East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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April 25, 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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Dr. Dodson, near Indian River hotel. -"
-Look for W. W. Luce's ad. page 8. -

ad Topics of General Interest. HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR cures -Mr. Special Sale, Monday, April 2U, Wednesday evening, at eight o'clock, The ADVOCATE Is now on file at .'1
W. II. H Gleason. of Eau Gal-
all blood and skin dlaea e... For sale ,
by at the Methodlstrhurch. Tltusvllle, wore the best hotels In Ne"Xork city.
J. B.: lie, was In town on Wednesday. at J. 1C. Walker A Co's.
:Screven druggist Titusvllle Fla.
ADVOCATE, united in the holy bonds of matrimony,
THE Where to In Tltnsvlllef See Tltusvllle
In advance. -Mrs. J. E. Burns and son, Robert Capt J. O. Walton's furnished cottage We will make the following special Mr. James II. Pope, of Miami, and Mini hotel stop ad our 7th
it.50 per annum, a. arrived in town from Canaveral Wednesday = for rent. Apply: at this office. prices: Florence A, Vanlaodlnf tham, ofbls on page.
1100 six months, night. Scotch figured Lawns, would be cheap place. The church was beautifully) dee Where to stop along tho East Coast.
countries. Cocoa
Is celebrate
|i.'oo: per an. to foreign going to pn May at 6 cents; we offer them at 4 cents pet orated with roses palms and evergreens, See list of hotels on page 7.
nien you subscribe for the ADVO- Brevard Circuit Court will conveneat Day. Let everyone attcrfd who can. yard. while a lucky horso-sluie, made with
Hotel l Continental Atlantic Bench
,1 by the year, It does not cost you Titnsvllle on Monday next, before Rend the new !ad. of Oetgen &: Oet- Covert Cloth, Just the thing for house beautiful white ro"ell. was suspended ,
,cents per week, postage Included. Judge M. S. Jones. gen, commission merchants, Jacksonville skirts when durability Is wanted, worth over the spot where these! two loving Saturday on June Monday 7th for next tho, summer open on

date of expiration printed upon FOR good, fresh Groceries and Vegetables \ on our 8th page. 23 cents; at 15 cents per yard.A hearts wore made one. ,
{ate or wrapper every week. This at the lowest prices lovely line of Ladles' Neck Wear at Long before the appointed hour for Mr. 1*. II, Love, formerly of Jaofcftonvllle ;- .
1 paper trY'W. Messrs. Geo. M. Robbins FredA.
] money. No need New York cost. the nuptials our reporter noticed that will open the Blue Ridge Inn,
your E. .
receipt DeaiTrt.Dr left
] send receipt for subscription,. Morgan here, yesterday, for Day- Pink and white Madras, fine quality, the church wits rl\p\tllylllllnl( with roulleuta Ilendersonvllle N. C., on June 1st.
ednteglves ii to It to you. and Mrs. J. K. Powell who have tona, to attend to Masonic business. worth :M cents per }aid; at 12Ly: cunt. ( vf TitUHvlllt and the surrounding Floildians please make a note of this.A I

COAST ADVOCATE is on been spending the winter at Mlcco have -Mr. and Mrs.\ Wm. Scobie, of OPmonii An up-to-date line of Ladleit' Underwear country, and by the time HOI for the mar letter to the ADVocATE from New i

'ii following new -8tandsl at fin returned to their home In Brooklyn, N. have left for Hecnonvllle, N. Y., 25: per cent off marked price.A rlnge ceremony, there was hardly stand- York : "The pink paper may tell Its
.it theEAst Y. fur the summer. The ADVOOATK fol. large Hue of children's lace, lawn Ing room. readers says that Mr Morton F. Plant denies
II per oopy : will at eight o'clock Mr. E. B.
and silk Precisely
lows. at oost. Prices
rtuwllle-B. R. Wilson & Son. <'flotre s Davis, who has been In caps range that any proposal bud been made to him
valiie. Wagnr commenced to play the wedding
from !3 to 7S cents each splendid
"! J. B. Soreven. Jacksonville for several months, wan -Mr, B. B. Pyles, of St. Augustine, :3-yard wide Linoleum, usual price march, when all eyes (and heads) wore to give his Interest In the Tampa flay
per "
onv\l1e-Du9al\ hotel. added to the ADVOCATE staff on Wednesday arrived in town Wednesday afternoon, hotel to found n Jesuit school.
yard $1.25: -Monday's sales At l>:i! cents turned toward tho main entrance, where
I! Newsstand, Union depot lie having arrived in town Monday. I to attend the Popo-Vanlaadlngham; wed. wide floor oil cloth 42 cents per the bride was observed approaching The Magnolia, SB:: Augustine, Is now

t t AugiiBtlno-Hotel Alcazar. -Tlio Eagle/ Clothing store hall one of ding lard along the center tale, loaning upon the elosed for the season which has been

the largest and most fashionable stocks -Mrs. E. L. Brady, of this place, 18 Full size Iron ne'er, well and strong win of the groom. And then could lio the nionl prosperous In the I'nlmer.lIao: ; .

f- Reading notice ads are ten; cents of clothing on the K.iHt: 'oast When 1uTituHvIlle visiting lends at South Pittsburg, made, a. tti.BIV.: heard such exclamations) front several\ Dowell management. The Increase In

line on this next week give this store a Tenn., where she is enjoying herself 1m- spindle oak chairs, net of six for $X young; ladles as, "How lovely she looks," guests over last teanon was :2,11(10( John
cleans clothes call. ensely. An oak Center table for 81) cents. "Don't she look sweet," "I wonder If I T. MaoDowell will manage the Brighton/> r-rat
Perkins, -Mrs. J; T. Davis and Mrs. Geo. Bay New line of Men's Pants, Overalls, etc will look no charming at my wedcUng," Long Branch, and W. W. Palmer will
REXT:> -Two fish houses on dock at Between getting out the ADVOCATE, lei of Fort Pierce, came up Monday at bottom prices. etc., eto. The bride and groom, wbo have charge of the Clarendon at Saratoga,
of P. P. Cobb. setting up the Brevard county delinquent all kinds looked happy as could be, wended this
,ort Pierce. Enquire afternoon to be present at the Pope-Van- New Home Se""llIgMahlnflll" ns summer
tax list and attending to job work this
for cash or on :installments. their way to the altar, where they were
of West Palm dinghnm wedding returning home easy Hotel Casa Marina Anastasia Island ,
Geo. Currie, office has been this ( on
,ttorney kept pretty busy M. who after
the A.
Itev Dalger
Mall orders tilled! at these prices, If received met by ,
this .
cb, was in town on Monday., week atternoon.Mrs. by Monday's mall. rending tbe beautiful marriage service of near the lighthouse/> St. Augustine

Mrs C. C. Post, of Seabreeze, Is in -J. R. Walker Co., the big brick\ Branning and daughter, who Satisfaction gunrantend.J. the Methodist. church,' pronounced Mr. was burned The to the ground was owued on by(Saturdaytaut. Arnold

.liiDRton, D C., visiting\ relatives for store, say they lire ready to supply all are the guest of Mr and Mrs. W. S.Brannln" It. WALKER A CO.Titiisville wife and Miss VI\nl"udlnlZl1arn man and Kurth and property was Insured for *Jr>00.: Last I i

Idle. those who come to Titiisville next week ", expect to return to Green 1 Fla. The wedding was then over, ami year Mr. Kurth refused $3, for the ,
Fischer's cot- with all kinds of /good things. Read the Cove Springs tomorrow, after a pleasant I the newly-manled: pair received hearty Since that time be linn put f'
For rent, in Tltusvllle, stay In town of about two weeks.L. congratulations from 'relatives and numerous property.
i of eight rooms. 2 ad. on this page. Rig Improvement on the Tttosvllle-San. friends In about 1,500 t In lopulrs and furniture,

Sheriff W.Northrupp, of Tavares, Cameron, Jacksonville's! noted ford lirituoti bride much admired and making his net loss about $2,000.: The
The Clyde steamer Iroquois now received stock The was hotel at the time but lindbeen
was a pleasant caller at this office on seedsman, has just a big looked In rich costume of was occupied I
charming a
from Jacksonville
doled to sail on his West of summer seeds-a'.l new and fresh. If lensed by Mrs. Capo, who Intended
He to
iday April 20th, at 7:00 o'clock p. m. Palm Tuesday.Beach, to was secure on a prisoner way ', whose you art In need of seed, give him an or- The F. E. C. Railway Co. are making( organdie blossoms with white roses satin and trimmings dlainouiln, moving In to prepare for opening for the

Mr. Win. M. Brown has returned presence was needed his county der; he la bidding for your patronage on considerable Improvements along .the orange while the made an exooJlent 1m.pre"Rlon .; summer. The lire hail been burning for
line of tbe Tltusvllle-Sanford branch. groom
Sib time In the kttchlng before It was
after few weoks spent In Miami, our page. some ,
and other in- -dipt. C. F. Fischer Is now travelingfor Every Station Is being thoroughly/ over- In a suit of conventional blaok. discovered by Mr O. B. Smith, and It
+log after his banking Sbepp's Library of Fine :Arts, Philadelphia -Mr. W. W. Russell, part owner of hauled, new bridges;; are being built, and The presents received were numerous, was found check it. Mr.

+le. The Captain has a fine collection the Cinclnnatus Farms and Railroad, at the light rails will be taken up and replaced and were both useful and ornamental. Hmlth then formed a fire company, and

Ire( W.D. Mussenden,.of Bath, Me.;: of works, and those needing them Sebastlon, l Is expected on Indian River by heavier ones, similar to those The bride Is the daughter of our they then directed their efforts savlng
Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins, of this place, should not fall to examine them before In a few days. lie Is now In New York. used on the main line. Millions of feel worthy townspeople, Mr. and Mrs. 8. U.Vanlandlngham. surrounding property 'rhe orew of the

i among the recent pleasant callers at purchasing elsewhere. The above tract of labd embraces about of lumber will be used In making these blue Is well and favor- lighthouse tender joined the firemen, and.

office 113,000:! acres.It Improvements on tbe old J., T. &: K. W. ably known here, where she has a bout by hard work the lire was prevented from
-There was called meeting of Friendship and when of friends who wish her every joy;; wbllo
Ry Cos. former property, contained
Casa Marina
Mr. cod Mrs. Henry'M. Flagler,after Chapter No. 11, Eastern Star, at is the Intention of the ball players the railroad and stations the groom-who Is employed by the V.K. spreading. The
,completed ,
ding a couple of weeks or so In St. their Chapter-room, -Tltusvllle, on of this plaoe to have a game on Saturdaynext sheds. roadbed etc., will be a credit to C. Ry. Co., as yardmaster at )[\11011Ie about fifty rooms the, a spacious,It 'Is
uatine have to Hot Springs, evening when there was a fair and Judge; Penney requests the of overlooking ocean. suppose +
gone Tuesday the F. E. C. Ry. Co. and Its manage said to be a young man superior boon oooU.
as the guests of Mr. Fred Sterry. attendance of members. There will be bon to be present at a meeting at his lualltioatlons. ed that some ono mat have
another meeting on Tuesday afternoon office Tuesday evening at T-AQ: when the ment. Yesterday the happy pair lert for Miami inn In the kitchen and )loft A tin there
Mr. and Mrs R. R. McCormick,
have been spending the winter at next at three o'clock, when all members arrangements for the game will,,be made. where they will make their home Hotel Colonnades, Seabreexe: is doM

'anu6' Grove, left for Philadelphiaweek. are asked to be1 present.Mr. -We understand Mrs. Pardonvllle) Cassava mill Sugar Cane Plantation leesr Tli AUVOCATB joins their numerous cloHpil. after a very iiccossful season;

The ADVOCATE follows. and Mrs. J. W. Erregger; of wife of Mr. Jules Dardonville of Fifth Tltuuville. friends In wishing Mr. and Mrs. Pope along but witilo the Clarendon Inn, Seabreeze,

Brooklyn, N. Y., are Htlll sojourning at avenue, New York, who recently{ boughtthe life of connubial bliss and pros lid' nit exceptionally good-paying/ tourist

YOUR LUMBER.AT DUPONTlliddleton'e Clarendon Inn, Seabieeze: where they ioodyuar place, at Mcrrltt Is Im Mr. D. U. Plllsbiiry, from Phtladel- parity biulness, Col C, C. Pot informs us that
and save freights. have been all the winter. Mr. Erregger proving health, much to the pleasureof phia, Agricultural superintendent of the Ills late partner, Leonard llll, U behindin

We understand Mr. W. S. BrJ.nnlngetlnK : ls having a six-room cottage built bear her many Indian River friends. It Is ndlan Klver Manufacturing/ Company, A SHOOTING AFFRAY.Last his accounts to the amount of about

- with much success In selling the Colonnades, which, when finished probable Mi. Dardonvllle will go tq London was a pleasant caller< at this office on *'1010.() ?Mr Olll lias middudly disappeared

)lIver typewriter, which becoming will be one of the must comfortable win this. summer, to attend the coronation Saturday. This company ban bought Saturday afternoon the stillness and Col. Post DOW manages the Clar

"a< favorite In offloea along the East ter residences at Seabreeze.: The house of King Edward. the beaguy Grant near Turnbull, and of the hour Tltusvllle\ was awakened endon Inn personally, assisted by the following i

't' is surrounded by a nlco little orange -Mrs. A. Treutler, a prominent and expect to start work In two or three by the report of two pistol. shots, and staff: Mr. C, II. Knappe, chief '

Mr. J. Wl Bruner, of Georglana, grove. much respected citizen of Eau Gallle, weeks. They will plant cassava and later It wait found that A man by the clerk ; Mr\ Harry Barrows, front clerk;

a pleasant caller at this Office on -Mm. Ella M. timer, Washington, was among Saturday's:! northbound passengeis -' sugar cane extensively. name of I). S. Evan had! sent two leaden Mr J. Blake, ch.f. 'rhe head porter Is I
,day. Mr. Bruner Is an orange and U. C. and her daughter, Mrs.\ Charles it. en route to DeLand to spend a mnsHengers In a bee line for James) Mot Joe Uop rll'tfr.; Lucy Roper, and W.
Charlie Miller
1pple' grower, aa well"as a dealer In Perry, of Waycrons, Ga", arrived In TI few days with Mrs. D. L. (laulden. Mrs. Sebastian SocUl Club Fcitlvltlm. low, who was standing behind the ; The water Clarendon; ,
Russell head bellman.
estate. short visit to Treutler has one of the fluent little orange In Ii. L. Moth.,,'. saloon. Mr. !Mot- ,
tusville\ last Saturday: on a and :
Inn will be all the summer
In Eau Oallle and her residence saved his life by dodging behind the open ,
-apt., J. O Walton has Just returned Mr. and Mrs. A. K. WilHon. On Monday, groves; located There will be tots of fun at Sebastianon low the floor! until the rates are #J to *J SO per day; sad$10tii
la beautifully over a high He crawled on
ow York from Boston and Pblladel- they left for short visits to Melbourne Friday next, May2bd, among them about $i1/ per week Thin Is a oosy, :
the Eau Gallle River In reach of his pistol ten
, where he went upon business con- and West Palm Beach, after which they on being a regatta, horse race, one mile foot ho got when lie had secured the date hotel, with all modern ,," '
,id I with his patent self-locking pul- will return to their homes. This Is tbe -Mr. A. R. Glad win, of Hberbourne:: ; race, throwing the hammer ere. feet away, but and every attention will be paid to '
ickle: blocks. first trip these ladles have made on the N. Y, although he has been In town At night there will bit a dance, with weapon, Evans!: that had Evans gone.; hud been making who stay I there Col. Post has a\l(upto'i. 'i

I East. Coast and they wore 'much pleasedto only about two weeks has hooked over Hrst-clas manic, and a delightful time Is. It seems ed the Breakers, Seabreono, from
Mrs. W. I l himself I little too boisterous. to suit Mr.
V. Curry and three naugb- see Indian River. fifty bass and trout In Indian River, to I In store for all who attend.A a L. Kouliersporger, and both () n
who had been on a visit of twos arrivals at the Indian River front of Tltusvllle. Yesterday was a cash'dl.rl Invitation Is extended to all. Morlow, and when requested' to behave ,summer will\ be under II\a| management J ><
\ to Mr. and Mrs. A.. K. Wilson, of Among the himself a fight ensued, la which Evans I
with him when be orchestrathat
banner hRS also
day caught engaged
ville hotel yesterday were : J. B. LaRoohe the of It. Evans than went to same ,Ii IiHe ,
+ left, on Saturday last, fore II .. gut worst
and, six or eight, averaclng from to no) much delighted the guests of tbe' _
A. LaRoche
LuRnche and
River, where they joined Mr. Clement CHURCH NOTICES. his home, secured his revolver returned I
UIb with a rod and reel lIe says them Colonnades all leaf winter Road new j.
of J.
Vlrs II. B. LaRoche. Courtenay; with the result M above toted.
v, and expect to reside for awhile. .
Cecil O. are plenty of bass and trout In Indian ail. on 4th palCe.'w I
H. Coarsey, Savannah; Judge Evans was then arrested by Marshal
Jr. II. the River if anybody knows bow to catch Archdeacon B. F. Brown, who held .
T. Butler who represents J. ,
Butt, Orlando; Capr. Peter Poppln- R. E. Mlms, Jr., and Dvpiiiy-Sherlff: J,
known Plttsburg commission house lear, Seahrlght: N. J. ; Piank A. ROB, them.. Divine service at Fort Pierce on Wednesday N, Waller and after a Hero struggle to a. Marrlffil.

D. O'Bryan, jr., was among Mon- St. Louis\ : Julius. Smith, Eustis; W. B. -The Geo. W. Reynolds Co.,- at the evening and at Juplteron Thursday was landed In tbe town j-ill. A few minutes 4

soucubound passengers, en route Wallace, Virginia; J. T. Beal, Ocala; Opera house, Tltunvllle, gave "Ten will\ preach at All Salute church, after his Incarceration a dense vol. The following levitation has been received
tuart and Miami. He bad been W. A. Lighifoot, St. Louis; and U. Ii'. Nights In a Bar-room" on Tuesday evening Waveland Jensen on Sunday, the :J7tl lime of smoke was observed by Mr. Wal at this utnoe from one of our old
ling a couple of days at the Claren- Moore, Washington, D. C. which was followed the next evening instant, at 10'tO:: a. m.;; and tbe same ler to be Issuing from the window. II. friends[ on Indian River:
((011, Seabreeze. bj "Peck's Bad Boy," before fairly afternoon at the Cden-Tlbbala church, had just arrived at the railroad station, + t
-No less a man than John Wanamaker at 3ao: o'clock. Jf,.. Chat. II Walhim
crowued houses. Both entertainments and with the exclamation "The piUoner
Ifter a long residence In Florida, theC follows about newspapers -
. A. Arnold, of Daytona, and Rev. recently spoke as whose columns were well received by the audience, who has set the Jell on fire," be made a run "Mrs. Amelia E. Valentine request
\. Little, of DeLand, Englishmen : "A newspaper advertisements of business loudly applauded the members of the Ih Ind Inn IUr.r I>lon*...'. Aeso 1.410. for the jail that would do credit to the the pleasu of your company at the marriage

recently naturalized and took their oveirlow' with In attracting at- above troupe. On the whole, the entertainments celebrated I>eerfoo When :Mr. Waller of her daughter, Helen Welcome ,I
papers, before Judge M. U. Jones, men has more Influence town than any were very creditably given. Will hold their annual picnic at Oleander and a crowd of followers arrived at the and Mr. Charles Anderson Ballou jr., on I
tention and building up a the of Point, Cocoa, on May 1st at 10 o'clocka. wooden building at thirtieth :
lusU Circuit Court while In session where there Is The above company were guests town jail (which U a Wednesday morning, April the ,
eLand. other agency. People and eo I libor wherethereieanentetprhingcommunity. the Indian, River hotel while In town. I ICape. m. sharp All who are already en.rolled the rear of the county jail), It was found at 10 o'clock.. Bayonne Plantation, Tlll-\ !
business. Capital go an members as well as those who that Evans had leG all the cots on /lire, Florida."
1t and McPherson of No E. H. Rice, of this place has man,
Mrs. K. I are eligible for membership are urged to anti an he stood a good chance of being Miss. Helen! Valentine Is a very popu
rtand; Mrs. Wright, of Oak Bill, power on earth l is HO strong to build upa just shipped ten large cabbage trees to attend. By order of G. M. llanlee, Pres. suffocated and burned up, he let up lar young lady, and wo send her hearty

been enjoying a Visit al Seabreeze, town so well should rbeappreciate I 1.. Congressman/ Win. Aldrlob, of Aldrich, II. S. WILLIAMs, gee, some pretty loud yells for help. best wishes in advance.
who will\ plant them around his
e Mr. McPherson has bought a lot and Its power Ala The prisoner was quickly hauled out
'Ie ocean beach He U having who overlook his town paper beautiful residence In Alabama. Congressman -
now The
man from his perilous position by the Deputy
ared, preparatory to> building. a sum Injures himself by Injuring his town and Aldilcb is a prominent resident Going to Ilulld h he riff, Marshal and assistants and placed A Local Law COM.
: and mine owner of the above place, and
ottage the lot. -
upon townsmen. where he will b.
we had the pleasure of meeting him, Lie Write Bond Lumber Co., Tltusvllle, In the county jail Hlierllt Jos. P. The rase of Mr. Fred F, Taylor, of I
tEVT-Two fish housed on dock at wife daughter; and son, In4 January, at for lowest estimate on your material. tenderly taken curs of by with Kockledge, "'1..., and Grand llnplds.

rt Pierce. Enquire of P. P. Cobb. Jolt .Received. Hotel Colonnades, l'IeabrHlze; and again/ Brown buckets The lire of won water extinguished applied by Mich., vs. Mr. David H. Hutohloson, of f

At the Breakers, Palm Beach. They Empty Sugar and Illce Itarreln. several hands. Trenton ;N. J., a suit en a note, which

Jean Orates j t t ttarload Carload Coplay Portland Cement. "were a jovial party, and we hope to see a few Evans willing was given a preliminary bearing. was taken to Do'Land from Brevard,
Florida Lime. them on the East Coast next wmtrr.Gardner' For sale. Address, Monday county on a change of venue, was tried
Carload best before Judge A. 1). 1'ouney on ,
: just ;received; by the Bond tons Masury's K. Ii. White (the WALTER A. MOORC:, and in default $30": 00 bond wan comrn before Judge M. H. Junes at the Voluala
!her Company Fla. Five 8 George tit Charleston 'S. C. Circuit Court ,last week. The case wall
Tltuivtlle best paint.) Flyer ; I tied to the county jail, to await the
To arrive next week:- action of the Circuit (:pllr&. : submitted to the jury by the attorneys
Launch for Sa.le Cheap. Carload rash and IJoors. LING POSH, NEW GAME$J.25 $3. JDraylnif. -- .-- without argument, and the jury found a
Nail HKYVIXU XACIIINK;, week, .16,6\1.\ venlotin favor of Mr. Ilutchlosou. Mr.

inch 03 feet long; 6 feet 6 Inches Carload Carload Pineapple Wraps.Oh Manhattan and Coronation Ties, 3.;>
: equipped with a h. p. double cyl- Yes! I can fill your order. :> HALF IIO F.. See them. attended to. Meet all trains. Store:: All of block 27, In the town of Tltiia- Court.

Globe Gasoline Engine dynamo, GJlOROJ: F. I'ADDlsei: Splendid value t pairs, Olio. wood supplied.r _I lie, Fla., located between the F. E C, ------

Everything; complete and In good 2t };all Oallie, Fla. CROKINOLE BOARDS, this week, 80c. ALFRED HADLKV, Tltusville.nd.htn Railway<< depot and Ice Factory; price, Two Fine Lots For Sale.

'Dg order. Address C. A. GAKDXKR, Tl tusville, Fla. 9TUO.OO. Buildings on same are worth -

W. U. IlABBIS, aud Lot For Sale Rockledge. [ Klver, the money Two fine 10-aore lots lying on Indian
Tlbbals, Fla. Cottage Wild Animal and Bird 'Vant l. Alllo HO acres of Pine Land I of a mile River miles south of Fort Pierce, on a

on Indian River front Has one of the most a trantl va and best south of Woodley station. F. E. O. 1 Ry.<< good shell road. Each lot has :30O feet

House for Sale. Cottage and lot of Major F. M. Wanted-Wild Cats, Bean, Monkeys: stocked stores along the) East Coast of runs across west part. Price, IOO.CO. river frontage. Hlytti bluffcovered with

between the residences Gray. Mtb* Otter, Pelicans, Florida Deer, Mandblll florid;*. You can find everything you Vacant town loU., with cottages, at palms and hardwood timber. Oood for
|:j'iOO; 7-roomed house, with er- Taylor and S. Price F. *700 known ., halt Cranes, Eagles; ,Alligators, Wild Turkeys, need fct this store. All kinds of fine groceries Fort Pierce, the fastest-growing. town on oranges, grapefruit tangerines and pineapple -
I quarters, most beautifully situated Ender Place. at 8 per cent. lawks[ Herons, Owls, Turtles and Rat and western meat Indian River. *. No better location on the riverat
e terraced bank of the Indian River.grounds. cash, balance on tmortgage! tlesnakes. Address, Particular attention paid to the need Call, or address any price. 9LOOO.OO for each lot. ,

.e 1200. Apply or ad- Apply, or writeGEO.:; )1. RoB81, Tun FLORIDA OHTBICIC FAKM yachtsmen and erulntng parties. A. C. DITTHAB, C. T. MCt'AUTV, ;

"Vit.La," ADVOOATK Office.'rltusville TltiMville, Fla. ISapI Jacksonville, Fla. GRO. ;y. HATCHProp. Fort Pierce, Fla. Ankona, Fla.




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were, at tcensus or isuo. I.uIperwus ,(e i vulgar error of Imagining that '''hIr\ -:,: ilaiiteh1Ia1ilIs! I '

of bleb birth. Of those bar. Rhodes batched the Jameson cooeplra' \ \ \ ASPHALT GRAVEL 'ROOFI]

; o( Irish parents on American soil; wbo cy outof any animosity or fear of
1 GAair can say bow many tbere are? More.11 .... Mr. Rhodes has always been .A .* ...."ted

r Is safe to say than are to be found 1. partial to the Putcb. Man tor, with Eureka ll Har- \
4DoCT all Ireland today. man. be knows that the Boer Is a 1 bet' "eta the f .
of the Irish race Onll virile creature than I tbe
"If the majority ter physical er ...It.nd rlf 'JVJ WITH NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS.
themselves today under tbe stars aDd city bred people of Ureiit prltain. I Ilitlcally ('Oo .ble, ''

..#. stripes and if tbe majority of tbe (rllll be hud always worked wltb do No Sot rouh.n.!break r'f..e \

In Ireland build all their hopes of si ue- them. lie never would have been premIer .io eh.fa.ndcuR \ \ .

Jf cess upon tbe support which they CUI except by tbelr aid and no DlIIO .b.m.. not The \ \ \ \ \ The Carder-Campbell Compai
: draw from theIr kin beyond the sea, ..It ever formulated more emphatically t tbe colykeep.Ioukio .\..

f e is' not surprising If Ireland should
r'e I ::1 ford a promising field for the dJlllo. Dutch you cannot govern South Alrlcll. wearl .wlce r

+ legrotlng Influence of American gralotion. "Why. then did be enter Into a con' .u..longb".Jbe_EurekaHara..OIL Shack No. 1, Foot of Main Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.I ,

n What America bun given to I tbe splracy to overthrow, President Kiger u. ( r

s Irish Is something much more valual ? -Southern Selling Agents, for-

T r than dollars. It Is only In tbe cities of "German Jews. Frenchmen Russlai a
A Ai act tbe American Union that tbe Irish have roles Hollanders and Amt'rlcknsIt Sold e WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND, and WARREN'S CRESCENT BRAND GR.<

/ had an opportunity of diwplayingthepolitical 'was u motley crowd that the great ."*rywh_ /i > v\ Felts.
In can- / ROOFING. Cabot's Shingle Stains and Deadening; National Fain
gifts the eaerclse of wWcb golden magnet bud attracted to Johnnesburg all...... /v>Wv

they were denied In their own land of which one, thing!!: at (eollt Mad by \ Works' Structural and Technical} Paints.
.It Is the fashion to sneer at tbewlII could be stated without hesitation- Standard O.I; \ 11
In which tbe Irish rule vlx. that It had as little enthusiasm l for

cage! and half the great cities of the the union Jack or for anything wore -

% h1w Union. The details of their admin .. Ideal than dollars and cent as anyuvmblitge a.

tfl1 ASA nation may leave much to be desire!
G &Idt R MORE but tbe extraordinary fashion In wblch< bv collected on the planet. It was u
succeeded In estubllsbli\: ....
they godless crew, of whom one shrewd ob-

4 ti f1 0IVF tbelr authority over the richest most server remarked that It was too much the most fatal of all dl .
energetic/ and most Independent com. addicted to gambling, women and wb .. Wholesa
liitj ---- munltles! in the world is one of the mo t ky to have the proper revolutions! : eases. Bottlers'of Wry J, Lemp

'DESTINY OF THE WORLI In brilliant modern and politics.miraculous Everywhere achlevemen In tbe dber."But gross Mammon :worship i I FOLEY'S' KIDNEY Rime I Brewing Company's St. J ia6islteST

minority they are everywhere In tlul though it might be. Mr. Rhodes bent Guaranteed Louis Beer Keg Trade

ascendant It tbe brain as well as tllP
Its Americanization Tersely Depicted "Denied tbe elementary right of eelt pocket ed was of South Africa. He knew It refunded. Contains Our Specialty... House.
In their own country 011 or money .
by W. T. Stead. government Was fretfully Impatient l lof tbVlrksoa !.
tbe score of political Incapacity, the' )' restrictions enforced by President Kru- remedies recognized by em

have in tbe new world afforded ami ger. lie underestimated tbe reslstli nent physicians as the Best for 1fa46 toFor > 12JO: OPolst Ad.aD:1S: : S1rc;:

A MOST EEMAEKABLE PBOPEEO'Fame. kind one of tho most signal Jllustn force of the Boers. Kidney and Bladder trouble; ,e1.dOK: ,SON'PTJGL7s3: : hI,.E1.
tlons; of the art and craft political tbnt 'In fact said Mr. Rhodes to me>

the modern world has ever seen. Artiat when be was explalulng how be canto ... PRICE 5Oc:. nod $1.00.

.. Bnarllahi Author In .... N.W mny be said in criticism of the make tbe one fatal blunder of hili B. It.. WILSON &; SON .........................

Book: 'Tell Dr the strong Part Play. way in which they gained or use tbelr carver lt seemed to me quite certain -.,-

I That sea.. ,dower only enhances the wonder of It if I did not take a hood in tbe .
of Anierlc.. Influence Cu..d. tin "Lauding at.Caetle Garden pennlles game the forces on tbe spot would ," $3 20 //dear will mil i iClUIWkl -.O.4 Full Quarts t
have made
Doer \V.... gnorant and despised they soon make short work of t'resldei: Factor Bnrprlavil HI. ConffrKa\tto 1
beinselvea In less than half a century Kruger. Then I should be face to fa'e Hjrmna.
of the world f fa II I ID by OF THE CELEBRATED 7-YEAR-OUD
Americanization cities
d "Tlio the overlords of the greatest with an American "publlc-Amerlc I1
services held 1 So
the evangelical;
phrase whlclt excites quite needlessly be new world. The Anglo-Indian with In the sense of being Intensely bostlle Methodist Episcopal church

some resentment in Ureut Britain ill the empire at his back has not 1\ to nnd Jealous of Britain -an American at the lIackenB First ('lt. N. J., the other nlgl Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey

It la even regarded as an affrout to< miner grip upon the administration of republic largely manned by American. Rev. II. Bishop Leech the pastor re-
iI Calcutta; than plain Richard Croker has Bulletin Australian woul..)
world li. and Sydney
Englund to suggest that the the marked. "Fifteen years ago I learned We.hlp In Plain Package, po mark. to indicate contents, which will
being Americanized. Its true destiny, injoyod for half a lifetime over care nothing for the old ting. They to play a cornet." avoid all comment. When you !get it and teat it. it it i* not.atJafaotor'l returnit
:ommerclal capital of America. Men would have all the wealth of the Ram) at our expenBa and your$3.20 will be cheerfully ,Is
t of course, Is to be Anglicized and,many; much with so llttliacu The next moment his audience wnl as good nil any $T.tto roods In the market. We are close at band and can give
of anti vho have done so at their dlBpowul. Thvdrawlng pow I are quick to discern something who have created -entraptes out ot of the ultlander republic would but this city Hud at tbe same stand for : f patriotic bias in the writers who yen nothing and constrained states that ex.: collected around It all the otber eel< bill pulpit and then he played hynn O and repuotlou for honest dealing we refer you to any bank merchant hero
be had been in coastal to the aoitur of toil paper.
call attention to the trend ol an It as though or
lure to the]
the1 British to submit to federated, wltb
p idled nips. They would hn .
for months RUTS the 'SOLOMON & LEVI
the twentieth century"To hav,,"
olce may be criminals but they It asa center and we! should have lotlt
all such Irate champions of Eng Thin Press It was another of I'aateLeech's s P. o. Box 33 Ala.
In them tbe genius of statesmanship. Sou til Africa. To avert this catnatn Lost 1928.1930Flrst, Ave., Birmingham
1' land and the English it Is sufficient to In concluding his argument'or prop)! phi to rope In the ultbmders before ;It [ original surprises. sun e NOTICa-aeonaxons.charirne to alt point reached:: by the: "Sonthorn, Kxprene
he electric, fan behind tbe we prepay < nlnlawhorl
uu buetnpolntaontineaofnthereaprewcompenlea
the creation of the Americans Luor : put Company
that cannot
reply as icy-cull it what you will-that Ireland was too late. I did what I did/ Houthurn Kxprnxn Cnmpiiny trariKfer to geld other eompuny. We hlp
is the greatest achievement ol become a state of tbe Unto pulpit to keep himself Fool and place .O.D. Price llal for other good on applkmtiou.When writing please mention too p..r.GI'M .
may '
our race, there is no reason to resent palm[ I'at'tllllil In every Boat of thrhnrrh
Ir. Stead says Medal
the part the Americans are playing in All these things render ,It by no Emil Fncbn.A Coronation a Sermon resident I ILondon. In for the benefit of his congregiilon. .........................

fashioning the world in their image, taut a piteous appeal British tin ;
M leans Improbable has devised for a ,
.:which. after all, in substantially iu next famine
rom the Irish after: the II t medal to comiiieiuorute the (carom Ilerbine Cures

Image"The of Auericanlzatlon ourselves." of the world U or, more likely still after will the flnd ncsliortlve the: ion: which takes place next .dune. II\YI Fever and Ague. A dose will usual);, 13 Hw4.sIi: vzvt:: Ss CO

dl but the"Anglicizing. of the world at one American Insurrection.ear quick to bear the cr;)' the tbe New portraits\'orkrlm"l1 of King On Edward oar side and are top'ill a. a Wm chill M., a Stroud continuance, Midlothian always, Texai cuiei, BIT. *io,w. B., St., JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.

remove. from weeping Erin. 'Come over and jueen: Alexandra: ; on the: other above May 31, 181W:!\ ), writes: "We have use
Such, are some of the opening! utterances for eight yean ,
help us.! the Imperial (crown from wblcnys lerhlne In our family
in William T. Stead's powerful absorbing inerent It the best medicine we" hay
a Mr. Stead writes with : spread out and In the rear a vleif and found
new book "The Americanization of the when be peers Into, the future of WestuilntittM abbey. Britannia Iita ever used, for lagrippe; bilious fever,aunnlarla <) FULL

l World" which la published. and copyrighted outh Africa and be tells" some secret >In front, leaning on a .shield wblc ," COcts at B. K. Wilson & tluaAaaorted : Fuw_ aa

by Horace Markley (New Yorkand which must be mor
olltlcal history bows the royal arms. wreathed wit Voice.
London The book shows a prodigious t[-rsely recounted here even at the riskot IlIul"OllInd draped with the union Jact '01(111 t
well known fact that '
knowledge of world politics gays II
II r rendering it less convincing; novel feature In this medal i I Itb III 6
The only lion lItyI
according to nil II ;
r, the New York World. If SJr. Stead lifer greatly PREPAID PREPAID
; flew of Westminster abbey and I Thus III I
'rites position. 4J
and geographical
r1 (would pose UK prophet, his jiropbecleiare '
Is known of tbe Inner spring wits a-soylng tha
little unkind
set '
based on solid foundations. hat oiiiy Russia one bears male volccH whirl -11.1 ie0 .
certainly of r political action that It Is ponslbl'< tbe best of England are those commemorated absolutely unique In the lownemif
the Interesting ire $42
T- Teruupa most
will boor
lost of'my American readers within Us walls. tin
; their The Itnltnns, on '
chapter In the book is that on the tha compass.
for the first time In these pages other band are notuhle for their tint'
rlcaIlJzIIIJon of Ireland.
lien m lire parts of that chapter: the present disastrous war In Soutl "A neighbor ran in with a bottle ,olhamberlaln's tenor voices., Some Asiatic! I1I1t1on8, 6 tSrtl4
Is the direct result of the Jeal and Dint.
the Unit Africa Collo, Cholera according to Engel li\g> In shrill notw
a "Less than forty years ago ousy of American Influence. It is common lieon Remedy when my son was cutter. straining the voice to Its highest!
States of America were torn In by
,11 ed civil wars ground that this war dates fron ag with severe cramps and was given up| iltch. Others dfllfilit/ In a kind ol I Do;
twain by one of the bloodiest
10 .Tllrne on raid. The raid begat totlnuments < 11\1 beyond: hope by my regular physicianrho tremolntido. Some sin,:?
of time. For nearly live yearn. the Afte vIbrato or _
44 our arrnnraeuts begat Lore stands high In his profession. '
the others hia r 1 DELIVERED
1 whole nation was preoccupied with Intervention and that inter'ution dniinlsterlng; three doses of it, nay Bon labltually in nit undertone, FOR
i i fratricidal strlfo. In the end the north !Miner's Dot what egalned consciousness and recovered en i nasal tone.I.lchtensteln.. I I'
brought on tile war. 0<
conquered. The south beaten 11 at. rely within twenty-four: hours," sayifrs. In describing" the sing

crushed, desolate and despairing, sued pwit the ruld Upon this 1 point have I frequently catpeak Mary lluller, of Mt. Crawford VIThill \: Ing of a ilottentot congregation/ In : !r $9 c9 4' l ,

for peace. The seceding states were with authority as remedy is for sale by all druggist iouth Africa/observes that among nl|

i, forced back Into the Union at the point most disastrous heard the blunder whole from story tbe of thai lipsof and medicine dealers; the singers consisting; of nliout 100 Agents for tlie-Pabit! Brewing Co.
lottentots of both sexes there
of the
bayonet the man who conceived tbe consplrey Current New. and Note. with u base or baritone' -. -
"The contrast between the complete not one man
reconciliation which has been effected and risked everything to carry 11 The cabbage crop on the whole*", Is die -"olc('. 'All the men had tenor voices, q'\\ They temporarily

between north and south In AmerIca ut."No ppolntlng, Till!' Chinese1 \\oces! seem. to bear some' on't Take !Pz7/s/cure' constipation

Iki % and our utter failure to etrec't even a :- mistake can be greater Price for new broom corn are con esemblanee to the weak character orthe ( .LJ1 by agitating f the

1' modus Tlvendl between the Engllih 11 Idernbly higher:; than usual at this people. ,A military man who had

? and the Irish affords a measure of the ( (ason of the year, says'" Orange Judd three years' service In the country bowels,but regular action cannot be secured until the liver
secretes enough bile to make the lntsbtii$.,
difference between the political genius TOO ftlUC11Elterd 'aruietvA eclntf" that he never once beard a execute their natural functions. -t-Sf Unnat-

of the American republic and of tie clean dry bed pleases the rlt>f'p. Ihliintimn sing from hN! chest.-Gen- ural agitation,caused by cathartics, H compels

In to be made to grow/ lemun'a. !Magazine. and
lirltlsh empire. An attempt continual: Increasing doses to
Is as bad as too little for the
"An expenditure of 20.000 lives and rowing girl. It is very easy for her to ElIltt! ludtu uinugous on the Indian l'lvcr. -, attain the results. n

of 200,04)0,000) has been incurred for overdo. and this is especially dangerous Florida. Good For Itlieumatlsni. I

the purpose of' forcing the youth!: African at: that critical period[ or a young girl's Foreign buyers want good fruit. Laatfaf I was taken with a very severe

i Dutch to submit to our dominion. life when she crosses the line of woman Fumigation of trees. under twelve i stack of muscular rheumatism which : on the

t t iWe have killed thousand and devastated hood. It is not ant teet la height Is generally rccomnjeuuas weed me great pain and annoyance : I'I'e r' liver; cures Chillsand

i their land lu order to make them uncommon thing to I as the most effective remedy forkeeping Atter trying several prescriptions and Fever, and every form of

'our subjects.. If they bad been willing lay the foundationfor San Jose scale In check. loumatio cures, I decided to use Cham- and Intermlttlnjj
of after Bilious Remitting;
years srlaln's Pain Balm, which I had seen Malarial ,
1 to become our fellow citizens of they misery by neglect ofnecessary Gut green bone has given better re- ivvrtlsed In the South Jor eyman. After Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
would have been strength.
: a source West
nits In production
precautions egg two applications of this Remedy was works
I As men forced by war to submit to our at the first 'irglnla station than meat scraps and inch better, and after using; one bottle trouble, permanent cure.

$ yoke: they will become a source of a "charge of life." leal. WRS complete! cured-Sallle Harris, FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE

t' abiding -weakness. We shall have two i The use of Dr. It has been estimated that the Itab- ttem, N. J. For sale by all druggists

Irelands on our bands Instead of one, Pierce's Favorite cock mlllc test effects a saving of R IIE'rceDt id medicine dealers. II. II. WILSON: & SOX.
and each affords only too tempting; an Prescription not only
q establishes regularity of the butter fttt of all the milkand .. -
opportunity for those who may use the Sprints Una Spronor.
all the creamrlcs.
but it gives cream handled by
trend of times for Now aprliuc baa coma
'Americanizing our IF YOU WANT A.
health to the entire FroK cry "}ug a run." ..
the of detaching either or.both
purpose womanly organism. And the mosquito sings for Joy}
from tb@ empire of which at present It. is the best medicine The Heat Prescription for 1IIala..l.Chills He )I. out for"
? they form port." for diseases and Fever la a bottle of Grove'eTilstelells !. Inspecting one a "phli,"

Mr.! Stead iiiotenvord| for word the peculiar to women I Chill Toudc. It is simply iron To mat\ w* wintered all right;; .Building Lot

Declaration of ludl'pendt'lwe.lthouth because it cures, the nd quinine In a tasteless form. NoJure Then the next we'll know .. ,
disease ( Xo Cure. Trice AOcts. 11. will com some hot night
causes of ,
he says that "Its reproduction here will And on u* hUt affection be.tow.Katonab ,
1, probably cause the seizure of this book completely and per. Time
y manently. Retorlnsr .n Old nl.4.A or a lot with a BUILDING READT FOR OCCUPAXCY,
by the military censors at Cape Town. I
Prescription" association Is making an
Favorite California
Women and Jewels. LAND FOR AN ORAyOR GROVE
ho declares of the ,
contains no .Fort for the restoration to'osetulnes.of .
lhat Isthtt
w t Declaration.. : alcohol! neither F EJ Camino Real the royal road ortbe Jewels order candy of a, flowers woman's man preferences.- PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN
is of our empire. cocaine nor ,
It the epitaph opium, travcl1 ,
which -
i king's highway, magnet of mighty power
Jewel. form a
I lie writes: any other narcotic. friars that 'V'e probably have for sale just what you are seeking.
1 by the Franciscan missionary to i the average woman. Even greats -
Ireland cannot disagree
the Irish In .It
1 The majority of 'with the most delicate In i the days, more than a century ago tot s all jewels, health, la often ruined Settlers are flocking In but still there is room. It you are
regard the itritlsU government not aa land efforts make or savethe "
constitution. before the "gringos"' Invaded the 10 the strenous
1 their friend. but as tbe ally of their purchase them. If a woman this line to
"For a number of hi is. road was the most direct route.actieable money to looking way, drop a
i (worst enemies the vampire which month 1 differed with between tbe pueblos and wml'llk her health t*, get coveted fern, f
preys) upon their hearts' blood. To the I ftomftl. tm""' ...* writ_ Miw Anne McGownr. tben let her fortify herself against the In- JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd VlcePre.Ident.ILOEIDA ,
;;( It through very ,
tried the missions. ran
.t. WaahltiKtan. D. C. I af colds and
masses of the south and west of Ireland pf tea Hank tre IIlduoIJII con eql1ence" ooughs: ,
".dm.. ternafiea< but none aimed> to do nt anjrTtnanent many of what are now the counties ttbe by the regular; use ofDr EAST COAST R'T,
and to a large extent of tbe north !. The doctor aaiti, it was hdecided onchlal affections
pom h <*. 1 state aDd tbe supervisors In these obee'l German Syrup It will .
tbe United States Is more of a father- set can of internal trouble they ever Bo ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
to writ to you for help I receivedrv a counties have been asked to aid the omptly arrest consumption in Its early
land than Great Britain. They are and eommeuccd treat-
encouraging reply of them have con and heal the affected lungs and n_
= 'fravome )ovement. Many Ita
tuucb more Interested in what goes on encription'rut at once.a I week had before not used I your organ to f..1b..tter sated. onchlal Ke tubes and drive the dread die ..- :

r In New fork than in London in Chi and, an continued, my health gradually ea from the system. It Is not a cure-all, JOEPRI TI C
cago than in Westminster It is to proved, and U improving every day.; Stops the Cough but It Is a certain cure for coughs colds, ,

(England that their money goes la rents Dr. Ficrce's Common Sense Medical and works off the Cold. aDd all broncblal troubles. You can ge'Dr.

and In taxes' It is from the United dviaer, in paper coven, is sent fret on kzatlre Bromo-Qulnlne Tablets 'cure a G G. Green's reliable remedies at B. OF ALL KINDS
their In a receipt of tl one-cent stamps to pay R. Wilson Son's. Get Green's Special
States that comes ,
money eX pease of mailing only, Address Dr. ooltt In one day No Cure No Pay ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.
qpactoleua flood of remittances through
K R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. V. Prioe 25ots.
xae, cost.. .loathe United?.!Stajtes! .,!tnert



T -

COAST ADVOCATE APRILH25.: 1902. jfetJeional
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Extraordinary Growth of to. Soolal- smnll I. i
ROBBINS, Affair. Ch. Ra.lly linndied Not a Good Ca-rfmnfcOT and Rheumatism
a. I.t Party In Germany. anti luflicrtUv. Should Net Be Fed In" ICi.....

G COUNSELOR The growth of the German Socialist Fumigation with liydrocynnle acM Ono reason why farmers do..not roulbe -

ATTORNEYTND party has been quite extraordinary gas has bleu recognized! for some' time more from their poultry I believe,

during the last two decades says till as one of the most ellYctlve menus of I is. because they make corn) the main TJ1ar'tinimentMttleand flannel strip are I

I Janice In State and United States Berlin correspondent of the London dealing with the Ban dose scnle' and diet Corn la considered by them to be familiar objects in nearly every hwmsehoUl. II''

flU' r Court. Mall. At the relchstug election of IShl other scale Insects This method of the cheapest feed and the handiest to They are the: weapons that have beets used for

at TITPBTK.MI, FL.D .. the SoclnllNts obtained 312,000 votes; treatment has been applied! to nursery feed for by throwing It out oi the ear generations to fi.;hl old Rheumatism and are _, -

once In 1S84. L;;O.JOO; In 1S87. 703.000) ; la stock as well\ as to trees mantling lu the hens are given more or less exercise about as. effective in the battle with this giant ,

--- 1800. when the Sucluliat vote first ex- orchards. The labor necessary for manipulating In picking It off; hence the owner disease as the blunderbuss of out; forefathers 1 tll''

L. GAULDEN, ; ceeded tlJut olitnljuM by any other par a tent or box covering for la saved the labor of scattering grainIn would be In modern warfare. ,Z

ty. :l.-li7.O: ; In ls.03, 1.787,000. and lu trees In orchards Is under any circumstances thc litter for the fowh to scratch Rheumatism: is caused by aft acid, sour

.lTTORNEY.A LAW, 1M>8. 2.107.000.As considerable and this gives I.JD. out. Hut I have little faith In this plan condition of the blood. It is illicIt with acrid, Irritating 'ritter-that settles)

in all the Courts of the State roKurds/ the approaching elections of exercising and feeding fowls. With in th* joints. muscles and nerves and !liniments cull oils nor nothing

,XTtu.(. United States Courts. the party leaders reckon on an lucri-iiac1 w z. a good many farmers corn Is probably elseapptiedexternally can dislodge these gritty, corroding particles. They

DM. TITO8VnJ.K. FLA. of about l.ouo.OOOote which would I I a cheap food, but even this depends were deposited there by the blood and can be reached only through the blood.
r,0 Bo*-- give the Socialists over 100 seats and somewhat on the Benson of the year, Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieve temporarily the aches and

-- therefore by far the strongest posltlou the climate and whether the bens have pains, but these are only symptoms which ate liable to return with every

i J. WEBB, In the German parliament free range or not. In cold weather change of the weather; the real disease lies deeper, the blood and systemare

''f F* corn may be fed quite liberally to laying infected. Rheumatism cannot be radically and permanently cured
ATTORN-EY-AT-LAW, Many AVrant to llale London rooll .. 'II stock without Injury and also to until the blood has been panned, and no remedg docs this so thoroughly

trill prTaxe.lpaid Courts of the 7th Among! the candidates for the otllcu I fowls having;, farm range, but when and promptly as S. S. S.. It neutralizes the acids and sends a streamof

l Circuit. for nonresidentsIDd of chief commissioner of the city po given In the way that many feed It, by rich strong blood to the affected parts, which

rente and accounts collected. lice In London ore one major generalof spreading/ on the ground before the dissolves and washes out all foreign materials, and the

fn11eVILIE. FLORIDA: the army, seven colonels or lieutenant liens three times a day, all they will sufferer obtains happy relief from the torturing pains.S. .

s -- colonels, three mujors and five eat. I believe that It Is expensive boo S, S. contains no potash or cither mineral but

PENNEY captains says the Newcastle (England) feed. Is a perfect vegetable blood purifier. and most
p. of
A. Chronicle. The latter all occupy somewhat Very many attribute the Increase exhilarating tonic. Our physicians swill advise, without charge all who
eggs to corn.ben In fact tbe corn bo.sprot.IIl'd write about their and will send free book
analogous posts In the provinces case we our special on Rheumatism
A TTORNEY-A T-LA W, 1II eggs/ more by keeping the and its
but the other ofHccrs are military men of treatment. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta Ga.
bens warm than through the supply
FLORIDA. and simple. There Is
pure also one .
yttgVILLE)! egg elements afforded. Eggs -- --------------------- -- -- ----------- --
baronet and one knight the I
among applicants.
fill practice In all the courts of the 7th which goes to show that, although alone be made or for to any a long great time extent for the by reason corn Thousands Have Kidney Tronble Notice of Attachment.TN .

Judicial Circuit. the emoluments of tbe office II I that a hen fed nothing but corn will and Don't Know it. -

are much greater the post Is not so ut- be unable to supply the- mineral elements XIow To Find Out. TUB COUNTY" COI'IIT IN AND FOR a
MORGAN tractive to those bearing titles as that the and while she llravunl county, Florid '
A. of eggs may Fill a bottle., common glass with your
FREDERICK of city marshal for which recently a by eating largely of corn find sufficientnitrogen water and let It .tand; twenty-four hours: a Bond ,''I: llnml Compativ, a oo,.".,"

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, couple of peers of the realm sought appointment. / for an egg. she will sooner or sediment or set- ration. of the rtuxtu of Plorlila" ,

I The police committee will later become excessively fat from too tling Indicates an I'Ulntlir vs.Lo11110.lfedden }

Loans, Notary Public. select five trout the numerous applicants J much carbon. A very economical and o unhealthy condition Dnfomlant. .

Collections, Typewriting Stenography and from these tbe court of common good tl'l'lllol' winter egg production lea of the kid- Ti Louie o. llHililtin ilitfimilant In the AboveintlHuil I
milt unit' all other Interented.Yon !.
FLA. council Is to choose: Sir Henry FRAMEWORK: OF H7MIOATOR. mixture of clover cut In hnlf Inch neys ; If It stains are hereby, notified that pnrnans|writ of attauliinont
TITt1SVILLB:. Ut linen It Is
Smith's your him tipim leaned, and
successor und scalded with cornmeal U nualiiatymi yon
the of devising a lengths lropo"1
portnnce to problem evidence.* of kid tr-wlt; All that Iraotiif Uml 'lying In I
cheap easily managed and effective (and bran. This Is n very complete ration ney trouble; too iiomny, Klculilii' and.Ientrlbeil KM follow i The
: ADE n. JONES, on all the elements necessary for northMM' ) font of lot il uf duo, :SI, '1'1"11ft.| K. R. 87
\\'W\ Walks Without Crutches.I covering for fumigating trees.V. frequent desire to K..biting tlio, WHIM Inuit .1..a"rlh..111I head nook
much afflicted with sciatica II. Lowe of the New York state eggs. It supplies bulky food promotes PASS It or pain In \\ KM l HM unit stn. KoiiiirUll ofHrevanheonnty
wan digestion, affords a variety and costs -- the back Is also \ Idlorlda, Ucl in lnit to the vnltlI.oulii
ESTATE station has furul-
HEAL writes Ed. C. Nod, of lowavllle, .'edgwiuk recently described a o. lloililmi and l the liullilinin' at.tithed .
other food that I have convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder IIrr\:
less than nny \,,
Co., Kan., olnlt about on crutches and gator designed for use ou the smaller to matl.ry the demand of "
Loans and Collections. been able to get. are out of order. <: niiuny.| 5 oiiriioratliin nf the Htat of Florida l .
suffering n deal of pain. I was Inducedto trees. The frame of this fumigator la : : :
leaves corn for other What to Do. nl't>n oiiioiit f>f lien for tuatiirlHl fiirnlnheil valii
TITUS vi LLB: FLORIDA. try Mallard's Snow:! Liniment, which constructed of pine strips three Inches When a hen There Is comfort In the knowledge. so Ilinliinii for tlm. ooimtriiiitlun of A ImlliUtig upon
relieved me' I used three :SOcent bottles.It wide and seven-eighths of Inch feed. It means that she wants some ",,1.11"11"l niniiiintlnit" Io *4TU,ai.:
an often that
expressed Dr Kilmer's
Swamp- li fi elbe
Now, imltitn you nli ll Kiiunr > Court
Is the greatest: liniment I ever used ;y thick, the strips being braced on three thing not fully supplied by corn. Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every In until milt ..tltll"l"u"l or ilviiiiir" to the titular
A. WORLEY, have recommended it to a number ofpersons Without exception the best results wish In lion (hind the lurks ofHoa a( th* Court
GEO. sides by double crosspleces midwaybetween curing rheumatism pain In. the
lion, In Tituivliln. alit. nnuntv suit ute, on)
all themselves :
as being varied diet and.
express bo bad from a liver
top and bottom and abort may back, kidneys, bladder and every part the rub tiny In AIIEUHC A.l. 5r/beinglb' 4th
AT'1'ORNEY-AT-LAW. benetltted by It. I now walk without braces at the angles as shown. The' while a hen may do very well on corn. of the. urinary passage. It corrects Inability d.y lit nulil iiioiilli, a .t.llit will lm entered
crutches, able tolpeiforra a great deal 1 of It Is to hold water and ngsinntyoulntine courneandsI.plloatlnn, will I Ibo
General practice la State and Federal she will do better on a variety. scalding pain In passing
baa but three fourth ... .
\light labor on the farm." 2Scts: oOots base sides tbe ni il to tli Court for Dual juilK in nt and I'
Courts. All business entrusted will side omitted to avoid tile not an easy matter to make up a perfectly It, or bad effects following usa of liquor your mid. | will, bo lolil to pay call debt
being so as prolwrty
and $1 at 1*. R. Wilson & Son's.It beer ,
receive prompt attention. ration for a laying I wine or and overcomes that unpleasant and nittlHfy n.
necessity of lifting the fumigator over balanced necessity of Wll...." my band and the mat of laid court at
General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate hen. While she Is producing eggs shewill being compelled tq ro. oPen the Court 1Iw1..5)'V9nuville. Florida, this the ,\
Miami. Is perhaps one of the signs of the the top of the tree. In order to of mate during the day and to get up many \times 4lli day; of April 1W. '
strengthen the base two strips extend use a vast amount raw during the night. The mild and the/ extraordinary A. A. BTHlWAnT.: I
.. times to those alert for Indication! that
MIAMI FLORIDA.iA3IES from the back strip of the the rial, but If she stops laying a corn effect of Swamp.Root Is soon (Seal. Co. Ct.) .a County Clerk.Hy !

the art of breathing lias become more i front end of 'tbd- side strips. Two diet will soon ruin her. A concentrated realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful D.L.Oauidenl'Islntl/r.Attorney. O.A.14te..rt.Sine D.julll C.

I ANDREWS and more a subject of attention. Phjslclaus -, stouter strips are bolted on to tbe food for hens should be avoided. cures of the most distressing cases.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. have cured aggravatedeases of sides at convenient height for carryingthe Milk added dally to other food assists If you need a medicine you should have the

Insomnia by long 'drawn, regular fumlgator. Tbe fourth side Is sep largely In supplying many needed ele- best. Sold by druggists In 1500. and$1. tlzes. Notice of Application For Tfti?

lain office and postofHoe address, TITUBTILLK. I breaths; fever stricken patients hate arate from the rest of the fumigator, la ments not easily obtained from other You may have a sample bottle of this l>ee.l. I 1

Branch office at FORT PIERCE. been quieted, stubborn forms of indl made of the same material and fits. sources. Clover vegetables milk meat wonderful a book that discovery tells-fJBJ KNLand C* Under 8m.f,Chap. *HH!(, Laws of Florida.NOTH1H I

Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co. gestlon made to disappear. A tendencyto tightly In place.against the two Inch and corn or wheat are better than any more about It, both sentp IINf ,)N II* HCaKHY HVKN!: THAT JOHN

Notary Public :State: at Large. consumption may he overcome ansomeauthority flange on the face of the box. / single article.-V. M. Couch In Poultry absolutely free by mall HI Henry.,.Hll,""I!("Mat""Aih.laiedthe11thoflJulyA| Mo.D.

has within the The frame Is covered with any gas) Monthly. address Dr. Kilmer Sc itoma of .........aooa IHIKI, bus Hlml raid cortlrtcauw. my ollloe, and
past tight niaterlal. Eight! ounce duck: treat- Co., BInghamton N. Y. When writing men ANN made application| | for tax ilm>da to I..". in
STEPHEN E. FOSTER, few years clearly demonstrated by exercise shcl- TO CUKE A COLD IN ONE DAY tion reading this offer f ii1 thispaper. saunnl.unawith law Hstdnertlan.teeembracee
ed with raw oil and white lead or generous th. jlluwlnf| described ,situated In UreTtrU >
In breathing. Seasickness too, lac and oil is suitable for this purpose.As Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Florida to will; All of Section in.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, be surmounted and the victim of All druggists refund the If It falls All of frIWrIUI..lllloollon. la, all of Section 14, all
may a precaution against tearing of the money In T.iwn.lilnlU, HoiitliiifllnitiieaAKMt. / and NX
: Sims Building, hypnotic Influence taught to withstand canvas at the top of tbe fumigator a II to our'.. E. W. Grove's signature Is on of NICH I KWW' of fiKX! i N WVf anil Sit of Seotlon4Townehl
each box.: 2110 ts. BEST FOR THEBOWELS U.1.IMwthu f Range HA r ant.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the force of an energy directed against : wire net may be tacked on the Inside The said land. being' :aiiKWXxl at the date of the

him. There Is a famous physician of of tbe frame so as to prevent the limbs Imunnoa of mioh flertlflcatm. In the name of Florida
A I rla. Tom. Hf uth"rn Kallwajr Cimipany. Ifnlva naliloortlnnatD
GEORGE W. ALLEN, Munich who has written an extensive from coming in contact with the can- This handsome bronze:.: torn bred and nlmll' lie redeemed 1 : aimorillnK! to 1":1::
vas. Tbe canvas may be sewed so I fax ' work: upon the subject of breathing. owned by II. F. IIIslop of Milford [\ D. IMN. Wltll.... my olllnlal al niiiurean.lrwal
that sides Inclosed with
I' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, formulated a systemby three are one first at the t an-Amerlcon 1r yen tmvan'ft a read r, buns movvtmnt of th* this the ITtlt liny of Anrli A. P, '''.
has besides
I lie large sheet. Arounc) the base of the won a \1.0''6.w.i lsf n,*ry d.y.[ Y"nr far NEST, FLORIDA. which asthmatic patients are made fumigator n strip of rauva*" eighteen try exposition. Mr. F. L. Sewell bbbo..hO*iitiliy. .laur.e,one pill l h.|Mtt w.lh oii,lit Yur.Uunir In.ron(its., .bry Iii.,,neh,io Clerk Circuit Court of Urororcl County, Klmlilu, J

I j Will\ practice in the' United Stated to walk without losing breath and Inches wide Is securely tacked and made the sketch of the bird, says; ...t,uimlMMt.and .low iiMMit I.|inifnn(V {Sine w./ v( b..pbg. buw.i..le.r .

and State Courts. 9jun95 cured. At Merari In the Austrian Tyrol when the box Is In place these stripslie )''' s.e'JI'''''''' _J CANDY AdmIIlIMtr..fon' Not1Co, e

his patients are put through a cer, on the ground and may be covered ... V'.r" CATHARTIO I -

T 0. FRIES C. E. tale of breathing and walking. with dirt or, preferably long sand bagsof '
system OTICK!: IS REftliiiif: (IVEN* :!! THAT TIt d
The mountain paths are all 1 marked oil small diameter for preventing the fJ'r.: !;:;,.. N mini Ml icn| .,d have hmn aiifiolnt, il and have
of the gas. The movable face .. '"l{"lJ| <.l<.i'.ll l".li" ailnilnliitratorii,' of the
COUNTY SURVEYOR: with staliei": of different colors. Indicating escape .. Kutateof Msrtbs. C. rullmmn: demand, In lirevaril .
of the box rests upon a two Inch flange, w-.T Morlilit'. ,
Land legally: surveyed and sub-divided. the number of minutes In which n ; .. dUtfibitee.ahdall manly All ureillton, )le! 'ewes.
iinnoni' lavniur' claim'
which Is covered with felt so as to or
Happing> neatly done. Estimates for valk the given distance, -' h+, ileirinnil\ KBilniit the Estate: of Martha C. Callit-.
all kind of engineering: works. DIspauwl patient iiint prevent leakage. The surface of the ,.I"- ,- nan(' d/oI'h' the pity of |H..MUII| ... I'olk
Hues a specialty. the breathing and walking being, In movable side which rests against the t n"l.Iot'i lows, mi August l Id, lixil' are banliy)
toprnadiit the aahm, duly vcrUliul anti
TITUSVIU.II:, '. Brevard Co., FLORIDA. time together./ As the cure progresses' flange IH covered with the same mate EAT 'EM LIKE OANDY Hiitli titlii<<''l0 t AtI, h, the '''"lorol"n.1 within the ; I 1
made and rial. This movable side Is forced Into tlni. prelutrlbnd l by law '"* will be
the ascents are steeper steep 47 w P1M-nt, P.latahle) .*"..nti TM**Ooort, needed, l."d"'tn, Imr of nalil. olalnm.Kaluil '
N.Y.r "Htokun W..k mL or 10, M, nnrt M ..n.. i I
N.s.. BURNH AM, M. D. cr. _____ p.r bos.. Writ (or fr.. ..mph, aDd .boukUft onb..Ith. at l'usMolnn., I'.wu. March. IK 1 HaN, I
7y 1l Adrfnt-i US.TxnAu (C4II.4HA, '
How's This. x Slums! merely crfirflo New ""... O. .'. lints ssAdulnlatratora.

SURGEON and SPECIALIST, We offer One Hundred Dollars Rewardfor ( KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN C. T. Moraity, 'i'r,
Attorney for lalil Ailuilnlitratom. I
Ear, Nose and Throat. any cane of Catarrh that cannot be j
cured 'by Hall's Catarrh Cure. .. S, t' 1
WEeT PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. F. J. CHENEY Co. Prop Toledo, O. .S Notice. t!
- We the undersigned, have known F. The Largest and Most Com- -

Cheney for tbe last 15'years and believe I !: 18 IIITIIKHY GIVEN THAT TUB!
DR. him perfectly honorable In all bus I Dlate Establishment South. NOTICK" ( .il will appiy" to the Hun. Minor
transactions and llnnnclnlly able to 1 'e? r>. .lonm, Circuit Judge, on the ftth day of I
iness i Mar,A. l>. IMM for aoharuir Innorpontingthe. .
FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS carry out any obligations made by their -- GEO. S. HACKER & SON.MANUFACTURERS Tltimirlll lyninuihiiii, and. LlbrMI' A...iM'l' .tli>n
nrra.-West & Truax Wholesale DrueirUtH (a uorpiiratloii nut far proni The..10'|""it of the
O. Welding, Klnnan AMuvln AMoolatlon. l. the Uj.l and mental! training
the .
on "Dentos wow AT Trig P4"411.poBBf'IIIICI Titus
Toledo, O. of the children' of 'III., hy nrxvlillnif. vyni- I
Wholesale Druggists,
I ne11uuland I llhrmy ailvnntuiwii. The'' liroinmnil
Now''' AT PALM BEACH.Foley's Hall's\ Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, lyi an Immense frame great Ifl Charter will lie fiiiiiiil 1 nlml' In the i.rtlu. of the
- acting directly up the blood and mucous depth and girth of breast and body fl Clerk' of the Circuit Court at Tltunviiu.X. .

surfaces of the system. Price, Tic;; per which was symmetrically carried and J., MjHHnH H. Wli. o|<"r.11011.

Kidney Cure bottle. Sold bv all druggists.l Testl- R beautifully marked, especially cleanIn u.,. tr lruall: ,
makes monlals free. Hall's Family rills are the the white tips of the saddle and tall I,. A. "aAD',
kidneys and bladder right l 00 al.1 MKU. M.HoBBr.
best. coverts. lie Is an extremely: difficult r
bronze turkey to defeat. f
Old "a mee In London. Notice.

VirginiaHomes If London street nil men are not always -
flew EtmtgrmtlomA goelefy
what they seem the names of the 1M HEHEIIY: tnVKtt: THAT IT IS!
nxunlly lII.e. Take I-nni society has been formed In Londonto NOT1CB. .... to apply| to the Hon. Ai I).
great parishes of ', Judged llnivanl County,
encourage the emigration womento "tt.l
both for Instance Thai vast district! : Florida,on nth day: at TUu*.
You learn all about Virginia Lands, practically uunl South Africa after the war. ..III., fur authority to .oil. private sale all the
Its nnnm
Its has retained FUMIGATOR ut OPEHATIOM. OF rlcht, till*and Intarantof th* Infant rranlM.
resources, products, mode of mil, tered since the day of Edward the nliiilck., In and In that traits (it laud tying in ;
Ration prices etc., by reading the who i'anted a charter In position and held by wooden button. Cure.. Illoo tirgiula Farmer. Send lOots.r Confessor If firmly bolted on to the frame. The low i >.t II, T, IM and 17 of Illonk "H," and
J which It l 11'1' styled LMinliebltli.' Some Kczciiiii, CnrhuucleM., Lot ft, : anti U of Hick I "5" of the rvoorileilVlllavn
months subscription to the who helped In the rankIng cost of tbe fumlgator. 10 by 6 by 0 & Material plat nt Kau Oalll. situated In ..C. 18. ,
_Farmer. Co., Emporia, Va. Illiterate of "Douivi scribe",,laiy." did.| Indeed makean feet. will vary from $13 to $IS. depend. J;tc.. Medicine Free. Moulding Building Tp.:JIT ft i K.37 1C, K. N. DIM ICK.

effort to obliterate' Its real name by ing upon tbe quality of the sheeting Robert Ward, Maxey's Ga., says: "I Cftlce A Wareroom. King, opposite St A*(Iuardl." for Infant Frank M. Ulmlok,

!BANNER SALVE It iJinc-hH. hilt hi* efforts! were, used and whether who netting Is used. suffered from blood poison, my bead Cannon Street.Char1cston -
the calling Rufus Buvlf a fumigator may be carried and face and shoulders were one mass of corruption -
moat healing >alv In the world. In %aln William ,
fortunnfely aches In bones and joints burn- S. C.
- named It Ijirutjetn, operated by two men. r ILrry's
In another charter the log, itching, scabby shin wa all run
For operating apparatus a baa'of 1
when It ha. kept Its title uusul- down and discouraged but Botanic Blood
YEARS' cyanide of potash Is placed over tbe Sash Weights Cord and
44 lied Balm cured me perfectly, healed all the I
dish of acid. and a string tied to the Seed. ask.
EXPERIENCE Lnmbohltb (from and skin the rich glow of
In the old dAYS sores gave my good crops,good
harem! was the great river port bag Is extended through a small bole' health. Blood Balm put new life Into Hardware. crop.make mar.Cu..
blthe. a agricultural produce was' 'ferried In one of the strips of the frame. The my blood and n.w ambition Into my tomefwo each yeas lb.

1 whence Thames to the more string may then be gently pulled from brain." Oe<). A. WlllUma Knxbury, face Window and Fancy Glass crops sod customers have
across the There are the outside when the cyanide will fall o""er"I.lth pimples. chronic sore on grown grsater. Thai's the

populous country opposite. such as Into the acid after which tbe bole ladOllied back of head supperatlng swelling, on A HPKCIALTY. want Mor. of lb. Ferry 5..d. tarn.cold
iTlU many "hUbes" left tis. neck eating nicer on \leg, bone pains. --- Ferry's {
arid al- with a wooden plug. I. and sown than any other "
,,tIX < TRADE MARKS Queenbltbe and Uotberhlthe. Itching akin Eared perfectly by ftotanlo Clyde Hteanmlilp Line. kIad. 5(014 bail d..i.rS.pu1S .
ry, DEaIG"a ; their original function have Save the Lore One.*! Blood Halm-sores, all healed. Botanic / eddate./b'It1Ja
/ COPYRIGHT &.c. Lone still remains, a shadow to Blood Balm, cure all malignant\ blood Dr M. Berry Co. ) .I
4.A""n""Mln., I, u k at rh and dwerlptlon. mIVr'1 ., there their departed glary.- Mrs. Mary A. Viler, Newcastle Colo troubles, such aa eczema, scabs and Ticket and reservations via the Clyde D.erolt, 1
wnotlmr an
I n .P.,'hahly oar'"Pinion''..'..n."l.froe.. Coinnianlrii- remind uo/ writes: "I believe .nanard' Jlorebound8Jrnp scales, pimples, running sore, carbon Steamship Line can bo secured of Chan.F. M/oh./

.", m.qC""nu""ultl.I UlilMl for lliuirthookODralentau' ......l1n"n....n'... London Chronicle) Is superior to any other cough else, scrofula, etc. Especially: advisedfor U. Walton, at the ADVOCATE: office, TI-
".T H '. taken tbrooih Munii Co. ....,.1... medicine and will do all that !I. claimedfor all obstinate cases that have reaobert usvllle.
*>Hct, without and It U pleasant to talc ------ -- -------
\It, so My the second or third stage. Druggists.
AcicmificiJJ1"1ol5ly cnwtj.itaI1. little girl want lo taken when she has To prove It cures, samples of Blond Balm c r- The ADVOCATE doe Job printing."oley's rr Deed blanks sold at this office.Foley's .
no need for It." Mallard's Iforehound sent free and prepaid by writing Blood -------.....
Illnntriif .... Jnr ) .n .. .kl' ., bos of .ai.. Scruple the great cure fossil pulmonary Balm Co Atlanta Ga. Describe trouble
N-F f." "' ptida .rnel. T nn JM a la CIa every Tar
'l'bl. a'pdQ"' Bromo-Quinine Tabteb ailments. 23elsOcts; sad tl at O. K. aDd free medical advice) sent In sealed Honey ana Tar Honey and

M 'Nrrcr Ca3GIrnd w.'yN"ew:: York;t Laxative that cares a cold I. etas dartS Wilson A Son's, letter. orchlldrensatesure. No opiates. cures folds, prevents pneumonia.EAST .,

IIr1tDCb Olllee, IQs r 8t..WuIIl.oo,Do to. remedy


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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. ward cornea lends to our the sister shipment county of pineapples whenIt NONE EXCELL AND FEW EQUAL OUR POPULAR JAMES. PKITOHARD, President O. S.; ,$OUl1YLKJt- Cashier.WM. M. BRowN, Vlce-Presid

A....JOCTXIIAL-I>*VOTBD' TO TH; DBVBtOFMKHT Between and Fort oranges Pierce and Jensen PRICE SUIT s. INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN!

or ram IMDU.K alas, LAKBWOBTU In the southern portion of Brevard

AJTD BldOAVHS PAT SaartoNS. county are to .be found the largest COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

in the world.
pineapple plantations
PUBLXHHKD EVERY FRIDAT.OOABX.B Flannel 2-Flece $5.50: to
Suits. Authorized
From the banks of Indian River, $100,<

on the East side, they stretch away -$9.50, In dark and medium striped ( Paid up capital. $26,(
H. WALTOH: Editor A Fubli.ner ....1
for miles to the west, and presenta pattern I Average deposits, $100,(

most Imposing and fascinating -
Discontinuance of advt. meet be mad p ronalljr u An All Worsted Striped Suit at
at thin oflloe or by writing. appearance. Here, Indeed is to be I I Transacts a General Bank
found the fountainhead of proa 1 d, 97.AO/ to 1000. This Is the Most

OheoK eto., mar ho made payable to CHABLBSB. perlty for a large portion of tbe Popular Goods worn today. Business.

1 WALTON publisher.Addre East Coast, for money in the pock' I Although there is a'great advance Vt tt '

ets of the pineapple growers means r '
*. all oommunluatlon toK.V8T money for the various merchants g J f' r In woolen goods, we are selling a Largest and Oldest Bank on the Ri:

COAST ADyOCATE, and, consequently, for the whole r /1 I 6 oz. Pure: Clay Worsted In blue a N Kichange bought and sold on all Foreiij!
I fi+
Trrroviixi FLORIDA.U. sale merchants of our go-ahead 11 r and black at *8.r>0. Each suit fully g Countries.--

--. .-.- .. .. ... .. _
--- -- -
-- and thriving metropolisJackeonville. pT guaranteed as to color and work. Patronage appreciated. Prompt service. '
loyy treatment,and every favor conaiBtant wIth
S. Department of Agriculture mvative banking cranted.CORRE8PONDENTS .
r While some people already commence ,. .3., manship. ,
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. 4 1
to say "We are going to t Full Lines of Furnishing!: Goods Seaboard National Bank of NPW. York' 1
a National Bank of Jacksonville, Fla.

The following is a companvulve statement have a dull summer," why the outlook 'c-. in Negligee Styles, from 50o to $1.50 ".rITUSVILLE. FLA.

1 of temperature and rainfall for the fora prosperous summer along t klr .
week ending Tuesday, April. 22, 1902. the East Coast of Florida has never A each All popular makes.

i.lN DATE.19 MAX.70--1903 Miff.-70 MAX.79-1901 MIN.-Bl I view been, better and the in a croaker monetary has point on this of I- U Mena' Women /and Children's THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPAN1

tFU 17 81 67 79 00 occasion "bu rst the strings of his \ Shoes In Factory Made Goods. .

18 77 60 77 70 The Tax Collector attention.
discordant harp. Mall orders receive our special .
( 19 78/ ViCO; 19 67 of Brevard county tells us Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement t
20 78 l 7:1: 60 ,
The Titaille.f
have been fully f
that the
21 78 62 70 61 taxes more . .:
I 22: 80 70 73 62 paid this year than ever before ..e'

i Total rainfall for the week: .29 since he has been in office-which Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick,....
Depa ture from normal rainfall for the .. ,
period baa covered 'a considerable ----
; week: minus '031 Inches. Departure number of the delinquent GENERAL DIRECTORY. Orchid For Cut Flower Offices foot of Street Jacksonville Florida.
from normal rainfall since January 1, years-and The popularity of orchids gives additional Telephone No. :2
tax list which will be published .
minus 3.71 Inches. :
U. 8. LAND OFf ICE. Interest to a note originally J. K. MUNNERLYN General Manager.
UAL. P. HARDIIT Observer. in the issue of the ADVOCATE
next H. S. (Chulili ........... ........ .... ....negt"ter. made by Meehan's Monthly: "So many
will be much smaller than W. O. Itoblnnon... ... .. ... .. ..... beautiful flowers drop their petals soon
Olllces at Gainesville,Florida.
heretofore. This means that pros after cutting that they.a re out of favor

THE people of Lawton, Oklahoma perity has again come to Brevard U. 9. SENATORS... .. with purchasers. The efforts of florists MeMurray & Baker
J. Taltaferro. ......... .. ..,..Jacksonville.B.
seem determined to run the county, and that our people are no R. Mallory........ .. .........._... .Fensaoola. are generally In' the direction of ,

negroes out of the territory. They longer disheartened, but are ex- U. B. CONGRESSMEN. Introducing such flowers as will hold ..

i seem to be of the opinion that Oklahoma ceedingly hopeful and.confident of Robert W. Davie................. .... ...Palatka. their own for some time after cutting. 4O1-413 East Bay Street Jacksonville, Florida.
Is for white men only. The success. 8.M. BparkDian- ................. ........Tainpa.FLORIDA.LEGISLATURE. It Is possibly one of the leading ad-

vantages of the carnation that it lasts -Headquarters for-
race question more complex will also -
grows The coming orange crop E. N. DImlok,Palm Benrh Senator.
l as the days go by, and what will be unusually large, judging from K. B. Kaulerson, Fort I'IerceRepresentative.EXECUTIVE BO long on the parlor table; and this !
is found to be true with many speciesof Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles
be the end of the matter DEPARTMENT.
finally no present indications ; and takingall orchids whlcli'are coming Into favor ,

man can fomtell. Year after year these East Coast industries together Jno.Wm.L..Crawford.SecretarState.James Jennings .. Governor.. for cutting purposes quite as much on and Sundries. |
criminals Increase in number ::: ::::::,
negro without' mentioning the H. Whltttnld, Treasurer. account of this persistence as on 'ac-
Wm. II Lamar......... .. .. .AttorneyGeneral.W "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES
and the whites are compelled to great fishing Industry-our readers N. Sheate..... ..../Supt. Public Instruction..E. count of their rarity and sweetness. In put on your wheel
'' action in B. McLIn....... .Comiuisslouer Agriculture. this related the
take some way will see why we consider the out- AlnncoC. Croom.... .. .... .........Comptroller. closely family cyprl- at short notice.
r 'look proposItion a good one, and J.Clifford R. Foster.... .. ..Artjntant-Geneiwl pedlum Is found particularly valuable.
John Bradford.. .......... ...lIune,o""I"eral. There sweet
',. MEN demand leaders. They will have so much hope for this part of I R.E. Rore. ........... ... ...... ..State Cllemlat.OHlces are not only pernlstence,
at Florida. ness and curious features In the forms
have them, despite all protests to the great state of Florida-along and colors of the flowers but they also
the contrary. No organization is strip of orange groves, pineapple M. H. Mibry............. .... ....Clilet Justice. have the loug sterna which enable the .
without its wise counselors plantations, vegetable farms and F. H.Carter........... ... .. ...A..IOC..teJ".tloe.. American florists to use them withoutthe
perfect Coast d. F.Taylor.... ......... ....... .. -DEALERS INVEL'LOvV -
sunshine The
d1 and a man whose political oppinions radiant East necessity of lav.lshly stemming
command respect is not necessarily still lea'ds. H. E.Day, chairman:... ... .......Gainesville. them. .e. PINE
', ) an boss. If the In addition to the above, we have J.I.. Morgan... ... ....... ....... .' ...Jasper LUMBER
arrogant J. M. Dryall.. ... .. ........... .Klsatmiurv. The PfualnK of the "..aqaet.A .
i people counsel with and follow him, just been informed that a sugar John L,. N..eleyjr., clerk .... ...Arraula.Headquarter New York exchange eayi florists GOSLINGSVILLE FJA. _
it I is because they believe him to cane and cassava plantation on a *anti offices at Tallahassee, Via. of that city have one cause for regretin
lL large scale will soon be started a CIRCUIT COURT. Our saw mill is located at Wawa on the St. I.ucie River 261 miles south 0
d be a man of good judgment and of the present fashions In flowers.

''yy unquestioned political. integrity. few miles north "of Titusvllle. Minor. IX ItairgR.8.Jones(Orlamlo Titnevtlle..Circuit. ...Pnwecnllnic Attorney Judge.J. The bouquet has practically passed Jacksonville, and we are now ready to receive orders, quote prices and make quick

{' "Bnrlnic Term-Fourth Monday In April. out of use and only at weddings Is it
The be fooled cither rail water
mIT'I people can not long Fall rerm-Fourth Monday In November. delivery, by or
really the style.' Women flowers
into following the wrong man. The' PAY YOUR DEBTS. BREVARD ClMjAXY COURT.A. less than they ever did. carry DUPONT & WIDDLETON. Gosllngsville, Kin.

fact that they do follow him is the .D.Penney.......... ...........County Judge.!:
AndreweProsecuting Attorney. Even the debutante who next to .
James E.
very best evidence of his wisdom The Methodist Advocate under ,the ........ County Clerk.: the bridesmaid, clung longest to the -
and good cbaracter.NOTWITnIT.A.11D1NG. heading, "Plou Scamps:: ," says: Spring Term. Second Monday In May. made up bouquet has now given It up.
Hummer Term-Second Monday In August.
"Just at this time our country needs a
Fall Term-Second. Monday( In November. The greater Informality of the afternoon
religion tbat will make a man pay his Paints
Winter Term-Second Monday February. .
the fact tbat debts. Shouting will\ not settle old accounts reception nowadays has had the fflasury's
effect of diminishing the floral display
with God' or man. We bounob! Ill ass
the Florida
East Coast Railway E. MIme, Superintendent Bonn venture. .
fellow and him out of tbe seen formerly.
right on put Member J M. Oixon chairman,TltiiKvllle;
Co. ran four passenger trains each church If he goes to a ball or theater, but R.N. Andrews,Cocoa; C P. Plaits" k ore Pierce. It Is probable that the florists sell as

way every day and carried more never say a word to tbe pious old scamp COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.J. !! many flowers as they ever did. but the ARE THE BEST. SOLD BY

tourists over their road the past who never pays his debts Preachers R.Walker chairman Titn.vllle John R. making of bouquets threatens to be-

season than ever before, it Is very are and doing people tbe who church do not more pay tbelr harm debts than, O.Mlot Jones, Indlanolai,I Wooillnyi R.j; J.A.: fonkllnir.Frank Hell Tllltuaii, White)John City.Regular come a lost art among them. Few Ge:: :::] dGETILE "" :P.PLX>::DISC>1V.,

gratifying to the ADVOCATE to mention dancers for there are more of them in I ; sessions are held nut\ Monday In each flowers are worn besides violets and LUMBERMAN.EAU .

i'' the fact tbat not one passenger the church. Header, are we getting close inonta.BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS. the 'skill of the florist In arranging his GALLIE, FLORIDA.

I was injured. This certainly to you? Then lay down your paper and A. D.Fonney ., ..County Judie.Jae.E.Androw wares Is now chiefly confined to table
Tltnavlllei.. ......... decorations
go pay up, and read on with ease. And $ ; Atty.A. --
should be "a feather in the caps"of don't stop because the .tat-- A. Stewart,Tltimullle. ......Coilnr.y (:Ierk.J. .
Vtoe-President J. B. Parrott you paying: F. Wooten,Conon,.. .. ..........Tax Assessor Bnlb OroTrlnir In the II .n...,
ute of limitation' excuses the open account E. W. Hall Tltuavllle,....., .. ....Tax collector H. A. HODGES.
Traffic Manager Jos. P. Beclcwith which you made for bread meat. F. II. floye.Tltllavlllo. ..... ........Treasurer.R. Bulb can be grown In cool rooms ...
Headmaster E. Ben. Carter AsaisN You must pay for It in cash or God will E. Mlm, Honaventuro... .. Supt. Pub. In.t. where the successful cultivation of ten Manufacture of

', ant Passenger Agent J. D. Rahner make you pay for It in fire and brimstone.. J.J.P.O.Brown.Frl.e, Tl'usvtlle Tlin.vllle,................County....... Surveyor.Sheriff.T. der house plants would be Impossible. ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
Ood knows no such excuse for not payIng .J.Couk.uutt,LaGrange.Rep Istratton Ottloer, 'They are sure to bloom and require
and the other oUIclala of the 'road, I as. 'homestead exemption.' When TITU8VILLE TOWN COUNCIL. comparatively little care surely an Imposing ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Beads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.: .

t j who, one. and all, should be com you raise that excuse to keep from payIng J.M.DIxon.mayor R. E. Mmie Jr., marshal list of virtues. Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building In |
mended. Mr.\ Henry M. Flagler, debts, you can stop singing 'When I and tax collector: w.S. Brannlng clerk and Bulbs usually suggest tulips, hyacinths ai-y part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. *The saw mills are located '
can read my title clear to mansions In treasurer.;. John Henry tax ssseMor; John R. at Buffalo Bluff Palatka the J.. T. K. W. Lumber delivered to
near on By any
the benefactor of the lower East Walker ..A. Morgan O. F.Duren, 8.G. Van. and Easter lilies. All these are
the skies. You've none up there. landlngbam and J. L. rarrnthera councilmen collection part of the East Coast. Address: H. A. HODGES Buffalo Bluff, F'a.
Coast and one of the most unassuming Brother, It this, you.Foley's The council meets Brat Tuesday In each month charming and should be In every -

multi-milllonairee In the TITUBVILLK BOARD OF TRADE. .. but there are other less known

United States, has the right men Bobbins, T. M. Dixon tressnrer bulbs that are equally deserving.
O. M. president;
Kidney Cure, if taken In time Meeta second Wednesday Tulips and hyacinths should be potted .
,J. O. Bust secretary.
in the right place in his employ. affords security from all kidney and bladder night In each month at their rooms.FREE early as they need from five to Fine Job Work Quickly ExecutedAT

diseases. Sold by Wilson & Son.: AND ACCEPTED MASONS. eight weeks In the cellar or pit.

I I A PROPITIOUS OUTLOOK. Indian River Lodge, No.00,holds Its meeting The Due Van Thol tulips are more
the second and fourth Friday evening of each commonly forced and are charming. THE ADVOCATE OFFICE
Notice.NOTICE month at their lodge room, near court house,
at 7:30 o'clock p. m. J. R. Walker W. M.| The single earlie are also forced andre
As stood the U hereby given that It Is my Inten Sec'v.ORDER T
we platformof Jr..A. Morgan
upon to apply to the Hon. A. D. Penney, I larger and showier. but somewhat
the Florida East Coast Railway County.udgelnaud for ArevardCounty. OF EASTERN STAR. more difficult and un''erlalu.
Florida on the\ lth day of May. looa: at lima.
station at Titusyille a day or so vllle, for authority to sell at private Bale all the Friendship Chapter No. II,holds Its moot I nits The Buffalo Gasoline Motor.
undivided Intercut of Marie Tlllman, the minor In the MaHonlo Lodge room Tltu.vllle. on Rare
and the train
ago, saw long express child of John Tlllnmn ..eoe..d. In anti to that drat Tueailay each month at 3:30 o'clock p.m.j Chance.
roll in, laden almost to the limit' tract of land lying in Brevard Conntr' Florida and the': third Tuesday In each month at 7t3Oo'clock of

with tomatoes, beans oucumberi of and fractional denorllwd Motion a. follow 24.'ip.25, to S. It.ST K that. w tart..IohIlea the lodge( p.I m.Mm.The O.M.RobElne. worthy the officer matron J It 10-10O acres, UiO feet frontage on HYDRA semi-dry BATTERIES. THE AUTOSPARKER.
north and week of the thread of the channelof ]>r. B. R. patron j Indian and Banana rivers. 60O to 700
and other vegetables, we were Impressed Turkey(reek,containing>U03.84> acre more or Wilson, associate: matron: ; Air. F. A.Morgan, citrus trees, about half coming into CEO. R. WALLACE. Agent. West Palm Beach, Fla.
with the of the lest, with riparian trearurer; Mrs. R. C. Scrlmgmmr, secretary;
" greatness rlgbta.JOB.. B. TILL.MAN: Ml*. Kate Stewart, conductress: ) Mn.. John A. bearing, oranges, tangerines, grape
East Coast and the magnificent Hughes, associate. conductress j M.... G. W. Boo, fruit, kumquats, 6 bearing mangoes,
outlook for our truckers and all as guardian for Marl. Tlllman, Infant ble Morgan, Adah,Eather; Mra.. ;J.lIre.! R. J.Walker Carruthers Rlltb; &In., Martha F. A.; :,1 I bearing avocadoea, 14OoO bearing Peninsular &: Occidental Steamship Co.

other industries that are more or Mr. T. T. Wetmore Marshal; Miss LandleStewart pines SOO to 400 bearing) guavas,besides
Eleota. grapes, banana,persimmons, a nurseryof
less dependent upon the prosperityof A Cheap Indian Itlver Home about 1,000sour orange trees readyto United State. Fart !Mall Routes for

our vegetable and fruit growerll.1n TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. bud, a few peach trees,3 acres veget- KEY WEST, CUBA AND THE WEST! INDIES, VIA !MIAMI AND PORT TAMPA, FLA.

'I China agriculture is consider- This place consists of 13'i acres yy able land, 4-inch artesian well large Proposed tailing In effect on dates shown. Subject to change and postponement without notice
ed the mile north of Fort Pierce. Four wharf, drive well, soft water, 8-rooin
honorable in acres
industry The following are the times of arrival -MIAMI-HAVANA LL E. Commencing January 1.1802.-S. Miami..
I which its citizens and are cleared and fenced, and there! are and dwelling, store building, packinghouse Lv.MiamiSuns..... .... ,.. ...ll:2fl: p. m. I Lv.Hav.naTues..Frls..... .. .. ..12:110: noon.
can and of trains to
f engage, 25,000 bearing pineapple plants on the departure passenger tool house, warehouse, :2-ton ice box, Ar.Havana, Mona. Thur......... .. 6:00p.m. |, Ar. Miami, WeIJ Bats. .. ..".. .'. .... gW: a, m.
great prominence Is given the successful from Titusville: 2 acres of poultry yard; Fruit this
place. There are 84 acres ready to set PORT TAMPA-KEY WEST-HAVANA LIVE. .
Commencing Jan. B, 190; -*S. 8. Olivette.fMaicotte.MIAMI
s farmer. The East Coastcan in. orange trees and pineapples. The SOOTH BOCSD. .. year will bring $300 to 400. Kent L'I'Pore Tampa......... OFrl.. ,Sues.. :005 LY. Havana, -W..I.. ."aSats tMon..... 2:30: P m'
well afford to emulate the Cel. remaining nine a'rt8111! good pineapple Leaves Tttusvllle for Miami and I ?.-' 'P'm' from vegetable land will keep up grove. .A.r. Key Weet,.Tttes..Frio, e.un, ....ll:311: p AR KMJ: Weet .We..". .Sate, .Mon. .. 9..1 p. m'
land and a portion of it good for trees.It intermediate points at ( 1'. A. MCMILLAN, L'I'.Key W..t. T.tes. ...1'''. tllllne. ....JI: IO 'm.l L'I'. Key Weac. .w.........Sat". tMon... 1000) p.m
estials in giving prominence and has on Indian Kiver. The aoimi BOUND. Eau Oallie, Fla. Ar.Havana.Wed", "Sats. t\lonl. .... II: Ar. I'ore Tampa. "Thum..Sune. tTu.... 3:30: p. m.
1 honor-to the one industry that surpasses a frontage' Is Lean Tltu.vllle for Jacksonville I ' p'mTltnsvllle -NASSAU LL Commencing April I, JIIO -8. 8. Martlnque.
best building site a high
l all others in and Intermediate points at I L'I'Miami Mon,WetU Sate... .. ...8:00: p.m. I Lv. Nassau Tne,,Thar. BaU....... 2'00 p.m,
bringing prosperity tion overlooking the river the town, for !Sanford > ,:05 a.m CALL AT TAYLOR'S rilOTOOKArn ar.Na..... ,'fu.Thure,8ate.... h... 6:3O: a.m. I| Ar. )lIaOlI. 'V....,I'ria, Sun...........1:00: p.m.
to our borders. and the Indian River inlet; There Is Arrl'rosTitnevlllefront Sanford 1iOp.m Gallery Titusville, and look at saw pies.SKAIJUKKZK. Commencing April I:, 1903.
Thousands of crates of no house on the nfemlsea. Lv. Miami. April 11,.A.prilla. April 26..2910: pm. I Lv. Nasnau. Anrilia. April IB. Apr1126..2:00! pm.
vegetables Fort Pierce is a division point on the A r. Nassau,.A.prllll.: April 10, AI.rll26! 830 a:11I.1 I| Ar, Miami,April wVAprUZO.'April": : : 117; 6:00 am.

are leaving Brevard and Florida East Coast Railway and a place MIAMI-KEY WEST LINE Commencing December 16.1001-8. 8. City of Key Wost.

P Dade counties every day-Just of some Importance, with good .prospects Lv. Miami Mon,.Weds, Fall.........11 !UP p.m. I Lv. Key We t.Tii i" Thursisae..S 3O-p.lD.
AF.Key West,Tuu, Thuri., Haw... .. j an | AJliml Wedi/Trls .. .
following our big orange crop ; and for future development. There p. m. Ar. / SUDe. ... B 00 a.m.
when these immense of are stores of all kinds' ,several churches, Above hours. blUed on 0th Meridian Standard! Time except that shown for Nassau 1.local WNan
shipments Breakers time.This
and the
school, pontoftlce, telegraph office, eto. The Clarendon Inn SEABREEZE. .
vegetables have ceased the pineapples abrogates prevlone notlrn. CHARIJ8 L, MTTERS"M oag r.Jackconvlll .
will make line home and
This place a Jacksonville la.,January I. 10000. *,riar
will begin to come in ; and capable of being made quite a planta .
Col. C. C. TOST.
thus the wheels of traffic are kept tion. Five hundred orange and grape '

t constantly moving around to the fruit treesana: U)0,0l)0) pineapple plantscan These two commodious houses at Seabreeze, the moat popular summer resort T r WHITE'S CREAM
be placedonit. Flnsfishing> ,hunt.
northern markets. Ing and oystering In the immediate vi In Florida, will be under the management of Col. C. C. Post during the V ORMS VERMIFUGEHaUlnOnutltr. I

The crop of pineapples this sea- cinity. Fort Pierce U. headquarters summer season of 1002. Professor Saudold's Orchestra, from New York, V _

} son bids fair to be the largest ever for hunting, fishing and sports generality. will play dally, afternoon and evening. [ M ir ; < iii Li.iLriLitf>_($Lj e.tle iufii Qralltr.ii'ii"

1 hipped from the East Coast. Dade For. PricepI,600which full Information address I 1.1 very cheap. Guests can feel assured of a satisfactory table, and every attention to their For 20 Years !Has Led all Worm Remedies. (
ounty leads Brevard in the quantity C. T. ,MCCARTY comfort. Rates, $2 to |2.60\ per day; $10 to $12 per week. Write for special -OXe:D aT :

of vegetables shipped, but Bre Ankona, Brevard County, I'la. rates for families for the season. Address, C. C. POST Seabreeze Fla. t bF-' jMESF'UBCLLSt.: : -. LouIS4 -

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'rest Palm Beach. Eden. Tibbals.The GEORGE MARL JOHN MARX.


with hi* wife and C. A. Robinson received a carload 1VI.A.R::
of :
tone, BRC: >S.
JlringB bee on a crate material and allll' ,one of lumber pink paper Is much In request .
have sameysteamer which he is busy throughout the pineapple section. iO"'L- .
on the unloading thlll i week. Wholesale Dealers In

retU\1I\*lout six hours In Havana, Mrs N. Saunderll klJlell an Immense F. M. Hudson and wife weie suddenly '

.ibflD bins at other Cuban port snake this called a rattlesnake pilot one day called Mr. to Sebastian lust week, owing' lo GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE..,
bas returned from week. The skin which measures Hudson's aged! father having; had a
.tella among her friends In Day. nearly six feet will be taken north as a severe fall, from which, It Is hoped the -- ---
r peat of friends souvenir by Miss Kitty injuries will not prove serious.
legion Saunders. Corner West Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FJA.
.bomo-ooming Is a A. D. The Tibbals .
Merwin hall built Bathing Club was pleasantly

I is West Deaob. his barn, to be used for a carriage an extension Mrs. CII.entertained. on Mis.Thursday last by Baking Powder ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY.

Racey, A. D. Mervtin
be F. B. ,
taumberor tourists may seen RIchards and party made a trip and Mrs R. D. lloko, at the Iieniillful,
In demand to the Inlet
cll"lr8 are last
filiB' and Cragln; Home, rubber Saturday. home of Mrs Raaey) ou Mount Elizabeth, We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas;

,( of Interest yet thesdIi Mrll.! Hilda Rooks arrived Sunday near Waveland. Nearly evety member) guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of hay, Grain and Fevd. We want
ther places over. We .hllll night after a very pleasant three months' was present ns well as large number your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be ] practically of I
stay In St. Augustine.Our Invited friends.
welcome Most healthful MARX BROTHER:!, Jacksonville, Fla.
tldpd promise a hearty store is being treated tD..a coat of Every pineapple /grower Is busy now,' r: We only Sell to Dealers.Melbourne. .
paint, also the postoftlce. and each day brings In carloads. or pineapple -
pasph, Smith, one of Blrmlnltham's crate matei la), paper, nails and -------------.---- -._-- ---,
1 1 influentialhow wealthy cltl- Waters W>Tibbalsrwere calling J. T. lumber, In readlucsti for the coming big leavener in the tiller. '
I)leaf after a pleas of on Eden pineapple crop which will be shipped In .

pent,I West Palm Beach friends last Friday afternoon. May, June and J Illy. As the tlmo Is Old glory la hoisted. daily at our school

I,DT. Smith has passed his elltbtRr' Mrs. Chas. Schuyler, Miss Brown and limited for unloading the cars, it causes the world.Goes and Is a nmiked Improvement) to the

he retains his faculties with Mrs. LeTourneau were down Waveland great haste to store the material proper GOODIII A OOOOK.-neal Estate and Lonnn. building and great sourceof pride and

l vl or, and his gallantry to the to way calling on friends last Friday and ly and by demand the first of June there will bea farther. :,,for rroviiliMiro Anna, I.nmlnii WanliliiKUm: :: and: ,Liverpool ague;Sun: FlroInmirauoe. andaluhe pleasure to the children.

would put many a young man Saturday.Mrs. great for good, reliable laborers t\I'.lIlal attention paid. to tile
II in the pineries along, Indian River luturatu of noil-renMenu. Miss Hodgson/ was a visitor at Cocoa
Thomas J. Hempbill arrived last ---- Monday last via the F, E. U. train.
pub fr8. Houghton bad a short week for a visit to her parents, Mr. and The residents and property owners at HOTKL nrETON-WIII alone\ Mar Int. TM-
Miss Couser and her Mrs. C. A. Robinson Mrs llenipblll has this place are much pleased to see the itghltttdspottoeeendwinter autmner. i.ocated 111111EIlI' Singleton!: will cloHO a most
play,, Columbus, Ohio. Wheydrmiog been a month on the Interest Henry andrews and wife are taking on high( Dltiir overlooking the Indian successful term "t school No. B next
from having visited .
way, .
KJvor. Terms moilorate.
) taovaa a.e poa co raw visa
young ladles and were relatives In Virginia and other places, beautifying the front lawn on the KHAMC KunER'rsoit Proprietor.Subset week. It Is hoped we maw be able to

ned by Dr. and Mrs. Burnbam. and stopped over at Charleston several ; Tibbals property, where they reside, by --. secure Miss Singleton's services for the
most delightful evening at days for the exposition. Miss Hemp- planting roses, making flower beds, etc., r Iptlons for the ADVOCATE, coming year.A .
Lodge and were charmed with hill's many friends are glad to have her which not only Improves the appearance past week. It Is hard to have to stay Indoors the pink paper of the East Coast, will be
fatality that Is extended by the I here and hope to help to make her visit of the place, but adds to the value of the these balmy days. received at the Melbourne l'o.tolHoe.n. the largo Eau manatee Guttle was River noticed Monday swimming last.
I property. up
r hosts to all their friends. pleasant. Hon. Grover Cleveland la very lucky The animal seemed quite at home ,

Palm Beach Mrs. A. D. Merwin of this Miss\ Gertrude England( entertained a with his rod and reel, and never falls to P. Gates, of Chicago, 111., Is enJoy.
n, toildonts of were Mrs. R. D. Hoke of Jensen, place few of her friends at dinner on Saturday! return to the hotel without fish Dan ing Ida vacation with his sister In Mel Mrs. I. G. Gilbert entertained on Tuesday -
bear of the death of and Mrs.
It hocked to Mr. Russell and fam- Chas. Racey entertained the Tibbals evening last In bon -r of Miss Dillloger\ Lament is expected down in a few daysto bourne. evening last. Ptojtrosiil ve Euchre occupied
L Russell. of Allentown, Pa. After dinner a Win Mr. Cleveland. the guests until Up. m. when
very ,
at the Rev. Weatherwn and have
|, bean winter residents here for charming home of family returned -
Inn,re,and could count their friends the last named lady last Thursday after followed Interesting game of euchre was played, Miss Florida Kltclilnjj was a passengeron from their two weeks' cruise delicious supper was served', followedby
by refreshments. Those awarding prizes to the lady and
mace both sides of the Lake, and noon. There was a large attendanceand pre- Monday's southbound train en routeto down the const on the yacht Syble.:! tleman gen
sent expressed themselves as having had having) the highest icore. Miss
I sympathy Is extended to the all enjoyed a delightful afternoon. Ojus. Miss Florida. has a host of
ntuoat Never Rosa Rochsler secured
Those a very enjoyable evening. was there a finer show for one and A. R.
iud ion In this their hourof great attendance from this place friends In Stuart whu were glad to see oranges In this section than now. The Hodgiton that .awarded the gentlemen.Miss .
were Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Merwin Much to the of their
Miss great
Mrs. Russell accompanied ,
went trees look fine and are loaded with Singleton secured the prize for the
to their home In Blossburg, Pa. Arnold, Mrs Ireland, :Messrs. Chas. host of friends, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Gifford her.F. young
hdy j Mast E. J. Shattuck of Tenn A, Gibson a former resident of TI. fruit. score and C'ol. Aluesworth the
and Col. Wlnaus. Memphis arrived here on
Henry M. Flagler visited West :Mrs Chas Sunday night, and will make this their tusvllle, has rented the J. S. Danforth Mr. and Mrs. Ed Morgan/ and familyare booby the prize. Five tables contested( for .
j Beach before leaving for St. Aug- Schuyler entertained the future home. Their household goodsare property across the river. Mr. Gibson happy over the arrival of another prizes.

kind rode down to Lake Side Cem- Point Lace Club last Thursday after- on the way, and they expect to buildon will engage In raising truck and straw very young man at their home.
Uieewhat the Ladles' I noon. After an hour's devotion to work their berries. We welcome Mr. Gibson and Cure
m pro veil plantation at once. We always Foley's Kidney makes kidneys and
and discussion Rev. Jesse 11 ad left for his
of his midst. ley Monday
patterns and stitches family into our
lie extend hand of welcome bladder right Don't Sold
Association were doing. was a to such people delay taking.
there hour home in Indiana. Ills friends to
his return was an given to music. Mrs. as Mr. and Mrs. Olfford. regret by B. R. Wilson A Hon.
try much pleased, as on Chas. W. Billings and party of friends, :
him but look for his
Schuyler opened the programme with a see I go!: we return
"Jl.-iyor[ Whllldin a check for one Mrs. W. II. from New 'Smyrna, have been cruisingon full. As he has
piano solo, followed by Mrs. LeTour- Harris entertained a few next spent so many pleas
J dollars, to be added to the Cem- the St. Lucie for the past week.
friends winters Melbourne It Is haul for
neau, who gave a choice selection Mrs. on Monday evening at pool. As ant
The is much apprecia- Immense 1'iild Twenty-live Years.We .
ind. gift captured
all They an tarpon early I
him to
It unsolicited. Amy Blake then sang several songs. present were not experts at pool, stay away.
particularly was
as Mrs. Blake has a voice of much power Home very difficult shots were ml\de1 Sunday.morning. have spent over twenty-five years
Is to Mr. Mr. MIddleton, of Roy, Washington,
iiMoclatlon very grateful and sweetness, and gives much pleasureto which puzzled the experts, who could Capt. McNeil has purchased the small who has been a pleasant guest at Hotel paying for space to talk about Scott's

t her friends whenever she sings. Several not understand bow It was possible to cottage near W. Kltchlng'a store and Is Carleton for some time took R trip south Emulsion RS a great help) to tile consumptive -
ladies then joined in singing Fred make such line shots. As the writer repairing It for use as a summer residence. Tuesday.Mr. I for all throat and lung trouble, as .
Oslo BRONCHITIS CURED.- erick Field Bullard's celebrated "Stein:: wan. one of thA players'. YIA rlriaa not feel This is an elegant location to an unrivalled\ flesh builder and as a ton to #

Ituo years I bud chronic bronchitis Song," which, although written for i like giving the names of those In the spend the summer months in. The Capt. and Mrs. Hlgley and' Mrs. Scott, for weak children

M that at times I could not speak men's voices, sounds very well when game. has a pinery across the river. who have spent the winter In the Hogg '\

whisper," writes Mr. Joseph Coff' given by ladles. After the music Mrs. Much to the regret of the community, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley came up Satur cottage, left Monday for their home in \

(.olMontmorenci, Intl. "I tried all Schuyler, assisted by her twin daughters, Miss\ M. Dilllnger, of Allentown Pa., day from Jupiter and spent Sunday with Canton home here, O. They hope to'buy a winter, Young Orange drove fur' Sale.
available, but with no success. served her guests with strawberries, Ice who has been the guest i of Mr. and Mrs. friends. here. : I i
bitely my employer suggested that cream and cake, after which there was a Harry Jennings, left, Wednesday for Mr. and Mra. Fred U Irwin and daughter In the south Iln--t;; ;; Brevsrd county, I t

Foley's Honey and Tar. Its street business meeting for half an hour. The her home. She hRS a warm spot in the The big launch Admiral Is kept busy Miss Mildred left Saturday for abutting the Florida Kut Count Railway,

filraost miraculous, and I am nowof ladies then decided to dance, so one of hearts of all, and more especially the moving pineapple crates which are arriving Chicago, III.,. after spending several ,,2ylal' old grove, consisting of (100 trees
the disease. On my recommend- them went to the piano and played while children, to whom she was known as by the carload daily.Dupont months here In their pleasant winter In Ilrei-class olodltllnIH) oranges, 100

many people have used Foley's the rest danced. When the 1'oiut Lacera "Aunt Margie," as a pet name. It Is "MlddJeton's saw mill has all home on Melbourne avenue grapefruit; \ KM( tangerine' orangns and 100

if ind Tar, and always with satis- reluctantly bade their hostess farewell it hoped by her host of friends that ere It can do. They have orders booked Aldin Uadley Is making some fine improvements kurnnuatt. Located In Sec ft, Tp. 3.&, K, i
la." Sold was quarter to six.Foley's will float around 40. If you want a nice young grove, this
by B. R. Wilson & /Son long whispers that she ahead for six months, and have just re- hU' beautiful hammock
will be with la the on Kilt suit you. Prices for nut fit) days, j
again; us near future. ceived an older for 350,000 feet of railroad the bluff. John Powell U
Honey and Tar contains no Mrs Harry Jennings and Mrs J. T. timber. also property fencing on In tract of his Melbourne *:2,5
opiates and will not constipate like Waters accompanied her as far an Jack Ankona- Fla.
White Everybody the St. Lucte River property on the river front and planting
City. on expects
nearly all other cough medicines. Refuse sonville, where they ,will spend a few
to go down to old ocean on the 1st it in fruit and ornamental trees. Such
substitutes. Sold Wilson A Son. flays.
of May to a basket picnic. The (llbert's men are a credit to our town and we REAL IHTATKFOIISALK.As .

a Lamont spent a few days visiting Bar Yacht Club have kindly loaned the need many more like them.

U In Eden and Jensen. Fort Pierce. A CHATTAXOOOA: DRUGGIST'S use-of their club house for the day. We W1'. Wells has made extensive Improvements .
ST A TEMII.N1"-Robt.J. Miller, proprietor Invite the people of Sewnll's Point, his Administrators of the Estate of

T., McCoy left for his borne In Ohio, of the Read House Drug Store, of Wavelaud, Jensen, Eden, Tibbals An- and few places on on Melbourne the East Coast property are, William Troutier, deceased, We otter at j

t three weeks' visit to White City. Archie Chambers has been a pleasant Chattanooga, Tenn., writes: "There Is kona, etc to join us In a day of recreation the grounds around his private sale the following described Real

[fillspend a few days at Fort Tierce visitor among us the past few days. more merit In Foley's Honey and Tar before the big shipping begins./ All handsome winter home( overlooking the K tate, belonging to said Estate!: :

f other places. Archdeacon. B. F, Brown held services for han; It In multiply any other wonderfully cough/ syrup.aud The we calls sell you and need to take along Is your dinner Indian River. Fruit trees and flowe,. :No. 1. Sold.No. .
church your bathing suit. everybodygo of all kinds are theie.. 2. All of Hi of NK}, Section 21
ut week's ADVOCATE published aol at St. Andrews on Wednesday more of it than all other cough syrups and have a good time. ,
> news about White City, which evening.Mrs. combined." Sold by B. R. Wilson& Son. Invitations are out to the marriage of Township 27 South, Range 37 East, cov.
red with, water, lying In said I'au Uallle
nail with mucb Interest. Can Mrs. Amelia E. Valentine's younltestdal1lthtel'
any loft for
K. B. Raulerson Sunday,
or neighboring settlements beat the A Helen Welcome and Charles Hlver and Eau Unllle hay, containing
Bartow and other places on a visit of a Sharp Ax.
Mug P If so, we should like to hears few months.A. Lotus.The Anderson Rallou, Jr., on Wednesday: about :111: ) acres, more or lens.Xo. 1
|hem through the columns of the Millions\ marvel at the multitude of morning, April :)iOtli, at ten o'clock, at 3. Sold.!

wjplnk paper R. Edge has his barrel factory built maladies cut oft by Dr. King's New Life Bayoone plantation, Tlllman, Fla Miss No. 4. That portion of 8 W f, Section\

1i White City a prosperous settle- and has moved Into It. weather)has been cool and pleasant themostdistresslng too. Htomach, Helen Is a lovely young lady and has a 21, Township: South, flange :)7 East,

il"" Is often asked and !some times Miss Miller of Eden Is visiting her during this week. liver and bowel troubles dyspepsia, loss host of friends and admirers who will ; commencing at a point 870 feat West from ,
doubted by those living In other of appetite, Jaundice biliousness fever miss her bright/ and cheerful face when Northeast corner post. on V.f Section lineas
Mrs. :Saunders of this T. G. Ronald few at home
aunt George : spent a days
The I malaria, all fall before these wonder- aforesaid and 110 feet :South of said
01 following will fully deuttate they visit Bayonne plantation, where she tf II
here the first of the week looking after
to the ADVOCATE readers that place. hill place. I wot kers. 62o:! at Screven's drug store. has spent her happy childhood days. I Section line for a starting point thence e

iproiperoui; and while some of the Everybody who wants a good newsy Happy should be the man who has won run /South: 4'i: feet, thence East 100 feet,

wous readers of the pink paper wills local paper, should subscribe! for the ,. Quite a number of visitors from Oeor- thl sweet girl for a bride. May the rich- thence South 420: feet, thence West to

doubt this statement, your correa- ADVOCATE whose office is fully equip lava were here on Monday. O Rockledge.? est blessings follow them through life, Section: line thence North 6'M:! ft, thence

hot it fully prepared to prove It. ped to do all kinds of job printing for C. D. Provost and :Michael Frey, young and may they return to Florida to spend East 717 feet more or lei, to a point 100
Ihll' and then wait for a few weeks our pineapple growers. many bright winters. feet West of Southwest corner of plat of
from and Bonaventure
men Oeorgiana A. N. Clark And wife of Plnlnvllle, Ct.,
the Harno thence South Mil feet thence
shipping season is 1 over andearn be celebrated by a plo- visitors here ,
May Day Is to were on Sunday. have returned to their northern home.
East 750 feet to West aide of V, K. C.
more about '*.
and all are cordi
king the past four weeks, ending onrday nlo at Ten Mile attend.Creek, Bean pickers are scarce this spring', Orange growers here are busy spray A Nearly Fatal! Runaway Railway rlght-of-wsy, thence North o.

April 10th there has been ally invited to and it Is a bard matter to get any help at ing-trying to get rid of the red spider, West aide of F. I;. C. Hallway rlght-of-
aped from this settlement from 1,000 Rev. Mr Black held services In lice all. A good many beans consequently, which Is more numerous than It has ever Started:! a horrible ulcer on the leg of J, way IK) feet, thence East to point of beginning 1

WOO{)() orates of vegetables week- Baptist church last Sunday morning and are getting bard in the fields. before been known here. B. Orner, Franklin trove, III., which defied excepting railroad right-of-way
per doctors and all remedies for four
dl nearly 5,000 orates and still the evening, to large congregations.Owing Emmett Field of Indlanola hereon through said laud. Containing about 21V
was Next week there will be a general 'exodus years. Then Buoklen's :arnica Salve the road. This
!to'is to large hat It la almost ImposE to strong winds during the past Sunday, visiting J. M. Field. and fam- from here all the winter visitors cured him. Just as good for bolls, cuts, tract acres Including has a young County Iroof 600 or 000

E secure, enough pickers harvest few days, the mackerel fishermen were ly. He rode down. leaving for their northern homes. burns, bruises, corns, scalds, skin eruptions trees on It, and an artesian well, eto. 1
crop The
largest shipment made unable to go outside the inlet. and Piles. 2iio. at J. B. Screven's
on Saturday, the 19th Instant-406W A few mosquitoes have shown them Mr. G. W. Skelley and little daughter drug store. No. 5. Begin at Southeast" corner of r
I\tit. selves-ready for battle-but not many lot owned J, L. liar
and Miss Ruth llardee left Saturday for now, or formerly, by
|l L' see what has been done la the The surest and diseases safest remedy Is Foley's for Kidney kidney yet. The weather Is too cool for them.C. Mrs. Bkelley's home In Janesvllle, Wlsi. rlson, thence across Elbow

'J of Improvements during the past and bladder B B. Wilson & :Son.: F. Walker and wife spent Sunday Miss llardee will spend the summer Eau creek to North boundary of land belong
Sold ;
by Gallie.
*, and keep In mind the fact that Cure. with Mrs. Walker's parents, Mr. and with her sister. log to Wm. Treutler, thence East boundary 1
'n I ik considerable Improvements be- Mrs. IJndabrry. Section line which Is the North
<"ranged for the Messrs. Baker and Herring, with their of WIA. Treo tier'*land to North bankof
, milk house near future. Peter Indianola.Mrs. Several hundred crates of beans left wives, who have passed the winter here The sharpie Lizzie Is on the ways hav. Elbow creek, thence West along bankof I
Si L. Jones addition
""Wldence; II. Larsen; re-built, resl- last week and this, and not half the crop as tenants of the Garvey cottage, left Ing her usual spring overhauling. said creek to point of beginning, beingIn ,

lc bulltsmall, residence; of Jacksonville/ harvested yet. Prices are low, and our Tuesday for their home In Brooklyn, N. Two houseboats spent the week In Eau Section ;21, 'township27 South, Range i
Robinson W. M. Stoner farmers would not be surprised If they Y. These gentlemen expect to purchase J17 East. This land la covered with the
tool repository ReStore business with, pleasure .. GRille harbor owing td the northerly ,' '
', ummer ; has been combining had to stop shipping beads. property here and will build winter dot winds. waters of the creek.
I g room; for the past few days at this place. tages.

. 'to", new building ArnoldTray.; of IIooBlck X. Y., who Mrs. Diddle and Miss II. B, Wood, of No. 0. Sold. I
I -built\ residence; Laurena Chris Mr. Hulbert, northern No. 7. Commence about (9 chains 3A 1
left for their
of Pneumonia is robbed of Its terrors by Philadelphia
"p, small\ residence J. M. Orrel) In. been visiting the horde links West from Northeast of ,j
; corner
fimprovements for two months, left for Foley'slloney and Tar. 'It stops the rack. Artesia. home Monday last
; Oeo. Poppell ex- past Section 20, on Section line between Sections
and heals strengthens the
* log cough / t
? Poultry Flansen. Tuesday. The Princes Is on Hodgson's ways
_ yard N. D. .
: a on 17 and 20, run WestOchalnsl.'ilinks: ,
If taken In time I It will I
i"ollrn, ; J" Dedrlch, 1J story cottage; Abel Hildreth started. Tuesday, for' attack ungs. or pneumonia. Rofu.esJbstilutes.Suid prevent an. Bean picking Is the order of the day.A being overhauled and painUxl before thence South 10 chain B4 links, thence .

uermenderfer, one story cottage;; hlshome in Columbus O. Mrs. Stoner B. K. Wilson & Son I I leaving for an extended cruise among South UO degrees seconds, Halt 3 chains
by 6
''rannon, Interior improvements and accompanied him as far as Jacksonville.The heavy rain fell here last week, which the Florida' Keys. to Eau Oallle River, thence follow the t

'i 7; J porch, ; D. L. Austin, a fine cot- Is not only one of the was heartily welcomed by all. C. B. Olfford. of Birmingham, Ala, shore of Eau Uallle River in an Easterly

?, Cameron addition to residence; pink paper more district news Chas. Carrlngton and L. M. Rehblnder pawned through Eau flallle /going south direction to a point due SOlltil front placeof
Christensen, shed A. La- largest; but publishes Stuart.Roy cabined beginning thence north to point of
11 t. 1 wagon ; weekly newspaper be- made a trip to Cocoa on Saturday. Sunday laat. Mr. Ulfiord hall a
C; It' story cottage and detached than any other Just steam launch housed In Hodgson's boat beginning containing 0 acres, more or
lea; p, Jacksonville and Kily Mr. and Mrs. Welch will leave for the
; .El Robinson, packing house; tween East yard. less and known a* the Kitchell! place.
'ellOo' with other Lane made business to Tib
front the ADVOCATE a trip north next week.
addition O. E. Button, compare
dlDill ; No. 8. NE> of Section 28, Township
bals Tuesday. The steamer Caraveral was on the
and tauk for irrigation; I.. Coast papers. Cbas. Carrington, who has been a resident the 27 South, Range 37 East, containing 100
I. I 1 story cottage: ; J. W. M osier, Real estate has been changing bandsIn Walter Kltchlng, wife and daughter of Artesia for quite .a number of ways Sunday last and Repairing other minor condensing acres, less railroad rightofway.No. .
' soilon barn; T. eorensensmll residence; quite lively of late; and visited friends at Fort Pierce this week. will to this pipes some
our village years, move Georgians, week work on the boll ,wait. carried through : 0. NW 4 Section 28, Township
house; also the es- In each case, the change mean a new where he will reside io the future. Ills South East F
hD1enl of a all work Is easy Mr. Powell who has been spending with. 27 Range 37 containing 10O ,
sawmill. house or the repairing one, the winter at Palm Beach, wan here /Sun-: many friends are sorry to see him leave I acres, less railroad right-of-way. b

to get, and every one Is busy day. Mr. Powell Is on a cruising trip. but wish him success In his new habita Ch.... B. Merrill, of Tropic In his, was la No. 10. 42: fKVlOO acres, less railroad
tion. Eau Gallle Tuesday last newly
rIle Great Dismal Swamp The public school here will close Mon- fitted out launch Kansas City. This rlirht-of-wav, being part of Lot 1 and of

Virginia! A doctor's Ilart Plight. day. Miss Wilson leaves for her home vessel I now quite equal to new NEU of NW Section 3, Township 27
', IB a breeding ground of ma- a result of a severe at West Palm Beach Friday. DREADFUL ATTACK OF WHOOPING South, Range 37 East, known as J.:L.
ad.r01S. So '" 'low wet or marshy "Two years ago voice, as" writes Dr. 1\\[. I,. COUGH.-Mrs. Ellen Harrison, of The lovely moonlight nights and mild Stewart place. I

' 87where-. TheBe germs cause cold 1 lost myScarbrougbofJlebron, Ohio, .then began Walter Hitching has jnst received a 34)0) Park Ae., Kansas City, Mo., writes: weather tempt many of our young peopleto Nn. 11. LoU 17 and 18, block 4, Town .' 1
- bllls' and fever, aches In tbeand Every remedy carload of pineapple wraps. Dyer A "Our two children bad a severe attack of Indulge In rowing tad salting parties, of Eau Gallie.
' muscles, ana may Induce dan- an obstinate cough. physician Guller will use 100,000.. Just think of whooping cough, one of them la the numbering two are the most popular.E. .
u racticing No. 12. Lot 1 block Town of Ean
ad88B' to me as a i
known small
plantation using 100,000
t Electric Bitters d I daily grew one wraps. paroxysm of coughing/ would often faint
rhu and will leave for his Gal
to 3.i faile Speller shortly lie. Quit claim deed for this only-
d I troul>l..a.destroy them and cure Pia.I for years Being urged to try Dr. KlnA's: Building material I III arriving dally. J. and bleed at the nose. We tried everything northern home In Olesn, N. Y., wherehe held under Tax Title.

')1 l4 1 '"e They will iiiely prevent worse.Discovery forCon8umptlon, Coughs S. Danforth bas a force of men building we heard of without! getting relief. own some valuable property. For prices and terms address,
,rirn tried many remedies for New relief and for mall for rent to the colored We then called la oar family doctor who
J,John?' stomach J and liver troubles," and Cold. 1 found felt quIck better than for two citizens cottages on the outskirts of town. prescribed Foley's Honey and Tar. With Tbe Misses Rose and Nelda Rochsler F. A. MORGAN and W. 1[.JONES

i Charleston, of Bye Yille, 0., last ten day baa guaranteed throat the very first dose they began to Improve i and J. E. }i. Hodgson were out for a A* Administrators of the Estite of Wm. .
eter ," as good. ElecIttera. years" positively J. B_ ScrenD. btw Mrs. Marie Johnston, we are sorry to and we feel that It has saved their lives." spin on Indian lilver In the sharpie Liable Treutler, deceased.
Try them and lunA: troubles by has been on the sick list for the last Miss HOle Kochsler "
liven Only 60c. J. bottle free. report, lUfusa substitutes. B. K. Wilson Son- Monday at TltusvlUe Florida.
guarantees.atlsfactfon5 sod ,1.00.



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civilization seldom accompany eacn .
I other. Senator John T. Morgan spoke l ida "The EAST COAST OF FLORIDA

truly when In a recent letter to Mr. L. l ij&t is PARADISE REGAINED."

L. Gilbert, secretary of the Montgomery iI' .. I'
I Commercial and Industrial aueoela- I .

tlon be salift 'Not only are good roads) '
pleasant and ornamental features of a RAILWAY

country but they are the wisest and

most economical bestowal of money ? LOCAL TIME CARD No. 40. In Effect
April 15
and .labor. Every civilized country In yJ

measured by Its roads as mach as H{ Is ; SOUTHBOUND-REAO! DOWN. NORTHBOUNDHi'BRAITCH

by Its Industries In the estimate that SpFF : -8 : 'tsaaaot -_
.,,1Y' I men place upon Its value.' It Is pos / ; Dally ,N:3-lIr MAIN LINE. ING. 18'No, .

sible to have good roads without good ( ,) ..US

You need raise schools, but It Is absolutely Impossible I i II JI a L". ...... .. .Jacksonville ........ .J.
light to ryTh 08 D 440 ..........Ar
I, to have the best of schools without) rh t 1 C .. Lv..................$o Jaek.onUle................. 7o0p 8
good roads. As rule the nRJ i 0Gr a lap 0 115 a. ...................... St. AuKu.tlne............ .Lv.. II U P eof \
Tobaccoprofitably. a efficiency fO P 1121.. .. .... Bastingx........................ I DO u T
of j ................. al 71
> I a country's common schools may be r (3 OOplt 49 a. East: Palatka. ............ t
rl7t 001 $3p11 lip ....................... .. 4 tit I) 8'
Be sure your fertiliz. measured by the condition of Its pub 74apIl81p' ....................... Neoga..4 151> 8'JoI
lic roads." jq I I0 81 p ......................... ........... OA p e
er contains at least to per cent. President D. P. Bestor o oap ......................... (}rmond.......................... p eo
the board 8
{ lO Pili lap........ ............. .D..ytona..........,............... t3p 6.
of trustees of the Medical College of 880' IS p ... ....................Port Or..n"e.. .......,... ..... .... 881p 62
Actual Potash Alabama discussed 3 00 tsp .................'..... New 8myrn. ....'.. 811. p 6)
good roads In their Cj Sfp ...... 0 p. ... ..... ...... .....Osktllil............ 88 eo
from relation to the medical profession and 1 i3 ....... 8 t p.........?............ 1'UDnllle.. ........ .9. P.oej .

Sulphate. the patient. He said the good roads oS 0 lac ............. 8 8 a8 a, p p'.............................Rockletlge Cocoa" ..t.. ........).........,............. la5 JI.i) .

.y? maR| .A", pn requwt our book movement bad Been waking splendlil ..d ..... 3 0yp .......................XaD O..llIe.. .................... ... 13 lao p.I .
"Tobacco Cukura"OERXAN progress. It must be foo C ... .051 ........................Melbourne........................1339 60
KALI: WOBKS. remembered Z' 0 i ....... 45" .. ........ ......... .. .. a..
I M Nana' MiMrt, New York.Accented I that It. took nearly 100 years to get the :! ....... II 81 p I ...... ..........." .S' Luol... .................... .. .1166.. .,
....... a 651. .. .... Fort+ plerc........... .. .56.
central ..... .
government Interested fiP IL .
In the ....... a 113 P .................. 1Yhits City....................,.. .
question of rivers and harbors. Even Tri-Wcekly Sailings. . .. ..... ... ...... .....rlbh.l.: .... ................ 10y6a'
Free and Calhoun and King who 8 ....... lip ... ......... ....... .....Eden........................... ..100'da)11 ; .,
w was an/ Alabnmlnn. ...... ......................... J..n..J1........,...... ......... IUI.
Masons. ball been opposed to making BETWEEN .] ..... S Up ...... ............ .. Stuart .................... .. 10 r to ,
1 these appropriations, and other JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. '' ....... alp ........................Hnp8 stunt.' .. ............. ........ 10 U 44'a t4ari ,
great .1/0'.. 011 ............... .. W. ..:....... ...... .... II
statesmen had been slow about takingup W .... ... fOp....................W.s4PalmBe.oh .................... 339..
Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) ....... .. ............. 8 Nt. .
I 4 the question of Internal 08p .... .Aoy n tin : ............... .... 88.1.. .
Improve .... ... 1 Of .............. ...Ie. Landerdals..
P ... ...........
Indian ..;:- No. 90 ments. But the good roads movement The Finest in the Coastwise Service ... $47p...............;.......... Lemon Clty .................... .. e T Ca'81S.,.. ..
h :-:/, ,- had met with a prompt public re- Steamships ....... ........ ........... ......Miami......................... 10......:

I River A'., / i' TltusvllleLode. spouse. and there was much to be .BUFFET PARLOR CAR ON TRAIN IS AND 78.
thankful! for. The Clyde, New England and Southern Lines. '
h I Rolrln Iti:| meetings the nennndand fourth Fri. Coming down to the question of the __ Direct bervlce Between LINES SCHHDUXES.PAIiATKA. .
day of each month an the )late "Armory, TltusTllla : physician's Interest In good roads be
at T:30 o'olunk I', in. Jacksonville. Boston Providence and all Eastern Points
J. R. Walker Wor/ihlpftil Muter. said during a recent visit to another AND EAST PALA.TKA.i .

T.L..Carmther: Senior.Warden. state he was Impressed by the fact (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) .
T. J(
rlaL'ler '
;J, M. lxnu, Tr inlor amirer.P. Warden.. that many of the physicians used bi I SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS Dally 67 No.Dally 63 Ne. 63 No. 49 No. 47 Sr Areotre No. 49 No. 4950. 4&N0, 64

A. HorifHD, Secretary. cycles. They could ,not do It In Ala. Southbound................. ...... ,....: ... ........ .... .1 fromrewis Wharf, Ho ton Dally ,Daily Dally Dally Urllytaop1Iasl
J. A. HitKlioH' bama. In Northbound........................... .. ..... ....... from rout W Catherine Street, Jacksonville I
't J.: N. Horeven, Senior:: :Ueanon." the state to which be referred 4 bplb 809 65UalA..Ea.ttk.latks.Lr| .. 000:17 e6a1114ea'bOQp
R. K.: Mime,1r., Junior D e80nn.R. the physicians only charge
I i 'I. Vanland ha, Senior Steward.
f.M. Taylor,Junior in.Steward. SI for a visit. An Alabama they Clyde St. Johns River Line. MAYPORT'71BANCH

+ P. "'. fborti, Tyler. 'Ii charge $3. They had to do It, and the!' -
i (Deltary Line.) Na 19 No. 17 No. B
-'.. .n bad condition of the public roads was Dally Dally Dolly 8T.4TIC.1fIf. No. { I No. 19
Dally UIy.IS
responsible for
It. Better roads would
ALABA3IAI' \ Stopping Falatka, A. or, St.rrutotn, BereHford(DeUincI), Blue Spxtiiga and in reemedlareland. p a p e raa Lv......, .....Jacksonville. .... .....Ar 8 YB
IIIGIiWAYSGROWINQ mean that the physician whose lot I.a lai lags on th.ttt..lobu'' .Klv..r. p a as p Wa Lv.. ,.,, ,,,,,South JaokioirvUle...,..,_...,... ...Lvablo s it a It O p
.-. i hard one nt best would endure fewer STEAMER "City of Jacksonville" t 2a 3 00 p 10 ............t.. >- Beach ,,,??,.,,,,, ,,Lv 7 40 a Ii 41 a
3 00 10
10 Lv. -
"' AUlantlo Beach ., .,,.,..,,. T 40
a It du
lordships and bo would be able 180 n
8FNTIMENT IN FAVOR OF to CAPT. W. A. SHAW a 90 to r0 s Ar? .Ma rr. ? T Dt till ae
reach the patient more quickly and IS' APPOINTED TO SAIL AH FOLLOWS '
J Mf:..i'i..L. BETTER COUNTRY ROADS. would be to do a better part by > Leave Jacksonville 3:3: p. m.,Sunday.Tuendnyn. and Thomdays. 8AN MATED BKAJTOH.SANTOBD ,
I -:: ... the patient Leave Baiiforcl 9:<10 V. .and F iU..)".
Southbound, :toad down SO HJClvl/Utr. MorthbouniiMtoa\up. No. 57 ae. 4{ No.
aruatoae, 48Daly'
tlrlKdnn of Good Uon: boolAere..lbUUy Kaetor 6tepa: .. ............... ....1"alatka.... ........ .... Levee 8:00pm. 51 a v.. .... ... ... .. .
In p .
YOU KNOW WHAT .. sat atka.. ....,.. ...., ... ..
TAKING einam.... ............ Astor .... ... 2ItIVIU.: la a e3 a Ar.. ., .LvI 6Ooa
RdapHllon !fatale! !. Mraearvd by .::80.10............. ...St. Fran. ......: ..... 1 1:00 pm. S.n Mateo .. I a
It. liana. When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill .. .. ........BerevtordDet.awl. ).....\....... ... II:INt n'o. BHAJNOH.
t Tonlo because the formula Is plainly n .J I:00cm. OiHAWOB CITY BBAJTOH.r .
t ,. The counties of soutborn Alabamamet printed on every; bottle showing that It Is Arrive 8:8emam:::::::;::::::::::!..aaoI.ed. :::;::::::.'::.:: .: U:3uany tr' No. TODallx No. 3Daily N..r, '

,61 In. convention at Mobile recently simgly; Iron and Quinine In a tasteless Gen'I Passenger and'' Ticket Offlce,2O4W. Bay St.,Jacksonville*, Dally STAXIOMI. DrUp ftranoxa. Dsll No, t 7
fo/m. UOcte.Ths
and No cure., No pay. 7 Oft a v. ..?,.,. /euvl ta..........Ar to 3 ,.
OS1 10 10
organized a good roads flsoocla'tioo A.O.HAOKKTY. Xait'n Pans. .. t.M.IRON MONGER JR.,Jtrtt.Oen..PaM.Agt.WSlateSt.PIewTork T 15c ...i.........Ml tn ,,.,,.,.,,,, 07p p '9 41 > 11 ail aM ,v..N.. Stryrna..Ar H len'Lr 49 ,
i4 elected officers and adopted a v net *. j 204WeetN.y at..Jacksonville FlaTHO8. a 88aMa be..Oateen.,,., .....L. 11 12. 4 09 p 88'a p
D. HALEY Local; t C. P.LOVKLL.: Amt.Fla.Sinit.. Lv......,.,XnUrprln...,...,I.v 11 80 aIt ;40 11 4S.a City Lv 99;l
merles of resolutions demanding such The grossest Injury which Dickens: f i legislation da will place the state In over inflicted on a fellow being was JOHN. L. HOWARD,SeperlntendaaFeatHoganSt.Jaekeonvine.Fla.
.THKO. O. KOJCK: General ManaMr. VTM. f OLYIIB a CO.. ..neral AjpDt80. Thsee Time Tablet show the
MI: position t9 j plan and construct public his too accurate portrait of an Innocent CbeMbrongk Building u>'State at...OpixxrtiMattery Park New _ria:.. ___ from Ch..1. their times arrlv.1 at or whloh departure train mar the be times ranwtMl: H J

d Toads in a more scientific manner than man In his Squeers. That Yorkshire O. II. WAL/irON; Agent Titusvllle, Fla.SE nor thereTrom does aIM ssra I..." llponalbk tor' any dolor ur any etated consequences Is not jfu..ran art

at, present obtains. schoolmasters were, as a rule
1 cruet and wicked 'enough It U true but Peninsular and Occidental
The lIon. Steamship
J. W. Abercrombie, super. Gonnections at Mia;
the particular schoolmaster who was
}ateadentct public Instruction for the> and <>.A. I>, BETWEEN":
recognized who recognized himself :TVTtA.TVrA., KEY WES AHT' HAVANA.8OTJTHBOUNT .
fate otAil1bama.: dlscpsacd) the sub as the original Sqneers seems to>

ject ot "Oooil Roads and Their Relation bare been an exception to the"rule.It AIR LINE RAILWAY. : >. NORTHBOUND

I XT.:M'I...... If one. Worts......... ......11 00 Dw. TTavana, ... .
to Country Schools. lie spoke In will be remembered that Dickens Ar.KfT .. p IH Thur ........ .. .10 J
WesaTues. ThUL- 80 p Ar. Key W"lIto.Tu_. Thura ....,.
part na follows: and his Illustrator traveled together Lv Ky West Tue Thun................ 7 80 p Ev. Key West.Tiw. Than,........ 0
V\ "The enrollment In the white schools. to the north of England for the pur Capital City Route.. IrBevsnaWeds.Fri................... 5 oo. Ar. Miami W..d.... Vrlft. ...................6
pOliO'of collecting material for "} lckIcbv" For copy of Local Time Card adOreu any Age1>1P.
of Alabama Is only (04 per cent of the The Shortest Route.
school population. In the colored and especially for the pothe- J. D. RAirtTEB Asst. Oen. Pass. Agent ST. AUGUSTINE, FI
boys episode. At Great Bridge they The Best: JUne.I .
schools. It I I.* only 48 peV ccut Deduct.
visited a boarding school known as

ing 23 per cent for withdrawals) and Bowes academy, The master William ... Only line with Double Doily Servt. Including Sundays to.. .... ,.".,= "" "'.=-- -.- -,

t;; Irregularity In attendance which Is avery Shaw, received the strangers with SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PIKES, BICIIMONUj.WASUINOTON : ,i .
low estimate, wo have a dully attendance "some' hauteur and did not as much as BALTIMORE. PHILADELPHIA, NEWWITH Y tlJC, roivHmond -
t In the white schools of 48 per withdraw Ms: eyes. from the operation r
1 cent of "school, population and In the of pt'ul1l1lldnA'> during the Interview.- PULHAN'S BEST CARS. Ria Washington. Baltimore

1 ''\ colored schools a dully attendance of Plila nlcetrhcd: him lu the act: Bz The Florida and Metropolitan Limited a solid veafibuled train, St. 'Auurustlne sad Phl1ad..lphh Boston. Atlanta

80 per rent. In those states where the ,described the act. The personal] peculiarities Jacksonville to-New Yoik, conHUtlnf l>lii] >tf. Compartment, CcMn Coolie, I Ashw.-Ule Chattarxooga Louisville

I roads are pood: the average dally attendance of William Shaw there recognized Observation and )Urawiog Room Sleeping Cars. Cincinnati Ct. Touts Kansas City

.,, in from 2\ per cent to CO percent In Sq\1,1'1'8. Shnw l bekamea butt i Only line opeiMIng dally through; Pullman Car' Service Jacksonville Orleans Detroit Cleveland PittsburyjChiceidoe

greater. It ,lit. reasonable,, to con or popular ridicule, lout his pupils and I' For sleeper reservations and further Information write te.

: elude then that "Hoiiii'thlug, benldeg general finally died of a br ken heart. Yet I. A. O. MAcDONELL: ; Aunt.", Gen Pas, Ajrt. J ok8(>nvHl.rPl
Interest Is nt'ct-nwury. there, Is Abundant evidence to prove I. J. M. BARB, R. E. L. BUNCI1V
"Thougb the interest be widespread! that he was a really excellent and kindhearted 1. Y. P. G. M., len. Pass. AjpH.POBTSMOtTTlI olieSOUTUfRN

j ; and Intense the enrollment and attendance uiun, who way made t* suffer! VA.

! ;' will be regulated greatly by the for the misdeeds of) 'his neighbors.! ----- .---- --;---- --
coat of going. For several yearn our Literary Era.Ant .

common schools have boon practicallyfree. Dixie Flyer: Route RAILWAYROUTE

.. Now they are entirely) free for at and Mn/ netlim.
, least tour months In the year. Yet That ants doctor their sick by hypnotism NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA, & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY sad

0 the, attendance la not as large or as and magnetism la proved by ob WESTERN ATLANTIC RAILROAD, OF THE CEtCBRATED TRAINS:

: regular as It should be--not 811 I large or servation. An ardent student tells. bow -route of the- -

,I as regular as It Is In many other states. he witnessed what may be termed a CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITED TRAIN THe SotxtHem Palm Limited
Hence we conclude that ,something besides sennce In medical science among ants.He .
general Interest and free tuition saw several of these little creatures and Thel Washington RicHmond and

II Is needed. emerge from toe hill and noticed thai DIXIE FLYER SLEEPING CARS. Florida Limited
"Somebody may suggest tbat the!' there were some' among them which The Chicago and Florida Limited Is quickest train from St. Augustine and .

ii great necessity Is a competent tench- were weak and emaciated-Invalids. In Jacksonville. THe New YorK and Florida Express

I. lug force. It Is conceded 1 believe, tact. They were accompanied by Chattanooga,Nashrtlle, Louisville, St. Louis and CLIcngo with Pullman!
I by those who are experienced In such healthy members of the community, finest Observation and Drawing. Room Sleepers, Dining oars, etc, through without TO THE EAST

' r l matters that no school can .be a success. and all'made their way toward a dla- cliango. The rations Dixie: Flier all the year tound deeper via Atlanta and

In the fullest sense of the term cant moun Marlin,, through to St. Louis, without change. THe CHicago and Florida Special

k without a thoroughly qualified teacher, On following their movements througha For Information relative to rates schedules eta., writ to... THe Florida
In whom the have faith. It DOYLE Fla. Pass. Jacksonville Fla. Limited
one people glass the observer saw on this mounda 'r. M. Agt, ,

.. was for that reason that the lawmakIng big and sturdy ant which\ made some C. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass. Agt. II. F. SMITH, Traffic Manager TO THE NORTH AND WeST.

power established recently a new motions in the direction of the advancing A.t.lantaOa.. Nasbrllle, Tenn.

system tor the examination and certification Invalids. The latter went up the

of teachers, by which the qualifications mound, one by one. and submitted Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cittctnnatl[, via

of the teachers In the public themselves to treatment. This consisted Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky."

schools have been Increased more than In tho physician ant passing his feelers PLA.NTSYSTEM. Through trains via The Southern Railway .are operated m.

100 per cent. The board created for over the bend and body of the patient connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway

that purpose has labored faithfully '!In a manner distinctly suggestiveof -""'- Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining: Cars on all! through
q and Impartially and fearlessly to lIml. .the hypnotizing of nerves and muscles trains.
nate from the ranks of the educators practiced by human doctors. Every The Great Through Car Line from Florida;Connections

'r ; those who are not qualified for the one went through the treatment; TO the East t via all) rall The Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston Richmond Ask for Ticket via Southern Railway. Crripondeset SG lolte4.

service. Great things have been accomplished then the patients went buck and the and Washington. The Southern! Hallway via Savannah, Columbia

In that direction. Our doctor marched off In the opposite di and Washington. H. F. CAREY FU. P..
Agt. loa V. Bay SU JckoovUU, FU.
teachers are better fitted for efficient rection.MemorlnI. and The L 4
The Southern R'y via Je up. Atlanta Chattanooga :
} service than ever before. Yet the attendance To the West N, via Montgomery.( : ,The Southern n', via Savannah Columbiaand S. H. HARDWICK, V. H. TAYLOE.
upon the schools, the country to <<<).... Victoria. Aahevllle. The MAO R'y via Montgomery.
schools especially, Is too frequently The English,; colony at Nice is goingto General. Passenger Agent, AWt Gcal Paw Afeat,
Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York,
small and Irregular. Something Is necessary establish u hospital for British subjects Tft the East Philadelphia Steamship.and Boston via Savannah and Merchants. Miners 'Washington. D. C. Atlanta. Cia..J. .

: / other than general Interest or as a memorial to Queen Victoria. Transportation Company for Baltimore. .v..vs 15. 190 .
free tuition or Qualified teachers."A One visitor contributed $.'.OOO at the To Key West and ilavanaviaPort Tampa and Peninsular Occidental SteamshipsTo

school DIllY have all these things, meeting at which the hospital"' was de- Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island, via Boston and Canada, I-
may be perfectly equipped ns to building elded upon. Clml.... which her majesty Atlantic and Plant Steamship line for Halifax.: BTawkesbury and Charlot.te. town.'V'VXN'TE II I

furnishings! and trained teacher was so fond of visiting la near NIc*.
and nt the !same! time prove to be a failure \ ;, TOURISTS: TIGIs7TSi: THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE

on account of lack of accessibility. Comity and StrengthAre will be on sale throughout the Northern, Eastern Western and Southern State. to ,

l Accessibility depends upon the quality all FLORIDA. RESORTS via the Plant System during the season of 1!)O1.\U2.11m-\ Patented. In the United
.. of the public roads. Our good public desirable TOU are strong( and ited to return until May 31st, with liberal stopover privileges In Florida. Great Britain and Canada
roads are on a par with our good vlgornii,when your blood Is pure. Many Addresses of parties In the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally supplied .
-nay', rno t-womon, fall to properly digest matter. PRICE, $4.00 and 8.00 EACH. U
I' "olioollioimes. The one would be about with Information and handsome advertising Should be used by every Boat Builder In the
their fond, and so become pale sallow
ns difficult to find as the other. What For Information as to rates, sleeping car reservation eta., call on or writ to'F. In Use
'} thin and weak, while the brightness, by some of the Principal Boat Builders In the United States.For .
In the encouragement to erect good
freshness and beauty of the skin and complexion
I M. Jolly Division Passenger Agent: Sale by .
buildings along Impassable highways? depart. Kemedy this un pleas-
4 4{ We do not build good residences even aut evil, by eating; nourishing food, and 133 Went Hay St., Actor Block Jacksonville, Fla., Jas. Pritchard & Son

In such, place. Business establishments i taking a small dose of Heroine after each B. W. ,Wren n i Passenger Traffic Manager Savannah, Ga. I TITUSVILLE, -_., FLORID
and Industrial enterprises do not meal, to digest what you have eaten.
I I flourish there. Inaccessibility! .. and high. I Wets at D. K. Wilson & Son. W. B. DENHAM General Superintendent, Savannah, Oa. SEE THE TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS.!



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otAN t-v-EJe: :: I30TRL: '
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: ... Itu.ln... Already !Started! Amid thDeltrU >.
of the v'lr*. Seaside Hotel CORONADO BEACH, FLA.
TITUSVILLE of Competitive ModelsIn Promise of unique opportunity to wit 1J. (One of the finest beaches In the world.) ,

Corcoran Art Gallery. nee* a l.nKIxectlon of the most popular Under now management. Thoroughly repaired and renovated. Five minutes
resort on the' Atlantic coast In ruins walk to North Ini Ian River bridge-the finest Hulling/ ground on the Coast.
FLORIDA. -- attracted uetuendous. crowds to Atlantic Surf bathing every month In the year. Large !Sun: Pavilion facing the Ocean.
HOW FINAL CHOICE WILL :BE MADE A pleasant winter home at reasonable rates for those who are lu search of rethl'o.lth ,
City :N ... the other day the
says and pleasure. Hotel wagonette meets all train. at New !Kmyina: depot.
J. O. BAST Near:, Yolk Times. But those who expected PoHtofllce. In hotel. 11EKHERT L. LEOO, Manager.

t Proprietor. Model of Henry Kndion Kltion At.trncllnir to lint( the undisturbed" debris of _.___ __.. ___ _n_ 'n _. __ On-__.
tho 1lo.t Attention-Fa. :
the recent great tire were disappointed. COCOA.

DUCK SHOOTING moan Soldier' Widow Purtlcnlarlrf Instead they beheld one of the most 6

leaaed With It-"Voted Sculptor of striking Instances of the operation of
t 1 I
I ? and FISIIINO. Indian Una a Striking Dnlarn. 'American spirit yet recoiled. Instead .

Persons who bare wondered how the of a city worrying over the destructive Centrally looatod. Large airy, well kept rooms. Bath convenient ;

= Rates: $:!.iiO per day. $230,000 which congress appropriatedfor visitation, they found part of Rates: $1,30 per day; special term by week or month.

the Grant memorial Washington the ruined section actually In process .. .- ...--:.
$10 and $12 per week. was to be spent ,In statuary have, their of rebuilding while In other parts menwere MKItlUTT MerrltfM Jilniul. .
question answered byA'a visit to the urging the still remaining fire to ,
consume the unburned wood. Impatient
Corcoran Art gallery, where the com
JACKSONVILLE. of the delay to their rebuilding. Hotel RiYeniew OX INDIAN RIVER vMKRRITT :
petitive models exhibited writes :1
Th8' ruined section is In the shape of FLA.
the New York Pots special corre ,
a triangle with a base of about three
spondent. The idea which bus appealedto blocks' length and two sides of about On nigh Pine Land. Health, comfort and sport. No better Hunting

/GAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. most sculptors Is that of a peristyle two blocks' length. Th base of the and Fishing In Florida Sulphur Swimming lUtli.: Fine yachting

of generous pioportl'ons forming a triangle was a section of Atlantic City's Now Open. J. J. WILKINSON, Proprietor.

ol famous board walk. The city council .. .. .. .
background for an equestrian statue - --- -

postofflce. Centrally located. Grant. Perhaps half of the models are wet on Friday night (April 4) and made WEST I'AiM BEACH e
Opposite Thoroughly repaired and
preparations to build Unit. While the
on this order. Another ,class consists
nofstecl. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally; conducted of huge pedestals with an equestrian steel girders were still) hot the workmen
began building early Friday morulng. HOTEL SEMINOLEVEST PALM 1IEACH, FLA. 1Up I
Bates |2,50 per day and up. statue of Grant at the top or perhaps and before 3 o't loch tho next afternoon

B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. with an emblematical: figure at the top proraenaders were admitted upon the! -to-date and modern In appointments'with largo airy rooms, which
and Grant In front of the base. Anotb rebuilt pottloa. will appeal to the comfort loving touiUts. Hit: anted directly opposite the

er plan for giving an air of elaborationto Still more remarkable was .the spiritof Royal Poinclaua, commanding a magnificent view up and down Luke Worth.
the work* is the construction of a the Individuals whose stores and ho- The house hits boon thoroughly renovated I, and la under new management. 4
KTMORELAND HOTEL West B y aQd Cedar Stre ts. huge platform perhaps 300 feet long, tels were destroyed.. Among the establishments Superior cuisine, with northern white waitresses Hunting! Fishing, .Boating,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. second to none. Rates, f 2 to.i. per day. ttpecUl) by the week For prosp o-
with flguies appropriately placed which leveled to the
group were
tus and Information apply to .J. C. HUMMERS, Prop, I
American plan., Centrally located. Just built and opened and an equestrian statue of Grunt tll'ncbVIIS n "five and ten cent store. ..
It from the uiludle of the -- r -- -- ,
overlooking While yet the embers smoldered here
this season. Fine cooking and good table.
Hot and Cold -
rear line. These designs have a parade and there this concern put up a new' SANFOUU ,
Baths, Elevator, .etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All ground effect and me perhaps the uioal fence around the territory' once occu -, '

sheet cars past, the door. Rates, $2.00 to $3.50 per day. warlike In their character of any. pled by the store and placed a dozen The HOTEL WILTON SANFORI, FLA.
The models may again be divided In. negroes to work digging out the broken :
all the Rates 00
Open year. $2 day. !
Mrs. A. J. WALKER per
Proprietor. to four classes: The first contains thoseIn crockery and trinkets which remained.!
A flrnt-clnn home-like hotel. Near steamboat landing. Five lines of rail '
which everything is subordinated to : These were placed on a counter ulou
some great Ideal of Grant's life like the fence, and people stood three deep roatln. Steamboat service Jacksonville\ Sulphur swimming pool. Good

ie Windle l 19 East Forsyth Street. the reconciliation of the sections or the all day long buying or struggling to buy hunting and fishing M. C. SAVAGE,_ Prop.
e CJ JACKSONVILLE FLA. peace and prosperity of the united "souvenirs of the big tire. 6 and 10''
.. ..
second -- --- -- -- -- -
country; the consists of those In cents. Trinkets melted Into freak .
which the personality of the hero Is shapes sold for even more than they NIW YORK P
European plan. Dining Cafe; new and first-class la all appointments.Center I
chiefly emphasized; the third class lathe brought when new. '
of city. Near all car lines. Open for rooms November 15th; monumental the personal and even Around one of the burned lots a tremendous

Care, November'19th Rooms, one person one day, $1 and up; by the the Ideal elements being subordinatedto signboard fence was creoted Hotel Kensington Fifth Ave. and 151 h street, 1

week, 3.50 and up. a demand for a great and Impressivestructure ODe night.; The next day that board New York i fi
; the fourth class may be was covered with bills one of which
C. B. SMITH, Proprietor.THE characterized as decorative. In these announced that It tees "the site of the Select Family and Transient Hotel. European) Plan '' j : '

the personality of Grunt is to minimis: new Iterkelry hotel, absolutely fire- Restaurant. the StHiidaul of Excellence
: : ::e7"JO'I'Oet:: : : : ed that for the most part they would proof." Other signs announced the GEORGE 0. HOWE, Proprietor .

Cor. Main and Adams Streets., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. apply as well to almost anybody\ else prompt rebuilding of other establish Late of the BiioklnKlmm Pt. Augustine, end other Floi Ida hotels v
The Henry Hudson Kltsoa ments. 6
Everything new; centrally located ; elegant: suites with private baths; free of Boston Is attracting much attention The tradesmen wore very enterprising -

bus.- Rates, American $2 to fj; European, rooms 75o:) and upwards. Specialrates Mrs. Grant and other members of the In getting a new start, Even In THE HAMILTON .n h Mieel, l het. Hioarlway and 'Sixth Avenue,

family who have visited the gallery smoky "ruins could be sea such a signas NEW YORK .
to commercial travelers: .
express themselves as particularly "Sonl<'wlult Hiuoked but not foKKfd.
Modern! Fireproof Apartment Hotel. Central and Desirably
pleased with the representation It See we at _. One photographer! .
Located, Will! Comfort and Convenience.
makes of Grunt himself. To the, general was burned out but lit eared bits uegutlves < every
public It appeals particularly because und uccouut book, und today be Furnished and Uuf.ui, 'uUlioil. i

of Its originality. The nervousness has up a billboard to this(. effect: "All OKOnOE W. MORTON. "

iWere Restaurant and Cafe JACKSONVILLE, FLA. and Impatience or a beautiful photographs ordered from will be --_ -- -- __ -- ---- -- -- --- -.. --.-- -
horse contrast ,with the calmness of delivered f'om's, gallery tills
the! wan who has dismounted to view week." Other tradesmen who lost everything Official :supply; Douse of The Illinois Fishermen's Association

Over Belvedere Saloon, 2nd floor. Opposite PostofHce. the scene of ad\auce. He Is standing promptly purchased a part of --

on a natural elevation which bring the stuck of, others carrying a similar The Chicago Net and Twine Co.
\ him so above the horse as not to be obscured line and have opened booths on the

Private Dining Rooms Newly Furnished Bedrooms. By the Day, Week liv It from any point of observa Chelsea or lower- portion of the board Manufacturers of- S I IH IIFISHING IQ Ia Iq
tlon. Grant's freedom from "frills" of walk. !fa

all so\:ts. even his dislike for sword Those owning shops near the .fire
or Month. Meals cooked to order only. Open day and night. aud gloves Is exemplified In this rep* have already begun preparations for

resentatlou of him. There is a romantic disposing of their burned stocks. One p.iI ..
touch too. about the figure which trinket store Is doing business without
LOU CORN, Manager. Influences strongly all beholders. The doors or windows, while other stores

colonnade by which It Is half surround. are already rapidly disposing of theirtock
ed affords an excellent chance for representation at "half price" The sign "(O"lre
ST. AUGUSTINE.lotel of the- notable scenes of Sale" is on numerous stores, and their I

Grant's life where they may be studIed owners are doing an unprecedented

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. by visitors free frond the glare of business, the prices being In many NETS and Netting of Every De crlptlon a

I Magnolia I the sun an Important factor for, one- cases above what tbey were !before the tJonlors In ttelnu Twine, Maitre Cord, Rope, Kic. tf
Opened for the season of 1902. third of the year In Washington. conllll/trll/, UtJll. Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
Scenes In baa-relief In other designs are !Many have taken advantage of the 79-MI-KI: K. Indiana St. Cblunuo, 111.
1 A large addition has been constructed adding Fifty More Rooms unprotected In this way. The climatic fire to advertise their wares and enter ... ..ntlfJn The ADVOCATE In your letter...

most of which have a Southern Exposure. They are newly and ,. objection Is also urged against the "pa prises. Work bus began on Young's, --- --
Wp are Members of the Illinois YI"hermen'lI Association
with Private rade ground" designs which would ocean pier und that will be completelyrepaired _
handsomely furnished, and nearly: all are connected --- --- ---- -- 9 4
look hot from the reflection of the sun in u few days also. Tbo pier
Bntlis. The dining room baa been enlarged to nearly twice Its for .. _.. -
damaged. ------ - -- --- - -
on the light colored stone tor a greater was not very seriously
mer size, and various other Improvements have also been made at an
of the -
part year.
Expenditure of $!SOOOO. A first-class Orchestra will furnish The model of Mr. J. Massey Ithlntl li A VALUABLE MEIICINE

muslo twice dally. Sates $2.CO to $t.OO per day. Special weekly and attracting a great deal of attention For Cnuglis und Cold In Children. e

monthly jates. Special terms to parties. from the massive character of Its repre "I have not the slightest hesitancy In v i

f PALMER & MCDOWELL, Proprietors. sentation of the hero who Is astride an recommending Chamberlain's Cough .
- enormous !horse. The artist has sought Hemedy to all who are suffering from
to produce a spblnslllce; effect. impressing coughs or colds," says Clms.. M. Cramer,
;fLORIDA'HO'USE ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. In the most yiipuatic manner the s well known watch maker, of Colombo

The Old City By-the-Sea. heroic character of the subject The Ceylon. "It has been some two years
since the first called
City Dispensary my
I lower platform or pedestal, resemble
TOURISTS' AND TRAVELERS' FAVORITE.This attention to this valuable medicine and
of Greek In all i
located. Has all modern improvements the pavement a temple i have repeatedly used It and It has always )-
popular house is most centrally Its details and approaches
been beneficial. It bas cored me
including STEAM 1IEAT. lias more rooms with SOUTHERN. EXPOSUREthan Solon II. Itorglum. the Missouri artist quickly all chest colds. It Is especially
whose work In the west with the In' effective for children and seldom f
any hotel In town; accommodates 2,>0. -6- 7 I IA
dluns has attracted so much attention takes more than one bottle to cure themof
RATES' : $2.b0 to $3.00 per day. Special Weekly Rates.F. contributes a model which is mart hoamenens. I have persuaded manyto

..' C. IIAYDEN', Manager strictly Ideal In Its design than any try this medicine, and they are all as"
- would the well pleased as myself over the result .
other. He not even put
--- -- For sale by all druggists and medicine
-- ,
names of battles into View but Instead i
DAYTONA. has filled the spaces on two sides ol .
- the pedestal with the flog of the Union \ ,

An emblematic figure holding up till \ I I i if

DAYTONA, standard of the country surmounts tbl r
Grand Atlantic top while Grant himself appears on
FLORIDA. horseback under an arch at the front of A Sample copy of one of the best farm f, I I Ia

the pedestal. The artist has thrown all papers published, free, If you will send

DAYTONA'S' LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL. the emphasis upon the Ideals of fraternity your name on a postal card, mentioningthis
peace and prosperity, wblcU .
OPEN ALL THE YEAR. were the alms et Urll n"t's career. Tb paper. / I
Baths. quotation from the dying Grunt ex TUB:\PLOWBOT Co., '? t 1 ,
Capacity Larjre, sunny II
200. Modern In all Its appointments. pressing his faith tbat the country,. was )
and fish- Atlanta, Oa.
Billiards South facing sun parlors. Verandas and l.iwns.: Boating on the eve of a new era of great harmony /
'fug between. the sections appears ; J 1 1St 1
/ from pier in front of house. Send for boukiet.T F ,
In tbe Inscriptions and li -
JOIINbON A SONS, Proprietors. prominently ;.: I
A. ; I
JAS. 1 1I
clearly the thought which the artlsl. J_ To -
--::- --_ -- had most In mind. Ills splendid norm \ ', < I t tt
A1JItIU'Zg. studies In the west are shown to good Florida/ "," '

-- I i. advantage here. Models are also exnlt "' f. ., ,, rr >/
ted[ by Attllo PIcclvllll. L, Amatels and :' /
totel Clarendon Inn. B. C. Miller. Maga/inc, :,; I I r.

Colonnades... The commission appointed to. select _
the final design will probably bold It* An : .1: -
On-'fheRiver."! On-The-Ocean. ifst meeting In a few days. Six designs ..., t

Bat"'4 :1,50: per day and up, $17,50 to Rates, *..30 per day to $3. $14.00 to are first to be selected from UM Illustrated ."W ti i
Pei week. whole number submitted and .from 0"_ iVIonlbly. '
week and fl.. O) per .
Cuisine up. Electric Ugl1t.., Furnace Heat, Uptodate among these the final selection will tx ,

alida.itea unsurpassed. In any hotel In house. made. The commission Is at liberty M I ONE DOLLAR A YEAR: *:.'
the Claren- secure the advice of artists In makingts ..
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the Sea -- - - --
Heat, Electric Lights., Best of For those desiring In Florida. selection. Each of the six. scalp ton I send for Sample Copy; 'j,
!"rtce. j' don.Inn has the finest: location of the loner circle will receive bone ,- THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICEPrints

Orchestra at both houses after the 15th of January.ross and the recipient of the final award '',Address. O. D. ACKERLYr
river to the hotels. win be paid according to'tb. contract f. "i 1, of Ton merclal ( :
Take train to Daytona, then 'Bus a : the Publisher Jacksonville. Fla. sll kinds ititlooery, Wedding 8tsti a rjrf Cards BIll.JEW!
POST & GILL, Managers. for (be erection: of the memorial. I

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FLORIDA Visitors are Invited WASHINGTON SOCIETY.. Robbins & Graham Go. E. :::1:.. ::ee:: :c
to the Jewelry and Houveilr shops of the Dlaappolatmeats Thai Await the DEALERS IN-

1'1.' ... Co..n'. WII. (Incorporated) GROCERIES GRAIN AND AND ALL FOOD
; /loOJJ9: The rural l congressman's wife ambitious PAID UP CAPITAL $23,000.00. HAY PRO!

to be In society and who fondly We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPS FKRTr
Jacksonville, 41 W. Bay St. ; St. Augus- Imagines that election to the house of This company owns We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all !
tine In the Aloozn-; Palm Beach, the rotuntla ers. Write us for Grain and all Groceries delivered
representatives carries with It tbe !golden prices on at your ntni-
tunda of of the Royal Poinolana Palm; Nassau Miami, ,rotunda the ro key to unlock all doors learns her :ZLA.: IfcT ID S, E. L. BRADY BRO. TITUSVILLE, F

of the Colonial Hotel. first and bitter lesson when she discovers In the Indian River Country; On the St.
that position means something but
Lucie River; at New River and on Bay S W
persons are everything. Such a woman CARROLLDealer

...THE ANHEUSER BUSCH. Read What The Doctors Hay. comes to Washington full of her own Blscayne. Prices to suit the times. ,

b Importance profoundly Impressed with In-
MAITLAKD FLA.,Oct in. loot. Send for Land List.
Brewing Asso's.' The Hanoook Liquid Sulphur' Baltimore Md.Wentlenenl the greatness of her husband fondly GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT
; have :bull Enema over thirtyyarn. believing that the wife of the president. Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Flat AND YEGETA
.Itav trio, .
various 1 jJivnlcJaim.anany8medle"lint to nothing prewiritxirt ban the(ll by.- the wives of the members of the cabinet GEO. M. ROBBINS, ". A. MORQAN, Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your Patronage Solid!
i' Famous St.Louie Keg/ and JlotJd ease yielded. re.chly a* to Liquor Hiilpluir 1 the wives of the senators, will re- President. JLotnary.Brevard .. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
think If need properly it m undoubtedly a l>ecitlo -
Deer. ceive her with
: for Kciumia. 1 have prescribed It for others open arms that she will .
-- -- -' -- --
Bold bj M 8lra. F.A. I.osleyand: with most at(.fa..,tx>ry re.nltn. I ooD.l bent remedy' for outaneom affection I have
ever ,
R. L. Motlow Titunllle.Fla.B7 known and regard it M the greatest medloal ban' read In her local paper, that she INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTOR
discovery of the age. heap ectfIIy yours., will get her name In the newspapers WILL FURNI8PAbstracts )
1't Mr.It.L.hollow,Coooa,Via. W. A. J1BAK1, M. D.
and her dresses' will be described of Title TITUSVILLE: FLA.

v I JOSEPHZAPFSole For Sale by J. B. SCREVEN druggist, was that of the governor's wife at 8S// -FOK LANDS JN1 la prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special nj
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.R. last m.. a-ni charity rhi ball. disillusionment' She Brevard County. paid sacking for Yachts for family use. Fair dealing!I. my motto

Agent. T. T.WETMORE: : Proprietor.Whaler's .
R, learns that while a, congressman may Office under Law Office of .

610 to 020 West Bay'Street, R. RICOU &: SONS, JENSEN. be a very big man in his district be Is OEO. M. ROBBINS, -- -- -

a very small man In Washington until TITUSVILLE, FLA.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.TOONI'S Air. Rloou,the senior partner of the he has established bill right to be regarded
y firm, commenced his career In the office as above the average. It be has Jewelry Store.

I'a of Geo A. Hudson, deceased. of Savannah money and tact, be may soon attract at- East Coast Meat Market
Ua. lie was the pioneer fisherman tendon and cross the golden boundary.

j of Florida, having opened a fishery therein or if he has no money but much ability ,
RETREAT. IS7!). Mr. Klcou afterwards tilled the he will reach his destination by another O. F. DUREN, Agent. Watches Clocks Jewelry Silverware

position of foreman for Mr. Iludnon at route.-bnt if he has neither one a= ,
Savannah, Ga. In l&SO. During the C1t oo :
Choice nor the other if be Is simply ordinary _
on s:>o:>
mer he went north for .. .
fishing .
a change -
umber of SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine Watches
IWlnea Liquors and pleasure. Ha was afterwards In the congress/ a very fair C'-I
employ of Savarese & Bro., for three specimen of middle class commonplace : pa and Jewelry. All work warranted for 12 months.
and Clriare.Gilaranteed .
years as foreman and two Intelligence the social recognition for papa
which his wife =::s JCjT iIall Orders will receive prompt and careful attention
Pure. John Havareso at Tampa. From there sighs will never be berl'l.Ullrp '.

I, I Mr. RIcou went to Brunswick, Ua., r'B Magazine.An --
where he was engaged in the oysterpacking TITUSVILLE. FLORl
John B. Togni
: business, holding'different positions t' Mother '

NC). 105 East Bay Street, Corner Ocean. with the Oyster Cultivation Can A curious incident _. C'-I eeb -
''ly ning-Co., for two years. Mr Rloou wentto occurred a day or -
+ Near he old stand. C1tA
two on an elevated train. Two
Florida from Brunswick, and locatedat ago A. y
::1 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Titimvllle, with little or no capital. women and a boy entered and found __ Special AttentionGIVEN

------" ------- The Indian River fishing was so attractive every tnt occupied. A kind hearted CITUSVILLE,. FLORIDA.
r he decided to locate there permanently young woiunn who was vented' took

East End Cafe and selected Jensen as,the place the boy a sturdy little fellow of five: : TO MAIL ORDERS 'OR-
that offered the best
years or so. on her lap. knowing that It
liicou went to work with thebject of Hardware Tinware
WM. J. HOBAN Is even harder! for n child to stand, than Crockery, Glassvraj
Piop'r. building up a successful business one
for a grown perxou. She:! held him for
that he could
1 turn over to his song and
Wines, Liquors and Cigars., feel that when accomplished bd bad donu some time, and then the mother and Harness and. Stoves.

1 all that could be expected: of him. It friend were enabled to get seats oppo
was a hard struggle for years, for lie bad site. Naturally the volunteer nurse jC sr-Our Stock is Complete and We- Can Fill Orders Prom

;.Put of town orders given prompt attention many setbacks, but finally got the business prepared to resign/ her charge expect.
on good foundation( and to-day he ing that his mother would call bum to
Jug; trade a specialty. I I Is recognized >as the largest/ handler of Bef lap. ---.-....... -., -.,-,__ Jas. Pritchard c& Son!
Indian River fUh In Florida.
Not a bit of itt Tbe two talked comfortably
Mr. RIcou has from $12,000 to 15,00i Postofflce Box 212
without! glvlug to
/ a thought
Invested In flshlng tackle boats
gear, ,
Cor. Cay and Catherine Sts, nets, Ice and filth houses, camps, etc. He tbe stranger who was still holding the Titusville Florid:
zi 'I Jacksonville .. Florida} owns 82: round-bottom and 22 sea skiffs. boy and was wondering. amusedly Just w ih
Ha employs HO men and-fishes outside what kind of' mentality was responsible t oar

. t t at Fort Pierce, Gilbert's Bar, Lantana for the mother's singular .thought
and Jupiter Inlet. lIe is using gill oats lessness.-New York Tribune

p altogether at present, lIe has nine small ,THE YEARS TO COME Seeds For. Summer Crops.
cottages which he furnishes rent free to
his men, who receive good treatment Literrr Coff". Top.... have no terrors for the well Insured man.

and show their appreciation by doing The roll of literary men who have lie Is secure In the knowledge that what

good work. been passionately fond oft\ that ever happens Ills family Is well providedfor. Millets, Sorghums, Soja Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts Chufas, Teosinte GBeggarweedclean. |
Mr. Rloou has done much good for the Coffee which makes the politician wise .
morals of the fishermen and is to be And see all things through his baIt shuteyes And the cost of this security is ,

commended. He baa flan\ houses at Lantana .,, really very small. Our rates on '

l 1864 875fasvrPaa. and Jupiter Inlet He makes a Is decidedly shorter than that of the L:1fo: : Xrxj3TjLJC.eixa.ooare : C,<> F-EA.'i: :

/ specialty' pompano, Spanish mackerel Illustrious tea tipplers. although today Whlppc Clays, Wonderful Black Unknown, Ladyfingers.
and Bheepbead, shipping 40 to 50 barrels perhaps' tbe difference ItS fast disap moderate and by taklngiJut! a policy Clean Bright Stock; Lowest Prices Conch Peas, 85o per qt., Postpaid: $1

per day in season, lie also handled large pearing. Voltaire, tbe king of wits' and at an early age the benefits are greater peck; $..23: bushel.

quantities of trout, mullett, etc. The litterateurs, was' the king. too. of coffee and premiums lower.SCHUYLER Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden Tools; Fertilizers.
.,< "F., .:' -to"\f; ; >j"f' demand for exceeds the supply.
; . pompano In his .old be took
drinkers. fifty
x.-; .,; : I. age & 3KANNINO, L. CAMERON THa> Seoc9 Store
From October to April he shipped 180,-
: f.. .. ::' '. ;::-' :':.: :- 000 Ibs. In eight shipments he handled cups a day. which sadly hurt his digestion TITU3VILLE, i FLORIDA. 126 East >3ay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
and hastened his death. The abstemious
100,()()() Ibs. Mr. Ricou is also interested Invited.
WITH THE NEW YEAR In the firm of RIcou: O'Brien, at Fort Balzac was fond of tbe same Correspondence -- ---- --

open up one of my bottles of Pleice.-New York Fishing( Gazette. drink stimulating himself with It from ESTABLISHED 1870.

"" OLD WINE OR WHISKEY -- midnight. when he begun his' literary It took 25 ;years to find out that Type.

health and of work;, till daybreak when starved and writers b. 11' upside down.
( and drink to the prosperity Antttor*' T.mi> nllon.. were
friends and self during the year. The nipetition' to n writer to reveal! self forgetful/ he would find blmoelfbarebondod -- M. Lane & Son

These goods are, pure ana wholesome forts' under the dunk of tlctlon In' enor und In dr..ln.lawn. / slid TI1E VISIlll-E:: WIUTIXO ,
t Unexoelled for richness, strength and sllppem. III the I'ltirt. du Carrousel. IKuontnt -
oiotiR. hut the dimmer/ In tMiuully great
3 Right for health and hospitality, There un few (MicoeHcful writers at the how lie came there. and miles OLIVER 250 WASHINGTON STREET,. NEW YORK.
from |
homeIteverrges.The ,
who have not been accused
present day
ROBT. L. MOTLOW, a In built light "Id I .' "P wherw Ihd workIs

a, TITUSVILLE'and UOUOA, FL. of certain"puttliiK fliiHS people or In iwiders their) there Toa an. Angler FI.I>. In sight. It is llsht.compiler simply Southern Fruit and Prodm

Immense piquancy udded to any character A finding; sitinck hud lately a strangecatch constructed, dnrobfe. ,, cliliie--easily
and clelnef.aligns/
off the Kddvntone lighthouse. It learned, opexted) 1 ;
L. A. Ilildrotli. ,
who be suspected of being
DUlY perfectly, and 1 needs least repelra.I! _
r "real." and the success that an autobiographical was an enormous specimen of tbat rare Cozzs.missiort:: T ::
t Dealer In Foreign and Domestic Brands I "society novel" would and curious sea" monster the anglerfish.

I ...of.... achieve Is too brilliant) to contemplate.Court It measured 4 feet 3 Inches long SPECIALTIES: : ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT, Stencils, Cards and cj
Journal. and 3 feet 2 Inches broad. capacity
of these fish for devouring quotations furnished onapplication.

Kara, Brandies, Whiskeys, Gins, Perel.te.t G.mbl.. large quantities of food Is something ---
marvelous but the peculiar thing Is
N Wines, Bottled Ales, Beer and Stout. In gambling the Filipinos are tbeDost that they chunjre/ tbe usual order of J. H. OETOENV: WILL H. OETOEN. ED. OETQESlOETCEXT ;
9 earth. As soon
nice on
The beat whiskey and liquors. served,by servant or day laborer gets a small things. for Instead of tbe bird catching
an a
J' tbe fish. In this Instance the fish & OETCE2T
polite and courteous attention. stake he stops work and gambles to get catches tbe bird and makes a meal of ; ,
rich quick. Monte and cockfighting
A first clans line of foreign are the choice methods. If successful him.have been Gulilemote.'seagulls discovered In the and stomachs ducks 23:) & 2\: EAST ADAMS ST., JACKSONVILLE, FILA.We .

1 and domestic olgars.' at play.the Filipino\ never works more.
If be loses everything, be will do'8ny' of these gluttons of tbe deep. I I ,,r6r'gill Solicit Consignments of all Kinds: of

S FAMILY and HOTEL TRADE Solicited thing to regain bis losa e. CT- Filter tubes are now for sale at PRICE, U7.50. Fruits, Produce, Vegetables, Poultry Eggs Salt Fish & Ro
careful ,
Prompt and attention given 1 this office, price 25cts; postage extra. *

i + to mall orders, accompanied by cash. Japaaeae Archer. W. S. BRAHN1HG, TitusYille! Fla Tile above goods are our speclaltlpn. We give all shipments our prompt an
In Japan archers test their arrows by Agent for Brevard County personal attention. We do not handle these goods as a sideline, but give", thai

!i L. A. IlILDRETII, balancing them on tile nails of the sec 'VISIT The most peculiar and Interest- Sold to responsible parties for$::25 cash all of our attention, and guarantee shippers best returns', honest jleiUinR an

ond and third fingers of the left band ing sight in America . and $10 monthly payments. Other make quick' remittance. Best reference oa application. Tags and stencils one fret
: -
;11. and rapidly twirling them by the feathered THE FLORIDA machines taken ID part payment. Uive usa trial.-

eud with the fingers of the right -
!MEN --- --
+ A Fine Home For Sale. ALL UP-
i'I i band. It tbe arrow makes a whirling '
., SIIOULD .USE TilE OLIVER. The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House. la the 8ut.
: /I II. A model southern borne in South end sound it Is crooked and must be I Ostrich Farm Co.

r ty I of Brevard county, on the Indian River straightened.
1 j In the center of tbe pineapple belt. Nice Hodgson Bros. PYA N

'\ I,: 0-room dwelling and out-bulldlngs. Ten or. Kind. JACKSONVILLE. --VV-JO.: A. SO"U:2S: t3z 00

i acres In fruiting pineapples; 40 orange, INDIAN ItlVEU FLA.
Gerald bave a soft heart. EAU GALLIE, ,
lemon, lime and grapefruit trees-raont
r Qeraldlrie-Then 1 don't see that it !Marine Railway. GRAIN BAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
t all have fruit on them. Beautiful yards)
M t and flower garden., Will be sold at a makes any difference whether you are Merchants and Ship Chandlers. ,
General :!
! bargain. For full particulars address t t"O. ruled by your heart or your. bead.
." New York Uera Id. .Special Faci idles., Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizer:

ti Care ADVOCATE:, Tltusvllle, Fla. for Hauling Out Storing and Repairing 08IIAMIMLLga 112 East Day Street, JACKSONVILLE,'}'L \.

I JAMES A. FLOOD, Yachts and Launches.
s I)udo County Land Tor Sale Agu.foifiirinn Feed Warehouses on tracks of S. A..L. R'y. and Plant System!
(Formerly of New York City,) Mention the DVOOAIB when writing. ,
For sale, cheap, the northeast quarterof Regular Licensed Blaster '
southeast quarter of section 3, township IMumber, I'I Clothing Cleaned Dyed The Nation's
tf 38, south of range 41 east; close to
,r O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on Iadlea'dressel "San Mateo" .
Pressed Repaired.
; at/: Lucle River 40 acres. With the very best experiences of over I Add Best CIgar
Also, the northeast quarter of northeast twenty years on all kinds of the most approved a specialty. SAM PKRKINS
quarter of section 18, township :88, sanitary methods of plumbing, and Bill
J south of range -41 east: ou south fork ofSt. has opened a firat-elaae shop on Benchstreet Magnolia Street It'h1
353.: Jsauford, Fla. :; LL11iloricliL.
P. O. Dos :
south of house where I am
Lucie River; 40 acres. Apply to opera ,
CitAM. II. WALTON, prepared to furnish and install the very

1 l TituMfllle\ Fla latest and most approved system of sanitary Photography, Picture Frames .
plumbing, drainage and ventilating Why buy Imported doctored with
a ; cigars, made from heavy tropical tobacco,
Mouldliis.Portrait .
and !
Land For Sale. together with all kinds ot the very best opium and other drugs, when have leaf st a tlriMWi
1 sanitary plumbing fixtures of the best you can the pure Florida
Landscape and Marine Photo price? f
the latest sanitary
manufacture with

desirable 17} acre front first-clan, on St. Lucie pineapple river land at a, requirements; all kinds. direct and Old graphs.: pictures Portraits copied In and all enlarged the latest to styles.any FREE BY MAIL TO ANY} Boof 2;)..... .. .. . .. *1.00
Indirect hot water and steam heating
;. bargain. For reasonable terms write, ; Nearly ann rlfrnntlo bird standing' a to to feet size and finished\ In any style desired. ADDRESS.. .}} _. . $tl:
i W'V.. (,{'Ott:, laundry drying rooms fitted. All work I hl K I : for Rale. finished
Fla. will receive prompt and personal attention I ,o.alcbes.itting and batty o &ric m. Florida views
( t Tlbbals, 'terms. Just ImtobmlUulil for amateurs at trade prices. s. -
and done at the very lowest -vv. : :
.noon visitor, through the farm explaining F. M. TAYLOR ,
,' dT" Reading notice ads. on this page Estimates: cheerfully furnished. Telephone 1 all about tb. birds their n..., bablta.lI'uwale ,
are live cents per line per week. 04, Daytona, Fla. 1 ,eto Tltusvllle, Fla MATEO, FLA.

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