East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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April 11, 1902
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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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.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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NEWS FOR FINE DENTAL WORK GO TC SAM PERKINS Sanford, Is Dyeing. -Look for W. W. Luce"ad page 8, Tin: LAICGI: niticic: STORK: AMONG THE HOTELS.

I LOCAL Dr. Dodson near Indian River hotel. -
BUY YOUR LUMBER AT DUPONT -Mis* Lorena Faber of Shsrpes, wai Where to stop along the East Coast.
Topic of General InterestTIIE -Attorney .C. T. McCarty of Ankona A Mlddleton's and save freights. In town yesterday. Special Sale, Monday, April 14tli See list of hotels on page t.

ind was in town a short while on Monday Walton's furnished cottage at J. It. Walker & Co....
-County Attorney JameiB. Andrews, -Capt. J. O. The ADVOCATE I* now on file at a I
ADVOCATE -County Commission R A. Conkllng of Fort Pierce was in town a couple ol for rent. Apply at this office Fruit or Lonsdale4-4 Bleaching 13 yd. the best hotels In New York city.

In advance. '[)t Tillman, wasottendlng to his Board days or so this week. : S. he expects for $1.00.Largest.
annum. Senator Matt. Quay says Tltuavllle? See TI.
11.80 per Where to stop In
duties this week.HANCOCK'S line of laoei
months well to return to St. Lode on the Indian and mont complete
.IE -The tourist season Is pretty over tusvllle hotel ad on our.'llb page"
JlOO: ) per an. to foreign countries. LIQUID SULPHUR cure on the East Coast, and Tltusville i* now River,next montdMr and embroideries on the East Coast :M!
subscribe for the ADVO- all blood and skin diseases.. For sale bj beginning to wear her summer garb. of DatooalpeDt per cent off regular prices. Hotel Continental Atlantic Beach,
T. F. Williams
m you hummer foi W.
Special Finish Corset a under the management/ of Mr Henry
:Jnby the year It does not Included.i cost you. J. B.Screven, druggist Tltusvllto Fla -Mr*. Wm. Jarvis of Cocoa, who had a short while in town yesterday 41 cents Merilll Is said to.he doing quite a nice

to'*cents per week postage -Mr. L. C Oliver, of Miami came U[ been on a visit up the coast, was among before leaving for Fort! Pierce. An up-to-dsteOzford. I In tan, would b< tourist business.Mr. .

i EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is onah to; town on Friday last, for the purposi Tuesday's southbound passengers en _Mr. John J. Wilkinson, of Merrltt cheap at$1,RO; you can Rut them for 81>o, Proske manager
t the following news-stands, at fiT [>f examining one of the beautiful orangi route home met with a painful accident last Fridayby Hygela Talcum Powder 10 ota Sanitary of. /Samuel!Hotel Indian River Kockledge

(tan per copy t troves: In this section which he may pun -Mrs. E. J. Burns of Canaveral, after a big cake of lea falling on his foot Talcum Powder 10 cent huts: leased the Ocean house, Long Branch
R. Wilson A have; Kid Gloves 1\0: and '1110 kind a lit
f' 1'IluII1I-B... J. B. Screven.jjcltgonvllle few days' visit with Mrs. Ueo. W, There will be a meeting of the Kaat tie spotted alilght for knockabout ".811., f.(. J., for the oomlng summer i
-Mr. K. B. Raulerson of Fort Pierce. Scoble, In Tltusville returned to hot .
-Duval hotel. era Star In their Chapter-room, at Titusvillff only 37 cent at this sale. Hotel Altamonte Altatnonto Sprlolr"h.
News stand Union depot' popped over here from Tuesday until home on Sunday on Tuesday evening next: at 7':10: Rain <( -Hotel Ponce de Leon Wednesday on hIs way to Marine orangt: -Miss Kate Prltchard one of Titus o'clock for flNhe'rman, railroad men and all till season. Mr. Ooo. E. Bates, the owner
I. .. Hotel Alcazar trove on the :St. John's River He will vllle's popular young ladles, left here, -Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lapham, 01 those who have Ui take all kinds ol and manager will be found at the Grand

return home tomorrow.Mrs. Tuesday, for Miami, on a visit to her Cocoa, were among Wednesday' north weather Cheap$:2tliey; all goattl 4t, hotel. Mount' Vernon N II., this oomlnglummer.

:: Reading notice ads. are ten centi A. L. Saundors and her Iln., sister Mrs. F. T Budge bound passengers en route to Dayton A lln. of 40 and Mica Pant for Boy al .

line on this palte.I Mr. A. L. Wei he, of West Palm Beach,, -Mr. John C. Jones county commissioner lor while. only 25 cents. Mr Wm. MuAullfTo chief clerk at the
//If Sanford cleans clothes.* have been guests of the Indian Klvei from the 4th district has been In -Mrs B. B. Pylon of St. Augustine ".M.Iron lleds In tine full and the I I Itoall'ahn. Miami luutsud, through here
I Sam Perkins hotel, Tltusville, several days this week town this week attending to his usual arrived in Titusville, Wednesday, on i a size; a good bed, this sale til: ?n< Friday last, en route to Daytona St. g gAugustine
J. A.Collins has been on Mrs. Maunders came here to get medical A beautiful Folding Bed, t'berry Finish Jacksonville and Atlantic I I8eaohl
I -)[111 Agent: duties as a member of Brevard county visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. 0), : ,
'lie lick Hat this week.Dr. attention from her old physician, Dr. BK. commissioners. VanUndlngham.Mr. cheap at *:.M). You may have It for and to hi* summer hotel-the
Wilson. only $29! at this mil.. r at Bethlehem, N. H.Mr. I
B. R. Wilson made a profession -Mis* Daisy Brady who has been J. F." Bell, county commissions olden Oak Center Tables. at 70 cents ,
il till t to Oak Hill, on Monday -Mrs. P. J. Brannlng and her popular spending the past month or so visiting For the 5th district, was iu town tlili Five drawer swell Runt, highly polished \ < eo. L. Wright jr., manager of

RENT-Two flab houses on dock al young daughter Miss Grace Brannlng,, relatives and friends at Miami and Fort week, attending to the usual month(;, Chiffonier The top I la 24x34/ Inches the St.: 1<:Imo hotel, Green Cove Middle.
TO Pierce. Enquire of P. P. Cobb. jl Green Cove Springs, ale enjoying t a Pierce, returned to her home In Tltusville meeting Board. in slip; above It Is a fancy shaped French FilL, will manage the Montvert
Fort visit herewith Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bran- on Monday plate mirror 12x-2: !< Inches In site, encasedIn town Springs, Vt., which will be open I
-The two B's-Brown and Brady- nlng. The above two ladies are respectIvely -At the usual. monthly meeting 01 a hand carved frame. The regular from Juno 15ih! to Oct. 1st. Mr. Wright'* I
ire been at Miami this week, looking mother and sister of Messrs. L. C., -Mr, and Mrs. Edwin M. Brown olUarrison Brevard County Commissioners, tin price Is $il: 00; this sale only fll.\ltI. New York address I I. at. (l Park place. )
Interests. tad W. 1 S. N. Y. who have been spending Board awarded the printing of the coney stock
i/tcr their business : Brannlng. lye are agents for and have In will\ t toot
and Florida St Augustine
Seabreeze The
tbe winter at Roc kludge: lax list to the KA.8T COAST ADVOCATEMr. ,
-Mr. and Mrs H. E. Baker who have -Admiral George Dewey and wife,, St. Augustine, have gone to Washington the following make of Sewing Machines!: remain open after the tourist lIella.m. '
INO spending several months at Key who informed us they had had a pleas I>. C., for a while. II. T. Whaler one of Mlaml'i Standard New Home and Wheeler Vert, have returned to New Smyrna. int visit In fet. Augustine left for Washington prominent and popular merchants, who Wilson. Cash or Installment plan. We hotel In Saratoga: Springs N. Y., which t
D. C., on Saturday. The Ad -Mr. aud Mrs W V. Curry and three baa been on a visit to St. Augustine/ can save you money. Satisfaction guar: ha will conduct through; the summer sea- '
-Judge Isaac A. Stewart, of DcLand, mlral said he would like to have staveti daughters, of Manatee, arrived In Tltus paused through here Tuesday, en route an teed. Money!\ refunded or a satisfactory ion. Good luck to him. Mr Harden 1 \ .1
rft for Mi ms this morning. This after yUle last Friday and have been visiting exchange
a little longer: but pressing businesi some. will open the Hotel Lafayette at !Sara:
non he will return here and leave for matters called biro home. Mrs Curry's brothers Messrs. A. K. and -Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Maurice F. Remember It Is the Large/ Brick Store, toga about June let
Mytona.Mr. Harry Wilson, of the ADVOCATE; staffMr. Uoldftmlth at Fort Pierce, Fla., on Al'rll! Just south of Brady A: Hro.'
Messrs. James Walker and his cone- for Little I.KElt A CO.Tltusvllks Mr Simeon Leland chief olerk of
Curry left, on Wednesday, floe Mother and chile J. U. {V.
and Mrs. W. S. Brannlng are the a son. Ht.
I In the In In, Mr. Janes II. Staurlng two prominent River where he will get their future and the father 1 Is tin )o'la. 1I0tell'onoe de Leon AugustineandMr )
ensconced nicely
cottage doing
: are
.10W snugly residents of Schenectady N. Y.,. I home in readiness and Mrs Curry and W, J, Fleming, his assistant wore
occupied Indian River
forth Tltusville recently by proudest man on ,
\ the write, southbound
who have been enjoying the children will follow Monday Items koo among Wednesday's passenger
Ira and Mrs. M. S. Jones, jr. months at Nassau, Miami, Palm Beach, -Mr. W. B. Coar ey, a prominent met CAme late tot *, en route to Palm Beach and Miami. i
: -Judge M. P. Jones who has been Ol'mood. St. Augustine;: and Jacksonville, -A trio at Hotel Alcazar who have Bhant of Braldentowa, Fla., was a vlsltoin this issue They are taking a muob-n.ed"lteat after

tiding court at Orlando KUslramee and save left for other places, en route home been enjoying the sights of St. Augustine : Tlttuvllle for a short while on Wed -Mr. O. B. Boyett, of Mtms, paid a the closing of the Ponoe de Leon

wares, returned here yesterday. Next -On our 8th page will be found the adjf Walker the and past James couple of II.days Staurlig, are James, two nesday. This. Is Mr. Coarsey's first vlsl visit to Cocoa last Friday whlob took place on Wednesday, 1 1Mr
nek he will hold at DeLand. to the East Coast !and he will visit acv
court the Oliver typewriter for which Mr.W. young bankers of Schenectady N. Y., oral route to Miami. $3T Filter tube. are now for sale at Jas. I'. Vlnlng who has been taking
County Commissioner J. I{. Mlott, of S. Brannlng Is the agent In this eo.Ion. who have been spending the winter at points en this office, price atots: ; postage extra a rent at his beautiful orange grove:
idlanola, who represents the 2nd dls-. This is said to be a very good and Nassau Miami I'alm Beach and Or. -Mr. II. B. Mace, of New York who, place at Ormond will| | soon leave for the .
Hot, was present at the monthly meeting reliable typewriter, and, as the writing mond ; and Chas. II. Walton, proprietor with Mr. B. F, Boll have been orulslni =The Taylor-Ilutolilnson suit will Ureylock, WUIIivmstown\ Mass which
>11 t i Brevard county commissioners this Is visible, It Is becoming more popular of the EAST COAST ADVOCATE, TUuVtrllle. on board the schooner Kdna, up and como before the Court at PeLaod neal l\ I he will\ again manage this summer Mrs.
. than ever. If you need a typewriter, examine Messrs. Walker and Staurlng are down Indian River this winter wont to week Vlnlng will accompany him, and they
leek.Mr.. J. a. Bast paid a visit to Rock this one at your earliest convenience much pleased with our city Its pleasant Daytona a'ter leaving Tltusvllle and be -Mr. W. II. McFarland )ins been enjojlng I I will stop off Washington: New York
xlge and Cocoa Wednesday, return as the terms of purchase arc drives and delightful climate'St. Augustine now seems to be enjoying himself lithe a few airy11tl6' \ \ 'Al( ]pulpnethin( | aol other, place for a while on the way

''DC home yesterday. lIe drove there sasy. Ueooid.Mr. Fountain CIty. weok. I
The OlhlIlJ Inky Auifuntlrio wlllch lilt*
id hack, taking the river-front road., B Jefferson 'who hat : Fifth -.JTho111111.1 monthly ninetlng oM1r! !. ,
-Mrs. Chas. '. Maurice W..I"I1. a Conner resident -Mr.I Jules UurdoDvIl! of av6uue 'sell so ably nutbaguti for /initHy loanou
The weal her wan cool but pleasant andbleoj..yed been spending i he winter with her husband of 'Mtiisville, but whuliiMbueu' with VuiV fork, who linn beau Hp inlln| vail! county School Board took I'I"cethl. by Mr, A. M, 'lsiy+lure 1.11/1. / tlohlt ail e bol-
the drive very much. at lobe( Sound recently went to Mr. O. D. el\vey'n' both his summer the( winter uC Rocklntlge left for hom wuek. ant business of late, and iliS thttrtitlta-

-Mr. Wm. Bradley and other member 3rmnnd to visit her mother, who tins no) and winter hotel for the past rive. yearn, >n Tuesday. Mr. Dudonvllle rnoentlj:, -Mr, Richard, Olndwlnaflersprndlng( vents have been of a high order, Srtttlriilny !
'bin family who were guests of the been well for Homo tins On Friday last t was In Titiisville a couple of day this bought tins Uoodtear pluce on IlfonlUIleilMud. the winter at Miami\ I. has relumed to the might last was no exception to tllflrnU
litakeri, Palm Beach for several weeks,, die took her mother to St. Augustine:, for list of the week to see his. many friends [ 'The ADVOCATK follows to New home of his parents nt this. place !lIck'. ), for the Hawaiian (hue Club sung
iigiin at his home on South Oxford tiuiUment bY Dr. S. 0. Wot'ley and reo ilr. Walsh will not be with Mr. Beaveyat Vork. Mr. tardoavillswasnocompaniet many ftl. nd<. are pleased, to see him In lI event) of their sweetest song after the
feet, Brooklyn N. Y., where he still tinned; to Ormon l un ISlttlll'dlY."e Hotel Asplnwull, Lennox Mass, thU by l his sick wife and family town 1L l\lu. goncluslon of the water sports" which

nilnues to receive the ADVOCATE.Mr. :. understand Mia. Jefferson's mother Is.mprovlng. summer as he has' accepted a po"ltloDwith Writing the ADVOCATE from Tlbbals -We have had 1 unite a few Cullers at sere loudly aprdiiudml. Not only did /I I
the Plant System at T.oughman In the. but
Mrs. Fred. .M. lludni. ".Jen"I."lIe,1 them they give a concert Casino .
Robt. VV Parsons second vice- says: this olllce dining' the w..k. among
Clias. B. Cory and Master Chas, Fla., for which place he left on Monday. llnd check foe / In to ,lno sang and plnyed In the Cohrt-ynrt
has -Mrs. tt.OC several 11.1W.\
ttaldvni of the F. E. C. Ry., who \ I jjleanu paymnniif being are
that VI&IMh111
It reported Mr. again Interest dad" ,
thevhold the Alcaxar where) they quit a
who have been spending work did for with wlilcl In ,
ten kept busily engaged: this winter be- Tory Jr., hotel next winter the you me, know that the indlus take an
"een' )Miami Nassau and Havana spent season at Palm Beach were pas t)e at Mignotlasphuge I[ am nut only satisfied. but munch dnllglitid. / their town paper large audience: ,

few; days at Hotel Ponce de Leon this angers on Fiiday's northbound train -Mr, and Mrs. Gfto. W. Sooble and You followed! my Idea exactly, BIK llotol Alcazar, Atiirttstlne, under
roek, en route to New York where he m route to Jacksonville and Atlantic daughter, accompanied by Rev and Mrs\ For neatness. and general style of work I I -Mr.\ and !Mrs.. E. P. J'orcher Dud family the able management tf Ml.\ Joseph I',
rill' make hla headquarters this summer. teach where they joined Mr. Cory. Af- J. A. Hughes and three suns. left 'l'ltul'v (eel sure. It could not be surpassed. any' and Miss|! Kllen I'alna. of Cocoa, returned 'iieaves has done a pliunuinenal buitllunslhlrt -
short at Hotel Continental Mr. for DeLand where here." home Wednemdiir, after a very whiter; mid during the past few
IIr. Monday, "
Parson has a host of tends in St. ter a stay 1110. on v
visit. with, sir, ami Mrs. II. A.Ulodlett. .
!"KUHiine and other places along theEalt Cory and family lolt for Boston. Mr. they spent a day with Mr. and Mrs W. -Mr. Ueo. F. Miles, formerly generananager ilellirlnful wa"k., Ibo liouse count lies hilvn away
of ,
Count who arc always" gfad to see Cory:: Is certainly an excellent golfer, for :\, Woodward and then continued on of the F, C. L. Oltlllll.l: T. (,;0.,,. Unylon head of whet It wa. the name time lane
blrn In Florida 10 won more cups at I'.elm Jloacb the their journey to New haven Conn. A nfurms. us that the company's dl'edweh" Tliore are just a few more of our ,ear, Hotel Alcazar: l Is certainly a very
p art season than any other golfer: who large number the friends of the party .. ben working northward. from tin who are behind with their ioinllko hostelry( and all the room In'th.
-Mrs. A. A. Degrnuw Mr. and Mrs. risited Lake Woitli duiliigtlitf winter. I vane Ht the depot In Titusville to will loutli end of tiro canal .a rapidly ss "001111.| mib crl|>tlon.\ W* shall b>. 'I> hear .. house sue vxcppllonally\ well furnish- P
1"\: Wllletts and Mr. aud Mrs. Wm. A. the S.itiuday's hem hon voyage. Mr and Mrs.,8oo>blemi >de! and by the time It gets: through tu fioin them l, foie o ir; clerk removes Knell room has inli|" a pleasant outook. .
irmick, after spending the winter very Among past.engersou Mr. and Mrs. i d.tutliierwlll" return to Tltusvlliu In Jupiter, there will be a depth of aloul their mamas (rum our list. The pnbllo room are cozy snd'
'amly at Kl Dora have arrived atfir northbound train were anti Mrs.\ September, or earlier. Mr. Hughes ha vIOK four feet (if water In the canal Thin >right, and the culnlna Is a credit to the
Piton N.V.
Miss .
GUdwIn.of Hlierbornf
summer home Jamaica N. y. VuffiiHtim 1'itou, I -Mr. A. R. There have been tourist a
at ; resigned the pastorate of the Tltusvlllu .. hubs Sound Mcnzir. many
of New York rill he good news for our
Before leave ng for home t be many friends "frank Inslee, and servants, The Presbyterian church aud left the 'ilendn.Mr.l ., who ha been spending' the winter at part I... at this hotel this winter, and we
J(*n. Willet gave her a supper and reIIUOQ and Miss Ulabon, of PbllalielphU. mlnii>try, he will now flDl1alte: In business Miami, Is now' visiting Ids brother Mr. lave. beard the inaongvment very highly
wla.ter and
'e |In honor of her birthday and she bore party h.wl been spending: the la the north. His many Tltusville friends.. f and Mrs. Chappotln, Mnntet. H. N. Olndwln, of tints place, will poke of. The conovrts given In the
'" the reclilentof many little tokens at Hobe Sound, where they reported to loose him frbniamong u... Bulb Robert Chsppotln and Miss Coyle ul remain until th* end of this. month. Mr 'cyst of the Alouxar each evening are oft
I, regard. It was quite surprise to laving had right royal time. Mr. Piton regret Mr. and Mrs. Hughes will be much mliwsd Idicliester. New York; and Mrs M. A. Cil d win made some big catches of lull .. high order and Sunday e"l'nlDllluC
11. wllletfs, who afterwards wrote an bas built a fins winter residence at Hobo In Tltusville. *Prague and Miss Edna Berge, of New whll a> Miami, and w. have. no douot rag no exception to tine rule. The famius -
' ''K'Dal' poem aa another contribution to Sound and ha also had over 7IK orange city who have been spending the be will do likewise| while In Tltusvllle. Hawaiian, Glee Club also added a
and other trees planted on his "*lnt..r at the various resorts from N-.
of the
e birthday rrapefrult O. of Rookaway deal to the pleasure of the guests ,
party. -Mr.. Jos. Gerry,
He Informed us that It wasSot Gardner's Flyers. .iau anllI"vana to KockIndue, will finish Thl hotel
jroperty. mean the winter llnazar on Sunday evening.
who has
) Beach
HOrSE AND LOT FOR SALE in South months ago when there was up their Florida trip at Hotel Continent until lit when ''I'j
many I Rockledna has rtured and vlll remain open May j
Tltusvlli for \ to R. L. tree grow- stvle ,"Sett.Gaooline I Atlantic Beach leaving foi at 1
illjO.Oa Apply hardly an orange or grapefruit Trimmed Sailors new if. ere follow. her ulster. Mrs.H. ManllJer (Greuve will( go north to get
Motlow, Tltusville 1"1110.lJean ng near his place, but now there are Stoves..i.ft5, .5.03.: I CilarieatonV; \ & and home. the ADVOCATe ha aim to her home he Oriental hotel lo order for the coning .
over l.HOO /growing. Hobe Sound Is I fast Wall Trunks.$7.t ), t8.00., They have. been spending several days at I. Msnhart Vtls gone HcbaelHer (another summer season Tb. other members

Crate I I lushing ahead, and with such settlers sstleHsrs. Hove. Fitting S. F. corsets, .tl.'''). Hotel Ormood Ormond, this week, Iu SU sister Louis. b" got Mary to Artesla, wh.reIha of the Alomar staff will also leave. for
Pitou and Jefferson it bass very Combination Sales. toy size .COots. They report a glorious: time while Cothe will ) spend the summer "arsons point A. H. Loomis, the chief
4 -- ;; future before It. Baseball Bats .0, 10, 20, 411, 75ct. East Coast. probably will similar positional
roml iog of ilerk a
, carlo id Just received by the Dond ) it the bountiful orange (trove place) occupy
,"aber Company, Titusvtlle Fla. C.! A. OAKUMKK: Tltaavllle, Fla. -!Mr.\ and Mrs Oeo. M. Bobbins after her brol h..lo Uw and sister Col and Oriental Manhattan Bench( and so alai

Empty Sugar and nice Barrels. a pleasant visit to the Charleston Kx- Mr\ *. II. J. !l IIII&n. It wa a great pleasure vlll M. J. Phelao the cashier, E. K. ,
Tax Notice. ioltlon returned home on Saturday f ir, Mrs. Gerry to h.... her tbre sister il'arry, front clerk will lie the receiving I
Launch for Sale Cheap. For sale. Address, at. accompanied by Kufu Robbins with her at ooklellge-.n at the Jerk at the Oriental; 1C. J, (laze('. the
\V ALTER A. Moon:, Taxpayers of Tltuntllle. take notice Their son, Richard, went to Point Cas- lame time. I ilzlit clerk will occupy tine position of
Launch 23 feet long; 4} feet Inches 8 George St., Charleston; H. C. battbe; tax books of the Town of Titus- veil, N. C., on a visit. to his grandparent,, dock I front clerk; L. M. Boomer bookkeeper )
:'w; equipped with ti 'h. p. double cyl- Mile will close on the 1st of May, ItKX:]. :apt. and Mrs. R. P. Poddlson. Mr fO RENT-Two flAb houses on at I will manage Hotel Nlagara-on-tho-Lak.

1 C. 'ery thing complete and In good Kniploymeiit Wanted. above dale. it. E. MIMH, JB., ,ill", and all had a.very enjoyable time chef; Henry Krelsehel( pantry cook; an! I
lIQoll.'g' order. Address 2t Tax Collector, at Charleston after their arrival. The Ueslrablel'rogrertyat ItockledgeFor 4rt.. E. A Twombly, housekeeper will ,, '

W IJ. UABIIIB, Settled white woman wants employ-and topped over at UeLand on their return Hale. .til /go to the Oriental. A. 31.Thompson, I,
f Tibbals, Fla. rent In private family cooking East lYIM Animal and Birds Wanted. where Mr. Bobbin delivered an address lead waiter will go to Watch lull\ M.earloo .
houllework, DO washing. Country, I to the student of Stetson University. Located on Indian River one mile) from ( head porter will be at Hoteliaplewood

House for Sale. Joast preferred. Apply AOBSCT '' Wanted-Wild Cats, Bears Monkeys pontofllca and hotel Fifteen acre of N, II.
--=- Bfccn's Jacksonville. )tters, Pelican, Florida Deer Handbill fining to Bullet ? [sad nearly five hundred feet riverfront-
, J. 00 7-roomed house with ner-' 14 Laura St., Cranes, Eagles, Alligators Wild Turkeys, age; high, rocky bank with heavy native For Hale at a flartfaln.

:'u quarters most beautifully situated gawks! Heron, Owls, Turtles and Rat- Writ Bond Lumber Co. Tltusvllle, bammock growth. Twelve* acre plant- j
' Ike terraced bank of the Indian River. For Sale. th.nakea.;l Address lor lowest estimate on your material. nd In citrus tree Including numerous All of block 27 In the town of TitiiIIU *- I
;'t'tfile ground 1,200. Apply or ad- Tine: FI..OKIDA OATRICII FARM, rsrletles' of orange !grapefruit t ngerIne v FI* located between the F. E C. a aallwsy

"V; ILLA." ADVOCATE Office.Titusvllle At Banyan, )ferrltt'a latand, fronting 18"pl; Jacksonville! his Two Flue Lot For Hale. *, lemon and lime, varying: In ng* (; depot and Ice Factory; price
Fla. botb Iodlal1 0.1 Banaoa ltiver.including from old bearing trees to three-yearold 700.00( Building on same are worth. t

of land cleared aod Improved, Kocklcdgr, Indian Miter Two fine iOaar.lot. tying on Indian buds; guavas and bananas, also In bear- the mon"y.
light ham main Also Hllacre. of floe Land | of a mile
Iltb. with water
and well
hammock liver 'i mile south of Tort Pierce, on a I ng. Artesian ,
Cottage and Lot For Sale. beavy mock, suitable for citrus trees. orange Ha one of the most attractive. and best :nod ,shell road. Each lot baa ;'KJO fret and hydrant through the grove. Attractive outh of Wotxlley station F. E. C. Ry.un .
2ij i west Price $UM)>.( .
ataodlOlt across
,residence two cottage part.
: Now the Ease Coast of HUh blulf.covered wltb nine-room
getablea. along river frontage.
and tacked store
[ottage and lot onlndlan River front large proportion 10bearlrtt tool-bouse, wbarf soil Vacant town loU. with cottages' at
trees, find hardwood timber Hood for packing-house ,
lemon You can everything >
aod Florida.
the residences of Major F. M. on the the fastest town on
rarieen wellloit boat-lions Property well cared port Pierce -growing
and the Two story leed at this store. All kinds of One groerle ranges, grapefruit tangerine: and pinepplcs mall
EOdor S. F. Gray, known aa welL Place DOW condition throughout. nil Ian River.
remises" and artesian *nd western meats. No better location on the rlveiit for and la good
T"h Place. Price t700; terms halt noted and nnderenltlv.tl0D. For terms : Particular attention paid to the ned* any price. 6fVa.011! ) for each lot.MtCABTT Satisfactory reason for selling. For Call, or address
glance on mortgage: at 8 per cent.PPl ddr.a.Care .: trice sod further Information apply toW" A, C. DITMMH.
further particulars and cruising parti* C.T. ,
wd of yachtsmen Fla.
y. or C" Fort PI IC
write ,
toGEO. '.J Tltusvllle FU.
Tit Fla. O&o. X. HATCH, Prop. Ankona,'we care ADVOCATE
31. Roumsrs ADTOCATB, YJ1le.
Tltusville, Fla.




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twenty" tour l.o-.r without IIIUVIIMDrivers ROAD M ON EY* WASTED. .

received from. $-4u to *70 n. fSoft ASPHALT GRAVEL ROOFIN
r gTIII6's month and bound Un the main linn IVorblaat Oa Illachwitr. Tn..*. Pro

then were 2.i:i0 bows and mule .HIM! ....... No l.nttnm n
100 couches. The annual cost of opw Commenting on the; : law of Harness

sting the line! wltll'2.J" .OOO. tile Empire State the New York Times GUARANTEED FOR 10 YEARS. GOOD FOR 25 YEARS.

OLIO t. The passengers were nearly all men. In a recent iKPiie said:

and they bad u bard time ..untuningtLemuelves. The legislation lnri'toforcenacted for Ton n....ran as soft make. IM your. glove bar WITH NO EXPENSE Of MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS
A gay party of eight oni the improvement of the roads of tin 9T tI end .. tnuirh mm wire by..
tens EI11tEHA Unr.Oil.
Ii stinted from Atchison and they Ming state 1* good an fur a* It goes but It la IA'hIML/ asee You can

for two Uuj-s; and nights/ using ribald not likely toga very far In the llfptlnu bull lenicuien twin In..lire lone-.make IM l.II|

l. words to old church tlm..... Finallyone of the yonnftttRt of our renders.' It pro ordinarily would. The Carder-Campbell Compai

l 1i man proposed; a collection. With vldes) for state aid to town thnt are

the money thus ruined they bought a willing to contribute their part to better EUREKAHarness

r' T jug of whisky at a station. Then there roads built under the direction ot Shack No. 1, Foot of Main Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
the state. Up to the present time we
were a spree und quarreling und poker
*' JYQATE( playing. One man said be had been believe that only SX( miles of the S.OOO Oil -I'o: outhern Selling Agents ten-

robbed by one of the! players, and ho In the state are benefited by this law tfinkmt.poor looking;bairime

Insisted so strongly on M light that the Tho highway alliance whose purponiIn like new Miule of WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND and WARREN'S CRESCENT BRAND GR.'
LIWMI liHuvjr boillMl oU.fMTrlnlly _
to the UKj-fulni-Rn high-
stage: was stopped and a ring formed "Increase prepared to witu.auunl .
The two drunken men rushed at each ways" propones! that the plan now In the wcatuer. ROOFING. Cabot's Sbingle/ Stains and Deadening Felts National Pain

other bnurwd ouch other down and ,operation lu towns generally shall bi 11111Sol.t/ everywhere
In cans all slave. 'Vorks'Structural/ nod Technical Paints.
could not get up. The oilier men helped

I tbe fighters to their feet, and tbe Mate STANDARD CIL CO. DEKOKDE'S:! "LYTHITE" COLD WATER PAINT.

rOLD) STAGECOACHES. harmless battle was renewed. Finallythe ,r ... >. --. --.-- -- ...
driver would walt no longer and ii
+ 1 DO YOU ; UP
----"'- the stage went on. with the PIIHUCng<>rs .

} THE LINE THAT RAN BETWEEN KANSAS quarreling on the Inside. At lust they HAW1TE ER7: s1

t AND CrLIFORNIA. engaged in a general fight and then WITH A LAME BACK ?

4 --_..- went off into a druukap sleep.-Atchl riI4AVa i
son Globe. Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Tholesa
It Coat 922: For the Through Trip. --
Bottlers of Wm. J..Le-mp
end Bruin. Often flroaitht a Bile "A neighbor ran la with bottle of Almost everybody who reads the newspapers -

BonnM-II..vv One Lund of Iuaaen* Cbamborlnln's' Colic, Cholera and Dlarrheoit Is sure to know of the wonderful Brewing Company's St.

..r. A..I 1' Remedy when my son was luffer- J cures made by Dr.Kfkner'aSwampRoot. Whiskey
tug with severe cramps and was!given\ up I Louis Beer. Keg Trade
I The Bt/iKs Hn'e between Atchison and Rot beyond hope by my regular! physician, !Il the great kidney liver

riacervlll Cnl. which mil dally who stands high In liln profession After UI t_. l!. and bladder remedy. Our Specialty... H C3usE'LQ

i k coaches for about live years lii 18(50-00.( ;; a rrgnlneiV consciousness and recovered entirely triumph of th", nlne-
the tint's iwt-r'known lu the ntaft-
was within twenty-four hours," snysMis. 1 teenth century:' discovered ] tc; :> 1260 "\7V"osrt; .A.d.aD1s: 5tz'OJdCJKSONV ;
9,1 cdacli buslneM. In equipment no Dim- Mary Haller, of Mt. Crawford. Va. ij after years of
liar line could equal It. -It Will the This remedy Is for sale by all druggists t scientific research by : =:LI: :..: ::, 3'l..El.

greatest stage line on the globe carryIng and medicine dealers. I Dr. Kilmer, the eminent -

r la lleu'f'I's. mall and '''expr", ,,.. I .. kidney and bladder -
1 t In SU4-C5;; It co"t more for meals be. Talking for Buutnnilie.The --- specialist and Is ............G...........
successful In
tween AtchlHou and Denver than the expression 'wnn lined toward the wr.ri1i wonderfully promptly curing .
rf lame back, kidney bladder uric acid trou-
railroad( fnt-o now costs, with menu clone of the famous debate 0'11 tbe Missouri AC
? bles and which
Bright1 Disease Is the
i added. 'The rim from AtchlBou to compromise- In the sixteenth con' form of kidney: trouble.Dr. 0 For $3 20 craw-a.r.n..ra..4* : Full Quarts t
Denver Is now made In Houiethliitf Ilka : greus' (1821)( ). Uuncombe.! a county In BAUD MO AD TO TRAVEL, I Kilmer s Swamp.Root .la not recommended .

fifteen bourn IIH against six days In tbs the western section of North Carolina so changed that the resources avail- everything but If you have kidney OF THE CELEBRATED 7-YEAR-OLD

k Btagbcoucu 'ilnya.; At one time tbe fare was then part of tbe congressional district able, which are very considerable, iball liver or bladder trouble It will be found

from Atchison to Denver was $175; the represented by I.'cllxValkpr.. n be applied under state direction. Just the remedy you need. It has been tested
In so many ways, In hospital work In private Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey
The in the
railroad fare tit present Is $15. resident of Wuynesvllle, adjacent At prevent each property owner Is rev practice, among the helpless too poor to pur-
time made by stage between of Iiaywood.The /
quickest ever county
quired to pay his share of the amount chase relief and has proved so successful In
I Atchison and Denver was four house was Impatient to bring the T9tod for roods, but la at liberty to every case that a special arrangement his W*,hip'In Plata Packages; no marks to Indicate contents, which will
und a haIr days. Den Ilolladay, owner long, debate to an 'Issue' when old than work out tbe tax at the rate of one been> made by which all readers of this paper avoid all comment. When you (get it and test It. if not aatldaetor'1 returnitasourexpeocoendyour
S3.2O will be cheerfully eke, Is
''j4 of the HIM, graveled by special Walke (lie waJJhen sixty-eight years day's labor for each dollar due by blip. who have not already tried It, may have a .s Kixxi a*any S5.0O sale In the market. We are close. at band and can give
coacheR from Plucervllle, Cal., to AtchIson of agel rose to speak and be was Tbe work whether voluntary or hired sample bottle sent free by mall, also a book ..lltr
1 mile' In twelve and with loud clamors for "Ques elllng more about Swamp-Root and how to
2.000 days greeted; is doneVwhen and where the path master audrepet.etlouforhoue.tdekli.gwerotor you to any bank or merchant bare
two hours, ,. boating the regular dally tion." (Several I members gathered and the highway commissioner may f find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. or to tbe eaitur of this paper.

t schedule flee darn. This teat cost IIoIladay around him begging him to desist: others direct. Tile change urged Is that alb l When writing mention reading this generous-- SOLOMON & LEVI
offer In this and
$20.000 but It wan n great advertisement left the ball but be kept tbe floor, of road tuxes In labor shall paper
payment P. o. Box 33 Ala.
send your address to :: I928-I93O First Ave., Birmingham,
.1 for bin, line. Tbe stages, declaring that the people of his district be done that all taxes shall )wt :
away with : *t'lf .. .
Dr.Kllmer&Co.Bing.r t .. a ,, NOTICC-We pity eiprwiichnrr( tx>all oolnt rewhedbylbe"Southern BxpreM
when crowded, carried fifteen persons, expected a speech from him. that he be paid In money and that the'money amtonr N. Y. The 10 Com puny," but to point nra llntwof. other expr Micnmpanlaii we prepay. only to point
besides great quantities of mall and was bound to talk for Buncombe (or shall be expended under the direction regular fifty cent and Home of swamp-Root_ Whore O.O.P.tlOlltb..rn Price lint Rxprese fur other Company goods on trannffln ppllctiotu t<>When ni.ld oilier writing Mwe mention Wt cannot IU1 paper.nblp

express. words to that effect) and be did. of the skilled and trained official of dollar sizes are sold by all good druprls's *V
One of the conches used on tbe Atcb., This Felix:! Walker hnd been In hisyounger the state.

Ison-PJncerYllle; Hue Is now in the' days the friend rued companion There can be no doubt that- this arrangement .

BmlthRonlan Instl.tutlon at Washington. / of I'niilel! Boone when the IntterpCploN'll would secure very much BEST FOR THEBOWELS

After leovluir Atchlnon It war :! Kentucky and founded Boonsborminh. better return for the money of the va-
operated on tbe Deadwood line 'and After representing North rious town than 'Is got at present. No cHeszw2:: az OOI

1s was several times captured by Indians Carolina from 1817 to 1823 be1 was a I one need be a great traveler In the Interior ale ate w. Hay St.. JACKSONVILLE '.I, FLA.

_ and outlaws. Once when captured by member of the state legislature and of our state to know that the

outlaw. It carried (10.000 In gold. lu died In 1830 a short time after removing general condition of the roads Is lil ff yon heven't a .........r. beaithy the

4 this nttaclc three guards were killed. to Mississippi.llcrblne. and that the badness Is tremendously u.Ibeywelb: 4ore.el.iLl.b.plies. It..o'.ofyvia. I
l. or pill p01.011,b d.... Iho mnonlhvt. ..
Buffalo Bill heard Unit the old coacb costly It Is quite common to see a .o..T.t f muss i>' rf0rtt w"y or keeping' the bow'li 4 FUL
had been abandoned and went after It. fairly good road! passing from the area elouwid oUM law take Fugal. S

% using .|t for 'yearn la his wild went Fever and Ague. A done will usually of one town become a wretched road CATHARTIC CANDY

1 K ah w. In London It carried the Prince stop a chill, a continuance always cuies.Mia In the next and the proportion of the 1

of Vales, and all the notables of Eu : Wm. ,f. StroudMldlothianTexas latter U many times greater than that .I EXPRESS EXPRESL
}') rope examined It with Interest On the May 31, ISlW! writes: "We hnre uaecillerhioe of the former. PREPAID Z
s Fourth of July. 1805) this famous old In our family for eight years As a rule the actual cost of tbe de- I
r' coach was exhibited with tbe wild. and found It the best medicine we have cent roads; Jg not appreciably larger Y 20II
for bilious fever and
west show nt Conoord. N. II.. where It ever used", lajtl'lppe. than tJlat of the bad ones The mon-
malaria Sorts at 1). K. Wilson & then -
r 1'e
was made. The owners and employees ey Is used In one case and wasted In r I

ot the Ktapocoach: factory gave tbe historic the other. The plan suggested woul<<1

old stage n great deal of attention nnt .rlnff an Old Read not increase, as we'' understand It, the EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY c S 4ts
and tu the parade It bore this A Cnll&'ol'lllaIiIlRoelntlou I.. making mi amount collected for roads. It would Ptoamuit.. Palntahlff Po...... Taut flood. Do Good, .
effort! for the restoration to uueftiluenH Sever H.cken. W.sI.v u.IP.IIO.ttTs pad 50 renteP"
sign' : "180.1-Home Alnln-18nn.) ." simply secure an Immensely better return hose Writ fur .r.. end booklet onwTKKLINO
of Kl Camino I Rent, the royal road or hoalth. Add.. .13 50
1 1 Including/ Atchlaon and l'lu the kln"hlgbway., which was trawled
there were 153:'; stations on the line the In the definite shape or,tO'onomy! and KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
the Franciscan missionary friarsIn
I longest' In existence (lm3 tullenk. The profit for the residents of the towns 1 DELIVERED H
tbe days more than a century ago. Q
fare was $22.: or about 12 cent. a mile as well as for tbe community generalIT. -
before the "gringos": Invaded the lauJ.
A, The stations were from ten to fourteen I; .
This road was the most direct route $1251
I miles apart. Rome days $2.000 was practicable between the pueblos and. It has been estimated that Improve- a tl. a$9 9
IL taken In at the stage ottlce In Atchison ment In roads steadily used, which
the missions.! It ran through' very
for fares alone. Bach passenger was should save only 10 per cent of the Paluit
many of what are now tbe counties of Agents for the Brewing Co.
allowed twenty-Ove pounds of baggage, ; wear and tear of horses nnil wagons
the state and tbe supervisors In these! n __ n.. _
each pound of excess cost $1. which and of the time of men employed.
counties have been asked to aid the
was the price for currying express would save to tbe average; farmer from

i HI The tare to Denver during the war was sented.inovement. Many. of them have con $KO to $100 a year. It is not at all unreasonable Known and sotvnIphereber .v o na' k e.P I ell. C' cure Theytemporarlfl constipati

$175 of 27 cents a mile per passenger. to Infer that the plan proposed good crops ..:Ie by agitating t
4d '. The stages were nearly always crowded would effect such an improve
( are groton. bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the
and passengers were often compelled THE POSSE ment. As Jt would not cost tbe coun-
secretes enough bile to make the
.# to watt several days at Atchison try residents a cent more in expenditure Sold eveiywhere.soo execute their natural functions. ttsif intestines

[ before they could be accommodated. Of a woman in perfect health attracts It ought to be popular if. It Is Annual FREE. ural agitation caused by cathartics, { !
A minister once refused to travel on the eye at once. Such a woman i* all once understood. continual and Increasing doses to
D. M. FIRHY A 00.
I Sunday and abandoned his place. lie too rarely seen. The most of women attain _
Detroit, n
bear Kara of suffering on their face f fand
did not get a chance to go until the which no smile Goo For fats. Mloh. compelSI

following Sunday and this time be concluded can hide, and

that, under certain circumstances often In their very Lastfall I was taken. with a very severe on th

.- traveling on Sunday was excusa carriage betray attack of muscular rheumatism which The Largest and Most Comntere er liver Chili
hit Sometimes passengers booked for the womanly canned me great pain and annoyance. }
A a certain day sold out for a bonus of weakness which After trying several prescriptions and Establishment South. Fever, and every form of
rheumatic cures, I decided to use Cham.berlaln' and Inter
them. Malarial\ Dlllous Remitting!
from $20 to $50::; and waited for a later t oppresses :
stage. perfect There health can be for no EtdvurtUeil. Tain In the Halm South, which Jeraeyman.I had seen After CEO. S. HACKER & SON, Fevers andby &going to the seat of the

The quickest route between New I the woman who two applications of this Remedy warn trouble, works permanent cure.

i York and Han Francisco at that time suffers from dig much better, and after using one bottle FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE

was by way Atchlsoa.. The western ease of the delicate was completely eared.gallle Harris PRf

terminus of the line war changed from womanly organ Salem, N. J. For sale by all druggist n. n. WILSON & sox.
t Bt Joseph to Atchison on completion ism. Her general and medIcine dealer
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of the Hannibal and St. Joseph road to health is so inti- -

this point, as Atchison was eight miles the mately local related health of to flow the PeachVa.. Produced.' IF YOU WANT A...
nearer riacervllle than St. Joseph. The the womanly organ That the luscljus' peach has been de-

t stage line ran n little north of west that these rival from the hard shelled almond can

f from Atchison crossing the Rig Blue must be cured before no longer 'tie successfully denied. It Is 3
Pt Marysvllle. 100 miles went; thence the general said thnt the peach In Its original soil act .Building Lot

continuing in a northwesterly course health can be wus u virulent 1'olnoii and that the Per- ... --.. ..
up tbe north side of the Little Uluo i,' established.Dr. Ian warriors hroutrbt l / to Persia some ..( :, .1
ond over the divide into the Platte valley Pierce's Prescriptionmakes of the lords and plumed them for the : or a lot with BUILDING KEADV FOR OCCt PANCY,

; thence by way of Fort Kearney weak women strong and< sick purpose\ or polM. mlnff the points of their MANUFACTURERS OF

iip Plum Creek and Julesberg to Denver. women well. It cure womanly dia- arrows no IIH to render wounds causedby Sash Blinds LAND FOR AN" ORANGE UROTE., dPINEAPPLE

t The road between Atchison and Denver order and disease ; brightens the dull them to tie fntnl. but a change of Doors ) TRUCK GARDEWe
was In the form of a cresceutj, eye rounds out the hollow cheek and climate and toll produced a fruit PLANrAT.IOf; or

0'Fallon'. Bluff was 100 miles north of jive strength for wifely duties and which I I. not only luscious but is esteemed ]folding & Building Material probably have for sale just what you are seeking.

Atchison and Denver. The easiest maternal cares.: healthful.
) part I'SciWIn/Jy: :
of the line was between Atchison and a My h*.lth Is the beet now that It h... hu Office WaterooniB. King, opposite Settlers are flocking In bat stilt there is room. If you i
for four ye.m..wtttc .In.l'h be Mon,of Ira, Cannon Street.
K Fort Kearney.: The schedule time of Co., N. Y., Boa v. "I have taken but this
Ciyuo looking line to
Walk Without Crutches.I way,
the stages was four and a half mile iwo bottles of :your .....,"Medial'n.'F.vorlt.\ Pre"plloa' -' Charleston S. C.
'; an hour night and day Including stops. "These,, mcdicinnt and have-Golden done m. more Ulncowry.Rood than wan much afflicted with sciatica JAS. E. INGRAHAsVl 3rd Vice-Pre.Ident.

Occasionally the drivers would make >U that I have; ever laden, before. I ctmldn do write Ed. C. Nud of lowavllle Sedgirick3o. I lash; Weights Cord and ,
M fifteen miles an hour and the passengers mn my work walk only all the about time half for the a lime\r, and now four.I ., Kan., "going about on crutches and FLORIDA EAST COAST R'T,
took' medicines I warn sirk' in bed suffering, deal of pain. I was Inducedto '
h thought It very fast Tbe IKfbre I your
nearly half the time. My advice to all whore : try Uailard' Snow Liniment, which Hardware. ST. ATJOTJSTIN'E, F
received 1 C2.CO a month troubled with "female weakness II. take, L>r.Pirrce'a .. relieved me used three SOccnt bottles. -- -. .
with tree meals, and were compelledto'rlde Favorite Prencription and 001 ) Uinrovrry'-4he must wonderlul medians greatest ever ; Window and Fancy Class
'r beside tbe driver six days nnd in the world. have recommended It to a number of

.it nights without rest except as they Dr. Tierce's Common Sense Medical persons, all express themselves aa being A SPECIAI/TY. JOB PRINTING

could: sleep while the stage was In motion. Adviser i i. sent frte on receipt of at one- MnetUted bv it. I now walk without. .

I They received a lay over of nine cent to pay eX p 'na* of mailing crutches, able to perform great deal of FoJe Tar OF ALL KINDS
lays every three weeks. On going to tnly.stamps .. Dr. K. V. Pierce uB (- light labor on the farm." 2octs, COct J Honey ana

r', bed after a trip they frequently slept, [file N. Y. and $1 at I). It. Wilson A Son's. J lo' r cblldrcasfesure. No opiates. ADVOCATE pn NTING- OFFICE.III .

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fe3aonal Qarda.: :Notice for Publication.IX -
PIANQj BOX HOUSES.An It is the right of chilJ
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to be well born and to the
Il r'
COURT OF TUB' inexpensive Shelter For Ponltrr'In I
N, BOBBINS, Judicial" ('Irollit of PLirliU.. U..var,1"lIn.. All hut the foldvil GIQ ty. In i hiinoory.-. II. \lIlt:;. Worn In the Ol...tlal Rtuplr health and f

COUNSELOR Frank all.I'i years ago, In looking about for In China the retainers niul _
E. Heath /tnumNwear happiness.HQW
i I 1DQRNEYTND Khrirk K. R.i.. | a fad 10I1'tt rely mind from businessciuvu A\ID ihilJ \ .
f lter. a* special bats to Indicate their of ne inconceivably C;
executor of thu will ir I and having tUrot-iruarters of lg
Jobu Huarh. deceased. nee. The ensigns wear a wire structure aJ'"ji! great .
and United States acre of liiiul at .
and "
State my tlltiioHiil| a natural ,
!I1IIP| J'IICUC8 io Joseph, P. is Brown 1\1I ad-} Rill to Foreelose I nfffotlon( for thoroughbred fowl. rem-inbllng n sugar loaf nud a rat isthepllreuts' ,1\\11 i 'rG
Court. \Iortllalle.; ; trap. It Is l of and how that -
mlnlHtrator of the e* I I concliiclea a foorhlcn nn no earthly responsibility important Ay :\. U f
I' Offloe( at TiTU viLLB, FLA.ATTORNEYATLAW : tate of Julia O. V elleit, to try my handvitb t>oultry. protection against. sun or rain. The I no taint of is left in the blood "-
keeping rea
deceased et .1. a few for pleasure and
I chair coolies use a lint something like to be transmitted to the helpless child entailing the most
;....--- I To ? 'WelleaofIrulnaFA.WetI. s, his wifelEihVT ..; hoping at the same time to get some and its little with offen.sive 1
GAULDEN, ,. .... th'lr'Ull'loyerll', but latter, cheaperand pitiable suffering mnrkinjr body
r.. lir. A prom from It. By tilt time I had fully
+ \Vi'lloii and, Kiiicenla. Wellim, ..t without button or feather. The sows' and eruptions catarrh of the nose and throat weak eyes glandular

L' pile East Comiiany.Orange, New a .leriwy; and of the National lea made up my mind to become a poultryman boatmen have a storm hut made of rat swellings, brittle bones, white swelling and deformity.
New I
Jersey hav had
chrllUmtlnn chicken fever In Its worst
IIIIf all olllee nt street. Jersey (City tun mid bamboo, which Is never less How can parents look upon such little ''sufferers! and not reproach

D ractlce In nil the Courts of the State w.Icnppearlnirbvtheamilavltof J. form and all the noted physicians that than a yard lit diameter.A themselves for bringing so much misery into the world ? If you have
1 the I have
States Courts.TTTVSTILLII. oomplaln-- consulted have pronounced
r da.lId the United ant attorney tiled with the bill In the above myCOHO servant who Is scribe and valet any disease lurking in :your system how cau you expect well developed
FLA. cause that in the h.llof of the affiant each or Incurable. children t Cleanse blood and build health and
w 8os.I35.: you reside without combined la marked by something that healthy ::: your own tipyonr ,
.u the
SUte of Now
!:----- the lulilri'H uiven above and, that Klorula' and at. being In doubt myself as to looks like it two storied or three storied you have not only enlarged your capacity for the enjoyment of the pleasures! l
Wellos Vlr ,'lnl A. +VuIINS. (hare A'Wellea how long the fever might 'last and bow and made
but to
J. WEBB, Lm-ette Welles, and Kinrenla cook's cop of four side The prevailing of life have discharged a duty.all parents owe posterity,
Velle are under protltnble I might be able to make It.
and that; Frank M. Well.. and )1... Frank M color of the structure Is vermilion mankind healthier and happier. I f

ATTORNEY.AT-LAW, Welles age ete., his wife are over twenty-one year of I naturally hesitated about putting mourner wears, n turban There is no remedy that so surely reaches deep. ted. stubborn blood

tbd It m therefore nritaroil that vou, anil, each ofaMve great expense Into chicken hoimos. I made by fastenliiK a bang cloth ofgrnvlsli troubles asJS. S. S. It flenrcl1e out even hereditary
"'' rTaxes la the uon-re&the- you apiwartothe. blllof ooinpliilnt Hlml In the reasoned that if I got sick of tbe business yellow hue around the bead poisons and removes every taint from the blood,
: 'l/ paid ntssdrente cause< at the Olurk' olllpe In this oourt In I should have very little to lose
and build the hcultli. If
I general weaklingsare
sad accounts collected. Tltunvlllo, .Florida upon the 14th day of April and allowing the ends to fall down up
If I sold out but at the same time
llvr3. crowing around right the by
behind to the small of the back. Another up you wrong
FLORIDA. Thl. order will he published .In biddy must have kind of home to :
the EAST some
:. putting them on a course of S. ::t, S. at once. It is
mptvu.LR COAST A DylmATU with. little ilelay .. nia. lie. style ('Ov'.r. the bead temple
oncaaweeic, for four shelter herself from the weather anda I medicine harmless in its effects And can be taken
ooimecutlve weeks, ant a ears and buck of the neck and Is a caricature a purely vegetable
copy of pimteil at the door of the Court House place to lay and be dry.
both old and without fear of bad results. A
PENNEY by any
of Brevard 'onntv, and ooiy mailed to each ol upon the steel morions of themiddle young
A.D. .'_ the above defendants at the addresses given On looking about I found that piano ages descendant of those tall Write us about your case, and let our physician*, advise and help you.

stove within twenty d.y. f win tats date boxes would answer my purpose very hats the heads of the This will cost you nothing and we will also send our book on blood and
I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Done and o' at the Clerk's ()tare at Tl- well. Mr. Warren described method upon captives
I I'trrUSVILLE tuivllle.. my thut are drawn upon the papyri and akin diseases.! THEXVVITT .SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta Oa.Tg .
' FLORIDA. 1904. of putting together and the pictures
tombs of the Still another
pburnolm. ---- ----------- -- --- ------ ------ -------
will show the two styles. I purchased
[L. I.] funny shape Is one which looks as If It
the court of 7th
I In all
the I
WIll practice Hapl By O. A. Stewart >. C. my boxes at 5O cents apiece!
were the remnant! of a felt hat from
Judicial Circuit.rBEDERICK mid hired two men two and onebaitd..s }
which tbe brim bad been Irregularlytorn. a a
:Notice of Attachment. to put them together. .

A. MORGAN, [Editor's Notes Mr. Dingley has j

reference to the article by the Rev.
:Beauty and Strength
r.v THE corxrv COURT i\ AND FOR Edgar Warren, which appeared In S t psil
HEir, ESTATE AND INSURANCE jL Ilrevard county Florida the November number of Are desirable Ton are strong( and
Poultry l
vigorous when blOOff l Many
your pure.
t I Loans Notary Public. Bonil & Bond Company a cnrpo. Keeper The main facts touching on ..
most to
nny, -wom n, properl"tli.teat
raft .n or the State of Florida. ,
, Collections Typewriting, Stenography., rialutiir.. } these houses were put by Mr. Warrenas their food, and so become pale, sal Ill

V8LnuUO. follows: Did you ever think of tbe low thin and weak, while the brightness,
1 TITUSVII.LK, FLA.WADE Redden Defendant.
possibilities that nre In two ptauo rcslinosn and beauty of the akin and com-
To LIIII. O. Heclden remlant l In the above can pies Ion. depart. Remedy thin unpleasant
anti ledxult and all other persons Inceranteil. (cases which be bought In the

H. JONES, You are horehy notilled that u writ of atuulunenc nearest <'It.. for 50 cents apiece? evil, by eating nourishing food, and ,
\ linn' linen' luaueil attainsnu and your property taking a small dose of Horblne after each e
tc-wlt: All that tract of land' tying In ltrevanicounty On a level place lay down two Joists' '
meal, to digest what have eaten, I G'r
Florida and de. raked boxes and yon
an follows Tim eight feet long. Take
REAL ESTATE; AND INSURANCE, mirth ",.) fret of Inc. :2, or Sro\ SI, TI".211. S. R. 37 your boots at B. U. Wilson, .A Son.
K: lining tho same limit ,1"'rll.e.111I I toed book carefully remove the boards on tbe
j| Loans and Collections. "K 1\." pane xa :tai, 354 and :IM, Retorts of tallest side. Spike" the boxes to the X24 i ie

llruvariliMiiiiitr, Vlur/da,1)01) 'nging! to the .said Joists so that the open ends will face The Side D. Moray Cared For. +' I
l.oiilrt O. HmliiHii and the
biillilniK therein attached l
f TITUSVILLB FLORIDA. to BiitlHfy the ilDinunil of -Iliind i'(I Hond each other. With tbe boards you hare The Due lieIOI'I1Y.: hnlf brother to rl

Company, a uoruoratlon of the'State of t'loridaeuforementof Louis Napoleon was viubasHiidor extrnordlimry I
: lien: for ,material: furnlHhed I said: taken out close up tbe gnp betweenthe

A. WORLEY, lleiUlen, for the cO..lrlloll"n nf s bnlldluir upon boxes on the buck and roof. Put n to the emperor of Russia. i
GEO. .
e"IoII..II.1 amonntlnii 10 H"Z: .il. during the coronation fentlvltlen and
door In front a pane of glass on either,
:sow unless Kluill
von ap( |>car before the Court l
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. in said' milt and plead or demur tn the declaration side of tho door, complete laying the wrote home that the French might
triad hereinat the uloik otllce at th* Court learn something from the inslims.. If
General practice In State and Federal house In Tittinvhlti Haul, count. and state on floor put in a roost cover the building

Courts. All business entrusted will the rule day In August A. I>. leO' being the 4th with a good roollng paper' and you It were only how to light 10.UOO cau

receive prompt attention. ilayol said month' a dufaiilt will lie enterediiKaliiHt have a house that will accommodatea dies In live minutes l>e Morny was In I
i( you In one eimriu, ami upplloatlnn, will 1 ,
General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate be muile to the Court for anal ndceiiien| >and dozen liens at a cost of not over $3] Purls\ the night before the coup d'etat

Miami. your niilii property will be fold to pay said debt In these poultry houses\ crude as and spent the etilug ut the opera.Between 1 I

MIAMI FLORID aIM..tI.ry.altl Witness mv hand Him...nI'h. Heal of RaM, court at they may look. I have cured for 300 tbe acts be went Into one of D II ?

the Court. House; at TUusvllle., Florida this the old stock and chickens and have raised] the boxes 1 to' spouk'io a lady of bin I t I t
4 h day of April ItXti.
JAMES ANDREWS A. A. STEWAnT. some as Hue fowls ns could be raised acquaintance. f

(:Seal' Co. Ct.) .> County (;lerk.By with a farm range. I preferred first "What shall you do. M. de :Morny"

ATTORNEY-AT-L.AW. U. L. Oanldon Plalntlir Attorney O. A. Stewart 31uo D.Jill C.II l to make a success> with my birds bop- asked n lady "It tile national assemblyla 1 I I Ii

lain office and poatoffloe address''TITUS- Ing to produce a line of birds that swept out of doors as tbrpalt'lIelU""Mmlullle

TILLB.!!: Branch office at FORT would equal the best, and then It I ," be replied "I shall try to i ay I I
Notice of Application for Tax be on the side of the broom buudlo.Qentleiuun's ."- \ i
''r08eouti Attorney for Brevard Co. could sell stock and eggs/ for hatching e I

Deed. purposes at a fair price and thereby Magazine.A I
Notary Public /State at Large.
_ All
Under Sec. 8, of Chap. 4BgH, Laws of Florida.TTOrrCEIS make. a little profit for myself from the VALUABLE MKOIClNK I I I tI

HEREBY GIVEN THAT JOHX prottts derived I would build poultry I
OTEP1IEN E. FOSTER For Coughs: and Colds In Children i
1Ilenry AIl".C.I."r..h..erurr..x.rrlll"ateN..1trlIUl
J I 7115, dated the Jth day of .'"Iy houses as I could. My boxes hate "I have not the slightest hesitancy
A... D. ls m', 'IIIM tiled said, certiltcate In uiy oltlre. l been so successful that bad I much recommending Chamberlain's Cough
ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW and has' made appll"atlon fur tax deeds tn iHmiela
accordance with: law. Malt j ertlllmttes embraces money to expend In houses I should Remedy to all who are suffering. from

Sims Building, the following described pniperty. ultuateil' : yet continue to use them for summerhouses cough or ooldH," says Cb"".. M. Cramer, / s .
In Mrevardcountv, Florida, til wit: All.of Martian'nand
as they fill every requirement.Of a well known watch maker, of Colombo
JACKSONVILLE; FLA. all of Htwtlun 34 In township 81, South of
... Raiiite M Kant. coiKalnliiK lino acres, course I have !large yards connected ., Ceylon. "It has boen lome two year ., t
'I'he said. land being. aHHimiieil at the date of the with each of six bouses. since the City Dispensary'firlt called my 1
/ W. Ar LENtATTORNEYATLAW. iHHimnoe of such coruscate In the name of Florida my attention to and
GEORGE Southern U). Company rules( said oertlH- There Is nothing like a few standard ,0.
1 have used It and It has always
cate shall e redeemed uoconlln.< to law, tax bred bens for pleasure and profit. repeatedly -
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deed will issue thereon on the IDth day. of April, been beneficial It has cured me
A. II. 1IXK. While there Is not great profit In a few quickly of all chest colds It. la I

:Ir WEST, FLORIDA. Witness my nlflclal sl It na turn and seal. thlf the hens, there Is more than enough to tally effective for children and seldom Otltclal' Supply blouse of The Illinois Fishermen's AMoolatlon.Tlio II !
nth day of March, A. I iwtt.L. ) __ __
Will practice In the United States [ ..] A. A. STEWART: pay for the trouble besides. tlie pleasure takes more than one bottle to cure themof

id!.State! Courts. 9j unOS Clerk Circuit Court: llreanl. (J..,.,. Fla.By one gets! from ('arlml'for I a fine flock h'>arMene8l. I have nermiadi'd many Chicago Not and Twine Co I I
U. A. Htewiirt, I c.
of birds. of good breeding. Much\ of I to ire thin medicine and they are all an ,
well pleased! as myself over the results.''
the success with poultry depends upon Manufacturers of_
|r.r.o.. FRIES C. E. Administrator. Notice. one's liking for the business and the For sale by druggists, and ,modloloe
dealers. rl
COUNTY care the birds receive Give tbe same ,

SURVEYOR. TOTICB!!: H HEREBY OIVEV THAT THE!: care and thought to a flock of hens as Roads !
Und legally surveyed and sub-divided. V nndi-mirneilhavelieiiniiiipiilnt il. anil have inter. .
\ one would to a herd of cows, and'tbe S '
'PPlnir neatly done. Entl mates legal! quHllHuil 1 an ailuilnlntraMrit of the In the few 'j
past increasing
I kinds of Disc: Estate of Martha I'. Callahan deceaAed In lirevan profit will be as great in proportion to year I r: i it
I let! lines engineering works. county, Florid:; All creditors :l (titei'illHtrlbntevH the cure 'IInd money Invested. In the matter of good roads lisa i iI I
a specialty and all iierxomi t aviuir claims or ,
TOMTIIMC ileiiianils nirain. .t the Mute: "f Martha <-. (,alh., There are great possibilities In tbe Caused such sn agitation In convrvstlint '' I I

Brevard Co., FLORIDA. nan who died In tile city of DonM.dnen, polk poultry business for of business mt-n who have tliplr bond on the I:'" 'i., I'
Iowa, on AUKiiit HI, linn, are herehynntiaeulto pulse of their 'onllllItUl'nt' have IN I IJoII
: ( begun '
: presentthe suina duly verltleil and ability who are willing to work.In .
tf S UURNHAM, M. D. atithent Intiteil to the iinilnr.iineil within' thetimepreserllsd an egg producing ben much dependsupon to recognize that no Intvlllsfut saul lib- = ,.;
by law or able notice will be
pl..le.ll" bar ol nalil, rlallnH.luteil the care and teed. A ben to be rrol support of all effort, to give thorouKlifur too FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Oe crlptlon. 5 '
March. in I UK?, <>* nod lilgbwTiyii to their
SURGEON and at Dun.MoliiBn, I .w" people
SPECIALIST, a good layer to my mind must be fed Dealers In Seine Maitre Curd
,]AMK. CAI.I.AKAV, will b.! demanded of them by lbosrwhom Twins Rope, Kic. :Ii ,r
Ear, Nose and,Throat. C. I'. KOLMIW, for eggs from the time she Is batched they Originators' of Wholesale Prices direct to the fl' h.rm.n. ( t

T. McCarty, Adiulnlntrators.C. until she commences to lay Meat and represent '71).141...... K. Indiana" Kt. flilosgo, III. '

n PALM REACH, FI.OKIDA. Ot Attorney for said Adinlnlntratoni.XotUe. vegetables should form a prominent ... virnilon The AnrooATK In your letter... ,I

- part of her diet. I am of the opinion c 4 r
I \V> are &femb"r-of the Illlnol i KUhernien'dTbe i AIIIIII.\Iln. ,
ytnouonTovs that the two hundred egg ben I read ,

I II much about nowadays Is producednot
I, so This .Iplture li on every but o! the g_. .. _:1 "
.O.\TIS'G ,TOTl'E: 14 HERKHV GIVEN THAT TrtKunileMiKnvd so much by breeding ss by care I 11
DENTAL APARTMENT:\ will to the Hon. Min.r Laxative Oromo-Quinine T bi.
app| y and
1\ a. ."..,...,Circuit Jiulite, ..n the Bth II.yor '1>. remedy that rnrrm M sold let ewe day ADVOCATE does neat .clean Job Printing :
on the "pento,'"' May. A. IJ. IKU! for charter liioorportlni tlieTlm Perhaps It will be of Interest to know w.

1 ,.v. lie nyulh taium snit I 1.11..ry AwMicliUlon what I do with my fowls In winter. I __h '

Now AT PALM<< BKACII. (AMOjUtlon aenr1yoratbnunttnrprnati.\ In the physical. The mental. ol.Jaclorthe l trmlnluK hare stable 33 by 25 feet wltb a nice

of the ebll.lren of Tltiin,llle, by pr,.vlillnii Byna.luiuan.1 "" dry basement. I purchase my bay

:oley's (, llliwry:be fonnil. a.lvantmnw.. filed In the The office pniiMMmllinrtorMflll .:'r the prrMWHl!, so I can use my hayloft for -

Kidney Cure Clerk of the Circuit Court .t TltuMrlllj.U my breeding perm; also tbe basement A2Z6Zfrl'f
rkes K. W FF H>
kidneys and bladder right.firginiaHomes J. Manus ,'uoO.nltn. which makea" a fine place for my froH'- I+

--- F nmim, Ing stock sod extra, cockerels. It I Is my
I,. A. 1I..v. 'ti
76apl ( KO. ;\1. U.... IIlM. Intention In the spring to build a modern :

henhouse.-Parke O. DlngKy In "
1J It
Poultry K>*per. ikt- 4I;

' A Sample copy of one of the beat farm Save the Loved Ones I j
& 2fc.t
I ou learn all about Virginia Lands, published, free, If you will lend Mrs.. Mary A. Vllet Newcastle Colo .
resources, products, mode of out: papers writes: "I believe Ballard't Jlorelloun.iyrllp '

,'atloD. prices etc., by reading the your name on a postal card mentioningthis is superior to any other cough
fglnla Farmer. Send lOcts. medicine, nod will do all that Is claimedfor

''r a months subscription to the paper. It, and It !I. so pleaaant to take. My S t-t*** ,r 7J

iris Co., Emporla, Va.ANNER :TuE PLOVTIIOT Co., little girl wants to take It when she has / 4-

- Ga. no need for It." BalUrd's horehound S /
Atlanta, & 's&tfZr : .
T /
SALVE Syrup Is the great cure forall pulmonary ** r* .

ailments :U.'iers, AOcts and '1 at B. It. /Z/ 1

smOlt heallno_ mmlvm_ In the world. Wilson A Son's 7fi.Av #
--- --- --- :;
- < rL )
"IT"ADC Foley's Honey and Tar : i'-- i'41 6 t

BO YEARS cures folds, prevents pneumonia. ((.It. DI..........

EXPERIENCE Tbe department 1 store Isi useful and

Line. convenient but the multifarious nature
Clyde Steamship! .
of It* activities sometimes lends

via the Clyd.] to dilemma. A
and reservation a ,
t 8te.Ticket"m blp Line can be .ecured of Cha.. ""'here ball I find something nice In #-- 7Z-

U. Walton, at the ADVOCATE office Tltusvllle. oil for the dining room?" asked a stoat.mllltiff .

m-omnn of the floorwalker In a -h. ? L ##. 7 .frt;# upAt. '
MARat ,
western department store. ( 7.A.L.
DsstnntCopvatoirs Picture Frameir "On the tblrd"- began the floor- L I Id
Ac. Photography, Z
n""' ", ?.'I1.If' kirh and walker' Then h.> punned and .looffeil L Z ST&tC.. = a.<. ?-
f wh..thor Motldingv.Portrait
Hrliun onr oivtnktn fro and doubtfully st the ln.iirrr.: "Did yon .-
1'}' i'Y : HmjdbnOLo: nnnanlr,l Pmnl* Pbotoral'hs. painting' cr wmii'tblng In tlie
Marine Qlf'l1II
'J.'_ .Ir.Iry fur....,., Landscape and "" *,
...,i rj" saw tbrnea. .
/l -
oat ob.r In tb
co ant
ti kflhIfifi JHuci-lcan. Old picture and Ooillhed copied 10 and any enlarged style dt'Alred. TO CUKE A COLD It OltK: DAY T-: / P.d.J7"d

size Bromo
Work: Oolabed Take Laxative Quinine; Tablets. .
tnew. ".7'f.' tllvntratmf ......"* T-nr.iC Hrir Florida views for .ale. All druggists/ refund the jnon :y If U falla

liN'N'' nantW.L n"tncul0 Sold}rarnTwrnisj bl&l .."._01. 93_* for amateurs at trade. prlcea.F. to care. E. W. Oro".'. signature U on 4vr..' .; 1s.vt? Zt-r aeo-ilea t.. a 'r / -- LLt/.a-+r'4.eo.... ..v

\" & CO.Sl18roHn'. New Corr Tit n... each box. 2.VU.

-b lllIIce, GI r II&. .........-. :

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JAMES. FRITCBARD, President; Wu. -M. BROWN, Vlca-Preshj

EAST COAST ADVOCATE. disciplinarian LORD KITCBKNKK, for recently i. a strict four arfaj of., None Excell and Few Lines Equal Our Spring an d C. S. flCHUYLBR, Cashier. 1

flee,. of the Colonial Bushveldi RIVER STATE
AWBBKLT JODBHAL DBTOTBD TO TH. DBVB&OFMBKT .. Carbineers of the Orange River Summer Line of Dp-to-Date Clothing INDIAN

Ot tam t wits BIVBB, LAWOBTU .. Colony, were tried by court-martial .

? AMD BnOATHB BAT OTIOM.. on the charge of shooting Boers COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

; PUBLIIirfED' : KVKBV Jl'BID..a.T.U..a.aLB. who had surrendered. All these for" Men, Youths and Boys. New fabiios new pi it. Authorized capital, $ i oo I

officers were found guilty by Lord Paid, up capital '?
.terns and thoroughly tailored garments at popul ar $25
staff who tried JiI.t
Kitchener's British
; H. WALTON Editor Publisher ( ) Average deposits, $ ioo'l
them, and two were shot, one sentenced :;) prices. Our 2-Pleco Suits. were never better. I

'. Dlsoontlnnanna. of &<1vtn. must ba made per- to twenty-five years' penal Transacts
enally) at thin oflloe'Or by writing servitude ; and the other, who -. a General Fall

- I turned King's evidence, was aen. iff\ New{ Lines of Straw "ats 4 may be made; payable to CHABLUR. tenced to deportation. Business.
WALTON puhltalier.Addresi Ll Negligee]I Shirts, ,Neckwear, Hosiery In Ladles' BE id
: I'' __ I-
\ CECIL RHODES' will granting two Men's styles, Ladles' Jllsses' and Children's Shoe; Largest and.Oldest Bank on the R|
all oominnnlaatlpns to : -
Hj'3 EAST COAST ADVOCATE scholarships for every state in the : all up-to-date and factory made. "Mother's PrieuBoy's ; Exchange: bought and sold ou all F"'I"

; TITCTUVH.I.B rz.oam.J ",. United States to that famous institute tft h Shirt Waist" In No.* 84 percale at 40 cents, is a : 1 Countries.--

,. ... --..,.--- of learning, Oxford College, leader with P.tronam; appreciated. Prompt Service!
-- --- -- --- --- --- us.
I. is a most beneficent testament. In great 1 treatment, and every favor connl).tjint will
: U. S. .Department of Agriculture ervatlve banking granted.
'j our opinion, Mr. Rhodes ia doing r'
Weather liureau-Jupiter, Fla. whole A-, Lad lei' and Men's; Umbrellas with one extra rl b CORRESPONDENTS: .
of the -
more for the benefit Seaboard. National Hank of Now V.j irV I
country in granting these scholarships over the ordinary make of this kind of goods, Is Bl','P. .. :0a&- : N..tlooaillank. of Jacksonville Fla. '"

& The following is a comparative state- than ia Mr.\ Carnegie in es. log the best of satisfaction. We are exclusive agent:s ] ,
and rainfall for the
went temperature
tff week ending Tuesday, April. 8, 1002.DlTE. tablishing public libraries. Both ? for this make; to look at one Is to be convinced tha It ____ .

_1902 1901 | men, however, have done much for \
( g -
It has equal.
I MAX. MIN MAX. MIS their fellow men, and have made no THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPAN1
2 71 49 SI: 74 their names imperishable. Mall orders receive our special attention. -

cty 8 77 /84 78 64
4' 77 67 75; 62: RHODES' Clothier TltUSYJlle
1a R. The
5 76< BO 70 fid( IT NOW seems as If the F. E. C. ,. Wood Coal Coke Brick, Lime Cement ii'

6 71'! 04 84 64 Railroad will be extended to Cutler _m______._________ iL'
N ) 7 79.71 78 60 =""- -- -- !

8 .80 68 77 56 and possibly further down toward BREVARD COUNTY COMMIS_ C P Plaits attendance eto,on pruper..... 10 I IW 0 *
,; Total rainfall for the week: .01 the keys. The tremendous tomato R Wilson & Son, inert for pauper -1 7 Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick
F W White, Boo Comrn Auoolatlon;;;: 11 0 Paving ..",. TO!
I kl Departure from normal. rainfall for the crops at and around Cutler makeIt SIONERS. Mrs S) Lyraan. pauper..t. 10 (0Win < (ITI
_ : weak: *minus O.02'lnohes. Departure road shouldbe Corey, ................ 8fl II<
necessary that the .nl>enhain, .' ................ 100( : from normal rainfall since ,January 1, extended Into that territory.' TITUSVII.I.E, FLA., April 7, 1)02{) lirldictm, .' ... ............ 60<1)) .
l minus 3.08 Inches. J Lewis. .. ................ fit<) General
.' HAL. P. HAHDIN, Observer The Board was called to order on th'S ;MFutch, .. ................ 110< J. K. MUNNERLYN, Manager.

7th Instant, by order of the Chairman,. ('harltY.'adgett. ....... ........ 15/ 04<3 _ _ _ St.
FEW VIRGINIA. ------ -
.- J CMoNetlia > ....?......... /an I( ---
Walker 1st District .
Present K.
: J. ; Tucker *. ................ 101)i( COT
.,-*.** .- R Mlot 2nd District; R. A. Conkllng' AOore, .............._. 60 I)(f !
.: THE DISPENSARY AGAIN. 'IVher" Snow 11;;*. H.ea In Order'mauiiA/ 3rd District; J. C. Jones 4th Dlatric t HHnRln, It.. '............... SO N< MeMurray & Baker Ii
A. M White ........... ..... 5n
and J. F. Bell 6th District A. Stewart
,- CL\1I ToN, WBST ) ; WmAndennn '. ................ 80f )(J Jr ,
tEI In a recent issue of the ADVOCATE April 2 1002. | clerk; and J. N. Wailer,, deput;r MM.J. C. Johnnon ........ ........ 01 SI
sheriff. Mrs O. W. HrookB .' ................ SOIr
I; we ibowed briefly wherein the iliapenaary Editor ISatt Coast Advntate. 1. Minutes were road and approved. I *Crosby ..>. .... ............ 10 OIl 401-413 East Bay Street. Jacksonville Florida.
Hiununtba, Orlffla, .......... ..i... CO
1 would cause a strong political I did not down to dear old Florida On motion public road as marked am I I 1 John Herring ..... .....,...... 1\ OIl a
w faction to spring and get laid out by VV.K. Hardeeand W. I. Allei I Willis) Ormiii ................ 400 Headquarters
up thin winter and have the plea'\ire of Mr. K jrrencott .... ... .'- A OlQaine
is declared road. "14'
a public
dominate the people. At this writIng baking hands with numerour friends
my Warden Fund
I we will. endeavor to point out a InTltuavllle and'along Indian River, still checked Treanurer's Messrs report Dell was and received Mlot wen and I T A Robinson. game .and flshkwarden..... 40 In Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycle
I have kept; In touch with the people, up. T A Rniilrmon expenve making out bloc 11 111 ,
few more ovlls that would be fostered and have read weekly of the happenings appointed a committee to destroy the O It Hall oomB on permits. .. ....... ...... (00 and Sundries. .
upon us! with the adoption of fn the south land through tbe paid warrants turned over by the Treasurer .: Road Fund Dist No.2. hi

the dispensary system medium sunny of the pink paper or EAST with his report. They reported! the Gustave !Stohl lumber for brldues. ...... 8 (00 "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on your wheat h1

e dispensary COAST ADVOCATE which Lenjoy reading had done the same, and were discharged Special. Road l'und-Dllltrlct No. 3.
One serious objection to ,
well and almost; think I Tha Treasurer had his usual certificateof P A ;McMillan Court contract ........... 30 (KK short notice.
.I is that constables would exceedingly ; deposit. it Arnold hauling .. ... '... ......... V R1
search could not get along without It. I readIt Report of County Judge and Ta; Collector Jan. "", vatt. Siiut &guard convicts ..... 88 n.IX _---_----_ _ _ _
-14 be empowered to private carefully during the summer season, Waller, II, .. .. ....., in mT. ICLa
of licenses collected for the year rodne ...... ..... 1110
4j homes for whiskey and thus sub and when I down south the following JoriTBnutiii, oonvlnta.
go 1002 for the month of March, amounting Fee & tewart. .. ..... ... ...... 8333 1r I
Jeot Individual families to indignities winter, lam well posted and know exactly to 14.75 State and $.4.1.38Jouot:. )., was H Ii ""I"Un.lumher., brldie| .....,......... 44 24 DUPONT & MIDDLETON. .
tolerated what ha happened and the changesthat R A Oonkllnir.examining road .... ..... 6(5)( )
that would be
not by .
have absence. received. LK li'I""d work.O'; .... 9 !tflOhas. OX'
Ip a respectable community. This. taken think place during, my Report of Justice of the Peace Mont Hnlum II .......*. .... ...... .IBM, -DEALERS IN- bi
I could not .of dolntr without .the Hardeeof tines collected and turned over Duo llxiiHon, COIIHB rout. convicts.... .... 407
; process was the cause of the Darlington pink paper for the small mm of one dollar C. F. MoHrlde. groceries. ... 2901 it
j to the County Treasurer was received.
riot in South Carolina, and fifty cents. .' Amount of linen. $7.00. Special Road Fuud' -District) No. 4. YELLOW PINE LUMBER
All that can possibly remain In Florida K("arltori. ..o"t''''nL..ct.. ... .t.. ........ 28 Oil.. .
lfr where several of the first citizensof until the 6s, of May should do no. We Petition of 'John Goode, et. al., oltl KO: Walker,Boot contract ..... .. ... '... W no '4
the town lost their lives in an fearful weather, Easier zens of Malabar and Melbourne, wan received J CJonen.examining: roads .. .... .... ... 400 GOSLINOSVILLE, FLA.
_ are having ; on
and .Ton. Williamson, Lars Jor- Road Fund District No. S.D. .
encounter with coarse and irresponsible morning we bad a. tornado that destroyedand Special Our saw mill is located at VVawn on the St. 'i.ucie River, 261 mIles south ol
and II. Fee appointed to .. .
Keasen F. were R. AuaIlonr0404 work... ... ..... ...' 9 /no
de'putles..1t Is natural clamaeed<. many churches and other mark view and lay out the same.Report ft Plnron r.uin ber Co, lumber ... B4
and ...eralll"es were lost. It .1' .a M) Jacksonville, and we are now ready to receive orders, quote prices and make quicl(
insolent buildings Planters' Security Hank freight on rock.
for to resent search of Tax Collector of taxes
men an
4 poll ... .. ..
road. 75
work S
has been snowing more or less for the. J Travnnr : > either rail .
collected during the month of March for .. ... delivery, by or water transportation.DUfONT
,, of,their homes, especially when they two and In places the W W (Hum. h ulliiK and road work. S 24/ ,
past days, many ..
It 74!
I roucln eto
i ,know i that the search was made for snow was and U drifted more than three the :year 1001 amounting to.$203.00, was &F R 150)1.HanUie; examining, wirk on rooic roa:
i political reasons. The home is sa- feet deep. How will that do for April received.Bond of. Geo. W. Beal, as principal, T J Cuokabuct,checking up petition...... 4 00
Fund. --- -- -
weather In southern IItate? .. Feeding Pts..nen
ored and its. sanctIty' should never a with E. A. Holt and J. K. Leathermnn RH Ir
Thla state was w.ell represented In J r F Brown feeding prlwner...... ....... 0600
1i! be violated unless there Is every Florida this winter, and my Immediate sureties, to carry a Colt's rifle, No. 10150( Fine and Forfeiture Fund. ''VLI

believe 'criminal has caliber 44, was approved. .. ........ 1941
reason to a neighborhood by one young lady visitor. J P Hrnwn. Cilia: Pros Co Ct Paints (
I DODd of John Quincy, aa Prinolpal'l A A Stewart ," .. .......... -4 66
been harbored, or a crime is being My kindest regards to all friends. Enclosed with C. D Provost and L. A. M Ooldr-inlth, conviction fees............. 10 oo Ire
please flod New York draft for Wesson J P Brown corns on Sues. 00)100)001..1) VI III II
wi perpetrated. $1.60 to re-new my subscription to the as sureties, to carry a Smith & .. .. orlm proij F court ... ....... .31 lu J.'a.
L The homes of some of the best ADVOOATK. revoll'er"No.Ii;\ -+, cal. Sri!, was approved. On motion the Bnaid. adjourned to
Bond of W. R. Campbell an principal
people of Ditrlingtim; were subject: Yours very truly, with (J. J. F. Campbell and E. A. Campbell meet let Monday In May 1(102: at 839: AUK THE BEST. SOLD> BY At

Ibt ed to an Ignomlnous search for JOHN, J. JACQB., nn sureties, to carry a Winchesterrifle a. m. ______________

contraband liquors, for political No 143459A: cal. 44, was approved. Foley's-Honey and Tar contains no G--E:<> G-E F. :P.A.JDX>ISON'.

41 reasons only, and also because one Foley's Kidney Cure makes kidneys and Petition of W. C. Braddook, sr.. et. al., 'opiates and will not constipate like TilE LUMBERMAN.
bladder tight. Don't delay taking. Mold
I of the State officers citizens of :ijobualian, fura neighborhood,: nearly all other cough medicInes Refuse
had. a grudge
by B. It. Wilson A; Son. road In Sebastian was received, and K substitutes. Sold by' Wilson. Son. EATJ.!: OALLIE!!:, FLORIDA. It.
4t against one or two men residing in O. Hardue W F. Sample and Q. A. Braddock

that and mark _________-________________ -------_ J.
1: town, eagerly sought an THE FISHING INDUSTRY OF were appointed to view.and Sc
to with them. lay out the sumo.
opportunity get even a We knew one of the deputies per- SEBASTIAN- Petition of Valkaila of N. and Rasmunson Grant,,for et. a*1.public, citizens April Jet. 100*.. H. A. HODGES.... Sc

Ik.// Bonally and a more consummate Grant reoelved Balance cash on hand. Alar lat. 1903..$ 3,028 2B Manufacture of
The New York Gazette road from Valkaiia to was -
Fishing say ........
Amount received in Mar. 19OU 8.7BO 91
'f drunkard and scoundrel never trod Sebastian Is a well-known fishing placeon and C. W. Bolton, W. Arnold and G. ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...

., oboe leather. And these are theft Indian River, where they do a good Wash burn were appointed to mark and Total! .... ........ ........ ... .. ...98,81925 C)
business but fish have been scarce this lay out the same. Leu. warrant. paid. In Mar. ,. ROUUH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable CiatesJ:
'men who life CommUnlonen .
to-day are making delivered to
J winter owing to the weather. Thereare Report of Justices. of the Peace H. L. and School Board... .... .......... 8,004 M Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building n''
I miserable in the Palmetto State in three firms there catching fish-T. Casper and W. L. Keifer, was received. SLY part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. The saw mills are located >

the name of the law. B. Hicks A Oo., the Sebastian Fish Co., Petition of E. J. Shattuck, et. al., citizens Balance. on hand April let, 180! ].....9 2.824 79Att ( at Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J.. T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any

:ri Let every voter carefully view and W. C. Braddook & Co. T. B. Hicks of the 6th C091mll loner'. district, V>- BALAKOH. M HELD AS FOLLOWS- part of the East Coast. Address: H. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff fa.'

the situation in South Carolina be- A Co. had a branch at Tltusvtlle, but sold praying for a special levy of 7 mills for Deposited In ludlnn) River "State' Hank Ill
out recently. VV C. Braddook Co. are road purposes, was received and checked a* per Chier'a certlhcate.. attached
-t fore casting his ballot for a man newcomers. The Sebastian Fish Co. has up with the registration and tax books. to monthly report. lau check not in 52.82470 u

.J whom he knows to be a supporter been consolidated with the Indian River After checking up, It was found that Total............ ...' .......... ....t 2,824 70 Fine Job Work ExecutedAT
of the dispensary. Another reason and Lake Worth Fish Co., of Fort; Pierce, 50 qualified electors and ta; payers" out IAL-MOBS BKLOXCnva: : IC0I111tyRevenueO..n..ral BACH rOBD: AS PeLoLu'W" Quickly '

Fla. will build an Ice plant at Se-of 8J( had signed the same. On motion 'mz
why we the dispensary They ) Fund,........$ 240
oppose system bastian. At present Ice la brought from the same was granted.On .. Road .end Hrldge.!!: fund.. ........ 143Hulldlnuf
,' l la, that the fair name of our Fort Pierce, $&00 per ton, freight $2.50$7.50 : 'motion the Board proceeded to select .. Fund ... .. .'...... 4 OA: THE ADVOCATE OFFICE II
I Fine anti Forfeiture Fund....... 87 M
state would be tarnished and degraded During the season large a paperto publish the delinquent tax -
per ton. Feeding. Prisoner Fund ... .. M 78Ipec.
_ ad'iii
r ,{ if it should go into the saloon quantities of Indian River fish are shipped list.. The Melbourne Times Florida Star, .. Road... fund.. New DIt. No... 1........ 414 83
and 4 8-..,.... 2477
business. to northern markets. EAST COAST ADVOCATE: and Cocoa .. "? .. .. 4......... 1,003 M3
Rookledge.News were placed in nomina .. .. .4 o.. .... 17 02
We would oppose any mercantile F. M. Ironmonger Promoted. tion. On the becond ballot the ADVo- I bounty Game Warilen Fund. ...........I. 70 00 The Buffalo Gasoline Motor. 31'
:' system, whatsoever, in the name of CATS was selected. Proirty of Deceased Pemm Fund.... I HO TI
C'ollntyl'lchool-Oeneral' Fund.... .. ..... 53 33
the state, as being below the dignity The following circular letter baa been Petition of E. O. Sumroerlln sr.,et. al., Special Tax. School li l..t.. No.1..... ....... 04
H of commonwealth. We I. received at this office, which, must be citizens, voters and tax payers of Bre .. .. 4. .. :3......... .. 11 81ir HYDRA semi-dry BATTERIES. THE 'qTOSP ARKER.
a great pleasant news for Mr. Ironmonger as yard county, requesting the Board to Investlgate i, i. u .11 3 .... ...._, g35

would not like to see the state well as for his numerous friends: the bonds of the County Treasurer Total... .. ................. .. *2IU4 70 CEO. R. WALLACE Agent. West Palm Beach, Fla.

l handle the grocery business, or the NEW.YOUK, April 2, 1002. and such other County officers aa F. H. BoYS, County Treasurer. : StIi

1 l dry goods and clothing trade, because are required to give bonds, and publish

_ the dignity of the state would Editor East Coast Advocate: theiesultof' such Investigation received.the report A Cheap Indian River'Home.This Peninsular & Occidental Co. alII
of their proceedings, was Steamship
Effective this Mr. F. M. Ironmonger '
; T I be compromised In so doing. Today date, The bonds taken and 'a
were aa good approved -
Florida stands in the forefront jr., Is appointed assistant general the old Board. This Board > place consists of 13' acres J(
I passenger agent, with headquarters In by mile north of Fort I'lerce.I I our acres United 8tt s Fiwt Mall Routes for
I of southern States; its courts and Jacksonville. has no power to Investigate,as the bonds cleared and fenced and there KEY .
file In Tallahassee.The are are WEST. CUBA AM THE WKST; INDIES, VIA.. MIAMI AND FORT TAMPA FLA.Proposed
all other institutions are respected' THEO. G. Eocn. are on ( ) the
2j.OOO bearing: pineapple plants on
In notice
effect dates
following' bills were paid. tailing on shown. Subject to change and postponement without a 1
but If Florida should into th. General Manager.: place. There are 2>-, acres ready to set
: saloon business it would lose prestige J R Walker. Co Com and mileage 4 00 in orange trees and pineapples. The LT.Miami .., Wml..... .. .... ....II :20 p. |I Ly. Havana.Tues.. Fri....... ... ....12:00 0000. CI
We believe Tax Assessor's Notice. J., ". ... 8 40 remaining nine acres U good pineappleland Ar.11svna. Mons.,Thurs............ S:00 p. m.1| Ar. Miami, Wed. Sate... .. ........... 6 TOlO a, m. II
at once. can not R A ConkHnjr II. 1 1:* tiO and a portion of It good for trees.
John C. June, .. SO 00 fORT TAMPA-KEY WEST-HAVANA.LINK.Commencing Jan. B, IJ2-l08.. g. Olivette.fMascotto.t Ih
the people will allow the state of I will be at the) following places for the ) '.I. 23 6O It has a frontage Indian Klver. The .Port' .. .
J F Hell C"n.pSA."T"e2t."rrl'irSllni-* I t Havana, ",,W".ls, "Bats, ')(on..... 2 00 P m. to
i Florida to Tillmanized, although purpose of assessing taxes for the year TJ ("M1k.hUUr Reg Officer............... 1A 41 best buildlnff site is on a high elevation Rev eS. ).. tlun" ....It:31)P I I Ar. ----we, Weils..,'8ts1tMon.... \1:311 P.">. III
1002. .J P .. ...... .................... 80 00 overlooking the river, the town, LY. Key Wetle. "Ttle...'rl.. tOlIns..8:00. : 11 m'l I AT Key Wet,*Weils. 8ati,fMone.. 10:00: p. m
the dispensary has numerous advocates .. .. ... .. .... .. ..... 8 no 0
City Point, Friday, April 11th. .. lanltor .. Co 00 and the Indian River Inlet. There is Ar.HavlIIla.-Wed..8ate.t3Ion.. .. S::00 |Ar fart Tampa. , and the contest will be hard waIting on Corn'.4 MIAMI-NASSAU _
Titusvllle Monday. 14th. .. U conveying ./ 8fl no house on the premises.Fort LlX -Commenolnc April 1,190! -S. Martluiine.
fought. Those who think there 16th. A. A 8tewart, ""oc
LaGrange, Wednesday, .. .. report tax redemption...'... I no AI'.8u. Tutlll.Thaw,8at.... ..... eJO: p.m'l| Ar. Miani'Wedis, Fri.. un..2 TOO P.. m.
p will be no fight and that the leaders Itaulover. Friday, 1th.Canaveral R Bowler ferryman. .... .........", IS OOW Florida Kast Coast. Railway and a placeof Comoienolng April It, 1902.
t1 of this movement are only Inaugurating ', Tuesday, 22nd. a Brwlitock ferryman...... .......... 1000 some importance,, with good prospects lv. Miami.April11.AprIl 1H, April)..2 HW) L.T.N..u.. April U,April 19,April M.-SKW pm.
...... ...... .......... W 80 : pm'l J
7 Electric LlRnt Co. for future development. There Ar.Uawau April li:, April 19, April JO Sao | Ar, Miami April 13,April 20,April K'I'; II.M a.m.
Tax Assessor.
a bluff, will surprised when J. F. WOOTKX, John C Jones, copying minute. .....,..... A,00 of all kinds several churches t
i A Pariiev. salary county Judge. ........ 25 011 are stores MIAMI-KEY WEST UXE-Comroenolna December> 16, 1001-8. 8.City of Key West.
the issue comes. "A wise man J R (n-.w.o.. nr......jutlnK tty.::.,...?.. 8J SIBohuvlur school potttotHce, telegraph ofllce, eto. tr. Mlainl,Storm. ,Weilii. Fain. ...... ...11 2C!! p.m. I L.T.Key Wet,Tuen.Tbnn Sate..... .S 30 t-*.
eeth the danger and avoideth it." The Great Dismal SwampOf & Hrannlnfr ins on C H......... 37 BO This place will make a fine home and Ar.Key Wwt. Tuea, Thur., Bate' ..... 2 3O p. m.,| Ar. Miami, Weds,Jils, BuiiT. ..... .. : II 00a.m.NaVUIuKSS" t tI
r H Hoya.cOIn. a*treasurer.. .......,..... 1K3 HOohn I I
Virginia is a breeding ground of ma- .. Henry, writing for, 0 Com ..,...... 100 capable of being made quite a planta-- e \ billed on !SOUL Meridian Standard Time except that shown for Nassau Is local or ,
laria germs. So la low wet or marshy O H Walton. ...ra.lnlfJ.DI'Y........ .... t ou tion. Five hundred orange, and grapefruit Thie. I
TOE State Fair to be held in the These causeweakness John Henry t Rents 34 20 treesand 100OOOpineappleplant8an ) .J prevloulIltlc. CHARTS!: J. KTrak.H-.vr. t
; ground everywhere. germs ck80nyllle. Cia..January 1.1002. .
A A Stewart.auditor and clerk to board.. lit in .Jack80nvtue.I'I& 4,
is engaging the attention chills and fever aches in the (' beplacedoriIt. Fine fishing. hunt
1A 00FliirMa
present year ;\Ira" K: Harbonr.clrlnjfoD right of war ______ -
the and the people to bones and' muscles, and may Induce dangerous Star blanks for ilierltr ........ T (6 Mlr ing and oyatering' In the Immediate vi- -- ----- -- t tI
1 of press maladies. But Electric Bitters Walton. blank for treasurer......... 0 00 cinity. Fort Pierce Is headquartersfor .
considerable extent. The fair II A W H Draw:0. book. for clerk office :21 00 X'T' WHITE'S CREAMVERMIFUGE 4'
1' a never fall to destroy them and cure ma. A A Siewwt .,.pre..* on book... ........ 4it huntingfishing and sports generality. ,
should be held every year, without lariat troubles. They ",1I1ulely prevent J R W.tlk.r..tam, CoCom... ........... Tlk/ Price, $1,800) which is very cheap. 'V V OR MS. ;
B R Wilton" aoii.nua frr n.... 3 05 For full information address
,, fail, and no better place than Jacksonville typhoid. "We tried many remedies for .. .. 4. .. prthn*. .. ti0 B lln Quilty. ;
HottlaQuantltT. -
be found' for holdingit. malaria and stomach and liver troubles" R W Rhode*. clothing oonvtcta .,. ....:i... 104,1 C. T. MCCARTT
can writes John Charleston, of Byesville 0., K I. llrad, 't Bn, m Worm
The metropolis is the gateway but never found anything as good as Eleo- JIRWlhona&m. II ........... 1 OOKee ( ,.- j
.'11 Stewart. for Jail............... 4 TA/ ,
be depended : pipe CALL AT TAYLOR'S PHOTOGRAPH c x.Ja :EST .A.X.X. %: ::1R.'UGlrGlrX..T .
I to Florida can I trio Bitter Try them. Only 5Oc. J. Tom Johnnon work on fall .. ............. 500 ...
upon to secure the crowd. I B. Soreven guarantees satisfaction. R A Uobbett cleaning ecu. pool ......... 300 Gallery,Tltusvtlle,and look at samples. Fr.psr.d_ _by -_ ,_ JAMES_ F. flALLARD, St. LouI,


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t ..irheMdroSlgllt was broken by a heavy ]l;t JBJR <>S.

Monday. ,

bid ''11 tti Mrs F. M. Hudson and children' paid OYA p Light Wholesale Doaleta In '

their Eden! friends a visit on Tuesday. Biscuit GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE.,

Mrs. Lewis ,
of West Palm Beach, arrived I
--- -
Tuesday morning a visit at Mrs. -
N. Saunders'.
0 Corner West Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Miss Delicious Cake
Kitty Saunders left for
a at
greatly Fort Pierce missed., last Wednesday, and Is very ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY.


EYE SPECIAL oSu. Fla. The Ladles'church Aid held Society their usual the Congregational s 7 Dainty Pastries W'6 are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas;

flaystroet. at the home of the president Mrs.meeting Miller guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed We want
last Friday afternoon. your Oranges and Vegetable Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
l l
R Stuart. Miss Paddock and Miss Fay, who have MARX BROTHERS Jacksonville, Fla
mr We Sell to Dealers.
spent two months Fine : only ,
very pleasantly at the Puddings
1 Netherby, left for home on Sunday, stop 0 0 J -- -- ,--
sky' Itching is visiting relatives ping en route at St. Augustine, and sailIng tt .r+

anions & Tuesday, from Jacksonville on the Eau Gallie.Mr. Georgiana.

n HoXeil hue returned from Palm Arapaboe, Flaky Crusts -
a successful season. Will Saunders has
reports to
"and to take gone Fort Pierce, and the Misses\[ Hodgson spent The many friends! of F. W. Miirmoa\
LOD! Parks Is still at Seven Springs, ing at Indian part River the great Inlet.mackeral fish Sunday at Bonuvunture. will bo glad to know that be Is some bettor
here. They
to return
not expected .
hand' l Is : been catching them at the rate of one Heavy rains during the past week,
f, woodward is busy hundred barrels per day-the fishermen which were much needed by our orange !Mr. Carrington and family have rented

ff Iw I to bis plantation onnBeeeey I making as much as thirty dollars a day. groves tIle parsonage and will assist Mr.M-unso
In his grove work.
I Mrs. Charles II. Kacey and Mrs. A. D. G. Ronald, of Lotus, was In Eau Gal-
m Rea spent the week at the Rea Merwin made an expedition to Ankona Tibbals. Melbourne. lie on Tuesday last, procuring fittings Miss Mary Clement, the Misses Tls-

.lead. the opposite side of the In the Interest of an entertainment to be for his new launch comb and their aunt Miss Speed left on j 4
Lit eon Friday for their homes In New York.
given at the
; Town Hall to raise Mr. Hebert, of Jensen, wa a pleasant W. T. Wells, of Melbourne, has had
I has launched the "Ad- funds for the purchase of an for GOODE ft OOODK.-R nl Estate and Loans. Allan Clement anti lend Mr. Bristol '
,W ne89ey organ visitor in town, last Friday. for .' Ctna. London and and his lent ch hauled out, cleaned and gone
In,, be in commission the Episcopal church at JensenWaveland. Liverpool left for Harvard aftera
4, ye| will put Globe, I'rovlileiuie WanhlnKtnn. and Hun Fire over on Hodgson's ways. Saturday, college,
M possible. We hope the affair will be a great Many of our residents attended the lonuraiioe., 8polal attention paid to the vacation of a fortnight with friend t
BOOB success. Anyone who has labored with Gilbert's Bar Yacht Club meeting, last interest of non,ranidents. John Near's photo studio Is almost and relatives at this place.
lonie: Corbett has his new launch In art organ whose notes will sound out of 'Saturday: ,and they were delighted to have --- complete and some business has already
KinK! order, and expects to build place, without provocation, and continue ex-President Cleveland and wife and par- HOTEL CARI.ETOW! -Open the year round. Jiitxhtful >e- been done on the new premises.Mr. Misses\ Nellie Owen, Nellie and Beth
Cte shortly., spot toepend winter or niniiner. 1<>. Bruner, Winnie Dixon and Nina Baldwin
Barry Dyer, \ to sound until the last breath is out of ty as their guests. oateil on high bliitT overlooking the Indian and Mrs. A, It. Hodgson entertained were the guests of Miss Catherine

Ir ud Mrs. Grover Cleveland, Miss the bellows (the children tittering and Capt. J. 11. Andrews and family re- River Tern FLUIK. rate.ROBEHTSOW, ,rroprlotor.Subsorlptlons ,. on Monday evening last In honor of Clement on Thursday afternoon.'
rtiund; Mr. Flnley still linger with the preacher waiting with a resigned air, turned to their home here last Thursday, the Misses Rose and Nelda Ruohsler.
and meanwhile,), will appreciate the situation Mrs Sarah Clement 'nnd Mrs. Annie
IgjoflDg the boating fishing on after an absence of about two months
CstJ-ucie river and down at the Inlet. and be ready to respond In any way I sojourning at West Palm Bench. The the P- for the ADVOCATK, Mr. and Mrs Amaden and Mrs. Nettleton Clement and her charming little daughter .
pink of the East Coast, will be
paper left for Abhtabula 0.
on Tuesday
called ,
they are upon. I Miss Catherine, spent a very Vea*- ;
Captain reports a very pleasant outing.F. received at the Melbourne Postofflee.
postmaster B. Kltchlng has recelv- after a pleasant stay at the Granada ant afternoon with Mr. and Mrs Hugheson ,
I,nest of lock boxes, which will be The Tea Club met at the home of Mrs. U. Hudson is milking many improvements Saturday.
dla position at once. The Stuart Luce, at Tibbals, Wednesday afternoon on his plantation, In moving, remodeling L. C. Moore, of Roneland, was In town Miss Singleton has succeeded raising ,
ce Is as neat as any on the East last week. It was one of the most pleas- and painting buildings, eto. on business, last Saturday. funds for a new ensign and pole, for Owing to the serious Illness of Mr..
ant and social affairs In the history of School No. 5. Success to our teacher. Munson our Sunday school superintended :
lit Florida. We r
01( are always glad to see Improvements Capt. Don Martin took a picnic
the club. Mis. Luce Is a very delightful going on, as it adds materially to the to Cast Melbourne Monday. J. A. Gilbert Is having extensive repairs the } .."t"re"1I hunt, which always I., j
Ifoi on
Amy Kltchlng gave a reception, hostess and her guests always feel at value of all property. \ done on hla residence on Eau Gal- so much pleasure to the little folks, was I''
day afternoon, to her lady friends. home, and at peace with themselves and Allan Campbell, of Roseland, was In lie river. Alox. Near has the contract postponed until Friday afternoon of this
t those present were Mrs. II. W.tat all the world-and never send regrets Col. W. O. Winans, of Titusville, gave town visiting relatives this week. week when everybody Is cordially Invited I'
] Mrs. Chas. Woodward Mrs. II.Sjtjpman when she Invites them. Those presentat his many friends in thin place a pleasant The sharpie, Lizzie, was out for a spinon to come and see the fun '
MI'.. Grover Cleveland, Miss the tea were, Mesdames Hendrlckson surprise, last Thursday, by putting In Dr. Goo W. Holmes, of Sharpes, was saturday, with the Misses Rosa and
jut, Miss Baker, Mrs. E. !Simmons, Webster, Andrews Sawyer, Waters, his appearance here. We are glad to seethe In town, Monday, on a professional call. Nelda Rooheler and Wood, and J. E. M. F. W. Lynian celebrated Ills85th birth ,
last week. Is hale aad
day one day
Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Walter ; Colonel looking so well, and all are Hodgson, aboard.
.iKrnger Hudson, and Miss England, of Tibbals; Miss Annie ElmaGoode has gone to for f I
of his Lee '
Ming, Miss Rhodes, Mrs. Bevill Mrs. Mesdames Richards, Miller, McMullIn In hopes he will decide to settle in this Ankona, to visit at the home of Hon. C. I Some very pretty views of Eau Gallie hearty who Is stopping a man with him age, Is 81 Mr.years old ,
whose ,
,hereon and others names we Webb, Wey, Knapp and LeTourneau place again. T. McCarty. : river were taken by Miss Wood last but looks ten years younger. Mr, and : I

i to get.DREADFUL._ and the Misses Brown,!Hlough and Webb Henry Andrews, who has charge of Miss Helen Miller Is home from LaGrange week. This young lady Is quite an adeptat Mrs. Hughes spent a very pleasant after t, I

[ ATTACK OF WHOOPfs of Eden ; and Mrs. It. R. Kloou and the pineapple plantation In this place where she has spent the past amateur photography. noon with them aDd Miss Mary Newel I I: ; ,

COUGH.-Mrs. Ellen Harrison, of- daughter, of Jensen. owned by Miss 8. J. Tibbals, of New season teacMng school. I Capt. !Symmonds will leave shortly for who Is the very picture of health now I
The Gilbert's Bar Yacht Club had York, recently purchased ten acres of although she Cattle here quite un Invalid I
Park Ave. Kansas City Mo. writes: an his northern home. The Captain will
Miss Eliza Eaton took a tripto
party .
Ideal day for their last uncleared land near White City station. in December /She has class In physical '.
meeting Saturday. return early this coming fall and make
children had attack of
111 two a severe
Pelican Island last Saturday on the
title /
dr. Andrews to improve culture which all the ladlessuoul
Everything was just right-wind, sun expects extensive alterations and additions. to. young 1'/
pooping cough, one of them In the launch Dawn Capt Claude Beaujean.
and build
and in the near future a attend.
roiymn of coughing would often faint temperature, no sandflles no mosquitoes his Eau Uallle home. I
the tried -nothing! but good nature, In home on It. :Mr. and Mrs. Heron, Mrs. Wm. Bruster ;
d bleed We
at nose.
every- Letters from the W 8tlckn*
|ag we heard of without getting relief. man and everything. There was a com- The Jensen Cornet band have a very and neico. Miss Emly Perkins, left on board the cat-boat ,Alice y party, Notice. t i.
fortable crowd between 73 and KM Saturday fur the north, after spending on report a
pres and Attractive uniform and will now '
fallen called In our family doctor who neat -
jolly time line weather no Inject, and
scribed Folej's Honey and Tar. With ent. There was a little flutter of excited come out in lull dress; and what la much several pleasant mouths In the Chalfee a very pl aiint cruise,In prosptcti A ,!OTICIC' M HEIIKHY GIVEN THAT. IT IS ; )
Tory first dose they began to improve Interest just as dinner commenced by 10 their credit, they had sufficient funds. Cottage un the bluil. weloome awaits the return of this l, my Intention to "|iply to the Hon. A. ii. j.
live feel that It has saved their lives"lure the arrival of H. W. Bessey's launch witha In the treasury to pay for them out of hearty rmiiioy County .1 r ndue of Hr, "iml County. ''
Mr. and Mrs. Cavath, of Grenell, Iowa"" party. Florida' on the; loih day of- Silly UKW at Tlt"'l'
substitutes. B. R Wilson & Son' distinguished party on board, consisting the they have earned by playing who have the .
money spent winter so delightfully rule, for authority to "II..t private sale all the "
of ex-President Grover Cleveland and 'or' dances, etc. Few"" bands of Its age I with their friend, Mr. and Mrs E. P. The Whlstlewlng, Capt. Gen. E. An right, title suit Interest of the Infunc Prank M. "' h 1
drews' fine launch, was, recently on iMiiiiok. In and to time trnoti ot Innd.
wife, Prof. Flnley of Princeton, Miss and opportunities have doue as well. Iltnannrevardl'ouut '
Branch left for the north We
lately. .
Hxlgsou's: boat having been over- Klorlilu, unit ili orili" Miss Arnold and 'Mr. and Mrs. ways
White City. Bryant, to them In Melbourne hwsl tftandlrorlalaak "H," andIj I
Geo. E. Andrews who has had hope see again.A i t.ota.,4,0r, 'I
Capt. hauled cleaned and repaired for the
Bessey. It Is easy to understand Mrs. >t. e.e, llaii'l UotHlixik "8" IIr the rtnorilmlVlllaira '
Cleveland's popularity. MIA Is just a charge of the Casino at Palm Beach this jolly party of plcnlcers went to Mel summer business. She left here, Tuesday Dint <>r Kan!: Oallle, situated Iq "Seo."' 1C,. t

|\1r. Austin has been quite sick from an dear, sweet, unaffected womanly woman. season, arrived here last Saturday on his bourne Beach, Saturday, and another big fur Eden. Tp. ar B.V It.111 E. E. N. DIMICK if,

|:ack olla grippe. Everybody wanted to grasp her hand and launch, the Whlstlewlng, and after look- crowd of pleasure seekers took a trip In One of the prettiest weddings ever seen M As Guardian for Infant t rank M. IHiulok, ,
what It to meet InK over his pineapple plantation, left onSund.iy the launch Dreamer Capt. S. A. Martin.
tell her a pleasure was
I Mr and In Eau Gallie was that of Miss Margaret
Bahnoy family were visitors his
how tired she must be morning accompanied by Melbourne folks believe In having/ a good
ft\White City on Sunday. her, but knowing lather' Capt. J. 11. Andrews; C. A. Rob Booth and Mr. George Cole. The ceremony UK A I, ESTATE FOR SALE.
of all that, her day was made as happy
took plaee In the Baptist church
jUisa Alma Fransen and Mrs. Campbell and simple as possible, by an absence of nson N., of Y.Eden for Eau and Gal Mr.lie Ha where lop, of he Buffalo will time.Mr.. and Mrs. Ferry, of Waukegan.Ills., on Sunday evening last at 8'H: o'clock -
thin Fort Pierce, last Saturday. all formality and nobody thrust them As Administrators of the Estate of
his launch Hodgson Bros'. dry- and Mr. and Mrs. Goo Stephens of Titus- by the Hev. W. T. Lalne. The church
selves upon any of the patty. They were place on crowded the doors the lends. William Treutler, deceased.. We olforat.
IJ. H. Wynn, of Fort Pierce, drove dock for repairs. ville, Pa., who havespent a pleasant win- was to by
'rough' our village Sunday last. lefp to en toy themselves In their own way ter at Hotel Carleton, leave this week for of the young couple. The church was private sale the following described Real '
pretty with their friends. We will not deny The residents of Tibbals have several their.:: northern home. They will be beautifully decorated roses, K-tate, belonging to Bald Estate. : l'

I Although we have been in great need that our eyes talked, and that we were advantages that other settlements do not missed here, but we hope to sue them re- lilies, vines, eto. The brie was escorted No. I, Sold

JrfmlD, beans are being shipped in large Interested In every thing they did, and enjoy. One Is that a delivery wagon turn again In the fall to their old quarters I to the altar by her father, and was No. 2. All of HI- of NE!, Section :31,

BiUatitles.Hr. when Mrs. Cleveland picked up a dear from each of the four stores stop at every In the Carleton I gowned all In white, with white roses In Township South: flange :ii7 East, covered

Mo&Iullen, of Eden was here on little baby and rocked it to sleep, how dwelling three times a week and take I wreath form on her brow, her young with water, lying: In said Kau Jallle
'"iiindij and Friday, looking lifter hisjWato we all wished we had brought our ba- orders, andwlll deliver all goods, free Mrs. Mlday and daughters the Misses lady friends acting as bridesmaid Mr. River and Eau Jnllle Bay, containing,
Emma Matilda and Ceserea and
bies. We bet we will never leave them Into store room-everything one Mlday,
and your Cole was attended by his brother, Harry
crop orange grove. about 110< acres more or less.
home again, for we might loose another needs-fresh western meats, ice, vegetables Normand Wernet, of Canton O., left on Cole, and Mr. Paddlson, and was attiredIn No. 3. ,.
j i. P. Christensen drove to Ft: Pierce, Wednesday, for the north, after spending
in fact
chance. dry goods, groceries, the conventional black suit, and look. No. 4. That portion of 8WU, Section-
.Ma;. It Is no trouble to drive a few everything from a fish hawk's nest to a several pleasant mouths In Melbourne ed as happy as the occasion required.
lulu with a good horse like Mr. Chrlsiwio'i CHRONIC BRONChITISCURED-: sewing machine needle. What more among old friends. for this, I believe Is The 'young couple will go Into house Township 27 South lUnge I7 East,
commencing at point 371)) feet West from
nag Ginger. "For ten years I bad chronic bronchitisso could we expect If we lived In a city? the sixth or seventh winter they have keeping/ once, with the best wishes of Northeast corner post on Ij 8eot.iol1l1ne'

J I- W, Hosier, of Jensen Is back here bad that at times I could not speak Now that the Good Roads Associations spent return here with and we look forward to their the whole town for their future welfare as aforesaid and ((10 feet !South: ; of said >{
Coo'man pleasure.
urn( attending to his grove and garden. above a whisper, writes Mr. Joseph"I tried all, In good working order, and has accomplished and happiness. Section line for a suiting point, thence
!has not been here for some time on of Montmorenoi lud. much In restoring confidence run South 43: feet, thence Kant 100, feet,
mount of injuries received his horse remedies available, but with no success. of the thence South 420; feet thence West to,
by thatI and also In the way continuing Sebastian. Foley's Kidney Cure, If taken In time
|inning away. Fortunately my employer and Tar.suggested Its effect construction of good roads the writer affords security from all kidney and bladder Section line thence North 3:28: ft, thence j d}

I H Kaudson Is continually marketing try Foley's Honey and I am now I would suggest that the next thing In order -, diseases. Sold by Wilson & Hon. East 717 feet, more or less tOG point 100
was almost miraculous and most needed in this county Is a feet West of Southwest corner of plat of
*" Miss Irene Braddock visited friends In
| berrles. he being the strawberry the disease. On recommendation
cured of my
thence 1M feet thence
Good School Association. There Is noth- Memo, ;
|log of White City; and It pays, for they many people have used Foley's lug; so badly needed or of so great importance Grant, Monday. South Rockledge. East 730: feet to West side of K. E. C. 11
quickly bought up at :loots per quart and Tar and always with satis- Hardee made business
Honey to every man, woman and child Capt. R. A. a Railway right/ -of-way, thence North on.
iVmrrounding npense towns, with no freight faction." Sold by B. II. Wilson & Son. In this county as good schools, and yetIt trip to Melbourne the first of tlie week. West side of F. E. C. Railway rightofway '

seems to receive so little attention. Cool refreshing showers. Monday A very welcome shower on Monday 00 feet, thence East to point of beginning
L. McCoy, of Golconda, 111., is spend- Fort Pierce. And why? Is It the lack of sufficient made ,the hearts of the truck growers night brightened vegetation very much. ; excepting railroad right-of-way
J''IlK I few weeks with us. He came here taxatlon'\J\ Bad management extravagant feel glad. through said land. Containing about 25 ,!l>.i
Edmond and wife
'account' of 111 health and Is feeling so expenditure of the school fund or Day seem to enjoy acres Including the County road. This "I

;such better that he does not waist to this coast reads. any other cause? Let the cause ba> whatIt Prof. Teter arrived town Sunday their new carriage./ It Is very nice tract has a young grove of MX) or 000 t

i'oje.' He is staying at the home of Mr. Nearly everybody along may, surely there roust be some reme- and took charge of the public school oue.Misses trees on It, and an artesian well, e". /
I and< Mrs.Orrel.A the ADVOCATE. dy. We are all familiar with the fact Monday morning.. F. ?f. and A. A. Bristol made a No. 5. Degln at Southeast corner ef

I very refreshing thunder shower We are very sorry to chronlcfe the that our present school system is far from The attendance at both tin Methodistand three days' ;visit with Mrs. Salmon, last lot now, or formerly, owned by J. L. Harrison

doted our settlement, Monday night, death of the Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. what It should be, when we can get buta the Union !Sunday: Hcbools. was very week. thence run South across. Elbow e

mach to the delight of our truckers. L. Baker. The bereaved parents have four months' school term. Who will good last Sunday and Interesting lessons Mrs. II. B. Rodrlqiie and Miss May creek to North boundary of land belonging \

land was getting very dry and this our heartfelt sympathy. start the ball rolling. were recited. Montgomery/ were calling filencU, last to Wm. Treutler, thence East alone

I'hower will be worth hundreds of dollars }[rs. Frank Tyler received a handsome Park Invited his Haturday. i Section line which Is the North bOUDd.t
:Over week from friends In New A Nearly Fatal: Itunaway Henry numerous ary of Wm.Treu tier's land to North bank tl
growers.lOur last
present, friends to his home Tuesday evening, J. S. Coats made a trip to Braatley of Elbow creek thence West along bank '
readers will remember the mention haven Conn., for beautiful the Eplscpal silver church communion Started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J. and entertained them by giving them a last week. He reports that the groves of said creek to point of beginning, being f r" ri I
In the shape'of two Franklin Grove III. which defied nice little dance and refresh looking fine there.
peach trees which Mr. Poppell B. Orner, serving are In Section 21, wnsblp27 27 !South: Rang ; .
had In bloom that were only one year plates. by doctors and all remedies for four ments. J. E. Bottler went to Sebastian, last 87 East This land Is covered with tbe l j ti
""from the seed correspondent The minstrel entertainment given years. Then Bncklen's arnica Salve week few wltb his fath waters of the c eek. :
your Goodwin and Ford, at for There Is quits a little talk of having a to spend a days
Dachas cured him. Just as good boils cuts, '
they have set fruit and Messrs. boat race horse racing, etc,, on the first, Mr. Bchuyler. No. 0. Mold aNc
peaches one evening, April
ave Wednesday burns bruises corns, scalds akin erop-
them about 0 chains
now as large asnDall such 7. Commence 31V
of and It Is the want
Was case we
pullet's 2nd, a grand success, and was witnessed ions and Piles :23o. at J. B. Scrtven's. May, Mr. Miller, of Oak Park III., I III look- links West from Northeast corner of
eggs. audi you to bring your boats and horses, and fflt
Targe and appreciative store. Ing at property with a view to buyingand
by a composed of the drug we will promise you an enterestlng time. Section :20, on Section line between Sections
A CHATTANOOGA DRUGGIST'S ence. The troupe was Ford U. Our horses will make you run for all you making a permanent home here. 17and :20, run Welt Ochaln. l.'J: links, ( ,
>T4TEMENT. Messrs. Bachus, Goodwin Artesia. and will that Mr. and Mrs. of PlttsboVg thence South 10 chains B4 links thence
: -Robt...Miller proprie- A. T. Weaver and are worth, we wager our Kodrlgue, ,
"rof the Read House Drag Store of Klopp, different sketchesbyWrsf boat. won't all come In defeated. Pa., after spending the winter with Mrs South(10 degrees seconds, East 3 chainsto
Chattanooga "There isthan assisted C. V.'Kuthven have returned borne. Eau Uallle River, thence follow the
Tenn. writes ,
: y the Instrumental
Dlere Bachus; while The following party went over to "old shore of Ksu Gallle River in F
merit In and Tar Mr. and Mrs. Raymond are here with an Easterly
Foley's Honey efficient hands of Mrs. and In surf bath. The ADVOCATe Is becoming 1
went more
In part was In houseboat this week. ocean, Monday, pop direction to a point due South from place ,
any other The calls heir
tatit cough syrup. ioodwln and Frink Jtoylance. Ing. The Misses Mabel Sembler Mettle nlar than ever along the East Coast and of beginning thence north to point of

mare of multiply It wonderfully and we sell Special mention roust be made of the Mr.1. and Mrs. King called on Cot. and Cason, Carrie Matchett. Florida latching go where you ",111. its rosy hue Is seen. beginning, containing0 acres, more or
than all other cough syrups walk by Miss. Edith Tyler and Mrs. Hogan on Sunday afternoon. Roxle Spratt, and Messrs. !Bembler; .
woblned." Sold & Son. It seems to be almost Impossible to less, and known all the Kitchell place.
by B.R. Wilson splendidly
Bachus which was Hicks Cleveland and Stanley
Norwood ,
and Mr. different, sketches were actedIn Chas. Carrington and L. M. Rehblnder Kltchlnir and little Mary ''Sembler and find good sweet potatoes for bedding No. 8. NEJ!: { of Section 28, Township f

A Mare Chance. i&frcUM style especially the musical made a trip to Cocoa last Saturday. Agnes Kltchtng, / were In the party. All purposes by frost., as they were Injured so badly 27 South flange 37 East containing 10u t 1'dscree

sketch by G. Bachus, which was extremely :- Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Eberwlen spent reported a tine trip and said that they less railroad rightofway.No. .

1110-it p acres,& .hiian( and 700 each loudly encored. be and cultivated and the have 27 South Range 87 East containing 100-
Banana rivers. (1100( to Mrs Bachus were of Cocoa. Is visiting beach would soon built. now owners
'"us trees, about half coming Into The troupe expect to give an enter- Mlas Mary Schaffler turned their attention to spraying, as acres, less railroad right-of-way
Mrs. J. H. Hogan of this
hearing' oranges, tangerines, grape tainment at Jenie where we bespeak her sister Doctor'b the red spider has developed fast duringthe No. 10. 4J: 00-1OI acres, less railroad
_. A Plight.
1r 1rbearing 8 bearing mangoes, I for them a full house.Young' pl : dry weather. Hirht-of-war, being part of Lot 1 and o0MEM

lines i avocadoes. 14,000 bearing The beans are growing rapidly and In Two years ago, as a result of a severe Mrs. 11'. F. Kane sod daughter, of New of NWfi, Hectlon 5, Township 27 t
{! 3'H' to 400)bearing! guavas,besides Prove for Sale.In another week bean shipping will be the cold, 1 lost my voice" writes Dr. M. L. York city, left for home on Thursday, South, Range 37 East, known as J..L.
Orange "
ln'pes, bananas of the day.Wields. of Hebron Ohio 'then began 1
of ,persimmons,a nursery order Scarbrongh after a pleasant stay at C. B. Magrnder's Stewart place.
about I ooo sour orange trees ready south of Brevard county an obstinate cough. Every remedy for a month. Miss Kane Is a musician of No. 11. (,01..11 and 13, block 4, Town r 1 1of

Elelland 1 few peach trees 3 acres veget- the Florida par East Coast Railway A Sharp Ax. known to me ss a practicing physician considerable ability.Pneumonia Eau Gallie. ?
' ,rnd 1' -''nch artesian well, large abutting the consisting 600 trees for 35; years, failed and I dally grew No. 12. Lot 1, block, Town of Can ;

ar. >ive well, soft water, 8-rooni a 2-ear old grove condltlln-3< dwelling( ,store building packing house In flrat-cla rang 100 maladies cut off by Dr. King's New Lira New Discovery for Consumption Coughs Is robbed of Its terrors by under Tax Title. '

y"', house, warehouse 2-ton Ice box, grapefruit, 100 tangerine In Sec. 5Tp.34, R. Ills-the most distressing too Stomach and Colds I found quick relief, and for Foley's Honey and Tar. It stop the rack. For prices and terms address
?** of Poultry yard. Fruit this kum 1f Located nice grove, liver and bowel troubles dyspepsia loss last ten days has felt better than for two Ing cough and heals and strengthens) the F. A. MORGAN and W. II. JONES:' ,
CnWll bring |300 to $400. Rent 4Q you want a for young nest GO days of appetite. Jaundice biliousness, fever yesrs." Positively guaranteed for throat lungs. If taken In time It will prevent an As Administrators of the Estate of 'Via.

vegetable land will up grove. suit yoo. Price C. T. MCCARTT. malaria all fall before these wonder. and lung trouble. by J. B. Screven. 60c attack of pneumonia. Refuse substitutes. Treutler, deceased. r

P. A. keep '.q.300'00' Ankona, Fla. workers. 620 at Screven' drug store and f 1.00. Trial bottles free. Sold by B. JC. Wilson & Son. TltusTill, Florida.

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<< anil Home Prop."on ,

v ,Y of Currnnta and lire pee. M

dr ,, ,t, elrnM There are few things more easilyrouted r i COAST
s (] than currant cuttings. Take

wood of this season's growth and!

a make the! cuttings six to eight Inches LOCAL TIME CARD No. 38. In Effect |
long/ each cutting having froni six to >7, f January 15, |

ten buds. The best time to do this la SOUTHBOUND-HEAD DOWN. NORTHBOUND.BEAU
I as noon as the wood is mature and the I

leaves ready to come off. In September .
" -No.29jNo.23No.3B| MAIN LINB. 'No.76.Na74 'Nt! "AI I'lIo.8
although such cuttings can
bi made und rooted tHiccessfully anytime -+
rh 1110 1111h 040a Lv. ....Jacksonville.
from full until spring.! If taken ire' Y ou 0 4Ha| ... Jaolt oo..UI..L.v 8a p .. COD -go.
In early full they may be either burled 1 I 066'p'0'eGp'tauusionna ...eot. AuKu.tln....... I 1501' 110'1' 'i''BODI
..... ...... .11 87a ......... .. .._... Up ..'....' .... eeo'
Oranges require 8 to 10 percent of On n sandy knoll off stored in sand, 10 lb"'t 40D lI {00. 11 4tL\: \. .......Ea.o Pa1aW1s.. ... I 'esp GIep
boss or sawdust In the cellar or planted ....... ..... ".... 13 lSp ....... .. Neoga.......... 4 ilGp ..... .106\1 1106"
....... ......' ,......12 SI pi .......Bunnellt......... 414p ......, I .
Actual Potash.The Iminedfutely. .... ....... 1I31p ..........Dupont........, 4 aSp :.
The ground should of course be well j'eI"p .t.'lp1047a 5pl ........Ormond......... 14ap 417p'' f
01 "! Q41I 11 at p 153 p 10 116. ?8 pi .......Daytona......... I' 4 011' 02yI g50'Ca
value of Potash for oranges mined I and III good condition and the -t X8pJ :: Port Orange/ 8i1 48h

(q I cuttings net nearly perpendicularly so II |
an established fact. We have i o
t bat only one or two buds remain b.
l some interesting pamphlets on I; |
above the> surface Concord cut. .
orange growing which we send grape t 1" pl' SOp at pi........RookleriH....... 108 lO400p'l18a'
tinge may be made In the fall: or early .. .. $,$13 P ....... 4 tip .......Kail Game........ P UP. ..aI .
\.'free to all applicants. winter Select strong sound short / /I'a11Y IS! ... lOp ....... 'lOp .......Melbourne........ lap lOp 411 '. .'. :
.'r'1 t A ::.:... ....... ....... ........ 8ebntlan ........ |1t Ilea ....... ... p .....
GERMAN WORKS, jointed canos. Commercial I propagaois ....... .. ..... .........SI.. Lnole......... 1041a ''' '
9J Name St., New York usually make two eye cuttings because liT a lily i66p fOIl' ....... Fort Hero* ....... 1040 a 111 lp'epppiI
...... ...... ........'White City....... 10ea...-.. .... ::
they take less wood and are Tri-Weekly Sailings .......aJ9 ....... 88 pl' ..........Tlbbals.......... |10 a. ...-.. ....... : ;.:
1. ......... .......... '
more easily handled and planted. .. ...... 080p. .Ed.n. 1008. ..... ... .
.....:. ....... Ip ...... ...}.neon........... 1004 ....... .".... .
+ For Hie home grower however I BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK -===....... ....... tIS p .....: Stuart .........q II 11II. ...... ... :.... .
KIDNEY DISEASES think It advisable to make three eye 4 8No.2' ....... d jJ: ....... f 7p .......Hope 80und......: II ....... .... .....
.. a 112B.a :
cuttings, : ns they usually make 'stron 1t ; S. C., both ways) 6'40: :d .'iSp Ar'WntPalmB.aeh,. I 8 a28a10 I Up i i6'e0'
plants.. Story the cuttings In 111II. .4. asp t .Hotel Royal Polnetan.. I a e645 18pl0
all diseases ger moss 'BOa Itj"..Ir 341' L..THBreaken...... I SSOa1080 .f' lOp
fatal of Steamships in lOp 10
are the most sand or sawdust In the cellar until The Finest the Coastwise Service 486a et. r. 440p up.. .H...*) Royal Potnoiana. I 8 lOa OSOa OOp1006p 1'1''
spring to Allow them to become {well t 4fta 6tda so450p I ....Went Palm B.. li..Ar| IOOa.OlOa32Wp 8
10 OTa ....... ..... ...... ..... Lv I 75A. ....... ... tOp.
calloused tb"1Illnllt\ in well prepared Southern Lines. 10 60 a... ...... ......YortLauderdale.,... I a ..... _. .
KIDNEY CURE Is I soil Just''' a little: gloatingly. or nearly The Clyde New England and 1116.r.ii"i"i.;; ;. ... ... ........LemnnClt7......t. ma........:.. ...... ...
Direct bcrvlce between 11411" S ]0 a 1118 n top eop'.L.' I \ JjWaJOO.
. rULE S perpendicularly, leaving only the top
F Buarants.d,Rarasdy bud exported.If Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. August!

'only a few plants'" are wanted! !, layering JACKSONVILLE TO BT. AVG't"8TINB.
or money refunded. Contains may be resorted to nod will 'umi- (Calling t. Charleston, S. C., both ways)

eminent ally prove to tie the easiest, and surest SEMIWEEKLY 8AILL"iG81'V __. No.23 5e.27 110.36 N..Ib 1Nwsi lNo.37 No.43|'No.93'''No.99'1
.t. ,.femedles recognized: by Bouthbmind.. ,....... ...J.- ... ....... .. .... ... .. ... ..from Lewis Wharf Boston
the best for way of securing good plants from a tram foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville Lv. Jacksonville....,. ,...,I 7 05 a U 00 a9'40 a ja ii 130 p 3 COp 4 001)001 8 23 p a
I + physicians as p"relltplnp In the homo grounds. Select -rClyde Ar. St. Augmtlno,... .,. I 8 Wilt HI ik i a_10 C0>a 1 08 P I AO' a 00 p 61 I BOUr 9 00 B

'{ Kidney and Bladder troubles. vigorous young cane and lay .It Line. ST. ATTQUSTINIB TO JACKSONVILLE
St. Johns River
PRICE Me. and $1.00. l In a little furrow under the trellis, covering .
two. three Inches, with Line. +Na.98 No.92 (NOitS 110.44 QN..38 tfNo.38 No.78 No.74-No.30 N
jl ; n. H. WILSON jfc soy. or deep (DeBury! )

nice mellow nn\lt\ In the fall or spring BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND NAXKOKD.:" IT. St. Antrtitttn*.. .... 666. SOOa 8 IS a 956a11ball o P> eIOp t00pa
.Is Taken .and internuMilate land. Jackioitrtl'!*.. .......,. 71k1a 900a 916 a 10 05 a 1230. 1240 700 710 730 t
l the layer up and cut Into Stopping at Palatka,Astor,St. 'ranal,Kerenfrml(OaLand) Mite dlxh.g.|
Free and | plants. Nearly' every bud will produce \)1>K. OU the Bt..'l>llirB MlVMr. SCHEDULES aw BRANCH LINES.

Accented Masons. 0 plant.-Farm and "'Ire ld.e. STEAMER "City of Jacksonville. .
The M."t Prescription for MolarU Leave Jaoknonvllle 3ao p.HI.,8und...,"..rueHilay.; and Thrnmtavs.Southbound. : TATION.. {No.S No.t7Nl.18JNo.ZT888a !|| || 8navror.. No.47 *No.4al Na.5l| Na83o;>N<4

Inaiad No. 90Tltuivllle Chills. and Fever Is a bottle of Grove'sTasteless Leave Sanford 0::ro a,m .eflKDIri.E.MOl"" >...rthboun k lUart v. aekeun.l ..,. Seen 13 plOlea. 009 ''v.Pratka. 9 18a111ea| 9 13 pi 410 iAr.K.
I. r Chill Toirio. It Is simply Iron .Itead Uown up. 8.Jacksonville.Pabto S I 23 ]p 10 181 a B03p PTttea a Ma 11 M | 8 38 }i| < it I
and quinine In a tasteless form. No Leave 3Kpm: .. .... ...... ... .JaekxnnvMe. .. ... .. .... .. Arrive i'.I)....... Bmaeb.... 910 a 63 p] In Ml 0 49 p
y. ;River Cure No Cure. Price 0ct8.' .. $:45p01 .. ............ ......I'alaika. .... ...... .. .. Leave 5,,,11I p''. Atlantic Jieaoh.Ar. 916 a 00 p 10 68 a 2 41 p EAST PAI.ATXA TO 7AX.ATKA.1
u 8:'tn.tu. ........... .. .. ..Astor. .. 1OkipmIn Mayport ,.,,., eso a 716 1110a 800 pKA'XTOBT
tt .m..M.: KraiicU .... .... .... 1 aKI pI... Ica 'No.46 No.48'No.BO''No.B2! '
"I Loci(re. /V \ Florida. .. 4au .. ....... ( ) .. ...... .. '. 1'1.:110 u'n.6.00am TO JACKSONVILLE.8TATIO ouw >No
I Holda It the fleoond 'fourth Fri.. n..av.m..t and Dnvlnes 16:4I: all,. tT.K.P'l'tlt. S45a 43 tjl
meetings .Biue i | 4Hal 0
,; .4.y of eaoli. month a' the late .Armory, TIt'v The following curious advertisement Arrive 5a0am.':::::::::::::.'::: .eaainrd HjiriUK: ...::::::::::.::.... 9ik/anw; No.6 'No.18HNo.20 Ar. Palatk 9 m a 10 06 a 13 OB p| 3 I47p 07 p|| 0
v rifle, at T::8O o'olonk p. m. -- -
?J. R. Walker Witrahlprul Mater U taken from a Spanish journal: "This Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Off tee. 2O4 W. Bay St., JacksonvtHe.A. AT.W ay .... 6 Baa { p 11 HO a BAIT MATEO BRANCH:
.i.jj: L. Carruthcru Senior Warden. morning our Saviour summoned away Allan do Bosch. BO aSa 6 00 p 11 48 a
*T. K. It"Lderll.l.funlor Warden. 1KO\.MDMK KR, PMB. Pablo Beach.... I E 09 p 11 BOa M.S7+Nw46 STATION!. Na481 No.
F. M. !
NA -"a. M.IMxnn TraHiirar.F. '. the jeweler,Slebald Illmaga. from his .C. HAOKRTXKaat'n: Pan* AKt.!5 ; I 204 West Hay St.JacWonvillehis.. S.Jaokaonrilto. 7 27 aTUSa I 37 p 1] 83 P
A. Morgan fiIeoretlOrV.A.Hughea.Chaplatn.,., shop to another and better world. The THOS. D.HALEY, IxiwIKreiBbtAKent iSStatestNewYork. ,. /O. P.LOVKr-L: Awt. fla. Supt.. Atr. Jacksonville... _45p U 80 pSAHVOAD J33p 1 4ft a LT..K.' P a l tk ..Ar| 72]
-. his will font HoKKnSt.J."luIonvUle. Fla. I rime ...tan( ..t., aok.8Cl'IIU..rl. liSp| M Ar. ,8iin Matno..Lv| 8160.| 70 pjOBANOB
widow .
T. B. Scraven Senior Deacon. undersigned weep.up tTHOWARD Foot Hogan Jacksonville. Fla.
R, K. Mima, ,roo Junior Deacon. on his tomb aa will also his two daugh JOHN. .. ,Superintendent' P OLT( K '::0., Oen...a.* Affent. CITY BRANCH.
"" THEO. O. : .ianer.
9.H. Vanlandngham. Etenlor Steward. isUIidtn Oppoalie .. STATIONS.T .
and the former of jhee.eebruugtt; ", la State St., Itnttery .rlt. New York. '
ters. II114 Emma
."F. M.Taylor,Junior Steward. 50p No.3 Nw) STATION I Nar! No
3 _".W. Roberts, Tyler.tJi whom l Is married, and the latter Is open O. II. WAL.TON. Agent, TltUl4vIUe., Pla. T 0T a 71kHflTlll9* Ll* 1
18 a i*. ....Alixnfl*............e* O7p 8 MplO'lOatv.. Smyrna..Arl 1 40p 3
to an offer. The funeral will take place -- -- --- 8 MaMa ,............ ateen .............. l 02 p 4,34 p 11 n a ....Lake .. JllCSp 22
tomorrow. His disconsolate widow -.... ......Encerprl.e.IiBOa'443pXa59a..Oranr.Olty.3246p109
FERNS IN THE HOUSE. go.Ar..Sanford.Lvii00 a 4-COpUi es aAr..Or.OlryJoLviit40| | 6D.21y.
Veronlque Illmaga. P. S.-This bereavement SEAJBC: > I>
*alJy except Sunday. JDally moep{ Monday 8unday|| olny.
I 'I....,. TbrlTe In l.lubt. Kr....,Air and will not Interrupt oar em Trains do not stop at stations oppolto-wluiet no time Is Bhown.
a Chlllr Tvmprr.tur*. ployment which will be carried on as AIR LINE RAILWAY. Theo Tine Tables show the times atwhich, train may ke expected to arrive and dept i
r usual only our place of business will from: the M-vornl stations but their arrival or departure the timed elated la not guarantew
I An erroneous Id en often prevails that nor dote to* Uooopaay hold tteeU reanonalble- for- amp delay or any aonaaqueaoes-arialu
be removed from 3 Lesel! de Leinturleri therefrom.
ferns lire essentially hothouse plants to 4 Rue de Mlsslonalre, as our grasp- .
,+ and therefore: should l>e kept In a very Ing landlord has raised the rent"-ISt::! Capital City Route. Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miam

T 1 the fact that a ,
worm room forgetting James Gazette.
vast multitude of ferns prow culturally

H + i In sheltered valleys: up among the 'Stopsthe Cough The Best Line. MIAMI.NASN&TL. lUlTZ.: ;
and works off the Cold. Commencing January fly WO*.
aouleor the bund-
and tliut
Laxative Dromo-Qulnlne Tablets cure a Only line with Double Daily Service Including Sundays to. LT.Mtenaa.Moas.Tlmfs.................11 80 I tv.WM_Weda.. Sate..........t........MM
1 otnest tree ferns of Tusiuatila sometimes No No PINKY RICHMOND Ar. Na.....,' '-,7n..................... 8 00 pI|I,An MJ.......,. Thur... guns. ................. I 00CommenolngFebruarjr
have their lovely )frondd weight. Price 2 cts. a,Moi.
e down with uoverhiK of snow and WASHINGTON BALTIMORE, riIILADKLPIIIA.KlC.VV YORK, Lv.Miami.Moe..Weds,Frls.............8 00 .TCa orrn.a.,Thnr. s.e..B 00
ed u \VJTH PULMAN'S BEbT t.:AU:*. Ar Kaneaa>TttM..Tb...... Sats...........a 80 P./L"|/ Miami {Wed. FriSuna.............601)UIAHIHAVAir.AiXniBXUaT )
.. a matter of fact tilt'1I1'lolI"'speciesof ) The Dnlldlnir of n Mr*. : I.INB.

t) I ferns that tool Ists suggest for house! Life Is. a building. It rises slowly day The Florida and Metropolitan Limited a solid vwtritMiled train 81. Augustine and Commencing January l.l ot

culture! are UHUiilly tbimu that thrive day through the Every new Jacksonville to New York connlstlnKOf DIolDir ;wmp-irtm, Comp *te, 1Iv.Miamienita.Reds, .................U 80p.Lv| >Rajaoa..Tn"S..Prle................120(* n't.Tatars
In a night temperature of 55 to 'OO degrees by lesson we learn lays years.a block on the edifice Observation and Drawing HOOIII :Sleeping: Caia. Ar.Havana, ... ................ 6 00p. 'AI'.MJaomloVed..S.t.. ................. tOOa

or In what would "('l'lIto ninnyto which .Is rising silently within us. Only line opei tlot daily through: Pullman Car Service .InckwrovilletnNeW Orleans iv. Miami.M n.. ......:MIAMI' .KBIT: 11 WX1SX'BOp! Lv.AND Hama-na.: HAVANA.:Mon., Wed.." .""" .250
( be a rather chilly touiponituro for n Every Influence that Impresses U., every Kor sleeper reservations and further into)'inatem write .. r. Key Weet.Tu.'J'bara.. Sat.. i 80 IAr, Key Weet, Mon., W..a..8: : : : 50I.
1w llvtnff room. Tbl'l't'forl position near FtovMa. ... Key Wait, '' .........13 00'nteit. 'ILv. ....!, Ti'>a Thurs., Sat.,,.. .. .8 I'lpBOOa'
book we read every conversationwe A. O. MAtfDONELL, Awt. Gen. Pass.. Agt Jltuksnnville, .Havana, WML.8.M11onm.. 0 OB*. !Ar. Miami.Wed.. Frl.., Sun..... ... .
'fir a window where the ferns will haveplenty have, every net of our commonest J. M. BARR, R. EJ L. HUNCH.I. .
of light thouith not neoemwrlly Ueu. >M&. Agt. For copy of Local Tim Card addreu any Agent.
days adds something to the Invisible V. P. 4 O. M.,
J. D. :ZIAXXKKB: ......t. Oen. P.... ST. AUGUSTINE Ji'LA
i ; I full .s nsbln and! whore they may enjoy building.-J. K. Miller. PORTSMOUTH VA.-- Agent

n certain amount of fresh ulr Is rational .-------- ------- -
treatment. Not rat 4>.... --- --- -- --

4 t W Now: n word or two ns to acme of I was not successful in the attemptto Dixie Flyer Route .

the kinds. of ferns that tire Adapted for eject the rook from my house.", -TOR.-

our purpose and first on the Hut tomes nut what nettled vie was the unruffled NASHVILLE, 'CHATTANOOGA .t ST. LQUI3 RAILWAY and Rh.hsnond Washington B ltim__

d the well known Itoston fern decidedly demeanor of the woman. 1 WESTERN A ATLANTIC RAILROAD, PhUad""tphta Boston Atlanta

i the most popular and most useful of "You might ut leant", have'. the good -route of the- A.tu.Ule Chattanooga Louis-rill
the sword fern tll m1l1. Its &gracefulfronds ) brocd'tlg! to net 'put out' I cried and I Cincinnati City
v' form tuff a nines' of jtrcenerythat left the kitchen slumming the door be CHICAGO
Detroit CIland &
;: Is not only charming In color und hind me.-Puck. I and .
ntllne, but also very enduring under DIXIE FLYER SLEEPING CARS. .

1 l '. the trying conditions found In the av YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING The Chicago and Florida Limited Is quickest train from St. Augnstln and

l erage' dwelling As Is well known When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill .

there Is more or leas dust continually Tonlo because the formula Is plainly Chattanooga Nashville Louisville, St. Louis and Chicago) with Pullman' : e

N floating about In the atmosphere of our printed on every bottle showing that It IsIragly finest Observation and Drawing Room Sleepers, Dining oars elo., through without
I houses and tbls dust Is detrimental to Iron and Quinine In a tasteless change. The fanonsDixie Flyer all the year round sleeper via. Atlanta. and

I ,, plants, closing up the pores of tltolenves. fo.'m. No cure, ]Ko pay oOcts.ArnaT Martin through to :St.: Louts without change. RAilWAYROUTE
It Is therefore a good practice Fur Information relative to rates schedules eta, write to... OUTER

i' to give our Boston fern a. bath occasionally T. M. DOYLE Fla. Pass. Agt Jacksonville Fla.
by rinsing the foliage/ In a tub Shoes and Corns."If II. r. SMITH Traffic Manager
i E. HARMAN Gen. Pass. Agt.
a law could be passed snlil a ,
Ill of water. Atlanta Ga. Na -hvllle, Teno. OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:
"prohibiting the wearing
But the true Boston fern Is not the
i pnly valuable member 'It Its faintly of any shoe In this country except the -- THe SoutHern's Palm Limited I\
shoe during our
and for those whow Is more limited pattern army
there Is. another space sword fern which civil war the corn doctor's occupation PLANT SYSTEM. THe Washington, Richmond and
,'\ would be gone. That war was for the
may be called the compact'8word fern.or Florida Limited
time the greatest corn eradicator ever
will. This
dwarf Boston fern if
fern has shorter and you more upright kl o.lvn. I never knew a single case of 1" The New York, and Florida. ExpressTO

a soldier In that war who Buffered Line from Florida.-Connections:
; fronds of a darker green than Its prominent The GreatThrough Car THE CAST
1 from corns a mouth after he began
relative and forma a very attractive Atlantic Coast Line via Charleston Richmond
via all rail. Tbe
his regulation army the East
wearing To
specimen In quite a small pot. I was four years a soldier In It myself. and \Vushlngton.. The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbiaand THe Chicago and Florida Special
a !Still another sword fern that Is well Washington.

p' adapted. for the decoration of the dwellIn That for shoe comfprt.seemed" to be made just / The Southern R'y via Jesup, Atlanta and Cbatta oojfo. The I*A The Florida LimitedTO

I!, ** Is the handsome crested variety, av right Trt the West N, via Montgomery. The Southern R'y via !:Savannah Columbiaand THE NORTH AND WEST.

strong growing .iui
for this purpose Nephrolepls davnlUoides VU" Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York, .
plllnll>HII. Another ridiculous food fad has been To the East via Steamship. Savannah and Merchants A Miners
.' and Boston :
authori Philadelphia Tollman via
branded by the most competant Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to
have dispelled the silly notion Transportation Company for Daltltnore. Asheville, through "Th-s Land of the "
ties. They Tam'pa Peninsular Occidental SteamshipsTo Sky.
A Hint In (.ernnlniit Urowlniff.A and
warning should accompany roemmendatlona that one kind of food Is needed another for brain for To Key Nova Wellt Scotia and Cape Havana Breton, viaPort and Prince Edwards Island, via Boston and Canada, Th-rsiuffh trains via The Southern Railway are operated in
another for muscles and still Ilawkesbury: and Charlottestown. connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
for Halifax
of geraniums, for window diet will not only nourIsh Atlantic and Plant Steam.hlp line
bones. A correct Pullman Cars and Hotel all throughtrains.
Sleeping Dining Cars oa !
cullllQlllll' frequently nn at- a particular part of the body, but it TIGSIi7TS: '
Ij tenmt Is made, to flower teem out of will sustain every other part. ,Yet, how. 'VV'XN'TEJE1: : "TOURISTS: 1

'doors all summer and then pot th.'mIn ever good your food may be, Its nutriment will be on sale throughout the Northern Eastern Western and Southern States to Ask fop Ticket via Southern Railway. Correspondence Solicited.
the fall expecting an abundance of i Is destroyed by Indigestion or dJs all FLORIDA RESOIiTS via the Plant p.o.eriprivthe inoFlorida{) {OIr2lim) -
l You mu.. for their appoarance ale with liberal c es .
bloom In the winter nit well. The peonia. their Ited to return until May ,
I plants are weakened by blooming and or p event coming by talc- Addresses of parties the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally supplied H. F. CAREY FU. P... Agt. IDa V. Bay St.. Jwksoavill Fl*.
Green's August matter.
regular doses of with Information and handsome advertising
and do not l the
potting "|1'01101 to care of the
Flower the favorite medicine car reservation etc., call on or write to SoIL KARDTOCK. W. H. TAYLOZ.Pasnnge
given. Plants Intended for winter healthy millions.. A tow doses aids digestion For Information as to rates sleeping : .

I blooming should not be permitted to stimulates the liver 10 healthy F. M. Jolly. Division Passenger Agent. General Agent. As'i G aI P. s.' Agent,

lower during the summer at will but action purities the blood and makes you J3S West Hay St.. Astor Block Jacksonville, Fla., W MhmCto. D. C. Atlanta, Ga.
N encouraged to make healthy vigorous. eel and vigorous. You can get
'I compact plants. Pot them up In urn- Dr. 0. G. Green's relleble remedies at B. B. W. W re n n. Passenger Traffio Manager SaannahGa. ol.!,,""'" IS. 1.902.e .

pie time for the roots to become active R. Wilson A Son's. Get Green' Special,I IW. B. D EN HAM, General Superintendent, Savannah Ga. J

again before transferring to the house.I Almanac.



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EAT' ro.\.sr VOJATK. APRIL. 11. 1U02. 7


:OJA: .N- ::RIVER:: SO"JEL" :: The World's Famous Hotel Victory, Put-May Island, Ohio.



rIIQ FLORIDA.Proprietor : J k- '

J. U. BAST, .

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Opposite postoffice. Centrally; located. Thoroughly repaired and re- rr y .,.

jov.itod. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted. . .
c. .
Rate*2-oO per day' and up. ''Ii ,

B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor.

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IfflORELAND IE HOTEL West Bay JACKSONVILLE and Cedar Streets., FLA. ,:ft'>

I American, plan. Centrally locatod. Just built and opened f .4 4,, ,

this season. Fine cooking" and good table. Hot and Cold Water y :: ,,

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

t itreet cars pass the .door. Rates, $.2.00 to $2.50;; per day. .'
t '. i
!Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor.

,s : he WIIn dIe 19 East Forsyth Street. ,

I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Cirnnd Main Entruuer, Ea,,t and Front, Suut Galltr, huff Victory. Elrrtrifl; Car Tmnhinl at ',/t.

:, South aids ot Put-ln-Uay Inland, overlooking the Rite o( I'orry's Victory, 1813: -Hence the nitme. Situated on the highest I point In Like Erie, being olgUty'feet(
European plan. Dining Cafe new and first-class In all '
t ; appointments. above the water and five hundred feet from II.' The largest and most handsomely fumUhud UMMEU HOTEL In the Wtn-id\
" Center of city. Near,all car linos. Open for rooms November 15th: ; Renowned for the social standing of its patrons, for Its dimension and magnificence, for Its superb cuisine and Admirable\ service, for the lavish provision for .

Cafe, November lOtbi; Rooms, oneperson: one day, f 1 and up; by the amusement of Its guests. It In universally acknowledged that It posHoaaes the attribute that appeal to particular people-undoubted luxiiiy' and comfort, and superior :

week, $3.50 and up. appolntnieato, location and absolute absence of mosquitoes. To the pleaHiire loving summer tourist It stands for all that l I. most enjoyable. The best patron- ,' .
C. B. SMITH, Proprietor. ized and grandest( hotel on the Groat Lukes. The scones and environments are enchanting, oanduol'v of rest and comfort. :
\V'hynot. spend your summer vacation lime there ? OileD for sonnou, I MM:!, June Ifrili. We want to send you our souvenir folder, rate cad and testimonial book. \

THE: NEW JO"J'OeJ.6.'ICor. : Address, T. "W. oOE=.I''LOx y; Clrozloz.c.1 :I\'Snn.ogor.: ,\ ,

Main and Adams Streets., JACKSONVILLE: FLA. After June 1st, Put-ln-Bay, Ohio. '. '. .I 724: Monroe I St., Toledo, Ohio. Ij

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, Everything new; centrally located ; elegant( suites with private baths; free -- ---

bus. Rates, American $2 to $3: ; European, rooms 75c. and upwards. Specialrates COltOSA. IIKACII.QflflQl'HA ItOt'IU.I'UOI':. I
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to commercial traveler

OUUDIUG (One of the finest beaches the world.) ,

Under new management. Thoroughly re\lIhpel find renovated. Five minutes OPENED ON DE(' iM1iE1t II.
walk to North In. Ian River h'ldare-di" fluent Hulling! rounds on the (Jo l..t.
Surf bathing every month In the year. LiiReMin Pavilion facing the Ocean 81 in uteri un the banks of the famous Indian! River, In the heart of the orange
Opposite Post office, A pleasant winter home at reasonable raise for those who are In search of rear,
JI I Were Cafe JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. health and pleasure Hotel wagonette nitet' ,all trains at, New 14m", rm depot raining/ district.' Good hunting) unexcelled' flailing; and a Hrst-cliuM. orchestra.
I S Postofflce In hotel. '. UEUHKKT L.. LEUG, Manager. Rooms en aulte with bath. !Steam: beat. Livery, launches and boat*.

-- -- Rates CJ.nO per day anti upwards. Spnolal: weekly mien. until January 20th.
has been leased by Mr. Lou Colin, formerly chief clerk of Hotel I II. P. 81IAIIE3 & SON, Proprietors.

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MEUKITT. Merrill', Island i
Rathbun, Jacksonville; and St. George hotel, St. Augustine. Centrally locatod.. Large, airy, well kept rooms. Bath convenient I

i Rates: $1.*>0 per day ; special terms by week or ,.month. Hotel Riyerview ON INDIAN IUVKR.MRRIUTT.

.' __._______. ___ ______._u__ _____ : FLA. i

Ocklawaha River and Silver Springs Steamers. On High Pine Land. Health, comfort and. sport. No better Hunting ,

ST. AUGUSTINE. and fishing In Florida. Sulphur: Swimming Bath, Fine yachting, .
1.UCAS' NEW LINE. New Open. J. J. WILKINSON, Proprietor.

I The Steamer Metamora, of the Lucas New Line, stai ted her winter scheduleup ---
tel AUGUSTINE, FLA. the Ocklawaha Klvor to Silver Spitngs on Tuesday, Feb. 18th, and lit now mak WKST I"Af.3( IIHACII.
: I I II Magnolia Opened for the season of 1002. log three trips a week, leaving 1'alatka on Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturdays at 1
a 12:30: pm., after arrival of train from Jacksonville and St. Augustine. Returningwill
leave Silver Springs Wednesdays., Frlda and Sunday at Jl:30! : I'. m., after HOTEL SEMINOLE WKST PALM BEACH, FLA.
A large addition has been constructed, adding Fifty More Rooms/ arrival of trains from Tampa, Orlandd and Ocala. .

most of which have a Southern I XIO"ure. They are newly and Round Trip $12.00 Including Meals and Berth. Up-to-date and modern In all It* appointments. with laico airy rooms, which t
handsomely furnished, and nearly all are connected with Private Palatka to Sliver Springs $7.00. Silver Springs to Palatka wa.OO will appeal to the comfort loving tonrUls Situated directly opposite the I: 1 .'
Datlis. The dining room has been enlarged to nearly twice Its for The Metaruora Is the largest and best boat on the river, and intoned by the most Royal I'olncUna, commanding: a maznillcent: \ view up and down Lake Worth ,,
mer size, and various other Improvements have also been made at an skillful men. Table unexcelled. For reservations telegraph or write.J. The house has been thoroughly renovated, and Is under new" management.
will furnish II. HAUGHTON, Gen. Agent. J, E. LUCAS, O. !M. Huperlor cuisine, with northern white waitresses Hunting, fishing" Boating,
expenditure of $5OOOO. A flrst-clasa Orchestra Office at Drug Store, earner Lemon and First street, 1'alatka, Fla. second to none. Hates, $i to,$U per (is,. Special by the week. For prospectus -
muslo twice dally. Rates $2.60 to *t.OO per day. Special weekly and aud Information! apply to If, C. SUMMERS, Prop

monthly rates. Special terms to parties. -- .-. .. --- --.. --
PALMER & DIcDOWELL,-Proprietors.. How 8on.. Got HI. Kern' Cures Blood 1'olnon Cancer, Ulcer MAGNOLIA IU-UINOS.

When SOIIAII. fan,,us tbe world over *, Eczema, Carbuncles,

PLO I I RIDA HOUSE ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. as"home king of of the lunrcli free.. musk;' becurrl. liuulod In with the Etc. Medicine Free. Magnolia Springs Wei MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, FLA.St. I

The Old City By-the-Sea. him a vullse on which wan marked In Robert Ward, Maiey's, Oa, ays: "I ( John Itlver.) 1+
plain letters "John Phlllpso. U. S. A." suffered from blood poison, my head, 2>* miles south of Jacksonville by Main Line Plant System: and river steamers. f
TOURISTS' AND TRAVELERS' FAVORITE. Time pIl1l8t'CI.1111! till* son of Bunny It. face and shoulder were one mass of corruption Open fireplaces In all rooms "$team heat. Klevators. Klectrlo lights Pure
This popular house Is most centrally located. Has all modern improvement inimical and ache In bone sod Joint, burnIng pilng water No m<*'jult EXPOSUREthan air commenced to grow Itching, scabby skin, wan all rundown log Two swimming pool and Vapor Hath.. <...(O per day. ,Special, weeklyriles.
Including STEAM HEAT. Has rooms with SOUTHERN become. Americanized. It was
more also to and discouraged, but Do taolo Blood O. I>, HEAVEV, Owner and Manager
any hotel In town; accommodates 2.V). then BO, the story R :'es. that he expressed Balm cuiyd me perfectly, heAled all the ..
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the desire for n nouns morenearly sore and gave my akin the rich !glow of
RATES : -$2.50 to 3.00 per day. Special Weekly Rates.F. like 'thoHr of the people of health Blood 1 Balm put new life Into HANFOHI
IIAYDEN, Manager.DAYTONA. which he was one by choice. my blood and new ambition Into my
PblllpHo oundinl out of place doing brain," (;eo. A, Williams, Koxbury,facecovered 8ANFORD, FLA.
--- with pimples chronlo sore on
service for n nun who bad Imbibed back of head, snpperating swelling on Open all the year. Rater, W.OO: per day_ ,. ,
American bollefs and customs neck, eating ulcer -on leg, bone pnlns. first-clan home like
linked with A hotel. Near steamboat landing./ Five line of rail-
whose destiny was closely Itching skin cured perfectly by Botanic
roads Hteam boat service Jacksonville. Good
"the star and stripes forever. A Blood Halm-sores all healed. Botanic Sulphur swimming pool.
DAYTONA, member of the band to which he belonged Blood Balm cure all malignant blood hunting and fishing. M. C. SAVAGE, Prop.
I e Grand Atlantic finally made a uunttvittlon. It trouble, such a* eczema, scab and
RIDA.DAY1'ONA'S turned out to be a happy one and was scules, pimple, running sores, carbuncles fl
adopted by tbe roaster of the bnton. crofnlar eta Especially" advised
LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL.OPEN The suggestion! was this: To the name for all obstinate cases that have reached i
the second or third lage. Druggist, |1.
U. S. A. Divide' the one Hotel Oakes ,
Thlllpso add LIVE OAK FLA.
ALL TIlE YEAR. To prove It cures, Bamplos of Blood Halm ,
name Into two words. and there was sent free aDd prepaid by writing Blood: Pt
Ca parity, 200. Modern in all Its appointments. Large, sunny rooms. Baths. the smooth sounding and easily pronounced Balm Co Atlanta, (;a. Describe trouble Under new management. Caters especially to the commercial traveler. I
and flshf name of John Philip Sousa.= and free medical advice sent In sealed Is the most liberally conducted hotel I of Its price In the State. The hotel ha
Bilhi lIards. South facing sun parlors. Veranda and lawns. Boating Philadelphia Telegraph. letter. been thoroughly renovated refurnished, and painted. Everything new and. j
l!r from pier In front of bouse. Send for booklet. lint-das J. RUSSELL MOORE, Proprietor. ,1 i

JAS. A. JOHNSON: : A SONS: Proprietors. rr: Deed blank sold at this office. Florida ------------ ... ..-- .. _. ---- .. .- -. .. i ii
t 4
--- --- How. TliIn.
S p.AnIUEZI:. We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward Magazine ;
I for' any case of Catarrh that cannot be Hotel Ave. and 13th street,
Hall' Catarrh Cure.F. KensillgtollFifth
cured by New York.
gotRate el il: Colonnades. Clarendon Inn. J. CHBNET" : We, the undersigned, have known F. Illustrated ", 'Select Family .Transient:. Hotel. European Plan '
J. Cheney for the last 13 years, and believe C 'I '
OnTheRiver On-The-Ocean. i In all bus- Restaurant. the Standard of Excellence
him perfectly honorable .: tab" ;.:.
day to tt. *1..00 to I ness transaction and financially able to Monthly. .., GE'OKOK C. HOWE, Troprletor. 4
*i.I $3.50: per day and up, $17.50:; to Rates, per ,. '
taper weelcandup. $17.30: per.week. :Arm carry-oat West any*obligations Truaz Wholesale made by Drug their 'ONE DOLLAR A 'TEAR. Late of the Buckingham, St. Augustine, and other Florida hotels. I de

I Cuial ne unsurpassed In hotel In Electric Lights, Furnace Heat, Up-to- flats, Toledo O. Waldlnjr. Klnnan A
Ilodd any date house. !J Marvin Wholesale{ Druggists, Toledo O.I I Send! for Maniple CoPT, J THE HAMILTON 4Mb Street, bet. Broadway sod Sixth Avenue,' t ,
the Sea the Claren- Hall's Catarrh Cure I la taken Internally, C CA
Stan those desiring NEW YORK.
1 Heat of For
Electric Light, Best In Florida. I acting directly up the blood and macon Address ; G. D. ACKKRLT ,.
, rtIce, don Inn has the finest location II surfaces of the system Price, 7:.c. per Modern Fireproof Apartment Hotel. Central and Desirably
Orchestra at both 'house after the 15th of January. i ialte bottle. Sold bv all drogglstn. Testimonials 1 Publisher, Jacksonville! Fla. Located. With every Comfort and Convenience
Ta the river to the hotels. free. Hair* Family PHI are the Furnished and Unfurnished.
train to then 'Bus across 'ill
Daytona, POST A GILL, Managen. best. j(:.- The A-DVOCATI doe. job printing. GEORGE. MORTON.

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FLORIDA Visitors are' Invited EX-PRESIDENT CLEVELANDAT Robbins & Graham Go.Inoorporated. E. L. : 3Rt.A.: :O Y <*& :eec:

.i to r the Jewelry and Houvoilr bops of the GILBERT'S BAR. DEALERS IN- '

i. eclJ'ackaonvllle. C X C The Gilbert's -Bar Yacht Club wn I ( .) GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODWe

greatly honored by presence ex-
handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agent for !\
41 W. Ray Se.; St. Augus- President Cleveland and wife at its meetIng ftrAPES FJu; i I'U
This owns We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the
I tine In the Alcazar: ; Palm Itancli, the ru.tunlla'uf last Saturday, April 5th. Alt'*. A. company Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries delivered trade 'II uliera.
the rolnolana; Miami, tbe ro D. Mervrln, of Eden, wall hostess of the -Hi A IfcT 3D S at your tutu
tunda RoyalFalm; Nassau, rotunda day, and was roost ably assisted by Mrs. TITUSVILLK, 1<" 1..S. 1.

j' of the Colonial Hotel. Chas. II. Raoey, of .Alt. Elizabeth, and In the Indian River Country; On the St. -
Mrs. R. D. lloke, of Jensen, who proved
themselves very efficient waitresses, and Lade River; at New River'and on Bay W. CARROLLDealeJ'

r' ...THE ANHEUSER BUSCH.,, Head What. The Doctors Say. a credit to the club in the way they administered Blscayne. Prices to suit the times. ,
to tbe wants of the distinguished -
MAITI.AICD, FLA., Ont. 10, tfJl, guests, and saw that the genial Send for Land List. -: In-

:'I BrewingAsso's Tile O Hancock tiuenien:-Liquid I bar Sulphur bad Briwraa Co. Haltlmore.over thlrtyear. Mil,; ex-President sampled many of the, delicious Offices at Titusville and Miami, Fla.. GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND VEGETAl
.., have tried many remedies prescribed by, dishes provided by the different ladies -
various pliyslolann.I butte loihlnifhm the ill present. Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Tour
: OKO. M. BOBBINS Patronage Sollci
Famous St. touli Keg and Bob due ylaiilod' : h to Liquor Hulphur.lj After, luncheon Mrs. Cleveland her ? 1' A. MORGAN -
prop"rlYlt President. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
think If uneil in Actuary.;
tlod Beer uniloubtodlv a upe.
tw 01 no far Kaiama. 1 have prenorllxid It for other friend Miss Bryant, and Prof. Finley
sold by; MaMri.T,A,ZxMley andR. with mot natlnfaotory.......It.. I consider It the took a long stroll on the beach, while Brevard Abstract of Title Co. --- --
lIMe remedy tot outaneom irectlon I have ever
Mr. Cleveland enjoyed quiet chat with ,
.L. Motlow,Tltuivllla.Fla.By known anil regard U an the greatest medical INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORYTITUSVILLE
dlsooverjr; of the TOutpectfiilly Commodore Bewail. WILL FURNISHAbstracts
N age. rmin.
Mr.R.tu Motlow,Cocoa,Fla.c .
; W. A. JIEAH1J!: M. I). The party were delighted with the
of Title FLA.
For Sale by J. B. SCREVEN, druggist, club and Its beautiful situation, while ,
c; JOSEPH ZAPF TITUSVILLE FLORIDA the people present were charmed with -FOR LANDS IN_ Is prepared to furnish Ice In ,any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special at

the. simple and truly democratic manner Brevard County paid sacking for Yachts or for family Use. Fair dealing Is my motto.

Sole Agent. of their distinguished guests, and Mrs. T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.Wbaler's .
t Cleveland quite won all hearts, with her Office under Law Office of
TWO NEGRO MEN KILLED. sweet face and womanliness; and, notwithstanding -
010 to 020 West Bay Street
I' the fact that, we admire
The Sheriff of .....rd County Makes aBald and honor Mr. Roosevelt, we have a very I ,
and in hearts for
on Gamblers.Sheriff large warm spot our
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland, and will, always Jewelry Store.
Jos. P. Brown, of Tltusvllle, be glad to welcome them here, whenever East Coast Meat Marie t
having bad many complaints of a lot of they choose to honor us with a visit.

evt t negro gambler congregating/ around the On the way back to their private oar,
RETREAT. saw mill at the south end G. F. DUREN, Agent.
I\t Stuart, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Watches Clocks
{ 4. of this County, selling ,liquor, gambling, Bessey and.Miss Arnold,the party enjoyed !!= Jewelry, 1

Choice and disturbing the entire neighborhood some good' { around Gilbert's ,. ...
fishing/ p ,.
with their orgies, he made his mindto .. I _.
I up Bar Inlet anal a Point, which Is -
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine Watches
1t I IWIne. Liquors (aspect and put. stop to It. The bulk Fast becoming famous as the fluent fish- ep iB sue.

and Cigars. of but this gang were not worker at the mill, log grounds in the country. -c:. and Jewelry. All work warranted for 12 months.
gamblers and tonirhs.. principally
y 'W" Guaranteed Pure. from Dado county, who made a habit ol KyMall Order will receive prompt and careful attention
coming over the river when the mill FISHING THE EAST COAST == cam .

John B. Togni. hands were paid off selling them liquor, TITUSVILLE. FLOR ,

and then winning their =s
money by gambling.
No. 103 East Bay Street, Corner Ocean While fishing$ at St. Lucie Inlet recentV 7dC cwo
On Saturday. April 6th,Sheriff! Brown Col. Glenn, of Philadelphia; and Miss
Near i he old stand. Edna ego
and Deputies Waller and Carl'ton went Barge of New York, caught over
I JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. down to investigate the matter and If UOO-lbs L of mackerel and two large saw" fA Special Attention !..
sawfish will be cured and
fish. The
.- correct, to arrest and break up the'gang. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
They found a very rough, -noisy crowd shipped north.

LL East End Cafe of negroes,gambling and ftrlnkln There A few days ago, on the Continentalhotel GIVJ5N TO MAIL ORDERS FOK-
were several crowds, but the largest pier at Atlantic Beach, a (iO-lb.

crowd was In front of one of the houses, whip-tail ray on SO feet of slender baseline Hardware Tinware Crockery Glasswa
'+ t WM. J. HOBAN, Prop'r.Wines gambling and "raising caln" generally. spinning rapidly from a reel on a frail ,

The Sheriff and his deputies slipped rod, furnished excitement. plenty for
Liquors and Cigars. through the scrub until they were Dear Seneca D.Klmbai'k. That veteran heavy Harness and Stoves.

f i AJJUAUBEH: -BU8CH DEER A SPECIAI.TV. the orowd, when the Hheilff: was ordered hardware merchant of Chicago was fishing -
to halt and throw up his hands, which I for vbeepbead when the monster took e ger Our Stock ts Complete and We Can Fill Orders PromJas"
Out of town orders given prompt atten of course, tbe- Sheriff: politely declloedto his bait, and with a daub rushed to the

do, but called and 'ordered the gang end of his line, almost taking Mr. Kim-
tion. Jug trade a specialty. to consider themselves under arrest. <.Tfa< bark off the pier lie thought own of his Pritcliard <& Son

lights were kicked out and a rush'made heaviest anvils bad come to life awl taken o
MT-FURN1SI1ED ROOMS for the scrub the entire Inch '
by gang. hl.llae. The creature fought every PoMofflce Box 212
Cor. Bay and Catherine Sts, Just at this time a shot wan fired by of the way moat stubbornly, every now ,
one of the gamblers and many shots Im- and then Jumping/ la the air ilappiwg bis ':I'itus v-3.lle Florid
'i Jacksonville Florida. mediately followed from the same aide huge wings. or firm and lashing bin tail m .

and were replied to In like manner by de nt'i.'W' spread that "Admiral tsq,,,

tbe Sheriff and his deputies. Dewey," as Mr. Klmbark is called by

After tbe shooting was all over, tbe many;owing to hfo! close resemblance to
Sheriff and his deputies captured ten of that hero, had caught a sea serpent, and TIlE TUBS TO COME SEEI: : > 9.

the gang, and the Sheriff was Informed the hotel guests soon flocked to the pier (
r"R that two men were shot and mortally laving[ gotten his catob landed,Mr. Kino- have no terrors for the well) Insured m_.

wounded. Their names were given as bark 're-baitedhis hook and proceeded lie Ig secure lathe. knowledge/ that whatever ONION--White and Red Bermuda.

McDaniel and Dumas This was reported one* again to court tae dorm and sheep- happens Us family Is well provided
to the Sheriff after everything had lead, but. Instead, another of these unsightly >
quieted down, and the wounded, men giants of tbe sea eagerly rabbed'he for. And the cost of this security !. .
d } were In their homes. bait and another Metro,struggle tool really very small. Our rates on GENUINE! Imported'' Stock, Just BfecelvedL Finest Strains- Garden So
186$ The Sheriff and their tbe result The third
deputies brought with
: place same Ljro: XjQUEVLX> .:t.XXOO.. Florida Seed Rye aDd< DO Day Oats. i Georgia Rye. Texas Oats. Barley.
prisoners to Jensen for trial before M< victim snapped the hook tn twain and

Ilardee, Justice of tbe Peace, and sent made good his-escape, and a fourth also are moderate and by taking; out a policy B57"Send for Catalogue.

Dr. McClennan down to sea the men who got away after lively Might. For good at an early age eke benefits are greater .,
shot Tbe Doctor did all be oould Hotel Continental Is hardto
were fishing, pier CAMERON Tits Seed Store
:, '({ ',; : and premiums lower.SCIIUTLEK .
,, '
\'t'.lri. t }
".t for them, but they both died Sunday>
cf. :..;:.,;;:' -:ji:'..::. ...: night. One was shot through the breast, \ A 3KANNING, 125 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.K8TABLI8IIUD .
: : :" ,: the bullet out at the back the
"''.rtvrt*,_ coming ; F. E. C. RAILWAY.The TUTUS VILLE, FLORIDA..
other was shot under the1 right nipple,
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WITH TIlE NEW YEAR Correspondence Invited.Ik \
and the bullet was found by Ur. McClen ....
j! open up one of my bottles of nan just under tbe skin on the left side, Florida East Coast Railway Co. -

OLD WINE OR WHISKEYand and extracted by him. Informs this office the the above-men took 2;) years tolled out that Typewriters -

drink to the health and prosperity of tloned trains were disooneiianed on the were built upnidedown. i M.
following totes: Lane & Son
I lends and self during the year.
These goods are pure and wholo ome. FLORIDA OSTRICH- FARM. April Last NI IU':h.,! will bo operated: en Tuesday, THE VISUU..B WHITING ,

Unexoelled for richness, strength and :
Last, 2ct train' will be operated on Wednesday 4
Did ever see a deer bad habIts ; ,
ilavor. you firth
Right for health nnd hospitality.ROUT. ? There is one out ue the ostrich l.ti. .m April Dili. ,
V that chews. tobacco and drinks. beer, says This. suuetcrdus. luformHtrwn on buck
L. MOTLOW, the Times-Uoiun feud JitUon. TliU animal of time card No SI1, which, shows tbe It built light Hide up where the work I:
TITUSVILLE: and COCOA; : FLA. schedule time of these. trains Southern Fruit and Produc
Is not quite full grown and In very la IDI sight. It Is a llgu>tietMnpact, simply I
tame, tamer, lit f
IU'''. It did not ac>|..iiea taste for tobacco the through parlor. our" service to Atlantic learned, i-pe-ateil and"! cleaned; aligns
Ij. A. Hildretli.
;j aud beer, but took naturally to It, Beach will also be dlscuntianed.I perfectly and neoils leant! rspahs.ywt .
OOZD.c:1.iss1oc. :TuLerclzar: ts.
:: : ::
The of the farm that hu :
manager says > .....*CIl: OF TBAIX 2$ AND 20.
Dealer In Foreign and Domestic Brands will allow the deer to run loose In the
The above railway company has sent SPECIALTIES : ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT. Stencil, Cards and t
grounds just soon as it become a lit
...of... as us a circular, advising the dtsoontlnu
tle accustomed to the
I more ouiroundlngs. arise of trains 28 and 20. This leaves In i 'quotations furnished on application._
The farm has received quite a number
Ram Brandies; Whiskeys Gins operation one train a day between Jacksonville
of new animals In tbe past few days.
) and Miami each way.!I. e., Nog
Two wildcats that were caught In south
'..Wines, Bottled Ales, Beer and Stout. Florida are on exhibition. '!'beylook as :?<:5 and 78. In addition trains 3J and :112, ll 4 IUn1f1 J. H. OKBaEX. ED. OHTGIA
1 between. Jacksonville and New Smyrna, !
docile aDd Innocent as an ordinary house
r' best and served will be continued shown OB the time
The whiskey liquors by as OETGEN & OETGEN
cat; In fact resemble one except in size,
i d No. 30.\
polite and courteous attention. being a little larger. But don't go too 9i
Sleeping cars will\ be placed in operation ? .
the for If too close the '
near cage you get JACKSONVILLE
between St. Augustine\ and the East, 1 ,
A first class line of foreign cats get angry and attempt to scratch ljl
commencing April 14th upon discontinuance -1
and domestic cigars. yon.There of through vestibule trains. i II Commission :
are also among the new arrivals "+twutna ) .
FAMILY and HOTEL TRADE Solicited two sandhill cranes. One of them has i
laid two eggs since being in captivity. The surest and safest remedy for kidney PRICE *')7J50.
Prompt and careful attention given These eggs/ have been! placed In an Incubator and bladder. diseases Is Foiey's Kidney \Ve respectfully solicit consignments ot all kinds-EnrBv! Vegetables.Frulta, '

and an attempt made to raise the Cure. Sold by B. R. Wilson\ & Son W. S. BRANKING Titasvller! Fla.
to mall orders, accompanied by cash. Produce Poultry.Eggs IUdea.Fura.SkLn.Vool. Sah
birds It the eggs baioh. Two white he- Agent for Brevard County Beeswax, Honey, Syrup,

Ct + L. A. IIILDRETII, ion, or egret, the plume bird of a few The most peculiar awl Interest- Sold to responsible parties for$25 cash. Fish, Fish Roe, ate, and mala quick:wturns the same day'+your oonsigymentiaell: '
r I year bock, are also among the latest ac VISIT and *10 monthly payment Other make,
TORT PIERCEFLORIDA.. quisitions. These were put in a yard together log eight 10 America .. machines taken In part payment TAGS AND STOXCILS ARE 1'BSEE.!

but had to be separated, n* they TIlE FLQRIDAOstrichFarm e I I
4{ A Fine Home For Sale. were continually lighting. ALL UP-TO-DATE BUSINESS MPL"tSHOULD ;

Nine little ostriches, just a week old, USE THE OLIVER.
The Olttaet Established: Grain...!Seed Houiln the SlateSs'Cc,
+' ii ; A model southern home to South end are also there They look like a young Co.

f' of Urevaid county, on the Indian River, quail, a ball of brown feathers with a
I) in tbe center of the pineapple belt. Nice head and legs, but are about the size: ofa Hodgson Bros. "

41 U-room dwelling\ and out-bulldlngs. Ten half-grown chicken. For two weeks JACKSONVILLE, "VV"cl.:: .A.. :Sours:: < ,

u acres In fruition pineapples; 40 orange, their growth Is so slow that they apparently EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER FLA.Mario .
lemon, lime and grapefruit trees-most I do not Increase In size; after thatIt

rl,, all have fruit on them. Beautiful yards Is very rapid. There. an thirty more Railway. GRAIN HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS
,, and flower garden. Will be sold at a eggs In tbe Incubator, which will be General Merchants and Ship ChaaxUers. ,
bargain. For full particulars address: hatched In a shout time.A .
"0." bear from Fort Pierce Is expected to cvi* ..Special Facilities.. Flour, Grits. Meal and Fertilizer:

f Care ADVOOATK, Titusville, Fla. arrive this week, as well as twenty-five for Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing
t i alligators and four crocodiles. s l1i East Bay Street, ,JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Drnylna. About the drat of June some of the Yachts and Launches.
if,, ostriches will be shipped to the farms at Mention the ADVOCATE when writing.EX. Agts. fort urina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. &'1. and Plant Synten"San

Draying hauling all kinds prompt. Saratogaand Baas Point, near Boston,
ly attended to. Meets all train. Stove but with the number now at the farm '
I wood supplied\ and the young chicks, those that are I :. C. :DE3C-A\7"IEI1: >JV The Nation's
HAULEY shipped will make no apparent de.
ALFKBD Tltusville. away
crease In the birds at the farm. Artesian Well Contractor Mateo"

i Lund For Sale. The Florida Ostrich Farm U advertising Best Cigar
f for all kinds of Wild animals dee ..Dealer In..

17SJ acres llrst-class pineapple land, ad. on this, page. Aermotors Tanks and Pumping
'I desirable front on St. Luole river, at a Machinery. It'M; nIl

+ c+ bargain. For reasonable terms write, Dade County Laud For Sato. _
5 L W. W. LVCK. DELANDFLORIDA.: .E to ri Itt.
? Tibbalu Fla.
; For sale, cheap the northeast quarterof Why buy imported cigars, made from heavy. tropical tobacco, doctored wit\
: :
southeast of section 3 township -rwc A. :F''loriclL. :
quarter opium and other whetf
Clothing Cleaned, Dyed, ) drugs, you can have the pure Florida. leaf at a five-cel
38, south of range 41 eat; clone to GREAT DISCOVERY.Exhibited price
O. K. Woods pineapple plantation on
Pressed and Repaired. I.adlell'dreallE'8' In presence of Judge CbrUtle Prtxt-
a specialty Address, St Lucie River 40 acres. ,ecutinKAttorneyot tbe Criminal Courtof. Di,. FREE BY MAIL TO ANY) BOX of as..... .. ... .*... ..... $1.('
t Also, the northeast quarter of northeast vat Conner, Fla.,ant Jacksonville. FU. 1,000
i, ;, SAM: : PFHKINS, quarter of section 18, township 38, Nearly aoo tlitmntlo: bird itandtnc moll to O"trtchnimu 10 feethighweighingsieto4npound. letter at Testimonials the Cuimi of Coiunmp ADDRESS......J Boa of so' .. ...w
{ Magnolia\: Avenue and Oth Street, : '"" tins Catarrb. "' .th_eta.. from sane of the
Box 253. Sanford Fla. south of range 41 east; on south fork of ,egg.,ostriches sitting and bad?oetilcheejuNt meet prominent eltlMa of tbe United srate.
P. O. ,
{ t; St.. Lucle River; 40 acres. Apply toCIIA. natuhed.Ualileee oort. vlolton through the farm .x., Agents! ,both...",..,wanted. B rpackagertrialpsokate. W. ROw: =. =; -
.38 J cent AeMreee, "
S j-: Reading notice ads. on this page ... II. WALTON, Jalnlnn all about the bird, their fleets habits OJ'
Me>; the cents per line per week. Tltusvllle, FU. plumage,eto. WILLIS R. TOty O. JACKSONVILLE,,FLA. SAN MATEO, FLA.I .


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