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: July 11, 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
notis - AKR0019
lccn - sn 96027112
System ID: UF00079908:00198
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-Look for W. W. Luce'a ad. page S. -Advertise your pineapple slips; 1 If BRATION IN TITUSVILLE. OFFICES.Up .

I And Topics of General Interest. -Dr. Jackson of Miami was a passenger you have any for sale. Special Sale, Monday, July '14th -
to this date the following candidates
on Monday's northbound train en Several:\ political articles are crowded at J. It. Walker t Co's. Another brawl and Niiorfaftil Oocinslon.I'nfnrtitnitt aro in the Hold for county offices, '

THE ADVOCATE route to Daytona. out of this issue for wane of space.A A line of Men's Shirts regular price Arnldant to llallooit.When and wo want to draw the attentlou of

$1.50 per annum, in advance. B3! ?"" We cannot guarantee to publish NEW LINE OF GENTLEMEN'S and good value CO cents; tills sale all goat Tltusvlllo'a -citizens make up the voters of Brevard to their announc&I I
#1.00 Biz months.h items that do not reach this office before BathlngSults received at KUODKS+: '*. 33 cents each. their aunts. to celebrate any special mente on our 4111 page I

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. noon on Thursdays. -Mr. G. F. Duren left for Fort Pierce Another lino of $1.00 Shirts, we are event In a befitting manner, they pi' at FOIl KAIt.ROAl COMMISMOXKB.R. ,iI'

When you subscribe for the ADVO- Sheriff Jos. P. Brown left here on yesterday.Mr. closing. out at 08 Cents It In a way which commands su I'MK, Hudson fitter Little Itlver '
i GATE by the year It does not cost you Monday for Cocoa with the bailol Shops In broken sizes, makes and and the celebration of the above ansplo- ,
[ three cents per week postage Included. boxes, returning next day. T. Grotjan Ronald, of Lotus, styles, closing out at 8lfr: cents off mark inns occasjon at this place on Friday hist, FOR TUB LKOIILATUIIK.

Note date of expiration printed upon has gone to Now York ed price. was no exception to I the .rulo. The various Wade II. Jouos, Tltusvllle.W. .
week. This -Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Ilardee and two The Militant, straight. front Corset places along Indian River were represented "
your paper or wrapper every -Supt.- of Public Instruction R. E. Ii. McFarland, '
daughters; passed through Titusvllle, regular: price $1.00( for 71) cents and old who .
1 is a receipt for your money. No need Mime, was a caller at this office on Tues by both young ,
for us to send receipt for subscription. Wednesday en route to New York. day. Fruit of the Loom, IJ: yards for $1.00.( cnnio by train steam and sailboat to participate TAX AHftKRHOIl. j
Ladies' Underwear" full line; 23 percent In and enjoVThe ninny pleasure R. B. Stewart, Hrnntloy.
1 The date gives it to you. -Mr. P. A. McMillan one of the candidates
] TUB EAST COAST ADVOCATE: I Is on for tax collector paid his respects -Mr. J. F. Wooten, tax assessor for olT regular, price at this sale.Child' and other arrangements that had been J. F. Wuoton Cocoa.
Brevard county was in town a couplo of Holler-top Desk complete, provided for their amusemnot and com
five to on
[ sale the following news-stands, at TAX COM.KCTOII.
at days. or so this week. nicely finished lock; and key worth fort. In Ill!'tho crowd waa estimated at
cents per copy : 'V. C. ILiwllnson" of Ankona, 94.ro, for 1:1,0'4.'rhl'l'oplll'o: fully 2,1 M)0.Tltiisvlllo) K.: W. Hall, Tltunvlllo.:
Tltusvllle-B. R. Wilson & Son. intends leaving next week, for the north -Mr. W. R. Hanlep, of Jensen train was his a suite consisting of Iron : was gaily decorated with 1'. A. McMillan, Eau Oallle.

Jacksonville-Duval hotel. to spend the balance. of the summer. passenger on yesterdays on Bed, Chevallo Dressur and clotted Washstand flags bunting. and other uppropilitto display
Jacksonville. TIinASlTIIBH.!:
stand Union depot to COUNTY
News way well worth $31.Oo this sale only
Col. L. of Merrltt has ; *, and wore an unusually patriotic '
Thuritby goneon County' Commissioner J. R. Mlor, of $25.K( ) f. o. h., Titusville. aspect\ partlciihuly so In the bimlnetmportion John Henry Tltusvllle.
visit bin Miss Emma I
to sister '
a Indianola the pleasant callers An O.ik Center Table for 81)) rents. and John H, Wynn Fort Pierce. '
mr: Reading notice ads. are ten cents Thursby, the celebrated singer, of Ura- was among: where the Stars Stripesfloated
per line on this page. mercy Park, New York.M. at this otllce yesterday.Mr. Mail orders are solicited; satisfaction proudly from the buildings. and I'HOHKCUTINl ATTORNEY i
Wade II. Jones left hero Wednesday guaranteed. various flagpoles. The ADVOCATE hair hi.IIIIt K. J. Webb, TUiuvlllo.O. i
Judge; M. S. Jones paid Jacksonvillea Gallle We load the leaders.
J. T. Snell of Eau a candidate was gully decorated for tile occasion, "
attend the at Lake. A.
to picnic
week. ,
visit the first of the for county commissioner for the Yours to nerve,

BIT* Filter tubes are now for sale at 3rd district was among the pleasant Washington, which took ph"oyelltel'dllY. J. if. WALK Kit: A CO ALONG TIIU MIDWAY PIHIIAND OAMK WARDEN

this office price 2ctllj: ; postage extra. callers at this office last Saturday. -Miss Lllla Sunders, one of Cocoa's TUiitillle, Kla. The Danish Tent warn under the management It. A. llnnloo, Sebastian
ladies! arrived In town of Mesdanuis Scrlrtigeour and
popular young
-Mr. Geo. F. Ensey of Tropic spent Messrs. J. F. Bell, J. C. Jones R. A. yesterday, on a visit to Miss Bosnle hall Cnrruthors, assisted by Idles Hankie COUNTY COMMISNIOMKIIft.I ::
of the week. Conkllng and J. It. Miot, were In town FORT PIERCE ON A BOOM.
a few days in town the first Stewart Hero lemonade, Iced tea and John R. Walker, Tltusvllle.
this week attending; to their duties as Brevard County Commissioners adjourned sold. J.V.. untie "
Lucle's cake were Mr. got ((. F. Duren,
of St.
-Mr. James Paine one members of Brevard Board County Commissioners \ yesterday at noon. Their re- remained the ''ring the lucky slice, of cake India 00111.
residents was in town the For several years Fort Pierce j gold J.I It. Mlot
first prominent of the week. port'will be published In our next Issue at a stand still, and had the' appearanceof being No. 11. Attached to this. tent was R. A. Conkllng, Tillman.

-Mlsslrwinna Gaulden, of DeLand, -Tax Collector E. 'V. Hall attendedthe a deserted vllh'lCe.'I' the past two the Archery Gallery where .several valuable J. '1'. Snell Eau Onllle.. t
-Mr. E. A. Holt, 'Wabasso' well after spending a few days with Mrs. II. picnic at Lake Washington, yester years there bus been a constant change. prizes went won by those making John C!. Jane, Quay. '
known merchant wag among the recent Reynolds, has returned home. Miss day. going on for the better and now" Fort /good shots. Rufim Robblns George H. I. Klopp Fort Pieroe.J. .

pleasant callers at this office.IIANCOcK'S Irwlnna's many friends were pleased to Mr. Fred A. Morgan f has to Fierce Is one of the flourishing towns on Walker and Ralph hails wore In charge F. !Hell, Whit City. "
her In Titusvllle. goue the East Coast. The building enterprisesfor Misses Jeannette \
SULPHUR cures see In the fish pond tent the
Miami for a while stopping off at Fort ,Hciioor. nOAlU1 orncicH FOI 2m' Dls'T.E. ..
and skin diseases. For sale byJ. the past year amount to many thousand Wilson, Annie Jones, Willie May
all blood Gresham and Mr. Jos. route.
-Prof. James Pierce a day or so en Hall
B.Screven, druggist Tltusville, Flo.Messrs. O. of Brooklyn N. Y. were of dollars. The Melbourne "State (llould Anna Mathews and I Mabel+ Schuy-; Vesoy Ueorglanik, \
Quinn ,
-No need to return receipt for paid Bank hall been. removed to Fort Pierce, ler were busy furnishing! the best kind of
J. M. Sanders, of Cocoa; E. among Monday's southbound passengerson subscription, as credit Is given on the a handsome banking house erected, with "port"' to the disciple of Sir: lasaak
said It
B. Arnold, of Malabar; and J. M. Minor, their way cool when to Miami. They New York namo-aod-dato slip, pasted upon your large, vaults and pleasant office rooms. Walton. BREVARD DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE -

of Tillman, were In town on Monday city was quite they left paper or wrapper every week. The fishing Industry at this point gives In the Mexican tent Mr. nnd Mrs. J, COMMITTEE.

-Mr. )r. S. Jones, jr., of Quay, came -Miss Mabel Schujler, of Jensen the employment to several hundred men, A. Collins aud Miss Maggie Collins. dispensed -
up to town, \Monday, for the purpose of -Friendship Chapter No. 11, Order of daughter of \Cashier Clues S. bchuyler whoso wages; amount to several thousand hot to nags, Chill con cArne and
accompanying hip wife and little boy Eastern Star will hold a meeting In their of Jensen, spent several days. In town dollars per year. Messrs. Fee A other; delicacies for which Mexico la Justly Notice I Is hereby given to all inspectors .
I home. chapter-room next Tuesday evening at the end of last week the guest of Capt. Stuart, of Melbourne have established famous.In and clerks of the Primary election that
o'clock. full attendance lot requested a first clans hardware store and are dolug
: A It has to our knowledge that a
I, -Miss Annabella Williams of Oak and Mis. C. F. FlMclier. fine buslne Thoronio several the Otpsy tent Mrs. W. II. Mo Far- come
there will be some Important a "s.
number of newly registered
'III11 after! a pleasant vlllit ">f A week or hind and MJMS Dell.enre told foi'tunes for
business.Mr.", -Brevard County /School Board had genets...! IMI-I clmndlHO establishment. and who piihl their poll tax prior to the 4th
BO with Mrs L. C Brannlng, returned IU uncial monthly meeting In Titusvllle larife stocks. are cailiud! by tii'tlily all of the many outliers at their door producing llioi boon listed
T. PI.Stndersnneot Indlnnola'swellknown of future bus lay of July (): have not on
home on Tuesday.Mr -
this week. A list of the teachers appointed thenv. Kurt Pierce fast coming to the thus registration list sent out In the ballot
arrived in
oiauirn growers blind or wife by mental photography, /asMis.
of a for the coming season will be front ns a commercial center and her ,
II. Enterprise ,
O. Voss town Monday and left, next day, for Mau explains... !IDXOS to every precinct; we therefore
former resident of Titusvllle, returned! and other found In another column. citizens ate a live, progressive and up- \live notice that the Inspectors will see
Asheville -
Hendersonvllle resorts '. and bonn tent under
The puzzle:
to-date people. -The Ilomeseeker.Mr. grab-bag
borne on Sunday afterspendingacouple .hat all applying to vote have
North Carolina, where he expects CALL AT F. M. TAYLOR'S 1'1101'0graphic the management of 1\11I'He" Xnndle. ,persons
of In town. ------ registered,( themselves.
days or so while. Titusvllle and been either by or
for see
to stay a Gallery, Stewart' Aleph Mime and Mabel Reynolds -
-Quite a large number of down-river bin samples of Photogtaphs, Picture J. G. Bust ban rented his housein created a little Internst appear registered on the poll list' sent,
the ADVOCATE office a visit -Mrs. "Lucky" Wilson a popular Frames. Enlargements and Mouldings. South Titusvllle.Mr. and that It will be unlawful for any person
paid I
people guest of the Indian River hotel, Titus- The ice cream tent wa thoroughly on- to vole who has" not paid his poll
I on the 4th and 5th, and we appreciate showered vllle, and a bride ot no distant date, Always something new. W. C. lUwllnson, of Ankona, toyed by all Here the most dollclou lax on or before the 4th day of July 11)02.) )

the many compliments they claims the championship this week for -:Mr. R. P. Paddisou, jr., who has arrived In town yesterday, ice cream and cako was served by Mrs.F. Wo would also suggest' to the
: upon the pink paper.CLYDE Hah for she bait. hauled In after his brother's lumber Mrs. L. A. and poll
catching, been looking JUST RKCEIVED' : A NEW LOT OK A. Moigun, Brady reglstere voter that they take their
Hound Trip Ticket cavalll, shark and catfish from at Fort Pierce for some time past, Mist Biady.
and Mallory \ trout yard Iadle.Shoea/ at HOOKS': Josephine tax receipt to the poll with them 00pllrnlry
for sale, meals and berth included. the hotel wharf. Ss expected In Titusvllle, today, to take The County Cuadidntee'tentwas, visited [ election day,
Cheap. ADVOCATK office Titusville. -About sixty were prf'8ent'at the banquet charge of hut" East Coast Lumber Co.'s -Miss Aloph Minis left here, ;Monday, by many. The i nly qualification for Notice I I..* also given" that the Inspector
yard at this place. for several weeks'visit. with friends In nod clef k.. chose of their number to
Colonel \V, R. Anno Miami's well- of the Collinsvllle High School voting wit the possession of 0 cents-U one
known follower of RIackstone. spent a Alumni Association on Tuesday even- -Mr. F. T, Budge of Miami, joinedhis Charleston, S.: C. made no dllTerenuo whether you were a lake chance of the ballot boxes, poll )list.

day ortwo In town the end of last week Ing. Among those present who made wife and family at this place, Tuesday -Mr. T. J. DoSteuben) of "',.-'Va, man, woman or child or whether you and oortllled rotuin and to deliver the
arguing,: n law cane before Judge Jones. speeches were former Principal George and on Wednesday Mr. and Mrs who bas been In town several, days left wanted to vote once or twenty times, same Into tlio hand. of the county clerkon
The genial Colonel I..* always a welcome Kline and Wm. M. Brown, of Tltusville; liu.3g0 left for the north, leaving their for homo yesterday Just so you paid ." cents for each vote. or before noon on Monday, the :HI it
visitor to Tltusville. Fla.-New Hartford Tl ibune. children In the care of Captain and Mrs. Tbe result. was nil follows. : day of July 'l'he Executive committee
James Pritchard until their return to Titusvllle. -Mr. Wun. H. McFarland was among For Representative: W, H. Jonus, 201 I; will bear nil reasonable vxpeime connected
\ Married, on Monday evening, at the -Mrs. Julius Kline and daughter, those who attended the plculu at Lake W. 11. McFarland Iftl. with till* service,
home of Mrs. Nancy Hold. Mr. J. T. Leone and Miss Jeannette Wilson, left Washington, yesterdayl'inonpplesarepassing. Prosecuting/ Altornt' : (A A. Frost And notice I III further \given to such

Padgett to Miss Laura M. Revels The here, Monday, for Jacksonville where -The Town Election for changing the through Tl- 10H; D. L.dauMen. I HIs' ; F, J. Webb, t Ul.> member of the Executive Committee
nuptial knot was tied by Attorney F. J. they boarded a Clyde steamer for New name of Titusvllle to that of Indian tusvlllo l fry the train loud, every day go- Fur County Treasurer John Henry who are not dliquallflnd, to meet at the '
Webb, aud the happy pair received York, where Mrs. Kline and daughter Indian River City, will take place next lug to the northern markets.Messrs. XH; John II. Wynn, 174. court house In 'lltusvllloon Monday, the
hearty congratulations their many will remain for a few months. Miss Tuesday. Thd polls. 111'11I1 bo open in the (For Tax Collector E: W. Hall, 231 ; P. 2lt day of July 1IMU, at 2 o'clock p, m.,
lends. Jeannette has gone to Derby, Conn., on law office of G. A. Frost In the brick D. L. Gaulden, W. II. Mo- A. McMillan, 111. for the purpose of canvassing. the returnsof

-The Faculty of the University Co'-! a visit to her brothers. building opposite County Clerk A. A. Farland, and A. D. Penney left here For Tax Assessor J. F. Wooten 1 child Stew art's office Wednesday for down-river points-some "Stewart Ml.: L. HUMIII.KTT; ,
loge of Medicine of Richmond, Va., emphasizes -The young of Mr. and Mrs. II. R. li. ,
Its teaching methods even move B. Saunders of West Palm Beach referred -Mr! I. I). Hlscock, of West Palmleach say on politics bent. For County COIIIDlII..loner.1at, District: K. Valley HALF., Chairman.;

than its unusually complete equipment< ; to In last week's ADVOCATE, only ( has been spending several days -Mr. and Mrs. J, A. McDonald and John R. Walker 1IMI;; G. F. Duren 1l.: Secretary
and the high standard of its courses of lived two days after Its birth having with her sister, Mrs. II. B. Saunders, at Miss\ Kitty McDonald, of Miami have returned For County Commissioner Drd Dlst.: S
instruction is recognized thiot.ghout the died at the Indian River hotel, Titus the Indian River hotel. Mrs. Hlscock from n delightful trip to New R. A. Conkllng. 11)1) ; J. T. Snell IIH.' '
United States. See ad. on 8th! page. vllle on Friday afternoon last. The I'e- who was accompanied by liar daughter, York and NOVA Scotia For County lomndssioner: 4th Dlst.) AMONG THE HOTELS.
name. were taken toVeat I'alm (Beach Ruth, and nephew, John F. Weihe, returned John C. Jones, 211 ; H. I. Klopp, MO.
Estelle Weldman und little son -Mr.( and ).fr.. Wlnslow. litubee, of ) 221 1ltuavllteP
-1\Irs. for Mr. Saunders. home Wednesday, leaving the For Game Warden:T.A. Hoblnson : ;
interment by on Where tn In See 11-
also Miss Annie Leonardy, of Lotus, ale now In New York city and stop
James; latter in Tltusvllla to attend to bill E.J. Hum merlin, VI; It. A. llmdee,112:
the of = J. O. Walton of Titusvllle, the AiivocArR follows. They they tusvllle hotel ad oo our 7th pag.
New Augustine, who were guests Capt. mother who Is Improving In health.A say Executive: Coinniltieoman at large: 11.
Mrs. J. A. Collins, of this place, for several who has been making his. headquarters. had. delightful trip. R. Wl11.011, im: ; J. "*. Suowdun 112.Kiei5iitlve : Where to stop along the East Coast.
days have returned home, Miss at Hotel Cecil Boston, during. the pant NEW LINE OF NEGLIGEE SHIRTS -Mr. Ely Spencer a former resident < !'i,mmltt emen, lot Hid : F. See list of hotel on page 7.

Leonardy visiting her uncle at Osteen two; or three weeks, has been right royally Just received at if KIIQDK. of Titusvllle, but now of Jacksonville, A. Morgan, J KH( 10. J.. Brady ai.lj; ; W. It. The AIJVOCATK I I. now on file at all
for a while, en route to the Ancient entertained by Messrs. Arthur T. Sanders 44 J. N. Wallsr.ZKJ.:
arrived at the Indian River hotel, yester ; the belt hotel tn New York city.
Harris and Fisher Ames formerly connected .
City. Gardner* Flyer. day. lie will ..fordown-river point. Tills tent wa In charge of Nice Kate
Nothing like advertising In the pink with the McFarland Fruit Protection to,d.iy. Stewart Mr*. A. Ilrady, 1\fla. F.. K.: Itol- -Visitor* to Havana, Cuba will find
>"per,1f you want to da a good buslness. Co., of this place. Mr. Harris line and Dr. J. M. Dlxon. the AnvofJATic: on file every week at the
J We often letters of praise from advertisers and party of twelve lends recently returned Gasoline and I Blue Flame Stoves. Amoi lean Club.
to the value of the ADVOCATE from a tour over the CanadianPacific New brown dress. linen, , 2.1: ctll..I.r Wagon for Hnle. TUB nAaaoALL. OAMB.: ':
advertising as medium. Here U another Railway, starting from Montreal () Express wagons; large, tl.23. The Kitnio of baseball between Cocoa Mr. 'I'. W McCrenry, manager of the .
as an in of the palallal private Corsets Hi) and .Tltusvllle. ulte Interesting and palatial Hotel Victory l'ut-lnDa1. 0.,
Fla. 8th one company's Ventilating (summer) cts. walt r'' ,
"Ormond July
letter have hand stock of 2-
to ad. in the cars. Mr. Harris and party had a delightful Opaque cloth window shades. 25 cts.Crepe I now on a large wo won by Tl tusvllle." Score : 8 to 6 I.tttKK I. ha made his hotel the most famous con J
1902. Dear Sir, owing my inch tire and iMncli one-horse
wagons ventlon place in the UDlt.tl8tatlll. One
Canada. Mr. Ames
trip through tissue roll 5 cts.
have all the customersI paper '
ADvoCATE I now editors of the YDuth'sCompanlonone that can be delivered at once. : LUNCH. of the first meeting of Importance for ,
Is of the
with fresh butter. I could now one C. A. GAltnsKK: Titusvllle, "la. R. E. Meta JH.
can supply of the largest weekly Tlie free lunch room wa open from 11 thl season wa the filth annual convention
' now sell all I could make from 00 cows. papers of Its kind In the world. It uses Tltusvtlle Fix a. m, to :a.W: p. m., during which time of the Htai Teiiober Association, a
' Yours truly E W. Amsden. fifty tons of paper measuring 350 miles "1'liieapple Grower: liver OO lunches were served. This l wan In which recently took plant at this resort.

i In length, at every Issue. #i:",.OO Jteward. charge of Mr. R. W. Rhode. assisted by Upon this occasion, Manager McCrenry
Horse For Sale. We can supply you with Pineapple Capt. A. W. Bule and Mesdame. James quite pleased" the teacher by providing .'
Wrapping Paper In any quantity Write Prlteharrt H. \V. Rhode. A. W. Dule.A an Illustrative bill of far, which wa
J Large 5-year old horse for sale, good Flab Wanted. us for prices G, E. Coos' I2VOO reward will Le paid by the K. Wilson, Emma Reid, J, I'. Brown appropriate to the occasion. The ADVOCATE
worker fine driver; !gentle.W. tf Jensen, Fla. undersigned for Informa.lon leading to L. C. Brnnnlnif, C. L. Wright A. J). Pen- acknowledge receipt of one of

K. IlAltDBK, Wanted, any part of one hundred tons tbe arrest and conviction of the person uey I'. J, Hall, John Myer, and, other those unique bill of fare.
Jensen Fla. or who shot through the Bathhouse ,
tf persons -
wet, or dry fish for fertilizer purposes. Dog Tax Notice. at the Edfln Pavilion the (Bench TUB: arson' .! IH>RT*.

Address stating price, etc., 2t C. A. Roui Il'rJtIJf' Font Race, first prize 11.00, won by
Empty Sugar and Illce Barrels. M. 1 S. HAIU.KM Merrttt Fla. Notice I I. hereby given that no dog Fee Hopkins. ; second prize r.octs., won CHURCH NOTICES.

3t; will be permitted to run at large In the \ bv Tom DeCourcey. -

For sale) Address Town of Titusvllle, unless such dog Notice Sack Race prize f 1.00, won br ,Marcus
WALTCA: A. MOOR, :Notice. wears a tag or plate. All dogs. found on Gould. Service at the Baptist. church Tltuvllltf *- .

8 George St., Charleston S. C. the streets without a proper license tag The East Coast Lumber and Supply Three lagged Race prize $1.00 won Sunday next,*morning and evening

;, We have disposed of our Interests In will be caught by tbe Marshal and Im- Co., succeeding to the business of the by Herbert Vanlandlngiiam and Charlie Rev. J. U. Block officiating

I A Hand Pump For Sale. the yard at Tltosville Eau Gallle and prisoned; but the owner of said dog will Bond )Lumber Co., at Titusvllle; O. 7. Walker. Archdeacon II. F. Brown will hold Divine -
i Fort Pierce to the East Coast Lumber be entitled to possession of same upon Pad llM>n, at Eau Gallla; and the Fort Cracker Eating Contest, prize $1.00, service at St. Gabriel'. church, Tl-

i There'I is a fine 8.Inch Pumping Dredgeon and Supply Company. We thank tbe payment of BI.. Pierce LumberCo.at Fort Pierce, will won by Marcus iould. tuifllle, Sunday next, the 13th Instant
Lake Worth that can be bought public for their generous support In the All dogs not claimed wlthlng 21' hours be ready for business on July 1st. Potato Race prize 1.00, won by Jesse morning and evening.
" northern and trust they will continue their after capture will be killed. Address. all order and correspondenceto Tucker. '
gentle past
, cheap.. The owner-a Vinlfoute will bold service Inlookledge
office tbe at
be obtained of
by general
paying the
man-had it built to fill In some lake favors to our successor. Dog tags may company TIn: BOAT BACK.:
G. F. PADDI.. OX, Ean Oallie. Town Clerk O. A. Frost $L23 for each Eau Gallie. Your order are solicited chapel next Sunday at II a.
further for Ik.
and baa use> contellte.1from I
t property DO BOND LUMBER Co Titusvllle. tag. and will receive prompt attention. The fish boat race was hotly M.; alltO, In the Tltusvllle I'revbvfertanchurch :
For particulars addressC. FoaT Teaser: Lv>HSaa Co., H. E. Ml MS, Till gUT COAST LCMDBHA start to finish. The wind Way mod at 7:3l: p. m. The Tltusvlllu Sunday
N. :XEWCOCBT: continued 8th School will meet ae 3 art: m.
.I 4t JUvlera Fla. Fort Pierce. Town Marshal. SO MfPPLY: Co. ( on page.) p.


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t'I".'\ i''' stripped: the c-iuminrultr: In the flight and quickly repumwl' the Drat onslaught BREVARD DEMOCRATIC EX Order for Publication. GENERAL DIRECTORY.

I" but Stonewall was In a fight
I over the bridge and a Confederate gun
\ for life. lie summoned the two brigades ECUTIVE.COMMITTEE.. .
1// \ was In position near Jackson: also a I CIRCUIT bURT OF TUB: SEVENTH: U. 8. LANlJ OFFICE.

regiment of the Stonewall brigade was left In front of Fremont orderedthe IN Judicial Circuit of Florida In and far lira H. S. (Chubb.. .'..Reirlm.r,
coming up at double quick to save the bridge: at Port Republic destroyedto The working committee the Brevard yard County In Cbancery.Nora8t W. U. ItoblnsoD..taoeivur

bridge. A .few shots from the gun silenced keep Fremont out of the game and County Democratic Executive Committee nford Welll and" Offices at Gainesville, Florida. '
umiue5j1 met at the office of the Chairman in William T.'ellll, herhushand I .
all his U. S. SENATORS.J.
put strength against Shields. I
the hostile piece and the Virginians ,
dtlHlI..d'o'er The timely re-enforcements from beyond Cocoa, on the 25th; of June, liKte) and V8 V Order for Publication. P. Tallaferro..... .... ... .. Jackson\mr
_ anS1N5S' with a. shout prepared the following ticket: Daniel McConvlI'e. and I S.H.Mallory. 1'eimaml. :,
sending Shields' men back beyond the the river saved the day for Jack. hut wife Emma. U. MoConvllle. '
: ford. son. for the moment his OW" Virginians For U. S. Senator. J I,. B. CONGRESSMEN.:!

. ,, 111 WIJ4 Vote for one. To Daniel McCnnvllleaud Emma H. Muronvllle Robert W. Davis. ..
The sound of the artillery duel at the were forced back In confusion S. M. Bparkman. .
STEPHEN B. 1>I LJ.oRY. No. IK21 "K" Street. N W. WanhlnntoD, l>. C. Tauipa.
bridge woke up Fremont who Instant Shields' men changed their tactics and Wheraaaathdavizha.beenflhst. In the above FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.

r k kI Iy surmised that Shields had control of rushed forward In a countercharge. For Congressman 2nd District cause are. y each the over attorney enty-one for till complainants war of age that and E. :N. Dlmlck, Palm Reach.... .., .. .,.Senator
7 the bridge In Jackson's rear. He open This was the crisis of the battle. vote, foa one. reHlde without the Stale of Florida. and at the K. B. Raulerson Fort fierce.. .Representative.

I- I ed the ball with a vigorous attack. Intending Stonewall rallied his men In person at UOBT. W. DAVIS.For address Now therefore.above iciven; It m.QIC.ordered, that/ yon appearto I| EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.:

; i Ott.& to cut his way through Jack the center and at the sniae time! tile the bill of complaint, tiled in till cause. at the Wm. S. .Governor

. 'I -J1M o. son's lines and open the for fresh. troops attacked Shields on each Justice of the Supreme Court. clerk's office of tills. court at Tltimvtlle Florida. H. Clay;! Crawford ... ... .. .Secretary of State.
way on tne 4th day of AiiffUKt A. 1). ""12. James 11.) Whltfleld.Treasurer.
Vote for one. This order will published. the EAHT COAST Win. 1$ Lamar........... Attomey-CJeneral
, I W TM. A. ROCKER ADVOCATE:, published at tTitisviIle, Floridaonoea W. N. Sheets. .. ... ...Bupt. Pulillo Instruction
JOS. B. WALL. ...ek for lour consecutive woekn. And copies I B. E. MrLin..Coiiimlssioiier A grloultiiroAlonisoC. .
- d ; will be mailed to each of the. ilulendunts at the ("' ,.Comptroller
above a4ldress and M ooiy" poMted at the Court J. Clurord R. .Footer. .... ...Adjutant- 1eneral
- Ud? ( QWMu* W.. & # For Secretary of State. ItoiiHe duor of the county .within twenty dr.ys John Bradford. .. .... .... ...Survejor-deneral.
- ,, : wt-- Vote for one: from the inaklnir hereof. K.R. State Chemist
f CLAY lK>oe and ordorech, at the Clerk's CXtlce at Titus. Otllces at Tallahassee, Florida..
:r villa, Vlurlda. this 18th day or June A. U. 1UU2.

: oooooooo For Comptroller. Clerk I Circuit Court of Bravard County. Mabry. Justice.
I':4 ;..jIII. / Vote for one: Hy O. A. Stewart, Deputy Clerk. F. ". Carter...... ... ..AuoolateJllatlce.
C CROO OKO.: (. ROBHI.NH.' is. F. Taylor........ >.
/ / Solicitor for Complainant. llj
: STONEWALL H. E. Day (chairman. ...... .. .. .....Gainesville
For Railroad Commissioner. Notice.'IS J. L. Atorgan... ... .. ...... .. ... ...Iiisper
/ I Vote for two / j. )I. liryan.. . .. .. .. .. .. .. Kisslniuica,
: .. .... .. .
John L. Neeley jr.. cl..rk, Arcadia!
i\i\ : s /ji JEFFERSON. BROWNE. ', : TilE :MATTER OF THE ESTATE OP Headquarters and ollices at Tallahassee, Hu

IN A TRAP ? ; _1j R. HUDSON: rtlTUR. Martha C. Callanan luceuHuil. CIRCUIT COURT.
To the creditors helm,legatees,distributees and Minor S.Jones. ,Titusville. ... .Circuit Judge.
JOHN O. WARD. all other persons liitvruuted In said estate I J. I). lleggs. Orlando. ..1'roHecutlnfr Attorney
O G 000000 : J. N. WIIITNER.For You are hereby notified that James. Callananand Spring Term-Fourth Monday in April.
I / C. 1*. Holmes, executors of naid extate have Fall ferm-Fourth Monday la November.
''Ifti tiled their In this court that an
: petition praylnir
; "" Representative In the General: As order he mode authorizing them to .sell at Private BREVARD COXJMTT C<'UIlT.A. .

Copyright, J902, by a.- Kllmer.l (: cC sembly. sale for cash the following dorcrlbed lands D.l'enn8y..... ..... .... .. .....County Judge
i .,situated, Brevard ronntv. State of Florida, ,
things looked tiKtlie Federal James E. Andrews Prosecuting Attorney
,, Vote for one : to-wlti TIe South K of the Southwest U ot election A. A. County Clur: .
p : As generals i on the outside ot the 0. Townnhlp. M, South of J r'r010f' ; Spring Term-Second Monday In May.
;; BuerMiiidonh valley the 20th! : ; WADE H. JONES. Also, Lot is. lx>tM,;Lot Ib : : J. Summer, Term-Second Monday In August
r.I W. II. :McFAULAND. F. Wnnten'- Hiih-divlHloii. of Month of south Fall Term-Second Monday IDNov."er.Winter .
ot ,
May 1SU( Stonewall Jnekon and North of Lot .
20 acres of Lot 2, 3(1 acres Term- Second Monday In February.
I was at lust In a trap. lie Imd : 3 In !Section 1, Township. 36, South of Range;
chased Itiinks' :i : : For Tax Assessor. 40 East lu Krevard county Florida' ac'or.llnll: COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.R. .

army from Stn'Hbnrg I to plat .... file In the office of Clerk of Circuit E. Mlms, Superintendent. ... ..BonaventureMembers .
cross the Potomac Into Maryland, but Vote for one : Court of .said county and miuie.'i Stale for the purpose i J. M. Dlxon ,rbalrman Titimville;
of the in the will of
T ., In doing so bud wandered 100 miles! J. 1""i. WOOTEN. Martha paying. Callanan legacies: and praying that loo. 111. R. :N. Andrews, Cocoa; C. P. I'latts, tort Pierce.

I'': from bla bune and r Robbins, Ka be appointed cominftfuloner to
a storm was gntherlntr 1C. B. HTKWAKT.' <"> > COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
1 1 14' ; make deed or deed to the parties to whom
I ; with Its center tnilva _
r' fifty In his
4 j executors might make sales 1 or Bald )lands. In J. R. Walker chairman Tltiisvllln; John R.
'" rear. 11c4 : / ..- For Tax Collector. full conformity with the Bt&tutes in such case Mint Indliinola j It. A. i'onkllmf, Tlllman, ; John:
\ ..1 1,1' made and provided. C. Jones, J. Frank lI..n. White
Su rapid and BO sudden hnd Stone- -. Woodley; City.
i Vote for one : You and mob of you are bernliy. : notified that Heitular sessions are held lint Monday\ la each.
1 I' n !fwnll rained bll blows! ;i' :. I .
upon Dunks j unless objection be made In writing; by you In mouth. ,

I from SIny 22 tt> MIIY 2U that the Federul ( \ .. E. W. hALT. my office at Tltuavllle. Florida before 14th day BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.
: t ; tli \ P. A. MCMILLAN.For I of July lli".l) the .r..rr'feolo, petition will be
t. "I autliorltlon \Yushliiffton!! gave granted I sale. of said A. I>. Penney, Titimvlllo; .. County Jtldcu.
no thought! L2.! sending! !relief to the re- lands and appointment of commissioner as Jas. E. An"w.. TltiiHvllle;I. .. Pros Att'y! .
Treasurer. for In said
County prayed: petition. A. A. Stewart. Titusuille..County Clerk.J. .
I ': troatfii dii. But the moment they hone aud ordered thin Gl h diy of June 1902.! F. Woolen Cocoa. .. .. .. ... .Tax Assessor.
'{ ;1' learned that Jackfion, hnd actually followed Vote for one : A. U. fKNSKY.' -; County: Juilite E. W. Mull. Tltiisville .. . ,Tax rolleotor.
I Fzercisiiig Froliate Jurisdiction.Proposed F. H. o 'e.'rltll"vllle... .... .. .. ... .Treasurer,
I '\ bi up to the LmnKs: of the Potomac iK .TOIIN HENRY. R. };. B lie, Honaventure. Rnpt. Pub. lust.J. .
1\1 r'" a trap was liujHtlly tmtchod up' to !snoreJL5g.JI'str JOHN :II. WYNN l>. Fries, Tl nsville. County Surveyor,
': \ Ohnng'o of Name of the :.r. p. Brown, Titusville I :: ::::: :. .. .. Hhortlt.
: !:!' (: of nirMterjr and! strategy %, T.J. Cock "lItt. LaGrauge..Rep IHtratlou OMIcer.
i 1\1\ IIe-i musf lie hugJf'( ( AWN' ;; Trgnj lioniu. For Prosecuting; Attorney.Vote Town -TUusvJlle..
_ _
??, To thl"J\ cad General :\MfDownll\ who 1 for one : -
J. JI(. Dlxon mayor: R. K. Mmls.'jr., insrshal
i ::: bad 40.00O men ebof {the F.hle ufdfc'e TOESVALL't PltilTl' AT TIlE BRIDGE IN. PORT ESOLVEDa FIRST. THAT THE NAME OF
UKPUBMC.Shlelda T) J OAULDKN. I and tax collector: W. 8. Hranninp.;, cleric and
,. It .
I' tr ':W"as ordered ,wida division Ihronith / -- this Town rritunvtlle) be changed; to INDIAN treasurer' ; John henry- tax PRoe..rl John H.
.. -- O. A. FROST. ... RiVER (HTV.? Walker, F. A. Morgan, n. F. [Duron a. O. Vanlandinicnain .
the gape ana get betweea! Jrtclttda aiultiH to unite with Ills own forces F. J. WEBB. Second. That the propriety of niich change at and J. L. (rarruthers, councilman,
:'M I lank. At 1 bflSw at BtaTTnlou: and at the mama but JtU'lcHim's be held the
men had the best of the ShlelJa' the Town at a pfrlnl election to on
j ;, time Fremont who was! In the moulttains poHltlon and quickly repulsed I reserve still a long march For Fish and Game Warden. lath day of u.uly lixu. TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TRADK.
re. and his advance division The following citizen are >iiolnteil to ron
t ,''II( t k$ west of the river won to swoop mont's attempt. While planning another away paralyzed Vote for one: : duct said election. : I.. A. Urndy al) /: clerk I C. F. O. M. Rofoblns, president; T. M. 1)lxon. tres,*..
ff I 113 down and unite With McDowell's by Stonewall's sudden! blow. Fischer 8.J, Norton and C. L>. C"..... Inspectors. urer, J. O. Hast secretary. ;Meets. smmnit Wednesday
and still
U'I more desperate' attack Fremont itud Shields were both ordered T. A. KOBINSON' night; in each month at their rooms.

f"" .qi troops. led by General James Shields Fremont was misled, by a dispatch to take the back track' and Jackson ED. SUMMEULIN.K. All persons registered; upon the Town books FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS.
of \
shall be entitled to vote irrespective )poll tax.
The date fixed] In consultation over from tlhll'lcJlI Into supposing( that the prepared fIlA>l command for the nest A. IIAKDEE. Tile form of the ballot' to be uautl at the eleo- Indian River Lodge, No. flu, holds its meetings:

I the wires by President Lincoln McDowell latter: had control of Port Republic. stage of the the defense of tlon shall\ be: the sncond and fourth Friday evening, of each
t great game For changing; the name of the Town to Indian,\ month! ut their lodge room near court honKe.at ,
For Commissioner
} [ F and Fremont, for the junction This placed Jacknon In tlle'loug hoped Illchmond. In ten days his whole : County Dist. River City. 7ao;! o'clock p. in. J. R. Walker W. M.;
I (or trap and be decided to wait until Against changing the name of the Town to Indian F. A. Morgan Soo'y
J"n t of the armies was May 31 and the army was In touch with that of Lee Vote for one : : :
; l lnce the for tilled from the morning of the Otli when Shield City. ORDER OF EASTERN STAR.FrlendHhlp .
I l) Strasburg, post!! north of Richmond. JOHN K. WALKER. Passed open session. of the Town Council

which Hanks had r(' I''ntedlay!\ :23.p ;:: would have his whole force ready on OEOROEJ L. KILMER. FRANK DUKEX. this, June 3rd, 1902..iotflt : Chapter, No. 11, holds Its meetings
Jackson knew of Jackson's rear. WAt.KKll.. Ch'r'n.n In the Masonic Lodge roin, Titimville, on the {.
nothing the
appoInt. F. Ht'KKN: .
nrst'fnusdav In each month a3:30o'clock: m. : ;.J
LI I f ment of Fremont and Shields at Htrns-:! Now Jackson had' a clmnre to try bin The Perfect Liver Medicine For County Commissioner 2nd! Dist. F. A. Mono AX, and the third Tuesday In each month at 7:30 \ '
1 I favorite theory. Two enemies J J. L. 'AltltUTMKim. oe.lockp.m. The f"lIowlnK..re. the officers. of I:
I burg May 31 ; but supposing that his confronted Mrn.M. A. Jiilley Noble, O. T. writes: Vote for one: Approved J :MARION I)ixo.s. Mavur.Attenti the .lodir i Mrs. O. M.ltohbins, worthy matron l 11
; t iii enemies would make! haute to bar his him. each his Inferior. They I "1 have lined Heibln for a number .o( I O. A FBosr Clerk. Dr.lt.i.. Wilson worthy patron' 1 Mrs. H. R. '

\ retrograde murcb up the valley, he pot were H"llll rated by an InipastmYrie' rlvor years and cnn clieetfully recommend It JOHN R. M1OT. treamrer Wilaun.asncl.te; "Mrx.| It.matron C. Hcrioiiteoiir; Mr., K. A. Morgan

his famous "foot 'cavalry" In motion and the bridge and tlit* ford which as the moist pel feet liver medicine, nod :Notice. 'Miss Kate Stewart' conductieHs; Mrs.serretary John A. I

toward Staunton. The advance guard alone could unite them were under his the greatest blood pin I Her. It In a m<-dIclnw Fur County Commissioner, :3rd Dist. HiiKhes; associate roniiuctreHs., Mrs. n. W. '
lila.I Adah ; Mrs. J. R. Wa her. Until ; Mrs. P. A.
\\II t of Fremont and Shields reached the own frunx. Two brigade! were" orderedto of poxltlve merit and fully "nccom- Vote: for onet :T'OTICE Is HKREIIY: OIVEN THAT IT IS .Morgan Esther: ; Mrs. J. I I. Curruthers, Martha; \

''\ .l.' valley plko near Strasburg. on the 318t. remain on the. heights In front of pushes .nil that. claImed for It. Ms- IX niv intent I.in 100"1'1.' to the lli>n.A. 1>. Mrs. T. T. Wetuore Marshal; Mlsa Zandle .
i 'I l/trla cannot find CONKLING..T. ( In slid for Stewart, Klncta.: .
a lodgment In the H.VS- It. A. I'ennev, 'onlll llruvard
Ji'I I Id only to flud that Stonewall had passed Fremont and hold the ground at all tem while the liver In In perfect order T. SNELL. County, .Flnrlila mi the lltn day of July iwtt tI
I south with his whole force.. In orderto hazards.. The rest of Jackson's army for an hortty to pal Mt private' flti e all the I U I
for of ; :
one its functions' to the
I prevent undivided i I Interest, of William i I A. ) minor
i I win the game Dome of Jackson's soldiers filed across the bridge and fonl and at absorption of fever poiHDOH. lie, hlne U For Coiiiity'Cori.tnlssloner. 4th Dint.' ; ci>Ud of Alfred. and .lulln .I..ce..ell.ln and TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.The I

marched thirty-six rall'-Jn, a day. daylight the inornUig: of June !9 fell upon most efficient liver regulator fillets at to that tract of land$ l)lnu In llrevard County
Vote for desrrilH d. followmfotiimunclng ?
: Fremont and Shield attached;'; StOIJII ('- Shields' outpOHts. Fortunately for B. R. Wilson & .Son's. one : Florida: and' at a point lIa eight ((5) chain southor following are the times of arrival

,fill I' wall's rear guard and tried to bold him Jackson the little affair It the bridge ;JOHN' (1. ..TONES.It. : the' post at the cenu-r of Section .ellV.two and departure of trains to and
had also misled Shields.' His! advance CLYDE STEAMSHIP LINE. I. KLOI'P. (y2>. Township 'hir y-iieveii ((37)), Houth of luinge! passenger
to battle but he fought them oft In all'Iff" forty one ((41)) Rust; and riiiiulng; tt ence ,South from TltuBville:
directions and puftlutl on to the! nextconvenient division had halted three! talks lielow twelve (12. cimins six ((8)) links to a stake; thence zoom amfxo.
a Port lit The Clyde ships sailing from Jacksonville For County Commissioner 5th Dist. "-lUIt founeen (14)) chains/ and thirty-six' (.to linkstoai.take
Republic a good I position to Leaves
TItnsville for _
point for a Junction of his / Miami and I _
I ; still continue to north full of ; thence North seventeen(I7> decreesami aal .
foes which! was New Market midwaybetween await attack. The remainder was still It Is evident Vote for one: arty ((5(1)( inlniiies west, twelve (12) chains Intermediate point at I
that this
','ji' a day's march ,paMHengern.' pop and .ixty-i.eveiiu7)( ) links toa slake hence Went NO""': "1I0Ulfl).
: Strasburg anti Staunton. Fre- away. lar line Is a great favotitewit.h the travel- J. F. BELL. ten (III) plmlns ami forty eIght (4H) link to the Leave Tltnsvllle for Jacksonville |

fooat and Shields had fixed upon a new Stonewall wan sure of victory over lag public for our home people have been point of.bcgluninb, and containing fifteen acres and Intermediate point at J J 1'49 p.m.

4 I plan. The Shenandoah rolled between Shield whom troojm he had encouutcrvd yearly patronizing the ClyHe Line and For Member County Board of Public In. of land. ADA MAY Tltuwllle for Sanford t.-OSa.m

their armies but farther up the valley .before niul rushed to the, attack seem thoroughly satisfied! with the ships, struction. 5t Ouardluu lor said Minor &rrlvei Tlrusvllle from Sanford 1:20 p.m i

f t t there were bridges across the main wltb reckless dash., Shields': men were service, stateroom nccnru modatlons etc. ij
Vote for one for each District:
r tributaries. North and! South rivers. i I.s favorably poxted for del'eime as'IICLSOIIPI The ClyileH are progiesiiive people and Notice for }-ubJlcatioli.D it t
lire constantly n'tidtlng i the convenience
tint 1st DUtilct.JOIIX.
$ own In front of FremontThat's
Shields was to cross South: river on abridge
t and comfoit i-f their imtronn. It Is certnlnly M. DIXON. A
Sample of one of the best farm
'II"( t at New Market I and: Fremont'. ii plen..nre to sail' || from Jacksonville I''U'r rKN'r "P' Till!: ItTallft I

jll)! ftona river on a uriuuo at i'ort Republic \ on nnn of theIr grand 81eR men and .20(1 DIt.tllnt Land 0111.e at Ua..e.vlll..I1I...,J ittas 16,1002.( papers published free, if you will send ,

and there the two forces would our liom Ipllpl.ln' selecting! their K. X. ANDREWS. Notice U hereby given that the followlng- ,
) \ route E. V. HALL named net tier has n eel n the f>f hm intention to your mime on a postal card, mentioning' .
1 unite to bend off JacLt on on his march I for annual trips north could t not travelIn makennal proof In support of his claim and
:!1 from Strasburg. greater comfort than by the CMde W. C. B HAD DOCK, Sr. that! said proof will be inude before Clerk. Circa this paper.
t met at'ntnnvllle, K.a., on .Inly 2Jnd. liHKi, viz:
!ft Jackson was too sudden for his foes Line. The rates are always conslderlozthe 3rd DI'trlrt. Oeorne; D. IlenniHrk of Titimville Kla.. Hd. THE PI.OWBOV Co.,

and passing New Market destroyed fact that they Include meals and J. E. FULTZ. 2S412.ror: the SSeetiou 2J,Township! South
stateroom berths, much than Range 34 East. Atlanta Ga.
;, cheaper by ,
the bridge ahead of Shields. Thevillage mil. A letter addressed by F. M. Ironmonger Ha names the following\ ; wl'neR.ell to prove his
of Port Uopublli: ; lies In the an1lh':l Fur Member of the County Executive continuous residence upon and cultivation of
jr., AIIR't ien'l Pattsenger Agent.JAcksonvllle said. land vlx i twine!: Uli-e, of Tltiuville. Fla.;
formed' by the Junction of North and \ FU., will' bring you full Committee. :N. W. Robinson of Tltnsvllln., 'I....; JpfTerson

South rivers the approach on Fre pnrllo Jlars. Chaa. 11. Walton U the 71- Vote, forone at large : (Cuyler of Minis, .'1....; S (' Warren, of Minis. rl -
Fla. W. G. ROUINKON, ,
mont's route being! a bridge over North tuavllle ngent. Tub. fee paid. Register

i river anti that on 8hl.-ld...'.route by a B. WILSON. ,
ford In South river. Jackson let the! Stolt! the Cough
mid works off the Cold. A Clienp Indian River Home. /
bridge stand on Fremont's road andleft
It Cure l.a'xatlve\ Dromo-julnlne Tablets cure a Vote for two for each District : Ji
the ford Intact ahead vt Shields.
cold In one day. No Cure, No Pay. This place consists, of 13o acres J;, 7ff7"t'V.
Jackson placed him army west of Puce :23ots.!) 1st. District. mile north of Fort I'ierce. Four acres

i North river on the heights between :.-. i F. A. -MOROAN.- -- -- are cleared and fenced, and there are

Fremont and the bridge and stationed Me ? A Flue; Home For Sale.A E. L. BUADY. 25, bearing pineapple plants on the

pickets on Shields' route. lie himself W. H. :SANDERS.J. : place. There: are 2-! acres ready to set -d/I/477 :-

remained In Port Republic. It was Saturday ths personal qtietitfoii a woman model southern borne in !South end N. WALLEU.2nd. in. orange trees and pineapples.' The ?;/ {

I night. June 7, and the pious ssVs herself when she read of the cures of Urevnrd county, on the Indian River DUtrlct.II. rt'IIIRlnlng I II i lwRl'rl'lIi U, good pineappleland

Stonewall wan not disposed to tempt of womanly diseases by the use of Dr.j'ierce'I In the center of the pineapple belt. Nice :WILLIAMS.. and a portion of it good for trees.It t tP m/ldro/ fttl4 /
!l"q a frontage/ Indian Uiver. The :
I'Vworite Prescription. 0-room dwelling and out-buildings. Ten W. II. SIIAKPE.
rl bis! to break the Sabbat! Ear. ;
enemy best Is /t'N/J61J
utiilding site on a high eleva- 10 & lT.
Why shouldn't it cure tier? acres In fruiting pineapples; 40 orange, 3rd. District. :
ly next morning however the scouts it Thousandsof lemon lime and tion overlooking the river the town,
Is a complicated cane? grapefruit tl'E'ell-mollt E. II. ARNOLD. -
brought word that Shields' cavalry was such cases have been cured by Favorite All have fruit on them. Henutlful yards R. O.. JlAJU>EE. and the Indian River Inlet. 'l'ht'rt'ls: & .

I' rushing on Port Republic and would Is It a condition and flower jtarllen.1iI be sold at a no house on the premises.. '" k /

4 1_ soon be between Jackson and Ills army. which PreM'rlr.tlon.. have declared, incurable bargain. For full particulars address : 4th. District. Fort Pierce I I. a division point on the
K II. RAULERSON. Florida Katt: Coast Railway and u placeof t'br/ure7 I
i Stonewall was then sauntering ? Among the hundreds of thousands "C. :
of sick cured the of Care ADVOCATE C. F. OLMSTEAD.5th. some importance., with good prospects -
about. accompanied by a few of his women by use Titusville Flo. District. .
for future development. Thereare --/11II'"
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription there
aids. his warhorse Little Sorrel!
1 being E. J. TRAYNOR.R. stores of all kindseveral
are a great who were pronounced churches!! ,
tunny A Iture
j out to pasture. Horses were quickly Chance. L. BROWN.
poatotHce. !
incurable by local doctors. Wonder telegraph otJIce etc.
.t, caught and saddled and the party This. place will make a tine home
have been worked Favorite Prescription and
by -
11 10-100) : KIDNEY DISEASESare
I\l'rl'8l11:0 feet frontage on In view of the fact that certain opinions
made for thu of '
bridge ot Jack-
a gallop. in the cure of irregularity capable being made quite a plantation. -
Indian and Banana rivers. GX( ) to 700 at, variance are held as to who Is
-f1 son sent his aids to the! front with Five hundred and
orders weakening drains, inflammation ulceration citrus orange grapefruit
trees about half coming Into njuallQed to vote In the coming primaryelection
a and dashed over the bridge under and female weakness. It always bearing/ oranges, tangerines ; we beg to call general attentionto trees.and 100,000pineapple plantscan
grapefruit be the fatal of all dis
placed It. Fine most
the tire of carbines (rom Shields'! troop helps. It almost always cures. kumqnats, 6 bearing mangoes! Section :2 of the primary election law, and on dsliing/ bnnt-;
*Three apto,0 writm. Mr. John Onihum, ing/ oystering In the immediate vicinity -
I' ycun 3 bearingavoeadoes 1 follows eases.
crs. Uniting on the! flmt commanding .000 bearing as :
of JolH IMiiinb turret. ) Pliilmlclphln, tort Pierce Is headquarters
M hill he turned to look lifter the fate of pa.. I liu
,1 thoeu behind. One piece of borne artillery left :'* with heart trouble.I ami alMO a very weak grapes, bananas, persimmons a nursery take part la the proceedings of any III Price sports gener" KIDNEY CUBE 1 is i
y. $1,600 which is
back. At Unit I wan> bail thuS I did not knowwhat of about 1,000sour very cheap. FOLEY'S
was unllmberlng at the east end to tto with nivaetf. Mv children advised orange/ trees ready primary election who is not by the laws For (Information
ra. to take. your" favorite rrcacrifitton, but I to bud, a few peach trees,3 acres veget- of the State a lawful elector, who has address I Buaranteid Reined;
of the bridge, and. It to belong I C. T. MCCARTY
,I supposing hail been taking Munich medicine* from the doe. able land 4-Inch artesian well. large not paid his poll tax, legally due not ,
1 to a Virginia! battery he ordered tor that I wn* diiicourafrett. with everything. I wharf drive ,\\.II.lIoft water 8roomdwelling. less than 10 days before each primary Ankona Brevard County Fla.
came la Phtl.ulelphU two yen ago und pickIng or refunded. Contains ,
it across without' ceremony. The reponse upHMie of your little book one. dny "began to (tore, building packing house election Is held and authorized to vote money

was a snot which .tore up the read what your medicine. had done for other Idetermined tool house, ,warehouse :2-ton ice box, In any legal election In the ward or precinct OLD LEAD FOR SALE. In remedies recognized by eminent '
it elf. I took bottlea. any
earth around him. The gun belonged to try my seven :2 acres of poultry yard. Fruit this for whloh such primary election at the
nod to-day I ara a 'ronl{. well woman ty ADVOCATE office.Foley's physicians the best lot
to Shields ,and the bridge vytm In danger weighing, ifta pounda. Have gained jo pounds year will bring fcJOd: to WOO. Rent Is held.

j' of capture. I Should: It fifll Jackson since I attmd. to use *.."" ..1. freicripUoa.." *I from vegetable land will keep up grove.P. I' W. I. HUOBLKTT, Kidney and Bladder troubles.

Pterce's Pellet clear the ..... E. VE4ET
Dr. Pleasant MCMILLAieau : Hii-L Chairman
Honey Tar
";:f would b i at the mercy of Fremont. I and I Fla. and PRIcE 5Oc:. sad $'..00.D. .
complexion sweeten the bieata. GalUe Secretary.
i! ITartunfltftr one of the aids bad ,out' cures colds, prevents pncumo l& K. WILSON & SON"



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SEO.. M. ROBBISS, Antonlalml Fnnlin and, Llro *.. -I.. How 11 Drnirnr'N Doc Grow. to n .
ant Who Won Promotion. ('...tur.. Who In the Poetry .. That HIP Oldcat. Pou'trymen
ftr the KII.nI> Mli.iii Alt. Like ill. !Itl..t.-.. time :Sot 1 t-t t--nltiu..i; ,
ICasHlui Pasha when minister of
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR for Wns war Render of Eltznbftlmn' poetry are "One of the most curious traits to be I hate often wiM: that I \\ ,)ii'd ,givea A KAod look Inar
Egypt !
very particular in regard -
: familiar found In the animal nature," snld whole lot of tit, horrwand poor litol y.
AT-LAW.| to the personal appearance of his with fairies'' who fashion coots an 1110:11"> to I.now Inc liumwnrt In the'

Will practice in State and United States officers and Issued stringent orders from a bat's wing, fans from those of Observant citizen "is that which grows: secret if fcotllus pi-riVct I'l.Iity::; In wow blnutlon.Eureka* klutl. of a coin

Court. that they should never appear un. butterflies! coverlets from the skins of out of the unconscious liultotlveuess of eggs. I wish that in-; i-u.>toui< is uottlii

Office at TITUBVH.I.R FLA. sliuveu In public. One day he met snake, wage war with spiders and creatures of the lower order. I have be able to hutch t'\ei-y ag;: .Iiall: l eviTj

upon the street a lieutenant who had make expeditions on the bncks of flies. observed many instances of where the bird\ prove pries' winner biu any one Harness O1 '

GAULDEN bearded the pasha and disregarded the Writers have commonly assumed that creatures of a lower ofiler/ have taken that has studied this: mutter brows
such minuteness was the product of not only rnntcM mho finrnciM and tut 1.11 I
D.L. orders) "To what regiment do you be- ou the characteristics, In some, noticeable that the most unexpected will somo- hnnA took Iwtt tr, but make the ''IJ
long?" demanded the Indignant minis. poetic fancy, which reduced these spirits leather colt find parable,put,Hln cnn (I
degree' of members of the human times happen. 'tttuitto lust-twiceIons ,
-LAW to a size much below that admittedby '
ter. "To the regiment, at Abnsseuhj f et( U orfttimrlly wouhl.
family. One might know for Instance I hate In uilml n party who bred ..
popular belief, but this Is", an error. roil .r.wh.n lu aa..f.I..a
practice In all the Courts of the replied the frightened lleuten- 5.4. h, ,
ot Florida,and the United State Courts.r. State ont "Get into my carriage at once so Folklore supplies us with abundant the 11l' gor'8 dog from the look of the P.ulT W.vuiu'.ottes.: lie had U poll.' If ;, a1tU Dl1'ddf, I

.U Box,238. TITCJSVU.LK, FLA.. that I can curry you to the encamp examples of fairies who can curry no dog, from the droop of the eye the pathetic reineinl-ef correctly, of about. twolvi rd01hCO
ment and have you publicly punished," more than a single straw, who emerge hang of lie I lip anti a certain general birds 1 and \v.i getting; pniciienlly i nochlcUn U r

J. WEBB was the stern command which follow- from a molehill and make a thread air of despondency and hopeless- whatever. Tho eggs were almost Give Iffi I ,, ,
F: bridge In order to traverse n key bole. '\11'1'11'hlt.'b seems to speak In the veryfuture nil .-ear.! Ho becumo dlMconrageil Your ,

ed.The young man obeyed and the Concordant la thetestimony of Ian. of (the animal. I mention the und commerced to-throw In extra henn.

A TTORNEY.A -LAW, twain rode along gloomily enough for guage. us when tbe foxglove passes for 1 beggur's'dog because It Is a familiar believing that If lie wan n, t ,.rOIlI;: to Horse 11Chance ,4 ,

Will practice In the Courts of the 7th some time when the pasha stopped his being a fairy cap. eXII 1II1)le The beggar's dog I never luoks get chickens! he might,: as well let nil I

Circuit.. Taxes paid for non-residents carriage and entered an where be If a size so reduced cannot allow historical cheerful, never smiles never frolics tho lilnU. run together. Heforo he 8to.i;! %

and rents and accounts collected. would be detained for come time on Interpretation still less! does but simply sits by his master and ed tie had upward of thirty birds In

Trrusviii.K, FLORIDA' business. Seizing tbe opportunity, the ethnology explain the qualities of these briMMlH and begs for whatever charity the pen And to his grent astonishment: =-0.- ,

culprit sprang/ from the ,vehicle darted fays, who In power do not differ from I may give. the eggs were almost every onoof them

PENNEY Into a neighboring barber's stall and their larger cousins. Queen Mob, no I "I 1 have seen the dog character molded fertile.
A.D. regained his post before the return ()this larger than the jewel of a ring. Is yet under happier Influences, and the Now we very carefully make up pens PILES
Jailer minus his beard. For the charged with the functions of a birth dog became were cheerful. He was a of from six to twelve birds accordingto I

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, remainder of the route the officer burled goddess. The least fairy can steal A light hearted free and easy sort of the ago of the inn Irs and time sliapu!

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. his face in his hands and seemed bride or a baby; tenuity la of less con creature and seemed to get somethingof and characteristics of tho females that "I(aMbred the tortarm of the damn**
tbe picture of apprehension. sequence since any tiny sprite, can at the sunnier side of things. I am almost we ore able to put with them .t nut what Man with protruding wttb which pile I wan brought mtvtml on by for aonntlpa-twenty

Will practice in all the courts of the 7th Abasscuh was reached at last, and will assume! gigantic proportions Tbe tempted to sny that If you will U the result i'et'hnps one setting; will *or*. I ran comes your OASOARETS In the

Judicial Circuit. all the officers were assembled to witness fairies who In one canton are represented show me a man's dog I will tell you prove to lie practically every egg ferti lo town equal of Newell them. ,pro-day la., anti I am never entirely found Ire anything from

the degradation of their comrade, as dwarfish In the next may be what manner of man the owner Is, lazed: and the next ono many clear! or ollei and tool like a new man."

FREDERICK A. MORGAN who all tbe while kept well In tbe rear described! as gigantic. with particular reference to temperament only 50 per cent fertile.When O. II. KIITZ. Ull Jones tar Sioux City. la.

of/ his chief. "Come forward you son The contrast which cannot be accounted and his mOOds The melancholy the poultrymnn learns tin CANDY
of for us arising from historical maul the man who grovels mentally cause for this and the secret of perfect
REAL E3TATE AND INSURANCE a dog!I" cried tbe Irate pasha, wben CATItARTICewa0.
there stepped before him an officer memories may be easily explained by along the gloomier groves, the pesslmlntlc ,ventilation he will hive it fortune at

Loans, Notary Public with a face na clenn aa a, baby's and a the early modes of conceiving nature. man who Is always looking at his command. My experience\ hats been

Collections, Typewriting, Stenography. look of the most supreme Innocence. In prehistoric conception a mountain the dark side! of the! picture, all the men that a strong, vigorous; male In a pen of -

TITUSVILLE Ills excellency gave one look of blank might pass for a large man. a river for who come within these uunnppy classifications smart healthy females fed largely on eNaN eee.l.a.aI
FLA. astonishment and then with an appreciative a tall one. while the Inmates of petty rarely own_ a cheerful dog. hard! grains thrown Into the! scratching

smile breaking over his war hillocks would naturally be Imaginedas The dog ,unconsciously takes to the material will produce a larger percentage -

WADE H. JONES, worn features, turned to tbe Assembled possessing a form corresponding to ways of the mauler and In Ills moods of fertile. eggs than if too much I
mash 1 Is fed In Pie..sans PaUtahl. Potent Ta.t. flood Do
officers and tlnIInrl'OV limit of their habitants. Imitates the maitter'H way of thinking. fact. sometimes I'JIIS'tl0I1 ... a
said "llere. gentlemen, OuuO,N I. ir 010.. .". Weakan.or Orl|..lOo,Jte.Wo.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE your old minister is a fool and your International Monthly. "lint turn to the dog tit> the Jolly the advisability of feeding a masli ... CURl: CON8TI ATION. ...
young lieutenant is a captain." Cheerful fellow Wiilrli him show Ills every morning. Sunda.v with un Is skipped _... .....,CMr..,. e._a-e/w.. NM_ ala t'

Loans and Collections. PftMlnic of lnc'l.pn."bl... teeth In liuighter wlieu the muster upproachen. anyway. 1 know from past experience 110.TO-BAC.w"CJiiiTuUbeaaoo. drag. ,
TITUSVILI.H Cholera Infantiim. Only those who bunt to go to the He In darting' IKTOHH the: that the feeding of so much mash, Utblk.

FLOKIRA. This has long been reminded: as one of/ depths of long disused trunks when yard and dancing IllId frlxkliig, around while It may not affect the fertility,

the most dangerous; and fatal diseases to moving time necessitates renovationand the ton stcr's feet In I the happiest!, way affects the strength of flue germs so DO YOU GET UP
,'GEO. A. WOK.EY, which Infants are subject. It can bo cured the sifting of belongings realize Imaginable and lu IH up tu nil kinds of that the chick will not conu' out even

however, when properly treated. All that bow much of what one clings to as Indispensable jiriinUK and duns( nil UUuls of little If It starts( well :My conclusions) In this WITH A LAME
A ATTORNEY T-LA\V. Is necessary Is to give Chamberlain's Colic becomes absolutely useless things to Indicate the good, niitnre- thatIs matter are considerably. meager and BACK ?

General practice In State and Federal Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and when laid by for a time. Pictures In hint lie does IIH Ills liUMter dues can I bo summed up quickly as follows: --
Courts. All business castor oil, as directed with each bottle, Breed I males them Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
entrusted will prized for one reason or another, souvenirs and serum' to take the same general\ smart nclho keep
receive prompt I attention. and a cure Is certain. For sale by all that full to recall: anything but ,'Ipof life. TI.ICHI' lire small things., I clean and free from lice, teed sweet, -----

couldn't guess but they show JiiHt how Junior wholesome food, largely hard grains Almost everybody who reads the newspapers -
la know of
to the
Miami. bear to burn odds and ends that one tout one's way of thinking may Influence and plenty of Irt'I'1"tnff and glv sure wonderful
MIAMI, ., FLORIDA. .r: For Growth. was sure to want, all become as trash one's dog! and change bill whole them comfortable quarters, using birds J It cures made by Dr.Kllmer'sSwampRoot.
To be a strong, vigorous bird nil the ,
In the repose of tbe stored trunk and view of life."-New OrUuius Times not overgrown or clumsy. For my port the treat kidney, liver
JAMES ANDREWS, organs must lie normal In size, with are sacrificed without a qualm when Democrat. I will take the male every time that H and oladder remedy.
plenty of room to perform their part In ______ __ '
moving time comes around to make nearest standard weight In preferenceto l' It Is the great medical
ATTORNEYATLAW.Aratn digesting slid nxslmllutliiK their food room for other things/ that will last YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKINO the bird weighing/ \ten or twelve triumph of the nine

office and pouto/fice address, TITUS- to JUnk n vigorous bird. It la the demand their little duy and tben (mud tbe same When you take Grove's Tnntelens" Chill pounds und I will get more chicks, and 1 teenth century; .discovered -

VILLa Branch office at FORT PIERCE. for heavy weight that causes end.-New York Press, Tonin because the formula Is plainly they will be fur brighter null smarter. t O after years of
Prosecuting' people to overfeed especially! corn that printed on every bottle showing that It la l Arthur O. Dustoit In Nutlonal Poultry ( scientific -
Attorney for emir
Brevard Co. causes HO much lost In raising turkeys. slmgly Iron and Quinine In a tasteless l Dr. Kilmer, the
Seventh Century dlworlc.
Notary Public State at Large. Turkeys with good flumes can stand fo.-ra. No cure, No pay fiOcts.Ineahatori ., nent kidney and bladder
Before the of the
seventh centuryneedlework -:--
---- ----- ---- and
fattening for ten days or two weeks specialist Is
OTEP1IEN E. FOSTER without Injury for market but when was carried to great per and 1..1'.....*. The DON Worm Metllclno.II. wonderfully/ successful/ In promptly curing
fectlos In convents where it was used As of the Insurance companies lame back, kidney, bladder urlo acid troubles
you fatten breeding turkeys to caterto for tbe embellishment of the church many P. Kumpo, Druggist, Lelghtonl: Ala., and Bright's Disease, which Is the,worst
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, the pnltllo for heavyweights you do and the decoration of priestly robes. are claiming that the use of nn Incubator writes: "One of my customers had a form of kidney) trouble.Dr. .
your t'&:>':OI"I': tin hljuotie 111 well us In any building/ mifflclont reason child, which was sick and' threw up all Kilmer a Swamp-Root Is not recommended -
Sims i Artists did not think It beneath their
, Building, i :ro\ll..lf.. HH no turUcy la of any earthly for canceling their Insurance policy food,could retain Dotlllnll' on Its stomach for everything but If/you have kjd-
JACKSONVILLE, FtA. 1:0 d to breed from with enlarged or- dignity to trace tbe patterns used for upon It and !lint Iliey can do MO If the lie bought one bottle of While's Cream ney, liver or bladder trouble It will be found
gams mid n woiil.oned constitution. If embroidery In their natural colors. A building In which It In pat In within a Vermlfnoe, and l It. brought up lilt worm )just the remedy you need. It has been testedIn

w. ALLEN your MiHtoinerB lo not have good suecens. certain religious lady wlttblng to embroider certain number of feet of the Insured) from tho child. It's the hiss l worm medicine so many ways, In hospital work, In private
1 GEORGE a sacerdotal vestment, asked no In the world." Whlto'.CI' "m Ver- the
they. Inviirliilily luy it to tho stockor building, Commercial 1'011111'11./ .. attention practice among helpless too poor to purchase -
lens' a personage than Nt. Dunitan. tben rnllnjft In also the children's tonic It relief and has proved so successful In
to the fact that nt the PanAmerican -
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW hreederw." When the public stops denmndliiK -
a young man. but already noted for his Improves t llmlrdlifostlon and assimilation' every case that a special arrangement has
KEY WKSF FI.OBIDA. / weight they will have better artistic skill and taste. to draw tbe exposition four coinpanlc of food, strengthens t their nervous ivstnm been made by which all readers of this paper
Will practice In the United States HucceHs. ,and there will be a better flower anil figures which she afterward ran 1111 average of ttveuty'-siz lump mid restore them to the health vigor who have not already tried It, may have a
and State Courts. feeling between buyer and seller.-Mrs. for MIX months In n onreleMsly constructed and nliuitlclly of spi Its natural tu child sample bottle sent free by mall, also a book
OjunOS worked In gold thread. building of wood, lined with hood. U, U. Wilson & Son's
Charles Jones in Poultry Keeper. :25ots at telling more about Swamp-Root and how to)
highly Inflammable burlap and cotton find out If you have kidney or bladder.trouble.
I M. D.SURGEON SImple Word.. I without any accident. Thnt would Iw When writing mention reading this generous
N.sBURNIIAM There certain number of "'hnt Ilereally Snltl.Mr .
Deafnes Cannot He Cured. are u simple quail to running one Inctitiutor steadilyfor offer In this paper and
words In the Kngll .ti language that *. HuiTei'M lime teller at that bank send address
and SPECIALIST by local applications, as they cannot thll'leen111'. or throe months In your to i j
reach the diseased portion of the ear. will express. the greatest thoughts nod the your for llfty-two ,'c'nrlC. The conditions says you are just the ni'"'iuici
Ear, Nose and Throat There is only one way to cure deafness ,great men cue them. To lie liicoraprebennlhle were unfavorable too. Curious 1f1t'lIt.r- hamton, N. Y. The
and that II by constitutional remedies, may tie H sign of knowledge.It !. Uuft'I'rllCJrt'litIII'OtU/ Wbu- regular fifty cent and n WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. Deafness Is caused by an inflamed/ condition only nisi be the sign, of an Intellectual persons were allowed to tamper\ with) whnt In that lie mi y sMrs. dollar sites are sold by all good druggistsRRY3
the lamps, and they wero constantly
\ os the mucous lining of the Eustachian snob The world, IH not moved) by Buffers-Well, he didn't say It .
TpvR.. OUGUTO 'S Tube. When this tube gets inflamed men mid women who talk In on un- exposed to drafts during tho day and In so many words, but that Is what benieanC
you have a rumbling: sound or Imperfect Uiiov/n IUII II... Hchuolmaster. from dark until 8 n. m. they were left of course
FLOATING hearing, and when it Is entirely unattended mid even without a night Mr. Huffers-'Hee beret Wbat did the SEEDS
DENTAL APARTMENTSon closed deafness is the result, and unless Cures Sciatica. we telunun. Vet no uccldeiit occurred, fellow ?
the inflammation can be taken out and Rev. W L. Riley L. L. D. Cuba, N. and limurunce und.'rwl'III'I'lIllrCst'nt exprcHHcd rot
the "Deutos, this be restored Mrs Buffers-He asked me to Indorse
to Its normal condition
the opinion that an Incubatoror
y. writes: "After tUreen days of excruciating
hearing will be forever nine tbe check, and when I told him Ibndn't The Former
Now AT PALM BEACH. destroyed ; / pain from sciatic rheumatism brooder lamp did not greatly Increase
on lies out of ten are caused by catarrh, waslnduoedto the ghost! of no Idea what he,
under various treatments I tint fire rink. We think them no The Gardenerand
-- which Is nothing but an Infl.uned' condition meant be said be! presumed I hadn'tbad
Ballard's Snow Liniment, the first and1crhnp1 '
of try more dangerous\ than the ull stove
Foley's Kidney Cure We will the give mucour One Hundred surfncBM.Dollars for application giving my first relief, and the lens so than the ell lump or much experience! getting checks The Housewife
cashed, so tbt'rel-NtI\V! York Weekly
second entire relief. I can give It ungna110ed
makes kidneys and bladder rightYfrgilliaHomes any cane of deafness (caused by catarrh. ) recommendation. 2.c,600 and lantern, so often tipped over or dropped They....t Hula mom.am Th.y
worth ilnit
that cannot be cured Hall's Catarrb liy fiireicHMtu'HS! ur awkwardness.American .- A grfttl mom
by then the ordinary him!. Mold
$1. at U. 1C. Wilson A Son's.Tb .
Cure. Send for circulars, free. Culihstor.ICcmurkitMo Slight' Injuilcii often disable a man and rvrywlMfrv eat annual frtw.D. .
F. J. CHENEY & JO., Toledo, O.ty cause several days' IOHS of time, antl wbon M. r...It V A 00.

Sold by druggist: 73c Hall's Fam Market Daclc. Cure ot Diarrhoea. blood poison developcs, sometime n suit I Detroit, Mloh.
ily I'ills ate the best In the loss of a band l or Hint). Chain her.lain's .
The duck has no ('rOll.Du'k. "About six! for the first time
------ -- years ago I'aln" helm Is an antiseptic liniment.
Apl>r"i>rlnl Tr.-.l nienl. do not have gapes. In my life 1 had a sudden and severe at. When applied to cuts briilnos and burns
The Tlioniclitriil: !ollln- "'bllt would A sandy soil Is best for ducks. tuck of dlairhoea," says' Mrs. Alice Miller It citimes them to heal{ quickly and without

You learn all about Virginia Lands, yon recommend UK treatment for II mun Don't forget\ grit In the mush. of Morgan, Texas "I[ got temporal maturationand prevents any danger, 'The Largest and Most Com.
Its resources, products, mode of cultivation who Is always going around with a Water ducks three times a day. relief, but It came back again and again/ of blood poison. For axle' by all ell ug.
prices, etc., by reading the poor mouth} Hard groin Is not the proper diet.A and for six long years 1 h ,ve suffered gists and mcdlcinu dealer r nlate Establishment South.
Virginia Farmer. Send loots The Funny 1.1ellow-Senl him to adentlst. duck well hatched Is half raised. more misery and agony than I can tell. --- -- ---
for 3 months subscription to the .-Yoakers Uerald. HeUer have the ducks a little hungry. It wan worse than death. My husbandpent The Rook Agent CEO S, HACKER & SON
Farmer hundreds pf dollars for 1lIy"lcI80, ,
Co., Emporia: I Va.
Let the ducks make their own nests. AleDt-1 bare a book you should buy
prescription and treatment without
Grade of Voun.*... Tbe weakest part of a duck t. Its avail. Finally" we moved to Jlonque coon for your son telling bow to become a

BANNER SALVEthe Visitor! (kindly)-How old are you legs.The ty, our present home and one Uy I li>ip> politician, ttt/itenmnn. president of tbe
I dear "green duck" lit I of late innova poned to Hue an advertisement, of Chamberlain United States, bunker, broker-

most healing salve In world Little Girt (with ,great dignity)-I'm tlon. ; 's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Mrs Ileiinesy-U'wan! Did yen mother f.

not old ut a fl. (:ronny'. old. but moth live water the first thing in the Remedy with a testimonial of a man who buy wan for you?-Brooklyn Life.

er's youni! and daddy's: young, and I'mpry morning. had been cured by It. The case was so $
BO YEARS ,: youngi'unch.Cures I Duck eggs over a week old do not similar to my own that I concluded to to ;
EXPERIENCE batch well.Artificial try the remedy. The result was wonder. Buy ChenpYa

, Eczema: Itching Humor, I Incubation developed the ful. I could hardly realize that I wan A cheap remedy for coughs/ and colds' li k;
/ duck Industry.It well again, or believe could, be so after Is all right, but you want something that
1'linple.H mid Carbuncles having.nlfered so long, but that one bottle will relieve and! the
cure most severe and '! '",",..-
t Costs :Nothing to Try. costs about $2 a year to keep a of medicine coating but a few cents, dangerous results of throat and lung I

t hr B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) Is now breeding duck.The cured me." For sale by all druggists and. troubles. Wha'sliall' you tin? I" to a ; ; sMANUFACTUnEnS
r 0 recognized as a certain and sure cure for food must not be too highly con medicine dealers. warmer and more regular climate: ? Yen,

v+ilt TRADC MARKS eczema, Itching shin humors. scabs pimples centrated. ------ If possible; If not possible for you, then : OF
DIt.IGNSCOPYRIGHTS scale, watery blisters, aching bonesor Tbe older tbe duck the less nervous Keep Hi. IIoa.. f ry. In either rae take' the only remedy that.
. &c. joints, bolla, carbuncles prlchlnz pain she becomes.Be A prime requisite Is to keep the has been In'rodiicvd /In all civilized countries Doors, Sash, Blinds,
A.-iTnn ;ontt1n":ketch,and" iliwrlptlnn:: :: mar o In'the skin, old eating sore, ulcers, etc. careful not to overfeed or overheat poultry house lry. As fresh air lead with success In severe throat and
.In la proDChlr DMenGhla.r'" uhmmnnlr.tlnn..trlc11r .- Botanic Blood Balm, taken internallycures ducklings.. lu this direction It goes without "ayIng lung troubles,"BOllchee'German Hyrup" Mcnldiog & Building Material
tr.'. UMeiit rnnddentleL atirmCf for H 'n wurlnifkon' pmtmw.I'liKmtH Pxtitnunt the worst and most dee -..eatenoases Sore eyes In ducks are often causedby flint plenty of fresh air should be I( nut only heals and ftlmnlafes the tissues
t non through Munn: A Co. rwaee by enriching:, purifying and vitalizing to destroy the germ disease, but allays Office .*: War rooms. King, opposite
_....untie, without chfrtn. In the filthy quarters-Farm Garden and circulating,: all the time. If tin housesare Inflammation Cannon
the blood Street.Charleston .
thereby giving/ a healthy causes easy expectoration
Scientific JJm ri an.A blood supply to tbe skin. Botanic Blood I'oultr,). __ ______.__ dry. that dreaded dlseasi! roup. Is gives a good night's rent, nod cures ]
Balm Is tbe only care, to stay cured, for not apt to get a foothold. The houses Try one bottle. Recom [ S. C.
euh.Clun hnndw', >ot m.any lr lllmrtrnKH.eaentlde'" w" ."..klT.. lJ.'.>.nmt.."... $3 rtr-ay.ar. : these awful annoying skin troubles. It Itcpulslve Feature should lie thoroughly aired every day. mended many years by all druggists In

fner ,onte..e6 tloldbyall n w.Aedera.MUNN heals every sore and gives the rich glowof Blackheads, pimples, greasy faces and I rain hall. or shine the world. You nan' get this reliable Sash Weights Cord and
& Co.88"8New York health to tbe skin. Builds up tbe muddy complexions, which Are so common reIned' at R. R. Wilson fe tloo'.. Opt ,
Briocll uakM. red and nourtfthln?. Especially advised 'certain ago, destroying beauty disfiguring The trouble' with most people l Is- -- ----. -- -- Hardware.
Clyde Steamship LIue. for chronic, old canes that doctors, patent and making repulsive, features which well It's trvulle.Itlmor. News.
medicines and hot springs fail to cure. would otherwise appear attractive and Window and Fancy Clasp

Druggists, $1. To prove B. B. B. cures, refined Indicate that the liver Is out of Th. limit Prescription for Malaria tp/ A SPECIALTY.
Tickets and reservations via the Clyde cares, sample sent free and prepaid by order. Aa occasional dose of Ilerbloe Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's /rlrt/Ti I
Steamship Line can secured of Cha writing Blood Balm Co.. Ga. will cleanse tbe bowels, regulate the liver Tasteless Chili Torrfe. It Is simply Iron Tbls signature l. oo every boa of the ..ala. -
II. Walton, at the ADVOCATB office, Tltusvllle. Describe trouble, and free medic ad. and so establish clear, healthy complex and quinine) In a tasteless form. Xo Laxative Bromo-Qwnine Tabl.e.e Foley's Honey and Tar
I vice sent la sealed letter. ion. 50o at B. R. Wilson fc Son's. Cure, Xo Cure. Trice COcts.
the ,.mad, that: met, a edit' eete day I chlldrensafesure. No opiates.EAST .,



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: : 4 .1 EAST COAST ADVOCATE. JULY 11. no!.


I COMMIS8IOKER. JAMM. FKITCHAXIV President; Wit 3t ?nowv, Vlce; resideat.
Ii The many friends ef O. F.Deem bere-
Ip him a*a candidate for County -'
by aaaaanee
The above i I. a topic bat ba. CoBH ts ioaer tot the: first Dts dot, INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

I, .A W...tV JVB>A(.OBVOTW. TO tae assn. been mooted IB the ADVOCATE column .fowso Aoewata ."d,.r tiiir ....., ON subject to die prisaary to be bold. oo the

4 gasat or tea IJTMA. arena. LAaawear. for many year, and we Mill 'a.Arswot. nth of Jnly. lJExOClLU'. ,
.. "
\ &An.&.c..,....a, nrart. joss, peyaM
i claim that good road are essential COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
( I t tl
,l ':.,.. pO.UI.aD IrY1U.1' ra1DAY. to the development of this county, FOR RAILROAD COMM $KKK R.Beeocolztng To the Oeaaocratlc Voters of Brevard Authorized capital, SIOO.COC

.- and fa fact, the whole East Coast. fullv tbe rtjfbt of tbetaraaera county: Apmectattac:: yooreapport sod : -. Paid up capital, S25.OOC

,.i CJUia H. 1raw" +, *>_ a I-HMt I.w.I. Public attention has been called to aM prodaeen to more nnaaiiliratloo coattdeawe. lINt paM and feeling' that. I :c-' : '.- Average deposits, S1OO.OOO

the ne *.*ity- of good road year at the Made of tine FlorWa Rail. have faithfully discharged the duties im- ;
l I. I XMs-..-aae. ",faaBr .....u. -. ie.raae powI after in tbee columns, and foad orallllaeioa, I ottcH the *..*>ort posed ap n me; aod folly beBevioc that
I : fI at.*...... a* Itt' wrtaIIC. year that of all Democrat who. approve of tbe my pout eoaaaitooer'* experience will Transacts a General Banking
c we are pleased to note oar etaraltoa of prlndpje: a* set ferth In .enable me to serve you even more efficiently _T '

ci ,, ......... County Commissioners are now do- la the future, I hereby announce
i Okeett.ato.,tray be ami | r""W*40 CK. ray platform. Copie>> of my platform i
WaATOJI,...*.>>..... lug much towards tbfaead. There set toaDy roe by addicaoing me at West : myself. a candidate for re-election for t -w 't' : Business.
I of District :No. 2
I. much: undeveloped fertile land. Palm Beaeb. FU. R. Hvouox BVBK. the

t A4...,*.. all +mnnmt.ttm. U. 'la Brerard county which, if cultivated and mary ask to your be held united on July support lilt.at Your pri- e S Largest and Oldest Bank on the River,

j I BAH*
) Trrcwviuc. Ftoama.U. ba.t.I. but put money into the PiEacK:: May 7, 1,1(}!. I I Conn trie( *.

iii. --., -. -. pockets of our farmer. With good BELIEVING It tbe I&tll.t inter To tbe Democratic voters of Brevard I r.tronae*appreciated. Prompt service, polite
of Agriculture road these valuable land could e..l" of the i> ople ft JSrevard county county: I hereby announce myself a* a treatment,and every favor eonatstant with as
S. department ( easily be reached ; they would be to have Wade II. Jones represent ns In candidate nomination at tbe Democratic rrauve vag gtsafr

Weather fiureaii-Jupiter, Pia.r an attraction to tourist and bring the next T.. *Iatore. we respectfully primary July aa County Com- i CORRYSrONDEYTS:
r Seaboard atluoai Bank of New York,
ore all Democrats of the county to give i mifoner for District :No. 3; and.* the J ant:
settler to our Letup Xalional Bank of JackaonrUle, Via.
more county. .
him their support' a& the coming primaryon are acquainted with my past I
j The following i* a comparative statement taxpayer
y of and rainfall for the hope 'It will not be long ere we tbe L&th of 3 sly. I record, I trust they will favor me with FLA.
----'CITI'' S-cTILLL
I river road the MAST TAXPATKBS.
bare continuous
week ending Tnesday, July fc, 1.O2. a their united support. As most people --.-
I I t -ISWtt- -1901i whole length of Brerard county, know, I am strongly: in favor of good

i i DAIS: MAX, rote MAX. rr/a. with branch road stretching back I To the Democratic Voter of Brevard roads, or anything else tbat may tend towards
.. the prosperity of our county.Your TIIE
k 3 N11 79 *7 7* to fine hammock land and the St. County: .
tn 70 1 wlab to announce my candidacy for very truly, R. A. COXKLIXG. !
,4 d .4 sm s 114 70 John River. I tbe Legislature, subject to the action of -

IS /11/ 77 lJW 77 the Democratic primaries to be t ..Id Coke Brick Lime Cement
democracy and We tbe tax of tbe 3rd district, Coal
IS 77 W 7S A MISTAKEN NOTION.For July 15th. Regarding my payer ,
tbe famil earnestly desire the election of J. T. ,.,
7 M 7t a* 77 efficiency, voter are perfectly ..
f I, H fit) 74 84 79 iar. If nominated I will use my bent endeavors Snell for the office of County Commissioner -0 -
Total rainfall for the week: 0.14 tame year pant we bay; heard to serve the people faithfully.My for tbe 3rd d strict, subject to tbe Sidewalk Brick
D.pa>tare from normal rainfall for the certain individual inveighing agairutI platform of principle will be made action of the Democratic Primary on Vitrified, Paving and ,....,
I' week: minus 1.19 loehe. Departure County Court because of the cup. known to the voter Individually aod on July 13, 19O2. It I III hoped by his many

from normal rainfall since January 1, posed coot to the County maintaining it.We the stump. Very respectfully, well-wishers that he will be nominatedat Offices foot of ITogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262.
minus /H3Q Incbee.UAL. are not prepared to speak for other W. IL McFAKi.Ajn the coming Primary.
P. HABDIV, Obaerver. i counties, where the County Court I* ca- MAXT TAX PATEBS. J. K. MUNXERLTX, General Manager.
I UblUbed bat we can speak for lirevard,
-.-. -- -, ..- ._-- -. 'to fact and figure, and respectfully refer FOR TAX ASSESSOR.I --
all enquirer after the troth to the beg to announce myself as a 'candidate I hereby announce myself aa a candidate -
EVERY cirlllzcd country I II reJoicIng County KeeorcU where the figures appended for tbe office of Tax Asseanor for tbe for reelection.. County Commissioner i

r i over the fact tbat King Edward below are to .b. foo od. County of Brevard, subject to tbe action for the Fourth District, subject MeMurray & Baker

f* on tbe rapid road to recovery. Commencing on the 3Oth day of June, of the Democratic primary, to be held on to the action of tbe Democratic primary/ ,
be live. idol. and coming down to the 3Qth day Tuesday, July 15tb. Trusting to receive July 15tb: 1902.

Long may of Juo e. IWKS, wound the total cost I: of tile support of all my friends, I am, very JoaN C. Joxca. 401-113 East Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.
malataloloK( the County Court for one respectfully It. K. 5TICW ART.

WitArox carrying In the South year to... $:J.339.17. Bear In mind that At tbe request of friends, I hereby announce -Makers and Jobbers of-

1 ''I }ia* been It* bane, for It bee been this cost embrace* everything that can I hereby announce myself au a candidate I myself aa a candidate for the of-
be chanced UD' to tbe County Court. for re-election\ to the office of Taj t lice of County Commissioner for the
;. the cause of the destruction of l'rom'tlle' tecord we al..o find that Asrle or. subject: to the action of the primary .. I Fourth District, subject to the decision Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
many lire. The heavy fines which there win (81'1.1 i paid Into Maid OourtIn election to be held July nth. II 11 t I of the Democrat voters, at their prim ,

are now meted out to the eril-doer the way of floe aDd forfeit, which elected I will try to fill the offic a* well L cry July. lb, 1UC2.
I* doing much to stop this pernicious deducted from the total curt leave only In the future a* I have In tbe paat. Soliciting -. II. I. KLOPP. Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
,1.-4J3.IfJ f, wblcb l. exactly what: the tbe support of all democrat, 1 remain .
practice. County Court. u* fur twelve month, J. F. WOUTKX First-Class Repairing and Painting, &c. &c.
aDd la a fair average of every yeai'n coot. WE, the taxpayers of the ;;th District
I earnestly desire the re-eleciionrof J. F. -- .
!Home have estimated cbs coat to be
TH* utter failure to find any three or four time. ... Large an the above FOR TAX COLLECTOR.I Boll for the office of County Com mis'

flairs in tbe public or private character figure, end no doubt were honest In male. candidate aloner. Mr. Bell ha proved himself a EiiiCiiiIJJiiiiiiiii'

. + of Attorney.General W. I). tag the aiatement, but we respectfully hereby for re-nomination announce myself for the a office ol t', good, honest, straightforward memberof & Sii1ydo. s
Lamar Is certainly a "feather in uggeat that the fact will not bear them lirevard ubJ the Board. He has done more for I
4 Tax Collector of County, -
good roads In the pineapple section of '
Then also t.k.lo. ,
out. Main, we must
his cap" We have no doubt tbe ject J to the action of tbe approaching,
Brevard than other Commissioner
to consideration that the County convict any GENERAL: OFFICE: EAU GALLIE FLA.
will be
above-named will be Democratic primaries, and pleated S had and It I I. his
gentleman are now building our road, and of friends. w0-tia ever hoped by
elected, to Congress at the primary that the Count Coromlnnlonem have arranged to receive the support K. my W. HALI many well-wisher tbat he will\ be nominated Yards at Titusvllle, Eau Gallle and Fort Pierce.

i pl held in bit district next week. to hire a* many of the convicts a* at tbe coming primary.
.. can be spared from the roads, to F. JI. MANY VOTEIW. Complete stock of Lumber and Building Material of all kinds; Sash and Doors,
if Wooten, at Turnbull, and thus the cot I beg to announce myself as a candidate -
11 ,, I THE object of advertising in tbe of maintaining tbe County; Court; I I. practically for the office of Tax Collector for FOR FIS1I AND GAME WARDEN' Blinds and Builders' Hardware. Address all orders to the General Office.

ADVOCATE, In a general sense, Is to reduced to nothing. Of course, the County of Urevard subject: to the
that action of Democratic to be held hereby announce myself as a candidate -
every one knows this Court: la always primary
educate the human mind to think open to plea of guilty where on Tuesday, July 15th. Trusting to receive for the position of Fish and Game H. A. HODGES. !
1 best of your good when thinking tbe Circuit Count is pot, and thus the tbe support of my many friends, Warden of Brevard! county, and solicit i

a of good In your line at all-and to expense of feeding prisoner. is greatly" I am your truly, the support of' all Democrats at the com- Manufacturei of ,

r 41 attain this require a skill In arousing reduced, a* the convict ale Immediately 1' A. Me MILL AX. ing primary. R. ,V. HABDEK ...Cypress: and Yellow Pine Lumber...

t' sustaining and directing. Coot out to tbe turpentine camp or put
t / oo the County road FOB COUNTY TR .A8UJ ER. ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit: and Vegetable Crates.
tentlon tbat no schoolmaster or But It I I. the criminal FOR MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD.I .
not: jurisdiction lay one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges wr building in
f college professor In the world U required .. that make u* prize tho County Court At bleu and solicitation of my hereby announce myself) a* a candidate A\.y pan of' Florida, would do well to w,1te fur pt ir, e. The saw mills are located
to exercise in a like decree but the chI! Jurisdiction that enpeclall many= throughout/ tbe County, I for Member of the School Board -U Buffalo Bluff near PalatUa, on the J.. T.' K. W..Ky. Lumber delivered to any f.

with his unwilling pupil.. Hut, commend. this Court to n.. The County hereby announce myself as a candidate for the 2nd school district. subject to thedeciHlon part of tbe East Coast. Address: H. A. HODGEfe, Buffalo Bluff, )'*.. I a.
of ; Treasurer at
for the oflice County
"I Court boa dull oriwlictlon up to $5uO, of the Democratic Primary July I
: nevertheless, show u* a "dead"tore whereas tbe Justice Court have only I primary election July lb, 19U2.I J5) 1510:. I -- --- -- - --- --

I 1" and l in it you will generallyfind $UI.)() Any man# of Intelligence can very have never heretofore, sought public E. VESKY HAI.L. I .
The Oldest Et dished l Dralu and Seed House In
office and if elected will the State
.K "dei'l," behind-tbe-date ad readily see tbat a* appeals\ go Irvin the serve people. "
It 1'\\ County Court t<> the Circuit Court ann Very truly yours -
:iu: ; vertlier.A can go no higher, that litlioDtn: are saved Joii.v II. Wra*. HANCOCK'S LIQUID SUi.PHURcure.! a UAlftA

: from appealing/ to the. Supreme Court, Prickly Heat In one application at J. Wm.:: :: A.Bours: t3z Oo. ?
j''' and thus burying their casts for six: B. ticroven' drug atore.KIieVAKD .
A WEHrKits city ha* passed ]law I Intend being a candidate for County .
,eu., Without the County Court we Treasurer at the Demnoratlo primary to
I : prohibiting spitting on tbe aideI would be compelled to carry cane over be held July 15tb: 1102. I believe that I GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
I i walks In can, or In public places, (100 to the Circuit Court and If the cane tbe qualllioallun required by the Stare COUNTY TKKASUItKK'S ,

and some of the men nny they. cannot was lost, then we would be put to the Committee for"votefl to nominate county HTATKMK7CT.
I, '. help It, because they chew to. expense. of appealing to the Supreme officers Is unfair and unjust to a large I July let, lOlia. '+! Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizers
Court and would also have an exasper-. Dumber of our host citizen, wbo vote Balance own on hand, June iatl9e2..11am 02
all Is
baceo. Well 1
we can say get ntlng watt of ale I or seven years.. our county ticket. I am emphaticallyIn : Amount recutvedmJune154..t aW3se 112 East Day Street, JACKSONVILLE: FLA.

I ,I ', rid of that dirty habit.. Now the As so olllcer. of the County Court, I favor of the primary system, but I sin Total. .. ..... ,.... .', ". .. SI3.IM OS &jttl. for Purina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A, L. and Plant .
have the determined to mtke this R'y. System.
men petitioned city au. Investigation all the time for home rule. All voters Lens warrants paid In Jim* 194)2
thorftles to an ordinance forbidding for myself, fully resolved that If the qualified by tbe laws of this slate, who and ilHllvereil to ounty (:xmiiutSBloifrsai --- .
Jr pass Court; detriment .>J School guard.. ........ .. .... 4,240(17 ----- ------- ----- .
was really a to the County will\ pledge thenueltes to vote for our
I f-j I women to wear long dresses ., I would put my.ellon record.. opposed county ticket should be entitled to vote Balance on band Jnne tat, 1902.....Sin.wow
; ,. '' .* they claim, upon the evidence tout. but Instead I find that it I II at the primary to nominate said ticket. Subscribe for the ADVOCATE and get all the
of medical that long dress actually a beneficent Institution and Is
i; experts, If elected Treasurer, I Intend to be | .cited la Indian River State (Hank
.U I collect all kind of filth, and really no cost to the County when all the Treasurer. belonging to no Institution, an |..r' ajvbivr. certificate attac'tied!
'' emoluments are taken into consideration. havIng to monthly rex>rt. less check not Iu SIOP40 18
made combination
) i. It Into the street car house having no \
s f nd on train. thus menacing the I now challenge/ any one to nuke a different / made no promlwca; therefore, I have Total .. .. .... ....' .. ....tlpj: MALAICES ; the East Coast every week.
ban the
showing given above.
S one none to break. Trusting I will be fey BKLOXOIxn To BACH FLUD: '.. FOLLOWS
health of the public. Knot I are stubborn things and can not be :
nrml. with vote I.vI\ who believe I am
iI( a. County R..ven i -tlenerai, Knntl. .... ..$4,324 9flRimil .. __
controverted. Thure be ; -
ought to a County qualified; ; to ,till lh'u i I eiil yours ? ami Hrlilga runil:. ... ... elm. HI -- -- -- -- --o. _.
Court in every County the State,, .' .
Fund 18 28
truly Hulldlnif
Tin campaign I II getting warmer and If they are not speedily re established JOHN IJF""Y. Fine and:: Forfeiture' Fund.:;;:.;' JI.M V2
J the the countlui that tewllnic Prisoners Fund 4n4 ON( Fine Job Work
each day ns it approaches time In have them not,
f 8|"'''. R"..d. I'mid. New 'lnt.No. 1 .... 21.1 'Is Quickly ExecutedAT
of election and It will be a battle the Supreme Court) will always be far be .. .. ,. .. .* 3........ 1.3'8' 0'.1
hind In its work. Now If some one fool FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. ** ** ** ** 4 .., ;.. .1,61'f
l royal. Hut for all that, do let ui that he I I. call .. *i .. .. N M 5.. .... T7 e4
keep our temper and "do unto tiule. I beg to announce myself a* a candidate : rnuntvfsmeWardenVund. ...,.....,, .. 211 00I'.ty..t THE ADVOCATE
'I for Prosecuting Attorney for the | IJ ii .aiffld Persons Kimd..... I 110 OFFICE
other. a* you would have other do oonllne blin* !lf to fact, as t have done, County of Urevard, at the coming Democratic bunt) .hn..I-H..n..ral..un.1 ... .,.... I III
be S > clal Tax School I>I.t. ;No.t..... .. .... 3:14: 7CJ
else I must excused from entering In- |
I unto There. I II no doubt that he held .. ..
to Tuesday
you. Primary, on 2......... .. 441 m
I to a controvory oo mere sentimentalities 13: Itiou.! and to receive the I...
: politic have aroused considerable A. D. 1'xaray.: July : hope -eta 83 ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING HOUSE.

interest in Itrevard county of late, ------- support of my many friends TotaL.. ...*.IO,04U M
F. J. WEBB. F. H. HOVE: County Traatnrar. .
and under the
we are Impression
that a big/ vote will be cast. Tbe Uofng urged by many friends to do so,
ADVOCATE, -considering the candidates MISSIONER. I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor Application| for Tax: Deed. "..r Jv

are all true and tried democrat the office of prosecuting "attorney for

*-ha* done Its best to treat Micco, July,03: lirevard county, subject to the action of NOTICE IS HEREBY, GIVEN THAT E. C.
the Democratic primary to be held on ar fiuroliaxar of ran''1 Certiorate No.
each candidate fair and square( Editor f'nit Coast. Advocate': 475 .IRUJ-I. the:Aid day of July A. 1>. Iraq'
July th, 100J. If nominated and elect has alai salil certtfloate. In my omen, sod has
and we do not think anyone can Dear Hlr-Fleaae have the kindness to ...1. I will give the office the very best ma4h l,aitpilcatiiMi rnrtax deed to linn la scnnrdnre y

l' boneitly gainsay this. allow mo a little space In your. Impartial service I can. Hoping that my candidacy TollowlaK with' dennrllxnl law.' Said certificate ultnatxl embraces. In the -r

and valuable pink paper to say a f<*w will meet with favor at the hand of van) county, Florida. ,property to-wit: North Ii of Kant lira H .
words In regard to candidate for office.If Hrevard'a Democracy, I am, very respectfully or Ea.t 'W of Wext ,% of lot U, Plat of Indian w
TIIIKB: will be no more cnrfdldate Dame Humor I II correct, some of thorn O. A. Face?. River'Chf' 8 otl..u.OTmvniihlp24a: t t
said lam
I bnlnitaaMMed
at dawf
p announced for the primaries to be are clrchillntf, or allowing to be circulated ----- the tnmiaiu'B' ot arch certln held false storle ab untthuI OI'VO"onta, Jauob TarllnxkyInie.. said certlflrau shall
throughout Hrevard FOR coir.vrr CO)nIB8IOSER.At .
county and 1 would say to the public! at large\ Iw steered aoonrdlnx to* law, tax deed. will
I next Tuesday and the campaign is "Jiewareof such a candidate. the solicitation of of true lunnnthervonon. th utn darof Auirunt A.D. i'\.nt.WltncKS .
many my my ofltrlnl' nlfrnature', and seal. this the
now on in earnest. There are 1 have been paying road taxes In -theCounty and valued friends in this section, All announced 11th day of July A. U. IJOX -r

many olllces to be tilled, and it of llrevnrd for the past IS years, In a former inane of the ADVOCATK [Sea l 1 A. A. STEWARTClerk ,.
Circuit Court of Brevard Co.. Fla.
I rests with the people a* to who and what: bad the taxpayers Rot: to I have decided to again offer myself
show fur It In tbe way of good roads all a candidate for re-election to the
hall be tho one chosen to nil them. until It. A. Conkllng wanapp.-Inte.l com- office of County Commissioner for District Application for Tax need.NOTICE ; offr
A We do not presume to dictate toW missioner of the lint tilitrict Let any Xo. 1. I very much appreciate tbe .la stsr faf wri <

any democrat a* to who he shall : honest, upright, truthful man start at: past support given me so aDaUatlngly"the
the north line of the :3rd district. aDd readouts of Drevard and IS HEREBY O1VEX nUT T. H.
county; .
the candidate have
vote for, a* ler purchaser of Ta Certificate Vo.'
1 paaa to the south line of said district, should they again; honor me with their 411. of July A. It. imn,
'.. no doubt, called attention to their and I think bo will bear me out In ..ayIn 'confidence at the coming Democratic baa filed ..aidedcertitlate i In my off1fa and ba.to.a.leappUcatlou +

I'J' many good qualities. and why the \ that, there has. been more Improvements primary on July 15th, it will be my utmost ante. with law. Bald for tax certificate drat to 1..11.embra in aocorrl i the .SFrAll n

; people should vote for them In In the last two years, under It. A. : endeavor to serve the taxpayer lo rullnwlnff de erlbe S. preference to the other candidate. Conkling, than there was In the previous the future a* honestly I have la the county, Florhla B.mtlieae_..It. >:ut 1 acre of
10 years. Mr Conkling believe iu .good past, giving the office aqd people the Northwest K of K of Houthaaat U,
Section 10, 11-1. Month
candidate thinks Range 9tt
Of fcant.
course, every ,roads and .a nominal taxation to carryon best service I can-not: forgetting the 1''he laid land being an.e...>l at the data of the '11
} I 'I be will be elected ; but after the this laudable work, and I hope the absolute necessity of good road in our (alliance of such.,.oortlncate. the name of W.

election I i. the time to tell. It I i. a good people of Brevard county will\ see county. Thanking my friend for put steamed A. H. Salisbury..according'Uolena to law a.ld, tax certlflrata deal wilt'hall be

J great pity we cannot find olllces for to It that Mr. Conkllng la returned witha favors, and trusting/ they will favor me >n on the l.tb day or A u mint, A. U. 1'JTCi.Imuaumi kind of Commercial Stationery
large majority with their votes at the coming primary, Witness my ornclal ilenature and seal this the printed at the above offlce.
\ all of them, for then they would all Respectfully, I remain, your truly. Illb day. of Jilt? .... I). 15)2.Seal : LETTERHEADSNOTEIIEADS, ENVELOPES, BILLHEADS SHIPPING
"ball-fellowt-well-met." I ( ] A. A. STEWAHT. ,
be Joscru: WILLIAMSON. JOBS R. WALEKR.: Clerk Circuit Coo of Bravard TAGS
""I Co. f la. CARDS, etc., eto., printed cbe"Jlltaad expedltionly.




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West Palm Beach. Fort Pierce.Lucius Melbourne. Rockledge-Cocoa. GEORO MARX. JOHN fARX..A. .

JE3JI.: itC>S.

The mosquito pest has somewhat Kaulersou loft for Geneva, Sun GOODie & OOODE.r-Ro! Estate: and Loans. The Fourth at Rockledge was a very .. .
abated, for which we are very thankful, day, on a short vacation. Agent for Aetna, London and Liverpool and quiet one
weather continues. Ulotw.I'rowltl8I1oe Washington, and Sun Fire WHOLESALE GROCERS
but the warm
The beautiful residence belonging to Insurance. Special attention paid<< to the Rev. A. M. Palger will preach next
Rev Mr. Paine has returned from his Wilson Godfrey Is rapidly nearing com Interest of nou-reeldents. Sunday morning and evening ut the
two weeks' vacation much to the delight pletion. Methodist church Cocoa;
of his and friends generally. for the ABVOOATK Fruit and Produce Jobbers
family Mrs. Athens and :Mrs Ed Edge left for nT Subscriptions Ari-lidencon B. F. Brown conducted
Mrs. Madison and her niece, Miss Noith Carolina, Tuesday, to spend the the pink paper of the East Coast, wilt' be services at St. Mark's church, last Sun

fleas, left for Virginia and Indiana on balance of the summer. received the Melbourne Postofllce. day, and l will probably not be back again:

the 7th, to be absent about two months. I before ho takes his annual vacation. Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Miss- Mary Summerlin left for St. Aug John Minor made a business trip toTltusvllle + .
Henry Petitt, of Pelican Lodge, left on ustine, last Sunday. She came down to on Monday.\! I In. Theta were number of Cocoa nndRockledge
the 7th for Philadelphia> and later on to !spend tbo Fourth with friends here. people who took In the Fourth WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.
tbe mountains of New York state. He P. Paddison, of Fort Pierce, was in at the County seat, and reported litivlug! ;
The members of the Methodist church
will return to the lodge the let of Oct. desire, through; the columns of the Pink I town Saturday: and Monday. had a most delightful time and pleasant PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seed .

Dr. and :Mrs. N. S. Burnha.ni InvitedMr. Paper, to thank Sirs. Maude Stetson, for Plenty of all kinds of fruits in our day. Potatoes, Sued Peanuts and Cow Teas' In aeasou.1.W.o .
and Mrs M. E. Gruber and family,, her untiring energy and perseverence In market now, even candidates. Rev. U. Vaullouto preached nn excellent
with Miss Elliott, for a day's sport at securing the new; organ; for their church. Choa. T. McIJrldo and S. F. Glbbs sermon at the chapel, Sunday: mornIng solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables..

the Inlet on their yacht Olivia B., returning Airs. :Stetson not being a member of tho spent the Fourth In Tituavlllo.!! \ on tho subject of "'['he ClitlstlanSoldiei. _ .. _.. .. -
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In tbe evening, loaded with church shows' the'reat Interest she has+ '. lie will preach next Sunday: '
conch shells and many curious animals taken In the matter. E. P. Branch keeps one ol the cleanest morning COUNTY SCHOOL TEACHERS nl:AI. ESTATiFORSALi:. s
and voted and noatest stores In Melbourne.Miss ,
life that
belonging; to sea they -
The Fourth of July was celebrated In Messrs. Schuyler and Farley, who are
Ideal 4th of As Administrators of the Estate of
bad bad au July. grand style here. The business houses Helen Miller, of Wabasso, spent building a carriage: and packing/ house The Brevard County School Hoard hasassigned :
The 4th of July was very quietly celebrated and several private residences were beau the Fourth with relatives In Melbourne for E. Day: went to their home at Maim : the following teachers: William 'frontier, deceived described, tee olTer Heal at
sale the following
hero. Aside from a few private tifully and tastefully decorated with John Nicholson, Claude\: Iteaujean and bar to upend l the Fourth, returning on Supervising teacher! I'rof. E.: K.) Macy. K'tate private: belonging to salil l Estate:
picnics, tbe day was uneventful. The flags and bunting. While Old Glory Sam Martin spent tho Fourth at Fort Monday's: train from the south. T.aUranco, Miss Helen M.\ Miller : ,

dawn of the day was ushered In by the waved above all majestically In the light Pierce. J. C.! Shaw began/ work on a now bouse Titusville, Prof..1. I). Teeter, PrlncI- No. 1, Sold
national salute and flag floated from the breeze the Jensen cornet band player forCh.iM. Cleveland, on Menltts Island pal; Miss Aleph Mlnm, Intermediate; No. 2. All of Si of NKK Section 21,
stalf In the park.. In the evening several patriotic airs, awakening In the large The Literary society will moot this, on Monday. Mr Cleveland's house was, Miss Nettle Jones, Primary. Township :27 South Hungeli/ East, covered
displays of fireworks could bo seen on crowd assembled a feeling; of reverence Friday, evening at the pleasant home of destroyed sometime City Point, Miss C. Edith Lyloa. with water, lying In said tau: Galllo i
by lightning since
either side of the Lake. :Mr. Geo. Potter for the grand old flag that our forefathers Mrs. 1<'. 11. Fee. anti he was practically homeless. COCOA, Miss Bssiilu Grlsard, Principal : giver and Kau Gnllle flay, containingabout

bad quite a display I In honor of "little. fought and died fur, In proclaiming the Dr. L. A. Peek wan called to Eau: Mis'sSue Hopkins, Intermediate; Mrs 110 Rt'rel1mOl'e or less.
Margery." liberty and freedom of these grand; United Gallie last Monday. We trust the sick In : Hon. G. S. Hardee aDd wife and two K. K, Macy, Primary.Kuu No. 3. Sold.: \
of the executive States. The address of welcome was our sister town will' soon be well. daughters, Misses\ Maude and Grace, : Gallie, Miss bary I. Newell No. 4. That portion of SW t4. Section
At the meeting com delivered at the grand stand, near the left, on Wednesday, for point In New Fort I'lercel'rof. J. I H. Pomeroy, Principal :Township 27 $Mouth Range 37 Knot,
mittee of the Free Keadlng I Room, Wednesday depot at ]0 a. m., after which several Capt. Alex. J. Goode came down from York State: and the West. They will\ ) ; Miss Mara Otwell, Intermediate. ;; commencing at n 1,0Int'3TII r..etVl'llt from
July 2nd, the ladies decided to candldatcs made political speeches. Both Eau Gallie on Saturday to spend !Sunday visit the lakes and Chicago, and spend a Miss Grace Ready, l'I'loury.I Northeast corner post on J.4 Section line !
send 25 per cent to John Wannaruaker prizes In the boat races were won by Fort la Melbourne with his parents and sis' good; !portion of the summer at.lanosvllle, OHO) Miss .lnnioJrovos. as aforesaid and IIIO feet Mouth of said 1.
for the latest books of fiction, and a Pierce boys, In fact all prizes In the diff WIs., whore their daughter Mia J. W. Mime. Miss, Ida M. lUuUon. Suction line for stalling point, thence t

number of suitable books for the Room young erent sports were won by Fort Pierce. In ters.Mr.. Arnold and 1IIssVllIe.te Forest,, Skelly lives.\ Their trip will Include an Benin, Miss VeulUa 1. Poppell. run South -Id: feet thence 'East 10O feet,

patrons of our popular Beading the baseball game our boys were victorious of Malabar, were. in town recently. They absent of some three months. \Vnvoland, Miss Bernice Hlrl hlln. thence South 1.1(1:!( feet, thence West to

The Committee show books their appreciationof their by 13 to 1 against the Eau Uallle find Melbourne a good place to do their Mrs. E J. Wilson and daughter MlnAllleno Melbourne, Miss Eva M Bellinger. Section tine, thence. North S''S/ ft, thence
of ,
the by keeping
renters ,
boys. The Fort Pierce team had considerable Lotus, II. W. Smith. East 717 feet, more or less, to a point 100
shopping. > took advantage! of cheap rates
with the /
shelves well filled publi outside help but It must be re that Kant Coast to '1'I yl cations. membered that there is no organizedteam Chan. II. Stewart spent the Fourth on Invitation visit railway and accept an Fort )li'uni, U. J, Turner.C'ourtmiay Same, thence South UiO; feet, thence
to Mr. Mrs.
The debate on the dispensary question here. Not so many years ago Eau: with his family and relatives: the beautiful and) fnmlly at Fort Luiulnrd.ilo, They Wayt' L. M. Keliblndcr.Okuouhobee East 750 feet to West side of F. K. 0,
which was deferred on account of the 0allie brought a combined Fast Coast city of Dayton.i.: We know he en went down afternoon and blissloch tudeMandel. Hallway Hunt of-way, thence North on
troublesome mosquito, took place In theCongregational team here, and heat1S bad(, so now we joyed his visit. on Thursday Ellen, Miss Itoulixh\ \\I. llawoitli. West side of F K. C. Railway right-of
back train
came on Monday's They
church on Tuesday evenIng '!are even. Tbe pyiotecbnlo display at 8 Tbe damage done by the late fire In mot Mr and; Mrs. K. J. Peck, tho Mix Sebastian, Miss ICIIu C. :Slnltleton.Ol'llnpetlale WilY HO foot, thence> East to point of beginning I
tbe Is' Inst., and a large audiencewas p. 'm., was a grand success. The balloon the M. E. has been neatly re ladles and others whom they ; J. W. )Hunter.Artcsla \ ; ;, excepting railroad ilght-of-wny
In attendance. Marvin Pope took all One balloon young Miss HOMO T. said hind.. Containing about 23
ascensions were right.!: paired and the inside of tho building all know, formerly living In COIOIbllt now Penny through
the affirmative and O. G. Curry the nag the floated Miss Kittle Martin. Including the rond. Thin'
caught fire, but other two finishing by Mr. Hoke, sr. of Miami. They had an enjoyable time. Viking, acres County
ative. Both sides were ably sustained, skywards majestically. In the minor I I Ankona, Miss Ida Hunt. tract has u young grove of MM or 000
Mr. Pope particularly distinguishing; sports R. L. Goodwin, chairman of the Miss Annie Goode returned home on llonavontme, Miss. Stella, Mlms.Georgiana trees on It, and an artesian well, etc.

himself, It being); his maiden bow ton committee, reports the following winners: Saturday, after an absence of three Nl"ctll\lore Help. ; Miss. Kiiimi: ,I,. \Hull. No. A. Begin at Southeast. corner. of

West Palm Beach audience. Ills easy, Sack race, N. Maunders, tirst prize, $1.80;; months, which time she has spent very Often tbo overtaxed oigans of digestion ; : Tropic, Miss Clara Sogaard. lot now, or formerly, owned by J, L. liar.
refined manner, and masterly rhetoric, II. Metzgar, second prize, 41. 3-log race, pleasantly! with the family of Hon. C. T. cry out for help by dyspepsia's pains \Bovine, Miss Adeline: King.! risen, thence run South across Elbow ..
was a treat long to be remembered; and, Paxtou and D. Hevill, tirst prize *l.r,0;; McCarty of'of'Ankona. nausea, dizziness, headaches, liver complaints Hardeovllle, Miss Jvsnle :MaMlllan.: creek to Noith boundary of land belonging
coming from a young man having just Peter Robinson 'nd :IS. Keen, second l prize,, I A large number of 1\Ielbol1rneltel1Bpent bowel disorders. !Such: troubles Providence, Miss. Mary Tuten. to Wm. TI'eut"rI.henc... Kast along
attained hU majority, was altogether/ $1. Egg S. Keen first prize $1.50( call for Jensen J.J.V.. Hunter. which Is North boundary .
race, ; the Fourth Malabar! and'all report a prompt use of I>r. Klnut's New yj Section line the -
very pleasing, and reflected much credit N. Saunders, second prize, If I. Pie-eat! good time. The people of Malabar know Life 1'11They\ Ireteotlt/ -, thorough White City, Miss. Genie Harris. of Wm.l'rrntlor'sland\! to North bankof
upon Stetson University, of which Mr. log contest O. ;Evans I $1 I ; Frank Ciozun, how to entertain their neighbors, so and guaranteed to cure 2oo; at B. U. Grout, Miss. WI lid to Forrest. Elbow: creek, thence West along bank
Pope Is a member. The contribution lit) cents. The greasy pig failed to appear they all want to visit l there again. Wilson & Son's drug store.Goslingsville.. Woodley, Miss Nettlo ('!lutant. of suit creek to point of beginning, beingIn
which followed the debate was very sa.tIsfactory. The various committees must be Wahasso, Miss. Helen M. !Miller. Section :21, 'l'uwnlllJlp:17lollth: :! Range
and will enable the ladles of congratulated/ on their grand success. The F. E. C. Ry. carpenters have Wa\Va, Miss Kittle :Martin. !I7 East I'liU laud I U covered with tho
the W. C. T. y to add to the attractiveness This was Fort Plerce's first celebration, finished a neat cottage In Melbourne, loimo of Bufuge, :MIss Bornloo Strnhan. waters of the Creole
of their Good Will Home. and we trust It will not bo the last. The and are now busy on a large water tank Negro School: No. 0 l. Sold.No. .
day's entertainment wound up with n for the use of the road. These carpenters Tltusvllle, M. W ROM.Coooa 7. Commence about chains 35

TREAT YOUR KIDNEYS for RHEUMATISM. grand ball In the Carlton hotel, where are a neat, gentlemanly set of men. We are having cool, pleasant weather J. H. Perry, Principal; Mrs. J. links West. from Northeast corner of

.-When you are suffering'from upwards! of two hundred participated.It Capt. Claude Beaujoan took tho fol. )Mr \Vntklns has n bone felon on his C.Lewial'r'Int try Section: 20, on Set-Jtou' into between Sections .
rheumatism kidneys must be attended was estimated that there were considerably lowing party to Melbourne Beach on left band and suffers much pain with It. Melbom-;?,. Mr..LottaILStephens. Hand 20, run West 0 chains 111: links,
to at once so that they will eliminatethe over a thousand people here. Wednesday In the yacht Ida May : M rs.J. burns, J. n. t'erry. t.henceIouth/! 10 chain. 54 links, thence
uric acid from the blood. Foley's T. Hogg, the Misses Annie 0oode, Eloise Bathing the !St.: Lucia river, whichIs Clifton, Carrie A. Kerr South(t0 degrees 80seconds, East :3 chains
Kidney Cure Is the most effective remedyfor and Grace Hogg: Master Walter Hogg; very salt now, la much enjoyed by our Courtonav, Mrs K, It. Ody to Kuu Gallie\ laver, thence follow the
this purpose. ](. T. Hopkins, of Polar If a Nan lAo to You, and Mrs. II. Wlllhlte. peopln. Jensen, Mrs J. H. Madison shore of I<:all Gallle River In an Easterly:

WIs., says: "After unsuccessfully And some other salvo ointment The sweet smell of the ripening pines ---- --- direction to point due South:! from place
say He Is
for rheumatismwith Henry Stark la a busy man. FALSR CI.AIl\II.-The: proprietors of beginning thence north to point of
doctoring three years lot Ton, oil or alleged; healer Is as good as the DeVlnne la wafted on the gentle breeze to greet NO : / ,
the best doctors, 1 tried Foley's Bucklen's Arnica Salve tell him thirty shipping pineapples from tbe visitor, those balmy days of Foley's Honey and Tar da not advertise beginning, containing I) acres more or
Kidney Cure and It cured me. I cannot plantation on the east side lift expectsto It as a "sure cure for oonisump-, less and known as the Tvltcliell placo.
speak too highly; of this great medicine." years of marvelous cures of piles, burns, ship over one thousand crates of very The \Va\Va academy quite artistically tlon." They do not claim It will cure No. 8. NIy4 of Section 28, Township
boils felons ulcers scalds
corns ,
of the
Sold l>y B. R. Wilson & Sao. bruises and skin eruptions It's the fine pines. This Is one decorated with drawings by AlUset this dread complaint In Rlvanooloalle8, :27 South, Iliume .17 East. containing 10O
best and cheapest. 23o; at prove B. R. Wilson plantations In this section. Bradford and (I lregg, and lit r.De-Hcmheo.: but l do positively assert that It will cure acres, less railroad. rlpht-of-way.

T. J. DtiSteubon Is the weekat In the earlier stages and, never falls to
& :Sun's drug store. spending No. I D. NWt Suction 24, Township
Stuart.Again "FOR 20 YEAHS.-Mrs.Mlnerubralth relief In the worst
BRONCHITIb Tllusville and 01 liar places, on bus! give comfort 27 South, Range 87 East, containing 1UO
of Danville, 111., writes: "1 ness. lie Is expected homo In afe.. dnys, OR SOli. Foley's Honey and Tar In with. acres, loss railroad rigtnt-of-way.
,I had bionchitls. for twenty years, and never out doubt the greatest,. throat and lung
" we need rain In this section. Eau Gallie. /got relief until I used 'ol"y' Honey Goo Knit7. scorns to have become tired remedy. Hefuse substitutes.) Mold! by No. 10. 42: (M.IOO) ) acres less railroad
and Tar, which Is sine cuie." Sold by of lifo On Monday List, at Stuart, I.e II U Wilson &: Son right-of-wav, being part of Lot 1 and of
r A. L. Lane has puroh.ixodloc No. 2, In B. R. Wilson & Son. took a dom of strychnine and died ahol t. -------,- NEt of NW i, Section 3. Township. 27
Ii block 3, situated on avenue E. An Em Gallia boat carried off the ly afterwards Month, Range 37 East: known as J, L.
Pat Bogn< Chase & Harney's head honors at Fort PJerce.Kau :: ONION Stewart placo.
CUTS BURNS ANDOPEN SORES The Misses Mabel and Kittle
FOR Gregg
/ No. 11. Lots 171\nll!'! block 4, Townof
here VARD
\ packer, of Miami, spent some time Oallle's' baseball team was beaten llaucock'H" Liquid Sulphur, at J. B. Martin and Messrs.! U. !Bock and Paul Eau; Gallie.

\>.1 this week. at Fort Pierce on the 4th. Screven's drug atoro.Georgiana.. Watkins enjoyed the Fourth nt Fort No. la.: Lot 1. Mock 4, Town of Rail

W The Glorious Fourth phased' off very Watermelon parties seem to be the Pierce returning/ home oti :Saturday.;! The Miami Homesuekor nays that as a Gallie Quit claIm deed for this only-
f quietly here. Old (Jlory flew from several coir; cot thing this month. -------- rulo there Is little market gardening held under Tax Title.
i 11 igpoles here on the Fourth. TWO UOTTLKS': CURED HIM._"I In the+ northern portion of Brevard county For prices and terms address,
. fine hammock lands
The launch Rover Is being housed on where there are
Stuart Is more, proud of her ulster towu Hodgson's for the summer. was troubled with kidney complaint for : At Clifton, a small settlement near the F. A. MORGAN W. JONT5S,
(Jensen) than ever before. That cornet ways J. W, Bruner and daughter Miss Winnie about two years," writes A. I[. Davis, of Ilaulovernanml, where onion growing I i.I As Administrators/ of the Estate of Wru.Preutlcr .I

band of J Jensen's a daisy, and secondto The steamer Canaveral and Ilypoluxo went to TltiiHvli'.e: to celebrate the Mt. !Sterling, la., "but two bottles Fo- iterod Into 'Ian", e y by the flu mere, Butter deceased.!
none on, the East Coast returned with full passenger( lists on the Fourth ley's Kidney Cure effected a permanent Campbell Is one of the principal Tltnsvlllo, .. Florida.
+ 5th Inst. cure." !Sold: by B. It. Wilson A Son.
and M.\ C. Munch Does gro: vnrs.Onions. .
Paul Austin were Mnngucsarebeginning toripen.
_._.._... .
A. Till
the ofMiss -! .L. are a paying crop. year
here, Saturday, bringing up Mr. Austin'slaunch Miss Bessie Hodgson; was guest everybody know that green mangoes ale A Fine Place For" Sate
moored :: Ella :Singleton; of Kockledge last and make onions have been bringing. about $i.211:.!
! to be In Bessey creek a good substitute for apples', a RULES FOR HOT WEATHER.
while Mr. Austin is away on a visit to '!Saturday and Sunday.; first class green apple pie ? They are per bushel, f, o. b. llnriiiudii, onions have -
farm for 'I.hi:!:\ $:i no crnte. River and
and canned fruit. soiling ; per Fronting on Indian running
England. I Mr and Mrs. C. Alnesworth entertain just as good for sauce All of tills section of Florida Is now In will from 100
for eating after A fair crop of onions yield back m>Clft. to county road ( it. lot adjoining
Fort Pierce' 10 footer, the 3fJ, Is a fast I ed a few friends this week. Melons galore Tliey seem good and for only that they are line. the grasp of a spell of hot weather, andIt to MH' bushels per acre. At thesn prices, ]liMft., river front, running,, back
boat under the'oDndltlona In which she were the bill of fare. they are ilpe, behooves housewife, hotel and the minimum 400 Ixmhels
every taklna yield, halts ; on a bluff, 2f() (. above the river,
sailed on the Fourth. But, boys, If you Two more fishing; firm. have opened A. L. Bruner went as far as i City Point, hoardlng-liouse keeper to look well after would net the farmer at luast $,>OlI) per which Is salt water, and three miles
t ever sail under time allowance rules that business Eau Gallic.snd added about Thuisdav, meet hU nloo, Minn Myrtle the euro of their household, I if they wantto aero. The quality' of the onion grown wide at this place,
'P little affair from Palm Beach will' take 12 mote boats to the fleet. Burchilel, Anthony, Kan., but she come through the summer tilumpli there U eo \ respect to those House of six room, has been kept
your money did not come that day, on account of the aptly, says the Times Unln! and CltU..n groan In Bermuda, and can be placed painted and In good repair| ; :25ft. from
II. W. Bessey Is the bunlest man In 1\IIRIII'4"dle Knell\) returned to Eau Gal. aniline bieaklugdown' between Valdosta First, U the IncieaMod vigilance In the the nnuket In a fresher. condition limn river bunk, mmitndlntr ft beautiful viewof "
town. His hotel Is filled to oveiflowing, lie <>u SundfT, after spending a few days antll'ah\tka. making thorn three hours care of the kitchen. Incessant watchful time 1m IllIrlll". The )puuplo throughout Indian Klver; stairs Iwul! down to
his boats and lighters; are hauling the with fiiemU: In TUunvillo. late, thus missing tbe Bust Const train. ness Is positively requisite over every the n...itil want the liar\ muda onion, and the river, and a dock built out Into the
>sulk of the pineapple crop, and he has a Eau Oallle's l contingent to the 4th of Friday, Uncle add Auntie IIughes crossed morsel of food that comes Into, or Is In would! puirhnsi those. Brown In the United water 'o accommodate' small bouts. A
fifteen acre fluid of pines of his own to July celebration at Tllusvllle returned the river and wrnl as far as Cocoa the hotisu. .Stairs In preference to I Imported stock, tiever-falllnK well with pump near kitchen
attend to. delighted with their entertainment where they met bliss Myrtle. They all\ 'Refrigerators should be washed out prices being the same. door, and a never,falling spring of
came to Coquina and arrived home the dally with some antiseptic solution and blear co.il, water a' short distance
the 4th at pure
j' The following citizens spent II. U. Hodgson and Miss A. Florence afternoon. Miss Myrtle has beenIn aired.
thoroughly .
same from hou. ". Home lot and! poultry yards
Fort Pierce: Mr. McMiillen and wife, Hodgson sailed for New York<< on Sundaylast Kansas six yeais, tlnl"hlnlC.ller education Not ono scrap of suspicious meat or AN INJUSTICE, RECTIFIED. fenced with u poultry netting.: One house
Mrs. II. W. Bessey Neil Coston, A. E. via Clyde steamer Algonquin, from and finds that there have been many over-ripe fruit or vegetable should go on for poultry and Bolivian hares I2s2'J: feet,

Boxue and, Mis.Mr. Powell Curd Schroeder, Stanley Miss Kltchlng Amy Jacksonville.Mr changes since she left here.A. tbe table. HKMAITIAX.' : FI.A., July 7, HKtt.K. I and u smaller fancy poultry house
Mr. : ,
McNeil Glass Bros, K. and Mrs. Frank Houston and famIly All /garbage should be watched closelyand II. NTKWAIir' Esq: 71 orange trees just coming' Into bear
Kltchlng Capt. ,
Lane., -lll occupy the house at the cornerof 1(. Bass, of Morgantown, Ind., hadto not allowed to accumulate. DEAII HIK:-As a man and gentleman, leg, :2 grapefruit trees, 2 peach trees 3
L. Young and Houston streets for the get up ten or twelve times In the night; Chloride of lime should be sprinkled I consider that I am due von this letter. souppornong grape vines-all bnatlnccseveral -
On Monday afternoon G. A. Kultz took rest of tbe summer. and had severe backache and pains In freely on the ground where any water Is During the past winter, before you had kUlllltllate and !guava. bushes,
his IJfe# with his own hands, and crossed the kidneys. Was cured by Foley' Kidney thrown from the house, and sinks and even thought, I suppose, of running for shade trees, sod tropical trees and shrubs
over the river of death to the great"unknown Porson Paddlson spent a few days In Cure. Sold by B. U. Wilson &: Son. closets should by all means have a dose any office, and surely before 1 thought ol near thus house.
woild. lIe left a letter to his Eau Oallle this week, seeing old friends. at It-nut every two days of washing soda y"l1II. a candidate, I was told certain A good county road along pear riverbank
father stating the reasons why he had Person will be stationed at THuSTllle in dissolved In boiling water, or else among/ tilings concerning your connection with from Tltusvllle, the county seat,
taken his life. The body was burled at the Interest of the East Coast Lumber Indianola.John lye. Keep your bedroom and beddingscrupulously the school at your place, which caused eleven miles north, to Ruekledge! a beautiful -

SpruceblufT, Tuesday, a large number of and Supply Co. ) clean, and do not forget me to think 111 of you, and when you announced winter resort, nine nillusfouth, with

the friends of the deceased were present C. J. Yoaog and family will shortly your own faith, as often as possible. yourself as a candidate, caused Coo"a, a nice little business town, and
at the funeral. move Into their new residence on Young Knight and C. Andrlx have been When! it come. to what you should eat me to think that If true, you wall not the City Point between. Bailroud; station +
street. This new home Is surrounded sufTeilng for two weeks or sowlth"Job's during the hot weather, give pork the kind of man for public trust. mile west. I'ostolHce and school near.
Saves a Woman') Life. by lire\ oak trees and wlil be cozy and comforters," and Mr. Knight has been go-bj: entirely. Eat very little meat of I am satisfied that an Injustice was Five aere5 of very tine fruit laud near

To have given up would have meant, cal during the warm weather. quite 111 with them. any kind done you, and as far a.. any action of station (from which a little Wit.theo/ for
of Dorchester. Live on cool milk, fresh eggs and fruit mine goes, that Injustice shall be rectified. section houwesl containing beautiful
death for Mrs. Lois Crags thesick
Nlsbet recently
Rosstter I). St. Clair was on
and Mrs. Alneswortb -
Mr. with cereals alternated
had endured untold and vegetables, pencil orchid of 100 trees, mostly
Mass. For years she list with a cold but Is better now, young
Miss Bessie Ilodgon -
Mrs. Paddlsoo
trouble and fur breakfast.Use Yours respectlfully In hearing, bore a !fine crop this year
misery from a severe lung able to do his share toward exterminating -
obstinate cough "Often," she writes,"I J. E. M. lJod eoo. P. A. McMillan and he raos'i'iltoes.J. lemons and limes freely-about B. K. hiAnnnesTT.DEMOCRATSATTENTION fruit good size and exceedingly rich
breathe and sometimes and many others went to Oak Hammock one limo or ball a lemon ton tumbler. lUvor. A little liouse near station always
could could not scarcely speak. All doctors and reme- Bovine, on Thursday, to the picnic., a )r. Field and wife have been downat full of drinking water. I rents for 11 or fl,5O: per month.
dies failed till I used Dr. Klng.'s :New notice of which was published In. a previous Fort Pierce visiting )'r. and Mrs. Keep out of the sun as much all possible Experts pronounce this soil particularly
for Consumption and was com-' Issue of the ADVOCATE.Don't Arthur Buck, and to Incidentally see and do not gulp down tw 'much adapted to grape culture. Price 1200.:
Discovery cured." Sufferers from coughs, how they celebrated the 4tli. Ice water when your body Is overheated ; To tbe Democratic Voter at the Primary J. 1' SAwrr.i.i.E.
colds throat and lung trouble need this Fall-to Try Thin. William Smethle recently left for a alp.It lowly. / Election My name, July appears l.'tlu on the ticket for a lIardtiovlll".Fla

grand remedy for It never disappoints. three months' visit to his old home In member of the Kxecutltre Committee from .
Cure Is guaranteed by B. R. Wilson &: Whenever an honest trial Is given I to Richmond, Va. He looked forward to Hade County f ainl For Halo. the First District, and as I live\ I In the A Flue Home For Sale.
Son. Price 60o and $1. Trial bottles free. Electric Bitters for any trouble It Is recommended his visit with a great deal of pleasure, Second District I could not serve) from -

for, a permanent cure will be as he had not been home since comingto For sale, cheap, the northeast quarter the First; therefore please do not' vote A model southern borne In South end

For Sale. surely etfecte<1. It never the falls kidneys to tone and Indian River, over 15: years' agD.Foley' of southeast quarter of section: 3, township for me. It would have given me pleasure of Ilravard county, on the Indian River,
the stomach, regulate ::1'1. south of range II east; close to to serve on the Committee from tbe In the center of the pineapple belt. Nice
Indian River about bowels, stimulate tbe liver, Invigorate the blood but the ticket has 0-room I dwelling and out-bulldlng Ten
An Ideal home on ; the blood. It'. a Kidney Cure purifies O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on Second District, as '
seven acres of land; good house, paintedand the nerve and purify for rundown, by straining out impurities and tones up St Lucie !Hirer; 4O acres. two of our best old land marks on It, I' acres In fruiting pineapples; < orange
la good: repair: fruit trees shade wonderful tonic Iyatems.Electric kidney thewholesystem. Cures kldneyandbladfat Also, the northeast quarter of northeast think that that il Is suf tcient. lemon, lime and grapefruit trees-roost
trees, tropical shrubs and flowers. A Bitters positively cores disorders troubles. Sold by Wilson\ &: Hon.: quarter of section 18, township 38, W. K. HANuzRa. all have fruit on them. Beautiful yards
troubletlatomach ,
water. Price and liver aDd flower garden. Will be sold at..a
never falUng spring of pure rheumatism south of range 41 east; on south fork of >
moderate, good reasons for selling. For nervousness and, sleeplessness expels malaria. Satisfaction A FEW APPLICATIONS of J1a cock'. St. Ladle River; 40 acres. Apply: toCHAS. Hound kidneys are safeguards/ of life. bargain. For full particulars"address :

further particulars, address, nearalgia, B. R. Wilson & Sow Liquid Sulphur will cure any case of : II. WALTON, Make the kidneys healthy with Poley'sKIdaey "C.
L. W. C. guaranteed by Wilson & 1:100.t Care ADVOCATE TUaavtlle Fla.
Care ADTOCATB, Tltnsvlile,,Fla. Only 6O cents. Ground Itch, at J. B. SerenD .. Tltusvllle Fla. Cure. Sold by : : ,



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''II j! so lately retuw-rt tor the sixth time" "TH EAST COAST OP FLORIDA 1Torid !lb

J" "The sixtieth you mean" she said, is PARADISE REGAINED." .
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'1, r the tapping rug., "her silken sandaled foot" on. Ilrftta j '

d, 1 I / "It will/ be tbe six hundredth beforeI
1 : Nt. give you up." FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.

"Doubtless your boldness this evenIng -

1\\ I; ,I Ir I wlilb comes occurred from that on tin ridiculous field today.mistake. oi FI LOCAL TIME CARD No. 41.In Effect June 8, 1902.

I ""'hot tnlsf ke7""Don't > 4 .
tell/ iue tbat you dldu't: bear"She -

i ,j jI j'j'i beoltated. 38'No. ar MAIN LING No. 7- 3tIDaily

I "Do tbe dead bear?" ; + l>etl, Daily Daiiy5COpiaotOaLv !
,,,1\ certainly do not "
1 I "They snore.
I Small crops, unsalable vegetables "Well, then, do those who snore I .....................1..k onYIII.................... ..A. 701p 810. y
.' from of I 011 pltO 8... LY..8o.JeckennYIU..........,.... ....L. II U. .:
result want
heorr"Yon /lep nl'la' ...................... I> 740a ;
i bad censed to snore when I- ,4 .......................et.Aneuatke..5... ..... "fO 706a i'
.ilPp-OIP ........ ... .. .. .....E..I P.Ltka.e. ................... 4 e boa a'
when the lieutenant colonel" .4 ........:...:..:........... Neoga.! .....................,.... tip I e 17. 0
1 ,{i Potash.Vegetables evf-r mind. Rosamond what the N. IS 101..' ..........................Bunnell............. .............. .4 S'I> e O6a)(
IQ up ..........................1upont.. .......................... 3071'i 6 69ae I.
lieutenant for the ,seventh time" ; j:: S lip etp..........................Day'.n.' ........................... fp 11113.
V. at I > ........................PortOrange.............:.......... Olp II 1J. egg00p
1 arc especially "The lxty-flrt.. you mean." lOll ........................NewBmTrt.. ......................... IITp 4W. .1a.
\ "Well!, tbe sixty-first time to ask the ....... ..........................Oa'Hill., ........................ .24p....... iI
j j 1\y fond of Potash. Write for r r ....... Slip ........................Tltuayl1l........................ 43p.a
{. I' woman 1 love the only woman I have ........ ............................Cooo.......................... UP..o.
,{.' our free pamphlets. ever loved or will (!\,('r""Can't '0 ...... .O .........................Rookled"..........................1 0 p ....... "'I >a
t'f',1' f .. ... ...... 6 SO p .;.......................Ji.u: 0..111.. ......................... .0 p ....... '4!:oil:
j i .. GERMAN KALI WORKS you change tbe form of your I ... ...... .. ....................Meibourne........ ..... ..... 81" .... !o; aY
w, proposal You have used those words L a ? ..... .1"1'" ..... ....................8eba.tlan ......................... U 68 a....... v
( II.1Nu""S" ..Nsw York.Accented I I W4.. ; .....: ..........................SI.Luole..o................ 1106x....... :orb
every. time. E........ I O > ...................... ..F\r.l't\ e........................ 11 oo.. ...... eni8p.
"I will. try. It Is whimpered among ...... ..............: .........Wfll4t (;r ty........................ 10 411. ....... '" ytru '-
Tri-'SVeekly Sailings. ;. ...... /p ...........................Tlbhal............................ 10 8oJ. ....... ;:
i'l the officers' wives""None I ...... ',p ............................Eden............................ 101/8./ ....... r
: Free and of their wives! wus present. ...... SO p...........................J..I1........................... 111111... ....... Ii
: a ....... 00 p ............................8lu.-......................-... 11 16 a....... ,SiS Ii'o'
: ,"I I Masons, "Tbelr 'husbands told them-tbat I BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW 'YORK.Calling ....... 'SOP .......................Jnpe 8nuo<1........................ O44a.. ...... e I'llt
f. had won your heart only to throw It ....... Up ........................We.tluplto'.p..... ..loJ... .....- :
I 92 ....... Up .....................WeaG P.lm Beaob..... ................ 888. ...... tOIJ
,i'4, awayg that you not 1"- at Charleston S. C., both ways) ....... Up...................... .Bontoo......................... 888 a ...... .l v
"Cease such gosklp. I do not wish to ....... 9 Up .......................Ft.. 1..l1derd.l...................... T M ...... r:
: Indian No. 00 The Finest in the tJoastwise Service .......1Q 21 p ................ ..Lemoll CtlT....................... S es a// ..... p
hear It. Steamships ..... .. 10 30p Ar.........................Miami .....................v. ......
"At the officers' men this evening I
i I,,: River Titus vllle,, BUFFET PARLOR CARS ON TRAIN 811 AND 7aBItANC1
saw by their looks that
something had The Clyde New England' and Southern Lines.

I,; Lodge. r \ Florida. happened and I overheard n remark Direct Service Between LINES 8CIIEDULES.
1 Hold It and fourth Friday coupling my name with 'It If
""j niMtiuir the nnnonil yours.
i of each month at; tb.l late Armory, Titus- false" I snld. 'Ontlcoien.: I have tho Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points '
1\\ vale, at 1:tail o'cl-iok p. m. 50.57 N..55 Daly N.49 Ne.47 l PALATBA. 111.46 No.48 N.. SO Ne, e4 No. S9IaU7.
(' J. R. Walker, Worshipful Muter. honor to announce my engagementwith ) latly Dal y D.Uy D1LANC8. Daily Lally Drily Drily Daily
J. L.Carruthon Honlor Warclon.. :MlHn, Itoxamond IVrt! ..' (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways)
D 3 D 4. aara tO 1 i p 9 p 10p
T. II. .lur for
8ai. ler", Warden.
i J.M.lMzon: / TrMurer.K. : "You dared to do std.-h a tblng; Boiithbound.......................SEMIWEEKLY.. ........ .. ..SAILINGS... .. :..... ..... ..from Lewis Wharf, Boston top /top 4 00 p 112 01 p 8 46 IAr E.Paiatka Lv1 a OO a S M a 17 96 p 305n 00 pNa

I' I J..A.HnKkes A. Morgan,,Cha K cretary.j dada.Il "1 did. 1 I. beg of you. Uosiimond: ; Northbound............... ........... _. ... ..... ...from foot of Catherine Street, JackaonTlllo 7 Na 19 Na 46 Ns SODe
j (, j i J.:H.:Brrovan, Heniur IMaean.. sweetheart, to confirm whut I have Lally MATED Dally Dilly

t I I ,R. K:. Mime, jr.. Junior Ueaoott.f said.' He put his arm about her find ... ... . ..
Sp v... ... .. r.,, / li
i .. ( Steward. St. Johns River Line. p
I V, M.i. Vanland Taylor,Junior nghaiB.: i Btewaril.Senior, 'drew, her toward him "fjo lit once to Clyde 91 i e sit a Ar ., . ....BawnMateo........., ,.. ... .Lv 6 BS x 1 !0 p8w

:! I P. W. Itoberts, Tyler your father and tell Win of our en (DeBary Line.)
I II gagement.., BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SA FORD. I Lu j No.17 No.S MAYPORT no.l0 I No. it DN..20 Ne.22 iurann.
Dally Drily Dal.y Dally Dally
"There Is no need to do that," Stopping at Palatka. Aitor, St. Fraud. Kerenfor (DeLand), Blue Spring and intermediate land. atlua IEteua nun
1'i .J; PREMATURE "Why not?" IniCiou tbvHt.Jobu'iitUrvr.. 3i p 0 40 y 4 p 2 3 p 8 BO rvack.onrll,. A. r 00 a 8 40 a 3 p / O p 9 p
STEAMER "LOUISE." Capt. C. II. BROCK. asap Hp / 3p 20p 988a BJack.on'tlsLv el2e 582a 262p I01p lip
"Because, she said dropping her S 3i p 94 p 530p 40 p :o to Pau opeach e fo r 800 190 p e to p 40 ploI0op

; rS ENGAGEMENT bead on his breast "I uononuced It to IS APPOINTED BAIL. .A. .* FOLLOWS. ...... ..t p ArAlMsyiporrih 0 S30p p
Leave. Foot CatberI1l4l8troet.J.ckJIoodlle.. .... . .Tn. and Saturday' at 60 p. m. 744 Lv 600n
him as loon as we returned from the Le..ve&lItorI.. .... .... ........ . ...... .. .. .. .. .. ... .Muudii. )*and .fb..nd..y..at6Iw..m.. .
? .Dlzl Flyer Rout Bleeping Car operated on trains S and 97.N. .
-.;; sham battle this afternoon. --
L h rtis." Cen'l and Ticket Off ice 204 W. St. Jacksonville.A.C. .
P 1 [ rlglnlll.J I'. A. MITCHEI: Passenger Bay ,

'The bam battW was at Its boleht. A HAOBIvnr, lCa t'o P....... Agt. F, M.IROVMO.NOKR: !: .1M.,Anst.Oeo..PM.. Agt. Daily.. 11 I SATTFOROBKAJiOH I No.I/all/12+ Daily No. 3 Daily No. 1 I ORANGE BRANCH CITY D.ity No. 2 I Dally No. 4
y officer TO CURB A COLD IN ONE!: DAY Itf State St., New York I !MH West Buy 8t..Jauluuuvllla Fla li 4
I' F. ;young ,galloped' up to the Tenlbt'J Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. THO9. 1>.HALKY.: Local' rreKhcAgent' I O. P.WYA;LL. AMI.k;la. Supt.. 7 Oj a Lr... tuvvire...., E9 p 3 109 p |IO 1O a L.V.. ..N. t mr na..Ar IS p 8B3 p
'. -infautry standing In an open field and rat HoKan 8t .Jacksonville Fla. | Foot; Hogan.t.. Jauknonrlllo,Fla. T 18 a Lw..Mints..Lv } 07 p 8 149-p ,U 81 a LT..Lake Helen...Lr 21 H? P
called out to colonel All druggists refund the money If It alls JOHN. !>. HOWARD,Superintendent| Foot Hoicau ttt.,J...,kHOOTUi... ...1.... S 89 a Itr. Oauen..Lv 11 6.1 a 11 4 i 03 p ill b9 a Lv..Orange Cit!...Lv 12G p 91 p
I'" the{ : to cure. E. W. Grove's signature Is on TIIEO. a. 1:OkR, General Maoatcer. W JlI. f Cl.Vl>.,. a sae.: ,.General AgemU.UwwbroaKb 8 Ma8O Lr.... nt<'rprlaa....LT 11 SO a 401 i p 111 44 a Ar.Orange Cl.y Jct.Lv 15p Slip 1
'"The Judges have decided that your each> box. 25cta.Larsreot Hulldlnir. 19 State St..Oppufilta Hatter !'ark. New "ork. _>'I) a c A ..Snnford .L 11 00 a

; /regiment baa been slaughtered. C. II. WALTON. Agent, THiwvIile, Fin Theo Tlnw Tables show the time. at whl'h train. may be expected to arrive and depart
,l ""141M olflcers<< all killed?" .. from the oreral itatlons, but their ai,'rival. or departure at too times stated lo not guaranteed.nor
!. l ; "E5very oue." Incubator In the World. from.does the Company hold itself rospoailble for any.delay or any ooncaqueno arltlug thore-

"Good." said the colonel, sheathing According, to a Sydney puper. Austra
his word and unclitsplng his belt. Ira bus the lurtrfHt duck ranch In the SE..A.B: <>.. .:H.I> Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Mlama.

Iii world and bus Just completed<< with
r oJ 'Slncel ytn dead! fILtulto. A snack. BETWEEN MIAJVtA: KEY WEST AND HAVANA.'
the Incu
I fi P" H The coloneTcalled for his haversack, moot excellent succttis largest<<
bator III the world. The Incubator ban SOUTHBOUND. NORTHBOUND
prend his luncheon on a napkin, ate

I l' big fill washed it down wltb a pull at a rapacity of 11.440 duck eggs or 14.800 IT. Mtama,Mons. Weds.................It 01 pLy. Havana. ,Tue., Thurs ..............;..10 OOa
,Y / lie ben pgtn. The nmchlne Is built on the Capital City Route. AI'. Key NVent.Tnw. Thun...............12 80 pAr. Key WeetTnw.Thurs................ s 30 p
his flask and lighted a cigar. was In lau LT. Key Thud.............. 7 10 pLY. Ky Weit. Tu...Thu................ 7 00 p
II I j I rather young torn colonel only twentylive bofhoiiHp'principle fact hotbonne. The Shortest Route. Ar. "" We.t.Tues.Frlo. .... ............. 5 OO iv Ar. Mlama.. Wed.... Frlo. ................., fl OOa
I It stands' In the open<< and ll
''t but a bloody<< war hud killed offa For copy of Local Time Card address any Agent.
constructed of ordinary pine weatherboards
lot of men uliviid of hlw. The sun The Best Line.
; with corrugated Iron roof. Tb J. D. RAU11 ER, Asst. Gen.Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
I wan hot. and hi was very drowsy, BObe egg (rays each bold 130; duck or 100 ben i Only line wlllt Double Daily !:Service Including Sunday to .
left bin wen and walked way to an'
h 'I tree under whose limbs. ho stretched eggs and there are four of these end SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN!: PINES, RICHMOND

to end In eleven tiers one above the WASHINGTON:: BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, :NEW YORK
n'(, 'L1 his. graceful figure. .
t i 'I?, lIe was sleeping soundly when one oilier on 1'111'1111... of the room waking. WITH PULMAN'S:: BEST OAKS. r.c.n. ; :.'I- ..
MolMturt Is
4' of U.. contend, I n. Kent-ruin rode, by, the a total III or elghty-elKht.tteneath the bottom supplied tier! The Florida and Metropolitan Limited a solid vetitlbuled train, St. Augustine and FOPTCI *. ,. .,.

\ general on whose tilde the colonel was |puns Jackitonvllle to New York, courtlsiinKof Dialog, Compartment, Composite ,)
IN l Baltimore ry ryPhlladalphia
The bent JunondoVashlngton
or supplied by meansof
I'' triij'H. .
arrayed. Heviis IWt.tlllIl'lIl1h'd' by his Observation aud l>riwlog.HoolU. Sleeping Curs.
.steam pipes from the boiler which Boston Atlanta f
staff and bin daughter/ riding, a brown Only line opoiatlng dally through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville New Orlean
//1 Is kept onmuutly I going to furnish motive Chattanooga L.otiiville .
d" filly aud clad In a hublt u'laulllt'd.wltb. for thenrloim works In For sleeper reservations and further information write .
II i lace."What's. power Cincinnati !;t. Louis Kansas) CitxPittsbur
*iii )'Iy told the matter wltb Colonel Lis <-oniH'"'tlou with the ",," hIlMh J..nt. The A. O. StAcDOXKl.r, AHM. Gen. 1>..1111. Agt. Jacksonville Florida.J. Detroit ClevelandChicago

I 1, Incubator In said lo. "" working well 11[. BARB R. E. L. BUNCH, ,'.
I' I ter? demanded" the general. lieutenant and/ bringing out n 'large percentage of I. V. 1'. O. M., lien. Pans. Agt.t'OKTSMOUTH etc. .
"Ue'ii dead replied
UIK-UH. 'I'hlu season the machine has VA.
colonel cou1lng'np..
I 1U ! from
brought to cent
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The general's) daughter shrieked 5h8SOUnIERN '
I it!1 ::111, proptletuj4 has about .OOO duckllnga.
her bands and would" have
f threw Dixie Route
up !
The Incubator' will be watched with Flyer .
fallen from her horse bad not the chief
much Inlcrt-Ht l h y I Ihe American lucu-
II l of staff caught her. There woe a senftnUou -
i bulor nifii.. -Joiinml. of Agriculture.The RAilWAYHaUTE k
I among the olllcers present, but '
no ono laughed. A sudden" thrill like WESTERN
,\ .J The Opck'. App.iite. route of the-
through the
a death struggle, passim
f factories may shut down tbe CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITED TRAIN-
but this he
I colonel's body,
Whistles cease to blow mny
'It showed no sign of consciousness. The and -
stop and clouds.. obscure the sun but
f general flushed a Rlnnco: 'at his daughter the ducks know when mealtime comes, DIXIE FLYER SLEEPING OARS. ._ THe Southern's Palm Limited ""t

;., as though be wished a stray shot and they never miss tbe correct time The Chicago and Florida Limited Is quickest train from St.. Augustine and '
; ': would' knock out her silly brains. Jacksonville. THe Washington Richmond and
by five minutes.The
'I4 p. "He's not really I1I.'IHIIIIIII! Hosn- noise sets In promptly at feeding Chattanooga Nashville, LouUvlllo, St. Louis and Chicago: with Pullman's Florida Limited
I moat," whispered the chief of staff. finest Observation aud Uiawlng R'tom, Sleepers, Dining cars etc., through without
time and the
h<( "This Is a sbutii. you know" food and as promptly Is as heard change. The tatious Dixie Flier nil the year rouud sleeper via. Atlanta and THe New YorK and Florida, Express
no more
"0111" gunped the lady, turning crim appears l\artln.( through to :St. Louis without. chAnge./ '
until another mealtime. : TO THE,, EAST.
son. No one could tell whether she For Information relative to rates, schedules etc.- write to...
Tbe oft repented assertion that a
was pleated or grieved at tbe Informa E. J. WALKER Fla. Pans. Agt Jacksonville Fla.
than chicken Is THe
', duck eats more n not. Chicago and Florida Special
lion all thing, considered! strictly true C, E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass. Agt II. F. SMITH, Traffic Manager

"Didn't the Tenth carry the works indited' that n duck can eat twice as Atlanta On. Nachvllle, Tenn. THe Florida Limited
on Cliuckeni bill)" nuked the general '
fust hen and four times as much ,
ns n --- -- - --- TIDE
the lieutenant TO NORTH AND WEST.
t "No general. replied
at a feed then site goes quietly off Into
.. colonel "the Judges decided that we t the shade and Is not heard from until YsrENI.The

were slaughtered. and all the held of.I tbt* next 1111'1111111I1''ht'rl"ull a chicken'sgullet PLANT=

( I ricers killed.. Ix hike Tennyson's I.'ook-Uen. : Pullman Sleeping, Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via

t Y "Humph! replied tho commander. may come and men may go. but It go'sOil "'" Asheville through "The Land of the Sky.

"Thu matter should have been reportedto forever" I have never<< yet seen Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated ia

uio nt once." And putting spurs tog a chicken stuffed to repletion duringIts Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections: connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway

his horse, he rod on. followed by his life. Then too ducks mature much To the East via all rail. The Atlantic Coast Line via Charleston Richmond Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through I

daughter, staff and escort earlier and wore uniformly than chick and Washington. The :Southern Railway via Savannah Columbiaand trains.

They were no sooner out of sight vim. \\'1'1111much more nnd! give
1 than tbe colonel sat up. fwd larger proportlunateireturne.-! << To the West t The Southern It'y via Jesup Atlanta" and Chattanoojto. The L A

"That's the most ridiculous giveaway Josuphlne O' eull'l In Commercial. x, via MontRomery. The. Southern It', via Savannah, Columbia

I ever beard of. That's why we. ;poultry. AshovUle. The 1\[ & 0 R'y via Montgomery.: P. CAREY, FU P_ Act.. J08 W. Bay St. Jacksonville FU.
cnift make soldiers of women. No matter
To f the East via Steamship VIII Savannah and 1 Ocean S S Co., for New York
jp how strong a front they present The rnrlai e4 La.... rhll.idelphlaan.1 Boston vU :Savannah and Merchants MIner. S. H. HARDVICK, V. H. TAYLOE

tbirro'a no knowing! but that If a mouse The Walter-You'll find our calves' Transportation Company for n..lthnore.I General Passenger Agent, Ast' Coal P... Af oat,
should run through; their, ranks they liver very fine. To Key West and Havana vi4PortTanipa and renlnsular: Occidental SteamshipsTo ,

would give way to panic. Here I've Tbe Professor don't want so much Nova :Scotia:; : Cape Ureton and Prince Edwards. Island, via Boston and Canada W.uh1nct-. C AtUata, Ga.

been hanging about ht\- for months, as tlint. ttrltiK me a portion of the liver Atlantic and Plant Steamship line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Charlottestown. J'......_ I!. 1909.' .

cringing, pleading, she throwing me '
of one culf.-Chicago Tribune.
t off, fooling me all\ the while only to S'C'1oEJrI.:: TO'D'EI.JS"rS:: : TXOX3.ETSwill : "

let It out In this. nllly fashion. Well.Kile's be on sale throughout the Northern E.iatern Western and Southern States to

In for It now. army the talk of J:>....".. .4DON'T nil FLORIDA RESORTS via the Plant System, during the season of 1001.11J02.lIm- THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE
i t.'y garrison In the and If she ited to return until May 3lst with liberal stopover prlvlledges Florida.! ,

refaaes me again they'll nil any that It WAiT. Addresses of parties. In the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally supplied

was 1 who didn't come up to the If knew how SCOTT'S with Information and handsome advertising matter. Patente4 In the United States, Great Britain and Canada

scratch." you For Information na to rates, sleeping car reservation, etc., call on or write to

The soliloquy' was Interrupted J py? a EMULSION would build you F. M. !. PRICE, $4.00 and 8.00 EACH. Should: be used by every Boat Builder In the U. 3.

huzzas.roar of artillery Then the volleys bugler sounded of musketry a re up increase your weight 133 West Bay St., Astor Division Block,Passenger Jacksonville: Agent., Fla., la Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States

'IIU. Tbe battle woe over. strengthen your weak throat B. W. W re n n Passenger Traffic Manager Savannah Ga. For Sale by

"This corpse." remarked tbe colonel and lungs and put you in con W. B. DENHAM GaneralSuperlntendent Savannah Ga. Jas. Pritchard & Son ,

rising, "goes to qminors.) Tonight be dition for next winter you TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.SEE .
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gore to receive the I1l1rrt.'I1<1l'r.
to take it
l Taps was sounding when tbe colonel I would begin now. TIlE TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS.
Rend for tree Mimnle and try it. JOB PRHTTHTG .
General Pertle's He ---- --------- -- -----
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1 called for Miss llosamond. and afteri _A 409413.....,. and earl fl ro Mrcrt. nil,dnnntleta.New \urk.<< THE ADVOCATE

i considerable.. delay the lady came down. .. 1" OF ALL KINDS JOB PRINTING OFFICE
Uosaiuond.," be said, "pnrdon me for

it !coming to you again after,.bavins been LaThe ADVOCATE: does job printing. ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE. prints all kinds of 7oamerclal: Stationery Wedding: Stationery, Cards 1'111. Etc.:

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-RIVER. Do not always receive the sympathy and attention which*
TITUSVILLE they deserve. Their ailments are regarded as purely
Hon. R. Hudson Burr Dade's Popu- imaginary, or natural and unavoidable at their tune of
FLORIDA. life. Disease and infirmity should not always be nssocij j
ate<.t with old ajre. The eye: of the gray haired grandsiremay
lar Legislator, Announces Candi- be as bright and the complexion as fair as any of w f
his: younger and more vigorous companions.
t J. G. BAST, Proprietor.
dacy and Platform.Stands Good Blood the ooiot ofhoalthy old ago for it regulates
and controls every part of the body, strengthen the nerves, makes the :
A DUCK SHOOTING Out in the Open as a People's Man and Promisesa muscles elastic and supple, the bones strong and the flesh! firm; but when
p .
and loses its health
this life fluid is polluted or poisoned nutritive sustaining "
W- s t It 4 and FISHING. Full and Fair Consideration of the Produccers elements, then there Is: a rapid decline of the vital powers, resulting
.. .. in premature old age and disease. Any derangement of,the blood quickly
__:,,"':"'t = -: f''* Rights. Refers to His Record at Tallahassee.TO shows itself in an ulcer, sore, wart, tumor or some other troublesome '
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:' ;.. .; Rates: f2.operdl'Y.;
.;"":;'-- -- growth upon the body, and rheumatic and neuralgic pains become almost
THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF FLORIDA: constant, accompanied with poor digestion and cold extremities.S. .
$10 and $12 per week S. S. being purely vegetable, is the snfest and
.--- --- In announcing: my candidacy In the next Democratic Primary for the best blood purifier for old people. It does not shock.:.: l'
office of Railroad Commissioner. I deem It proper to state explicitly the or hurt the system like the strong mineral remedies
JACKSONVILLE.: : policy which I shall pursue. If I shall be elected.I but gently and thoroughly cleanses the blood and ,.

am not an enemy of the railroads of Florida. I recognize In them stimulates the debilitated organs when all bodily
Important and essential agencies In building up\ the prosperity of the great ailments disappear. S. S. S. is just such a tonic as old people need to
State of which I am proud to be a citizen. But I recognize a decided dif improve a weak digestion and tone up the Stomach. If there is any hereditary -
II VIAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ference between the railroads as agencies of civilization and the acts and taint, or the remains: of some disease contracted in early life, S. S. S.
will search it out and vestige of it from the I
remove every system.
policies of many of the men who control them" who have shown a nar-
Write MS fully about case and let our physicians advise and help
row and grasping spirit In their dealings and l who have by burdening the your l
business of you.: This will cost you nothing, and we will mail free our book on blood
the with
Opposite postofflce. Centrally located. and State unreasonable and exorbitant rates unquestionably -
Thoroughly re
and skin diseases. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY Atlanta. Ga.
retarded growth In and
prosperity ( population In many.of tho best: sections __
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted .. of the State. -
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It Is not disputed by any responsible authority that a railroad bor -- ---- -
Rates $2.50 per day and up. Official Supply House of The Illinois Jt'lRhermcn'suoclatlon..
rowing as It does from the State the public right to own and operate -- .. -- -- ---- ---
I I B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. public highways, takes upon itself special obligations!; to the State to conduct -
The Chicago Net and Twine Co.
, Its business In such a way as to promote the public welfare.
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Cheap and efficient transportation Is essential toile public welfare, Manufacturer: of-
WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets. and the public Is Justified in demanding not as. a favor but as an Inde- b.
, JACKSONVILLE, TLA. feasible right, that the railroads shall furnish transportation for freight F
, and passengers as good In quality and as cheap" in price as It Is possible,
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- consistent with the protection of the rights of tho owners of the property 0
thus used in the
public service.
ed thin season. Flue cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water .-- E

, Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All a

street oars pass the door. lutes, $4,00 to $2.50: per day. .

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. = toh
FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Do crlptlon. a

!n."ll'I'sla> Seine Twine, Maitre fold, Rope, Ktc. rn
NEW i VICTORIA HOTEL Corner Main and Adams Sts.JACKSONVILLE Originators Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
FLA.' 70-81-8.1: E. 111.111..11St.. Chicago, III.
...Mention The AnvocATfc: In your letter...
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Everything new. Free Bus. Centrally located. Rates :$3.00\: and tU.30: per We RI'rombl'll'lIof: tho Illinois FlMliormen'i Amuiclatlon. _

day. European plan; rooms, 60 cents to f 1.00() each person.
R. BIXLER, Proprietor < -

: $. IF YOU WANT A...
SIAIIItIEZL.The j V .. .. .-
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Clarendon Inn and the Breakers, SEABREEZE. y 1} ...Building Lot


These two commodious houses at Seabreeze, the most popular summer resort or a lot with nUlLWNO READY FOR OCCUPANCY,

In Florida, will be under the management of Col. C. C. Post during tho LAND FOR AN OKANUK (1KOVK, I
summer season of 1002. Professor Sandold's Orchestra, from New York,
will play dally afternoon and evening. -

Guests can feel assured of a satisfactory table, and every attention to their Ve probably" have/ for sale Just what you are seeking.Settlers .
comfort. Rates _' to ; $10 to $12 week. Write for + a t1r.Tt '
$2.50 per day; per special mit {
t are (locking In but still there Is room. If you art
rates for families for the season. Address, C. C. POST, Seabreeze, Fla.. I
looking this way, drop a line to
Ir ,
JAS. E. INGRAHAM Sr.IVIce.PrMl.lent.<.<1 \



Opposite, Heating's New Casino and Pier. This handsome new modern l r ,
hotel situated on the finest Surf Bathing( Beach In Florida In. now open for P !r C23AS. ICTILE cSc CO. ..

the Spring and Summer trade. Large airy I'ooms. Exchange and Dining g"da
; n?. nil'V.. ii..r *t., JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.
Room overlooking ocean. Fine cuisine and service. Terms $8 to $IS per

Winter House: GRAND ATLANTIC, Daytona, Florida. 6
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-- 0(, ; Full.

The railroad business Is monopolistic In Its very essence for the
Individual who uses it has generally no choice but to accept the service EXPRESS
The Leamington WEST PALM BEACH, tendered at the price which the carrier sees fit to ask or else to go out PREPAID z PREPAID
FLORIDA.W. of business. Railroad managers are but human, and It is natural that -4 ,
they too often abuse the tremendous power thus placed in their hands to ypi ; 'i I

C. ERNST, Manager extort fn the well known phrase of a great railroad magnate "all that the $$39'I ?
traffic will bear" which means leaving to the individual producer a bare \19
On Lake Worth, opposite Postofflce and business houses. Large verandas. Ihlng.-and taking for themselves the lion's share of the profit of the Indus- r'' 1 -
of the community. It was to meet this situation that Railroad Commissions I 6Qt5
strictly: first-class. Summer Rates, $2 per day. Special by the week. try have been established.The .

---- people of Florida have had the services of a Railroad Commlnlon I 4 50 I Daz
HCNDKItSONVILLn.: N. C. for nearly five years. I would not belittle what has already been accomplished .-
but we all know that many of the worst evils remain untouched.

Today the producers of Florida are .paying rates dlsproportloned to / I Qt. DELIVER fOR
the services rendered by the railroads. $12Oy

Today the lion's share of the product of our toil goes Into the coffers' .r e' Oo
Old Stone Mansion in a park of fifteen acres. .
of these great corporations.
For Rooms and Terms address: Today our produce must compete In the markets with the produce. of Agents fur ,lie 1'uliMt llrewliitf Co.

Mus. FREDFJUKA, S. CANTWELL.I !: other sections which enjoy through; the action of their Railroad Commissioners ... .. -
or through the more enlightened spirit of the managers of their
I railroads rates much lower than ours.

r-- NEW YOKK Our Commission has performed great service In collecting claim And 1) ont lake. P ills!cure They constipation temporarily

In like matters; but these things could have been done at the cost of tarn by agitating the
43th: Street, bet. Broadway and Sixth Avenue, inconvenience to the Individual, through the courts. nut Wf
bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the \liver
NEW YORK. have not gotten the relief we had a right to expect In the exercise ,of the secretes enough bile to make the .. Intestines
greatest prerogative of the Commission-the power to make rates-a pow. execute their natural function 0
A Modern Fireproof Apartment Hotel. Central and Desirably er lodged In no other body. They have given. us freely relief which we ural altatloncauseJ: by cathartics, j compels e
I Located. With every Comfort and Convenience. could otherwise have secured but the CONTROLLING forces of the present continual and Increasing doses to
Commission have too often shrunk from the exercise of the higherand attain the results. n
Furnished and Unfurnished )
more Important function of REGULATING RATES. I
,I' I make these plain propositions to the people of Florida: on the

First-That we have a right to demand lower freight and passenger r liver: cures Chills
the GREAT TRUNK LINES AND SYSTEMS which operate la
rates over ; and form of
and Fever, every
Hotel Marlborough our State, though we must recognize that spin, of the smaller railroads e Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and Inter
are not In'position to make such reductions
Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
Second-That In violation of law and Justice special privileges In the
Broadway, :WtU and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. trouble, works permanent cure.
way of free passes and perhaps of preferential freight rates, are given to
400 Room 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric light. Con individuals practice which besides giving undue advantages. to the re FIFTY CENTS PER DOT f:Lll.
cipients of these favors and Injuring those to whom. they are denied, raises
ducted on American and European plans, and I Is managed under the personal the prices which the general public has to pay. and worst of all. introducesa II. WILSON & 80N.

subtle and dangerous form of corruption Into our'public affairs. ... -- - .. --. .
supervision of the owner. -- -
E. S. CROWELL, Manager. If I shall be chosen by you to serve the State in this Important capacity
I pledge myself to use every honest effort to remedy these abuses. ""\: CREAMY
-- -. As an evidence of my sincerity In the matter I refer to the bill pro- VORJVLSliWHITE'S 1 r
Tiding THREE CENT PASSENGER'FARES for the railroads of Florida, !
lotel Broadway and 41st Street: Introduced by me In the legislature of 1901 and passed through ute lower j* *Ji5&slf/ r1P..Vi'VS ISi'f.j

Yendome NEW OaK CITY. house. For 20 Yeag iia; Lf,1 liixPMP.IWI 1 3 1euiessJQ( T 1
I believe It Is possible, under the proper operation of a Just fearless :: %.a :a.ay X :X'Uo.GIr.cT: _.
FIREPROOF. 300 rooms, single and en suite, with private baths and toilet and Impartial Commission, to bring about a better relation between the [ by ""'" S JAMEO P. SALLAHD: St. t-Qulg.
carriers and producers of the State to encourage a better and more
rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms tl.80;large rooms $2; and with wholesome growth of our great Industries and to found a more lastlnc.0llpf'rH.
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private bath $2.50 per day and upwards. The management la under the personal she State. R. HUDSON BURR. The ADVOCATE does neat, clean Job Piloting.I' .

FRANK GRUZX(, Manager: Little March 16th
supervision of the owner. River, Fla., 1002.

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Ii ilk Li; ;ffrl 7.9 nOJ& 'I THE BRATION FOURTH IN OF TITUSVILLE.JULY CELE- Robbins & Graham Gc I i RZ.. ::SE.Ir.-DEALERS: :: : .IN-dr :3Rp:: .,



II 41 Wet Hay Street, erate and the boats made good time over PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.: We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAP.E8 FEI'i'I I i witti(
j \ We deal exclusively the above line of goods and-solicit! the trade of al)> .
,j : 7' JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. the 12-mile double triangular course. This company owns ?''n.
) and their ers Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your stui, ,
''I j I, Largest stock In this section of country. There times was six are as entries follows: corrected JLj .A. INT 3D S, E. L. BRADY BRO. TITUSVILLE, FI \ '

ll#,,' Established In I8U8. Mayflower, sailed by J. J. Tucker; In the Indian River Country; On the 8&.
i i \ Send tor descriptive catalogue. time 2:21:40Carttesailed: : !
by Fred Goodwin; time Lucie River; at New River and on UaBlscayne. ,y S. W. CARROLL

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Prices to suit the times.
;: .THE ANHEUSER BUSCH.. At the present day, authorities on skla Torpedo, sailed by John Goodwin; -Dealer In-
diseases concede and have demonstratedthat time 2:20:11.: : Send for Land List

i I skin diseases of every nature are )V. J. Bryan, sailed by II. Nauman; Titusville and Miami Fla. GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES I
Office at
Asso'srq ,
j Brewing caused by microscopic germs, baccllll gave up on taut round at east stake. ,
!! 1 bacteria, microsyms or other forms of Queen sailed by Burnhanv :Norwood: Crockery, Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Your Patronage SOIi"I/I,i i i.FLOUIDA. i. I
I 1i animaldecomposition. Hancock's Liquid time 20:34.Nemo: :: GEO. M. BOBBINS, .F. A. MORGAN .
hoti i i :Sulphur arrests. animal decomposition in sailed by J. W. JIcNamara; President,. Actuar;r.
101'm. and Is an absolute destroyerof at the of first -- -- -, -- ---- ------ ---- -------- --- -- --
I every gave up course roupd. -- ------ ----
I dull by Mo tir... F.A. Loxley and all germs In such diseases as Eczema, It was claimed the Torpedo fouled the Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,
HultKheum. Totter Acne which ruled the of INDIAN ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .
t (I'' R. L :Jrot1owTltuiivin Pimples Ringworm Bryan, Torpedo out v FUIUUSHAbstracts
Dlptheila, Sore:) Throat! and Open the race. But for this unfortunate event WILL
: t It I r By Mr, R. Mallow,Cocoa,Fla.H Sores. both of these. boats would have won of Title FLA.

: r JOSEPH ZAPF For Sale by J, B. SCREVEN, druggist, prizes, as It was the prize money was -roil LANDS IN- Is prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention" I I

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA awarded as follows: Brevard County.Office paid sacking for Yachts or for family use, Fair dealing Is my motto.
r"I First prize, $3rt, to Queen. *
'I Second prize, $'JO, to Mayflower T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor
f Sole Agent.
I under Law Office of
Third prize, $10, to Can le. -- aWhaler's
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I yl*/ 'I.. A NEWSPAPER OF 1800. Capt. C. F, Fischer, of Titusvlllo Mr.\ OEO. M. ROB DINS,

I r 010 to 620 West Bay Street, George Kuhl, of !Shiloh, and Mr. Geo. TITU8VILLK, FLA

: f. JACKSONVILLE, FLA An ADVOCATE. reporter recently madea Uinuras.. of Rockledge.,, were the judges-
i I trip to the :Mime section to enjoy some for the boat race. t Jewelry Store.

s ; i \ grown of the there delicious by Mr.. peaches Dick Rocker.. and plums WillIe TUB!: TOUKNAMK3T.: East Coast Meat Markel!

East End Cafe The tournament commenced at 2:30:
i J there Mr Rocker showed our reporter p.
i ,i,1 t, quite a valuable newspaper, the Ulster m., and was witnessed by a ,large crowd. G. F. DUREN, Agent. Watches] Clocks Jewelry Silverware Etc. |
The follows Mid
prizes were won as :
I County Gazette, published at Kingston:\ a= w7 ,
O ban first $2.1: D. B. Pritchard
;, 'i prize, ; c='C
J N. Y., on January 4, 1800. It .was in 0In
l second prize, $iS: ; R. M. Singleton:\ third
; I !'fill(ti! 1: Wines, Liquors and Cigars. deep our mourning honored on first account president of the General deathof prize, $S; S. Moody, fourth prize, 360. .-- -. SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine Watches

I ANIIAUSER BUSCH IlKEn A KPKC1AI.TV. George Washington, and contained TAE BALLOON AHCEoI:: ION. c::> and Jewelry. All work warranted for 12 months.

1 1f j' I; Out of town orders given prompt atten lengthy accounts of the life, death and Titusville much regrets the accident to :::::: Jl3r Mall Orders will\ receive prompt and careful attention
burial of this General, Statesman and
the balloon while It was being inflated;
,. 'I tlon. Jug. trade a specialty.By sage\ and of the universal love In which which necessitated a postponement of -- TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA. BJ
he held by his fullew ,
was countrymen the ascension and parachute jump until
/ FUKNISIIKD ROOMS: aud of their and '
4 I groat sorrow mourning/ Saturday moiolag. Those that remain O:= __ __ __ __ ______ __ __ ___'n' ___ __
i Cor. Bay and Catherine Sts, at his demise. Also of the Henate wait- ed until the next day were well repaid, -. -
I I I Ing, in a body on President Adams at for about I o'clock) Prof. DeComa launched = -c='C
i Jacksonville Florida.Mason's the president's residence, to answer his his balloon and ascended to a lieighth -.. Attention !
II I address to Congress, the principal sub t=3 Special
I -' of about DOth) test, when hecut his paia- TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.If .
ject of which was thenatlooal prosperity ,
chute loose and dexcondod to the ground
?! I j / Fruit Jars. and the revolt In Pennsylvania which had In a graceful and easy manner. .
I t I been suppressed by Federal" troops. Irs 1 GIVKN TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-,
i:.t- London despatches were of Oct. bath; of The fireworks display took place at 8o'clock ,,
PINTS: 00 cents dozen.QUARTS .
per and worth
m. was soelng.
"tfI! the previous having been clipped p. Hardware Tiinv Glassware
year arc Crockery
t made dim ,
:" from a London paper which had Just ar Major F. M. Taylor a grand Mir tp.p ,
Ey-P \ (5cts! per dozen. play. lie was assisted by Messrs. L. A.
rived by sail boat, and tells of the progress
I i J1I : of the war In France. This' paper Brady and N. A. Stumpe. r Harness and Stoves.
. SOB' "-$ GAL 01)) cts. per dozen being more than one hundred years old The Fourth< of July celebration closed -f .

1 is quite a valuable relic, showing as It with a Gland Ball In the Opera house, n. r r 'I'- (air Our Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly. ,
i I, G. 'I' BUNTING does the custons of that time, and Mr. which was attended by more than vOO -.I
Rocker has good reason to prize It highly. young people. Delightful: music was
j ; ; Futnlture. furnished by Koerger's! Orchestra, anda Jas. Fritcliard & Son. :
( j ? t' St. Augustine, Florida. delightful' evening was spent.
: Charles Fulton did work
ra Capt. good Postofflce Box 212,
I l looking after the property on the Mid. ,
1=1 1I I 9i We regret to have to chronicle the ( Titusvi11Ow: Florida- ;
\. t N lit + death of Mrs. Annie M. Walker, which way.Mr.. Wm. ]I. ]Me\ Far land was a busy ", ,.

took, place in North_ Titusville_ on Monday man that day looking alter the balloon -
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1\ I evening at eight o'clock, aged:\ years, the cause of death being heart duties, while Mrs.; McFarland
"'1 failure. She had been feeling III for several did noble duty as chief of the fortune-
Your House Goes in Smokeand
days, but her death was not anticipated telling tent. up Pineapples.
\\J''. f HO soon. The deceased lady was The balloon" ascension and parachute ,
LI i iE burled at the Titusville cemetery at 30::! jump was witnessed by several hundredsof you loose everything
( I o'clock on Tuesday afternoon, the members people, Saturday morning, and It was It is your own fault.
E v 06i of her family and a largo concourseof admitted\ to have been one of the finest H7M.ro: XxnEdurcixxGo.Huniclent : : .

friends following the remains to their balloon ascensions ever made In the to cover the value of the prop- We solicit consignments of all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables and
lust l lewtlng place. The Rev. A. M. Dalger south. The aeronaut and parachute full
? "" and household effects should be
I i erty car- Pioduce. All shipments receive our personal attention. Re- ('
held funeral services In the Methodist near Tax Collftutur Hull's incidence ried. Kates aivnot high. .
LJ'' i ir t church,and concluded them at the gmve.! while the balloon drifted In aootherdlrection we represent are solvent! reliable Thecumpanies and lib turns made day of sale. Stencil! or rubber stamp on application. Y

Mrs. Walker was born in,, New Horne, and fell near the 1'1 Vllr. eral. Claim are promptly adjusted. i i iSOOSJE iI
N. C., May 1(1( 18K, her maiden. name The I Indian" River B.lllc1V a great: attraction Don't to take I
co rrv neglect:\ out policy.\ :: : & =:: :-c7G-=:: :Ew- i.
.p uuinir Annie M Nelnon. She was married durllll.the\ day, and added muchto 8CIIUTLER & 3RANNINO i.r
tn CI'pt. ,W. ]R. Walker, at tteaufoit, the pluasme of I urn many hundred of r
I tt ; open up one of my bottler of She:! was the mother of six children The negro; mlnsrrel entertainment was Correspondence Invited. .
All of whom dead except Mr. well the It ---------
OLD WINE OU WII,[ KEY ate patronized during day. wall
j John R. Walker and Mr. W. H. Walker, free, and they had a special lent erectedfor : 1870.
and drink to the health and
/ prosperity of'I of Tltusvlliu. them at the north end of the Mid. / \
friends and X111ll/
self '
I Deceased was a "Estimable lady,
vory way.
RI" These goods:\ are pine and whole-ome.t' who had a host of friends throughout: The day was bountiful, Ice water and

t i 'I flavor.II ITnexcelled. for iloliness. strength and the south. Her loss Is. much cleploied, seats were plentiful, there wa no rowdy. M. Lane & Son
\ and much sympathy Is felt for tilt bereaved ism and everybody seemed have had ,
$\I t'I I nonr. T.. MOTLOW, family an enjoyable lime. t
.: > COCOA, FLA. Bleep on,belovnil,nlann and tags thy rest TltitHvllle'8\ storekeepers did an immense 250;} WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
Lay down tliy hrad upon| tby Huvlonr'S bi'aaM I business on the Fourth, and their SrwNU, 11 \ CHINE
; A. Wu love Uoml than wall,loud lint Jemm "li VKM! Uouil thou taut t| exchequers have been ovuillowing with :
!I J L. Ililclroth. nlnhtl nljiht night cash on account of It. Southern Fruit and Produce

J H r I a011 /So many people called\ at this office
Dealer In
Foreign Domestic
I Brands INDIAN RIVER PINEAPPLES during the Fourth, that it would takea
I column of space wore we to mention Ooro.L"O..1ssion.: : Merchants.r:
IIt Pineapples now being shipped in them all. Anyway, we wore glad to give
: Rum, Brandies, Whiskeys Gins large quantities from the pineapple dls- them..n hearty welcome to our sanctum,
l tt'lot along the Indian River country. The and hope they will again pay us a visit FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY. ..
Wines Bottled Ales
Beer and Stout. late rains have been very beneficial to when In town. 111

I The best whiskey and liquors served. by the fruit, and we bear of many shipmentsof There were some very stylish and Stencils, Cards and our quotations furnished on application.
polite and. courteous attention.A :2 Is It Is said by /growers there that pretty young ladies in town on the Vac are agents:\ for the above Sewing "
the pineapples will average a little small Fourth, anti It wax surprising where all\
first class line of foreign er this season than usual, but the percentage of them came from.: Machine, and keep a full line of vthe different ,

: and domestic cigars. of plants holding fruit Is very Mrs Geo. M. Robbins, as president of styles on band. P. Kuhlznaxi c& Co.
I II \large, so that the present orop will be one tho Midway, worked like Trojan to
FAMILY and Joint WALKER & co.
HOTEL TRADK Solicited from the Infllnn make what R.
I 944 of the largest ever shipped It certainly was-a grand
Prompt and careful attention given River country 'The crop being/ a success, which was ail mitt pd on all sides Titusville, Florida.

r 4 i to mall orders, accompanied by cash little late will see the Cuban and Nassau Mrs. Itobblns was ably assisted by the FLORIDAA
I, nines well,I cleaned up In the markets, Messrs. W. II. Mcfruland. Geo. M. I Kob s
,; ; L. A. IIlLI>UETtJ, leaving the Indian River's full control of bins and J. M Dixon; Mesdames Wm Hodgson Bros.EAU =

FORT PIERCE, ., FLORIDA. the field. With judicious marketing, II. MrKarland, M. A. ScilniKeotir, L. A. I :E.A.PPLES
the Indian River pines will bring! a good:\ Brady, !K. Jo;. Rollins F. A. Morgan, J. L. CJALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA.

-_ (round price. Buyers are flocking that Cariuthnis, .1. A. Collins, A. Brady, (>. Marine Railway.
way, and It is confidently expected that A, Frost; Misses Josephine Brady, Kate, A SPECIALTY.New .
"ffl JLtlJOLLEflfOF. a considerable portion of the crop will be Yandie and Franklo Stewart, Aluph General Merchants\ and t Ship: Chandlers.

I : MEDIC I 8NE-Rv? o S'i, ?' sold f. o. b.-The Ilomeseoker.B Marie MImI, L.Jeannette Uolteme Wilson, Willie, Annie May Gould Jones,, .Special Facilities.. York Agerys\ for Florida Fancy Pineapple Association

MEDICINE-OfN Y-PHARMACY Irwlnna Gauldon, M.ihol :Schuyier Anna for Hauling: Out, Storing and Repairing
l.inturc Itall"I h.or ', I)..Hth of s Child In Tltunvllle. \ 201 St :NEW
Mabel Washington YORK.
) Mathews, Maggie/ Collins, Reynolds : and Launches. (
BboralnrUs/ Proof Yachts
1 1)3 :Murray :Street. J :SY..
:, "".rlta""*/>' Pr.ctlc.. Alary Cunuthers; Masters Rufus
i On. hundred p.tf. CatnloKU l-rca. Vivian Oswald Wilson, son of l>r. and and Richard I Kobblns, George Walker Mention the ADVOCATE ;when writing. .
:' Mrs. li. R. Wilson, of Tltiiftvtlle, Pin, and Ralph hallo[ \ -- ----- -- --- -- --'- ---------
>)> 7 ]KM I ).! at II
died on Monday, July ,
The committee who MHO to make Two Fine Lots foe Sale. '
) o'clock In the morning. The child helped QI IVIT: : RRO: : ':!:'HERS:::
i: JAMES A. FM>OI>, this event a success were as follows: ,
had been sick little less than week
a a W II. McFarland, Balloon Ascension; Two fine 10-asre lots lying: on Indian
(Formerly of New York City with muscular rheumatism, and was only
,) Chairman of committees. River, 2 miles south of Fort Pierce, on a
Regular r..lcen'f..d blaster f years and. 8 months old. The medical .i. U. Brut, secretary, good shell road. Each: lot has 300 feet Produce Commission Merchants.Florida
science almost the entire .
Plumber, ; county wan 1<:. L. Brady 11 ro", treasurers river frontage. Illuh> bin IT, covered with.
and did 1\1110 their
In attendance
power Geo. M.I Robbins and J. G. Bast, Financial palms and hardwood timber. Good for
With the very best experiences of over for the child!, but to no avail, for thissummons : Committee. oranges, grapefruit: tangerines and pine
bad and Little Vivian
twenty years on all kind of the mot approved come Dr. John AI. Dixon, Mayor of Titusville; apples. No better location on the river Pines Our
the celestial.
left for
I sanitary methods of plumbing, The this funeral sphere service was regions: hold at the Dr H. Wilson and 1 Chas. II. Walton, \t any price. 1000.00 for each lot. Specialty. j

i laM opened a tirst-claHs shop on Bench house Archdeacon I). F. Brown on Reception Committee.Mrs. C. T. MCCARTY,
t street, south of opera house, where I am by Geo. M. Robbins. Street Fair. Ankona, Fla.
0 o'clock and the
prepared to furnish and Install the very Tuesday morning at 1<:. B. Wager, Boat Race. 335 Washington Street
ll remains Interred in the LaGrange
!Ijteat!and most approved system of. !,ol'J James Prltclmrd, Music. Drayin ,
vary pmmoing, drainage ana cemetery. Pied A. Moigan, Minor Sports.
(J. ventilating The of the entire town NEW YORK.,
together with all kinds of the best sympathy goes I). J!. Pritchard Tournament.
t very the In this their sad be- hauling of all kinds
Si Draying or
out to family promptly -
," 'J'' sanitary plumbing/ fixtures of the best reavement. R. W. Rhodes and A. W. Bule, Free attended to. Meets all trains. Stove References: Our :35; years record. Chatham National Bank, New York.
'I! manufacture, with the very latest annl- Lunch.F. .
", t i tary requirements; all kinds, direct and ---. A. Lesley, Ice Water and Seats.F. wood supplied.ALFRED U Titusville. ,
I Indirect, hot water and steam heating; NOTICE. M. Taylor, Fireworks. DLKY
l laundry drying rooms fitted. All work "-. :S.: Brnuning, Ball In Opera House.
) Seeds
i :,; will receive prompt and personal attention If the writer who mailed the anonymous Land-For Sale. For Summer Crops.
and done
at the very lowest term.
letter sactioned by seven voters, RAMIE CULTURE AT PINEDA. 17 first-class land
I }It t Estimates cheerfully furnished. Telephone >g acres pineapple i
1 U1. Daytona, Fla. to the Chairman of the Board of County desirable front, on St. Lucie river, at a
_ r4 >i> Commissioners, will come before the At present Pineda; the headquartersof bargain. For reasonable terms write, Millets Sorghums, Soja Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Chufas, Teoslnte, Giant
Board prepared to prove the statements the ramie Industry In the United W. W. LrcE, Beggarweed, clean.
Clyde Steamship. Line. made in the letter the Board will take
States: and Mr. George F. Miles, of St. Fla. i
Immediate action Augustine, in company with several C<>"s-3T IE.AS ,
Tickets and reservations via the Clyde gentlemen, recently visited this plantation Clothing Cleaned, Dyed jWhlpps i
1 pi Ch'r'n Bd. Co. Com. Clays, Wonderful, Black Unknown
Steamship Line can be secured of Chas and made a very flattering Ladyflngers. 'I!
H. Walton, at the ADVOCATE office, Titusville. as to the growth of the ramie plant.retort The Pressed and Repaired. Ladies'dressesa peck Clean; $,Ubn.hel.Bright: Stock: ; Lowest Prices. Conch Peas, Sao per qt.' Postpaid; '1.2\:

i When other medicines have failed take present Indications are, that so far as specialty. Address, Supplies"
Foley'e Kidney Cure. It has cured when ;growing tile ramie plant i I. concerned. It SAM PERKHTS< Poultry Stock Food Insecticides, Garden Tools, Fertilizers.

/ :r Reading notice ads. on this page everything else ha disappointed. Sold:\ is qnlte a success. The first cutting will Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street, L. CAMERON. The Seed Store

_ are live cents per line per week. by II. R. WiUon & Son. probably be made this month. P. O. Box 233. Sanford, Fla. 123 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE FLA.

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