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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: May 8, 1903
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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3U. NO. 11. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MAY H. 1U03. PRICE, 6o.

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NEWS United States Marshal McCormick,, Titusvllle High School closes to-day -Mr. J. B. Coarsey, of Savannah arrived THE CATTLE CASE. AMONG THE HOTELS.The yy
,OCAL of Jacksonville, was in town on Tuesday for the, season in town yesterday I

| Topics of General Interest. Pineapple offer to men with small Attorney ,J. II. Jones, of Orlando Tltiisviile bait a most refreshing rail A week ago last Wednesday the Clrout ADVOCATK \is on file every week '

capital. Look sha> ply for W. W. Luce's was among the pleasant callers at this yesterday afternoon and last evening. Court, at Tltnsvllle, took up the case of at the American Club Havana. .

ADVOCATE ad. on pageS.; office on Wednesday. ....Do not forget the School) E'ntertaln. State of Florida, vs. Jan. F. O'Beiry win The ADVOCATK I Is now on file at all

1 50 per THE annum, in advance... -Mrs. T. N. Decker, who has been -Mr. R. I.. Motlow, wife and two ment, this evening, at the Opeia house. cattle was charged In Osoeola with County larceny of Thin live trial head hai of the best hotel In New York city

l,00 six months, visiting relatives at Petersburg, Va., has children left here Sunday" for Winchester DR. MILLER, TilE DENTIST, WILI excited considerable Interest, there being( Where to stop In Tltusvllle See TI-

2.00 per an. to foreign countries.on returned to Titusvllle. Tenn., on a visit to relatives be at Jensen May 11th for a few days six attorneys engaged, three for the pros tusvllle hotel ad on our 7th page .

you subscribe for the ADVOby -Take note of the change In scheduleof -All the Circuit Court witnesses and ecutton and three for the dttfunoe, "n.1 Where to stop along the East Coast.

the year, It does not cost you the Orange; City blanch of the F. E. C. lawyers have left town, and now Titus -Miss Kate Stewart ladles one Is In of Tltusvllle'ipopular Miami this. somewhere In the neighborhood of slxtj; See list of hotel on page 4 an.I'1, j

cents per week, postage Included. R'y, as shown on our Stli page. yule wears Its normal appearance.Mr. young witnesses'!
of expiration printed upon week, the guest of Mrs. J, his Pope. This trial took seven days, the ; Tho Boston branch office) of the EAST
date up jurj
'e week. This SEE E. A. WADDELL, MIAMI, MANager E. L. Brady, who has been at COAST AnvouArn la nt 401 Atlantic
or wrapper every -Mr. and Mrs. J. M.( Osban !have moved bringing In a verdict of guilty as chaigetIn
paper of Cutler estate if want to !Miami\ for time looking after
some
No needto you past avenue. ,
ecelpt for your money. Into the house on Palm street recently the indictment The Jutl sentenced
send receipt for ,subscription. buy choice bits of real estate his store Interests, returned home on vacated by Judge A. D. Penney aa: O'Berry to two years In the penitentiary Visitors to Jacksonville are advised to "'" +

eta gives It to you.I -Mr.\ Casper Mlms\ who has been attending Wednesday night. this sentence being the lightest theJI.llle stop at those hotel whose ails, ; are on ,+,
,
I K EAST COAST ADVOOATB Is ont Stetson University, has returned -Capt. A. W. Bole, traveling freight family.Our down-river readers are reminder could Impose, the law III this ca.e being our 7th page .," t. a .

the following news-stands at five home to the delight of his many friends. agent,: for the Nashville, Chattanooga that the ADVOOATK still does 11kind"\ as follows: -Mr. Fred C. King, the popular room '

per copy : Judge A. D. Penney and family have A St Louts Railway, spent Sunday:! with of Job Printing, and all we ask 18 a sham "Whoever commit. larceny by vtoaltnp{ clerk of the HORI Polnclana at Palm "
his In TitusvllleMrs. anv home, mob, mire, (filly, colt, cow,
R. Wilson & Son. family for t 1 '
\\lsvllle-B. moved into one of the Decker cottages/: of >our patronage, Bench, Is now In New York, booking 1
hull, ox, steer heifer or calf, the -
'kM\vill-DuYII,1 stand hotel.Union depot on the south bide of the Indian River Geo. W. Scobie and daughter, -Capt. J. M. I.Hllin went snipe shooting of another,,shall be punished. property by Imprisonment the United State hotel, Saratoga, for l
News hotel 1liNIilerl": left Titusville Monday the coming .season. ,
on
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on Tuesday and bugged! quite few. In the State prison not lexithan .
-Mr G. B. Bonker and two children, for a week's visit with the family of Mr. which ho kindly, divided among the, two yeses nor more than five! yel"'II" The many friend of Mr.\ Jack Iluestls i'

Reading notice ads are ten cents of Jensen, were in 'lltusvlllo dining C.'S. Schuyler, at Jensen.A guests of the Indian River hotel.County The attorneys for the ilefnnsn intuit of iho M. George hotel, St. Augustine; I .1 t,

'ne on this page. Court, guests at the. Mime house. They. letter to the ADVOCATR, from Commissioners J. F Bell\ J,. motion fora new trill" which wa de and Huestls house, Saratoga Springs, N. t I ,i
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JMr, T. J. O'Brien, of Fort Pierce returned to their home Wednesday New Orleans, tells us that the bride and C. Jones, R. A. Conkllng: and J. R. :'Iotwere \ nied bv the Judge Notice was then Y., will regret to learn that he him been \ ,-. .

Bin town a day or so this week. -Mr. J. A McDonald, who has spent !groom, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Blown, had In town this week, attending to i given that the cnse would be appealed to quite \1for\ several weeks, and hall had +

A HOME A the past several weeks tn Nassau and arrived safely at the St. Charles hotel. their usual! monthly duties on the Board,, the Supreme Court of the State. to undergo an operation( forabcea4 of the .
BUY
WANT TO
fOU The cattlo *ore valuod at about MO),, liver. At present he I I. too ill\ to go /
Jove Pineapple Plantation I or Veiteta- Miami, returned to Palm Beach Tuesday -Mr. J. W. Lumpkln Jacksonville\ \ who has been
the Hotel -Mr. Henry.M Klaglor, and the cost In the cane will\ mini up to north s '4
morning. Now that the work .
10 Farm see E.A. Waddell Miami. o an express messenger on the Atlantic south Inspection of the railroad\ (
has started the East on an ,, "vuri,0( 0. Mr, anti Mrs Wm. Catto who have :
I aptain and Mrs. R. T. McFadden, Side Company Mr.I McDonald wllltpend up on the great Coast Line, spent Sunday In Titusville.and has returned noithwaids. While at Tlie, following were the jury: J.. A, been spending the winter In Jacksonville r
the guest of bis uncle and aunt Dr. Miami be attendud the meeting of the foreman J E. M. R. It,. I
f a successful season at Daytona: er portion of his time at this point. Brady, ; HndgMin; have gone to Nahant, near Boston l
Carroll.Mr. r
Mrs. W.
gone to Tybee, Ga., for the sumIMr. Lake Worth News. S. State Hoiticultiiral Society. I Pyles, Ernest Taylor, S. A. Davis and W, to get In readiness tbelr up-to-date and ,

R. E. Mlms, supt. of public Instruction -The Titusville High School recently H. Leonnid. Hotel Tutlor[ for I I '
R. E. Mime, Jr. who was burned Messrs. J. E. M. Hodgson and Ernest and Dr. J. M Dixon, memberof sent; an order for 25! volumes of "Ileroei 'I J, D. Uejljl;". D L. Gnulden and W. J, thecomngseason. Mr Catto 1* a hotel 1 r't N
has Taylor, two prominent business men Brevard School Board lofl here Monday Sense were the'attorneys the proiiuott. of conakterableexeoutlve ability
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week's fire again started r of i History, value *:)1): which will be manager
fin last I
lisincBs, and Is ready to attend to all of Eau Gallic, who have been on the cattle for Tallahassee, to attend a meeting another much-aprecUtud addition to the thin, while I). U. Meioher, W, J. Bryan and his wife I Is a flrst-olassi help'I 11 i )4 R
tin.Mr. case jury, were among; the pleasant ot the State Superintendents. Hchool library. and J. N, Taylor defended the prisoner mate. 'j ) t
l1s"nt
callers at this office on Tuesday. Mr. t
and Mrs. L. C. Vrannlng and Taylor-following In the footsteps of -Mrs. E. E. Mncy, who has been visiting Quite a large number of people were Mr. Allan T. Troadway, who' spent
several weeks at J took ledge FIR with b
Mltues Aline and Daisy Brady at- many other down-river people the past her husband, Prof. Macy, of the on Sunday and Monday's southbound CHURCH NOTICES r
od the May Day ball at Cocoa last two weeks-planked down his fl.liO.) asa Titusville guided; school, for the past trains, en route to Miami to attend thesixteenth the brother-in-law, Mr. Horace R. Share! ., .
evening. new subscriber to the ADVOCATE.Attoiney week, at the Mime house returned to annual meeting of the Florida Archdeacon B. F. Brown'wlll hold DI. I III now at Stockbrldge Mass., getting his j I
ay Tillmaii, Thuisd.ty. Prof. Macy follows Hortloultuial Society:! which convened and famous Red Lion Inn In readiness for P I
services
vlna next morning .
Sunday
,
;tf AND VEGETABLE LANDSr W. L. Palmer, of the law tomorrow. on Tuesday the coming rush of tourists. Dame Rumor 1 'f' ,
evening In !St. Gabriel' church Titus-
sale. Improved and unimproved firm of Reggs <& Palmer, Orlando, came says that Mr. Troadway. ha* about '
ids. Prices to suit all parties. Call over to Tltuavllle, Monday and left the -Mr. A. P. Vans Agnew, a well known Word from Capt. J. O. Walton come. villa. live acres of land at Field Hilt, upon \a
write. E. A. Waddell, Miami, Fla. same afternoon for Miami, to represent attorney and newspaper man, of Klsslm- to hand to the effect that the Walton )Rev. N. I. M. Bogert will\ preach In the which he will build a *100,000( hotel r I I r
State Prosecuting Attorney J. D. Beggsat flee, who spent about a week or so In Self Locking Block Co. Is doing an excellent Titusvllle Presbyterian church every )
'
Mr. Lawson Magruder, son of Major the Circuit Court, which convened at town, watching; the cattle case, was a business, and that the patent Sunday evening at 7U: () o'clock. Also at Mr. John Anderson<< of the firm of Anderson l
!, MI' ruder, Rockledge, filled the Dade's county town this week Mr. pleasant caller at this office on Tuesday. block are being shipped to all parts of Rooklodgeevery Sunday morning A: Price, manager of Hotel Or-
nan of Court stenogiapher during; his wife and 1 He left for home on W dne day.Messrs. the New England states, the buyers mond, Fla; and the Mount Washington I I ;I
Palmer was accompanied by J. G Black will' hold .
sitting of the Court last anti this being mhu" lastla overlhem.Mr. I Rev. regular services and Mount Pleasant house In the White
k. li-tle son. This Is !Mis, Palmer's first Stumpe & Hitchcock, who very next Holiday: In t the. H"I.IIMt! church, Mountain, hRs !gone north to get these [t j
trip down the Kant Const since her mairlage '- were loxvrs. to the amount of about $1N( ) \ A. V O'Neal', who has been In TlMisvllla, at I 11 I a. m. and 7:10::!< p. m. All famous hotel In readiness for the summer .
:NTS WANTED. Either sex. Big -about twelve years' ago In the lire of last weAk which destroyed TitiiKxIllo\ for the post eight moptliMflint .sic cordially Invited to attend Sunday aon. Mr. Anderson wa accompanied f

mot new specialties, offering large TO CLOTHING AND DRY ,, the old J., T. A K. W. railroad depot, as yard tnaimirrr for the East Coast School at 10 H. m. by. hi* father, General A, S. An-
and
turns. Quick sellers. Catalogue GOODS MEKCIIANTS -For have secured the building at the foot of l umbel and l'u\l'ly\ Cn,, and later a 14 a Ladles' AM Society of the Method demon. who has gone to New York to I
culars tree. Aodress, Lewes Racy Him of P (Hiss A Co. The t
work
Brick the city d'Jck. where they are at number ot tho W. visit his daughter. ,
velty Co., Dlnsmore Fla. Rent a Kino 1 Coiner -haH severed bin connection hele and' In t church, Tituivilln, will give a Lawn t
Store In Tltu vllle. the county Conductor L. P. Deexz, one of the late home Social, ,on the lawn of the Indian River :\ofr, William MoAullfl, who ha* been
returned (la. his
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. F. Mitchell and town of BievHrd, on Indian most popular men of the f. E. C. Ry.Co. to Augusta, i hotel next Tuesday evening. Refreshments In Florida for the past season, chief clerk tat i t II

ly, of Indianola passed through River. !Suitable: for clothing, ., biought 113 passengers; from Sanford -Mr. H. B. Mace, of WllllamMbrldge, will be. served from loll) o'clock. the Royal gale, Miami, has returnednorth '
Friday last, on their way to Jickille. gents: fuinlshings, dry goods, Intermediate points to Tltu\ vllle, on N. Y., expects t Mr. Mitchell l Is Mr. E. P Por- eta Rare chance for a good, Monday.\ Most of them went to Miami the 17th Inst. Mr. 'i right hand man in the forwarding up-to-date business. man on to attend the State Hoitlcultural So accompany him to New York. Capt. The Right Rev. Bishop Kenney, ofSt. Coat system of hotels. lie wa In Boston ft,
service the
will hold In
neapplesMr. the East Coast. Immediate ciety's meeting.Mrs. Jack Latliii will\ \ alto soon. return to New Augustine last week, b"forele.hIDIt. for Ilethle- 1'
Roman[ Catholic church Tttu vlll on
(
possession. Full particulars York having put hlahouse-boat (ikseifarle N. II. where he will give his undivided 1
Wm. Wlcking and family are Titusvllle Chas S. Jefferson, the charming nest !:IlIndllY'mo..nllllC next, when Mrs. M H. hem ,
spying what formerly known an ofUeo.M. Robuins, out of commission until win attention, with hi* associate Mr. .j
was and talented daughter-in-law of Mr. ,f ones and daughter Mis Annie, and the
Charles Cooper house, adjoining the Jr Fla. who ter. Capt. Jack now tills In part of his to the Improvement which J. 4
Joseph Jefferson, the famous actor, Minxes Julia and Flora Fulton will be
.
being .
trio light and Ice plant. This places -Mrs. P. Nelson, who owns a beautiful has been at her beautiful winter home time fishing and English snipe shooting confirmed are ", made In the Sinclair House I t l

Wicking In the immediate vicinity winter home In South Titusvllle, will at Hobe Sound since the first week In -:Miss Alice Sander: a charming and there. J;

Is business, he having assumed the I. leave here for Jacksonville on Tuesday November, expects to' leave, tomorrow popular young lady from Indlanolii.: who APPROACHING WEDDING.The Work will commence next month upon I'a 4
iRement of these plants on May 1st. June 3rd, accompanied by her two babies (atnrdat; ) for Oimond, to spend a few lecently returned home from a delightful ; extensive Improvement to Mr Harry '

aytona Journal.Mr. and Miss Larnen. These two ladies secured week with her mother and sister online on the steamer Canaveral. as L. Boumnn hotel, the San Juan, at Orlando ,
his first.class round-trip tickets over Fort Lauderdale followed by a editor of the ADVOOATH I III In receipt "*,,
and Mr E. P. Porcher and of 'far as 1"11Mr.. Beeman Is going to add j .
retting family were among Friday's the Clyde steamer. Arapahoe, through -Capt. Jas. Piltchard, president visit to her brother, Mr. Jan Sanders, of the following\ Invitation: two more stories to the entire building ,
Chn. H. Walton and the Indian, klver State: Bank, accompanied for Dade "Mr, and )lrs. Glenvllle U. Frlssell requests '
Mr. ,
hbound passengers, on their way to tbe agent, prosecuting attorney county, and make an addition\ to the south side
ksunville for a few months. Mr. they will\ sail from Jacksonville for New by Mrs. Piltchard, left here, with Sunday Mr, who resides at Miami, arrived InTltunvllle the honor of your presence at the of the hotel. When tourists arrive In w. .

cher U general; manager of the Indian York on Wednesday, the 3rd of June. for Miami, to spend a few days ., yesterday. on a visit to Mrs D. B. marrlageofIheir dttughrerEdit hM Tuesday Orlando next winter they will find the
Orange; Growers' Association and They are going to Perth Amboy, N J., and Mm }o'. T. Budge. They were Joined Mrs. Piltcharct. Miss Alice lit always heartily to Mr. Herbert Thompson Whaler, San Juan hotel live stories high and 73 ,
tbelr daughter .
ian River and Lake Worth Pineapple where Mrs. Nelson's husband owns con I at Tltusville by : Jackson, welcomed to Brevard'. county town. afternoon May the twelfth nineteen more room In It,. with Mr. Beeman,
era" siderable and is one of the pop Blake Walker, who resides ;) hundred and three at half after two and P Driver chief :
Association property Mr, Harry ,
manager: ; ,
Prttohard returned and Mrs\ W. II. H. Gteanon and
and Mr. -Mr. ,
ular and Influential citizens of the city. villa Capt. o'clock at their home, 110 Twelfth St., clerk heretofore. .
Mira Fannie Rice, a popular win- We pleased to note they will\ all return -I here, yesterday, accompanied by Mm. rob. Lansing, returned t<> Eau Onllle\ on Miami, Florida." a*
'e and well known aotrews, who spent are Titusville next winter. Walker, who Is receiving a hearty welcome Thursday afternoon, from .seven weeks' Mr. Whaler I. one flf Miami's prominent Mr. Joseph P Greaves, after the best jf;
'"t ten days on her place at llobe to from her in"ny fl lenda. The above stay lu St. Aagh.tlne\ where they have and popular ichants, sad wee of I many good *"aoii* at the Alosa.er, St. 4" I t

nd i in March, paused through; Titus- -Mr. Harwood Huntington/ of Hartford party report a very enjoyable time at haven receiving; medical treatment' under formerly a meicbant of Titusvllle. The Augustine, will resume the managementof r ",
") the latter part of last week, on her Conn., and New York, who ownsan Miami. Uf. 8. (I. Woi-ley.\ Their many friend AtiyoOATK extend congratulation and the Oriental at Manhattan Beach N. +

''urn from the north where she went orange grove it Lyratta, on Indian Bill No. 221 Introduced by un Indian River will he )pleated to know beet wlahes to the happy pair In advance. Y., and most of the si art will\ accompany .t '
,
wp her engagements. She bam been River, has been selected as one of the Senate Is follows: "A they are both much Improved In health hi III. Mr. Ace Loomis, the efficient and
''Jinf the delightful weather at Hobe Government Appraisers at New York Senator E. N. Dlmlck as abolish the which speaks well! for Dr Worluy roil! popular chief clerk will\ greet; his old patron "W ,
oil this week. lie Is the son of the Rev. John T. Huntington bill to be entitled an act to of the his hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Gleanon wilt FISHING ON EAST COAST. at the Oriental. Mr K. K.: I'erry t

; of Hartford; is graduate <>f the present municipal government be at home to their friends the (iranwia ca.hler of the Alcazar who I I. one uf the
Mba Alice Sanders, sister of Miss\ Trinity College, a member of the Hat t- town: of W eat Palm Beach, In Dade county of- hotel! Eau Gallle until Angnit 1st. Mr. A. R. Glad win, the veteran fisherman best In the business, Mr. J. J, Sweeney i f
ordinances
trice, Sanders of the school faculty ; ford bar, holds the degree of doctor of : Florida, to letcal ofticlals ze the thereunder of Sherburne N. Y., who U visit- Steward O'Conner and Mr. Twombley, (

attorney James T. Sanders, cameo philosopy from the School of Mines, Columbia laid town and establish acts the municipality; Notice to Contractor and Jliill Ierx. I- lag his brother In Tltusvllle\ has been the housekeeper all go with Mr. Gieave .
from West Palm Beach on Friday College, and has had many years to create and rolllng: oo Indian River till week and to the Oriental. Mr J. J. Dynan will\ ,i: I'I I
In Dade
"Ing, and spent the day with her reI- experience as Government expert.: Mr. of the city of West palm Beach gets all the fish be want*. On Saturday divide honors with George W. Weeks at '. t
i.* She returned, Monday, to re-join Huntington baa had the support of Senator Bounty, Florida. and to provide Its turlit- he hauled In a fine 1:1:! Ib. trout In a few the Oriental\ cafe. A 1). Mill\ the bead I. I
of officers will\ be received by the
and the bids undersigned
rty of friends at West Palm Beach, O II. Platt, Colonel Jacob Greene, dlctl..n and powers, first time Sealed the Boardof minute.; Tuesday In thirty minute, h* bellman, also remain with the force at P
read the be presented to
> Which to
are un a cruising e.pedltlon.-MI. Washington, Prof. hereof was throe bus weighing respectively left for Manhattan .
Prof. II. W. Wiley of caught the Oriental )fro Greave* j,
of Brovard
the Committee
correspondent in Tropical Sun. Chas. F. Chandler, of New York and by Its title and referred Organization to Public Instruction meeting to be held In county T'tusvllle I lib. 141b. and :20.! ID*. ; Wednesday Beach on Wednesday J',
and County &t a special
and Influence BQ City he out about an hour and
of prominence morning was
Ernie many other men and New Via. on Friday morning, May 20th/ bans ltllbN.14b One of the most beautiful example. of t
Hartford hauled five
Wagons for In In weighing 1
not only the following service: booklet. for the of l)0l!) !'
1M! >3, for << welt summer season
York but in the West. As seventyfiveper Uariliier'a Flyern. *,, 13 Ib...., 12 Ib*. and 11 lb. a. as
1st. Addition and painting Tltnsvllle bas been I.soed by Messr AlnnlleA tt ,
flow have VM band a large tock of cent of the Imports into this country 8 I II... of trout. Mr. Cladwln Is a very just i i'
of tbe
school building. Grabow owners and proprietor. I
ch lire technological training enthiilatlo fisherman and spend bis
mat can and be 3-Inch dellveted tire at one-horse once. wag- involve well chemistry as a legal a education are Inval Screen Cloth, all widths, lijc, .tc. :2d. Interior finish and painting of winters at Miami, hauling In blnelUli, etc.MMonlo .I new Ocean (louse at SwampMcott. )fallll., t
as Cane diners, brace arm, oak, O.'xj; up. Cocoa school building. a copy of which WM recently sent to our ,
R. E. MIMS: JR., liable qualifications for the place. Brass bedroom lamps, 20o.! 3d. Interior finish of Fort Pierce Boston representative\ Capt. J. O. Wat-
.
Tituivllle, Fla. r Men's Rubber Heels, all sizes, :Ago\ school building.4th. Meeting end ".a..a.*. ton. It I I. of convenient form, very'at- 1

Pineapple Grower. Attention II! Maxqiierade I Ball Masks, IS and :20o..! Erection of school building No. tractively em bowed In white on the outer ;

Hair 1'rlces All Summer. Furniture, 'Shoes, Dry Goods. 2'at l Sebastian.!! There will be a regular meeting of Indian coyer) and replete with choice Illustration .
We can supply your order for pineapple OARDSER Titusvllle, Via. 5th. Erection of school building No. River Lodge No. IK), F. A A. M., of the hotel It. exterior and Interior 4

hart' Waist Suits and; Skirts made to crates, wraps and tails for the next C. A. 2 i, at Jensen. this (Friday) evening, when all\ member and Its Immediate surrounding. u

"r. samples of material and thirty days. Oth Erection of school building No. are particularly requested to be present, The Lenox, Bnton'*newest"Back Bay" ,
sheet all meas.rent RUT (;OAIT LCMBEB a/S lllPLFl(0. A Good Investment.Tbe 3 I, at Eden and TIbbal. a* there I special work on hand. hotel, of wblch Messrs. Alnille A Gra
sent to who end to E.
Vanaman 2t \ Work to begin a* soon after award a* After the Lodge has cloned there will bow are also the manager, I I. glveo two !i s
,Ii{'roMjy order, will have, St.:! Augustine Fla. Walton Self-Locking Block Co., practicable, and each contract sever be be a banquet In the dining-room of tbe or three page; In this booklet the lllu- s"T.' r

; guaranteed prompt attention refund-, For Sale. Boston, just capitalized for $100,00000 finished by the 17th day of August; Incase Indian[ River hotel, to which all\ members ration{ of the "Palm Room" being especially ti r

store jction open nntll August or money next.E. has a few more shares for sale at par- ) of failure, a forfeit of ten dollars of tbe Lodge and visiting brethren fine and notable t' .

F. CROSBY VAN AM AX.ade The best combination pineapple,orange |J5:! the share. Patent oo tbls block are per day will be deducted from the contractor are Invited.
property on the lower ecured all over the world, and at pre.seot for each day the completion Are You Going North ? f I
and vegetable/: sold only In the New be delayed beyond that date. The
> Coast.VIII pay handsome Income they are being may Accordion l'laltl.\\ 1 4
County Land For Sale. East For particulars address England states, but will soon branch out Board reoervlng the right to reject any Get your ticket over the Clyde [.Ine. ,

tbl11ear. WILL I.. FaA.'fTZ, Into other state The profit will be or all bid. Any width up tu 4S Inche. Agents from Jacksonville to New York. I )

'? > cue"P.. the northeast quarter Ankona, Brevard Cow Fla. large, so BOW I.I your time to Invest, before Plan, specification and detailed wanted. Clara F. Rich, 231: W. Duval CflA H. WAI/TOW, Agent, : .
Pas ntheast quarter of section 3? town- all tbe share are sold. drawings covering each class of service St, Jacksonville, Fla. ISm Tltuivllle, HI.acken .. .' s t;
? south of range 41 east; close to Sale. From 15 to 20 per cent Interest per re deposited tor the convenience of g f
ti Wood'. pineapple plantation on Land For innum I Is promised by this company.A. bidden" follows: }' "Wanted. '
ueie River I ;40 acre. Grant.frontlog sample block may be seen at tbe Tltusvllle J, M. Dixon Chairman of Jra7In\\ '
lao' the northeast quarter of north- 12,000<> acres of the Hanson Florida, .DVOCAT: office, Tltnsvin, Fla. Board ; Cocoa, H. N. Andrews, Member to ofd
t!n arter Lucie River with C. Dltt- Draylng or hauling of all 1 Ind prompt. Two experiencedpineppl.packers
of St. School Board Fort Pierce A.
section 18 88 of of ; f
h o township Railroad running through It. Foil particulars Iy attended to. M eM all train. Bnsl- .tart about May 15th. State wages and ( i'
: range 41 east; on tooth fork ofKlver East Coast CAPT. J. O. WAX.TOST. mar, /School Supervisor. reference to2t ),
tact, 40 A choice Atlantic AV" R. E. MINK, uses promptly attended to. gtye Apply J
; acre Apply to property.BeCaseA 404, P. WILL Jensen ria.
Cage H. V7ALTOW, Jacksonville>11', Fla. Boston Mas*. Secretary and Superintendent. W. B. EJTOLISH, TUasvUIe. ,

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Ilalnes' bluff, and a brigade and a bat
+ '. .' t .. .tery of artillery hurried away to get lithe U. 8. LAN; OFFICE

D 'T. A rORTICTHANNIVERSARY rear of I'orter and capture hilt H. 8. '(Chubb.. ... ....

PORTE *.5" FLEET. T L boats. The guns of the Ironclads wen W.O. Robinson Omen at,..Gainesville. FI'rldan.;;,;;;
and could not 00
bank
: &\ WAR STORY far below the U. S SENATORS
brought to bear eu the enemy. BuPorter J. P.P.Taltaferro.... .
mortar boats which 8. R Mallol')'..... .. .. Ian'In
bad two 1'ene
and checked It IIfire. r U. B. CONGKESS.MKN: ;
J'2S. IN AN UGLY TRAP bombarded the battery Robert W. Davis,.. ..
Marih: + Sherman's troops were not U B. M.Rparktnan... .::. ... h
sight, and Porter decided to retreat a8 Wm.la.Lamar,........ .. RuoabOey.;,,

..--......._. .' .. ..-. .. .. -+ + + .i. *.. soon as the Cincinnati could be freed / FLORIDA LEO18LATPRKB.
from the willows. The combined pow N.l>Dimiok Palm Beach,
him
A pilot who Had recommended W. H.Jones Tltusvllle pe
rcopyrlftht. IS03 I. by O. L. Kllmer.J self for this service proved on trial to er of the fours Ironclads following the r, EXECUTIVE DEI'ARTIIEJI'T11II l '

N Mnn-ii:I 2i 19 t'r' fleet of I-VUerul ironclads unknown of the snare. H. Clay Crawtorll....:.. .. .. 8eoretarvo j s..
O vital I rent of captureby make his way through an down stream astern,the fleet W V. Koott. ....... ... ...?:.
In Dropping
Blood
region where nothing heavier than a / James H. Whltfield........ Att<.r...;{...
the Confederate under sire river scow bad ever floated before. The was soon surrounded by Confederate W. N.Sheats' ...,.. ...8upt.Pu"lIr luxtryn...
which nil but stagger be- who made It dangerous ii.E. McLIn.Commisslustur
turnstaneed Confederates were alert. and It was sharpshooters AlonxoC.. (Croom..,.. OiniMi AgrhvlAl, I ,
lief. Tq gpealc of cavalry charging for a man to show himself on deck; The Clifford R. Foster...'.," AdJutaot..1IIIJoho
upon a fleet of wamhlp smacks of I only a question of time that 'the' fleet only media of defense was .the small j Hradford... .. .. ... Burvev>rj;::

JlnnclmuaciiiHm until It la ezplnlned would have to flgbt for right of way. howitzers, which could be red from R.E. .Ontce at Tallahassee. Florida, .

that the vessels were blockaded In ice At the end of twenty-four hours the the upper decks. These with mortal SUPREME COURT JUDGES

on a hard frozen bay. Thin occurred hips had made but four rolled. Hearing shells. which sometime tore down a M. H.Mabry........ .... Chl.r
in the waters of Holland before the the noise of chopping ahead Porter whole tree with Its sharpshooter kept \ F.H. Carter....,..... ... AtBllelllte/1
age of steam power. sent a tug forward and two newly the enemy at a distance but the malt H.F.Taylor.......... .. .. .. ,

Now. Porter's Ironclads were not felled trees were found across the hope was for Sherman to come up with : RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS

caught In the Ice or this story of their channel. These were cut away, and his soldiers. Suddenly the banks) II fh JefeltonB.Browne R. Hudson Hurr',....,.chairman.. Little K, II'
escape would not be written. They the boats moved on by the light of lanterns warmed with sharpshooters and the I : J. M. .. Klooln 11 I
were hemmed In by trees felled by the carried along the shm-e.' At one fleet came to a standstill before eight R.C. IMinn'clerk. ... Mouton I
enemy In front and rear acroHS a channel place there were twenty-five trees cut large trees newly felled across the Headquarters and ofilces atTallaliaiwet,yk

so narrow In places that the ships' Into with the lutxutlou of barricadingthe channel in the rear of the boats. Porter CIRCUIT COURT.
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sides were only a foot from the bank. channel. put COO armed sailors''ashore,. who 't J.Minor D. HefcirB 8. Jones Orlando Titiisvllle.. ...Prcwerutlnir Circuit Att Ji.iyt. ..
The ships were Kren 'o tern to prevent the nimble Confederates ahead of Sherman's army. After four shooters. Working below the bunk FP f.i Y. t:;: Term-Fourth Monday in November,

who were after them fromclambering of struggling Porter reached Iloll- out of the enemy's range the' sailors r r t BREVARD CObMY\ ('(,""RT
days :
I t lr' A. D. .... ..... .. ...
aboard and sailors armed the trees and removed) Penney County Ju@I,
into sawed
him
which would take away
fork .
Ing i l>. L.OaulUeu. ,..... ITosecutliift AtuirmA
with pistols and rutlawtes lined the upper Sunflower rlveri:] where the channel I them wltb hawsers and tackles. Meanwhile t r A. Stewart..,. ... .... ''""ntytW"

decks to guard against assailants would bo paster' Suddenly the flagship' I the mortars and howitzers kept : ; Spring Summer! 'f".mS..omullllnUdIlY Term-!Heronil Miindnt, in In Mtv Aunin,

leaping down from overhanging trees. Cincinnati at the bead of the line ran I up a rain offire Into the woods. Fall Term-Second Monday In Novfinw.[.
All tills took pluce in the sluggish waters Into a bed of willows which blockedthe Porter prepared for a last stand. The Winter Term-Second Monday In telinuj

of tributaries of the Yazoo river channel for (100 yards. Going sides of the vessels were covered with A prominent .club woman Mrs. Dan- COUNTY SCHOOL HOARD
nu incident of Grant's Vicksburg cam ahead with full stein on, the Cincinnati grease to prevent the Confederatedfrom R. E. Minn. !!!S|erlntendent, Hmiavemni.MiM "

paign. I'orter'Imtured Into the Yazoo was cuught In the withes of the climbing the> sides, the guns were forth of St. Joseph Mich. tells how she .])I.Andrew 3t..nit J.,Cocoa M. Dixon i J. E.chairnmnTltiiHvuirA. >Ullz.BI.rocebluftCOUNTY

trap to succor the army. In the end wlllo'ws, which twisted around her upper loaded with canister and given the COMMISSIONERS: !

the army rescued Porter. works and held her ns In1 vlae. highest elevation possible. Once more was cured of falling of the womb and .f. R. Walker chairman Tltimvillo John E
Porter's unique experience was the All the arts of seamanship' could not the fleet came to a standstill before Allot, Indlanola; R. A. "iikllnu, 7illiiunJn, )
result of Grant's desire to get in therear wouldhave lartrees across the channel. C. Joiien, lluay;J. )0'. Hell,While City 8'111 L
displace this new olmtnclo.' It two / its accompanying pains and misery by wantons. are huldhrat Monday in each" moats
of Vicksburg on the north. The required weeks to uproot that bed The Confederates rushed up to within BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS

Yazoo empties Into the Mltuilgglppl of willows. fifty yards and all the working parties Lydia R iPinkham's Vegetable Compound. A. D. Penney Tltusvllle;. Count) JudnLI.
of1 the bouts were called in to defend L. Oauidun Tltusvllle; \111' AuS

their vessels. But before n shot was "DEAR Jlna.\ I'INKIIAM-Life looks dark indeed when a woman A.J. F.A.Wmiten.Stewart Cocoa Tltusvllle. .. TnXwwr County eta

tired a rattle of musketry sprang up In feels that her strength,is fading away'and she has no hopes of ever K. W. H.ill.Tltusvllle'n\ \ \ <"illtctu,.!

the Confederate rear the crews. bcfrnn I being restored. Such: was my feeling a few months ago when I was John It. 11:. lleury Slims, Ilonaventure Tltuavlllo Sup" I'uli rn.eur, I....
cheering,' while the Confederates after I advised that my poor health was caused by prolapsus or falling of the .1. O. KrlcB, Tl'imvllla <" -uiitv "Snnejn

d ,jI h volley or two beat a retreat up and I womb. The words sounded like a knell to me, I felt that my sun had J.w.8.orworsl r. "rown.: 'l'I, IIRvllle.ntiuvillo. Hop In t nn' tlwil"ilffinTITU8VILLK
down the river. Bliermaji hud hoard set ; but Lydia 12. IMnkham's Vegetable Compound came to me as
TOWS; rill i < v> (II I
,t the first fll'lujor\ tile Confederate buttery I an elixir of lifo ; it restored the lost forces and built me up until my A.Viiwt.niayort' VanVorlr> 01..1". l
and Hindu u forced march through good health returned to me. For four months I took the medicine tax 5i.boll .ntor: R. b..Mmln; Jr" Sari il) tm.ureri .
the swamps to rescue Porter's fleet. He i daily and each dose added health and strength. I am so thankful for ; t''John Hunry. tax BHHKSIM 1'1"' I 1:1:I imij.l tl'ulr,

I was in the Ick of time and when IIP the help I obtained through its use."-]\ins. FLORENCES DANFOUTII, (V.rarrnrhvn A. nricau. ooiinoilinen, A.Hnuly. 'I'he'' row

rode forward to the very edge of the 1007 Miles\ Ave., St. Joseph, .Mich. llntTueMlay Inraeh month
I flagship the sailors' greeted<< him with A medicine that has restored so many women to health and TITU9V1LLK' HO4RH OK TKMilO.

the wildest ovation of his whole career. can produce proof of the fact must be regarded with respect. ThisIs urer.J.. Sf Rulililmi it neat 8ocrolar vreBlili' .1:Slw'. Mill'. .- in, t.uosday .

GLXMtGK L. KILMEH.: the record of Lydia U. 1'lnlihuiu'aVfrctvIJo Compound, which night in each month al tlu-li" ntFREb

M1 cannot be equalled by any otjier medicine tho world has ever pro- \! AND ACCtlTlfD! MAtuiM

1 1I Too Great n Itl.sli. duced. Here is. another case. IndlnnRiverf.mlgeNUkloboada! 1I..IInt

I / P In almost every neighborhood someone "DEAR Mns. I'I11t11AMI-For years I was the; accord their and fourth beige rnnm.rhln'indlat.elllll"iris: .'lOtwllllth.l1t hoe'
// has died from an attack! of colic or troubled with falling of the womb, irregular at Iau: u''loek I' t... J. 1. Rrrlltll"' 1\\ x

/ cholera morbus, often before medicine' and painful menstruation, leucorihcea, bearing- F.A.Moruan.Sec'Y.ORDER: OF EASTERN! STAR

: could tproeiired: or a physician sum I down pains, backache, headache, dizzy and Frleiidnhlp Chapter No. II, hold it. mealrFIi "
/ noned.U A reliable remedy fur these fainting spells, and stomach trouble."I the Masonic Loclpe room Tltiinvllle I '10 U.tt .
diseases should be kept at hand. The five but did rut Tuesday: .in each: month ;aHI:.$ii''clink' p.m
doctored for about
% r at take. years third in each. niiniin .l U I
to !
risk Is too great for auyone Bo1'\ the Tiiemlny .'
IIe Chamberlain's Colic; Cholera and Dlarrhoeiv 1 not seem to improve. I began tho use of your j'uluok I p.I ItblrshB...n..liowlmt'Vh oexnnhslinur.'
of halndUfi
medicine and nave taken bottles
seven
Remedy bas undoubtedly saved 1IIr. J. 1.. Carruthera worthy i-atrni. the K WMra.
rt the lives of more people and relieved Lydia 12. IMiiklmm'.s Vegetable Compound, Stewart. A8 n. Matron j M A \crllllgM1\
/ than other e three of Blood Purifier and also used the "'Secretary; Mr. J. M. DlxonTreunrerMr: ,
\1 4 more pain and suffering! any Kline: Om.lnotreMi; Ml../ai "' ".."
!Iullii
S Wash and Liver Pills and lila,,SrI
) Sanative : am now \fa. C u>n depended< enjoying good health and have gained in flesh.I I.I [.. t rriitherB. Riilh; Mm lie V l IUWKKthersMr ".'i
i% *. F. A. M"reels.. llIrtho Mli-.Mj.
2 and medicine dealers. ,
thank much for what f
\ you very you 'llnaFlleuta: ; Mi 8 John RV..lk<-i
have done for me, and heartily reoom- Mr. F. A. Muriraii, hai'lHln Mre '1 1.ae lilt!.
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II W ilton "!
\ I : ; / K..I.lnlr Chickens Without Water. i mend your medicine: to all Buffering score, SonMuel ; Mr. < has "

/ This subject was discussed Jn AnurIcun f women."-:Mi: EMMA: SXYDEK: ; 218 East

Journals u few years ago. but the I Center St., Marion, Ohio. Some Special Offers.
real facts of the case seldom are presented -
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TIU513 MEDICAL' AI) 'ICE TO "WCMinSV::
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\ / t practical chicken fancier doubts for 11 Women would save time and much sickness if they would The Florida Fruit and Truck (Grower

of write to 3Irs. IMiikluim for advice 114 goon: ns any uiomi'iit the necessity supplying water toms! appenr. It in free, and has/ put thousand of women on the oily lu'thu IUltoi,...",. III ehcm" 111'' (barn'Itaile !/
liquid food to fowls especially in
' or : Imhliehrtt
el'lI of the Mate: 'IK
road to IIru
warm weather.! As fur ns we can learn right recovery. .
t Airs. IMiikhtuu never violates the confidence thus entrusted to OcalA ur $1 H year.: Single'opiesl'kFor : ullIIUbMCrlj.I1I
the advocates of "no water" feed their six mouths
limited ti use a
her, and although she publishes thousands! of .t"l> thnonlal-:; from n
f mihucnlHra
+ ,
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chickens and fowls soft food which \ will ho i>n' to new
women who have been benefited by her advice and mcdUfiic, FruIt aid
contains a fair percentage of moisture. for 2;S cents. Or both the>
in nil experience has she published! Much n letter Ithout Time
never : Semi-Weekly
Consequently their claim that water is Truck Grower and ;
.. SHERMAN TO THE, lII': ('U1;:. I not a necessity must be discounted to the full consent, and often by special request of the writer.' Union for $1..1;). Or "Mi the Ihrice
FORFEIT It....vaiinnt forthwith |,roduoe tlio nrllnnl! la'tera and slgiiatiiru,, Week World of N. w Tui k.bob h .me' jar 1
a great extent. The modern system of $5000 above test f""h.la. which, will J'rote their ahuolute*Jlult,.*,' close to Vlckiburg and the Confederates For tw<*ntyfour hours men worked feeding chickens based on a dry mix. Lydia K. riukhmu l1h.di.l..e Co., Ly.; .... M_ 'or,'1.2;;'. Ucalalha
occupied the bluffs along that with Haws axes and cutlasses to hew ture of the various grains and such a L. J. BKU>riJY, Pub. -

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Is formed from the Tullahatcbet), Bun- opened on the fleet driving the workmen food. "'e have never seen any 111 effects

flower, Yallabushu and Deer creek all to the cover of the Ironcln lI. of allowing even young chickensto .y Official Supply douse of The Illinois Fishermen'* A "I'cl\lI":
88
navigable and used for bringing Confederate News, of the desperate situation of the' partake of water or milk. providedthe f j

supplies to the Vicksburg' giirrisen. ''hoet had reached the Confederates at latter was pure und not offered In af) t I I The Chicago Net and Twine Co.

Grant wanted to establish a secondary unlimited ({\lIUltltll'lI. How a chicken I

base for operations fur up the fancier can ever delude himself that I r- Manufacturers of-
Yazoo above the bluffs and cut off not pure water la not relished by a chicken 8QJ I '

' only supplies but ru-euforceuicnts com young or old. In a mystery to us. Let Cij. I
ing from the east to Vlck lurar. The such n mortal get up on u dry warm :c .!f r i r. I I

Confederates had a fort at the Junction July morning and watch the robins () a .oif i a. i, I ..
of the 'l'ulluhutch'e and Yallabuxhn. Ily and other birds mick In thll" gratetulniolstuiy ', ." 0 Is .... ...
cutting a channel from tho Mississippi: 1 a r on growing vegetation and -a 6Z i < ., I '

io the Coldwater a stream emptyingInto There ) >
also watch how eagerly the flock of 1rC' 0 1 rt
the TullaliutclitHi, Porter tloodod j have been ('blckt'ulluwalts the coming of the watering '" > I :l'II

the whole system of Inland chiuuiels. times when pot. It takes but a few drops of I Eaoc ) S,1: :: 7

and n fleet of gunboats with troops aft the wild, water to satisfy the most skeptical per : n I P h B "

er a tedious Journey reached Fort Pem- beauts have son that the Instinct, of the feathered I I 0 ... crlptlon 1 :
been FISHING De
more Z == NETS and Netting of Every
berton. Intending to reduce It. r :
Mme' mercifulthan iiulninl demands water. It may be true I a I 5 fp
The Fort Pembertou expedition was that some men! cnn get along without o. ""'S I I Dealem In Seine wine, Maitre Cord Rope, Etc. :
in danger of disaster and Porter devised 0 Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
human and spared the woman water, but chickens-never.-American (I) ( I" ,
them CP 31-S3 E. Indiana Chicago;
a plan of relieving it with a fleet caat to the arena. It i. astoniah- Fancier. j- I' j St.
&. of Ironclads which be would take In big how little sympathy women have (.J ;tied;J t'e to s: '_. ..Mention The ADVOCATE In your letter... ----
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Bteele's which for women. In the home the mistress -
through bayou
opensfrom
Tourists Comfort.It AaBuclnH"
Try 0 We are Members\ of the Illinois FUhernmii'n fU
the :Mississippi thence through, sees the maid with the !signs of suffering 11 S. -
leer creek, thu Sunflower Cold water she recognizes so well but she doe not Is what Irs name implies. If you -
lighten the sick girl's load by a touch of are troubled with your bladder, kidneys, ..u .-. .-. -- -
and Tallahatchec to the Yacoo aboveFort
her finger. In the store the forewomansees rheumatism or heart trouble take Cointort. Si -
CC-
Pembertou. The channels In these the pallor and exhaustion which It Is pleaaant to take and barnileos.' ': eo CHAS. LC a cSc '

streams\ were deeper than those followed mark womanly weakness, but allows AIIllru/tZllIla. ftOcts a bottle. B. R. U'il- ta. s: a1T. JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.B .
anew. B.yst..
by the first expedition, and live nothing for them. It is work or quit. ion A Son agents, at Tltusvllle. For 18
henry draft Ironclad gunboats were Further particulars write your troubles: i
rl'll'r' to the A too Chemical Jacksonville U) G" g;. ....
(chosen: for the expedition. At ARDFoRWoMEH Co.? b
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the name time Sherman\ .set out with $1 500 !ha. -= > '" = .4 4
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dl'rm'Mllllnd a force of troops CO-ollt'rllte to penetrate with I'orter.the ,\:11.: HI. Social Repetition E-e < F a FULL Fury

"You his wife bad him arrestedfor a 0
Almost at the Mart' Porter found his WHO OAHMOT BE CURED. say ,
repenting? I didn't know she took
e way obstructed by a tlcnse growth of Backed up by over third of a century H a = -
-- overhanging biHhos' and those bud to of remarkable and uniform cures,a record any Interest In political elvetlousd""In EXPRESS

hft cut away as the bouts UIOVIM! abend such .. no other remedy for the diseases political elections?" Ii 0 PREPAID PAEDA
Oornmlonally a stray tree would !>e> and weaknesses peculiar to women ever "Yes. didn't you say ahe accused him 11 e _
attained the and makers of of repeating?"
proprietors r
found In nildfliaiinel. and this
was Uprooted -
4 Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription now .'Ye Standard
Illgamy. Catholic
by a charge of the Ironclad nt 20 ,
feel 1 fully warranted in offering to pay$300 and Times.Vorltl. f. Q fL
full ii'tea in. The line of bouts was broken in legal money of the United States for &i. $4 ...

each going Its own way. to open udluLlut'l. any CaMe of Leucorrhea, Female Weakness \ While Deputation. IMr 4 r rg
using saws and axes to remove Prolapsus, or Falling of Womb I
the houvy trunks. In Steelt's! which they cannot cure. All they ask White's Cream Vermifuge has achlevd d j
bayou the vessels often grazed the is a fair and reasonable trial of their > a world wide reputation as being the
best of all worm and for its I DOl.If
banks and the channel was obstructedby means of cure. destroyers, ,
They have the most remarkable recordof mlo Influence on weak and unthriftyihlldreni 0 Iri C
rafts which had floated down and
.. it neutralizes t
cure made by this world famed the acidity or ='
DfllVlRtO
caught between the trees and the ourness of the stomach Improves their FOR
remedy ever placed to the credit of any J
shore. Large quantities of cotton were preparation especially designed for the llgestlon, and assimilation of food Qph.
atored along shore and this the enemy cure of woman's peculiar ailments. trengthens their nervous system and : N p $1229
set on fire the moment the fleet ap- Dr. Picrce's Pleasant Pellets are the eitores them to the health vigor and Jj
penril. enveloping the boats In smoke scat desirable laxative for delicate ilutlclty of spirits natural to childhood.So .

4ol, _eillIUlr; lI tUeiii with flame women. at B. R. Wilson A Son, Tilusvllle.
; ; ., Agent* for the Pabst Brewing Co.
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rofassiona.l Oa.rds. "MAKES PROPER DICT OLD TIME 'RIVER RACES. FOILS FOR THE 'PRESIDENT WHEN THE SPAVIN CAME. DO YOU GET UP


ROBBINS, Mark Tirnln Sutgt.sts six D.;r' Strmimboat aoga.vclt'. Fenrlnsr Inotruetor Bar It KKd d the Brilliant Career of tk<. WITH A LAME
M. .' BACK ?
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CoBtc.m for St. I.ovU .1..
llnnd>aui. Sot Abraatl.Professor l'.rU l'olU Horn. ,

TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR iiCf Murk Twain bus iwlvwl the ilnyi ienoroHO rave i' of Baltimore The full from greatness. of n polio

AT-LAW. IJ when ho was a pilot on the Mississippi lIaM urrniiKiKl with I'roslilonRoosevelt horse that (mil taken the blue ribbon at KUncy Trouble Makes\ You Miserable.

rtvor by n letter to President. David II. to givelilm fencing lesson the national I horse show Is told by; -- -----

practice In State and United States Francis of the St Louis world's fair, upon hilt return from tho western tour Sewell Ford In "Homes' Nine" as follows !- A'most ls everybody know who reads the newspapers .,(,
sura to of the wonderful '...
Court. '--'--- says the New York World. It Is nn answer says the St'w'ork Times. : cures made by Dr. 't'

Office at TITUSVILLE, FLA. Notice. to Sir Thomu Upton's re<-en "I And Mr.I Roosevelt one of the keenest r'or a whole year SklPIpr'n" the -J Kllmer'aSwamp-Root. !Ii !P ,

COURT OF suggestion that a serlta of old fash sportsmen I have ever met" "null pride of the torl"' lie was shown to II the great kidney liver j, "

CIRCTrr THE!: SKVKKTIIJT- Paveae the other day. "lIe hits the visitors nt the stables; h* was patted at and bladder remedy. 'r'
1. GAULDEN, IN OlclalCiioiilt lrloridafnandforHnvar lulled MigHlsHlppI! steamboat races be. quick eye mid aggressive movement on the none by the mayor. The chief, "t fi It Is tha great medical '
Cuuoty. In Chancery luoa.O. inaugurated as a feature of the exposltlon.
that will make him a good fencer. Ills who Van a bigger milD thnn the muy triumph of the nineteenth boy j
.V./ railiUdonHen Murk Twain ns an old time pilot, Q
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, century; discovered .
will adapt him look him\
physical development enpi'cliily to lit p
or. came
up I '
} Order of oatlon.vs. from which he gets his 110111 do plume. I'' iI after of ;:i
years
ry,11.Olnutead et al 'tbe exercise which he will find did bill tricks .
In all the Court of the Stab to In the park Skipper evry 11 s tl '
II praotloe Is an authority on the subject Ills lets l sclentlfii research by ,1 ,( 'ItI
lurid*!and the United States Courts.fo To:Same P. Thorn, his wife :Mr. ,names r ter Is us follows ,fitrenuouH enough: to please' !' him. I b '- > day for hulle. In flue dress. win II Dr. Kilmer, the eml- t,

BQI.2M.: TiTuavtmn FLA.J TholllR avenue,end Chicago Edith. III.Yonltl' M.. Tboma.all lof U40N. Hagn .. : hove I will find] him n pupil us apt n II exrlnliiuHl', "How perfectly wouilorfull'' _. nent kldnay and blade ,:
Dear Fre ld. nt Francis-As the
each of you ordered to appoano ti ii. regards he U dl..tlnJullibl'11.; It seems to IK the ns well us for pretty mirxeimild who --- der specialist and Is 'I' 'I
of Sir Thomas It
suggestion Lipton seems
WEBB, hili the of Clerk'complaint'onion III of the till above entitedcanses,t to me that an old fashioned Sllsulanlppstcamhuat purpose of Mr. Roosevelt to have member giggled: l and milt ."Now did you ever wonderfully successful in promptly curing .
court at
Florida on the day of Juuo. 11103.Tltu.vllio.and to il,t race, aa a feature of the fair. ) of his family take up fencing! with see tAnd likes. o' that Nornh" lame back kidney bladder, uric acid trou .sI r
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, further and receive what our mid court..11..11 would be a very good specialty Indeed.Ai him and If he should Huccetnl I will do then ciuiitthe npiirln. Ah but bles and Brlght's Disease which Is the worst (
have considered, m this bohnlf. to particulars, I think that the race form of kidney trouble. a'
It II directed that this he everything In my power to make themall that wns the beKlmilnic, of the end! '
order
1t\lbllobe.i should ba of the t
In the Courts of the 7th ; a genuine reproduction Dr. Kilmer 3 Swamp-Root tn not recommended !
rill practice wltb aa little dnlny as limy' lie. In the EAST old time race not just an Imitation of It. proficient fencers." Were you ever wpuvlimlT If so. you
for non-residenti for everything but If have kld- i
[ Tuxes paid COAST ADVOCATH:, puhl( h, at TltllMvlUe you !
( ult. and accounts collected. Florida once a week, for four oon. mtlv'; and that It should cover the whole course Professor I'livese line ordered from know nil about It. If you haven't been noy, liver or bladder trouble It will be found ":\If(
rents weeks| and that within twenty laya from the I think the bouts should begin the trip aNew Italy pair of fine fencing foils. They There's no use trying to tell you. ItheunintlnuiT just the remedy you need. It bus been tested ''h ,_I
date hereof a hereof l> : Orleans, and side by: side (not withan
FLORIDA. copy a
posted at the door
svinK, of the court hoiiM of Hrevard County, ,and that Interval between) and end It at :NorthSt. with n musk and gloves, are to frost Well' that may be bad buts In so many ways in hospital work In private ,i !

the clerk send by mall a copy hereof to wh of Loins. a mile or two above the bit $400 In Italy. The blades are to bo of spavin; Is worse practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase :'\\f'f .
D. PENNEY, above the above named delendanteattheir.9. a
Done and ordersdatthe Clerk's Office at T. think they should have. ample' forecastle gold. The guards are to bo solid] lump on the hock with stuff from a every case that a special arrangement hIS \ '
tusvllle crowds of negro chantey stutters, with been made! which all readers of this
thla by
Florida lard 1 day of April A. U. paper
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW: 1903.: able leaders to do the solo and conductthe liver anti to bear an engraved/ Inscription brown bottle mini hid It from the inspector who Have not already tried It. have a

FLORIDA., tt 8-1) A 8TKWAUT, chorus from the capstan. I shouli'' telling that they lire the fencingmaster's Then one black mornlnir the sample bottle sent free by mail,may also a book
JUSVILLR, Clerk of the Circuit Court. reinitiate the torch basket and uae the
gift to the president. The lump was Uncovered. That tiny Skipper -
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
By O A. Stewart U.C. electric for business only. I should extlngulsh
II I practice In all the courts of the 7th EO. M. ]Roams Attorney for Plaintiff. the government lights In every' hilts of these foils are to be covered did not JO out on post. Reddy came find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.

Judicial Circuit. crossing throughout the !course for when with the finest morocco' leather wrapped into the stall, put his>I arm round bh When writing mention reading this generous

Application For 'l'ax I>ee(l. boats are equally matched In the matters with gold. These foils are too neck And said. "Ooddby! In a voice offer In this paper and ,' ."' ,
speed and draft It Is the quality of the
A. FROST, piloting that decides the ral'e.Ha"a handsome. for use and are Intended to thnt Sklp|'er hnd 1 never heard him use send your address to i 11j!! '::; _
Under Ir. I Ihamton w
Sec 8, Chap 4$$$. Laws of Fla. It
you a couple of six day bonti'Then ? be ornamental. Professor Pavese is beforo. Something bad made It thick Dr.Kilmer&Co..Bing. .. I'
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, NO'flCJOISIfEREny GIVEN... of:: THAT Tax Certificate AI.HEIV you have a continuous nix day world to supply the president with another slid III14ky.el'y sadly Skipper saw N. Y. The .n
No. 4.14: dated the 2nd of advertisement for you would have wireless of the and] regular fifty cent and Raseotswanp.-aoot y'I
day July, A. D. set of foils for practical use. him saddle ono newcomers
):II i practice In all the Courts of the 7th) 1100, has filed said I certificate In my oftlce and l operators and press representative dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists. I
Judicial Circuit. baa mad application" for tax deed to issue In acordanre <<- on both boats mid they would report the go out for duty.Cnrllnsr.
with law. Said cerlifl ate mnhruoe position of tha contestants hourly dar: RALEIGH LEGEND UPSET.
'ITt18VILLE, FLORIDA.. the following de-crlbed l pmpaity Situated In and night. and describe the succeeding; or and Ilnrllnsr.Curling .
County, Florida,tinwlt Lot asubd.of
Jtrevard :
falling Jockeying. and atratagoms of the I Ij
Lot U, 4.fl, Section 11) Township :2a South of This would be an Innovation and Historian Goes. Sara" Sir WaiterNever the game thnt was for a
pilots.
Range 3J Kant. The Bald 1 land aMRo".ll\t
b.
REDERICK A. MORGAN, the date of the iHHiianon of such certificate lilt in the dreadfully modern but the value of It Visited North Anierlrn.Vnlter long time furtively Indulged In here by
naiiianf iMrs. Laura Hall (Knlale.) balsa sold| would condone It. It would keep the "\ Itulolgli never sot foot In a few brow laddies I has been placed ona
certificate' mall be l'OIlo"'nlllacC"IIIIR'\ to law boats quite vividly In Bight straight alonga +e ,
Abstracts of Title. North America. Ytt; HO pertinacious IK subxtntithil. footing, wltb numerotu '
tux tleedwill Issue thereon on the IIILh EAT ESTATE AND INSURANCE, Mav A, fl.1908. time the world would see a six day boat tho legend connecting him with Virginia well orKiinlzed teams and ,,'plll'Ontrllt. ..4t i
W tlleMK my olllolal signature| and seal thin the, race from start to Ilnlnh. thnt I doubt if any one, even In ed tournament Ilnndbnll IUlbl'l'lI
10th day of April, A. l>. 1803.Cu. .
.
Loans Notary Public. [ ct. Seal] A. A. STEWART' The fair would issue the great war department the learned assembly, Is not RtitlHflcd wrested. from thin monopoly of a few
Clerk Clroult Court of Itrevard Floildn\ mop of the MIsHlnslpiil. and every "
Elections, Typewriting, Stenography., County citizen would buy u copy and check that he did. professionals' und today a hnnilliiill

I TITUSVILLE FLA. off the progress of the rnce hour by hour So spoke Edmund Oosso. the lending court In. populnr) feature of every well
Notice of Special Legislation. and arrange his bets with such "judarlty" authority on Kllziibetlinn literature, equipped; athletic club IXscus. throwing '-
j
ns Providence hnd provided him withal. before the I toy ul Geographical societya that the 01'1'1'1111) youths. excelled ,_ i ie.iE if
This U a yard wltle and thirty-Bin
FROST. WAnE II. JONES.FROST XT'rICE IS HKREBY nivEMTHAT: APPLI map few days on the tercentenary of the ( linn recentlybeiome
Xll cation will he nude. to the Legislature' of feet long. It might be well to reduce It a ago at Olympian triune
: A JONES, the State of Florida at tin approachliusesHlon little. Queen 1 Kllxnltetli's death, writes the n regularly/ ncheiluled' featureof .
for the paHHHite.. a M"ecl.lact author. Asa fair advertisement It would be difficult New York World's London correspondent. till bite: athletic\ nn-etlnts. More rte
Ring the fornmt.on of the Kifth head District to bent/ the bout race; as a spectacle
EALESTATE INSURANCE or Hrevurd county Into a R"ol'lalllt'lroven.t nothing; could add to It except an old time Mr. base. ndtlcd: rently the royal and ancient porno of
ilmtrlct, for the |"uri>o..e of coimtrnutlnir 1 KOOIroailK 1 blow up as the boats finished the home "Itut In spirit he wan. there through Coif him. been' trnnsplnnted from, the ,
Loans and In Raid district, and, UHIIIIIU bnnilH and
Collections.
tretch. But this should not be arranged.
'levying tactics on the property In Bald district u good and evil estate. Ills was the brain lillln of /Scotland.'
TITUSVILI.R FLORIDA. pay for mime, u'' >jert to vote of the iwnidH.F..M. It Is better left to Providence and prayer. that plnnmvl. the persistence!' that carried Hut hurling la far more ancient thnn
Tours truly MARK TWAIN.
HUDSON AND IH'HEH5)) )
Couun&ree.Tlbbal" out, the courage that would never any of these.' The Scotchman proud i

E0. A. WORLEY Florida,March II). 1903. lot may* relinquish. the 11I.ljtu.. and the promised of the antiquity of golf points to the
Cures When Doctors Fall. land Vlrrlnin Is. his. In history. nlthough time "tallied. documents carefully preserved Mrs. Laurfe. S. Webb

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Kxeciitor'a Notice.To Mrs. Frank Chtnssnn Patterson, T.a., he only gassed lit it' from the frlngos of III KdlnlmrKh: showing that ns VIPro."ld.n< Woman. IMtimo.cin .

[neral practice In State and Federal writes June 8th 1001 "I had malaria .... .. ... early as 14.:;" the .Kume.. was distracting: ..l0 C'lnlMi ol NortlMtrn onto."I .

Vonru. All business entrusted will all whom It may concern tNOTICE fever In very bad form, was under treatment the attention of the /Hi-ottlxh' youth from 1 dreaded the change ol life whichwas
noticed Win
by doctors but as soon as I stopped taut approaching.( I
[ receive prompt attention. Is* HEREBY OIVEV: THAT SIX (m more serious. things/ and to this day of Cardul and decided to try a bobtit.
fever
taking their medicine the
from date of
the this notice I will
nil the
hurling has continued through
neral Counsel for the Tuttle Estate sent toy final account to the Honorable would return. I used a sample bottle of I experienced torn multi lot
Miami. A. D. IreennevCcnnryJndge| in and for Hrevard Ilerblne, found It helped me. Then S centuries the populur game ot the Irish first month, 10 I kept on taking! It for

I MIAMI: FLORIDA. of County Olamlnnttl,Slate: an of Kxouutor Florida,of and the apply KiiutM for of letter.Haut bought two bottles, which completelycured eni people.-Brooklyn. Ungle.TourlMt three month and now I menstruate

l Jeppaen, late of the County of Brevaix. State of me. I feel grateful to you for furnishing with no pain and I shall (ake It off and
'TEPUEN E. FOSTER .Florida deceased. such a splendid medicine, and (D CHo Attention BSD* on now until I have palled the dlnux."
*
, Kxecntor of JOHN Estate of SOnENSKN Hana Jeppmn.JenMn can honestly recommend It to those suffering () Female weakness' disordered
" ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, FLY Vov.1S,1902.: I a in 8-iHfi from malaria as It will surely cure 5? | O. While visiting Florida, we ask that your menmts, falling of the womb and I
them." Ilerblne, .Vo() bottle at Wilson's. .! > not fail to buy a bottle of Comfort, ovarian troubles do not wear off.
Dyal-Upchurch Building( Jax. ..- (t) .. he wonderful kidney, bladder and thennarlsm They follow' a woman to th chanll8

! JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Notice.NOTICE 2 S W remedy. Fur sale by ail drunZlsts / of Mo. Do not butttikfl Win
o It. H. Wilson A Hon at' anti
o ea agents of C'arilul now avoid the troubl -
19 HEREBY GIVEN: THAT ON BROKERS IN FOOT RACE. -
th day of \1 ay. IIN J."' aa scion thereafter -. r- 3O. ; 'liusvllle.) Wine of Curd: llli I never failsto
V S. BURNHAM, M. D.SURGEON an I can be heard', I Intend to applyto benefit a suffering woman of
> S t
the Judge or the Clnmlt Court for liravanl Novel. Content Arranged br l.oadon C. The Flrat Flank Attack.We Wine of Cardui relieved
, County for a license to manatee: t.ike charge of. Stock t.:xvt>.nif. Members. o TJnn have n record In the book of any age. '
and control and become free Airs. Webb when site WAS in dan- J
and SPECIALIST my property\ a
Cue hundntl OIllIIW\'f>n l.onon'Stock] ct Joshua of "the stratagem whereby AI t
dealer m every respect. < '< .2 Q'Mr.Vhen you come to the chanM
Ear, Nose and Throat. KATK H. JlaoWI'TASTJ1DREVERAL Kxclmnfft broker stout uud lean. was taken." This tells us how 5.000 of life Airs.\ Webb's letter will '

'B9T PALM BleACH, : FLORIDA. young mid old. have entered for a fifty. o ? p 5 z men were set In nmbush behind the moan more to you than it does

': : l'ltRROOOS: OF CHAR- two lullu walking nice from London to nt) city, HO that when the king of AI and now. Hut you may now avoid the
\r V aster and good reputatlim In each state g.HH OH suffering she endured., DmgfflsUsuit
Brighton/ May 1. Buys a London cabledispatch )> its bouts were drawn forward to the
(one In Ihtnoounty ruqulredito i representanti
)"JR. IIOUGUTO"'SI.O.TISG wdvertiiwi. established' wealthy, bunl ens to the Chicago Inter Ocean. S j wi11 fight a flunk attack was made] with (1 bottle of Wine of Cardui.WI'IEoFCARDUI.
house of enlld flimt.cUl tundlnir. Salary (21 'INIweekly ) .
They will start from tile house of commons ovprwbeliiilng success by the warriorsof
with additional ahoa' In
DENTAL APARTMENTS cash direct rach eximnHeH Wmlnemlay from head oflliii>>. at Oslo: a. m. AW who reach ?;'x j oCD Israel. I

on the References Horse and carriage KnrloHed: rurnlxliod esifmildresard.., when necessary en"olole.Colonial Brighton by 7:30: p. m, will he enter "'T1 Not loss' disastrous! was the tate of

"Dentos Co.. 334 Dearborn St.,Chicago.1 tained at H banquet to cost I1.5OO.; Silver H! O 125s 100lIltlali and his brave little band of

Now AT :TAI.M: BEACH. cups will be Riven to the first three ...---. heroes when the Persians at Tber- s.

':TANTEDBEVER.tLINDUSTRIOt'SPERsons : gold medals. will be awarded for bill nopylm, led by a traitor took them In

) M. MASON, ', In each eleven State years to travel and for with houiteeatabllshed a lance- climbing and every one> finishing within : oO Z tile rear 4SU' II. C.

Vt capital, to call! upon niorclmnw andaifenufornurcesHful twenty-four hours will get a silver ) CD cm It was by a masterly maneuver nearly -
and protltable line. Permanent en- luedul. *>O years Inter that Hannibal dealt
Weekly cash salary of fill and all C w {
galto".n'
DENTAL-SURGEON, I Ir..velingeale'lIIo.| and I hotel hills ailvammd The betting Is 2 to 1 agnlnst any ...or( one of bill heaviest blows nitulnst the Seeds
I rash each' "' ..ok. Experience nol e. entlal. Mention starter doing/ the distance under nine < hosts of tome Having concealed his
r-
reference. enclcceelf address envelope.. the Kind
iASK: (>I' .. FI.OMIOA.oley's TilE NATIONAL 3J4 Dxarliorn! Chlcao.; | a hours and tbree-iuarters. Many members r- brother Mago. with 2.OUO horse and that I i
Leads
of the Stock Exchange formerlywere toot soldiers, among the reeds be enticed lp
the Roman forces across the river, oat/IAm or. r t.lAds.lrn.man '
the who
--- To Musician! athletes but only one M by .I
: Trebln. The legions, fought bravelyand I.eINe.d Ausealyll.tyslA
Nicholas
Kidney Cure was a champion walker In Mr. fro. to .a 111.ppl

;lIkes kidneys A baritone horn for sale nearly new; who now Is past his prime. Excursion PRINCETON STUDENTS' FUN held their own until Mago, rising eau.D. .
and bladder right. cost U.Ou; >; will sell for 1200.: Can be trains will be run from London to from ambush attacked them In the .Ds/roIt M. Ilirr Mlob.a Ce.,

seen at the store of I stations along the route to enable the President Wll.on f"npl..d Beesaee rear and routed them.

BO YEARS' J. R. WALKER &: Co., I public\ ta see this! burlesque raco. ol l-lxiiiiilnnllun: .....In....... -

EXPERIENCE TltuBvllle, Fla. The I'rlniiMoii" university Titter ramp The 11..1" of HUtorl

Shaft to Our Klr llellutlo a Martyr out the oilier tidy with u.iloubli* page On of my. artistic friends was upon

ARE YOU A BOAT-UUILDER If The gnlvlru Historical society, which cartoon \rlili-b tn. (niiinln much laugh a business visit to a picturesque district

t you are, Ret one of Walton's Patent erected n monumeut ut ogaa's Grove ter union; the uiuipruriKliiiiti-n says a of Perthshire the other day A

Calking Tools; Invaluable to bUII near Junction City Kun.. scaie time Princeton silt -lal to the p.V'ork little 'leisure was afforded him by the The Largest and Most Comolate -
C"W1 builders and owners' of boats. Calks waitbetween trains and he asked( a
.. than other ago hi commemoration of the discovery Times. The .February ennuilnntloii Establishment South.
boats rapidly any
4-: TRADE MARKS more tool In the world. Trice 1.110 of Kansas by Coronado In 1541 and were pro ,. DESleiNS calking" ; of Qulvlrn by the Hon. "flunks." Mpwlnlly In thorn courses 10 the neighborhood. so that be might
"n and S.OO each, at ADVOCATE office, the redNt-overy GEO. S. HACKER & SON
'J'"n8, andtn5' a>"ol..h CO.-v and dn i"wldtlrnilmy Titusvllle, Fia. J. V. Hrower. the well known archnjologlHt. which heretofore Imve been coudderel l spoil a Him or two. with" which be badoaded DO'ooytblolC

I. uronnbi, our Ol'lnifiti, free wbnther an : In 180T. !la preparing to erect "lend pipe cinChes by the upM-r| class his camera. No, there's
i I. ('ommunl.i.tyeoidmmalal. -
P'uh."I piilentahie. historic shoot the place. The
IlnnillKMlk on PntonUHtf WANT500HUSTMNO REAL another monument says: a Leaven-' men. Inauguration of the now president .
.14.at' nitf for iiMfiirltiir patent.. DO YOU Mack[ castle up by there used to be
. hsaun thmuvh Munn *'to." recarI estate agents endeavoring) todlspoae of worth dispatch to the Kansas City had u liriu'ln, ,'(T rk& without.hr.e. in the may have for sale or World. The monument now proposedwill courws and many students were historic but Ifs no' sne historic DOOr'Wbat

ScientificMn"1'\ Ml n ritat1. exchange any property: P 1 If you so, send full particularsof commemorate the fact that Friar caught. that bucolic Individual Imagined

what you have, to L. R. Benjamin Juan de Tadllla. a member of the great Illustrative of the condition which the word "historic". to mean U not veryippnrent
Innervated' .._Irl urewt rlr. Times.
" "", ."lo'iuilo' Journal.' Ternia. $J a Ifanoverton O.Virginia. Coronado expedition, was the first religious the university will lie In If the standard ]- by the reply.-Glasgow

f' r.tmrmcnrh./L Ho)*! krall nevirtBaleni. martyr In the United States and roiitlniict to .tw rinsed the 1'lwr' .
, NN & Co.3618"New York C rlnu Death Custom !. hut I I It
the first white man murdered by Indians cartoon shows u well floured likeness >
'.neb Ud\>e,1421 r 8t., W..51ngtUII.1). .(: HomesYou on Kansas soli. of JYMililent. '1111(1) .Itthllt' on the steps< The Fijians believe that In case a 1 fat

' NNER SALVE of "Old North" In u d-vnry' wornout marriageable youth or maiden dies p

Plan ta Study. Coff..', Growth. attltiul Cobwebs stretch from the without having gone through: wltb the .......,

1e most ho nng salve In the world. learn all about Virginia Lands, I The British Cotton Growing association lions to Lr. Wilson' head, and n bur elaborate nuptial knot tying ceremony

products, mode of cultivation i Is sending missions to study. the! ten dreary. appearance suriiiouots the ot> the Islands bill or hr soul 1 Is dooiuol
Its resources
prices etc., by reading the I growth of cotton In different soils to whole scene. Underneath are the to wander about forever In an Inter MANUFACTURERS OF

DEDISEASES Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. secure the best seeds and to distribute words: "IDlO-Wllson.( That's all." riedlnr region between heaven and

for 3 months subscription to the these! to colonial natives in Egypt the bell. When any ono tiles nan, woman Doors Sash, Blinds, 'l

Emporia Va. the oceanic Is or child a whale' tooth Is placed In
Farmer Co., Egyptian fm e the most fatal of all di e lands. Uganda East Africa and more tile band of the corps, the missile to folding( & Bonding Material. Y,
L4t thrown nt the'tree which stands asa
es. particularly In west Africa at Sierra
Leone Lagos and the lower Niger. Hy a I-cr.d. Istcnt Cough. but I'er- 1 guidepost, to point out the road that Office Warerooms. King, opposite

WQBMS1 I iiiiiiiently Cure hy ChamberIain lends: to ben von and lttu, one that lead Cannon Street.Charleston k
KIDNEY CURE Is
I
ILEY'S Guar311tcd Spring All men tit. ** Cough Iteinedy.II to bell. ] S. C. I r

RamedJ D..'In Q1IAUty. There Is an aching and tired feeling; I'. Burbage a student at law, la For Those Who Mve on Farm
Mo..la Quantity. the liver, bowels and kidneys become Greenville, :S. C., lead been troubled for ash; Weights Cord ana s
money refunded. Contains WInTlVOreamVermiuge: sluggish: and Inactive, the digestion impaired roar or five years wltb coctfnnous; couch Dr. llergln, Pan. Ills., writes: "I ,

lledies ., with little or no ambition for which he sajs, "jrreatly alarmed me, have used Ballard's Snow: Liniment; at- ''
recognized by eml- # anything, and a feeling that the whole causing rne to fear that I was In the tint 'ays' recommended It to my friends, as Iam Hardware.

It: Physicians as the best for I body and mind needs toning up. Tb. stage tIt consumption." Mr. limbage, confident there Is no better made. It

fey .0 TEAK i trouble Is, that during winter, there bas lavlnffseen Cllaml>erlalo'* Cough Item la 1 a dandy for burns." Those who liven Window and Fancy Clas ,I
FOR ,
and
Bladder troubles. been an accumulation of waste) matter lo >dy. advertlse, concluded to try It. Nowread farm are especially liable to many N NFoley's
PRICK SOc. sad f s.o0. Has Led all WORM Remedies.: the: system. Ilerblne will remove It, a.- what be said+ of It: "I soon felt a ccldentsl eats burns and bruises, which A SPECIALTY. ;

H, u. wu.sON' BOTTLE CUASANTEID.solo I i cure to the secretions a right exit, and remarkable change and after using two heal rapidly when Itollard's !Hnow: .I.lol- -------. -----
& SON ) EVERY. BY ALL DRUOClaTB.raar.us jy. Its tonic effect fully. restore the waat- bottle of the twently-flv., cent sue, was lent I Ie appliel. It should always be Honey and Tarorchlldnn.ue.4ur f +
------ alt draxlst kept In the house for cases olem.rjeno1. fl"Tj
ley's I ed tissues and give strength ID place of x> by -
[ Honey Tar aT medicine GOo and l.UO at I). It. Wilson "es colds and JAMES JUBAJU. D. -j B-:.w OTS weakness. SOc at B. Wilson A !don.t ( and dealers. Ue, f ( op/lltes.
prevents pneumonia. -- --- '

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COAST ADVOCATE MAY 8, 1903.

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JA sgs.: ITUTCHABD, rresiaeni; 001& BROWN, V Ice-Prelld
S. BBANMIMO, Asst. Cashier.


.(I',; EAST COAST-ADVOCATE OIL One BURNING of our. Chicago-LOCOMOTIVES subscribei INDUYRif lf STATE BAM

'" A WBBBLT. JODKHAI.MTOTBB TO Tea D.Y1" writes us that he had read seven)
orHixT or Tea iHOUjr *ITBB. tAWOBTH ... items in the ADVOCATE with refer Biliousness COUNTY DEPOSITORY

A TD BHOAVRB aAv.acrroas.PDBLISBYD I ence to oil burning locomotives on MaKes Authorized capital, $ I

'- BVKBT FBIDAY. tbe Florida East Coast Railway, and 1' Paid up capital, $40'0
:N asks us to tell him whether the Chronic Invalids. .- Average deposits, $t 60OC:

\( OBABI.M H. WALTO. Editor A PnbHahi burning of oil as fuel was a sue When the liver.U torpid the bile enters the Uodd asa IA
cess or not. Really we cannot say; virulent poison then comes that train of Liver Ills
Discontinuance of ad"ts.mutt b*mad.pel'- but if our subscriber would drop a ; Transacts a General Eafllil'r
wily at this osier or by writing. R.
General Superintendent N'51VER
line to
:. Obeokto.,mar b.made payable to CAL: 'A. Got, of the above railway, we F\1 jILLSand Business
\, H. WALTON,pubU.her. have no doubt he would give the
desired information.Of Largest and Oldest Bank on the Mite!

BOSTON: OFFICK-Tn B EAST Atlantic COAST avenu ADVOo. course it is known to many; Tonic Pellets are the only Treatment; that five c i Exchange!: bought; and sold on all ForeiwCountries.
OATS hat, which opened will an be offlnent404 In charge of Mr. Clam that oil burning on engines Is not the liver just the right touch and start Nature's a fil ;
Bon ton ) --
I Walton. a new idea. In 1887 the Penney. work in the right manner. The Pill touches the r Patronage( appreciated.. Prompt "
vania Railway, in Its efforts to improve liver, the Pellets tone the System .. treatment and.. every. ra.or connlniant SttS
direction .atl" banking granted.
for inform in the ; t '
ADVOOATB
HT- writing to; the its practice Sample and DooKlcl Fr...
"i tlon of any kind,,the writer will online by enoloiIng of fuel economy, and to decrees I v. National CORHK8PONDEST8.Seaboard Bank of :Sew; York,
a stamped-addrosHud envelope. the burden that the heavy annual 4'e Complete Treatment RPwb ,L--trar v National Bank of Jacksonville Fla :
for coal In the way of ..,, 'S d.ya IS eu. M_ ..
FLA.
payments
Address,all communications to cheap transportation, made a care of: "'- Jr..,.........o..... ..rITUSVILLE,
a ADVOCATE -- -
--=
EAST COAST c oil burning
ful series of tests on
TITU.VI...... FLORIDA. Oil at that time bad been used I In SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY

-- -- -- England and Russia for l locomotiv TilE

U. 8. Department of Agriculture fuel, and tbe Pennsylvania Railway
Weather Bureau-JupHer,Fls officials were able to profit by the' Sold by B. B. WILSON &; SON, TITVAVILLE. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
experience of the English and Ruaian ---------- .--- ------------------- ,

The following is a comparative statinent engineers so that. they had *
of temperature and rainfall for the little dlillculty in getting satiafac
week ending Tuesday,May 0, 1903. tory results from the oil so far aB Vitrified, Paring and Sidewalk Brick....,
-1O-:' -1902DATB. :- A.
concerned
combustion was says
MORE SHOULDBE
:. MAX. MIN. MAX. MID Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No.26
20 78 (II I!) 83 73 L. Williston, in the Engineering' Offices foot ot Hogan Street, ;
30 71) 61> 83: 70 Magazine. The official report of J. 'K. :MUNNERLTN, General Manager.;
1 78 <>2 8:1: 74 the tests show that the oil burningwas t
2: 82 72 M N3: 74 70 an ideal method of firing,easily; DONE TO
72
83:
4 3 Hi (17( 8:1: 00 regulated and always under perfec By
6 83 0(1 84 (I Iii control. It gave absolute freedon President < McMurray & Baker
Total rainfall for the week: 0.00 from smoke and cinder, and, at the I M PROVE THE ,
rainfall for the CROVER
I Departure from normal price of oil which then prevailed, I It
I(, from week:normal minus, rainfall 0.80 laches.since January Departur 1 1, was thought that there would be, CLEVELANDt I to t 4O1-413 East Bay Street. ,- Jacksonville, Florida.

,-, of the system, I a
Inches.
plus 8.32 on some parts NEGRO'S *
'
M*** ** Makers and Jobber of-
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(j,:' HAL P. KABDIN, Observer. slight economy as well, when al "+ U* -

t"\' --- -- --- -- ---_ -- .. things, especially the handling ol '
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t:. the THE State:) bill\ of dividing Florida the into counties eight judicial of. and coal repairing and ashes of .and the the locomotives cleaning, CONDITION'() GowIGM.I 903.b,Rwtwood.N.Y. Vehicles, Harness, Carriage and Wagon Material l,

circuit, which la an Inoreaai were taken into consideration. s Saddlery, Rubber Tires.

of one circuit, baa been passed bj; But the road on all Its branchef O --- First-Class Repairing and Painting, &c. &c.
'. then using about 8,000 tons ol
Jones will nov was
the House. Judge
ol T IS FOOLISH FOR US TO BLIND OUR EYES TO THE
hold Circuit Court In Urevard, coal per day, or an equivalent t -- ---- ---- --
only barrels of oil day. Il 1 FACT THAT MORE SHOULD BE DONE TO IMPROVE
,j:; '. Dade counties., Voluela, Orange und. Oaceoh was 52,000 estimated that if any per, consider ig THE CONDITION OF OUR NEGRO POPULATION. 'Screen Door & Window Frames

,', able of this amount of 011 5 ,
i portion r4 And it should bo entirely plain to all of us that

, I TUB concession street at thWorld's < was to be used it would so with enhanceIts the the sooner this is undertaken the sooner will a seri We have just installed special machinery for the manufacture of.screen daatnd
- will be mile ir price, In accordance window frames and can make them In all sizes Myles and designs.Can
; Fair over north a ol laws of supply and demand, as ti ous duty be discharged and THE :MORE SURE cover them with plain green wire, galvanived wire or POMPEII.H
; length. Beginning just make advantage of the oil FUTURE BRONZE Screen wire cloth. Write for prices.
extend any LY WILL WE GUARD OURSELVES AGAINST
F11 1 the center of the grounds, 1'urning'disappear.l The idea was EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY,
," .... southward nearly half a mile, TROUBLE AND DANGER.If .
ing therefore, for the time, abandoned General Office at Eau Gallle, Fla.
v ". t, it will sweep to the eastward antI Some live or six years later the we are to be just and fair toward our colored fellow citizens, Yards at EAU GALLIE, TITUSVILLE and FORT PIERCE.Hodges _
"; and
: terminate near the Government
State buildings. It will form a dl. Chicago, Burlington and Quincy and if they arc to be more completely made self respecting, useful

rect avenue between the Government investigations l Railroad[ made, but a similar at that series time the of and safe members of our body politic, THEY MUST BE & O'Hara,

f i. and Horticulture building. relative price of oil and steam coal'I, TAUGHT TO DO SOMETHING MOUE: THAN TO HEW
...Manufacturers and DealersIn.| ..
I was such that those in charge de- WOOD AND DRAW WATER. Tho way must bo opened for
I QUIt mailing agent will soon be I sided that a change was not desirtble. Roufrh YELLOW PINE LUMBER
AND
Bending out bills to all delinquent They came to the conclu them to engage in something better than menial service, and their Dres and Red CYPRESS ,

.'. ..ublcrlbEorB."Ieale look at the don, too, that If they were to use Interests must be aroused to rewards of intelligent occupation and Orange Box Meads, Fnilt and Vegetable Crates. Mouldiogs, Shingles,etc
b date upon your paper or wrapper,, lit as locomotive fuel over the en- careful thrift. Mills and olllce located at Buffalo Bluff, Kla. ''rltela for prices deliveredto FitThe
Bluff.
and see If your subscription is due, would need about any part of the State.: Address: Hodges fc O'llaia, Buffalo
/ ;ire> system, they I
If we do not hear from our subscribers I believe that tho exigency can only bo adequately met through
all the oil that was being produced
\r. within a few weeks after it that time. : the instrumentality of well equipped manual training and industrial Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the Stets

C'v their subscription has become due-,, I schools, conducted either independently or in connection with ordinary
their liable to be removed
names are PU UILA
SOME think that makingi institutions.
men by educational .
It i from our mailing Hat. I great stir for a little time they Wm..A.: : Sours: cSs Co.
I AM CONVINCED THAT GOOD CITIZENSHIP, AN ORDERLY,
will gain a permanent advantage,
IT certainly is surprising at the This is far from the truth. How CONTENTED LIFE AND A PROPER CONCEPTION OF CIVIC VIRTUE 4 GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS,
rapid growth of Jacksonville since lulckly a thing is forgotten if It,is AND OBLIGATIONS ARE ALMOST CERTAIN TO GROW OUT OF A'AIR ,
the disastrous fire which swept tot Continuously advertised I It is CHANCE TO EARN AN HONEST, HOPEFUL LIVELIHOOD AND Fertilizers
4Y nearly everything before It in 1001. laid the public have bad memories I (V SATISFIED SENSE OF SECURE PROTECTION AND CONSIDERATE. Flour, Grits, Meal and
Jacksonville I is ahead at a I, >'< .
forging but,perhaps they-try to crowd too TREATMENTS 1ST. LOVUI.MOo 112 EastBay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.iRts.
h- rapid rate, which proves her people
Into then One event
push usurps --- -- --- ---- SyeteaP.
ar are by no means slow. Since the mother in Importance and the pan. for l'uJ'lnlFeed.. Warehouses on tracks of S.A. L. R'y. and Plant

Ore of May 3, 1901, 3,000 building rams of daily incidents diverts
permits have been issued. Thia 1 111
the mind from ceaseless concentrn-
an excellent showing, and it goes tn ton on one particular thing, Day, Jim Dumps was a most unfriendly man R-u.hlman: & Co
J that Jacksonville will still .
q prove >y day the happenings increase in Who lived his life on a hermit plan.He'd .
hold her own as the metropolis ol
and .and the
lumber
Importance,
never stop for a friendly smile,
2fll Washington St J NEW YORK.
Florida. Long she flourish.
may public mind Is ever being conduc. But trudged along In his moody style 03 Murray Street. ( ::.. N.Y.
f ted to .a new channel of thought Till "Foroe"one day was served to him- 1
THE Confederate Decoration Day and consideration. The necessity : Since then they call him "Sunny Jim...
was on April 27th, but we under. 'or continuous advertising w"..
stand the day was not observed ever more pronounced than at thf Florida Pineapples I

I Tituavllle. It has been suggested >Ireeenttime. A passing flash causes
,I' that the Confederates and .
to us >ut a moments reflection. Permun
Federals Join hands TItusville on ent; drive-it-hotue advertising In OUlPECI. I.LT3i'. .
the 30th ""yof this month, and he ADVOCATE make an impression reprewni .
celebrate the occasion by honoringthe hat lasts. We represent several of the largest shippers In your State, and wish to

memory of the dead soldiers of you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 30 years.
the Republic. The 30th of May In GOVERNOR Jennings has scored -
each year has been set apart for ..mother victory for Florida, In the TtM Resdyto-8ern Cvttl
the purpose of lauding the brave'D fact' that the general land otllce of ESTABLISHED 1870.

deeds of the departed soldiers and he United States! Government has a better builder

strewing their graves with the slued a patent to the State for than vacation.
a
M. Lane & Son
choicest ( owen. What say the 1,000,000 acres of land in the Ever. : ,
Confederates and Federals to the 'lades. These lands lie south of

P suggestion of honoring the memory Lake Ok chobee, and include not
dead soldiers both aides? 250 WASnIXGTOS-.STREET: NEW YORK.
of the
p* on only the Everglades, but the man-
.._ .f I..
If Tlr
grove; swamp section, further south.
t A MONO the important bills Intro. L'he' State of Florida Is not only the of age."I am 1 has conddermbly of lat*: beeD advanced almost towards rjuTentd eighty by y..tkBM rt. Southern Fruit and Produce

duced Into the Florida Legislature richer by the sum of nearly 11,000, of your: very eio: .llrnt preparation, which you hare
by Senator W. A. MacWilliams, of (00( recently received from the U. rightly: dealffntUd as 'Force.' Never"E.tir CiTTMBMOLm..of It. "

.. St. Augustine, were : A bill to 13. Government, but now she has, o OJXl.JXl.1ss1oq.: : : : : Mercharits-:: : : : :
punish persons guilty of the deliv. been enriched by the acquisition of

sty and transmission of false and 1,000,000 acres of land. Well, Gov.'ennlngs "W-1 FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.Stencils .
t libelous statements to newspapers; should get some creditor
f and a bill to provide for the levy of hia labors in the above acquia Cards and our quotations furnished on application.
taxes for the years 1003) and l\ 0l, tone, which will be of considerate -
l and providing for a special tax in benefit to the State. ALL KINDS OF -

certain counties,not to exceed: three -
mills, for the purpose of construct TRAVELING IS MANOEROUStoastant .- Mason M. Clark
I ing hard surface roads, when the motion jars the kidney which ,
la In the delicate JOB PRINTING
Commissioners desire. are kept place body by
County so ttachmentj. Tot is the reaaon that ,.
i Senator MacWilliams has been successful ravolers, trainmen, street car men, team. Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant.
in having both these bills .ter and all who drive very much auf.fer -
t and have been from kidney! disease In come fl>rm.Foley' .
passed, they
very KldneCure strengthen the Neatly, Cheaply and Expeditiously SPECIALTIES :
favorably commented upon as be. Idney* and cure all forma of kidney
ing two excellent bills. The former and bladder dJ...... Caw E. Itauaan, Extra
is something the newspaper pro vcomotlfe engineer Lima, O., writes. Executed at the office of the Early Beans and Vegetables.
, prietor has needed for some time; "Constant vibration of the engine caused I II I
me a great deal of trouble with my kid. Florida and Grapefruit.
while the latter is much appreciated neya, and I got no relief until I used Fo- EAST COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVILLE. i Oranges
by advocates of good roads. I le,',Kidney Cure. bold by Wl ibon. 110 Murray Street and 166 West Street, NEW YOBK.

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: COAST ADVOCATE MAY 8, 1903. I 5



deb Jensen. Eden. GEORG MARX. JOHN MARX. I
\FOLD RELIABLE e tr

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Rev. L. J. Sawyer, of Tibbals, held divine Some of our people have been lit with r 1VI.A.R ::BFi:<>S.
K service _
at :
our City Hall, Sunday colds, but me now much better. iftI"

Q4 leo. E. Coon has a new packing hou.e.I I Geo. WHOLESALE
He Saunders Jr. of Fort Pierre, has GROCERS
keeps with ,
up the procession every been here a week assisting his uncle In .M /
time) "


,ca Geo. R. Lyman the enterprising: toma. the The pines.Card Club met at the home of Mr. Fruit and Produce Jobbers.

00 Ov..; this to grower week. of Lantana, paid us a visit and evening.!Mrs. John Miller last Thursday


IJLINGP Mrs. Frank Idner of West Palm Beach The Ladles' Aid Society met at the --- Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Is visiting her sister, Mrs. O. F. Wolf for : residence of Mrs. John Miller last Fri '
"
a few days. day; afternoon. LOOK TO YOUR EYES. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED. i

I R. D. Hoke has returned for good this Mesdames Blake and LeTourneau If suffering from any eye defects or weak ,
were
time, and Is now very much at home out on a calling sight call HC my new well-appointed optical -
expedition to
i with his numerous friends. last Wednesday.Mrs. Jensen 'Institute. Special complete lense PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY. [( Vj,

M bj46 Capt. William Jackson grinding outfit In connection. Seed Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In season C f Ii; *
a prominent John Miller went to Miami last I'
attorney of Daytona dropped down on I Monday to attend the meeting of the DR. E. H. ARMSTRONG L gIp"We solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables. 1 l)|I'/[

Monday to see his sick friend, Capt. J. State Horticultural /Society and visit 11 Laura St. Jacksonville Fla. .. .. r.1
McLean. ---- -- -- -- --- t
POWDERAbsolutely her niece, Mrs Chas. Campbell. '1

Archdeacon B. F. Brown, of Tltusville Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Merwln and Chas. FAVORS BONDING FOR GOOD ;

Pure held a most beautiful and Impressive< Mast returned from Rockledge last week, Melbourne ROADS. LOOK OUT )

communion service at the Episcopal In Mr. Merwln's trim little sloop. The ,

IS NO SUBSTITUTE church last Sunday. weather has been perfect for sailing, and FOR h7AL.ARM. r f

ERE Some of our largest pineapple growers they have had many delightful sails. JENSEN FLA., May 2nd, 100!!. II.,.,
Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE ,',
--- are putting in motor cars on their places We Inadvertantly omitted to mention the pink paper of the East Coast, will be Editor East ConIC .ofd.ot'"tt: An epidemic of Malaria Is mire to follow : t l ,

for handling I their fruit. '1'blsl8 a decided a treat which our people enjoyed Tues received at the Melbourne Postoffice.GOODK By an editorial In the Cocoa and Rock- the wet season and the high waten i h.. ';
'Stuart. advance and will prove a success. day of last week; the visit of missionar E i
News I that which\ have all the I
ledge see paper Is propar. prevailed over :,
f We are pleased to that ies-Hev. Broad and wife. Their stories 1 A OOODK.-Rflal Estate and Lo ni. .;.
learn Capt. J. Ing to take a stand and make a fight to a South. Malarial and kindred fevers : 6;
of life
among the Iroquois Indians weiomost Anent: for .Vtna, London and Liverpool and

Lmatoes, are !going out on every traln of McLean danger everybody's, nnd will\ be friend able ,toalti-udto Is now! out I Interesting, and the Indian songs OIo1ro.1'rovtdonce Insurance. HpeoUl' Wa attention Mnnton; and paid Hun to Fire the any finish purpose.against!' bonding In 1HD.1,the when county there, "for was will develope to an alarming extent. .J ; f:1:i

platform U piled up.wlth them everyt. the shipment ot his pines In a few days. were much appreciated.A iaMrenuof nou-reshlent.. a proposition to bond for the purpose of General health conditions will be bad; f \ I

t. Our telephone service Is now complete number of our people were fortunate building a shell road the full length! of every precaution should be taken. ,i,1' \\1'
In to be DR T.. A. PEEK-pnv'ft'fAl'f' ANTS HPHOKONRMldenre the the writer to
Parks Is now busily engaged to.Fort Pierce and working l enough Included In the number county was opposed
mli .
>< fully ,
which, will invited to the Tibbals Melbourne. K au Halllw, Tuesdsy some for reasons which have since ben The System Mutt Especially .. Fer.tlfl '
ierlDK bill' honey crop, Hurrah fur the pluck and enlerpilsa of Country Club last and Friday afternoons. ';,1' II'I
bunt to two tons. the gentlemen who giivu It to im. "Ma; Friday evening to participate In a progressive overcome, or removed. In that controversy .*: to Resist H.lsrlel Attaeks. f, 1

here Tues- they live long and prosper." euchre. Mrs. W. H. Harris entertained ,Mr. King, who has spent the winter at I stood with the News, and fought : ;
r. Baker, of Jensen, was which Is a guarantee that each Melbourne the proposition down I believe now, ns A trial of fifty yean has demo llltrat't' 0 t

with his launch, having some need I. '!1'. Lewis, of Ocalu: has been withus one felt at home, and had a delightful York. Beach left Tuesday for New I did then, that It would have been a dls- ed that for thin eiuvrgrucy, Dr. 1 Car I : 'Iter'

epair work done. for a week or BO, enjoying I Ibis delightful time. aalrous calamity to have shouldered the.
Iron Tonlo has no equal.( Iron lathe ; .
Informs us that he will climate and booming our magnificent/ C. T. McBride has men and teams filling I responsibilities and obstacles that surrounded 'r, .
A W Bessey ,
In. Ii. hotel next Monday, the llth pineapple plantations. Every body i Is Owing to the Indefatigable efforts of C. In his lot an the corner of Front and the enterprise I\t that time. DurIng fighting; element In the blood, and
A.
Robinson
glad to see John over this way. the Congregational church Main street. the seven yours since the defeat of the kind of Iron supplied by' Dr. Har '4
I the glimmer\ season.iipt at this Is
place, an assured fact. The '
August Warner made his first lumber Is all the Messis. J. T. Hood N. and the 1 bonding hurrah a great deal tel"'. Iron Tonlo Is Just tho kind the .a
McNeil ba8 been busily engaged shipment on ground, and the Doney has been done and learned which If 1
1 pant week screening the Stuart\ house of DOW pines on Monday. They were building Is commenced, and we will soon H. G. Snedeken are spending l a few days jumped Into lit that time, would have In- system roqulrea to BUcccHxfully' combat

B the Methodist church. full and ripe ones, too. Xo green fruit have a ringer pointing to the sky Mr. at Melbourne Beach. volved the county In litigation and unnecessary miiliirlul conditions. Don't watt untilyou

Lao and G. W. Thomas recelv- for Mr. Warner. It does not pay and he Robinson has the sincere thanks of all Standford WelU, of Jacksonville, I. on expense and In all probability arts attacked. Take It now find for s
Craig knows it. Hid fruit Is lu splendid con the church members and their friends.
a visit to lit* Mr. and Mrs. W. the county would! have had a large bonded -
|a carload of lumber this week. They dlliou, and will bring top pilcos. parents Ufy'ourllt..ui;; It Is an absolute snfVgimrd
We supposed when heard of T. Wells. His many Melbourne friends Indebtedness, and! most likely, no
work we a three
both hard at building. and, at the mime time, It (la the best ,
And now pineapples; are going out mill tax levy for educational purposes are alwaysgUd to have him here great amount of shell road Now the ryp
ackerel fishing has been poor this every day. Nearly all of our glowers we were to have an extension of the cost of road building with the different tonic and Invlgoront for the' entire BY""
Mrs. T. R. Hicks with her and
niece
Ek. There are any number of fish, have sent a few crates of the luscious school term to eight months, Instead of Miss materials nccesslblo have been ascertained t(>lJ1. Ou the other hand, quinine disturbs + i P
nephew Somliler and brother have
I they cannot be persuaded to bite. fruit to our northern friends, and from four, but It seems It Is. for school build moved trollllSllbnatJl\n. and are, now right of ways have been CHtab'Uhed' the system and Its cumulative

k U Ball's t father and mother are vlsL this time on things will, hum down this ings. We ha"e a new so now located up In the McCoy house. We and secured until we have, with a few pnlHott begets greater physical trouble 1
The Is magnificent and prices that It la not even finished. tend exceptions, roads located where t
!him. They are from will crop Le a welcome to this pleasant familyDr. imP than those It Is t.
6hisdrection employed )
much pleased with continue good too, you may be sure coutilbuted all the labor and county should l be. We are now up to the remedy. i

Ivory the lumber. The district was surveyedby Win. IJrnnch, brother to Mr. E. P. oration of what is this busu method! (bus- When a !bad case of chronic Malaria ,,

jibe :SUte.: Our old friend' J. E. Seery has returned a competent man, and the school Branch, left TuomUy for his far away In"811 method), of securing at the earliest already exists, take HR HAIITKIV3FKVKR d'
of West Palm Beach was from his trip abroad, and once more home In Dakota ditto good Hiibstanclal. hard
C Jones placed three miles from the Jensen llocarno Melbournelast practical a and i
AGUE
iown Monday. Mr. Jones I. a build- Is hard at work with his pineapplos. lie school but now It seems the Jensen fall In poor health, and leaves here surface, for the roads we have laid only SPECIFIC. It la ,

I contractor and thinks of moving here Is In the best of health and says that school Is to bo moved away from the very much Improved and looks a well The writer wire of the opinion that a law guaranteed to cure. Price 60 cento. '

o can rent a house. hereafter the great and glorious United children and put half a mile nearer thinplace man. allowing a special, tun levy In ouch district BUT JP< YOU WILL t 1 1Z
States is good enough; for him, and thai r
by petition from the people would
1 line Florida: Hitching a charming the garden spot of it all is our beautiful and our school moved half a mile The shelling/ the street to the Auditorium .
fund to
give siilllclont yearly construct -
ling lady from Sebastian\ Is here yisltrelatives. Indian River section. We regret that he but north.It don't It may be a very sensible thing la a much needed Improvement us these roads as we needed them, !!!!! DR. EIQI TEn w i
seem so. Seems If An-
| Miss Kltohing will spend did not bring his bride with him this trip. kona as for Melbourne people and for the many and lined his feeble Influence\ In getting
ought to have a school Instead of
[mttwo, weeks here. visitors who come to the Cliautauqim IRON TONIC/
If you want to see a pineapple plantation us. Those poor children have had to Let us all hope Town Council will such a law panned. The citizens of the p

'hat platform which we mentioned' that is strictly up to date, pay a visit put up with packing houses or any old have it done before our next session. nth district have availed themselves You Won't HII" MalaHa. Price fl

needed last week is to be built; the to that of John Sorensen! of Jensen: shanty. Let us have more months In this tax, but the process Is too slow and 1 It
,bur and nails being here and we exit Nearly every available foot of his forty ; our school term, and teach In our pres- Inadequate to build roiuls to meet the All dealers handle, or eend l to f>" ,

it will be finished this week. acres has a plant upon it, and to look at ent school houses or under the trees. WILL CURE CONSUMPTION, ever Increasing demand and needs for HARTEH MEDICINE: Co.. Dayton Oijj., ,

'red Hudson wife and and it, one would think that almost every A. Mermen, of Finch, Ark writes "Fo same. Under our present system we
children plant has a pineapple on it. Almost the What Is ley's Honey and Tar is the best preparation cannot secure money enough' at any timeto F' Houston, T.x. And IflCL
is. Foley's Cure
Jus. Hudson of Tibbals Kidney An-
A. were
for coughs colds and lun r trouble. construct but a. tot distance of sub P ..1 have nsed 1)r Harte"'a ,
entire Is under cover and in fine :
grove swer: It Is made from .
southbound a ofa
prescription .
|> on Monday's ,.", l In
senger8 n<
I know that It has cured consumption In stanclal road, and this Is rendered Impossible IrorT't''mn' my
im, bound for the Maglo City. condition. Convenient tramways run leading Chicago physician, and one of ramp y .-.I". >'''r''. .".1 t I..
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the first Sold Wilson Son. from the fact that every one demands .. .
throughout, arid every facility is made the most eminent In the country. The stages. by emheartllyrwommnriAlt, lr e .r.' e.)1
C. Hancock has his plant it little streak of shell In front of .. p artlenlartyvslusbl.towardoaina
'f. gas run- for the deliver of the fruit to his commodious Ingredients are the purest the ,
order and has his purest his house or hn promises to refuse to lariat and otbei fever !, s: ( ;
gin perfect now modern
house where
packing that money can buy, and are scientifically .1. R. tfAY", ,
tula house lighted which Is a great conveniences are found for sorting pack combined to get; their utmost value. THE "THIRTEEN CLOCK. I sign the next petition asking for another I Land and Emlcrstlon: Aft.,FrUooLJna, ) Ir

provement over the old style kerosene Ing and shipping. Mr. Sorensen has :Sold by B. R. Wilson' & :Son, Tltusvllle. assessment have of the special of tax. As a (.....p5,1.1.518.1.....MlliwiKI to frail,*..) I '
result, we miles poorly partlyconstructed .
tups. shipped a carload of pines to the market An Ingenious' timekeeping arrange-
during the first week In May. lie and in* nt exists today which was designed by shell and lock roads, that i -6 1
rohn Mlchalea and friend are out on a for of sulllclent :r
ne going to pieces want
of the his wife will take a much needed rest Rockledge.Mrs. that famous Duke of Urlduewatur! who FOR A NEW OCEAN r :
sting hip ou the upper waters money to save what we have already In. INLET ,
L Lucie. this summer by a trip to their old homeIn laced South Lancashire with canals and ,
Old Ironsides Is as
acting vested In the good oauno. Whim our general -

lulu lost., su there Is no danger of them gelpi Denmark.You S. II. Puck and family left for died was a a!treat hundred stickler years for punctuality ago. The! duke and tax and special RHSCuBinonl, we can The following petition signed by 143: ,/ I

g Petoakcy, Mich., their summer home, onTuesday's he was annoyed that the workmen on biN never get a good hard surface road-this residents of the 2nd and 3rd Cotnmlsnlon- f! t'

D. K. Wood returned home Sunday never heard of any one using FoleY'1I train. estate at Worsley did not return to work statement any man of sound mind who er'. Districts of Rruvard County, was Introduced : ; .

i>m Havana, Cuba. Air. Wood's healtha Honey and Tar and not being satis after dinner as as they left olT has given the matter any thought and In the Florida Leglilature t fi I
promptly on
tied. Sold! by H. R. Wilson & boo. Dr. Jessie M. Allen who has the care earn I the lesultof our several years exlendlture. "
very poor while in Cuba, but we are when the clock struck 1.1.Vhell: he Wednesday, April 2lth) 100U.HICIIASTIAN : 4 "'
of Mis. Koone an Invalid at the Plaza bound admit. This be
: Is to ( ,
leaned ,
to stale that he Is ImpI'ovlngI'hlly remonstrated he was told that while
left with the patient fur Phllade'phla time it U conclusion thatIt : FI.A. !) f t.
now. the workmen always hnuid the clock lug a foregone April 100.1.:

St. Lucie.Mrs. Monday. strike 12!, they often failed to hear the Is a failure, and the Iuj.tiam In a nutshell To the Honorable, The!''I..oate aod Ifou,e Jflf tt
Capt. J. (IL Andrews, of Tibbals had 1 Is simply this :-!Shall: we continue ,of Representative the HUte of Flor-
Mrs. Robt. J. W. Koons Brewster, single stroke of 1, The Duke of Bridgewater flt ,
BH good ship, the Dixie out on the mafia Conn., who who have been guests for along quickly found a remedy for this to spend! our money In this unbuslness- ida.: t

railway this week repainting the A. A. Ford and family left here time at the Plaza, left for Philadelphia difficulty lie had a clock made that like manner, going through the balance, The undorslgnod citizen. of the Stateof "1 '4l I\

tttom and sides. The Dixie: U the most last Monday to spend the summer in i 1'a., ou Monday. would strike thirteen times an hour afternoon of our pilgrimage; here with no roods Florida would respectfully call your .

Impletely rigged; vessel on the East Volusia county. and that clock proclaims 1 o'clock worthy of Use name, with no place to rids I attention to the conditions obtaining on r : ,

lost of Florida. Mrs. Eliza Russell was on the sick list Nolce Bristol, Mire A. A. Bristol and with a buker's dozen of sonorous strokesto a blcyo e, wearing out our horses, wag- this part of the Indian River during the I t t \Ie

The picnic down at the Gilbert's Bar several days last week. We are pleasedto Miss Mary Dullon left for Hlllsdale, N. this day. The "thlrtfen clock" Is one one, ourselves and finally die, leaving the I summer months. There are lome sixty ,

R.iclit Club house was a grand success. know she has recovered.Sample's Y., on Wednesday lost having spent the of the curiosities of Worsley Hall.Westminister .- highways the same sand bogs tbrough 1 sqiiar! mlltm of water connected with the I I J "
fie, winter season at their Rockledge boma.- Gazette. which we tolled and nuHerod as a ruoniment ocean by un Inlet twenty-seven miles j
day
was perfect and there was quite I
,
launch and eight fish boats shall
to our shortsightedness; or, away and only through narrow and .hal- ,
large crowd of people present. A great On Tuesday morning;, the families of -
left Fort Pierce.MondaYi; the Meet passedthe we, with the same business prudencethat low channels t
finy went in surf bathing. The dinner Messrs. Oeo. N. Hutch and Joe ljaxton wholly inadequate too ao- ;
Inlet going north ; we learn their des Quick Arr<;Mt. we exerche In our dally vocations commodate the In and outltow, of tides
I u) one of the finest we ever saw served. left on Capt. Itoge,s'.boat, the Cora, for dol1lrlllnatelllof ; '41 i ,
[he citizens of the St. Lode wish, to tination is Mosquito lagoon. Cocoa Beach where they will spend two J. A. Julledge.. of Verbena Ala., was when we are looking for this great body of water therefore be- I

['volt the club for the use of the club- There is but little attempt made at weeks on an outing hunting and fishing twice in the hospital from a severe case good roads as a return from the exercise cornell staltoaot11ud offensive, kllllun vast : I {

cosec: also, Mr.\ Olds for the use of his mackerel Ashing at present. The seasonIs and having a good time. of piles causing 2t tumor After doctors of our brains find arid enerjrl' accept In tl.eInation the numbers of fish, to the (front detriment I
'me, which berry about though Home claim thereare anti all remedies failed. Uuckleu's as we act of the health and financial, lonnof at least .
( the bathers found to o'br,
Dr. and Mrs. Hill, Mr. and Mrs anti matter sue behoove citizens: who are In- a dozen towns.
useful.I still thousands of them to be seen, Arnica Halve quickly arrested further inflammation -
but they will not bite. (Fritz Miss Alice Sunders:! Miss Mad- and cured him. It lerextfil In the mnieilul, progress andmwpviUy We, therefore would respectfully' ask ,
duck, Mrs. Barnes and Mr. Net-blt allot comment ofour both that the
aches and kills pain. le.To; at all drug. county, present State open an Inlet to connect
I Foley's Honey and Tar contains no Two pictures from Bridgeport Conn, Indlunola; and Bliss Gertrude Bream md |puspec'Ive, thus leaving, to posterly these waters with the ocean, And appropriate

j'Mtes' and can safely be given to cnlll' were sent to Saint Lucie a few days ago of South Rockledae composed a lively gists. Hum"lhlnl fur which they can rise up two thousand dollar* (M.uom: ), for I ill f

''lln Sold by B. R. Wilson & Sjn. one representing the Chase family, the I party on a cruise down the East Coast and call us blesaed.f 1 think the Is'ter' that pin pore. I t j .1.1

other their home. These were unexpected last week. They went as far as Fort BRKVARU: COUNTY TRiA8UIU: would he more creditable to the clllzena : I j

presents and greatly appreciated. 'Lauderdale stopping! at a number of STATES!ENT. of lirovurd county and 1 have enough 5,

Fort Pierce.Services places going and coming. They were on May lot, duos confidence In the business judgment ..the A Nuro'Flung.it I
wife of Viking
Major! Daniels visitors and in ,Saint Lucle, hood the steamer Canaveral and had Balance cash on hand Apr 1.t.1aa.2.1)52) 4(1( mwjoilty\ to believe they are too thor In Rftlrl, thru nothing I is. sure except J 1

I were agreeable took a trip with them Dr. Hill's launch. They re Amount rwwlved in April| IUTKI /1 70 oughly In touch with the snlilt of enter. luuth ..n.ltlL."", but time I I. nut altoKetli- I
were held here Sunday by the last Sunday. The Major a moat delightful time. -- IItlfll'roprp"", to thuulhllell..ly. turna
port prlOie : er true. Dr. !
F 11'. Mr. Weatherwax of Eden. with Capt. Chase and IUD In their launchto Total. ..... ..... ...I7WH 10L0M Kind's New Discovery for : t)
.
deaf the demand for roada.h
w.rrants In April lacI.and \ ear to good Consumption Ua sure cure for all throat 1
Hutchison Island while Mrs. Daniels The May Day exercises at Oleander paid ,
I A large number of the fishing fleet has with Mrs. Chase. Point were all that one could wish for. delivered loG'niinty Coiural.nlon: Is well. to have a thought ss to ana unt and lung troubles 'Thousands testi ., r 1
spent the day Ire and School Board. W.B4S/ 311* Inl to be liquidated the fu- "JI
J'tior points up the river during the The exercises began about 10 a. m. Dr. obligations fy to that. Mrs.' C. II. ViinMetre of : j
,
Hummer months. We learn Mr. Tedder, who is In the W. L. Hugblett pregldlng. The lIon. S. Balance on band May Jut, lam ... -4.VH MAKOV lure but It I II also well to weigh these S heDhar1 t)son, W Va.. my "I had a ,: I f

1 employ of the Tltusville Fish and Supply D. Brudwell was the orator of the day ropoHltlons carefully, but broadly for severe vase! of HronclilHs and for n year "
County Commissioner J. F. Bell left his bride HALANOB l" HELD At WLLOWSIDoiKMltad much the condition of
Company of this place brought depend. on our tried everything I heard of, lint got: no I .
and his excellent address was listened to Hraviird
/ Stale
Jimday oared to attend the meeting of the here to live .soon after their marriage. with much Interest. The address was jtunk.a. |In per. f..I.. ....'.County rertlnoiito, attached publIc thorotigfarea as to the pleasure relief. One bottle of Dr. King's New
at
Tltusville.f. ... I They will occupy the small cottage; belonging Followed by a plcnlo dinner to which to monthly report and cub* and also the profit we get out of our bus.loan. Discovery then cured me \

Mr f. and :Mrs. Card were I to John L. Howard, of the Clyde the large crowd did ample justice and Inufe..4.tII'I'\14\ The Cocoa and Rookledge News It': Infallible for Croup Whooping I ''t 1)

i Tuesday. Their many friends herere Steamship Company. there was enough for all. After dinner; BALANCE Br.JAJSOI.X0' 'Lowe' TO tCounty HACII VOID A* rOL- III same Issue In which, It Indicates"Its future tough, Grip Pneumonia. and Consump ,I

\ always glad to see them.A. The Saint Lucie school under the able the sports began among the young folks Rovenoe-<1.nerai Fund,.( HIM policy of being gln bonds, pub- tlon. Try It. Ills guaranteed by all ,
clones and fast and furious until 4 Wad and Brldg, Fund. .. ._ Y (HIMnlldlnif lI.hea. edltorlaly. the following under dnimrlnta. Trial bottles free. Reg. :
T. Weaver and W. W. Tubbs two management of Miss Eula King raged o'clock. :: Kund. 1014 the caption of "A Good Roads Hormon:" al lze.. folk, l.OO.. \. o
i"pected members of the Woodmen of the 7th. Miss King baa surpassed the The number of young men and boys takIng YIwan.i:: forfeiture Fund .... Ill 3HFeeding "Before we bad rock and shell i tTITUSVILLE'S
any
ie> think she has : In these sports, was noticeable. "lIOn..a Yund I11II --- ".
We part
I of all.
world
: cam nda expectations ffum. Road J'nDd.lIi..w. OI..t.No.. 1.. 4704j roads between this place and Rockledge/ ,
Pennsylvania thelat. and has accomplished There were a number of prizes won by .. ..
I'm former for and striven to do her duty N N N e : nj II a two mule team pulled sixteen boxes of TRAINS. .
fr for :Savannah. We wish them more than was expected, and no the contestants, and there was mach .1 N Of ? N N ... .... 3Ier OeN from there here to be loaded on .

|ucceiis in their Journey and trust every they doubt every one would be very glad to god natured rivalry In all the Itan.el.The N N N ".. "N "N N.. 6 4... ... .. 1,7MI 83S VII SI) the oranges cars, ariJ; It was about all\ they could .. '

r''ill\ return again; at a not far distant day. have her: teach here next year. Gun Club opened the day by their Prnloe.t,of iMCftuwil. Peron Fund.... I MO pull. No. that we bave hard roads The following are the times of arrival ''f ; .
shoot at the ground near the depot. County fO<'ho..l-fj..n..al. l run.l .... .. ...> M 14 and of t' I.
of mules departure train
The young people of Fort Pierce and In a recent Item we stated that T. B. The Interest In this was marked and 8p' clal Tax School Ulst.. No.l... .. ... .... :net hat same team pull thirty-live passenger to,and 'a.
launch .. boxes oforang.s over the same route I from Tltusville" : '.
t- I.ncie order for a .1.1 BOM r t
had placed an
Allen took
celebrating Day some good shooting place on the ..
May M i* M .. I a
fashion and Launch 4'J4rt with greater ease than they formerly ..ou'vesoowD.WvesTltusvllleforMlamland.
Mta an old with the Indian River Boat The crowd '
fish fry and plcnio rrounds. was a good one.
tTen-l1le creek. Company. This was correct and not "a and Total .. .$440784 pulled II x teen. Let doubters figureagain" I a oM pro i I ,
f The day being an Every one was pleasant sociable. I Intermediate I I
I I with' the News points BC MJM m
visitto quite agree p
heal! one, was most heartily enjoyed by mistake. After Mr. Allen'Ssecond The dinner was a fine one. The barbecued Jon Hcsitr, Count Tr.Mur r. 1
felt obliged to decline the hat the above Is "a good roads sermon, I OBTMBOVID. 'I'i.tCLanTlta..lll.
I '
participant*. A bounteous dinner them they beef was/ excellent. The fish were I
work and that our Illustration should sufficeto .for Jarhaonrllle .
of having more ISM' m '
pread On table erected for the work on account good. There was a plenty for all and no }
o rpose. could handle. After their refusal A Startling Test. bring every citizen In Orevard county and Intermediate point/ as 5 2.14: ; pml.Oflam ,.u I
The long drive through the than they one went away hungry. The Cocoa peole the front In behalf of good roads and *. Tlen/vllle 1 I
their to ; for Sanford I
light! went direct from life Dr. T. O. )Merrltt ofNo. :
Allen
sunshine and balmy air Mr. > made a success of It in short order To save a ,
spring Arrive Tltu.lII.! ( Sanford "
"*de ordered the If f present needs and condition are such rum t;:AI p.1D
the edibles seem to their office to Stuart, where be and deserve great credit for one of the Mehoopany, )'a., made startling which I think .
I' rpened appetites as vlvaads fit for the launch built. They entertain the kind best and most enjoyable May Day picnics est resulting In a wonderful cure lie bat bonding Is necessary '
be dissenting
log. Immediately after the repast was est feeling for Mr. Allen, likewise the had for a long: time.' writes "a patient was attacken with vIolent they are, there should for not roadl.W. a OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL- I

;:tr they returned to Flve-Mlle creek Stuart boat builders. hemorrhages caused by ulceration voice. Tours .good It. IlAHDKK.,: : ton's Itapld Calking Tool now In use

finished the day's sport ID drawing Made Young Again.' of the stomach. I had often found by boat owner In the United State

he finny tribe from the depths Of the A LESSON IN HEALTH.-Healthy Electric Bitters excellent for acute: Price $.00 and $.i.OO each at the ADo I

rek Toward the close of the after kidneys filter the Imparities from theblood "One of Dr. King's New Life Pills each stomach and liver trouble so I prescribed A REVELATION. yon will make VOOATB office, TItusTllle Fla. 1 II

nVifneT returned home, weary but and unless they do this !good health night for two weeks has pat me In my them. The patient gained from the Inquiry It will be a revelation to you 4

with the da's recreation.Poley's impossible. Foley's l Cure teens' again" writes D. H. Tamer, of first and has not bad an attack la 14 how many succumb to kidney or bladder I .
makes U oand kidneys and will po tlvely Demp.eytown, Pa. They're the best lathe months." Electrlo Bitters are positively troubles In one form or anoth.r. It the FOR ALl KINDS OF JOB PRINTING .Sit I'

form. of kidney and bladder world for Liver Stomach and Bow guaranteed for Dyspepsia, Indigestion, patient Is not beyond medical aid, Foy's remember the AD VOOATB office and

I aPted for Honey and Tar peculiarly core all It strengthens the whole sys elA. Purely vegetable. Y.vergrip.. Ony 'Tonstipation and Kidney troubles. Try Kidney Cur. will our. It neverIsappolnt do not fall to send o* a share of your f

L o n mes. Sold asthma by B., R bronchitis Wilson wit and disease.tem. Sold by B. K. Wilson Son. 220 at all drugstore. them. Only MW/ at all druggist *. Sold by Wilson & Son. work. We will pleas. you.

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE MAY 8. 1903.

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Its I Tlienfumlulum wire does this 'Wood. y Florida Eas Coast i

: string, copper and Iron wire and \'ad, R.)

OUR other substances we found were attacked .
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Let Us Thresh the
K by the salt water and anIma:1
LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In
Effect
Matter OutNo life"The And experiment rendered uelp, are"i,being. conducted o April II, |19 9

SOUTHBOUND READ DOWN.
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nt niiK-nyne bay. Anclote key antJ fA NORTHBOUND- .READ It
Potash-No Fruit '
off Key West. The dealers are patti 113.89 No.11J STATIONS. I No 68 Neb

No Phosphoric Acid-No Seed responnlble for the poor| condition 01tbl' r ,bJ Dell DaII II u+t1J.bC3I 711.
.
No Nitrogen-No Leaves domestic sponge nmrket. The fish eor 100 11110. Lv..Jacksonvilla. ............ .A' ..
('rm<'" take nil sponges caught on their 1148. ............ .... .B.Jaeksonvllle............... ,Ill' ,i .I PIC
These three hooks large and small on the principle IrD 10M. ,....... ........,4I1KuIlUn. ..? ...... ., e ,, IIOP OM
else will, e681 1198a .. ......... ...... ... Has lugs...,... ...'...., 61,1( 1a
things must that If they don't Home one : 912p 114aa . .. .. S.Palatka.r.' .. .. 45Ba 11111I >>

be and the result U that the industry I II ;' CT : Tap-nol' Ar. .. . ... ... :..Vaatka............. .. v 1 ./'' '3e !
supplied ruined. The t-oiuiiilnHlon U doing this '1 II: _: L" .. .. :. ...... .......tk.. ... . .- ......A' 690aS Ri000i

to your soil. work only to show the! proper way to gtiCh I-tai 1 80 .. ... .\ ... .. .. .....tlan Mate".......... .... .. ; tlIt c
t lOll: : !fa L.... . .......Nan Mateo. ...... ....Ar e 211.. 0O
Write to us promote the sponge Industry, and tb e -: ii: D I7; .D 'Ii92pLv........ ... .... ... ewts..i; 4oa t'11rAt4a a 1
work U similar\ to that done In topropagation .. III 1I88\> .. .... .... ........Bunnells.......... ........ .. 4M.. "
and we will and culture of the oysteiWe OW BrOR' 1\: Up .......... .. ..... Dupont...... .... .......... 134 01 t
end you _Z ZI&. BOB 114p ....... .. .... .... .Orm..nd.................. .. lists t"O 1pTR908p
will demonstrate the method to the .. .. 171' .......... ... .. ...Daytuna................. .... Le 141 : ;
some books dealer and then let private entorprls C: 8 II asp .......Port Orange........;........., ere( 310,II:
giving the F2160 007p ..................N.wSmyrla." .. .............. 950''I Tltprrziiu
4 take the matter up. ;: 1D18p 118p ....................OakHlll................... ... 114n :140t10.
gist of the whole matter Tb Te Is every reason to believe that U 30 GI P 9CAA ........ .. .......Tltu."Ue............... .. !134a 1':1-:
011 112
.: t 3G 8 ar p .. .. ..Cocoa. .................. JII t4
UKHMA KALI WORK tills will be done and that In a comparatively m ..> 3140 330p.. ..................:Roukledgo ,,......,......... U.e"a } 20pO'i
!*. !\I.1No. New Yerk abort time all the sponge needed a:1Ia: : 111111 ................. .. .. &................... It15a 101&:110&
w r .. ..III U23a13p .................Melbourne................... U "m :
to tbe United State will be -raised 1011. G31' .. .. .. .. ....Seb..AtI.... ..... .......... .. 11 12 01 II 0
In the water of Florida." QU/ II "I G n I' .........:...:.... 8t. 1.,1..1........:.,_........ 10 D1PI 11 !111)1at1
: I- 9185 I(8p.t...... .Ft. Pierce... .. ....... 10CSp 112UalaOZ. :
-- 9sea ...... .. .......... ................... ( lip 01ea0Ia '
For Constitution nnd Iiidlffestloi Tri-Wcekly Sailings ... 918 018 p .. .... ..... ... ..Eden.. ................. II 31 .( / O.
: : a. 11411. 11111' .............. ........ J.n.... ..... ........... AlP I" 3J. 1lal
Try a bottle of our world's laxative, Al mW'; 109a OSOP ... ........ .Stuart .... ............ B1tp :Ii/tea 8I1a.....
colets, at all druggist fi. K. Wilson &i NEW YORK.Calling DoIII 859a,0611....,...... ..... 1Iobedound.................... 841V :"G14aA064a :
Free andAcce"'ted' for TItusvllle mailed to BETWEEN JAGKSONVILLE and TIOp....... WeeSJupiter....... .. ......... 8 "I' 9t8a)0
Son agent or 1.. N 11 11II.1111' ........Wart Palm Beach................ ..
:1 Masons. any address on receipt of 1ktsinstamps. 11I11I 11 M. 10 p ...... ..............Bo'oton ........... ....... itS.. II 11211.1'
Address" The Afoo Chemical Co., Jack. at Charleston. S. C., both ways) .kIOils: : Slip.... D.ir..y.... ... ... 86)0ik :
I- e 01. 8 OS I' ..........: L..ud.-d.I.................. .. S 031' a ?
konvllle. in the Coastwise Service :;) II ins 8251' ................... B..IJ..oCl..I.. ................... 139 7'31 a .
The Finest Steamships m 8 W. 8.8 p ..........Lemon City ............... ... 5 13 1
So
; Indian No. 00 ICE STOVES FOR SUMMER. ,77 W6 86' T'.A... .. .... .. ... Miami ...... .... ... .Vv. S co R ; I I5tBCIIFDULES

: The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. OF BRANCn LINES.
Invention For
Willie Moore'a Unique)
River % Titusville.Lodge. Uetrlns: plat \V.. fcr. Direct borvice Between

Florida. "Put some more 1 Ice In the stove; we Jacksonville Boston Pro nee and all Eastern Points SANFORD BRANCR. ORANoz CITY BRANCLly

be tile I No, I o. e.
must fcppp cool. is likely to remark avATtore. Bxarroae.
"o"l.n,1 fonrth Fri t
lu the
Holila
day of each uiAetiiifca uiontli a* their" n..w, Inilfan Rlvei i heard In the near future says R (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) D ai Daly_ Dsl Dell pp
100 ........ $ltnevlll..Art 1 10
a v. p _
Hutel Tltue Idle, at 7 i3H o'clock p. u> I i Washington dispatch .to the New York ...SEMI-WEEKLY, ..7. .SAILINGS.. ... .. .... .from LewU Wharf Boston 7Ns Lv.M1m..A 7p __ __ ? ? 1O ,
J. 1. Carrnther Worehlpf .Vaster. Knnthhoimd.. ... .. .......... .. ...... ..
T. II. Aat." ler.. RIIulorve.rlea.. Heruld.VUlla. Nortbbound.. .."...:......... ........:: ... .. .. from foot Catherine Street JacksonvilleClyde 8as s Lvr,....... ]ntterDrtee.......,.Ar it 90 0 98 _It sea Lv.angi, City AArr 11: t66tpe0s
S. ,V.'arrelllunlor Warilim. \ Moore, chief of the United 1 r- , .,., _I lip 114asAr..Or.il Je. Lr 1210 R
RNa
J. M. Mxini, Tr'ftHiirer.
'S! r. A. :Morgan, Secretary* State weather bureau announced recently St. Johns River Line. No. 2 No 19 0 No,18 ,

,, M.. F. BrownChaplain.J. that his Invention for cooilnKrooina Sonlyy. 8u ly.Dally, ez.8un EAYPORT B8AN0H. I I Ustly Only l
R. Walker rienlor U aoon. Dill
the"mar Line.)
P. W. Roberta. Junior Oeaimn. would soon be put on (UeHary !
< F. M. Ta"lor.llttolor steward. ket Ills npporntiifl the "NeVo"-spell BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE; AND 'SANFORD. I00p 10Ma SC p 880aLv..Jaoksnnv111e.Ar .,. r Tots 11n 1
F. A. Liwley, Junior Steward. 908 1015a 008p 888 aLv..8alinks nvtlle.... .Lv .,., 75Ta 1211
11(. E. EDKlUh, Tyler.CULTURE It backward and It It oven-looks like Stopping: at Palatlta, Astor St. rranoU Herenfonl (DeLand. ), and intermediate landiQgiontlieSt.Jolm'ittiror. a40p 1045a 43p 900aLv..Pablo Beach. .....Lv .,.. ,, 7t0a 115a it pl
I, a IItoVt'.H.log\ a cyllndor of copper orgnlviinlziHl I48p ldsoa S43p 914aLv..AtlanticBeach..Lv...., 7ma ii it a is
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-- --- -- --. --- ) Iron with '0 door midwayIts STEAMER "CITY OV JACKSONVILLE. SOlp 11065 700p 08Ji.Ar.Msypore..Lv... ? tl46a utoa ItTheee

OF SPONGES. belKbt.; A nuHllum sized nevo la 0 IS APPOINTED TO BAIL. .A..*..FOLLOWS.. Sundays, Tuesdays and T3urdaysLeave Time Tbles show the tlm-s at which trap 's maybe exneeted to arrlvt anddr5
Leavs Foot Catherine Street,Jacksonville a3U: p. u> several atatlone but their rlval or at th, times
feet high and 2 feet In tlliuneter. Sanford 9:30 a.in.. .. .,.. ... ..... .. . .... ...... Montla> W..ln".dlly.alld"'rldIlY...Northbimnd.lleil nor from dose the the Company hold Itself responsible a ueparlnre for any delay or any consequence nate.l N not arienR guartniw

Oul1I1II1I'f'<1 pounds of Ice broken to Boutliboiind. SCHEDULE: Head. up. from.
dawn
1 the IIlx.l of furnace void nnd mixed In a Leave a30 p.10. ....... . ....JAf'K ONVILI.K .. .. .,.. .,. ... ... ...,. ..Ar'l"eVIO..m
Fish Commission's Work OffOTIBE 8.016 in.. .:...... ........ ... .. PALATK .. .. .. ... .. ....... Leave *.o) 1.1DIf KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
of I Is tbe
;
tub with !: <> salt p.
pounds . .... ... ....: .AllTon . . .... .... .. . 9aop.m
the Florida Coast. "fuel" uwd. The mixture U plnctnl In laoaTm...... ... ........ . BT. FIA41'N . ... ... . .. .. .. ,". I.OOp.1I1! PENSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT
EttFUILUlUELASIij ... ........ ... .. .. IUIII u'n MIAMI.
If ........ .... .... : : ( .r.
the JI(>VO. and a pipe lets out the Arnve8.30a..... ... ... ..... . .. .. BAN..RI.. .. ... .... ......., . . 1I.30..m In Effect April 16, 1903.
thawed 'water nt the bottom. o 10.00an... ... ... ........ KNTEUPK18E!: . .. . ... ... ........ .. 10.vO..m
From" the stove contra nlr of the t..m.pt'rlltllrp ---- SOUTH B:UNO. NORTH
TO RAISED
SUPPLY BE BOJNO.
HOME of I 18 degrees !'. Such a stove Cen'l. Passenger and Ticket Office, 2O4 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville. Lv Miami 8-in.Th.. ..... .. ........... ') LyB.an.lIfon., F I. .., U''"
ArKey WentS'in.,Thur. ..,......... ,?.. 'pl\ Ar Key Went fon..JI'rl" . RN
will cost' about $:1.1(K)) and will keep cool r. M.IRONMONGER..ra..A..t. Geo.l...... Agt. !iO4 Want Hay St..Jaoknonvllle. Flft.. LY West Sun. Tbur............. ..... 13 I' Lv Key West Tu..... Sat. .. ... 115ArHavaniMna.l'rl.
......4 .r a ........., the "'.11.4 n room in: by I 1\:\ feet ut it cost. of ftiO to THOS. D. ALKY JOHN., Local L. HOWARD Krt.Agt.,Superlntemlent.Jaoknonvllla Font C.Hoiran P.. LOVEL.L St.. ..lacknonTllle, A oot. BUit.Flft.. Jacksonrllle. .. ..... ..... .... .... 7''IK) ArMlamiTueeSat... ..... .. ... III

/.. .. Will BOOM u. am Exporter of $Tb; for a mimmcr. The Ice stove. maybe A. O. HAOKKTV Oen'l Ea t'a I....... Ant. New York CLYUK!: MILNK<, flfm. Frt.General Aft., New York.. For oopy of Loral Time Card or other Information add.... any Agent
General WM. f CLVUK I'd., Agents.Cheaebrough
Manager.
TIIEO. O. KOKK.!:
hud In various sizes,
__...-" IBmll_m Wire Knaibl) Hullding. State St., Oppualta Battery Park Mew York.
4 !: J. D. RAHNER Asat. Oen. Pass Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
,
; ,
r Ea..I....... to Over. __. Wme.llle. C. II. AVAL/TON. Agent TltUHvllle Fla.
( .. A Farmer Straightened Out.
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"A man living on a farm near bere T

Considerable progress U being mad came In a short time ago completely JB<> JEit.D E. C.
'by the United State government doubled up with rheumatism.\ I handed S a.dL JOHNSON .

through the Ilah commission. In the artificial him a bottle of Chnmberlalu'a Pain

propagation, of spongt growth Balm and told him to use It freely and If AIR LINE RAILWAY.
nut sMtifflrd after using it he need not
off the const of Florida mid tlio stu te Groceries and Fresh Meats
"
of .
,pay a cent for It, says C. P. Raider; KORSA.VANNAII ,
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t moot was made at voiumlMitlou the Fattens Mills N Y. 1 A few clays later .

other day that no. sucrcnnful. has the be walked Into the store as straltthr a* n COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND: re" of all kinds.

,, culture been that within u few ;year string and 1 handed me a dollar saying! WASHINGTON BALTIMORE. PHlI ADEU'IJIA. NEW YORK .
Rive me another bottle of Chamberlain'sI'ain
1 the United States will produce Jill the lliilni. 1 want it In the hiimte all I Three Elegant Trains Daily Fruits and Vegetables in Season.

spoe ge. voniiunitHl here with a baloney the time for It cured me.". For sale by Limited.

left over for the export triulo. BIIV* the all dl'll"J/I"8' and medicine dealers. Seaboard New York Mall Older Receive Prompt Attention.

Washington ('ollLt the present time Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. aoaod. a e w e FLA.
the sponge supply H far liolow the demand Dwarf Asales. n. Remler Flow.r.. I

and the United States Imports "We have the same flower thin Raster I' MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.

of thorn. that we had List. said a leading The Seaboard New York Limited Is a vi'tulbulod train composed exclusively IF YOU WANT A.
moat rt.'Iluln'd.The
.
florist at the national capital to a Pullman Equipment : Dining, Compartment Drawing Room Sleepers and Observation .

experiments have been conducted Washington Tout r >t>orter. "With the Cars, operated solid St.. Augustine and Jacksonville to New York via Wash.

for come time punt under the direction exception( of dwarf axulcas, I don't ington ; leaving St. Augustine at 12:10 p. m. and Jacksonville at 1:20: p. m. South

of Dr. II. F. Mourn omtlstunt com know of a Ingle flower that has not bound this trAin In known as the Seaboard Florida" Limited. Lot.
ONLY LINE Operating Daily ThroughSleepers Jacksonville to.New Orleans. .Building
tulfwlonerof fish utull\11b'rles. who has been.In. popular favor for the lust ten ..

devoted considerable hard work nod )'t'lIl'11. Azalea Lave been In vogue for sleeper
For Information call on any Agent
attention to the matter. The actual many year, but It was not until last
Seaboard or writeA. or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY,
work of planting sponges In the water fall that floriculturists succeeded luproducing I. .
.O. MAcDONELL, Asst. Gen.IJIIIII. Azt. Jacksonvllle.Florlda.Atlantic .
LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE
of the
dwarf !
a variety ape-
U
off the Florida under the count BupervUlon now belpg of Captain conducted vie bearing! flower! They will be -__ .____ n ___ _________ .. _ ._ _______ -- --- PINEAPPLE: PLANTATION: or TRUCK HARDt''e *,

James A. Smith of the Fish hawk used very extensively thIs year for \\ have for sale what .
probably seeking.
just you are
This vessel now in Florida, will return church decoration rind Raster flower

to Washington' at the close of. Its present generally Inasmuch ns a large numberof Coast Line l R'y Settler are flocking In but still there I III room. If you in

cruise about April 15. with a large dwarf azalea bushes. can be placed looking this way, drop a line to

ndfaber of Specimen. and considerable within a limited space, presenting a

dn"' The work accomplished by thaexperts very attractive appearance." The Great Through Car Line from Florida. JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rdVice.Pre.Went.

of the Hsu bureau has been T .
Too Far. to W.lk. JLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y
but surcti apparently has
unlip TO TIIK HAST.
Leading I.udy (cor defunct opera company FTA
ATJCUJSTINR.:!
crowned the effort of the commission. ST.
)- I wonder If .we'll ever be able Over Its own rails to Savannah Charleston Richmond and Washington, thence
aud two sponges will\ be made to grow to fly. Via the Pennsylvania., Kullroad. -. -. -- -- -
where only one could find lodging place
Manager-Well that' about the only
before. TO TIIK WKST.
J'IOII.lbl. way we'll ever be able to get
The sponges used In the propngntlon home. The Louisville A: Nashville via ;Montgomery. The Mobile A Ohio R. K. SOUTHERN RAILWAY

are the shevpaln'tul variety the most ----

valuable and( desirable sponge grown TO TIll! EAST VIA STKAAISIIll. _

In the world and one which tills practically Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York Pbiladeldhia Bos

( every commercial I UI.l't'lIlIlty. The ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New, York. Washington and Baltimore. Via Sa In Connection with Florida East Coast Railway. Effective January 14. HHB.So. ._

lucthod usetl In plautliiK them on the cenls vannah and Merchant and Miners' Transporttalon Company for Baltimore -
coati recta and rock of the trolll'alWIltt..11 aud Philadelphia.TO 3f' I No. aa I Xo. 34l| IIBT! 'VVEBV!: : J4CkaiNVILI.K; ASU SEW YORK I So-: 21.! :V. J *"Jl5
4!
7 Mp | U :a.411'It 49 a I L.vJ"ck"ouvilio. t "Ia.Southern Railway. ... Ar 9Wa 8 V J{
of the Florida coast has been 1 iaM: /| 1IlII: P / 11 Mf I LvauvannaU.ua .Southern Hallway.Ar A IHa I i010a ** l
evolved after many failure by Dr. KEY WEST AND HAVANA. "M.. I U aIII; 0 :lOp AhaI..Ue.; N c Southern Haiiway ....Lv S_BOp 4 :.!II. 1

I Moor. who baa at last hit upon a way Eight 'cents a pound Is Via Peninsular Occidental S'eamahlp Company, elDn1 I | 6 Ma ) Ar Itlulimonil.Va .... Bomnern Ka I way T rp125IIp-' IIa4ukp !

out of the illfflcultlos. which duel the lu lAal t 4iia | Ar\Vashingtun.I.C.. ..Southern Ila Iw..y. .. .Lv lOftlal3M JppI' .
what for II 3ft p 11 laa I II 00a |1 Ar Kaliiinor Mri. ....Pennsylvania. Lv' 1'1123 i
path of the coumiltuiloii when\ It 6rllt a young woman paid Connection Made Jacksonville for all Points il: Ma I 1[ 3!p l l 11 M a | Ar Fhilailehihla, ra ..Pennsylvania" R'y..Lv : |18( PIS; ;
undertook the work. twelve of flesh. 8 Ma .< :J'I| 1 41''pAr l| New York ... P Psnnsylranls'. .. Lv iaw' 112 I: klP' .1-1- .

"In planting the Hpottirc. said I>r. pounds MILF.AGK TICKETS.Interchangeable .....31 and ; :-"TheH.Mithern 1'alin Llmicwl arrive tUily except Momlava. ; leaves. iiatir"
lept AunilayH. *.OII. ;u: and 44-"New> York and Florida Kxureas.,:, l>aiiy tilning Cam
Moore "we have now found a scheme She was thin and weak anc mileage tickets Rood; over 1:5,000 miles of among the principal No 11II "nilao' "vta' ..htnyjou ..u dFlorldaLlwlted.", l>ktly.Ni .

which has proved *ntl factory. The railroad In the southern states', are on sale by the principal ngenU. : >.6 I Xo. l3l| Iletw enJI&Ck..vm..ndth.Non. and West >o. H- :

sponges are cut into small piece from paid one dollar for a bottle ofScott's For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A.C. L., or write, II :*> a 1 *lp |Lv Jai-kHonvilie.. t'la . .... Houihern Railway .. . ... Ar It..o 9 13atp lisp lID P
:3 I1n. ,Ar :Maoon Ga..... ... .. . Southern Railway. .. ..Ly\\, 110/; I a
one to two Inches In diameter. Thesesdiall Emulsion and by taking FRANK C. BOYLSTON Commercial Act. W. D. STARK Tray Pus*. AgtU8 6 Hip 1IlO.: ,Ar Atlanta ..... Southern Railway .. ..... Lv tll 5a I' 141 fII
fragments of the living sponge, West Bay St., Astor Building JACKSONVILLE, FLA.II. 10"Up 9 43 a Ar Chattanooga Tann.. .... ..... t'oautbernRallw..' .. .. . .Lvi 6 13 P 0:111'..15r:
doses had TMa 73Jp Arln..llIIl.tI.tlhlo.. .. . ., .Lv 8311' -
which are dark lu color with tho poresnoftred regular gained 51. E EMERSON Traffic ltIaDAlter.V'. J. CIIAIO Oeo'1.1'18II.AJ tent. -_ -. -- Queen&Cre.cent.- v-
:*>VS 8 ... .... ArHi 710a P
OTp I.vinolnnatl ... .. . Jill .
In the cured sponge: of commerce twelve pounds in weight before WILMINGTON, N. C. ao-p, I .7..I 10 a Chicago\...... .. .. ... 1"...... Lv I 3 I' \OO'P" -

I tilled by tienhy matter are firmly 914II 0iip I I Cincinnati. Ohio .. ... .... ", . .,Ar E45a G"PenllDly..nl"Llu"
fastened to pieces of coral rock and the bottle was finished. _ft 30 p 730a: ( r\'Chl..go.U\ ... ..... . ....on.yl"lInt..Un..A $4P 10011...
!
terra cotta brick and dropped over 830 a 8 4.1 aL 1iuelnnatiOhio.. .. .... ,. C II.* n_M Eight cents a p und is ttMpM .1 !M a ?' (Tloago, 111\ . ....'. CH1>-Monon... .... ....Lv _II so P 12..' !
board the work being done on board I JP- ll
M i -
T t'p a
1 8 ILv < Inclnnatl. (; H, -MlrblKn Central Ar fI I 88 2"
-
+ the fish comuitaHlon vessel."Thin cheap for such valuable ma a t r 2 20 P 1 5 l<> a Ar Toledo. Ohio.. .. . .. ... C H Ik.Mcbivan: Central Lv II ** .; T I F
iilumlnluui wire I III used to do _4 :2u I LI TJ*: Ar ivtroit Mich... . ... C H .'1< Mtchlnan Central v 10_
this, and In Idttlng upon this wire wt terial. Some pay more some 1.averitahledlaronotill. .beeith It loa....,. I In e i1 1 8 0o p I,v, Inriiiiiacl l. Dhia ... .... .. J'elln..vlv..nla Lines.ArrennnyUanlaLlnee. sr ,tea
more "hyel""l wrvekt 'bl\u probably; other It path b,441 p. i 5 S3 a Ar Pltubnrir, I'.. ... .... .. ... .. ....- L* I
solved the dltlloulty. The plccv of less some get nothing for 0050 Peenllar In Amerlc.n.. any one die.. N 30 a 9 30 p" Lv Clnc.nat/M'lo.- 1tig l Kour..c... . Ar 6'A' nil:
nvmijc| used have one outer skin Intact \ of tho WHY mula.ty? nelyhecuhn.9upon;: the first Indication 8 nopTMT! ..040ArClevelandOhio.. .. .... .. ... Htl ir L y 53eV 1/11
the
with the other edges raw. The latter their money. You get your as quinine or II. ddeadly p.tnm le usually scourged witbD 5 snpI Lv Lex'Ingto, I Ky .... .... ... Southern kal",-. ...-. .. .. "At 1" *" t 1-: P
r .mineral-calomel. 10 38 a I 8 IA p ArL..I..tlle. Ky.. .. ... . .. Knuthern Railway...... L> 7411 J lit'
heat. The
however quickly nlmulnlum money's worth when you buyScott's 7'eP.lt. HERBINEII.It' Dan Brous. It Ltu" IU all .... T Wi ArittUonl..3Io..... .... ., .. .. Southern Railway. ...... ... Lv 10 ". J>. d --

wire will of course, pierce the sponge .-1--. .. .. 1.1 5 31)p L''feiingtool, Y. .... .. .. tIoutb.rnRaIl..ay .. .. .. .. Ar 10- 4 ">
and forma a small bore. or hole through Emulsion. .. ..1 liMp Lontfivllli, Ky. ... ... . ... Pennsylvania..... .. Lv 14t
th.-tn. The wire t.orn.d U.... but thus Uun .. .. .. T.Ti a Ar..hlf'atlO.III........... ... .. .. PeriMyUanla Llees..i.v ** ei.l e
for It arraduull.a", We will send you a little II n.-r sad t, "rvav.cIr,eh. .IIT tool of _....... n h J......II.n.l "Clilcairoanil Flor..l..8i...o lal" arrive.* alyexee iMond.y; .111-
advantage a I."" "' ,. ".. 0&1.- "'" its. of alt ch.Ir ta./rte".MgnlWn. n'tn. innlnncara Nn..l3and TbeFlorhlatAmited"dan' Dialog e sr.i iTeaViS"_ ..,
.iwny. leaving the sponge free of any free. ew-.al,U.n. kk1Aq and d..diy.rrrta.tenrh wn.alea It : SojJOlThruuitU! Land at the 8ky. 'o.29: ,i+ No.5Xo.U.imrT | .1',1\1&rKs.'ItAr:!! +> ti ,liP
fonilgii ub tauce. 1 lOoper bottles All DruagLtr. 1TA5p' faok.tnryl Jon R y... )T 745 ')* .tr "av
Most of the dlfllcaltle attending is 2t LvSavannah.l 80. Rv ". .1 1 VYi'. 1 aMp 1O itArMacon..8' Fy t %eis."
SCOTT & BOWNK CIUMISTS. r 1Y't.I .b.ylll."t..R' ., t' 6 p ( lap, S :7 a.Ar Atlinta ... ..Ho. Ry -t"11 l: \lV
.
with In !
at. 4I
met
the bare been
culture 28tpiArHnasprynt.tta.Rr.' LV I ....." .03aa114'4'ArRtrulnbam.lM' .Rr'81osArC9nclanatl.QJ1C..Lv .
I tempting to nnd something to bind the 8 OOp.:, . 9 '
: sponges to the rock which would last 409 Pearl Street, New York. T 40ejArK! ,... jj-

long nougb for the sponges to attach Soc and Ji.oo ; all druggists. II. It. 'WILSON\; SON. II.No." F.. t3..ndlThe CARP n..rtrla Ltmllad." Dally DII.lnlE ears. FIT)
bed. Dial. Pass. Agt 108 W. .Jacksonville
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, MAY s, 1903. 7r .
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TIT.USVILLE. to King: Tdv-ml his, LU: '> NEW YOm
FAMOUS SCOTCH HERO ". nm tH-oi-il to mcot "'"11, sir."
PJN': : RIVER: : :: :SO't'EL: :: : "".. I'miiit't before, sir" replied .

ON-THE-INIJIAN-RIVER. 3lat'doua'4.MVhenr\.

Anecdotes of General Hector nuked the king. .Hotel Marlborough l.Brondway
'
TITUSVILLE, "" ''"n yeti were lu Indln. I was on ,
FLOJUDA. Macdonald's Fearlessness.AN gentry In trout of four tent"
III ]
- --- :tlth) and 37th Streets NEW YORK. '
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
1 Take Laxative: Brotno Quinine Tablets 400 Rooms. :200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights Con .<
J. G. BAST Proprietor. APPRECIATION OF HIS PLume All druggists l refund the money If It fallsto ducted on American and European plans, and Is managed under the personal, ''r .

A cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on supervision of the owner. ,
each box. a.'cta.: E. S. CUOWELL, Manager
DUCK SHOOTING. How !!. Was Saved by *. Boer Wlao -

I w Ira-.r and FISHING Admired 1IU Brarerr .* M..J.b. ? More' te the Point .

11111 Battle-III* Method of De. lag Tile I'IIr"on-1 Intend to pray that i Hotel Vendome Broadway and 41 Street, .
Kates: *2 50 per day. With MatlKwra.. Ex unile> of yon may forgive Casey for having' S : ,1

-. -- I$10 and $12 per week ....r.n.,.. thrown that brick at you. J. NEW YORK CITY l : "{

The late Major General Sir Hector Tbel'atfpnt-Mebbe, yer rlv'rence'ud FIREPROOF. ;!00 rooms single and en suite, with private baths and toiler I. Ill; .
tot If wait till
be saving me ye'd Just I '1
JACJ:80NVILLF.: Archibald Macdonnld's career Is too 01 git well an' then pray fer Casey. rooms EUROPEAN PLAN Good rooms *1.fiO; large; rooms $2; and with ''I r '"

well known to need, repetition, says Brooklyn Life. private bath 92.50: per day and upwards. The management Is under the personal f:, 'J j

NDSOR HOTEL the London Mall. From the beginning supervision of the owner FRANK GRUKN Manager t ) ,; l lei I'

e when he walked Into Glasgow 1..lo.tlo.. _______ ________. .. '
n --- -- -- -- -- -- -'--'--
JACKSONVILLE'S:; FINEST AND FLORIDA'S some guy barefooted, to his Omdur- "Don't you find literary work a great I I

I,A KG GST AND BEST YE.\I -IWUND HOTEL. man days it la nothing but a splendid tax: on your Imagination?" FC>Jffit. S LE: 'i ,
record of strength of purpose and per- "yp"",," answered the author. "I 1 keep ;

sonal heroism.Macdonald ___ _
on IWIlclullllIbllt\: every book I writeIs ----- no ,

: never forgot the battle of going to lu a hit and make a for Hotel with Seven Cottages and i
,Miijulm Hill In South Africa. Though tune."-Washington Star. 10 '

taken prisoner on that unhappy day Acres orLand.

he. remained to the end unbeaten for It Is the opinion of the cynical bachelor :( I;

when, after a desperate resistance, be that the original bone of conteu ,

WitH at lust unarmed and a couple of tlon was a rib.-Pit tabling Dispatch ',1 1 1 Yr ,lR + A 'f' I t,
Boors run ut him Macdonald met them .
with his naked l fists, and his assailants YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARK TAKING l ." I :,'1

went reeling back. Finding him BO When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill ,
hard to tackle, they were for putting a Tonic because the formula Is plainly ". I .
printed on bottle showing that It Is ? "1 111 ;
bullet through his head, but a Boer every I. ,
ilmgly lion and Quinine In a tasteless "
with an appreciation of pluck Inter '. "
vened. (o:-nu. No cure, No pay. uOots. ;

"No- ," he said "this is a brave man One oil the April Shower ''rl' +.

wt lq r Yh I rrI v and we shall spare him. Let us take Think you he thrushes In the wood. rise k w W'w.. // yet : I
S4lft.f *
.. : j him prisoner at all hazards. The toblna In the clover.swoctPHt .
.
.ewr r+ v
This they did and the sword be Sing after April shower.Recnusu
the ruin la over?
ew)0E wore had been presented him by the r ,
men of his company when ho won his Think you the oriole has reached n.
commission and bore on Its blade an His hlKl.eat note of gladness
Because the nun In shining now
& CULLENS, OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS.J inscription to that effect. The Boer Where all he sky was sadness? w
_
lenders noticed It the surrendered th
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arms and brought, It back to Macdona Think you the lark has soared alpft $
To ding his mellow!/ story
Id, telling him to wear It, as a man Because the cloud In punt and shines

J VAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA who had won such a sword should not The sun In kindly glory
be separated from It General Mac-
J Ah, not for these the bubbling thruah
dmald in the said those
: telling story And toltlns In the clover
m'n were gentlemen.In Have broken Into gladdest song 'vl i i j r
When April showers are over.

Opposite postotHce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and 10- spite, however of the warm\ Ilk- :But now that crystal raindrop hang Located at SAUNO, three quitters of a mile south of EAU OALMK, FLORIDA

ing he inspired In tho o above and under Like coi,U tails. on the thistle on tho Eau tlalltu River, Ions! than half n mile from the Indian River, and two
novated. Newly furnished throughout. rI .el"1IIY condncteil, . him It H, on record that some of Each thirst little bird has had and n half miles from the Ocean. The, pioprrty Is. two hundred miles south of
Sudanese mutinied A chance tOIWt't! his whistleAlnvslus !
... his dusky once Jnckitonvllle the Florida Kant Coast Railway with the Railroad Station adjoining
Coll In Llpplncott Magazine on
Rates $2.50: and
per day up. against him. Macdonald's I method of
For April. tho property IlultilingN/ erected lu 181)0\) nail\ some of them have never
dealing with the outbreak again illustrates
B. W. SPERRY Proprietor. the man. Ills regiment had of Plow's Till$! boon occupied, the original owner IIIvllll.11.,111/: few months after their completion.

necessity to make long forced! marches We olfoi one bundled :dollain. reward The hotel was opened for about two months pi lor to the. owner's death, and

under the fierce desert sun and tho for any case of catarrh that cannot be has not been used since.) All the buildings WIMO eit'Oted In the most substantial r

conditions were so hard that the men Clued by 11 11 11'It Catarrh Cure I1tt manner and are now In excellent, condltloa. The lintel and cottages are complete.

STMORELAND '; HOTEL West B. became mutinous. One day during the F. J. Chcucioy Co., props( Toledo, ly furnished l, and very little of the furniture. hits ever buen uied. There are two ?,
JACKSONVILLEtFLA. O. We the have known F.
undersigned,
march Macdonald overheard two or !
artesian wells cisterns connected with neweretc.
; twenty x
J. Chcnney for the last 1Y61lJ'1I: and believe
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened three"Walt of till the the native next light soldiers, and saying I will: him perfectly honorable! all bust The property cost the original owuei: 111I.001lIlnl\( ) I \ lie sold at n, sacrifice.

ness transactions and financially able to Tho "above cut fairly represents the property.For .
this season Fine cooking and' good table. Hot and Cold Water take care that this slave driver of a carry out any oblllltlol1lllmado! [ by their particulars apply to or address '
colonel does not come out alive. I myself
firm. West, & Trtiax Wholesale. Druggists -
Baths, Elevator Five from / KXRA, I". HATCH. 'n. L. UAULDKN, WAI. A. WARNOCK! '
eto. minute any wharf or depot. All will shoot him. 'Toledo 0., aiding, KInnan & '
Caretaker on premises, Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner, II'
I Macdonald recognized the men by Wholsile: Toledo O.11all' .
street cars pass the door. Rates $2.00 to $2.50 per day. Marvin Druggists: Eau lallle, Kloilda. lltunvllle, t<'II Jamaica, N. Y. ,
their voices, called a holt and sternly ., Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally 1

Mis. A. J. WALKER, Pioprietor. ordered the culprits to step out from acting directly upon the blood and -- ..- -
the ranks. Facing them he cried: mucous surfaces of the system Pilco, PRINTINOJOFFICE"All
7oo: bottle. Sold by all Druggists. THE ADVOCATE .JOB
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free.hall's
Testimonials ....
81AnltJI; ; :. to shoot me !in the next fight Why Pills aretbebest kind Oommor.h, the above ;
Family ; of Htntlonery printed at odlee +
wait BO long? Why not do it now? ,:
Here I am. Shoot me if you dare!" -- -
: The rebel grounded their arms Insullen
lie Clarendon Inn silence.
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SEABItEEZE, FLA. ;
"Why don't you shoot? asked their

colonel. .
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OPEN THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. "Because you don't seem to care rr .. ill
whether you die or not. And that reluctant sta.are ,r, '
!! Facing: the Sew Entirely" remodeled, refurnished and under new minagenient. answer explained the secret of .
it _. .
! Best Northern Service Special rates by the week and for the season. Macdonald's power over half savage .
soldiers. There wus no more grumbling.
I Clarendon [Inn buses meet all trains at Diytona Station. Address the Clarendon and the same'men and others

Inn. Seabreeze, Florida. E. L POTTER, Prop. like them followed him devotedly '
through the battles of Gemolzah. Tos- .
n.'KNAPPE. A NEW INVENTION.
c. Mgr. ,
I kl, Afuflt. Ferkeh. Atbara and Omdur

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! JENSEN. ,
Many stories are told of his ways of '
[ dealing with his excitable and child- Recently Patented all Over the World. '

L FRESCOTOTE L JENSEN, FLACenter like Sudanese battalions and in the ( I'1a '
of Pineapple Dolt.L "
I anonymous "Sudan Campaign, published f
'" UNDER NEW l\IA.YAGE\IEST. 'U by Chapman & Hall is the following -
The Walton I
The prettiest location on Indian River. Large, beautiful grounds. Near : ,
the Ocean. Fine Fishing' and Hunting. Terms rpA,onable. Letters and "After the Abu Homed tight Colonel ,
Telegrams reserving rooms will receive prompt. attention. Macdoniild: had soundly rated the mefti ? ,

JOHN H. PAKK, Owntir and Proprietor. who began the independent firing Without r
orders. Well, one night at Berber Self-Locking Tackle Block. ;.
Colonel Macdonald while sleeping as

VEST: PALM, WEAC1I AKVIKNI;;, j.. i. usual in the courtyard around tale but. ;i4*
was waked up by a black soldier prop- 1I1I.l In vnrlinin shapes' nnd size". of 1'' ? !

perly dressed in drill order without WOOD IRON and RrtON'/K. Will

OTEL LaGRANGE LaGrange Columbia Hotel arms. When asked what be wanted. work iiimllv| well will rope, chain or w

be said: 'My battalion is very sorry' wire rope '
Direct Ocean Front and Park Avenue. that are angry;; with them for' Bring -
you / ,
Fronting Lillie Worths Will work at any bright upside down
without orders at Abu H timed, but
WF.4'1':: PALM: BEACH, FLA.AnVEn: fli THE SEA, L. I. we know best what to do. We have horizontally at any angle, and will
stop ami lock a any print I )
been fighting since we were boys we
Now Open fo$ Guests. Grand Opening on Decoration Day. know the Dervishes. and we know the Invaluable' for every kind of bnst'nese(( i

. Goo. C. LaGrange, 'Manager. Mrs. Geo. C. Laarange/: Manager. best way to turn them out of a place; where block I I..* needed: 1 frequently' saving .

so Just you leave things to us, and tli. labor of one man or more t, '
-- -.----- we'll pull you through.1 Nothing like It fur hanging stretch t M fI % t

- ASIII2VILLC, N. C. "The black then turned about and -Nt t ..1 t 4a fug wiles.Adilrens" tI'
was outside the courtyard before Colonel
Macdonnlil recovered from his surprise all communication to the ;, ,,, ,

HE ASUEV1LLE, N. C. and exploded." '
OAKS HOTEL ON CAR LINE. Walton Self-Locking Block Co. : .

Macdonald was a self made man. (Incorporated) N : I'I
Born In Iloss-shlre Just fifty years ago. I ll l'' I I
** W) to $t.0'> per week. *:J.00.to $:!,80 per day. the son of a poor crofter, but with the H I I I I I Ira I Office and Warrrrwm -404 Atlantic Ave. t I of Fs
highland blood In his veins ly'll' IL Near ]tows' Wharf Eluated Station II' v d f ,, x
Heated Room splendid
Water I
80 Steam and Hot lyt'lUl I w ( 111 o
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be began his career as a draper's apprentice I. '' ,/ op6' rl 'i I .I I BOSTON, MAHS. JV H 1 .1
Select Tourist Patronage. Rooms open for engagement. says the New York Times. _._. :a II III II, /
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lie walked into Glasgow barefooted. 61V I' VIA Bj N //I i
/ Sample Block can be seen at the Al- // :.'
Boooklets. WM. L. McCOY, Proprietor. and bill only capital was his deter VOCAT oftlce '1'l t uulllet. s
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mination. The employment be obtained
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SHELTER ISLAND, OIT LONG ISLAND N Y did not suit him at .11. Ha The following, out of hundreds, are a sample of the testimonial received by the Walton Holf-LocUIng Block Co.M ; r. ;' ;

--- -- ------. spent more of his time watching tbe Hl ck.toiie I\ rte&. B<.t<>n,Jan. Irt. 1903. ., ,

soldiers at tile barracks than doing :s.Lr'TLBMEX,r.ncwrso:-You fVoJlC reiluest.d.s('0.' to el In an bnnmc ref"lrt..n the praniloal. working..f voile Mlf.lix-klnir twkl. ht'x.k., which' wn ..hr.I....' from '4 ee : V
['anhanset the errands of his master. One day ,mWALToa.,. Vtunldiwy ... ruivnniuiil illl'efOlnl kinds of """, tnon rwitcry, on our eIertietrack, tooUcliior"nil l..w.rloi( trona one ttitnr tu unot h .nnteed... t, I
House and Cottages. be was told to do some cutting up and Wo here given the Walton Self Locking block a pretty gn tart. and I and tboiii, the irirMt r"JI.ble l and bees Mnrknut thin kind, wn hav. ..., '" ;
coming, lu come time It U a great.. Invention end w.are know that at lane w. have funnel what w. have for years 1'1
his employer .j
been! heating tor. You can OM Ibis noU" ,n say w,, w.J ,-MOfXTLKMCM I
after to inspect the work was 111 pleased Yoon very truly. J. Il'NCAN & ('0. tWALT"x.VLY
SHELTER ISLAND, OFF LONG INLAND, N. Y. with It I
'j
WILL OPEN JUNE 20TH! IPOJ.; Have you cut It with a spade! ?" be f/rK1I5e:-Abonl JlLOt'K two Co......k. a""", f pnr<*', .M from yon a pair oft In. .." -IocklnlC tackle blacks" with 0\0\ feet of rope,and I you. aikail eu a 'a( 'k$'
to the If I found th ra,eel'l 1..faclory.I t
asked Ironically. the time to report inpmnr
Two and one-quarter hours from New York via Long Island R. R. HeaUb- wItted am glad to set I am very much' pinned wilt 1I..m! and lint! thai blocks Jnet Hint all the tlm an1 'to every 1" _. They are certainly whet .rer ; ,
13-hole golf links. 'No" replied the quick boy man weds, who baa any use for blacks,aa they at lima and l.t.>.,.. Success la ,ure. .. I
fully situated orf Magnificent amid beautlfulacenery. and boltIng riciinrEI.i !
bay, "I did It with a shovel then. xoora truly, f
Pure water. Peeler 'In Grain and Builder' Huppllen. Newport If. II.
Vw York Yacht Club station. No malaria. No mosqaltoes. out of tile door be ran all the way

Jry atmosphere. Drives and groves boating bathing, fishing, dancing, to the barracks. W.&L"'f."r..L beautiful suites with baths, etc O.'TL.-W.' \ purchased olOft.'ttf. of nl; inch self. .locking tackle blocks. wltfe rope to at. ".by.l.t. and have RIvsn l them fair teal! asA ,
ma sic hall, electric htl. Otis elevators Macdonald was Dot ashamed of tro well| pleased with the working of thai bl'ieka. In many eases boxer anil barrela nan INI easily h nille address That lilt wo_,. They ara aparlor to anything. have arar used or seen for Baailllnr "b.aq, weights ..'"',..... "fI'"III' In vtnra. ,'I ,
For terms and Illustrated pamphlet his rise from the ranks la shown by BOWES WIIAII" /1YIsltPr (f)Mlv >Y. '.

aonERT MURRAY Y, Manager, Hotel Ponce de Leon, St. Angmtlne:, Fla. tbe tact that wh: n b. was Introduced far W, T. Kmuiir, Tr.aeupryilakn, If I


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EAST CO ST ADVOCATE, MAY 8 1903.

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I BREVARD COUNTY COMMI & Graham Co.(
Robbins
; WEEKLY CROP BULLETIN -DEALERS IN-

I /L I Cllo/&ii: General summary-of the United States, SIGNERS.- (Incorporated) GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PROD

bH.VElUMITllS:, Department of Agriculture, for the wee The Board was called to order on the PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPKS PKirrn<: ( nJ
,. !? AND ending %>11'14, ]lOOii: say.; 4th, instant, by order of the Chair ma We deal eioluslvely in the above line of Broods and, solicit the trade ,>i I. 1
r... 41 West\ nay Street, Another dry, cool week. The tempi Present: J. ]t. Walker, 1st District; J. This company owns era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered sal,,IOu
about four degrees below R. Mlot 2nd District; R. A. Oonkllr BRADY & BRO. TITUSVILLE ,
averaged S
N FLORIDA ature 3ST: ID X L. rT
A. : ,
JACKSONVILLE, :1 h
the normal. Some relief experienced 3rd District; J. C. Jones, 4th DIHtI'Ict ... ,
Largest stock In this section of country.] over portions of the western and Dorth- and J. F. Bell, !6th District; A. A. Stew. In the Indian Rive* Country; On the St.Luole .

Established in 1808. ern districts, where scattered show art, clerk; J. }'. Brown, sheriff. .
BiBlscayne.
catalogue. prevailed. Over the greater portionthe of Minutes of tbe last regular mletlng River; at New River and on S. W. CARROLL
for descriptive
r !Send State:! however, the conditions were were read and approved. Prices to suit the times. ,
,,' ___ n diy with fairly warm days and cool Petition of N. M. Fish, et. al., oltlzens -Dealer ITITUSVILLK -
ANHEUSER BUSCH nights. As a result cotton failed to gmtnate < of City Point and Cocoa, praying tbat Send for Land List. GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND YEGETABIl!

..THE .. and much corn turned yellow. transportation be furnished M. J. Adkl ". Offices at Tltusville and Miami, Fla. ,
Citrus fruits are reported droppingsome 10 and wife to Alachua county, was recel Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your Patronage :elicit*!. I
Brewing Asso's. sections. On uplands Irtlgaii' ed. On motion, a warrant for $23 was FLOUIDA.
has been resorted to In some sectlo drawn in favor of J. *l. !Kandeis to pur-
with decided benefit. Pineapples are chose tickets, etc. East Coast Meat Market
I Kaiuun 8t. Longs Ken and II'tlod not tilling out as rapidly as usual, owii( Justice of the Peace bond of J. 1If.

Beer to the dry weather Shipments In clots Swain with B. W. Miller and John Parker G. F. DUREN, Agent. J.:L.: Mobley '. .
have begun. Rain and warmer as sureties, was approved. OO.rj
gold by M.. r.. r. A, Loar..nd nights are needed for all crops. Justice of the Peace bond of C. T. Mc- -
c:> TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
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R. L. :Motlow,TltusvllU.ru, Referring to the crops, etc., Borne of Bride with N. Downey and T. C. West -. ,

l1'' By Mr. U. IM Motlow,Cocoa, F, the Bulletin's correspondents write i as as sureties, was approved.On U'-'"' -,:::a.. Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kalsomlnlng, Staining, Flnlshln
; follows: motion the following was passed : Paper flangIng, at the most reasonable price consistent with, wol
f I: JOSEPH ZAP! Hoynton. .Dr' weather is retarding Resolved, that in order to drain tbe c 1'1.:> It : attention given to all work good ,
tbe maturing of pineapples and torn pond upon the Court House lot at Titu rt Ct b man hlp. Prompt
toes. Pineapples will be shipped about rllle, the county makes the following of. ,:::a..
Sole Agent. June 1st; fine crop. Tomatoes aboi for to the Town of Titusville and to the -
one-third shipped ; large crop and floe Florida East Coast Hallway Co., who =a INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .

It 010 to <020 West Bay Stree, quality. will also be benefitted: The County will! +C r Il '. m
West Palm Beach. Drouth continue dig the ditch and lay the drain plptllJ __ C'-2- FLA.
v JACKSONVILLE, FLA Pineapples beginning to suffer. Tomatoes from the pond to the Indian River; If the == Is prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attemil

moving la quantities. Guavaa are Town of fltusville will provide the neo. e=t paid sacking for Yachts or for family use.. Fair dealing Is my motto
blooming moderately. essary catch basins and the Railway Co. FLORIDA.If T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
: n. 'L. MOTLOwl Jupiter. Citrus trees and plneapph will furnish the drain pipes and cement TITUSVILLE,

are suffering. needed to lay It.
Eden. Citrus trees are sufferingfc Quit Claim Deed from S. It. tIerfordant I orr.rT'D'S'V'Xx..LE: I.iT'PIaI3.Y' ST'.A 3L
i, want. of rain; leaves curled and nel\rly wife and S. \V. Green, to UI'evard n
1. ready to drop. Pineapples need rains county, was received and filed.

the fruit is not growing very fast Letter of J. K. Leatherman was rocel FEED AND SALE'TRANSFER SADDLE nORS,
ed, read to the Board and flled.

NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Superintendent Reports of Fish of and Roads Game and Warden Guard and of ...STADI.ES... BUGGIES

Convicts were lecelved.
We find that we otfend many If we On motion, bids for building lighter; BAGGAGE SURREYS,

I stop their paper Instantly after their) for ferry at Persimmon Mound are lefe and TURNOUTS J
I 6 time (Is out, so our rule U to give a little red to Comr. Conkhng for disposition. r r

time for renewals to come In before Wft Grand Jury presentment was incelvei, HAULING ETC. : v w;- .all kinds..
cross off expirations. That we may read and filed. .
know your will In this, regard 7LBA8IWKITB Report of Road Commissioners, J. II.
TO us. Of ooursj, we hope tu \Vyun, A. M. :Sample and J. O. Filei, J. M. OSBAN & BRO,
have your renewal, but If not, then drop; marking and laying out a public road 1 In TITUSVILLEBack:: of Grand View hotel.- Fl.ORIDj

us a postal ordering the paper dlsoon 6th district, was received, aud without -- --
tlnued, with reasons for'stopplng, so wi objections the same will be declared
may know the cause. In case your renewal public road at the next meeting..
Fine Liquors Wines Beers has been sent no need to write, all' Report of Road Commissioners, D. E. Seeds For Summer Crops.

Ales, Stout, Eto.JJr8end cr'edltwill\ be given; In due time, as wll Austin, E. J. Tray nor and G. E. Uuttou, Your House Goes up in Smoke<
appear from the changed address labe marking and laying out a public road In
(; me your orders! on your paper or wrapper.if White City, was received, aDd wlihou I and you loose everythingit '
TITUfiVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA this paper should reach anyone who objections the same will be declared 1\ is your own fault. Millets, Sorghums, Soja Beans, Velvet Bean, Peanuts, Chufas, Teo inte, Gilt

has not received the ADVOCATK during public rod at the next meeting. F.1.ro: :In.s-u.rnn.oo.:: : : Lteggarwaed, clean.
the past year, this Is to extend a cordial Arbitration of I'ljotbt-ol.way betweeiMis. the value of the property "'
Ju.0..Iame.l. l'rea. Jee.1C.Tate. V.1'rei Invitation to come Into the fold. Kindly E. M. Mansoaii, Estate of Mrs. Main sufficient and hllu to cover t'hnldfects should be car. Cc:>31iI ::PEA.S' :

remit the small amount of $1.00 for Goode Knight, P. 1'. Powell and Hie hard rled. Rates are not high. 'The oompaniei Whlpp.., Clays, Wonderful Black, Unknown Ladyfingers;
''Nr twelve months, or *t for six months, W. Goode is laid over for future action we represent are solvent, reliable and lib Clean Bright Stock; Lowest Prices Conch fear, 3.;;o per qt., Postpaid; $1.2 I
I- and receive the paper. The Treasurer's report was receive! eral. Claims are promptly adjusted. peck; $4.25: bushel.
Hy this mail we are sending bill t' and checked up. Messrs. Bell and Conk Don't neglect to take out a policy. Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden loo.s. Fertilizers..1)
{ nearly every subscriber who Is in arrears. the paid warrants turner
destroyed
ling
: SCHUYLER A aRAXNING, L. CAMERON, The Seed Store
)1mij. with his or her subscription; and, although over by tbe Treasurer with his report
,; ) \ ; the amount to you Is small, li The Treasurer had Ms usual fiertiticatiof IITUSVILLE, FLORIDA 114 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

.u.tt.. the aggregate It amounts to a good dealf deposit Correspondence Invited.
( U 1 x. > money to us. The Board feeling It their duty to get
\ We hope to receive favorable replj slow a rate of interest as possible on
j.. 'rom you, with a check or postal order tc the outstanding warrants of the County, Cured Free. Special Attention !
\ .7.s ; waist In "keeping the mill going." and learning that the Board cannot con Rupture

\l Yuurs truly tract for more than one year, the Chair
\, .t;!., .- --1'...% CIIAS. II. WALTON. man Is Instructed to take the matter up| GITKN: TO MAIL 'ORDERS FORHardware -
p I! with the" bank.. of the County, and see I II If The nice method Unparftlled .
r11Vt -
\. T!"' .1 MARRIED AT EIGHTY-THREE, had uniform, designation rate of no U particular percent bank.cannot l be In the Annuls Medical Succeed Tinware:, Crockery, Glassware

. ( On motion, Mrs. 11. 1"1 e..colt dropper
.
The fonat oliniipe and luunt durable. for roof One of our New YOlk corre"pondentllaendll I from tbe pauper list. I .Cheap Horns Cum that Anyone Can l's' Harness and Stoves.
. or all ttlniU/ 'Itollur,.1II.1.. ta'.k.,br..llfe.. Inin > the following to the ADVOOAIK:: On motion by J. F. Bell and aeooudet Without PHII. Danger or Loas of
i
work etc. Anyone can it Unecoiiant.
nrl.nt. Itea.Indxedrarnrn.l piiiv Fire and water Benjamin Warner, of New York, who >y K. A. (:.inkling, It Is hereby uidviet Time from Work. Dff-Our Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly
I front. Bt.ipil. 'lik. IW.I all over till Htnte fin III eighty-three years old, and ban for a that the awaid of the aibluaturs b.. Is
. ">un flIt....nynera. Mend for olruulara. Prleein alf" century lived la Morton street, Wllliiinsbuig er.ted In the following cases: Board IS SENT Fit I: TO ALL.
barrel*,IM>cent |I..r 1f.'I.' tii ; lull "liarrela. ntll i. Jas. Fritcliard & Son.
till and, Ilve-Kallon |"kicit. on I oeota Send nnleri has surprised his relatives by. County omniidnlonriaot Urevaid Cuun Out of the eb.lOs..1 old time failure
to Ftnr/dulIudwereC"JI.'n.onvlllna, Knight taking a bride. Though he U eightyhiee vs. Mrs Ftubecoa. Richards, Mrs L. for
tl Iy nod startling cure -
rap.are.
,..) Wall C.I ..... Kennedy H rdware (;,., .. I'lmes n new
Falatkat. Mc'lver & Maoaav I '"ala,,110,... II. Fernald years old be calls hlm elf a young lieTourneau and F. B. Richard, on the Dr W. H. Rice, 2UO.S: N. Main St.: Postofflce Box 212,
" 11"1.1111., JI'.Trs Is.C' Co, C......... Fla. nan, and Is as spry an many persons half ground[ that the damages uwaided are \dIlRl", N. Y.. has Invented, a method orid.a.
: bl. age; lie and "his bride, whom he greater In value than the utility of the Titusville, F ::

nurrled recently In ]Europe, are said to roposed road to the public an.llt In .. .. ..
spending> their honeymoon on the Kant urlber ordered by the Board of County 'W! % -

! Boarding. toast of Floi Ida.Air. taminlBuloners. of Bievard County that a '> 11
Warner has made regular' trips to new survey be made-Comr. Jones votlug Action Coil.
P Europe! for several years. lie never told ilank. .1 Quick Spark

III Went I'alni lIeReh.I. bls relative", about his contemplated mar- Report of Tax Collector and County I .
\''I. lage; and they were surprised when he fudge! of licenses collected during the i
I.I Desirable people who wl..h. pleasant rought> home bride with him. She Is nonlh of April, amounting to $15.4J \ 'ate .'!t1 '

I place to stop at while In West Palm a comely woman and Is apparently about tate and J2.7U:.! \ County. was received. 1 \ Gives a Big Spark

t'. Beach, will find MIXAKET COTTAGE, arty years old. Report of Tax Collector of polls colecttd Ii 1 .J; / tt l. w
One of Mr. Warner's ma-rled grandlaughters during month of April, amountIng l : with Small
on Olive sheet, between Eveinia and has lived with him for some '.1.l a
; I'jOJ:! :! for the year 1IHI2): and tl for the .; r
Forn, just such a place. Nice, clean time I at No. 81 Morton street New York. ''year' 11)01) was received.

i '., rooms, neatly fiuiiUliod comfortable Sbe refuses to dlsousa the marriage, and Bond of };. U. item bier to carry a ride td' 1.1 Battery.

bellIj; good, wholesoniK food; VERYmoderate eye that Mr. Warner will tell about It : and A. G. Howell and J. H. Livingstono ,., .
for fllgk
Florida wed.
bill
rhen he returns front I carry pistols, were approved. ', Is Especially Adapted
the recommendations. "
prices, me }
ding trip. The following bill were paid !
Only a limited number of room. ti".I'1III"Ollnl. AIM. Oil AS.! LAN!!:, Speed Engines.

"' ers can be accommodated. Table board CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. J R Wnlker, Co Com and mileage $80! IJo'ckly Cured After Suffering 18 Tewr
8 40R hat without pain danger Beach.
opera.
cures
J R. Mint 3eo. R. Wallace Agt. West Palm
a specialty.MRS. t A Conkling >> .". 14 W ion or an hour's loan uif time from the -
FRANK DARLING, In order to make connection at Orange J ohn r Hull C.,Jones, "" o" !24*I ((Ml HI lav's; work To avoid all\ questions of

West Palm Beech Fla. ClLy: Junction with the Atlantic Coa.t T A RoMnson,aoct flame warden .. .. *) (HIfn doubt he endn' free to every sufferers
lne train No. 33 the trains operated on Norwooil, Hetf otltoeranuexp........ li/> INI free trial of his method and there cane The
t Best is Found Cheapest.
the
Floridaart IoI: tJtr.uLllfht (.... .. .. .. .... .. ......... ID MlohnOJonet rich
the Orange City branch of the .. > no earthly reason why anyone, or
I copyinminuts........... 0 (HI
E. Vcsoy Hall r<:; Coast Hallway, knowu as No.3and A A Stewart aoooiiuiant .... .... ... .. 3o HI poor, should no( avail themselves of this
I, will run on the following schedule, A 1> rnney.. aalary county Judge.... .. :MMb onerous offer. As an Instance this
II> (tiiulilen' Salary Proa Att)'. ..,.... .. &1 3.1 ,
omraenclng Monday May, 11XKI: .I P Brown, j llor ..., ......... ........ .. 3110(11( remarkable method, the cure of Charles
Boatbuilder Yo,a. I STATIO.'S. I Nn. 4.20pn .. Janitor ......... ., Dill I ..
u w.itbrgontoCoin .... .. .. 6 00 Intelligence.
a Lv .....New 8I1nrn.. ..Ar 00) p iiiIM1 1IIMMU
I'It1\ .4r..Oronge 1'Ity ....J.v 4.4 P in'il''n :In K I.yinun(.ee. uaup'r:::::::::::::::: (IXJHI:: Mr. Lange Is a well" preserved old gen-
: Ar.lrsngecltyjunc.. .Lv 4vapm: lI..nryJlownl.n ...... .......... 6 (HIIn <1II leman, 73, years of age and for eighteen .
UKOUOIANA, VLA. Our readeis will\ take note that the I I Ha gl In. ....... ...'.... II ell' earn had n bad double rupture which" noreattnent
\ II Presoott ........ ....... 61.1
1 : I built( a special launch hull 'M feet by I me-table as published on our Oth page; .J r..wl. .. ................ 6011t could cope with. After a short
Is Incorrect, so far as It refers to trains rutch, ..>.i........... 10 Ill IIse of the Mice method the left rupture
oakframe
8 fee U Inches beam,steam bent white A dors ..............., 1100 Baled entirely and the right was almost
: cypress planking, copper fastened Fos. 3 and 4 of the Orange City branch. Hall( Taliuailge, ..,... ....... eon few weeks. To day he Is P
hosed In
t decks bent combl"Il.luekerll under ,Anderson >. ..... ........... Dim a as
pine ,
finh.h..lln| varnishfor I \Ire.J. C. Johnson ...... .. ....... 6 Hi. ound as a dollar and his cure Is only
all seats. Inside DIED AT GRANT. uniantbaUrinia, ..............,. IIIItI one of hundreds of similar canes te|>ort-
$125.:!: Complete with :311, I'. engine, JWLon4It II .. .... ........ B .1, those who the Rice method
all ready. to run. Price, $:.T.5. neolltlnham.of. .... .. ........ 10 oo cd by use
A A t"w.rt.ma.lnll..rtoo'I,,* ......... t :M end for this free trial. Don't be back'ard. .
Other. size built to order.Hodgson The Port Orange correspondent of the U A Frost,atty few*com U of W.... ..... K oo It will surprise you with its won-
[allfin Journal says: U M Kooblne. annual retanr tlrwng contot lOll w
erful 1 to heal. And I if knowf
One of our former residents of this A 1)nnuny.brutngpaper' lunacy. e.*... V (H) power you
....... on other ruptured people ask them to
Bros. It R Wilson J ftlrawliiitooct jury
ounty died In Grant, lir 'vard county, o MConalingferryman.. .. .. ........... in ooHowler 'rite'' or write for them. Do not fail to'rite WRAPS
lut week, and her remains were brought .. .... .. .. .. .... 10 ont do to-day.
lip on Friday and buried In the Port J ( tree,aervloe. In rl h* o(way. ....... 14 HOH at once; so
EAU OAl.LIK, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. Mrs. Joe Ross was o Walton pub tax ataten.ent ........ 1 00 .
range Cemetery. .J r Brown supplies for Jury.............. 41 10
Marine one of the ol Railway. bOOtI. having lived many years on farmn F H Wright bat.lit grand fury ............ !2 MI U M Hiown. material for bridges ....... 75
Central Merchants suit Ship: Chandlers. Spruce: reek She loaves a husband, J Brown.. ,dravlnx snit nm rand Jury. M 60 R A Conkllnir.cz malt ......... .......... goo Arc the Best. Ask Neighbol"
....... VI: :bl) your
and ., .umwlt..ra'uIJury Lumber Co.lumber.. ...,.... ....... If 14R..d ,
liree daughters two sons to mourn .xeCUtingea'lal venlr.... .. It Oo
Facilities.. .
Special bt r lose ...nlnl[ papers lunacy can*.... I) TO Fund Pis. No. 4.III"
and 8 Jones, .aervlce lunacy" eaae........... 111I1'' [ Jones jr., supplies Men and Apl..... 195 14
For Hauling Out, Storing Repairing J M Ni n -Sen I In your orders for Job Printing It Wilson, med for ennvlrt and o 6.... 3 10
Yachts and Launches.Mention to the ADVOCATE office. auppllee for jail... ..... .... 61 H Wm Carlson road wk..i.................. goo
.I t:J Trajrnnr mail and bridge work...... a 00
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when | tail.
the ADVOOATH writing. R E Mime jr. shac-kiee for eonvlcta...... Son A U8ampl..vl.wlnll..t................. too

DO>( YOU WANT HUSTLING REAL 1'(t.H Inrdln..nlce..bltntor Fee', rofw... .......... ft Ion MI ,J ohn C )'Ilcbl.Wynn, rout'a work ....... .......... .. 4! on js
For Sale. estate endeavoring to dispose of
Land agents o 8 Hohuyler II .. .. ... g BOA Fin and Forfeiture Fumla.P For Tomatoes
any property you may havS for sale or R. Hardin'. ? I ""nH J Jlrown.otlm nrtis ctcl............ .. :yt M try
17y' acres llrst-class pineapple land, exchange ? If so, send full particularsof W rtaht, balif Jury state va O' "ri;.. 13 on AA Stewart I. <. ........ .....?. !a (Ml
desirable front, on St. Lode river, at a what" you have, to L. K. Benjamin, at..D.IJeI.n"r.b..rd.[ ... .. .. ............ 4:100: '" I) Penney .. ...... .. 13,1 1 1n
Road fund Die No.I. > L laulilen,conviction tees eo "t....... 23 (X)
bargain. For reasonable terms write.W. Hanoverton, O.Winter J Mendel, hal contruct... .. .. ....... .... Sdi( OO If!'O nrnnium.orim |>ro...J tot. ........... 13 .UNITED D
W. I.rcie, .... ... .... Paper.One
A.A Htewart, co. nor Vegetable ,
enanl Mrlrna act contract.......... .. won .. .. "
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Tlbbals, Fla. Home for Sale. 11 litlardnerwork on roaiU..... ... ...... 3d 00 J Brown.. J P ".... .. 47 TOw W .
Road Fund Dla.No... .. .. county Jadgi et. 2100 I
............... lit OO
SyOLD NEWSPAPERS: For Sale, tnee .lohnnon,road work. Feeding Prisoner* Fund.
this office. A nice, little winter home for sale; 11 rm whltneld :: :: ........ ........ 13 IIILK J P Brown feeding prlionen..... ....... 7 WOn trial will make you our customer.
Cheap, at ores, small, 3-room cottage, 200 orange r K Hrothera .. .. ............ IJ av
.' raln.I .. .............. i en motion Board adjourned to meet
and trees 1 0 bearing If to
grapefruit > ; 9,000 dealer does write
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for sale at F Foley .. .... .... ...... S3.lamea be Monday In June, 8:30 a. m. your not handle UNITED BRAND of Papers
xvFilter tube are now ''Ineapples, under good, cypress shed; r M ........ ........ 1344Tlndle
this office, price 23ct.; postage extra. apart persimmons, mangoes guavas A : 4 .. .. ........,... 1.111.IWAH.rltoQ
and other fruit. Good water protection. :: :: '::.::;: ":::::: IC|SM wi pUKXI3HEn COTTAOE FOR RENTIn UNITED JP. .apJETfc OO.,

::r- Reading notice ads on this page AnJress, Box 6, Uortlon .. ..........:..... 14 44 South Tltusvllle. Immediate poss '
are ftve cents per line per week. Georgiana, Fla. rh. Suisli .. *. .... ...... 13 57a. ession. Apply. at ADVOCATK office. OUTHERX OFFICE, .- ATLA "T.\.

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