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 18, 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
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LOCAL NEWS SAM PERKINS, Sanford, Is Dyeing. *" Sam Perkins,Sanford, cleans clothes- TilE LAUGH 11IUCJC STOK13 THE JOY STEAMSHIP LINE. AMONG THE HOTELS.

Look for W. W. Luce's ad. page 8. -Advertise your pineapple slips, If: .

id Topics of General Interest. Judge D. L. Gaulden paid a visit to you have any for sale Special Sale, Monday, July Sltli, There Is considerable travel South I 10 Whore to stop in Tltusvlllo See Tl-

Jacksonville Wednesday. -Com. Tom F. Bell, one of Cooon'i at .Jr. It. Walker & Co's. the winter, and North In the summer, tusvllle hotel ad on our 7th page.

THE ADVOCATE, well-known citizens, was In town on to and I from the New England states, Where to stop along the East Coast.
Eden will soon have a Union Congregational We offer values at this sale should
Wednesday.Mr. you and wo have had) repeated Inquiries at See list of hotels on page 7.
$1.50 per annum, In advance... church, we are Informed. certainly examine A dollar saved Is a this ollice respecting the Joy Steamship.

1.00 six months, FOR FINE DENTAL WORK GO TO and Mrs. C. H. Stewart, of Mel dollar made. ThoHo Sales are Dollar Line, plying between New York: I'rovl The ADVOCATE Is now on file at' all '
$2.00 an. to foreign countries. bourne have been Savers. the best hotels In New York city.
per Dr. Dodson near the Courthouse.Mr. enjoying a prolongedvisit dence and Boston. In a rocent.lsmie of
Vhen you subscribe for the AD VOTE at Goodall. All spring/: and summer dross goods at the ADVOCATE, we Informed our reader Visitors to Havana, Cuba, will find

' by the year, it does not cost youee F. C. Poppell, of the Narrows, -Capt. N. N. Penney, of Nathan, arrived absolute cost-this Is no droam. that our northern representative had the ADVOCATE on file every week at the
cents per week, postage,: Included. was a pleasant caller at this otuce on in town yesterday with the Canav- An extra tine piece of handkerchief made the round trip from New York to American Club.

tote date of expiration printed upon Wednesday. averal ballot box. linen, well worth DO cents per yard at Providence, It. I., nod had found the Joy;
Mr J. Benner chief clerk of
72 Wesley ,
cents. comfortable and .
This steamers satisfactory.Since
or wrapper every Messrs. Wilson and have the
receipt ur paper for money. No need the Stumpe the this -Mr. W. L Metcalf and daughter,: of A lovely linen table damask, floral that time, he has been over the Hotel Cocll, llostou, la a hail-fellow-well-,
your yacht
!y 1 us to send receipt for subscription week ,for Outing, on ways. "West Palm Beach, passed through here, design; worth il.BO/' per yard, at 1.27 :Now Yoi k and Boston route, on the s. a. met, and] ha* many friends; while !Mr.
r: date gives to you. repairs. Wednesday, en route to Ohio. Napkles worth $;i.75 per dozen at *;.L! Ifl Old Dominion, of the same line, and W. W. Aechtler, the room" clerk, Is following
e -Mrs. A. J. Sembler, who lias been on 3.60.. :2.97 found this ship u. good,staunch eea boat, closely<< In Mr. Bonner's footsteps.Mr. .
is W. C. Peterson of Canaveral
J a pleasant visit to her mother at Eustls, :2.75 :2.21 o III cored by as cnreful, sturdy ami courteous Manson Poln-
five In Titusville route to L. W. of the Royal
news-stands at Thursday en
o at; the following was '. l
has returned to Titusville.Mr. :2.23 1.78 walked ,
a sot of gentlemen as ever aship's clana staff' Palm Beach has the
nts per copy : East :Milton! Mass for the summer. 1.43 JU\) I ,
F. E. Mathews returned hereon deck. : Kent and Waldmere, at Lakowood, N. P
r B. R. Wilson &\ Son. -
Mr. Geo. M. Robbins has been having 1len'Itlaw: Hats' stylish and down to '

Duval hotel. Monday from a week's vacation, Mr. T. M. Dttnbaugh, I he'president of Y., on Chautau<]uu> Luke. Families are
the outside wood-work of his brick date, 23; per cent oil' this sale' the above U wlrolu aonlod
company, a the
News stand Union depot spent In Ocala his old home. arriving rapidlyaud) bookings assure)
building neatly painted by J. L. Mobley.Mr. Japanese Straw Rugs, worth $1.00, genial gentleman who closely watches a busy season.
-Mr. S. Moody left on Monday for a thla solo for I$Tots. after the Interests of tho Joy Steamship
unties I. are ten cents couple of weeks' vacation, which he will -! and Mrs. E. L. Brady and Mr.Wm. A Child's Morris Chair, worth *4 60, Line. Mr. George; Taylor, formerly chief
who have been
line on this page. upend with relatives at Ocala. M. Brown spending yours for $8.<17.Kitchen Captain F'\ 1V. Burton and chief ollloer dork of the Mitchell house, Thomasvlllu,
er In New York left for Ti
several weeks
Chairs, rOIlIcCl1'to) 0!;3 cents A. B. Coleman are always to>> bo found! at Oft., and last season bight clerk at the
I Marcher a -Miss Lula :McGuire, of Bartow, arrived tusville on Wednesday.Miss .
-Capt. Geo. G. spent Jew each. their respective\ post, and are ever willing Royal Polnolana, Palm Beach, Fla., Is
hys in town this week., on last Friday, on an extended visit -! Eva Wlnstead, of Elm City, N. Five-spindle Oak Chairs, cheap at to answer question and explain to now In tho office or tho Hotel Mathew-
her sister Mrs' U.
I-MrV.. R. Ilardee, of Jensen, was in ti>>> It. Pyles. C., la on an extended visit to her brother, *1.00, this sale for 7\CtR.; the passengers anything appertaining to son, Narragansott Pier, U. I,

, wn a day,or so the first of the week. CLYDE and Mallory Round Trip Ticketfor Mr. P. E. Wlustead, the popular day A NKW Drop-Iload Sewing Machine, the ship, sea, or the weather. The Oriental hotel, at the famous Man-
now sale, meals and berth included telegraph/ operator at Titusville. five years' guarantee: for $17.tH( Purser I J, Warren Howell and bU assistant liattau heads, under the ablo management

|B3T- Filter tubes*' are for sale atlis Cheap. ADVOCATE office, Titusville. -Colonel W. R. Anno, a well known In addition to the above reduced prices, Mr. J. U. Chase, look well after of Mr. Jos. P. Greaves, with Mr.
edra.MI' .
office, price 2'0t8; postage with Every purchase/ of One Dollar or and their
-Mr. Jas. McComb, jr., of New York, Follower of Blnckstoue, of Miami, was a the company's Interest, by Asa S.. Loomis as chief clerk, Is already
J- Chas. n. Nauman, of the Hauler was a passenger on Monday's south Wednesday's northbound over, We give a glass of Sparkling !Soda.: courteous and obliging; characteristics, doing a flourishing business, writes asADVOCATE

spent from Saturday until Monday bound train, on his way to Dade county.Mr. train passenger, en route to Washington, I). C. Soda Mail will Orders receive for everything attention.but the do much toward making the passengers correspondent this week.
"i New Smyrna.t prompt both comfortablo and happy. Chief
W. S. GUI'voj, of Cincinnati, Will -Miss Grace Reid left here, Tuesday Your ordtirs solicited.We Engineer: S. W Pierce and stall' seem to Stockbrldge, Mnsn., hall been so long
t-Attorney C. T. McCarty, Of Ankona, In town a short while on Wednesday, en for[ Sanford, wheie she will remain for. lead the loaders. In low prices. take great care of tho engines' If we may noted ai a delightful resort that hardly
M among the pleasant callers at thllIce en route to his orange grow at Ruck- couple of weeks the guest of Mis. Chas. Yours to serve, lodge by their exceptionally clean and my words are necessary to sound Itapr"i.o.

on Tuesday. ledge./: Williams, a former resident of Tlcusvllle. J. ]t. AVALKKU & CO.Titullvllle bright appearance, and the smooth and The Rod Lion Inn, under the

Frank Houston and J. S. Fla. easy way In whloh they run. Steward management of Mr. Allen T. Troadway,
Messrs.. Dan McGuire, and( W. T. -Mr. and Mrs. Keece and child were formerly the popular manager of the
of Eau Gallie, were in town a'ay Johns of Lakeland returned home train II. Reynold hit boon receiving eooalumn
on on Wednesday's on
passengers New Kookledgo hotel Rooklodge Is entirely
of the excellent table lie Iota
for ;
or so the first of the week. Thursday after a week's visit with the their way from Palm Beach to North THE CATTLE INDUSTRY. land praise the moderate prices charged for the modern, the room are large and
sister of the former Mrs. R. R. Pylus. Carolina for the balance of the summer.
lANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR cures choice and woll-onoked food served onboard well furnished, and It has numerous

; all blond and skin diseases. For sale by =Mr. J. L. Wright, agent at Paradise, CALL AT F. M., TAYLOR'S PI1OTO- Writing us from Chicago, one of the the Old Dominion, would put to suite. arranged with private baths.

Ill D. R. Wilson & Son, Titusville" Fla. a. station on the Plant System Railroad, grapblo nallel'l' Titusville, and see ADVOCATE'S correspondents says some shame many a hotel proprietor. The magnificent Krontenao hotel at

j -Mr. Frank E. Bond, of tho East near Gainesville, arrived In Titusville, his Photographs, Picture of tho great packing establishments In We conclude this notice by saying the Hound Island, N. Y., Is now open for the
Coast Lumber and Supply Co., was inSown Tuesday, on a visit to relatives Frames, Enlargements,: and Mouldings. Chicago have begun experiments on what Joy Steamship Line U everything claimed season, with all arrangement perfected

a couple of days the first of the -Mr. W. F. Jibb, the station agent of Always something new. may prove a revolution of the cattle Industry .. for It'and; for the prlco charged, we and everything/ |In splendid order. Then

Veek.j' the F. E. C. R'y., ut Daytona, and a former -Mrsi. A. S. Botsford and Miss Florence the of the development country. The of several project hun involves have never seen better service on a w manager of the Frontenao Is Mr. II.

j -Mr. J. S. Keck, of Jensen, left, the resident of Titusville, was In, towna Hodgson, of Eau Gallte, iecf>utl> <1 red thousand[acres of Dewily valueless steamship. W. Merrill, who has gained renown In
hotel business former
Irst of the week, for Freeporr, 111., on aW day or BO the first of the week. registered: at Hotel Marlborough, New laud lu Northern and N'oithwesternFlordii the as a managerof
noted Polnclann hotel Palm
months' vacation The ADVOCATE York, whose advt. will be found:! on our and :Southern Alabama for the cultivation THE PRIMARY ELECTION. the Koyal ,
-Mr. Thomas J. Shave and Miss ; > Beach Kla., the Royal Palm hotel, at
Miss. Hodgson has north ,
bllows. Mattie Hayraan, of Osteen brother and 7th page.: gone nu a large seals of the cassava. root -
Miami, Kin., the Continental' hotel, At-
to attend the wedding of her uncle Harry
I came down from sister of Mrs P. Wlnsiead, are expected fur feeding' cattle and lnntn. ,and the niton In
-Rev* J. F. O'Boyle H" ho is to be married next week at Olenn The )primary election lu Brevarcl county antlo Reacts, Fin., Hoy
p.iytonaon Monday, and was In town aJouple to arrive in Titusville on Satur N If the plan develops as it Is now In the. passed off very quietly with quite| a New York. Mr. Merrill U a veteran In
of days. His many friends are day. Y.A minds. of the lending packets, the Southern large. voto. the business, and Is well known for his

flways pleased to see him in Titusville.Mr. -Miss Mabel Schuyler, of Jensen, who letter from Miss Jeannette Wilson States will become the center of the On our 4th page will be found the tabulated executive ability Under Mr. Merrill's
lisa the two weeks In Titusvllie received by her father, Dr. U. R. Wilson, cattle raising/ Industry. A number .of return of the election from all Iliectlon. I I. a large corps of assistants',
R. Porson Paddlson Is now In spent the past of Mine Annie Jones and on Wednesday from Derby, Conn., states cattle will lie hipped I from the stuck but three precincts In the county. Tlip among whom are J. Frank ltru"n, room
and guest
Iharge; of the East Coast Lumber Mrs. C. F. 1>Fischer will return borne this that she had a fine trip to New York, not !' girds at Chicago to Northern Florida, tobe vote U only close enough In the! contents clerk ; William cashier; I... \V.
upply Company's yard In Tltusvllle afternoon Doing at all sea-nick. She was met at' fed on cassava/ root. The rnsults of for County Treasurer, Prosecuting Attorney Hicks, night Whippier J. C. Baldwin,
nd Mr. S. G. Vanlandlogham will travelor : New York by her brother, Mr. Trozvant the fattening process will bo comparedwith and l Fish and Game Warden for formerly of the Lakowood hotel, New

{ the company. -1\Ir. Geo. A. Braddock, of Sebastian, Wilson, and they proceeded to Derby, similar work In the west. tho remaining precincts to In any way Jersey, hoadwalter.
Geo. M. Robbins and Chas. 'was In Titusville from Wednesday until : Conn. the result.
Messrs.! change The New Seaside' Inn, at Goodall, fao-
Walton, of Titusville,; and Geo. F. Thursday, en route to Seville, where he -M.. ,I.lmel A. K..Wilson, E. E. Rol) -Mr. Jas.. H. Dow of Macon, 011., hns For County Treasurer, Mr. Henry has 1 lag Daytona, under the able managementof
J>addison, of Eau Gallie, were enjoying will remain a fortnight<( or so. We acknowledge line and L. W. Ualla gave a card party, been In town all the week. la majority H over Mr. Wynn. In all J aa. If. Johnson & MOIIS, has been en.
the Burf-bathing: at Seabreeze: and Good a pleasant' call., Monday evening,at the Wilson residence, probability this mnjoilty. will be mainalned tertaining quite a number of guests this

Ml the first of the week. -Mr., J.:T. Knox, who has been operator In honor of their husbands, the occasion -Mr. B. F. Harlesty, of Sebastian, at least, probably Increased, when, past. weak or so. This hotel I lit nearly
atJeneen arrived In Titusville was In town Wednesday and Thursday.Mr. the remaining precincts are heard from. and U fitted with modern
-Mr. O. II. Voss, of Enterprise, has for a while, being too birthday of the tbree gentlemen now, many
|he thanks of the ADVOCATE for a]>rell- Wednesday: with his wife, -July 16th. Icecream and cake, In Sam Happnrsett, of DoLand, a For Prosecuting\ Attorney Mr. Oauld- conveniences. The room are large and
tot of a box of Kelsey plums, and a big for a tew days' rest. He leaves todayto abundance, were served Thecard games. former resident of Tltusvillu, arrived In en has a majority of lit I over both of his airy, and the table I I. !good, while fresh
Bottle of delicious homemade grape wine. take charge of the Eden station. resulted In ties at both tables. town yesterday. opponents, Mr. Frost and Mr. Webb. It fruit Is supplied at-nearly every meal.
Impossible to tell whether the remaln- The rate' sea reasonably and are tutoonl-!
oth have been done good justice to. -1lr.Vm.. Stumpe, of Palatka, left -The F. E. C. Ry. Co. are now experimenting FOR GOOD FRESH GROCERIES AND precincts will change this majority hog to size. and location of room Balling .

>rof.. Jas. Gresbam and Col. J. G. last week after a visit with his son, Mr. with oil for fuel on one of Vegetables at the lowest prices, try W. or not. !Some! claim that Mr. Front will U now In Its prime, and hundreds

>uinn, two prominentBrooklynltes, who X. A.Stumpe.! He Is much pleased with their engines on the passenger train running E. (Goldsmith, Titusville.Capt. have. a majority In all three remaining take advantage of the fine surf-bathing
, week 'so Titusville and the fine ocean breez, "and between Jacksonville and Miami. Should this be the result JlI
or ,
lad been spending a very Orlando Ojiarterman of Chester ireolncts. ally.( Tho Casino I Is one of the finest
and neighborhood would like to become a permanent resident The first engine using kerosene passed Gaulden will have to
Miami and
lleasanlly ut ; Shoals and Mr A. V. Uncock, of frost Mr. go on the Kant!: Coast, and I Is under the
lassed through here, Saturday: last, enVmte of this place through Titusville on Wednesday, returning lieorglana,; were among tho callers at before the August primary to determine management of Mr. K. E Dodge Dancnf .

home. They had been trying their -Mr. V. II. Dobson, representing the yesterday, and Conductor Baker this oflice yesterday.The ho, nominee. cause. a large number of young (and
lie luck at fishing on Biscayne Bay, and Drown Manufacturing< Co., of New York Informed us that the new fuel was work. For Member of the School Board for old) folks to assemble at the Casino, and

tol. Quinn got his arms badly blisteredy and Greenville, Tenn., was In town on log fine. retlval at the Bnptlsh church the Second District, there U no election, on Saturday night last there were about

| the sun. Wednesday, In the Interests of his com -There was a meeting of Chapter No. close to-night. The fallowing can
Mrs. A. J. Mitchell, wife of the chieff pany. lie was a guest of the Indian 11, Order of Eastern Star, last night, at lates were baptised last evening Mrs. The two highest candidates! Mr. An attached to the Casino, extend KOI feet
| Weather Bureau Service In Jack. River h itel while Titusville.! the Chapter-room, Tltusvlllo, when various Oscar Worley, the Ml HMOS Mlttla Frost, Brews and )Ir. Braildook, will have to "o Into the Atlantic Ocean, and amateur
the Jertle Peacock and Miss Lowery.Mr. bofore the at the August
here matters of Interest were discussed people again fishermen, with rod and reel and hook
juvllle through ,
passed Work was commenced, yesterday,
visit with and several young lady candidates were Ely Spence of Jacksonville prlmarv. and line, are making big haul of Hun
n route to Jupiter, on a on the new building for the East Coast For Fish and lame Warden, there Is
balloted for This Chapter Is meeting: who to Tl'usvllle' the end of last dally.
the with much success; the treasury Is In week ( whh. bad cold returned no
suffering a ,
daughters, ,
two bright; young Phoenix Mills When completed
property. and Mr. /
2111>:> votes. Mr. llardee Summer
tllsse* Kutb and Lucille, and they were they will have a building/: 0x20! : ft. excellent shape, and It Is rumored that home on Wednesday; as bU cold was not IIn tie for second place. The returns SCHOOL DOARD MEETING.
forward tr having an enjoyable more ladies anticipate joining Chapter much better. He will return. here later, -
looking for lumber, with a lime and cement house from the remaining; precincts will deter
The Board met Monday morning July
;line at Jupiter. Tbey formerly resided the south while, the office will be on No. 11. and make a trip down Indian River.
on mine which shall be Mr. Koblnson's op. 7th, 1002. Present, J, M. Dixon, chairman
i Tltnsvtlle. the northeast corner, facing the railroad. Writing! us from Fort Pierce, yester "nent at the August: primary. ; It. N. Andrew, C. I'. 1'latts and

.. -Miss Fltz-Henry Is a bright and -When visiting Boston, do not fall to Gardner' Flyers. day one of the ADVOCATE readers says! The friends of Mr. It.II. Stewart' claim It. E. Mlm secretary. 'I'be mluutes of

harming young: lady, visiting Mr. and pay a visit to Austin ),(rs. Hairy Butler, at their summer sea- for it I Ie the beet show of Its kind In the Pantasote Furniture covering $1.10 by all candidates in your pink po-. down Mr. Wnoten'a majority I of :I2, to Treasurer' report for the month

aide cottage; Goodall. This young lady north. At this famous museum you will 12-plece: toilet set, porcelain.. t4.U5 per during has boon much almost nothing, with. fair change of of June, 111)2, wa received read found

bails, from Dublin Ireland, and only recently always find one of Florida's best friends, Ladles' 2.x; hose supporters,. 3c. admired and favorably commented upon overcoming It sod winning. correct, and redeemed warrant duly
arrived la the United :States. Mis who bas been escorting tourist to the &: c white organdie; 7Jlnchffe.: b1 your numerous readers In the pineapple The only complete returns received canceled

:)Jmz-IIeory i who In by no means a' home- Land of Sunshine and Orange BlossomsFor Black and Navy: Dress duck ]:2e. region. Much success' Is wished' were those received by the The sum of 1,000.00() apportioned In
, ruler! ," Is delighted with Florida'. fine the past .twenty years. This Is Mr. Monday only, Coats thread, 100( yds the ADVOCATE by those who read Its I ADVOCATE: through Its correspondents. yearly' estimate for the construction of

beach, and she enjoys the surf-bathing E. It. Dunsbee, one of the managers of .&0. ; with other goods, 3| e. newsy and clean columns every week." I II I /School houses" was planed! a* follows t
"'immensely-in fact she really likes it the above-named museum In the summer C. A. GARDKEH, Tltusvlllo, Fla. I THE TOWN ELECTION.On Malabar, $,IOO; Viking ,230; Cocoa, col.
better than at Kingstown, that well. and a well-known tourists' escortto Poultry Wire Netting. oral, t2iO: ) ; Jensen colored, |1IK).
known and popular watering-place: furubJlnltea. the East Coast Florida In the win Mr. C. F. Walker was appointed Sup-
ter. Pineapple Grower Tuesday took place the election rvlsor at Lotus, In place of J.N. Chalk
We are selling the genuine Clinton calling for the opinion of the people am to er, who hM changed his residence to

Horse For Sale. Fish Wanted. We can supply you with Pineapple Poultry Wire Netting, 2-Inch? mesh, at avery whether, they wanted the name of Tltusvllle ionaventure.
Wrapping Paper In any quantity. Write low price Just to advertise our changed to that of Indian River In deference to petitions from Ankona

{Large 5-year old horse for sale, good; Wanted, any part of one hundred tons ns for prices G. E. COOS, selves. Write! us for prices. ;ity. All person registered upon the an assignment of teacher wa made for
THE KASTCOAMT LiJMiir.ii: town books were entitled to vote, Irre- establishment of
tf Jensen, Fla. hat place and the a
rker, fine driver; gentle. wet, or dry fish for fertll'zer purposes.Address .
AND Sl'I'I'I.V! Co., spectl vs of poll tsx. regular acliogl there undertaken.The .
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stating ,
Jensen,Fla. M. S. SABLES', Tax Notice. 3t Eau Uallie, Fla. At the closing of the polls It. was' found Hoard adlourned to meet Monday
Dog hat the ballot stood follows t
Merritt Fla. morning, August. IiNY2.CHURCH ) .
3t ,
For Tltuavllle\ :.11) L
Empty Sugar and Rice Barrels.For 0 Notice Is hereby given that no dog Wagons for Sale. For Indian Klver City 27. NOTICES.

Notice. will be permitted to run at large In the have hand large stock of 2- In consequence of this, there will be -
I on a
[ sale. Address, Town of Tltnsvllle unless such dog Inch! now tire and S-lnch the one-horse wagons no change in the name, and this town Archdeacon B. T. Brown will hold

WALTER A. Moos, Notice Is hereby given that there will wears a tag or plate. All dogs found on that can be delivered at once will still be known as Titusville.Hafe Divine service In St.! Gabriel' church on

S George St., Charleston, S. C. be a special meeting: of the members and the streets without a proper license tag: R. E. MIMM, JR., I /Sunday next, the 20th, at 11 a. m. and

matrons of the Union CongregationalChurch : : will\ be caught by-tb Marshal and I 1m. Titusville, Flo. Investment. 72N: <> p. m.Preaching. "
I A Hand Pump For Sale. of Eden hold at the usual placeof rlsoned; hut the owner of said dog will services at Mlm next: Sun-
worship on the 27th day of July at be entitled to possession of same upon
I {There Is a fine,-8.Inch Pumping Dredge 1020; ( o'clock, m., A. D. 1002, for the payment of 100. #! '-5.00' Iteward. Parties desiring a good; safe with Investment church Jay, at,II Tltusvllle a. m.; and, at] at 7:13 the p. m.Methodist A. M.
to Lake Worth, that can be bought; purpose of electing three trustees, as fol- All dogs not claimed wlthlng 24 hours for sums money sn
Tbe a northern gentle- lows: One to serve three years, one for after capture will be killed. $2..00 rewsrd will be paid by the excellent rate of Interest write us for Dalger, pastor.
ixn eap.-had It built to fill In some lakenpert.y four' years and one for 5 years. Also Dog tags may be obtained by paying: undersigned for Information leading to artlonUrs. A resident solicitor wanted. Rev. Vsnllouta will hold services
and bas no further use for It. the election of a clerk and such other Town Clerk G. A. Frost ft.23; for each the arrest and conviction of the personor PBXXIYLVAJHA IMPROVEMENT: Rockledge chapel next: Sunday at 11 a.
|For address business an may come before the meet- tag. I persons who shot through the Bathhouse A: IXVKHTMEMT CO m.; alllO, In the Tltosvllle I'reab.&erlancb.ltcb

particulars C. N. NEWCOCBT, ng. Dated at Eden, Fla., July 14, 1902. R. E. Mix, at the Eden Pavilion the Beach. W Baor. Building, at 7SIO( p. m. The TICII"m"'IlIlo4'
Riviera, Fla. Signed, C. A. ROBIKSOS, Clerk. Town Marshal. 2t C. A. font 3' ON' Reading, Penn. day School will meet at ;U :3) p. m.


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: ar' fought; the batteries fltcb's men at me wmmanoer of the St. LotIfs\tedm. A CARELESS CONSUL. Application for Tax Deed. GENERAL DIRECTORY. I

: i the tturue time crowded the riflemen ed up and booked on to the Mound I
H.; tP 0\ back upon the bluffs. Fry took alarm City. She bad been deserted by all Th. 'Way Brvt Mart Com to lose HEREBY OIVEX: THAT E. C.JohnJm U. B. LANO OFFICE.H. I

'::'. I V i LYcSG \.) at the unexpected boldness of Fitch's her ahlebodled men. Kilty was severely Hill 1'vmtttuu ., ca......... :N ,J> ireruwr of of Tax Cortllliuo 1>. I\INI No., B. (Chubb. .. ... .... .. ..:..... .. .. .
N L men and sent word to Dunnington. scalded and lost an arm shot away. When P.ret Harte was coqsul at Glasgow baa flleil 476.MId dated certifloate tin :-2nd day m my July olrlce A., sid tawmmle W. t;. Koblnson.... i.;. ... .. .". It nelll.1et( : I'

I : ;J5JI11OI' urging him to send to the rear of tbe Ills crew of 173 was reduced to tw n. be v as seldom to be found In that nr>:ilcatloo r rtiui ilmd to Issue In *vconlaKce ,:- Offices at Gainesville,Florida;
'. with jaw. Said oertIticcte embraces the U. B. SENATORS.J. .
bluffs every'man that could be spare* ty-three fit for duty. In the casemate city us hu ppent most of his time la the described .ltti&t.d In Hr*.
: from the *. It was the crisis of following property... ... North ; of IolI8t P. Taliaferro...... ..... .... .. Jacv,,,,
L SINESS.It' gun where the shot took effect eighty-three London drawing/ rooms where he was v.nl county of,West Florida,of( Lot.It: U, 1'1&t jS or Indian S. It. Mallory . .. .. .. .. .. '. ren' ac"ij,,,
: the fight and Nelson's" Texan of East i M M ,
were were killed by the enemy's fire or by a general favorite! and delegated the River Citv ctlinid3.Towniiblp: "South" IUiiK U. 8. CONGRESSMEN.
'H:: ; not yet on band. Dunnlngtoa stayedby scalding steam. In tbe water twenty- consular business to assistants. One a$ JOsat Tb. utd land UnlnicsiiiieieclsttbeUat8of ., tlienainaof Robert W. Davis..... .. .. .. .... ... .
( tbe gun farthest up stream. Having five wounded sailors were picked up day while making one of his rare visIts Jacob the i T*n rlln nce.kr.ol mich Unless said certlflosu .hall 8. M. Bparkman.. .. .. .. ...;. .. .. ,1'.lalk.T.", ...

an unobstructed range of the darIng and also the bodies of forty-two who to Glasgow; be scraped! acquaintance be re.leenied according to l law, tax dee.t will FLORIDA LEGISLATURE

; ; :i'it P Ironclad be took careful aim and had jumped from the .ship. Some of with a stranger on the train. Each |R..U thereon on official, the 12tE signature(;ilayof August anil( seal A.I this. liMit.V1tness the. E. N. nimlck. Palm Hearh.... ><
landed a sbcll near ber bow that for K. II. R uler) on, Fort Pierce,.,
I HepreiiuiitatitJ.EXECCTTTE
\ I these last were' struck by the bulletsof seemed fascinated by the other's per ""wSl0*July' A. W' IWL .
destructiveness stand unrivaled In tbe uud [ A. A. STEWART
the Confederate sharpshooters who sonallty. time passed At
quickly. DEPARTMENT.
Clerk; Circuit Court of Brevard Co., Fla.
I'' t" i \ 11 cP tlhuW1iL4. Of 4.. history of naval gunnery. The mis- bud been ordered to flre upon them by lust they reached the outskirts of a Wm. S..Jennlnla,. . ..... . "."
; I t gilt crashed through the plating of the H. ... .. .. .. ..Socretan ,"I'Ono;
y Il*j ,. \ Captain Williams. large\ city. Application for Tax I>ee,l.TOTICE James II. Wliltfleld.. .. .. ... ifatt'
., 'I t n I ?Mound City 'on tbe port sIde. killed Dunnluirton reported that when the "WU.it place i Is this?" Inquired the Wm. B JLnmar.. ... ... ..... Attornpj'r'.n.': ,'
,.t 2I : right men nt the gun nearest its track Mound[ City drifted Inshore after the stranger. W.N.Bheats... ....Stipt.. lIllIlIletI'
B. E.
; I i f )' d ; i ':))1IJa.{ CmWiA and then passed through tbe steam .awful shot she was balled to lower the "I haven't the slightest Idea." replied IS HEREBY GiVEN: THAT T. 11.Candurspurellitserof Alonz'MeLin..Conmissloaer, C. Crom.... . .. .. ... .. ..ConinmiW Aftt;',,, ,,)itZ
U Tax Cer"HcAte No. .,. .... . .
drum Clifford '
fore and aft. Volumes of scald- Foster
: ;i 1 ((1"" ''I L.t.: yr.N flag lie didn't! know that there was Harte. after looking out of the window. 48 I doted the 2nd day of July A. D. 111(" John Bradford. .. ... .... ...Adlutant-i.cneSi Survrtor-deiw
\ ing steam poured through the gun no one orr bourd to boar the summonsor A few minutes! later tbe rllilwaygUIII'd has. Bleu raid certificate in my pltlce In and lias R. E. It>e. .' ... .. . Butt-niemuT"(
ill t chambers and in on Instant the proud made application, for tax deed to Issue a"corl.anee Otlicen at ; Florida.
to It. Ills
answer men were then opened the door of the compartment -I with law. Said certificate embraces, the Tliai .
t'' i Ironclad been mo a ship of anguish and directed to fire upon the Federals In and announced that they had arrived following: described properly nitnated In Brevard SUPREME COURt JUDGES.M. .

t\\'t': \ 0 0 0i \.i O, death. The slowly turning wheel kepton the water. at Glasgow. Northwest, y.of Florida Southeast, to-wit.K of East Southeast I acre X of. [. H. Mahry.. .... .... ... .. .Chief ,
I \. revolving until the bow of tbe vessel South 30 tu. ..t. ......... ... .. .ASoclate .,I'tlr
In 24, Bangs F.I..arer.
spite of the disaster CnptMn KU.ty's When Harte showed at the Section! 10, Township ""
f' up consulate .... .. .... .. ..
land assessed at the date of thel I. .
WAS close inshore near tbe Confederate The said being
boldness won the day. The gallant the next morning the first person l l..nan"8..r. such certificate In tlje name of W,
t ; : A GUN AND A grnis. Dunnlngrton saw that his attack by his sb'ps upon tbe bat- who advanced to greet him was tbe A. M. SullHhury.. Unions saId oerllflcate shall be RAILROAD COMMI SB lONERs.
: shot bad torn through the vitals of bin teries redeemed, accorrllng? to law, tax : took the enemy by surprise, and agreeable stronger,: who Introduced thereon on the 12th day of Aunust; A. I). I"r! J. I.. Morgan,.. ... ., ... ... .. ,i., ,
antagonist/ and ceased firing. ColonelBUNNINOTON'S they let slip tbe opportunity /given by himself us u special agent of tbe home Witness my olllclal aliinatura and seal this tbe J. M. Iryan.... .. ... .. .... . ,Rh, mtL,,
IItb .rby of July A. D. 11102.Seal John .. Jr., clerk.. . Arnuili,.
i\\ j Dunnlngton' clever
7L UNBOAT( shot. Colonel government sent to Investigate chargesof [ ,] A. A. STEWART, Hea.'quat'M and olce. at Tallaha ser>, Fla, '
0 Fitch, carried the entire bluff within neglect of duty ou tbe part of the Clerk. Circuit Court of Urevard Co FlIt. CIRCUIT COURT.

t" ,. an hour, but Nelson's" Texans were already consul. -T r--'","'' -
I" < S7S3E Minor 8. Jones Tllusvle..... .. ,Circuit; hut' ).
: I .00000000 wlthlji! sound of the firing! and The figent may have been affable, but Notice. J. p. HetfllH, .. ...Prosecuting; .Ml.rntj.

!)+ ,_ an hour's delay might have defeated he was lacking In a sense of bumor, IprlnI1'erm-Fourb Monday In In Xo\April>mberBREVARD .

.1.p the enterprise and ended. In the loss of for be evidently cabled his governmentan IS HEREIIY OIVEN THAT IT IS
f [Copyright, 1oo:!. by O. I.. Kilmer. :\.TOTICE .
all the ships.! account of the train .r inv Intention to apply to the Hon. A. I> COliAlTT CtR1.
I In June, 18C2, Federal Incident asHarte's Fenney.County .Iu l,110 In and for BreyardCountv. A. I).re..uey,... .... ... .......Count; "hiilce' .
Captain Fry was picked up on the: successor was soon after ap- Florida, on the 11th day of July. limi! ) Jamea E. Andrews,.. . .rro ecutiiij( Att"rne\'
t ,: EARUY rams and gunboats uu- field unconscious but survived his pointed. for atirlmrtty t ( lurk
Colonel El let and Commodore undivided Interest of William 8. May, minor -Second Monday.In Mat I
wounds. and w'as exchanged! Later betook child of Alfred, and Julia May, deceased an,1r. Summer Term-Second Monday In Augu.t.
Davis cleared tbe Confederate command of tbe famous blockade Food ami Character. that tract of land lying :in Urevard County, Fall Term-Second Monday In Nmcnilw.
i'' / I anil docrlbrd ag follows i W inter Term Second
fleet fromthe :Mississippi above One Monday In Kdnunrj.:
I runner Eugenie which boldly cruised might almost say that the recipe Commencing at a point elprht ((5)) chain iotith

II' : Vlcksljiirsr., Everything afloat? tbat'es under the Confederate flag./ When tbe for a happy home was what has been or the post at the center of Section twenty-two COUT SCHOOL BOARD.
,' caped) annihilation took In ((22): Township ihlny-seven ((37))), South of Kan efortyune ,.. .
refuse waters warships of Butler's noted expedition aptly called a "blond" diet While It (41)) Kant; and runuliig/ tl ence South R. E. Mina, Superintendent Ilonaii'iitiiri,

,, flowing in through Arkllnl ,
taut fonrlern. I chains and. thirty-six (:.tOi links l'I'r.
T. C. 11ln 'commanded what shots Into makes a bog of ((14))
: f Ing tbe fort from hundreds a man. yet it Is true toastake; thence North seventeen (17), Ueerc-en
,: "i' remained of Confederate forces In Arkansas of guns be attempted to run a cargo there is a large connection between It and fifty (SO) minute. *.west, twelve. .(12)) chains COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
: and surmising that the enewy'I and character. antI 8Ixty..even(7)( ) IlimSWH ataKe i meniuvi ",jni* ..T. T>. Wftllrai. nTinlrmAn. Tltuavllo. .liilit.\ uMlot
''ft. of Into tbe Bloodthirsty lustful
powder ,
beleaguered fort. ten (10) chains and. forty eight (4H) links to the Indianolit; R. A. ( ; .
I 1 warships might take tbe notion to Inspect races are those that cut of I and Uteen acres Tliil.nX"i,
Signals were given from tbe shore to meat-largely point beginning, containing" C. Jones, WOldl"yJ.; Frank Hell ,.
the Interior of his bailiwick ordered rare ut land. Regular 18110na..r held first ftlonduv m' nu'iimonta.
Fry to scuttle hIs ship and save the meat-frl'ely. whereas the gentle. ADA MAY. .

: t. the troops and vessels on White __ crew, but by lighting/ her be took her [Industrious prrnlstent races are mostly 5t Guardian for said Minor. BRETARD COUNTY OFFICEU"

I ( river to niuUe a stand ut the bluffs below :ii Into port minus only part of tbe valuable ) ,grain: and fruit eaters.
A. D. Tltnsvllle .
Penney .1Jas. I
Cottntj .1 !
; m
't St. Charles! a (point 100 in lies from f cargo. While the controversy over vegetarianism Notice for Publication. .E. Andrews Tltuav/le;. .". I'mUt') '

i 't f the MIsKlHxIppl.\ % ( \ At the close of the war Fry settled In Is one for scientists to settle. A. A. Stewart, Titusuille.Count) ( 'leri
,.....Tax AftwsMir.
:i.. I Tbe expedition for the defense' of the Albany.\ N. Y.. and finally found a new even the humblest of us can afford to DBPAKTMKST OK TUB IM KUIIR, I J.J.Woolen.Cooa. t. H"I. !,. . . Tax ''"llectnrft. ,
; I "" t T bluff consisted of the gunboats: Pont- ; I Held of adventure as captain of the try for hluixelf the advantages of ablainl" Land IIIRu at luiuenvllle, )01...., Junu 10,19O2. I ('.- loye. TltiiHvllle.. .. .. ..... Treanurrr.

i 3 t \ : churtruln nnd Maurcpiis.! with 100 men. ( Cuban flllbiiHterlng steamer Vlrglnlus.which diet. It ls> a most Interesting. Notice. Is hereby Riven Unit; the followlnjr- J.R.. Frlefl.. K.ave'.tue.imvllle. .....,. COllntYlIteol.Shut) I'uli, ln; >u
named MM tier linn II ed n Ice of hi* Intention to
;' \.I' f on the wound, and Colonel Alllxon Nelson's ) s attempted( to land tbe expedition( / experience! to see bow acute and sensitive make flual ;ir"'>f In .sii|>portof his claim. anil i .1. P. Bn>wn. Tltusvllle. .... tlwiff.
I Texas regiment on tbe way from : of General Washington Ityan on Cuban the sense of taste can liecome by that; siild proof will he mde before Clerk I'Ic.lt ,T.J.Cockshittt.LaOrange.Ref Istrarlnn' f Olllcer) ) .

t \ the Lone Star State to re-enforce Hind- I soil In 18 3. The ship felll Into the avoiding food that baM a strong taste. (I'oiirtatTitnsville"""lCe I>. Denmark, Kia.of, on Tltnnvllie July linti, ...1.IUU2... viz lid.: TITSVILE TOWN COUXriL "

; I I man where they could do the most Kood. hands of the Spaniards and the brave No olle knpws. the delicate sweets 2fi412.lor the 81C! Section),Township! South J. M. Dlxon.mayor JR. E. Minis, jr.. inarslu' ]
I 1 Range 34 Eaxt.He and tax roIl ctori W. 8. cirri, 'mil '
tI' TUIrty-flve rifles were nil tbe weapons( J Fry. with fifty-three" of his men. was and acids oils and bites In our common names tbelullowlult wrnenops to prove his treasurer: John Henry Mraoulnr.' Inlm! fl
J I, that could be scraped up for the 10O dealt with after the summary mannerof cereals and fruits who eats huge continuous resilience upon anil cultivation of Walker Ii'. A. ivortan( (\. F.D t.rolt: k, (! Van-:
j \ $If: chunks xul'l' lann, via owltlil; Rice, of Tltusvllle. Fla.| and J. L. ('aruthera. cniiiiuilmen
men Tbe unarmed men were set to Spain although: he protested of Osh. flesh and fowl highly N. W Kubliison of .rttuaIII.Ia..; Ji'frersonCu.vler counci meets lint Tuesday In such month

I, IJ r i : work to obstruct tbe channel. 'I,, orously that as a United States citizen flavored and deluged with biting Fla. ', of :Mimn.Kla.. ;W.!' c G.T.ROBINtuW.Fu Warren of."Minis, TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TRADE

j Captain Joseph l''ry of the Maurepagwas \ ;: he should be given trial sauces. Simplicity of life ran be as fee paid. Ke lster.UUEVAKIX G. M. Robbins president; .'. M. Dixon, treii-
I ij '4 the Inspiring! genius of tbe defense. During the war and at tbe time of much a part of diet as of furniture or urer J. f '; clothes.! William Noyes" In Good nesday night in each month at their rooms,
lIe bad served In the old United States the: Vlrglnlus episode It was said thaI COUNTY TKKASUBKIl'8STATKM ,

11'1 '. navy. Fry was a gallant warrior tall (l-'ry ordered the sharpshooters to fire on Housekeeping.'! EJJT.July FREE AND ACCEPTED lfSO=R.

"I' I.. well proportioned handsome and In.t' Kilty's men In the water at St. Charles. 1st, 1009.: Indian River Lodge, No. 90. holds Its ...eetnj .1
Balance cash on hand, .'"nelHtIHI3.! ..tUROfll/2 the second and fourth
J Ii telligent, modest and brave. Lieutenant RECORD DREAKINCI SHOT. The fir'lngvu"/ done from near Dun- YOU KNOW WHAT YOU'AKK TAKING Amount received 1O."uelool.: .... .... 8,383 3 month, at their lodge room Friday, near evening court hoira,
1 ', J. \V. Dunnlngton wu'". commandert nlngton's! bottl'ry.ond at the time of It When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill at 7:3I) o'clock p. m. J. R. Walker, W M., [I

t i tbe rontclmrtraln and Captain A. Fitch'anxiously watched the.progress'" Fry was not In the vicinity. Tonlo because the formula Is plainly Lens Total warrants. ... .. .paid... ....In. ..June. ... 11)02.. .. *lSll'3oo F. A. Morgan, Seo'y.

1 Williams handled the land troolJs.I of tbe gunbuat tight from his position U GO[HUB L. KILMER. printed on every bottle showing that it is and delivered to County Commissioner ; ORER OF EASTERN: STAR. J
JI .Kltngly Iron and In .. .... ...... ....
Quinine School Hoard .
I Two 32 pounder rifles from the Tout- on the bluff lie was u new ,volunteer a tasteless an. 4,24097 Friendship Chapter, No. 1 holds., Its leelnl'

Il t I cbartralu were placed' In battery on the untrained In ,war but what he lacked Tlie Perfec: ( Liver Medicine. fo.'m. No> cure. No pay. oOcta. Balance on hand June let, 11)02) . .f 111.11-1( <1118 In lat the I'uusilav Masonto In Lodire eiwli, month r< ,a'3aoo'clock: .. 1"". in;

J r '4 r ;' bluffs to be worked by the crew of the in trainIng he made up In good senseand :Mrs, M. A.' Jolley, :-Noble O. T. writes: Did .a II. Was Told. ABOVE BALANCE: III HELD AS FOLLOWS o'clock the third Tuesday in each month the at 7Jt m
'it't I vessel. Down courage. Seeing the Mound City "'I have used Heroine for ludlnii River p. J. r.lowlnl are ollee.
I stream from Dunningtone a number nf An Impecunious constituent of Chicago Deposited in rttutr Blink. the bOg' : O. "..
moving. blindly itifiliore and sailor and recommend fl as per < .axliior'' rertlltratr., ) i mtarlicdtn -. Ii. \ra. matonD I). .
battery Fry placed four years, can cheeifully It It. ,", wo'thy patron; M.
guns .
alderman ,'ho'k \ \1"
called\ upon the latterat monthly ruport.' loin not in f 10.1'11111! .
: t 11 from his! Jumping headlong! through/ tiia parts m the most perfect liver medicine! and WIlSon te m..trol; 3lr. F. A. Morgan
own ship and still farther
the hn I down unU from the decks Into the water greatest blood purifier./ It Is a med.icine Total .oo. .. .. '10.1'4411M: / .. Kato .1OLll 1
l stationed the thirty-five the loan of II dollar. .\ ilolUir HALA8OEN! nicLi>2iui>a TO EMIl 't" te"'t.. foodu, .H'; lIIr
c I SbIl1'IJl with cloudi of steiiiu belching from of positive merit, and fully nccom'lIl1hlll two hill I'f.vn AS KOI.County HUlh"o. ..Ns... illte con.lnctreaa, Mrs. W. Sr
&, ; riflemen as $hoott'rl. \. all that Is claimed for It." MH- WIM. tl't: KUiullext tie'! alderman had. LOWS: ; Mrs. .1. R. Wo ker, Ruth ; Mrs F .1
thu Itev"n"e-lJeuera ,
hatches he concluded fund : 05
that $4.T.4
t Kitty ,, .: ,, SlltrthlMrs.
1, Just ulxne the Itllttt'rll'l'the& Confederates and the .Ironclad were out of tbe IlrhCRnoot find lodgment In the sys- Tills) lie handed to the caller with the .". KoHd unit I Krtdue fund . Vl'i III Morgan. T. 'f..th...; ,1. CsrrnntlnerS) 1 .. Zand"ttwart.
fight. ,
I 4 began a row of plies hoping to teas while the liver IH In perfect i-rder, remsirk-: 14,11 1.1 lug Fund . III 211 hiecta, Ire 11..rRh..l1.
I'Mrnt | ... ..
Fine and Koifultttre
i signaling the St. Louis, Conestotra Fn-ul 112' 2'l
,. I bring the enemy's vesHels to a stand for one of Its functions Is to prevent the "Go to the cigar stand down stairs .. Kei'illnjr I'r'.u"H.I.'lIn'l 414-.14.

I under the guns of the butteries.! Thesudden and Tyler to cense flrlug. he rushed absorption of fever poisons. Heiblne Is get II tlfti-en 1'f'lJtIlI1I'! keel dollara 8)1).... flmiil. Kttnil, N ew l 1)1st.. No. I. 21:1: 1 I"
Ills | u i* .. ... '
men upon the Imltl'l'Il'"lIl1nms' most I efficient liver regulator.fiOcts! at .. S. 1.\0'11 0.1 TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.
appearance of the enemy put nil bring IIIH tfi cli.uige"; i* .1 ** .* 4 .. .. 1,55 III
f riflemen were seen to be tiring upon? 13. R. Wilson & SOD'S.CLYDE I. Si .i *i .. ii ....
end I 5
t tit'ft an to the work. but Fry ciittledirnd In a few minutes tll.Rltor( 771'''''
J tin.; struggling sailors In tie! water, II nil reappeared "ountv Game Warden .'und., .... .. :l1C IItI
sunk the Maurrpas. with two putting" : The following are I 1113 times of arrival
I Fitch told! III ; contentedly u cigar; I'ropi'rtv nf l 1111 elided ffr ns Ftiml 1 .. I siP'
ill"" I transports between the piles and tbe best marksmen! to piy: STEAMSHIP LINE. and Lll n.lej the ulderui.-in ,.,.*> i-ents. :Noticing (:IIll lit)' cti..iI-..(Jem'ral I'll, ,lId .. .. .... I Ol attention/ to them while the main body S."cl..1. Tax, Si-liool Dint. No, t. ... ... Sat 7'1 from Titusvllle:
tl j bunk on either side. Fry got news of ; a peculiar expreKKlon on the ul- If .. .. 2...... ... .. 84.355
t"t form friable expedition coming UI the dtmhed' for the !guns of the four gun The Clyde ships sailing from Jacksonville derpian'H rllt.... lie withdrew the clgur .4 .. .. :a. .. .. .. .. 513: aa .CTHBI>UM .
Lmttery. Fry had left the still continue to north full of : Tltusvllle .
guns nnd I gu Leavel for Miami and k ,
1 f' river, but every hour brought Nelson'sTexans from Ills llp long .... ... ", ,"m'
t,1 hurrIed to tile upper' !battery to consult asnengerH. It Is evident that this popu- : enough; to Inquire: Total .. .." .. .5111,146 5S intcriuedlatM polna at I '
t nearer, and be decided to wait "l)!.l menu that tile F. H. Kovtc, County Treaanrer.A .
with DuimlnKlon and' \\VIllaniH! but on tar line In a t great favorite with the travel- you cigar: wai NOKTHBOD
I< I and, fight. log \public for our home people have been for you or.I 1111''f"' Leav.Tlruavllle for Jacksonville. I ,,,
P : iSurlng tbe night of June 10.the enemy tlu return uiot F'itell's IIl<'n between yearly patronizing the Clyne Line nod "(Jet out of berer': was all the disgusted Clieap; Iixllaii Ifivor Home. and In.rmedl.t.olit at I I' I'?'. ;
t ha
two ttei-ios. I I ,
It.jltylnyr whnt Tltnsvllle '
men for Simford .OSim,1
anchored Jutit below the batteries.i. seem thoroughly satisfied with the ships politician could,
14 ,
be could! cull around tifin.! he do May. This place eonsists of J Arrives Tlrnsvllle from "nford. I |
ma a service stateroom accommodations t31i acres I
$ i.. The fleet consisted of the Ironclads. etc. 21.1I
: .. liuil stand belirnd I llnnnlngton's, guns. 'he[ Clydes are progressive people aodal'e mile north of Fort 1'ierce. Four acresre ---
I Mound[ and fit. Louis
City and the
r \limit wan (u Mliijt! down nnd ruptured constantly studying/ the convenleuce The Little (:nr".o.T1tl'rl' cleared and( feneeil! nndthere, are

; tU I wooden gunboats Conevtofra and Tyler. When ordered tojttoit tlrliiir by FItoh and cumfnit, >.f their patrons. If. is ocr IM Illlli-li! j-fimfftft___n"o tr__. ho__ f.n.i......... 2:>,000( bearing pineapple plants on the \

I .Colonel U.J.- Fitch whose 1 regiment.f .iinlv; n iileiihiiie to a.ill from Jackminvill In a g.-inli'ii, I have wlllc'.I..In. | poor place. There are 2>' ucre ready to set A Sample copy of one of the best farm "

w. too 1'orty-iixtn iiuiintm. was on \\.IolIl'd. lr' un unit of tlnlr I grand! steamera and;'t won' ui 11 nt n I I'ttli'l I luix of flowers tit u III uraniiv treed and pineiippleH. The)

r coiumaiulcd the) expedition and! A. II. AT THE TOP. tiir hi mo people In ntlicllnsr I their roul window g-o\viiiar ru.limit with hnpplne.vM remaining 1 I nine I ncrea: in good pineapple papem published, free, If you nil! 80nd

I o Kilty of the MIMIIIIJ City was chief of rClI'unllll.ll trips nor! 11 could not travel I us f'adl Iniil! ..11I..UIUI.tllIl,1. 1<1II11'dI land :\11,111 portion iif it I good for trees. your name on a postal' card, meuii' 'iI

I ,, the Hotlllu. Karly: on the morning of It Is a laudable ambition to reach the In Ktea. comfort titan by the Chile I upon I lier jrentlc I luiiid Water It hns n frontage uti Indian( lii ver. The, .

the 17th Colonel Fitch landed hta men top of the ladder of success. But many : 1.1 net The. rates' lire always! connlderint.. I I !' 1 riinli-n I nnd I tend I It well A little yourIItII' t best uitfMIng, I ), bite is on n high elevation tllllnl.el' ,

,. .. liplow) the bluffs and marched! along a man who reaches tile topmost rung ho f.icr. ( hat llu-y inclinle meals'" andtalernnm lovi for overlooking the river, the town THE PIOWIO\.,
"tinll;:lit. a lltlle> for and
sympathy the Indian River
finds his There la
; poHition a torment instead of much I cheaper than byail.
the heights to ('ngnge'lIlJuws' sharp- a ruin nnd I the cimli'ii. of the heart 110'ilOllat', the Atlanta ( .
triumph. lie has A let tes ndd'I.'II.d'y, I". M, lion-I : lUll) on premise (
I, shooters. At the name time the fleet Micrificed his i flIl sager, jr.. AM..'t Uen'i I'mcenger. Agent, .liloom with 'iH-iuillfiil dccda", and. fr.i- Fort Pierce is a division point on the

I.l led by the Mound City steamed ahead health to success.A acksonvllte, Flu. "III biluit you full grant: tliouulitx 'I'lioilirli the Iii'll uty of Florida Knt Const l Railway and a)>lace

.. and tossed shell and grape\ Into the man can succeed nrllo.il.irs. (,;111111. II. Will ton la the TI- the 1'0" Is lirlef. yet tlu perfume uuty of gome importance, with good; prospects -

: : woods and buxbes along shore.Fry's and be iiMville agent. tIC preHerved. lilii' I IIJI' of for future development.) Tliere)

f I guni kept silent, %until the :Mound strong if he UNs. forever.-'Srliuolnuixtcr.Kooil ineitKiry. n are stores ut oil I I klnd.fIVl'rall'llIIrI'lI1'8, t

I City eame abreast of his lower battery heeds Nature's school, p 8totllo(.' telegraph oltlce, etc. r ;
( ( 01.1 I' ----- -- '
iihLN1 Irloit."llarv 1'hl lri will I I 1
1 the naval rltles from the :Maurepaa. A warnings. When place: : mnken tine home and
I "hT there is indigestion : nilil! Hi.JOIIIIM/ itintron'nuioUnT and ("0101.. I rnpanie or Delnjf made quite a planta
l f t broadside from these guns drew the loss of appetite "l.; weniHti. to .me you were A writer In The Liincet says: "Since tIom). Five hundred orange and grape:

r it' Ore of all the fleet upon the batteries ringing In veryoltl,I to .Inlm I p tliix! morning'"Yen. i /" I begun' to stinly diet I have been astonished fruit treesand 100,000) pineapple plants -

and at the same time Williams! sharpshooters the ears, dizziness ." SlIP replied.el'u! beginning; to at tbe number of cases of ran be placed on it. Fl tIC fishing) hunt 7"/lt

r were hunted out of their lair spots before suspect him." which I hnve heard. .M....1ot !medical I lug and oy&teririj! in the immediate vicinity.

; ,f. j by the slirtl) and small shot from the the eyes or "The Ideal! You have no reason to. men. who by fitting/ lews und not so "Fort Tierce Is headquarters

gunboats and the bullets of Fitch's palpitation of the ("in sure." often luive I'oiind( 1 that I I their HUHceptlbll- for hunting1, fNhinjf and \sports genernllly. ef.r/
heart or all Trice *1 .'5OO which I is
; ,
skirmishers. Under cover of the any very cheap. f'ttt
gunboat of these "Haven't IT I dreamed last night Ity to
flue Fitch pushed Ms men up to point to symptoms weakness and that I sow him: klxsing another woman. as I 1111\.... met with point' to the conclusion C. T.udijreas McCARTT ,mlri// Il:
/. the rear of the lower buttery and after ":
lose of '' Philadelphia Press. thill !I' In the
nutrition. Dr. Mvctein ovi-rchurged, Ankona Brevard County, Fla. $ : .
looking the ground signaled! to I
over tierce's Golden Med- with tinr r millets 'of food WhiCh was N/il ,
Kilty: that he would storm the cal -
plueeunless Discovery cures diseases /stop tile Cuulrh 1101 required and C'IIIIII't only us a poison A Rare Chance.
the salloiH preferred, to take all of the
( stomach ami to every organ In thtr I IIs TG-K--
works off the Col I. body which : '
J the work of and other
slleneln% them. of digestion ,
; organs -
Laxative Uromo-Qulnlne Tablets most su 'cptlhle to colds.! 1110-11'0( I\"rel. (Jt0; feet frontage on /
l and cine a
responded thnt the
# navy would cold In Indian and Banana rivers COD( to 7K() r ru/r
one d.iy. Xo Cure. :Xo
iy perfect and abundant Pay.
ttike the (
contract 01011('. The land nourishment. Price 25cts. Tht Bride."Iloveut citrus trees, about half cominir Into t 5IN".uJ
ii troops. jroukl not do good execution bearing __ i
tangerines ;
u :r tribute l to- each vital I married you before?" grape
while tl.(' gunboat tire swept over ttifcrettt fruit knmqn.itft( 6 bearing
organ it enables the asked the clergyman,: mangnes.;
pleasantly of
of the I,hi IT.Captulu ioa of all the co-opera- Lose .( First Sliflit.Ills tbe :'t J bearing avorndoea 14O'i') ) bearing

I Kilty: brought the Mound serve the perfect organs health to pre.of Dog-Are you certain that your about young to lady be from Chicago who was pines 3Oito4 Joined to the KIDNEY
I City to dlretly In front of Fry's four the. body. mistress loves my waster? from Oshkosb. young man grapes bananaspersimiilonsnnllrsery
: gun buttery nnd pounded It wDh shot Po about two yrara J mnVred from a wry. Her Dog-Why. It was love at .first at>out l.OHlgour) orange' trees ready '
obntiunte cane of cY"I"'I"lo" wrltr R. ..:. Sccor.l. She "On I, twice she murmured coyly. to bud, a few peach trees,3acresyeget.
.t I for an hour. :.Meanwhile Dunnliigtoii Eaq., of u Kastrrn; Aw., sight pushed me off the sofa to able of
: : : I and tbe ceremony went on.-Boston land 4-inch artesian weir large the most fatal d
i trained bs! Kin the Mound (neil a great niiiulKr of "n't. : .: let blm sit down.-Detroit Free Tress. a
upon| City. ,,.. wharf drive well
Ce I finally lout faith in thrm. all. I wee to Post. soft water S-room
: ,At t that Kilty signaled the St. Louis far Roue that I cnulil not h"r, any solid nod In dwelling, \store! building, packing house! eases.FOLEY'SKK. I

"1 and her wooden coimorts 'to steam up .uy nd Mutunrli for a lunn time : felt melancholy In order to be In perfect health one Kcpitlslro tool house, w rl.'h0t18E'ton: ice box
dv'prrsacd.; Could! not <*!?rp nor follow .Feature' 1$
my }
c clone! and engage the lower batfery oixupatlon.; Some four month* ago a Irieml must be temperate In eating. The Blackheads, pimples 2 acres' of poultry yard. Fruit this F
while rcoiuiiicutlrtl your Golden Medical Wxcovery.' meals' should : greasy faces and year will bring $:100 to
:' \ l the Mound City took care of the After n wrck trtrntmcnt I hail dcnwd s<> much be regular Regularity is muddy complexions, which are so common from *IOO. Rent I
j upper' one. Duunington's trim proved Nrnent that I rnntinurd Ihe mdlrln. I have one of the golden rules of a well ordered among women, especially girl at vegetable land will keep up grove
to be a considerable distance akcn. three bottle and am convinced it baa Ute.-Lad.lu' Home JournaL certain a P. A. MCMILLAN; ,
j apart I. ago, destroying beauty disfigur
n ,
my case scvt>inr>lUliJ% a riermaneut cure. I Eau refunded.
., ; Captain Kilty passed the first under a can conncientlutuljr recommend" it 10lh. Ihou- ing and making repulsive features which Gallic Fla. o money Cnta 1}
.1. oCd}"pe|>tini throtiahout, the land.' would
I good headway, without The otherwise appear attractive remedies recognized
silencing it The "Common Sense Medical Adviser' Prescription for Malaria OLD LAD FOR ea fci
and his ship refined Indicate that tbe liver I III out of SALE. In any quanti. best
was soon between the' Chills
008 large pages in paper covers, is sent and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's order. An occasional dose of Herbloe ty, at the ADVOCATE offi e.Foley's nent physicians a the \

.I. fire of two heavy guns In point blank fret on receipt of at one-cent stamps to Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply Iron will" cleanse the Dowels, regulate tbe liver and Bladder trouble |

range. pay> expenre of mailing only. Address\ and quinine In a tasteless form. Xo- and so establish clear health Key

'f: For an bpux and a hilt the stilus br R. V. ftcrce. DWf. o. N. Y. Cure, Xo Cure Price 50cts. ion. 50c at B. R. Wilson, &: Son's.complex. Honey and Tar PRICB SOc. $114 $1.00..

cures colds, prevents, pneumonia. D. K. WILSON & -v


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f EQ. )I. BOBBINS Pre-empted Horn From Which HIm 'Always: Rvunond When thVoice :
Often Method Presented, wad StillThere Experiment Shonlnit the Com o.DUr.r.nt .
of the Mneul Call. In town
Are itlnnjr other. ltntlons.We every

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR the rods(nsTinl bolted observer through might the wonder timbers why at The Mohammedan begin his prayer First o. alt young,, chicks must have always keep n" tifcount of tht and village

AT-LAW.I I either end are placed under freight standing, with hIs hands outspread plect.of grit of Mume kind, cither good, feed the Lens coimimie during Noveui
and his thumbs touching the lobes of sharp sand or flue chick grit; also some ber. I)eerrul. January and IVbruury may be had,
Vlll practice In State and United States cars. They are not put there for hoboesto :
Court. ride on, but to stiffen the floor of the his ears. In this position be repeats eggshell broken tine for lime nnd some If we have a fair margin of profit for the
certain passages from the Koran, then bonnnonl I in their mash feed. In addition these tour mouths \Nf conclude Ui.it ri'
car. Sometimes there are four, two
Office at TITUSVILLE, FLA.L. close together on each side, but more brings his bands down to his girdle! to (this they must have clonu. freshwater poultry Inrs.IIull foiHllni stuff Will

often there are six, separated by equal folds them and recites several other always hand so they can help Tory high lust fall w<> concluded tc Mica 1
GAULDEN, distances.At jiiissiiKOB from the same book. Next be themselves No matter which methodof adopt the theory "o freely itd\orutpu 1 f
L feeding make use of, always by many to feed less corn and uior .
e the center, where the rods are rid. betide! forward, rests both hands upon you may
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, den; there is often room between them Ills knees and repeats three times with attend to the above first, lust and nitrogenous'; food.
all the time. The following methods We ", old hl.'lIl1ll1111 Axle
bowed head the formula of to we I llItl'I'etIUfty thirty
Will practice In all the Court or tbe State and the bottom of the car for a man to prayer
know lime SU'l'Cl.Il'(1111 others and.l pullets. The fullonlti Is the
t Florida, and the United States Courts. sit almost upright though with his God the most great. Then be rises and total t1.
1'. O Box,288. bead bowed forward but where there cries, "Allah hu akbarl" (God Is great will In your case If properly applied amount of food conmimcd during!; those
FLA.j You take choice four months Two hundred and l\t
are six rods the hobo usually lies sixteen times.He may jour : : ; Grease
across them like a steak ou a gridiron. then drops forward until his fore- 1Yrbt.-N o food In to be given in any pounds mliUlllHKs and hru 11. CO pounds

J. WEBB, While the train is moving slowly It Is bond touches the ground:\ between his case till the chicks arc twenty-foui oilmen I. CO pounds navy beans IOC
hours old. For the first meal boil pound animal 1. \ \ UHli. ,'la o'
easy as a rule to drive him off by extended bunds lie strikes, his bead some men O'fc( > that makes
ATTORNEY-A T-LA W for at lenst minutes. Clear wheat. S bushels The above feed htas. your
upon the floor at least three times pro eggs twenty corn.
throwing coal or rocks at him. If it is .
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th going very fast there Is danger of killIng claiming his humility and often a dozen eggs trout tho Incubator will do. Mash cost: $111!< or :'M! Ct'lIll1ll' ht->n. a ?uwTEST. horses glad.

Circuit. Taxes paid for nonresidentsnd him, and that is likely to get the mid sometimes twenty times the net, these eggs very fine and mix egg shell In Ism and IMiS we also fed t'lgbt3I1t'll"

rents and accounts collected. brakeman In trouble (from ten years to will be repeated according to his desire and all with broad crumbs, equal parts, dtirlnifthe above period. 'l'heJ'ut. .
riTUS7II.X.K, FLORIDA. life is customary). to show humility and repentance. and feed a little of this for tho first (\U) pounds clinical. 230 pounds bran, 13:: -- -

There is one other way of removing He then returns to hIs knees and, set day. For the rest of the first week give bushels corn, S bushels oats, half a
them fur meal I small out bushes. of wheat This of feed
morning amount
J>. PENNEY hobo from the rods under a freight but tling back upon his heels repeats a sumo FOR THEBOVELS
the brakeman must be a man of steady rituaL Next, arising to his feet, beholds meal; after that some small cracked cost $3. or 10 cents per hen. In the win
> nerve quickness and physical strength; his hands and concludes! the wheat, oho meal a day of tbe egg and ter of 1807-08 for every dollar of feed

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, also he must know exuctly where the prayer repeating over und again the bread crumbs" the rest; of the ration for we got $3.tiO of eggs. The past winter

'ITUSVILI.K, FLORIDA. hobo is before be'comes! off tbe top to words "There Is no god but God. and the llrst week to be the very small for every :Mohammed Is his prophet. crushed oats and wheat. From that celved $1.40 of eggs. if ran haven's a ,.g"lr:It..iiby--em.;; ... em' the

, Vill practice In all the courts of the 7th or get two him.ahead Dropping of the from one the under train which a car This may bo repeated once or a dozen time feed onca day n mush feed composed Comparing the two amounts of fee d puwsl.uw.u I o"n.11,1..err day be, ;run';r..yoro.ill,.or,,.:1\I:\u b.pup., e..p or.;roue.lo-. 1
1,1,1 ib9"In or 1.11I1'01.,1. 'I"" '"''' Th. amonlh.nt.a.l..t
Judicial Circuit. the man is riding the brakeman has or forty times, according to the piety of one-third cncb of l>rnn, cornmeal for the two periods, we observe that oiUan eo.I pnrr..mwar o[ ....'lln.' Lb. bowelsenuar.nd .
time to brace himself before that cur of the worshiper, and he holds a string and ground oats with a little meal last winter we fed only half as much a w CANDY tai. ,

A. reaches him (the traln'should be moving of beads In his hands to keep tally. His In It. As the chicks grow older add a corn ns usual. Since corn was very high/: CATHARTIC

pREDERICK MORGAN, I only slowly); then he seizes the obligations are then accomplished, but llttlo more moat each week, nnd do not we! concluded to feed more of richer articles
i he can go through the same ritual forget ? little hoiieiuenl I at nil times I In -wheat, meat meal and beans.
REAL ESTATE hobo by the cont collar or by Ns arms
AND INSURANCE, the mash. 1lilt Ie for each chick. This rich\ food did not produce
The motion of the train does the rest, again/ as many times as he likes. Themore Just ns many i
I/oans, Notary Public and the hobo is dropped, on tbe ground. frequently he does so the better Let the rest of their ration be broken eggs per hen as we received five and sit

ollectionb, Typewriting, Stenography. -Leslie's Weekly.Furore Moslem he is. Ills piety is measuredby corn, wheat and u little millet "seed' ; If years ago when we fed more corn. The i
the number of times be repeats his some' Oil lult'''I: so much the better, but eggs we received the past winter were

TITUSVILLE, FLA.WADE For Planter Patches prayers, amt like the Pharisees of the above nil things: compel them to hunt larger than common Also since the e r 1

Plaster pntches were Introduced In Scriptures he prays In public places.No and dig In chaff and mind for nil the snow Is gone and the hens are outdoor

U. JONES, England in the reign of Edward VI. bya matter where he happens to be or grain fond.Seeood.I'or. and receive lens feed tbe eggs are beginning EAT "EM LIKE CANDY

foreign lady who in this manner In- by whom ho la surrounded whether at the first two days rolled to get considerably smaller. N.rtea.ene..r mukiin, 1'.1..1., w,.k....,i.1'1'\\\Tate'. 10,flood M/,mill, noeeed.AO tonteKnr f '
oat two hours or us often ns tin1 The liens were healthy during t the bin. Writ (or fr.,. .....p e. sod buukl on
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE gculously concealed a wen on her neclc. labor In the Holds or soiling goods !In every very Add... "> n
They became such U cruzv and were his shop or however he may be employed clicks are hungry: : then for two ilaye past> winter Only one because suddenlysick II"UI.INQ setae' r ir&itv. chosen' U. raw v0...

Loans and Collections.TITUSVILLK carried to such exaggerated! lengths the :MuHttuluinn never forgets one reed per d.iyof nnish made from and dl<'l1. Never had we n flock of KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAM s
any good chick meal. Mix: in the timsl) lions Unit had such it ravenous UIIJll'tlle.>
... that they were Hnally lampooned out to 1 pray when the voice of the niuezclurcruliulH \ | |
FLORIDA. soiiio line chick! grit. After four day They actually began to eat scalded
of sight. The men. us well as the women hlui that the hour for devotion
stuck themselves over with these bus arrived. old ono feed of the mash per l day the\ clover leaves. They eagorly ate! soft Thousands Hare Kidney Troubla

EO. A. WOIILEY, beauty spots. No lady of fashion considered rest of their food broken wheat nnO cabbage\ leaving nothing but the solid and Don't Know it.flow .

her toilet complete until she NOT SO VERY GREEN.The corn some little millet seed small rolled eta Ik.
ATTORNEY-A T-LA W.oneral was equipped with her little box of outs and plenty of green food. Thin Some may surmise" that the hens are To Find Out.

practice in State and Federal patches cut In her favorite design If Florida Man Itattier Evened la quite] "tilmplo, but elves good results. In poor condition because they ore so Fill a bottle or common glass with your
Courts. All business Matter. With : und water and let It sand: twenty-four hours; a
entrusted will one happened. to come off in company, rp the New Yorker. Country tJentliMnan. hungry did not produce the number sediment
receive prompt attention. she hurriedly replaced It with ,a fresh When the young man from Florida of eggs as formerly They urn Indicates or settling

Jeneral Counsel for the Tuttle' Estate one from the box. came to live In New York, be woke upone The nOM!! Worm Medicine.\ heiivy and fat. The real (cause no unhealthy condition an

C| Miami. At length patching in England( wentso morning last winter, and going to doubt Is because they had no free nc- to o of the kidneys -

., MIAMI,. FLORIDA. far that party spirit was symbolizedby the window, be looked out on what was writes II. I'. Kumpo"One ,of DI'n glllt, Lelgliton had Ala.,, cess to car corn. Let a hen nave tin r ; If It stains

the of the A letter to him a novel scene. It was a snow : my ciiHtniners a privilege\ ; to pick off a grain of corn now your linen It Is
:TAMES position patches. child, which was sick and lliiew up all '
ANDREWS, In the paper on .tune 2, 1711. tells of storm, the first be bad ever sewn food, could retain nothing on Its! utomacli.lie and th'lI"alld she will be contented and evidence of kid- 1

ATT ORNE Y a visit to the Haynmrket and the discovery Jumping into his clothes be ran Into bought one bottle of Wblh,'" Creak not consume! nearly ns much other feed ney trouble: too
-AT-L tt W. by the writer of three classes the! street He stooped and gathered Vermifuge, and it brought up 11(1( worms as she will If corn Is only given her in frequent desire to

gala' office and postofllco address, 'TiTusVILLIC. of women in the boxes all differently bandfula of snow and threw them In from tho child It's the !bests worm coed the evening./ If the feed had been the + -"'"' the pass back It or I Is pain alao In

; Branch office at FORT PIERCE. patched. Upon Inquiry he discovered the air. lie jumped Into a drift and Iclne in the worM White's Cream Vor some price os five years ago, lust win convincing proof that the kidneys and blad- 1

Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co. that those who patched on the right sent it flying with his feet lIe finally mlfiiKe Is also the children's tonic. It ter's ration would have cost $2: more der are out of order
' lay down and rolled In It all the time improves their digestion; and assimilationof than the ration live
Notary Public State at Large. side of the forehead were Whigs and food their years ago. What to Do.
those who (favored the left were To- shouting and laughing at the top of his and, strengthens restores them to the nervous health vigor system Tbo comparison seems to indicate There Is comfort In the knowledge to
voice. that It Is feed I often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's
while who indifferently not practical economy to Swamp.
those and
E. FOSTER ries, patched elasticity of uplilts natural to child
STEPHEN One of the crowd which had gatheredto too much nitrogenous food-poor policyto Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
on either side were a neutral hood. 'JScts: : at IJ. n. Wilson &: Son's. wish In
declared watch his antics went up to him and feed protein to produce tat mid bent curing rheumatism, pain In the
whopp faces bad
not yet -
party. liver
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW back, kidneys, bladder and
told! him how bin. I every part
I mother used to cure Corn at 73 cents per bushel has Itt
tbeni8elves.-narpt Weekly. of the urinary It corrects
passage. Inability
Sims Building, ; tits 1I1I1I'olulltl't'I.'d to try It on hIm PICKINGS FROM FICTION. place? in economical I feeding. Pcrbnpi to hold water and scalding pain In passing

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. "I hitr'eu't' any "tit." the young, man it would have! been economy for ns tc It, or bad effects following use of liquor,

Deafness Cannot lie Cured. said. Ghost went out with gas.-"The Pa- hate, fed less wheat and bought some' wino or beer and overcome that unpleasant

by local applications as they cannot "Whafs(! mutter with yon then Itan's Cup." oats at CO rents per bUlllb<>l. There U neeeaslty of being compelled to go often
GEORGE W. ALLEN, reach the diseased portion of the ear. "Why, don't you nee the snow?" no doubt that many flocks of Gras werti during the day, and to get up many times
'It Is Hellish who cannot
only people
There is only one way to cure deafne s. "Yes. 1 BI><* It What of It? I have kept at a IONS Milt winter. The hitch/ during the night. The mild and the extra
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, and that in by constitutional remedies, seen It before" beltevp that they are 1I..llIsl.1.--E." U. price of eggs saved us.-A. Hhlrur In ordinary effect of Swamp.Root Is soon
IKY: WEST, FLORIDA. Denf DOS* Is caused by an inrlimed condition "'\1'11. I haven't. sold the Florida Benson, "Scarlet::! und! Hyi-Hop! National Stockman mid Knrnier. realized. It stands the highest for Its wonderful

Will, practice in the United States oa tho hiHCOUs lining of the Enntnohlnn young; man."What The things; mon Inherit are mostly .. cures of) the most distressing cases.
'nd State Courts Tube. When this tube gets; In- : You weight; they Must grow tlielr own If you need a medicine you should have the
OjunOS never be-
ll.imed you have rumbling sound or Imperfect saw snow win/jH./ -"In White und Black," .>.iKu Injuries often disable a man and bait.: Sold by druggists! 50c. andt., sizes.
fore? linked the \
bearing, and when It Is entirely astonished questioner In the of cause several days'loss of time,and when You may have a jample bolt!. of this
Kings are great the
BURNHAM, M. D. cloned deafness" IK the result, and unless "Never. Seems. strange to you, doo'tIU" eyes blood 'poison developos, sometimes! result wonderful discovery ,;: --
NS. the inllimmatlon\ can be taken out and people, but the people are great: In Ibo In the Ions of a hand or limb. Chamber and a book that tells ly: < .:;. -:
ibis tii be restored to its normal condition, "It beats any sample of verdancy I eyes of iod.-J., Iluntly McCarthy! "If lain's Pain !flaunt Is an antiseptic liniment. more about It, both aent t IH ...
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, heating will be destroyed forever; nine ever run across." I Were King" When applied to cuts, bruises and burns absolutely free by mall, ,

Ear, Nose and Throat. cases out of ten are canned by catarrh, "Oh. I don't know," mused the Florida One must love at least two women It causes them to heal quickly and without address Dr. Kilmer & ".."'.of IIwun,.."""" .
which is nothing but an InlUmcd condition rnicker. "Did you ever see an alll- to appreciate' either and did the silly maturationand prevents any dangerof / Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing mention -
TEST PALM BKACH, FLORIDA. of the mucour surfaced. stator eating u nigger? No? Well you creatures but know It arrival becomes blood poison. For sale by all drug reading this generous offer lit this paper.
We will One Hundred Dollars for I gists and medlolno dealers.
arp not', many after all. I have seen them like a putrb.-Edlth Wharton
HOUGHTOVS'LOATINQ any case of deafness (caused by catarrh) It tlmeu." : "Tht'alley! of Decision." I Ir
p\R. i that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh many ,And throwing a handful Ao r utln n.iF'* Wit I .
of now down bill shirt collar, he Men are singularly unoriginal when
Cure Send for circulars, free. An actor who knew Atignstln; Daly
DENTAL APARTMENTS P. J. CUENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. pursued his joyous gambols.-'New. they' make love or pray. Women and well told this story of (lh* great theatrical
/i Sold by druggists, 73o.; Hall's Family York Mall and Enprens. the Deity have been perpetually bear manager's ready wits 1 Ferry's
on the "Dentos," Tills are the best. -- iI Ing the siime thing from the beginning "We both r Made make
chanced to be depositors In
, food crops, food
Cures !Sciatica. "
of of Eden.:
IIJ"E'ch.-"The Story and victims/ of a bunk which suspended crepe make more oaf
Now AT PALM BEACH.Foiey's 1;..iiII11 onnt .'r free n.a,.... Rev W I.. Riley, L. L. D., Cuba, N. A woman never does care for her payment Like others, when the new tomers-ao each far the
We f'lMiiM'iiily tlii Miiteuiini lethe n I Y. writes: "After fifteen days of excruciating crop and customer. have
-- see soul much she for
-- --- -- -- ---- own HO ,as cares tbe of the disaster !became known we hurtrll'll
Thane the
sclatlo. greater.
agricultural exchanges that !It cost, pain man slit loves, ,but If she I I. good she off the bank grown .
Kidney Cure under various treatments I was induooclto l to to pick up what In. Mor t of the rerrr ( ">
mono to feed a ben that IK. kept con try Ballard's Snow Liniment, the first cares for her soul more than for her formation/ we could and coming down More Ferry's Bade sold
nakes kidneys and bladder right.VirginiaHomes. fine-el! in n yard than one Hint In given happiness or even tbau for tils hnppl- and sown than any other
tbe from offices
application giving my first relief, and the steps the Into the street! kind, Bold brad dealers.
free range. This Is undoubtedly tru second entire relief. I can give It unqualified ness.-"Tbe Alien,' Mr. Daly's foot caught In tile mat, and &lrtAIHHUttt'Uie 'W.rrr .

if only the food furnished the two recommendation. 2)0,600; and with some difficulty, be managed to D. M. r. JL Co.Dttrolt .
flocks from the grain bin Is considered *l. at B. II. Wilson & Son's.A A Good Memory.When lave himself from falling. I was entering Mloru ,
but having kept quite large Bocks in Theodore Roosevelt was
--- --- -- governor the building, and seeing tile
each way we thought that It those running Simple Itemedr.: of New York he was. a great mishap. I ran up. saying:

at large were charged with the The readiness of some people to send friend] of tilt porters and employee of 'I hope you have not hurt yourself.'

learn damage done In trampling through the for a man to do those little things the New York 'Central. One morning 'Oh. no; thank you,' be replied. 'I
its Ton all about Virginia Lands, mowing fields, picking the fruit and! about the house which the Binalleit be took the 0:15: train from Albany only lost my balance." The Largest and Most Com

resources, prices, products, etc., by, mode reading of cultivation the- scratching in the garden and dower amount of enterprise or ingenuity west and! as be entered the car be said date Establishment South.

Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. beds the balance would be the other would enable them to do for them- I to Adams, the colored porter "Hello, Dlda't Both. the In..ba....

for 3 months subscription to the "'/1". In fact we hnv had It rout nn elves i Is illustrated baa Incident re- porter I You here still?" More Incubator batches- ere spotted CEO. S, HACKER & SON

Farmer Co., Emporia, Va. more for 'u nelghb'or'H; flock! running at ported In tbe Chlcafc-J Tribune of a "Yes air" replied the porter "and by tbe anxiety of the operator than

tariff, than It did for our own In the family named Cbuckster. I'm going to stay here till you get to be from any other cause. Get the machine

yards. The motto. "Everything in its They bad bought some new gas burner president, nod then 1 want you to give going properly and don't botherIt

3ANNER SALVEthe phl,(-,.." Is us npr.llrnblp to tlif bell HM t i. with mautlea. For a week or two too a job." except to turn the eggs: : and flit and
cow. and swine, und we do\ not, want "I'll <> your promptly replied tbegOTf'l'nor.
most healing salvo In the world. tbe light was satisfactory; then It grew K trim the lamp. If tin temperature! I Ium'
either given fro singe enough to trouble dim and dimmer until Mrs. Cbuckster and sure enough, wileD GOT runs up or down reset tbe regulator
__ __ _
n ourselves or our 1I4'Is-bLor.-\mpl': sent for the Jalllttpr. ernor Roosevelt become president of but do not try to bring l \ the temperature

BO YEARS run 1'ultlvator. "It grows worse all tbe time." she ex. the United States be surprised Adam back In DTP mlnntps.
EXPERIENCE -.------ plained. by sending for blm to go to work In

Cures Eczema, Itching Humor, "When was It put In?" asked the Washington.-Schoolmaster.UeiimrkuMo fOf"M It I'ay to Buy Cheap
man. A cheap remedy for coughs and cold
Pimples and Carbuncle "AJiout month U all right, but you want something that
Costs Nothing to Try. a "ago.to Cure ot Olarrlioea.' will relieve and cure the most severe and ..
"Ab. I
B. B. U. (Botanlo Blood Balm) is now yes: aee. dangerous results of throat and l lung ..Y +ryIMANUFACTURERS
. Then be lifted the chimney off. took "About six year. /ago for the /first time
recognized as a certain and sure cure for troubles. What shall you do? 0"0 a
In life I had sudden sod severe attack -
V'J TRADC MARastorrnlaaTS eczema, itching shin, humors, scabs, pimples It out to the- kitchen washed It with my ot diarrhoea," says Mrs. Alice Miller warmer and more regular climate? Yes, OF
i7 DESIGNS scales, watery blisters, aching bones soap and water and the light burned of Morgan, Texas. "1 /got temporary If possible; If not possible for you, thenIn
Ac.K or j jlnts, boils, carbuncles, prlchlns pain as brightly a. ever relief but It cam back again and again, either case take the only remedy this Doors Sash Blinds.Me .
flrnn n.ndlne, (ketch and Hvarrlntlnn minlrtK.y In tbe skin, old eating sores, ulcers, etc. "Fifty cents," Mild the ma 0. and for six: long I nave entered has: Wen! Itt'rodiiced! an-ohllixed conn-
; aM rt MI our oi.ln"n fr 10 pritt blr ."entaMe l ' rrlcllrnnMntlenrfol. HnJKlftoo BO Pat nU troubles chee'a
"lIo German
the worst and most deep-seated Myrop"It
4 mt fi .A. tJMHNk .v.noy for.0curliiir patenut. cures A WIdraU. It was worn. than death. My husband.
Pnt0nt. teeen thr u>h Wunu aLtt.ncar. cases by enriching, purifying and tans( "Yon may his money tell to him?" pent hundred of dollar for physicians' i not only heal and stimulate the tl..- Office Warerooms: King, opposite
n.tta, wit bout shone, tb.Sd
gwrWi la *
lag the blond, thereby tiring a healthy "No IIvfHI to It-tumbled prescriptions and treatment without sues to destroy the germ disease, but al Cannon StreetCharleston
3itlfic Jjm.ricam blood supply to the skin. BotanIc Blood through Inflammation, causes easy expectoration
arall. YI.,1I1W. moved to "
a font bole' and sued the dt1.Cblcao Itonque conn nlveh! frond night's rent and l ] S. C.
the to for cure
lot I
A b.n 1nom..ly ft.strstsd ......Wy. I......! rtrZL'b.roJd"bh Balm only cure, stay cured Ilt-rulil ty, our present borne, and one day I hap the. bottle. Itocont- ,
these awful tkln troubles. It pntlent. Try one
tul-uuii' or .ti e annoying pened] to see an advertisement of Chamberlain's
m r. fnnr :.; : fMiwwiMlerj.V1HN'N heals every sore and given: tbe rich glow <(< ollc, Cholera, and Piarrhooaliemoily mended man years by all druggists; In Sash Weights Cord and
!!? J& fin 36IBro ..". flew York of health to the skin. Builds up tbe Cholera Infantiim. with. a testimonial of a man: who the world. You can get this Tellable ,
ttrkucb t).to.. die* f BU WuI>luU.....U.(,;". broken down body and make the blood This ban long been regarded; l M one of bad been cured by It. The cass wa no remedy at It. K Wilson A: Bon's. Ot r
red and nourishing.! Especially advised I the most dangerous and fatal diseases to similar to my own that I concluded to preen Special Almanac. Hardware.
Clj ent medicine and 1 hot springs fail to cure. however, when properly treated. All that ful. could hardly realize that I was Window and Fancy Glass
Druggists: 1. To prove B. B. B- cures, Is necessary is to Chamberlain's. Colic welt attain/ or belle It could be so after
,Tickets and reservation via the Clyde cures, sample sent free nod prepaid by Cholera and Diarrhoea liomedy and having suffered so long, but that one bottle i //J'>7"Lrt/ A SPECIALTY. ,..
eamshlp Line can be secured of Chan writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Oa. castor oil, as directed with each bottle of medicine, routing bat A few cents Ie bell of lb.
This gsneln.
.Ipatan en :
. Walton at the ADVOCATE: office, Tlsvtlle. Describe trouble, and free medical advice and a cure Is certain. For sale by all! ear.. sent In sealed letter. druggist and medicine dealers. Inc dealers.
Us. remedy that cure a ..... la ewe (tar forchUdreaafcsure. No opiates.


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/ '7'".t'I'I 4: EAST COAST ADVOCATE, JULY 18, 1902.


(Il11J JL WBBKLT JOUBKAI-DBTOTKD TO THB DBTBLOFMBMT We think it-clear that public The table below, Rives the vote in the primary held July 15th in Brevard INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

J OF THB IMDIUX BITCH, I.ABBWOBTH sentiment in the. United States la County by precincts. While we cannot guarantee it to be absolute correct
tl4 rx, A.XD ISOAT.I .IBOTIOKf.' with the President rather than with It la as nearly so as the ADVOOATR and its corps of assistants, at the polls, could ,
r'.It the ruling majority in Congress in secure direct from the tally 8h etll. No Election at Ankona precinct. COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

44 PUBLISHED EVERY raIDAY.OUALZ. regard to reciprocity with Cuba. .... as ..G' "' Authorized capital $ i lOOcc
The President made an honest and .!I CI bO,I:= c: I .... = ... ..; < H. WALTON, Editor .d Pubtlaber.h :::; ti :a.:! Iq .!! .gt;: &: Oa.. '
Y high minded endeavor to deal in OANDIDATES.: e :; w C7 .;: &d Qt tf.2 .e g h .y -;;; \ Average deposits, $1OO.OOJ(

1 \ h ; Discontinuance of sdvte. moat be made per- the matter of economics with Cuba, g ii .8/. /';j ... o Dally at this office or by writing. as we have dealt with her in gov- .:! h is I I loj ,::I ::, r i t... W If: ,,:.-; r" :: 1 bUfl: jq: :rr: :: For Transacts a General Bankint
ernmental affairs. But he has been
I '
U. 8. Senator I I -
1 Ohenk.eto.,mar be made payable to CHABLIH. defeated, and this defeat is to be r 10 420
Stephen R Mallory :JO .7816.78;)I 14 734.To . 5 811\ 61626,12,
WALTONpoblieher.J regretted, not merely for the sake I For Lori grees: I .1
I l' of Cuba, but because It has been Robert W. navis 34 ,8910478713 03(1,17. 5 70. 10 6172613 467
J J + Address all oommunioatlons to unquestionably due to that influencein For Supreme Court: I 1 Largest and Oldest Bank on the Ely j
j LAST COAST ADVOCATE Wm A. Iloeker 26 46163811:10/) 46. 15 4 7" 10 II .82411 202 corky t ty
l h 1 r TrTvlVlLLS, FLORIDA.U. politics which as a people we JOI, B. Wall. . b 4M 2 822 (9 I 9,4 l. . 2 8 ? 1 110/ 1 2 102 r Exchange bought and sold on all Foreign
most deplore--the influence of the For Sen'taryof State : Countries.
.' Crawtord. 31 ( 810 ; 429 .
; -- trusts. H. Clay .8(116443318 83-.11 5 ? 11)4132512
Patronage appreciated. Prompt service,
S. Department of Agriculture We the who For Comptroller: ,and eve'avor oonKtntant pout>
gentlemen treatment with
'J suppose oo i ia
: A.O.Lroom.27: 61163610 I b) 829 f 16. 15 612. 8.3 61112 271 rvative banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS .
,("',;: Weather Itureau_Jupiter, Fla. manage tbe affairs of the sugar I, J. :UcCall.. 6 24 3 I 921 II 4 T 70. 1 4. 3. J 11 8 J 177 t1'
/ trust, and of the beet 'sugar Inter- For Railroad Oom'r. 1 7 't Seaboard National Hank of New i York iti,
i tli 1:'ft(' The fallowing comparative elate ests, understand why they have opposed Jefferson B. Brown 4 20 1 611 7 2 8 13; 3 1 73 W t ;+r. Itatlonal' Bank'Jacksonville, Fla.
1i I ment of temperature and rainfall for the these concessions in favor of R. IlIId"on Burr. 28 5316: 4120 8 237 / ? 7.4 2013 3)0; '
I' week ending Tuesday July 8,1002. Henry F.Day.,14 2014 9) 8' 2 3 2..124 ..rJTI7 VILLE,
t -1002- -1901- Cuba It is suggested in some John O. Ward. . 6 6.1 3 4 2 3 1 3. .1 2. 64 --- --
i >j'' ";t BATB. MAX MlIf MAX MlIf quarters that their ral purpose is J. N. Whltne1'. . 13 56. 1328 lj 7 4 4!6..5. 3.210 J 196)

j I : \ 1" 9 86 tJO 88 78I to force Cuba into asking for an For Representative: Ii THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY]
I i I 10 88 72 88 76f nexation. When it .ohall have be- Wade H.Jones..13 7312803114 831 1 6 113327
\ ''ff'1' I 11 88 76 87 7& w. 11. McFarland. 24 3-J: 11612 2 1 tJ 7 /5 11 2.t 178
of these United States ,
12 00 76 02 74 come a part For Tax ASle8S0D : .
4 I 13 00 7n 80 77 they will proceed to control the J. F. Wootell.t; 1))11.411:111)$) : 011 I 9} 5,132 271 Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
I 14 88 73 8'7 78 manufacture of sugar there as they n. B. Stewart. 22 46 30 4 .27 1 4 21812 239 ,
; ;lilk l U 1:11): 74 88 76 already in our and thus For Tax Collector: 32..2. *
'. Total raInfall for the week: 0.00i country, E. W. hail . ,30 8914128, 411 829 9 I) 10 2 /5 31, I 208
i Departure from normal rainfall for the swell the profits. of the trust. However P. A. 1I011111an 7 16 II 23 42 6 110 7. 8 15 14 23111 223 Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick
r week: minus 1.19 inches. Departure that may be, no right minded For Co. Treasurer : 47.. ,
t'' from normal rainfall since January 1, citizen can feel other than a senseof John IL. Wynn . 76\\ 11717J'S2: .. ,.. 2. 161312235'
'." minas 9.74 Inches. bumilation at the spectacle of John Ht'nry . 30 411635 2512 113 ..\. 4 .81a 12 011 13 1 2(13( 1(:Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone] No. 26: :'
For rrol'tln Att'y :
UAL. P. HABDIN Observer.
our highest legislative tribunal resisting n A. Fr08t.. . 17 48 112 (6 I. 112 21).1) 1. 2 41125: 170 J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.
I! public sentiment resistingthe n. L.Gaulden.,12 3U/J3J; / : :! tl2 i5 2.4..12 260F.
AND now let the defeated candidates President, resisting even p pol J. Wehb. . 8 2- '? 6 I 6 I 4. 8 13.. ..? 1 1 7 1.3 ? 1 78 -- --- ---

M'' of the dominant in Con. For Game Warden :
remember that holding office icy party n.. A. lIardee' . 7 23. 2513 6. 31 19.) 1 8. 4. 7 6. 11\5 & Baker
; : is not the chief end of man, but gres and doing a great wrong to .r.A.Robln80n..14 89161522 II 6 829. 1418.\ 276 IHO 203 MeMurray .
i'' w I that there areother responsibilities an island that has every possible E. O. Summerlln U 40.2 0 0I/ 1 4 49. ? ? 2. 7" 511 a II\Ij\ ,

\ .Ii'' \ which ,they must assume, and perhaps claim upon us for protection and For 00. Oommlslili'l'r.:
I '41' :::: than that of help : all at the dictation of the lit Dlstrlot. I 401-413 East Buy Street. Jacksonville Florida.
i :, greater holding John Walker:. 20 72143022 111258. G 211\.10711252323\
I .1 office. money power. Such a spectacle is G. F. Duren. . 17 .3132014 724. 27 ? . 6 I. 3..5 111' ] 185 :"'Makers and Jobbers of-. .
I so irritating .to the respectable peo 2nd District.: / /,

:,' SENATOR Stephen R. Mallory and pIe of the country that it can not John 14.( Miot\ ; :J2 .82'1344 :)13 780.62 1714.\ 11 5152011\ 403
.. be often repeated without the inauguration 3rd District. I I I. I Vehicles Harness. Carriage and Wagon Material !
Robert Davis
Representative \V.
i H..A.Conkling..20 1>1223 I 9 6 318 J:5): IS 311 .0.6 24.12 280, ::
{ i f and S. M. Sparkman go back to of some radical measures I' J. T. Snell . 14 4-2 :i310 521 II. .4.111 205
\ /i' t Washington for their respective to diminish the influence of 4th District. .5,23 4 I I 11 1/1/ Saddlery, Rubber Tires.

I 1 : 1 terms, loaded with honors: The, trusts over our legislative bodies. John O.JonesHenry .16 6313 23 2515; 824 7 3 3 2.18 278
i' I Greed will not be tolera. I. Klopp. ..21 86'' 3 ; 1 Ill 15 315' 216 First-Class Repairing and Painting, &c. &c. :
1 I.tt. people of Florida aro perfectly satisfied always 11th District. 2J..4 1 11. .
"t II-, \ with these gentlemen, and are ted, and it is not safe to transgress J. P. Bell . ,31 87 14 45 30 13 ,720l } I ,11 162312 415
i"IIII" ., glad to have them return. With too openly and defiantly, the real For .School Board :

f .,' the gentlemen and Messrs Lamar purposes of the people. It ia enough 1st District : East Coast 'Lumber & Supply Cola|;

J f L. And Talliaferro, Florida will have to know that the trusts are trying 2nd John District.M.Dixon..3.821548201! 832.e5. 15 1515..13- 415 I / ll11 309

; N "k fine delegation in Washington. in secret. and apologetic manner, B. N. Andrews . 24 27a3816 73641..4.1.9. 7. ; 15 2(121'8
to rob the people of their righto. W. O. Braddock, Sc IS 39 1 616 4 ,4& 31 20 : ... ,1. 1 2 II 1 ,4 140 GENERAL OFFICE: EAU GALLIE FLA.
; but when it to bold dell. E. V. Hall. 22 2 7 7 1".2 14,7'6. 3.4 6:23': 100
1 comes a " ?
Yards Titusville Eau
Ii at Gallle and Fort Pierce.
I TUB flrst-claig battleship Illinois
3rd District. ,
of the President and the
I 'j .4 owing to faulty ateerlng gear, ran ple ance whom be represents then peo-we J. 35. FulU ...5 .70 15 30281\1630.61.,8.716..1181S2411381'\ : Complete stock of Lumber and Building Material of all kinds; Sash and Doort, ;
I aground at Christiana Norway, on For Member Co. E*. .
think It high time to call a halt. Committee : I and
Monday last and will have to put Blinds Builders' Hardware. Address all orders to the General Office.
It now looks as if the next contest At Large
"\ .J into harbor for repairs. The Illinois between the will B. B. Wilson.. 27 MIl) 3321 6 31-.44. ? 2 .616" 11 .612\ 26 12 :318
I ni I,' is one of our new battleships great parties J. H. Smtwd n .. 1133213108 IIID.4"! 2,1 ? 2" ? 131
be the of tariff and the 4// ,
I I I': and is, t practically, on her first long on question 1st District. H. A. HODGES....
t.' cruise. She Will be all subjection of trusts to the author F. A. Morgan . .19 i 43 722 7 8. I 9 28. .!. 1.4 0. 1),1 .825'11 2113DI6t2:24 ," Manufactnrel of
: soon right, ity of the government. Cuban reciprocity B. L. Brady, . 17 : 3 722\ 48 4,713. 11.2,91 11 250/
however, and prepared to Interest will and Wtt.Sanders.,15/> 7 116 714 n 7 16. ... I'" 2" 2 .217 2 113 ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
come again
'I I battleship with which she may up J.N.Wall..r.,10 54 9 020JU31 8 419 32 2,1 5. a.4.3 41188
'! any the party in power will have to explain 2nd DistrictII. ? ? ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads Fruit and Vegetable Crate '.
r be engaged at some future time. /
H I'Cft r their action in regard to this S. \Viillama,211/ .'0154221' \ 7 C2() .R4 . 1\.711\\ \ 9 132110:, 331 lay one contemplating/ shedding their pineapples, or oranges or building nauy
to: 1 t. 1 I matter, or they will find themselves W. H. :Sharpe. 27 60 15 11 027:. '.47 1\\ .011 10 .2 0 22 10 335: part of (Florida would do well" to ware for )prioi s. The saw mills are locatV<<
'. WHILE uncompromisingly opposed 3rd District. I at Buffalo Bluff: near Palatka on the J.. T. K. W. Ky. Lumber delivered to art)|

to outlawry, still we can not help missing at the ballot box. E. B. Arnold.,2;$; 61 1531 2010 .724 .60 5 .814 H' 321 part of the East Coast. Address: H. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, J"a.

,' n.G.Hardee.n: 11 3(1( 27 ::4.634.46. 4.4lU. 8 317
I"" I but the desperate pluck and 4th DistrictK. i I I -

J t i bravery of the bandit Ed Traoy TUB ADVOCATE wishes to return B. Kaulerson. 27 5714272112,780,110.I 11,513 ? 8.-. 922,10' ', 830 The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In tbe State.
>> '' f lIe has shown courage that would thanks to those who so kindly secured O. F..0Imlltt'ad.,23 48 114ft 3031( 9 ,8231,116.) 4.7 8 ? ,2122210: 1 312

; I have won honors) If displayed in a fob it the correct and com- 5th District."B. 1* I A Y84NA '
I'' J. Traynor . 23 13 SO I 21 8! 223 I 63 4.8. 9. 8 211 25 10 312
better last each
t; cause. From accounts plete vote at precinct at the K. I<, Brown . :lJ 58,1&23171. 9 02t: 66| 1j.1'I II H .410 2.110: 323: Wm.: A. SOUrS:: &; Oo.
be was still at large, And defying primary election held last
Eden, Fort Drum and Haulover precincts, have not ;yet reported to us.
) the law. When finally rounded up
U" '
he will, more than likely, die with ., ,. ,
I his and the world The skin of Mr fVvth. BREVARD COUNTY COMMIS- destroy the paid warrants turned over l
"boots will
+I' on, In tbe book of Jolt nppenrs- the sen by 'Treasurer.. They reported they; 7 7a
i Flour Grits. Meal and Fertilizers
"I"" be happier without him. ,,., ,
II tense 1 am vm-nped with the skin nr SIONERS.The had done so and were discharged The :'

I t' my teeth" which la modernized "by Treasurer had his usual certificate otdepoll 7MI_ 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ':
r I FROM latest returns received Itt the skill of my teeth" and gives tbe t.Report. ,14Agts
I certain that Hon. W. Idea of u narrow scape one BO clone ns Board was called to order on the of Superintendent of Roads ; for furma Feud. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.I't. .
seems quite hv 7th, Instant, by order of the Chairman and guard of convicts was received anc ,,
to just by the thickness of the sk'non
tt 54 : B. Lamar candidate for '
Congress Present J. K. Walker, let DletrlctJ.; filed. -
4 tbe teeth, which
I from the new third district, has Is so thin that no R Miot, 2nd District; K. A. Conkllnjr, Bond of Dave Roberts, as' principal
: won over both of his opponents, the microscopist" hna yet been able to find 3rd District ; J. C. Jones, 4th District and D. B. McKinney and R. C. McKln- Subscribe for the ADVOCATE and all the tj
It. 1'0 east In get
' the tepth" means to and J. 4'. Bell, nth District; A. A. Stewart fey as sureties, to carry a Winchester
"r", lions. Fred T. Myers and John S. throw delimit reproached or InmuitsBpltrfull.r. clerk; and J. P. Brown, sheriff. repeating rifle No. 4211: caliber :30, was
: Beard. We congratulate Mr.\ Lamar at one would cost n stone. nt :Minutes of the last regular meeting, approved. '

.11 J 1 and predict that he will l wear the *xpon">d I twtb of u Knurling dog also of the call meeting of the Board were Bond of Chns. r.. hatch, as principal, News of the East Coast week.
;, r I t, the honors gracefully, and will "Tooth and null" denote the mannerof read and approved. and Jaa. J. White and Jos. Paxton as every
1 an action full of frenzlfd fury typl- Clerk's report of tax certificates redeemed sureties, to carry a Marlin rifle No.
.make a splendid representative. or put,chased during the monthof 41583., caliber 23: wan approved. .
fled ,
; by bltlui and ---- --
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HorutcliliiK. wb -----
Both of his opponents are fine gentlemen an n .'June wait received and tiled. Bond of R. F. Hatch, aa principal, and ----- ---- -- --
k two belllgt'r-tnt outs awake the fur tly. Whereas the to Jas. J. White and Jos. Paxton
and very competent men. committee appointed aa sureties -
t survey and lay one public- road start- to carry a Smith & Wesson pistol Fine Job Work
'. A nillwrnt Pol I co Official. Inn at east end Center street:, thence run No. Ill MM, caliber 30, was approved. Quickly ExecutedAT
THE primary has had a fair show A man who \VIIH "wanted" In Russia north as near Indian River to Turkey Bond of Unas. L. Hatch, us principal,
and now the people can decide for had lio-ti pUntoKi'upbfd, In six different Creek as practicable, crossing Turkey and Jaa. J. White and Jos. Paxton as
themselves whether they like the poKltloim. mid the pictures were duly Creek at Mennley PulnT. thence In a sureties, to carry a Smith & Wesson pistol THE ADVOCATE OFFICE
clivuliited the northeasterly direction along north bankof Xo. 141808! caliber. was approved
UIIIOMK police depart.meats
Some time
system or not. will said Turkey Creek to or .near Indian! I Petition of voters and tax payers.,of tae -----
elapse before there will be any de. The chief of ont of these wroteto River, thence In northerly direction 2nd CornraliiRloner's: district, for a special

tided expression of opinion as the bendquurtere| a few days after the near bank of Indian River an practlbln tax of 5 mills for road purposes, was ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING HOUSE.
.' it and contests and .Issue or the net of portrait and stated: thence along the bank of said river to W. chocked up with the registration and tax ,
I protests every 'Slr; I have duly w".|v,-d the portrait I. iletcaK's south line, thence west to books. A majority of the voters and taxpayers
I '. other sort of test must be heard ere of tbe six. miscreant whose capture In and intersecting with road leading to new having signed the same, on motion ../
;, F the present system of voting or desired. I bnvv! rented eve of them. county bridge crossing Crane Creek at the petition was granted. r'
I nominating candidates is adopted. and the sixth I la under observation and Melbourne, having failed to comply with The Board took the tax books and. ./ _
With some modifications the primary will be secured shortly." the law they are discharged, and J. O proceeded to equalize the taxes.
Fries Lars Jorgensen and Jos. William Report of C. J. Reams, et al., marking[
will all is v
I and
prove right, AeeovdteK son are appointed a committee to survey out a public road at Quay, was received, tN ,
to Onnlvr.The .
evidently here to stay for a longtime the route specified In said petition and and without objection the same. will be
phrase "according to Gunter"remains report the same to the Board at the next, declared a public road at the August
In our lutiicuuse us a perpetual regular meeting to be held first Monday meeting.
memory or Gunter. tbe English mathematician hi' August. Report of T. W. Jcffers, et al., mark
t THE newspapers of a town are who was born In IStit and Clerk's: au supplemental tt of tax certificates ing out a public road from Oslo to Vero,
like looking glasses, and you see died In KKM.: Almost to tbe present redeemed or purchased during was received and without objection the
) yourselves as others see you If time the works. of iuntor were considered the month of. June, was received and same will be declared a public load at
t your town is doing business the standard lie was the inventor of flled. the August meeting.
thlllurvl'yor's Tax Collector's report of polls collected Bond of T. L. Paine, ns principal and
local will show it in its advertising chain.of the logarithmic
paper during the month of June and amount. W. II. Jones and James Vain as sure ;
# \! columns ; but If the merchants line, of tbe quadrant of the scale bear- lOll to '4.4 for the year lilOO, and $00 for ties, to carry a Smith A Wesson pistol,
'I are scared, spiritless men, ing his name and anything In matbematlcs 1UOI, was received and filed No. 344550;( caliber 38, was approved.
i with stores of goods all jumbled to be right mast be "accordingto Tax Collector's duplicate report of Insolvencies Resolved that Mr. Woolen be allowed r/

J and business GunterV errors, etc., for the year 1901, $200( for sending out printed notices to ._.. _
.'. together, nn doing, amounting to 3i4.22) state tax, $78.69 all tax payers, of the valuation of their
the newspaper will show it by the... Saves "Woman's Life. school tax district No. 1, $73.72 school property. :x,
r lack of space they take. If you n tax district No 2, $38.25 school tax dig- On motion duplicate warrant No. 6800,
t, want settlers In your town; or if To have given up. would have meant trict No. :H, $107.29: road tax district No. for $10 be Issued to Dr. C. P. Platts, he l ,1 4 II G c li
A t death for Mrs. Lois Crags of Dorchester. 3, and $92, !>.63 county tax was received having made affidavit: of the loss of the # 1
make live
you want to your town a ,. Mass For years she had endured untold and he Is allowed to take credit for the original warrant, and the Treasurer Is
I town, the best way to do it is to misery from sever lung' trouble and above amounts. hereby Instructed not to pay the original id lit
t keep your advertisement constantly obstinate cough. "Often," she writes, "I Report of Tax Collector and 'County warrant.
before the public in your local could scarcely breathe and sometimes Judge of licenses collected daring the Road petition! of n. J. Haney et a).,
t Who settle in could not speak. All doctors and remedies raontn of June and amounting to $:II for a continuation of the Rio road, is reected. -
I paper. wants to a failed till I used Dr. King's New state and $1 county, was received. .
"dead" town, whose merchants are Discovery for Consumption and WM completely Report of Justices of the Peace Wm. Tbe Board equalized the assessment
too scared to let outside people) cured." Sufferers from coughs, R. Ro sch, C. F. Cockling, II. O. Bron- roll of the County.. J

know there are any businesses In colds throat and lung trouble need this son and W. L. Keefer was received. Bond of P''. J. Webb, as principal, and All kinds of Commercial
grand for It The Treasurer's received : Stationery printed at the above office.
.. the town? For live merchants remedy never disappoint report was J. T. Basoett and O. F. Duren as sureties
Cure Is guaranteed by n. R. Wilson fc and checked up. Messrs. Miot and to carry: a Smith 4 Wesson pistol LETTERHEADS, NOTEUEADS, ENVELOPES, BILLHEADS SHIPPIXO
watch the ads in these columns Son. Price bOo and .1. Trial bottles free Conkling were appointed a committee to (continued on 5th page.)
TAGS, CARDS, etc., etc., printed cheaply and expedltloosly.



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West Palm Beach. Eden. Melbourne. :, Rockledge-Cocoa.; GKORG MARL JOHN ]erAme.Da' .

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f Chas Homer has Just added an electto James Hill has accepted a position as' GOODS &: OOODE.-RNI RnUt and Xxwna. John Powers has returned from a visit .

plant to his newly acquired possesspns mail clerk on the F. E..C. R'y. A Kent tor itCtna London and Ijtvarpnol and of.a week to Tampa, whole he was called

couth of town, BO that his bungalow fljoba Provitltmua Washington, and Sun Fire oa bus!nets. WHOLESALE GROCERS
AO boast of all modern Improvements, E. U. Walker went to Orlando last Insurance. Special attention paid TO the

nd all within a year. The home of Mr.d Sunday, to visit Ms wife and son. interests of nou-resident*. The primary passed oft quietly here,

Mrs. Hamer Is certainly very attroo Walter Michael has been spending a without! any uccurnnoe of anything out

jve, and hospitality reigns supreme. week with his brother at this place. KIT: Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, of the ordinary. For results see tabulated Fruit and Produce Jobbers.
the pink paper of the East Coast, will be form on 4th pnge.
In reading the proceedings of the Coun- The days are very warm and dry, but received at the Melbourne Postoflico. .
Two three carloads of lumber have
Sohool Board the friends of the or
y many nights are delightfully cool, owing
lias Lela Smith, the principal of our to.the frequent showers in the back been switched In on the river spur and Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Ilgh School, will regret that she I I. to bo Mr. and Mrs. George Phillips have re- unloaded the depot presumably for
anaferred to the Miami School. Miss country. turned from their visit to Fort Pierce. tbe repair of the depot platform. "
the Club
The next meeting of Tea
pnith ban made, many friends, both In Miss Farley of Malabar, was a pleasant Kfiv. G. Vanlfoute conducted an Inter- ,.
of her school life and will be will take place at the home of Mrs. J. G. ,
nd out of
guest Mrs John Minor the past eating service on Sunday morning at II
23rd.: A attendance Is PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.
Way July good
.missed. We Miami week.R. .
atly congratulate I o'clock at the chapel at Rockledge and

nd sincerely hope our loss will be her desired. W. and Claude Bcnujean are busy I delivered a most excellent sermon to a Sood Potatoes Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In veason.ftfWo 1 '

iiln. Miss Lydia Brown, who has been visiting shipping pineapples from their eaatsitto very fair congregation. solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables.
[ lit. E. Qrnber will commence this week relatives here for the la five or six plantation.The -

extend the block purchased : months left oQ the 9th, for her home In The services at the M.-E. church), both .. .. .
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work of finishing the M. E. Par morning and evening, were conducted by
Newark N. J.
torn Mr. Maltby, and bis increasing bus- sonngo Is done, and the Templeton family Hev.'A. M. Dafger, the pastor. His services COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Kit Tiirnbull witness .. .. .... BO!
Beas has made It necessary to use the Albert Sbattuck, who has been here come on the second and fourth K are happy. .. ..
) Emma.: u .. .. .. /is)
ore recently occupied by Miller & Co.r .
for a month assisting his brother in the Sunday mornings of each mouth both I.
from .llIke HoKit" N .. .. ISO
> his own stock. lie will enlarge his packing house, left,the first of the week, Judge Minor R. Jones Tlttisvllle, morning and evening. ( 4th page.) .J M Snmtorii, criminal '''''.. It .' .. .. .... SIMFrail t.
rdware department, moving It Into the for his home In New Smyrna.:! was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Kryan, .. .. It.. .. .. .. 4 lilt(

taltby block, and his present qualters Gibbs last Sunday. Mr. Gilbert Is engaged> In hauling rook No. liOJfJ:! : : : caliber 38, wan" approved.On RpooUl\ Ttniul. Fnnil. [lit trtutu: S.Mm. .
ill be used as a storehouse. Mr. Gru- The Bachelor's Club met at the homeof for the Improvement of the Highway motion the letter of Commissioner 11:, "'. liavlll, bore hire... .... .. .... TOOK ,;t
John C. Jones, one of Tttuavlllo's ': It \Villlniim read work.... .... .. .. .. A ran : if
business E. J."Sbattuck. Saturday evening and He began at MorvMn'n foot of lIartun
T'S ability and integrity Is of Agriculture B. E. MoLIn is referredto .. .. 1 '
popular young men, was In Melbournethe ", lirown, .... .. .. .. .. .. 4 on
(cognized and appreciated, hence the had a very enjoyable time. The eveningwas avenue and woiks south. All will welcome Mr. C. McCarty! and he Is requestedto J H Merrtweatlior II . ., .. .... son .
owth of his possessions.IMcOlnley spent ,ln songs cards and a Dutch past week, visiting some of his. many I the improvement of this \line of furnish the necessary information.( .1 K IIHII It.. .... .. .. .. .. H o>
lunch.C. friends. road, for It has been a great need to W W Carlton > .... .. .. .. alp
On motion: the following was paid '
& Co., furniture dealer.*, will \ li licnnr Fund. I
residents south of Foiling
jve half of the proceeds of a three days' A. Robinson took a merry launch Miss Jessie M. Goode returned home just Rockledge as requested by the following petition : J Drown foedingprlwnere.... .. .. .... lie 10 I

lie this week-10th, 17th and 18thtoe load down to the Gilberts Bar Yacht on Monday from Ankona,where she was W. T. MoCullough and family who To the Honorable Board of County Commissioners Board adjourned to meet on the first

ladles of the W. C. T. U. Two young Club meeting lust Saturday. They re- the guest of Mr and Mrs. C. T. McCarty I have been on II. 8. Williams place. this : Monday In Anoint A. D. 100.1.:. I

) Ilea were appointed for each day to port a grand time and an attendance of for ten days. summer loft for his home at Turnbull Wo, the nuderslgned citizens living In f

I i in attendance at the store, to take Inne eighty-seven; which comfortably filled Capt. Sam Martin took a large pRl'tyof I Fla., where he will rest and recruit his Precinct No. 1. knowing: that Mr. J. T. - -

cash, and induce patronage: by their the club-house. friends to Melbourne Beach on the launch strength after his long Illness here. He Feaster has completed the LaGrange roadas JU:A L KSTAT J FO H S A L E. ;f

Billing faces. It was a commendable Dreamer, last Monday evening on a was" employed by Mr. Williams on his per his contract and agreement with "
fuse for which McGinloy & Co so The mosquitoes are nearly gone. Theydo moonlight picnic. grove Mr McCuIlough Is a good work Mr. Norwood pray your honorable body As Administrator of the Estate of s
gen not trouble us any except after dark. that you him the bulanoe of $7o.UO Trtmtlor\ We otter At e-;
iously placed their store and stock. man and a very worthy man. We regret; pay William deceased ,
That Is the reason: we did not show up Attorney D. L. Gjuilden and W. If. his long sickness and the consequent loss still due him Signed: Andrew Frosobcr\ private sale the following described Real ,

||The committee on building and rooms with Items last week. There was nothing McFarland, of Titusville, were In town of his time, and hope for his speedy and R. M. Singleton, S: A. Singleton, W. N, Estate: belonging to said Estate:

| the newly organized: Utopia Club, re- to write about. All there was to say the past week, on business connected complete recovery. Chaudlon I.. A Coleman Julia A. Cole No. 1. Sold.

prt that they have leased from Mr. C. without mosquitoes, was, "we are still with the primary election man, Richard Hooker, R. J. Platt, Harry All of of NE Sectional l .
No. 8. SJ }
I Hamer, :Mr. Jefferson's architect the shipping pines." The grandchildren of Major and Mm.O. Roberts U. Blaichrord Philip William ,
Miss Lela Barnes, of Ocala is the Township :27 South Range 37 East: covered
B. Helen and Ma-(
Ml In the new Jefferson block which is Magruder. Gladys Roberts John Coward F. M. Wooren O.
have first-class shoemaker In
We In said Ualllelllver
a of Mrs. R. B. Templeton. She Is with .at..r. lying Eau
ppldly nearing completion. The hall gruder, loft for Honewell Orphan Asylumat C. Hansell W. A. /Simmons, K.': It. Car-
town for which .
we are truly enjoying the salt baths in Indian River and Eau Uallle Ray containing
ill be thirty-five by seventy feet which work Is done and at Clinton S. ( .,Thurxdity, July 17th, tor, A.. J. Carter J. M. Osbnn. J. :/. Key- .
His neatly less
very with many others, early every morning. where will make their and about :)0) acre more or
ill be ample accommodation, and parkularly reasonable .. We are hunting up they home Eer. It. I. Herndon, J. W. Montgomery, No. !3. Hnll, .
suitable for club use. Thirteen woes Wm. Jackson and family moved to Fort receive Instruction and training. Itev.Mr L. K. Myers.On i
all old and will do best to of
our our No. 4. That portion SWt.{, Section
have been Pierce last We will miss this Jacobs! at the head of the Institution Is Instructed to
&w names proposed for mem- make him rich. Now If had a Monday motion, the Sheriff
; we .only :Township 27 South Range 37 Kast
jrshlp, which, If accepted will makee horse shoe cobbler our horses would be social family but hope before long; to and has in charge some forty young place one of the cabinets In Court houseso commencing at a point 370 foot West from, I
membership thirty-three, and as the see their pleasant faces among us again people who make this place their home. all the papers of the County Commissioners i
Section lineal
as grateful as we are. Northeast corner post on t4:
alt Is there few chances left. Gladys and Helen are very bright little bo, In .
forty are can kept it.
Mrs. John Goode writes to friends In aforesaid and ('0 feet South of said Jot
The voice of the merry drummer Is no girls and they certainly have the best On motion M. Bridges stricken from
longer heard in the land. They have Melbourne that she enjoyed her trip wishes of all who know" them, and we the list. Section line for a starting point theuce
TREAT YOUR KIDNEYS for RIIEUr from Jacksonville New York pauper South -12: feet thence East< 100 feet
to by run : ,
is I hope their life in this home where
: There they
nearly all left us. one solitary On motion the Board filed with the
.TISM.-When you suffering from water and is life with relatives thence South 420: fcetr thence West to
now enjoying
school left. I will\ receive Christian and education
whistler of Sunday hymns training Tax Assessor a statement netting forth
ieumatlsm,the kidneys must be attendto : In Boston. Section line thence North 523 ft, thence ,
He rides merrily along on his sorrel pony will be a happy one. the boundary of the special school district
at once so that they will eliminate East 717 feet, more or less' to point 100
and buys a few pines here and there, but Postmaster Goode is adding n two- .*, the rate of taxation to be leviedon
Bo urlo acid from the blood. Foley'spdney The) people of Rockledge and Cocoaare feet West of Hot)th went. corner of plat of
Care Is the most. effective remedythis he will\ soon join the other wanderers story building, 10x30, to the postotlloe Retting up a draimttlo entertainmentto the real and personal property therein Hnrno, thence Mouth IM) feet thence

purpose. It. T. Hopkins of Po- and we will be left all alone. which will Improve the looks as well as be given at the Cocoa Opera house and the Tux; Assessor. I I. ordered to East 750 feet to West side of !/<', E.. C.

Wis., says: "After unsuccessfully Owing to adverse winds Rev. F. W the convenience of It. Messrs. Hoke and next Krlday evening, July S5th, at eight levy inch assessment according the law Railway\ right of-wny, thence North on

storing/ three years for rheumatism Weatherwax sailed Into port, Sunday Stellers are the builders. o'clock. The programme will\ consist ofa On motion. It Is ordered that the TaxAssessor West side of F. K. C. Railway rlffht-of-

1th the best doctors I tried Foley's hour late for one-net farce "Per Telephone to be of Urevnrd County be and ho Is H feet thence East to of beginning
morning just an too ser Chad. Oslln, S. M. Martin T. J. II I III- ; way ( ) point -
[jdney Cure and It cured me. I cannot vice. He sailed all night; Saturday, hop- ard and Charlie Martin attended the cow Followed by a minstrel. entertainment hereby instructed to levy-the follDwIngmlllage : :, excepting railroad rlgktof-way

oak too highly of this great medicine." Ing to reach here In time, but the wind boys' picnic at Lake Washlntou, notice under tho management of Sam Chllds. on real'and personal property of through said land. Containing about 35

Sid by B. R. Wilson & Son. by day was ahead and at night was very which was published In the ADVOCATE After the entertainment.: Ice cream will Brevard County to-wit: acres Including the County rond. This
he could be served. The oast of characters In State tax: Gen. Rev. 2} mills; Pensions ''a of //100
light, and do all he could not and report a very enjoyable time. School tract has young (trove or 000
hurry that boat. Such:! Is sailboatng! on "Per Telephone" Is as follows: Guy 1 mill; General tax, 1 mill; Htate trees on It, and an artesian well, eta.
Stuart.ffPrank Indian River In summer time. W. B. Halnlln left here, last week, for Flailing John Powers; Ned Austin G Board of Health i mill Total for State, Soutueattt of
No. 0. Hogta-at corner
Miami where he 0 mills.
his future home In SlyraWilliams
Van Houte Miss Cuzzln Miss
How times have changed. When you awaits the coming of the other membersof ; Miss; MAry Halcome, Miss County tax: General fund, 4 rnllll;Fine lot now, or formerly, owned by J, L. Harrison

Gautler was here Tuesday repre- and I were young "whistling girls and his family from Georgia where they Ella Singleton' ; Nora, a servant. Miss and forfeiture fund, 1 } mill;. Jen. Road thence run North acres Elbowcreek

fntlng the Egan-Skinner Co., Jacksonile crowing hens always came to some bad are visiting. We wish thin family success. Kate Eyer. fund II!l mills; Gen. School fund, R mills. to North boundary of land belonjr-

Fla. end." Now Miss Louise Truax, of Go- They will be greatly missed In Melbourne, Total for County, l.'l: } mills. Ing to Wm. Treutler, thence East along

tham, can whistle the "Mocking Bird" where they leave many warm friends.If Also the following special, taxes r Spec X Section lino which Is the North boundary 1-
We have bad less rain this summer andre service at When other medicines have failed take of Wm.Trvutler'sland to North bankof
and the Flower Song" during ial Road fund District No. :3, 5 mills.
mosquitoes than we have had for one of the large city churches and the Foley's Kidney Cure. It has cured when Special toad fund District No. 6.7 mills. Elbow crook, thence West along bank

|teen years pastor thinks Is "In no way sacrellg- a Man Lie to You, everything else has disappointed. Sold Special: sub-district School tax, 8 mills. of said creek to point of beginning:, beingIn !

lorrla John, the deputy sheriff, went lous." It is nice_ to be young and pretty And say some other salve ointment by B. R. Wilson & Son. On motion the occupation tax of Harry Section 1'bl.31 Township 27 South, Range
I Miami, Tuesday night, with the ballot these days. lotion oil or alleged healer Is as good as Harvey, fish dealer at Fort Pierce Is 97 Ease. land covered with

|xes from this precinct. Bucklen's Arnica Salve tell him thirty hereby transferred to Astor Summerlln, waters of the creek
years of marvelous cures of plies, burns, tI.lllnll' l.arID", II.... of St. Lucle. No. O. Mold

arry Dyer has U new launch in fine NO FALSE CLAIMS.-The proprietors bolls, corns, felons ulcers, outs, scalds, In ppcembi'r the writer purchased In The following bills were No. 7, Commence about \D chains! 8.1

(oiling order. She Is a beauty, and of Foley' Honey and Tar do not advertise bruises and skin eutptlona prove lt'. the the open market n crate of bnn ...vidt'utlY11I the finance committee, and approve links West from Northeast corner of

rry Is very proud fo her. It as a-"surecure for comsumption. best and cheapest. 23o; at B. K. Wilson the of two years and warrant. ordered to be drawn for Section 20, on Section line between Sections
." They do not claim It will\ cure 17 and lii>, run West n clintris 13: links,
The three mas'ed .schooner Emily B.( this dread complaint In advanced cases, & Son's drug store.South old. Those\ were wanted to supply, n the same, this July 10th, IfKM t thence South 10 chains. 64 links, thence

pt. U. D. Ilendrickson arrived with a but do positively assert that It will cure trade In table fowls. After getting Menortl fuml. South(10\ degree 80 seconds, Rut 3 chains

rgo of kerosene and gasoline on Thurs- in the earlier stages and never falls to Rockledge. theme to the farm such stock Is usually .1 R walker, Co: pom and mileage 00 to Eau Qalllo\ River thence follow the

y. give; comfort and relief In the worst fed for a few weeks In ruttier close J It ACimkling K. Mint, "" "" VI l" :il W' shore of Eau Onllle River In an Easterly

|B. Kitchtng has just had the dancing cases. Foley's Honey and Tar Is with quarters and marketed dressed 1. to private John 11. Joni, :It 0tf direction to a point due South from placeof
nm of the Stuart house newly papered doubt the throat and lung *' hell. u H n vu no thence north to of
out greatest We need more rain badly customers. Among the lot of twen beginning, point
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rhlch adds very much to the Interior remedy. Refuse substitutes. Sold by election ty-four hens were four that seemed to J TJ p Co.kahnttllenag: ::: !: r.:....: : :: ::::::: an mi beginning, containing u acre, more or

Appearance.jMangoea. B R. Wilson & Son. Our primary was a very quiet ]II"ltor.. .. ... ...... mi less, and known as the !Kltohell place.
affair, although the voters turned out be fairly well bred having considerable witttliiK, on fo Com. .. ... SIX
are ripening fast now. Your well. Plymouth ItocU blood in tuetii. nar"hl"! ranvlustooap.. ... IV M) No. 8. NEt:( of Section 28, Township
orrespondent wan presented with a few very A Stewart, 'oniitnl! .. '.. .. ...11111(1 !I7 South, Range 87 East, containing 160
4r Beni) Parks, who has some of the Micco.Our Jamell Taylor.of onaventure, Is assisting They. looked so well that It wan thought!; It nm I tor and clerk. Coins., ... KM /Ml acres less railroad bt-of-way.

floor .. .. .. ..... .. .. ,
Mr. Bettler In laying a cement best to put them with n lot of young It Howler fs rylimit HI (Hi
moue No. 11 variety. Edmund barn J w ('nnkling, f.rrym.n .. .. .... ..... in oil No. 9. N W# of Section 24, Township
for Day's new pullets, with the thought they might .. .. .. .
KlOdtrlo Llltht Co. 10 Ml East
$31 100
[ the 37 South, Range; containing/
Lightning; set fire to the forest on new county road Is beginning/ to n.lnillen ..
Mime wife of school make good mothers In the batchingseason. John t} Jiniet, copying .. A (XI'
R. E.
lest side of the river, Saturday, which look quite shapely and Is already open Mrs. our A l> Penney, salary aunty Judge .. ..... !M ,,n acres, less railroad right-of-way.
weeks afterthey
; "as been burning ever since, destroying. ed about a mile or so south of this little superintendent, watt taken suddenly 111 In about three :T: A thlklusonptarcs warden W ((0rTwennnre : No. 10. 4jfK>-lX> acre, less railroad
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pros of valuable timber. village. on Tuesday. Dr. Hugblett was called to rent-lied their new home two of A ("unktngeap( Ic., to.tata... Com'. meeting. 1 Tn alII rlnht-of-wav" being part uf Lot 1 and of

attend her.Everyone. them Blurted to l lay. A week or so Interthe J r Wimton, nmklnic mlletlic hit.. .. .. 44 mi NE of NW#, Sections. Township S7
The Powell brothers left for Miami on Mloco'. pineapple crop has all been who attended t! celebration other two began laying.> and l all)\ "' print end mall, tax >tlo...... na: | HtlI South, Itango 87 East, knovinas" J. L.
}turday. Their father J. B. Powell, shipped, sold, and satisfactory prices ob- K, Amlniwi. fro.* Atty for May. ... KM 8,1V
D i for the office of tax collector, and the tained. Some pineapples netted dur at Titusvllle\ \ on the 4th of July, hall a four Imve laidKK 1 1 rcirnlnrly., iiliout II Imore. com, H- Co Press. .. ..: ... ::... Still MlA Stewart place.
word of prise for the very fine" entertainment five a week, np to this time really do. A Stewart, bys went down to help land votes. growers nearly $3.00 per crate. I and the In a .' u N Co O* .... .'.. 13 on Ecu Oallle.
hospitable manner ing better time the younger pure treiU aml ; :::
Itanort to sees[ <'inr ,. 4 d)
Mr. Lewis representing II. P. Stanley Politics has been the all-absorbing which they were received.. Well when I time fur in. Thin. U mentioned hereto .TPrlrhardalien." hordwarstorjallaor No. 12. 1.0111, block 4, Town of Rail
I Co., Chicago left Monday morning fore toplo of lite. Mr. Williamson "struck Titusville starts' out to do anything she K 1'1'' VI''"., jr., reimlrn Kt \lull ..... .. ... .. 4 (Nl Oallle. Quitclaim demj' for tills only-
Windy City. Mr. Lewis made a host the nail on the head" when lie publishedthat geuerally does It well. stow how\ curt'tiHH Mome> furrow W ItS J.ilin .toY.|., t It.. .... .. .., .. IIMI( hold under Tax Title.
In In Mfilliur fur a few wilt* n pound lieu I I, ....ru", '''", nilpplH". for |1'.I1I"r' .. .. 9 40I and address
friends here during his snort stay letter In favor of Mr. Conkllng For price term ,
( K fwkllnir, emi Ullln"/ for pauper ... .. 4w:
aud ADVOCATE.This Owing to poor health Mrs. C. B. M&- that \Minl l '1'i.v' egg/ worth \i. 3 and ,. ..... .
the ever-newsy popular : HV' hint'' 1..1td. attendAII" 0 /BOMr F1. A. MOJWAN'and W. II. JONES
[ Drummers railroad and commission grader baa. been compelled, to send little e\vti 4 ct'iii. eiuli\ uci-urtlliiir. to Ices' 'K l.vman Pauper. .. .... .. .. .. .. 10 iwleu ) ,
en are gradually beginning to decrease place,like others on Indian River, Helen and Gladys Mairruder to an orphanage ( Uauliaii| ... .... .. .. 10 IM)< As Admlnlatratura of the Estate of Wm.
i number. There have been twice as has had no rain In several weeks an the best rrm.U! i-uine from 'lien* Kutcili .... .,. .... .... Aim I .
any here this summer as there were the drouth Is said to be the worst In of the best Institutions In the .south and I'hll"'v t'a"1(8't.. .... .... .. .... 14 (inII Florida.A .
many years. It Is, however, surprising children are treated In every way as wellas .In-fore they are two "1'"rll old one (' Mi-Nullis\ .' .. ........... /A Ml

Mt.A to see how well the orange trees look.Don't they would )be In their own homes.A. oii'zlit to lie s. little i-urcfut In culling Tu"kur[ ...... .. .. .... tel' Flue IMsicol'or Hal. '
large party of Stnarlites went down el! those thai t A (loll), .... .... .... .. .. HIM
out nock to 1I1.llul1ll not ... -
the Gilbert's Bar Yacht Club-house, H Ifnirlii, .. .. a /miM
R. jf Ind. had have I been rood layers. until certain .. .... .. .. .... 8 xi) SIM feet on Indian River and running:
aturday. The Club celebrated the 4tb Fall to Try This. Bass Morgantown< ,
Win Atersin .... ... .. .. .... son,
n that day, at d the visitors report a deghtful et up ten or twelve times In the night their iiHi-ruliu-MM lu this direction I" Mr.>.J l' Jiihnunn, '' .. ... .. .. //I IMF back. 80' ft. onuiiiy road ; .a li>e .....joln.Illar -

day around the Club-house, and Whenever anhonest, trial Is given to and had severe backache and pains In over. 1\11111(11.: \ ;: Mrs it W HriKiIci, ........ ........ a onftainanlhnOriniii 1K8CC.!! rlvnr fionr running. back:
old Electric Bitters for any trouble it In recommended the kidneys. Was cured by Foley'e Kid '. .. ... .. .. .... 0 COloll. Hurt ; on n blurt, 20ft. above the river| ,
"grand ocean. .. .... ... ..
Horrlliic. It.. .. .. M1 (XIMi U salt and three miles
l for a permanent cure will be ney Cure. Sold by B. R. Wilson fe Hun. I. H l'r'oU .. .. ....... 6 (Hi which water !
E. S. Cnittant wife of O.ik 11111, sorely effected. It never falls to tone TWO BOTTLES .I H HuniliT, lages.t ooronxr .. .... .... a (HIKni'l wide' at this place.
ft on Wednesday morning, In their the stomich regulate the kidneys and was troubled with kidney complaint for Hn.n, twpwet|' o<....t.I.|.. .. ... .. a (INI house of six room, has I Wen kept
unch, for home, after spending two stimulate, the liver Invigorate: Indianola. about two years," writes A. H. Davis I of ('If Hlhh.oju..r .InrjiiMi .. .. .. ..... Mriian painted and l In good repairJAft.; : from
bowels, .. .. .
eek friends here. Mr. Coutant Mt. In "but two bottles of Fo Hatub ,.. ... M
visiting Sterling. beimtlful view
1 the nerves and purify the b cod. It's a W Slate 70KCVxik rlvur bank, oommamllnir\
inks very strongly of locating here and wonderful tonlo for run-down systems. ley's Kidney Cure effected. permanent ; :::: ::: .:::: '::::' Iw of Indian Ulcer; stairs lead down to>
la the pineapple l Industry.All J. R. Field has the material on the Sold by B. R. Wilson & Sun: Win MN N An
gaglng Electric Bitters positively cures kidney cure : tbe river and a> dock built out Into tbe
ground and the foundation commenced J 1'1)wedt. r::::. :::: :::: MR
I stomach disorders water accommodate small h uaU. A
summer long our citizens have had and liver troubles, ..a
o wade through sand, on the railroad I nervousness, sleeplessness, rheumatism for a packing house. .. An Easy Test far W Urr. nwtw.sk. .. .. ... .. ... .. 24 M nsver-falllng well with pump near kitchen
ode, to get around long freight trains nearalgU, and expels malaria. Satisfaction A' S. Ilnmphrys house Is getting NMri.i.1. ... ...... .... !1M' door and N oeverfalllng spring of
hlch blocked the way to the postoffice, I guaranteed by B. R. Wilson A Son. much-needed coat of paint, which will of families with .f II Haum. .....m....... ...... |i" uo clear (cool pure water short distance
All mothers W "'h..,..I\\.!" ... .. .. .. !won
lot and
from house. \Horn >',lIllr.Yllrd
pot, etc. These trains ought to be Only 5O cent Improve the looks of, It very much.A more or less anxiety the summer Hitting W a Norwood.sups "?rna.i. .,:.........'. .u: OH fenced with netting.1 One house
nooupled so that people could pass. few pineapples have bren shippedfrom to the country chiefly because of si want Rita!)fin-l. OUtrlol N..4.
mud bares ll'x'J-J: :: feet
for poultry Belgian| : ,
ft. I'Urr I.umlxr Co.,lumbar fur rood. 49 TJfxljtar
{The ADVOCATE does all klndsof printIt For Hnle. here, but not many as yet. In a .of confidence In the water supply. A ',irp. rw.il work .... ,.. .... /Bonn. and a smaller fancy poultry house

U one of the largest printing week| or two they will begin to move simple test, easiltried by any one, Is It A Il.lmes, ...,,t. .... ..,. mm/ ) 71 orange trees Just coming Into bear.
and Is well given In a scientific paper as. safe and l W W ('.,llOn. ...... ..... ... sn an
cell on the East Coast, An Ideal home on Indian River; about out.Almost sufficient. Draw a tumbler full of water. ('Ass" )IUrri, ............ .. a nou lag, 3 grapefruit trees, i peach trees, S
nipped with all kinds of the latest seven acres of land; good; house paintedand every person from the youngest In w Ihml. x .... .. ..... .... it IM scuppernong grape vines-all beating
from the uncertain well)] or faucet; put M nj.m, ... .. ... .. 't ooTVJaffani
ylell of type. When In need of any trees shade to the oldest have had a touch of la jr several kumquats and guava bushes,
In /good repalri.frule It a piece of white lump sugar and let II.. .. ..... ...... .. eel,
|lad of printing, give the ADVOCATE trees, "tropical shrubs and flowers. A grippe, or a cold similar to It, l In some It'sUnd over night In a room where thetemperature UJJUauw, .* ..... ... ... \JOG shade trees and tropical trees and abrnbs

hare of It. never failing spring/ of pure water. Prloe respects will not be under KO degree/ I'IINlol..1' | l Itoail rnrxl, UUtrlol No, I.JAT near the hmina.
A few citizens assembled one night moderate good reasons for selling. For Mrs. E. C. Johnson of Cocoa and .tl)r, mail work ......... .... 1400PJIlWll A good county road along near riverbank
; In the the
Fahrenheit. mornlmf. water brtilxa .. .............. iron
I I. 'Wf'ek. and persuaded about :25: Afrl- further particulars, address, Mrs. Charles Ely the of Orlando, with from Tltuavlllo the county seat,
U pure will\ be perfectly clear; If contaminated J t ....ur, balaiw road eontraoD...... 750(1
ns that the best thing they could do L. W. C., their children, are visiting their mother other eleven miles north" to Rockledge( ,a beau-
by sewerage or Impurities Special Road Fund District Xo.S.
as to leave town, and be quick about Care ADVOCATE, Titusvllle, Fla. Mrs. T. H.' Sanders.No the water will\ be milky.A JO Fre' ..InnefDW roads .. .... ..... .... xl 10 tiful winter resort, nine mllewiuuth, with
which they promptly did. They will R A ('mkllnff, road work. .. .. ....... .... 4 DOW Cocoa, a nice little business town' and
ot work, and steal everything they can. chang In the weather up to the II Halnlln Inrobor for brldira. .. .... Inn 41 City Point between. Kailroad station |
t'egroes of this class are not wanted In Dade County Land For Sale. time these Items were mailed to the AD Flue Home For Hale 1.Jorgxmuta.! inpplla t"r""I..tIt.,...... W HIVnn mile west. PonlolRce and school near.
It still continues hot and dry & Stewart h."l.a r. for brldff, .... S :MIfVnnUr
tuart. VOCATE. paid mirk. ......... .. .. ... 711 Ot Five acres of very fine fruit land near
For sale cheap, the northeast quarterof and we bare had no rain for nearly a A model southern home In South end rtviwtallu, .. ........ ... ... S Wr station (from which a little was given for

BRONCHITIS FOR 20 YEARS.-'-Mrs.Ilnera southeast, quarter of section 3, town month. of Brevard county, on the Indian Hirer, hula.., .". .. .. ...... .... t non section houses) containing a beautiful
W WantiburD" ................ .. !l OOWPArnol'l.
Smith of Danville, IIU, write: "I ship 38. south of range 41 east; close to In tbe center of the pineapple bell. Nice ..... .. a on young peach orchid of Id tries mostly
ilad bronchitis for twenty years,and nev- O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on Foley's Kidney Cure purifies the blood 9-roomdweillogand out-bulldlngs. Ten J r i'reY.n.AllfcCo.Convlcti. ...... .. 40 on In bearing bore a fine crop this year;

/ r pot relief until I used Foley's Honey St Lncle RIVer; 40 acres. by straining oat Imparities, and tones up acres In fruiting pineapples; 40 orange, J R .................... SO fruit good size and exceedingly': tick

od Tar, which Is a sure cure." Sold by Also, the northeast quarter of north. the whole system. Cor.s kidney and bladder lernoD, lime sad grapefruit trees-roost Oolilimlth fin, oonvlc.feasOi.Ct sad Forfeiture rood.H ......... 1400JBAixliawa flavor. A little house near station always

R. Wilson A Son. east quarter of section 18, township 88, troubles. bold by Wilson.A Hon. all have fruit on them. Beautiful yards : M ... ... Son rents for tl or $1.60 per month.

south of range 41 east; on sooth fork of and flower garden. Will be sold st a D t, i4aulil' ,,n, e. N' II II ........ 1000 Experts pronounce\ this soil particularly
Ladle Rivet 40 acres. Apply toCHA A FEW APPLICATIONS of BaDcoe1Llqold bargain. For full)] particular. address A A Ntawart rial pros' II ........ 4 tnJPMrow adapted to grape culture. Price by ad-
8t '
ORCUTSBURNr9ANDOPENSORES *. N .... .... 21 ton 10,7'Hardeeville
use Hancock's Liquid Sulphur, at E. R. *. H. WAWOS, I Sulphur will car soy ease of "C. W Hvbuyter, f. P.II .. ..... 4 W drsMlog. "BOX
{ Wilson A: Son's drug store. Tltnsville, Flm. Ground Itch, at B. R. Wilson & 8
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.'," timrcnen or song without and now ana 1Torl t"
,, I ,' I again when Rose had a visitor the is PARADISE REGAINED.! 1
.,,' : l
,I''. / pins pong. of the ball In the dining -

1ctLiI room.
'I:" '". One,day wben be returned from life FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY., ?Ji1A

:i: ,,1 I office. and went Into the apartment eyW?Qx
". which some" mocking spirit' now put It

LI/ Into his head to coil the chamber of LOCAL TIME CARD No. 41. In Effect June 8,1902

horrors he saw something that filled f ,
him with sBtonhibment.: The top of 4 r Jq SOUTHBOND-READ DOWN NOHTHBOUNP-REAP UPi
I I.v I. the mortuary Orn hud been removed fp FfI
: and from the urn itself stood out on No. 39Dally No. 3BDally MAIN LINE. No. 78'NO. az
: : long stems three American Beauty ., Daily I Dal!y!

root's. lie was standing wonder stricken OQp'lOlSaLv' .. ................ p'to,1
5 ,.................... Jacksonville .A r 1 07
You need light to raise I gaping at the transposition, when 5 ce .illOKSa LT..................S.. ,,_k.onvIU............... ....L'" r r7Mi
he heard behind I a ilplisoatipiioip, .... ....... ... ......si. ...................... Ete a. 1 42tf ;
a movement him. and. ... :. .. .:. ,:. ..... ...... .... ... .. 614p
) t Tobaccoprofitably. turning there was Itose Thornton peep I BO pimpS ..........:....r.........Ea Auguat.e. ..,...... ........... t 0 e 60.
\I+ lug crack lu door. y 33p +364p...................... .. ..........:......... 017. '
through a the ......................... 4l/p
54 4ip 1001' ......:................iU.BunnelU. 0011. (-f
11 Be sure your fertilizer : "If only r". she! said_"Whafa the IIa: 3p Up ........................... l>upont........................... 107 1. 659a s
good of making / If o Up I 401' ...........................Ormond.......................... 6 e'a iiI -
\ contains at least 10 per cent. people happy you I: 30 p GZp ........... .............. & ...................... IflP II 82. if''
y' I don't see their happiness' : < 89) .9 011' ........................I'or' Orange"........................ I I' Ii 1d. }:
: "Did the there" heasked. N 10.1 P aDp ........................N-w Smyrna........................ .. of P M. N C
1 Actual Potash yon put roses .7 ....... a tOp ................e..OakHill....,...................... a24p ....... ;
1 ; Sfon t !II ,...... 821p ........................TltulvlUo......................... } 4/P..1 i
"Indeed I did." -eM ....... lsap ............................Coooa............................ 113P....... 0.
i from Sulphate. I 0 ,41fy1 .. ........ ... ................. .. 1
oS:5: ....... .01 p .......... ..... .R o c kl ad ce! ..... !I
I "Wbn,what ,did ;yon, do with-the- '"' ....... .80 I' .........................E-.uOn.llle...::................. : ....... ..
It." V' W. maD Aw, on request our book the contents 1% ....... .30 I' .........................Melbourne.: ..................... ....... n;
1'' +::1' /1 'TobaccoCult.w"A t' 0 ....... 810 p ..........................8eba,t1an .......................hip..........'1t1a:
!I OBRKAjr :KALI WOBKI. "I dldn't know there were any contents w )6; ....... 80B). ........................,.St.Luol........................ ....... .re
MNl aim_ _-.., .N.. y...... till I spilled them<< on the floor. ....... 020p .........................Fort "icrctt..................... ........ a'J."
..........62 p..... ... ..White City.....................; ....... rd ,
; : Then I swept them Into a dust pan and Tri Weekly Sailings ....... 8.11'' ,.....:.::::....:.:..:.....TlbhAl.J............ 10 U a ....... ..
)' threw them out the window." ....... 0101' ...........................Eden........................... 10 28a ....... E ie
'M I Co> ....... 150p ..........................Jnsen.. .......................... le ilia ....... ;
rr Free and By this rrme she bad come into the ........ 100p............................Stuar'U 14a ....... Ii o
and him BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ....... ...........1--.........Hop. Sound....................... .440. ........ dl
room was looking at with ;
I I! Accented Masons. : up a ....... lii39p p........................w. tJ..plr..r........................ II Ua ....... rt.
pained expression./ p ....... I Up .....................\Ve.t Palm B aflli..,.................. 8 68a ..... .,1 u
,,1,' "One would think Iliad broken at Charleston, S. C., both ways) ....... B 421) ...........>.*......*. --Boyoton ......................... 8 88 a .......
." your ...... > .....................Ft.Lauder.... ...... .............. .sag. ...... .
4.f heart she said ruefully. Finest ........10211' .. ..........Lemon City...*. ..::........**.*>.. II 68a ....... t
!,,1"7. ',I.If t' .J'Ddlan."r. No. 00 lie stood looking al the roses spring The Steamships in the Coastwise Service .. ..... 1080Ar...........*.............Miami ................ ........Lv e41111. ......

log from the.urn which bad contained BUFFET PARLOR CARS ON THAIS as: AND '&

; ,;: River", ':II' Ituavllle, ,. a handful of cold ashes. He was sooth The Clyde New England, and Southern Lines.
r { ed by tbplr perfume and his heart was Direct Service Between BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES.

\" .t Hold Lodge.S7A* lt. inMtinirthe .""ond Florida.fnurtl.Frt. wormed by their glowing hues. From Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points Nn. 57TTp N.B5 No.83 No.49 No.47 PAI.ATKA.BiiAJVOM. Na. 48 No. 48 No. BO No. B4 No.BS
Tltu. then IK turned his his fa.
1", ; vile of each m-rnth, a the. lat* Armory, eyes upon ). JJailyTSTp Dally I Dal.yr3o Dally I Dally I Dally I Dally Dally I Dally
a"7 sail o'ulork ru.I
,. p. rorltF picture of the de td. The face'hl'li Charleston S. C. both
(Calling at ways)
I J. R. Walker, WonhlpfnlllJaater.! pill) 4a 6 25 a I.T Palatk& Arl 4 MO a 1 19 a |U ll p 6 25 p TT?
i' J. L.Carritthent Heritor Warden \\ had always looked sadly at him SEJ1I-WEEKLY SAILINGS! 7 asp a 63 p 4 i to j In ea i> 045 a Ur E.Palatkn Lrl fl do a ease 9s p 1 B0 p 'OS?
(, T. H. tfaudern,.lilulor Warden.J. now wure a finite, ami these are the Southbound.....k................ .. ..... ..... ... .. .. ... ..... ..... .from Lewis Wbarf Horton.
: M.: btxun. Tr'Murer.F. words fancied he heard Northbound,.... ...... .... .......,... .. .... .....from foot of Catherine Street, JackiouvUlo No. 87 No.45 No.48 No.6aDaily
I A. Morgan, Secretary. (lIe> spoken: SAN MATEO J3BANCH.
Hu lie.,("fi.iilaln. Dally Dally dally
J. A. i am not dust. I nui an Immortal
(' J. II. fk-roven, Mentor [)eacon. .711-.i 6 10 ......................'.EutPalatka........, .,... ... ..AtHitn 5 6&
R. K. Mime,jr., Junior IMaoon.B. spirit The rusts are a flttrr emblem. Clyde St. Johns lliverJLinc.Denary 15 p p t 80 itITT........ .... .. .... ..... Mato...... ...... ...............Lv c a* :TIIiNo.
l I !"r j H. Vnnlanil. nKham! Senior Steward. I have Rent this Innocent lire to takeaway ,
I F. M. Taylor Junior Steward. ( Line.) 23Satur'y No. 19Daily NO. eI
H P. W. Roberta, your burden:' AND SANFORD. Datlj Dally' No. SDaly MATPORTBAAXfCU >a ITCxoun Dolly Dally No. 22
Tyler.- & Sun i Dally 4
j j j \ .. lIe turned to the girl; nod for.tlte first ExSun I
Uerenford DeLand Blue and intermediate landing only."OOp. on IT
/ -- ---- Stopping;at Palatka, Aitor, 86. rrancln ( ) Spring
time saw the pain she Buffered that *on tbvHt.Jonu'.KlT.r. 43 |> 4 03 p a 0) pi 9 So aOJ Lv Jnoksoiivlliu A. 7 0o r 8 40 a 1 CJ p 9 13 p 9 2p
y r in trying to do' a kindness abe had STEAMER "LOUISE. Capt. C. II. BRQC1.IS ; tfiSp i 652p 463p 9 p I P 88 a SJaokson'ilo Lv a t2 a M 82 a i 1102! B oa p OUp
I ; ROSES FP.9M: ASHES 030p Ml. 630p 240p.010s PiUo Heach 6 Sou 000 a p 63Op 840p835p
I caused him to suffer. As he would APPOINTED TO BAIL At FOLLQ.WS: 103Sp 83 p BMP 243p1015a "AtlantloBoh" 8 lilt I55a1313p 623p

have pressed tho rc.w.) to his lips the Leave Foot Catherine Street,Jacksonville .... ..., ... .. TueU>.antI Saturday at BOO p. m. la BO p 7 44 p 8 BJ p 3 OJuJlOJOa Ar Mayport Ir a 00 A 7 40 n .3 03m 610 P 127 P
I --- .::::- moro readily to Inbnle their perfume Leave BantorU. .... .. .. .... .... .... ...... .. .. .. .. ....*iond.)s ami TbunUayia.6t.JO'' a. m. Dlzlo Flyer Route Sleeping Car operated 01 train*( and 93.
i .,
t" rOrllllna.LJ """ "
be bent down end kissed the sorrow Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 204 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville.:
r0.. ; t. Wben billiard l'r lIcolt after a year'sbappy ,ful face. OCTAVIA SPAIt.OIAN. No. 11 uBANTP'ORD No. 12 II i No. 3 I No. 1 ORANGE CITY No. t'No.4
i [ tuarriuKV; lout bl> wife be fell A.HAGKHTV, BMt'n Pan. Agt.. ..M.IRO .\IO-lf1IR"a..A.: !: .Gen.PaM.Agt. Dally f BliA-NUH Dully \|| Daily 1| Daily I BLANCH I Dolly Daily
IIIS..to St., Now York I :U04 West Bay St..Jacksonville, Fla.
J f 11 Into a morbid condition which crew TO CURE A tOLD IN ONE DAY THOS. D.HALEY Local Freight Agent, | C. P. LOVKIJL: AMt.'I... Supt.. -t-o-& LvLv..... .tnan la.A 53 p 1 OS pIO| 10 a''Lv... .N. to.iir. n..Ar I IS p T85p
"" him he to It lie Take Laxative ftromo Quinine Tablets.All font iWaii; St.Jacksonville,Fla. | Foot llii au rtt., Jacksonville T lHa .......Mm.Lv 01 p 3 n p..11 21 .. 'I!,.....Lake &<>len.. Lv 8't' p 4 /0p
\ upon u gave way druggists refund the If It falls JOHN. U HOWARD buperluteudenl. Foot Hogan 8t..laukRonvlll I Fla. 8 8S a ,Lv..O.teen..Lv I II 64 a I II i OOpill 81t a, Lv...Orani-n Cltr..Lv I 20 p 4 Dt p
It" -had; the body cremated and the uhi money THKO.. KOKK. General Manager.i WM. f CLYIIk. < >.. General AgenU.CIienebrouKb 8BS Lv..Xntprprlte..t>v 1180: a, 4 03 p U 43 a, Ar.Orange Cl.y Jot.Lv 15 p 419 P
to cure. E. W. Grove's signature Is on Building U State St.,OppoatM Battery Park, New York. _...:air 9 B0 ::::. Snnford ..:. Lv 11 00 a
t I I 't>luccd Iwuu urn. One of the rooms InJI' each box 25ot. .
d'' \ C. II. WALTUX. Agent THunvllle Fla. These Time Tables. show the times at whl-h trains may be expected: to arrive and deptrt
hU.. house he fitted up as n memorial from the several .t.donabuttheir arrival. departure at the tlme.tated1.noS guaranteed,
'chamber, decorated Its wulln with pIc.r A Happy Family. --- nor does the Company hold luelt responsible for any delay or any ooneeo.uenoe arluLog. there
j. .:I'. of White from.
\ The of Wyan-
picture! a pen
4uro of hilt lost wife at different ago

tIl r from babyhood to womanhood, loaded ton dottes Maplewooil.on the farm Maxs.of Horace. together W. with Hal SE.l4.J3. : <:>...A.H.IAIR : > Peninsular and Occidental Steamship.. Connections at Miama.

.' Ita tables with things she used to have
I \.4 j 11 ,, bout her, and on the mantel which LINE RAILWAY. ,

'i resembled au altar deposited the uior- SOUTHBOUND. NORTHBOUND.

r3 :! tuary urn. TJT. !Mlam-)["n.. Weds.................H 03 p Lv. Havana Tnei. ,Thur .................10 M,t
Mrs. Jane Pitman an aunt of Mil Capital City Route. Ar. Hey. V%.st.Tu.... Th..r..U 19 pAr. Key W".'.Tn..T..r.,............... ( SOp
ll. Lv. Key We.t.Tu".. Thurs.............. 7 10 p Lv. Key West.Tuea. Thura.............. 7 C3p
}iIi J' lard hearing of hla sad condition W 0.w, The Shortest'' Route. Ar. ""....n... W.."... Phi..................600a Ar. Mlitmo. Wxle. Frls................... 6 (Hit
i made him a 'Islt l with the Intention of
I' For copy of Local Time Curd address any Agent.
I ,:.j bringing hlui buck to u' healthy mental The Best Line. I ,

n state; Slie.took with! her Hunts Thorn 3. D. RAIHTEH, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent. ST.AUGUSTINE, FLA. "
t'' Double Daily Service Including Sunday to .
Ouly line with ,
ton, a writable clilUl t>f nature. There t

I It t .was In Rose III' tb4'1' revtronco' nor tear SAVANNAH COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, bOUl'HERN PIES, RICHMOND,
t o \I" f ihe was'pretty and pl.junnt and withal WASHINGTON BALTIMOKE, PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK,

It absolutely lanoci'iiL On the after WITH PULMAN'S PEST CAR .
k arrival Mllliml, returnIng
I noon of tier on -
Limited solid vestlbuled train St. Augustine and row
't The Florida and Metropolitan a
from buiiliu'Htt. entolcd the churn-
1 ; !: Jacksonville to New Turk, con lllliulCof Dialog, Compartment Composite IXii. Kmond Washington Baltimore
I tier of di'iuli., us was his custom and Observation awl Drawing Room Sleeping Cars. .
9',': I found thi'i-u lUllo( hurt exiinilnlng Its hlladlphla Boston Atlanta
,It 11 :' contents as jff she wore "dolii)(' a mu r Only line opeiatiog dally through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville to Newtrlean) AshtrvIle Chattanooga Louisville
I j' f sa and further Information write .
; l Ili .e' w. For sleeper reservations Cincinnati St. Louis Kansas CitxPittsburjf

,1'I'\, I "Oh. Mr. rresi-ott she t-sclnluied A. O. MAcDONELL, Ani-t. Gen.. l'-s. Agt. Jacksonville, Florida.J. Detroit ClevelandChicago

I "you uru Mr. I'rescott. aren't you 7I the little daughter, of the owner li M. BARK, R. E. L. BUNCH, .to.

I I forgive me for entering your mausoleuui. enough to ninUe\ the !heart of any poul- I. V. 1'.5.; O. M., Oeu. Pass. Agt.

.t b' It's just too lovely for anything. trymun; feel warm. The Illustration li FOUTCMOUT1I: .

t It beautiful. How Farm -----
Your devotion U so reproduced from ( Poultry ----- --- --- -- ------- onoSOUTilfRN

many portraits! One two three, four." ,.
I II I I She counted eleven. "One more would 'Han't II. Too '''a.eT. Dixie Flyer Route .

I, make It liD even dor.on. And,tho urni! A fancier sold eggs. to a person who RAILWAY
r Did you ever MOP inch a delicate, slender wrote to the editor of a journal that, NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA, A: ST. LOUIS and RAILWAYROUTE

j shni I>el I suppose It's for Bowers.' while she got an excellent hatch after WESTERN: & ATLANTIC RAILROAD

J Mlllard looked at the girl In wonder. the eggs had been shipped many bun.d.'l'll route of the- ,

II Was this on Intentional profanation miles the sblpperVilli a fraud CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITED TRAIN: OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS :
She met his gaae with a pair of" blue because the turkeys were too small and

eyes; so guileless that he was sure she and demands were made which were DIXIE FLYER SLEEPING CARS. f. The Southern's Palm Limited !
did not realize bow Inappropriate washer far In excess of the price paid for the

Ikl t chatter. furthermore in that upturned eggs. The shipper wrote a polite letter The Chicago and Florida Limited' Jacksonville.Is quickest train from' St. Augustine and THe Washington, RicHmond and j

face there was a look of heartfelt asking the breeder why the com.
Louis and Chicago with Pullman'sfinest Florida Limited
Louisville, St.
4M the Chlttanoolfl.hvlU4!,
sympathy. plaint bad been sent to publisher
I Observation and Drawing Ht>oru. Sleepers, Dining oars: etc., through without
lu cases where the mind Is Inflicting anti nM, "I will send yon a sitting of
change; fbe fa nous Dixie Flyer all the year round sleeper via.I Atlanta and' The New York and Florida ExpressTO
its own torture the loud U often lifted eggs ns u matter of courtesy." This offer Martin through to St. Louis, without change..

inutantaneously. jt was as If Mlllard was accepted, and the next ;year n For Information relative to rates, schedules etc., write to... THE CAST
bad been living InI dungeon and letter was sent to the shipper saying,
some one had suddenly struck a light. "\\'t" kept the turkeys from" the first E. J. WALKER, Fla. P.us. Agt, Jacksonville Fla. The Chicago and Florida Special

,t Unbending, be led the girl about the eggs/ and those from the last and must C. E. HARMAN:\( Gen. Pass. Agt. II. F. SMITH, Traffic Manager.

room telling her something!: of each of say wo like ,yours better than any other Atlanta, Oa. Nashville, Tenn. THe Florida Limited

his treasures, then went with her to we tune ever had.. This was an --- TO THE NORTH AND WEST.

the library where before an Inviting honest woman, making\ what she he"

fire he enjoyed a restful talk. lle\ed to be a Just complaint, but she

i The next: afternoon when Mlllard bad not given the stock: time to develop pLANT SYSTEM. Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati.

returned to his home and entered his before making her accusation of Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky." '

t mausoleum his mind. Instead 'Of being fraud. I KNOWS tbere are dishonest fanciers n Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in
occupied with his grief reverted to the but I am loath to 'believe that a
I connection with
The Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections: the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
t ; bewitching girl whom he had found larger per relit. belong to this business Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars ou all through
there the day before. Cutting short his than to any (}other.Mrs. nettle Glover Tft the East via all rail. The Atlantic Coast Line, Charleston, Richmond trains. .

stay, he went Into the library and. not Mackey in Reliable Poultry Journal. 1U and Washington. Th Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbiaand '

finding her sent a servant up stairs to Washington. Ask for Tickets via Southern Railway. Correspondence Solicited.H. .
t Tae Kurmera u. lnv* tm <.
; ask !if she would like to play a game The extension of the rural delivery of To the West I The Southern U'y via Jesup, Atlanta and Chattanoogo. The L 4
of plngpong before dinner. Rose came: N, via Montgomery. The Southern R'y via Savannah Columbiaand
down two steps at a time mall la bringing:, the good ronds questtion Asheville The MAO: R'y via Montgomery.; F. CAREY, Ft*. P... Agt. JOS V. Bay St, Jacksonville, FU.'
homo to every farmer. .The government
"Why, Mr. Prescott! she exclaimed. Is perfectly wllllfljHo assume! Tfl the East t vIa Steamship. Via" Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York, S. H. HARDVICK, V. H. TAYLOR
I "I supposed you always spent this 1U PhiladelphIa and Boston, vl Savannah and ::Merchants*. Miners
hour in the chamber: of grief. I've been the expense of free mull delivery' over Transportation Company for Baltimore. Qeaati Pastenger Agent Ajs'l Gta.1 P... A,."
highways but Is not ready to
in there a great deal todny. It Is so To Key West and Havana, via Tort Tampa and Peninsular &: Occidental SteamshipsTo Washington D. C. Atluli, Gs.
peaceful." build rou41" 'an'r which to curry the Nova Scotia Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island, via Boston and Canada,

,I, N", With this llvrfy bit of humanity before tnnlls. Bond ronds throughout thconntrv Atlantic and Plant Steamship line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Charlotte towo.SUL.2l4EEt. "....._ 15. 1OO2.
are the beat Investments tb.fllrlllt'rli .
him it suddenly occurred to Mll
1-1111 make TOUzl.XSTS: TIOEETS: : :
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I lard that the room was very gloomy
I''" "Shall we have u jame'l" be naked. will be on sale throughout the Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern States to

j "ringpong Certainly I love pingpong. all FLORIDA RESORTS, via the Plant System, during the season of 1901-1002, Urn THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE

." DOCTORSsay Ited to return until May 3lst, with liberal stopover privileges! Florida. ,
Inter Addresses of parties in the north sent to the undersigned; will be liberally supplied
Half an hour Mrs. Pltmnn came with Information and handsome advertising matter. Patented la the United States, Great Britain and Canada
I' In and hoard the! ping pong of the! little be cured."
"Consumption can For Information: as to rates: sleeping car reservation, etc., call on or write to .
1 ball: beating on the dining: table and Nature alone won'tdolt.. needs PRICE, ..1.00 and 3.00 EACH. Should be used by every Boat Builder In the C.SIn J

(.nlost the! racquets accompanied.. by help. Doctors"Scott's say F. M. Jolly Division Passenger .
1 bursts of lau btrr. When her nephew 138 West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville Fla., Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders In the United States.For .

flaw her, It suddenly occurred to hluj Emulsion Sale
B. W. W re nn Passenger Traffic Manager Savannah, Ga. bv '
t that he bad changed: !' !.,
For several days little wn seen of Is the best help." But you must W. B. DEN AM General Superintendent, Savannah Ga. Jas. Pritchard & Son
{<< continuo its use even in hot i FLORIDA
tbt widower the! other members of TITUSVILLE, -
by .. __ .. .. .
I y weather. -- -- -- ---------- ---- -- ---- -- -
: tiii" tuwll '. .\lIb"me\! of having been SEE
If yon have not tried!' It, end far ire, Mmptc.
''I It. tl away from his grief by u chit ot a SCOTT Ml BOWNE, Ch-tmlsta.. JOB PRIITTIlTa ---
.-irl, be bad mmim-d! his former hub- .
j ; 409-413' read Street, New York.
'i ''f"I but till {jlticiupt to concentrate his sac aDd f 1.00;all drugfist.rjgf THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

I mint on the peat was Interfered with OF ALL KINDS

by thrust'tbe: Itself bright before(see tbat hltn.continuously lie beard The ADVOCATE: does job printing.. ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE. print all kinds of Ooamerclal: Stationery, Wedding Stationery! Cards, nl Er"o ....

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Av flomewhul Vna.ul Way of !!..-
N: IRIVED:: :: : E3:0'J'EL.., Framing and Mulchlmrnnntfbrrrlea dtlulilu.ee and Tender Shrub. -'
and Blupkberrl. r.r J '
Take a piece of lot about one foot "'
One finds scores of country gnrdena. .
# TITUSVILLE 11011* find place It beside] the rosebushor .. J t
where an attempt has bl'1IIIlule in
other tender shrub. Rend the bUll"o.r
to cultivate the nisii-'
previous years gently the log and cover with
FLORIDA. ,.berry, the blackberry, or perhaps both,
and where dlscouruKement' and failure -rrv ;

have resulted. A County Gentleman

correspondent thinks It Is possible so to
J. G. :BAST, Proprietor.
1 order u few rows of berry pushes In

the family garden that they will pros fr'1' ,

r I I l ifVfcfc if/ I I
I y3 *
.. ,... and FISHING *s }
-: --g *
.....: -:; .;,.-.;;:.....--......-r.JO Hates: $2..O; per day. / '
$!(> and #12 per week.


w,+y.i. N.

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e.*.-th.. Uos, "s protected In thin. wny

bave gone through the severest weather 'W!
uninjured.! The\ log keeps the bush

Opposite postoffloe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re F tt from being, broken down with the .... .. -- --- .

weight upon It. and to serve this our-
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted, . pose well It should vary In size' a<*- All kinds of Commercial Stationery piloted at the above oftlco.LETTERHEADS .

cording to the size of the bush to lie } NOTEIIEADS: ENVELOPES; : U1M.IIKAIV!l. HHIPPINO

Rates 2.50 per day,and up. .- TAGS CARDS, etc., etc., printed cheaply and expodltloiiRly.Olliclal .

B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. TRELLIS FOR DERRY BC8HE3. I ..- ---
duce fruit year lifter year with little

F attention, given ut the right time and Supply house-;of The-llllnoU-FlHhermen'a; Association. I
he offers the following hints to that .
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I FLA. effect: The Net and Twine Co.
The did cones or the poorest of them ) Chicago

I American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- must be cut out each spring. The new Manufacturers of-
wool must be thinned to n proper degree '
! ed this season. Fine cooking and Rood table. Hot and, Cold Water and the tops of all canes cut buck ojE ,

This Is but a few moments' work each
; Baths Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All
spring. Now. to save nil labor possiblelet

a street cars pass the door. Rates $2.00 to $2.50 per day. the row of bushes be arranged In q 0t"" I Ii
four feet In the i
email clumps apart Cw-
Mrs A. J. WALKER Proprietor. row and protected by such a trellis a*

Is shown In the sketch. Inch and a 2
half stuff Is used for lengthwise and na. it. -
Corner Main and Adams Sts. shows, the log tK 1 +*dd<1.>
EW VICTORIA HOTEL upright supports while the clumps of protected 1"11I/ "

JACKSONVILLE FLA. bushes are held In compact shape tiy the bush while\)' Fla. 2 shows It covered too FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Do"crlptlon.
of lath nt lIch clump. At a with wnrth.American AgrleuliurhJt. t
two pieces PWe
Deniers Sriuo'twine Maitre Cold Hope, I):tc.
Everything new. Free Bus Centrally located Rates 2.IO and $2.50: per distance of four feet the tops will nearly : In ,
. Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
/ day. European plan; rooms, 50 cents to $1.00 each person meet endother, while the stalks at i9.ii.diit.Indiana: Nt. Chicago, 111.

R. BIXLEK, Proplletor.SJ the ground run be worked about with A BLOWER PIT ...Mention The AIWICATB, In your letter..
ease.I ------ ------ -- t
I would cover the entire ground between A Chron and Convvnlrn Plan or are :Membeisof the'Illlnols Klidiermen'. AHincintlon.IF .
limit ln Klonvro In Winter.' -- ----
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the clumps and between the
There 'are rtiny desirable winter
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rows If there are two or more of thesewith

ie Clarendon Inn and the Breakers, SEABREEZE ly. This coarse keeps meadow down hay the put weeds on thick and the but 001'1'1111.h'ntll dry.for the hated/ lUToimnodiitloi<
many berry sprouts' and keeps the ,
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greetihouxe Is In many cases not uttultmhle. -
UNDER THE SOLE MANAGEMENT OF Col. C. C. POST. ground always porous moist and cool All varieties of flowers except .
conditions that are especially attractive
These two commodious houses at'Seabreeze the most popular summer resort to raspberry and blackberry plants. \ those reiiulrlug a high; degree of .Building Lot
will most satisfactorily!
In Florida will be under the management of Col. C. C. Post during the Once a year this mulch will have to be hest develop .. :
in n pit If the hitter Is well drainedand
Bummer season of 1002. Professor Sanduld's Orchestra, from New York renewed, as It gradually decays? and .
so "vltiiuled, as to admit the sunshine
will play dally, aftornoqn and evening. becomes worked Into the soil' adding
freely. The following Instructions or n lot with a BUILUINO READY .FOR OCCUPANCY,
Guests feel assured of and Attention to their humus and making the earth lighter .
can a satisfactory table every for making such a pit were originally
comfort. Rates, $2 to f2.&O per day; $10 to $12 per week. Write for special more retentive of moisture and richer given In the St. Louis Republic: LAND FOR AN ORANGE: GROVE
la the material that the berry plant requires -
rates for families for the season. Address C. C. POST, Seabreeze Fla as food.Practically It need not be (urge, as n pit 5 or PINteAPPLK PI.AS'I'\TIOSor'l'RUCK GARDEN ,
fl feet wide '>" lo feet In length will
then the only care thp
We have for sale just what are conking.
house a large number! of plants. If probably you
COOI>ALL-OLThe > SEAnItEI:. bushes need !IA an annual pruning and
p-mnlbl". place It on the south nldo of In but stilt there I Is If are
mulching. A little attention now and Settlers' << are Hooking mom you
and n I'ulldli'g ur f"n<',> or iigaliiHt\ a wlud-
then to the few straggling weeds
lor,','k of evergreens Dig It 4 or lurking this way, drop a linn to
OLD SEABREEZE shouts that force n way up through
[ Seaside Inn I the earth high,
be H feet deep banking "
the thick mulch will course required -
hark' and cities with qulten JAS. E. INGRAHAM :ari .
(DAYTONA) FLA. \but first and l IIIIIt! there will b" nn on the | ,
the surface, of the
shun clone o
Opposite Kearlng's: New Casino and Pier. Tide handsome new modern less work In this way of caring for Ihebushl' ground In front l-'nce It Inside with EAtc'rvAMT: It'T,
other that Is ord-
hotel situated on the finest Suif Bathing Beach In Florida Is now open for than by any tarred plank bu It Is nut neces-
heavy '
The gradual dying
the Spring and Mummer trade. Large airy rooms. Exchange and Dining out nnrlly of practiced.once thrifty bushes that one spry to floor It. Arrange a few Hol'dnhelven ST. AITOI 1 STINR. FLA.

Room overlooking ocean. Fine cuisine and service. Terms $8 to $1 IS) per sees In so many farm gardens/ Is due and a numlwr of IMHI-M for. th"plan's -

t?t week. JAS. II. JOHNSON & SONS. almost wholly to lurk of proper thin. that oe... most room. Use"' 1'lIlh.

I't1nter House: GRAND ATLANTIC Daytona Florida fling out ami pruning and to the choking er narrow IIIIIh"1I| and arrunge! to have o :s: .. S E3 Lcr:: M: cSs 0 0 ,

: of the bushes\ by STUBS and weeds tt 'n .nlldf iHlly on their frnnNea. Un- JACKSONVILLE, .. FLA.
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s IPHIt built| upon i. imturi'l slops It will ''IT 111"Y. anent"

wl s'r PALnl: ACIl. lloa. Grown Itlaikmrlon Plnnta. he n<*e<>HHiirv to dig at one side
I The. prime advantage, of the \house cistern i1 'ev f'>et deeper than the per

grown plant. Ilex In the increased earll- to druln off nay water thi't may seen

he! Lo anlln ton WEST PALnEAGU: mess of the product. Sometimes there tu d'irlrigery heavy rains or when the 44Q; w. FULL

,, FLORIDA. la little dlffeienci In the time of ma frost IH irul'tR ort of the "rll\II' turity of the first fruits but the main protection ..II'rlllvery cold weather

W. C ERNST :Manager\ crop from set plant. Is always consld, old ei'i-pctl". or a 011'Itrt.1l1i made of %PRE35 fXPRf5S
ernbly In advance of that from seed nackli'g HtuTed with ..,('"I"r" or straw
On Lake Worth opposite PostofHce and business houses. Large verandas. sown In the open. Hut It routs nn appreciable i ndotered w'th u turpniilln'or ruttier PREPAID PREPAID

labor and 'vII""' ,, Till
In bhMiliet
Item equipment necessary
Strictly first-class. Summer Rates $2 per day. Special! by the week.
to prow the plants, and there In nlno shnqul hr) )'"'d down firmly round, tin

-- -- the rink of losing them li.v "damping W'g..w w"h" ""fllIl'd.. tQ

II1.NDIRSON1'iLi.I':, x. r. off." This Is to point, extent n nor filch-" ,i i"n, MMrli' / can 'h" made at aVI rFII '

-- -- trollahlc! factor. On the other hand v HinnlixpiiiHe and the danger period In the field from Insects skilled lobar will enable! tinnnuileiir .

IGH PARK PLACE IIENUEUSOXVIM.E, N. COld Is nciiHlbly ,Khurtenpil. The Held, rli,,,>1'*' to procure very benil-
grown plant are Inter but are usually tlfnl, unit prfct flowers all winter on IDoz.DELIVCfCD I

more productive! than the house grown 'r..fI""MI'M. <'II h.MP, prlmroMeM. fiirmitloim. I .
Stone Mansion In a park of fifteen ucies. Tlili advantage l III ngnln offset !by the v'..'"t..., verlieniiM. Jnsmlursl tents' ., ? FOR

For Rooms and Terms ndtliens : lower price of the product. They are foil n iini"-oii other Hiiwlefc oTIen givetetter '
susceptible to Insect attack relatively Fiill-rnctlon grown In tnls way
longer;; than the house grown plant, than In a regiiltir hnthonm 40
_. .. also off" In the n
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NHAV YORK: open In cool ringgy weather. It costs (2r.|..* tulllnM.. |
lens to grow them. Probably-the- ,conservative Drape\ Nlttlilll" lutendetl for planting I II ta r...rh.. l* iliNt UrewllllC Ctt:

1/ course to pursue Is to growan to I'rol'lllItlO' new lnes for future use I II. --.
4,.lh Street bet.,Broadway and Sixth Avenue, arM by both methods If the soil Isfavorable. I. la the vineyard "llOuhl.to\ cut from thevines. "1" .
HE HAMILTON I. I ...._ .......r --
NEW YORK .-John Craig Xew York. I'mde Into bundle\ of fifty lied' I

I and either burled twlow the: front Hue i T P a7heytempararlly

A Modern Fireproof Apartment Hotel. Central and Desirably The Trlmmfnv of Plum Trrr. out of 'lours or stored In 1M'''.*. or I onjt akebowels ills agitating the

The trimming cf plum tree. Is similar "ii'up mind In H cellar, ndvlnea r'nrui I DY
t Ldoated. With Comfort and Convenience.Furnished .
I' ( every to that of the peach. Do not trim n and Itniii-h. Home recommeiKl that but regular action cannot: be secured until the liver
and Unfurnished. plum t-oo for two or three years ns ttif.v, I lie Imrled top down: otbvm de- secretes enough bile to make: the InleMinea\
: GEORGE W. MORTON. the little shoot< bear the first fruit mere it does not mutter which end of execute their natural! functions. *ff* Unnatural .
find let them remain! nntll you have the cutting l h. dowu. :agitation caused: by cathartics, nH compels e
bud read-crop. Afterward" trim the continua) and Incrcm;, { doses to ;
a "-
I trrfj systematically says Mr. Skillmtn. malt unit Klowvr 1..... attain the O.
Hotel ;
Marlboro f.
1 ghJ-------------- a successful New Jersey plum The nadi-r'Hkcr' bunch of crape Is 9 I:

grower. flat of d to murk the house of mournlng.Hn""hlll' ( .. on the
Ilortlraltornl Drovl'lr. I livers cures Chills
Broadway, :'Kith and 37th: Streets, NEW YORK.
In plum trees I select the yearling The Htigu'eMtlon:! III I made that every and Fever and every'form of

400 Room 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric llghU. Conducted ays ont grower." .(-hooI' d"/irIUl..nt! / throughout the land Malarial, DUious, Remitting and Intermitting
After the head baa once been formed '. memorial tree" the seat cf the'
plant 1frf.lntny to
on American and European plans, and U rrMr.ajjed under the personalsupervision cherries will require! little pruning a Fevers, and, ty going
send Easter lily
The Axoren now u* trouble works permanent cure.
of the owner. but for a number of years It may bulbs w..kh. are said to equal thorn ofU..anu.I CENTS PER D I'1TTLJ!.
be well to bead back the upright, sweet ,.. FIFTY
E. S. CROIVELU Manager -
growing cherries. A Ueorzla; : paper report that, n peach II. 1C. WII.MON.. SOX.
--- ----- --- -- -- --- ---- ----- -- -- All varieties of may be propagated
grapes I f"II74' In "ii .in northeru Jeorgln.. It Ulwll
by layering and many like Norton .. /I --
Teil, that the exi-ritloiuil| profit -- -----
Broadway and -list Street, Cynthiana. Scappernonir! and other this have had
tote! renllxeil) fur '".1' crop
Vendome bard wooded rest I vn Us) varieties" cannot tnu'-b to do with It. :Miiuy" Iliounund. V/HITE'S CREAMVERMIFUGE

NEW YORK CITY. easily b., propagated otherwise. of Irene will lie planted.' 'VV"ORMS !!

Golden: arbor vltte\ six to eight feet Injurious _I ailing:: of applets by sulphur .
FIREPROOF. 300 rooms, single and en suite, with private bath. and toilet blab I* an attractive" novelty. I fume whleh were uxedj to preeut r..l.Qrnnatr .., -B. -I -

rooms EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms fl.RO;;large rooms $2; and with Even seeds that are strong! and large. dl'(' ". U reported. In Hurnl NewWorker. / Far 20 Years Has: Lrd ai!; V/oriu U L 4.,eawcsa; : (f: 1lolJI'I
watered with sow
should be care
.... u..r.zara.
!' Cl'rz:> 2J C. .A.XOXO : : :"
private bath *:>.50per:>> day and opp"arda. Tbe management la I under the personal Ing them. Drenching la usually bad for The w'nr.'f'! muskmelon I I. again a ....... -' "" "Aurq/ t t..1r.O. st. Lr u15.AA '! .

I supervision of the owner. FRANK GRCEN: Manager. kbem. triple! of 1111.-."I. I .. ..,_.? ------_V V r.Ilr.yw,. .-yy/W Vfr


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': kS cI MR. SNELL, REPLIES. Robbins & Graham Co. E'. L. :S .. ..::C-Z &:,' :::se6--:

I :::1 i : :. I'I' NC,, u/ ({; Jr'j -DKALERS IN- ,

r. l OVINE( FLA., July, 14, 1002.
''j" ''I Editor East' Coast t Advocate. ,
H' 41 Wont Iriy Street S PAID UP CAPITAL: $25,000.00. PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FI"| i KI
I 'j jj' Dear Sir:-I see In your valuable paperof We handle I in 'I>>:
6 i r' JACKSONVILLE:: FLORIDA. the 8th, luat a letter headed:"Iralso This company owns We deal e exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade <,u' ,I' uuc f
I "' Write for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at youi
for a County Cqmmlssioner, Will you era us va
stock In this section of '
Largest In country. Vll kindly allow me space for a reply, as It ZIAN :JD S, E. L. BRADY & BRO. TITUSVILJ.E H'l i ,,\,
Established 1808.
: I think Intended for I
was, me, as am -
Send for descriptive catalogue In the Indian Rivet Country; On the St.
d I the only candidate against Mr.Conkllng?

'p t' r Who l Is Mr. Joseph Williamson? A true Lucie River; at New River and on Bay S. W. CARROLL
and tried republican! Why did not Mr.CODkIlDA' ,
_.THE ANHEUSER BUSCH., Hancock's Liquid Sulphur Indorsedand get some of his good: democrat Biscayne.. Prices to suit the times.

$ t prescribed by many leading physio friends to praise him, as Mr. Williamsonhas Send for Land List. -DeAler In-

Asso's. tans. throughout tbe State, for all blood no voice In our primary GRAIN FEED FRUIT, AND VEGETABLE
Brewing and skin Mr. Conkllng Is a man I think a good Offices at Tltusville and Miami, Fla. GROCERIES;, ,

t troubles. Hundreds of cases of deal of, but what has )he done for his Crockery Glass and Tinware. VSi.i Patrn_age: SolicitedTITUSVILLE ,
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Eczema and other skin diseases have district? GEO.: M. ROBBItfS, F. A. MORGAN.
Famous St. Louis Keg tod Bottled I FLORIDA.
!1 Heer. been pcimanently cured, after many I guess Mr. Williamson does not consider President. Actuary. ,
t that I, and others, voted a special ------ -- -- ---- -- --- -
standing the of -- -- -- -- -
years by use Hancock'sLiquid
,t r L4; Bold by Memrs.F.A. Lesley.#d!1I five mill tax. Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,

I i l'R.. L. Motl"w,Tltu vllle.Jrla! Sulphur. For sale by. As for the Improvements Mr. Conkling INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .
1 B. R. has made tIle roads I-will don't WILL FURNISHAbstracts
Motiow WILSON ifc SON, DRUGGISTS. on say, I
Mr, K.L. ,COOOB,Fla.
By think ho ever HAW the north end of the of Title FLA.

>; t' l il JOSEPH ZAPF TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. :3rd district. At any rate one would not -FOU LAND8INBrevard Is prepared. to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or ]oose. Special .attend,I ..
II suppose he had, judging from the palmetto -
r for family use. Fair dealing Is motto
I t r roots In the road between Bona- County. paid sacking for or my

: Sole Agent. HOME OF AN EAST COAST venture and Eau Gallic, also the badwashout' T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.Whaler's .
Office under Law Office of
VISITOR IN BOSTON. at Horse creek.. We, citizensof ,
tl .,,1I Bovine bad GEO. ROBBINS
to work road ,
our ,putting
.' 610 to 8.2:!(0 West Bay Street,
I out trees, ourselves. TITTTSVILI.K, FLA.
(, An ADVOCATE representative recently What did !Mr. Conkling do for the I I '
had the of
pleasure visiting one of the
I thirty names against eight or ten, at Sebastian Store. [
+ I, most beautiful homes In Boston, called ? I guess Mr. Williamson was
j il.1 Stonewall, owned( by )fr. and Mrs. Frank one of the eight or ten from the tone of East Coast Meat Market
P. Stone. The house
East End Cafe stands on his letter.
a rise of about an acre of rich land-was

I have been in Brevard county since Agent.
; ; I; II' WM. J. HOBAN Prop'r."Wines sonal designed and beautified under the per- Feb. 24th 1370, and have been a demo. a= Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Et t(|
,I supervision of Its owner, and it Is crat all the time, and a tax payer since c oH -

Liquors and Cigars. fitted throughout with all the latent 1881. I have had the chance of being! a ...... .
I plumbing and lighting appliances. The Commissioner twice since that time but r SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine Watches

." I A.NUAU8EK BU8CK DEER A SPECIALTY furniture and brlo-a-brao Is very costly refused the office, getting friends instead 1 13Mall
'I,I choice and rare; the walls of the billiard ; but since our dlstilct my was kept In C-> Psr and Jewelry. All work warranted for 12 months.

11'I''' Out of town orders clven prompt atten- and adjoining rooms have painted upon such condition\ and as I had letters from tI:: Orders will receive prompt and.careful attention
them. In oil colors different hunting Sebastian aud from friends p'::
I Melbourne
; tion. trade
i Jug a specialty.
scenes from )Florida, to Canada, In which -
elsewhere wanting! me to run against TITUSVILLE. FLORID*
i I Ip -FUn ISIIED ROOMS Mr. Stone has participated. Mr. Conkllng, 1 did so, not because I had ,1. IT
I .
In front of
Mr. Stone's palatial residence
anything against Mr. Coukling. A
t I / Cor. Bay and Catherine Sts, In a stone wall, coveted with Yours truly __ em
English Ivy; Inside the nail Is a row of J. T. SNELT. tI_:: .
i Jacksonville Florida..Mason's ( .
large and elm trees while
stately just .c.2 yp !
: i I I beyond is an immense wide IIprea.dlllbeach -

::1.1 y; ; ; Fruit Jars. ., shading Further a on very, and handsomelykeptlawn. leading toward Heal In one application, at B. '

I ,I I', the rear of the house are a choice selection R. Wilson & Son's drug store. : TO MAIL ORDERS FOR- '

PINTS, (JO cents per dozen. of fruit trees and shrub, compiUIng 9y '

Florida dwarf orange, apple,pear, peach, BROWN & SHARP FACTORY. Hardware, Tinware Crockery, Glasswanjj
QUARTS, OScts per dozen. red and white currants, stiawbmrloH,
1 P raspberries, etc., while around the edgeof
r j the !grounds are cherry trees, bending Recently an ADVOCATE representativehad Harness and Stoves. I,
; GAL 00/! dozen.
I ) psuh !ij cts. the pleasure
; ( per under the of being shown over .
weight r\t that .
I large and :
..1' .. Afv l y k ... .
of the ...
one largest and best
-egalpperd I Industries
dt A delicious English ox-heart cherry Mr. yOur Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptl!;
; I IIDV.3p r, G. T. BUNTING, Stone not only cultivates the fruit and in the United States-the Brown \..... .i
i 1 185 Furniture. beautiful flowers for himself and wife, it Sharp Maaufactiuing Co.'s factory >, \ .
of Providence K. I. Thin S.fhl. -: PritchardSon.
\ but for his numerous friends, for It gives factory was ,1
St, Augustine, Florida.JHkI him great pleasure to see his guests started In a small, way In' 18.I.J; ; by tho /
. present Mr. lirown's grandfather.: In .. .
gather them for themselves.Mr. .
: ,. : 18.VJ Mr. taken '" "" Postofllce Box 212,
Sharp was Into the
tiI' (Stone was a member of Boston's : ,, t
i Honorable Artllleiy when cern, which was Incorporated In 1808 lIthe W; '
'Jotnpany ___ .I. Titusville: Florida.Pineapp1es. .
/ Brown A Sharp Manufacturing Co.
went to London about three years' ago. t-
I / During big\ visit to the largest city the The factory of today Is Immense and ".

; world ever saw, the Prince of Wales- covers over 8% acres of land. About _
3,000 men are employed In this .7 '.
now King! Edward VII-presented Mr. factory, ?

: Stone with a very handsomelyengravedmedal Including about fifty machine artists, If Your House Goes in Smoke :
which he la very proud of, and who !get up new designs and make alter np :
which he would nut part with at any ations. The building Is fireproof and
I I .I II 1 price. has every modern convenience for the and you loose everything .

1I M1\? I I Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Stone have employees, Including dinlng-ball, library, it Is your own fault. P 1

I Sfli ;f : boon regular wlntur! visitors to the East baths. etc., etc, which go to show that :37M.ro: Iia.sivi.i-/xxi.oo.:

; .' Count of Florida for great many years the welfare.firm of takes their a great Interest In the sufficient to cover the value of the prop- We solicit consignments all kinds of Fruits,Vegetables and t.l'1'oduce. t.
I vlxtllng all\ the resorts between Jacksonville employees.QA11 and household effects should be
car .. All receive attention. Re-
shipments personal
of the Wilcox & iibb< e-"luJt ro.i- our
: l'I und l\lIltml-anI they speak: In ried. Hales ate not high.! The companion.
; high terms of this favored section of climes are made by Brown & l Sharp: besides we represent are solvent, reliable and lib- turns made day of,sale. Stencil or rubber stamp on application.
.' hundreds of other articles such .
Florida.. as l
J '
eral. Claims
are promptly adjusted.
; tools and measuring 'Instruments
I Jac ?-r fact michineryof all\ kinds both Don't neglect to take out a policy. e-crcreES.
If'tf" light SOOE3IE: : & : :
: and heavy; and this Him U noted for its ,

h open up one of my bottles of We had the pleasure of meeting-at Correspondeuce Invited.
:, tbe factory-Mr. Sharp, who U a very
., OLD WISE OK WHISKEY !MAHM.\ July 11&, I'.IOJ.\ : pleasant and amiable gentleman also

,t, I and drink to the houltli ami proRpeilty of Captain J. (). "',,f Jn, Mr. W. E, Klpl..y and Mr. R Vlull;, who / KBtAIILlSHKD: 1870.
friends and self. have been connected with this X11I111/
4 Veiv York. vast enterprise -
I'f''1 f' These goods are pine and wholoi_onio, '
all their
nearly lives Messrs.Rlplev .
t : t Unexcelled for ilchneas and Dear Sir-You ask my candid opinion &
I strength and Viall are winter vlsltois to M. Lane Son
\ I l\ .flavor. of your Invention find it gives me pleasure
the East Coast of
; Florida
I i ROUT. L. MOTLOW, to say that I have been In the block ; where they ,
own property. These gentlemen were
TITUS VJLLE and COCO t, FLA. manufacturing: business In Boston-au l -
: \ my father before me-and have made In Tltusvlllo, Canaveral, Rockledge; and '" +.Il ?PdTiNiHn \ ACMINEll 250 WASHINGTON STREET, ,NEW YORK.
and sold blocks nearly all life. I have other places on this coast )last winter. arNU
t 1// 1: examined my Mr. 1). 1). Whltten, Is one of the office

L. A. Ilildretli, locking thoroughly! pulley\ block your and pronounce patent self-It staff lie was a former cashier at the Southern Fruit and Produc

Windsor hotel, Jacksonville, whets lie
: I
i Dealer!In Foreign and Domestic Brands the most practical form of self-locking had a host of lends. ElCommission.
J, pulley _blocks! ever Invented. In yourpilnoiple
i ...of... the rope Is not injured, as Is :: :: : :tMIerchan:: : : : ''w'
; jt' the cane of all other styles now on the NEW CONSUMPTION CURE.
Brandies Gins
Rom, Whiskeys, market. Your principle being two rollIng \- \@ r
surfaCes coming In contact with the \ FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
, L : Wines, Bottled Ales, Deer and Stout. rope, does not Injure It. Since. King Edward of England has

jJ1 The best whiskey and liquors served by Your pulley\ block can also be manufactured taken such a marked Inteiestlnthe medical '
battle against! consumption, experts Stencils, Cards and our quotations furnished on application. ;
polite and courteous attention at far leas cost than all other We are agents for the above Sewing
themselves with luoie.ised
are devoting
i kinds, which will enable It to be placed "
A first class line of foreign on the market far more readily than the energy to finding a remedy for the dread Machine, and keep a full line of the different .

(bI>, I and domestic olgars.1 higher-cost many purposes styles, and outside can be of adaptedfor pulley disease.centered. on Attention a discovery, this which week;,If has circumstantial been- styles on hand. P. Kuhlmaxi & Co.

/1 I ; r FAMILY HOTEL TRADE: Solicited) blocks. reports may be credited, promises JOHN R. WALKER CO.

Prompt and careful attention given There Is no doubt but what a ]large to have Important! results. 'fhe discoverer Titusville, Florida.
i I business can be worked up for these self- Is Dr. Robert Magulre,, a physl- FLORIDAPIN"EA.PPLES
to mall orders, accompanied by cash.L. .
alum at the
I I 'I q locking blocks if put on the market Dromuton Consumption hospital
A HILURETir, and one ot Ute first authorities on Bros.
properly Youis truly, Hodgson
7 FOIt1' PIERCE, FLORIDA JlKKHBlIT: T.OUP, tuberculosis. It occurnd to him that ascertain : : : : :
antiseptics produced remarkably
Formerly treasurer of the Kagnall- EAU GALLIE, FLA.
i --- !good results even with a limited use, because -
Loud lock Co.
4' __:_ __ ho 1 ......oOM ___ P. 8.-You can show this letter to doses had to be so mild as not to Marine Railway. A
't UNIVERSITY COLLEGE whom Irritate the stomach, \If one could be and
you please. I shall be pleased to General Merchants Ship Chandlers.

1 ; OF MEDICI"E-: Il?' when handle ready your for self-locking the market.tackle blocks blood found so that as to could directly be Injected attack the Into germ the ..Special Facilities.. New York Agents for Florida Fancy Pineapple Association 1

f : MfD/CINE-DfNTlsrRY-PHARMACY/ of the disease. benefit would
f great result.i
for Out and
j Ltituro tUII. far 'hcory, [Samples of the above Invention can After great research he choose formal de Hauling Storing Repairing 201 Waahlngton St I NEW YORK. P
Lab"fatorlea /.-r Proof, be In the ADVOCATE dyde Yachts and Launches. l
Hu.pltaK/i" Pr.ctlc.. seen office] one of agroupof, very active germicide ( 1)3) :Murray Street. I} N. Y.
I notable for the foot thata
*, solutionof
.. Mention the ADVOCATB when writing. .
Ono hundred "al(' C .I"lu. Pr_. a
in hundred thousand
one one andseyetty -- --- --- ----- ------- ----- -
parts Is fatal to the consumptiongerm. d
He has Injected this In vat bus Two Fine Lots For Sale. ,
JAMES OLI-v'I'r: : : : :::SRO :!: : IER: S
I A. FLOOD. Merchant, Air.. to Coiitlii Th.lr Adver strengths with marvelous results. cavitiesIn 1

. j' (Formerly of :New York City,) thing to 1'I.w.a'.a.' the lunge healing. up. It Is reported, in Two fine 10-acre( lots lying on Indian *
six weeks', time, achieving what may be River, 2 miles south of Fort Pierce, on a *,
Regular Licensed Master The merchants and business men of good shell road. Each lot has 300 feet
regarded as thorough: cure. of cases Produce Commission Merchants. B
Scottdale PH., have formed association _
Plumber thought hopeless. A patient, Instanced river frontage. Illuh blulT.covered; with yr
against: all fake advertising. hereafter -, palms and hardwood timber. Good for
was given an In the last stages of
t With the very bent experiences of over they will\ place their advertising consumption. The treatment was triedon oranges, grapefruit, tangerines and pine-
E J twenty years on all kind of the most approved money In the weekly newspapers published him with the result that In two months apples. No better location on the river Florida Pines Our
sanitary methods of plumbing In tile town. They have unanimously he was passed by a medical examiner for at any price. 1000.00 for each lot. Specialty,
Indorsed the
Las opened a nist-clasa shop on Beach newspaper as being an Insurance company. The Injection of C. T. MCCARTY,
street, south of opera house, where I am the best medium of advertising and the the drug Is painless and is made near the Ankona, Fla.
t prepared to furnish aud Install tbe only one that prove satisfactory at all
very elbow. While It In too soon yet to say 335 Washington Street.
'latest and times.
most approved otf sanitary ,
that the -
treatment do all that Is
can Draylng.
The local merchants had
plumbing, drainage and become disgusted
claimed font, the discovery has never- I '
together with all kinds of the very boat at the frequent Instances In which the less attracted the attention of eminent NEW YORK. jfj
J sanitary plumbing fixtures of the best they were talked or virtually forced into Draylng hauling of all kinds prompt'
'1 ). manufacture, with the very latest sanitary advertising schemes which turned out on the medical continent.men all over England and 'I ly attended to. .Meets all trains. Stove References: Our 33 years record. Chatham. National Bank, New y >rk I

I requirements; all kinds direct and worthless. wood supplied.
Indirect, hot water and. steam heating Church programs and programs for ALFRED HADLT,Tltusville.
; '
; laundry drying rooms fitted. All work local entertainments also under the Need More Help.

..'receive prompt and personal aUent ban, a* many of the merchants complainthat Often the overtaxed organs of digestion : Land For Sale. Seeds For Summer Crops. s'

''to lion and done at the very lowest terms. with every entertainment given cry out for help by dyspepsia's pains, .
., Bstlraates cheerfully furnished. Telephone where there Is an excuse for publishinga nausea, dizziness, headaches, liver com- 17jyr acres first-class pineapple] land, j
( 04, Daytona, Fla. program they are solicited for an ad plaints, bowel disorders. Such troubles desirable front, on St. Lucie river at a
\ vertisement. call for prompt use of Dr. King's New bargain. For reasonable terms write Millets, Sorghums, Soja Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts Chufas, Teoslnte ''""I
I Clyde Steamship" Line. Some of the merchants asserted that Life Pills. They are gentle, thorough; W. W. LFCK Beggarweed, clean. '
r\ they have spent from $11)0) to $300 a year and guaranteed to cure. 25o: at B. R. 1. Tlbbals, Fla..
f In schemes which are whollwithout any Wilson A Son's
drug store C01 3T
Tickets and reservations via the Clyde return as advertising and which out :
Steamship Line can be secured of Chas. them down just that much In their news Clothing Cleaned Dyed Wonderful Black, Unknown, Ladyflngers.

I, 11. Walton, at the ADVOCATE office, Tl. paper advertising. Hotel Wanted. Pressed and Repaired. I.adles'dressea Clean Bright Stock; Lowest Prices. Conch Peas., 33o per qt., Postpalx ?
1 tusville. peck; 25 bushel. '
1 Sound kidneys are safeguards of life. Want to lease small winter tourist a specialty. Address SAM PBBKIXS: Poultry Supplier, Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden Tools Fertilizers.L. .

rr Reading notice ads. on this page Make the kidneys healthy with Foley's hotel on Florida East Coast Road. Address Magnolia Avenue and fith Street, CAMERON. Tho Seed Store '

am live cents per line per week. Kidney Cure. bold by Wilson & Son. Box 00, WurnnsTllle, N. C. P. O. Box 235.: Sanford, Fla. 123 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


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