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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 17, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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L,. 35.:: NO. A. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA; FRIDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1OO3. PRICE. Co.

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LOCAL NEWS, SAM PERKINS, Sanford, Is Dyeing e BIG at Rhodes.BARGAINS IN LADIES'-SHOE -Look for 'P. W. Luce's ad. page 8. TO THE PEOPLE OF BRE- AMONG TJHE HOTELS.

-Mr. S. S. Jones, and two sons, of NEW AND; NOBBY LINE OF MEN'' VARD COUNTY.The .

it Topics. of General Interest. Cocoa, wore visitors In .Titusville, las -Col. S. T. Travis, of Coooa was a trousers at Rhodes Where to stop along the East Coast.
Sunday. visitor in Tltusville
I on Tuesday.Dr. -Dr. and Mrs B. R. Wilson were visitors State Fair for Florida will be held See list of hotels on page 7.

I THE ADVOCATE, TAKE A LOOK AT TilE DUTCITESS W. L. Hughlett, of Coooa) andDr. Sanford/ on Tuesday.Mr. at Lake City, November 11 toll Inolutdvo. -
guaranteed trousers. Rhodes Is exclusive R. B. Holmes of Point were I ITltusville In Where to stop In 'L'ltl1 vllle? See Tl-
\11.50 per annum, In advance. City Frank E. Bond, of Del.and, wasa Nearly every county lu the State tusvllle hotel ad on our 7th page.
agent. .
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$1.00 six months, yesterday.Mr. visitor in Titusville ou Tuesday a will bo well represented. Brevard county -

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. &y We cannot guarantee to publish Thos. E. Wilson of Sanford, arrived guest of the Indian River hotel. by its County Commissioners, has The ADvocATE Is now on file at all
then subscribe for the ADVO- Items that do not reach this office before In Tltusville yesterday, and Is a officially\ recognized: the Importance of the best hotels In New York city.
you Mrs. J. Field of
S. Indlanola arrived
the Fair! by making: nn appropriationand
the It does not cost noon on Thursdays.We guest of the Indian River hotel.Tltusville .
ia by weep you In Titusville, yesterday, on n visit to appointing a Com missloner to got up Mr. Geo. C. Howe, of Hotel Kensington
>io cents per : postage Included. call attention to the proclamation has enjoyed a good north- her sister, Mrs. B. R. Wilson. an exhibit, transport it to Lake City and New York, In chock-a-block with enthusiasm .
date of printed of election for the town of Titus east breeze for several It look
rote expiration upon days. J. M. of Orlando see to It generally.; and has Imparted It to his hotel
',r paper or wrapper every week. This ville, on second page. much as If winter Is not far away. arrived-Attorney In Titusville Cheney on Wednesday, and The time has come for the Commissioner which has gone ahead remarkablyunder

(receipt for your money. No need -Remember the town election to be -Mr. G. L. Mandaville, Titusvlllo' was a guest of the Indian River hotel. to make an appeal to the pride his administration.
'us to send receipt for subscription. held October 27th. A full list of and patriotism of the people of every
on city popular jeweler, was a passenger southbound Several alterations are In at
i date glees It to you. officers be -Mr. L. Moreton Murray, the popular part of the county for such material as progress
are to elected.Mr. yesterday en route to Coooa fora
the San Juan hotel, Orlando, more bathrooms
:'JIB: EAST COAST ADVOCATB Is ont day. representative of that well known wholesale they have for exhibit. The press of the'
at the following news-stands, at fivets and Mrs. Geo. F. Paddlsono: house, Marx Bros.$ of Jacksonville. county has been most kind and progressive are being: added, new carpets laid
> per copy : Eau Oallle, were passengers northbound, -Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Ilolman, of Won Is In town to-day Interviewing our mer and through their generosity your and Landlord Hoe man will be In better:
ntusville-B. R. Wilson & Son. Sunday, en route to Jacksonville.Look cester, M""" .., who were visitors to the chants. Commissioner ta enabled to address shape than over to take carp of his usual

!Jacksonville Duval hotel. Mechanics' Fair, Boston, this week, ex citizen In the county. large winter travel.
at the name and date slip or -The Baptist Missionary\ Society:: every: '
poet to spend the winter In Titusville. gave Your Is needed and Arthur L Marsh of the
Union Mr .
help
News stand depot your paper or wrapper this week, and a tea party at the residence of Mr. and your cooperation > manager
see If you do not owe us something. If: Titusville has an excellent livery; Mrs. C. A. Wlllahan, yesterday afternoon. earnestly requested. I propose to Hotel Indian River, Rookledge, Is expected

Reading notice ads. are ten cents so, send It along. stable In that of J. M. Osban & Bro There was quite a crowd present, and all make a thorough canvass of the county at Rockledpre shortly to see to tbe
gr While their business not nil that couldbe In the course of the next few weeks but needs of his property. Recently a boy
bad
a good time.
' line on this page. WANT ED-A first-class mechanic for desired at present. baa each Individual can greatly assist by was born to Mr. and Ira. A. J.. Marsh, at

-Mr. R. J.. Motlow, of this place, was boat work. State terms and experience. of prosperity during tbe every coming prospect -!Mr. and Mrs. R R. McCormick, of sending me a line saying what they or Watch Hill, It. I.
Intor! In Cocoa the first of the week. Applt Indian River Boat. and Launch winter Cocoanut Grove who have been spending their neighbors will have for show.
season. A. 8. Loomls chief olerk of the Hotel
Co., Saint Lucie, Fla. I the past three months In Newfoundland The county Is large and difficult to !got ,
-Mr. Geo. W. Sooble Jr., returned to -Mr. L. W. Halle of the Geo. W. Mrs. J. n. Pope, of Miami, formerly and at Quebec, Canada are now at over thoroughly; so that. thfl! need of Alcazar, arrived In Jucksonville on the
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ant Monday, after spending govern! Miss Florence of Titus Clyde ship on Wednesday. Mr. Loomis
Vanlandingham
; 220 North Fifth Street Philadelphia.Mr. above policy lea parent.
Scoble fish business at this place left
will few weeks and huntIng
Jn ltusvllle.Mrs. ville was a southbound Tues spend a fishing -
ys td passenger In a few days I shall send out several
for Vero where he
Tuesday, expected Jefferson tIle famous the of the Alcazar
Joseph to
prior opening
day route home from visit her ,
en to
and children whoie a hundred circular letters and with them
- E. B. Wager the branch house at that
reopen point. sister In St. Augustine and the home of actor, met with great success during his Ht St. Augustine on November :30..
been spending a month or so In will send a supply of tags for putting on
-annah, returned to Tltusville last -Col. G. W. M. Williams, of tbe law her husband's! parents In Georgia recent visit to Boston, the Colonial theatre boxes or packages of any kind. Any Alterations and. repair to the Florida

urday. firm of Penney & Williams, Miami, wasa Messrs. John R. Tltusville where he performed being packednightly. one can have all they want of these by House St. Augustine are nearly finish-
Walker ; He went to<< Chicago, after fulfilling
passenger on Wednesday's northboundtrain ; writing me a card. Duet be bashful' ed and that. hotel will for the coming
John C. Jones K. A. open
Quay; Crinkling:, his In Boston.Mr. .
-Mr. J. E. Andrews, of Fort Pierce, en route to Jacksonville on legal engagement:
Tlllmau; J. F. Hell, White City; members about this, anything you have will be : season sometime next week. Manager -
v a passenger on the Clyde with steamship the Ira business.Mrs. of the Board of County Commissioners T. B. Wilson and sister, Miss of use and will be appreciated and used Hayden has already booked upward

ache, when Charleston it collded last week. E. E. Rollins and Mrs. L. C. have been busily engaged, this Jeannette Wilson, who have been In for all It Is worth and full credit.given the of llfty people, and he has a large demand

ds near Branning, of this place, who have been week In revising the registration lists, Derby, Conn., for some time past, are exhlbher. Most people think because for table board.A .

-There will be a regular meeting of spending the summer In Ilendersonville, preparing the ballot boxes, and other passengers on the Clyde steamship Algonquin they may not have a great deal that they lar//("force of men employed by: the
Friendship Chapter No. 11, Order of N. C., and Savannah, Ga., returned homeon business connected with the coming: ; en route to Jacksonville, from have nothing. They forget that In the Florida Kant Coast Railway In Miami
.tern Star I:! on Tuesday evening: next Tuesday. general election. New Yoik. They aro expected to arriveIn aggregate/ of little things Is containedthe this week, at work painting the RoyalPalm
7110: p. m. sharp. A full attendance Tltusville on Monday. germ of great things./
-Dr. J. M. Dixon, Mayor of Titusville -Col. W. G. Wlnans, a former popular Send a postal card to H. E. Stock Hotel. Mr Fiagler Is certainly a
equested.
who has spent the past three weeks in resident of Titusvlllo, who ban been with States Attorney James D. Began, of bridge, Lake City, Fla., for a premiumlist. patron of paint as well as of art and the
-Mr. R. W. Rhodes, proprietor of the Jacksonville, returned home on Tuesday Mr. C. Powers In the management of the Orlando, arrived Tltusville on Wednesday You may want to enter for some tourists never roe a shabby building In
n'le Clothing Store, Titusville, who The Doctor added fifteen pounds to his Aragon: hotel, Jacksonville, for the'past and I was engaged, yesterday In one of the premiums. If you do and get. Mr. Flagler's domain. The hotels at
i been on a business trip to New York, avordupois while In Jacksonville. few months, wax a guest of the Sembler looking after the Interests of the State It, It. Is yours. I will have a oar going Nassau will also be repainted.The .
ying his fall and winter stock of goods, cottage Tltusville, on Saturday and Sun In the case of Ben Watson, Lulu Smith kinds
about November 8th, filled with all Ocean View Hotel Ht. Augustine,
-Mr. W. H. Hall, of Bradentown. son andwife.
Albert and William Skinner
Willis /
urned to Tltusville on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. K.: VV. Hall, of this place, day. He was on bin way to West Palm of things. I will go with this car Will will be altered and enlarged before the
charged with the murder of thenegro
LL.AT F. TAYLOR'S" PHOTO- accompanied by his wife and child, are Beach, where he will be Interested In stop all along the railroad. Let me opening of the coming season. Last season
rapbio Gallery, Tltusville, and< see expected to move to. Titusville about the the management of a hotel during the i wO'lIlnd4 Wells know what you will have for It Full the owner, Air. W. 8. M. Plnkbam,

>ts samples of Photographs. Fla h- first ot November, to reside permanently. coming winter season. -The establishment of the post- notice later In the papers. Packagesfree tried the experiment of running tbe hotel '

ights; by appointment at any time When Mr. Mason U. Clark, the M array street office ar. Eldred makes ijultu a change In I by express up to 1.>(0 pounds, when as an apartment house. lie sucoeodel I
\lways something-. C3T" answering advertisementsIn New York, commission merchant, whoIs the[ address old time Ankonltes. The I addressed to me. Write for tags or further In getting a very satisfactory patron-
these columns, you would confer a who readers of the particulars. Remember ho ditto and Is making arrangements; to consort -
-Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins and traveling tbe Stale in the Interest of following parties are I age: ,
favor by saying you saw the advt. in the November llth to 14th. the hotel Into first-class apartment
. and Richard Robbins his house, was a pleasant caller In this ADVOCATE, have had their mall a
deters George EAST COAST ADVOCATB.
the two three By so doing office on Tuesday. Mr. Clark Is a genial changed from Ankona to Idl'ed' : LenaM. Very truly yours, house, believing the coming season will

well at Point friends all over Florida. Ills) advertisement H. Ankrney, C. S. Baliney, W. 11, Robin Commissioner for Brevard county.
on I of the North, as as All the Seabro Re hotels wilt be Under
swell, Nf C., returned to fitusvllle on N. M O Elgin, of Atlanta, Ga., will appear In I those columns In a son and C. S:: Mooie.Mr. I new management the Doming season.

I urday. representing: Wiggins Directory Co., of few weuks. He Is bidding for share of Augustus Pltou, Sr., who recently THE APACHE WRECKED. The Colonnades hits been leased by a
Columbus Ohio caller the bean and
was a pleasant at orange: crops.
underwent an operation for the removal well-known firm of St. Augustine hotelmen
'Rowe children's
-Miss Nenee gave a this office on Monday. )Ir. Elgin Is get:
Monday afternoon. Thisice -San Mateo will cross bats with the of a very painful carbuncle Is who will run It during the season
icing business of Florida
party
ended the and after a two ting up a directory TltUHvllle Baseball Club on the home now all right: again. Tbe operation was The Clyde Line steamship Apache, of 11)02-3.) : : The Clarendon Inn will also
season, and has just finished the of
territory
grounds next ( performed, by Dr. E. Elliott Harris, at Capt. Bearse, bound from Jacksonvilleto be In hand the having
eks vacation and rest Miss Rowe will the East Coast of Florida.Dr. Monday, at 0 a. m. The new coming season, -
down the East Coast where she has visiting team la said to be composed of the residence of Mr. Pltou, 67 West 75th New YOlk, was run Into and badly been leased by Dr. Potter, who, with
Mgements: for several months. Misswe S. W. Carroll has sold his sorrel some "crack-o-jack" ball players, and street, New York. Mr. Pltou has a fine damaged at :2M: ( o'clock, last Thursday his bride, has recently returned from the
Is a successful and popular horse to Mr. R. A. Crinkling, of Tillman. will doubtless put our boys on their met residence and orange grove at hobo morning in a collision with the Irorjuols, North. Extensive Improvements and
char, and very her services are In constant While In town, ftlr. Conkllog, county tle. Ten per cent of tbe proceeds will Sound where lie will spend several under command of Capt, Cblchester, additions are being made, and the house :
nand.-Green Cove Spring. commissioner from the 3rd district, also go towards purchasiug an organ for the weeks this winter. which was bound south will be thoroughly renovated and repii-
purchased a new wagon from our black- ntusvllle public school. Everybody The accident occurred five miles north pared throughout. The Breakers was
Che ADVOCATE Is In receipt of an ex- smith and wheelwright, Mr.\ R. E. Mlms, should attend. and thus help both the -lion. C. T. McCarty, of Eldred, was west of Charleston, In the harbor, and recently leased by W. I.. Bain, .a well-
lent photo of the Home Fishery, at jr., and will drive through the countryto baseball boys and our public school. a visitor In Titusville from Wednesday one and a half miles from Fort Hum tor, known hotel man of Florida and Georgia,
men, owned and operated by R. K. his home. until! Thursday. Mr. McCarty Is now and Jmt off Sullivan's Island. where he hail .a summer hotel at Tallulah
ou & Sons The photo not only gives; -Capt. James Prltchard. manager: of engaged: In securing exhibit from Bre- The Apache was struck by the Iroquois Falls the .
ood view of the tishhouse wharf, nets After a long period of consideration by the Indian River Hand, Tltusville, has vard county for the Htate Fair and will head on, staving a twenty foot hole In past season
I fishboats of the above firm, but also the faculty and trustees of Itolllns College signed a contract with tbe managementof visit suctions of the county. In another tbe port side, about fifty feet from the Alterations are progressing In the Hotel
. Rlcou's residence. We have placed Winter Park, fin., the weekly holiday the Florida State .'alr. by which TI- I column we publish. communication "- bow, and extending far below the waterline Aloazar !Ht.: Augustine, so satisfactorily -
imong our photo collection, and re- ban been changed from Saturdayuntil tusvllle's band has been engaged to fur- I from Mr. McCarty to tIle people) of thus illllin the foreliold with water. that. there is no doubt that everything -
i n thanks to the donors. Monday. This is being adopted by nish the music on the fair grounds at Brevard county, relative to the State When the Iiouuola, struck the Apache will be readiness I for the opening
many Institutions with uniform satisfaction I.ake[ City, during the fair, from Novem- fair and the Urevard county exhibit.: the crash was heard! for many miles. the latter part of next month. The
-The United States and West Indian as to the result. The studentslike ber 11th to llth. Inclusive. This. Uquite : Our people should give him every aid. Amid all the excitement attending. : such workmen are now engaged! In constructing -

ilroad Company has finally decided to the holiday better on Monday thanon an honor for the Tltusville band, and Major and Mrs F. 1\1. Taylor an accident Capt. Bearse never fora moment the bridge across Cordova street,
''HB the Manatee river at Manatee. Af- Saturday.The shows the esteem In which It Is held this week In hearing that Mrs.I'aylor's rejoiced -. !lost his self posscsMlon. With per which will connect the Aloazar with Its
passing: through the town of Manatee throughout the Htate. The band the Cordova This will be -
Is fect coolness he ordered his men to look annex, a covered
friends of Mr. and Mrs.L. brother Major George L. R.
) route will run directly south to Saraa -' many practicing{ nightly so as to be In excellent head after the safety of the pansnngor, and passageway of ample width for the
thence on to Boca Grand, the deepter A. Brady, of this place, will rejoiceto trim for the occasion, and will leave hereon Brown, U. S. A., just' been promotedto steered the rapidly filling Apache on the accommodation of guests of the Cordova.
learn that there little Parkhurst Lt. Colonel and was at Magasukl
> harbor the west coast, sixty-live son, Nov. 10th.General / sand Hats, where she sank la twenty feet No meals will be served In the annex,
who has been at the of death Japan his home from the Phi 111'lnes
des lying point on way
south of Manatee. The building of water. but large number of rooms have been
with and stomach trouble, Abe Sawyer tile smallestman > whore he has been stationed the
this road will\ open up and develop a pneumonia The bow of the Iroquois was also badly fitted up In suites and with baths, mak
that during the past two weeks, at the home In the United :States: living at Key past :year and a half Colonel Brown
gd and fine section of the country tovein down to the water line. ing living In the Cordova very desirable
heretofore because ofor of Mrs. Brady's aunt In East Boston, has West, was a passenger on !Saturday's:: was In command of Santiago: Cuba after
*; been held back The cause of the collision Is alleged to The Hotel Alcazar will open for the season -
' so far recovered as to be out of danger.Mr. northbound train en route to Jackson its surrender, an Colonel of the 4th Ten-
transportation.The I and Mrs. Brady have been constantlywith ville. General Sawyer Is 3d: Inches In nessee, and was returned there again In be due to a misunderstanding of the I Isignal. on November iftith.

- following refers to Mr If. II. the little. sufferer, who has also been height, weighs about 00 pounds, Is more command, ss Major of the 10th U. H.nfantrv. ).. Henry: Uadilovk the owner and builder
rpenter, until lately of Tltusville: I attended by two trained nurses. Four than 40 years of age; and Is as jolly a after the 4th Tennessee had nf the new Palm Beach hotel at I'alm
(Ir. Van R. Carpenter, eldest son of doctors have also been In attendance young man as can be found in Florida. been mustered out. He has had a very i PRELIMINARY TRIAL. Reach, Fla., has sold the entire proper
s. S. V. R. Carpenter, of Cocoanut and everything has been done for the To an ADVOCATE: representative General active career, serving against Indians In ty to Mr. H. 8. Stevens, proprietor of the ,
'eve, who has been globe trotting for little boy's relief. From Thursday of Sawyer said that be had just visited Ml Arizona and Dakota, and Inthe Spanish- Hotel Empire New York. Associatedwith
< last twenty years, has come home toy last week uutll Sunday, the boy was so 'ami, where he was most cordially recelved American war, and his promotion Is well Dr. Ii. K. Wilson 'as Justice of the Mr. Stevens In the enterprise Is Mr.
' to the delight of" his mother and low that life was hardly susceptible, and and entertained. The General U a deserved. Peace, held a speolal term of court at the W. H. Ormes, an experienced: hotel man

tors. Mr. Carpenter has been well'r death was hourly expectected, but on minister of the Gospel, and while In FLANNEL SUITS $.&,611 TO 8.CO. Court House to give.a preliminary hear who Is well known both east and west t'
the world and being a most Inter- Monday he rallied and each day since he Miami he preached In tbe Methodist log to the five prisoners held for tbe and who will\ have the active management
Former rt.fiO! to fU.UO<> at
log: conversationist, he Is entertaining has shown a marked Improvement. Mr. church, taking his text, "God Is Love," prices $ ; murderof the colored woman, Ada Wells, of the hotel la charge. The Palm
< family and their friends with scenes and Mrs. Brady will return to Titusville which he handled In a thorough and Intelligent Rhodes. on the eight of August 2
I Incidents of his travels."-Miami as soon a* It is safe to move their son. manner After delivering: a few convened at D i .. m.. Thurday. Tbe fol and Is a commodious establishment with
tropolls.'M \ lectures In Jacksonville, General Sawyer Furnished house for Itent. lowing I are now In auttntlt.- charged with accommodations for five hundred people.
RHODES SELLS THE BATES SCHOOLshoe expects to go to Lake City to be present murder,In the first degree;, ? Lulu Smith, The number of room. for guests Is three
the best and strongest sold and at the Florida State. Fair.Gardner'lI Albert Willis, lien Watson Will Skinner hundred, and fifty of them "
''' >ty Sugar and nice Barrels. girls' shoe on the market,all and A seven-room bouse, 'five rooms completely and his wife, Bell Skinner. F. J. Webb batbs connected. The hotel, which was

indestructible linings. > furnished, for rent until spring. and I->. L. Gaulden are defending Bon only completed last February, has .a very
?or sale. Address, Flyers. Address, "w. XI": Watson, and F. J. Webb Is also defending (Ins location on Lake Worth with a

WALTER A. MOOHB, Large Schooner for Sale. Care ADVOCATE Tltusville. Albert Willis. O. A. Frost was. assigned frontage ou the water of 220 feet. Mr.
8 George St., Charleston S. C. 'Have a Look"clothes baskets f .05 by the court to defend Lulu Smith, Orme. states that the Palm Beach Hotel

"Uwanta" floor broom .:1 15; Orange Iloxes. Will Hklnner and Bell Skinner Judge will be operated on the American plan at
IIlrd and Animals Wanted. The two masted schooner "Sunny "Uneeda" gold band berry set, 1.05 Beggs Is here to prosecute The State moderate rates, vii: ':l a day and upwards t
South, completely overhauled, repainted, Korce" brown cotton, ISyds! l.OO has already examined IS witnesses. Up suites with baths extra. Palm
' new rigging and new suit of sails. "Sunny" Jim gasoline ntov. 3.K5' Write for prices on orange boxen. solid to the time of going to press the trial was Bench Is In many respects the most delightful -

Ranted mals. Plume" kind and of Florida Birds Wild and EAST COAST LUMBER fc SUPPLY Co. "In er seal" calico. . .M leads' and pin sides In carload lots. still !going on. and unique winter resort In I
Song Eau Gallle,.Fla. Prices are right.; America and there are hundreds and
I irator.. Address C. A. GAUDXEK! : Tltusville, Fla.
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EAST COAST LI-MUKH: & SUPPLY Co. thousands of people residing: In the North
WHITNEY'S' ALLIGATOR FARM Two Fine Lots l'or Hale.
''**17 Fla., Hare You Any Ken Estate For Eau Gallie, Fla. who would like to visit It, but are possibly
St. Augustine !
Notice. -
prevented from doing so by the high

Sale ? High Oracle An lie*. Two fine 10-aers lots Ijtngon: Indian prices which necessarily prevail at the
Houseboat Wanted. As there seems to prevail among some River, :'J miles south of Fort Pierce, on a larger and more fashionable hotels.
I am Just getting out my winter lists of my patrons of the East Coast that Iam good shell road. Each lot has :iQO feet When It Is once known that room with

ranted to charter on Indian River a of Improved and unimproved properties In the north on vacation, etc. I take For growing fruit and vegetables, noth- river frontage. High bluff,covered with board may be had a.t. so low a price as
laeboat, for the months, of January or for sale. Special attention given to properties this means of advising my patrons that Iam. ng equals our clean Dry Ashes. Potali, palms and hardwood; timber Good for three dollars a day, many people will
IrUary. Send full and between Sebastian JMver and tbe as per card In ADVOOATX, still In actual, guaranteed, 5 to 7 per cent. For oranges, grapefruit, tangerines and pine visit Palm Beach who bare not heretofore
ce Per month to particulars south Hide of the St. Lucle River.If West Palm Beach, and will\ continue all close prices, write toG apples. No better location on the river felt they could afford It. Mr. Orm,,s
FISHER AMES/R. you have anything to list call 04 or the summer and winter. II. Cirri! fe Co., at any price. '1OOO.OO for each lot. has. opened book I nil office for the Palm
Youth's : Building, address: C. T. McCAwir, F. II. HoteiiTox, West Palm Beach, Fla : C. T. MCCARTY, Beach hotel at tbe Victoria lintel r'lftUavenue

Companion Boston, Mass., ldred, Fla. {Vest Palm Beach, Fla., Sept. :2: IWJ2, 21110 Or Atlanta, Ga. Ankona, Fla. and 27th street New Yurk. I ,

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f ': fl', ;ILI: ,: : noon reported that the attack ban better sticks and stones. ------- ---- --- GENERAL-DIRECTORY,


;1! I. JAILlN be delayed until the morning of the The valor of the Federals who s / 17. 8. LAND OFF ''I i

ptro\ 30th. With this In view he called back charged Jackson was matched by H.S. ('Chubb.. ......... .
assailed W, O. Robinson..... 't'
Lougstrect's veterans who( 4
11 i cf PXe5dl his advance lines and went Into biv Offices at Gainesville "K w
Ne 1\ Pope. It was the Eighteenth Georgia
: o ouac.When regiment which' met D ryee's zouaves. I U.S. SENATOR
I. gmmvt5j1 Pope saw that Longstreet'atroopa 3. Y .rallaferro. ... .. .... ,
were falling back he telegraphed The Georgians swept on over the pros- &I H.: 1C Mallory .... .. .. .. n6
i
J
ao51NSSI to Washington that be bad scored -r I 1 U. S. CONGRESHvi a

: rftl a victory and the Confederates were Robert W. Davis,.... .. .

[.X Dcqlan ceQd.I retreating. Tbe day bad opened with a A il a.M.Sp.r..mao.: .... ... ''l..

li. '. I I At+ttt'jh similar retreat on the part of Jackson FLORIDA LKGIS1.A S"i

Msr !but his retreat only went as far as theco.er E.N. Plmlck,Palm Bunch +
'I : / / K. li. Kaulerson Fort "I..rce. nnr
of the railroad cut. But If Pope a / .

I was' In a fog as to what the Confederates r EXECUTIVE DEPAKI, M i
Wm. 8. .
were doing the case was no j' a / H. Clay Crawford.. ... g,
clearer across the lines. Longstreet I James. K. Whitfleld. .
I Wm. H tamer.. .... .. A 1r
: I and Lee supposed that Tope was actually s W. N.Bheatu..... .. ....Supt.ru: son

maneuvering to fall back to Wash. H. E. McLiu.. ..., ...Comniissli '
A Ion., C. {Groom.... 'I M
; ington along the Warrenton pike I Ir 3.ClnyordIt.Fueler... Ail, ;P
r ,, aRl.I which blsect 1 the field of operations. a John Bradford< ,,. .. .. .... Bur,
R. E. Russ..... .... Yt! eau
In the
factors Eta
There were two preliminary Offices at Tallahassee, F .' h
j movements at Bull Run ,
.' s
SUPREME COURT Jl\'in....'

\ which the leaders on both sides didn'ttake M. H. Mabry ....... .... .. < ,e
1 Y, Into account until the plans of / a / F. M.Carter.. .. ...... . Ass lunil'niu
iI.Oc.. G / % / ... .. .. .. IVrtvi
,! II, I IY both had beeu upset. Tope didn't knowof a lilt. H.F.Taylor .

the coming of Longstreet and Lee 4 / I f' RAILROAD COMMISShti.ae: : !

r l UPope's and Longstrwt knew nothing of Flta- H. E. Pay chairman.... .
J.v
I Fight / / !k I. I.. Morgan.... .., .. an 1
John Porter's Federal corps off on the J. III.Bry an.......... ...... hnlu,
flank of Longstreet. These new factors I I I I John L. Neeley)Jr., clnrk.Headquarters .
and offices at Tan"
>
made the fighting: of Aug. 30 Irregular f a Pill
? 0 /5/ /5' CIRCUIT COURT

At Bull Run bloody and for the most part f Minor S.Jones Tltusville l", ,

useless for the Federal army. Well atri J. U. Begirs.'perm-Fourth Orlando .Proncrui' ions l
Vrl'
Spring Mondm : '
would It have been for Pope had he Fall firm-Fourth Mondny II 1 mlt |
y 'O'O done what Lee and
Longstrect supposed BREVARD COXiATY C'.I' \1(1

be would do the night of Aug. changed the money terms to all I had A. D.Penney.......... ..... i.. luj,(

: (Copyright.' (0::!, by Q. L. Kilmer. 2i. retreated to Washington lie would NOTHING RISK, won." James E. Andrews...... Pronecm' vtix t,",
A.A. Stewart' ...... .. .... .. i
# / "And two had the to : ,
the buttle of Second have saved his army and bad another you assurance Spring Term_Second Mondav OJ Hey'

{ PLAIXLY or MJ uii SHU s, on Aug. chance at Lee. / NOTHING GAIN gamble for my favor" Bummer Term-Second Mon
;\\I), 1SC2.; was not fought Longstr t'. entrance Into the decisive "You told me before I began to play Fall Winter Terra Term-Second-Second Momlny Moudu Ir) ",''If (.ebnwg mtw, I

ufcortliiig to iJau by either ar fighting of Second Hull Hun was poker at all. 'If you take no risk in COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD

hkt my. Battles rarely are fought as on Aug. 30. It was sudden and dramatic [Original. life you will win no great prize'" R. E. Mlms, 8ul'ertntendent.lvnaveDt1ol/

1i planned although the gpnernl ure usually and It took years of comparing Reginald Emory at twenty-three had The girl sat thinking. !Members I J. M. Dixon,halrniur" Tltmtii I
marked "Reginald." she said at last "I am R. N. Andrews Cocoa; C. P. 1'latu V rtll,",|
out tbe
reluctant to admit the fact notes to settle the exact time and man course of his life dis-

The pivot upon which the battlo ner of It. The celebrated case of Fltz- tinctly. He hud studied his professionIn not sure whether I have acted wiselyIn COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

1 turned wna Stonewall Jacknon'8 corps. John Porter, one of the most noted In a country town where be would not endeavoring to Introduce more J. R. Walker chairman Tltiisviu. ,?_?

The morning of Aug.! 20 Jackson found the of courts martial turned chance taking Into your nature, but Mint Indlanola. A. tinkling, Tllli.,im.iiit, <:
history be diverted from his purpose by the C. Jones, WoodleyJ.; Frank bull Mlnietell) ::
+ his column cut off from the main body upon the arrival and participation of Influences of city life and now proposed this I know-there are great possibilities Regular sessions are held first MuiiUum sJ

of Confederate forces The road between Longstreet lint day. "DON'T SHOOT!I" In you. For fear that some silly month
to become a part of a small community BREVARD COUNTY OF.'lnJ8.:
wreck them I will take
: Lira and Longstroct'a command, As a finishing,: blow to Jackson! Pope trate zouaves and charged throughtwo where his Identity would not woman may A. D. Penney, Tittmvllle: ( "lint) Jd
with which Leo was inarching lay In late the 30th of August ordered Porter Federal batteries being held up charge of them myself. Restore Howard _.. E. Andrew Tltusville/ } '"''IS An I Ii
be lost lie would thus have every Blakely's fortune I will see that A. A. Stewart Tltusullle, i I' I..lCkrl
q the hands of the enemy. He gave up to attack the right flank of Jackson'sline :
1' at last bit two of Porter's regiments. opportunity to acquire distinction. J. F. Wooten Cocoa. ,. . Tax Awe,ITui
trying to march to meet Loufjstreet at the railway. Two divisions of Night ended the battle the 30th and I hereafter you do cot swerve from that K. W. 1111.Tltusville.... .. '"olltciltntntil d
Reginald spent tbe summer before which have marked out F. H. Ro eTItu>vllle..... ,
purpose
you >
hunted Longstrcet
and cover.
literally moved the leaving
Porter eta charge, / then for the first time Lee thought of
entering on the practice of the law at for R. E. Mlms, Honaventnre. Sept full.lug
was marching from the west to unite the extreme left unprotected except for cutting: Pope's army' off from Washington. jourself. J. O. Fries, Tl'nsvllle. Couuy Siirterl

f, ': with Jackson and Jackson'the day before the Federal battery of Hazlutt and his. Jackson gathered up his wounded Thistledown the country residence of *'I cannot restore a fortune I have J. I'. Brown Tlltisvllle,. ..... A lml
.
his uncle wtiere he met. other T.J. Cockshutt LaUranga R.I.I.a. .nOItitt( |
+ among not received but when it comes to meI
iI had been marching to the west.to supports the demlbrlgade of G. K.: and started forward to intercept
guests Marion Marlon was "
Blytbe. a shall decline to take It. TrrUSVILLE TOWN CO1''tLJ.
[ shorten the distance between his corps Warren. Warren had but 1,000 men. of the
Pope's<< retreat fit Cbnntllly, east
k M. E. :\Iml., mini,
dashing girl who. If she bad been born Reginald Emory went to small Ulxon.maym'l.R.: it
a
S ii 4j. and Longstt'vet's. Late on the 2Sth ho the Tenth :New York zouaves on the battlefield. But Tope" bad anticipatedthe and tax collector. w 8. Hrannlni. lork L|
f tf H stumbled Into a fight Which showed skirmish line and Duryee's zouaves attack on his road of retreat. a man, would have been more devoted country town as he had Intended to treasurer: Jobn Henry tax nsHii"'H liibn'|
to studying the points I O. F.Uurer S qrrlandingham h
of winning do and opened an office. Several Walker F.A. Morgan,
1 S that the Federal army under General guarding the battery. Porter and Wari I earny. the one-armed hero was at horses years I and J. L. Carrutiiers, uuncilm-l

1! John Pope was moving In strong columns ran supposed that the only foe in front Chautllly. .1s:nigbt/ came on the 1st of laid down on the turf than the principles after he married Marlon Blytbe and The council meets first Tuesday. In Pact toot f

( all around him. In fact the was the troopb of Jackson but Long- Scptfiubcr both sides bad planned an by Blackstone. Reginaldfell every one said that such a woman I TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TRADE:

1 r4 morning of Aug. 20 Jackson was In a street was there with 30,000 fresh men. attack nest: day. Kearny rode out though desperately she did In love with her, and bred to city life would wreck his Career O. M. Robbing, president; .,. M "lx'''no trrJ
not reveal her
preference wltb country people. Marion bow- Ttlevt ,' If
O. Bast
urer.J. ,
them in wide circuit secretary.
lie a
e trap. brought on the lines.
alone reconnoiter
to enemy's
'' for him he at times felt 'sure she ever showed rare tact and after several : nesday night In each month at tlieli ..VuWI.I .
For two days Jackson had "felt" the striking' Porter's flank. Urlng challenged by a Confederatepicket
t loved him.Reasons. acts of kindness she became a I FREE AND ACCEPTED JlI.\OX! !!
h + ; + Federals on the went of his line but Suddenly this new enemy dashed up- lie answered "Don't shoot!
: of convenience however had great favorite with her country neigh Indian River ZxMlge, No.00, holds t ,iifetfoil
the 20th they appeared to be massed on the Tenth New York which fell wheeled his horse about and at that seemed to determine Marlon's the ....eon.IILOII fourth Friday etenliiLt ul &]

< s ; ,,1' on tbe east of him and to tbe cast he back across the front of Duryee's line Instant was struck by a bullet which She had been future. bors. The pair managed to save a lit month at their lodge room Indian Kherlwf 1
brought to wealth. o'clock J. R. walker W r1F.
up tle money which they risked In various at 7:3d p. m.
c' vi: faced. All Jackson wanted was to be masking Its fire. Warren told\ Hazlett
ended his brave career. but her father had died insolvent Her .A. Morgan, 8eo'r.ORDER .
with such skill
ventures that became
k t let alone until Longstreet arrived on of the danger to his and ordered they
(+ guns Jackson made no attack and Pope'sarmy mother had planned for her to OF EASTERN STAR. t

,. 'the field. The better to keep the enemy Duryee's men to retreat but this last I marched on to Washington, having rich man. Indeed, It had been marrya arranged very rich Reginald was called Friendship Chapter No. 11, holds. its uuetltj .

h4 at arm's length ho formed his soldiers order was not heard on the line for the : lost all but honor. to occupy positions of Importance In In the MasonloLodge room, Tlttnvllla I DiU
/ that Howard Blakely. tbe estimated the state and afterward In the general aret'fueadav; In each month at3:30oblekpssad : |
4 behind an Unfinished railroad embankment soldiers bad already begun to shoot at GEORGE L. KIL EIt. owner of half a million,'should government. The the third Tuesday In each immth at i
it t which extended northeast and the swarming Confederates. Meanwhile -. marriage turned out o'clock p. m. The following are the ,Stint
historic Warren meet her at Thistledown for the purpose to be In every respect( a fortunate the loiiire: Mrs. O.M.itobbinsworthy niiini\ ''
southwest across the Hazlett took his guns away and Beautiful Complexions Mr. B.II
of becoming her husband. lie Dr. H. R. Wilson, worthy patron
t 1, ton pike on the western borders of tbe what was left of Duryee's gallant band Are spoiled by using any kind of prep- possessed one trait In common wIt!, mutch !U R.\11 E.UtL TWEED. Wilson associate matron; Mr. F ,A.,MitpJtreaiurer I,,

11 *2 old battlefield of 1801. It-treated. Hut in making that brief eratlon that fills the of the skin. ; Mrs. R. C. Hcrlmireoiir eTOtt.-f
i ; pores Marlon-he-was devoted to those sportsIn Do You Want To Yawn Miss. K Stewart" oonduotiens. Mf JEt (
?
t al At the beginning of the two days' stand the zouaves met with a loss In The best way to secure a clear complexIon which Hughes. UKHixjIatfl. rnnilurtrenn. Mn R WPMr.
f Is
{ r aim of merely to free from sallowneiw pimples money lost and won The Feel cold In the Aitah ; Mrs. J. R. Walker' Kuth Mr-.F i
r, battle the Tope was killed unparalleled In the whole war. shivering$ aching '. Minli
I. ( Cnnruthi
young men at Thistledown did not Morgan Esther; 1111''' J.
ilr destroy Jackson who had recklessly There were 3 officers and 83 men killed blotches, ero..ls to keep the,liver in good to boned, lack of energy, headache and Ira. T. T. Wetibore, :Marshal! ; Mica bn*l h

y been exposed to the whole Federal ar outright and 7 officers and 103 men order. An occasional dose of Heibloe scruple piny poker in the drawingroom great rHprenHion These symptoms;" Stewart Klecta.:
will keep tbe disease the bowels regular' after the ladles bad retired to be followed by violent headache high
my. Jackson's Dim was to hold his wounded. Of the wounded 33 died on
t. the liver, and soestablUh a clear healthy their rooms and some of the latter oc- fever, extreme nervousness a condition
f(), i ground until help came and the aim of The field making a total death roll of complexion. 500., Wilson & Son. casionally remained to watch the known_ an inal.uln. Heroine cures It. Application for Tax HeelNOTIt'E \.

t i Lee and LonRHtroct was to succor 119. game. Gambling In any form was not Take before t lie dlaeiitio gets: a fair hold, ,
Jackson. The ball opened on the 20th match forLongstroet's IH' HEREBY UIVFV 'nuT,, !.!
Ptfrter'u column was no
though It will\( work In
in accordance a cine stage.
British with any
( Captious papers are respect. Reginald's plans. ,urch..iM-rnf Tax", I'enlHuiAU ,
I with a fierce artillery duel. Pope wanted being outnumbered two fully Informed that the Monroe doctrine and he resolutely kept aloof J. A. Hopkins Manchester, Kas, writes: dr.taa|tli of Jolt: lre' :Pt"I 1
to shell JackRon'a men out of their to one but the main resistance to "I have used your great medicine Iler- ttl;, \ e rdafn : w-t
has nothing whatever to do with "Reginald. said Marion CTie evening for several made application fur fax de..r ti '.,1Ie I.M|
stronghold. but Jackson had plenty of Lon IItreet cnuie from thnt corps and blue years. There Is nothing 1Ib
when both laiu> Sold. certificate"
were watching the players cor< e with law. yft
F guns and ammunition. While the gunners the verdict of history Is that Porter the ease of Itoumaula and the Jews. "why don't take bund?" better for malaria chills and fever the following described. l'rt'lert .ltllat'| | ;j|

I ? worked away at long range Pope saved Pope's from annihilation. The attitude of the United States In you a headache, biliousness and fora blood. Krevard County, Florida, to wit fart Lon 1,
army Trm
"I never gamble. lid. :McCall. Sec IS
purifying tonic there Is 8. by Hrlttand N by .
.5 n Cs tried to find a weak spot In Stonewall's Supposing; still\ that he had Jackson the latter question as voiced by Secretary "If take'no risk In 50o nothing as ship 17 S., Range 4O K. The. said\ant" "Inf..
;you life you will good: a B. K. A Son's. edN.
t ; ( uch
eased the late of the issuance n
at
line lie thought he saw It on the Confederate alone and surrounded I'ope continued Hay's note to tbe European pow win no great prize.,. There should be a cate in the name of Wni. Gore. l'1I1..lI&Id.. ..]

I (, left but! when his Infantry till day the 30th to hurl his soldiers ers Is based upon a much older doctrine leaven of chance taking In a man's na tiflcate shall be redeemed. actiorilinit\ *-< law,, 't'
or V
d tried to rush the embankment there deed. will issue thereon on the 28th "slay |
It is "
s against the line on the railway than that of Monroe. It Is the ture. Proclamation of Election. loiter A. D. 1002. ,

t I ;, they were hurled back by artillery fire. no exaggeration: to say that the em- doctrine which makes It the duty of all Now Blakely was at the time bet Witness my ottlclal signature and teal tlilit25th 1
One point In tbe railroad embankment bankment behind which Jackson'smen day of September A. D. l'>'!.
who have power to listen to( the appeals ting high and losing with admirable SECTION [S-al.) A A STEM' ART.
1. OF ARTICLE: I ,
was Impregnable. This was a vomited bullets In ceaseless Clerk .1'ri
lay a good nature. WHEREAS Circuit Court Bre ard County
t from whatever land they Reginald felt that he ii(! j.. of the Town of Titus.
long deep cut where the banks were stream. Again and again the Federals may was overshadowed In Marion's good villa :require::: the Mayor of said town to

1 4 steep on both sides. The cut was resolutely I I charged up to the railway cut ns (ire- come. graces by the man's especial proclivity Issue. or a i'roelamatlun town,' officer calling; Now.for ttieretore an annual I election ,,J. Notice for Publication. -

attacked by the Fleral.brlgadl( ver's brigade had done the day before.Qnmottmno and It fretted him. "Give me $10 Marion Dixon, Mayor of the Town of Titunville.

led by General Cuvler Grover about .h",. onl.lloro fnmrht, with As the veterans of the Grand Armyof In chips" be said to the issue this, my Proclamation,calling for an annual I DEP4RTII-: ;;;;:;;OF TilE J"rF.RloR" J
banker and election to be held In the Council Chamberof ; LanJOmceatOslneevhleFla..Sapr.1 -*-' 'I\lt.\
the middle of the afternoon. With a the Republic, witness the grand was soon playing with the rest. IIIIhl town on the fourth MiiiiOur, the I' Notice Is hereby that the ' fireii |
p line of 1.KOO men Grover! marched LIGHT AND DARK, floral automobile parade at their national This was tbe beginning. The end 27TH DAY OF OCTOBER. A. D. 1902. namedsettler[ has tiled notice of hi; ,',16I1tion ,
down a geutle elope toward the track Washington it Ing was one night when all had make final proof In supiiort" of Ids '''''PlJJI
and sunshine and shadoware encampment drop ( I
Day night between 8 a. m., and Rundown p. m.,for the that said proof will be made before (lerk '"
s.7 and across an open. Not a shot was not more different from each other will doubtless occur to them'what a ped out of the game except Emory andBlakely of electing PUl'opoee I Court at Titnsirille Fla., on Nov lot t 11I"8',",, ''| I'
fired by the troops until close to the tbe One Mayor' large; D Denmark, of Tltusvilli I
healthful others
than from .
a a sickly woman. having to '
serious oversight It was on the part of gone a One Marnhal. and Collector! of Taxes. 26x13,for tbe SK\(01tloI3.! Tp 'I S! .R.M'He J
T'ens enemy In front of tho cut the'First The healthful woman carries light and falling to fete. Marlon had come down looking One Clerk ami Trea ntr. names tbe following. ;witness"V-.l"rJ1 I I
t South Carolina regiment had been lying sunshine with her wherever ihe goes. General Sherman In ( provide vel'Y'cbarmlug In evening lee Assessor of Taxes and continuous resilient. nnnn' and Cllllh'II'; 1
costume Tltnallk
,that form of transportation for his Two Aldermen' ""aid land, .11| : N. W. Koblnnnu "''t '
a in watt nil At the advance of The woman "
day. ready to go with the others but. see- And hereby appoint Harry. Wilson Samuel.1. Pls.win; ... of TltuavilieFit i 10.Se
Grover's men the Carolinians foil back who suffers army on Its long weary march from Ing Emory and Blakely over the cards Norton Ront. A. llobl>itt, fnftuectO'i of said Tuyler of aims. 1'1.1'1. C\ ROBINSn.. .ullll'Fh.
+ from ill-health election and Allla V. Oruher Clerk of the lame .. \V. O. "
Into the cut and waited for the Feder Atlanta to the sea. bad remained to watch them play. F ubb.fen 1i'i"'r I
paid.
r casts a shadow In testimony whereof,I have hereunto set my
als to come on. Graver's men leaped 1 yn:. on her own hap WHAT Emory had developed a remarkable In. haml and canned the seal of tbe town of Titus -

down the bunk and the First Massachunetts ', please and the YOU YOU ARErTAKI tultlve foresight, when to take risks Tllle to be affixed", Titusrllle Fla. this Sep.temiwr Notice.
,a : 3, A. D. ItHrJ.SEAL. .
,' F lined up In front of tho Palmetto j happiness of When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill and. though Marion was not aware of ( .) J. MARION DIXOV -

boys. others. She Tonic because the formula Is plainly It, a portion of lilnkely's fortune had Mayor CONCERNED TARE NOTICE TJJJ1

Beginning i with a rifle duel the cannot help it. printed on every bottle showing that It Is passed to Emory.' A1.... I'. Brown, M Sheriff and '1.<,('! ,I
I and In a tasteless .' F""
; struggle waxed closer until at lust the pm Those who auf- altngly$ Irou Quinine "That exhausts bank AdminlatratoroftlrsEt'tateef wrttlllJ
fer cannot fo.-m. So cure. No pay. fiOcts. my account"said Application for Tax Deed. deceased has filed his BU.ee" rion In I
1 assailants/ and defenders were only tenpaces .. Blakely after losing an enormous the Insolvency (If the estate of said dec0arTherefore _
"lt
K r apart and fought with swords, smile and sing. pot "but I have certificates showing a I .persona having..1..lm.IIjrI lid ,!
Til-health In woman is generally trace- It Is reported that beer sells for a a IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT F. R. estate are hereby required| to rmn" 1
pistols bayonets and clubbed muskets. deposit of $2iNjUOO In stocks NOTICE in 1before
aJJ able to disease of the delicate womanly This and bondsat purolaner of Tax Certificate. them properly authenticated mjf' _
dollar bottle Johannesburg.
Grover was finally driven back with n organism. Many women have been re- at my broker's." TT!>, dated the-'nil day of Jill. A. 1>. loon the 4th dav Kth ol oI depteuiber; A II.I r.I I
} i 1 1 loss of one-third of his command. The Is certainly calculated to stagger that "Never mind the has Bled old certificate In my office and has Ordered this : day
stored to happiness by the use of Dr. certificates replied made application for",,, deed. to Issue In accord- [Seal) A. D. FEeyEY; :
ht I p f Carolinians mustered but 283 men at Pi rce'l Favorite Prescription. It establishes portion of humanity that gets full of It. Emory. "Your word Is sufficient ai ce with law. Said certlflcat vmliraoes the lam-S7iuar Count) IOtl'fWA1'ITEDA

the beginning of tbe fight and lust 143 regularity dries weakenir( drains ." fallowing described" I'raperty.ltnate In Brevard
Florida, .
county to.wlti Lots,
S 44 +' S killed and wounded heals inflammation and ulceration and It Is apparent that we shall have to The night wore on. The men continued Lot 4, i-loo.' 3B. and Solicit 20 chain subdivision of Lot 1. Sec.of TRUSTWORTHY dE; .'

cures female weakness. It makes weak of Panama to the 30, Sections 35 and ail In Township: anuthof [ nilbll.ln..H.
p' It was about the hour of Graver's repulse post signs on the Isthmus play girl to look on. Blake In each coon ,nn..

from tho railroad cut that Longstreet's women strong sick women well. warning the revolutionists that they Ij's fortune passed Into Emory's bands land Range below 41 East....._containing el at the date 7H acres.or the The Issuance.said solid financial standing.. for an old A sera byMrherk. a I

"1 "feel It my duty to Inform you that I had till at last all of such rertlttmte In the name of Oeo. W. ChatMela. ) arWednesday
1. column put In an was lost. Blakely sat weekly cash salary ft 18(X) paid
appearance must off the '"
been a sufferer for many year from nervousness keep grass. Un Ie.. said certificate Khali be redeemed direct from I Iqimrte'l.
1 on the Hank of Jackson. All day during ..1h.1I its. svmptoms. and complicstlons.. like one In a. trance. The change from according to law, tax''' deed will issue thereon on Mot.ey with. all advanced expenses for e Ietl- ?III |
Y the march to Jackson writes. Mra.O. :of. Fisher. ofiMi Lexington Ave. affluence to poverty was so the lath di.. of October A, D. I'KU: ,349 Canton 71"!
appalling Chicago
k sine Long. New York. N. Y. "I wss. constantly going to Europe Is beginning to wake up to Witness my official signature and seal this the ager Bldg J,
SI "1kI i 1 street hud heard the nuns of the battle see a physician. or purchaatng: medicine for this the fact that the :Xfonroe doctrine like that he was benumbed by It. Finally 18th day of September A. D. liKU.' ,
1ff along the railroad. Fodoralaere or that complaint as my troubles became unbearable he arose and took Emory apart. There (Seal A. STEWART,
encountered lu the spring of 1!97 husband Improves
my other American Institutions, Circuit Court of Brevard County Fla.
L at every step Longxtrect induced me to try Dr Pierce's Favorite Pre- was a short conference, after which O. KIDNEY DISEASE!
u liy A.Stewart: 1), C.
scription. After taking one bottle and follow on acquaintance. the tn returned t o +.._ t bl_ W"I' __
butteries In
placed
-
position to nay
only hog your advice I was. wo encouraged that I took ;
hd'd;:;; I
'I I have them fired upon by I-VdoraU, and five more "bottlro of Favorite .,."plion' and lag each been dealt a drawn, Application '
tor
Tax
then I did. not take any more for several weeks. "Nothing: to arbitrate" In Pennsylvania. they showed their cards. Deed rill
::4, J. every show of Infantry force win met .. I felt so much better. but still I was not rose elsewhere.lie are the most fatal of
', ; by a similar display on the Yankee fltltlv tttrfit' I commenced taking it again andfait Nothing to burn Three kings, said Blakely.
side. Toward jilghtfull Jeb that was improving faster than at ant I "Full of tens" said Emory. XTOTICE Is HEREBY GIVES TH.\T C 1'. eases.FOLEY'S.
f Stuart'swatchful am not now cros' and irritable and I have a Great Truth. JL: I Lan.lnll. purchaser of Tax Csrtltlcate'o.
} cavalry brought word! to good color in my face, : have nlso Rained about Learned a Blakely arose and. with a melancholy 4.11. aerial. the 3rd nay of July A.11.ISHO.han CURE IsGuar:1tsd
I Longstreet that a largo force of Federals t,n pounds, in weight and .m* tJtoutamd of tornJort It Is said of John Wesley that he once adIeu. looking at Marlon but not filed said. certificate In my office and has made KIDNEY
for 1 am a new woman unce more" application for tax deed to Issne In accordance .
was marching ngulnwt his right The dealer who offers a substitute for said of Mistress Wesley : "'\lIy do you speaking to her left the room and the with law. Said certificate embrace. the follow : d Helll.er
tell that child the same thing over andover house. lag '' In Brevard
flunk. :
Finally Longstrvet :r1rilrotrr.t
gathered upI "Favorite Prescription does so to gain because county. : : 3, gmition 9. '
his. brigades and sent them after the the little more profit paid on the sale of again, ? "John Wesley" It is for "What was the subject of conversa- Township 37 South, R&nre 36d&'ir The salt refunded. Cent C,
scattered batteries and regiments of less meritorious medicines. Hit profit is once telling Is not enough. thou between you and Howard when land being assessed at the the i imance money
thla reason that you are told again of such certificate In the name of W. W.
same by
I the enemy, and there was I' general retreat your loss therefore accept no substitute. that Chamberlain Cough you withdrew from me? asked Mar Snell. Unless aaid certificate shall be redeemed remedies recognized
1>1'. Pierce's Common Sense Medical and again lon. according to law, tax deal will Issue bat
( ending at dark. Lee hud that It thereon on the
urged colds and grip: nent physicians as
Remedy cure the lltn d&yof November O. J
liwii.
Adviser- is sent jolt on receipt of "He propoeed to decide
stamps
Longstreet to attack everything Insight counteracts: any tendency of these diseases by one poker Witness toy official signature and seal this the Bladder ttoUb
fh but his lieutenant was cautious to pay expense of mailing only. send 31 to result in pneumonia and that it hand whether lie should give up all lath day of October A. O. t_. Kidney and c

A one-cent: stamps for the papef-covered and safe to take. For sale by pretentious to your hand against $10. t Mall A. STEWART PRICE so.:. and $1.00.
about rushing upon an unknown force book or 31 stamps for tbe cloth bound. Is pleasant Cleric Circuit Court of Brevarit Co., rfa.

I ','#; and after. _..esjifTlpcgia: of.the !after- Address Dr. R. V. Pierce. BI f.ilo. N. Y. all druggists and medicine dealers. 000. with which to get; a new tart. I By O. A.Stewart, Ceput Clerk. B. U. WILSON' &; 80S.s .







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Professional Cards. Football Itoldi Full Sway! : Conduct." I.Hindu' oiiklmbor UIII"'I. Publicity In :Murder C'u,.
Classed M "Disorderly
The footmil! HCIINOII bus opened: and The ne\\-i from Canada that the When that miserable; r
What to do wltb tbe piano fiend 1nan
- BOBBINS ffoiu ranw on uiitft the winter snows DouUiiiiijurs. who Imailgrativl Into that liam bunted
EO. M. building baa long been Hooper Vouug was I
J wiike the playing of the port Impossible apartment country from UtisHln. some throe years In Derby. Torn., after the '
of flat
of the unsolved problems
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR the tii'uiorcd youth with chrysan one ago, have been Bdxod by u religious. Mrs. Anna Pulitzer in Isle. New
life lu the Uecord-IIernU
AT-LAW. themum. biJr and the flak waving. red Chicago says mania that limy end lu their 1'h'I'mlnll'tlou the word I
apartments' niongdu
of that city. With nothing In the leases
chewki-d puthnslastlc maid will revelunreMtrnlncd by famine during/ the coining winter -
.iu to the student aphorism
ill practice in State and United States to prohibit a musical maniac from glee
in the delights of tho oft Is, of peculiar Interest to Americans der will out" and dilated on the
Qourt. pounding the piano all night and nocourt
timed since ut the time the Doukhnbors lint
gory gridiron. Never win n season matter of
or tilt l'I.'rlngM a
Office at TrrusviLLE, FLA. decisions Indicating that homicide -
set their faces toward this continent/ a I
more enthuslustioiilly ushered: in fie: William Hooper Young In !
would be regarded as Juntlllnblo
than tho present 'one. iiiul It Is typicalof strenuous effort was made to Induce city !
in
there probably every
-N L. GULDEN, I treatment for this particular form of are ;
America and Americans that a pns- them to settle In our western states: of
United States fully u score
dwellers bore been nt the
lunacy flat !!!
time of.so active n nature as football rather than In theNorthwest Territoriesof with the blood of the
ATTOR5TE-AT-LAW and large
of piano players for years 1 1t
? should be awarded the verdict of) pop mercy Canada. A /glance at the conditionsnow their 1111 1I11s. Nowhere Is this a
Will practice in all the Courts' of the State with no prospects of relief or protec- aI
ular 'approvnl. Action Is'wbut Amer- prevailing in the Doukhabor settlements true t1J.1IU tho city of New
Florida, bud the United States Courts. tion.
,lean sportsmen wont mid action they will convince one that we records I
t'. O Box,238. TITU8VIULE, FLA. The problem hug beeu solved iu New ; where the pollco are
will have whether it Is on the gridiron have been fortunate In losing this race the histories of murdora thnt \ i

the diamond, tho nice course or ,anywhere York. One Joseph Laboda bought an of immigrants. And it I / I t
been esplated. yet
ir
J. WEBB took off has coat collar
upright piano ,
i )
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The has hold of
els(>. mnuln that taken that the ; ,
New York particularly
vest and cuffs and started in on an endurance
ATTORNEY-A T-LA W, lu the west the "pigskin1 chasers" are content* which lasted three I them: has: several serious phases Iu expressions of the venerable

particularly Industrious. The first Ute Hint place the Uoukhubors btive ) : i
Will practice in the Courts of the 7th days lie pounded the ivories contin- heard. ;
games of the yens took place in Illinois discarded the use of animals as beastsof tleslra I'
roult. Taxes: paid for non-residents and withno Wlillo It Is a very
uously, vigorously: soulfully )
,id rents and accounts collected. where tho,various, colleges are warring !burden, assertlug'that! their horses wholesome thing to impress

against! ranch other in an Interesting intermissions for eating or sleeping, and cattle nre as much entitled to liberty -
mind of uiuu that he cannot
Tua7itz.K, FLORIDA. taking nourishment ut mealtime' with t'
fashion tor the possession of athlete ofdlfl't'I'ent as they themselves.! As a resultof commit murder without
;. one hand while tbe other hammeredthe .
this have of harvesting
means
they no
: classes. From all Indications
D. penalty It Is far more
I PENNEY
keys with redoubled energy. A ,
\. tbe elevens!!! the west will have teams their crops, which are rotting In the compel him to respect tho
part cf the time he played mandolin I
fields wblch their animals
,
uniformly nore powerful than has through a1(1 that what
; life to
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW wltb his bands while his bare feet did prove
:
at will. It Is of their
roam Again part )
been tho case for several years past, sown ho will always reap.
the Paderewskl act on the Ivories.It !!!.
fanaticism
rUSVILLE FLORIDA.ill and the contests, especially those in to abstain from eating the fact that many murderers
wns not uutll tbe third that
day
meat. This In itself would not
practice in all the courts of the 7th the hitter days of the season! when the mean undetected, a great Incentive to
the trouble In the neighborhood bugau.After .
:Judicial championship, battles occur, should correspondingly so much were It not thnt they have
Circuit.REDERICK is given by the dl'lllYllllnd )
a small sized riot had developedand i
few and will have
vegetables practically -
Increase in importance nsmagnets
the III w. In some states n
for public attention. a lynching party was being organized no flour owing to their neglect of) !
A. :MORGAN, some cool headed sufferer bethought the can reasonably expect fat more / '
In the east gridiron nlfnlrs are unmistakably crops.
his for tho
of life after arrest
P
himself of the and sentin (
police
So troublesome has tho situation become
.
ZEAL: ESTATE AND "looking up. Yale liar- with a great possibility that .
INSURANCE, an alarm to the nearest' police star
yard Princeton, Columbia the Univer- and so worried are the Canadian eventually escape on some : ::: :: : :: ;: I I'
Loans tion. The officers the frenzied
Notary) Public pulled
sity of I'onnHylvnnin mid Cornell have authorities that a hint was made to .
Elections, Typewriting, Stenography. sized virtuoso away from the piano, and the Russia the other day only that it or through the death of ( ,
large Hquudi of ambitious candidates against him. That this state of '
magistrate remanded him to Jail for might be advisable to have, the .
(TlTUSVILLK, FLA. : nt work and, according to the govern Is wrong there can be no r
conduct.
conches the quality) c>f the\\ material la "disorderly ment of the czar repatriate Tolstoi's but I
: ns!!! It Is In Itself anything a :
It the courts be Induced
II. JONES can generally pets. But nt the mere suggestion: the
of high Ilnrvurd
WADE : a grntll'.vlii nvoniue. rent to crime
to classify amateur piano play bear held up his handy. In prnt('st. Not
Is contlOont of iluiilU-ntlng\ her chiinipIoiiBhlp -
Again, the ovcrsoimatlonal \
lug, us "disorderly! conduct" and enforce
only would Russia not consent to nl
EAL ESTATE AND tetra of Isl:; year and Princeton -
INSURANCE pers that harp on the old \
,
the penalty one of the common
low the Doukhnbors. to re-enter their
and Yale lire t uilly| : positive that "murder: will out" let it "out"
Loans nuisances which Inflict mankind
and Collections. may old country but It was doubtful if they
the nncli'iisi of the ,
etch li.-ivt
they! : premier be abated. a way that a halo as it were.
TlTCSVILLK eleven of tho would even be permitted to go to Si
FlOUlDA. ) 0111' I around tho wretched criminal's l

And MO the ,lUll Uc t.lunda. Of course i Unfair Contract Condemned.The beria. Thank, you the Canadian authorities and_ the___ tiotorletv that__ he Is _.

'"E9. A. WORLEY, the innocent uonphijlng undergraduates llllll ioln' board of arbitration baa were politely Informed; you undoubtedly apt to Inspire some ;

I will bear the brunt of the season'swoe. have taken a white elephant off our
miserable creature to nn ('
seized the occasion of a labor dispute ly I
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. stand around the sloth linesadmiring hands, and we do not propose to be
They In 111. denounce will gnli, ror him an equal
u factory at Canton to '
neral practice in State and Federal the shares of their strenuous. troubled! by It ngaln.
unenviable fame. The truth of
Courts. All business with mwli severity! a form of coercion!

prompt attention.entrusted will'receive classmates on the trampled, turf and employed somewhat widely in certain Hearne" Cannot Ito Curedby apparent from. the fact that I

neral Counsel for the ,Tu ttle, Estate cheering theiiiselvcH bourse ns the sections by which workmen and work- local applications, na they cannot original and unique!' method of

Miami. frosty fall wlmln nip their iftRea. fly diseased is discovered nnd the crime is "' ) I
women sure deprived' of tree. agency reach the portion of tho enr.

MIAMI, FLORIDA. shpcr force of their moral support they through the medium of a so called contract There Is only one way to mare Deafness, lu detail as It so often Is In the

make victory poshlble.. wblch they are required to sign and that Is by constitutional remedies press I in I tu tors arise, und the
ACKSONVILLE LABOR Deafness Is caused by an inflamed condition
AGENCY And whnfia their reward?
& EMPLOYilENr OFFICE.A. .. before receiving employment In one of the mucous lining of the l ''llIt,1\oo same method! Is adopted by some ,

In return they are pormltteil to bet i of those "contracts," which Is typical chlan Tube. When this tube gets Inflamed slayer In nn Ineredllily short "

11[. HECK. ., their last: cent of weekly lonndry nllow- of Its ('In"*. the employee agrees!!! that 10 you have a rumbling Mound or time Quicker Justice nod less

Shipping Master, ance on their team, and when l'I'putCOWl'S Imperfect hearing, and when It is entirely will nil else
pep cent nt his wages. be held back un- ity above put an
Hotel help a closed Deafness is the result and unless
Bpectalty.10 ,
their Is often the
cs so (case
South- Laura St. way I1nl1l'l'lllll1s til the end of the year ,when: It is to be limo Inflammation can be taken out and the many murders with which

CKSONVILLE, KLOHIUA. : these same verily the favoreil givento\ him if the employer is "sat this tube restored to Its normal condition, nltles arc constantly shocked.Do I

: of the god, are granted tho high; issued with his Bf'rvll'l's.all a gift, not bearing will be destroyed forever; nine .

and honorable privilege/ of wearing the as a right In practice it that cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, Uood-It rnys.
appears
'TEPIIE 'E. FOSTER::, same shirt and collar for ten consecutive : which Is nothing but an Inflamed condi
A has observed
) r Just before tbe c.\Vlration of the year tion'of) the mucous surfaces. Chicago man
dny the who Indulge iu this form "Good deeds are bettor than real
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW employers We will give One Hundred Dollars for
-- deeds. of the latter Jane
-some aro
to cnsn of Deafness (oau&ed by catarrh)
AVnnted. of restraint are acciixtotaed bring Any show
Sims Building Act kindly and gently, sl
be l
that Hall's
cannot cured bv Cuta.irli
We would like to ask, through the col- around n similar contract for the next Send for and lend a helping hand. You
Cure. circulars free
JACKSONVILLE FLA. umo. of your paper, If there Is any person ensuing year. If the employee refusesto F. J. CIIRNEY::" fo.! Toledo 0JS"Iil possibly lose by it." Most men \
,
who has lined Oreen's Flowerfor
: August sign\ It. he loses his 10 per: cent as bv all Druggist 75o.Hall's : nte a kind word and '\!:
: the cure of Indigestion. Dyspepda.i than substantial help. There )
FORGE
W. ALLEN
r i and Liver Troubles that has not been well: as his place. No matter how dissatisfied Family rills aVo the bast. lIonllln this community who might
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cured-and we also mean their results, he! may be. he Is pretty certain fully say: "My good friend cheer

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ouch as sour stomach, fermentation of i to sign under the circumstances. "The The recent order given\ by the Pennsylvania few (1oe5of Cbaberluln's Cough (

r WKST, FLORIDA food habitual costiveness nervous dyspepsia practical effect of the system Is that Kullruiid cunipiniy for the rid you of yonr cold, and there \
I
Vill In the United hondaohes despondent; feelings, danger whatever from pneumonia.
practice /States the men cease to be free agents," says manufacture end dciltcry of 301)) b locomotives '
I State Courts. OjunOSJ NleeplesHnews fact any trouble connected you use that medicine, I till ways
with the stomach or liver Thin the arbitration board. "They fad themselves during the next twelve months t know It for It has helped me out

medicine has been sold for many years >n under tbe subjection of their employers not only culls public intention to one a time." Hold by all druggists and

S. BURNHABr, M. D. all civilized countries and .we wish tai in a, way that is, most harassing of the most Itllnlile barometers of Industrial (clue dealers
correspond with and send one of
you you
activity! but also stimulates
and to free American
free of If triad humiliating a I
our books cent. you never @D.Filter tubes are now for
SURGEON SPECIALIST, August Flower try one bottle first. We citizen. The contract is altogether a publicInterest In the ;phenomenal this office, price 2'icts; postage

Ear, Nose and Throat. have never known of Its failing. If so, one sided agreement. It lacks tho essential growth of the locomotive Industry. A

something more serious Is the matter element of mutuality. Promisesarc notable, feature of this order Is the fact The failure of the Zlegler.
,BT PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.R. with Ask oldest druggist.U. t
your
you. O. GKEENT, Woodbury' N.- J. made by the men but the company that .:txi of tlitme engines/ will be builtIn expedition to reach tho north ,

HOUQ assumes no obligations) whatever. The the shops of the VmiH.vlvanla, com been Dually and fully explained.
) ETON'S Lord Roberts censures the British It has been the policy of this
contract Is a most Inequitable one and pany. of the party says: "It was ()In )

soldiers for their poor marksmanship should bind no man in conscience or company to nuke Itself Independent of night the America left Dundee. :!

DATING DENTAL APARTMENTS and declares that general officers' here In law or at tbe bar of public opinion." all oiitukli', manufacturing concerns. A after a gull rested on a

on the "Dentos," after will be held responsible for any few years ago It established Itself on sailor was Injured to the

failure of their troops In this respect. The prospect that soft coal will be nn hull'pendent hauls MO fur us steel! losing a toe, and on leaving

NOW) AT PALM BRACH.'obey's Unless his subordinates take, more In- largely used during the approaching rails me concerned/ by the purchase of the anchor broke loose and

--- -- -- -- terest In the matter than they have cold months In cities where anthracite a Urge: steel pin nt. It U only n question However." lio adds, "none of us (

done heretofore. Roberts' efforts will has heretofore been the chief fuel of time! wlu-ii It will construct nil superstitious."
Kidney Cure '
be thrown away. evokes one significant wish from these Its power" and equipment In Its own

ekes kIdneys and bladder right. places. It Is for Instruction In the shops and steel mills. The British Association For "

In addition to the wealth of gold. It Is means of burning soft coal smokelcsa- -- -- vancement of Science proposes

announced('() that oil deposits' hove been ,'ly. Tho expectation! Is plain that the While opening a box, J, C. Mount, of leading nations' agree to compel

' Homes discovered In Alaska which are likelyito soft coal will produce smoke but the Three !Mile Hay, N Y., ran a ten penn\ plicants for public ofllce down
firginia nail through the fleshy part of Ms hand. f
yield great revenues. That $1.00-! longing Is. as the Chicago Chronicle "I thought at once of all the pain and licemen to learn Italian with a

000 which Uucle Sam paid Russia for puts It. for "fuel schoolmasters: who soreness this would pause me," he says, to making thut the universal

tbe territory turus out to bave been a can convince people. that they can save "and Immediately nppllu.l Chamberlain's of diplomacy. This. would f

M>U learn all about Virginia Lands, pretty good Investment. money by Introducing smoke preventing Piilu Hahn and occasl Dally afterward as a medium for the diplomacy
To surprise (It removed all pain and
rs resources, products, mode of cutIvatlon my
devices." police. Fancy a policeman
the healed. For
Injured parts were soon
prices etc., by reading the
Virginia Farmer., Send lOcts. The Kentucky Judge who enjoinedthe sale by druggists and medicine dealers. U'wan, there," In Italian.In I(

or 3 months subscription to the : SlcOovern-Corbett fight: did so on Another reason why women shouldnot : .

"'armer Co., Emporia, Va. the ground that It was to be a "renl wear stuffed birds on their bats is Tbe passing of the queen: of the Belgians referring to the fact that b \

flght. All of wblch would seem to Indicate indicated by the experience: of a Wisconsin removed from earth a woman been keeping very quiet of late j

that the! entucky bench pos- woman. She was sitting on a celebrated less for her queenly position Cbaunccy :M. Dvpew says, "The t

,ANNER SALVE sensos Its full share of innocent cre- log In a growth of bushes rending. A than for her piety and superior qualities waters are the most tranquil." tII

ie most healing salve In the world. dulity. hunter saw her bat and mistaking it of heart: That tier life was one i Cha ullce," may be well posted on

/ for a partridge blazed away. Tbe of sorrow none can doubt who Is familiar er potables, but this figure of I
Cured by Mood It aim.AH .
Cancer woman still lives, but hereafter she will with Its history suggests that be la hardly an
SklM and stood I>|MMM.. Cored
BO YEARS' probably use only flowers! and ribbonsas water.
EXPERIENCECOPYRIGHTS Mrs. M. L. Adams Fredonla Ala., London tailors who are agitatedover

took Botanlo libel Balm which effectually decorations on ber beadgear. tbe threatened Invasion of an }
cured an eating cancer of the none Very few persona make a .

and face. The sores healed up perfectly. A Massachusetts court has decided American clothing combine should suicide after committing a

Many doctors bad t given: up her cane as that It Is Justifiable for you to kill a calm their fears. American tailors The slnyer'a nerve generally falls I

hopeless. Hundreds of cases of cancer, burglar who has entered your house. could not make clothes. that would fit fore be gets around to his own

eating sores, suppurating swellings, etc., badly enough to suit Englishmen.At .
Before that decision Massachusettsfolks
have been cured by Blood Halm. Among Obviously It would be better for

TRADE MARKS others, Mrs. II. M. Oaerney Warrior probably felt warranted In goingno of coal would be murderer to do his I
Y Ctt'IQN' the present high price It
Ac. Stand Ala. Her nose and lip were raw further with a burglar than reading first k
from la rather difficult to get the public thoroughly
with offensive discbarao
o nnnaandhtxsk.trhanddewcrf Inn mar as beef of and
him a Browning offeringhim
ly, imi>,rt-nivi: our, >|.!rilnn, free whether an the eating; sore. Doctors advised cutting page Interested In the stories of the f
m tM priitmbly pitlantilbla. ('ommunlrrottya".edentiI. a plate of cold beans.The Uutherlf
) :: ICiuidbnokon Patents but it failed. Blood Balm healed returning arctic polnr explorers."It :
f' ?'. Olilent nirency for iwcarlnir: p.t nw.MIU the sores, and Mm. Ouerney Is as well as Who would keep their '
taken tlirouah Mann A ( u. rasp
l ( cli r,a, in the ever. Botanic Hlno Balm also cures pious fund case! before the In- OU H Jtlght to the Hpot. good health should watch for the !

Scientific Jlttiericam'tanrtaomely eczema itching humors scabs and scales, ternational arbitration court at Tbe i When poln or Irritation) exists on any symptom of worms, and remove
with White's Cream Vermifuge. f

lllniitratod ..._kl,. I,......t rtr-. bone blood pains poison, ulcers, carbuncle, offensive, scrofula pimples, Hague la doubtless very Important, part of the body, the application oj Dallard'.800w the children's best tonlo. It /get's ,

w.Mn of any.wl. ra\4ubh Term.93 the skin and all but the average man, reading the dispatches Liniment will give prompt thou at work so that their food doe
montJa., n Wo>dler 1 *. risings and bumps on i relief. "It /goes right to the spot," said I
1UNN O blood troubles. Druggists $1 per per sent from Holland must won good, and they grow up healthy

Branch &fD Co'e:::a=( e1NewYQrkD 'I<< large bottle. Sample of Botanic Blood Blood I der what it Is all about. care an old bin man rheumatism.who wan rubbing C. Rs It Smith In. to, strong. :25o, at B. Jl. Wilson dc Hon.

Balm free and prepaid by writing Propr. Smith House Tenaha Texas

t Balm Co., Atlanta Oa. Describe trou The crown prince of Slam will arrive writes: "I have used Ballard's Snow WANTED. TRUHTWORTIIT. ? s
LEAD In iu'h to
In
FOR SALE. In any quanti- ble and special medical advice sent In for several county
i. at the ADVOCATE worth while in time to observe how the American Liniment my family years liiwInMUi for an vlil wiutilliinml 11"..
office.
sealed letter. It Is certainly and have found It to be a tine remedy solid rlnawUU utamUnir.[. A utrtklcbl, h.m.
investigating auch a remarkable remedy, nation manages to get .along without for all aches and pains, and I recommendR weekly rub salary l of emcee paid hy. check
the most awful W iliuMiJ.. with all oi.>.n...a direct from
oley's Tar as Blood Balm cures blood, crown princes. He will te here over for pains In the throat and ebe..t.. qiu rt rii. jr Mnneya.ly ...- for*.|*..'....
Honey and : worst and most deep seated election day. .SS SOc and tl.OO, at WlUon fc: Son. sg.r,34)Cmium ',,&lldlllg.btl"lLKo: :

res colds prevents pneumonia. diseases. .









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JAMES. PBITCHABD President; WM. M. BROWN, Vice-Proeldeot

EAST COAST ADVOCATE CHOLERA IN PHILIPPINES. C. S. SCHUTLJCB, Cashier. W. S. SMASHING, Asst. Cashier.


w1 t( The pestilence-which we have INDIAN RIVER STATE BANKCOUNTY

) ..WSULYJOUANAL OP '1'88 INDIA DBTOTBD BIVBB TO Tf.D.v.LOPM.NT LAS bought in the Philippine Islands is 1 .

i{ : woaraANDSrsa.rssrar.sartow.. rather worse than the war for J

,i ( M, which we paid Spain 120,000,000. Biliousness DEPOSITORY.

I k J PUBLISHED :EVERY :FRIDAY. A recent cable report says that Makes Authorized capital, $ i 100 crnI

( I cholera threatens to depopulate the Chronic Invalids. : f" Paid up capital $28,000;
.,......B. H. WALTON, :Editor Se Publisher.IMtcontlnuancA island of Saroar. The populationsof : deposits
q Average $100.000 I :
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When tb liver I Ie torpid and fails to doa work. c-T\c'4\
of the towns have been .
1'4 r of *xlvt*. iiiuat be made perBklly many the Ml enter th. blood a*a viraleot poiaoo." Tb ooom

at this offlca or by writing. heavily reduced through death and .* eoottipatioa, trtlknuoa**, nek bmdaob, lever Transacts a General
the of panio-stricken people. Baukiogr
flight
I sad maJarta.l The only treatment that give the liver put
Obeolc*to.,way be made payable to CII....... Many of the dead are unburied, .
Uw ergot touch and start Nature' ork m the rtgbt I,
t H. WALTOH,publisher.Addren and the government ia sending surgeons IIUUIDe u r'l ; Business


11 t f all communication to disease.and\ The medicine epidemic to also fight con the "D 'A'MON'S LIVER PILLS Largest and Oldest Bank on the niter.

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE,
tinues its ravages at Hollo. Samar J ANOTONIC PELLETSThep1D i Exchange bought; and sold on all !Knreia
l r.
TITDIYILLB. FLORIDA.
4 Is the island which Gen. Smith Countries.
touohee tile liver, and the pellet one tile:; --
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ordered to be made a "howling .

1 U. S. Department of Agriculture wilderness" What his troops left, ynnro. h Patronage treatment appreciated.and every favor Prompt counlntanJ er\tee| "Trvative ''',,
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q Weather Bureau-Jupiter;:Fla. the cholera is carrying off. In the :23! doeae for 9 day.oat 25 eente,and on- a, s banking granted

whole the lea your Due I Ie exceedingly bad. you I CORREepoNDE'reSsaboard
archipelago, as a ravages; .
X :;t, National Hank of >pw ', r k,I'
of the epidemic are frightful. The will be well before you anise them rMtI I : -.. a. National Bank of Jacksonville. Fla anc
The following; is a comparative statement Sample free. For sale at
' ,j:' of temperature and rainfall for the latest reported totals are 70,222 dl deal.. ".rJ.T-oSVILLE: rrJ &.

;, week ending/; Tuesday, Oct. 14, 1902. cases of cholera, and 48,402 deaths ="....,-

-190JDATK. -1901- from that disease. Ihe reports, '
MAX. HIM. MAX. YIN.I .
?I ; 8 87 72 80 72: however, are notoriously made THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SDPPLYCOMPffl

r'' 9 85; 74 82 72 quate, due both to ignorance and

L 10 86 78 84 72 intentional concealment and falsi-

11 81) 74 84 78 fication. The actual total is estimated Sold by B. B. WILSON & SON. TIT178VH.IJE. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
12: 82 70 84' 74
,
,
", tn he not lees than 100.000 ,
i
'q"; -
78 86 74 -- --- ----------- -- -.----------------- -- -- --
13 87 -- --- ----- -- -
" I v" ht 14 87 77 86 75 cases, with deaths in proportion. *
d'r., 22. :Sapp, G. I.. 15. Jackson; Gilliard (colored)
/ f r. Total rainfall for the week: 1.00 The mortality, therefore must reach 23. Titus, ji. T. HI.( I'hillipft, II. I.. Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick
.I I Depatture from normal rainfall for the 00,000. This Is a tragic story of 24. Vanlandinglmin, H. O. 17. Richards, Harry W. Paring ..."
; l week: minus 1.44 Inches. Departure "benevolent assimilation" that will 25. Vanlandlngrhnm, \V:E. 18. Whipple, HenryPRECINCT
1 from normal rainfall since January 1, 2(1.( Woodward. ]\[. Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida Telephone.2811
make black in the No. 11.
'
a chapter historyof
", minus 18.71 inches 27. Waddell, W. B.
; HAL. P. HABDIN Observer. expansion.! 28. Wright, J. L. 1. Holmes, H. J. K. JIUNNERLYtf: General Manager

f", ',\, 29. WJllihan, N. II.PRECINCT. 2. Swain, H. W.
3. Swain 0.4.PRECINCT. --- --
,
''t ,d f THE congressional committee for TARIFF REFORM. No.: 3. No. 12.
.1. :.Mathers\ J. K.PRECINCT. "
'i this district announces that [ & Baker
\ no regular ., 1. Burton, R. W. J. MeMurray
;' ,i canvass of the district will be Speaker Henderson, of Iowa, refuses No. 4.'l. .' v' 2. Faulkner, G. W. ,

;, ;rl; ;ai made, but Congressman Davis will re-election to Congress be- Barfleld, S. A. > ;1. 8. Joy, W. H.I. .

i\', j it I endeavor to speak in each county. cause he finds himself out of tune 2. Crabb, O. W. .. Reed! C. f p.PKECINCT. 401-4:13 Cast Bay Street. Jacksonville Florida.
I {i,' f with the tariff reform sentiment of 3. Frink, W. O. ";;:r.. No. 18.
" 1 4. Green A, D. '
-Makers and Jobbers of-
the of his State. Gov.
I THE DeLand Record wishes to republicans 5. McNeti{I, James ., 1. Angel, Fenner
I'' know it six supreme Judges will not Cummins, of Massachusetts stands el. MUlnjr, Wm. 2. Brown, Hazzard

: ; sleep as much as three. They will by the platform which demands theremoval 7. '!'hlgpt'lI, C. "'; 3. Moore, Alonzo, Vehicles; Harness Carriage and Wagon Materi
"" 4. Wet E. C.
r neighbor, they will, indeed, and of custom" duties which PRECINCT No. 5. :. 5. Wagner hey.! L. W.PRECINCT. ,

Just three times Sanford shelter monopoly, and takes issue Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
((4 more. more.- 1. Boynton C. C. '
i No. 14.
+ I Chronicle with the Speaker of the 2. Burns Thomas ;
p1(4( $ House. "What I have tried at 3. Bates, Titus (colored). v, 1. Bergman Theo. First-Class Repairing and Painting, &c. &c.

1 I various times to 'Gov. 4. IJorton, W. B. .-' I 2. Harper, F. P
say says ------- -- ---
TilE East Coast resorts are being 5. Gore James! E. 3. Humphrey, Henry :31.
r put into readiness for the great influx Cummins, "is this : That a monopoly 6. HRstle, Robert .. ,.'. 4. Hl'est'"eslt'y

of tourists booked for the com- whether established: by a trust, 7. Kltrhell, Wm. .. ': 5. :Symmes, S. B. East Coast Lumber & Supply Co |
1 -
-
partnership or individual, Is not 8. McAllister, John 0. Whitlock, Fred ToPRECINCT
ing winter. The number of visit.
0. Utwall, W.V'. "
entitled to the benefit of tariff du. No. 13.;;
ors this season will tax to their ]10. Stewart, B. J.
ties, and that, if this were the law, GENERAL OFFICE:? EAU GALLIE, FLA.
LouisPEECINCT Drier
+ p utmost all the great Flagler hotels 11 M. CJalr, 1. H. A.
t I it would have some effect in preventing 2. Gulbrondsen :John
from St. Augustine to Nassau. I No. 6: M.,. Yards at Tltugvllle, Eau Gallie and Fort Pierce.
the creation of monopolies.It '
,
PRECINCT No. 10
dM is not necessary to the businessof 1. Crosby, Ir Complete stock of Lumber and Building Material of all kinds; Sash and Doon, |
':e THE Georgia Saw Mill Association the that monopolies 2. Hainlin, W. B. 1. Walker, W. R.PRECINCT. .
which has number of country 3. Snedeker, II. O. No. 20. Blinds and Builders' Hardware. Address all orders to the General Office
a largo .
hall exist, and ambitious men 4. MrdeHeld, II. O.PRECINCT ,
Florida in Its member I, Brath, J. A.
t operators should be informed that they can. '
44 '
No. 7. 2. Carson, George E.
and which has often in
ship, met
have both and the
not monopolies 3. Creech, K. 0.'
Jacksonville will hold an import 1: Conkling, D. H. Hodges c4c O'Hiara
tariff You can be sure they will 4. Ennis, J. M..1Ii. \
ant meeting in Valdosta on the 4th chose the most to them." 2. William.9 Fred Hllliard B. J. '
profitable
3. Yowall, II. C.PRECINCT. _
...Manufacturers and DealersJIn...
i of next month, at which time there The people of the Northwest the 0. Lyman, L. A.

Is a strong probability that the republicans there, are beginning, to No. 8. ,. 8.7. Verner l.yml\n:1.,J. It.N.PRECIXOT. Rough and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER

prices of lumber will go "skyward." understand this and to act accord 1. Conyers, I. ,..v, Dressed
2. Howard, H. B. No. 21.
ingly. There are signs that the '1. Howard.'J. C. Orange Box Ieada, Fruit and Vegetable Crates Mouldings, Shingles, etc

'I IT is gratifying to know, says people of the East have taken in 4. Newluiul, W. :J.PRECINCT. .. : 2.1. Burk Hokenaen N. T., August > Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. Write us for prices deliveredto
any part of the State. Address: Hodges & O'Hara, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
the St. Augustine Record that the idea. A revolu .. 3. O. N.
a same political No. 0. Jorgensen, ____ ____ h____ __ ____ ___ _'_ _
I Florida young man hall been nnml.. tion is impending. 4. Jensen. U. A.
; t fro" ; 1. Head, Richard 5. Little!, J. C.
succeed the late
Amos J. Hill J. II. .. The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House in the Stale
2. -' 6. Norris, A. J.
Cummings from the eleventh congressional THE Columbian government 3. Keen, :J. J. ...- 7. Nystrom, John E. .

? t : district of New York. which has been so( exercised over 4. Lawrence, Lewis } 8. Richardson, Henry L. s YA tI:

y Mr, Cummings was a constant visitor the determination of the 5. MrCnllumiW. ". U. :Steen. Carl D. Wm.: A. SO"CLrS:: CC.r
,. apparent (6. O'Brien, C. 10. Sorensen: N. '
) and
great friend of tnls State. .
United States O.
to compel, even by 7 :otal"ey.Oenrge
I Mr. Swann, who was nominated by '. JI.l PRECINCT No: 2J.:
the use of force, an observance of 8. Spell, GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
the democratic 1. Bloden G. colored ,
D. ,
party in a sure the of dur l 0. Smith H. )
rights foreign subjects
democratic district la the 10. :.Scott, S. J. W. 2. Cavender, Z.
son of ing the Internal disorders prevail. t 3. Clark M. C. (colored Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers
t1.. Mr. Samuel A. Swann old and 11. Taylor, :J. W. ) ,
kr'' an j' ing in that country has at last expressed 12. Thomas, J. A. 4. Drone, Edward (colored) 1I
active resident of Fornandina. Itself as satisfied with our I HI.: 1'nwnsendIV. II 5. Davis, M. F. (colored) s T. i/oma. MA 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
14. Wright 6. Frazier! Lex (colored)
attitude. If the. people of these 7. Glenn, A. (I. (colored) Agts. for funna Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.
THE lawyers of the State want bellgerant republics cannot con- PRECINCT No. 10. t*. Herring, Richard -
)
that constitutional amendment Increasing duct themselves with due regardto 1. Benson Luke :M. (colored). 0. Jackson,Carey (colored)

''BFI : the number of Supreme the rights of others we are bound 2. Banes, J. H. (colored). 10. Johnson,James (colored)

Court Justices from three to six! to enforce the observation of international 3. Blair, George II. 11. Hearney, W. K. (colored") P. K-uh.lm.an & Co.
12. lee, John colored
4. Britt, L. B. ( )
adopted at the election next month, law. Under the Monroe 5. Barker. L. H. 13. Lay port, W. W.

1 fY,+ but they do not explain away the Doctrine we allow no European 6. Cook, M. C. (colored) 14. Manner, Moses (colored) 261 Washington St. ) NEW YORK. "

r fact that the present court sleeps government to Interfere'! to we are 7. Connid. Jake (colored). .. 15. Perry James (colored! ) \U3) Murray Street ) N. Y.
entirely too much, work little this 8. Drake John 1*. ]6. Soloman, S. (colored)
very compelled to perform
i. and renders few decisions necessary I 9.) Davidson, S. B.' 17. Hams, John H. (colored)
} during duty ourselves. 10. Kllerson, James 18. Weir, J. D. H.
the entire year. What assurances 11.) Fultz, O. A. 19. Womack, Ed (colored) -HEADQUARTERS FOR FANCY-

l ?y are given that six Judges will improve Foley's Honey and Tar cures cough 12. Frink, J. 0. 20. Williams, B. J, (Volored)
l 4'i matters? But the amend and cold and prevents pneumonia. Take 13. Grant, George (colored) 21. Wilson, E. \"'. (colored) FJ.orl.CI.a: e>ran.gesan..d:

'$ I'' ment, no doubt, will be adopted, no substitutes. For sale by Wilson;SOD 14. Johnson, John J.colored( ) il.: Williams' Wash (colored) ..

,,41' the people hoping that there will _n r.apeXru.1t.:

be $ NAMES STRICKEN FROM THE I:
some improvement.
1 We represent several of the largest shippers In your State, and wish to represent 1 Ii
> REGISTRATION BOOKS. The Pioneer Cooperage.
also. Give a'trlal
yon us shipment. Established 30
IN a recent Executive communi ;years.
FLORIDA.
if .N cation issued, Governor Jennings The Board examined and revised the LAGRANGE,
Y, recommends the use of the Indian Registration Books and the followingnames I manufacture all kinds and sizes of TANKS, cheaply and expedltlously.When ESTABLISHED:

War claims received from were erased therefrom, this Oc- In need of a tank, write me for estimate, as I can fill'ourorder to perfection.. 1870.
6 money
tober 13th, 100-J i TOM JOHNSON, LaGrange, Fla.Taber's .
Congress toward paying the indebtedness

; of the State, which PRECINCT No. 1. ------- ---- M. Lane & Son '

amounts now to nearly a million 1. Beck, W. A.
2. Bowman, J. E. Trees ,
and a dollars.! This fund ,
quarter 3. Carl lit', J. A. U.
?I if applied as recommended by the 4. Chamberlain, B. 250 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.'r,

) Governor, would reduce the bonded 5. Carllle, John A.
I debt of the State to about one-half 5. Cnrlile, H. A. Have Important an enviable eoniilderatlons reputation to for the being planter.well Among grown,our thrifty thousands and true of to satisfied name- Southern I
7. 11111, Wm. very Fruit.and Produce ,
r million. Governor Jennings wants 8. Johnson' Sam (colored). customers is the United States Government, for wbom we are growing: ; special
., this debt reduced to save the peo. 0. LouisannaJoe. hybrids on contract, both In nursery and orchard. Our twenty years extensive 2
Orchard and Nursery experience Is at your service. Fruit tree., Shade trees, Roses !t
the ]
pie taxes collected from them 0. Prescott, T. C.
1 tr 11. and Ornamentals Freight Prepaid. Catalogue free. Oor.c.ol.isslon: : ::: Mercha ts.
every year as an interest fund. Strahan, I F! A. : : tlL.
? 0. L. TABER PROPRIETOR
{ GLEN SAINT MARY NURSERIES, .
..I PRECINCT No. a.
.
h Glen Saint Mary, Florida. FLORIDA
1 ( ON all hands we find expressions 1. Brown, It. J. PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY. w

N of the general prosperity of the :2. Curtis, 0. C. .

1 State of Florida. We are rich and 3. Change, F. a. Stencils,. Cards and our quotations furnished on application. T.,

i +4' we should and will prosper. Our 5 4.. Carpenter Cleveland W.. A.0. Buffalo Gasoline Motor. -- ---- __ zOZjIV"IT
"
'
.d limate is most favorable for the 6. Dillon, John

i growth of valuable vegetables and 7. Furlong, W. F. : : : ROT23ER: S, IV IV'j.

Jcuita ; we can supply the tables of 8. Geiger, S. I). 13 ABSOLUTELY RELIABLEIN .
Hie world with delicacies and luxuries 0. roldsmith James P.
I 10. Grant, J. W. ALL WEATHER Produce Commission Merchants.
j equal to those grown in any 11. Hughes, J. A. t

l' late in the Union. Our soil and 12:!. Itinton, J. T. When you get disgusted with

limate can furnish happiness and 13. Keel Charles A. Florida Pines
sustenance to a million souls. Our 14. I.)man, J. 1. cheap engines try the Our Specialty
U. Maxwell, Joseph (colored). te t td
,
i State Is larger than a kingdom in 16. Mercier, George J. BUFFALO.

t Hurope, and had it been in the Old 17. Nichols, Wm. .

World would long ago have won 15. Nail, John L. 0 GEO. R. WALLACE, 335 Washington Street, ;:.

far herself a foremost In tbe'World' 10. Peeples. George
place
1 4 20. Rand, T. E. West Palm Beach, Florida. NEW YORK. i1
,
history. 21. crevenJ B. a
r References: Our 33 years record. Chatham National Bank, New York.

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I EAST COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 17, 1902. ,5 1



Stuart. Tibbals. Melbourne. Rockledge-Cocoa. GEORG.URX. JOHN MARX. '

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;1, refreshing: showers and very few Many of our people attended .A. ] -- :
tbe meet BRC: ::>S.
ultoes,this week. ing at the yacht club last GOODE & QOODE.-Real. Estate and L anll. Last Friday was monthly examination .
Saturday and Agent for ,.Aetna London and djay in the public school
all / Liverpool and at Cocoa.
:Mulllhan made a trip to Jensen report a very pleasant
car outing.Mr. flubs Vrovldonce Waautnirton and 8un Fire
ay with Hull & Baker's launch. C. B. Gifford Is now busily engaged Insurajioa.Interval.of nuii-revldenti.Special, 'attention paid to the There will be a service at Rockledge WHOLESALE GROCERS t

made business In the erection of chapel next Sunday morning at 10:30.:
.nlejr Kltchlng a trip a Urge addition to his

JbaHtian, Wednesday, returning on dwelling. Mr. Vreeland, o{ Wabasso is DR L. A. P E II:PHVUIOIAX AXI> S"ItlltON. Oeo Glngrass left, Sunday for Palm .

venlng train. foreman on the job. and Kesitlonre. Friday. Malbonma.afternoon Ea" Gallic, Ttietiday launches.Beach and down rlvor points with three Fruit and Produce Jobbers. ,

0 Boat Coast Fish company are Mr. and Mrs. II. Jennings, with a few

ilnjf quite a large quantity of fish to friends, had their first game on their Subscriptions for the Plumbers to put In steam heat at the

era markets. cement court last Friday, which is the the pink paper of the East Coast ADVOCATK, will be, New Rockledge Hotel arrived last Mon Corner Bay nnd Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
first
cement court ever built here and is day, and are stopping at White'
: received at the cottage
Woodward and Melbourne
as. Mr. and Mrs. a grand Postoffioe.Oeo. ,
spent the day, Sunday, down at the success. The plasterers are at work on some/ I WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED. i

In Mr. Wo dward's launch. Rev. 1.. J. Sawyer oarlved home last Phillips returned from Cocoa on the cottages at L. F. Pette's place. They ,

shlnff/ on the railroad bridge for Jew.I at week Talluliih from; a few Falls weeks, Ga. vacation lIe was spent well Monday. I ocqupancy.are being) finished and put in order for PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY. I

I, a favorite pastime for our citizens pleased with the climate and Herbert ConkHuff, of Wabasso was In I Seed Potatoes, Sued Peanuts and Cow Peasln season. -
fish are quite plentiful down at ther. well as the accommodation. scenery as town, Tuesday: Mr. anti Mrs. Hnlllday and son, rein I
lives! Horn[ and Mrn. H. H. Wllliama tWo solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables.
The piano for our Mrs. L. G Brnlnard of Valkarfa, was have been '; ,. ,II
new club house visiting thorn for a-'w'-k: _._ ,
Bell and E. Sbultz In ----- -- ,
arrived Mon- town --- -- ------ --- --
arrived last week and was properly Monday.R. Their home i Is In Jacksonville.Mrs. .

,and which started Mr. Bell work will on the build".room for John cob-I II placed is any judge In the our dance ladles hall.exercised If the writer town. p. Foddtaon of Fort Pierce, was In O. S. Hardoe and the other memo South Rockledge.Miss MALARIA ANDYELLOW I
good ou Sunday
evening.We bar of
lIon.
I inl.j judgment in their selection. (K S. Hardoe's family, who
are glad to know that Mrs. Charles remained to visit a while longer at Janes
C. Hancock arrived Friday evening Capt. J. II. Andrews, who had a slight Odin Is improving In health. vllle, \Via., arrived home last Sunday Salllo Magruder la quite sick with
JACK
I Cairo, 111.) and Is prepared to stay.Hancock billions attack during/ the past week, we afterpoon. liver trouble. t
brought his building plans I are glad to know is out Mrs. Frank Fee went to Fort Tierce
him and will build at again. The Mr. and Mrs. (!I. W. Harrison Mrs. II. J. Smith and 1 family are expected .
to visit arrived
once. Saturday, her folks.
Captain speaks in Hn'IIIl,
very high terms of Dr home from, their hero next: week (From N. Y. < January, 1110:1.: )

nday School at 10:15: : every Sunday McClinton, of Jensen, who attended him; Wm. Glenaon, of Eau Oallle, wns In friends and relatives summer visiting. among "The widow of Dr.Illzt'nre. who lathe I.
Thou. Hogarth; has been appointed during his illness. town last week calling on friends. Tuesday lu New Jersey on J.V.. Naylor Is doing some' carpenter employ of the Uovt'rumeot vent f
rinlendant Miss Ida Baker evening. Mr. Harrison's health work for K. M. Breeze this week. to Cuba, wns inoculated with Yellow j
; sec ream The writer Is has been
still}
very anxiously awaiting There few poor. ,
are
treasurer, and there Is a Rood for our ladies to a furnished houses J. J. White, proprietor of White Cot. Fever: through mosquito bites,and died I,
the
tiame date for and
of teachers. Let everybody come) opening dance of the season it will the cottages In Melbourne for rent. Oeo. N. Hatch Is off on a tilp to the tage. was visiting at Mr. Salmon's, on applied to Congress for relief to-day."

next Sunday. take time to practice and get as both feel Charlos Horton and son, Howard of west side. He wilt be joined Thursday Sunday. The above tells: of the sad culmination I'
Fort or Friday by Garrett of a series of experiment by the
Pierce
In and
to dance were town Tuesday. Vanlloute
alike
i lee May Hudson of Tine Bluff, Ark. the other as one is a methodist and I they will be gono for a week or two on a Our genial postmaster and daughter, Government, all of which proved conclusively
t two days here this week, visiting won't dance at all. Miss ?McFarland Is having her pretty hunt on the west side. Atone were calling on friends here the that the familiar mosquito Is

friend Miss Amy Kitchlng. Miss Miss May.Hudson, of Tine Bluff, Ark., cottage freshly- painted, ready for winterjtueRt.s. other day.M. n diingorotiH: vehicle for carrying Mnliirlu t
lon, is one of the admirers Mrs. J. K. Taylor and Miss Flora
greatest I who has Tay. -
been her : "Yellow Jack and other malarial
visiting uncle ,
anc C. Salmon
lu at home
lorlda we have ever seen and lor, mother and sister of :Mr. J. W. again, and I Is '
spends I
Tay.
family Mr. Fred Hudson of this place R. W Beau jean gave a Bailing party busy and fevers.
lor making a garden out
of her time came last setting
most while here ,
in boat- Saturday from Guiana
left last Friday for Stuart, Palm Beach to a number of his friends last Saturday I
Ills., their home malcean extended orange trees.
fishing to
swimming etc. On Satur. and Miami, where she will visit friends evening
morning Miss lIudson, Miss Kttoh- :Miss Hudson Is a very refined and accom 'visit with Mr. and Mrs. John W. Taylor. Never before, so early In the season ;

and Stanley Kitching went fishing pllshed young lady and has made a host I Messrs.Hoot Hoke, Brown, Emil, Beaujeanand A. II. Smith and L. Aiken have been were there so many enquiries cottages
10 railroad bridge and within an I Ir of friends are busy building the new to rent a* now. /r-
during her stay here, who will!I Brown AnoArnH the nn.t week In rtutMtifV *n....*h_
had caught and landed two large always welcome her return. store. era l large refi'lgemi.rr; r :- ; ;
Mr. Bradford A
/ which general cleaning up of all the riverfront
fish weighed 80 and 90
pounds I Our energetic residents are still striv Mrs. Jennie Goode left for :Miami, last I the stockman, which he expects to ship la now In progress and will be 1\ 'C V.

t" ing to build up and have every convenience time Saturday where she will spend some to a down river point. Mr. Smith I Is an great Improvement to thelooks of the p
with
her
son. at
expert making a refrigerator. place.
possible, the latest Is a telephone

i.JRONCniTIS Minerva FOR 20 'TEARS.- line connecting Tibbals, Eden, Jensen: Earnest Taylor, of Eau Oallle, with a Word came to Kockledge on Tuesday, We wore little surprised to see the
Smith, of Danville III., and Waveland and later on to be, party of friend were in town last Sunday that Mrs. H. J. /Smith, of Pompton Times-Union and Citizen' estimate of Those who nre exposed to monoutton f
tea "I had
: bronchitis for twentys extended to Stuart, on south, and St. the guests of West house. Lakes, N. J.. had lost her son, Clarence the orange crop of 22,1X10 boxes for lire or other malarial Influence* should taTte
and never got relief until 1 used I IIy's !.ucle. on the north death. warning. Iron la! the fighting element
and intermediate by This Is
I a heavy aflllotion to vard It
Mrs. Goode county. gives Bockledge 10.IMH) '
Margaret
went to Rosoland ,
lloney and Tar
which
Is ,
a sure points With this hi the blond and provides with
shell nature
our
roads pood lady and
we can family. None who and Merrltta Island 10,000.(
Kockleilg
('. Contains Tuesday to spend a few days with her
no opiates. For sale
either go see or stay at home and visit I remember Clarence sufficient resistance to wnrd off disease. I
Mrs. I Smith's: bright anti and Morritts Island can easily furnish
daughter L.
H.; n. Wilson & Son.Eden.. C. Moore.
: : But If the blood la
with our friends In nelcrhborlocr towns. sunny fllnn. his cheel'/'II) t.i'AMnnoA- nn" 2)00( ()) but 2WM) Is much too small for impure} or Impoverished I
Miss Gertrude kindly ways, always 8 fll'i.nd. kind; : the balance of the county. or If there la weakness, It
England is now cosily A DOZEN TIMES A NIQI1T. Mr that the !
located can but fool that the death of this meuiia fighting qualities of the
In her new cottage, which was 'Owen Dunn, of Benton Ferry W. Va., ninu Is their own personal loss. young I Itlrtfifl liitvn luttkti lnw >r fl-, and onliNe-

completed about a week ago, by contractors writes: "I have had kidney and bladder one in this community extends to Every.Mrs GREENBACK DOLLAR BILL. fluently thorp la danger. If you woululescape
and builders Klopp &: Roylance trouble for and It, became bad keep' the blood and
so
years Smith
' and her family their pure properly -
reparatlo 's for winter gardening are who did themselves much credit as didal80 that I was sympathiesand (
obliged to get up at least a In nourished with
their
ngon.Irs.[ Miss England In the planning of the dozen times a night. I never received grief prayers deep affliction and i[: 1I'riltm fur the .1ll'OI'CI".l .

W. F. Richards wag the guest of building, which is second to none in this any permanent benefit from any medIcine Talk nhnnt yer
place for convenience as well as until I tried A BlimiiiK), trn.tr.r""R Dr. Harter's
). Ed. Andrews, on Tuesday. appearance Foley's Kidney Cure. After No danger of it
consumption if !
and she Is now showing her skill using two bottlos, I am cured." For you use I)n anything to help yttWlion ;
11'. and Mrs. W. R. Hardee and baby ns a landscape gardner In the beautify. sale by B. 1C. Wilson A Son. born Foley's Honey and Tar lo cure that stub. a fuller' hi tight. :

ted Mrs. John Miller on Sunday. ing of her front yard. cough. For sale by Wilson A Son. lIiat'. all itiifTaml) non, .onii_ Iron TonicIt :
All ,,,",,ty konrltm' chat;
'V. and Mrs. Frank Richards and fam- HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR cures They tell ya much thiit'n common

nade a trip to Fort Pierce last TuesIn SPENT MORE THAN $1OOO.-W. W. all blond nnd skin diseases. For sale by Georgiana. An wear to It at that supplies the blood with Iron In .a i

Mr. Harry Richard's launch. Baker of Plain view. Neb., writes: "My B.R. Wilson &: Son, Tltusvlll. Fla.. Thar* one tit at'. trlml an* trll"t, ,., natural way. It is rerognl/.ed every '
wife suffered from lung trouble for fifteen Will ."tick thro' thick sit.) tutu| where as the brat blood purifier and)
lank river Bell front\ Is stirring up the things along years. She tried a number of doctors I Mr. Baldwin was matting some needed An A happy nittlii II liBxt the to nmrtal him. tonic iu use, and It baa been used tot \
making road wider
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and spent over without St. Lucie" : repairs Mr. White' house half u century.
getting It ready for the shell which $1,000 relief. Monday.Mrs. HU naino l I. William Ormmluwk, i iRJ ,
ally seems to be a possibility. She became very low and lost all hope. Bower and daughter took tea with Or Ormiilinvk Dollar DIll t !: houston, Tx., Aug., 1901. '
A friend recommened Foley's Honey and tfi's. Hughes Ye. all know the. fellvr. ,
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"hav
and Miss Burchllol "I une neon Sunday School gave an enter- Tar, and thanks to this great: remedy It Tom Russell on the sick list. day afternoon. on Sun An' love him tit to kill, Iron Tonic injmnlf, and In my

went lane Sunday. The delegates saved her life. She enjoys better healththan Clarence Summerlln and wife are at Hilly U a worker family for over twenty-nva years, and ,
our Sunday l School: who attended, she has known In ten years." Re- home again.T. Walter Llndaberry Is putting out a Ho.Htt's never. tlml nut; can psrtioul.riv.Iusbieto heartily recommend Ik.wsrdoil'me.lariat I rawra It t
a.
J much pleased with the program, fuse substitutes. For sale by B. R. Wilson fine field at pineapples on his pluue south An help makm the the Strong weaker to. not.tlllt.along.., and other 'e".,*. i i;
led out by the children and interest- A\: Son.HANCOCK'S. P. Chase: is having land cleared fora of Dr. Wlllfeld's. J. H. HATM, i.
i lends. grape fruit grove. Hilly l I" a shy oln OIIHII, Land and Emigration A(I.. Frl.co LID" ,

The weather is cool and her Miss Myrtle Burohflol returned from Hut Ha ono don't ynii vliiini win up to with yer.MlUtf you,, (II.IM |..r..IM'..1 *.*.** tt.llnll' I is ft..'''.) f:
pleasant and two weeks visit
iprovements are the order of the LIQUID SULPHURcures will\ Miss Mary fie', trusty. tried i an* true
at Ruxton and the fishing continues good.M. Holmes at Hharpes last '
Heat
Netherby. Newes Prickly in one application at B. Friday. She
\ I A Flue Place For
; are being set out, new grass Is K. Wilson & Son's drug score. Daniels will leave here the last ol enjoyed her visit very much. Hilly,/.. .*..n.a.._fiinnln.un. i .n.,'n._.olmpfHa !.. .,.J_I... _.Iu......_...., Sale !
!{ planted.Mis.. N. Saunders has a the month to truck in Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. hughes gives all air o' neatness. \
1 shell road laid from the main road and Miss Burchfle A..' put tllll hogK/inl. / out. 200 feet on Indian River and running

o her packing house. White City. School has opened here with ten pupils. pleasant Mrs.afternoon A. L. Bruner spent a very Tltepreuetiermsn. h...'* nilty ''h'lI. back 80nft. to county road | a lot adjoin. i
Miss King is the teacher. at the hospitable Ha 'liMika you thro' an' tlirou, lug 138ft., river hunt running back
"is. S. Willman, of Menominee, Mich., home of Mr. and Mrs. White on! Monday. An' talk powerful futdlilu'Wliaii 140ft( ; on a bluff 20ft. above the river
spent three months last winter vIII t- Mr. and Mrs. Ben iiooy arrived from llllly'i III the |i w.He which \Is salt and
A. L. Bruner has water three miles
Mrs. Fransen almost finished I
was the AtUutlo the
vith her daughter Mrs. W. F. Rich- guest of Mrs. City Wednesday evening. They toll I
new house for the you tales of other tlmen, wide at this place.
, and other friends on Indian River, Lament last Monday.W. are at the home of Senator Quay. Kenosbo Misses Bond, of Anti KillK ynii what I to do. House of six has been
WIs. These ladles rooms kept
, with their Knowln' Hilly 'II .en.t a lime
,
well
pleased with Florida that she R. Robinson Is having work doneon Mr. Barn well, of Fort Pierce is now a two charming nIeces Misses Emily and An' maybe. quarUT too.The painted and in good repair; 25ft. from
lecided to make It her future home. his place here west of the river. Saint Lucieite, he being Edna down river bank, commanding bo"utlful.lew
ind Mrs. 'VIII employed by are expected about the first atora. mall tie* nice an' kind,!,,
with
man their twoenters Mr. Lamont went to Jensen last Sunday the Indian River Boat and Launon Co. of November. His nlutli' ," ara. neatly imulej of Indian River; stairs lead down to
: Misses Kittle and Grace, and II.'" all .u..nU"y. h. IVlmn *, the river, and a dock built out Into the
son, Kenneth are expected to ar- evening on business for several days. B Cross, the popular fish dealer of Howard Holmes, Mrs. Burns and \ Wlllluiu, oilmen to trade. water to accommodate small boats. A

in Fort Pierce sometime In Novein- Archie backer has rented F. O. Mo. Fort Fierce, has ordered a very tine daughter Miss Edith, of Canaveral,were The. fliirtor man tines all he call never-failing well with pump near kltoh-
Mullin's launch of the Indian River Boat and In town, Saturday:! buying It y. air really. JIll
house for the winter, and is goIng Launch supplies of He. ,ilmitor ; en door, and a never-falling spring of '
iffdale was the scene of a pleasant to work John Britt's place. Co. our wide awake merchant 0. D. Provost, Hut keep 7f111-"I.his aye on all 11111.Thar' trim. clear, cool, pure water a short distance
W. B. Cross who has just bought a stock of new from house. Home lot and !
erlng, last Saturday. Miss Margar- Will Jones Is working Oeo. Peters' Capt. Hogg and Major good which the many ""'I' -full) twenty icnre poultry yard
ebb had her many little friends place this season and Butler Jones will Anderson were pleasant visitors In Saint cles young"Indies are In esta- A lookln' aftrr HIM!! fenced with poultry netting. One house
i) to help her celebrate her first birth- work part of Mr.,Findley's land. Lucle on l Sunday: the guest of Captain over-"jusc lovely. Thar' sonia o' iu will ketch him, for poultry and Belgian hares 12x2:1: : feet,
Little T. P. CbiHte. The An winie hat never. will. and a smaller fancy poultry house.
Margaret, daintily dressed monument for the grave of :\Ira. r
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bite with pink ribbons, did the hon- Our young people gave Mr. Edgar Chester was brought down on the steam tort 1'I..rce. Flb -IIKR"1'II1. 71 orange trees just coming: Into bearIng '/

ery nicely: and as one little girl re- Frlpp a pleasant surprise last Friday, at NEVER ASK ADVICE when you er Canaveral on Thursday It weigh 2 grapefruit trees, 2 peach trees, 3 '

ced, "Oh, mama, she was so cute she the home of Mr. Orrel, in the way of a have a cough or cold, don't ask what Is about two tons, and all there Is not a, cuppernong grape vines-all beating

lit for tbe Queen's baby." She red party, which did not break up before good for It and get: some medicine with team In town that could haul It up the MEMORIES.'rlttfnfor .several... kumquats and guava bushes
' a number of nice nre anta. Mrs.b midnight little or no merrlt_and perhaps danger hill fal the cemeterv. IlfkptlAa MAnrfMfBll } .|A fr.rAAa ntwl tropical trees and Klirlirut
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, served cake, candy and lemonade Mrs. John'Traynor, who arrived from ous. ASK for OiO5 Honey and Tar Conrtenav, Is expected down; Tuesday, \\ thr A.1Jornlil..J JI near the house.A I

Iiis happy throng of twenty-nine New Jersey a few weeks ago, to join her the greatest throat nod lung remedy II with his double team and heavy wagon I wamlr-red o'er the good county rnnd along near river
i all went home, wishing Miss Mar- husband who has been here for. some cures coughs and colds quickly b'or to haul It to Its place. George Chester: I h>ar-l the ti many happy returns of the day. months, thinks the mosquitoes are entirely sale by li. R. Wilson.&: Son. Is down personally overseeing the work. 11l1I.I .... III"| '" that va."xpitniMi eleven miles north, to Kludge, a beau
That Hint ami dunned tiful winter rem.rt. nine miles outb with
I ),and was n 0 niora.Anil ,
too numerous and above all, too The many friends of Mr. Myrtle B/"ld. then
VATOH THE KIDNEYS."-"When hungry. A FEW APPLICATIONS of Hancock' win Brown, formerly' of this place, but Tl. tI,,,,lffllNtlMl from' mirth lllMIIH,my, im thoiiffht I hllfll, were drawn City Point between. Itailrond. station i--

are affected, life is In danger," says Our young folks are arranging for a Liquid Sulphur:! will cure any cane of now of Plant City, will be glad to know Whore. .......11... peril 'nor llfe'a storm milo weNt Poutwfllce! and school near.
Vbernethy, the great English physi- literary entertainment, toe given at the Ground Itch, at B. K. Wilson A: Son's. that her husband, who has been so low mi enter there ha).ml t a sky Five ncr* of very fine fruit Inml near

Foley's Kidney Cure makes sound school house very soon, and all know It with typhoid fever has recovered suf Oh. iloum of I leaven. nermmly' brlicht. station (from which a little was given for

ays. For sale by Wilson & Hon.: will be a success for It Is under the efficient Lotus.Beans ficiently to be able to leave MI bed. The A Would father kln I nmld.. a' iiiothur lift 'thy, veil iluar and, MM sect I.ij houses. ) contal ni rig a beautiful i

management of our school teacher unceasing and ever watchful loving and! A noldier holland\ .1.l 'let. t"nl. young peuch oichM of Jon II" es, mostly

Miss G. Harris. tender care of her husband by the young rhey *... lured In. bearing, hors a fine crop thin year;
my nmw from
Fort Pierce. and devoted wife, no doubt saved his I., thrtC inyMerloim rwalin gone nhovH me trait good size and exceedingly/ rich ,\
Our mall carrier, II. Tall mage, who are looking fine. life<< as quite a number In tbe Immediate I[ mlfla tIle iiweHtvuiid teniliir thiinitlit flavor A little house nnnr. arm Inn always -

has given: us good: l service for a year anda I'rof. Macey visited the school here vicinity also had tbe disease, and all ol From faithfut heart of wait lova. rents for *! or 11.30 per month.

ne very handsome furniture arrived half baa bad to give up the positionon Tuesday. them died except Mr. Brown. A Ihoiuand weary mile awar: Experts pronounce this soil particularly
t. Andrews account of ill-health, and Charles Again my Northern, home I am,
last
week.
church adapted to culture, Price ad
. I O'Donald has taken It for the rest of the Quite a cumber of the farmers have Its lowering hllln,and l violet' dallH, grape by
,. Bell has just finished an additioni term-18 months.D. stopped planting till spring. DANGER IN FALL COLDS.-Cold* And M>iiK-t>lr
house. In the shape of a kitchen. are liable to hang on all winter leaving Within that home seen to dwall II Rrd6 vtlle, Fla. ,
E. Austin erecting fence around T. O. Ronald writes that be will soon the seed of pneumonia, bronchitis or The roM" wln'ln h''......the hrown leaves. whirl'
T. McCarty and son Dan, of Eldred his cottage. L. Campbell has built a be In Cioodall thence on home. consumption. Foley's Honey and Tar My f tli..,'. ..., farewvll I beer, A Jtare Chance.
May Oixl lileii.you, own dear "
pleasant soy girl.
visitors in town Tuesday.k (ence around his residence
on Midway, Oranges are showing up good size anda cures quickly .nd prevent serious result -

Russell, of Eden, has been a fre- near the saw mill and A. Christensen few grapefruit are showing color. *. It Is old and reliable tried and J In Th.lr thixa.rt great IA .mannlon........t.' from In t the nr..ky..!,! aln. II 1fl..IIfl'r..s, ftftft; feet trontalre 011
". visitor In Fort Pierce lately. There I ha put a new fence In front of his place, tested safe and sure, contain no opiate. Though *....w* HfMiti their m..n"il.l' ., Indian and Banana rivers. be some attraction here. which Is a little nearer town. So the Mosquitoes have about bid ns adieu and will not constipate. For sale by Ant gleaming fruau where tlnwar bar baan. citrus trees, about half coming Into

i good work of Improvement goea on. for this year and we are all thankful. It. R. WlUon A:; Son. Than back to earth my thoughts now try. bearing, orange: tangerine,
-I8rs. Frank jrrape-
and Harry Richards of The school Is progressing nicely under Afar I kink liar ones to greet fruit, kumquats, 0 bearing
and l Stuart I writ their mangoen
: were shaking hands Human ";Hln the .and
their friends here America's Famous Beauties the management of Miss Willie King. Indianola. I watch the vowing of tlialr' (....t.I 4 bearing avocadoes 14,000/ bearing
many Tuesday.
pines, Wit) to 400 bearl
Miss Kate Prink visitor walk again: th. aaa'elr*shore tlg I'uayas.besidesgrapes
Look with horror on skin eruptions was a to, Mrs. ,
loreton banana
Murray salesman lIner ... ,perslmiiioniij
traveling happy*> I can see I nursery
lara Bros., Jacksonville, was In blotches, sores, pimples. They don'thave Walker'Tuesday night and Wednesday. Father, forgive; I irlll not mourn. of about I,0114)/ sour orange tree ready
Wednesday visiting our merchants. them, nor will any one, who nsesBucklen' C. L. Wilkinson I Is assisting J. N. In Nfr and )frs. J. M. Field spent Sunday Whlla Joy like thena ...,naln fur m... to bud, a few peach trees,3 acres vegetable

Arnica l Halve: It glorifies the Chalker tblll week, over at lionaventure. Georgiana. Though skies for ma be ovamwl land, 4-Inch artesian well, large
Rev. Dr. Moore held services In face. Eczema or Halt Rheum vanish before School And it..a.1 l leaves blow, and tampaat fall, wharf, drive well soft water
(ethodlsc church, last Sunday to It. It cures sore lips, chapped hands, Dr. Capron and family who have been opened SIonday with Miss Will- I will n.l mrniur. nor oomplaln. "- 8roomilweltingstore
ette Forest as teacher, and little Roxle I know (jo,,'* hand I*war all building, packinghouse
congregations both morning and chilblains. Infallible for piles. 25cta at I' spending tome time at Goodall, are ex tool house
Knight of the warehouse, :U-ton Ice box
as one pupils.S.
OJ{. pected home MIM. E. H. A, Cna.. ,
B. K. Wilson A: Son's drug store. soon. gain Lucia, 51*. 2 arrv 01 poultry yard. Fruit this
\t-. Field cut about elirht nalmfltto ..An- C'iui _
understand that Miss Grace Tax will brlnll' : A A iffY_ .. .*.
ill leave here shortly for St. Dade Land For Sale. Goes Like Hot Cake logs in the Sanders har m ck.nTI'were ., rom vegetable'land will keep :
. Aug- County made Into a raft and floated down HIM Life lu 1'erll. up grove.
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where she will go Into training "The fastest selling article I have In the 1 A. MCMILLAN r
river to the Crawford: place for tbe
"I
urse. She! will be greatly missed my store" writes druggist C. T. Smith: new dock piece just" writes seemed to have gone all to Eau: Gal lie, Fla.

young people here. For sale, cheap, the northeast quarter of Davis, K,.. "Is Dr. King's New Discovery Alfred Bee, of Welfare
Tex. "fclllousneM
bad
southeast quarter of section 3, town for Consumption Coughs and Humphry A Nlsbet have the contract and a lame back For Hale.

Out of ship 38, south of range 41 east; close to Colds, because It always cures. In my for a five or six room cottage to be made life a burden. I couldn't eat or
Death's Jaws. sleep l and felt almost
O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on six: years of sales It has never failed. I erected upon the D. A. Carter place work too worn out to An Ideal home on Indian River; about
len death seemed very near from a St Lucie River; 4O acres. have known it to save sufferers from work to commence about the first of when I began to use Electric Biter seven acres of land; good house painted

stomach and liver trouble, that I Also, the northeast quarter of northeast throat and lung disease, who could get November.As *, but like they worked wonders. Now I and In good repair fruit trees, shad

tiered with for years," writes P. quarter of section 18, township 38, no help from doctors or any other rem I Mr. Nlsbet and Miss Lapbara were sleep alned In strength a top can and eat anything have" trees, tropical shrubs and flower A.

Durham N. C., Dr. King's New I south W range 41 east; on south fork of edy." Mother rely on It, best physician driving up to CourteD Y. last Saturday, ,'hey' give visions health enjoy hard work. ever falling spring of pure water. Price

Ills't. saved my life and gave perfect St. Lucie River; 40 acre Apply to prescribe It, and B. R. Wilson A:; Son rattlesnake crossed the road just In to weak, sickly run-down and new life moderate, good reason for selling. 70,

at Best pills oo earth and only OKAS. II. WALTOX, I gUarantee satisfaction or refund price. front of them. Mr. Nlsbet killed It with I them. Only nOde at II. K.people.Wilson Try A ,, farther particulars address, .

Wilson &: Son' drug store. TKusville, Fla. Trial bottlev-free. Beg. sizes Mo. and $1. his whip. Boo's drug; store. Care ADVOCATE:, Tltasvlllejria.IMW.C.! ,





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UP tended to divide the forces Into two s EAST
Free and 'THe COAST or TUMID
.
I'I' ;':'JL't (I r .Accented Masons. parties and to enter ourwtltaneously:. u PARADISE REGAINED.! ;
\ by the north and south gates but aa
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r,;I)f the latter' was somewhat hidden by beX ',9

,;N t it! ah dwellings and could Dot be found readIly -

I" ''l:h J Indian No. 90Titusville the force united at the north 0 flORIBA EAST COAST RAILWAY.!

gate or the corner ot Front and North ,

E'E'I I River .. Church streets. When the men had

j; I it stealthily entered, they spread five or / LOCAL TIME CARD No. 42.: In Effect Aug. 28
r 1902
d Lodge.;: fV \ Florida. more men stationing- themselves' about r % JflpF

1 holds) It"*DientinK thonocond and fourth Frt> each house, and at n given signal the teUTMBOUND-llAB DOWN. KORTHBOUNDMe. !
; lay of each month, a.-their room, Indian KUerHotelTltu drDNN.
"nlle, at 7.KP: n'cltM-k; I.| in. dwellings were flred by the torch -
J. It. Walker Worshipful Muter.J. whereupon the slaughtering of the unBUBpWtlng U **. !. ... II MAIN LINE.LT. No. TO 'I, *' *?
UaUyeoo'a
... t'arrutharii Senior Warden. Daiq
, settlers began. a '
J T. H rtai.dem. Junior Warden.J. Ja117'J.qf
M. Dliccm, Xraurer.K. One house was spared by orders ,
A. Moifrnn, Secretary.J of the of Canada. It ........ 09 p 19 15 av ...,............ .. 7' CD" .
K. Drown, chaplain.J. ; governor was ........ f 01 w II.. LT............Booth Jaok.onvili.............iii I III i) ,,,1-
D. Screven Senior Deacon. that of Captain Sunder Glen' and this ........ 1 11 pI"f a : ..............,.flt. .UI'QIIi"............... :; 100 p ; fu w "...
K. K. Mime, Jr.f Junior Deacon. was because. of a former kindness t a ........ I tS plot p ..........-..... 11 I I"' 7 (Ot ...... I
H. 0>. Van land.nKliatu. Senior Steward. y ........ Dp II :..............Sa CS p''' j .1.
'i la 11'. )I. Taylor. Junior Steward. shown to captive Frenchmen. The ........ iii p ... ................... .ia. o | ."ti..a
, I P. W. Wiert.'tyler. ancient residence 'Is standing today .....- its N p ... ...........,...... Ha.ttng..5. iii'18IV' t< M t I' ",l lli j"'"
1 ., .......: P 1 II p "................. r.. .
54
r --- --- -- --------- and although filtered In parts la at ........ Jfl p SIp .................. ,, 5 a.1'-.. ,
' once recognized: as a landmark aa well ........ 8 30 P II .................. l )j .-..
WipedOut Cruel IMP 101- p" ...... .........PortOr& jr................. 3M p r.<. Jt.Ii ..
an a reminder of tho fearful night of, tMp lID P ..............Jiew Bmlruse./.......... a "I.6 .,"
i' Massacre two centuries 'ago. It stands theMohawks / 2tft ........ 1.1 p .. ..................Oak HI 11TUu.Tlllo.................. .' I i i.? p'' t ".". 1,1,
upon 00 ........ In" N ................. ................. N 1 U '' I
In aNew bank beneath a grove of ........ ....... I 98 p ." ................. Cocoa .........,..... 113 p p lIi. I
; ," byIndians ancient elms. ........ :....... 401 p .................RoekledQe.: .............. 11D P,, .... .,-
I YorkTown I ........ ........ 4 M p ................ Eau. Oalil* ................ 11 Up. .. I I..+
: In the morning the result of the destructive I 1. .I ........ ........ 4" p ................ W.!bourn. ................ 33 p ."'-
Ili'' ; + In .. ... lip" ................. ftabatlau..i..j..M.. *' 1113 I .w
onslaught ioutu be seen. ..::.... :.:::.:. 68 p ................. St. Luolft. ............. .. 11 OS a a i iHOD "."
L! 1690 Loss than half a dozen of the dwellings Tri ........ ........ 10 P .. .............. Pl.ro. ...........n..... I "..
could be discerned through the '. -'SVeekly Sailings. ........ ........ .8 p ................watt. Olty.:...........?. 10 41 '"'' ....
I' The of Schenectady theo ........ ........ I t1 p ............... *.Xiuttalls.................. 1981 "I ...
massacre by /
1 t. uprurllng 'cloud of smoke and the ........ ........ .i a p "..................... KCWQ. .................. N 10 LM "I' '" ;a
:;, French and Indians on the night of few souls spared hardly suGlced 'to Inter BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling ........ ........ ; p ......... .........Jen.en....."",......... ** 10 YD a '" "
t/l ........ ........ 00 p : ............... Btumrt ............... 1014. :: '
Feb. 8, 1000 forms one of the most the dead, Resting until 11 o'clock ........ ........ i 10 p : ................Robe.o.nd................ 0 44Si o ". ..' ::'
I thrilling incidents lu the history of the French begun' their retreat taking at Charleston. S. C., both ways) ........ ........ ts p N''.............. Wrs t Japltcr. ............... f a .. 1"...,
RIit' 4 ........ ........ K p .............W..t Palm Beach............. .-
,\ New York state. The town at that time with them twenty-seven prisoners ........ ....... i . n a ....
I'' iti and fifty boys laden with plunder. The Finest Steamships the Coastwise Service. ........ .. ...: ( M p :: ..............Ft. L.ud.rdal.:..:.......... //8" a,, .. .. :::
bore its Dutch title, Corlear. Sixty- ........ ..::....10 11 p ..............,-.L moo city............... ,' a ..1. .y
t it two men women and children were Nineteen of their men perished In tbe ........ ........1030" Ar............. ...... Miaml.T........... ......I.T (I a "'I
retreat and those who survived saved --
Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
The
killed, twenty-nine taken prisoners BUFFET rABLOB CARl OH TRAINS U AND 78.
I themselres; only by killing the horses. .
l Direct.Service! Between
and seventy houses. were burned, but
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d I*Among the houses ordered to be saved BRANCH LINES BOUBDULE3.
six encnplng the fl.rmes.' :. was that of the minister at the settlement Jacksonville, Boston Providence and all Eastern Points
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jMiqj The conflict between England and but that he might be taken alive N*. 87 N.. 15Daily. No. 63 No. 49Dally. No. 47 FAIiATKA N.. 499HA.NCK. No. 4a Ne,101 I No,1Daffy. /
Calling at Charleston S. 0., both ways) Datly. Daily. I Mti
i Daily
France in 1CS8 wns In great measure HO aa to obtain Information under f Dally. Dally. Haiiy, ,,k

.1 Iit responsible for the attack at Sehenec- oath but as no one could distinguish Southbound........ ................BKMI-WLKKLY..... ... .. .. ..SAILIXG3.. ... .....:... .from' Lewis AVliart, IkMtonNorthtwund 3 p flip p 410p10Wp a p 11 4 a e e4iaArE.Paiatka its a v P atka r a a 4 p y l l'TSOp
I'' tady two years biter. The 'French inV his house It was destroyed' There .. ... .... ....... .. ........ .. .. .... .....from loot of Catherine 8tr"et JoWltllonvlUe s gNe

l k,,' Canada desired to strike n stunning was barely n handful of Dutchmen -- e7, Na 4/, BAN MATZO 88ANC$. I No,1e I hN
Dilly
i blow at the English by capturing otb l left to tell the tale on the morning following St. Johns River .Line. Daily Da6y, jet

1 Albnny! and Kehenectady!' To "send' ann the in'Last .he. Clyde 7 V 0 lU a v,... ................... ..e slat ...,....... .. ,..,.. .. Ar'' e I IBon7y

army from Montreal 2i)0) miles distant (Denary Line.)
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE WAY BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND IU: FOlttJ. ,
'yI1.n MAYPOHT :BRAN OR. Datlj I00n
Take Laxative IJromo Quinine Tablets: Stopping at Pulatkn Aitor SE. rranola, Haresford ([h Land). Blue Spring and intermediate landings ( ._ llf t1

1 a Ir AU druggists refund the if it falls on the 8s.. Jotlu'a IUv..r. -1100 0Ii.. to ." ............J..ek.on.ll1e ............Ar .. '"u-so iiTliI'I
money STEAMER "CITY OF JACKSOX VI ..LIV\: .08 18. 808 p,9, : ........ .80. JaclitllOn.IU..L. Tit I
i ,' b -S to cure. E. \V, Grove's signature is on 8 40 p I,0 4a a 033 142 .[ .... ..:...P.blo B.ach............ u I 7 ( a e 11 bl a I I,
each box.2.r>cta.nieh IS APPOINTED:! TO BAIL A3 FALLOWS: S .0 P /10 a e. p .111. :.....,...,Atlantis Bea. .......... .. 700 a II f6. i ,
Ixjava. Foot Catherine Street Jacksonville 3.30: p.m... . .. .. .. Rundnyn TuPBil.iy*and Tlunlays 100_P 011 a 7 CO P I 1186. ...... .... ... Maypor' ..............L. 41 46. 1110. l.i1 ON
Leave Sanford aNtann.l . ..... ..'.''''' ''''''' .... .. .. Moniluys' Wvilnemlajit. irlilujn >. ,
L.
y lit
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; t D.IIy
f i k [Man IVuntu to Carry Mall. Gen'l Passenger and Ticket OffIce 204 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville. B=. 'UN.I'OBD- BRANOH I ilea: B:. OB..N'Om OrI'T RANCR: h
4 General( RrrrlcinrtdK CaatlemA I Sun. S"n. IIun. I1.
f' john A.c. HAGEltTY, Eaat'n Pans. Agt.N F.' M. lUONMOVUKR oJ...., A...t.. Gen.Pass. Agt. o5& v. ......... ltu.vll ........... 1d p 1 o I' y..N..8myrn... ..... ,
1 Ii{ n wants to be messenger for the 19 BUM 8t.. New York I :IKH Went Hay' Jacksonville, Fla. 11Lv.............. ..mll..L. flip 411 P Lv..Lak.R.len..L. All
a I government between I'lonwnnt Hill.. InMereor TIIO9. D. HALEY, Local Jo"1'8lltbtAJ/8nt.: I O. P.LOVKI.L, Ami f la. Su .t.. 883. Lv..O..t.. ..:......... It el a 4 "I'L..Or&n! ,.. C +lq,
ty.
e foot Uoxan St,Jm-k ouville. Fla.. '| Foot Uogait. St., Jacks.nvllle, Fla.. 55.1! L..j......., ... ........,.... 11 alo 4 tI P Ar..Oranle Cltylunot..LtN... .L9I1
,, l' Bounty. Ky.. nud Bmgln. He JOHN. L. HOWARD.8uperinteud'nt.'Foot' Hogan St., Jacksonville! Fla. e &ta Ar ...........S.'forrl.. ... ... 1..11'10. )
i 1 t w Is n rich man. full of honors In life and THEO. O. KORK!: General Ma.utcer. WM. f JI.YUI': I'CO., Icncral Agenta.Cbetebrouglt ,
; Buildmic. 19 State St..Opposite' Battery Park' New York. _*; ... Thoie Time Table. how fie tunes at "'h",'' tralai may be ezpeoto to arrive and dM
I owns a fine furor nt 1 I'lcnaiint 11111.. lie from the a-Te al ita'lonn. but their arrival o,'departure at the timee stated I* not .
ru.mn4 Agent .
C. 11. WALTON. TltiiMvllle I la.
nor doe*the bold
itielt
Company
wants to IJH niiill revponalble for any d.l./ or any ooueequeooa I its
carrier and anal
appointed'
_______ __ _u_______ trom.
promises to use u coach drawn by four

Jt << blooded horses. He thinks the mall Peninsular.,and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miami

4 service Is poor In his district and is 'SE.A.JB<>.A. I> BETWEEN MIAMA KKT WEST AND '
iVVV bidding for the appointment In the HAVANA.

,, hope of Improving' it.nlRRest AIR LINE RAILWAY. BOTTTHBOUND.IT. NOJLTKDOt7HD. I

r Miami. Mona. W...la..................11 Lv. BaTana,Th...... ..... .. 11"iLv' ..I
dt :b + rt I Ante on a Tour, tie ;"1''. Key W at,Tuea. Thura....,...........U tip I AI'' 11..,. W..,.T".PII...::.::: ......... IiAr ,'
i Lv. Key W."t.Thurt..................... ''
FOUSAVANXAH -- ? 19 9 K f West Ta... Th.r.!.............. !Ii!, '
I r-n x It. L. Rndfnrd of Hoston. with the HaTana. Krl' .... ...,.. ...... ........ 1\\ M. AF. )C...,', W, .ii a. Prig... ... ....... ..... t..j 'I
8 I" largest): nutoiiiolille ever built In Amorlea. COLUMBIA CAMDEN, SOUTHKKX PINES, RICHMOND. :For copy of too 1 Tim. Card address any ACB
I him in-rived, at Mllfonl N.
Center
WAS HISOTON, BALTIMORE PIlILADELmiA NEW YORK, J. D. RAHNER Aist. Gen. Pasi.
Agent. BT.VOR.
AUGUBTIN ILL,
T., salts; u Conpprston-n. (X. Y.I dlspatrh .
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the l ----
to t --
i'hiladelphin| Ledger. Ills ----------
Sp r .' .Two Elegant Trains Daily .
r liiiichliit wns ilenlaiK'11 anti built by t .., ...,"' ..... ..
i .a "" r -
1 vy himself. It hoi n double cvilnder and Florida and Metropolitan Limited '.v.

N of' r"l.t.I". liornfimwor, I barns citso -
line.. tind I is. built to c'lu''y, elilit or ten Seaboard Fast Mail.
R.I..
1 ,. V I pe'llllt. Tho xtontgc tank will' hold sufilI bmondVashlngton Baltimore
t 1 MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.ONLY .
I. dent gasoline to run the in.ichlne 2<>IQ Philadelphia Boston Atlanta

mill' LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers from Jacksonville_ to AshiJvtlle Chattanooga: Louisville
{
E New Orleans. Cincinnati St. Louis Kansas CityPittsbur

The li...t Prescription for Malaria __ Detroit ClevelandCHicaR'o.
Chills and Fever Is bottle of Drove's reservations ,'
a
For full Information and sleeper call on any Agent etc.
It Itl Tasteless Chill Tooio. It is simply iron '
r
and quinine in a tasteless form. No Seaboard, or writeA.

Cure, No Cure. Price COots. O. MAcDONELL, Asst. Gen. raw. Agt. Jacksonville, Florida.
tShgSOUIUfRN
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Sig MEN, WOMEN AND CIIIMJKKX!
: WEBB UAOBAC11KD. Admiral and Chaplain.On .

effort the return from n long cruise Admiral !::iIECI.A..x.... L<> ."rEi.TO : '
was an requiring pluck and endurance
Goldsborough's chaplain was
because tho march RAilWAY J JROUTE
N wall asked by the admiral whether or not -

( .P through a wllderncls'moat of the way. he considered the result, of bill Iubors8utlsractul'Y CALIFORNIA, COLORADO, UTAH OREGON, WASHINGTON MONTANA
i In the foVcsta the snow waa not Infrequently -
from a clerical standpoint. and the NORTHWEST,
nix feet lopp. It was m>8- "\es," he answered "the result has OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:'
to provisions for tweu WASTERS ATLANTIC R. R. and NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOUA
1 4 gary trnnsport\ been In the main most satisfactory.The VIA, '
} ,.( ty-two days nt lenat.i only serious Impediment to progress and ST. LOUIS RY. THe Southern's Palm Limited

There wore 210 persona in the nttnok- with the Bailors bus beeu that it
Ing party-114 !Frenchmen 80 Indian is ImposslMo to prevent their Wearing e'e Dixie Flyer: Route THe WasHington. RicHmond and

Buvugt'H from the Sault and 10 Algon- when they hear the olHcers! guiltyof Florida Limited
qulns. CommiindhiK them Lemolue and October 100)!.
was the very fault for which I correct During September : I'I
Y de Salute Iloleno,with Lieutenant d'All- C I THe: New York and Florida ExpressTO
lebout de Muuter uaatntltiK, and the them. For descriptive ma.tter. rates, schedule, etc., write to, or call on
Is not to be
"Tut tut man. that
THE
tart from Montreal was undo Jan. 11. E. J. WALKER, Florida Passenger Agent, EAST.
helped. The olHcers all swear, repliedthe

4'1' t They tl o'clock came on In the eight evening cf lAe chonectady of Feb., and at admiral. "1 do It myself some- 212 West! Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. THe CHicago and Florida Special

1' it hud boon planned to attack later tluic-s.; but I don't mean anythingnota C. E. HARMAN, Oen.PasB. Agt. II. F. SMITH, Traffic Manager THe
bit more than you do by your pray. Florida Limited
+ but the Intensity of the temperature Atlanta, Oa. Nashville, Tenn.
changed this.to'l ing. 70 THE NORTH AND WEST.

t cgs The vllluKe wna stockaded with pall- I

LI i ender of 1)1110 lugs ten feet hlKb. The I
j
t ) IncloHure was Hot lnrie, lows than half Atlantic Coast Line Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati via j j

y_ a m Ilo north and 1 Mouth or from the BONE FOODSoft R'y.The Asheville through "The Land of the Sky." :

1 : it present State street, where are the Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in

i principal stores of today, northward connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway I I

S ou Church street to Front street, the Great Through Car Line from Florlda.-ConnectlJn.: Pullman Sleeping. Cars and Hotel Dining: Cars on all through
and crooked bones
4j
I
batter thoroughfare paralleling the Mo- mean trains.
l ? hawk ou the north lu all only two bad feeding. Call the disease To the East Over its own rails to Savannah, Charleston, Richmond and Washington -
iy. blocks, but of more than common J thence via Pennsylvania K. U. Ask for Tlokctts via Souther Railway. C rr.spendence Solicited
rickets if The
1 want to.
length you To the West The Louisville A: Nashville, via Montgomery.
There were but two gates the growing child must cat the The Mobile &: Ohio 1C. It. via Montgomery.;
one at
H. F. CAREY Paw
FU. FLa.
AgU 103 V. Bay St JacUoavl3c
the south at State street which was right food for growth. Bones To the East Via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York, ,

the hlffhroaiT toward the east to Albany must have bone food blood ) Philadelphia and Boston. Via Norfolk steamer to New York 8. H. HARDVICK, V. It TAYLOE,
j; and the north gate, at the corner Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah:! and Merchapts .t
,t of North Chufeh Street. and Front must have blood food and so Miner Transportation! Company for Baltimore and Philadelphia.To General futfuger Agent., A.'t Gto.1 Paw Azt

I opening .n the roiid thnt led to Nlskayuua. on through the list.Scott's Key West and Havana, via Peninsular: Occidental Steamship Company. AtlaflU Ga.

There were eighty houses In Jaao.r715. 1909.THE
tula liiclmurp! at tlmt time, and It In recorded Emulsion is the right 1Vti1ait: o Ti.o? .c ts.: '

that there were JOU Inhabitants treatment for soft bones In Interchangeable mileage tickets, good over 13,000 miles of among the pI In. ::

I S.i 4 ., but these are sut
facts. At the corner of what is :
give the stiffness and shape MACHINE
now the Junction Washington north the undersigned will be CALKING
N and I Addresses of parties: In the sent to ,: liberally sup
1.2 Front streets, overlooking a branch of that healthy bones should have. plied with Information and handsome advertising matter. I

the Mohawk kuuwn us tile Illnnlo kill. I Bow legs become straighter, For Information as to rates, sleeping car reservation etc., call on or write toFRASK Patented In the United States, Great Britain and Canada I

wan a double Stockade fort gnrrlxoned W. D. STARK. .
HOYLSTOK
loose and C. *
by twenty-four men of Captain Juim- joints grow stronger Commercial Agent. Trav. Pa a. Agent. PRICE, $4.00 and $S.OO EACH Should:! be used by every Boat Builder in -hI' l'

than Hull's Connecticut company un firmness comes to the soft 138 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.T. .
'' al der Lieutenant Talmnilge. : In Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders In the United States.
+ it was heads. M. EMERSON H. ;SI. EMERSON, W. J. CRAIG
thought that this would afford security Traino Manager. Asst. Traffic Mgr. Oen'l. P 88. Agent. For Sale by
1 M1 until assistance. came from Wrong food caused the Jas. '
Albany on \VILMIXOTOX N. C. Pritchard & Son

I a sudden summons; but there being trouble. Right food will cure it. -- -- -- -- --- TITUSVILLE, v _, F.I tlnlDJ.
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antagonlMtn In the local government In thousands of Scott's
l t lethargy was profound In providing' cases WHITE'S CREAM SEE THE TESTIMONIAL FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDER-:

d r protection, and on the night; of the Emulsion has proven to be the ,

k massacre both pates were allowed to right food for soft bones in OR MS. X.t! JI Y.91 !
THE OFFICE
a remain open. The only extenuating childhood.Send. ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING

i fact in was that reliance had been placed for free Has Led an Worm neme 16$. I ..;YIOXe
the scouting party sent northward sample. for 20 Years All kinds of Commerclal'ItatloDery printed at the above office.
1. I I which had brought no warning. SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemists %> :SY: dia.:, :r.>: P.VC1FCi: X lEI-x'''. LETTERHEADS, NOTEIIEADS ENVELOPES DlLLIIEADS, SnIPf'. t1

The Invader crossed the :Mohawk 4O6-4IB Pearl Street. New York. "norbT ,. ,I I\P .,:M F'. BAWIARD, St. LouIs. ,
i
from the north ou the ice.. It 'waa.lu- SDC. and f .00. all dmggiit r....... _. "V_...__ -""'- ... ---- - ---.. TAGS CARDS, etc. etc., printed cheaply and expedltlous1

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TITUSV1LLE.ONTHKINDIANRIVER.. STORIES, OF EMILE ZOLA' per work nod managed to get a serial The Walton Block.PATENTED ,,' ,
uccepu-U now and then by one of the Self-Locking Pulley "

was comparatively comfortable

Effect of Superstitions on the until after 1 had begun tbe Uou-
INTIIE UNITED STATESjnnd! all CIVILIZED COUNTRIES
Roil'-Mnriiimrt. series. Then I met disaster
TITUSVILLE, Famous French Novelist IIJaha. I hud promised to furnish I .

I FLORIDA. two of the novels each year but This H :r.I".I.OCKINO TACKLE BLOCK: which hall Just been

GREATLY DREADED SEVENTEEN iimtMul It took me n your and a half to patented In' all the civilized countries throughout the world, will

write 111'. I "rim Into debt and was hoist and lower like any block and tackle, anti WILL STOP AND

sold out f house and home by bailiffs. AUTOMATICALLY: whenever
i> needed. :loft: Rope, Wire
J. G. BAST .
Propr.etor.DUCK Hack n.ar-
Ill Kxi *rl nc With a This 11\' .\- uioney distress lusted per Rope or Chain I can bi used.! Nothing to set out of ordcr.nny! person

At ..AI law That Nuntb.-AI".J' I.ett hap two yens Then 1 contrived to run mo It. NO CLEAT NEEDED.) The. annie device is used In
I j' Horn Left Foot Flr.t When Stnrt- 'reach n\ point beyond which povertyhas I
Cheek and Deck Blocks. Will hoist lower
and
SIIOOTING. look at will, fr.n
lair Out on llu.lue._Horrible Incident not troubled me.
% bulow or at any height, upside down or at any nnirU: nn ounce or 25;
and FISHING of Ills 'Youth-.Joke ou o t
Zola Is not usually regarded as a humorist i ton, according to the size and shape of thH tackle block. Only one

Rates: $2 50 per day. Walter. but there Is a good story told rope, chain or wire rope is used at time. sane pulley does for

Here are some Interesting anecdotes of a Joke he once tried on a Paris waitvr each. There Is no ratchet teeth to cut the rope, or trigger attach

$10 and $12 per week. of the late Emllo Zula, the famous says the London Figaro The waiters mont to this device

French! novelist: At one time while lu Pui-lslim restaurants, MO matter The Sel-Loeking'1'ackle Block) is necessary for Yachts and Vessels

going down the Cue de la Chaussee what Is naked for, are never at a lows of all kinds, Bridge and House[ 1 1I1"lInA'I'rlal Trolleys, Railroads -

JACKSONVILLE.: d'Autln, at Paris lie was knocked for an answer, and when Zola one day (Quarries, Liimberinen, Warehouses, Masons, Foundries, Marine' Service,

down by a hack, which passed over demanded member of n the"sphinx fraternity a ,Marengo"replied "I a Mines, Machine Shops, Steamboats: Stage Scenery, Painters, Circuses, Breweries -

his legs, without, fortunately, doing I am sorry: to say they are off, mon Wells, Stables: }Jlnrness Rooms, Butchers! Tanneries, Slaughter Houses

;, ''DYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA. any other damage than bruising him. sieur." "".bat!" demanded Zola. "No" Factories of all kinds; for use In hoisting: ashes. and for farms! and plantations,

M. Zola bad a superstitious horror of mare sphinx?" The waiter came up Fire Escapes, Fire Departments, Riggers Can also he uoelln the protection

the number 17, says La Vie Scleutltlque. i close to the eminent novelist and In a of Fruitrrees and /gathering of Fruit and Vegetables, stretching wires 'and

Tbls number was to him un confidential whisper Bald 1 1"e have ropes ofMl kinds, Hoisting Flags, Dumb Walters, Elevators, Sail Boats! of alt

Opposite postoffioe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- lucky. After he arose be looked at some monsieur "but I don't care to kinds, Awnings, Tents, Blinds, Bicycles, Electric Light purposes, :Sash: Lights,
the number of the hack, added up the serve them: to you as they ore not
novated. In Meat Markets and Stores of all-kinds. Hunting Camps, and Private Houses,
Newly furnished
throughout. Liberally conducted. . fresh."
.
figures In a flash and found the totalto quite from the kitchen to the bed room., 'In fact, It can be used wIth great utility

Rates $2.50 per day and up. be 17. The great writer bad, for a the wherever a tackle block is needed. It saves time, money and labor, as no tylig
Stops Cough
long time, held the belief that the or fastening! of the rope or chain to cleat, or anything else, is needed.
mid works off tile Cold.
B. W. SPERRY Proprietor. number 17 had a malign Influence upon Laxative Tablets All kinds and all sizes can housed either ashore or aboard ship, and will
Dromo-Quinlno cure a
him, and that aggravated the cases. cold. In one day No Cure, No Pay. not cost much more than the ordinary pulley blocks.. WALTON'S: PATENT
Dr. Tolouse has devoted a volume to Price 25cts. SELF-LOCKING TACKLK BLOCK i is, similar In .
USTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay Rnd Cedar Streets.J shape, weight and size to the

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. a study of SI. Zola, In which the character Heroism uud 3Ilttrh,,!),,;). ordinary pulley blocks In every day use, and is made In different .olmpes and
temperament and tho very sizes to suit nil purposes. There is absolutely nothing to get out of order. It

American plan. Centrally located. Just built! and open. sources of the Illustrious writer's talents Some genius for statistics bus figuredout I has no springs, wedge, teeth or trigger rope; and soft rope, chain and wire
that 07 cent of the marriages .
ai&lyzed with all the resources per
ed this season. Fine cooking and Rood table. Hot and Cold Water are rope can be used in the same block.
each In this country are due tai
of psychology and physiology. jear A !sample the pulley block may be seen nt the EAST COAST ADVOCATE!
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from propinquity. What caused the other
any wharf or depot. All The author BUS: "Thus certain figures olllce, Tltusville, Fla.

street oars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.50 per day. have a bad Influence upon M. Zola. It 33 per coat the statistician! docs not J. O. WALTON,

the number of a hack, when added up toll us. Inventor of the above; also, Patent Calking Tool for Boats Etc.
,
.
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. It would be Interesting to know for
this be will not
forms '
figure engage Olllces j New York, Boston and Tltiisville, Fin<
the vehicle, or If be Is obliged to do so Instance now that the summer season .
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will tear that some misfortune may Is over, how many marriages are due -
EW VICTORIA Corner Main and Adams Sts.JACKSONVILLE .
HOTEL
him-tor that he at seashore --- -
happen to example to heroic developments" the -
FLA. OIHolal Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's
Association
,
may not succeed In the business that in the woods and ou the mountains.

Everything Free he has started out to do. Such superstitious Everybody knows that when a young
new. Bns. Centrally located Rates $2.00 and $2.50
porday' Idea may supervene apropos of and athletic male rescues a fair and The Chicago Net and Twine Co.
European plan; rooms, 50 cents to $1,00 each person. any of his arltbmonmnlaca! Impulsed? ,
fragile young female From a damp, disgusting Manufacturers of-
R. BIXLER "Vor a long time the multiples of 3
Proprietor. fate in undertow the roJerthIng t+
,
appeared favorable to him, but now.
Is fur them to marry. This, of oii1
It la the multiples of 7 that reassure
SEAUItEEZE. him. Thus, In tbe night It often happens course, must represent some certain 1:1

that be will open Ills eyes seven leer entj .!I uj!S| lf Js: extremely difficult tofix" 0 f fo
times In order to prove to himself that IT definitely. Thou there are the

.he Clarendon Inn and the Breakers SEABREEZE. be Is not going to die. Ou the contrary woods, whereIt la so easy to get lost ,

r, ; the number 17, which recalls to and so romantic to .found just us : ;
UNDER him a sorrowful date seems to him to darkness to threaten and
THE SOLE MANAGEMENT OF Col. C. C. POST.These the begins
baa'ordained
be and chance
unlucky, the owls begin to wake and hoot. And =
two commodious houses at Seabreeze the most eummor that he should recognize a coincidence
popular resort Eo
then there are the mountain climbs. FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Deicrlptton.
in Florida: will be'under the management/ of Col. C. C. Post during the of certain unfortunate occurrences Q I
with date. Similar superstitious _where ascent ,,and descent are alike so Dealers Seine Twine, :Maitre Cord, Rope, Etc. rn
summer season of 1002. Professor Sandold's Orchestra from New York I that
will Ideas exhibit themselves outside of all tcrrjblo, and one bent on rescue comes Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen. .
play daily afternoon and ,
evening. I arlthmomanla. Thus be will perform from above or below with strong, surefooted 70-81-8:1: E. Indiana St. Chicago, 111.
Guests can feel assured: of a satisfactory table, and every attention to their' certain acts with the Idea that If be steps. ...Mention The ADVOOATR In your letter...

comfort. Rates, $2 to $2.00 per day; $10 to $12 per week. Write for special : does not do BO some annoyance will What part>> of the 33 per cent do these We are Members of the Illinois Fishermen's Association.TI' .

rates for families for the season. Address, C. C.. POST, Seabreeze, Fin, happen to him. So he will touch*the make up? The clerks of the marriage

gas burners that he meets with In the _. -- ..
k bureau ought to be compelled to"have -- -- -- --
streets, surmount obstacle with the
right foot, walk an tbe pavement lit new blanks printed with an additional YOU WANT A.
upon .
foe Sea Side Inn SEABREEZE, question to be answered by tbe Intended .
a certain way eta For a long time be
(DAYTONA) FLA. feared that he would not succeed In bride." "18 your betrothed a III'ro'lIt ;

the' proceeding that be was going to so, when and where did he proveIt I
Opposite Keating'* New Casino and Pier. This handsome new modern undertake unless be started. out of the ?" That should be the form of tbe .Building Lot

hotel situated on the finest Surf Bathing Bench in Florida is now open for house with his left foot foremost." question. ... .

the Spring and Summer trade. Large airy rooms. Exchange and Dining i This la. Important not only for the

Room overlooking ocean. Fine cuisine and service. Terms $7 to $10 per Up to the time when Emile Zola the purpose of making further Investigations or a lot with a HUILWXG READY FOIl< OCCUPANCY,

week. JAS. H. JOIINSON & SONS. French a author began: the Kougon- into the causes of matrimony, '
LAND FOIL AN ORANGE! UROVE, I
'Water House: GRAND ATLANTIC, Daytona, Florida. Macquart series his life bad been a but also,, because It would be instructive

horrible one. says a Purls correspondent to Inquire how the hero business PINEAPPLE: PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN ,
of the Philadelphia Press Ills
works. as n steady matrimonial diet have for sale Just what are seeking. .
WEST PALM ISEACII. father was an Italian his mother aFrenebwoman. We probably you

Zola pere was Interested Tbe Venl'zuela-UrIUil" Dispute. .settle' ni-a flocking In but still there IK room. If you are '
In a canal It Js to this day
called the Zola canal In Provence, It was supposed or at least hoped looking; this way, drop a line to

Foe WEST VALSI BEACH where the family lived at that time. It that when the territorial dispute of |
Leamington 3rllVlcp.Pn.tlldent.
FLORIDA. was during one of their flying trips to Great Itrltuin and Venezuela was settled 'JAS. E. INGRAHAM ,

Paris on business connected with It in 18!u 3 through the strenuous assistance ILORIDA EAST COAHT R'Y, .;
: C. that the novelist was born. Tbe father of President Cleveland and
W ERNST, Manager
died bin with ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
leaving
family only a Secretary Olney It would stay settled.It .
On Lake Worth opposite Postofflce and business houses. Large verandas big lawsuit for a legacy. They removed .. - -- -- ---- -- '., '\'
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bus, bowever, broken out again,
to I'afls In orderto
permanently
Strictly first-class. Summer Rates, $2 per day. Special by the week.iIENDERSONVILLE be better able' to fight this lawsuit though In another place. CHAS. RLrVM CO'. ;

--- out. They lost. At twenty the great The present dispute la. over a little lilT *. lUGY.< naS'St.. JACKSONVILLE. 0. FLA. a
writer was thrown absolutely ou his Island wltosu very name, the Isla de ,

N. C. own resources, and his resources were loa Puton. or isle of the ducks, suggests:
,
meager Indeed. He bad been a spoiled wildness and IIno<:('upl1nc1. Tbls Is.

child. Whatever his poverty oppressed land lies between the delta lands of the -
HIGH PARK PLACE HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. mother could humor him in she bad Orinoco and tbe largo Island of Trlnldiid. FULL i FuW.PREPAIDEXDRt'SS .
humored him In. No youth was ever
Trinidad though entirely Veno-
Old,Stone Mansion In of fifteen 1 less fitted to battle with tbe world.
a park acres. .
luelnn from the point of view, of geography t
He made a bard tight of It LXPRESS
For Rooms and Terms address : "Often." be said to cue. "I went U British by comment As a PRE

:Miw. FREDERIKA S. CANTWELL. hungry for so long that It seemed as If mutter of fact I'11 tOil has not been occupied wPAID

I must die. I put forth superhuman by any settled population! and

efforts to secure meals of bread and Itrltlsh authority has not Wen actively
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NEW YOIIIC: cheese I scarcely tasted meat from asserted! over It until very lately. It Is ?9
one month's end to another's. I lived
of no value except for possible strategic -
two days ou three apples." purposes, and as Trinidad alreadygives ( IG I 6 Q15 i
New York Furnished Rooms.Well I was told by a man who knew him e.I .
England control of the mouth of
well that be several times sustained
life only by snaring sparrows on tbe tbe Orinoco It Is hard to see, bow she I Doz.DfUVfRfO

furnished rooms at 10 West 21st Street, New York. Southerners will window sill of his garret room and needs little Duck Island However ._

qnd this location very desirable for shopping, and Is In close proximity to all eating them. the British flag bus been hoisted thereon FOR
places of amusement. Address: "Oh. It was horrible! Zola contin tbe claim that It has always been Qt &

ued. "Fire was undreamed of. even regarded as an outlying part of TrluIdad. << '
Mrs. D. HEM LINGER, 19 W. 21st street New York.Hotel on the coldest nights.' If I could: secure $12 l9 a :

candle whose I could
I a by llgbt
On the same principle the Venezuelans -
study after nightfall I considered myself "",
might claim Trinidad as an out. Agent for the I'nlmt Brewing Co.
tbe happiest man In Paris, but I
lying part Venezuela and consequently .
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Marlborough rarely had cause for such Joy Itseemed
to me that It would never' end. belonging to that republic. If

1 remember distinctly some of tbe Venezuela bad the power to do so, she rDon't TTPillS 'T temporarily

tasks which necessity<< forced me to perform would apparently have the same right /cure constipation,
Broadway, :Pith and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. by agitating the
la order that I might escape star to hoist her Bag over Trinidad that

400 Room 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. Con ration. Ctroat lirttalu had to hoist hers over bowels, but regular: action cannot be secured until the liver
"One New Years day a publisher to secretes enough; bile to make the Intestines! +
ducted on American and European plans, and Is managed under the penonal whom I bad applied with a letter of ('a to.. their natural functions!

Introduction for literary work !said be ural 1 aglt.:1tloncaused: by cathartics! compels e'
supervision of the owner. I'lngpong has been put under the and
continual doses
E. S. CROWELL, Manager. could give me no writing to do. but ban, along with roulette, poker, dice attain/ Increasing results. to nexecute
that I might earn 4 francs by delivering -
I and other sinful
games, by tbe code
-- bis New Year's cards at the houses I'
committee of the Ohio legislature .
r It ;
of his friends. I Jumped at tbe chance
and that night 1 feasted. By and by 118 probable! that checkers will continue on the
Broadway and 41s t Street: ,
Hotel Yendome the publisher gave me work: as a clerk. l to be unchecked In the good old Buckeye [ liven cures Chills.

NEW YORK CITY. Encouraged by this, 1 submitted a volume : State. ethe and Fever, end every form of.

of poems to him. lie rejected Malarial, Dlllous! ('emitting and Inter

FIREPROOF. 300 rooms, single and en suite, with.private baths and toilet them but said there was some good i Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
to tbem end asked me to write a chil I/I- .
rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms $1.80; large rooms $2; and with dren's story for blm. I did to. and be trouble, works permanent cure.

private bath 12.&0 per day sod opn ards. The mSlgtmtnt! Is oDder tie per declared that It was revolutionary and Tbls .ffnctur. I* oa every bow of ">. (ravin.1 FIT7Y CENTS PIY? DOTTtH,
Impossible throwing It out absolutely."But. : Laxative Brorno-Quinine T.blet.Ua. .
sonal supervision of the owner. FRANK GRUEN, Manager aUfrlIat .( obtained .newspa traMdjr tbal. eases a e.W l. .- car II. It. WILSON; SON.

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''' GRAND ARMY ENCAMPMENTAT INSPECTORS AND CLERKS.The .
oW WASHINGTON. Robbins & Graham Go. RAILROAD WATCHES

following list of Inspectors and
( ; JEWELERS A m SILVERSMITHS, clerks of election were appointed by the (Incorporated.)
[)t ripenor! East Coast'
Advoeote.JWednesday ]
41 West Bay Street, Board of County Commissioners to serve PAID UP CAPITAL $23,000.00. J
October 8th, 1002, will at the election to be held Nov 4th, 1902.)
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. be a day long treasured in the hearts of Precinct No. 1.-Geo. B. Gardner, II' This company. owns Guaranteed to Pass all

Largest(: stock In this section of country. the "Boys In Blue," the day of the Carlile, R.It Chaudoln, Inspectors. ; Thos. LA.N 3D S, Railroad
Established In 1808. grand; parade of the Grand Army. It Johnson, sr., clerk. Inspection.
was an Ideal summer day. The air was Precinct No. 2-P. J. Hall 0. D. Flood In the Indian River Country; On the St.
Send for descriptive catalogue. filled with golden sunshine, and the west
F. A. Losley inspectors; E. E. Knox, -
Lucie River at New River and on'Bay
r. wind gave life to the gorgeous decorations clerk. ;

BUSCH and kept the flag tugging at their Precinct No. 3.-Ii. F. Deal, J. Joyner, Biscayne Prices to suit the times. r
,,THE ANHEUSER ,. halyards. Ten years have elapsed since G. W. Holmes, Inspectors; Geo. E. Chester :
the former review of the Grand Army ,clerk. Send for Land List. r

Brewing Asso's. here, 181)2) ; the ranks have sadly decci- I Precinct No. 4.-E. E. Swlnson, W. M. Offices at Titusvllle and Miami, Fla. 21 Jewel 19 Jewel
iJ mated. So: many of the old heroes have Moore, Fred Fisher, Inspectors; James
tt passed on the final roll call. Gen. Butler, Mitchell, clerk.Precinct

; v Fiuix"", St. Louis Keg and Bottled ex-President Hayes, Gen. Kosecrans, ex- No. 5.-Wm. R. Roesch, 2f. East Coast Meat MarketG. VeritasVanguard. ? B. W.
Governor Powell and "Uncle
-liner. Jerry" E. Klnnlnrd, W. W. Gleason, inspectors;
} Rusk, who were at the bead of the Iron Geo. F. Paddison, clerk.
ij 1I y Bold b, Me..rs. F.A. Lesley and Brigade, of Wisconsin, have gone to Precinct No. 0.-N. Downey, S. N. F. DUREN, Agent. ., / Revmond.G.

R. Motlow: ,Titusvllle,tfla.By their last bivouac, but those. who still Martin, C. It. Stewart, Inspectors; C. F. 51:: .
jj t .'r. U. L. Mot low,Cocoa, Fla. answer to the call trudged valiantly alongto ; Conkling; clerk. C'D lrY" I f
the sound of drum and iife. Proudly Precinct No. 7.-W. P. Arnold, C. W. po...:..
4r4 JOSEPH ZAPF they held their tattered battle flags, and Boltnn, Geo. W. Washburn, inspectors;; U2 -sa.:: : -.
I the vast multitude through which they Ernest Svedellus, clerk. c:> po:
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passed, saw In their ranks visions of the Precinct No.JB.-Geo. B. Hall, Daniel gl4D'd s: -
H' : I1'' Sole Agent. battle fields of Vicksburg, Shllob, Get- Sloan S. K. Michael, inspectors; W. C.Braddock =:s '
tysburgh, Chattanooga and Atlanta with, sr., clerk. po-: L. MANDAYILLE

ir,' + 610 to the Everglades of Florida. Troopersfrom -
I Summerlln, sr., A. A. Ilendry, Inspectors '1 ,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Alaska, artillery\ men from Maine ; W. A. Farmer, clerk. 4t .
swelling the ranks of the great throng.. Precinct No. 10.-J. T. Water, R. I). -t=:s- JEWELER AND OPTICIAN:
Florida and California bad a good representation Hoke, W. I. Allen, Inspectors; Geo. E. sa.:: : C'DU2 .
TITUSVILLE -
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f act. L. :MOTLOW.: : In the grand parade. Musi- Coon, clerk. =:s FLORIDA.\
clans wore the white uniform of the -----_._ .
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y? Precinct No. II.-J. M. Swain, II. A. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. =
Russian monarch's. guard the. crimson of Holmes, S. A. Hair, Inspectors A. J.
: I 4.fEJ1 iiIiit ltFine Uncle Sam's naval bandsmen and the Drawdy, clerk.. ; EZ.. :se.. .:C &;, ::seo.

blue of the land forces. Red white and Precinct No. 12CJ. Reams, Louis .... -DEALERS IN ,
t ; blue were the prevaling colors In the Harris, L. B. Dawson, Inspectors; T. W. -
moving column. Jeffers. clerk.Precinct GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS!
rl) ,
The Immense procession began( to move\ No. 13.-Peter Wlttfeld, A. B. I ,
from the Congressional Library at 10 Carter, F. W. Mjinson, Inspectors; C. I>. vryw We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for NAPES: FERTILIZER !
o'clock, headed by a magnificently Provost, clerk.Precinct We deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all conim.1era.

mounted platoon of Washington policemen No. 14.-Ohas. Cleveland, M. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
and around the of I E. L. BRADY & BRO. TITUSVILLE FLA.
swung corner S. Sams, Jalma Lapllam, Inspectors; D. ,
Yi the treasury building, and was visible S. Nlsbett clerk. =
from the reviewing stand provided for Precinct No. 13.-F. M. Wilson, John 'Fvti-f'- v.lz
a the Commander-ln-Chlef of the G. A. R., Eberwlne, John A. Hogan, inspectors; S. W. CARR IdL
where were assembled many of the famous N. :N. Penney, clerk. r ,
i : generals of the civil war, prominent Precinct No. 10.-T. R. Crook J. W. -Dealer In-

government officials, and distinguished Grlftts, G. Nolle, inspectors; Wm. Walton = '
visitors. When the fife and clerk: GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLE!1'

'no drum corps, composed of war musicians, Precinct No. 18.-W, II. Robinson, W. ,
I 1 )rr several them do badly crippled that L. frantz, Wm. Poineroy, Inspectors; W. .Crockery, Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Your Patron\g:\ .. Solicited.

Liquors, Wines, Beers, they. were pushed in wheel chairs, struckup U. Tancre, clerk. rooz FLORIDA.
"Dixie" the great crowd went wild; Precinct No. 10.-James M. hear'ndon, ,-
t ; Ales, Stout, Etc.B3T"Send people sitting, sprang to their feet,handkerchiefs Peter Bertelsen Joseph Williamson, inspectors If Year Honse Goes in Smokeand -

me your orders 1r I fluttered, flags waved and ; R. T. Smith, clerk. np INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.

TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. thousands of voices were raised in expressing Precinct No. 20.-Wesley Ragan, E. R. you loose everythingit
the sentiment of the numberless Provost, Jas. Stewart inspectors; U. F. is your own fault. TITCTSVILLE, FLA.
multitude. Presently came the Enney, clerk.Precinct .
word: Here comes the President I A No. :21.-J. J. Findley, A. M. FJ.ro Xn.s'Ura.D..Oo.sufficient : : Is.prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Speoial attentta
Hodgson Bros. hundred thousand hankerchlefs burst' Christensen, Jense Larsen, inspectors; to cover the value of the prop- paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.

Into fluttering life amid a deafening roar O. E. Dutton, clerk. erty and household effects should be car T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
i EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. of cheers, the bands played 'Hall to the Precinct No. 22.-J. J. Roberts, E. A. ried. Rates are not high. The companieswe
Chief," and every head was uncovered.A Holt, W. L. Keefer, inspectors; S.; T. represent are solvent, reliable and lib -
Marine? Railway. magnificent welcome, overwhelming in Hughes, clerk. eral. Claims are promptly adjusted.
General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. Its heartiness and spontaneity the people Don't neglect to take out a policy. Attention IGIVY.N !
the President. There rolled down Special
..Special Facilities.. gave DIED AT TILLMAN.The 8CIIUYLER & :3RANNINO,
:1 4 the avenue toward the capitol a tremendous -
: } For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing wave of sound, traveling with such TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.!

kg': '+, ; Yachts and Launches. rapid momentum that the throngs at world lost a good man when Geo. Correspondence Invited. : TO MAIL ORDERS FOR

I Seventh street were cheering when the King died, and everybody who knew
Mention the ADVOCATE when President was still half a mile away. RAPin Hardware Tinware Crockery Glassware
Jy a writing. him grieves. He left not a single enemyin flV.T ONE- OF WAT.TrtVS ,
On the crest of this great sound wave the. world, which can be said of very Calking Tools If yon want io Calk .
f 1 liREVAItO COUNTY TREASUHKIl'S&TATEMEXT. came the President, by-hie side sat Secretary few men. One's friends always have a your Boat with lightning rapidity. It Harness and Stoves.
r i ? Cortelyou, and In front of him mantle of charity to throw over his misdeeds saves time and money, and pays for It-
October : was Col. Bingham, In full uniform, visibly when he dies, but George King self In a few weeks. In use by
ht, lOOg.balance \ ; prom-
the cordial tlP Our Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly!)
pleased at reception given
each on ba"d.Hnpt leti802..S. 8,27177 did not need any mantle. He was one of inent boat-builders the U. S. Read
i. Amount received l In Rapt|> t'nt! .. .. .... MM elI him ; the President could hardly restrain God's noblemen who earned his title. testimonials from boat-builders. Price,
I himself from rising to hU feet contraryto I Knowing for many years that he could :*4.01)) and *8.00 each;, at the ADVOCATE Jas. Fritch.ard Son.
&
Total. .. .... .... ... ... .. .. .SU.3IM08" the veto the had placed
Leas warrant* 'pad In Pept. lam, surgeons upon not fight the battled that strong men office, Tl Gllsvl lie, Fla.
t .' J and dellveied to County: Commlnntim-: him.As tight and wlq, he burled his hopes as we
ers ana School Board... .... .......... 4KW 03 the Provident re-entered the White now bury our deed, and faced the Inevitable Postofflce Box: 212,
t1 ) he must have realized that be Laud For Sale.
House to
e, j Balance on hand Oct.lxt, 1,91! > ......$ 0.7H8 MABDVH with noble courage,; and died a
A the. object of the out pouring of a '
peo Titusville
\ righteous man. Such nob e men are so F'lorida:
,. It I BALANCE lit' IIILD AM FOLLOWS ple's love was worth all the risk few that we,* call them heroes.Mr. 1'7U' acres first-class pineapple land, _
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In Hank,
Deposited Indian River IIt..te
bad taken for their --
that he sake. A ------- -
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a* per ('....h..r.. cerclncnte, attaukeil King and wife came from the desirable front; on St. Lucle, river,'at a ----
I to monthly report ..... .. ..90,78819 few words from one of the local papers North ID-the eighties and settled In the bargain. For< reasonable terms write, TXT"CJ"S-VXLLE LI"V ij.-i.jkr STA.DLE.:
"", BALAKCKS BKLO.XOIKO To KAOII ITMU Alt KOL- so truly expresses the man, I take the Indian River Narrows, at Wabosso, and W. W. LUCK,

f \ County itevenne-beunraaFlmd..Jaee. / 04 liberty of repeating\ : made them a home and surround-td it Tibbals, Fla.
\1 .N Road and Undue" Fund.. .. ...,.. AM 00 "The advent of the President, democratic with friends.Mr. I di
>r, >, nu'hlh'lCt'IIII.I.' .. .. .... .. !Ie 39Fine In Its simplicity, was nevertheless King's life to the South has FEED AN1) SALE i""; + gl y, SADDLE ORSES,
and ...... ; n
Forfeiture Fund SH3 111\ almost dramatic around the corner of Are You Going North
( (" r 'I II F".lInll'l'rl..ou..r..un.t. ..... 3111 (IN) been one of unceasing struggle against "
t" I 6peo.RoadPnudTewLtst.No.I. .. .. .. HIT :W Pennsylvania avenue Into Fifteenth consumption. Ills magnificent constitu- ...STABLES... BUGGIES.SJTRKKTS..
t N II.. 3. .. .. .. 41it 7T street, Just where the noble Grecian
.. tion backed by genuine grit, enabled If flrst-class
II N II. 4 ... ...1.1M41 up you are you can buy a ,
i. u II it .. e a.. .. .. .. Ito: H columns of the treasury building form a him to hold out against the disease and round trip ticket over the Clyde or Mai-\ BAGGAGE ., : .
County Game Warden, Fund.. ... .... .. .. :214 011/ vista through: which the White House Is go on with his work for many years. lory lines cheap, by writing, or callingat
Property nf I>0oea.. ..0d I'ernoim Fund. .. .. IIII/ to be seen, there appeared a plain carriage -i The closing days of his life were days the ADVOOATB: office, Tltusville. TRANSFER, and TBTRX'H l > of
t
I + "nt.A..ho..I-U..n..r.I."n,1 Fund ... .... r.2 11M
,#p Special lox. Bohool Ul).t.>;u.Iii .... .. .. .. e4 1':1: : There were no gorgeous trappings, i of great suffering. But be bore It with w
.i .. .. ii 2.... .. .. .. 132 611 no uniformed outriders no shrill buglers. the fortitude of the Christian that he' HAULIN0EITC.| .all kinds..
4. II !. .. a...... ...... 70IWI Instantly, however the cheers arose. i w... Ills solitude for the welfare of' FOR CUTS, BURNS AND: OPEN SORES

; &; I Total.. ... ........................8,111II13 The crowd knew the at President.once that lIe In the those who watched at his beside never use Wilson Hancock's; Son's Liquid drug store.Sulphur, at B. R. J. M. OSBAN & BRO,
carriage was was
In times of most intense
w ; F, H. Nora; County Treasurer. flagged; even TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
j making; his promised visit along the line -Back of Grand View hotel.-

a 'of the Grand Army procession. For the pain.He died In the arms of devoted wife, OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF W ALton's .__ _
+ .i WEATHER REPORT. first time since confined to his room by October Otb 1002 at
Monday morning, Rapid Calking Tools now In use THE OLD RELIABLE
his wounded knee be had ventured
I' out 8 o'clock.
by boat owners In the United States.
a ; By Rev. Jas. II. White, observer for. with the reluctant consent of his physi The remains were taken to Mel Price $".Ot) and $s.oi) each, at the ADVOCATE
t Weather Bureau, U. S. Government. cians. 'I' must not disappoint the old bourne for burial. Rev. Lander, of Se- : office, 'Titusvllle\ \ ; Kla. Rollins College
soldiers, and he didn't.The bastian, conducted the funeral service In ,
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; SUMW: A.KY FOIt SEP r KM II Kit: 1003.:
procession: took five hours and a
the of friend* of the deceased I
presence many Founded 1885./ Has special Florida charter The South Florida College OpensOctober
Highest temperature on the :HOth. 02.0 quarter to pass the reviewing stand, the from Orchid, Toledo, Wabassoand Clyde Steamship Line. ]at. Located on a high pine ridge the spring-fed lakes of Oruufi'l:
among;
ifd LoweBt. 20th. 72.0 rear was brought up by the Departmentof Tlllman. D. H. C. County. Absolutely no malaria.

Mean for the month. . . .'. UD.it the 1'otorukc, and the last man went
(N Average mean for 21 years. . 80.7 by the stand at twenty minutes past 4 Tickets and reservations via the Clyde COLLEGE. PREPARATORY SCHOOL.
Highest '. "in 1882.? 82.5: o'clock. There were 20,000 men In line. FLORIDA STATE FAIR Steamship Line can be secured of Chas MUSIC SCHOOL.; SCHOOL Off ELOCUTION

I.oweat" .' II ,"In 1887. '7D.3 After It was over Gen. Torrance Com H. Walton, at the ADVOCATE office, Titusvllle. BUSINESS SCHOOl.. ART SCH04L.
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r ,IA,. I Rainfall in Inches. . . . 10.03 mandeo-in-Chlet, said the parade was' the The new race course had Its christening Excellent equipment.I : modern instruction

: Average for :2..!.;.> years . . ? 8.0-1& most successful ever given. this week and is the pride of all Beautiful location. Thorough A room for every ,tudentlluo 1
Greatest In 1S78 . 23 '78 OLIVIA B. : TRUSTWORTHY GENTLE-
horsemen who have seen It. TTANTED-A Best Board Expenses low Best Influences. Catalog on app
} } Least ln88-J: . 3.01 I" man or lady In each county to manage
Prevailing; direction wind< . E SCHOOL BOARD MEETING.The : The Ocala Banner Lake City Index wild financial hiiMinenn. stanillnir. Cur an old A efttahllshetl. straight. bona house tide of REV. GEORGE M. WARD, D. D., Principal\ Winter Park, Fl'

Number of clear Uys. . . 15' and the Negro Herald all got out large weekly cash salary or .18.00 paid. by chock each
.. fair . . { Fair special editions this", week. Wednesday. with all expense. direct from headquarter
.' cloudy . . . 9fl Board met Monday, October Cth, *. Money advanced for ex pen_. Man-
r. In addition to brass bands and orchestra
840 Caxtnn building. Chicago
days with rain. . 13 1002.! Present, R. N. Andrews, C. P. concerts the best boy drum corps In ager 2janS THE NEW YORK GROCERY .COMPANY.
Island Home, Platte, and R. E. Mlma, Secretary The
the South will add life to each day'sprogram.
: Meriltts Island, Fit*. Chairman bln/ot/ absent Dr. C. P. Platte TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.The .
was elected chairman, pro tern.

't'l ARE YOU A BOAT-BUILDER t If The minutes of last meeting were read Hamilton county has come to the front WHOLESALE FRUIT. PRODUCE &. POULTRY MERCHANTS. )
and approved.The and will have official exhibit. :Now
you are, get ono of Walton's Paten an following are the times of arrival I
Calking Tools; Invaluable to boat- Treasurer's report, for the monthof let the other ling staple cotton counties and departure of passenger trains to and I lye buy for cash, or receive on commission, all kinds of Fruits and I I'roda''

builders and owners of bouts. Calks September; 1002, was received, read, put up the best" bale or "go away back from Titusvllle: and guarantee,the highest market prices for all goods consigned. We give! '\\If ,
found correct, and redeemed warrants and sit down. 11
t boats more rapidly than any other cancelled.The SOUTH 5092(0. close personal attention to the consignments, and business entrusted tow1 I
calking tool In tho world. Price duly to have the Leaves Tltasvllla for Miami and I any ue
.00
We know we are going .j I
J usual bills then upjn.OBTHBOVin have the benefit of Return
and 3.00 each monthly were 'Intermediate points at I our experience and knowledge of the market.
at ADVOCATE office, biggest Fair! In the history of Florida
Titusville, Fla. read and passed for payment.The and we know everybody wants to come. > >. made on the day of sale. We solicit shipments of Tomatoes, Cabbage. l I'oUt"rIOnions
resignation of Mr. Calvin J. for Jacksonville .. 'f'
Leave TltnuTtlle I f'f\!
Reams as Supervisor of the School at The railroads are preparing to bring you. and InUrmtMllat points at I *.*" 'm. Celery, Oranges, Limes, Lemons Pineapples, Peaches, Plum

? A fine For Sale. Reams was accepted and Mr. Felix! C. Lake City Is preparing to take care of <. Tttiuvllla for Sanford :OIl a.mArrives etc.,
1 f; Monte appointed you, never fear. Five hundred cots have Tltuavllle from Sanford 1:15: p.m etc.We solicit market
J Poppel was to the position. regular ac correspondence and will keep you In touch with the
been engaged to supplement
lack of School No. 37
For attendance
A model southern home In South end Don't that the
commodations. forget
W r i of Brevard county, on the Indian River, was ordered discontinued' and the White Springs hotels are only twenty The New York Grocery Co.,
teacher transferred to :No. 17. D'!.
In the center of the pineapple belt. Nice The Board adjourned to meet Monday minutes' ride from the Fair grounds. 100-111 BRIDGE St., JACKSONVILLE, FI.ORl
0-room dwelling and out-buildings. Ten '
M
morning November 3rd, 1902. -/
Y In fruiting
acres pineapples 40
I ; orange, rF -- -
f ; lemon, lime and grapefruit trees-most C. P. PLAITS, CHURCH NOTICES.
all have fruit on them. Beautiful yards Chairman pro. tern -

.t and (lower garden. Will be sold at a Attest : H. E. Mm, Secretary The Titusvllle Presbyterian Sunday tita.rI1lfl5 Seeds For Summer Crops.p pMillets

/ bargain. For full particulars address i school will' meet at 3:30:: every Sunday; ?
"C." A Well Ad..rtlM
Care ADVOCATE, Titusvllle Fla.
The University College of Medicine of The usual service at the Methodist af'1't:4J7rn7Tdida.n'ldr Sorghums, Soja Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Chufas, Teoninte. Giant I
for next Sunday even '
Cleaned Richmond Va., is one of the educational church, Tltusville, Beggarweed, clean.
Clothing Dyed3Pressed
,
,
Fit. ing, is hereby called In, as I shall be ab
jrI Institutions which, while maintaining the tfTfojVtAtiMUO&
highest standard of equipment and scholastic sent. A. M. Ualger, pastor. CC>: 'AT
:P: ..ASS.
and I.adles'dreo iq
Itepalred. ea requirements, at the same time : ." :
a apecialty. Address, shows In the number of WhippClays Wonderful. Black \
a rapid growth mylrnr. Unknown Ladyflngers. fl.J.'i!
V I t SAMPKRKIXS, students The Proctor officially states Clean Bright StockLowesst Pr tees. Conch Teas, 33o; per qt., rOil t'! al-'
Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street; I that he believes this Is due to the extensive .. r peck; $4.23: bushel.
r. O. Box 2:;:;. Sanford, Fla. use of Newpaper Advertising, in Draylng hauling; of all kinds promptly Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden Tools, Fertilize"

making knowg the excellence of Its I attended to. Meets all trains. Stove "::Irnr ;1! I L. CAMERON
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