East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: December 12, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
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System ID: UF00079908:00220
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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LOCAL NEWS,. SAM PERKINS, Sanford, Is Dyeing. !tr Filter tubes are now for sale at A. FINE CHRISTMAS PRESENTA CHRISTMAS TREES. AMONG THE HOTELS., ', ",1'

-Mr. A II. O'Neal spent a day or no this office, price 25ots; postage extra. Ladles' Solid Gold Watch for 112.50 at -

And Topics of General interest. In New Smyrna the first of the week. -PIneapple offer to men with email G. L. Mandaville's Jewelry Store. EPISCOPAL 'f
-Mr. Elbert A. Froscher, of Miami, capital. Look sharply for W. W. Luce'a -Mr. T. F. Williams, a popular commercial Where to stop along tho East Coast; ,. ,
The ladles of St. Gabriel's Guild will See list of hotel on 7. JH#I {
ad. page
THE ADVOCATE, business director of the Florida Lyceum on page 8. traveler, whose residence is in y! I

annum, In advance. Circuit, was In town a day or to this -Our readers would do well to pat- Seabreeze, was in town this morning.Col. give the: Sunday a Christmas School! Tree and for the parish children, In the of Where to top in Tltnsvlllef See TI. :Mil
tusville hotel i
f1,00per six months, week.The ronize those merchants who are bidding C. P. Horton, of Boston, one of Episcopal: church on Christmas Eve., ad on our 7th page.

$2,00 per an to foreign countries. flower gardens TItusville are for patronage in these columns. the most popular members of Canaveral' Dec 21th. at half past nix o'clock. Spec The AnvocATBB Is now on file at all "

when subscribe for tbe ADVOCATE I showing up with great; effect, for the SWEETMEATS AND DRIED FRUITS, Club, Is expected hero about Monday or lal music and carols have been preparedand the best hotels In New York city.

by you the year,. It does not cost you rose well covered bushes with and bloom.many other plants are nuts, candles, fancy cakes and groceries Tuesday. a cordial Invitation'' is extended for On our 7th page will be found the ad. 3

three cents per week, postage Included of all kinds at Carroll's. Attorney Geo. M. RobbIns left here, all to be pronent ami enjoy thechlldren'eChristmas of the Palms, West Palm Beach It is a ,

printed -Circuit Court has adjourned, all the -Mr. Wm. M. MerwIn of Milford Wednesday, for !Miami onboard the service. The hour Is early oozy, up.to-date hotel, and readers of the 'j
Note date of expiration /: upon which that all the little ones may attend, who VOOATIC-both \
week. This lawyers, Jurymen and witnesses have Conn., and Fla. Is southbound train, was over four North end South-
or wrapper every Rockledge, DOW sojourning are elpeclallylDvlted,
roar paper returned to their respective' homes, and hours late. should! make a note of It when visiting
No need at Fairview
Sanitarium! Asbe-
for :: ,
receipt your money.
in TItusville' the East Count of Florida.
now its normal
wears ,aspect. 'villa N. C.HARDWARE. riuegnrrKniAK CIIUHCU.
for us to send receipt for subscription. -The' Canaveral Club launch BlueBill "

The date gives; .It to you., -The white convict, L. M. Jones, who OF, EVERY DE8CRIP- Is almost making dally runs be, The TItusville Presbyterian Sunday Manager,: II. R. Shares, of the New

COASTADYOOA.TH Is on 'escaped from Mr. D. W. Monroe's turpentine tlon. Heating Stoves, for coal, wood tween Titusvllle and the Club-bouse at School will have a Christmas Tree for Rockledge; hotel, Rookledgo, returned a 1
'' THIS EAST farm, south of TItusville, Is now oil Chester Shoals. the children of the school In the church, home, Wednesday, after visit to Daytona -
Coo H Fernald
news-stands at fiveants gas' or gasoline .
;ale at the following at work again, having been captured by Sanfor, Fla. HAVE YOU SEEK THEM P Walker's on Christmas Eva' Dec 24th, at 7:30:: and Jacksonville.\ The new Rock- .!
per copy Mr. J. .M.. Osban on Sunday at 4 a. m., the o'clock. The exercises will consist of ledge! hotel Is one of the popular stop r
Titusville-B. R. Wilson-& Son. at Salt lake. Mrs. II. Watton, of Clifton; and ChrUtmiiH the Goods. The best, cheapest songs and reelatatlon by the children ping place on the East Coast for tour ,

Jacksonville-Duval hotel. and Mrs. Gel, Crook, of Ilaulover, were largest assortment In town. J. A cordial Invitation, Is extended to all. ists. #
Union depot '-Hundreds wild duck have been n.IWalker&| C'o. TItusville.Mr. .
New of ,
among the pleasant callers at this oliloe Tho Palm hotel, Miami, Is this week t
making; their headquarters on the Indian Wednesday J. T. Knox, who has been spending advertised on our 4th page This hotel ,a
-Fort Pierce Items arrived too late
River' In
front of the Indian River
'y ReadIng notice ads are ten cents hotel the past week In TItusville, expects has recently been re-modeled and enlarged -
this week. be ; A NEW AND UP-TO-DATE LINE OF for this Issue.
to of the
They seem aware .
this to leave, to-day, to resume his p081t.lonaastatlon and I.I "1
per line on pager Sterling Silver\ Souvenir for now a cozy, up-to-data
fact that they will not be molested' be- Spoons, agent at San Mateo, Fla.! OUR CANDIES WILL BUn YOU IN house. It has been newly furnished and
huutere should read what Christmas I're L. Manda-
Sunday ing within tbe town limits. ents. at G.
and W. E Goldsmith.
quality pl'lce. fitted throughout and the table I la saidto
ourSbarpes correspondent says about It vllle's Jewelry Store, TItusville.Mr. -Mrs. L. O. Brannlng Is expected to witft
another column.FORSTERLING -Mr. L. C. Demaree, a former resident arrive In TItusville' to-day, after weok'avisit Hunting,: parties are returning to TI- be supplied the best the mar-ket
of TItusville, Is now on he editorial staff and Mrs. J. W. Ballantlne, of with berslster, Mrs. G. W.IIanford, tusville daily with large bags of quail. afford, Rend the ad. to
SILVER NOVELTIES of the Daytona Gazette-News. Mr. Dem New Jersey, regular winter visitors to .
wbo has been quite sick but is Improv Mr. Leland of the
lee G. L. lRndav\I1e'lI\ S3 cent Christmas aree was quite popular when he residedin the East Coast, passed through; here on ing. -Mr. and Mrs J. T. Knox are rejolo- famous Sterry hotel, manager: 1'hiladel. :

line. They are nice little gifts. TItusville, and we are always pleasedto Friday last, on their way to Sharpes for Ing over the arrival of a 10} pound son, to Brynntawr which the near has
see his genial countenance on Indian the winter. -Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Taylor, of the first of the week 1 previously '
Cobuin'one of Worcester referred passed through Tltus-
-Mr. A. A. our ;
Mais., subscribers, is now stopping River. Much)\, success to him. -Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Weathers of Arlington Grand Rapids train, Mich., on,were their on yesterday'ssouthbound to Rook- J.; WISS A SONS' IMPROVED PRACtical vllle on Monday, telling us there wan a
at Tangerine; Fla. -Mr. R. W. Rhodes, one of the biggest near Boston, have' rented Capt.J. ledge for the winter. So also was Mr. orange olippeis. nOots\ at James heavy' fall of snow before he left Philadelphia .

PHOTO- clothing dealers on the East Coast, O. Walton's furnished cottage In South and Mrs.. L. W. Battenfleld.M Pritchard & Son e.Chapter Mr. Story was on his way to
Tltusvllle, for the season. Their little Palm Beach tn get the reltke..ln shape
has decided keep open his TItusville No. 11 Order of the Eastern
graphlo, Gallery, Titusviller' and see and will in boy and two young gbterlaccompallY Emma Munshaw; a former resident for the opening, which will be on Wednesday
Flashlights store, put an entirely new Star, will! bold a meeting In their lodge-
his samples Of Photographs. and up-to-date stock of goods. This them. of TItusville, but; whose headquar room next Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock, i the 21th Instant. lIe was no- ,
by appointment at any time. tern aie now In Jacksonville, Is stoppingat accompanied by Dl of his employees. J f.
will be satisfactory news for Mr. Rhodes' FOR THE MEN.-We have' all our Gent's A full attendance is requested. y
Always something new. Setnbler this week lookIng '
the Cottage '
numerous in Brevard Furnishing Goods now on the north The
patrons county. many Northern and Southern
after the Interest of the Cable Piano WALKER-Tbe man who can fit you as ;
-Mrs. Jos. O. Gerry of, Rockaway side of the house. We
are new
friend of Mr. Jas, I' Vlntng, Ormond,
and In the bandsof
-Mrs. Robt. L. Motlow family well
Beach, N. Y., who baa leased one of the ., lines all the time and shall enter to Co. though you were will be pleased to learn that he will have
him. better
wbo have' been visiting relatives In Winchester the tailor. Try Nothing
White cottages at Rockledge, passed I whims. Try us. John 1C. Walker Mrs. Jas P. taco of Hotel Jefferson '
Tenn. for about six: months, your Vlnlng was a passenger than Continental. John n, Walker management Key
through TUusville, Saturday:! last, on her returned home, Wednesday. Mr. & Co., TItusville. on Wednesday's belated train, en route & Co. Tltu vtlle. West this winter, and bo passed throughTltueville i
on ;
way to the latter place,. ,accompanied by Motlaw went to Tennessee to escort them -The Hon. Luther Mauship Ills to Key West from Ormond, to loin her \ on Sunday, on his way to the
her daughter. home. 'We are pleased to note Mm' "Song and Story-Humorous Southern:! husband, who is tbe manager of Hotel -The Indian River Band gave' a concert Island City, to get his house In order for :', '?
Jefferson. It will not be long Mrs. at the Opera honso TItusville last the' wliloli will be tn S1
yf When answering advertisements Motlow improved' In health. Selections," In the Lyceum Theatre Tltusville erg opening, a couple "
la these columns," would confer on Tuesday evening, to a !faIrly Vining has a host of friends In Key Friday evening' before a very fair au of day or so, During tbe summer Mr. < f '
you FOR THE LADIES. The whole store West for she Is wherever dience. After the concert a dance was will take dontl.
favor by tying you saw the advt.' In tbe crowded bouse. Mr. Hanship, in his very popular Vlnlng charge of the "
:EAST COAST ADVOCATE. By 'so doing but more especially the south side. varied and Illimitable anecdotes, dialects she goes; Indulged In, which ended about 11 p. m. nental hotel, Atlantic Beach, one of the '

you will\ receive better attention from Anything you want-If you are tired witticisms, etc., received much applause, -:Mr. J. C. Beck, |Jr,, of Miami, the :rIF YOU INTEND BUYING famous Flagler hotels. Mr. Vlnlng,: Is a 4.
the advertisers. we will get for you anything; we are and the audience was frequently con.vulsed bustling manager: of ihe Florida Lyceum Christina or Now Tear's Presents we llrst-class and popular hotel manager; i
out of, :while you rest. We are gradually those and formerly managed; Hotel CoquIna,
with laughter.. On the whole, Circuit was a on yesterday's advise our readers to patronize
-M1s Louise M. Powe of Newton, stuck In such shape Ormond and Hotel Colonnades Sea i
getting our ; ,
wholesome entertainment -
merchants asking
It was a good, one man southbound train, en loute home after a live, up-to-date are
Mass. in writing ADVOCATE: on Mon. that all wants J. breeze For several he ha
we can supply your summers
but could have been trip through the stale. While at Titus for a shore of your patronage" In the
day, says: "-As I write, a fierce snowstorm R. Walker & Co., TItusville.Mr. upon by a little music. vllle he hoard of the bad accident to his columns of the ADVOOATB. managed Hotel Greylock, Wllllamstown,
Is almost bllzz-trd making Ma where he successful
raging; a wa quite
' one think longingly of "$,he balmy .- Henry J. Egger of TItusville\ -Attorney Thomas J. De Steuben. a runaway pair of horses,' but he was gladto -Mrs. D. W. Monroe, of Lake City, lie hn relinquished this summer house
breeze of l lvCr. ,' will leave, next month, for Miami, where prominent resident of Wa-Wft, was a learn his wife was not In the orrrlageat joined her husband here lust Friday, ami to take charge. of tbe Continental Mr. I

he will open a grocery store. Mr. EicgorU !: pleasant caller at this pflice on Tuesday. the time. Is now domiciled In the Bast outrage, Vlnlog and his charming wile have a "I

-Mr. W. J. Duncan, one of the old one of the popular young men of our lIe called at this office to buy a Walton (WThere are a fw of our subscribers adjoining Mrs M. P. Robblns' residence, host of friends, who will wish them every !
and reliable commission merchants ofNew ton; and while we regret to lose him, Patent Calking Tool and some of the who have forgotten the fact that In South TItusville Mrs. Monroe I I. accompanied success) In their now fields of labor.
York city, was a pleasant caller at we wish him every' success In his coming Self-Locking Tackle Blocks He got they are In arrears. Please examine the by her mother, Mr. Cone.
this office on Monday, and subscribed for new field of labor In the county town of tackle Mr. II. Stanley Steven' of New York ,
the automatic
tool but name-nnd-date
the withrilusvlllb's the caking slip pasted upon your paper Mrs Gilbert and her son, Mr. J. A. who recently completed the '
ADVOOATB He was accompanied by Dade, which is now well stocked blocks not for sale In Florida, the week. We will be city, purchase
are yet or wrapper every
Mr.: E. Sidney Williams! of Rockledge.' former level-headed' and energetic 'I list and Gilbert, who have been spending/ several i of tho Hotel Palm Beach, jOlt
Boston and neighborhood re'flaln0111'' mailing
demand in we
noon / / '
business months at Odessa, N. Y.,' passed through; north of the Itoyal Polnolana, ha been
-Dr.;Geo. W, Purdy a prominent wIn- men. being so great that the company can do not like to strike our friends off, owing here here on Tuesday, en route to Eau making many Improvement on the .

ter resident of fobs Sound, writes us: I -Mr. Herman N. e thing, Prof Scbil-- hardly manufacture them fast enough./ to their oversight In not paying their Galll\ for the winter. Mr. Gilbert said hotel, and nulling things; to get It In ,

3end along your newsy! ADVOCATE for ling and Captain J. M. Lnflin, of New Mr. be Steuben owns an'orange /grove subscription.Mr. they left New York lna_ raging Know readiness for the opening, which will\ be rc !!t

the next six months. We've got: to have York, who have' been cruising on the ant pineapple plantation, and Is also W Bndd.. jr., traveling auditor storm, but had a 'very pleasant trip south on Saturday, December :20th Associated 'il r
all the gcod; things of Florida .at Camp house-boat Rose Marie, for over a week, Interested In the,wholesale fish business, of the F. E C. R'y., was here the latter on the Clydu steamer Iroquols.Mr. I with Mr. Mr. Stevens I II Mr. W. II. p

Comfort. Enclosed find check for|t. returned toTTIrnsvllle, Wednesday after- hence he wants the calker to calk his part of last week, checking I.. C. Branolng ., Ormes, an experienced hotel man, who "
John S. Fran State
-Mr. J."N. Worley and family, of j Georgia noon, quite delighted with their outing. boats. out, and F. 1'. B.irron In, an. station tlve-of the Diebold Safe and Lock (;0", of I II known to many people! on the East 9
who' have been visiting Dr. G. S. They got all the ducks and fish they -It Is safe to say that there was not A agent' at TItusville. Mr. Barron Is from Clinton, 0 was the pleasant callem Coast. who will have the management '
worley, of St. Augustine, passed through needed. They are not anxious to returnto prouder happier man In town, Tuesday Port Orange, where he has held asimllar at this,otllce on among Monday While here the hotel. Hotel! Palm lleuch I I. the t
York for a while, so have sailed of for number of Mr. L. newest hotel of the above famous resort, "
T tusville, Sunday, en route to Miami.; New than Mr. T. T. Reese, manager; position a years he carefully examined the Walton Self- I
They were accompanied by Attorney Geo. oft In the direction of tbe Thousand the Beach Club at Palm Beach. The U. Hrnnnlug will have charge of the new f.dreking'I'ackie Block, and said It was and 1 I. a commodious establishment with ':.

A. Worley and Dr. Games Worley. The Islands, after more duck ,and fish, and cause of It all wan the arrival on Wednesday F E C station at Palm Beach, for the finest device for hoisting he had ever accommodation for about BOO/ !guest ;iI:"

Party will probably visit Cuba before returnIng to enj 'y. the delightful weather we .are evening,: of two lat ge crates, containing which place be will\ leave on Saturdaynext seen. For hoisting and lowering safe, Tbl hotel has a very fine location on, ;
with Mr. P. U. Wright Lake Worth and has a frontage on the
to now having. four splendid elk head, all a accompanied by he I It Invaluable. ,
Georgia.The thought
and most np-to- magnificent spread of antlers. They were tbe telegraph; operator. They will take lake of 220 feat. It will be run on the \ Ir
-One finest
Florida Extract Works, of TI. of the. the East Coast U handled by the Houthern ExpressCom Amos Wilkes, colored, to bustle baggage./ -Mr. and Mr.. A. G. Baxter. of East American plan at moderate rate, vie., y,
tusville, which was closed down for a date jewelry stores on through/ the local agent, Mr. I... Troy, Pa., are stopping at the Sembler tl: per day and upward When It I It I* I.
: Mandavllle.Titiisvllle.This puny Commissioner J, Y. Detwiler
' L Fish
pew' days make that of Mr. Mr. Baxter the Kant known that with board !
to necessary repairs to Constantine and delivered at Palm Beach, Outage. was on once room may < ,
and tastefully "
the boiler, Is now In full swing again store has Just been neatly and varnished, where they will adorn the walls of the New Smyrna:! ; and Prof. B. U. Wright callers, Coast of Florida three years ago, and was be bad In a tirst-class, up-todate hotels a '

turning! out large; quantities of tannic papered, painted and trim Club house. These elk beads are thetropblel of Penyan. N. T., were pleasant greatly benefit ted In health, so ban re whore the Iuelltaet/ every attention *nu ; t
"''d. This la the concern In which Mr. and |II now looks an bright this as of the successful bunting trip ut this, offloe last Saturday They were :, turned and will star. on the East Coast amusement, at so low a pile a* three ,; (

wm.. M Brown, president the Bank a young lady at a wedding./ Besides made a couplo months ago In Montana, on a cruise on board the aaloflaml-anl yawl] Lucifer until! May, as he bellev the health seekers dollars a day, many people will visit r.
or Improvement' two floe cherrystainedgUss sod Intended going; an far make mistake leaving Florl I'alm liencu who heretofore felt they
Bay 'vice and great
Biscayne, Miami, and -preei- Messrs. Reese and Bradley they
have been added by West. are on an Investigation I
(lentof showcases, SxSJft., probably Key the fiom our could afford It. Although some ,'
the Indian River State Bank, of will be shown to admiring/ and, wonderIng da too soon, a* change hardly '
iitusvllle |Is i to the other show oases In the store. trip-Mr. Dotwller looking balmy climate to tbe cold, .et spring of tbe Northern hotel pRperl stated that. ;1\ I
interested the
| coming season.
80 I
iarKey/ all kinds ol sportsmen while Prof. White I
with kinds of fish
1 These cases are filled after all ; of the North, Is too great. for one who I I. Mr. Steven I Is proprietor of Hotel Em- v 1.
SATURDAY EVENING-rWALKER, AM beautiful presents, suitable for Christmas Tropical Sun.\. Is anxious to secure certain specie of not In robust health. plre, New York, h* Inform tbe Ar>vo- {II ,
>., at the request of many, will serve and New Year; so do not say you shell, which are only to be found along CATS that he I I. neither the proprietor r I "
Oysters-plain or milk stews-the old are compiled to send away for your Garlner1Flyers. the East Coast and In the Everglades.' ; JUST RECEIVED A FRESH LINE OFdried or manager of Hotel Empire. Read the J
time' standard of excellence. Walker Jewelry this Chrlrtraas. Those who areconstantly Messrs. Detwiler and Wright are both of fruits, candles aid nut. W. E. Palm Beach hotel ml. on our 4th page. ,4 4 ,

Co., the Department Store. sending out of town for what Dolls lets to$4.00, drums fireworks, a scientific turn of mind ..) they anticipate Goldsmith. 'j \
for a little extra enjoyable cruise along the East
In TItusville an
they can get cloth dolls and Noah's Arks broomsNecktie .c
Good Honda Meet lug. ;
matter whether It be jew. Coast. If
furnished cost-no Collar and Cuff Boxes, Clothing
House for' Kent. not -
elry, printing or anything else-are dollar Wbeel-barrows, wagons, games, LOOK OUT FOR THE NEW GOODS A meeting of the Good Roads Asocla- .'f 1atlon 1,'

A seven-room house, five' rooms completely bearing In mind TItusville the fact helps that every the town Boys', girls' find children's books arriving every day; )[en'.and Tonth's' I am again stocking my TltusvllU I II hereby called for Wednesday '
furnished, for'rent until spring. spent In indirectly. Toy Sewing Machines.C. Fashionable Clothing, Shoes, lists clothing store with a full line of NEW Dec 17th, at Stewart' ball, Melbourne ;

Address "P., O. ,Box 33"TItusville along-directly or 'It, A. GAKDSBK, Tltus>vllle, Fla. and Furnishings AND UP-TO-DATE OEXT8. FURNISHING At 1't0p. m., to consider a proposition
Fla. 1C. W. RHODRS. GOODS-the prettiest line of for bonding the Third Commissioner".) t

Yacht Outing for Sale. Launch for Sale. TItusville Fla. CLOTHING ever shown on the East District, for a sum sufficient to complete 9 ,
of road now In process ofconsti ,
Tents for Coast of Florida.Now the system
Bale Cheap. is chance to buy a Chrmtma uctlon. As this Is a matter of Interest ,
Good Cabin 2 ,. To Musicians.A your
20x8x14. 23 feet beam 0 feet. Standing
Dimensions Length send for It. general attendance "I'
Protect suit No to away to everybody, a
Plants from your cold orange 600 Mo trees Far and land tender tents, berths. Address, Box TItusville 197, Fla. roof and storm curtains. Mahogany partition baritone horn-for sale, nearly new; We can give you a perfect fl.. Everything I I. requested. : t.

all sizes, for sale,;cheap. 4t t. separating enginearoomdfrglassom cockpit. cost *23.00; will sell for $17.00. Can be new and the latest fashion. Notan E. r. BiiAUCir, j i ,
In tile bouse.
old of good ,
sote cork at the store of piece
WM. M. BBQWN, Lockers under all seats. Pant seen
TItusville, Fla. For Sale, Bearing Orange Grove, filled cnshlngs. Hull! copper sbellthed.es I J.R.W..LKICU&CO., Mall order promptly attended to. Door, Mash and lillnd '
-, t_ ', H. P. Moo Vapor Motor, safe and reliable I Titusvlllo, Fla. Tltuavllle M*. "
Launch for Sale.I About four acre Trees came through uses Kerosene. For farther' par- Building Material and Brlok at lowest

the great freeze without being killed. tlculars address, "Bor; 73-.." For Sale. prices. Prompt shipment )
'feet leaf Injured since then by the cold. U St. Augustine: Fla. 1'fnewood Wanted. GKO. II. Kin.TALD. "
long, buUt hi Geo. Gln< not 200
for selling. Xmas gifts egg
old ftnt-elaas condition. Reasons .
Equippedeawith LOCK:: BOX 160, brooder combined. Bnrrough's) balletlo Bid asked for one hundred cords of ,
tnhles. Address King engine, speed Bye 21i Melbourne, Fla. We Give Any Lady table (parlor billiards), 0x3 feet new. four-foot pine,IIlhtwood or mixed, f.o b. Dado County Land For 8al .

$25: each or $13 for both. (JO. on line 71*. K. C. Ky. Right reservedto .
Launch, care ADVOCATE, Sale. A splendid chance to earn spending Box Ol), Cocoa, Fla. reject any or all bid. For sale, cheap the northeast quarterof
Tltosville, Fla. Launch for money very easily working for us In their W. It. IOUII, southeast quarter of section 3. town- _

leisure time; the work: Is not hard, and Agent Waterworks, skip 39. south of range 41 east; close to
Yacht for Sale or Charter. A 33ft naphtha launch, 0 cabin horse power entire any woman or girl who ba a little spare A llare Chance.A 41 West Palm Beach, Fla. O. K. ;Wood' pineapple plantation on

Morrie elahta engine; windows, time will do well to avail themselves of 8t Lucie River; 0 acre..

Ioop yacht,38 feet long, lit feet beam, length of the boat; plate glass BOAt only this great opportunity to earn money.. fine,oomplete"entJeman' residence clone to, Cook Wanted. Also. the northeast quarter of northeast I
21 ee' and leather cushions and .lIt.S large stable anlll) sore of land, township 88,
draft, 5 Jean ; flags will Send up 23 cents (silver) we quarter of section 18,
new" scale, everything f Jr comffo t.awnf two jean' old. Coat, new. 1JjOO: ; once send you the cloth with full directions a growing town. Trains, etc. It could Wanted a cook-In a small, private south of range 41 east; on sooth fork of
*U bouse. For ,
or charter for 'IQOO, caab. anywhere In the U. be used for a boarding particulars v River 40 Apply to
II for the winter. Nice famV" sell for this bar- prepaid by us boarding bons Apply to St. Lade ; acre
boat Will 'captafn for boat Make early application S. so can commence work: at write the owners. J. D. A LSIOAD.Fort Cue II. WAi/rAjr, f
Address Address onceT Address BKILLIANTINA CO., /, Addr.'Dos Tltusvllle, Fla.
gain. Pierce, Fla.
L'fDr.L.'f.'f Rrv'ER, Uendenonville, N. 0.
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jall : Rooms: Bockledge, Fla. (Q 7-1) Boxbury:: Mass.
:Box 102, Jacksonville, Fla. 31i



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1', In case the army should be met by securing: the famous Mnrye'*, Height Notice of Intention to Apply for or theCun'poretionto aid( property of acquire the l'alrnetto immediately. Jbtnot the GENERAL, DIRECTORY.

arYs above town. At bent only small Works alll Fibre Factories at Tltne"llle and -
'!'.**? ri'AILlN 1fONt [\ the enemy after crossing the Kuppa- parties''the could have. crossed at the fordii. Letter Patent.TVTOTICE Palatka Florida. and t.o Pay for the same Iu oap- wanw U. 0. LANO'' OFFICE.H.8. .

hannock and passing Kredericksburg lad Stock and Bonds oC the CorporatlmLAKTICLR ot tin Company C'lmbb.. ... ....... .. .... ... .1tPJ
short march would it and, small pal1'lp8"OllU bnv! t been: OIVEN THAT THE [V. The business W. S. Robinson.. .... ,
l 1 p bring to nnviga- IS! KKBBBY. conducted by a Board. of Directors con Receivq
I I. OI5 \ blo waters where tbe friendly ships useless In the fiiw.of the Confederates l\ undersigned, will apply to the Hon.' W. H.' slurring will be for the Stet year of nine (ill members and gilloei at Gainesville Florida.U. .
b l and Jennings, Ho""rn" of Florida, at the Executive : arsof such number of tiireo-
Iilje.11 already on the around ap rorsuoeedlnK ) 8. SENATORS.
and gunboats could take part In the OIHoe at 'Tallaluwsee the Capitol on the their regular meeting .
The of the tare II" the Btodkholdors .... .. .. .. .. .
. um proaching.! delay pontoon IMoeiulier!, A !>., 1UOU for Letters of Directors aball dealfrntite.; : J. P. rallttferroB. Jac..nvlll.
campaign Hurnslcle's chances; of success until week after Dftthdayof the Proposed Clutter published b&low for the election K. Mallory. .. .... . .. 1'0"1
did arrive from "
which not a Patent upon auionB Seet'detaryami l
5S.Iii lay In a rapid crossing' of the ellectaPresidenflll'! President. !
they hnd brail promised, was fatal to Ji. CON l1tESSMEN.
river and the seizure! of the heights! of WILLIAM BROWN Treasurer of the Corporation, who will dlso1urge
Had arrived O. A. WIU.AHAM .such oii1uoe. Robert W. Davis. .
to ralttk
Fredericksburg which. command the effecting/ a surprise. they the duties usually apllOrtalnlnlt .. .. .. . .. ,
tI C.x C IGNCGr ALLAH N III KUD.W.8. of Dlreoton for the fl.at year will 8. M. Sparamau . Tamp
could have sent IJoard
"'wnk promptly Sumner HUANNIKO W
1 river and river roads toward Richmond consist ot William M Brown Le nuy fruit- FLORIDA LEGISLATURE: :.
river fifteen brigades of Infantry B f. GUAV. t'hllrl..11 N. Findley.
across the : D. Parm'.
for miles.In win. >
many Plmlok Bench. .
Allan N. B.TT.
C \Villrthan' .Renaw
1 and thirteen batteries a force Or..rge H. eonarrt, who will K. U. Hau lemon, Fort fierce,..
1 adopting his plan narumde had THE FLORIDA EXTRACT Medd W 8. Brannlnc. and 8 F. Gray, .Re.'reOelltJItIY'.
to with Lee's CHARTER pB at the first
large enough .cone van- theirnfaceeuntil those elected
made. It a point with the authorities atM COMTANT.AHTIOLK .

of the Is election shall be'llllLlilleli.81Oekbohlera for the purpose of eleo- Win 8.Jennings .. .. .. . .. .Ooveinorl
I' The corporation meetings
Qtnawvnaatte. aavA. KXTRACTCOMl'ANV name : prln and tranwctlnB otter business of II. Clay Crawford.. .. .. ..Secretary ..f stM"
the KLOU1DA Vlorlda.ABTIOI.B tingutcere which !' come 'he. .108011.' Whltttold. . . :. . Treaim
Otdeca UA1L chin) oulce nt Tltusville. the Corporation may \lrroperlp} ... ... ..
qC.rufioaljAli II. TUeobleots for which the Corporation stockholders meetings wi I upon the Wm. n Lainar AttorneyjBera; | |
lixu: and upon the same W. N. 8heat. .. .. .Supt.: Public Instrurthnl
established area : lath of ,
in day January
.. ... .
U. 11: McLln
businessnf malting roanufactnring Ajtrlellltlltn
1 ( ) 1'0 carry. oil the dav In each sucrnwnna year .. ... . !
buying rolling dealing In all n..tllral. I V. The Board of Director shall have Alonco J <;room .. .. Comiamii.
j % and UllLllllfaoturell prollucte I ofbuying. the ...8enO..r vote of tbe stockholders .1.CIllrordK.Foster.... ..Adjutantnein; ,
i commor"I..1 without
a I BAs selling/: and d..llnloIn. wuodx. plants, power to make alter amend and rescind the John Bradford.. ... ... ...Survejor-C.eneraiB; .

ya ', a fa%, tAtfmw Yt1 DId M route / lire's and palmetto, and any and all pro. bylaws of Ibis Corporation fU the amount to K. E. Rose llis'tt';;; Tallahassee;8 Florida State tueiuui;
r e k ducts that. cRnhe made from any of them lof I; he reserved as working capital/ to authorize and .
manufacturing, making, extract to bo executed
producing cause itpund(11IO,00M L'TaElIfm 1 COURT JUDGES
all products or .things that of One 1nmdred Thu )
\ andselllnicanyand I rrnduceduranutaatnmdorextracted : : : to the extent the real and personal property of yf it. Mabry.... .... .... .. ..Chief Junta
1 nan be marls, ., roots flliren, palmetto or! Dollars, upon' F. B. Carter. .. ...... ... .A.uochLteJu.UCt,
O J Q Q r ., R any from other" growth, thing or substance; ot pro. this l tnTCc'rent::'; In writing r nd pursuit to M.F.Taylor... .... .. .. ... ... ..

dm-lnir.iUHimfuclurlnK, lelllnp and dealing in the vote of outstanding tirerLdreotors have RAILROAD) COMMI8S10 RS.
a extract a tannin l): material and all issued and shall
other imlmetto kinds of tanning materials. : of ProduoiY'manufactnring : and authority to sell, assign, transfer or H. E. Day r Chairman ... .... . ..Galnesvlll,'L
G Farewell 4 + niuklutf, extracting and sellinKanvaiul powers dispose cf the property of this Curporotherwise J. I.. Morgan,.. ... .. ... . .. ... Ja.por) rl
toG all prodmtsextrectesuhxtarteesthings, ation as au entirety. J. M. .. .. .. ... .. .KI80Inllll...
t ) and materials. that can be produced manufactured The Directors may from time to time doter- John, L.Noeleyjn' clerk.. . .. .. .An-aniaf
JM made and extracted from the palmettoand mine whether and to what extent and at what Headquarters and oluoes at Tallahassee Fit
!* .L other plants and sulwtamw; of owning, us. times and places and under what conditions Mid CIRCUIT .
Blil y lag, patenting and copyrighting 1 ; the name "Fa.1. regulations[ tbe account and books of the Cor COU1l'f.MinorS.
: !aJtte metal Kxtrwt; ;. nun ol producing, manufacturing : to the Jones \ .Circuit Jmlin]
() : (ac} and making, a tanning' material and of cullIng YnupeetiunoftheStckholdoreibut every Stockholder J. D. Ifeirjrs, !, Orlaudo.Prnaecuting Atmrne)
It bv and .selling under that name; of buy shull have the right Inspecting the Sprint'J'erm-Fourth Monday in April. 1
iugsellingdealinIt lnandholding the shares stock and transfer books of the Corporation at Fall Term-Fourth, Monday In November

O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 bonds and other evidences of Indebtedness ol all times during liutdneo hours at the main of BREVARD COVMT COURT
other oorporationsand. Individuals,and to assign: fI..e..r the Company: at Tltusvllle Florida
'/ transfer,mortgage lodge the name, and while The Board of Directors may by resolutionpassed A. D.Pe .County Jmler I
( holder or stock to exercise the name right*. Including b) a majority vote of -th.. whole Board James 11:. Andrew \' Attnrnm I
.y Copyrlirht! 1902. by Q. L. Kilmer.] the right to vote, that a natural perton designate two or more of their number to constitute A. A.Stewart.. ... .. ... . County Clorkl;
1 or could do. executive committee, which commit Spring Term-S..con.11IIoollll1.Inl\ldY.
I the .nioi-0'.nff' N'ov. 15 1802 might an
r The following: 11.8.lhOI1: be construed bothaa tee shall for the time being as provided In said Bummer Term Second Monthly In Amr mist.
tin Army of the Potomac ; objects and powers: resolution or In the by-laws of said Corporation Fall Term--Beoond: Monday In Novpinber.
, IiI"spurted\ on the direct march : (b) 'o manufacture. purchase, or otherwise have and exercise all the power of the Hoard of Winter Term-.Second Monday In Febmary
//.1.i acquire Roods, wares, merchandise end personal Directors in the management: of the business
, II M1 for i'riHlericltgburg. General property of every class ante description and tolIIhl..owlI and attains of the Company, which may be law COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.R. ,

Ambrose' E. ,Burnsidc the new commander mortgage sell or otherwise; dlspw fully delegated and have ,lower to authorize the K. Mlins, Bnporlntendent. .... .BonnveiiturolMemlvers
of. trade deal In and deal with the .10"' .. seal of thus Corporation to b O affixed to all papers : J. M. Dixon, chairman TltiiHvlllel
proponed to march to Rich (0) To acquire and undertake the goodwill which.may require It. E.N. Andrews Coooa; C P. Platt VortPlercr]

mond by TVUK, of Frederlckeburff and preparty.rigbtsttranchlxeeandassets: of every. During their respective' terms .>f .mce\neither \
lull of firm, asHoolntlon COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.J.R.Walker I
V and the nubilities I any parson the Directors nor the members of the executive
r he counted] upon little opposition nt either wholly or partly
or corl'oraton. committee the President nor Vie.Presldant chairman Tltusvllle; John nj
I i that point. BurnsIJo bad taken' the and to pay I U canh stock ot the our shall be subject to removal nor shall their terms Mlot Conkllna( :;, Tlllnmn;Join,!
command from MfCMlan! few h : poratlou bonds or otherwise be shortened their I tenure. O. Jones, WoudleyJ.; Frank Hell, White City]
a days and shut; .
f id I) To enter 1 Into, niako kintl perform; carryout The Directors have power to bold meetIngs Regular. sessions are held first Monday in eat)*
) before and practically adopted one of / t : ( contracts of every and, for alawful to have one or more oillces.and to keep the mouto. "
the plans! his predecessor bad held In purpose with any person firm, association orcornoratlon. books of the Corporation (except the stock: and
transfer books) outside" of the State of Florida BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS
mind tor attacking( Ulchmond. (ev, To draw make accept, endorse, (!discount at Hiicb pianos! as may be from thin to niim designated A.D.PenneyTltusvllle: .. County JinlecJ
I bills of
The advent of Burnslde as leader of execute and issue promissory t :nnil dobentiiras notes, and' other ex- : i>y them. Jas. K. Andrews Tltiiriville! ;. . PrueAttg
changewarrants, > The Corporation reserves tile right to amend A.A. Stewart' 'llursullle.. . .. County C'lorki
the was n genuine surprise to or transferable instruments. In this
army negotiable alter or change any provision contained J, F. Wonton Cocoa.e Tax Assessor
officers and men The general himself (?) To apply for, reginter.hold purchase use and or otherwise CbArtctr.ln Ins manner prescribed bv Statute, E. W. Hall, T'ltnevllle.. .._ .. .Tax rullector|;
and own
F. had protested ngnlnat the removal of and In acquire sell. aexlgu, to grant,licenses In respectW operate, and all rights' conferred on stockholders hereinare F.,H. Boye.'1.ltu.vllle.... .. . ...... Treasurer]
granted. sublort to this reeor.ation
K.K.; Minis, Honaventure. .. Supt. I'ub. lint
k the head of the Army of the Potomac or otherwise, dlujmso and all of Inventions a d deal,with Improvements and turn, AuriuLB VI. 'f he bonded lnd..b'eclness ft theCompany J. f>. Fries, '1'1'usville,.. . .. .County BurvejrnrJJ.P.
in the midst of a campaign, but the SOLDIEHS GREETING M'CLKLLAN. formulae account any prooenres, trade names and trademarks (lUH.IMHi shall. ) Dollars not exceed, and 4 me otter Hundred indebtedness Thousand Hrown.Tltusvllle,. .. ._ . .. .. __ Sheriff
.. T.J. Cockshutt: ,LaIrange..Rep. | I.tratlon Olllcerj
letter patent:of the United
copyrights of
authorities at Washington! were committed I shall. not be oiented In excess Twenty-Five
''o.I1I11IIIIr.OIJ! that u pontoon bridge guard. The failure led to the bloody Slates, and of any or all foreign countries. and I Thousand (26.IKMI Dollars but In tiling thee TI'rUBVILWt'COwN: COUNCIL.
to change.. Burnable was should be forwarded overland disaster of in December patent rights: of ill I kinds., limit the prelerred" stock IIb..lI\1ot be considered G. A. Frost Van marshal anti
froui Fredericksburg Worley
( ) To conduct busuiuiis, In any of the States mayor
personally populnr with the troops be g as Indebtedness.IN '
theUnited tax collHotori: R. E. Minis jr., clerk and treal.
Alexandria 'to the front I following. Territories. Colonies or flop ndencles of the
as undersigned
soon as WHKREOBV
pt / had led In battle and came to the new Possible States' In the District of Columbia and W11\NKHS. of the nrer; John Henry tax assessor; J. R. Walker j
mid It was expected reach the GEOKGB L. KILMER. have joined im sulMcrllnng Inrorporators L. A. P.J.Hi\UandJ.L
field with the reputation of a fighter. : in any and all iorelgn countries, to have one or KLOItlUA EXTRACT COMPANY, each. of thorn F.A.l/lorpan.: Brady,
C'arrutUers. councilmen The council niootsf
I place almost -- --- oftlces therein ti> holu, purchase more
crossing << as soon as. the! inure subscribing the following number of sharesof
lie had commanded the of lint In each month.
right wing .. Tuesday
real and
and personal property,
vanguard of {he All the Is Not Worth )1..ntloDlnlll' gaits: convey the common stock of the Corporation which
the army at the storming of South army. day without limit as to amount. In any such Htate. are to be paid for property labor or IIervlceat TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TRADE.
Lightning recently struck Boston '
13th of November the several t a Territory Colony District or Fur
corps a just valuation to be nxed by the Directoryof
Mountain few weeks before and led woman and glanced off. When they i sign Country but always subject to tbe laws the Company at a meeting to uu called for O. M. Robbins, president; .1. M. Dixon tree
the army Bet their faces toward Fredericksburg thereof. J. O. Meets second wednesday -
the left wing which brw-ely charged that purpose to wit I urer. Vast secretary.
fo the river and gclzifj the I and Sumuer's &ecotid asked If she wasn't shocked, she admitted in) To remunerate any person or contortion WILLIAM M. Uuowx. l\fI\ -..hnree.C. night in each month at their rooms.
heights corp
across in
for services rendered or to be rendered plno
that she was. but didn't mind A, WILLAHAN. 1O shares.ALLAN .
la the face of the Confederates at An- stood on tbe heights of Fuluiouth 111 Ing or assisting to place or guaranteeing: the N. MKUD, shares.. I FREE! AND ACCEPTED MASONS.

a, tletam. view of the city early on the 11th. It"So placing' of any of the shares of stock other of tbe cor W. tJ; IlllASNl.NO.. lOsbares. {ndlan River Lodge, No. DO, holds Its meeting
t z many extraneous objects coalesceto pomcionorany or 8. F. ltt .Y.. lOshares. the second and fourth of eaclj:
Friday evenings
Next to "Fighting Joe" Hooker there Sumner wanted to cross the river at the corporation, or in or about the formationor Klrkla.
agitate neurotic adjuncts." sue WILLIAM [ JlICOWlCJ Titnsville month, at their lodge room Indian River hotel I
was no subordinate commander In the once by the fords and seize the coveted promotion of the corporation or In( the con C. A. WILLAHAN. or Tltusvllle, Florida at 1:31 o'clock p. m. J. R, Walker W. M '
remarked "that the addition of personal duct of Its business. ALLAN N. Maim, of Tltusvllle, Florida.W. F. A. Morgan, BOC'T.ORDER .
heights before the enemy should get ((1)I) To do any or all ofthe thing herein set BRAKXI. of ituDvlllo. Florida.
east whom the soldiers generally looked shock: from aerial electricity Is 8. :
news of his presence and move to their forth to the lame exten t as natural persons might 8. F. OR Ay, of Tltusvllle, Florida. OF EASTERN STAR,
ya up to with greater respect than really unworthy of an allusl n.- or could do and In. any part of the World.Ii .
defense. other bunlness STATE Of Jl'r..oRIOA.c ) Friendship Chapter No. 11 holds Its meetin
share' ( In !general to curry on any ,
Burimlde, and yet they could but News of importance to the Confederates Cleveland Plain Dealer. In connection with tha foregoing whether man. BKKVAUD AUNTY JOn In the Masouio Lodge room Titusville I on th::
; his own doubts as to the wisdom of ufai'turlnic: or otherwise and to have and to exerclite 'this 20th day of November, A. D. 1002 per first Tuesday in each month at 3;.SO o'clock p. m.
v., placing the hero of Newbern In the always traveled -fast In Virginia TO CUBE A. COLD IN ONE DAY all tIe, powers conferred by the laws of sonallvnnme before me. William M. ltrowo, C. and the third Tuesday in each month at 7:>\ l
u It was next to impossible to catch the Take'Lrtxatlve Bromo Tablets. Florida upon corporations formed under Its A. Williihao, Allen N. Medd Vf 8. Brnnnlugalid. o'clock p. m. the following: are the officers oral
shoes of "Little Mac. McClclIan's departure Quinine Statutes ; It being hereby expressly; provided 8. F. Urny. each to me personally well known the lodge: Mrs. G.M.Rubbin.worth matron T
from the Just'/' as' the southern leaders napping. There was All druggists/ refund the money if It falls that the !! enumeration of specific pow. and each of them acknowledged to rue that be Dr. H. R. Wilson, worthy patron : Airs. B. R.
camps an Insignificant garrison nt Fredericksburg to cure. E. W. Grove's signature Is on ers shall note held to limit or restrict in any signed thefnregohigChartrr.' Wilson associate matron; Mr. F. A. Murgnn.tre..nrer .I
troops set out for the scene of new t manner the power of the corporation.The IN WITNESS! W1lEREurIhave. hereunto set ; Mrs. li. C. crlmceoiir: secretary,!
adventures was the occasion of a demonstration all the time that the armies were ctpch box. 25cts. duration o( tbe corporation shall be FiftyAKTICLIC my hand' and ntllcUl seal at Tit revue, ),Florida Mica Kate Stewart, condiioCi, ens J Mrs John A.I
j maneuvering and lighting; north of 'the tao) years. the date first In this certificate Itieu. HuibesasBooiaterou.luctress Mrs. G. W. Bco-|
which showed the deep hold The list of spenkershlp candidatesnow : lit. The Corporation shall be authorized (MEAL] 11'. A. IMDUGvN1.nov28de Me"Adah ; ALrn. J. R Wa ker, ltuth ; Mrs. F. A.f
he had upon the affections of the meu tappuhunnoclt.[ Even If the garrison tolsmiif. .pl>.. nook to the PxMnr of Tao| had been a sleepy one Sumner would Includes! Cannon and IIltt of 111)) Hundred and Fifty Thousand(290,000) Dollars di Mrs. T. T. Wet.u,ore, Marshal ; Miss Zauilifj
he had led through many fierce battles Babcock ..hl"lluW 1 weutnvt* numiruU 44.outn slmncs' of Stewart KlrataI2xccutor8: .
The order had been given out that have had no chalice to surprise It when nols of Wisconsin. LlttleOeld the par. value of me Hundred Dollar each, utwhich Notice.

he reached the river for on the very of Maine. Growvenor of Ohio. DuUell of Quo 1'b.0."d. l ((1.1100)) snares shall be pre-
there should be no formal parade of jarred to ilivMemli,, alone, and shall be entitled '
the ranka'on the day of )1cClellun's1el1vetaklng. day that he started for Frederlcksburg Pennsylvania and suppomibly. Sherman to semi-annual non-cu'i ulallve dividends at Notice.
Nov 15 Lee had sent ot! the rate of Seven ((7) per cent annually, if the :
a regiment and Payne of New York. ALL -
Thus .. Sheriff
but the instant the favor same ahull be earned and declared by the Hoard 1" Brown as and exDftioloAimlnlstiainr
Infantry and a battery of. artillery the tbe balnnci of the total of the Estate: J.C. Krluk.deiieaseil. all whom it
ite chief appeared on horseback beaded withdrawal.of Speaker Henderson of Director ; and capital ofilium To may onoeru :
has Sled\ his su gestion In writing
from his to fifteen Hundred OW
1 for Washington the soldiers rushed to camps at Culpeper some may cause a more spirited and Important stock shares s amounting, all all bo common tuck (1, ) liiHolveno the estate ttt said deceased.Tliurefoiva Id HERKHV IVBV: THAT SIX
miles above to keep 'Ward the said NOTICE 1 | .. from tile detect this notice I
over stuck shall I havhrgelain.sagainst will
the roadside pellmell and l began to 1 lie holders <>f the preferred not be
crossing.But content than was at first fullyrealised. entitled to vote at any meeting of the stockholders entate a>.. beraliy required to apl.ear-and file resent my llnal .ojounMto'the HonorableA.
swing their gaps and cheer In chorus. and shall not be entitled to tote at th"4ii pisiporly autliHntleared lu mj Court on or D. Penney, County Judge In and for Brevaril
The outburst heard farther down Lee's activity did not stop with of tbe Directors. any ]toma) the 4th day ot Apr11,1Swn. County, State of Florida I and apply for Letter*
wiuj the sending of H trivial re-enforcement! i -" '""" i The cal.ltal..took or each part thereof as Slav, Ordered this :27il day. of September A. D. 1U03. of Dismissal as Kxecuior of tae Estate of HansJei

n the road and other soldiers took the to the feeble garrison already on the It Is said that'an' American civil en- be decided upon'by the Directors, may be soil (Seal] A. D. t'E".1"OEY.. >pseu, deceased late of the County of Kruvt>rv, State of
"i Florida
cue and lined the fields on both sides for property labor or services at a just valua- 1..m-27mur County Judge.
ground. The first detachment was followed wrnEerVbo! Is now ,building a railroadIn Ion of anon property 'labor or services, to be SORENSEN!:
t. the After he had ridden Fxecntor of
() way. a .., Estate of Hans Jeppsen.
few hundred rods McClellan'a pathway up by two divisions of Long. Sweden drew the plans for and constructed lug caled for Directory such purpose of the, Company It being 'the at a object n et L The ADVOCATE: does job printing. Jensen, FI..., Nov. in, tutu. lam 6-ui

was simply a narrow lane between vast street's Infantry W. II. F. Lee's brigade the first "highball." It is to .

of cavalry and battalion of ar be hoped that the railroad
swarms of soldiers who alternately Indulged tracks he -- '

in cheers and words of complimentary tillery. Had Sumner crossed his men lays will not be as crooked as some of : '
over the fords, as he wished to do I luinedlntely .
greeting. those made by the frequent Imbibers

McClellan rode slowly down the liner upon his arrival they would of the drink he Inaugurated. ,

on his mettlesome battle charger Devil have net with strong opposition befon'REAL

Dan, waving his cup and bowing, first I The report of the scientists that the I

to the right and then to the left and .'
this continued for many miles through ENJOYMENT* Island of Martinique la likely to sink ... -....

the camps of all the brigades, divisions i The woman who reads this will understand out of IIIht111; probably not disturb

and corps he bad led on the peninsula. | to the full what Mrs. Tipton meant the (}t'OIJIt'vho still Insist on living on .

It was a trying hour for the Army of when she says "I am enjoying good I that volcanic:! reef. After what they .-

the Potomac and for the country as health." It takesa have pitHHed through/ they appear to be

., well and McClellun's last words to tbe person who has .- .. beyond the reach of alarm. '.,
keen made :: ..
officers and men were"I ask you to

stand by your new chief as you have wretched to hy understand sickness The Zionist "shekel day" observanceIn 11 A NEW INVENTION.

',' stood by me." the joy of New York bus nothing to do withJ .

On taking second thought the army health Alexmid: Dowle. though the latter

was disposed to congratulate Itself upon There are very has a little Zion near Chicago and Is

;" the choice of Durn side for a new many women whp said to be not Indifferent/ shekels. Recently Patented all Over the .World.
suffer aa did Mrs.
a' leader since a change .was Inevitable. .
He was gallant and bold and while bo
be cured as the When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
had never held so high and Importanta washy the use of Tonic because the formula Is plainly .

command ho had won small victories Dr. Pierce' Favor bottle The Walton
printed on every showing that It U .
i t Pre I .
e crlp.tlon. ilrngly Iron and Quinine In a tasteless .

It establishes form. !No cure No pay. SOctt.Nv ,

slow experience. The soldiers wanted regularity, ,

to win and would follow with enthusiasm dries the drains Pha. of Rsiee ...0101.... Self-Looting Tackle Block.

: any leader who promised Victory which weaken Trouble trouble trouble
a Burnslde's women heals (inilammation t>e country all In bloaaom.
plan of campaign was
t and ulceration and cures White man grot de turkey. Made In various shapes and sizes, of
very elaborate and had, tbe weaknessof female weakness. So he b.*da' fer de postural
It makes
weak women WOOD IRON"anil
leaving the 'BRqXZE. tr
enemy and general circumstances strong, sick women well.
out of account lie proposed "I *? with Pleasure I recommend. 1>1' Plercc'i Oh. my honey. x work equally well with rope. chain or '
What we wine ter doT
'' medicine writes Mrs. Nora Tiptoe of Cropper wire I '
hurry forward of
one rope.
corps Whit de
man cot turkey
(Cropper SUtlooShelby. Co., Kentucky.. I'You
r troops to occupy Fredericksburg and r...i ml.:r my case was on. of female. wtek...... En he want de possum tool Will work at any height upside down,
gather at that point rations for the and weak lunfra.. I had no appetite and would Atlanta Constitution!
often horizontally or at angle and'wnl
spit blood ; wa..utiueci la mybrd almost any ,
army for twelve days. Supplied for a hair of the time and could h.rdly.tand on my WantedWe stop and lockab| point.. >
feet at times. for the
two weeks' campaign, the soldiers fwlns through my whole
body and syMem. My husband had to tiny larm would like to ask, through the columns Invaluable for everykind of business
would march for Richmond and attack doctor bills for m.. but since I have taken four
before Lee could bring his army to the bottles. of Dr. Pierce's oWen Medical Discovery of your paper If there is. any person where ajblock Is needed, frequently saying -
four of Favorite. prescription and three who has usedGreen'sAuguetFlower
defense of the Confederate capitaL vials of Ple. the labor of one man
sent relicts we haven't paid any for the cure of Indigestion, Dyspepsia, or, more.

Marching on Richmond by way of since more I doctor stopped hula using It Dr.had Hem been,,'. medicines seven, months. ami and Liver Troubles that has not been Nothing like It for hanging .stretchIng -

Fredericksburg was only another 1 h.".* "been enjoying good h..IU.U. the time. cured-and we also mean their results I rm p wires. '

Biet boa transferring tile army to I can never pails these medicines too highly, Such as sour stomach, fermentation of
b peninsula. McClellan had taken many I have who received suffer ..so I much did will beneut take Dr.I pray Pifircc't thai food, habitual costiveness nervous dyspepsia I f I 1 AddreB8all| communications to .

the army to the peninsula In April. medicines. I am mire they will .never" fad to headaches despondent feelings, / l"r; iy i/ {p 'Ip y r' .sq ."
:J8C2, by water avoiding the necessity toe cure look when better given than a fair they trial.. ever. K saw.crrbodr me. I.tells.... leeplessness-in fact any trouble connected t 1 ', I. ,t F' I y t l t l I l l Capt. J. O. WALTON, Inventor. f 111 i ,,

.f fighting for the passage of the Rap sure | feel better than 1 ever. did before. with the stomach Oil liver? This / l I tl ;'
pahannock river In tbe vicinity of "Favorite Prescription has the testis medicine fans been sold for many ynars In '( Il 133 St. Botolpb. St., Boston Mass. ; I 1(

} mony of thousands of women to it. complete all civilized countries, and we wish to 1 P ill I
Frederlclciiburg. But with the army of with ( y I"I"I Factory at the American Construction '
and send
cure womanly dillea_ Do not correspond you you one of I m 4'4'II
close to the ILappahannock and the accept an unknown and unproved substitute our books free of cost. If you never triad II I I; Co'.. bollding255; Atlantic Are., Boston

+ nemy: eo far as was known at hendtqoarterg in its J>lace. ? August Flower try one. bottle first. We

} far away: It seemed feasible Pro Tiercels Pleasant Pellets are a have Diner known of Its failing. ,If so, iill
to steal a march across the river and ladies* laxative. No other medicine something more serious Is the matter i Sample Blocks can be seen at tbe AD- Ip' III,

t "strike some water bas between Fred equals them for gentleness and thorough with you. Ask your oldest druggist. I I VOCAIB office> Tltusvllle. 'I ; I 'h'' ,

I8tlWlI.urz.4.oI1..1Ucbmond.. neea, G. O. QBEEN, Woodbury, 2f. J.




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EAST (JiASTprofessional' .., ... ADY) OC ATE. DECE5f13ER'. .'_12, 1902. '
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:::;::::::::::: I ItGEO The Cost of Coal 31luln.. \ The \.. M. C. A. and Temperance. .

M. BOBBINS The British board of trade tins Just That the Young: Men's Christian! association Italy Need Not Worry. Over-Work Weakens "

CURED published some tulilen regarding the casts Its influence on the side The professional visit to this country Your
Ive ATTORNEY AND COUNSELORATLAW LAST. average price of coal ut the pit's mouth of tempeninctf goes without saying, of Signer M.inongnl furnishes quite] a

In the different great? cool producing but that It is in many places doing effective remarkable cuss of art wedded to misfortune Unhealthy Kidneys: Make Impure Blood. I

practice In State and United States ; Good News For All countries as well us the number of temperance work In an eminently Mud music uianetl by tllxoord.
fflll Who Suffer tens turned out After experiencing more or less dlfli All the blood< In your body passes through
Court. by a single miner In a practical: way may perhaps not
With ICIiciimatisiu cnlty with the your kidneys once every three minutes.
Free. operutloiM of Immlgratlon
year, which ore of timely Interest In be generally known Here Is an Instance our The
n, Office at TiTtfavtL'ni!, FLA. all who this laws and becoming I I involved n kidneys are your
iIt will drfree with R n natlim I country In view of the Investigations !: blood purifiers, they IllIL'
-- gladly: so the wonderful story now being made Two a imi at? of lawsuits with bin uitiniigprs ( ter out the '
of how by the anthracite years ago the Railroad YoungMen's waste* or
L. GAULDEN, my mother with rod arbitration coiimilsHlon. Christian the gifted Italian has appealed for 111'0.tt'ctlon Impurities In the blood 1
D. uttering, together moltelab"d association of Colura
the K
they sick
to his home or out ;
Ir. rate Rheumatism Reducing the British shllllnRS and bus, 0., started to be government While
ATTORNEY-A.T-LAW. ever pub as generous as .- of order.they all to do I i
llItllod.Yo(; pence to American the Italian ministry has taken rognl m
dollars and cents the Kitloons at Grogans, In the neighborhood their work.

th, Will practice III all the Courts of' the state tlMIU Is!matter what YOllr form of RlItHlma- we find the average cost of producing of the Columbus, Sunduskyapd sauce of the Incident, It In hardly likely Pains,aches andrheu-
I and the United States Courtl. whether acute, chronic to CIIIIHO serious International matisrrv come from f
.e 01)Florida lar, InflAmmatory muscu a ton of coal at the pit's mouth in the hocking Valley railroad construction any of excess -
sciatic complications I uric acid In the
yen f.O neuralgia, gout lumbago, etoLDonm. various countries as follows: India shops, by cashing the checks of the blood,duo to neglected
InIxI ter how 11.05 United however, it Is a regrettable; squnblile! kidney trouble. I
many doctors have failed In ; States $l.3l; Australia employees of the railroad company. In

> J. WEBB, your case-no matter how many socallec $1.C2; ; Austrla-IIungury, $1,78tho; Unit- the vicinity of the shops there are and one which In a measure brings re- heart Kidney trouble causes quick: or unsteady ,
uI1 'sure cures" you have tiledwant Vd pioach upon the country. It mutters beats and makes one. feel &3 though !
you Kingdom $:25; about two saloons
; $2.25
towiltoto ; one general store they had heart trouble, because
me and let the heart
mo tell\ you how little which side is right as regnrtlx tho
mothor was cured. New Zealand, $2.40; France $2.88, and and the wholesale liquor dealers were over-working in pumping thick kidney.

Will practice In the Courts of the 7th I am neither a Doctor nor a Professor Belgium. $3,31. in the habit of sending large sums of details of the wretched muddle Prob. poIsoned blood through veins and arterleaT
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents ably both the visiting artist and his It used to be considered that
w -simply a plain man of business-but I In considering these figures which money to the retail liquor dealers with only urinary
and rents and accounts collected.A. have IL CUKE for Rheumatism American managers are In creator or troubles were to be traced to the kidneys.
and I place the average cost of which to cash the
mInIng per men's pay checks. but now modern science
want to toll everyone who Buffers will less degree at fault No doubt Man proves that nearly
Rheumatism all about It. I wish ton in this country lower than any other This took a great many of them to the all constitutional diseases have their beginning -
III to be
cngnl hns exhibited
clearly understood, and trust that all country sine India It should bo remembered saloons, as tbl'reVus no bank at band, some very trying In kidney trouble.If .
D. PENNEY, who are Buffering with that the and phases of the "artistic temperament" you i are sick you can make no mistake
this terrible dis prlco for the UnIt. a good deal of time and money first
k I The of nrtlsts and doctoring your kidneys. The mild
ease, however peculiarities especially -
apparently beyond the ed States la the price of all coal anthracite would have been consumed If the men and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's'
ATTORNEY-A reach of curs, will write! to of musicians are not mutters ol
T-LA W, and I will send me day and bituminous white the _had visited the city for that purpose. Swamp.Root, the great kidney remedy Is

j j TITCSYILLE, FLORIDA. wBrk of mine. I you appeal by especially return mall to this the great bulk of the production In other On the first pay day after tho association recent discovery, amid though Ma ticagnl soon realized. It stands the highest for Us .
have been trying Indeed to cures of the most
may very distressing cases
"chronically ill"\ who countries is soft conl. If
are wearied and the cost at opened up checks amounting to
in all the his yet tbe latter will not and Is sold on Its merits < JK -
Will courts discouraged
practice of the 7th with managers
"doctoring" and to the pit's mouth of soft coul was taken $2,137.83 were cashed. That was two by all druggists In fifty-,
Judicial those who have been rrlUcltmi In the United States
Circuit. cast aside escape
as "Ill- for the measure In the: United States, years ago. On the lust pay day 15' cent and one-dollar sU- N
C '._... curable All have about than I
i -- you thought any more In Italy for their failureto es. You have n
it would the checks may
Rheumatism be bring figures almost downto amounting to $0,702.30 were
k may wrong. Let me tel prevent an outcome of the troubleIn sample bottle by mall
/ A. FROST nom.ot _
you our experience. Surely, If you have those for India. cashed, but the largest! record was In free also how -
every way so deplorable They have pamphlet telling you to find
Rheumatism, or have a suffering friend Turning from cost at the pit's mouthto September which was for 720425.:: out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, it will )pay you to Investigate my offer, tons per miner per annum It Is In the first year nearly $50,000:: was undoubtedly been wanting In thai Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer

Will practice In all the Courts of the 7th anyway claims I make.and prove for yourself these shown thnt the United States leads handled In this way and last ;year large degree of tact and diplomacy. & Co., Binghamton. N. Y.
for the successful explolta.tlon
r Judicial Circuit. Send me your address to-day- postal with an average of 548 tons. Then follow l. ..o chovLs were cashed, amountingto
of men apd women abnormally
r TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. card will do-and I will mail you this ,, but a long way behind. New Zealand $7I,77S.47.{ At first the saloon keep
endowed with artistic .
t -- ._._ wonderful story. If you have any with 445 tons Australia 430; the ers innde,,no objection says the report,
friends suffering with Rheumatism Ignorance of our customs 1
t A. SIOROAN no United Kingdom, 278; Germany 204; but their representatives have gone to 1I
matter where located
FREDERICK send me their and statutes will be his siitHclent defense I
luldress, and I will mall them a copy France 200; Belgium, 177; Austria- the owner of the rooms lined for cashing abroad where they are only too

Abstraoti of Title., My address is VICTOR RAIN OL'r. Hungary, 103. and India only 70. the checks at least three times and!
willing to OI\tI'exc\l8t' for charging
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, Bloomfield, Ind.WALTON Considering the facts that coot of urginl him to cancel, the lease to the I
with Inapprectutlon of art and artists,
Loans, Notary 1>ubllo. mining Is less here than in any other association. though It cannot be hold to Justify
t TACKLE BLOCK.. country except India and that the out- Tho Columbus asHoclntlon Is one of BU CK-DRAUG IT
Collections, Typewriting, Stenography. any breach of contract violation of
put of each miner Is greater than that probably fifty railroad organizationswhich
our laws/ of which ho may have been
TITUBVILLE FLA Testimonials as to the value of the of any other country and assuming; are doing the same thing, and a FORISTIPATIOContipatlon
guilty. Hut Italy need not worry
Walton Self-Locking Tackle Block are that coal in our market brings as higha marked effect In reported not only In
6.A. commencing to roll in. Here Is one of about her gifted son He Is quite wife
WADE n. JONES.: them price as It docs elsewhere. It would the increased attendance nt the association -
: here. The next time bo routes over he ,
& JONES seem that coal operators and carriers room but an apparent decreasein '
FROST To the Walton Self-Locking Block Co., will know wore of our "terrible Ameri
have little of which to complain the receipts of the \liquor sellers In
253 Atlantic avenue Botttun very "
cano, and It ho will\ cut out certain of
I REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, Nov. 22, IU)2.() when comparing their profits with the "neighborhood. It a man goes Intoa those peculiarities of genius which

Loans and Collections. Captain J. O. Walton: Dear blr-TUe those of the people engaged In the saloon to get his pay check cashed have marred ,If not quite ruined his

two treble Hln. Self-Lucking'! /: Tackle same enterprise abroad. be Is pretty likely to upend there moreor
it .
Trrpmtu 1,' Blocks with 251)) feet of I dla. Inch present tour we will learn to love him nothing more /
...OlC1DA. Jfr ( ) than I
less of his earnings. It is no part | a clogging' of the bowel ,
received this much and fill his with our good American
rope morning:, to our purse
mid I
White Flour and Appendicitis.The of thlg homily to say that he does not nothing loss than vital stagnation
and work
to at
gratification awe
A. WORLET Rot once, ( dollars. or Uuath if not relieved.
QEO. had some very heavy work to
ArrORJTEr-AT-LAvV. Sir, there is nothing like practical ists that appendicitis Is a disease In- where and for what be chooses, provided Self Mutilation of neggars. could realise that he II allowing

General work to demonstrate either the good, or of conferring it does not affect Injuriouslyothers poisonous filth to remain in his i
for the
practice In State and Federal bad points In any device, and yesterday'strial vented purpose It will\ \bo remembered that VictorHugo's systems, he would relief.
Courts. All business entrusted will proved it. social distinction may have to be abandoned dependent upon him. As a business famous story "The Man Who Constipation Invitee loonfl't all/\ kind of I

receive prompt attention. Your locking device worked well, and It the theory of an Illinois physician .propoei l'lIon and a clever strokeof Laughs was founded on the practiced contagion Headaches, bilious. r) :

General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate proved all" you claim for It. We are pull I is tenable. practical temperance work however of a baud of miscreants In Eng non; colds and many other ail "

Miami. intr down rees and hauling out stumps, This physician declares ,that appendicitis the action of the Y. M. C. A. In affording nients disappear when conitU J
MIAMI TLORirtA. and the pressure was so great that we facilities land who kidnaped little children and pnted towol8 are reliovod. Thed
the for
crushed one of the roller-bearing inch was rare before the new processesof cashing paychecks mutilated them In order that they ford's, Black-Draught thoroughlycleans

LABOR AGENCY Iron sheaves, but the strain never affect rolling wheat were Invented lie where there Is no temptation or might make more effective use of them out the bowels in an easy

JACKSONVILLE J T OFFICE.A. edtheloct says: "About the date mentioned ((1875) Implied obligation to spend some portion as beggars, the hero of tbe story being and natural manner without the ,
I reruin you by express the blocks there began to be a general change ft the proceeds for liquor U com purging of calomel or other vio ':
M. BKCrT.: that you may put I In new sheaves and mendable. one of these unfortunates. Inhuman lent cathartic*.

Shipping Master, forward them to us as soon as possible. from .the old methods of grinding grainto ___________ l practices of the name kind for Be sure that yon get the original { \

,Hotel help a specialty. Youis truly, the present method of roller mills Ibis> Is the season of the year' when the the MUle purpose are auld to be coin- 'l'bo<1torl1'I UIuok-Dranglit, 1

lOSoutli Laura bt. JAMES: tl. CIIAIO, and excessively fine bolting cloths. prudent and careful housewife! rtplenIslus at this time In China but according made by The Chattanooga Medicine -
mOil ,
JAC/SOVVILLB. Supt Union Truant Sen,.ol, This plan of milling began first In the her supply of Chamberlain's} Cou h Co. Sold 1 by all drnggUtl la
Walpole, Mas. Remedy. If Is certain to be needed before to recent reports 115 cent and 1.00 pnckngen

I large cities and appendicitis began to the winter is over, and results are police courts, says Le.lIe''ookly. It Sierras, Ark, Mar lit. 14)1. #
Increase first there Later the new I iwmifit rernmeanI|ThFilford' Illtrk.RrnuKht .
E. much into the realm ol
FOSTER morepromptands'atisfactorywhenit Is to
STEPUEY Ho Found a Cure unnecessary go bin lilxMr.IkeepIt In mi keens
process crowded out the small mills In Is kept at hand and given as soon as fiction or over to the Celestial empireto all On time' and hi?* BMd It for tlm. Iwt
A TTOHNEY-A R. II., Foster, 218 S. 2nd St., Salt Lake the country and the people could not the cold fs contracted! and before It has ten ,..... I ..nn1'''. ..r 4
TLA raiilS
W.Sims find beggars revolting latntlr.
professional sill ether I think I
bothered wlLhdYllp
City writes: "I Have been become settled in the system. In almost
li stile f
made the old .r worn nlthoal II
flour by process.
Building, pBla or indigestion; for 21 years, get every I Instance a severe cold may bo ward- to mutilation In order to excite sympa ...armunt ol lH>lmf tmnl>li>il wild
have tried many doctors without relief, They bought products of the large ed oil by taking this. remedy freely as rn..tlp>tlnn. Your .rdlo/u U. ,

JACKSONVILLE: FLA. but I have found a cure In Uerblne. I milling establishments, and then the soon as the first" Indication of the cold thy.A gang of these. parapltes was re- aU that k..op, *m).*II..p.C. XomiANlFerryM. .

recommend It to all my friends who are farmers began to have appendicitis." appears. There Is no danger; In glvlne It I
N. J.
In Ilobokcn
GEORGE W. ALLEN, afflicted that way, and it Is curing them, millers will tell to children for It contains. no harmful cently discovered I
adds "Experienced
too. 50o at 0. K. Wilson & ::Ion's. lie substance.. It is pleasant to take -botl everyone of whom had maimed him

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW you that the fine flour is less desirable adults and children like It. Buy It and self In some way. Some had Chopped

SET: WEST flour than that made by tbe old process you will got the best it always OUIBM. off one or more njl.'rt.lomo had -

Will FLORIDA. but tbe trade demands It chiefly For sale by. all druggists; and medicine burned themselves with redhot Irons i II

and State practice Courts.,In the United 9jun05N States on account of Its whiteness." dealers./ _____________ and others hud crippled, their arms or

The Illinois\ doctor says also that in German inventor Is credited with legs In various liow'\ ilct'eentul
Thl .Ign tur. Is on every Fox of the gonaln A ways 1
S. Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tableta the last few years appendicitis has be- making powders out of milk which those self Inflicted injuries Lad Iweu Bod make ,

BURNHAM: M. D. the remedy that ......... n ..oli In em 4.7VirginiaHomes; come one of the most common of diseases when put In water and dissolved, make as adjuncts) to'the begging trade maybe crop good tusk.crop more, good oui-

SURGEON and'SPECIALIST and he regards the discovery of as good milk as tho original. The Powder Judged; from the fact that one of bm.rs-w each year the

the cause of Its Increase as of supreme It Is sold, never sours and neither the bund, who betrayed the others to ropi and eu.tomer. have the
Ear, Nose and Throat. Importance. So It Is. but still one the taste nor odor of the milk Is tho police for motive. of revenge, declared grown lentil greater.of the Berry btm*

WEST PALM: BBACH: ..,, FLORIDA.D physician's opinion does notsettle It. changed. Itbe German Invention that one man bad gathered In More Kerry' Seeds oia
and now than any otb rklinl.
proves practicable. It may be an Important $2.000 In four months and another xoldbymildul.rs.

IIOUOnTOVS\ _'" u "The main difference between the factor In settling\ the milk ques had made $500; In five weeks. '(lie L UotUf tl Annual VUKB. '
learn all about Virginia: Lands, o. M. vm A Oo. .t
You horse ,
mode of cultivation New York and Chicago tion In large cities but It IB not likelyto rule seemed to be, It was said that Detroit.Mian. '
Its resources, products,
1'l.O.\T1NG DENTAL APARTMENTSon : prices etc., by reading the says the Chicago Tribune "is the bring about an era of cowleM milk. the more severe the mutilation the better .
Mend Wets amount of diamonds displayed. New r
Virpftnlrt Farmer. were the return financially
the "Detttos," for rf months subscription to the York beats Chicago about two barrels." Stops time Cough

Now AT PALM BKACH. Farmer Co., Emporla, Va. This causes the Kansas City Star to arid works off the Cold. It will be news. the mothers of

:-- observe that the main difference between Laxative Uromo-Qulnlns Tablets cure a smell children to learn that croup can ho The Largest and Most Com.
The first sign of Uhoarsenon
Foley's Kidney Cure the Kansas City borne show and cold In one day. No Cure, No Pay. prevented.*. A day or two before she attack nlero Establishment South. ,

makes those In New York and Chicago I.- In Price 25cts. the child become. hoarir. This U

kidneys and bladder right. --Err d4/ the figures on which to display diamond -written soon followed by a peculiar rough cough. GEO S, HACKER & SON
Russian baron to tbe .
A freely
"rANTED-A. TRUSTWORTHY GENTLK- *, and In this particular Kansas Give Chambeflaln's Hough Remedy
f man York board of health stating that as the child become hoarse,
or lady In each owinty to luanape; beats botb of Its rivals by a thou New an soon
Rolld 'bual"e"" ,for an old eatablinhed house. of City he Is anxious to find an American girl or even after the rough cough appear.,
"&"SW standing/ A .tr.lztit, bona Jlda Jt'& sand miles aDd It will dispel all symptom of croup.In d
weekly P .
salary of *I3,00 paid Cy check each ? with $100.0OO who will marry him.
Wedn"'da thin all danger anxiety may
with all expense direct from bend-" way
,uSV Money Mlv no il for expeneo*. Manger Mr. Edison: can do the traveling pub- The letter ought to have been held In- be avoided. This remedy U used by many I
Caxtoo l ldg. Jui3, a/l'/ui7'r 7Tdt and ha been
.Chicago real service by dropping the storage dednltely at uuraptliie.| thousands of mothers never
lic n known to fall. It Is, In fact, the only
BA N Nr P SALVE buttery for a few momenta and medicine that can always, he depended
the tV w turning his attention to Inventing some Cure lilopd and Disease I upon and that Is pleasant and sate, to 1

most; healing salvo In.th* world. &, af/Yihu &TJ.Ru system whereby tbe crew' and passenlers Itching1 Humor Eczema, lake for sale by all druggists and model 2w '

of a through express train may be Scrofula, lUc. ne dealers. ,

60 YEARS'EXPERIENCE able to defend themselves\ against any Send i no money-simply write and try retort
4t" The ..* t..lIlul..I". ..
lone robber that may take a notion to Botonle Blood Balm it our expense. A .
personal trial of Blood Balm III better rr of the general lad oClct- shows| thiil .II

""br# loot tbe train. than a thousand printed testimonials, so the United States: disposed of 10.438 MANUFACTURERS OF

1 don't hesitate to write fora free sample.If .
recent debate In the Span- 133 acres of Put.l1l1lano.l during the lust
During a suffer from ulcers eczema scrofula -
you These figures are not *> surprising Doors Sash Blinds
lab corte General Weyler asserted blood poison cancer, eatlolOrN/ pear. ,
bnt' he would have terminated the Cuban Itching skin, pimples, bolls, bone pains to many people as the fact that tbe

t.I' Tnaog DgnGNsCorvnlGHTs Maass : KIDNEY DISEASES :; Insurrection It be bad not been ...- IwetllDRs. rheumatism, eatarrb, or any government has ao much laud to dew Moulding & Building Material '

r .tH Ac. before tblairas blood or skin disease. we advise<< you to pose of.Coughing.
An.oneaanAln1aikNrhandde.ertptkntmar" i called. 'Undoubtedly but take Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B). Cffloa eetay,,,. _'. whe&b an accomplished be would have terminated especially recommended for old. obml- Cannon Street.Charleston .
..,,,"',, I. pmeahlyy.u.ntahlw" r.. 'ommlln' the most fatal of all dis Spell Caiiaed Death.
"nnorlal'.vwlndentlah handbook Patents are all the Cabana. sate, deep seated cases of maUlfnaD&blood
taut.tnnt1 r.... VI t _,,. tnrneuh. for....... c.Otar..rre I or skin diseases because Botanic "Harry Dock well, aged 23 years, ] S. C.

r rtaeo* c. without obart Munn, lath. eases. Blood Balm (B. B. B.) kills the poison In I choked to death early yesterday morning

Srieatiiic KIDNEY CURE III Ballard'a Hor hound Syrup tbe blood, cure where all Ie falla,beal. I a& his home in the presence of his wife Sash Weights Cord an9

}inierIcaH. FOLEY'S Immediately relieves hoarse, croupy every sore makes the blood pare stud I tad child lie contracted a slight cold a ,

Ahndom.11Ele.trat.d ......." rwrte.t "! -. 6uara2t8Jd Reasdjor onfjn, oppressed, rattling, rasping and rich, Rives the skin the rich glow of I few day. ago and paid but little attention .
eelatlun I!:
01 eelentl.eerp.1. Tarn...ea a ,difficult breathing. Henry C. Stearns, health. B. B. B., the most perfect blood I to It. Yesterday morning/ was seized Hardware,
W M aew.deesi
M'tJHjt& $1. + kraiI Shalla bar ', Wla., write May purifier made.- Thoroughly tested for 30 with a fit of coughing which continuedfor
refunded. Contain :druggist: bottle time. Ills) wife sect for a pbyslUn Window and Fancy Class '
IoiarSIWa.hatce.IAOrkOLD money W 1801: "I nave been telling Ballard rear*. Costa $1 per large at drug/ I some '
remedies recognized by em- :horehound, Syrup for two years and .itore*. To prove It cures, sample of I but before be could arrive, another \;
lot bad S preparation that has Blood Balm sent by writing Blood Balm 4 oughlng( spell came on and Duokwell A ;
LEAD the test I have never
FOK SALE, la any qu ntl- nent physicians as l.factloa. J notice that Co Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and ,lied from .uftoratbn.-St.Louis Globe-

h, at the AnyooAT offloe.Foley's and Bladder troubles. !given when I better sell a aa bottle, they come back for free' medical advice sent In sealed letter. emocrat, Deo.,10O1." Bollard's More Tar r \
Kidney medicine bound would have saved him. 2tct1Oc $ Honey and
I can honestly recommend It..e.Mc ty Tbla la an honest offer- I Syrup Foleyy's ;

Honey mad Tar B. U.PRICE WILSON SOe. and SI.OOa& SON :1 nore.". and $1 at B. K. Wilson Son's. ..ot at once, prepaid. I and $t at B. B. Wilson Son's. ,uI..un. No opiates ,j .

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I 1. I J PBITCHAHD, President; WM.IM.: BROWN: Vlce-Preslden

( : EAST COAST ADVOCATE i it Rockledge.hire. C. S. SCIIUYIJCR, CaaMer. W. S. BIUSMJHOAsst.. Cashier.

:t'' (I.M I ,LwaaxLfSODRr1AL: DBVOTBD TO THB DWVBbOFMBMT Chambers-, of titonrglana, I was avisitor INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

"' ) ,: 1 OV TaB IMDIAJf BIVBB, (..4KBWOtt to ockle/ge on Wedutsday.EC. .

'' J I 'IK AHD MIKIATirB., !BATSBOTIOHS.PUBL18HKD R. Shares went to Jacksonville on
:'\\1, business Health COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
''';I' on Monday, returning here on
: ', EVERY JIirDAY.H. Wednesday.The Authorized Capital
FOR A QUAR.TER.I'peopl. $))00Cc
I \ weather I Is the ,
most delightful
Paid up capital, $25)00)
F ? t.J: OR..L.I 'WALTOK, Editor A Publisher past few days. No one could desire f it who baM torpid Hws find Uf a ml er- Average deposits,
more perfect. and drartlo drupwhich
able eilstonoe, and take purge
: > f 1 Discontinuance of advt must be mada per-' Mr. Cbas. Hatch, who has been doing gripe and rack:the Dowels.when M tbey need is

N' ,\ ...lljr at thin office or by writing. the Everglades for the past three months,, a gentle reminder to he liver to do ltAI data i S Transacts a General
r IJ.l lM .' U home again .. BaDkin
? Obeck,.to.,may be made parable to(CIIABLM : 'D AMON'S LIVER PILLS 5l 5"l
,'I H. WALTOB,publlnher. Mrs. Geo Paddlson and children, of
s tl r Ban" Gal lie, were visitors at Rockledgo J. ANDTOMIC PELLETSI Business,
on Wednesday. 'liA

f y I d 44. Address a oommanloationi KA8T COAST' ADVOCATE, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Battenfleld, of I Ii I. mild work In their, awl 1 the td0D.pellets. The pills Invigorate stimulate the the system liver.to. it/s / Largest and Oldest Bank on the Riol E

It. TITCIVILLB. FLORIDA. Delaware, 0., are late arrivals at their proper
short, both smelt Nature which Is aU s Exchange bought and sold
... ., Bockledge home. whole In they on all Foreign
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medicine should do. Remember that 20 dose. for 25 Countries.
IT 8. Department of Agriculture The New Kocltledge opened at noon on days eost 2Do./ You caD have a: free sample U's -,-
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. the *Hh. This Is a very popular hostel you want It. tt'' i .. appreciated. Prompt .nervli<'c phi,
and tbe treatment,and every favor consistent w Itll ,
are big c.
ry prospects a season
I S natIVe banking ,
BROWN MFO. co. :in.1; d. l_ granted
The following is a comparative slate- '
The Barton avenue residents are all << CORRBarONDKNTSt'
t t, ment of temperature and rainfall for the here now, except the Merwlns, and it Is New York I i' x'; veJaS .. ': !' I Bnnboard! National thank of Now Tork.,'
.e* I ; week. ending Tuesday, Deo. 10, 1002., not now known just when they will ar- and Oreeneville, = _ < rzi" ..-.s:: National Dank of Jacksonville, Via. <'
-1002- -1901- Tenn.
1 r I DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MT1T. rive. \ 'rTZ7syaz ,Y.. c, rig A, .
3 80 71 77 05 Orange growers are busy getting their
4 85 71 7:1.: 54 boxes But together,preparatory to a rush --- --- --
5 74 at 70 1 54 of the fruit later on, while every day
6 72 64 71 45 shows light shipments. THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY

r ; i { 7 78 01 72 60 W. P. Hill, of LaGrange, Ill., has accepted
a l; 8 7i 65OB 7B 67 the position of clerk at the New Sold by n. It. WILSON it SON TITUSVILLE.

0 74 70 67 Rockledge.' lie was clerk at tbe Plaza .. Wood Coal 'G ke Brick Lime Cement
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,, f Total rainfall for the week: 0.10 last year and the year previous. ,
Departure from 'hormal rainfall for the 'I
t Mrs. J. O. Gerry, of Rockaway Beach *
le week: minus0.6a:: Inches. Departurefrom
; N. Y., has arrived, and has taken J. '
normal rainfall since January 1, "
y ; rt minus 11.06 Inches. White's cottage, No. 2, for the wintertbe :! ,\ Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick...
IIAL. P. HARBIN Observer. same she occupied last year.

;d t We hear rumors of the Arortnfflt.lAn"! to..oI- Offices foot of ITogan Street JacksonvilleFlorida.. Telephone No. 2C
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a Shakespeare ub-l In Bockledge i h .
4 I I ONLY three hundred ,and sixty winter. Hope It will become a fact instead 0 J. MUNNKRLTN, General Manager.

ii..in; persons killed and twelve hundred of rumor; and that there will be = ----
Injured, Is Automobile record large membership. '

:.1 for this year, ao say the statioiuns. Messrs. i. J. White and t). E. Cook '
I ll'! t Verily, (it is about time that the who were summoned to tbe County MeMiirray &' Baker
Y to serve on the jury, last week, ,
J public is given some protection, for ,
$y on Wednesday even ng. They have .
killing one man a day is rather too enough of the jurors work to last -. .
'I' rofs C7.p 401.413 East, Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.
'I( high. Let the powers that be first until :next term of court. :: .

,I commence on :New York, for there Mrs. Wm. Young, ,who received ] I..Jr -Makers and Jobbers of-
t r' seems to be plenty of reckless driv internal injuries by a fall, last week. is :
: i' ing in that city. Improving, but she has been in a very : c:
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; precarious condition! and has been Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
'I i ",VV great sufferer from Its effects. We are ,!=D t"I =a ,
1 f ''I<''f' ., JOHN S. Wise; of New York, as glad to think she Is now out of danger.It == 0 ,
tit counsel the disfranchised Saddlery, Rubber Tlies.
> : for negroes 11
was expected and announced that
J .1<4')' under the new Virginia Constitution Rev H. elgwln would hold services : s-> ...... .: c"C'" 1-4 First-Class Repairing'and Painting, &c, &c.
I : baa brought suit in the here, last Sunday; and a goodly congregation .
,,/ Fiq 'I" United States Court to prevent { assembled. A very good service, --- --------------.------
; >>t, lead by A. It. Moore, '6f Merritt, with ; '
Governor and other]
:I Montague members Mrs. A. E. Cbattield at the organ, was Lumber
lr I 4\ of the State Canvassing Board enjoyed by those prevent. I I and Building Material

} I from meeting and awarding certificates i
t J' J. C. Shaw somewhat surprised his -
j j'I', : of election to ten Congressmen j friends -:::
'r Iq Rockledge on. Friday'evening, 0 "
elected in Virginia on .Novem when tbey found him circulating around ... ,Cp We, keep everything: required In the building Hoe from the brick foundation to
the ridge Including
", 4th election town armed as a deputy to' serve warrants '" cap
I'I ,' ber on the ground that no ,
"" was held and that all acts un."f for jurors; but tbey obeyed his \ c: SASH DOORS AND BLINDS, PAINTS AND ,BUILDERS' HARDWARE..

call, although some of them ''returned = B: -SPECIALTlESi Masurys1 Paints and Varnishes, Neponsett & Parold Roofing
der the constitution void.
i new are home Saturday, after reporting at tbe" Paper. .
lf Ii, d This is said to be the beginning of Court-house In Tltusvillo. C- EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.aodges .

t"'l it a long legal contest, which, with l1

the Alabama case already appealed r tusville.'I
j 'f\ ''to the. United States Court, will involve Cocoa. :of : :
"" l Ik! .; \11 the merits of {tin' southern "- :Ii::' LYCEUM -:THEATRE. <& O'Hara: : ..
called Fort
i q Dr. W. L. Hngblett was
scheme of suffrage. ..
.Manufacturers and
a Dealerstln. .
a Pierce\ on Monday, returning Tuesday. (Opera House.)
.'. g1 Rough
1 '' CONCEALED weapon carrying in Carpenters are busy fixing/ the new TITUSVILLE, !"FLORIDA. and CYPRESS AND -YELLOW PINE LUMBER
part of the Pioneer store of John M. Dressed
4 !" the South baa been abane for many' Sanders: It will be much more cotnmodious : : Friday Evening Dec, 12 1902.at Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates. Mouldings, Shingles, etc.
but we are pleased to note and ,
Y4 4 years ; pleasant. I Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices delivered I,

that Hrevard's! Sheriff Is doing his The school children, with the aid 01 8:13: o'clock, sharp. to any part of. the State. Address i : Hodges & 0'lIara, Buffalo Bluff, Fla. 3

1, n utmost to put a stop tc it. "Honorto the teachers and Miss Steele, a musicianof .. ._ ,

whom honor Is due" Is a good high talents, were busy preparing an MR DOUGLAS LEfTWICH. I (
old English motto, and we take excellent entertainment for Christmas,, The Oldest Established,Grain and Seed Bouse In th, State.
but the Council saw tit to lease the hall
R w pleasure in making note of what and exclude the children, and tha efforts ; ; evening of Dialects/: Songs Music\ + '
Yitiii4t .
y# 4 wh the Grand Court said Jury in of theirgeneral theBrevard Circuit of all been concerned dropped.ceased and the programhas Stories and Ballads.xironououLY Wsrz.: : : : A. amours: cSc Oo.

g y presentment -, .
T, l'' "..l published in last week's :Mr. Remsen and daughter, Miss Rem. APPRECIATKD: BY
r ADVOCATE : "'Ye wish to congratulate len, have returned hero from from their GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
ii'j the county upon the efficiency home In Long Island, and are gladly welcomed :Mr. D. L. Leftwlcb made his first pub- ,
by their many friends. Mlles appearance in our city last night. lIe
of our Sberlif, Mr. Jos. P. Brown, Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers'''
comes back with such an Increase : all the technique of the ultra musio ....rue ,
and particularly in- regard to the hf avoirdupois and glowing' complexly !
Iq convictions for carrying concealed that makes one think\ that it but he confines- his selection to MG. J12 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

weapons, the fines for which have Is good. to go north.. /: I numbers as can be thoroughly Agts. for .Purina Ifeed.! Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y.; and Plant System. ,
amounted to about thirteen hundred The. Iclol children were all eager to by all lovers of music Mr.

w dollars during the past year." learn ther contents of the big yellow en. Is equally as entertaining with .. I .I
I-- velopes as they were distributed among banjq melodies and dialect stories,
them this ,week, as they contained the is not excelled by such high-class eo.rtalners..s :E7' Hnh.lman c& Co.
H A deal of the industrial fu. results of their examinations for last .
? ture of this section of Indian River month. With, the Christmas varatlon, > Polk Miller and Bob Tay '
lies in the hands of its three and one-half month will have lIe has promised to give an enter-
progressive 2(11 I
8 ( Washington St J l NEW YORK.
passed of the
IIcboolrear. hero during the
; coming sum
is t' residents. Without their interest, !)3 Murray I Stieet. J N. Y. !
k1, push energy and advertising the The action of the, Town Council In and the fulfillment Is looked for: I I,
r' w. advantages of this excellent eectron easing the public hall for the season, to / to with pleasure.! Greenville (3.C.) I Iews \ :
the exclusion of the Is ''
citizens creating March -HEADQUARTERS FOR FANCY "
7th ,
of the East Coast will never' be considerable comment, and It has been ,
known There is questioned as to whether the Fathers ADMISSION: 25 and 60 cents. i
no use being like City ]Florlda <> ,
j the great Macawber in Dickon's have that power. The hall was -built Seats on Sale at B.R. Wilson' ra.n.ges., I,
with the people's money for their own A Son's Drug Store. -
4 s work-"waiting for something to and To have : and
use beuenX It leased away C-rn.perru.It.: : I
+ c turn up." Our people should makea from them as a private piece of proper.ty "
long pull, a strong pull, and a pull may stand as a legal: transaction andIt PALM n I ACII. We represent several of the largest shippers In your State, and wish to representyou I

altogether for the upbuilding of may not. /Someone may take a notionto also. Give us a,trial shipment. Established 80 I
: look into the matter and the 7ear..
see as to
Li this part of Indian Rive Adver. of the 1
constitutionality transaction
tieing is one way of helping a place The New Palm Beach HoteL; .

l( along, for strangers always like tons A TIMELY TOPIC.- At this seasonof ESTABLISHED: 1870.
settle in a town that hae live buel. coughs and cold It Is well to 'know

; ness men-in it. And the advertising that Foley's Hooey and Tar Is the great. f >- THE
sat throat and ?
'' lung remedy. It cures M. Lane '
'4' columns of a town paper show f & Son
.quickly and serious results from '
I .l! Accommodates roo. Located on Palm Beach
; who the live and .
: 'prosperous merchants a cold. Sold by U. R. Wilson A Son. ,
+' are. proper, between the Ocean and LakeWorth.
"N Within a minute's walk of the Palm Beach Railway 230 WASHINGTON
,!' Station and Royal Poinciana Garden Rates
'" SOME ,
of the State
papers are say. II. II. Sturgis, of the East Coast and upwards.. '
I nice $3.00per day Sl1ltes with private
1 ing some things about Southern
: Walton's Self-Locking Block following Baptist Mission places, and will date bold services: at the baths. extra. Booklet and weekly rates on appll- Fruit and Produce

': Company, recently organized in Jupiter, Monday and Tuesday, December :etatLx.ucr cation. Opens December 20th.

t'1\}! Boston, at $100,000. Well, it ia a 15-11)), at 4 and t p. m. 'rss rstN W. II. CRUES, :Manager. I
Jensen,Wednesday and Thursday Dec. Haar Com.snissioxs: :: ::: : ::Morchai: :
t"J'' Florida invention and the live STANLEY
't ; pa. 17-18, at 7 p. m. II. STEVENS, Owner.
I' 't. pen of this State always watch White City, Friday, Dec. 10th, 7 p. m. r FLORIDA PINEAPPLES
;j with interest the advent of any new :fort Pierce,Saturday and Sunday,Dec. BIIAMA. OUR. SPECIALTY.Stencils .
> and useful Invention-especially 20-21 at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. -
i' I when it is invented of Narrows, Monday, Pec.:!, at 7 p. m. Cards and our quotations furnished on application.
l '5 ,jJt. by one our Sebastian Tuesday, Deo. :23, at T p. m.
,1:<< FormeriyPalm'
t own residents. Captain Walton- Eau Gallle, Wednesday,Dee 34: at 7 p. The Palm Hotel l Cottage
t f who may visit Jacksonville and TJtusville m., and Thursday 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.Indlanola MIAMI, FLA.

1, later in the season-appro- Sunday,December.. 28th, at Mason M. Clark

4'l, elates the kind. words of_ praise be. 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Remodeled and enlarged. All modern Improvements, large, airy rooms, newly ,

I. ? Stowed by our brother editors. The furnished, with broad, breezy 'verandas." Cuisine the very best. Rates, : :i1 Two Fine Lots For Sale. J.60: per day, Special per week. Q US. A. MULLER] Proprietor.

4 It t 1H'< yule Florida, about Extract to be organized Company,at Titus.$250- Two fine 10-acre-lots lying on Indian -- Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant. !

'' 000 capital( has also come in for a River, 2 mile sooth of Fort Pierce on a

fair share of praise. Mr. Wm. M. good shell road. Each lot has 300 feet Hotel Yendome Broadway and 41st Street SPECIALTIES': _
river bluff
frontage. High ,covered,with .
l! Brown, of Titusville and Miami, is palms and hardwood Umber. Good tot NEW YORK: CITY, Extra I

,},,1 I the leading man in this enterprise, oranges, grapefruit, tangerines an4 pine- FIREPROOF. 300 room., single and en suite, with private baths and toilet Early Beans and Vegetables.Florida1 .
: apples. No better location the
1199 which will be of so mach benefit to on river
I. this section of at any price.. 1000.00 for each lot. ,room.. EUROPEAN PLAN.: Good rooms $1.50; largerooms $2; and with Granges ,
'I 1 Florida Success to and
I both C. T. :McOABTT, private bath f2.60 per day and upwards.. The management Is under the per Grapefruit... ,
r eAterprittee.1 Eldred, Fla. sonal: supervision of the owner. FRANK GRUEN
Manager 110
Murray Street and 100 West Street, NEW YORK.





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f HE OLD RELIABLE Hobe-Sound. Jensen. Melbourne. GEORO MARX. I '. JOHN MARX.

T How Welcome Is It with home theel"Charlie" IIIr' 'V, Gordon I Brown. We welcome Mr-::;Mrs. Pall! Aston f,. II I-1VI.. .. ]8:8: <>5. .

OY4or home ajtaln.; [}(lODI!: OOODK.-R K H>U iml r..mnll. /
Jefferson of Agent rnr Mttt\ Ix. >nrton and Liverpool. and .
days at Palm Beach last Pk.: Capt. McLean returned, Sunday from Gliitin,Provlclem-M WwihlnRton, and Ruin Fire WHOLESALE GROCERS
the Insurance..
9 Gala Week fostlvltles. Special attention paid to the "

h Cant. Fig h rvls lien be adieu to tho Mrs. William Dler ouT! of Illinois, Is ,-Interest--of non-rmluenU.-- +

pY Marion for Palm YJ'I' left with the enjoying our beautiful climate at the Al bR', l,, J'E II: PiivmriAn ANI 8tJROICOC. Fruit and Produce Jobbers
Fresoo hotel. Rest n"e. Maltxnirne. Lean Ualllu, Tuesday
Tbe weather I s I Iwe ami Friday nttvrnuona. t ..wNI
hucklo th glorious, andblizza.rds Miss Baker, of Alabama Is
@ for ere Bre sllch visiting her ,
o the papers state. things as addition relatives to on our the river. .She: is a charming! ...;Subscriptions for the ADVOCATK, Corner Bay and 1 Julia Sta., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .
F. Shultz he the pink pnper of the East, Coast, will be

I NG ppl.q on Mr.'!snltler efltdont estate landscape, has retained gardener from.an and extended Mrs. Harmer have returned' received. .' at the Melbourne Postofflce.( WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED '
from to old .
a business trip to Palm England t
Beach. Glad: to have, them back I'1 llev. Adams Is *
visiting Jacksonville PURINA FEED OCJR tf'Seed
bAKU46POWDER frtne:: ibr'Shlyr lU"eit"l by a this week.
request The' big
Mr. Brown manager of the fishing,: Industry here, owned I Potatoes, Seed Puuntits' and Cow Peas In season.
Tropical I I'Sun, for news of Itoba :Sound.: by U. K Kicou & tons, is now booming. Chan. II.'Stewart made a visit t6 TI- J
: Large shipments leave hOle daily. tusvlllo last week. IWWe solicit consignments of Fruits and YugetfcWes. ,

Late advices' impart' the Intelligence ofmain We are talkingof a : school Some of _. .
Mr and $1,500 house our Indian River - -- --- -
Yates orange growers \
in Mr"/rod; until Intention to re- down this way, and you Ifnow our enterprising are now shipping oranges to Miami. 7
February 15th. ; people never take it out it talk. Eau Gallic. -i- I"'r..: I I
Absolutely Pure Capt. 1Ioho, of JeDBen-: 'Is here Allen Campbell has !gone to Rosolnnd I t
hauling the Buckeye, Mr.bnlder's house-oer Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Brewer, a genial to look after his line grove at that place.. TIRED AND "I :, ;;
: ; ; .
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Orr boat of-She has been chartered: by Mr. couple ping at from the Al Portland Fresco hotel, :plains for the are winter stop Win. I. Fee, of Fort Pierce, Is spending fast Tho canal, work being pushed on as WORN OUT. ..
ns possible
I \
cago. some time In town,'much to the. delight \

Ah, me! A full month Mr. Everybody here Is getting ready for of his Melbourne friends. Eau Ottilia's streets are looking much '
Augustus the
Pitou and family will arrive at their day big School; Christmas will give Tl'oeour to the splendid little Sun The Literary society will meat at the bettor since their fall cleaning.Alex .

West Palm Beach. winter home, "Isle Kldgo.". Why not It will bo nice. ones. home of Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Peek at 8 Near took a run to Sebastian on

i get a "move on?" o'clock on Friday evening. Monday last, via F., E. C. R'y.
-r Ourgrowersaie
; !
shipping pi uos dally, Flu
rumors in the air dfa hospItal ,Cute little Fannie Rice (Mrs. Dr. Geo. and getting good prices, too. Bean grow- Rev. Adams and family have moved' Di\ W. Fry has left for Valdosta, Ga.,
I There be are built soon on the East side.I Purdy) Is a constant source of pleasure. ers are also doing well. We have only Into the Congregational porsnage, .here for a" few days on Important business.
to We will have great. "doins" hero this prosperity for our settlers hereabouts. they will spend tho winter. .
The : LIz/.lo has boon
R. 'Moses winter and she Sharpie up
Wallace will be "
Real Estate Agent right "In It.
You New: Haven avenue Is covered and la finished
ought to see our hotel now. Mr. being now with a now
took a flying trip up,the road, Saturday. The associates of poor Capt. Thomas Park in making many Improvements and with several inches of marl, over shell rubber

I Mr. and Mrs. Bullas, of Trenton, N. J., Gaines, for years In the service of T. B business looking up with him. Tour. This, will make u very fine road. Miss Hodgson; Is preparing speolal

I are particularly agreeable guests at the Alien, will be grieved to loam of his untimely : lilts are coming In, and the traveling pub- Miss\ Olive Powers loft for her home In choral services for the Christmas servicesIn Women Need.;

I Holland, for the winter. '. death, by that dread disease, tub lie hare only good words for his suocess. Conway, last week, after spending some St Johns. <

Mrs. R. J. Fuller of Cleveland, Ohio, erculosis.. The citizens of our vicinity are feeling months here with her grandmother, Mrs. A Christmas service will be held In St. 'n.. constant supply of blood-making material :
will be a guest; during the winter of her Now my friend Mr. Carnell of Or good; now-a days, when they MOB the improvements :M.\ ,\. Martin. Johns church, on Christmas morning! or their lIysteml will break down '.

I daughter, Mrs Arthur Judson mood\ here" Is a It'raeeful1'lbute' to your that the F. E.C. K'y.'ls mak. Miss Lizzie Eaton and friend, Mrs. at 10 ?:ill o'clock:, The complicated female ormvulum Is Ii ..

Jeffeison's fine launch, the "sweets. Mr. Joseph Jeffeisop, who 1 Is Ing at our depot and grounds. Thank Bayer, of Kilo': I'a:, arrived on Saturday, II. -M, Hodgson's house Is now ready so delicately t>n ily R' ;
Joseph not keen
Mr. only a judge of human nature, gentlemen. Your consideration thrown of lance. As result
you, for anJ out a g
are snugly nettled In the Eaton for the The wit Ibe
I Marlon, Is again In our waters. It will but good odib es as well, voices too our town will not be unappreciated. home on the blutf. pretty attended occupants.to Inter. health and strength are allVcted by ?. a,'!'
be put in first class, condition ready for opinion that "no such guava jelly is made divers llHoiwes. MutIlN'hoo..l, family,
J the winter sports. I In the world.:t So say we all. Our school, under the able management Dr. Goo \V. Holmes, of Sharpes, was (i. F. Piiddlson Is keeping Ills lighterIn society all levy ouch drains')()U her t
of Miss S. A, Williams\ one of the In! Melbourne! last Monday l eveulng- to commission Mr. Wells iJl'l'lllillieI' '
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Allen and their lit. I.lp Ahoy I With of choir / strength that most women ;
a glad most:
cry accomplished teachers In the South
attend the
meeting of the tho last lessee. demntula :
; Chautauqua being the tension. The ,
tie son, and Mrs. ,Seagers, Mr. Allen'saunt and delight the good souls on Jupiter Island Is progressing splendidly. There will be Board' of Directors. nervous !
have arrived to occupy their ftttraaI welcomed their friends and com the usual public exercises before the hot Our stolen nre showing lIne assort upon her nervous strength nre much lj,

I live bungalow, north'of town, on, the rades, T. B. Allen, wife and son, last Idays. We are more than fortunate to The Ladles' Guild met last!\ Friday tif- meats of Christmas gooth; ,-to the delight greater tlmii similar hence tile dcMiinnda must be of surt.piled'In the- i

hke shore. Monday. The Mallard dropped anchor have Miss Williams! with us. teinoonat the home of Mrs. Geo. M. of both young and old. onpoHlteBux. with the .fitment ,
I The Clapp residence on the north sideof off Cocoanut Point, where Cocoanut Brown. Next Friday It will meet at the greater tapnsuro t :,
Mrs. 8. E. Baibour, of Walden Cottage, -Iron-that elves strength.
home of Mrs. R. W.
Lake Worth, has Len rented by a Camp Is being made ready for ocoupanc; BOY'S LIFE SAVED FROM MEMBRANOUS Goude. Is much better thU week, and It Is hoped reason women feel tlrod. and worn out

harming family from Cleveland, Ohio, by January 1st. :: CROUP.-O. W, Lynch, a Mrs. Meelmn, who him been spendingsome will bo out as usual 1 shortly and Hutf.tr from headache pubis in the t

B.F. Bourne, a prominent merchant. By Jove t But were we not surprised prominent citizen of Winchester, Ind., time at Hotel Carleton, expects to back ixinl limbs, etc., III Irr'rnuse they t
I )Ira. Bourne daughter and maids arrived too the of \ : home to Mesdames Sherwood: CannelI, fnckle! their of, Iron. ,
; pleasantly by coming Mr writes: "My little boy had a severe at- go Philadelphia eat her have used up) supply '
[ last week t Hardy, whose arrival was not anticipated tack of membranous: oroup, and only got; Christmas dinner with" her family, and and Colby left were among the cruising party Menstruation trouble) 1 is largely ceased: .
/ which this this week
J. E, Ingraham; 3rd Vice-Pi'eatdent of for two weeks. Mr. Hardy's sister, relief after taking Foley's Honey nnd Tar. return here after Christmas point early by luck of Iron. ,

the F E. U. H'y, arrived In' town on the a very pretty young English girl, accom- He got relief after one dose, and I feel! Capt. Sam :Martin\ was called to Tl'tusvlllu 'Mlsn Lula Huffman has the largest
I evening;of the 4th, and boarded his steam panied him, on this, her first trip across that it saved the life of my boy; Refuse on the j Jury the post week. Capl. collection of potted flowers In K-\\\' Gallic, Dr. Harter's' t

launch, Enterprise'; visit the different the ocean. Mis. Hardy sails from New substitutes. i$old by Wilson Son Martin made a quick trip to Edon, lust with!' Miss Bessie Hodgson a close second. ,

towns south Of here, and the newly acquired York In a fortnight.COUljri3 ; wok in his fart launch Dreamer lie Miss Mamie Taylor has returned to "

s possessions of the-East!: Coast R'y. Tibbals. took llov.' Weatherwax. ,and family there. Kau Uallla and Is again' at her home with Iron Tonic :. ,

Rev.' and Mrs. Moore were, welcome COLDS AND CONSTIPATION. Mr. and Mr*. Miller Robinson, of Mr. and Mrs C. L. Taylor, ou Dili snout.

visitors for a short stay as guests of Mrs.J. .-Few people realize when taking Haugatuck, Mich.\ are located In the The Chicago; Capt. John Johnson's supplies this element. It enriches the as"

.R. Anthony. Their early departure cough medicines other than Foley's lion C. O Jannoch adding much to the Riverside. Mr. Koblnaon Is .a jewelerand new craft will have new oriiUIng) cabin. blood and, restores what strain has "

was deeply regretted,:'as Mr. Moore and ey and Tar, that they contain opiates appearance of his property by erecting a watchmaker, and, has opened a neat The work Is being done by Jolty) Hous used un. .!
his estimable wife are much loved by which are constipating, besides being un- very neat. fence around his lot and yard. little store in the Stewart building. We Augusta, Ark. May 10,1001. '

everyone who has the privilege of 'their safe particularly for children. Koley's wish him success, as such a man Is need ton.Capt J. Johnson has decided to have a "After having sold Dr. llarter'i rmedtc \ f '
Honey and Tar contains no Qplates, la Miss S. J. Tibbals Is making prepara- ed in Melbourne. ,liThe for tlilrtyy..r. I pan. cbarfully r..-' 1011"0'\' .
acquaintance.The safe and sure and will not constipate. tions to have several acres of her new suit of sails made for the Chicago, D' 1 might add that .I

Lake Worth Band It on the alertfor For sale by B. R. Wilson &; Son. shedded, to wrotect them from col,fines ladles of .the M. E. church will his new vessel: 'I'he'wurk Is now la P'::" S;; zt.ute.than.t.r' IPft'lnu."o'pr.U".<-' .i
heat. hold a bazaar In Dr. U. D Brown's residence hand. '
the pleasure of the public. A moon- recommend It all the vary :.
light excursion on. the popular steamboatPalm Capt. Everett Webster, who has been on December 10th. All are In- The catboats Alice and Mackatawahave bunt preparation <>( Iron I im arqualnUil ?

Beach, some' evening this week, Eden. spending several months at his former vltoil.! They will have many pretty gifts gone on a cruise to points on the und wttb.chore To trnublml weak,with'url1'DUS n
and a masquerade ball for New Year'sEve. home in Connecticut, Is now hustling for Xmas, so come prepared to buy. lower rl vel'. Captains btlckney and Colby ouHnvifl women, pnnrdig..tnn and pale, toga
A pilzo is offered for the best costumed around and improving the appearance of They will also furnish supper. Help command blood, believe U to be a pnnfta." '
lady and gentleman. Harry Thompson In soliciting orders his property at this place them out, It Is for a good ciuiso. Miss Edith Burns left for her home at "j. a WH.BCRBOH: Druggist"

for Cureton Bros'., for the present. Miss Suo Hopkins came'down from Canaveral, on the Banana river, on !Monday \ that sktri ...II.lla, f
H9 .all "
The Ladles' Aid Society of the Congregational I Mrs. J. 8.: Park, hostess of the Al Fresco iwrtsiM rt
church, met with Mis. Geo. 'Mr. !Miller\ \ and his guest. Mr. Schraed- hotel, and Mis. Hoke, of Jensen; Dr Cocuti Krldity evening, and returned Sun. last after a pleasant visit with her ,
have boen the Inlet fishing day. Missaua/: game flown tut enjoy a friend, Miss Bessie Hodgson.
Uiliby, 1rl'ldo1yafternoon. A general er to on a Miller of West Calm Beach; and Mr. '
vitation was extended to all the ladles, hip, and have had line success. i and Mrs. II. Jennings, of this plane, .wore dip In the oceanat Melbourne Beach, as Mrs.l. G. Gilbert add. J A Gilbert have 'Sharpes.Do .

residents and visitors. A "delightful Messrs. Robinson, Mo dulled Russell entertained at dinner by Mr. and Mrs. she says' ,"If one has a. bad cold a "dip lathe returned to their Eau Gallle home, after 1

afternoon" was the expression of all who and left last Saturday, for a W. II. Harris last Fi Iday. cuie. Her Melbourne friends are a pleasant outing' In Odessa, N. Y.,whele
Hemphill and me to her not forget to glvo I jour friends
were foitunitte to attend. many, always glad see Mr. Gilbert has just purchased a home !
enough fishing and hunting expedition. The members of our Club were enter- some'little token of ieniombr no At the 8
Work the mined last Thursday by Miss Gertrude Mr. and Mrs. Thomus ChntTee! have I Capt. Hymmonds and family and Mr. of Christmas
on rock road: Is progressing;, Rev F.W. Weatherwax and family arrived approaching festive .enNon"
notwithstanding tBa effort made to delay last Friday night; and are now England Mrs C. II Racey and daughter gome to Miami to spend a putt ol the. Pierce and wife, of Kenoslin, VVU., have and New Tear The ADVOCATE: column I r.
the public Improvements. .1'lie steamroller comfortably settled at Eden Grove of Wavelaml; :Miss\ Ireland Mine 'winter. His. ChatTee is very much Improved /gobu to Oecnnuw for a few days outing/ will tell you when to buy them.
Arnold and Mrs bloke of Jenaon; and In health since she clime to Mel\ lu Captain und
is doing good work. and In the Hymmomls sloop, Nip t
near future we hope to reach Miami by Mrs. J. II. LeTourneau returned Tues- Mrs. McMullen and ;Mrs. Wey, (IT Eden, bourne. They will be very much missed, Tuck. ll"oaiiH we have fire orange groves
but we know they will noon return. and garden: at Hlmrjien' does not Apply
wheel, automobile and oaulage.! Let the day morning; from Stuart, where she were among the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Atnesworth and MIIIIIIJan.lee t
Their pretty home un the bluff ,will be that wit have all work and no play One
relatives.The I
good work go oat and lay aside party spent several days visiting Mrs. J. 1". Waters received, on Monday closed during their absence. Towne joined the oiulsing party of the pastimes In hunting. Duck, quail, .

strife. many friends of Mrs. W. R. liar- a large; box: of plants of the giant that left this part early In the week. deer, bear and turkeys sometimes lure .' ,

The congregation ottloly Trinity Mis- ded are pained to learn of her critical double)' Violet, a present fl'Omfrll.; Hen Mr. Alnonwortli took his tent and campIng the boys away for u day or two, and success

lon church have arranged for a public Illness, and sincerely hope for her com- derson, of Palnesville' 0 who Is great/ Don't be Imposed upon) by taking substitutes outfit along. generally, U mixed with the sport.

reception for their ,rector. Rev J. J. plete recovery.If admirer of pl.tnts and flowers During offered. for r olej's Honey and !Mrs. Treutler has presented carpet. Recently, three hour' hunting broughtIn ;

Vauix, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Gruber hay to sell or wantto Mrs. Henderson's visit to this place last 'Tar. Sold by B. H. Wllrfon Son. and matting for the chancel and aisle of a line buck ; although, generally, It

log very generously offered their spacioushome you have anything the ADVOCATE, Is the year, she made several visits to the green > M It. Johns church; a much appreciatedand takes all. day to get "aJtimrV1 and then
for the occasion, on the evening of buy anything!, house and Mower garden: at Mrs. Waters I needed gift. Mrs Treuller Is a not always n deer, But while the game
the 13th. A general invitation U extended medium for you. Just ad. columns.cast your eyes place, and enjoyed .the flowers and the AnkonaEldred.Quite ,, member and regular attendant of this may be missed the sport and the memory
to aU.Some over tho pink paper's plants so much, that she was desirous! church. ; of It and Its Incidentals Is. stored "

entertainment at the Congrega- of adding something to the largo collec away for future recurrence for often ,
The J
real estate Home broke Into
Important number of '
very residents or
a our enjoyed person persons faithful/ '
oil the the
have been consummated within the last tional chapel last Friday night; passed tion. the recent ball at Fort Pierce. school No. a and willfully destroyed some .through day dogfadleater
few days, William Lalnhardt buying the very smoothly, and reflected great credit Our pineapple growers are now fertilizing of the county books. A reward will be that this bunch of palm ttoes or
Leamington, afterwards selling U to Mr. on the managers. It was also a financial and cultivating their plants that Mr. Ankeney, who recently arrived paid to anyone giving Information that that pond Is the lucky place where the f

Jefferson, who had just completed the success. bloom In .J nuaIY and February, for the here from Des Moines, expects. to reside will lead to the detection of the culprits. deer Is spotted lie may be hers or be

sale of S.Utalr.: the handsome property The Ladies' Aid Society will give a tea May and June ciop. After this fertilizing at this place permanent)'. lIe has rental This species) of vandalism must be stops may not, but all the III with me you dance r' I.

south of Mr. Whlllden'M private residence. on Wednesday, lieu 17th, at which some is finished, the plants will not need ;Mrs. AbdHl's cottage for the present, ped at any cost around du"lj; expremi looking It and listening eyes run fora
out on stems
Both properties were owned by the ex- very desirable Christmas gifts will be further attention uutll the crop Is gathered Christmas U drawing near, and our "ruckus. a splitting and halving of
Mayor, and are considered the choicestlocations offered for sale All are cordially urged next June, and the growers will people are anxiously scanning the columns the fans mid bushes, and the cyclone t
In town. to be present. have' a vacation, except for the taking of the ADVOOATU for the names Indianola. begin on the outside with "Lookout" 4

The property known" as the Bee Hive Mesdames Miller and Richards droveto care of the plants that The notoldenough for a of those merchants who have Christmas and halt-a duzn bang, bangs, and a ,

this coiner, owned by Dr Miinyim, was sold Fort Pierce last Tuesday, to visit Menominee to large fruit: crop this was season.never better prospect at this time and. New Year's presents for sale.. This In It very busy little place these white lull bounds away, perhaps un- I

week to W. P. Ilatohett. This cor- Mich friends, who have lately of throughout the pineapple belt. Miss Moore an aunt of Mr. and Mrs. days, and there Is no room for idlers tuuoliod, considerably hurried.
ber Is considered one of the best in townas arrived, to make their future home In year Lewis, ban returned to her home In Chi It IK jolly sport, but we regret to see
a business property. Mr. Hatchett Inwnds this favored section of Florida. cago She In greatly pleased" with the John It. Field expects to ship a hundred some of the boys break the law by not w
' ,to erect a handsome block of either A kidney or bladder trouble can always Indian River country and we hope she or more boxes: of oranges this we.k. wsltlnir "Oil! Monday The ADVOCATE
brick or Dade County Christmas Is the most aggravating of be cured by using Foley's Kidney Cure In referred to this babltof hunting ,
J stone, and with the wait will again return to Eldred and become a The house-wives are busy with the recently
State Bank opposite, and Air. Jeffer- all the holidays. You wait and a time. Sold by U. U. Wilson &; Son permanent settler house cleaning-putting everything on /Sundays: and there Is. a rumor attest
*on's two fine business blocks on the year, and it seems as If It never will come. I In order for the winter The orange that,Sheriff Brown Is going to put a stop .
north and south corners, will make the Then the first thing you know It Is only Mr. and Mr. E. Lewis recently entertained for to It. Now I wane to say just here that ;
locality famous a week off, and you have' to work all day Stuart. a number of friends, In honor of growers are busy shipping oranges I do not Intend ever again to hunt on a i
trade and the t
The and all night to get ready for It. their parents Mr. and Mrs. Ankeney; the Christmas pineapple Sunday, no matter whether the Sheriff' "
Japanese Tea the ladiesof sheds rapidly being cwverer
given; by and Mrs. are
Miss Moore Mr.
aLnl, of llrevsrd county enforces the law or t
the Baptist church, was a very pleasant Miss-Una Miller, not to rattlesnake be recently by- M. C. Whitney and I. E. Whitney are Pomeroy rendered soma very excellent T. Donnelly has his fine new, launch In not Hoy, do not let us break the law

we demand affair The evening being rather than cool her sister, Jessie not killed a large to be sure, preparing to plant 20: acres of tomatoes music, which was enjoyed by all. running order and brought her over on Hun.haYJ for I feel ashamed "' ''1 time
rather It was very
for hot
I we cream oysters busy all rattles, but It was Justas Mrs J. LeTourneau.. of Eden spent -- from Cocoa last Wednesday, Just after I think: of It. In fact I feel worse than
the ladles and had only two --- '
Pronounced and Miss Beatrice Richards, last several days here this week, visiting rel Foley's Honey and Tar positively cures the hard blow, but while It was still very ...hamed- I feel Ilk. I had done something
U decided As us-
ual, the a success. deadly. snake. It seems as If atives.Yes. all throat and lung diseases. Kefuse sub rough on the river He wan very well "mean. Iluntliitr nn Sunday Is r
their Lake Worth Band extended week, also killed a determined to all kinds .U tUleli. pleased with the:ny sl..rode the waves.' against the laws of Gal and taco Lee..
of Eve are the office
to at pink paper
programs which added greatly the daughters be good law-abldlag citizens jf, we
the success of the evening, and the Park rid their Eden of the serpent. of job printing Is neatly and quickly' ,ex The weather U simply delightful, and Cannot us be good, Chrt..t Ian.. Then, boys,
was well filled the ,citizens generally, ecuted. Send In your order Viking. anyone not satisfied with" It now would h
all bf death of Clarence Cureton was a you are liable to !get snake bitten, or
The weather
cause.willing to add their mite In a good terrible shock to the whole community. O. D. Blakesley brought i In 1MMlbs.) of be bard to pleane. In fact for, the the something vise might happen on .a /Sun:
little too ,
Is Just a warm oranges
been bereb'.ta short Tuesday. Thi is the best hail better attend church
he had sheephead on day. Boys, you
The :Newse In Although frleods. We expect to have a Christmas tree at an they are coloring up very slowly on the to .. ncr nice-
/ particularly fortunate time, he had made many S catch: for one boat this season. the pine land but are brighter In the or go down to store e
""ouring the services of Arthur Judson I would thU place. looking and charming girls in the evenIngs. -
looked the picture of tomatoes
oewewould has half an acre hammock land.
n Parks
the editorial staff.- Mr. Judson Is not !lave been the last have Benj. setting fruit. Mr. Wright's new house is nearing There are sweet sixttwn (and 0.
would. college; bred young man, but what picked out for death's lest victim. During planted,finer which ih Dade are county. completion, and will soon be ready for Daring the heavy' blow of \VednellllaYj teens). and you had better leave' or low
be called In western parlance, a Richards' illness, he was very There are no occupation.We last week, the steamer your heart. One poor fellow said be i>!, 4

hustler. lIe Is extensively Interested In kind Capt.and sat up several nights, the last Schroeder ik Kennedy have built a windbreak not make, the landing at the Iaphani( had neatly lost til,*. Now, be good, and ,
Pineapple culture, and owns valuable ,he said to members of the "" : around, two sides of their. vegetable ; would like to see a few more of dock, to unload lumber for tho Carter du cut; violate the law by huntlnuon 'rSunday.

f ..per7Foils on the north and south sides of time want me don't send and farm, to break the heavy' north the resident of this section subscribe house. fihedragKed her anchor, and war .. 011I:' : or yea Uovs.! t
"Wbenever you
f' e Worth, so that with Mr. Judsou'sanrii If I can come, but Just say you want winds for the mast newsy and biggest paper on blown In almost on shore, but after one o
cile he can not only give' pleasing ask for I am always ready and glad ohow 11 George, the section foreman on the East Count-tho AoroCATB. or two attempts, and knocking out two A Bullion Voleew.", -

ticalajvfce ,but me, boy, no one dreamed his,section, expects to leave' shortly for From appearances we may need the or three post from tinder the dock, and Could hardly xprsw the tbanks of I ,
the Mrland Mr.... Judson are nearthe wassto the other shore, and how Jacksonville.\ Imports say be will not Sheriff down here soon, for as Carl IIelleth tbe wind subsiding a little, she, finally Homer Hall, of West Point, I*. Listen

"? possessors pf a charming lakelldeme terribly be would suffer before death return single.E. wWI recently driving to Pert Pierce. succeeded. why: A severe. cold had settled on his I
In the north of town. to his relief. The fAmily have the and J. F. Cramer came to a negro drew a revolver and flrodtoward rW lungs causing a mont obstinate coughHeveriil /
came sympathy of everyone 10 this settlement.REPORT C.Annie Duller Tuesday, via the river' routeIn him five' time, without any cause whatever The f JlerooH. physicians laid he bad consumption

from Csrlton's,launch. They brought In a and, then laughed. Many soldiers In the hut war wrote to but Could not help him. 'V'hen, all
a Attack.
Deadly FROM REFORM SCHOOL.J number of crates of beans.R Our famous) Indian River. oranges are say that for scratches'', bruises, cut, thought: be was doomed he began to use
lane'My wife was IQ m that good pbyilcM > Prnntytown w. V.. for market and are beauties. wounds, corns, sore feet and stiff joints, Mr. King's New Discovery for Consumption -
were unable to help her." writes M. O Cluck Supt., advertised' T. Dr. Moore, of Jensen preached now globes weigh a pound Bucklen's Arnica Salve Is the bust In the and write, "It. completely cured meand >
-VifJ- Some of the golden "
Completely of Winchester Ind., "bat was '.dlcrne.yw.have( decided to use hie farewell sermon here Sunday even- and measure twelve and three- world. Same for burn, scalds, bolls, saved' my life. I now weigh 2'l7Iba.
Over' tlO and over,
!: by Klng'sNew IJfe cough exclusively the I lug, to a large congregation. Inches around the center. "' The' ulcers, skin eruptions and piles. It cores h'. positively' for coughs.; ;
PHIL" They and Tar service. eighths PrieeCMelsae
| work wonders la stomachsicki Foe Honey SchooL I find U poisons attended the morning of fine flavor, Ilk. the navel, with or no y. Only 2.Vts: at K. It. Wilson coldsd lung troubles '
vader troubles: Car constipation, Weill Virginia Reform an,1 ablolutely harmJe Dr. Moore expect* to be stationed at Mimi .- are thin smooth and bright coverings.' A Son's) drug store II. Trial bottles free at Wilson 800. +

Son's. ache. 2- cta.a ,B. B. Wil8on do the.moet bold elfectln bl B. R. Wilson & Son. the coming ,ear. ,


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9 THB EAST COAST cr newsa; '
lit "What makes you think we are lost" U PARADISE ROA1NM. :. I
rh asked the president. i 1

I t..J i "Well." replied Mr. Hayden' "there lathe t 1 ..

; A Chain sun to the south. We all know that

r '" is n
,I weaken link. A fertilizer lo reach our destination we should be

1 deficient In going due west We are going! due

', I ;i'' POTASHjust east" LOCAL TIME CARD No. 42. In Effect Aug. 28,1 190!

"That IB .enough for me" .crled the 1 ::4 -
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; president "I always. follow a man SOUTHBOUND-MAI' DOWN. NORTHIOUMD-REAI/ .
jj who steern In the woods by the sun or
'1 the stars." < fi.5 N..B. He. 31 MAIN LINL .... '71 N.It 5.

Mr. Ilayden took the president horn ( hf .:sra DalyIE Datiy DWr Dally f
is as dangerous as a
a in 'bee Uno.DurIng .
p). 4i { chain with a cracked link a this + 1 4.i.. Cygy9 ...... P 10 IS aID ..............Jaokeonvllle.' .,..............A.r. ( Ida
same turkey hunt three Lr ....,.*.*. i II to S3 a Lvv............Sonta jaokaonvllle.........:..!... MaT ;"',"'
birds flew out of rnnga across Dull run. ........ p It HO a : ...............$". A"cu.t1............ :: { 4Oa
The stream at that point is more than 1 p t i y nl, r .... .. iOlI ....*..*.*....**i fls.Inge. i..........*... 110. TCSaCOa .""..

a hundred yards wide and armpit deep. ........:......: 1! 13\1 11 Y p :w: .,.....................Xaat.... 'wga.. atk................. ': 7 yp p .17.' .._.

t. One of the wished ....... It. P P ............>..... :Bunnells. ................ g MaI ,,_
energetic Virginians ........ P p ...........*...... DUJWHIJ.................. Ma4a>>
( Ourmoneywlnnin/book.are to wade the creek and drive the birds ........ jj P p :: ..................Ortnond.............. ... I ri I II e ."....
Va + t needed by very man who owns 1 '4 ........ itu ItO ........... P 6 31 a ..
back. p p
,I ) t a field, end tha Dlow,snd who de, e: 1 P P .. .. ..y..........Por.Ora.njfe................ ** P 010. ... .
14' .tr. to et moat out of them "1 will have the life of Toesf to ............. .
no man on tea i P P .. ..}.........New Sroyrna.Oak 160. 1
d Thev.ra/ra Sendpa.idcatd.HnnYAN head Bald the "It 43 a ......... I p .. .................- HII I...*.............. i11" ....... ;
BALI WOHKM r my president. / 00 ....... P to ............-..Tlou.1U..................," 1 P ........ I
ti i would give you pneumonia. ,Still, if .... :....... : III p to ................... Coooai... .............. .. II ........ ...
you think we can get those birds I am ........ ........ .01 p ...._...........ltoelll.d) ......,......... n II ......... ...
...... ....o p ................ Baa (1aik8." .............. a ...... ...._
willing to wade that river with you ..:..... .......:. 110 p ................ Melbourne ............... .. I1bep........ ... .
and we will both take chances." ........ ..... I p .. .. ... ".'*-Ua.................. ....... ..."_
our ........ .......1 P ..............." lit. Luole ................. It 06. ........ ..,..
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I Laylntr Track for v Tri-Wcekly Sailings ........ ........: n 11 ...............While City............... 10.. a ........ ..
Antomobll.e.The .... .................. .
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dangers of automobile skiddingon ........ ........ p : ....................5dm ..................... 10 28 ........ .....
,, Free andAcce"ted the hard BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ................. 13 P ....................Jett<."......rf........... to 10 III a .. ...... .....
"l h ) asphalt pavements have ........ ........ 00 P ............... lIt..a" ................ "... 10 U a ........
*: I Masons. finally persuaded the authorities of. ........ ........ J .0 p ................Doke So.nd................ a 164 a ........
New York to permit the of Calling at S. C., both ways) ........ ........ 41 p ............... Wen l.pit.t.......... 1 'J a ........
experiment Charleston ........ ........ p ....... ....W... Palm B..II............... ". 1 IIa a.. ........
laying automobile tracks, says the ........ ........ 111 p .. ...............>*.JwjKiwini.i. .....*....... ". 113 a.. ... .
1 ''1 Plttsburg New York The 1 Finest! Steamships in the Coastwise Service ........ ... .. .19 P .............J"t. LauderdalS'.............. .". Tab ......... ...
Indian No. 90 Dispatch's correspondent ....... ... }0I p ................L.mnn City..t...... 0 III .......... ...
1 An experimental section will ....... .......'.1030" Af. ............ .. ... Miami........,.... ..... ,Lv II 46.! ........, ...

i'' a!r River TltuavUle,; first be laid at Murray street between The Clyde New England and Southern" Lines. 2CVFET' PARLOR) CARl OtT TRAINS' (S AND Tl.

Broadway and Church streets. A. plan Direct Service Between <

Lodge. Florida. of the* Automobile Club of America la BRANCH LINES BOHBDUI.B3.No. .
e Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points.
to hove these
I I Hold Its mOlltlnlr8 the mmond and fourtli Frl- strlpu laid across the ,
day of each month a' their r.H'lu. Indian Jllvor New Jersey meadows and thus 87 Ne. B5 He.47Daily. FAZ.A.TKA.a. ..ISr
connect ads bids Doll Da91y. IDI10ri
II '4 Hotel, Titus Kile at 7:30 u'oluok p. in. (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) D Y. D.17.N.a lly.16a .
with the thousand miles of
1 J.K. Walker, 3.vnrehlprul Matter. : Jersey mac.

II" T J.,L.H.Cariuthen tUucter. Junior Senior Warden.. ndum that radiate from Newark. The flonthbound.................",.. 8KMI-WEEKLY'' : SAILINGS! u.from tewle Wharf, Boston '' 39 BOp p J Blp 85 p 4 i eo 20 p p 1500 b 6 es a. r .Palaik PalatkaLv, tArK. r 100.) a 1 I 18 alt aCS 4B 8p p 0 OBpNo p 1 p
i J.31.Iixon'lr.asurer.: cost; ?f the ontPi'prlWj.It l Is !!understood: Northbound, ; ... ., ,,? ..,,,from foe* of Catherine Street, Jacksonville

i ,34 t* r. A. Morgan 1fe0retRI')'. la to be d/frnyed "by the clut r 87Dally. No.48Dally. 8AM rLA' EO BBAJCTOH. No. 46Dai.y. Na 11
J* F. Hrown,4 haplaln. Davy

4{ J.K.B.E.Semen Senior, Deacon w llrqoeat \ Conlnt'.tton., Clyde St. Johns River Line. ia p e a v...................... ...Eau Falatka.........................Ar B M aA If Pi
N 91 M. (4. VunlandinKliara Mlm.rr.: Junior Senior Denoon. A 11' S _P 880 i. Ar.......,..................San !Matn,. ......... ......... .. ....LT tea p'o *
Steward. I (DeBaryXIne.)
The of Profcnnor Jacobl of
F. M.TayIorJuninrat.ward. /
2T 19 No. IS
No. 20Bund'y
r. W. Hirtiorts. Tyler. Berlin In the Interest of coeducation Is BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD., E Sund'rOnly' Me. 1? AYPOBT BBAITOH.No.. 16 I No. IllDally.
said to be the first of Its kind Stopping at Palatlca Attar, St. Franc, HenMford. (DeLand), Blue Springs and intermediate land. i'y Dally. EzSun D.1y! Only; .I
1 ever loge on th..tn..lob Klver. 1 TOp {WO& a TTO pCO 5tea V..7.Ziutrle........ ...ArJTacksonTllI 7 4 oa Ii 30 pills -
made by a man says the Plttsburif' STEAMER "CITY OP JACKSONVILLE; c3 p {toil a log p a 44 a ..........8o. *.........,Lr 77 a l 12p Sup
STORIES' OF ROOSEVELT\ Dispute UP bus t bNlut>ed'10.0OO! o f 40 p 10 46 a 0 19 p 9 14 a" ...,.,......Palilo Bwb ........... I 70S a 11 CO a 41+ p
i4 IS APPOINTED TO BAIL A3 FOLLOWS* 46 p IOBO a 144 p 9 10 a .,.,?.....Atlantic Exaob.......... 7040, t 45 a 4 41
k marks to the University of Berlin' with Leave Foot Catherine Street Jacksonville 5:OO p. m..... ..., .... Sundays,TuemUy* and Tainlay / 03 It8 a r V 9 15 a Ar....... ....... Marport. ............. y e 45 a to a 4 tap p
the proviso that the university' shall Leave Sanford HO a.m..;...... .. ......:........ ........ ...... Momlaja. Wednesdays.. and Ifrluayg. ktiTTTD No. 12
'not oonjft Into pjOHNpiwIon of the money l7Sao $ASTOBD BR.&NCII.D sly OBAItOffi CITY $144 WH.D"U1"
How the President< Made a Big Bnuthliound. SCIIKDULE.: WortnbuiMd. 8x. EX. Kx.Bun.. ft.
nntll nt loust' two deportments are head down. Head up Run. ,
'** openlo LeikTe330p.nl. .............. .... ....JACKSONVILLE ................. .......Arrive 2.0O a.m en.
", f)t .. Book Contract. women hit ri'/nilnr student' .. 8.4o p. n...'......... .............. .PAI.ATKA......... .. ... .... _..:.... ..,Leave 8.00 p.m 7Mar v,......... tuevll e........... r JiJH 411p v........, ew m.rn..Ar
.. .. .... ...... 18 aI v.............4 Im. .,....,....Lr 1 P .......... *Helen.{ ....... ran
-- to S.OOa.... ................. .. ..AII'fOlt: ... ..,.... .. .. 1I.ao..m .
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Lh MaHa ... ...
'of ,. ). .. t.oo) a. m...................... ". ST. KKAN(:'I .... '.. ...... ......... ... .. Lao p.m .>v.-.Ont........... n. llftl aI1 411p / are U 0# The Bed Prescription for M.LrI. I ." ......... .... ....JnCRI!; FUItUl).:LANlJ' '...'.'. ........ ...d.. .. U'I 12.00 a',, twprl ..Lr ll t *6]> >r..Orange JanoI..Lv 0 E61
), r''< A VERY SMALL BIT OF PAPER USED Chills and Fever Is bottle of 'Grove's 6.00 a. 10" ........'..". ......,.....1ILU !HPRINU8... ........ ... ........ .. .... 11.00 .mArrlreH.30 IBO Ar 0anfnrd. L (Oil
a s.. m:..........................$ANbuRD.. .. .. .. .... ...................... a.3O win. Theaa Tlm.Tablet show fie time*at whlrt tralaar may be expeot to arrlv and depart
Tasteless Chill Tonlo. It is simply Iron from Ihse-ve alitartone but their arrival or dep.rtar..1 the time ittted le nos KU+raiit'-4
.F4 md quinine In a tasteless form. No Gen') Passenger and Ticket Off Ice,204 W. Bay St..Jacksonville.A. Ixooa.nor does$ae) Oontpany bold itself responsible for any ttelay or any*eaoa.4u.nee) arlataf law*
f i wf He Fire Propoaed to Talc; w ..10.n"Cult Cure, No Cure. Price COcts.

+ 4 to Clinch the Arranicement \ .C.HAQERTY, Xaat'n Pass. Agt., ".M.IRO.NMONUICR; ; : ,AMt.Gen.Pass. Agt. Peninsular
i s I' \ 19 State St., New York 204 West Hay St.,Jacksonville,Fla. and Occidental Steamship Connections at Ularaa.BBTWTBBIT .
For a MavnlHcvnt Edition Ue. Laxe rrnos. D.HALEY Local I Frwinht' Agent, r IC. LOVKLL, Anst.Supt.,
.. Connecticut /props! New York one bet foot HoicanSl ,Jacksonville. Fla. Foot. MiKau: itt., Jacksonville,Fla. MIAMA, ICIlY WJBST AND: > 4 4p'! of Hla 'Vrltl.-Iaelde..e of Re.at .. .
ter and sentences reckless automobile JOHN. 1 HOWARD, Superintendent, Foot Hogan Bt.?Jaokeonvllle"Fla.THEO.
a -
P 1 TvrUay Ilnut. Q. KfWCR, General Ala> Iter. WM. f (CLVDK*. CO., Oeneeal Agents.
v tli driver' to year's Imprisonment. .Cbe ebronJb Building Itt State St.,Ojiptwite Battery Park, New York.C. For Informatloa relative to sailing dates of Peninsular& Occidental:. Steamship

A. R. Keller president of A Pblladeltyhia The New York chuufTeu'r who caused II. WAL.TON. Agent, Titusvllle Fla. Company, apply to any agent.;

) publishing", housevblcb Is prepiir- be' Injury to tt score' or more of people '

.log to Issue a remarkable edition du got off with sis mouths' Imprisonment. J. D. RAIINER, Assistant General Passenger Agent, ST. AUdUSTIJTE, FLA.

,*. i Mate'&ad a of scrl rrtsUK'nt!: :.!Tutm'aunf'experience ItygH 'yglt'iLgrltlugii' lu, Wlin> 'may be ,the matter :5, E.A.JB: < >.. ..I itI> For copy of' Tjoonl Time Card address any agent! ;

obtaining Mr. Itoouevelt's consent to ---- -
with :Mr. Schwab, bp Is
k tiTe publlcntlon.; 811)'S u Phlludtlphiu : AIR LJNE RAILWAY.FOR .
dispatch to,tbe New Yoik IlernlJ.Mrk suffering with loeotonotor I ataxln. After .

?, I Keller III came convliu-tKl toward having traveled over a good portion 'of
) the clove of the Spanlnh-Anlerlean war Enl'oPl'1' ,Is now 'off. for India. \ -- .

that the then Coloui I Uoo f vclt would SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA CAMDEJT, I\OUTHEKtf PINES RICHMOND,

4 be a central Btfivrp/ In Ann-rlcah poll- The. Cuban, appear to think that It WASHINgTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA,. NEW' YORK,
flea lie tnrteU' for (Ctibu but mlaned! wbuld Impair their Independence to get

the colonel who wall then oil big way ,on really friendly terms with the united EFFECTIVE OCT. 1, liO2.NORTHEAST .
1 Two Elegant Trains Daily .a
Montnuk Point. Ilusti\ ('nlnff back 1 fo= S1M h'L .

Washlniftou. Mr. Keller' procured a Seaboard Express, No. MTTxri. >o. :an. No. 13
Route. NORTH V..K9T. R.ttts 1 .
Da11y DII7 Dally.Ltr.
p wl.. pass from Secretary of War Alger 1\1.1.:
.Jitokaonvllltt. Southern .... T tI'p
Seaboard Mail. Ry T H p. Lv. vaokHuuvlilu.Bouthern> Ry. '" <
net out for Montauk. lie tried to get Lv.Bavunnnh, Southern My I 16 p. 13 39 &, I.....Jenvip Southern Hy .. .... 10 <4ft ]>
to Colonel, Roosevelt at 0 o'clock vln themorning I' *', I .ir. Charlotte. Smithflmb Ry | 10 1>1a.? Ar.l\ll1eon. Southern Hv ... .... 00 aAr.
and MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT Danville Southern Ry 1167: a. 140 p. Ar.tlnrllU. Southern 68 a
H"I was Explanations Sick .Klohinoml, Southern. Jiy TOO..6 : Ar.Atlanta. Southern 20 a
f ..followed and he-wan conducted ONLY LINE Operating. Dally Through/ Sleepers from Jacksonville to Ar.Itoohnnart Soutlmrn a
"*" Ar'LvhchburS.mtherQR.'T.n: 407p. Ar. Honie, Southern Ry..8:: : ::::::: ..N H a ,
p by the colonel In person to his quart New Orleans. N Ar. (Charlottaville, Southern Ry 4 M a. 5 liO p. Ar.1)a.IOn. Suntlurn 311 a
ters. Ar.Vfonhtngton, BouI b."n. Ry 740.. 0 30 p. rVnithern -41) a
Ar.lI..ltlmore. P. R. R. ... 9 UO a.U .it an p. Ar.Chattanooga.Queen Ati (Oil a
Mr. Keller unfolded his mission and Blood For: Information apd sleeper reservations .call on any Agent Ar. Philadelphia, H, H. R. ... 12: a. 'i Ml a. Ar.:Xkditlo, Oneenit Ci-Mlictmt.. 12 (08) u
was abruptly "turned down: Colonel Ar. :New York P. 1C K.:. ... a up p. C an a. Ar.Bomenet; ( ueen .* Cre.c.mC., .. 3 (CO' i>
I Seaboard, orwrite A..1\uI'I/'la. Queen 'ft: ('.....eenD.. .30 P
said _
Roosevelt other publishers who .. N<...31. New York and FlorMn.Express. Dally Ar.Lexmicion.. Queen &. Creaeent. ...1 6 1(1( p
/W were his personal friends owned the I A. O. MACDONEIX,. As,t. Gen. Pass Apt.; .- Jacksonville, Florida. 'ullmati uleevlnic:oars. Port Tampa and Jaal Ar. Cincinnati
plates tf his books and be owed fealty Feed pale girls on Scott's ourllla to New ork. Dining cr.: ; ,; BITFoar Route.. ? 8 30p
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4tu --- -
--- ----- Af.Chicago, Bijf\ Four Route.. .... T 10 a
t I to them. Mr. Keller explained that be Emulsion. I i Ni>. 3O. Wanhlngton, Richmond And Florida I.V. Clnomnatf, t eun. I did not mean to take the published SA 'ECCP .:Y.:: L2'Ll'' .A.. ES. Llmll8'"via; Rtobl1lnnd. Dallv. Pullman Bleeptig Ar. Chloatto. Penn.Linen .., .... 73)a
Cars; Jnckionvllle, new York. Dining '
A' books out of circulation, but to reissue We do not need to give all Can: 1. Cinclnnat C. H.&n: Moni-n.! I A
r Ar. C. H.D Monou.... L T r8 *
TO- Cbhago.l :
fit. them In magnificent form for circulation -;-- :- r :. -
t the reasons why Scott's v. CincinnatiAr. C.! H..' Dv-M Jen.C ant I 9 4M1 p
','} Finally the colonel exclaimed. "Hold ,emulsion restores the BKY. Ar. Detroit. O. H.l>.-Wfrfi.Cent | 1411.

on, I must think!1" and Jumped strength t the NORTHWEST, ;/ LT. I..exingian, | "Souftjiera. Rjr...... (1'1130 p
and flesh \ NORTH BOTTXI). |t No.. 30. Ixiuinvlllo.. Konthern Ry.. i Slip
hIlt homo and rode away at top speed. and 'color of good VIA, WAS TE1tN ATLANTIC R. R. and NASHVILLE, CIIATTANOO .-tiutkiftonvllle. ;;,- outhern Rv.... TMp "v.I..oul8'O.1I8.. ftnulnern Kv..." ."..". I 11111"
f For more than half an hour he gal health those who Lv.S&vannah. Southern Ry .... U SO a Arat.. Ixxiln, Southern Ky. .... .... | 78'l.
to suffer
1V r .and /ST.: LOUIS Hr.. Lv.Columbia; ,' Hmithera Ky.. .. 700. An. ll.-Tlu) Florida t Limited?' 1>..1 y. Build
loped around finally coming back to Aalievllle, Southern Ry...... I 160p tralnofvestihnleooacbesaa.IPullman BleeptnK
I I the tent. Before !Mr. Keller could any from sick blood.. Dixie Flyer Route Ar. lloe Hprlrcti SnuthentRy.... ... asr; P eara.lieksnnvtlleU.Clnornnati..
: a n word he was off again and for another .' > Ar. Cincinnati Queen A Creeoant.. ...8 10 a U. C. HUN'I.City nuwonfter and Ticket Agent.
The fact that it is the best City; Tlvfcet Ofltof, 108 W Hay Street.
a t 1f J half hour galloped over the bills. l'Io.80, Fnllman drawing-room leeplDK axs H.F. CARY,District ra..en"er Agent,
100 .
I' Returning with his animal snorting preparation of Cod'Liver Oil, nvflto.ria.O

f. ) and pawing Colouel Roosevelt threw I rich in nutrition full For descriptive-matter, rates, schedule. etc., write to, or call on r
1) himself from tbe saddle with tale of healthy II. ACKAKT, Gen. Mgr. 8. II. IIAKI>WICK, O. P. A.
J.. Florida
.... E. Passenger ,
words "All right I'll do It" stimulation is '
a suggestion as I
,j' ,!!( There was not 'scrap of writing 213 1V" t Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. _Washington, D GTV.

material or a pen In the tent. Colonel to why it does what it does. C. E. BARMAN, Gen. Pass. Agt. U. F. SMITJI, Trafflo Manager.: II. TAYLOI, A O I* A, Atlanta Ga.

I/"q .: ','' Roosevelt produced a linen cuff and x Scott's Emulsion presents Atlanta Ga. Nwbville, Tenn.Atlantic ,

'. af j ,f the publisher a fountain pen. It occurred Cod Liver Oil at its best
to them that there might be a ota ..
i i 14 Man sheet In some of the letters lying fullest in least in 1

(' ,' 1'1 .' unopened on the colonel's camp bed. strength, ffD o "t T k e P y Ii' (C'!cure

: A small piece was found and upon taste. Coast Line R'y. by aTheytemporargitjhebowels

t j;I this In duplicate the contract was Ypung women in their but regular action cannot be secured until the liver
drawn up. Each piece Is about the size
secretes enough bile to make the Intestines
:t of a visiting card.Negotiations "teens" arc permanently curedof execute their natural functions. /
i't'! with publishers to gain the disease of The Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections: ural agitation caused by cathartics ]
peculiar the
r 1ft permission to republish !Mr. Roosevelt's continual anti increasing: doses to
( To the East? Over its own rails to Savannah Charleston, Richmond and Washington attain the -
\ works covered more- than twu blood which shows itself in thence via Pennsylvania R. R. results. 0
'11t1 years. The royalties demanded and compelS-1
I !JI> granted are Immense and Mr. Roo e- paleness,weakness and nervous To the West The Louisville A Nashville via Montgomery.
.. The Mobile <& Ohio R. R. via Montgomery; .
velt will receive
large the
a very portion ness, by regular treatment on
b I of the amount. The entire enterprise with To the ]East!> Via Steamship 'Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York, r liver; cures Chills
will be completed Inside of the nest Scott's Emulsion.It Philadelphia and Boston. Via Norfolk steamer to New York eve.y'form ofMalarlal
and and
'1 ,I 1.ft nine months and It.U estimated that is a true blood food and Washington: and Baltimore. 'Via Savannah and Merchants & e j Fever
and Inter-
it the selling price of the edition will be Miner Transportation Company for Baltimore and Philadelphia. Bilious Remitting

{ J ''J' very nearly 1000000. is naturally adapted to the cure To Key West and Havana, via Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company. Fevers and, by.going to the seat of the

ilere Is an unpublished story o! President of trouble, works permanent cure. .
the blood sickness from
It Tl.o1J.e1s.
1oa.go : ;
t.1 Roosevelt's turkey bunt on the FIFTY CENTS_ PER BOTTLE.
rN Bull Run battlefield a few days ago which so many young women nterohaoKeable; mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among tbe principal -

t say a Washington dispatch: The president suffer. ? railroads In the Southern States are oa sale by the principal agents. B. )C. WILSON Jt; SON.

if ;' ', left the turkey blind and started =-
,,! through a great stretch of woodland. Addresses of parties the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally sup -
I lie was guided by one of the mighty We 'will b. glad. to send plied with all Information and handsome advertising matter.

I "I bunters of tbe region and was) accompanied s sample to Any *uff_rr.B Through Pullman Sleeper, Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic Coast Line; jr- WHITE'S CREAM i

j'. also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway.
ja by William Hayden whoso lure tint thh plctar* YV ORIvtSI! VERMIPUCEI
!.' plantation adjoins that of Representative the Inrm ol .Ubt, M an thwnprxr : For Information. to rates sleeping car reservation etc., call on or write to .

i .r I i' Rickey on which the president. bad KmuuloQ. of gou every bay. bottle .! FRANK C. BOYLSTON, W. D. STARK MOtUa QUUdty. y1ei.I.po.tlryFcr ._

been hunting. Commercial Agent Trar. Pass. Agent. 20 Years Hat TH! T': rnnoDie I3s. .
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The party walked several miles when SCOTT A BOWNB. 138 West Bay St., Astor Building JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
f.olra: ::ill'%- .A.t' ... (>:>::3"r csrax: 3 TAa.
I M. .. Ilayden. looking quizzically at the Crtomlsts. H. M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager. W. J. CRAIG, Oen'l. Pass. Agent.' .. 1AU13.t .
'rar.nstt.y--- d' 1MIF3 P.Ai.L'tI1, $t.
1 C\Wle. Mid. loUr..J 1 >oq are lost," er 409 Pearl St, New York. WILMINGTON, N. C. .. .............wwwwwvwvrw..w ..wa. 1

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\ Tl'.l'USVJLLE. 1 ,:

A Blow to .
Handwriting Kxperts. Growth of Export Trade. It .1 I
One ST. PETKUSnUltO. .
of the .j
wholesol11e&effect of th tit is gratifying to learn from a late
ONVTHE-IKDIAN-RIVER.> acquittal( of Roland B. Mollnoux in .bulletin of the treasury bureau of statistics
New> York after DELl\IONT\ FLA.
a second trial as remarkable
Washington/ thut the exportsof ,
Opened November 10th.
TITUSVILLE for Its fairness legality and I On the west shore of 1
.j manufactures from the United Tampa Bay. The most healthful winter resort city In the
expedition as wAs the former trial for States In tho nine. months ended with State. On high! ground, pure water, perfect drainage! ; spacious piaaaas, rooms

FLORIDA. Its dilatory discursive and unjudicial September. 1X)2! are larger than those per large week.and newly furnished, papered and painted. Rates, (J I per day; '14 00 to H1.VOO. s ,_

nielliods was the discrediting of ex In the corresponding period oC any other W. II. TUTKTl'S, Proprietor 'i""
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pert witnesses on handwriting. - _. I
The -
year the history of the country,
L \ fuse of the NUW YO1MC \,
ra W prosecution, which for near
with tho single exception of 11)00. The

r," 1 a J. O. BAST, Proprietor. ly four years held relentlessly to the total for the nine months is $311,302.. o l It

theory of Mollneux'a guilt, rested mainly 411. against .
$208,000.551 in the corre- ;
upon what was sought to be provedby 'spending! mouths of last year nnd Hotel Marlborough .{

i&f: DUCK SHOOTING handwriting experts. This! was the $33S.lJj*.2t3 In the corresponding !
the sent
on poison package months of 1000.\) COD1pu'lu/lIU92/ with Broadway, :Mitli and 37th Streets, NEW YORK:: '
through the coil/
mall to Cornish the lS1r..!. the increase is nearly 200 percent 400 Room 200 bath
and FISjIUNO rooms. Lighted entirely with elcotrto
L tents of light 00n"1'dyote. h
psi Umr ,Its a. I u of which ultimately caused the tilt figures of 1802\ $111roo.O'.H .. a
death cf) Mrs. Adams. It being/ ,- on Amoilcim and European plans, and la managed under tho personal( 4'J'; n
was essential ,
i'i i Rates: $2 no : while comparing 1002 with supervision of the owner. .
per day.
I to establish
Mollneux's: guilt to "
1888 the growth In nine months' exportatloua E. S. CROWKLL, Manager.: i i\J
III prove that he- wrote the address and f
: of manufactures In from "
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txlh' .
? $10 and. $12 per week mailed the fatal package. To that end $0QS; h,074) to $3U.302Mt. S *"' ..' fti
) ---------- the prosecution on the former trial Introduced The The Walton : t tI

JACKSONVILLE. a score or more of handwriting value following of manufactures table shows! exported\ the total in Self-LocKing Pulley Block..f '

exports, and weeks were spent In
mouths of each year from 1888

WINDSOR HOTEL . taking the long winded complex and to 1002.( Indicating, with but slight exceptions PATKXTEOIN: THE UNITED STATES+ and all CIVILIZED COUNTRIES "
often ,
conflicting affirmations
JACKSONVILLE'S upon a steady and continuous \ f
prosecution depended for aconvtetlon.
LARGEST: AND BEST:: YEAR-ROUND IIOTEL. The defense Introduced almost growth: I This SELF'-i.OCKING'r'.1UICLA1,11LO;: ( K which hits just been i,:
Nina months ending Sept 80- patented all tho civilized countries to
as uinny more of those experts in 1888.V. $840.074 throughout the world will,,j :: 7,
rebuttal. How much Influence this lW! ..... Ill.0h2.174 hoist and lower like any block and tnrkle, nnd WILL STOI AND ':.
1WX( 113,072.63!) LOOK AUTOMATICALLY whenever needed !Soft: Rope, Wire .
testimony hud on the conviction of 1591.,1. 126.911.057IHIJ3. '
MollneiiT after a trial lasting two .,_..."... 111210,024 Rope or) Chain (cnn bl' 'used. Nothing to.get( out of orderany portion/
.. -.. 1:19.601.11I11: canton It. NO CI.]< ,t'l' N1< I'ED.; ) The game device I f" 'd in b
months and twenty-six days can onlybe 18(14( ....... ...................... 133.22S'0! Cheek and Deek liiocksVlll. u <
hoist, lower l\lulItlf'k at will. ( ,
surmised. It probably did not contribute U3,1! t.834
1S4.7'I2.-I3 below or at any height, upside, down or at 1
d any angler an ounce( 80 largely' to the conviction as .............. 212.367.871 tons, occordlng to the size and of the tack
6 shape block i Only'
did the apparent Invasion of the pris- 1$98..J......., S27.h22W.r' one
&) rope, chain or wire Is lined at a Woe TlicMimo .
oner's rights permitted by the trial 877.6118,041! rope) pulley dm for
.1. 8,1s: .078,241: each 'There Ir ho rntrliet. teeth to cut the i
rope' or trigger ntrn'hment t
Judge and the .admlrslon of evidence ....... 2118.011055* '
to this device.The ..
which the reviewing court declared to 811.302,441 .,
be Inadmissible and illegal and upon The temporary reduction In exports I"I.'Ir.Jwklllg( Tackle Block i is necessary for Yacht amt Vt' '

which a stay of execution and a retrial of mn/iufnctures which occurred lust sell of all klniln, Bridge and ]loll!!!' Itiillding, Aerial 'Trolley. D:il-( .

were ordered. year, duo In part to tho maintenanceIn roads, Quarries, LumbermenVarehnuspe. Mason, Foiintlrlcs, Marino\ !;< i"IIJe, '

Upon tile second trial which lasted the United States\! of extraordinarily, Mines Machlnn Shops, .Steamboats, Stngo Scenery' 1'nliiterx, Circuses fn,'uor-

but twenty-seven days, the prosecutIon I high prices on copper and to the unusual les, WelU: Stables, HarlienH HOIHIIH, JIll 11'111'11. TanuerieK! .H ll\u' l'ter' I1(1I1 es, ,

again sought; as the vital polnj of demand for troll and steel manufactures Factories of all kinds ; for use,in hoisting ashes, and for farms and plantations,

Its case, to prove by paid experts that baa; lu a large degree disappeared / Fire Escapes, Fire pepartinonts, Ulggeri Can also! \lIt 118"11111 the lrnt"lon< i

the address on the poison package was copper exports, : bating Inertlined of Fruit Trees and! gathering of Fruit and Vegetables! stretching witt: 81\11

In Mollneux'a handwriting though but "' $11,000,000 in the nine months ropes of all kinds, Hoisting f"lalDumb\' AViiitern, Elevators, Sail Boat) of all

DODGE & CULLENS, OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS. a small proportion of the time taken ended with 8>*pt('nilier. 11)02, as coin- kinds, Awnings, 'Tents, Bllnd",, Bicycles, Klectrlo Light purposes, Sash Light,

in Meat Markets and Stores of all kinds, Hunting Camp and Private ,
for tilts sort of evidence on the first pared with: tb9 corresponding monthsof Houses, "
trial was consumed op the second. 11111.! () While the l'I'llal'tlolI In exportsof from the kitchen( to lire bed room In fart, It can be used with'great' utility

IDUYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA. The defense likewise Introduced the Iron and steel manufactures In the wherever a tackle block In needed. It saves time, money nnd labor, as no .tying

testimony experts to prove that the nlue mouth of i'JCKl: compared with the or fastening the!' rope or chain to cleat or anything elnels!' 11t'.d..d.All y

r accused did not write the address. coireciiundlng' period( of lUll Is but kinds and all shies ran be used either ashore or aboard! ship, and will .
$3.000.0410. not cost much more than the ordinary pulley blocks. WAI/TON'S PATENT! : ,
Opposite postoffice 'Centrally located Thoroughly repaired and re- The Jury with exemplary promptitude ) though the Increased home
4 and precision; Indicated the value It attached demand Is Hhoxvu.. lu tlio fact that Importations SELF-LOCKING TACKLE BLOCK! Is similar In shai"1, weight nnd! size tithe '.

novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted ; . to( the testimony of handwriting 'of \Iron and steel manufacturer ordinary pulley bl lI'ksln every day 11I.'l'i and In mnde In :Jdltferent shapes] and f

experts. It found a unanimous verdictof have/ meantime Increased over sizes to suit all purposes. There absolutely! nothing to get out of order. It ;4\
hates $2.50 per day and up. has no springs wf'dge'l'th or trigger and !soft chain and
acquittal within fifteen minutes aft $13.onn.OOO the total for nine months rope ; rope!, wire 1
of this being practically double rope can be used In the same .block.( >
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. er It left the jury box. year
The whole field of expert testimonyof that for the same months of 1001. A sample of the pulley block may be seen: at the EAST COAST ADVOOATBolfe.eTltusvtlle :

this nature Is dangerous and when Flit
WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and'Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE chief reliance is placed upon It In capital Favorite Family ltetno ly. J. O. WALTON, ''f C

FLA. cased It incomes a reckless misuseof Frequently accidents occur In tile household Inventor of the above; also, latent Calking Tool for Boats, Etc. ,

American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- the Instruments of Justice. In thus bruises which cause burns, cuts, sprainsand Offices : New York, Boston( and Tltusvllle, ) Ift.
; for use In such cases\ Dai ..
the handwriting experts
discrediting -- -
ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water lard's Snow Liniment blfor many years
the Mollneux: Jury furnishes a wise, been the constant favorite family remedy
Baths, Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All useful and wholesome precedent In 25c, ROo nnd $1 at li. Wilson & Son's.: Olllolal Supply House of The Illinois FUhormen'n Association.
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street cars pass the door. Rates $3.00: to $2.50 per day.. criminal Jurisprudence. ,
The Net and Twine Co.
Sir Thomas, Lipton repents that he Chicago

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. General Toral's Sad Fate. .would iiitlicr take elintiees of fair pinyIn I Manufacturers of-

General Tornl. whose loss of reason the United States tliiin In any other H
L Lr
NEW Corner : is reported from Madrid succeeded country Hlr Thomas reminds us of

VICTORIAHOTEL.. yJACKSONVILLEe. General Linares In command of the Lord Dunruven-be'.so different.

Spanish forces around Santiago when C
Everything Free located Rates *2.00 and $2.50per
new. Centrally be rather
Linares was wounded at the battle of William D.\'ery' may a
day EuTopoau' plan; room( 50 cents to $1 00 each person. San Juan. Distress over the'surrender eccentric Individual with a rude vo- ,

R. BIXLER Proprietor. to General Shatter Is said to be the cabulary. but when be says "tliene pol. '

, -,. Itlcluim more trouble than files In a- ,
-- -r- -- cause! of Toral's madness. ,
, MKItKITT, Merrim Island. However. Toral dbtalned authority Turkish bath" a goad; many people will M M

HUNTING LODGE winter Resort. for surrender from the Spanish cap agree with him. b too FISHING NETS and Netting of Every De crlptlon. Q

TUEVIG\VAtx, On Indian River Merritt, Fla. tain general before he yielded to the la t> Dealer In 1iI.\rle'l\ wine, Maitre Cord, Rope, Etc I
Timely' warning .given express
Now Open. Accommodations for 10 adults. Sun Parlor, Halliard, Pool and Americana and he was later acquittedby Originators of Wholes! Prloea direct to the Plahermen.
Hog! Pong tables. Swlmtnlnsr: [ pool. Bath rooms free to guests.' 850 feet of docks. a court martial of blame for do- messengers that Harry Apgnr. aged 70-HI-ti.\ / : K. Indiana HI. Chicago, 111
Cabin catboat for cruising. Hunting and fishing floest on the Coast. Write, and tent Inasmuch aa'be obeyed orders in eleven years, has left bill home, ID New ...Mention Tho ADVOCATE In your letter.,

our boat will meet :you at Cocoa free. E. J. BLAIR. Proprietor. surrendering. Hence he need not have York' with the Intention of becoming' Wears MemherN of the llllnoln- -Kl.hermen' Hnolittlon.:\

-.. _-- feared disgrace at this late day. His I an outlaw: like Jesse Jnuies. ,

JENSEN.r. illness shows bow the consciousnessof I -' ..- )
.. soldier's I ;,, Mr. Carnegie! 1- Is still securing honorary -- -
unsuccesa may prey upon a
JENSEN FLA., titles In Great Britain, presumably .
Center of Pineapple Belt. somewhat similar Instance Is found at honorary prlCOill.. k

f" UNDER NEW }fANAGE ENT. -W1 I In British history in the case of the bave- doubtless prepared -
The prettiest location on Indian River. Large, beautiful grounds. Near captain of a British warship who allowed In mAny fur winter ways you but how about yourself Lot -
the Ocean. Fine l Fishing and ,Hunting. Teams leasonable. Letters and prepared for the .Building
attention the American frigate CoiiBtltu- ? U your system .. I
will receive
reserving rooms prompt liar'..Ii ,uluhur, the sudden changes that/ _
JOHN S. PAKK, Owner' and Proprietor. tlon ti> escape from him. Years after you will\ have to contend with? If not,
--- the war when the matter was recalledto should take Dr. Harter's Iran Tonic OCCUTANCV
you or al.t with.a KUILWVO: HEADY FOIl ,
WEST PALM nl.ACII. ( this captain one day be killed himself at once, for It not only cures, but It aim
safeguards your health by strengthening LAND FOR AN ORANGE ROVE,

and Invigorating the system. I'lNKAPI'LE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN 4i 4

The ACD. A party of amateur hunters near i
LeamingtoLL'WESTFLORIDAPALy: Reading Pa.. saw a cat running alonga II........ Corn far ('barril.Ent'ClI1rnj&'lod Wo probably have for male just what you are otklng. 4
the of succorsfrom
by report
fence In the country and shot It fora the ladies of the Methodist churchat Settlers are flocking in.but dill thel..ls room. If yon art
W. C ERNST, Manager.On rabbit. The farmer who ought to .
Lovlngton., III., who recently .went line to
tills drop a
Lake Worth Postoffloe and business houses. Large verandas. thankful that be bad not looking way,
opposite have been Into the fields and busked corn and i{i
Strictly firet-olaas.- Summer Rates, $2 per day. Special by the week been mistaken for a deer and filled Bold It. applying the proceeds on their JAS. E. INGRAHAM .3rd Vici-PrMhlent..

full of buckshot had the nerve to church debt. the ladles of the First .
make the hunters pay $2.0O) for the cat Baptist church of Paris Ill.. were recently '

The Palms PALM BEACH, FLA. Some people have no sense of grati- engaged la a "bu klnlK tea" for I ST. AUOXJSTI FLA.
tude. the benefit of their church fund say ---
a Chicago dispatch to the St. Louis Re f

A large, h6roe-like hotel, well appointed and beautifully located! giving the WIves should not make a practice of public. A number of farmers north of OE3.AS. 8 65.c 00. !l
to their
comforts without the cost of the more expensive ones. Situated on LAKE theaters with men other than the town gave them free access JACKSONVILLE. '. rLA. I .
WORTH the Poinciana Ilo'el. White waltr.\ e.. Electric attending fields. Tby are to have all they can ,M1. 1 71'8 W. ""J' lit.. \
opposite Royal
Bella. Good Fishing, Hunting and Boating. Rates. $:!. *260 and Jch per their husbands If flashlight pictures husk and haul away. It Is expectedthat ,
day Special rates by the week. THE PALMS; West Palm the audiences are to be taken. This a neat sum will be realized, as the
circumstances baa .contractedfor I
combination corn bad been previously
KEY WEST.- placed a Jersey City woman In the poItlon at SO cents a bushel, 20 cents above FULL FULL. r.r.I r..r.

of defendant In a divorce suit the market prlc' ill I '

CITY HOTELKEY. WEST, The treasury department at Wa.hfogtlJu X gentleman of loomlnK on. HI., has EXPRESS EXORESS ,
to distribute through Pal oA[
la prepared ,
wireless piano, say.
Invented a PREPAID
W. J. PALMER, MANAGER. the country great quantities of fractional Philadelphia I'ress. He first constructed 49))

Yew. Modern. First-lass... 'Bus meets Steamers. Rate, $3.00 per day, currency for the hoUday trade.It a five octave comb reed 'of steel \\i

and upwards- .Co'mmercial[ Special.WASHINGTON.. w'ill take many millions of pennies, placed it upon a bridge and soundboard ? a I vjf
-- -+ -- nickels and dime to move the toy crop and by degrees discovered a way to

I this aeason. make very fine harp note. He has

been working for eighteen years on his .
It Is now claimed that antitoxin will Invention.

THE BUCKEY BUFFET, cure rattlesnake of the older bites snake, but bite the cure advOoastee are Itetter than a t'Jal'lter.A. IDoz.DftrvtRCO I $ 50 .

216 Sixth street, WASHINGTON, D. C., not likely to take kindly to the tnnoraUott piece of flannel dampened with Cham rot
Washington, berlaln's Fain Balm and bound on the at. J2 QX129
II one of the most popular Wine, Liquor and Cigar hones feeted parts, Is better than a planter for
AU In the city. lame back and for pains In the side or
of the best brand la stock, and the prices M low as any house News'from New Tort and :Paris Indicates chest.a Pain Balm ban no superior as a $9a0 t

Southerners meet riany friends here. Note the address 319 Sixth Street, that the reckless and arrogant liniment for the relief of deep. seated,

mtatloo'JOAN la beginning to get what to muscular and rbeumatto pains. For sale I'alwt Brewing Co.
3Cing the National to the Pennsylvania chauffeur Agent for the
Hotel, and In close proximity by all druggists and medicine dealers.
D. C. coming to him.
E. BUCKET Proprietor, 218 Sixth Street, WASHINGTON,

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To Hotel Proprietors, BREVARD CIRCUIT- COURT. SCHOOL, BOARD MEETING.The : Robbins & Graham Go.r '

To Commission,, !! Merchants, "XMAS-PRESENTS
r. ; The above court, of whlela the Apvo,. Board met Monday morning, "T>ec. .

I N' To Storekeepers, and other... CATS has given previous reports, eon 1, 1002. Prevent: J. M. Dixon, chairman (Ineorpurete4.\ ), 'l I 1 11.r
eluded the trials on Tuesday night: Ai e ; R. N. .Andrews, C. P. Platte ancR. d PAID UP CAPITAL $. ,OOO.OO.
w If you want to get good results usual, Judge M. 8. Jones presided; aDd E. Mime, secretary. .r,
$ advertise In the States Attorney J. D. Begga was thE The minutes of the last meeting wer o ThU company owns

State's prosecutor.The read and approved.The L ::c 'S. '
followed cases ,were disposed of: treasurer's report for the month ih.. '"
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, State of Florida, vs. Harmon Mercler, of November, 1902, was received, rend, in the Indian Rivet Country; On the St, The best place to get a nloe Chrlstnjaa) Present Is
white, pleaded guilty to breaking and found correct and redeemed warrant!i
r :,J ', TITUSVILLE:, Indian River, PLoiu )A. entering Mr. John Walker's house in TI duly cancelled Luole River; at New River and on BajBlsoayne. at G. L. Maadavllle's Jewelry Store, where you can

..": Y'' 'rho ADVOCATE circulates extensive tusvillo, and-taklng away a number oi The usual bills were then read' ancpassed Prices to suit the times. find a large assortment to select from, JncJudJng) 'lineGents'
article. Sentenced to five in the, for \ .
lemon pine year payment.
(( ly throughout the orange, ,
and flslx sections. Florida-going penitentiary. Whereas the Honorable Grand Jury ol Send for Land List. and Ladies' Watches. and,Chains, Kings, Cuff
'v apple between Jacksonville i I State: of Florida vs., Howard / ,IIrevardoounty, Florida, In its last General Titusville and Miami, Fla. '"
to I SU/li'l Offices .
and every Key West, as well as Into every State colored charged with 'having t Presentment, loofclng-to the betterment Buttons and Broaches;} t fine line of Sterling \pilfer$

'+e In the Union; It la knowrt as the "Pink; knowledge with a female under 18 year of educational conditioner calls up- Novelties and i and Ebony :
A' of The brought in verdictof for the
ago. Jury a on our State Legislature enactment
+ t .,,t Paper of Florida. guilty.\ He was sentenced to ten of law attendance East Coast Meat Market t
years a requiring compulsory -
f The Ea; t. l''' tbefineat hotels in the United State. In the penitentiary. Suggs wan found of our youths in, thou public :

N and nearly every hotel U overflowing guilty of having carnal knowledge of his schools as necessary for the accomplish. \ ,G. F. DUREN, Agent. Sterling Silver., Every thing At reasonable prices.
jj, Ethel 1J.. Webb oIfull results .
', : with tourist dIning the winter. NOW stepdaughter, Bryan. ment from moneys r
1 TO ADVERTISE. defended. the, cause of education, as follows, f:3: :: Special attention given to mail orders, Satisfaction
w 18 YOUR TIME c::::>
w os .. Give the ADVoCATfe ad. and,you State of Florida vs. Stephen Morrow, to-wlt: i -. .
41 jour Guaranteed. Correspondence Solicited\ }
will not regret It. Our office Is a kind ofT colored charged with assault with Intentto "We recommend to our State Legislature > rnC ,
r p ". rates etc commit rape. Pleaded guilty and was the passage of a law requiring com. 5=D "
: Bureau\ Information For c::::>
address sentenced to 2 )'elusln the penitentiary, pulsory attendance of pupils In cue public -, 5=D
$ 'State Of Florida. Ed White, colored, Rcnool, We believe it would tend JII:;
)( ; Advertising :Manager, THB ADVOCATE, charged with having carnal knowledge to the general advancement of our school 5_=D' -=a.r

Tltusville, Fla.ft3T" 'of a female under 18 years of age. The system: and prove a blearing '10 the coming C. L. MANDAYILLE Jeweler and Optician.

Christmas and New Year are drawing Jury brought In a verdict of'guilty. He generation, and the well being :of our ,
ti Jacksonville was sentenced to two years In the penl- county in generaL" 7 FLORIDA.
and it will. kl TITUSVILLE
," 1 f I merchants near, to place pay their Ode In the tentlaiy. V. I;>. Gaulden defended. We, the Board of Public Instruction, -. '-=? ,
t State of Florida vs. Charlie Thompson, of Brevard county Florida, heartily commend C'OSA
Al ,. charged with attempted rape on a young thin advanced movement, and unite a

girl The Jury brought In a verdict of with thenrln urging the? necessity of this TITUSVILLE; FLORIDA.' E. = :esTFALERS' :
not guilty. D. L. Oaulden defended. action. It is in our judgment absolutely J.
1 f # He was re-arrested on Another charge. necessary, if we would hope to reap full 1N-

ikt State of Florida vs. Lnzarus Robinson, returns, and accomplish In its entlrlty, GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCT!
JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS, colored, pleaded guilty to assault with fullest benefits) forthe rising generation.Such ,
Mt Intent to commit murder. Ue was sent we contend can only be attainedby ale We handle PRODUCE of all kind We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZE
41 West Bay Street, to the penitentiary for: live years.S a thorough; and systematic course r rr We deal exclusively In the above,line e-f goods and solicit the trade of all cone

FLORIDA. ate of Florida vs. F. F. Edwards, one reaching every boy and gill subject era.' Write us for prices on Grain and; all Groceries' delivered at year station.
y tit' JACKSONVILLE, white, charged with resisting an officer to school duty. We shall thus uplift all E. L. BRADY & BRO. ., TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Largest stock ID' this section of countq. and attempting to use a knife on him together, by placing in their keeping the

d u Established+ In 18i8.( pleaded guilty to resisting the officer butDut rich legacy: of knowledge, with which 7eMM S r "
attempting to use a knife. Sentence: each: 'one can go forth and engage to advantage y e
1 Send for descriptive catalogue, vailous of lire.'Our S. W. CARROLL
... was suspended. F. J. Webb defended. In the avocatlous\ .
-- State of Florida Soloman Bowen, present best efforts to educate are ,

colored, pleaded guilty: to, assault with thwarted from Inability to reach the cla88 Dealer!> lr -
fli i .THE ANHEUSER BUSCH.., intent to commit murder, and was sent of children most needing ft, these, U allowed ,

to the penitentiary for the years. to grow up In Ignorance, prove a 4 GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED,' FRUIT AND .VEGETABLESCrockery

I 'I' I :I: .d Brewing Asso's State of Florida vs. J. F.; McNeil colored ,- ionstant menace to the Slate's, advance Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE '. Your Patronage- Solicited.
pleaded guilty to assault with Intent ment. It Is far cheaper to educate the
'. At to commit murder, and was sent to child\ and fit It for usefulness, than to FLORIDA

'!fJ'II! iTaiaous 8t.Louis Keg and Bot the penitentiary for one year. suffer It to grow up in Ignorance: which _.. ,'-

p tied Beer.t' State of Florida vs. John Bradley colored produces vice, crime and pauperism' "
+ charged with assault with intent! through the various stages of which, the INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
If House Goes in Smokeand .
,1 Sold \>r Maim.F.A. Losley and to commit murder, pleaded guilty and creature U. a mill stone around the neck Your up

ft ,iI R. L. Motlow,Titulvllle,ria. was sent to the penitentiary for 2 years. of progress and an expense to the State. loose TITU&\TmLJ.II: FLA.
"f .; ,' '.,r' By Mr..R, t. Motlow,Coooa,Fla.JOSEPIt'ZAPF. State:! of Florida vs. dose Cook, colored Our Republic; needs Intelligent citizenship Is you your own everythingIt fault. Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attentloi
;charged with assault with Intent to the county needs men capable
Yachts for Fair Is
paid sacking for or family use. dealing motto
( commit murder, pleaded guilty and was casting; Intelligent ballots, voters capableof ::J1W.1.rO': Xn.suran.oo.lumclent : : .

: iJ 1jf. sentenced to One year In the penitentiary. moulding wise measures and advanced ;. to cover the value of the property T. T. WETMORE Proprietor.TJT"CTS"V'ILLJiJ .
::, I F Stare of Florida vs. M. S: .', Cook. Floyd I action. Our free Institutions above; all and houueirold effects should be car -
I, Sole Agent. Walden''and J. O. Murray, were charged : others must feed On Intelligence or else i meal Rates are nut high. The companieswe ST =
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with the murder of Stephen Smith, at 'we cannot hope to advance, or lay claim I represent are solvent, reliable and lib .IIVJalXL, .: ,- -

vi KbJ 010 to 020 West Bay Street, Jensen, In August. The Jury broughtIn to being; a land of) the tree, and the home eral. Claims are promptly adjusted.
a verdict of gullltyof murder In the Of a brave people. Don't neglect to take out a policy. '!ll
f.. + : JACKSONVILLE, FLA. first degree against Cook: and verdict We know of nothing that can possiblybe FEED Atfl BALE SADDLE BOoRSES,
& ,
1 : J of not guilty as to Walden and Murray. of more advantage; to our material "
t); I MO-rLOW": Cook was sentenced to be ,hanged, and and moral advancement a State, thanto TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA ...STABLES..*, IlUOdIESy
::a.. L. : : the others were discharged. C. W. May properly equip our children with practical Correspondence Invited.
nard was arrested with the above prisoners information We believe that BAGGAGE t SU'BRETS,

but the Grand Jury failed to find a money spent in this way, will surely in
true bill against him. All the 'above the end bear a harvest rich' andipe.< A Fine Place For Sale. TRANSFER. and TU2 OUTS vI

prisoners are, colored The. following We appeal to our people, of county and I w r
fiT competed the Jury In this case N. M.\< State: to support this measure and trust 200 feet on Indian River, and running HAULING, ETC. ..al. \. kinds.

Fish, A. P. Edge,U.. Roberts, S.: A Davis. that we shall in out: coming legislature back 80 ft.'to county road; a lot adJoin. : .

tJ Lewis Harris, W. C. Braddook, jr., IJ: A. take'step* to place l.Iuleel'1I along with ing 138ft., river front, running back J. M. OSBAN &: BRO.
1'' r. 011 teen, E. V. Hall, WillUiu. Huaton, J. other progressive; communities who have 140fl; ; oa I' bluff aott above the river, 1'ITUSVILT.EBack of Grand View botel.I'J.ORID.A(
tj ? j U. Wynn, U, W. Godfred and W. II.Lennard already aval.sd themselves of its .II.d van- wbicjt la. salt water. and three miles
wide at this
C. C. Chllllogworth defended talle8.I 'It place.
Cook, and Geo. M. Robbins defended The.Board adjourned tn meet Monday House of six rooms has been kept
: : Walften, Murray and Maynard. morulng,January Oih, 100!). painted and, In good repair; 20ft.:: from THE: NEW YORK GROCERY COMPANY.
river bank, commanding a beautiful view
.. I IIt1 Ktate of Florida vs.. Belle Skinner: and J. M. UIXOJT Chairman
I ,' Albert Wllliw, charged with the murder Attest RE: MIMe, saoietary. of Indian River; stairs lead down to
the riser, and a dock built out, into the
: 0' ,,Ada Wells In Titusvllle, on July 2lHh. water to accommodate small boats. A WHOLESALE FRUIT, PRODUCE: & POULTRY MERCHANTS:
i ; hen created deal of Interest
Thin ease '
TO BEAT D.EAo' BEATS.. never-failing.weilwith pump near klteb- t
It1 .fl a. Mrs. Skinner and Wlllls are white and -.....- en door.: and a never-failing spilng oi We buy for cash, or receive on commission, all kinds of Fruits and Produce,

I.. the I.. Smith:murdered who woman was arrested was oolored on the same Lulu A Co-operativ Plan which would toe Ban- clear* cool; pure water a short distance and guarantee the highest market prices for all goods consigned. We give our
1 I from house. Home lot and poultry yards close attention to and will
J TSW charge made a confession(f.s to Willisand foist toourMerchmts. personal consignments, any business entrusted tons
Mrs, Skinner. lIe swore on the stand fenced with poultry netting. One house lavethe benefit of our experience and knowledge of. the market. Returns> areroadeon
,! Fine Liquors. Wines Beers INDIAN RJVEH FLA. Deo. 101003.\ for and hares 12x22
,. !: ? poultry Belgian: : : feet,
i that told him the of the inquest .
Willis on day '
a and smaller houoe. the day of sale. We solicit\ shipments of Tomatoes, Cabbage, Potatoes,
a fancy poultry
Ales Stout, Etc.
that he'and Mis. Skinner killed Editor 8t Coast Advocate
.1-\, ,tJ.; 11, Ala Wells Tho State h'ad twenty-four Ep 74 orange trees just coming Into bearIng Onions, Celery, Oranges, ,Limes, Lemons; Pineapples Peaches ,Plums, Grape,
,t I .Send me your orders! witnesses who evidence against the According to a statement made by a 2 grapefruit trees, ;2>> peach trees, 3 etc., etc. ,
....' I" TITUSVIJ.LE and COCOA FLORIDA. gave traveling salesmen ,from out wont,a large scuppernong: grape vines-all beat Ing-
I prisoners.! The Jury brought In n very We solicit correspondence and will keep you In touch with the market.
number of merchants In his territory several and bushes
kumquats guava; ,
4' dlot of of murder In the first degree
''r; ;\r'i with'guilty; recommendation have formulated plane by which to run shade trees and tropical trees and shrubs The New York GroceryCo.t '
a mercy, out and eliminate the dead beats who Infest near the! house.A .
t : \1: ..1': Hodgson Bros. against of Belle manslaughter Skinner, and against a verdict Albert of their towns; also plane to compel good county road along near riverbank 00-111 BRIDGE St., f .JACK&ONVILIJB:, :yL6flDA.

.,tY rl..' I guilty Willis. Mrs. Skinner was sentenced to parties to pay their bills, before they can from Tltusvllle. the county seat,
:} ,. jt, :EAU: OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. for life and Willis was obtain credit elsewhere.The eleven miles north, to Rockledge, a beautiful '
It I l' t penitentiary promoters and members of this winter resort, nine mile.south, with
I 1f..: 'J Marine R nway. sentenced to twenty years In the penitentlafy organization find it to be a complete success Coo on, a nice little buslnens town, and
the full time the law will allow as For Summer
their of co-operation, Point between. Railroad station $ Crops.
General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. against AVillls. The Judge in WI11U' aa, by system City .
they force parties who have been in the mile west. Postoffloe and school near.
i"rtrN! i ...Special Facilities.., ease had the power to sentence him to a habit 01 not paying their bills, to either Fire aorei. of ,very tine fruit land near
from The
term of to
one twenty years. cash for their merchandise or, pay station (from which a little was given for
!Iop 4 1 For Hauling.Out, Storing and Repairing following; opmposed the Jury In this case: old pay accounts bt-fore they are allowed section houses) containing a beautiful Millets, Sorghums,, Soja Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Chubs, Teoslnte.,. Giant
J. M. Minor Mel. '
W. M. Moore Cocoa; merchant In the orchid of 100 Beggarweed, clean. _
i : : Yachts and Launches. credit from any young peach tr es, mostly
I. bourne; T. A. Campbell Tropic': C. E. initial is said to In bore fine this
town. The movement bearing a crop year;
't ft; 'f Mention.the ADVOOATB when writing Cook, Rockledge; J.J. Whltelockledge; have boeun several years ago, and Is fruit good size and exceedingly: rich O3C>Uiy :IK>>JtlASsWhlppn : =!
Lan Oallle C. W. Bolton '
J. 8. Bryan, ; called The Retail Merchants' Protective flavor A house near station always Wonderful
'. f" ,,, Malabar W. II. ,Lennurd, Fort Pierce; IIt.tlel Clays, Ladyfingers
.. ..lIRuagerVaute.l.. E. L. Provost; Lotus; FaulKroegel; Ml00 -- Association, and la said to be a saving to rents for (1 or 1.50 per month Clean Bright Stock; Lowest Prices. Conch Teas, S3o: per qt* Postpaid; $1.23
'' each merchant: annually of several thousands Experts pronounce this soil particularly peck; $423: bushel.
Uruner J. Michael
J. W. Georglana: U.
;, Fort Pierce; ,J. J. White was foreman of dollars. adapted to'grape: culture. Price", by ad- Poultry Supplies, Stock.Food,. Innectlcldes, Garden :oo.s, Fertilizers.
I think '
"BOX 10
r We desire to employ a trustworthy of the Jury. A. D. Penney and U. the From scheme a business au excellent standpoint one ,til: nee the dressing. Hardeevtlle, Fla. i i L. CAMERON. The Seed Store, 1 ,
.. lady or gentleman: to manage our bust-, A, Front defended Mrs. ,Skinner, and F. .
business 1 14 East
law does not protect the man, Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE,. FLA.
In this and terri
lies county adjoining J. Webb defended Albert Willis. .' behooves
the' retail merchants
tory. Our House is well and favorably This was one of the most protracted or merchant;, it this evil in- A Fine Home For Sale.A r-
( t i;',:.t known. 20.00 straight cash salary aDd.u' courts held here In many years, and 12ii to orlanlzealnst themselves. I

all expenses paid each week by Check men were summoned to Tltusvllle from order Tbelr to method protect is simple. ''They model southern home in South end Taber's Trees
w' direct from Headquarters. Expense all parts of Brevard county to be sworn very of Brevard county, on the Indian River,
have two 'officer a chairman or
+14 !. i money sdvanoedprevirueexperlenoeun-; |In as jurors. only and .and treasurer. In the center of the pineapple belt. Nice
6 "J necessary;position permanent. Addreat, The whole of the prisoners left here on president a secretary 9-room dwelling and out-buildings. Ten
THOMAS J. COOPER: 1040 t Cax- They have a regular place ,of meeting.and' 40 Hare an enviable reputation for being well grown, thilfty and true to name-
,.w' .. : Manager Wednesday for the turpentine camp on file with acres In fruiting: pineapples; orange,
each merchant places on Important considerations to the satisfied
4t ton Building, Chicago, 111. the Grant, 8 miles south of Tltusvllle., the of all lemon, lime and grapefruit treesmpstall very planter.Among our thousands of
the sucretary"a list of ,'pamea have fruit on them. Beautiful yards ustomers Is the United States Government, for whom we are growing -special
'parties Indebted to them. A copy: la 'and flower garden. Will be sold at a hybrids, on contract both in nursery: and orchard. Our twenty years extensive\
-A TRUSTWORTHY GKN'TLE- furnished each member, which they placeon Orchard and Nursery ) Is at service Fruit Shade Roses
experience trees trees
STAR. For full address
n! particular.
: bargain.
I' tad, io each count to msnagebu.ines. of business. I : ,
file In their respective places aDd Pr
"'1' .fur an old Mtabliined house of "0." Ornamentals. Freight pald, Catalogue free.

,d. 4 olid weekly fto'Ulolalatandlnjf.cub alary of 918.00 A paid atraljclit by check, bona each tide At a meeting*t -of Friendship Chapter credit. When the list application is looked over Is and made if the for i Care ADVOCATE, TIt ..me, Fla. GLEN SAINT MARY NURSERIES:: O. L. TABER, PROPRIETOR,

ti WediiMday with all expenses direct tram headquarter the merchant finds that the applicant Is Indebted Glen Saint '. Florid
!rr)J: *. Money ailTanovd for e..pell". Manager No. 11 Eastern Star, at Chapterroom Mary, *
'4 ,!WO Cut<,o Imllduiif. Chicago. 2jrne Tltusville, on Tuesday evening, to Mr. A.. or B., he Is refused, and Notice to Creditors. -
Mrs. Oeo. M. Robbins in the chair, several told that until ha pays Mr. A. or B., the .
matters of Interest were discussed merchant can not extend him a .dime's
Land For Sale. by the members and at their conclusion worth of credit. And if the penalty: la To Met and all persona having claims or demand The Pioneer Co perage.
an election for officers took place, with sufficiently large for doing: so, few merchants attain* fba Enata of Thomas K.
I tit 17JI acres first-class pineapple land the following: result: are apt to give credit. I RlcbarcU You are, dec hereby.ed.notified to present your claim LAGRANGE, FLORIDA.I .
I .tr desirable front, on St. Luole river at a Mr*. B. R. Wilson, W. M. In this way hundreds of people who So UM undermined within two years from the
;! bargain!' For reasonable terms write J. L.'Carruthen. W. P. who are bad pay, are forced to be honest, expiration of this advertisement, otherwise the manufacture all kinds and sizes of TANKS cheaply and expedltlously.

\1 If'" ,, '" W. dYTibbal. ,r .Miss Kate; Stewart, Assist W.. M. or pay cash for their Roods, and the merchant same will be pleaded REBECCA In aral< .' When in need of a tank, write me for.estimate, as I can fill)'o11rl order to perfection.

t 'I I+ ., Fla. Mrs.. M. A. Sortmgaour Secretary.: Is free and happy from the fact JCxeoutrtx: the lout. V11I of TOM: JOHNSON1 LaGrange, Fla:
J. M. Dixon Treasurer. that the dead beat no longer preys upon Thomas E.Richard, I I t Mrs. J.) Klite, Conductress. him, getting his substance without: payIng tl.Il.fUk,Dee 1, luuil. 8w

: : Draylnjr. r'I' 31 IBS Zandie: Stewart, Assist.Coed,' for It.
1' Jf' Why not organize on the East Coast? TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.

Draylngorhanllngof ill Inda prompt It Is greatly needed. Launches For Sale !
ly attended to. Meeui all t.ralna. Stove Tours truly W. LKUVAS.. The following are the times of arrival .

wood supplied. and departure of passenger trains to and
,r ALFRED: JADI.KT, Titusville.j The Tltusvllle Presbyterian Sunday 1,000 WORTII OF GOOD.-.4.. It. T.Thurnee from Titusvllle:
school will\ ,. a well known coal operator of .
i meet at Sao: every unday SOOTBBOOHD.Leare
j have been afflict :34 foot Lausch, 5 foot beam, standing roof. 14 horse Buffalo Motor
O. write 1
Clothing Cleaned Dyed, afternoon. Buffalo, : *TltasTllla for Miami and I power
i ed with kidney and bladder trouble for Intermediate points at I az* P'm. speed 12 miles.,
f r1; Rev.. Henry: Koigwln, synodloal missionary
with .
I passing gra.elor stones excruciating XOBTHBOCITD.Lear
will la the Tltusvllle 30 foot Launch, 6 foot beam, standing roof 7 horse Buffalo Motor.
I/ Pressed and Repaired. Ladles1 dresses preach : pain. I got no relief from *Ttturrilla for Jacksonville I ?. power
t \ K specialty.. Address, Presbyterian church next Sunday evenIng medicines until I began taking Foiey's and InMrmwIlat point a.( !w'."> 28 foot Launch 6 ft.. 2 In. beam,glass cabin, 6 hone power Mlanua Motor.
Dec 14th, at 7:30: o'clock. w Tltnavtlto tor Sanford 1 ifflJ..... .
\ .kvl\ SAMPKRKINS,. Kidney Cure, then the result was surprising. ., '
1 > Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street, Archdeacon B. F. Brown will bold divine ;. A few dose started the brick Arrives TitiuviU from Sanford tJ5 p.m All In Good Running Order. ; ,

II w P, O. Box 233.: Sanford, Fla. sort lea.On Sunday next in St. Ga dust like fine stone and now I have no '

'I briel's church, ;} at 11 a. m. and pain across my kidneys and I feel like anew JL2T" We cannot guarantee to publish
''I .. "1 V3T Reading notice ads on this page 7:30: p. m. Tithe at the 11 ,man. It hadone me a 1,000 worthof Items that do not reach this office before GEO. R. WALLACE lest Palm Beach h Fla.

,. are the cents per line per. week.' o'clock service. good." Sold by B It. Wilson A Son. noon on Thursdays. ,


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