East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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May 16, 1902
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
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.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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#-:tf: :JI: :tt tJ: # # ::1:1: wee at the frbnfand'ln person led tw DISGUISED AS NUNS. .tr.... Fae<. Aboot Amlpcol. THE INNS OF CHINA. '

regiments .In a charge which brok Have you ever noticed that all an!- 10'IR.

Beauregard's last defense. It was then How Method of Chloo.<. mals which chew the cud are cloven Their Oo.opm... I. Anovt Their <>..

# ten, h i I h e A FORTIETH :nCopyrlcht. : a o'clock. All the camps of the mornIng Aeroo. t.. CB...... Dordor. footed? Also that most of those whlcl .......... ....t.r..

0 e ANNIVERSARY of Sunday had been retaken by th A new ruse for smuggling; Chinese Into drink water by suction are berblvoroui Chinese Inns are without register or t.Ierka.

Federals and Beauregard planted i a the United States has been dlscovei the carnivorous variety lapping It with On riding through the gateway

y WAR STORY ::1:1: battery and one brigade of infantr; ed near Hull. Canada writes a corn the tongue like the cat dog, tiger etc your bridle rein Is seised by a dirty

: M upon a ridge behind Shiloh cburct spondent of the Baltimore Sun. A patty Sheep han no teeth In the upper jaw boy who helps you to dismount shout- I

Retaken ; ::1:1: Under the cover of their fire he ralllei : of supposed nuns and a priest boarded and tortoises and turtles are without lug loudly meanwhile for the proprietor t

V 0 April 7. 1862 M his shattered battalions for the mare a train In Montreal a few days ago altogether. who presently looms up through

back to Corinth. with tickets for Jobnsbury. Vt. Tw Unlike most animals horses have" DO the wilderness of carts and mules. Proprietor

:If: :JI: :JI: :JI: ::1:1: tI: :tI: :tI: ::1:1: ::1:1: ::1:1: Shiloh!! was ended and Grant bad no commercial travelers noticed that they; eyebrows, and bares are minus ey. and boy then hold a parley as

been destroyed, aa the Confederatehad were closely veiled and never spoke i a lid. Consequently the eyes of the lot to what rooms are eligible and then a ,

[ 1902. by O. L. Kilmer.] along the road to Shiloh cburcn. tibet expected when they sprung the word. From them United States cur. ter cannot be shut and'a'thin mem door Is pushed open and the traveler I.

UNDAY night At>rlt 6 and 1. man's advance was slow for ther battle oo Sunday morning. Buell had toms otllcrr who wait on the train tool brunous stibMance covers' them whet shown to his apartment. It Is usually ,

1802. was a night of gloom on was a gap between his line and that cLew brought three divisions to the field am his cue and went Into the car to Inv asleep.. The eye of,the owl Is also verj; about twelve feet ftqunre. The walls

the battlefield of Shlloh. In the Wallace off taints right. two more of Ms army were at hand tigate.At peculiar seeing that It I. Immovably; I and floor are of hard mud and so are i !

death of General Albert SIdney; Nelson's bold advance on the let Beauregard was compelled to retrea RIcbford. Vt, be went his round fixed In Its socket and cannot stir Ii the beds, which expend entirely across

Johnston the Confederates had lost i a was checked at the outset by the Confederate or face odds in battle of two to one among the passengers as usual, and tbe any direction. To compensate. for this I I the side of time room with only space r

chieftain who had Justified the confidence artillery. Nelson bad no guns, His army load lost 0,000 soldiers killed little reticules of the nuns and his own seeming disadvantage It can turn Iti I enough between them for a small table

of his troops by leading them to as his troops bad hurried to field leaving or wounded In the two days' batty bag were banded to him by the priest bead almost completely round wlttioui\ and one chair. The room Is lighted by

victory the day before. Grant's arm;. baggage and batteries on the other and the Federal armies about 10,000. These contained nothing out of the ot- moving Its hotly I If you were to keep one window In which paper takes the

driven from Its camps lay: In the open side of the river. Buell sent Nelsoi The field of Shiloh was one of slaugb dlhary, though the Book of hours In a frog's mouth open many minutes. 1 It place of glass.
rain around the stcamboa two batteries from Crlttenden's dlvlslon ter. Soldiers were hurled against batteries each one was evidently quite new and would soon die as Its pvcullai The first! duty 'of the proprietor In

la t pitiless on Tennessee river which had< and. with the help of their fire, with apparent disregard of thi unused as yet. The supposed clergy construction It can only breath with! making a patron comfortable Is to stop

tending been saved from capture by the Nelson's leading brigade under hazer value of life In the field In front ot! man was In his bland French way moat the mouth closed. up the holes In the paper window' ,, pane.

Confederates barely on Sunday. The soldiers charged and captured the Confederat the .plorneUf" Neirt." which was charged affable to the officer. On the other band, fishes are compelled I He never tears the paper offj entirely

the slept In the tents oGrant's battery which blocked their road for over repeatedly by troops of both ar When tbe train next stopped bavlni, to keep opening and closing* thou and replaces It with a new one because
of enemy
General Beau ward. Two other batteries of the enemy rules oa' both days of battle tho deut doubled back again Into Canadian ter mouths In order to give'thefr rvuplrstory the sheet of paper is worth
the Confederate camps leader wh opened upon Hazen and at the lay so done that one could have crossed rltory the man disguised as a priest organs full play It Is also a about oim-tt>njth 01.a-.cent and the Innkeeper
look command after Johnston's fall same time a brigade Confederate It without stepping on the, ground. rising In his place. made a signal to hll strange fact that the deer has additional Is not wasteful Indeed lie

rested In the tent formerly occuple charged the Intrepid ranks. In thl Grant explained his failure to pursue friends and with them left the car. A- breathing places besides the floe pastes little slips vt paper over the

Sherman near the little log chapel ot: terrific combat the Forty-first Ohio loa Beauregard tlte afternoon of the 7th few hours later the entire party was trlls. aa If nature bad foreseen nil holes until all the light that filters
by out of 371 In that he hadn't the heart task through It Is of a'mottled hue eAt
which the name to the 140 killed and wounded by saying arrested while trumping along flea great need of free respiration when
Jtiltoh gave his men. who had fought two day., Troy. Vt.. by otHcers of the Unite forced to flee before the bounds. Snakes one end of the mule shed Is the

battlefield.On the field where they had been shot line.Crlttenden's division took up the flgh to take up the task of pursuing. H States customs. The capture has beet usually have their teeth In the ht'a.l.but kitchen of the inn, It is here that the

the fighting of Sunday lay on the right of Nelson. The bloodies aid that he didn't feel like ordering kept as quiet as possible In the hopi one variety In Africa whose principal meals for all the patrons are prepared. f
town during dead wounded net combat of this division was In the' Buell to pursue, but that had be met that the Illlolt percolation of Cblnesi food la eggs. Is provided' with a to be eaten In the rooms. The menu Is
12.000 or
or Over 2,000 Federa chaparral and jungle where PrenMs Buell after the last Federal charge alShlloh Into tbe United States from Canadi substitute for tbem In Its stomach.Did not elaborate. It consists only of bowls ,
In blue gray. had fought so valiantly during the church be would have "requestcd" might be diminished. of rIco and ten. Should:: the traveler desire I
of Genera
jrlsoners and from General the divisions W. H. L. Wallace bloody hours of Sunday. Here Confed him to pursue. Grant also said It Is noticeable at the present moment II. U.4.r.....' a greater variety' food he can
It himself In tho market and bis
batterIes were silenced and then' that be was confident that the Confederates buy
under guard near the beadquartors erate that Chinese laundries are belnj, A well known Edinburgh professoroften
vere cook It In the kitchen
and the famous fighting brl were In a deplorable condition own servant can
at Shiloh church captured established In several villages wIthIn became so Interested In his sub
the ground of Beauregard where Sherman had rallleiUs gade of Pat Cleburne was shattered In from the fight of Sunday and that h< ten or fifteen miles and on each side ot ject that when the noon bell rang he of the Inn. To sleep on the bed of a
Chinese Inn would be for a foreigner
line to meet the sudden attack ot repeated charges upon the fresh col was confident of victory on Monday the Maine and Vermont boundaries. Ii seemed quite oblivious of the fact and
It not that he
Frentiss met soma< Titans of Buell. On Crlttenden's right even without counting on Buell's help, all probability these laundries an kept the class for several minutes.. Certain an
Sunday morning.
his the division of McCook went in, bead He had bOW fresh troops under few merely depositories for the use ot restless spirits among the stu always MO exhausted at the end
of his old acquaintances among ho finds It difficult
day's that
told Sherman during each journey
Rouuseau's This brit Wallace and
eel by brigade says the surprlslni
captors. During the night of gloom hi of Sunday that he would smugglers of Chinese dents decided to give him a genii to remain awake ten minutes
the night
his and snld to the exulting resemblance between these foreigner hint so they bought an alarm clock!
kept poise after alighting from hU pony He lies
In the morning.
Confederates "You gentlemen have turn on the enemy making it exceedingly dll cult to keep London Tit-Blts tells the result I
; down the mat that covers the bard
In his report penned on the battlefield on
had your way today but It will be very Grant said that the Confederate tally of those arrtttog and departing. Tbe clock set to alarm at precisely heap of mud and surprises himself at
different tomorrow. You'll see. Buel 12 o'clock was placed on tbe profess
the soundness of his slumber.
retreated from Shiloh church on April
with Grant tonight KIOK Alfooco Host. or's desk. As was anticipated be be
will effect a Junction order." In later summingup The one redoomlng thing about tb*
and we'll turn the tables on you 7 "In he good said that the enemy had the This Is the last year that Queen tie gan his lecture without observing the Inn Is Its cheapness.! Just as the traveler
Christina of Spain will rule that when the noon hour struck
In the morning. gent clock. But
In the morning
all !is about to depart
worst of tbe engagement; .
The weary sleepers; at Shiloh church that country, as on May 17. 1002. King Alfonso itfe alarm went off with> a startling the proprietor tells him the amount of
He thought
were aroused early on Monday mornIng the the two attack dayrfbattle.on his camp was a /blunderfor will, have attained Ills umjorltj craMi.: .-. -..-- his bill. Everything 1 I" charged on the

by the rattle of.musketry and the the Confederates and that Albert and according to tile Spanish law. will Even those not In tbe secret appreciated "11111'01>1'110 plan." Every cup of tea
boom of gins off toward the Landing take the reins of government Into bill the joke. There was a round of futidlo the window
Johnston who planned It and very rimhllKht, paper
and Prentiss exclaimed: 'Ah. didn't I own bands. The young king Is now It applause. The professor sinlllugly all Itemized In the IonIC
lacked urn
lost his life In battle on Sunday pane
tell you so? There Is Buell!!" Throughout tiNt ability credited to him. He said robust health and lends a very slinpU walled until the alarm and the applause list which the proprietor reels off In
the night of Sunday eteamers of life with uo luxuries or pretensions (,f'lIlIt'.1I1hd then said:
that Johnston was vacillating and singsong" but the total III I surprisinglylow
ill descriptions hod been at work ferrying The summer at St. Sebnstluii Is always "Young geutlfiiien I thank you for and for
that be did not effect a surprise of The cost of food lodging
the division of Buell's Army of Sherman en Sunday morning In evidence greatly enjoyed by the queer this gift I had forgotten It was my one nIght for a traveler and two storv

the Ohio across Tennessee river to reinforce of this last statement Grant cited and her children as there she leads an I birthday. An alarm clock Is something ants, with stabling and fodder for his

the army of Grant. Part of the fact that bill own troops and entirely family life of freedom from I my wife has needed for our servant for ponies und curt mules; Is about 51cents. *

Kelson's division had-rPllchPd the battlefield not tbe Confederates opened the ball all court functions and the king Is delighted I a long time. It Is a very kind remembrance : .-New York 1\Iulll1ud Express!:
the afternoon of Sunday and to have holidays. He bas !been on your port" Then he went t
Sherman's front before daylight on "
helped repulse the last charge made by on extremely well trained, but soon hit on wltb the demonstration which had <". '
0. GCOROB: L. KILUXK. Booilvd Too loon
the Confederates upon Grant's defeated April ftudiva will be at an, end. and be will been Interrupted by the alarm. and the The rear end of a Ford hum car wo.conlt"h.tJ .

troops above the.Landing.The dl\'lslonlll ,T.v be a reigning'king, says tbe Chicago students were never quite able to satisfy : the other nfternoon. There
of McCook and CrIttenden all crossed A Story of Two !foekto.. News. lie speaks three foreign languages themselves whether the professor wasn't even ""tn IIdllll( room only." A

during the night and marched to the When General Weyler was sent by fluently-English, French and understood hIP joke or Dot. I, jocular commuter said, "Hewore of I II
front where the most active Con feeler- Spain as governor general to 1Ianlla.Don German. ** "" ':, I pickpockets!

Ites had been seen when night closed y Curios I'alaiica the wealthy Spanlurdlzed Oo. Boy' Loyallr.A Everybody!: Innulieil.
?non the 6th. This was the ground along Chinaman determined to vend! The 011 C...t. school to
New Fork boy was at A ((' looking fellow said;
the the Landing, the left Mrs. Weyler a gift the customary way After In exhaustive Investigation
river above ;auada. and It was his first day In "No luiiii need bt afraid of pickpockets .
It went ot obtaining the good will of the Spanish Professor W. A. Wheldon of Houston..
wing of the Federal army as call-
cIa. .. The geonrmpby lesson was If be diien as I did. I have a self .
Into battle on the 7th. Shi lob's second f t otllcluls. lie found at a Jeweler'stwo Tex., the Southern Pacific oil expert
N!. and It was the turn to answer patented MVheine. I have a buttonhole
day. This part of the field the scene -l necklaces each costing *10OOO and has come to the decision, says the Oal- "Which Is the largest city In ''the In my vent pocket I run my chain Mt
of Baell's advance on the morning of both being so bountiful that he could veston' Dally News! that an Immense 1
world? asked the tpul'bt'r."N.w through It und attar'h the other end In
April 7.. was traversed by a'road lending I not chouse between them aV> he sent: reservoir of oil exists all the way from York." unhesitatingly came the usutlwuy, They can't draw that .

from the Landing Shiloh church thorn tmrh *o Mrs Weyler with the Louisiana to Tuxpao. Mexico In a be answer watch through that buttonhole. Na '
and beyond to Corinth. Corinth. Miss., nifHHUxe that she should make her practically limitless quantity.At .
"I mean the largest city In the pickpockets In mine, and don't you forgot -
twentythreemlles from PlttsburgLand- choice. lIe received a warm letter ot vorld." said 1 tbe teacher. It." .

lag was the point aimed, at by Grant thanks from her, stating thut the necklaces ., H.... As promptly came the reply "New The crowd thinned out.

when he could get bis army with were so beautiful that she could "Can you talk on your feet?" said 'fork.. At Wendover avenue the "patentee" : (

Bviell's re-enforcements. In band. From not decide between them and hence tbe young man who was thinking rue- "But. expostulated the teacher ".1dId laid startlngty; d
had marched would both which she did. of the time h.. tried to niaks an ,
Corinth the Confederates keep ally not say the largest city In the Unit- "My watch Is Koiiep > J

stealthily northward to overwhelm CHANT'S LAST CHABOB AT BHIIOK.- if ter dinner speech. f'd States, but the largest city In tbs Somebody had clipped the chain
Grant 'before the arrival of Buell. Th.orl*. About Drowned BotI'_. I "I can." was tbe-answer, accompn- rorld. You surely know which Is the Irawn It through the other way and i t '

They succeeded In the battle of Sunday gade led the attack on the road past bad It was a popular theory In days gone led by tbe baleful smile of a person larlrHt: city In the world." tbstracted the watch.-New York .

in driving him from his camps Shiloh church wberf'Beauregard by that .
along the Corinth roads back to the manned guns and regiments to defend "would float tbe ninth day Sir Thomas. 'I' used to lecture ou chiropody. "London bas a larger population than i ,.;r''

river bluffs around the Landing. the Hue of retreat. Rousseau swept Browne' alludes, to It as believed In hIs Washington. SUr. lew York." said the teacher. "If I do t .

Grant and Buell were both major away batteries and regiments and soon time: and In his "Pseudo-dexla Epidemic Dot bare the correct answer this time Sheet ......r.. !:

generals and under the command of recaptured the former headquarters of ,*" there Is a discussion on this P....... I shall have to punish you. Come "What am I so mad about?" repeated .
General Halleck, who was not on the McCIernu lid's division In the rear of fanclfnl' notion M was also believed "What's the matter wltb grtndfaber now." cooxlngly, "tell me tbe name of tbe: popular actress, wltb flashing eye.

lIel l Grant was the senior officer by Sherman's old camp. Beaurpgard's lost that the spirits of those drowned at seawere ?" Ibe largest city In the world. "I only' got three bouquets, that's
date of commission but he left the itrongbold. Rouallt'a u'sllgbt was bloody doomed to wander for a hundred "He's Insulted. You see. be's nearly "New York. wbat!"

control! : l of Buell's troops to Buell.Grant's and heroic. It was here that Colonel (ream owing to tbe rites of burial bav- ilnety. and I'e happened to bar you "Stay In during recess and writ me "!jut" said the manager. you surely

own army formed the right Wllllch of the Thirty-second Indiana :ng. never been properly! bestowed upon remark that the l good die young."-Cbl- fly lines." lldn't!! expect more?" .

WIng of the United force as it faced the Ircssrd his alignment under a gaMIng their iKHliesw-Notes Queries.A ago: t'osc. lIe wrote the fifty lines and every "Of course I jlld. I paid for five."-

enemy for battle on Monday. The division Ire and then seeing that his soldiers IIDe read: "Tb biggest city In tb. Philadelphia ('n.... ,
halted the command and lisp Toward It.
of Lew Wallace, which owing were excited Martyr."She world Is New York."-Ntw York Trib- .
toad accident had not been in the bat. sxerclsed the men in the manual of Is the moot sacrlflcln woman "Xmrllng. may I consider myself your aDe. A UoBlrnbl Rolo.

tie of Sunday held the extreme right; irms.. When their nerves had become fer nrlleo around." accepted lover?" Manager What sort of a role do yon

on the left of Wallace the remains of iteady he led them Into the thicket ont "In what way?" OOWellererhardly that! Bat for Kntrrimrm. thInk you would like?

Sherman's division; then McCIernand'snd t charge which drove the enemy back "Waal, whenever they git up a lawn the present you may consider yourself )Ir.. A<-My husband Is positively Stranded Actor Well several of the

Uurlburt's with some regiment oward: Sblloh church. eta or Bunipcn like for the church !in ny prevailing fad."-Stray titorles.: mposHlble. lie knows nothing. Henna' brand and a cup of cove.rouidn't : .
of the L. Wallace. McCook outstripped Sherman In the )Irll. n. Mine Is simply unbearable. be bad for a< Itarter.-Ne.!
divisions of W. U. which too expenses are more'n the pro-
at Shiloh. A* A MOM le everything.-Blbx.
Horlburt and Prentlss distributed In ace for the old camp reeds the committee alwus sends beep mows fork Times
the line. Lew Wallace opened the bat. : its line drew near the church the firs to acquaint the pastor with the re "Do the birds come and pick up the P tCo..t.

tie of Monday on the right and Net- : became hotter. The Confederates were .lult.,."-Baltimore herald >readcrumb from your hotel lawn 1" To say silly things I Is about as bad as Worthllr W....
Ionia Ul vision of Buell's army on the left. I caking a last stand for the free road "They used to before my wife began to'do thciu.--I'unxsutawney Spirit. Angry Guest-I'v*b en waiting three

Sherman! received orders from Grant if retreat. Already Beanregard bad A Tro rlaUo.opla.r. to make ber own bread.Judge.Orchards Barters of an hour for that steak t or*

U daylight on the 7th to advance and lent word along the line to withdraw. The greatest thing we ever saw In !In France are valued at Love Is I tickling sensation at the eyed! i
before the rush of McCook's men threatened scratched.The Walter-Tou bav an uncommon:
Capture his ground of the day but : the way of a philosopher was a one vineyards' at $2W and heart i that cannot be
round Shiloh church. lie 'waited uo- to cut off all escape. Beauregard armed man In a manicure eltobUtlh.I' 'WO an acre 00. mount of patience sir.-Boston FatTb.

Ill 10 o'clock when the sound of guns lelzed the flags of two regiments! and sent who gloated because be got his >aitur at $ highest point to which man can

** the left where Buell was advance tailed upon the men to charge Me- I' work done for half priced-Washington Giant pascal Is said to be a good va-1 scend without his health being very choicest apple Is always just ba-

w*. told him that the Army of the Ohio book's line. Rousseau old was cajnp.already G.rapl on POllt, .. rlft7 vf winter celery for late setting. | eriously affected Is lO.CW feet. '.. -. rCind your reach. ..r."L .,-'. r
'all driving the Confederates back he.edge:; pf 8berman> ,


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1 platted In Book C., page 5S. . . . . 42 315 1 89 : Deed Book C C, page
I pages, 6. 6. Volusla county 88 20 3IS. !6 2 19 J r Turner .. . 4 acre square In 80uthwest eor- 114 . . . . . . 14 2586 2. 5
11 Unknown ....... Lot26Aurantiaadditlennuin-:! .,' ner of northeast 3( 01 north-. BaraRW'nn. .. ... South 138 acres of southeast 15 25 36 138 27
ber 1, platted In Book C.. welt 3g. . . . . 4 22 35 4 2 41 PE Peck. ...,.. .. Lots 3.4.5, block 0, plat ofCoquina.
palt'es 4,6,8, Volutla county. 88 20 83 6' 2 19 Ohas K Kenyon... Northwest or nurthwest 3 . . . . 23 26 30 2 3
r .OA Sackett.:... Lot Aurantla additlon.num- I less 2 acres to Feaster, and A. V Hl cock. .. Part lot 1; and 01 northeast..3i
ber 1. platted !In Book C." ipagea begin 313 feet south of northWest 01 northeast 01 section 24. .
4, 6.0, Volueia county 88 20 ms 3i' 1 06 corner of northeast J:{ ,: and part of lot 2 of section 19,

If'. Sackett Bro. .. .. Beginning at .outhwe: t corner of northeast run east described Deed Book K, page
01 Jot A, 01 Aurantle addition feet, south 22:! feet weal 00 138 .. . . . . .p 24 86Partlots
number 1. run north 1210 feet '' feet and north 22'l 4 22 315 38 6'64 . . .. . . . II 2 87 34 61
4 west 48i feet, .south 1210 feet E r Wilbur . .. Northeast ( 01 northeast 3. 6 22 M 40 'T 23 A. V 1IIscock.. .,,... a and 4 01 section .24 .
and east 484 feet . . 38 20 '33. 13} ,1\\ 04 James Daniels. . North; 15 acres 01 south }( 01 and part lots 4 and 5 01 seetion -
Unknown. .....; Alt L. Crayon Grant . .. ... 40 20 M' 20' ::1111WmMD.lIam. DOI'tllea.t 3a. ... ... :. ....-. 15 22 83 I. 1 89 19, described Deed Book
"' .... .. All Segui (Irant. . ... . 42.20 M 84381 91'.72WmMDallam. J' 'V Carlfle. .,.:, .. North 3e of east 34 southeast Kpage138"ndO 452. ...., 24 86
... .. AIlSegul Grant . . ... 44 20 34 168 226WmHDallam. 01 northwest '. . . 15 12 83 1 1 89 . . . 19 21S 37 87 8
....... AllSeguiGrant. . . . 45 20 M 830}' 480 A Badley. .. ... . orth 34 of lot 1. an lot 2 and W P Clement (et al) Lots. 17, 18, plat of Georginna. 25 .86
( p Wm M Dallam.... All Rf.'gul Grant. . . . ''8721 8.J. 391 497 southeast U of touthwest 3a. 15 22 86 100 II 27A . . .. ..., 30 25 8'1 21 23 i
1 D A Cooper .. Part of southwest3i 01 northeast I. Badley. .. .. . Southeast 3<01 northeast 3(and JB Parker ......... Easty 01 southwest 34. . 26 23 86 80 4
1 3 desoribed Deed Book ..1 northeast 34 of so southeast<. 8 22 8180 256\ 3.R Thompson., ... Fart lot 2. described Deed Book

D. D. northwest.. ...... 3 20 33 04 6 6'7 A Uadley. . ... Lots 8, 4., . . : . . 'B 22 3IS 00I\ 49 FF. page 45. . . . 6 215 37 6 1
4 II W Darling..... East 3 oI 3 01 lot 2. 8 2081'S' ib 2 '11PC Eaat C008t Realty John Shippie ... .. South 38 acres 01 lot 2. and all

Moslt'r.. ... Lot 1 (or fractional) .... ..' 7 20 31'61 3 84 CompanyLote 2. 4. 6, 8, 10. 12. 14, 16. 18. lots 3 and 4. except south IS
D Olin Clark (et al) North 28 acres 01 lot 2. . 12 20 33 28 4. 62 20, 22 of Wllbur's subdivision I acres and less 6 acres in lot 2

C Butler Campbell South 13 acme 01 southwest 3iY of north 20 acres of Delespine to''!'hom eon. . . 6 23 .37 138 10
Y U, ot northeast 34;south 11 acres Grant . . . . ..,... .' 3.22 86' 1304 J J Fox. ... .. ............ Lots I, 2,19 to 37.39. 41 43 to
of Jot 1. and north 3 j of lot 2. 13 20 36 71 1 83 East Coast Realty 62 Inclusive. plat 01 Iforti. 7

E B Carter.. ...... 'Vest 26 acres 01 lot 1.10t 2 and Company. ..-. ., All, except Wilbur's subdivion .. . . . . . . 17
northeast 33 olsouthealJt yj. 81' 20 8IS .00 8 06ri of Delespine Grant.- 8 22. $5 100 6 67 . .. . . . . . 18 2S: 3'7 8
:Mrs :E H Edmund- East Coast Realty Jennie A Singleton. North 6S: acres 01 -10 21S 37 113 4

.,. .... South 36 01 1I0utheafJt 38 of .Company . All Delespine Grant . . 9 22 85 640 708 E Stelnhou... South 10 acres of southeast .
+'. northeast 3g ot eouthweet U. 81 20 83 5 I 1 61 ol southeast 34 . . . 10 25 37 10 4
I 01 southeast hi: of East Coast Realty. I D Hiscock.... .. South 6 l-10 acres of lot 1. and
, E T Bowen a..... Southwest 34 .. .. Lot 1 north % of lot 2, west ft
. 20 85 10 1 89f Company ,
soutbwest hI:. .. 'x .81 of and northwest north 1.301 north 36 of lot 2, l
f Oeo Hunt. .. .. ...,. Lot 3. . .. . . . . .. 19 20 36 37 723 \< of southeast J? Dele plne and part lot 8 ." . . 13 23 37 30 4C
01 southwest M. 16 21 34 40 136P A FalJfn.. ..... .. Lots 2 Cocoa Beach Associ-
t' Unknown. ....... .: Northwest hi: Grant .. 10 22 85 416 640 4.
S Sabate ....... ., North 2 acrell ollOotheast of Realty: ation . .. .. . . . 26 21) 87 1
southeast M 01 .outhwe.t n. II 21 35. \\I 1 23 East Coast north of EC'Veth)'.. ........ Lot 7.block A. Cocoa Beach
Northwest Ji and %
Christina 0 Bran South 8 acres or southea.t 34 of.eoutheaet Company southwest V Del plne Grant 15 22 85 430 10 08 Improvement Association. 26 21S 8'7C 1
Y.4 of .outhwt'st 34. 6 21 35 8 6 40 II WfIIlam( (Ellt.) South 734 acres 01 lot 4. . 31 2iS 87 71- 4

J'ohnAsplowalJ. ,.. Northeast 34 lnortbea t 34. .: 7 21 35 40 l 69\ East Coast Realty. . All Delesplne Grant .. .s 10 'II' 35 040 798 Calvin Thigpen. I.otl. . . . . . . 62637 H- 1 G
John Aspinwall. .. Northwest'i of northwe 3a.. 8 21 31S 40 2 71 Company C II Williams (Est.) North 20() acres of lot 1. . . 6 26 37 20 7

:r E 8ackettl... ,. North 34 'or northeast M. 01 East Company Coast .Realty. All, Dele plne Grant . '.- 21 22 35 040 788 E Uudlsm... . .. South 12 70-100 chains 01 lot and 1
southwest U, Jess 38 feet on except land to Ramsey
eatt aide. . . . . 8 21 83 ''01 881 East Coast Realty. All fraction Delesplne Grant. 22 22 35 60!) 763 Carpenter . . . . 6 26 '37 20 12S
B M llawthorne... loOt 0, re-Iubdlvlslon of lots 1, Company Carpenter.. . Part lot J. described Deed Book

2t.7, 8. 0.14,171 J8. 10. 20.1 21. East Coast Realty. DelespineGrant. 27 22 35 040 708 H. page 2115. . . . . 6 26 37 6t 4
Company . All G
N Chalker .Part Jot 3 desrrlbed
', 2J, and west 6>4 acres 01 lot ., J peed Book .
.' 2'J 01 J. H. Ilawthorne's let East Coast Realty 2822 85 040 7 08) Z. page 64U. . . . 6 26 3'7 101 6
i subdivision . . . . 16 .21 1m .16; 6 17 Company . All, Delespine Grant :u: A Stewart. .. Strip 2 chalne and 82 IInkl wide

:Elijah. A Sackett. Part M,'of detlerlbed south Deed 01 northwest Book S. Company Coast Realty. . East 35, Delesplne Grant ... 83 22 85 820 4 86 across Indian! River Merritts to Banana Island River from IGIG I A

. . . . 17 21 83; 51 5K7 East Coast Realty v being a part 01 lotJ. des
page 7. . Company .. .. All, Dete pine Grant. . .. 0 23. 35 640 7 08 '
Unknown. . .. West, 01 southwe.t M .ofaoutheaet of southeast . 8 22 36 80 497 crlbod Deed Book DD, page'
34 01 .outbeast M. 20 21 83; I! 2 4:1: A A Brown . Houth X 34. 23 23 35 00 3 16 .. 2Nl1 . . . . .'. . 6 20 37 C* 7.
Chas B Wainwright rart.ol northeast U' 01 north- :: r I. ,. Joe Lennon . Lot 3. J 1\1.Enn Is... . South 15 acres of lot 8. and north A
'. J E Dickson... . Part of northeast 3of northeast 6.11H :
I west 3T: described Deed Book' described Deed BookK 134 al're 01 lot 4 . 6" 26 87 6i
1:4: pages 188 and 108 .. .20 21 83; G >210> Ji, 23: 23 83: 6 2 19 H J Allen.. . . South 11 SL" acre 01 north 12U
Florida Loan and "'. I page& acres", of lot 4. . . . 6 26 '37 6.:
Trust Company North N of 'northeast 3.! of II. J. Tiffin North \of of northeast northeast >.south. and- Calvin Thigpen South 4 7:1.\00: \ chains of lot 4. 6:16: 37 8i 61 .
east A
I southeast M'I northwest 34, northeast M > southeast J 34. 12 23 30 ,100 1234 J A Boothe.. .. Lot 1-l Dickson's subdivision
Butler. . 20 21 33 '3+ '26 :( 01 lot 1 01 section 7 and lots
Jess 3; acre to .
of Gov.
Thos A Bell.. . Lots 3, 4, 5, subdivision '
1 and 2 of section S. . . 7
I John Butler.. .. ti.. Part 01 southeast 3 _of northwest Jotsl.2J.: . . . 16 .%11 86 117 II 46 .
I 3j. east or R. H. In north- lots . . . . 8 26 37 20 I 9J ) ; r
.. .. east corner . . . . 20 21 33' H 1 61 Mrs J E Dickson.. Lot 2, 4 1,, subdivision 5 . .of Gov. 10 23 30. 27* 8 01 ,; A. Booth".I. .. Lot 16' [jot Dickson's' subdivisIOn I A..
It F Herndon . South N 01 northwest U 01 Whltlock. South 6 acres of north 29% of 1 or section 7. and
lots 1 and 2 01 section . 7
southwest 34 of northwest 34 20 21 ss: II 1 89 of lot 1 22 23 86 6 1 89 8. ,
f A. Stanley. . .. l art 01 southwest 31 of north- acres of lot 3 and .... . . . . . . 8 26 87 0 I 9) GI
weet3". . . . . .20 21 31S '. 2 301 HJTiinn. South north 16 2-8 acres of lot 4., 22 23 30} 86 a 80 John Canon. ... T.ot 4. . . . . . . 14 2U 87 83 U I fAnnie
Mary L Taylor.. .. Part lot 4. described Deed Book 24 23.36 160' 497 E Carson Lot 3. . .. . . . 14 26 37 78 6
Tiffin . Southwest
113 ,
V page lol. . . . '28 21 31S ss: 3'01 John Carson ...,. Lot 4 and southeast 34 of southeast3g .
J'acksonvfl1eTampa U J Tiffin . . Southwest M}.of northeast U, U 26 37 90 7 ,
y a and Key West Railway Southeast ( of northwest 36, Annie E Car on. Lot:3andnortheast34ofsoutheast: GI)

Company. 3 acres In town plat or LaGrange northwest % of southeast >:, !>! .. . . . .. 111 20 87)1\) 7 .
.. . . . . 28 21 83; .3 861 and northeast X of southwest34 un J A Boothe.... . North 13 acreeof lot 1. . .. 112637 13 19\'\.fl J
.._. .. . . . .. 25 23 .u 100 817H
B lHilliard. . South 34 of}lot I, Plat In Book
A. J Carter, .. . All south % of southwest 3a, n'. __ .
west of R. R.. . . . 28 21 35 42 6 2'l: J Tiffin. . .... Lot 4, and west \4 of southwest U. page 751 . . . .. 20 26 37 6 I 4 \'' G1\ ]
. . 2'1 23 86 58 68 4 8
Unknown, . .. Triangular piece In northeast __ Uol.outhf.'alltY.( John Aspinwall, Lot u. plat In Book 0, page 731. 00
corner of southwest M of 11 J '1'lmn. ". ,. .? Southeast 14 of northeast 3a, . . . .. . . 21 26 87 11 11thR l'A'
,,1 34 bound west by east J sof southwest >jf, and C Creech. .. South 2.:1: acme of Jot 10 plat

southwest R. RNorthwest. . .,. . ,. . 28 21 33; 11 1 81 southwest >( of southwest hi: 36 23 86 160 7 8.1 in Book Q, pages 7U and 74.1 21
+ It S Smith... ... .. corner of lot a, subdivision John S White . Northeast Ji . .. . . ... 1:1: 23 37 100 4 Of! . . .. . . . 28 26 37 41 1\\ 2 G 1
of northeast 34 of I :M J Walker.South' I* of lot 3. .. . .. . 12 23 37 10 1 6 g John Aspinwall ;. South 2-3 or lot 1, and of northeast -

northeast K . ...... 20 :al 85 2 1 (H( Alice K Fish . ,< Begin 14 54-100 chains east of 34 of northeast 34. . .'. 22 26 37 62 6 3
northwest corner of section John Aspinwall. ,. South 2-3 of northwest 34 of
Emma Wallace.. .. South % of lot it.subdivision .
northeast H oil northeast H. 20) 21 85 6 3 01 29, run south 61-100 chains northwest 34. . . . 23 26 .3T 26 3EmUZahnd. A.
D L Alderman.. Part of northwest H: of northeast east to Banana River and ... South 2 1.3 acres 01 north 123&of
J and part of northeast northeast to section line and lot 2. . .. .. . . ? 28 26 37 21' 2 4
.c, described % west 27 chains to beginning. 29 23 87 82* 8 09 1\1 E Ensey .. .., .. Lots 8 and -t, plat 01 Stewart's F
\t of northwest Ji
In Deed Book G, page, 822: 20) 21' 35 10 70C Mrs E.V halt . Lots Sand 4. . . . . 31 23 3'7 'IV 8 84 homestead. .. . .. . .,. 33 B
E Coat* ...... .. Lot subdivision of northeast Joseph Lynn. Lot I, .subdivision of lot 2. . 85 23 8'T 10 1 6 gA . . . . 34 26 87 8 13Q(),
r ji of northeast$. .. . 29 \2l. 35 5 2 43 M Cad)' ... South3.'ofiot8and. . . 81S 23.87 20 407 G F En.ey... .... .. Lot 12. plat 01 Stewart homestead
Emma Wallace .,. North 4 acres west of public ,BM: Morton. w. . north 26 . . .. .. . .. ., 33 G
. . 31S 23 B1 41S 7 118
of northeast acres of lot 6 . . : U 26 37 lot 94']
road i In south west M .
, / 3a.. . .:. ... . . 20 21 35 4 1 0(1( A A Degrauw (Est). South 34 of northwest H ot A Bennett ... ... Lot lnortheast 34: of northeaat3T
J'ack onvllle.Tampa" ., northeast if, less triangular less north 10. acres .. 34 26, 37 68 4 g. AGleason
east of road and
Railway piece public Brothers-
and West
Company. 3; of northeast;$ of triangular piece in southwest and Company... Undivided 2-3IntE'rest f In all .. 1 27 36 640 130()c G
southwest U <. 29 21 m 10 2 49 corner of northeast 34. . 10 24 36 20 3 91 AJ Perry (receiver! ) Undivided M Interest in- all... 1 27 36 640 IS 5:
S :B Wallace ) southeast X30 21 35 40 :2 26( Mary A Dorian Part lot 3 and south pare of east Glelton Brothers .
(agent Northeast
H of southwest . . 17 2& 38 2a 18 81
36 )4) and Company.. Undivided 2-3 Interest In all
u'r Allen. ...... West 15 acres of east :25 acres
ofeouthweet3jofeontheaat34? 32 21 83 13 6 '27 F It Veomltt.<.. ... North W of northeast V, and except east 3 or southeastry 2 27 36 660 9 4JA
4. JE Bennett. ... .. I.ots6.7, subdivision of Gov. east >4 of northwest *'to. ... ... ]92486 160 414A J Perry (receher) Undivided 1-8 Interest In all) ;
33 21 M 9 6 27 S BrownLot 4, Dlxon's subdivision ., 20 except ea t ofeoutheast3 2 '2'7 80 660 49Wm ::
lot 2. . . . . . . ,
f I.). Young (Est.) Lot 8, subdivision of Gov. lot 2 83 21 85 9 4 07Northwest . .. . ... ... . jjf. 21 24 36 19 753 McCabe...... West of northwest 34 and G
43 M Strickland:'! .... Part of block 10, described Deed J G Kock.Southwest 3of northeast west of southwest 3j. ." 3 2'7 86 160 6 S"G

} 4 Book ditlon G Titusvllle G, page 60., Klce's ad- S3 21, 33. 174 east northeast W of northwest yy of southwest M. and}.( 28 24 36 160 6 67 lea and on Compasy Brothers.. Undivided :&.3 I interest In east

14 1 I Rent. Young(Est.). Lot 1 and east 3Ii\ feet of lot 2.. 34 21 35 63 45 60 Guenthner.... Southeast";. .. . . .. .. 26 24 86 160 '610 34. and east 34 or west 3S. 3 27 36 480 7 7SAJ
Benj. Young(Est.). North part of lot 2. not em- Concordia Land and Perryreceiver( ) Undivided 1-8 interest in east
braced in Coleman's addition Improvement Association. 36, and east % or west 34. 8 27 86 480 4 00CIIConover.
:(; to Tituevilleexcept X acre ? ... .. Southeast of northwest! U, ? ... .... South 35 of northwest y 01 '.
84 21 33 7 687 and northeast K of southwest Jlortheast 3a. south 01
to Norwood. . . . . 26 U 36 80 6 17 /,
8 29
northeast /
3- and
'W S Norwood. ... Part of Gov. lot 2. described .' ontheast 4 27 36 260
? Deed Book E E, page :214. . 34 21 33 i J. 89 "i"1 Guenth ner. .. Southeast \i of northwest >( of' 26 24 36 10 1 89 Wm :McCabe. . .. Lote2and 4. ? . . . 9 27 36 73 11:6Gleason
southwest . . Brothers
J Turner .., ... Lot 6, except strip on north describedDeed
it e side block B Coleman's addition Wm Guenthner. South part of lot 3, and Company. Undivided 2-3 Interestrln south -
Titusville, 34 21 83 XO 08 Book K, page &81 . 27 2 t 86 6 8 66 h 01 southeast 3of northeast -
J P Turner .. .. ,.. Lots 4, 6, 780 12. 13 block C. II T TDenton. .. .. Begin 490 feet north of southwest 3 west! 34 or southwest
I Coleman leaddittonTitueville 84 21 85 ,436 corner of lot 6, run 01 northeast U, north 34 01
:u: E Norwood.--.. .. Begin 103: feet north of north- north 33 rt't't. east to river, northwest of northeast
to be- Ul
33 feet and west
east corner of block D, ColeJuan'a ginning . .. . . 28 24 80 11 6 (041Y southeast north 34 of southeast north .
addition to Titusville 34. 36 13f
4 run north 73: feet, west 102 ,. J Render.... .. Begin 463 feet north of south northeast! J: ol.outhf.'allt 10 27 36 ,100 42 3 ..AA
s feet, south 73 feet, east 102: west corner of lot 5, run J Perry (receiver) Undivided 13: Interest In south

feet . . . . 31 211m" 21 north 33 feet east to river be-, 34 of southeast i4 01 north-
X E Norwood. .... Lots 4 and 5 block 4 Titus ad- south :33 feet and west to east U. west j! of southwe.tot
. 28 21 3ft 11 6 04
' 821 33 >2 60 ginning'. . .. . northeast
dition TitiisviUu ". 31 !of, north 3G 01
J n Vondy. .... ..... All blocks, Titus addition to 01. Kellum.. . . Begin 300 feet northof northwest 3< 01 northeast 3T
Titusville 321 85 6,27 southwest corner of lot 6, north 34 of 'lOutheast r ofof
r :M: E Norwood .. South of southwest }f. 19 21 30 80 8 S4 run north 67 feet, east to southeast U. and north N
T 1'i' Decker... .. Eaet3 of lot 2. west U of lot 3, river, south 67 feet and west northeast 31 of southeast 10 2'1 $6 100 3 21
q 'l' block O, Titusvllle. 3 22 83 627 'to beginning. . . ... 23 24 86 2| 7 SO Wm McCabe ...... West ", and south 01 .0utIr-

,; W Ronald, ... ... Begin 35 feet east of southwest :N M Fish .w >.. Northeast K of southeast Ki west}a/ of southeast y . .. 10 27 S6 840 620
.I ,' corner of lot 10, run east 25 northwest U of Northeast 3 i, Gle.Ion Brothers
i I feet north OO feet west 25 and southeast if of northeast and Company. .. South 3t 01 northwest 301
f l feet, south 60 feet, being part F -- I U. .. . . . .. .- 30 24 30 120 4. 74 northeast U. south of
of Iota 8, 10, block F, Titus '. WmUindle.... ... .. Northeast part of lot 31: Dison'aaddition : northeast 3a' 01 southeast K1
vole .... 8 22: 85 309 Cocoa ... . .. .. 33 24 36 1 23 north 3Ii or southwest J01


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EAST COAST A f)VnP.A.TV. MAY 16, lens. i" ;
Owner. Description of Land.
Seo. T. R. A.
Owner Dellrrlptlon of I.and. $eo. T. R. A.. Am't
--- Owner.
southeast ft and south % of Description or Land Seo T. R. A. .AaatL

southeast 34 of southeast H, and horth 3n of northeast ;:
northeast & of northeast fa of southeast ;4'" . . 33 27 36 220 8S.I/ northwest }4' west' U of
Glt'ason southwest t south of
north )4 of southeast & of Brothers $ ,
northeast ft: south $. of and Oompan Northeast }( of northeast U. northeast\ of' of sonthwest 3j, 1
southwest j. of northeast ft. 10 37 30 160 south 3q or northwt'st (4 of south 3q southeast K 01sOllthwlIHt
0 68 34 north
Gleason Brother northe8st 3j, north 1)1 of (
and Company .. An undivided 2-8 interest irt uorthl'lIstli: 01 northwest ;j northwest 3j tlf southeast. )41
north X of southwest V: Qf South 36! or northwest ty otlIorthWIt north 3y of southwest 34 Of"olltht"a
t 3-. and south 1 '
of .
northeast north south ., J.ti
ft, J of i. of
northwest ft of northeast$ fa sOllthwt'st to 01 northwest }4. leason Brothers southeast. Jo" of southeast.t.. 6 27 37 400. 11 n

South 3j of northeast 34 of north 01 southeast >4 of : and Company. An IIndlvldt'd .
2-3 interest In
northwest .
northwest south
34, south ft of 3d' I.v, of ,'i "
south of "
southeast J' of northwest %. southwest 3 4 of northeast 34 1 .' JD. northeast 74 ofIorthweet
north 35 of southwest ft north 3i of southeast 34 ofporthesst t4, south 39 of 1southeast I .
northwest 34, north 36 of c' J... south h? of .. ,.. north l 7. tlf northwest ,.;. ,
) of
i northwest of
northeast ft of northellst of southeast! J4 .
South >' of southwest southwest 3a y of v'' ,.", south 'o t/ northeast .1,4 of ..'.. t. '. northwest !34, south 36 of
northwest 01 '.
southeast southwest U. south of 3A southwest 3',
ft, north 36 of "
south ; of
n ollttIWt'lIt
southeast of U,1
southeast southwest .
ft of southeast 34 U; I
north of southwest t4 north 3u ('of '
and jiorth ft of northeast V U southwest J.t 01
of southeast %, . . . .. 11 27 30 180 7 73 J southeast }4' and south hi of \ ', I!. i ;' '. north 3t of tlf northeast northwest 'of j
receiver An ? southeast 34 of southeast 3.1 I ;j .
jl Perry ( ) undivided 1-3 interest la J4" 27 36 280. .10 011 southwest '
] Brothers south
north Geason S, 'I of .f! I
% of southwest K of and An : '. northwest t" of southeast 7 2T 31 1eO 5 7:1:
Company. undivided .
northeast % north ) of .. south of 2-3 Interest In ..... ;.., ;. A J Perry. (receiver) An undivided 1-:1: Interest ,1t'to '
U southeast .
northwest ft of northeast t'( or south ..
7.(1 } of northeast .
I Ii of
northeast y.
south fa 01 northeast K of ... north 3ti of' .. '. northwest .
I 1,4. south i 4 of
northwest |.(, south 3j of southwest 34 of northeast 3j southeast tlf
i "i northwest
I north ofnortheaet Y41 .
"" U northwest
southeast ; of northwest :;4.
\ north of
fa 3d northwest
U or
3 south .
of .
north % of southwest of 3q ;
ft northeast of ., northwest .t4, south % of
northwest J j, north of N: '
ft northwest t4 of southwest.
northeast of south 36 of southeast ,1 j of '. 741
3j southwest south
J( ;!y of 80llthwt'st
;j Of
south 3 of southwest ft of northwest 3j, north tro of southwest t4 north I
J' ,
southwest of J
3' northwest
southeast J north of southeast
3j J..i of northwest '
southeast ft of southeast 7.(, north 34 of northwest 34: of north Ji of northeast U all i .
north % of northeast of 7.t. south .!-, of southwest
3( 3 and
smith! 3j of "
Gleason Brothers southeast .#. . . . 11 27 90 180 6 OS southwest north 39 of 7.1 southeast of southeast! 34 U1 of Gleason Brothers northwe"t ;. of southeastj. T 21 37 1110''"' 4 8A

and Company. Northeast.( of northeast southeast u.. and northeast Y4 and -
south Ji" of southeast U. . 33 27 240 Company? ? South ,45 of southeast is 01
% of northwest 36 7 21
northeast north >i of A J Perry (receiver) Au undivided 1-3 interest In northeast J.., north N 01
Jj' ft
of south of southeast southwest. 34 of northeast
3y of J't'
northeast J of northwest' ft I. 9 .<
j north JII of southwest
northeast ;j, north jv of U or
:ft: northwest 3' :; 7 southwest\ 34 of northeast northwest 3'. northeast\ U ofeontheast
south 35 of southwest 011 ; ;j, ..:
ft ? t3i north of
north ; of lIorthwt 34 of 'i 36
northwest 7.1, north J of /
northeast 3j. south ; of northwest li of southeast. 3j
southeast ft of northwest 3' south 3, of ofsoutlwest
of 'Iortht'ast 01 northwest U1 ) northeast U
south of
M southwest 34 south of 3-4 north N ofeollthpast
S4 southeast
0 34 Of ..
northeast H, north ft of ." northwest north \ 74 01 sontht'a..t J4 '" J ,
southeast J of northeast .
[ 3f southwest! 34 of northwest. lIouth of southwest ofsoutheast)4
south % of northeast 3j of / I.; i} I .
north Jof northwest 3 of .' ) Itoutht'ut '{ of
southeast 7.1, south 36 of ) 'f northwest 7.(. south U; of southwest ;4 . . . 7 aT 37 220 703
southeast. of southeast Jf, southwest of Olt"allon Brothers
north 3j of southwest 7.4 of north N of southeast 3'U1 01 and Oompany. An undivided 2.8 interest In I

southeast ft, northwest ft of southeast !3' and northeast ,. 1'0"t)1i of southeast. J'. . 8 27 31 80 .. ....
southeast %, south 4 of of southeast 34.. . . 34 27 36 220 6 04 AJ; Ferry (receiver) An ulldfvhh'll{ I-a; interest In I
northeast ft of southwest 7.1. Gleason] Brothers cast )b of southeast I.i" . 8 2'7 31 80 4 G
southeast of southwest 34 01 and Oompany. Northeast N: of northeast 3,. E 'V Hlgglnl . South l acres of southeast Jt:
south M of southwest Ji' south h of northwest 3' of 01 northeast 3' . .". 8 27 37 102ft
southwest Ji% and northwest northeast 7.1. north of John Aspinwall rut iota 1 and :2, described
!< of southwest J,. . . 11 37 39 420 12 00 northeasty. of northwest U1 I'. j ,:. heed Hook II I, page 103 . 0 27 Z7 3. 2 42
I Gleason Brothersand Ot'aRon] Brothers

Company .. An undivided 2-3 interest in south northwest 36 of U.northwest north 35!U oft or ... ",. and Company.Lott . . . .. 10 27 37 15 21G. .
north 36, and north % of southeast hi of northeast Oeallon Brothers
southeast ft of southwest MAn 12 27 33 340 4 42 south 36 of southwest 3j! U.of .. ." 4 and Oompany. An undivided 2-a interest In'
LJPerryreceiver( ) undivided 1-3 interest in ,. southeast 34. north 3y of' .. west 3, of southeast! 3j. and
north >i, and north > of outht''t of northwest west r' 01 '.. 3q. 11 27 37 160 G 80
southeast % of southwest $.(. 12 21' 36 340 2 /S9/ "{;.:. southi J't" southwest 34 U ot AJ; Perry (receiver) An undivided 1.3 {IlItt'ri\lIt! ?III

I Gleason Brothersand northwest. 3j south 3i of west.! of southeast! and
Company. ... Southeast 3,, north ft of southwest northeast y.j of?lIonthwt'st 3:, ", I west 3v" of northwest. J-i . 11 21 37 lCO II 2B
34, north >$ of. south northwest tjof southwest 3 G'I''flOII Brothers
south west ft_of southwest fa and south !Q of southeast of and OOIllIIIlIlY. Lilts 11111112. . 11 27 37 110 4 0.
12 of ftnlirhpfiat U. ofsouthweety slutht'a"t 4' and north t of John ASIlnwall. Northt'lIl1t tf. of southt'8Ht J.1.UI'I'I't !.
. . : ::. 12 27 36 280 6 asGleneon southweHt U of sontht'asf 1 4S. 3-1 21 36 280 0 4;S "(Jlith Ill'rPx . : ,, 11 27 37 3.1 S G3
I Brothers Geason] Brothers Chas. (loodyear. Nor h lot a, and excess un .

and Oompany. An undivided 2-3 Interest In I and Oompany. An undivided 2.8 Interest In west side , . . 11 27 31 20 10 fi0g
east 3-4 . . . . . 13 21 36 80 6 ISC all . . . . 3'S 27 36 640 7 11 S G Olt'ruon . outttq of Jot 3. and excess on
' A.T Perry (receiver) An undivided. 1-3 Interest In AJ; Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 Interest In West side,. . 11 27 37 an 3 &S3

east --&. ,.. . . . 13 21 86 480 2 OS all . . . . .: . .. 3G 21 36 640 3 8: MIlY A J.ockwooo. 1ot2 . . . . 1117 37 10 117 '
I Geason] Brother! Gleason Brothers .' LDLockwoal: .. . NorthweHt Y.(, . . 1'l 21 37 140 1020
and Company An undivided 2-3 Interest In and Company. All undivided 2-3 Interest 1ng Ull'aHolI Brothers I

all : . . . U 21 36 640 7 1 all . . . . . 36 21 36 6-10 7 1J g/ and COIllI18I1Y. East .!.q of southeast U. and
A.T Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 Interest In .\. Perry (receiver) An. undivided Intl'rl'st In northeast 7.1 of lIortht'AHt 3j. 12 21 31 120 T 73tt

all . . . . . .. 14 27 38 640 '3 82 all . . . . 36 27 3/1 6,10 3 8 2 Mary W bfeCullen, North 3:1: nl'r"1! of ]lot 1. ,. U 21 87 33 11 ( !
Gleason Brothers H D Brown . Lot 2. . . . . . . 1 21 31 .21} :2 6l John Aspinwall Lots V and Y. plat of Allpln-
and Oompany. An undivided 2-3 interest in II D Brown. . .. North 36 of southeast 3j: oflIortht'8st wall, df'lIurlln'lllet'd hook X .

all . . ... . :n. Sf 58 6-10 8 84 }(. . 2 27 37 20 2 4 page 7IW, . . 1 & 27 31 21 60 2!
AJperry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 Interest In ASCoyer.. North 34 of southwest 1,.; of John Aspinwall Lot bound north by lot Y of .
all . .. . . . .." 21 21 36 640 40f/ northeast J and north'3j of A"plnwaJJ south by rOAd
Gleason Brothers southeastof northwest4 2 27 31 40 6 6 2 I II 1\KJ\ OIIUIIlIl wide. north
and Oompan .. An undivided 2-3 Interest In 11 Brown. .. .. South 3of southwest t4 of and south anti west by rive-roo, U 21 37 4 13i
north 3y. . . . 23 27 36 320 412 southeast ;i. ... . 2 2'7 87 20 2 1 6 i Gleaaoullrothees
1J Perry (reoeiver) An undivided 1-3 Interest In L'V Warner .. .. West .of southwest 3j Qf and (Company Jltlll and 12. block At .

north ;'. . . . . . 23 %f.6 820 220I southeast 34. . . 2 27 37 20 2 4':]I" Uullle . . . . . 16 27 a1 110;
I Geason] Brothers May S Lockwood West 36 of east U of Bouthwesti GleAHon Brothers
and Oompan All south )4. except south U of of southeast U 2: 'n 87 10 151 D I and (jo lpany. All block C YRIIClallle :. 16 27 37 42 60
southeast U of southwest J-i. II R .] North 23 acres 01 northeast ;y R n ()leason . All Fountain Park, EauOallle 16 ::17 37 4 130
and north % of southeast A4 01 northwest 14, lees west 31, S: 'V Knapp . Lots 1:1: Afld H, block I I E811'
of southwest 34. . . 23 27 SO 280 IS GIS or northwest 3of: northeast haute . 16 21 37 I" lie
Gleason Brothers 1 34 of northwest 7.(. . . 2 27. 37 NCO 8 0.1: REBnriwur: Ali blor'k/ F.aunallle, . 16 27 37 119 .ti
and Oompany. North . . . . 24 27 36 320S/ 20 GJt'allon Brothers John Aspinwall Lot n, bl'k( 20, Eau: ORllle, 16 27 117 4 8C
lBNlnsman. . South M. :. . . . .. . 24 27 SO 320 490 and Company An undivided 2-3 Interest In U A Duke. . Lot II, block 26Eaulallie. 16 ::17 37 180.
1 B Nlnllman. . 0 North j6 . ... . . . 2v; 21 36 820 4 00 west 36 01 northwest :;, west o A Olbb". (agent).. Out lots 1 and 2} except 6 area
Gleason Brothers K of southwest y.. ant southeast to U. u., Eauuallie . 16 27 30 U II 03
and Oompany An undivided 2-3 Interest (10 I 34 of southwellt.J.1 2 27 37 200 10 00 Titus Bates . Lot 24, block 4, lIIubdlvl..I. ( of
south ?{ . . . ,26 21 sa 820S'60/ AJ; Perry (receiver) An undivided 1.8 interest In out Iota 21, 29, 2:1.: Ean lallie. 16 27 37 216
AJPerry (receiver) An undivided 1.3 Interest In I west 36 of northwest U west S savage . rot ::1'7, block 4, lIIuboJlvlKlloli of
southi. .. . . . .. . '',,23 21 36 820 208Gleason ;. of southwest/ U. and south. out lots U. 2:1: 2a. Eau UAlie) 16 21 JJ7 I Ii
Brothers ; I east4 of southwest 3-& . 2 27 37 200 3 61:J I Tltllll Bates . Lot :26, block ::14, auhdlvlHuli of a
and Oompany ... An undivided! 2-3 Interest In Gleason Brothers out iota :.11, 22: : 23: Eau Gallic 16 27 37 1 Gil
northwellt and west 3j of and Compan. An undivided 2-3 interest inlotel,2and8. Havage,. . . rot 12, block 21\, nbdlvillun of
southwest 34 . . ,26 21 36 240 8 /6kJPerry 8 ] . . 3 27 37 12-1 602 ant ]lots 21,22, 2:1.: EIIII (tattle, 16 27 37 2 JGo j
(receiver) An undivided 1.3 Into ret \.. la AJ; Perry (receiver). An undivided I-a Interest In E lpiller.J . Lot 2. lJOUllt01l'1I addition to' ,

northwest- and west )j of ]lots 1. :2 and 8. . . 3 27 37 12t 3 6':J Eau Uelle{ . . 2l 2787 6 l"fG.
southwest;( . . . 26 2'7 36 2.10 2 17 James Long.. . .. Port lot 1. described Deed Book Mary Gllb\rt . Lot 4. llouston's addition to
F Z Vlnllman. . East U of southwest U. . 26 27 36 80 1 86liVandenburg. B, page 21. . : . . 3 27 37 12 4 00 Ean Hallie. . ? . . 21 21 37 1 632:
... West of northeast! 7.1. southeast GJeason Brothers o A Qlbbs (agent)" Lot 13, 1I0uHton' .addition to
/ of northeast '. and and . An undivided 2-8 Interest In EauUa111e; . . . 21 27 J1 2 .771
east 3$ of northwest 3a. . 27 27 36 200 3 88Glellson west 36 of northwest 3 anlllIouth..RlJt Oeuon] Brothers U
Brothers j of northwest ;j. IS 21 31 120 6 92 and JOIIIPIIIIY. southwesttaexrept land MeIuttwh -
and Oompany. An undivided 2-8 Interest In i AJPerryrecelver) .An undivided 1-3 Interest Cn Tuttle] and J1ouKton. 1'7 27 37 120 0 U

northwest 34. . . . 28 27 36 160 2 I 72 west 3la 01 northwest Y.4 and Oll"aMOn Brothl'rs
AJ Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 Interest In southeast ;- of northwest U. Ii 21 37 lZO 3 83 and JolIIlaIlY. All undivided, 2-:1 Interest In

northwest U . . . 28 21 36 160 1 /6 SOGeason Gleason Brothers port beast 74) and north ,3j; of
] Brothers and Company; An undivided 2-3 interest In northwest . .... 1IJ 27 37 240( 8 Cl3
and Oompauy. Northeast 34. east 34 of southeast south 3s of northt'aHti of AJPerry; (receiver) All undivldett 1,3 interest Innortheast34
U, north 3 of north- northwest 7.1. south n of and north ) of \
west4 of southeast 34, north s southeast of northwest U, northwestj. . 18 27 31 2.40 ,4 3D
I 3j of southwest 7.1 of southeast north 36 of southwest };4 of OIPII"OIl Brothers
3'. and northwest U of northwest 34. north "k of and Company. North of southeast' Ui south
southwest U . ." .. i. 28 27 36 3A( 6 70 northwest 34 01 northwest !-: of northwest j4' northenet a
Glellson Brothers : north 3y of southeast ; of 3' of southwest !%. . 18 27 37 2JO 9 7G
and Oompauy.; .. An undivided 2-3 .Interellt In southwest 34. north !v of Wm UOf'h., . :Northwest 7.1 northwest )(. 19 21 37, 40( :Z 12
I south 3j of southeast 34 of ,. northeast of lIouthwt'Ht'y;, 0'11011' Brothtrsand
northeast U. north 3j of '1"" south 1/s of northwest kt of Compan An IlIJdhllled 2-3 Interest In. !

southwest 3 j of northeast U. ."., ". southeast", Ji, anti south !.. of south !3q :. . . . . 10 27 37 320! G 0'4
o.orth 34 of northwest y of ;. southwest 34 of southeast/ 34 AJ; Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 interest In

northeast U. south 36 of north 3y of southeast )r' of south 34 . . . 19 27 37 820 :3 03
northeast 34 of northwest 34. I ,I southeast 34, and north 3 of o C OYllton. Southeast3j! 20 27 31 160 .6 OL
south 36 of southeast of 5. northeast ; of southeast !' 6 21 31 200 9 43A John A.plnwall. I'art lot 2: ;deeeribedDeed Bmk

;; ; northwest north ? of :, .' J Perry. (receiver, ) .All IIndlvld4-.1 1-3 interest to N, page 107 . . . 21 27 37 8T 11 lIS
.,' ,, southwest 34 of northwest ,.1 : < I '. south 36 of northeast !, oft John Allplnwall. Part Jot 2, and of southwes3y' ; .
v 4, north 36 of northwest 3j of T northwest 3-:&. south ,w 01 of northeast. described .
,.r ..1. northwest 34, north 35 of 'if' ." southeast U of northwest U1'Y, Det'd Hook U. rtaae9/: . 21. 27 37 7f G G2: '.t
.i ":.rr.: : northeast 3' of southwest 7.(1 north 4. of louthwellt 1G or SO Gleason.-.Eastisrtotaouth! JV of north- _

\ .south 4 of southwest 34 01 northwest 3j, north f{ of < went X4 . . . 21" 21 31 7i S nrr
I .- southeast U. north 3& of J'' .. northwest 4: of northwest ;4% O Qleason. .. . Went 7 IXMOO) acres of southwest -
11' southeast 34 of southeast 3.4! ?J:: '''.. / .. north >, of southeast % of 3' of northwest 3,, and .
and north 3j of northeast southwest Ji north }$ of part of south % of northwest ,
x"qty": southeast, 3' . . . 33 27 36 ,. 220,, 7 811JPerryreceiver northeast Ji of southwest U. ; l-. . . . . 21 27 37 679-10 P'1(1
( ) An undivided -3 Interest In ,' J.:. :: '. south % of northwest >4 of R Barnes' . Lot 3Lott . , . 2.1: 27 31 10 t 96
'i south 35 of southeast U of i.F. /,{ .:: southeast U. south 3y of y Long, .. .. 1 and 2, and excess on
4 '$.: northeut 34. north !i ofp' : :: :.. southwest W of southeast l-i! Indian Klver not shown on
southwest 34 of northeast U. north >. of southeast >| of ; Government plat. . . 24 27 371M 11 '1& !
'}. north 34 of northwest 3' of ,,': southeast >i, and north }j of i'S O Barnes, . South X of lot 4. 21 :27 97 10 3S& a t
northeast U. south 3. of northeast % of southeast }4 6 27 37 and Skeen Northwest 34 of southeast %. :24 27 37 .0 6 02: ,
northeast 3' of northwest U. Gleason] Brothers o O Teale and II '.
"..' south 3b 01 80utheast} of q. .' and Company. :North *4 of northeast J south Putnam. South 13 acres of lot 2. 212'137 13 8.53
.'" northwest U. north 3s of ... west fi of northeast fsouth Brothersand
'(, 1(;' southwest 3'a of northwest 7.(1 4'P }{ of southeast >i of northeast Company.. An undivided 2-3 interest In

.;... 1t' '. north U of northwest 3' 01 .. .'f.. K, north >i of north- west i of };(. .. 28 21J7: 80 r: 28
northwest ;4. north 3 of :' east >4 of northwest >a% .J Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 interest in ': .
,'./.. 1J'Jt.,. : northeast U of southwest U. .'\\1',, ., t \ south >, of northwest K- of d s 'west % of *outhwe.t }(. 28 2731 (80 J 8Go
ti of ;': to? ;, / northwest 3a% north > of J. ,/ Gleuon Brothen. '
i'; 'f { south of southwest K, ; .
m"r ;" southeast 3a 7.1. north K of ..t,.. ;)t..:' ..: ''. .. southeast $4 of northwest >i% ', and Company. An undivided 2-8 interest In It
aoutheast< of southeast U. ': south 3y of southwest fi of all, except: northeast X. 29 27:' ZIT 480 U R


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-A J Perry (receiver. ) An undivided 1-3 interest in 'I'. 0 Itu8sell........ Northwest north 34 of north... less 2 acres in southeast cor
all, except northeast /. . 29 27 37 480 7 43: east 3.-(, southwest 3 4 ofnortheaat ner. . . . . . . 9 I 35 40 80 a
Gleason Brothers north 3, of Unknown. .. ... . Lot 3, blook B, Fort Pierce . 10 35 40 2
and Company. An undivided 2-3 interest in ... louthwest 4, and southwest Unknown. .. .. . Lot 6, re-subdivision block E,
I allAn . . . .,30 27 87 640 13 30 3ofeouthwest . . 13 31'38,, 400' 12 88 Fort :fIerce. . . ;. 10 33: 40
.A J Perry (receiver) undivided 1.3 Interest in AO Rueaell . .. Southeast 3( of northeast 3 I D L Alderman.,. ... Lots 8 and 9, block G, Tort 4
allAn . . . . . .. 30 37 37 640( 0 88 and aoutheaet. . . . 14 31 38 200 6 321 Pierce . . . . . 10( 83 40 0
I' Gleason Brothers Unknown... ... .. Southeast 3' .of southwest 13 31 ,38 .40 1 85 DL.Alderman... .. Lots- 10, 11 and 12, re-subdi '
.. and Company. undivided 2-3 interest in Unknown . ..... Northwest of northwest. .. HI 81 38 40 18G vision block H, Fort Pierce... 10 35 40 18
) allAn . . . . . .. . 31 27 37 640 13 30. A 0 Uussell. .. .. South:: ) of north 3. and north Unknown. . ... .. Lot 4, block X, Fort Pierce. 10 85 40
1 A J Ferry (receiver) undivided interest in ; ofsouth j} . . . . 19 31 as 316 7 98 Unknown . . Lot 5, block X, Fort Pierce. 10 85 40) 2 7
allAn . . . . .. ... 31 27 37 640 0 88 A 0 Russell. .. .... South 3s of north j}, and north Unknown . .. Lot 6, block X, Fort Pierce 10 35/ 40 27
D r 4ir dleason Brothersand olsouth .. . . . 20 31 38 318 708 ,,00 Olmstead . Lot 1, block 2, Carlton's addi- 27
Company. undivided 2-3 interest in A 0 Russell ... .. Lots 2 and 3, southwest 34 of tion to Fort Pierce . . 10 85 40 q
all ... . . . . . 32 27 37 640 13 80 northwest ;, and north J' of Mrs 0 A O'Brien. Lot 2, block 2, Carlton's addition 5
!* -A J Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 interest in south 34. . . . ... 21 31 as 270 737Mra to Fort Pierce . . 10 33 40 g
allAn . . . . . . 32 27 37 640 6 88 : lames Morrow. Northwest of nortbt'Bst. '..' 22 31 38 40, 1 59 l. DLAlderman..4 Lots 9 and 10, block 2 Carleton's I
.Glenson Brothers A 0 llussell....... Northeast U of northeast 3', addition to Fort Pierce. . 10 35; 40 1
4 and Company. undivided 2.3 interest in SJi' of northeast 3 4 and fract Foster. Merrideth Lots 4 and 5, block 7, Carlton's 6
f'v west >a and west % of south- (nal northwest 3(. . . 22 31 38 278 7 37 addition to Fort Pierce . ., 10 85 40 2
undivided: . . .*. 33 27 37 400 9 70 A 0 Rueae)1) .. .. .. North 3i of northeast 3! and o 0 Olmstead .. .. All, except lots 7 and 10, block 5
.AJ Perry (receiver) An 1-3 interest in southwest 3( of northeast U. 23 31 38 120 3 46 15, Carlton's addition to Fort
went! }4, and west } of south George M rhIlUps.. Northwest of northwest 3(. 23. 31 38 40' 2 UIAOH.ussell. :Fierce . . . . . 10 35 40 2 1
east 3a. . . . . . .. 33 27 37 400 3 83 .. ,. Southwest northweat 3.. 23 3j. .38 40 136.T 0 0 Olmstead .. Lots 7, 8, 9, and 10, block 16
.J: K ]Martin.!' :, . Luteland :I. . . . . 30 27 38 CO 6 02) D Crabb ;.. . 7 acres In southeast corner of Carlton's addition to Fort ,
n 'O I H Powell. . Lots 1 4, 7, 8,10,1, block( 11, southwest 34 of southwest U", Pierce. . . . . . 10( 35 40 2 1,
Melbourne . . . 2 28 37 0 10 described Deed Book Y, page .. G A Keen. ... South % of east 34 of 4 acre
if F Powell.SFGIbb . . Lots 8 and 6, block 11, Melbourne llJO . . . . . :. 2J: 31 38 1 1 81 square in southeast corner of \
+ . . . .. 2 28 37 9 10 o 0 Warren .. ... North 34 flf northeast U. . 2B 31 38 80 2 26 south & of lot 2 . . 10 35 40 1 2 I'
'r *. . .. Lot ft, block 11 Melbourne. 2 28 37 15b Dan 810an. ;. . Northwest U of 1I0rtht'ast ;( 3B 31 3S 40 1 MLA R Lennard. ... Lot 1, block B Andrew's and
John Chandler . Lot 1, block Melbourne . 2.28 37 4 00 Ohallen. .. . :::Ioutheast U, plat of Flem- Richard's addition at Fort
'Cynthia A (tall. .. Lots 10 and 11, block 12, Melbourne ming Graflt. . . . 1 80 3S 160 6' 62 Pierce . . . . . 10 35 40 1 7
I . . . . . 3 28 37 0block 10If Cllas 11 Downing Southwest u., plat of Flem- J Tyler (Estate). All lots 3 and 4, west of R. R.
'0 II Powell .. Lots 1. 4, 6, 6, 7, 10, and 11, minglrant . . . . 1 80 38 100 010 subdivision of lot 4. . . 10 35 40 3 0
15, Melbourne . . 2 II H Linnell .. . Lots 7, 8, 12 to 20 Inclusive, Daisy Morton . North 1-8 of east % of lot 9 1H
I . . . .828:17 ? 662 plat of Flemming Grant. . 19 30 88 100 8 62 subdlvion of lot 4. . . 10 35 40 1 89
I -OH PowellLota2; 3,5, 8, 9/10 11 'ii'and F IIAllen. .. ... .. Lot 3, subdivision of lot 8, plat W .T lllldrll'h . South 1-8 of lot 12, and all lot 13
13, block 10 Melbourne. . 2 28 37 7 71 of Flemming Grant. . . 20( 30 88 IS 2 81S subdivision of lot 4. . . 10( 83 40 6 7 Ii3
lD: F II Wilkes .. Lot 14, block 10, Melbourne. .2. 28 37 1-85 FJ1Allen.'t., . Lot 6 subdivision of lot 3.. Wm Frank . . North : chains of south .
>OH Powell. . Lots 1 and 5, block 18, Mel. It'lemming Grant. . . 20( 30( 38 5 2 85J 7K chains of lot 1. . .. 14 35 40 2 18!
bourne. . . . . 2 28 37 4 93 H Turner. . .. Lots 12,13 14, lIS, 16, 17, 18, 22, SIIJoneaI. . North K of lot 1. . . . 133640 23 14J{
,OH Powell . .. JotR6,9,12 and 13,. block 19, subdlvls of lot 3, plat of Win Frank. . . North 3 62-100: chains of south
Melbourne\ . . . . 2 'Iemmlng Grant . . 20 30 38 74 12 28 7;f chains of lot 4 . . 15 35 40 8 9 7a
r . . . . . V . 3 28 37 11 50 FILAllen . . Lot 9, subdhllilloll of Allen and Thos L Halmes... Lot 4, subdivision of lot 3. . 20 35 40 15 7 :23
5 I OH Lots 1 3 4 5 7 8 and 9, block Jprome' 200 acre! tract. south Cruttenden and
20, Melbourne. . . . 3 28 37 6 32 I of north fork of l4ebastlan: I Card... . South ftO> acres' of lot 5, exceptan
:'Mrs: C B MoBrlde: Lot 2, and north 30 feet of lot 4, River, 'plat of 'Iemmlng undivided 3G interest paid
block 23, Melbourne . 2 28 37 0 10 Grant . . . . . 87 by W. H. Cruttenden. . 28 33 40 25 103
'0 :J Hector (Estate) South % Of lot 1, block 24, Melbourne . ... . oJ.. . . 12 80 38 C ,JGwInn. . South 25Ji acres of southwest
. . . . .. 2 28' 37 10 60 . . . . . . 19 31 39 106' If 82 U southwest % . . 28 ;33 40 25 4 14
:MrsMF' Martin. Lot 11, block 24, Melbourne 2 28 37 1 &3 F II Allen. . ;,. 213( acres unplatted tract In F Donahu .. East 1-3 of north 33 acres of J
4 H JonesITnknown. . . .. Westotlot5, and all lot 7 fork of river, plat of Firm southeast U of southwest *4. 28 35 40 11 1 !
.t' .' block 20 Melbourne . . 8 28' 37 .10 60 mlng Orant. . . . 10) A Plo (Estate)... East. K of northeast U . . 33: 33 40 80 4 (001)(j
. . lot5block Melbourne . 3 28 37 185 . . . . . . . ::4l ::10 38 21+ 2 43 Cruttenden and .:
;Mrs O E Williams Lot 3.1 block 31, Melbourne ; 3) 28 37 8 lMdLaul8a F If Allen. . All, except lots 6-1, ClI, uo; 67, CardOruttenden. . . East % of northeast *>( except
J Henley Lot C! lying east of'lot B, block &4 93:', 94, 95, 110, plat of }'le1l1'ming an undivided 34 interest paid,
48 Melbourne . . . 3 2337 7 71 Or"llt. . . . . 2:1: 30 3S 595 17.75 by W. II. Cruttenden . :? 3M/ 40) 37 12 84
,l If A Spalding. . Lot gyp; lying east (of lot 4, subdivision I HAllen . . Lots 1to 19. 23to 81,41),46) I and
L, of northwest }{ of plat of Flemming Grant. . 26 30 38 180 6 W Card .. Lot 1, except) an undivided %
block . . . . 3 28 ,, 37 IS G 23WIMetcalf : F 11 Allen. . . AII except lotll 14 to 18, 01> to interest paid by W. H. Crut-
. .. Lot C, Melbourne. 3 28. 37 002 OO, 48, 120, J7: 128, plat of tenden . . . . . 36 85 40 5J 3 Oil
+ David. MurrayPart]!, of southeast M of southeast lo'lemming Gnnt . . 5 ; 38 0 II L Chandler, Southwest 3{ of northeast 3. 24 3d. .35 40 2 40 ]
tf, desoribed Deed Book . ? . ... . . 20 30 au 670 17221lI Dhas M llart . Southeast 3( of southwest . 28 38 87 40 3 371
A A page 40 . . . ". 8 28'37 ; 2 3IIardlng. Benson (Estate.) North 6 acres of Jot I east of L. 88ley and Morgan Southwest};'i of southwest) 3b. 28 :an 37 40 3 :17:I
i it, described Deed Book "' B Howard.. .. South 40 acres of lots 3 and 4, l.es8ley and Morgan Northwest! of northwest 33 80 37 40 4 341
Y, page 94 . . . . 3 28s 37 U 2 45 west of U. n., 'IXpC I b acres [[TOOlmstead : .. Southeast 3( of southeast 3. 20 3G 88 40 1 4.11:
1 ,A. J.IHppard... . Part of southeast H of south. to Braddock and 1)a acres to Carl Leufsted . ofsouthwest
east 3(, described Deed Book "- HaJJ In lot 4, and 10 acres to 3 30 40 10 243]
I, page 77. . . . . 3 28 37 J' 2 43 Hunter. . . . . . 6 31:11: 231Vm 10 00 Mrs OH Books s. Lots 22: and 2.7: block 0, re-sub
:-w-P'Dnbose.: ] .. . Part of southwest 3, of south- '. \ 0 Braddook.Tr. Part lots 3 and 4', described division of White City ... 4 36 40 1)81)
Ij cant >4, and part of southeast Deed Bood lIU, pages 67 . 6 31 30 136 2 15 VIJ: Little . .. ;Lot 24, block 0, re-subdivision
) M of southeast *>i. . 3 28 37 t 1228 A 0 Russell. .. . Part lot 6 between Florida East White City . .. . . 4 30 40 1 2.11
i 'Win .VanSclialck... All south *' of southwest )fi Coast Railway and A. O. Un: 0 II Rooks . Lots_ 10 and 11. block: 30reeubdivision -.
north of Crane creek 3 28 37 25 0 10 Uussell'8'" U.. n, . . . 6 31 30 1.6 66:1: 1vn to City ", . '; 4 88. 4U I 28:
If Hattle B Bell . Southwest >i of south- west-J(. 4 28 87 40 2 68 A 0 Russell. . Northwest! corner of lot 7. . 6 31 311' J. 101( I 1.TVlnunt; ... Lot IH, block 30, re.subdlvlllloao
t ::Nancy S Carter. South X of northeast X V . 0 28 37 80 4 00 H Benson (Estate).. Lot 3. . . . . . . 7 31 311 40 6 asCruttenden White City . . . . 4 36 40 0/1
} Louisa J Henley.. North & of southeast X . 9 28 37 80 403 and ''ICard. W J Kirby. . Lots 8 and IIi) block -0, r -subo- !
iI K WGoode"JllVGoode.. ... .. Lot 8; block H, South Melbourne ... . J..otIJ. 2, 3 and 8, except an undivided division White City . 4 SB 40 1 21
. . . . . 11 28 37 3 1)1)/) J. Interest paid by .T T Gray . . ut 15, bloc M, re-su bdlvilioll .
Ill . ,. Lot 12, block J, South Mel I 'V. 11, Cruttl'lltJen." . . ]0 31 31)0 1)6 9 70 White City . . . . 4 36 40 08 t
bourne . . . . . 11 28 87 2 1 47 I Oruttt'nden and Phil 'Ulendorf.,. . Lots D and ]((1, block 117, re-sub- I
.itoee'A Lewis ,. . Southeast K of southwest i/. 11 28 37 40 6 02 I Card. . Lots 3, 4, 8 anll 0, excl'pt a.n. undivided division White City . . 4 86 40 121 iCA
t r O IS Adams. . . South:! *4 of northeast Ji of 34 interest pall by :Flower. . Lot 7, !lock 73, re-subdlvllillon a
southeast }:(, and south >,) of W. U. Oruttendpn. . . 16 3130 T3 881II White Olty . . . . 4 31)). 40 1 21
,1 southeast J 4' . .. . 13 28 37 100 I 9 40 Benson (Estate).. Lot 6. . . . . . 21 31 au 40 4 01 A Plo (:Estate t!: ). . 'Leta. ) 13 to 1/1, Inclusive, block e
..Mo1ll0 Itopaon.! All lots 2 and 3, and south ., James E Dodge.. North 3G of lots 10 and 111.. except . 73. re.sllbdlvlslon White City 4 30 40 7 53 11
lying south and east of Tur- north S acres ot lot 10. 26 81 30 3j 7 71 Ul'eterson.; . . 's8and D, block 73, resub- b,,
4 key creek, except lots 1 and I. Cav6ndt"r . . North Ii acres of lot 10. . . 20 .31 89 5 ::2 1:2: division White Oity. . . 4 36 40 1 10LJensen. 111
2 of Hopson'a subdivision and John A Farwell Southwest U of lot 4 . . 21'1 31. .39! 10 1111) .. . . Lots 8, 9, 11 and IS, or all block.
land to Howell . . . 24 28 37 120 3504 John A Farwell Southeast 7.i or northwest 35. 33 31 ao 40 4 06Geo 7Sre-subdlvl8l0n White City 4 36 40 12
"W B PierceFlorida . . Northwest of northeast }( of ,, i 'V Keith.. ... South of southwest 34. . 33 31. $0 80 4 98 Mrs C 11 Rook. . Out lots and 111, re-subdlvlslon l I
southwest \i . . . . 20 28 37 10 3 53: A 0 Uussell. . All, except st'l.tionIU . . sa 3t n-lol S1 49 White City. . . . .. 1 80} 40. JO .J 30 )1Mrs
Coast line 1 A 0 Russt"lI. . All, except north 34 of northwest 0 II Hook. . North 6 acres of southeast U, I r
Canal and Transportation U. northwest 3( of I of northeast 3( and south b 011
4 Com northl'IIl1t U of section 14, and acres! of northeast3a of northeast .
I pany. Northwest I*4 df southwest ).t. 36. 28n: 40 2 45Eoore .all sl'ltlon 16. . . . 3:1: 37 2:180; 87 41 U. . . . . . .. 8 36 .40 10 2 i1 y b.
and Cumin A J 'l'angltlllall... Southeast y oCsouthl'lIll1t 3(. 3 32: OJ40\ oj liT Mrs. 0 II. hooks . South:! 5 acres of northwest 4 AI'
ings. Part lots 1 and 2, described Ida B W lr.. . South 34 of southeast 34 oe r of northwest sand north u w
Used Good W, page 208 . 6 28 38 3 2 43 northwest 3 4 ? . . .. 3 :12: 39 20 301 acres of southwest 3 ohout\-\ hi,
Grace V Goode. . West 0 chains of south % of A J Tan elllall... Northeast 3-. of southwest ;;.. 3 32 SI: 40 4 111 V west ;( with land abutting on f .
1 lots 4, and 3, and 5 acres In J A to\exwn.\ . . Soutlu34 of southwest 3a, t'C4 east running to river. . I 9 au0 IG 3 91Mrs
lot I 9. . . . . 6 28 38 11 523: ,'eopt 1 acre In southeast cor- C It Rooks North U of south 3' of northlkest "
Dl'th(>Adams . Lot of Gov. lot 8. . . . 0 28 38 10002) ner. . . . . . . 3 32 39 79 10 0Ii 5 4 of southwest 7.(. . 10 3B. 40 10 2 4S; ]3
Virginia Miller South II) acres of north 18 acres 2.Cavender. . North)4ofsouthwest3north- John. J Britt ..... ? South. 10 acres of northwest 3( aof
of lot 1O . . . 0 28 38 I 0 10( /BO west 3( of south l\t1t 3., allli southwest 3. . . . 10 36 40 10 243 D''
a4} ,49) V 011I114. . . South\ 8 acres of lot 10 . 6 28 38 8 0 02LotO ) southwest U or northeast 3(. 4 32 39! 100 30( 08EBNautnan. Cruttenden and
f Mrs 0 A M Phillips t block II, Graves plat of .. . North 34 of southwest % of Card :.. . South 2:1: acres of north 34 of .
.. ltlrlbourne' Beach . . . 7 28 38 1 31 northeast 3( . . . . 14 ::12 3f 20 3 01 lot 2, except: : an undivided 3Q a'
.John Asplnwnll. 1.0t.l.: ." . . . . 20 28 88 11 68 Will Brown .. . South3, or southeast . 2:1: 313(1; ; ( SO .-& 111 interest paid by W. U. Crut- )1
d John Actplnwall. .ot.J.) ) . . . . 21 28 38 7 41 I D H 'Velr. .. bleat 36 of northwest 3(, and tendf'n . . . . . 12 sa 40 12i 7 48. A,
f I John I) Cotton . Lot Ii, fl, 7, 8 and 0, block O, north of southwest 1(, except ;- C If Edwards . Southeast southeast 34. 16 36 40 40 1 ;59
'w '..:. :. lots 5, li, 7,8 and 0, block II, west 3Q uf northwest U E K Pratt (widow). Part lot delerllwd Deed Book
lots 7,8,0, 10 and 11 block I of southwest 7.(. . ... . 23 "fl. JA: .. 1:111: II 42 L, page 231. . . . . 18 36' 41 20 8I'/ :I nT
lots ],2aIll13, block J, lots Will Brown ... South 36 or southwest J". . 23 3.1: 3U NU 3 81J A Tauman . Part. lot 2, described Deed Buck P
1,2 and a, block K, lots 1,2, A Sexton.\ ... . East 34 northwest 3 4 . .2532 au 1iIO. D48 Eo page 464. . . . . 18 86 ".II 24 16 21 !
\ ,' a, 4,3, and 0, block L, plat inDeed Samuel Walker . North 4 of northwest 3( . 211 32 ::111 MIL! ::1 SI D F Aaken y . _. North II acres of lot 3. . . IS Sd '41 Ii 5 38 1 1Saeger k
Book X, page 753\: . 20 A 0 Espy . . :-\outhwt'stl\ (. . . . . 26 32 3U tOO 7 :23/: Bros. . Lot 6. subdivision of lot 1. . 19 36 41 16. 6 = d
. . . . . 21 Samuel Walkt'f .'. northeast 3(. . 27 3:1: 3\1\ 89 I 3 8& :-\at'ger\ Bros. . North 32 acres of lot 2. . . 19 86..1 3:1: 23.EM 70
; .1. ; 28 2838 35 H081 l\Iary-EJellnlng North 34 of south BKt ;! of :::lay lor.. . Part lot 2, described Deed Book h
:D S Carter.O . . All blockaIB.andplat in 1 northeast t 4" . . . 11 3:1: 3i1 20 1 00V n, page 80andW 300. . 19 36' 41 1\: 2018 I..
t' Book X, page!! 73J; . . . 20 i J \ Bettys . .. South 34 of northeast ;( of 'V II Kilpatrick. North 41 acres of lot I. . 2'J 3U 4L 41 1 15 UU \I
i . . . . . 21 northeast ;( . . 13 3.1 roo 2n 2 11 1 C Ii Gifford, . Part of south of lot 1, de p
. . . . . . . :28 28 38 10 23 61 I T. 'E Barnes . Northeast U of northeallt; 2-1 33: 3U 40 2 71 1 erlbed Dl"l'd Book 18:1: 29 36 41 T 756 b
I V Hinei. . . North > : . . . .8328 38 21 0 02 I Hobt l\IorrowEst.) Lots 4 and 6. . . . . 1 3:3: 40 78 401 'V H Kilpa/r4ek. Northeast ;.\ of northeast j, p
'O V HI nCB. .. . N acre! r'orlot.J.part of lot 1. 31 28 38 >,' 78 Wm McCabe . l.ot3. . . . . . 8 83 40 20 1 43 and north 10 acres of southeast t.
1 ILK Brainnard.. South ..Q of northwest j:1': t northeast L E Barnes ." South:\ of lots 1 and 2, lots S, 3. of northeast u.. . SO 3611 ISO 16 59
i >4 of southwest >4% less 4,5 and 6, and eouthwesta 18 33 oil) S7O :13 33L o B Gltl'ord . . Part of southeast 3( of north-
16(4 acres . . . 8 20. 38 00 0 40 E Barnes . . North }4, east 3. of southwest east 31 . . . . . 30 Sfl 41 IS+ 3 67 J
3? :M Dutcher.. . South\ 10 acres of northeast 4" 3', and southeast 3(.. . 19 3.1 40 L\.t0 27 8-& .T T Waters. :North '10 acres of south j. of ;',
s of southwest 3j. . . 8 20 33 10 3 53: James Marsh. . Lot 5. 21 33 40 40 4 34 lot 2 . : . . . . 3'J 36 41 10 1241 ''
!,' It Marian Elliot. ? North part of northwest of L E Barnes . . :South:: 54 acres of northeast )(, Unknown All Hutllhlruon's Island except I'
1 ? northeast I KJ, north of Goat and east 3s of southeast 3-\\ 31.33 oil) 134 7 53 Undivided Interest or 8.8-: 1,
Creek . . 17 20 88 20 6 tU: L E Barnes .. South l of lot 1, Iota :.I anti. 3, acres paid by Lewlll and
15 Cecil . : South!\ part of northwest v{ of and southwest 3( Of southwest EVt'rt'tt. . . . ... .'. JIJ: 41 186 2& 23 J
? ? northeast >j. South of Goat 31. . . . . . 82 33 40 122 10 08Wm E 0 B Tyndall. . Lot 5. . . . . . . 22 37 40 34 3 37
Creek . . . 17 20 38 20 0\ 23: :Iloall.:: . . East 6 acres of northwest 7.C of E 0 B 'fyndall . Lot 3 . . . . . 23 3'7 40 1.1: lISt
j I, south 20 southwest 3(, and northeast Henry Whipple East'of northeast 3 . 37 40 803M )
6V! of 27
ECecil. . .. . North ,, acred 4. "
acres of southeast *( of northeast U of southwest i 4" '' '' 11 34, 33: .6. 2 70 J 0 }'rlnk . . Northeast 3' of northwest U, ,5
,it .. 1 north :30 acre' of Dan Sloan:! . . North 34 of 4 acre tract 111 and northeast IIacres of
L northeast 4 34 of southeast 4(, southwest corner of north- northwest y of northwest 3' 27 37 40 old' 2 oJV :
7 n 3& 33 2 3 00 \ I Allt'n. . .
,; north V| of north Jor south west S( of southwest 3(I" North part lot 8, described
: t M of HouthwtMt ii of north Marion A Patrick Deed Book 8, page 211I1. . 2 31 41 11 2 79
rust J-4(, south 23: acres; of (Trustee) Northl'lIl1tHoflloutht'8st 3;(. 6 3& 40 40 211 H 1\1 Johnson North 3' of saoth6 of lot 4.. 2:17: 41 10 2 01
1 :. northwest t.( of southeast. l!, -- Mary .N Jenninga Southwestj of southeast Y.& 6 3& 40 40 136 John lIl1er. . 23.4: acres fll southeast corner or r ,
and south 1 acre of northeast! : Diary E Jl'nlllngs. West M of northeast 3:& . 20 u 40 1-10 4 011 of northeast J..(, describe -
j! of southeastX . . 17 20 38 111 11 to W'IIJ Andertlon... Lot 1. except land to Urltt. . 23:' 34 40/10 1 30Wm Deed Book W, page 160" IS 37 41 24 3 00 ,
land 20 :34 40 6:1 :2 11 Hampton allli t
'C A Sagerntroiw . North 0 acre'* of south 10 acres Auderson. ... Lot 2, except to
t of northeast J-f of outheat l( 17 29) 38 0 2 13: J IJ Cartt'r. . . Lots 9 and 111, subdivision of Taylor . . I.ota2: 3 and S. . . . . 13 37.n 73 4 14
Joseph; UrU s' t ..1dcl eii. :North 10 acres of northwest 3n northt'lllitc louthwest ;4' 28 3& 40 25 10 08 of northwest ;Ji . 22: 37 41 10 II 61
of southwest :'.i . ... . 21 :!'J:18 10 1 53 E.T RIlllell . Part of southeast 3", describedDeed W E McClinton Part or block j, JdXUO:! feet In
W II McCttU .. . Lot 4. . . . . . 23 2!) :1.1: 40 6 02 Book I, page f \:1.: . 28 u 40 4 5 27 northeast corner of town plat _
I D Fish . Lot II., . . . 36 3:1110: 10 20 afary E'Jennings East 3G of northeast 34" . . 20 3oW 80 2 71 of Jensen . ? ? . 22 37. 41 494 I
O A Russell . All, except section 10. . . 20M :m :12400 un 11 J It llendricks... Lot 3 . . . . . 7 :15: 8'1' .0 1 43
3:10:18 12 2:I 12 J U Hendricks... Northwest 3. of northeast 3(. 20 35 36 40 1 23D ;J
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A Froscher. . . North 'a of east ls of lot 3. . : [Continued on Page l1J
f :J Kenney South > of east" < of lot 3 . a\ll: JW 13 4 r.tU : I. -\Iderman... Southwest. of southeast 3.. 1:1: SS 37 40 628 )
Margaret elaney. Lot 1 a. . .?. . . 2:12O: ::10:1/04: / 38 I 53: Wm 'V Brown. . Lot I. . . . . .1 35; 40 II'" 2 71
M M Fee T.oh3 and 4 . . . 30 3910 8 80! J S Bell. . . Part lot 1, band north by Taylor ADVOCATE
II Jackson .. .. North 3 acre of south 17 acre* ereek,east by Indian Ill ver THE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
of lot I. . . J. . 28 3nm 3 1 83KM : and South by A. Bell. . 3 33 40 2 2 41
L A O BussellA . .. All, except section 10. . . 31 80 22400: ) 20KM Lillian l.ane... . Part lot 2. described Deed Book
O G 14:>>,. . . . 3 35 40 2 1 ISO Print all kinds of Soamerclal: Stationery Wedding Cards
<> Russell . All except section IU. . . ::11:17 2240O ) 20 page Stationery, JIm, Etc.
A 0 Bussed .. Southeast\ }! of northeast J.(, Gt'o Saunders . Part lot 3, described Peed Book Letter Heads
Houtheartt Vf, and HOiithuaAtVf v, paget73. . . . 3 33 .O ]st 610 Yore Heads, Envelopes, Shipping Tags and anything else you want!
of mxithwe: %4' . 12 81 38. 240 7 73 lIV Main . North S chains or southeast Jt, SEND US TOUR ORDERS. WORK GUARANTEED.i .



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I And Topics of General Interest. Look for W. W. Luce's ad. page 12. town a day or so (hit week Special Sale Monday, May lOtl Governor .'i'. S. Jennings arrived atTltulVllIe. The ADVOOATB Is now on file at all

-Our office has been Inundated wltl AROID ROOFING. See ad. of G. F. at J. 1C. Walker & Co's. from Tallahassee. on Monda, the best hotels in New York city
afternoon and remained long enough to
TUB ADVOCATE callers this week. Paddison on page 8.Mrs. .Men's Shirt., a'special line, well wort have a little talk with a> few ncqualnl Where to stop In Tltnsvlllef See TI.

11.50 per annum. In advance.. -Mr. F. 14, Tyler, of Fort Fierce wa -: Wm. Jarvis, of Cocoa ""uln $1.00 each, at 50 cents. anus and the AnvoOATK: representative. tusvlllo hotel ad on our llth page.

i $1.00 six months In town on Tuesday.Mr. town a short while on Tuesday I' A stilt bosom shirt, good value at C O Ho was accompanied by bin wire and Iler I Where to atop along the East Coast
(2.00 per an. to foreign countries. cents, this sale only 27 cents' later, ; also the 00v81'nor'lI '
list of hotels II.
W. G. of furnished See on page
Paterson Cocoa spent Capt. J. O. Walton's cot Adjutant
When subscribe for the ADVO Belmont Tweeds the proper thing for son and Geetend J. C. It. Fonter
you a day or so in town thin week. tage for rent. Apply I\t this office. Take note of the ad. of the Leaming' w9
I CATS by the year It does not cost you Men and Boy's working pants worth Scents of whom we have Been very llttl
' [ three cents per week, postage; included. Candidates for office will oblige by; -Mr. G. Nolle one of Shltoh's orange per yard; Monday only 21 cents. since we were" together ut Buffalo sm, ton, West Palm Itonch whloh Is under

date of expiration printed upon sending In $5: with their announcement.'- growers, was in town a> day or so tbli Rain Coats, a few more left just the Niagara Fulls last summer The above" the management of Mr. W C. Ernest
Note week. This week. thing for fishermen cheap at ftl.OO: ; you party was accompanied by UovernoJennings' This house will remain open all the sum
I jour paper or wrapper every Prosecuting Attorney James E Andrews may have one tor $1.40. cousin Colonel Wm. Jennlngi,: mer. It la situated opposite the poet h
li> receipt for your money. No need was in town several days this -Mr. J. E. Ingrabam, of St. August- Apron Checks the 8 cent quality for Bryan a former! candidate for the pros!. oil oe. r
lor us to lend receipt for subscription week. tne, waa' a on Tuesday's southbound .. .
0 cent ] of the United States who was 01
date it to on Monday denoy We are In receipt of a very pretty folder -
I gives you.
The -Mlas Mary Stewart left here yesterday train. Ladle, Hats, this sale only, shapes- his way to Havana in the Interests of from Mr 1I..E. Bemis, manager of '

TUB: EAST COAST ADVOCATE at la flvt 01 for Bonaventure to keep house fo: -Mr. Willis E. Gerow. agent for the Sailors and Pattern bats-all go at actual Collier's Weekly, and his own paper th the Royal Victoria and Colonial hotels,

ale ac the following news-stands her brother Standard Oil Co., wall in town part of: cost at this sale. Commoner. Nassau Bahamas who this summer,
cent per copy : Monday and Tuendav. 20 yards of Rood weight unbleacheidemestlu They wore on the parlor car of the will the famous Medford Springs)
Titusvllle-B. K. Wilson & Son. -Mr. John L. Jensen, owner of th< fur one dollar. Florida East CoiiHt Railway en routs to

! J. B. Soreven. Al Fresco hotel Jensen was In town 01 -Dr. n. R. Wilson. of Titusvllle, tnAdea Dotted Swiss, white and In colors, I\t Miami, where they were to> board the ,I hotef Bedford, Penn.

Jacksonville-Duvalllotel. Tuesday and Wednesday.Mr. trip to. Grant ..TiiBsd.iy to attend inemo 12t rents. per, jaid.Fruit Peninsular 4: Occl.lfnll\llIteatnHhlp: Co.' Mr. P. M. Quintan of the Hotel Royal

News stand, Union depot -: J. M. Sanders, one of Cocoa'i+. who was badly cut at that plnocHt lilenolilug, 12 jards for $1.00.) steamship| for Havana, tt witness the t'nlnclnna, Palm Bench, owns. and manages I

prosperous merchants/ was in town fion ,Ht, Saturday. M-kttlngs, Newest down-ttMlnte of Inanguiatlon I ceremony of T. EHrrndit the New Columbian hotel, hotel J j

TReading notice ads. are ten cents Tuesday until Wednesday.Mr. Editor E. D. Odin, who had been on patterns In the city. tlleclallfl.oouat of l'ulnta, who was to lie Installed as ilisl springs: N. Y. The Columbian )
this A visit to Melbourne, paused through 10 per cent, Monday onl,. )president of the Rupubllo of Cubic The built of buck and atone and the house
I | per line on page.: \ K. C. MoKenney, of Grant, was. here Monday en route to his borne in New Home Sewing Machines at right Governor will lie joined In Hnvana by Di hue been thoroughly. renovated and refit

Sam Perkins,Sanford clean clothes aMrs in town a day or so this week, and callerMt North Cu'ulna.\ prlo.... J. 1.1'orter State /health otlktor; and E.
the A.Dvo<5ATK office while here. *Just rcc'lvedIlRndslllJle Monlschalt s M. Hendiy. president of the !State: Hoard ted.Mr.
of tbe Flor-
has been
B. R. Wilson who enjoying F. C Ilajdon,jnftnagor
-The nineteenth annual commencement
I a visit\: with relatives at Indlanola, -Mrs. E E Rollins of this pUce, hat exercises at the John I n. Stetson fur grown people and children. Home of Health !and they will Investigate UK da House, Ht. Augustine which lias just
I returned borne on Saturday.The been enjoying a visit with Mrs. W. Xllendry tiling new each week., sanitary ooudltlouaof Cuba completed the must prosperous season la ;"
University Del.and will commence on .
Cull and No trouble to show AdJutnnt-Genorul Fo..ll'r..o? the Florida
tUls week. ; liutpect
of Fort Pierce, its history left Monday!\ for SarttogaSrtilnqs :
.. usual service will be held at the Filday next, May 123rd.Mr. you through our store. Mail oidois ,HO. .. State 'Troops will/ also Attend the Inauguration to tAke chargu of the Lafayette

.. I Uetbodlst[ church, Titusvllle, next Sun. I -Miss Isabella Burn, of Canaveral, K. L. Motlow, had .the misfortune Idled !satisfaction guaranteed, and all ceremonies In Havana." On Hotel which, he has leased for the sum .
: [day evening, beginning at 7:4.1 o'clock. II now a student at the OeorIn.AlabllmaDuslnealt to lose both of his wildcats, last freights paid his return he will probably Inspect the net1+ season.Mr. p

I Read the ad. of Chas. T. Mo- College Macon, Ga., where the week. They had been fed on >fish to quitean .- '.:" Yours to nerve, Key Wool, Miami and Daytona rifles
; new merchant of ADVOOATK follows to keep her in tarot extent recently and that Is supposedto "J J. n. WALKKU: CO.Tltusvllle (}ca"ernorenalnteR/ was looking bright O. P. Soave, manager of Magno-/;
]Bride, realer I In general se share, with aiTaiis on the East Const have killed them. \ Fla. and oheeifiil, and was n* hearty In Mireelings 1\Springs\ ) hotel 1?'la., and Hotel Aspln-
I for
Melbourne lIe Is bidding a
;"' the wall Lenox Mass. sends the ADVOOATB
PHOTO- [ as of yore lie thought ,
Jot your trade. and -The Misses Mine and Daisy Brady ? weather a little warm to go to Cuba one of his handsome folders, showing
-Capt. Henry Wilson and Mr. Wm. graphic Gallery Tltuavllle. Picture see of this place will give a social party 'Attorney: F J. Webb paid a visit tr but he had made) up his mind to be pre. views of the palatial Asplnwall and au I-
IPraetorius, of Canaveral were In town his samples' Photogiaphs and this (Friday) evening In honor of their Cocoa on Tuesdav. sent at the inauguration ceremonies of rounding country. The folder contains i

; I part of Monday and Tuesday, shaking Frames,something Enlargements new. Mouldings Friend Miss Jessie Duwllng, one of Live T.=, A letter from Mr. A. B. Brown statei the lust president of the island Mrs. twenty views. and la I a credit to Mr. Set...- "'

I bands with their many friends.I Always Oak's popular young belles. that lie has left Lake Butler, and Is now I Jennings and Mls Mann were as clrarm- vey and his tine summer hotel. +

I TWENTY-FIVE WOOD CHOPPERS Attorney C. T. McCarty one) of Ancona's Judge D. L. Gaulden who was detained at Gainesville.Miss Ing as ever and they were looking for )[r. S. Graham, manager of Hotel Bisoayne ''t
wanted at once Call or write to prosperous pineapple this growers office I In DeLand for week or so, owing "-' Venetia Ml IMS, who tins beer ward to their visit to Cuba with much Miami' accompanied by his genal : '

F. W. WHITB was a pleasant caller at attend theproving on to the linens( of his wife. returned here, teaching school in Georgia" returnee(; leastire. Colonel Bryan, was In the wife and chief clerk Mr. Louis Cole, jl
lie to to when lie arrived at
Tuesday came of
up Monday to attend to some law cases he arms Morpheus through Tltuavllle, Wednesday
Homeland Fla.
| Itno. boots yesterday, much to the pleasure passed
of a homestead case. ntusvllle so we did. not have a chance
up ,
had la Drevard County Court. at her friends.A'rchdeaoou. en route to New Turk Mr. Graham ha.lee.ed *
I -Mr. and Mrs. R. R. McCormick of -MI"s" Marguerite Riley of Boston to greet "the silver-tongued orator Murray Hall, nt Thousand Islands,
ICocoaniit been In Phil. Judge A. D. Penney after the ter. B. F. Brown will hold DI. to the County Court being in
Grove, who have who has been .spending the winter on :: Owing for the summer season, but will open ;
for ooople of weeks have ruination of the County Court on Wed vine service on Sunday morning next at esklon, thorn were not so many people
jitlelpbla 'a> bo I KiiMt Count, kit liar Now 11 ik on an office for a short. time In :New York:
Rime to Lake: Edward, Canada, for the For l"l1Ieek... n tt site! him ntK Monday. |> >
I summer.Mr. Dixon of (.' .IT i In MUtnl! wheie he went to'assist. his urud'at Mrs. .ocus.Mrs
visiting law I |iartn.i In tjefendiugsome prlaouei it 7:30 .' \"ck.: Grand Hole), Mount] Vernon com-
and Mrs J. W. MenllJ of KHOlias / Fred F. Taylor and Mrs 8. II. lu Dade Circuit Court ''n ii ml* grand sceuery and there Is a ,)
City; Mo who have been spending, Peck and family, who have been at -Mrs. A. K Lntmlnif' ,! of Kau Gallic, OFFICES TO BE FILLED. harming village but a short distance
Itlie their beautiful winter Manled, on dundiy evening at 7.0:: over st I the )Inillan River hotel l 1
season at tooklrdgt all the. winter, were among topin'd roin the house 1/1 na woods In abundnoe -
(home at Tropic have left for their sum- 'nexday's nor)hI,)utid passengers, en .'clock, 'ur the rtM.looco thebiltle's.mreuts 'rita.vlllefruni'1'busslay afternoon unit Theie Is n 1 urge number of nlTlces!' both .. make the neighborhood dollgbtful,

met home oure to Grand Rapids und IVtoskey, ) Willis, on to Main Mltia struct M.itild, Tl'usvllle DuvU.' (,JulI111'lItnl"I'1I Eli.ort -- Mil' ,* morning, when she l Me fur lout Slate anti county, for which oauilldatts nd there I I. an nUI'lctlve(011/ course... 16

-Mm. Henry IS. Junes, who ban been 34 101)., fur the HiuiunHr. Mr. Taylor Bill) ; ale In older. The nn.tlal on, on the St.:: John'.lth'er, on a visit to flee to be nomln
"ponding the winter with her daughter remains at Kooklodge. but will follow knot wax' tied by Attorney F. J. Webb. her .son.rTlio. I (he Wh: of July next Ac. he w here the head of the family may eas-.

Mrs. Wm )[, Brown; of tills place, left Ilitn. ..,. 'itulnr' nioo'ltiit of Friendship n... ,, ih. call for the primaries end Ily get away from his business over Hnn-

for her home in New Hartfoid Coon Rniidmaster E. Ben. Carter of the -Mr, J. E. Farmer, a former: yardmaster CJ1': pter y... II, K.iKtein Slur, will la he rues for ooudiiollng Mm seine the ,lay Mr. George K Hates of the' Alta- "
on Friday last.Contractor. at Miami, but now aboaiduoivrun held In thtllr Chnptei-iuom, 'lit nivllii. following olllces I...; be voted for ID Bre- memo hotel, Altatnonte, Fla., 1s I the
E Ktllwav, stuppetfuverbetefrumMonday
F. C.
: | one of the F. E. U. Railway Co.'sfreight the Grand 1 1PROSECUTINGATTORNEYTO
7iun'eiock: vard proprletoruf
A. McDonald: until Tnend.iv.. 11Jwaaon lil.. text Tuesd.ty evening al county .
.JOI'eph trains, left here Wednesday for sharp. A 'lull attendance of membenrequested. hue United' States Senator. i"
has completed Ms work at Palm Bunch "nnua1'l111l.ectlon, the ralliond r> twt>eo
Atlanta, to join. his wile and little danghter. I.. One Ueprcsniitatlvoln! Congress
and has returned t<> his b..m. at Miami Jacksonville and Miami and he has the They will probably return her. In OUM. Jnntlcu. of the linpl'enalllJollrt.
where he Is being warmly welcomed by pleasure (?\) ot milking it on a hand car, a day ur so. Messrs. Oeo. M. Robbins, of Tltusirllle One Secretory of Sure ;
big numerous friends. In* the hoi sun. We du not envy him .; George "'. Paddison I K.ui Galileind ; State Coniptioller, RESIGN. ,
his trip. I -Kov. W. A. Myrei the pastor nf the Ankons left -
C. 1'. McCarty, ynstttr- Two Rullinad VlJln'nl -.looe'a.
-Mr George N. Hatch; Kockledgo'swell ilethutlls' church at will hold
who has been ; lay, for Janksunvlllr, to attend the the the of Urevard County:rOwing
known storekeeper, wee In town on -Mr. Maurice Walsh services at the Methodist church, TltU'- also theuioqiiot One Representative Ip Legislature.; To People
of Knights Templar
)Monday and Tue-daJ. Its Is always a employed by jftr. O. Seavtiy la both vllle every evening' next week, bo ln- "meeting by the My tlc;rihilneis (110'I'Cs Assessor, to the great increase In my
welcome visitor to Titusvllle. We acknowledge iis summer and winter hotels, and has uingon Monday. ,The services, which last given. One TiU Uolloctor. luslnnsM'And Interests In the south end

a pleasant call. lately held th" position of station agent everyone Is cordially Invited to attend, uiglit.Mrs. One County Tiensiirer Iff the county, far 'f01i1 the county. seat, .
od telegraph operator at Longhmao/ W. Jerome who has been (ins ProHfecutlng Alto,ney.
Elm Oallle's will begin at 7U p. m. ItonJ. It require a ,great: altars uf my time to
<3eo.F.. Paddlson
Fla., ban been appointed Joint. ticketgenf ; _pending the summer st Wont Palmtouch Five County Cominlsslon, thorn hence I find that It doe)
prominent lumber dealer, wan In town the Plant -Ir. and Hrs. Harry Tuttle well Members of the tochoullJoarti. ee f
at Sanford! for System sloiped| over here, yetterd..y.wllb Three leave me siiflloUii' time to attend to
on Sunday and Monday as the guest of and F E. O. Ky. known and popular lesldents of Miami Mss\ '1'. T. Wet mure, and today One lIfI"r'Nor of Itotflst ration. he duties. of my olllce, and the wall '
Mr. and Mrs George M. Bobbins. 'We were passengers on Wednesday's north'b.nlnd he starts for New Loudun Conn., to ,As can be seen there Ire only twenty conducted.
of should
acknowledge a pleasant call. Master John Graham son mil who halo ea route to LakewoodrO.!: Join her husband, who has been north illlces to be filled, but when you take into Therefore. I have decided to send In "
and Mr. W. S. Graham of ,
fur the Mr. Tuttle has been 11 that there will bll
summer. consideration likely
-Mr. and Mrs. 8. Kltcblng, prominentresidents has bten at school in Columbus, O*., ill tbsslimmer. my resignation to the Governor, to take ,
the for some time past but we are pleasedto several out for I llm same oflloe, the bal-
of Sebastian were among fuel' the ilrst Monday In June therebyllowlng
during the past ten weeks stopped over Tlie Knot Coast Railway Company IsnAkltm (
note he is now much better. boa will be quite lengthy.
pleasant callers at thin office on Tuesday here, Friday last, on a visit to !Master an Improvement!' st the stailon at candidates for / the voters time to make their

Tboy were guests. of the Indian iifus Koblilns, and both nf them have -Mr. 1'. Nelson, of Perth. Amboy, K, his plaou, l It y rnUluluKthe ollloe, oo that There may he us mint 11.>t axncli wn cholou for the olJIoe at tbs comingprlmaiy '
choose to s >
office g
these run
as ,
Hirer bole) from Sunday until WednnsUy been liaving an enjoyable time thU weekuu J., has 1 made el' litany Improvements on IL ivllj, run ulear tlnouuh. from east to candldittn Is elemoor.iin, elector, In July. In mtlrlng' I wish slnerely -
< when tbey left fur home. Indian Klver, salting ritwlug and tin winter, residence and grounds In, jleie''.ifor.. this olllce ties not only anti acutirdlug to the tu e... govrnlng > tu thank my constlluuots for their
-The Electric Light C,.'.. building slilnit. M ,1Ier: John expects to leave H'Hiili Tltusvllle\ \ that It I lilt hardly rucngilz alien too .small but has. been quite a hot qttulltlvH the "uppoit of m*> In the peat, and regret'm I

having been thoroughly nvei'hunted aid for Miami tomorrow.Mr. il as the Jormt-r home of the K..v.Sidn. nx for the! clerks lu I lie summer Ilm*. All noinlii.tilonn pilmitry.' nlll..' |I'e by majority .. much that I am unable to serve my
ibis y Wilbur. We W1I1I't a few more '''h Hlieratlon tI\III be >rochtted bytgent term out, Sincerely.JANE.,
repaired Contractor 1'. J. Hall _: pi rucrlfe such maj..r.It" -
by .J. B. Conrad: of the Bond &; and settler wore, and If nil OhO :. K. ANMIS.WH' ,
week I It bus been in the hands of she loud Lumber C n, nan In town a short tuch Tllusvllle erTtvrprlHlng an Mr. Velium.energetic/ L. O Itrannlng land his a..luaat"1 then the twit reuwlvlniT' the IIll1h..Lnumber Prosecuting Attorney.

painter,, and now It look like a new while last Saturday. Mr. F. E. Bend of votes mum' be balloted upon

building Nothing like keeping your nf DeLand joined him at Titiivllle -A party of TltnsvlIlM1 young men. A NEW LUMBER COMPANY.By : In n Mec..uell"JmI\t1 set\: for the. .12th day
property neat nod clean ; It gives: the and both left for Kau!: Gr...iil tlv.. i,

town an air of prosperltyVMrs. t I here on -iimlay accompanied by Wilson. V. .1';. MatthaeaSlumsn Moody, -
In another
and all/ left for lt. E. Slime jr., '1'. E Itamsey, II. Wilson, referring t an ad.
F. K. Buck, wife nf. t>ne fJacksonville' Mr. O..ft. F. Pnddlson, It will be observed that Messrs. O.ff. lANrOCK'HLIQUlilHULPIIURcuresall flO/il."r JSatt Coast AdunrttlrlHaving
Irfc here) Sundaymurntng .
prominent dentists urrlv their respective homes next day. In and Kol.t Daniel PaddUon Frank E. Bond J., B. Con- blollCl anduektntikeses.' For sale t by bsen forward by a host of 4i4 a
In old They put
re dip OCIIn.
for ) a
it tells the ,
another column Fla./
ed In town liat"dty! list, on a Unit to M. Itoblilns l have HSMoolatedliemsalves J. U.2'lcre"en.' druggist Tltusvtlto,
the sod ad and Oeo. In our county for present-
Tltnsvtlle.Mis / the meeting of this trio of lumbermen returned at sunset on I same day, ,:tool people
Mrs of South!
M. p
Robbins : .. together for the purpose' of their wishes snd nownnonnce
her 10 Titusvllle.Mr report the surf bashing at this, point .aMiifrui ,i lithe, I yield to ,
Uuck was accompanied by and tl>4t the party had a good ipplyiug for n charter to form H com' A Cheep Indian_ Jtlver: Home. myself *n n candidate for the t
bright HttledaiiKhter, Elsie. They gave M. P. Bobbins, of South Tltus- line "n..rally.Gard. tany to be known S. the East Coast nomination subject to the action of the
our office a pleasant! call on Tuesday rule, gave a very enjoyable card party timber L and Supply Company, with !democratic pilmsry. v vIf
afternoon, accompanied by Mis. GeorgeM. to a few friend on Tuesday evening In loadstar!era at Rte Oallle Fla. The TtiU. place C'onshtlof 181j' acres: I am nnmlo,,'eel and elected I shall +r
R'vbblns. and left for their home at of lIer', the business Is to trade mile north of Fort Pierre. Four aores
honor of her f i tend Mrs. M. E Buck l''lyer general: nature' of ndeavor to keep In touch with the people -
St. Nicholas on Wednesday afternoon St.:! Nicholas, Jacksonville. bl ra. Koblris 10 lumber" and builders' supplies of every are cleared and fenced, Knd there are and fight or favor measures. as they

Mr[ >*. Buck's former home waR In Bath. > wan ,,HMoNtrd entertaining by her Glove fitting, R & Corsets, GOc, ":><., '1. (ascription, and the capital stock Is tot* 2 r>,(*"l; bearing pineapple plants on the ,hull condemn or st.>piov.. This lielrjg

)Ie., and Mesdarncs) 101. P. Robbins and sl"t..rlofra. W. D. 1\1""Renden, of Barb, U.6.i Oifords, Ladles' . .41.50GoCart M3.00M( divided Into 2.TO: ( shares of $hdleach. place. There! are 2'j\ acres ready to set aid, perhaps, on the question of general y

Win. D. Mnasunden( are old friends Me. After the '.costs were regale with Hleepers. .$ll.0'),12.0O) 'I.l .(JO. _. ___ Iii. orange/ tree and pineapples.The lollcy, I need say no more. If I am de-
Ice cream: and cake, the evfnlnu's, amuse ECIAI-1.2J shirt waist,, white 91. remaining nine a'rlla/ l good pineapplennd oiitiMl, I shall bow with profound ret- ,.,

Pineapple Growers.We ment closed with a recitation by Master Wire and Cocoa Door Mats. tl to 1'ropoHuls. and a portion of It good for trues.It pads to the pArt)'* i

r Rufus Robblnn, a .song and dance: by lit. lIveri.J De. . . . .10 cents.C. ot",, r-"s A frontageon Indian River. The will.VADK It. Jusr:*. r I'I.
Buck and couple of best> uutldlng site I" on it high elevation ; I
Elsie s> .
can supply you with Pineapple tie Miss F. M. Taylor. A. GABDXKB, Tltnsvllle, FIll tf::\KPAHTVKJtr! or Aonicrr.Tt'BK, ) nverltMiklng the rlvfr. the town

"rapping Paper in any quantity. Write songs by Major ,1')' : \ ()Krn'B or TICK SKCIIKTAUT > and the Indian River Inlet. There I I" 'work a1 C.n..i.,..t I.lKhlhaul Mail .. w

nA for prices O. E. CoP for Iteiit. Empt, Sugar and nIce Itnrrel /i'I,.'.u"IJIJ'rQ"/ D. 0., May' U: IOW.( ) no bouse on the premises.Fort 'uplt.r W..lh.r Biir,...n ...110".
tf Jensen, Fla. Furnished Cottages .,'Sealed" Proposals will be received by Pierce Is n division point on the -

For sale. Address, Agriculture until noon,. Florida East; Coast Railway and a place jd
tbe Secretary
Melbourne Beech, (0'1... Enquire of : The schooner Pliariw, of Charleston,
At WALT KB A. MOORS;, Saturday. May 31, li)'tv}, for the r"'alrand of some Importance, with good There
raying. K. W. UBAUJEAJ*. c;. commaodnd by Captain Anderson
: .
13j 8 George Ht., Charleston, M.: C. Improvement of the frame hiilJdlnK Mfcts for future development. ,
used Hut Jnllml Ml ate*' Oov.rnmenl
and by
1 r.f.the Wuulher llorenn U. 8. ire stores of all l klixln,"evrrall'tllll'l'lI.-lI,.
Driylng: hauling of all kinds promptly Safe Wanted. Home For Sale. of Agriculture at Jupiter I"'J"., in school, poHtolllce. telegraph snide, no.Ttil as a tender has. been anchored Ira,
A Flue week having
for or so
dome and (tauarerat Uay a ,
will make n line
attended to. Meets all trains. Stove accordance! with plans,, and speclllcfttltinn place
Wood supplied Fireproof safe. t3 fet high. A model soutlernlrnme in South end which mac Ui .ohtiilnrd& the Weather rnp.lblfof being. made quite n plantHlon. runght down ,the tran""I&Y.Rnt'material for repairing for thorectlnn

ALFRED UAKLKT, Titusvllle. Address, JAS. Atf>nKW*. of Urevnrd county, on the Indian River Bureau utllce at Jupiter, Fla., and at thu, Vive hundred or it tigs, anti grapefruit ho Llghthonso: of fence around Canaveral
Krt toO( pln II plant a lies
trl"and -nppl
Fort Pierce Fla. Chief of the Weather Burrau .
of the belt. Nice jfllce of
its the center pineapple Hliinghiint- Jtththous: The work will take two or
D, C. Bid mud be cart tie pisredonit.line:
Convict Wanted. )-room dwelling and out-buildings. Ten : weeks to Complete.
Guards 'Pio- and oysterlnjf In the Immediafevlrlnlty. ur e
Horxe for Sale. .erealD fruiting pineapples; 4<> orange sealed and l endorsed on envelope building, Inl Fort Pierce Is headquarter In another lemon limp and grapefruit tl'ee.-I..t. poach for WeatherJnre.iu for bids for the repair of the
d calling
and : -
Wanted meaasconvict and ddre .fI4d to the for hunting, fishing sportsgener
guards., gnodreliable" Experience, sober not necesSilary .- One wwrel liorse. lit hands hl<;b. pIne I all hsv fruit OD them.Will Beauiiful be sold yards at Jnplter ecretary Fla.of ,Agriculture Wanhlogtnn/ ftllly./ Price', $l/i iO.which I I.. ypry cheap.For uplter'Weather Bureau station....In nordnnce .
sound and penile: and flower garden. Address ." with plans and speetllr
Information ,
old perfectly full
lard $20 per month and board. years Cnl I For foil padlculatnaddreastCare D: +C3 The Department reserves the be obtained at the WUM.I.rureaQ as
bargain. mar
for plow' saddle or bojgy.: O. T. MCOARTY, 'IAn
A.Idress.! FyM. WooTBir.Ttirnbnll.. Suitable "0." right to reject! any M nil bid.
,. Kla. )( office at
addres/. kona.Brevard County,
or Wiutox
JAMBA Secretary.
Fla. on ADVOCATI Tltnsvllle, Fla. ,
TltusvUe. ,
,.1 b. W. CARROLL,
Successor to 1IcNairVOCT: en.

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6 EAST COAST ADVO )A1'K. MAY 16, 1902.L1 .

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with his 'bead down his back to the Man Must GENERAL DIRECTORY.

A \ train. Forbes saw him as well as Me- Jilted

ffLIIipnOi 'Fadden.. The latter called out:' Jump Off a CliffNot U. B. LAND OFFICE. ASPHALT GRAVEL ROOFING.GUARANTEED

"Guess we're both spooky tonight H. C. ('!Chubb .. .. .... .. .. ......... ....Rfll// .
on Johnny." W. a. Hoblnaon.. RaoelT.r.
I long! ago ten foolish/ young men
'ncea at Oalneivllle, Florida..
"Give him for his ,
Ulm a run money was of Compton. K.v.. formed a, aulclde FOR 10 YEARS GOOD FOR 25 YEARS.
the fireman' half angry rejoinder. II.
5sj1 believer. club ginning'a! pledge that the Brut .TallBferro,............ .... ... .JarVsonvlIlea. .
SIN, was no ghost member who proposed marriage and It. Mallory,.. .. ..... .... .. ... FenaaooU.V. WITH NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS.
The old
Geyser begun to behave herself
was rejected should take his life by B. CONGRESSMEN.,

fll tI .XPe"tIe./4" r. .... of a sudden. She perked up. made Jumping rrora n cliff. W. P. Pelfreywa Robert W. Davla....... ... .... .. .. .. .. Pnlntka.B .
_..,;}_QIf- steam, threw off her lethargy. and appeared elected M. Sparkuian,................ .. ..Tampa.
to take n, personal mechanical The
F 1 president a ad. Carder-Campbell Company
Interest In the ctuise. The naturally H.N. nimlok,Faltn Iliwch' ...... ... ....Senator.
nccorillnn to the
y /tr&vdcrjjWwiStw' dreary Hamilton bottoms never looked K. B. RauleriMin Fort fierce.. .Keprvmmtative: ,. ,
byttiwi. had to
drearier. The black of a cloudy night EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. .
B! w, i \? WVL4 CIoIWr'Xn '& Will on them tbe ooze of tliff wet lands bv tbe first to wm.ft. .lennlnfM ..... ... .. .... ... Govet nor. Shack No. ], Foot of Main Street, JACKSONVILLE FLA.
oJ.. r try blsluck. Jno. I Xra".ford. ,.... .........SecretaryofState
," -- was about the tleWanJ rails and a thin JameiiH. Wlilinild. . ,.. .TraHKurvr.Wm. .
j mist bu lg over everything. The Geyserran lie proposedto U Jjmiar.... .... ..Attorney.Heneral.W ---{Southern Selling Agents forWARREN'S -
g : a sensible N. Sheets.Bupt. Vuhllo Instruction.
llkeV mogul. li E. McLln ...,...ConimiiMfotior Afcrlcultiire
}a! who promptly J..lgrrr.frd; B. Pinter,:::::: :::Adjutant-General.:
I 1sy w.u.'VI. >>A ahead of her. Increasing his puce as her 'retuBe<\ him. At John Hrartford.., ..... ..... ...Burvej. or-oenoral. ROOFING. Cabot'a Shingle Stains and Deadening Felts. National PaintWorks'
_- wheels spun faster. At the Lutheran R.E. Ro.,,. .... .. .State.Chainlet.Offices .
the next meetIng at Tatlsitaaeea ..
crosKlnp; be looked back and again at i Structural and Technical Paints.
HAyrick marsh. He went over Sale'screek i
Iln1leI I Pelfrey told of 1[. Mabry................ .....Chief Jiiitlce. DKICONDE'S: "LYTHITK1 COLD WATER PAINT.
bridge taking five! ties. at a / / \ his F. B.Carter....... ... ... ... Ataoolate JuaUue.y. .
GhostVeird step. At Duck river he seemed to spun failure and Taylor.... .... .... .... .... .. -- .. -- .. _

Experience the bridge; with one stride. :McFadden announced the RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS

1 and Forbes were mightily Interested In elate on which H E. Day vbairmau..Gainesville. HANNE :BROS.

Raced Of an overtaking him In be would kill ,T. I.. Morgan. ... .. ... .. ... .... .. ...Jasper.J. .
or some way solvingthe .. .... .. '
e himself. It I M. ryan.. .. .. Klstlminr. ,
my tery. They: gave for Geyser nil got John L. Neeley: ,jf.. Clerk. .. .... ...Amuila.Uaaoquarten .
'EngineerandraIn the power she would stnud und whirled' Into the newspapers and! offices at Tallahaiwee, t'la.

s T' and CIRCUIT COURT. Wholesale
Fireman bottoms breakneck
across the at speed. .
; Ily Miss Columbln Minor 8.Jones. Tlnuvllle..Circuit Judge Bottles of Wm. J. Lemp
but they never overtook the stranger. V. Bess rend of J. 1). ItaKKB.. (Orlando. ...ProsecutingAttorney.
Some railway men believe fn ghost: Instead at Clapp's mills he vanished BprlnicTerm-Fourth Monday In April. Brewing Company's St.
It and
wrote to full term Fourtb In November. Whiske]
Monday "
:' Borne do cot The belief rests upon:,the with one' stride and un Instant laterMcFariden I
) Palfrey Implor BKEVARD COViAAY COURT. Louis Beer, Keg Trade .T

angle of view of the individual It is was nt'htatalr and throttle I lug him to reconsider A.D.Penney"*...,.. .". ... .. .... .County Judge
not true nn an u tem tbat tbe more Ignorant fighting to stop the Oej' eh while from his d...- James. K:, Andrews.Prosecuting Attorney Our Specialty.,.
i tbe uDder the drivers came a series of wild A. A. Stewart .-N County Clerk. U.
I man the stronger his belief termination.She | Spring. Term-8ecnn.\ May.
shrieks then then silence. Monclar.ID
In white robed things. As for Instance a moan pointed out !Summer! Term- \ In August

i iij After: a time the' Geyxer stopped and to him the possibilities of future felicity Fall Term-Bnennd Monday In November. 1J3> lone of the lJI.nfnlest mechanics' of the with It the rest of the train Winter Term_Raoond Monday In February. : : SStroot.; ;

1 (Burlington system without professing "You go back. Johnny" sold McFad if he would ujurry u IVunouaee< girl COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. J.E'L' .C7I3.f501V"V'IIaI5Zi: :: : : .
''i believes and keep alive Pelfrey put his own R. E. Bllmg, Snpertntendent.Bonaventure.
spiritualism tbnt those wbo den. trembling as If be were sick.. I'
construction on this letter and. irume Members i J M. Dixon, chairman Tltimvllle
l1? bave /gone,/before revisit earth and niny "We've hit somebody-sure-I saw his R.N. Andrew.,Cocoa( C) 1'. fl"ttn, *ort Pierce

be neen. This ghost belief, after ull Is ,tace-svou beard him yell--it. was the Done dlntely Is bla answered letter It'with a proposal: COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. ..........................

arid. really depends on personal experlenee. 1 face of that thing we've been chasing.Go J. R. Walker chairman, Tlto.vlltelJnhn;,, R. .
Dear Mini Bern-Your letter advising. -
m Riot, Indlanolas= R. A. ConklingT11InianJohn
back. Johnny. I can't. to abandon the presidency the Suicide J. Frank Bell, White City. *t..r ,
C Jones WOO "y; ,
: Thus tube! the experience of McFad- Forbes' went down the track with club and go to Tenneaiee and get a wife Regular sessions are bold lint Monday In eacb : For $3.20 r :i 1:4: Full Quarts IOP

dcu und Jolinny Forbes wbeu they the train crew. After a little they came haa been received. I am convinced thai monto. :

an then rumpled' and torn your advice la very timely' and every impulse BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.
of my nature demand that 1 now A. D. Penney, TltnsvifeS..Cmmty. j Judge.JM. 0
coat, next a crushed 'body, on which ask you to fix a date when you and 1 maybe .U. Andrews. TituitvUle. ;.. .... Pros Att'y.
the face still Intact. Forbes founda A.A. Stewart,Tltimullla,. .County Clerk.
united In the bonds of
holy matrimonyYou
... .. .. ... Calhoun Pure
-i/ii/ J. F. Woolen Cocoa .. Tax Afmeiwor.R. : Rye Whiskey
slouch bat tbe conductor a ripped are the very' girl t am after and daplnuae :. W. HnpTltnsvllle| \ ..Tax Collector.F. |

shoe Forbes looked at tbe face once Itx a time not fur distant when oui' H, Bove,Tituivllle ... .:.. Treasurer..
heart may beat flS one. R. K. Mliim llonaventure. .. .. Supt. l'Ub. In.t.
and shivered. W. P. PKLFRET.MI J. I). Fries, TI uu.ville.CountySurveyor. 4 Weihtp InFlaln Packages, no marks to Indicate contents which will A
"Do you know him?" asked the conductor n.- who in J. P.Krown,Tllnivllle.. .. Shnrlff. avoid all comment When you nrat it and test it, if it la not aatisfactory. return Wit
a "" quite Ctrl.
v a pretty, T.J.Cockihntt,LaGrange..Kef lutratlon Ottloer, .&our expenme. and your $3.20 will be cheerfully refunded. This whiskey\ la A
i Rare out her answer to Ptwaldent Pel aaeoodaaauy(SOOoooda) In the market. We are close at hand and can give *tr
'No." answered Forbes. "He looks of : Suicide nm'lnow ;! TITUSVILtM TOWN COUNCIL.J. you quicker delivery than distant' bob...... We have been doing business In A
frey tbe Kentucky club. .. 10.1'810.1an,1 this city and et the stand for HO and W
M. Dlxon'mavo1J.: ; R.I': >Tnll jr.. same yetare a* to oar respo.elbllitynd
sort of familiar thougb. this youth may jump off.a cliff nu. tax collector *.B. Hrannlnir, clerk and reputation for hoi/eat dealing we refer yon to any bank or merchant her A
I Going hnck'to tbe cab be shivered! cording to ichvdnle. trnaflnrer: Jobn Henry, tax .SKntisfirt John R. or to the eoiiur of tun paper. W
Walker 1F. A. Morgan, n. V.., 8. G Vmi-.
again It seemed to bin something ont
I tsndtualtxm\ and J. f.. Cftrnttherc counuilmen SOLOMON & LEVI,
y si do of the>,earth bud lotel'f"redvlth For Those Who Live on Farms.Dr. The council meets first Tneailay In each month. Box'33'
VM ryeRavt 19281930 First Ave., P. o. Birmingham Ala.
Sergio PaDR III. writes "I have ,
the train that night. ; : TITUSVILLK HOARD OF TRADE.

'It's' .the Image of that spook.' he toUMcFuddeu. used Ballmd'a Snow Llulment; always G. M. RohhlnH, preMdent) .1. M. Dixon: tr...s- Cfnmpany WOTITR," bntto-We potntoon pur llnpaof charges other' to expreMaonnipanlna all pomtn reached by we tbe prepay"SonthBrn Bipnwe. ,, A
"Hut and all are a ringerfor recommend It to my friends, as 1 am confident nrer.J. 6. East,seorerary. Meats second \\ertnueilay where Hcinthern. KxiirmM: C'mipnny trmmfern ta milil other o<....""ny. We cannot chip A
'' there la no better made.; It .la a night Ih each innnth\at their rooiim. i)O.O.V. PrIce list for utlier vuudu on IIPplicatioa.' When writing pleaae mention this paper. VFcSc
dandy for tourim." Those who live on FREE: ANI>,"CMtPTF.I> MABONR.Indlim .
-i ':d the ,Kponlc., obfU'rvcd 'the eiijtfiirer. tlAllOttfllUK. farms are enptolally liable to many accidental Itlvprl niiire, No. OO.holiln,. tts meetings" ....OGGG.O..e .....

"met us: Hmt. ten mites down outa, burns and brniaet which t> f second soil fourth Friday eveiilnm of eituh, .-.. ,..... .........
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heal rapidly when Rallard'a Snow 1,1 nl- month, at tlielr, lodge mom, court house, ---- - -- ----
4'1 at 7:30 o'o'onk p. in. J. R. Walker W. M.;
ment ia It should he
Stops the CuuA'h kept it> the applied.hose for cones of enr ritency F.,A. Morgan Heo'y.ORDER CH-e:: ; ..sw s: zvM 0 0 ,

9<' J ami works off the Cold. 2.1: Son's. Prlendnhlp Chapter, No 11, holds its moetliin: !l17. BIO w. tray St., JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
_ Laxative Brorno-Qulnlne Tablets: cure A In theMaao'doLodge! ram, ,, Tltimvllle.. on thearst'

p cold' in one day :No Cure, No Pay aad the sblrtTueedayin monthateBOo'clouk each: month at p.7l3i m.i: ,>
Price 2 otl. Stared Death In the o'nlixilr T>. m The f. llo. nor are the officers nf
-' -_ the lodge' s Mrs.O.M.Bobbins,worthy matron|
ItriAn Face In MidairAn Dr. \I). R. Wilson, worthy i>ntron i Mrs. ". R, FULL
ClothJnaf a Few.
Wilson associate njatron Mr. F. A. Morgan
old ben belonging to Mrs M. A, treat.urert, Mr*. II.. (!, MarlmKeoiir.' : seuret.rytsSKat.RWwart ; 1
experience of n kind ibat would .VI conductie; Mrs .tohnA: ,
Stormont began laying late In the fall
HuRhew,HSsKilatepon'liiRtresB, Mrs. f>. Sari
and was so. persistent that she laid turn most men's hair gray fell to tln his. Adah ; Mrs. J. R. Walker' ,Rutb| :F. A.
twenty-sis eggs( before she concludedto lot of' J. J. Mnlirer. a New York custom Morgan' Esther; Mr..J. I. Currnrhprt.. Martha'Mrn. EXPRESS EXPRESSPREPAID'
T. T. Wetnore, lIanbal110.. Zitndle PR1PAIDr
stop. During all this time she bad bonne employee a few day iigo. Stewart Electa. .

neglected/ her molting and when she Mnbrey wnIcMinuiff. a window on 1 4 2O

finally got, ready to shed! her feathers the; sixth floor when tbe rope which l li .

_ It was In the middle of winter but tile by menus of ,n While! In rtiloneo rpf'nllrSIna Held ? i

old ones had lent their life and were belt and tackle visited tbp ruinous. ctockyiirdu" und $4Q

:'c > :av. dry und harsh consequently| there was held blot window fut to branded u hunt ut out of the pnekliiiehouweo. r 6 QtS
no other but to make the .
way change.In loiter It.-tU<> haul, nut thO'IItockYIU'dl . wx : l
'a short time she was almost bare frame became the house.was cell
nor packing
t and suffering from the cold. The Misses loose'W one end. I IDoz. $450
given to her all a souvenir. Thereare
THE MAtT RK1T JUST ARBAD.t : Storuiont. seeing her predicament As be leaned .
members of her profession to
I rode down Into the Hamilton/ bottoms and appreciating\ the value of her service back bracing DELIVERED fOfl$12Cl9 4s -

4 one night with the Geyser, says the rendered determined to come to her against the rope, whom tbe presentation of a ham. would I QpS

Chicago Itecord-Uerald. Tbe Geyser rescue. They accordingly took tbe old it gave way und be significant and appropriate.

WAS one of the most tangible and un- ben luto the house took her measureidents the mao I tumbled

& ghostly machines on the A.. B. C. road made her H suit of flannels to fit backward Tbe enterprising city .of Chllllcothe,

It wan vso tangible that Its leak could and then released her. Her ladyshiptook toward' the' 0., has a number of lady street cur

be traced from one end of tbe division the matter philosophically and street conductors. The scheme will not lit' Agents for the PRbMt IJr"wluJ 4Co.

In another 81'Co r 1 .. _._ ... .. .. .
to the other. That was why It was cull hustled off to her companions apparently accepted a success until It Is knownwhether -- -- --- --- -- ---- -' -- -- --- --

i ed tbe Geyser McFudden Inwardly very comfortable! in her new suit oDd Ha b r ey th.11I1.1..* puxHftiirers. are eiifcttsl 1 '

manned when lie knew he wall to have -Kirk wood ((111.) Render. wouidhavebeen II s e nod 'Don't Take'Pills Theytemporarily
dashed ( to Htsind up gave I tbe con,' !
!I U for this particular night's run. topll'r.ea. i t t t' constipation
lie managed, diii-toi- stoat, by agitating the
He moaned more when tbe old tub,

1 gushing at every Joint and connection however to grab bowels, but regular action cannot fie secured until the liver

i ; came: to II dead halt on tbef'dge of the rope, and CllUr '' Cures When Doctors Fall. secretes enough bllo to make the Intestines! '
Hamilton bottoms and announced In there be bring In Mrs Frank Chlasson Patterson. La., execute their natural functions fm Unnatural

q engine! way that It would not move ont mldalrtooweak I writes Jane 8'h 11X)1)) "1. had malaria agitation caused by cathartics eaQ e
fever in bad form under treat continual and increasing doses to .
until some 'of Ita flow was checked. to climb too,, very mns
much: frightened ment by doctors, bur us soon aslstoppnd attain the n
4 Signal lights were taking their| medicine the fever, would I
44 ahead and In the and McFudden to think ,of compelSI
t rear. return. I used. sample bottle of Verbena -
and\ Forbes set to patching wherever anything save e to found It helped Die. Then boughttwo

they tonld. yell.Crowds bottles which completely cured me.I results.r on the
Forbes applied himself to tbe coal gathered reeljtra'eful' toyvou for furnishing sucha livers; ceres Chills
lit the meet splendid medicine and onn honestly E1 ,
heaving McKadden gave the throttlean and Fever, and every form of
ugly twitch, and the Geyser, with atearful below and looked up.'but did ,nothing recommend It to tulles' sutfeilnp from Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and Inter-
else. People inside the custom, house I.. malaria, as It will surely cure them. ,
caught the rail and
protest saw the people qutslde and hooked I Herblne, 5O cent bottle at B. It. Wilson ( ( Fevers, and, ty going to the seat of the
} started. Perhaps the watery thing. bad trouble works
A Son permanent
gone n train's length when In the dark- I down not knowing tbe cause of the ex.

near Just beyond the limit of the bead- c1tt mPllt. FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.K. .

Family and duties do At Inst Colonel Swords the deputy FoOl Cli token Cholera.A .
;4 light's; throw there came out In bold re. cares not weigh
;, IVef tab figure: of n mnn. He appeared down the-well woman, and the childrenare collector: In charge of the-. building correspondent In the Ohio Farmer B. WILSON & SON.
never in her But when the found out what the trouble was and :.alms that grated calamus root mixed' .
t<* be standing In the center of thetrack way. --------- --- -- -- --------_..._----
slouch womanly health fail., and ,there I.i a con- bad Mabrey pulled to safety from the with bread crumbs and made' lut ;
hut his bead
f' n on, rough.lnrauprllke .
fen stant struggle with weakness and sixth floor. Biiiull bohlKes Is a sure' 'cure for cblckeu"chol..rll. IF YOU WANT A.-
tares In plain view hlac'othcvs almost
j household duties are a burden It then Force
mussed and wrinkled was discovered that tbe rope the boluses down the
I those past hearing, and children are a ceaee- which belt Mubrey was throat of the ski, CowL
I, of any tronutrl'luatn.lVlu'u lees and cleat
annoyance worry.
McFudden! first caught sight of Weak women are made strong and by a single turn around( a ou the
inside of the \\'JndQv.11'11000 the "" neighbor in with bottle of Lot
as ran a
lick mode well the of .Building
blui. (M t was looking straight Into the women are by use '
1 I headlight: but as, It,drew nearer to bum Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription It- pleasureaa relieved the rope slipped l Chamberlain's Colic Cholera: and Dlarrheoa : ..

? he" motes ahead face establishes regularity, dries disagreeable off. flied the intiii KtruKKlfd::! while1 hll II Il- Remedy when my son was .u 'tlr.:
s 1111'11111,1118, from
beats inflammation and ulceration tug to the lug with severe otaropi and 1 was given up lot with'
+ drains rope he must IlIevnololybRY" or a BUILDI.VG READY FOR OCCUl'AXCV
} ,the engine;; and stepping off at :what and cures female weakness. been dashed l to pieces lielow. beyond hope bvmyregnlar physician, ,
( seemed tt),the engineer to be a who Hands high In his .fessiou.
very Sick women are invited to consult Dr. pve After LAND FOR AX CHANGE GROVE
) good lIe looked back !Me- administering three daces of it, !son ,
pace. as Pierce by letter/," All correspondence A VAT/UAI1LK lUBIClNJ: tray
Fndden applied the air and Jerked strictly private and sacredly confidential. regained I consciousness recovered entirely PINEAPPLE PLANrATIONor'rRTTCK' GARDEN,
For Coughs .nd Colds In Children."I "
t } greet t hists of warning qut ofrtlie Ueyser's Address Dr. R. V. Pierce Buffalo, N. Y. within twenty-four hour, sacs ,.
have not the slightest hesitancy in Halter of ; We probably; have for Bale Just what''OU
s whistle. Forbes. notlug the whistle. "1 had been ailing aotne time, troubled with Mrs Alary! Alt. Crawford Va. are .e"kl"ft.! ( .
t Female wvaknviw."write Mr. 'Wm. U.Johnnon recommendingChamberlain's Cough: This remedy is for sale by all druggistsand
1 4i Jumped to the gangway uud looked of Avondale Chester Co., Pa. "Kvery month i Remedy to all wbo are auirorlnff from medicine dealer8.Coor.U"n Settlers are flocking In but iLtlll there la. room. If you art
( nhuiid. uiul be, too BUW the man He, would; :have to lie,on adlot'if: 1 tried ma r coughs! or colds," nays Chan. M. Cramnr' ,
different medicines relief
too saw Unit ns too train carne to a until I began\ Dr. P1errea m"hcta".11l gave me two a well known watch maker, of Colombo, of Father Kenny t et.Anxtustln. looklnR: thin way" drop a line. to

deed stop the mail disappeared.McFaddou bottles ol Favorite Prescription and two of Ceylon. "It baa been some two years ..
'Golden Mobcal Discovery.1, Tbea nwdiciaM JAS. E. I INGRA 3rd .
care bin ayes a quick rub have cured me. When I began since the City Dispensary; first called my HAM, Vle -PreMnt.
IIjs and then lunched,; unotislly. I wan not able to lo very 'r''t now I do attention to this valuable medicine and In consequence: of the consecration of FLORIDA
"You the work for my family of sine, and feel better 1 have repeatedly lined U and U has always Father Kenny, a* IMMiop. of the dioceseof BLAST! rt>A T WY.hT. .
saw him Jobuny7''Straight tony than I nave for a yea*. I thank you, been has Ht. Augustine Sunday' >tb
t beneficial. It cured! me on IIf.yl; ,
lo the center of till track" doctor from the bottom of my heart for well I AUOTTSTIVR. FLA.
do I know that you are the one who cured me." quickly of all client cnUla. In U ''''.>eo1411111' the Southrsstern P" "fiicer Aavoclaifnnha -.- .- ..- .- ...... ..-- .-- ... ... .. ...
answered Forbes. -- .
He -" .
of -
i swung out Favorite Prescription baa the testimony !- l effective for children Had seldom authorized the sale of round-tttp -- --- ---- ----

the cub and ran ahead of the engine of thousands of women to its com-: takes more than one bottle to cure them tickets at a rate of one and one-fourth!

I; some little distance, but no man was to plete cure of womanly diseases. Do not of hoar, enest. I have persuaded many fares from points in Florida and one JOB JE.INTINO

( ; b. found. McFadden gave the Geyser accept an unknown and unproved substitute to try this medicine and the' are all a.* and one-third fares from points In Georgia

team again and the train wn once in its place. A well pleased ns myself over the resnlts." and South Carolina Tickers to he

;u,i wore tinder wy. Then abead appeared Dr. Pierce a Pleasant Pellet are the For sale. by all druggists and medicine sold May 15th, 16tb and 17tb, limited. to OF ALL KINDS

; best laxative for family oe. ,dealers. tbe moth:: to return ADVOCATE
..t e.twlnoncep ore.. tola time walking PRINTING OFFICE.

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Pro 6 aatoaa.! O arc!&. Notice 1 I,
( of Attachment.! International Pure Food Agreement. Looking Toward Pence., New" Kra In lluscball. 1\11\!

; ,I Tho perplexities conatautlv arisingIn Recent dispatches '1'00Cnpe Town The fnmlllur\ exrrt.'MKlolJ "rjay bflll!"

; ;G ,. M. BOBBINS, IN TilE corvry cueRT IN AND run international roWIUt"I'CLlltt utarl.r and other South African points, as will. soon be board! throughout thaland '

"ATTORET AND COUNSELOR, llrBvurU couuty, Florida.Bon.1 In.relation to the Interchange of"'foodstutfa. well as from London. hnr given{ .some and despite tlu uiipleiioniit. il. MICA ; ; .

ration A of Bout tha Company State uf a Florida corno-1, sugKettt the 11\' 'l'MMlty of uu Internntlouul ground! for hope that the bloodletting vvlopiuents of the whiterblob for a "

I AT-LAW. laluttir. LV8 pure food agreement, > in South Africa might soon be broughtto time thrpHtniiHl to dlnrnpt! the National : '::1
practice In State and United States f Qerumny lefuses to inlmlt American league tbe Indications to
Will touts O.Hodden, Defendant. J an end. There have according to now point

c Court. TpLoiitaO. H dileu ,ilefaiulitnt lib the atvnve meats routed with chemical pre eratlveti those dispatches been various conferences a wry lnt.*re tJnft sen son. The rwont

,: Office at TITUSVII.X.R:, FtA. .You are.... mill hereby: and untilail all) othor that.1 porsona wrltof atuchment Intereiitail. while she does not hesitate to of Boer lenders and Intimation meeting In New York of the NatIonalmtmgtmate. AXLE j

bat* nreii, lamied uicatiint you and ynur export to the t'ultl'tt States various\ of prospective conference But there at which \V. O. Tomplf. was
to-wlt: All Uiat or land lynr| In HrevarJ, ,
rL.. GAU DEN, county, Florida) anil Hear rtoe.l an(follows The products similarly treuU-il. Advtees to l has been one element of doubt\ as to elected pivsldent, showed that tb" lenders .

E.north! tlnB"'K>the foot mmt of lot I"U:2,of,ilHsortbert Heo 81, Tp n Itaml, 8. R.hook aT tile state department at WasBluetou\ the Importance and ettlcucy of the supposed hiul arrives) at a rpnllzntloii: that .'

.TOENEY-AT-LAW, "*. 1111111I08; \ Ml: 3M/ 3M and 3IW/ Kunor or from Consul Albert at Urunswlck( are peace negotiations. and that 18 sonu'thlritf tli-tliiltc must .In' Oano. The
Jlrovar.II'.mty. Florida" but .
niirlnir to Hie snld
Will prsotlos all the Courts of tl>. 8tate Loiiln o. Hvdilun and this lmllilmi thereon at- to the effect-that the prohibit! pn,strv the attitude of General Do Wet. who "dour public"\ was rapidly 'ln-<-omlii){

ot Florida and the United States Courts. Coiupitnv tuvhed: ? tuwtlnry,a forporal tin lou lomanil or the or State unit.of .C Florida; Ron" ntlves Include borax and Its suits sulphuric !. perhaps more than any other represents disgusted wltb th> "vranglos. u nIl In Uood

I. U Bo*. 233. T1TU8VU.LE, FLA. uiirnnumeiitorilunrnriimteriitl I i furnished' : said acid and its milts. foriiiuMi"h.vde the Boor fighters. In the field. justice to the devolves of the !:,uruo. for everything :

said IlHilduu:land fur aimmntlnic the Oll".lrlltlll": to J4T2.t.. of:(. s bulUlluir upon a kalI: hydroxides and nrboflit Is's. While Generals Botha and Delarey the ipople wli t HIP Jtll t.. !1'(>- S i1

I "L' J. WEBB, In Now said, suit uultM and* you iilejul Rliull or 4Or demur| lefties to the tie de Court<'I"r...- fluoric acid and Its salts sulphites cud Mr. Schalkburger. acting president ot celpts, a sottloro fcreucrs was that runs oti wheels.. 'I i11'/$'

l r.I flon fuel:I bomb st the ole It.. .illlce at til Court bydrosulphltes( salicylic acid and. Its the Transvaal, and Mr. Steyn. nominal absolutely npoeHsA
I : Sold Everywhere.
I A TTORNEY.A T-LA W. the lIouHaliiTitiiBvlila rule day in Au ,uit'Haiti A.! l o.mntv>. UWJ' ant li, lnic niata the 4th nn units and tbe salts of chlorine. president of the Orange Free Wiite: I'reHklent Tt"UI ri-nltliy rent- ,i

.t Will practice la the Courts of the 7th (against lay or said I it month, a iluranlc will Iw nteivAni)OII.CO. "' :
. you tie entire, nnd ai>|dlouiim will b ,
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents be made to: the t'uurt for Him I J" and. oubt-fk .be no objection on fbtf part with these negotiations. '(General Vu interested In baseball lie It was whoa Wi
I and rents and accounts collected. your call property will bo coil t . and .tIMty. said lien or rOtuQn government to the exclusion Wet has apparently held aloof and ac few years ago put up the Tetuplocup -- ---- 1

TITUSVILLB, FLORIDA. Witne.s my nan* antI the coal of said court at by the United States of, German i cording to late Information, was not for competition. i ij
Court '
hues at Tltunvllle, Florida" this the I
4.h day.or April 1\10'\ :. meat preparations containing either In harmony with the propaganda as I IIs It \Vlien nil things are considered. It Is 'i

/ A.D.. PENNEY (Seal Co.Ct.) A.II A.County HTEW.'(HT'Iork.y of these antiseptics, of wine foundto understood to hare been carried on. very evident that a new ern 'flf baseball Lazy Liver, ,

:,. (). A. Stewart I>. C. contain uullcyllc aclJ of beer treat- The peace propositions seem not to U at hand.: The American IPMKUO
L. Gaiililun, FlalntllT'8 Attorney a.uojiiiI
ATTO BNEYATLAW ed with fluorides or of delicatessen rendered have received a very enthusiastic\ ap Is. making such rapid strides that the ... have bees troubled a treat deal rj
wills a torpid llrnr. which ,
produuas onnitlpktlon. -
Trrvsvu.ii unfit for use by tin- presence of proval of Kruger and Lcyds. though: National must redouble its efforts to 1 found OAUUAKKTS u be all you olaln
i Notice. beiusolo acid. As the secretary of, agriculture they would probably put no obstaclesIn remain at the bend of the proronsloii. lortham.that I ptirohMixl and ourml another etch supply rallol, and the nrn WM'trial.oomplately ',

Will practice In all the courts of tile 7th suggests It would be well to the way of ending the war If term, This. mi-arm that future competition ourad. I Hall only be too rind to r.oomn \ i
r CIRCUIT COURT OP THE 8BVKVTH ..HT.illuliil .na Ciucmms whenever tin, "
Judicial Circuit. IN' Circuit of Florida in and lor Hrevant' Investigate somewhat more thorough ,were agreed upon by the leaders In Mill I be of tlie. hottest. n nt nrc. and ('tm- la >>,..e..ntool." J. A. SMITH nppurtuclty \,

CotiDty. Iy some of tbe products! which yomc the field. sptiiuMitly the sin niiitrd of play ,'ollnot'' Km s'mqu.lnnna A..., FhlUdvlplila Ps. / :

: A. MORGAN J.Comiilulnant D.: VanPeman' I 11. I from Germany. not necessarily ;I In_ a Undoubtedly the lighting burghers help but be r I"I'd to u biKlier noted! : ff, .

FREDERIC plianleM."" -VH--Morton. }') IK Clmnoery. spirit of 'etulhltlon but In self protec could! Continue the struggle for a longtime than in years past' Th better conducted lCICAOUM.sui <',1 ', ,.

REAL E1TATE AND INSURANCE, George W.Morion! ,et a!1. tion. In all fairness we would be Justified Inflicting frequent and heavy nnd better pln.vlnjjr orKimlzntlon ;

ntll.lnvlt having loon Died In till* Court In ctln such Ut'rlum"Jroo.; : ; will the moot and both
Loans,. Notary Public. bv the attorney for Lila o Collections belief i.f tin alllalll that the ai>ovx d'Cumlnnt*, ucts ns ncoordltig to her own standards and better equipped enemy tan '''''';'::111'", l'iml 117.111)1 this will try to hi. !i
Typewriting( Stenography. Stephanie U. Morton and Oanrica W. )Morton araen 550151550
<)li of thuiu over tile age of 21 vonrx anil runlilawliliout I are deleterious. :. there are oilier things to be conslderec models of correct deportment thesurface. 1 :

TITUBVIM.K, FL'A. the 4t*te of Vli-rHii.. tii-wu: In Uio' City An International agreement on this than the mere mutter of endurance / nt U'n nt. ., '
or Now .
York State of >ow Votk. :
:Now, thnrofore, It In ordnroil that. V,,". !' teiilianlaM. ', subject would do much to discourage There l is!! the welfare of the hour women Tli, large nuiiiher of prominent NOtloitiil 'I
H. .JONES Morton. and yon, lloiiriraV.. ;Morton PlMMM.Hood. P.lnt..lil.. f<.!..... Tut Mood. Da '. ,
WADE ai>p"arto the bill of oninplalut) ou Ole In thl practices of whlcb'the best that can be and children to be'tukenMnto consideration. I players now In tbe ru rank of tbeAiiHTloiin .'M..., Hlokun. W."k.ii.or Urli,>.. llki. U.KI.U>a.

notice at the Clerk's Oltloa of tills Court, lu TI-) said of them Is that they are liable to i While the stories. of British 'bus'1 I'"IIM"II much conjecture| ... CURIE CONSTIPATION. ...
REAL ESTATE AND tnuville, .Klorl'Ja. on tie ......... 1_. _..... ..hl.. .... 5a.m.,. R_ ...-... _
INSURANCE, do great harm. Without going Into cruelty Hint 1 brutality In the 'main as to the relative playIng strength of -- .
8KCOSI! ) 1>AY OF JUNE A.D.1902,
Loans discussion a. to the extent to which lack trustworthy continuation, tbe conditions the rivals. This question Is sure to be MO'TQ.BAC Sold aol ,neranedb', itildine-' ;
and Collections.
and proceed thereafter as you may ha advliwul. jiCtikiiJtJiiIlubeuu Sibil.
This, order will h.h.l.hltll.| ,, with an little' dr. chemically preserved meats or other of the concentration camps and warmly debated durliut the nuiunicr .-
TrrusviLLB lay... may 1)0) ,In the FAST! TOAST AOVOCATK.onco -- -
FI.OUIDA It Is and It Is that series will be
a week for tour ooimeontlve week and a products are deleterious apparentthat overcrowded towns have caused pit! probable n

oiiny herenr shall within twenty days from thin an International standard of purity able suffering' and mortality. Tbe woo i arranged between the winning teamsof DO YOU GET UP
date be cent mail, the almva .
by to each of df nd-
r CEo.A. WOR LEY, ants ac their sUdrers Klven in the nlHdarlt and and wholesomeness would 'be of men need their homes, and "tbe cry of each league. The scheme Is feasible "
anotlirr copy postod at the Cur }[ouo.door. of benefit well to would bt and would bea WITH A LAME 4' i
Krevard County. great to commerce as as the children'. resounds through the profitable '

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Done and orl.-red at the Clerk's! Olltoe. at TI. the general health of mankInd There war stricken land. It Is time that reliable means of deciding the con i)

General practice In State and Federal A tniiTlllo l)., 11)02.))t'ioridatiie the aoth day of April, ougbt to be very little difficulty In' securing there was pence, and concessions ten tlon s of tbe opposing sides. Kidney Trouble Makes You : ) :
Courts. All business entriintnri will.. .\ DACC'i'
IL.8.[ A A. STEWART: -'i'If
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recelvepromptatteot ;; 9c Clerk Circuit Court liravard County. such an agreement between ,the might without humiliation be !made ou Almost everybody' who reads ::1

General Counsel for tbe Tuttle Estate. lending commercial nations-the Unit. either side. If the reported paclflo efforts Deafness Cannot lie Cured. papers is sure to know of the I !

Miami. Notice of Application For Tnx ed States Great Britain. Oermaoy and prove fruitios* It Is to be hoped .by locAl applications, as they cannot -' I auras '
reach the diseased portion of the ear, | Kilmer's ;i
MIAMI FLORIDA. Franco particularly. that they may be the entering wedge
Deed. There Is only one way to cure deafness. OC' the great kidney, liver :"
for further negotiation which shall bospeedily '
AMES Under Sao. 8, Chap.4Hs.) !. Laws of Florida.' ; and that Is by constitutional remedies, L L and bladder remedy. l
ANDREWS NOTICE! IS HERBnV OIVEV THAT. JOHN Legal' Derision on Strike. successful I 'In terminating! the! Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition .. 1.. It Is the great laid! r\:.\ ;j

ATTORNEY-AT-tAW. Henry A Kent, iiurohaiwr of Tax C'artKluaum.; No Tbe court of appeals of the state of war. which .. Krugar predicted bal I <>s the mucous lining of the Eusta- caltrlumphottlisnin.: !\ '
810. llil, BU(: suiT 8\1. dated the Uth of July A. 1Ithtt ) ohlan Tube. When this tube In- 1t I teenth century; discovered tIll \ ,
ban tiled said oarttttoates In my uRine and New York has Just banded down a decision staggered humanity.Tbe'gravediggers gets
Main office and pOBtoffioe address, TrrusVILLB. has made application fon tax dn-'ds to lactic In : flamed yon have I rumbling sound or 1m. attar years o( I J. I
Branch office at FORT PIERCE.!: accordance with law. Said rttltoate emliraoe affirming the rights of labor organizations perfect bearing, and when It Is entirely scientific research by ,
of Chicago have J
Iii followingdeaortbetl property' .1C1I"tolllllllre. to strike under certain con- a closed deafness Is the result and unless lui: Dr. Kilmer, the eminent j .
Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co.. vard Florida to-wlt t 1' .
all of county fraatlonal, seodon 12all ...tlr'fg It. elfin ditions. The case was one In which grievance. Grievances among gravediggers the Inflammation can be taken out and n .- .. kidney and bladder ,
Notary Public State at Large. Town.hlu32, South of Range 85 Kant, ant NJi organization of are not so uncommon that Ills tube restored to I Its normal condition, -- specialist and Is ,
of NB:!( t I"W of NK:!(i NW!( and 8H of Section the defendants an tearing will be dustroyed forever nine wonderfully successful In promptly curing
these would call for particular notlctt ; I
4'lf\IYao'J; :; \ South of Range S5 Rnat. steam OtterV. bad demanded that contractors lam. back, kidney bladder urlo acid troubles >
E.. FOSTER.ATTOHNEYATI.AW belnir aniHMsed at (lie date of the oases out of ton are caused by .catarrh
It not for tbe that the discontent
STEPUEN iMuuuioe of such certltloates in the name of Fi..r.ida should not employ members ota were fact which Is nothing but an inflamed con and Bright' Disease, which U the worst '.
Southern Railway Unless said In this Instance is with the of kidney trouble "
Company. rival organization of the same classof dltlon of the muoour surfaces form I.
tax t< 'dtenl''leans ba thereon reilaemeii I : on auoordlnif the fill to day law of workmen and bad caused a strike conditions of employment rather than We will give One Hundred Dollars for Dr. Khmer a Swamp-Root Is not reo- 'i3

Sims Building May, A. rhle: Wltnxas' my oftiolal signatureand with humanity Itself. No man under any case of deafness (caused by catarrh) ommended for everything but If you have kid- !
meal 17th day of Anrli A. D. 1MM.L. which resulted In the defendants beingemployed that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh nay liver or bladder trouble It will ba found] ;
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. [ 8.] A, A. KTE WART frioritia.Adininbitrators' lathe plaintiffs' places. The present regulations Is allowed to dig Cure Send for circulars free.F. just the remedy you need I 11 t has been tested .
Clerk Clrouit Court of Hrevard County /
decision of the court for the defendant more than four graves a day. As the J. CHENKV &; CO., Toledn O. in so many wsys, In hospital work. private } 1\ I

EORGE W.. ALLEN, was not unanimous. standing four to price for each grave Is but CO cents, iy Sold by druggists 75o. Hall's Farn- practice among the helpless too poor to pur't\
G Uotlce. this limits earnings to 11,1'111. are the b st. chase relief and has proved so successful "
three, but unless reversed by the United clearly' a meager every case that a special arrangement his "

ATTOR'NEY-AT-LAW, States supreme court It will be the $((2. Furtberuioretbere has appeared a been made by which all readers of this paper

Will practice In the United States legally q.lIl1dll.o|, ] adminlntratnrs of ,ho In affirming the legal right of the (rs of these worthy workmen to,make Llnweil" ten IM M 0 and In ample bottle sent free by mall, also a book '.
Estate of ]Martha I'. Callanau, In Hre iiimltTill 'ifiln' ofHiiHi'iil
decmuwd. cushy! f | lolling more about Swamp-Root and. how to -
and State Court
9jun05 vard county., anti Florida.all All creditors 10f.tev", ,, unions to strike the court limits that hem rely more and more upon tips ; II nd II ii'mr1| II a $IMIUanil 'find out If' you have kidney or bladder! trouble.
dIClIrihutece i perMons i avmir c rita the mourners and gratuities from
demands KMInot' the Estate or Manna C. Calla- right: to attempts to secure butter termsof Inill I It' fOr A,-' i ij II pour When writing mention reading this generous

FRIES C. E. nan, who died In the oily of IhmVfulna, Hulk employment for ibeniselves. excludIng those who manage funerals. Com- It off IllId i ndd to I I. eii.. f>n>-,.i> uf ("Inim' offer In this paper and --
f.O. county, Iowa ou Auirunt Itf, tool, am nertfbvnotified
to pretent the name, duly verified and all acts that prove malice or Inflict Plaint bus been .followed by no Im- end hl'ownlll./ to iiiKte I If ; Ia. tl.tvor send your address to t
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land to the un uf It
injury upon others. A threat to strike$ of ll.irloe l I. I llUt-il.I nit *Hint' limy
time preiioribail' by law or this notios will ba hamton N Y. The '
legally surveyed and. sub-dlvtdod. pleaSed, In hoar of said nlaiiut.Dated within the legitimate the vedUjgera; have about decided jo ii.l.Ji'tl TlilN IH II refrMHlihiu II lid u'ill **- .'.. .
right being a .
comes as regular fifty cent and nom.of .......-"-
'Mapping neatly done. Estimates for at 1Joo.\lohell.1 >wa March. IH, 1002, ? to form a union. Here however they drink t u.l|H'iilly! .I for " I I with'preiUU I I I!
sold all
J&"M' ""f <: LtAMH, expression of an Intention dollar sixes are by rood druggists. ,
soil kinds of engineering works. DIs- C. 1". HilL."" have come into a quandary. It bus colds, wlii'ii. u t liter*. In sure lo .Ufmuch .
Wilted lines a specialty. Administrators. The refusal of union to work with f I
!been Impossible so far to decide whether discomfort. from Ililrnt
C. T. ,
nonunion and the of
men ordering a
JTrrcBViLJ.K:, Brevard Co. FLORIDA.
Bt Attorney rot said Administrator. should be admit-
strike to carry that refusal Into effect their organization Cures Eczema;: Itchlnir Ilnniom,
ted to the )"Federation of Labor or to
8. BTJRNUAM, M. D. Town Ordinance. will therefore have a new significance' l'"hultcII' l and Carbuncles.OoftU .
N. In the future of labor disputes In New he Council of tbe Building Trades. to flesd. aakI .
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, IT ORUVINED BY Tlltf! T.WN OP Titusvllla York state. .-, YOU KWOW WHAT YOU ARE TAXING good utakS crops user., good on.. .2.2tenureeQ
BE that It shall .ba the d..tyof the Tbe decision is one of great Import B. It. It. (Botanic Blood Balm) IsrBow crop.
Tasteless Chill: each the .
Ear, Nose and Throat owners of any norm, now. don or othnr animal When you take Grove's ecognlsud\ MM a certain sod sure cure for year
which m.y die In the oorMirate| limits. of unoe to labor organizations and clears. 'onln because the formula is plainly eczema, itching shin h u nor.. scabs, p1 en. erops and customers-bav'r timI r
WEST PALM BEACH FLOBIDA.pK. the town to forthwith remove. the carcase orsaM. lie for definite bottle showing than It 1 UImRlv rowa grusSer. Tha"Fsrry
ground a more under. printed on every pleM.llcal.B, watery blisters, aching bonen
,. animal,"0,1 If auchownor shall fall remove s.ursl 54 the iacIor.
suoh caroasH finn within the corporate landing not only between employers; : Iron and Quinine In a tasteless or Jnlnta.IH>UII. carbuncles, pilohlnir pain I Psrry's S..ds sold

jaOUOHTOVS limit fortbo uai-eof24. : hours alter"" he slmll and employed but between the* union o.'tn. Xo cure, :No pay. tOots ID tbe skin, old eating sores. ulcers, eto. nd sowU thaS any olisif
have been warned s ) to lo by the Marshal or
.Mayor or any member: I nr the Town Council, be Iud nonunion men. io>lanle Blood Balm taken IOl.rnsll'l, Mist $oldbjskid.aisrs.19of&104 As.sso4 .
.ehsil. upon: convict'ion, be 11..8111101 m ire than It Is now asserted that tbe brigands/ cures the worst and most 1
FLOATING DENTAL APARFMENTH Ten Uollars.Ha cases by enriching, purifying and vltalls-
It further ordained Tbat hue ordlnanoa Th. HM* Pritserlptlo for Malaria who realized about "'0.000 from the laIC the blood thereby giving1 healthy
shill take. vrfeot InimHdlntaly. upon Its
on the "DontoB," Paaeedandalprovolitlli.|< 'Mye. l /.vp."al. ..hill and Fever Is a bottle of Grove* itone' transaction are planning to kid, blood supply to the shin. Botanlo lilood

J. MARioN.: IIIXOV.Mayor. (faiiteless Chill Tonic. It Is simply iron nap an American consul. III which. they Balm Is the only care, to stay cured, for
Now AT CALM BEACH. In tasteless No hose awful annoying skin troubles. It
nd a form ,
(I. A. FRO8 Town Clark. hops> to make a still larger haul. They
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u re, No Cure. Price Mots. "' heals i every sore anti gives the rich glow r -0 -
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must take us an "easy .,f health to the sklo Unllds up the

Foley's Kidney Cure Notice. While peace may or may not t,. In would appear that this country bad broken down body sod make. tIle blooded The Largest and Most ComDtate -

makes kidneys end bladder right.YirginiaHomes is hereby given that It U my Inten' sight III South Africa. It need surprise contributed quite sufficiently. to these and nourishing. Ksp clally a<]vUeil Establishment South.
NOTICE to Siply| to the Him. A. 1>. Pommy, for chronic old canes that doctors, pat-
County wndira In ... it for "r."I".onnty uo one to hear of another heroic-diiMh ilgbwaymen. who. It Is generally, (inlerstood cot medicines and hot springs fall. to cure. (fEO. S. HACKER & SON
riorlila. the illllb lIayof May IIWJ at lltiis-- revolution.sts.
villa, for authority to sell at private ale all the b y IVVt or Delurey or to read another are Macedonian Druggists, ft.* To prove 11. II. I). cures'.

undivided Interest of Marie Tlllman the minor of Kitchener's. "I regret" reports. It ought now to IN.? Homebodyelse's cures. sample sent free arid prepaid by
ohilil of John Tlllman ileveanad. In and to, ahattract turn to ronirlb'titp, to tile rvvolulonnry writing Blood Hahn Co, Atlanta Florida,
of lanil lylnir In llnvaril County
and described as follow to wit: All that part An eastern Journal suggest that all campaign fund. r.o..I". "ly when lellCtlb trouble, and free medical ad- 1 I
of l..ctlnn.ll8ntl"n 24. Tp. 2K a n 37 K:, which Ice: sent In senleil ",tter.
lies north and west or the thread of the channel be stuff' that Is written uhciut the ..Iff'frlesFltzBimiuoim the United Htntes bus collected the
You learn all about Virginia Lands, ofTurkoy reek OItnta fling :1WJ.I44 acres more or '.,, Turk '.
"Id IM wild and I
Its resources, products, mode of culjtlvatlmi : lass, with riparian rljtw. nxht | Stone: ruimom from Turkey It Is announced that Florence' Burns

prices, etc., by reading the JOE.B.!: TILLMAN, for' at the usual udtrr. III rnt"IJ.1A:! sh trouMi| come H fount ,to collect It Is to log In opera at $1,000 per week.

Virginia Fanner. Send lOots ... guardian for Marie Tlllman, infant. seasonable and senidble Htijwstioul! ;, roni KnlRiirlii thin Miu-eiloiilan "gruft"will Thus apln do w. observe that virtue 1

for a months subscription to the --.- nut look MO I>rull tu III.. und *usy "<. Lath Its own rewarfl.

Farmer Co., Emporia Va.BtANNER Notice. Though Valet Jones may go free lot It (Joes now.World.

turning state's evidence, be will hardly Tb. bowling season Is over and! ping. '

: SALVE IS HEMttBY OIVEV THAT IT IS have the assurauce to regard: himselfas Wide Itepiitatloii. pong! will soon be bung op for the
NOTICE: ... to apply" to the tI..". Minor
the most healing ..Ivoln the worid.! ... .Jone.,.Indue of the Circuit Court In and ,!Indlcot -d. _. _ .' Wlllle'l Cl'eam Vtrmlfune h.... achieved umrner Tennis and golf will have
f l. wide a being the best;
-- -- for BreTaril County, Florida at 'lltuavilla. 'r- a world reputation heir Innings.KIDNEY -
ida or wherever tbe Court. may then he, On the II nil ii-Food NOII.. nNe. or f all worm destroyers and for Its tonlooflencs MANUFACTURERS 07 :
Vtb day of .1 II DO, A. 1>. I1KM for a licence" to manage sod clilldrvu "
60 YEARS take obarire of, and control all my property on weak unthrifty ,
Another ridiculous food fad has been :
EXPERIENCE an.1 ro become s free riealftr In every riwpec't a. It neutralizes the acidity or sourness Doors Sash Blinds 'l'
5t>l8 ELIZAHKT1I nOIlE TI. brnded l by the most competent authorl- or time stomach, Improves their digestion, DISEASES "
Ue. They he; dispelled the silly notion atlel assimilation of food strenutlicim Moulding & Building Material

that one kind ofjfood. needed for brain, their: nervonn system and restore. them
TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS another for muscles! 80 Mine*. A correct diet will not only to the natnralto health, vigor childhood.and elasticity 25 at U.of are the most fatal of ,all dis C Slice A" YVnrerootnn King, opposite !
"plrli* Cannon Htreet.Cliurlcston >
l a particular' part of the bo.rJ bat .it i ,
"IbooSOo'/ .drug store.
of ,arrival n.; eases.
the times
The following are 1
will "",,tRio evefv other part. Yet, bow- S. C.
TRADe MARK And departure oC passenger trains to and ever I"odour food roar be, Its nutriment Ktn'y CURE 1* aIULL :

DIE.IONSCO""RIGHTS from Titusvllla: ; Is destroyed by Indigestion: .r d,.- The anthracite coal trouble Is always mi :vn '
. Ac.AnTnnA IouTueoUiiDL.sve.Titn.viiiefoVMiImfafld for their .. 0 scd Remedy Sash Weights Cord and
ni<1lRif a ultdtch and rtwwnptlnn: : nmrin1flkr H I Mpsl! You must prepare praaraoca with us. When It Isn't a strike, it .U an fc t ,
wh cn.r asliiTuticmn 1" or ptevent their coming by take
) mmnrtjn our oi.Dl >n fros *'* '
!. pvubnhlT piunl.hl... ('"nnunl, '*. lotornieillata points at ) regular done of Green's August increase In tbe price.
tin.....vtIndIeiitI.i.. Ilanilbonkan I'ntonUmit : log mot Contains Hardware. ;
trn. UMml' tamer tot .ecurnm ffUnu. Flower, the favorite medicine of tbe or money ,':
Pat..... .....n thrnunh Munn A (A. ncIvspewti Jacksonvllla [r *:* Ptm'Tltuavllle healthy millions. A few dose aids dUestloo by
<><.IM, withomehnma. in lbS and Inwrmediate pvlnU at I remedies recog cmi"l Window and Fancy Class 1 I
.. '. liE.... stimulates the liver to healthy .
for Banford 7f for .
Scientific Jlincricnn.omtr ArrrreaTltoavlUefroro Baaforil 1:20: IIID action purifies the blood, and makes you nent physicians *.. uie A SPEOIALTY.

A ... ?. I11ni tmt.<.1 wwofclf. ,aV'SA* "'frf eel buoyant sod vlgorouf. Yon can getlr. Kidney and Bladder troubles. --- .-- -
....1........ .. any _.nflllo tnurniil. T.rm.. W O. G. Green's rellebls remedies at B. This lsT>a .r. Is on very box of the ....ul.*
y.iir. rnorntontJu.! flow by all nevsdMlm, Foley's Honey ana Tar I R. Wllsoo" Son's. Get Greeo't Special Laxative DronuHQuiainek TaIIWe PRICK SOc. sad $l.O& Foley's Honey and Tar

MUNN &Co.38"." *"* New York cures colds, prevents pneumonia. Almanac. "....., that*ns... a ..... .. .- day n. H WILSON1 &. BON. forchUflrcasfcure. No opiates
Jlraoca OIDM. IBS f Bt.WaattliMiiua.:I).U .

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$ JAJUEB.: PxtCRABD President; WM. M. BROWN, Vice-President

_____ Keep

Statistics for the year 1001'shpi INDIAN'RIVER' STATE BANK

i I A waaELTOUEEAL KTOTBD TO THE DBV1" that there were over ten thousand

S orMBNT or TUB IKBUH JUVB., LAKB murders committed in the' United< When you .can do so at so little expense

} woaTaaaDa.a.TaaBAVa.UTloaU.. States last year. This is a fearfu ICO pairs of the bout Ct' nh Men' trousers COUNTY DEPOSITORY

BVaiiY FBI DAT. showing, end from it we infer the ,. Authorized capital, $1OOCO I <
PUBI.ISUXD ,* at $1.00.() !260 pair of good white duck at '''
crime is increasing as years go by I Paid up capital, $25OOi

OBABLKJI H. WALTOR' Editor & Ppbli.h, The Dade Circuit Court, now In DO cents to U. -all well tailored-including .-. '' Average deposits, $1OOOO

I session, is called upon to try tivi "
-- -- -
straps. 1 lid,crash suits at $2,15; to
'l Discontinuance of advt. miwt !').made per- men on the charge of murder, and II I belt i Transacts a General Bankin

onally at this olllce or by writing. > % in the majority of cases already; .,'. j- a linen at JO.80-bats or cups to match -

I Oh nKto? may be made payable tT CHAHLH. :' tried, the murders seems to have, ,k.. A pure "worsted serge all wool coat, blue l Business
beencommitted in cold blood li l '
t WauToNpubllaber ,
Brevard county, however, there bas 1i and black, $2.75: to $4.60, single and double i _
Address all oomnmnloatlons to been a decrease in crime for tin !. breast/ SCO blue sere trousers at 12.75- Largest and Oldest Bank on the Eiiei
l EAST COAST ADVOCATE, last year or two, and in the recent these goods are all stylishly"but and well j Exchange bought; and sold on all Foreign

., ,TtTI1.VILLJ.lI'LoWDA.: session( of Court in this county, i r tailored. fFtr r? I e Countrle' .

-- - .' -' --- there was only one case: that wen "' appreciated. Prompt Rervloe,
-- -- -- : 50 dozen Negligee Shirts, In white and Patronage ) pout
of Agrlcultur for minor ;; i+r truatiueui and ooimlktaot wltu nave
U S. Department to trial, and that was u s evertravr
I Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Flu. olfcnso. But in other parts of tbi /i i -. fancy Madras, at 50 cents to f2 each. YJ'

Circuit: the record has not been si 23: dozen Straw hats, closlngat 25,35:: and aboarrl+ National Hark of Now York and
I ,,,,,, '" ''"., -i. ,r Kational Hank of JacKnonvllIe, Fla.
five alluded to ti
slati the and (1
The following is a comparative good. Of cases GO centi; regular 75 cents goods. "

went of temperature and rainfall lot the above, two were perpetrated bj Pure Lisle underwear, especially adaptedfor r ITUVILLL, FI..A_.
week ending Tuesday, May 13, 1002. white men and three were the work
-IUU-: -1001- hot weather wear. Large and varied assortment -

( I Il DATK 7 MAX.82 KIN 7:1: MAX.87! Mil 04 o'f negroes.criminalathroughout; The per centage the of South negro of fancy hosiery at lowest prices. THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY

8 SiS3 60 8$. (18OS is far in excess: of the whites, anc attention. .
$' 9 : 70 79 NBf how to reduce crime among this Give us a call. Mall orders receive our special

f 10 81 US(! 87 large and, mentally inferior class it Shoe Titusville. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
11 85 70 82: 00 R. W. RHODES The Clothier and Man ,
-. II li 84 78 81 68 indeed a moat serious problem- \ *.*

13 85 74 >I7: 71 one that has_ not yet been, solved. .. -. --- -- ,- '
9 for the week: .54 ---- ------ ------------ ---
l Total rainfall In opinion education does Brick
our "fVitrified and Sidewalk
week Depatture: minus from O,631ncllea.normal ralnfall. Departure for the not solve the problem, for it 10 well ANNOUNCEMENTS.Announcfmrntt SHIPPING PINEAPPLES. Paring ,.,..

from normal rainfall since January 1, known that half the public funds I MIAMI, CLA., Slay: t), 1002. Offices foot of Hogan Street Jacksonville,lTlorlda.,. Telephone No. 202,
5.31' inches. for educational i are
fj minus apportioned purposes under this( heading(
fl UAL. P. II RDIN. Observer. go to negro schools. Also, il $IS.OO, payable in advance.A I Editor Hast Coast Ad f orate( : J. K. S1UNKEULYN, General Manager,

r overlooked that the It be of some
-- be
must not Dear Blr-Perhaps may ---
northern philanthropists have endowed VOICE FROM ''THE PEOPLE.; Interest to your readers Interested In
THE BOERS AND NEUTRALITYThere pineapple !growing, to know that the
negro colleges and unlversi.. Foal'PIKBCK, May 7, 1902. tint car of key pineapples was shipped MeMurray & Baker

can be no doubt that we hay ties most liberally, and in this respect BELIEVING I it to be to the best 1terestn from here on Wedne day. They were ,

been persistently violating the neutrality; I they are far ahead of our of the people of Brevard count i prow by Alfred.Atchtaon, on Elliott

laws and acting; unfair towards the< I Southern institutions for the educa. to JllVeVade II. Jones represent us i to Key, And went to J. D. O'Bryan, jr., of 4O1-413 East Hay Street. Jacksonville! Florida.

f Boers.-Memphis Comrnerdal-Appeai.yJ Lion of the whites. Neither can It' the next Legislature, we respectful: i PUtsburg, Pa.
The Government would have laved the to Yours truly Headquarters for-
be said that the church has been of Urge all Democrats of county give' ,
money and time by sending to the Memphis him their support at the coming pl'lmaryon
paper for a'\\r Hct. Unfortunate!; any material help for following on the 15th of July. 9 Material Vehicles Harness

m,, the government) was look Inu the heels of every camp-meeting MART TAXPAYER Notice. Wagon Bicycles,
the facts of the cane before reaching idecision. \ thunderous revival there la more ,
.-Savannah Kens. and Sundries
What fools emef> these Iitshmen, are or less crime committed. f FOR THE; J OISLATUnE. I M J-IFREH''GIVESTUATOY: TAI .
NOTICE) da, the about SOLID put on
who write for some Southern newspapers. Some who know negro To the Democratic Voters of Brevai .pl! '' in the K<> eruortor menace vat. ,, your (
Their predjudice against; the flutist us well as they do the Hindoos, County : > out upon the charter al'llftarll1lr|p below. at short notice. -
1 knows bounds. : they are entirely ignorant with the candidacy> for iKUHUK V. PADIUHOW
claim that social equality J. wish announce my Kit/out F.. lli'M' ,
of International or any other. law would solve the problem but the Legislature, subject to the action or J. Ii. ('ON: ''AI), -- -- -- -- -- --- -
whites ( -
Do they reckon the KnaH h nnd Amen ho l Democratic pilmarles 1o be held l I'I II KU. Jl. UuilllIM:
discuss. this point is simply a .....
can governments do not know what they to July 15th. Regarding my democracy and DUPONT &< MIDDLETON.
I are doing! and what their lights are In waste.of time and breath, for when rIIlctoncythe voter are perfectly tarot CIIAKTEn. .
m the premise Disraeli once remaiked: the North is nominated I will bent ei1e .
It Conies down to facts lar. If These Artlolen 'Vltne."th" Tbat the untie .
j "Thank God that kingdoms are ruled b] in this matter twors to serve the people faithful)] laiied I huve aHboolareil themtelvvft for the }>uiHme -DEALERS IN-
kings and statesmen, and not by the hair just us prejudiced My platform of principled will- be made! of forming Curpnrntlun under the jlenoralnourtoration ; .
the South. But for the sake of laws o( the State of Florida
of new- Ha and
brain chatter Irresponsible paper known to the voters individually on PINE LUMBER.
frivolity" It makes ns mad to road such; irgutnent, let us suppose that social the stump. Very respectfully, RTICLE I. .. YELLOW
Tommy-rot as the above from the Memphis -- was recognized would It' W. U. MCKARI.ASD. The name of the Corporation Khali be tile EaMtI
During the past six year equality ; Const. lAiimior and Supply nmpany. lu ,'rlncl- QOSLINOSVILLE, FLA.
; solve tbe problem? We do not for lial olllce will l be>t Eau UalUa, lirevard count( '
Great Britain spent 35,000CO in the COLLECTOR.I Florida: an I ,Ic will do buHlnemi at K,,u would. 'Gross TAX
United States: in the purchose of horses,,. a moment believe it FOR Fort Pierce and a'such other plan .
independent of $IOOOOOOOQ< )() which ..hc immorality would everywhere prevail hereby announce myself aa a cand. an may l be deemed advlxable.ARTICI Jacksonville, and we are now ready to.-receive orders,quote prices and make quick I

t L spent for muled. Last, year not luss tear and criminal whites and criminal late for re-nomination for the office of *II. ,,11 either by'rall or water trinspoitfttlon.!
75,000' horses were shipped from this la. Tax!: Collector of Brevard County, sub. Tbe general nature of the hunlnean to be tttvn .
aDd. Would this Memphis negroes, intimately aBtlQ acted, will be the traillnB In lumber anil builder.
to Eo of the approaohln Fla.
country |eot to the action ; their DUPONT OosHngsvtlle,
and also
l crime and miliplles' of ilem rlptluu
accelerate very
pencllpusher like to nee all this trade edt; would l Democratic primaries, and will be pleas niaiiuructiirennd all other blanches Incidentalt.o I
destroyed to satisfy hln hatred to Groat slevated, re ned society would be id to receive the support of my friends. the foregoing biii.lne.s. ,
Britain We trow "'not.-Key West; Ad. jeopardized.From E. W. IIALL. ARTICLE ii:. these conclusions we infer The anthorsed capimt'stock U faa.nco, d Paroid :
We do not think these false rumors vlded 1 Into lint shares of $UXKeach. All unbnll .= Roofing.
hat; if there ii a remedy for the I beg to announce myself aw a candl. .be. pal.ttorinlull brroiv pertllloatea Umi,< .
can all be attributed to the Collector fur hut real. mate, Itunbur.. and iiibvr supple dealt
the of Tax
imelloration of crime among late for the office la bn purcliHKnil and '>al
tmniianv mar ]
Irish, Bro Ball for you will remember ; tit th-,- rhUlbe;
within ths County of Brevard "I t l utock alicJiiaD valuation ofth
11'1 that the Boer agent in NewYork negroes, it must be found { :vet Ion of Democra' lo primary u> be bcln ?< property' bought' | which,0, llxeii by the tll. IA- good enough; fur Uncle Sam, and you will find that It Is best for you. ,

and other citlea have been the law. :Let tbe .1w against carryng > Tuesday, July 15th. TiusMnjr/ to' rlelve ttucb rectory purpoiie.o the Company, ala meet Ing culled tor j The specifications for the woik' ,wlilcb! the Beadier, Bureau' Department has In

ending out Boer literature broad:: concealed; weapons be rigidly the support. of my many friends. ARTICLE IV. view' at Jupiter call for Paipld Roofing. For sampled and prices vuiteEAUOAI.LlE "
snforced, and tbe. full sentence glvn .1[ am, your truly,
cast to every newspaper In the P A. McMILLAN. The' Corporation vrfl| exist for a term of
it a United States-free editorials.: By > < wit-h ,every .con viet lon, Whent ninety-nine yean. G-. x'. :]E AD7C97ZS1: Te I

looking over the exchanges the becomes thoroughly understood FOR COUNTY TREASURER.At .ARTIC'L1I:V.Thebusinosloftime \ .. FLORIDA.H. "
tide -
similarity of the editorials ia plain. hat a heavy a senence ('ompsny will, l>e conduct*, __ ___ _-_ __ I
of whfol
will follow in every case of the request and solicitation\ .my by.t Hoard of Director until the first -
? ly seen. Of course they are main. throughout the County 1 tnnnal meeting. shall consist of Tour stock hnli,
ionvietion, the pistol habit will rap. nary lends ors, bull tbe Hoard of.Directors may he decrease!,
ly falsehoods, published for a pur- and grime will coreepondingly ier by announce myself an a candlddtt ;o thi-fe or Increased to live by a vote of the. A. HODGES....
Idly for the office of County Treasurer at tit ilxHjk holders! any annual nieetlnfr. The I>l Manufacture of -
lqi1 pose. y fall off. The leglsla. election July 15th, DOS:!. motors will olect front..monlC, heir own numbe.,
owing primary ,
and Tressurerwhi
Secretary a
a president a and Yellow Pine Lumber.
WHAT is that shadowy looking (ure never did a wiser thing than 1; have never heretofore sought public .hall also be the General Manager of tbe Coin. ...Cypress ..

object backed oft' there in that political when it enacted the present string' dace, and If elected will nerve the peo any.Until the. officers elected .t the first annnaneetlnif IOUOII: AND DRESSED. Orange; Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Cratei.

xi stable? Wily it Is a "Black mt regulation against carrying ple. Very truly JOHN yours U., \VYHN.' shall be qualiflml, the Hoard ,of Dleotors Iny one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges Or building in
i will of I..tll of Florida would do well to write for! prices. The saw mills are locatedt
fact : part
oa.eealed The very B. Rend, J Cnniail anil Oeoree M a\.y
and for the weapons. '
I Horse, groomed ready death bobbins and J. R. Conrad shall. be President, Buffalo Bluff near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any
race. lIe is not whinnying bat a man has a weapon of I hereby announce myself as a candl !'rank S:, Xond, Secretary and (surge F. i'addlIon part of the East Coast. Address: H. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff! J"a.
fete incentive to the Treasurer and General Manawer.. .
In his is an
loud yet, but later on he will pocket late for reelection to the office of County The nrnt annual montliiK ot stock holder andIlrectre.hall n
a enort that'will be heard from one lommisaion of crime. Every littlenult Treasurer subject to the DelJ1ocratioPrlmuy. be held on the third Monday of:
other. In Is considered sufficient pro-' to be held on 'July 15th. II July' Well,and upon the, third Monday of July' It '
end of the County to the ai h snrtaee.hngyearg :Bond Lumber Co.
$ meantime he the 'oeation for taking tbe life of a laminated, I will do my beat to serve The Hoard. of IdreLtors shall have power tx
ls pawing
the nterenU of toe: tax payers of Brevard dope y-laws lor the Corporation.
with mislarrlage
ellow, man, wad every .
earth and manifeetingvarioueothereigne
( ( ounty. ARTICLE VI. -' Dealers In-
He of justice J there II eneourigetnent F. II. BOTK.
of extreme impatience. The blithest amt lint of Indebtedness or H.M1tv
expects to make, a hot finish with for the commission of to which the Corporation can nt any tune and Dressed Lumber Brick Lime Lath
tail over the dash-board. How further crimes. Enforce the law, FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY.. ,ubjuct authorited. sulfahallnot. capital. exceed fifty nor cent olM Rough ,

pleasant to taste the sweets of vic I. our motto.GOVEKXOB. I beg to announce myself as a oandl- WITNESS:- : WHhlUOP: These articles bar
('ate for Prosecuting Attorney for the bo.m signed! b% the subscribers ou this 12tli: day CEMENT, SHINGLES, ETC.
in advance !
tory Davis, of Arkansas County! of Urevard at the eoiulnc;Demo- or May Signature.A.JI IMKi. Addrens. Ara't of StarkSObacrihed. Whether your wants be large or small, advise u.s. Our goods,owing to high

', ratio Primary to be held on Tuesday, quality and low prices! owing to large stocks kept constantly on hand, will\ !
( F THE terrible loss of life follow made a humorous hit by offeringi July 15, 191)2) and hope to receive theupport GR01 ......
criminal. friends. "'RANK E. HOKU, IHjLund Fia" II IIh. please you, save you money.
ing the eruption of Mont Pelee, at pardon to a negro pro of my many J. U ( o7 eJl..nwnud.Ji'Ja., 5abarea.ED. ..
:Martinique, equals in horror the ided the negro would become a F. J. 'VltBD. : M.HOUMINS Tltusvllle }'1a., 10 shares. S. G. VANLAND1NGHAM', Manager.

itlzen of Massachusetts.. It seems STATE OP FLORIDA. I I L. .' FLORIDA.
historical eruption of Vesuvius, COUNTY COMMISSIONER. .UKVAHP. i CoeNTY. II I rOn TITUSVILLE, ,
buried.' It isthought hat the Governor was wearied by FOR tut lain: lay of May At D.l1112. penonalr -
when Pompeii was K 1'addlfon "Frank
a oandi- same before me.0eerge|
criticsf myself as
I hereby announce
that 'apme 40,000 persons owe of the self-appointed mis- bond J. B. i oiirml and George M. Roblilns
who mourned to ,tbe dare, as County Com and eeverahyecknnwlodged their signature CDtll.
have been consumed by the rain of > that State, aloner for the Fourth District subject e foregoing!:C'barMr. Chas. T.

fire and the rush of lava tit.:: Pierre, Irkanaan about the poor J:, oppreli'aed to the action of the Democrat primary band In wltnetN and official whereof reel!, the 1 hereunto above written.KEUtbltlCK set .my McBride.I

the name of the city destroyed, is negro," and be concluded to let July 15th, 1002. )' A. MORGAN. I
\lassachusetta' show us how to reform JOHN C. JOSKS. (L. 8.] Notary fubllo.
historic it the '
of interest, being 8jn State of Florida at large. --DEALERIN--
birth of the ill.f a\ed the brother in black. ,
! pla e \ empress
l Josephine / -- offices earnestly WE, the desire taxpayers: the of re-e the,eellon 5th District of J. F.Dell KEVAItn COUNTY TREASURER'S F-ez-sa era: ) Mercharzdise: : : ,
for the office of County Corn mis-
s COL. W. J. Bryan passed through will please Mar in mind that our oner.' Mr. Bell ball proved himself a May I**, 100:1.! Staple and Fancy Groceries Men's Furnishing! Goods, Star Brand of Shoes..

bound for charge for running their announcements good, honest straightforward 'member Ralanoe l cash on hand April lt, 1903.. ....9. 9,024, Tlk
+ TltuBville, on Tuesday, mount tttcelvl in April 1902. 23 NVJ 74: FOR OBLISK AND
Boartl. done more for
until the primary la five dolt (If! the lie bus
; Cuba, where he goes to attend the Jrood roads In the pineapple section of Total..,,, ...... .......: .,. ... fU8.T7S 43m
lara payable In advance. Cash with \ Mall orders promptly and carefully flllAt. Call and Inspect our stock.
inauguration of lion. T. Estrada ravard than any other Commissionere warrant 1 al4 In April tan.

'a L' Palmer, as President of the Cuban announcement will be appreciate! have over had, and it la hoped by his and. and delivered/pohool.Board to County.. (.:.ouimlij.. ".....loon .... 10,04381 ;,IELBOUR E. FLORIDA.
that he will be nom-
republic. Col. Bryan wan accom T any well-wishers ...., ,
hand May lit,1001: $ T.7S4 80 .
Balance on -- -- ----- --
lonted at coming primary.MANY
panted by Governor W. S. Jennings. RED SPIDER REMEDY.Dr. Vovans. .
These two distinguished gentlemenwill ipoaiud In Indian River (Mate! Hank
the Fort \fEST
VVashburn Myers
gives T'he
attachedto PALM BEACH
Caabier certificate Leamington ,
the brilliant aa tier
add largely to as. Press the following remedy for the red Good Rood Meeting. monthly repory lens chock nut in $7,73160. FLORIDA
that will at ,
eemblage congregate ,spider: been in Lee County for A will be held In Melbourne Total.1.................. ...... ....9 7.73 80HAJiOX4
Havana to attend the Inauguration. "This post meeting at 1:30 ... BKLOMOCsa TO XACTC TCW ..... rOC' W. E.; EKXIST, Manager.
several years, on the pineapples. Thisyear 00 Tuesday the"20th instant LO"'III I
I4' Is the first time I have seen them p. m., to organize a Good Roads Assocl- Cnnnt7 Iterenae-Oeneral Fnnd. ......t2: ,&4 ItM On Lake Worth. opposite Postoffice and business bouses. Large verandas.
Miss: Susan Quay the accomplish. I I killed them effectually atlon In the Third Commissioner's DIs- Road and Bridge JTand......,... 2IJ Mw
citrus trees.
on Fund.... ....... see first-lass. :Rates
ed daughter of Senator M. S. Quay, with lime and sulphur. Eighteen pound trict. All interested in good roads are a Fin llulldlnpc and Forfeiture; FunJ.:,...... 674 MM Strictly Summer .2 per day. Special by the week.
with pound of vlted to Prisoner fund ..... 05 7see.
of boiled twenty Feeding "
tlt k'as been invited to christen the new lime sulphur, two hours. Add water as needed, attend.R.. A. CowKinco: 8 BnatlI"11Iul, New. t>i.t.>"o. 1..,..... 4
battleship, Pennsylvania, which will to re-place the evaporation so as to have Commissioner 3rd'ExaminUoa. :!: :: :: n: :: e 4 3::::::::.,SOT ai U "'\ WHITE'S CREAMVERMIFUGES
lie launched at no distant day. Miss: gallons of red hold. One gallonIn It .. H H .. U ft........ (W OBmnty !
li twenty In the usual (' Game Warden Tnnd., ........... '..MOOo WORMS i
4uay/is personally well known in a barrel of water spray Deceased Fenon Fund t WuntT
Brevard having sev. way. I throw away the Insoluable. deposIt |>erty school-O.nera1Fund.of ..:: .::::: T3 J7Oi Ya11e _Illy._-_ fr.>!QaaII.?
county, spent in the kettle. The regular Jane examination lorBreverd aTaxBcaoolPlit.No.l............ 8M [aa -
oral winters at St. Lucie with her "I remaining know of no better Insecticide; besides county will be held In the public 8 .. .. "M "H S&3 a ........................ 341040 sm 44H for 20 Years Has Led all Worm Reme' les. ( i :SOSa
i : father. We almost feel ai it a it is a valuable. fertilizer" scbool building at TUnsvIUe. beginning .M : aT A.XOXO :EIJA.VC3IPC3PZBorB.: :

., Florida young lady had been hon on i Tuesday, June :3rd! ,.1003.K. E. Mnu. Snpt. Total.. .......H....DOT......,.,County........Treasurer....(7,734 0F. "-d by-" --41\ JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Louis.'
ADVOCAtE does job printing.
red In the selection made. p/--The

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____ __ _ _ ZST COAST ADVOtCATE MAY Ifi, I...... I> ,

Palm: : Beach. Eden. GEORG MARX. JOHN :MARX.


"" ] > Moses. la absent, the fl0111 enterprising sown for real a lilloI'Mrs.several 8. F.'Webb' days,, who Is much has: better.been quite \:..... 1 :JL2Lk i: : : :Jf3RC: >S._ ,

Captain Michael took a large party to cy WHOLESALE GROCERS
Uamer, Mr. Jefferson' arohl the bench, last tlundayl\Cteruoon.: in the Light Biscuit
candidate to noosed :Mayor schooner Merchant.

( .Do not forget to advertise your pine. \ Fruit and Produce Jobbers.
i11r'N Burnbam Is taking an outing apple slips and suckeraln tho ADVOCATE
,J. few days I8"I"K the vegetable' if you' have any for sale. vi Delicious Cake
and place? adjacent.
jddsof Rev.F 'V. Weatherwax of Melbourne Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .
(Ur and Mrs, J. Don C. Molts nccom preached last Sunday morning and evenIng -

led ug the by Mr.beauties Gllllland of Daytona have forth en Mrs., at the A. D.Congregational Merwin went Mt. Eliza Dainty Pastries WE ,CARRK A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED.

iIIl"sek.t beth, last Saturday, to make a visit of f PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.
Mist Eveline Clark of Daytor3, Is a several days with Mis. Charles] Racey. : .
OItf! Miss Anthony. :Miss Clark has The Seed Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Pens In season. .
Ctona friends heie, who extend the ADVOCATE'S correspondent has
[ of welcome to her. been somewhat under the weather the Fine Puddings JTO '\Ve solicit consignments: of Fruits and Vegetable.
past week, but will soon be well..agaln. _.. ,
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TlieKpoelal! venire for the May term of ----- ----- -- --------- -- ,

ort |Is taking most of the business/ men sister Mrs. SI. A. Cnrtb, accompanied by her IU .\l.. ESTATE FOU SALK.An .
Mis. Otto left :
i'niiil, to nerve on the Jury. Some- on Sunday morn ,
}( ,
?iblh((,. like sixty Jurors from West 1'alm Ing for Naples N. Y., to spend the summer Flaky Crusts I -
in. season. Admlnlatratois of the Estate of
have been sworn
{MOB : Archie Chambers returned from Fort
William Ti'en tier, deceased We oiler at
Mrs. Curtis ;
F. Jerome closed her hosplta- entertained her neighbors Pierce on Sunday. .
Sim. 13. at cards last : ; private sale the following, destylbed. Real
Thursday Miss
i>: borne home on the in 12th Connecticut.and left :for Mrs.her Kitty !Saunders:: returned here evening., from Fort James Tuttlo nmdo a flying trip to K:-tate, belonging 1 to said Estate:
Brtlicrn be '- Eden and return a few days No 1. Sold.
Pierce. to ago.
made many friends here, and present.. : ,.. ,.. ___
Jerome ---- -- -- '- I
---- --- ---- ,
----------- --
Ed. of Xo. 2. All) of !Si:! of NEr, Section 21
fill be will inly welcomed back lathe The drought has been broken by several Provost Lotus, has been up ,
_fly, fall. good showers, and the pineapples are.welllng' Melbourne. Eau Gallie. all the week, taking care of his brother. Township 27 Snath, IUte. !)7 Knst, covered
with water, lying In said Eats; Gallle.Itlver \
The LDVOCATa'p.correspondent, with and growing, and the growersare i Hervey Bower loft for PRim Bench last and Eau Gallle hay containing
ftienJH visited Mr. Whitman's pineapple happy-but wish for more showers. weok, where ho expects to spend the. .
his about :M noses, more or lest
Mr. Cole Sr. la Chas.autj .
visiting sons
plantation, a 'mile south of town. JTotllbilnndliig The funniest. thing: that ever happened GOODE A: eHUDJ-R.!: Estate and IxMirm.Afront summer. Xo. 3. Sold:
for .Utna Yrftndon ouil LtvrooL aminlobe Hairy Cole: of this plaoe. -
the drought the pines are occurred here this week, but we are all : J. Biady Bower has No.
I Providence %Va IiliiRtoii, and Sun FlraInaunmco. painted bU house 4. That portion of SW7.t, Section
promhID/P'/ good harvest. Mr Whitman bound to secrecy. It is too bad to have .Special attention paid! to tbeInte..tII Born, to Mr. and Mrs. M M. Ramsey white which adds much to Its already :21 I, Township 27 South Range; 37 East
bu tome( eighty thousand pines shed dud, all the laugh to ourselves, but we dare of nonresidents.Subscriptions I on Monday May 12th, a daughter. liandsouie appearance. commencing at a point Sill"et West from

ihlcli will be ready for shipping about not tell. Allan Campbell and mother were in Northeast corner pout on Section! line '
the '
1rr-! for ADVOCAT& Guy Simmons, with his slater Mr 4
of June. *
the Our young people went to Jensen, last the pink paper of the East Coast, will be : town Tuesday, calling on friends. Ilompstead, her two children and nurse. as aforesaid and 510> feet South of said >i

The popular and. genial dentist, Dr. Tuesday evening, to "take l In" a minstrel received at tho Melbourne I'o tomoe. J. W. Merrill and wife, and Charles left. Haturdav! for their summer home Section line\ for 11 suiting point, thence
of the house-boat Deatos, showThey that I run South 42= feet, thence Last 100 feet,
Hougliton, decided unanimously, Merrill and family leave for Kansas City in Kenosho Vla.
his leisure hours his thence South Idll$:! Feet. tbenoe Well to
.nproves by sailing they were "taken In. The show was Claude OIllIs and daughter Miss Anna
Stile yacht, Helen on Lake Worth. Instead decidedly poor. Olllls left on Monday for their home in this week Dr. Fred i'ioh left Monday, to meet Lie Section\ line\ thence North 6J8:! ft, thence

of "painting the town red" be has 'Kane, Fa.Peicy J. A. Gilbert Is tho possessor of four wife In Jacksonville. They will oooiijv I F.nst 717 feet more or less to point jot
palo led his sail red, and can be distinguished Mrs.,W. F. Wolfe planned a delightful beautiful,' white Angora .kittens, from the Simmons cottage dining the sum feetVeit ot Southwest:: corner of plat of
from any other craft on the lake. birthday surpiise for her husband, last IlIad Jey. of Rollln'a College/ Imported stock mer. :F.. V. Hall has charge. of postolUoo Samo, thence Hoii'h tf.O; foot, thence .
lIe( to the doctor and his little FrIday; evening.' Progressive: euchre was Winter Park, Is In Melbourne visiting dining the Doctors abtumce. East 7">0 fret to West: side of I"\ J1:. O.
Long played. There were five tables engaged bill brother Aldin Iladley. E.iW. Htlckney and family have arrived Kail way rlRht-of-wny: thence North oa
"painted ship. III the Mrs. In Olenn N Y. where they expect to The many friends of C. D. Provost amt
game. Hemphill, of Altoona, Editor \Went side of F. K. C. Railway' rlghto1 [-
E. D. wife and
Oslin daughter Mr. Lee will be
glad to know
Grace Lalnhart Intendsloavlng at Penn the lust beautiful upend the stammer that they
Miss won pl'lze-a Miss J"ela of Southern X. \ "''' 00) feet, thence East to point of beginning -
fines are are MOW Improving. Both have
\the close !of school, to visit friends In andmar bound copy of Parkers' RIght of Way. visiting fripuds in Melbourne. The steamer, Hypoluxo I III again: on her sink men but Dr. Chambers been very; / excepting railroad rightof.wathrough "
Boston, and later on, anticipates a lira Wolfe assisted by Misses Jessie old run, after being overhauled for the anal good /; said, 111111. Containing about ttfi/
rip abroad, and will, ''undoubtedly take Miller and Susie Summers, served dainty Mr. and Mrs John Powell and daughters summer business. nursing brought them through acres Including the County rond. Thin

ip art a. a study. Miss Latnhart pos- refreshments. The party dispersed just the Misses Helen and Ida, have left MosdamoH Clement and Baldwin antI tract ban' young grove/: of COO or

,iasei rare talent In an ar'tistlo way, and before midnight showering congratulations for their home Waukegan, 111. I The orange trees in this suction have their charming littlo daughters, Misses i trees on It, and an artesian well, eto. .

iu been very generous In making menu.! upon the host.TR4VILLNO Mr. and Mrs. James Dell, of Chicago/ dropped considerable! fruit owing to the Catherine and Nina, spent a pleasant No. 5. Begin at Southeast corner of

lids, programs etc., for different char. who have been guests .of Mrs. II. O.Snedeker. .continued' drought. afternoon with Mrs. A. L. limner and lot now, or formerly, owned by J. JL. Harrison
,able organizations. Her host of friends IS OANOEHOTTS. have left ror the north ; Quite a number of the fishermen have Aumiu Hughes on Wednesday of last thence run Soul" across Elbow
fiib her bon voyage,and ,a sale return toWed Constant motion jars, the kidneys which returned to their .old camping giouud for week. crook to North boundary of land belong

\ Palm Beach. are kept In place In the body by delicate Miss Crlasle Froollck, after spending the summer months. Capt. Carter and charming daughter' log to Wm. Trvutlai,, tlxucpKist' ; alonij

Mayor Whllldln has again appeared ,ittach merits. This Is the canon that several relatives months linn an" Wests to her Point home wVtb at The steamer! Canaveral cleared for Indian Dies| liosale and\ Mrs. Uittgg arrived! on V,lT Mention: line which the ;North bourn

.Illi his summer, resignation as .Mayor. travelers, trainmen, streetcar men, teamsters Hunker Hill 111.gone River Inlet, lum .Saturday: with a KrliUy The first t"'o for a visit with ni-y of Win. 'ri'eutlei'sln'" il 1 North bunk:
L'tgent business In the north, which will and all who drive very much suffer full of honey bqps. lends and relatives, while the lour if Rlbow'Cieek': thfuce West along bank::: .
MD him away until November, oblljtes from kidney disease In some form. Fo- The Misses Mildred Hicks and Edith cargo named is a niece of Grandma :Munson (..f said. creek to point of bcglnnlnfr; being,;

am to ask for a successor In the muniipulchain ey's Kidney Cure strengthens the kidneys Dumond l left on Monday for their homeIn Great sport In trout fishing lately, as and will make her homu( with I her In While his absence is to be and cures all fprms of kidney and Illinois. These young folks will be they ate taking the bait lively borne. ; 1 lIltt. Thin mail U covered with. tho

rgretted, there are, or should be, men bladder disease. Geo. H. Hausan loco much rulHsed among Melbourne -filends. large ones have been caught. FoU'j's Honey Rod Tar Is l peculiarly ntei4 of the oreek.

iilnontly fitted to take his place. Mr.ftllldln motive engineer Lima, 0., writes: "Coa- The following gentlemen have been :N !Mrs. rnddltiwi, and mother, Mrs. Dut adapted for listliran, bronchitis and No. II. Sold .
taut vibration of the caused
has mado a model Mayor and deal of trouble engine with mea latG '",guests of the McBride house: If, too, were caught in the1 squall of last hoarseness. Sold by Wilson A Son, No. 7. Commence about, 0 chain Sff

.tat left matters In such good condition and greav I relief until I used my kidneys, Grossman, !tit.:: Augustine; H.. Mays and week while(hiving from Melbourne and link West from iorihenat comer 01 "
at one can easily take up the work. ( got Cure." Sold Wilson &Foley'sKidney Son. R.M. Nelson, Jacksonville;A. II Stewart, had an Impromptu shower bath. /Section M, on /Section \line between Sro- .
gratitude of the public Is extended by Atlanta OafAdmiral Lotus. tlrmlll T tend 20, run West\D chain* 13 links,
10MI'i Whilldln and all will Join In ", llIb'IIC The lieavy wind squall of last week
thence South 10 chains (M links, thenceSouth
Olllls and fcalph Wallace left, caused of water craft to break --
Mr. and Whllldln all the many our
Mrs. (10 d./lI.eoIl80IlUeOQ... East ohalnii.. '
Tibbals.Mr. last Friday, for New York, after spend from their but no .el'lous dam. / ,
likings In life, and an early return to their roomings, A goodly number from hero visited to Kim: Gnllle\ River, thence follow the
several Melbourne
rioter home here. lag pleasant/ months at age !III reported Cocoa last week. shore .
Beach, the guest of Mr. Whiting The of Eau OnllU River In an Kuaterly;
Banner of Jensen, was a welcome Admiral has left his handsome .I"unchDawlJ" The yacht Prlnoeqs after visiting at J. M. Field Is In Tltusville tbls week dlrootlon to .a point du *cntli from place

Ton never heard.of anyone using Poi'j's I visitor In our burg last /Sunday, and ex In charge of the Messrs. Beau jean Palm Beach has continued her ,cruise as a Juror In the county couit.Mrs. of beginning/ thence north to point of
Honey and Tar and not being sails- pressed himself as being much pleased until his return. down the const. They report the water beginning, containing 0 acres, more or
}:ed. Sold by B. R. Wilson & Son. with our settlement and people. very low at the upper entrance to Lake R. Osteen left for her home last less, and known ap the Kltchell place
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Whiting, who own Worth: week after pleasant winter here. No. 8. NEj.orS.'otion2S, Township

t Ping Pong and billiards arc at present /l pleasant home at Melbo'urneJeaeb\ leo. F. Pmldlnon is putting up A fish Mrs. II. E.: Williams expect to leave 27 South, Range :37 East, containing ItHI
the f"vo.IteCames. of our peoplo. It will where they have tinier uiuod a number of
Stuart. for her borne In the acres, lutes railroad rlffht-of-wny.
packing wal choose for the Indian River north this week
list aliouf. four clx weeks" when and
or longer/ their lolntlvcH filendo the past season -
pineapple lolling will be the leading and left Wednesday for points north. nod L"ke"ol'lh Hsu aud Ice Co,, Mr. A good rain gladenod the hearts of the No. 0. NWU of Hi ctlou 2s!, Township
Kusslter! has charge of this branch of thocompany. 27 South hangs 87 Eusf.. rontnlijlng 1R(
Mrs. II W. Bossle visited\ tends at most populaigamo.TheTlblmls(/ They expect to return in the early fall. Jloo.le i here on Filduy. It was needed acres, loss railroad right-of-way. .
We wish them a pluimunt Journey. badly.
Sunday. ,
tmten on Bathing Club wag enter- ;Xo. If). 44: 1111.IOU acres, 'less railroad!
sold his
C. :J. Young of this place has
allied, bint Thursday, by, MCBHIS. Harris The following land owners were Tomntoos are being shipped' In small
SI. C. Munch, o( WaveUnd, was a among house and lot to O. C. 1'lngrey, of Dole- rlirht-of-wav being part e.f> Lot 1 and of
'easant clI.llel'lo town this week.T. and Jennings; by taking the members of those who came to Melbourne to hear van, N. Y. Mr.\ Young Intends building quantities..___.,_ _L. _' The drought Injured them Nii.t1! of NWk: Hectlon ;J), Township
the club on their! launches to the ocean the; debate' on good roadx' : :Mm. Valen. .. UUKI. South Range- 37 Hast; known J" L.
A. Snld"i' houseboat, Buckeye teach after all had a now dwelling on Young street, east ut ) a* ,
where enjoyed a dip tine; Tlllmnn; Mr. and Mrw. L. O. Ilialn- '
lived In port on l Saturday: ,. In tow oil 10 the briny deep, an elegant lunch was ard, Mr. Ceicle, Valknrlat Frank Foster the Episcopal!: church. Mr Phljtl'e1ln. J. M. Snndors, of Cocoa, was A visitor Stewart place.
'18 tug Ad 101 Jill. 'served In the pavilion. Our pavilion Is Narrows; Joseph, Williamson MIcoo; tend making alterations on his purchase, here I last wqj-k the first) time for a oumi No. 11. Lots 17 and 18, block 4, Towtn
bar i of '
Dr. Eton and ""Ife. who were visiting gelt!oil to be.i a very popular place for Messrs. JJolton, Arnold and others, Mala- the coming Jail. years. of } all Gallle. '

!LE. Styprnann, left, Tuesday for their picnic and beanh parties, as the distance bar; Messrs. Hodgoon and Roach Eau FreaidlngElderyuslwoo.hof I St. Augustine No. 12. Lot 1, block 4, Town of East
jaome\ at ijalm head ). cross to the beach Is so short and the .allie. Tlie'taxpiyeis, want good roads.. What Foley's Kidney Cure Answer: held conference and service here o alii.. Quit claim leud for this only-
bathing Is floe. 1.Qk over our county roads and don't we It Is made from a prescription of a leadIng Saturday: and Sunday. held under, Tax Title.

I 1 Danforth. & Lane have dissolved part- Good Roads Association all wonder where all our road, taxes for Chicago physician, and one of the For price and term address,
r8h1p. A. L. Lane will continue the The of the have ? Not these most eminent physicians In the country. E. R. Provost has spent several day
1 fifth district held their annual many years gone on at V, A. MORGAN and W. II. JONES
meetingt Georglnoa
his who'lsquite
boat-building business roads eUlely I Let us have roads with The Ingrodlents are the purest that money visiting brother,
Jensen Town hall, last Saturday: and 111 with measles. As Administrator of the Estate of Wnx '
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rea will spend the was well attended. 411 the old officers the palmetto roots taken out, even If we can buy, and ate scientifically combined rentier, deceased.
coming week at their home place on the were re-elected; seven new members were can't shell them, they can at least bo decent to gee their utmost value. Hold J. D. Ennla stopped off here. day or Tltusville, Florida. .
wrth side of the river. added, and much Interest was shown by for a Liaise to travel over. The cry by B. K. Wilson: Son.Artesia.. two on his way south and he was all _
Is always we need more money-wheie smiles to think be had found rf girl to
Curd Schroeder has just completed a all present. committee was appointed have our road taxes gone? I say "yes." A flare C'liHuco.
visit the shell mound at Wabasso and
the Lucie
landing out Into St. river -
residence. InvestIgate the quality and quantity of 11 10-1(tO) (RiO feet :
'Q front'of his acre, frontage ontiirt .
hell and to find out the price at which Reveals a Great Secret. A LESSON IN' HEALTH.-Healthy Ian Jind Banana rivers OliO) to 700-

Miss Amy Hitching left Wednesday It can be had. The report of the committee It Is often asked bow such startling O. OulbrandHen made n trip to Tltos- kidneys filter the .Impurities from the citrus trees, about half( coming( into>
a month's visit to relatives at Jupl- will be read at the next meeting blood, awl, unless they do this good
bent. vllle this week.
cure, that: the physician bearing tangerines -
puzzle / oranges/ grapefruit !
,' aDd West Palm Beach. : of the Association on May 24that which health I I..* Impossible. Foley'. Kidney
are effected by Dr. King N. w Discovery kuinqiiiitt, 0 bearing
The weather Is hot and and rain *
dry a Cure make sound kidneys and will positively
It is hoped member of the Assocla-
t10r had a slight shower of raiD last : i every for Consumption. Ilere'n the IIICle It would be beneficial.Mr. all/ forms :J bearing aVIN'adoI'H. liMK( bearing
but we are still badly In want of tlon will>e present an well as every taxpayer ruts out I he phlegm And germInfectedroucun cure of kidney and bladder pine, 8
' as all our cisterns are dry. In the fifth district, to decide na to and lets the lite giving oxygen Held of Canaveral, left, last Sun diftuane. It strengthens the whole /11'1'11'b&1I11 nail, lininons, n ntirnery
hall what Is the preference of our people eniich and vitalize the blood. It beats day for his home in boston. system. by B. K. Wilson A Son.: of about 1 ,()fHI( ) sour orange trees ready "i'
I Parks been on the sick list rock or shell-for our roads. All Interested -
the Inflamed, cough-worn; throat and to: tiiaiit few peach trees,3acrvs vegetable -
Mr. Tuten was a visitor at the Canaveralllllbtbou.e -
the week but we are glad should attend the and .
past meeting ex-
fG'fG'V. I uoga. Hard cold and stubboin coughs Indianola. laud 1-Inch artesian well largo
last week and dined on
be Is now much better. their wishes or be satisfied with ,
press soon yield to Dr. King's" New Discovery, board the Pharos. wliarf drive well, soft water H-rooiis .
, bee men are bard at work daily, the results thereafter.A the most Infallible remedy for all/ throat tiwelllng, store building, packinghouse!

ntraoting honey, which Is being barreled building boom seems to have struck and lung diseases. Guaranteed bottle. The steamer Pharos Is at the Canaveral Di.. Geo. E. and.C. L 11111 and wIves tOol: hUUIlf'l wnrfhoimton: !18 box,
ud shipped northern markets. hU piece with great force. Almost fiOoand *'!I. Tilal bott!.,. lice at ii. n. lighthouse for the purpose of seeing to left, on Wednesday, for their home In 2 acres ()i poultry yard. Fruit this
every pineapple grower has built an addition Wilson & Son's drug store. the repair of the tramroad between the Scranton:: Pa. year will l.rlnuillfX:() ) to tlOO. Kent
, Capt. Alex Goode of Melbourne, was to his nackine house .several barns lighthouse and the dock. 'rum vegetable land will kcp upjtrove.
>ere this week. lie had charge ,of the and-stables are being built, and the fol As It Is the fashion to go north for the P. A. MtaiittAir.Kau : .

louse-boat, Buckeye the past winter lowing parties will build as soon as carpenters Fort -Pierce.Mrs. 'VJlat Ttiiii Folks Need summer, those seeking our county com Gallle, t' a.

Thos. Uogarth to move Intois be secured: C. B.. Glfford missioner John H. Mlor and his estimate .
/: expects can -
I* a greater power of digesting and assimilating wile, will have to go further north
new residence this week. The paper. will erect quite a large dwelling on his A. K. Hogg left on Monday nightfor food. Far them Di. King' by> one house as they are moving this Two Fine Jotll For Sale.
angers are just finishing their work. plantation here; II. Jennings will build Miami. New Life Pills work wonders. They tone week. .

Mr. as an addition to the club-house a 30x10 and the 'fwo tine l&aare lots lying on Indian
Thomas' brother has just arrived. The bank"bulldlug Is tapldly nearing regulate digestivoorgana, gently
Ie will settle on the south side of the dance hall; Miss Gertrude England, who. completion. expel all polslon from the system en- r Wm, OoUbal and family left on Mon River } mile south of Fort Tierce, on a
ver. III. Is expected.C purchased five acres of the Tibbals estate rich the blond Improve appetite make day for their home In Hcrunton Pa. Mr. good shell road. Each ITO laRa 300 feet .
family shortly adjoining tile postofttce Is dealrlou of 8. O. Vanlandlngham, of Tltusville healthy flesh. Only;Mo! at Wilson Bon's Gotubal ha bad men at work clearing river frvntage. HUh", bluff covered wltU
W. Corbett Is building al launch for building a large cottage before October. was. In town on Tuesday.J. drug store. 'the ground for their nsw home; anal, >alm* and hardwood. timber. Hood for ,

larry Dyer which he will use this sum. Several sales of property are expected In A. Ankeny, of Ankona wan a pleasant with a hammock In front and orange' CJranjt.u, grapefruit, tangerines and pine.
ner tc haul his pineapples to the rail- a few days which will also mean more I visitor In town Tuesday. grove In the rear, and a slight\ elevationfor apples. No better location oa the river ,

.oad station.J. ..*. dwellings to be built. Tibbals Is fast Rockledge. a building site, he has, Indeed, a at any price tt.OOO( K() for each lot. ,
coming to the front. One thing It need They Intend celebrating/ the Fourth of beautiful snot fora. winter home. C. T. 1JcC'Aa'ry .
s. DanfAttb and B. F. left
Avery July. Lets all turn out and make It a -
very much I* a good: boarding house Ankoaa, Ha.
will Monday, for in Spokane;! Wash.and Mr.)Dau[r. Avery forth which would be filled the year round, grand success. Mr. and Mrs. II, J. ROll lter have left Stand Like a Stone Wall
j engage mining
and of course would be a paying investment ,. held for the north.
Moore services the
Re Methodist
'ill' return here in about three months) Between your children and the tortureof Notice'> of Application For Tax .,
church (In last Sunday, morningand Oaceola Currier and wife have returned
Itching and burning scaldhend
With / ,eczema,
plenty of new potatoes cabbage, to need.
evening large
to their New Jersey home. other skin
or dlneasea. how
Why by
tomatoes and A REVELATION. make Inquiry ,
cucumbers squasha you
our stores, what d>> we want with it will be a revelation to you howmany The members of the Episcopal. church X. Bristol and the Misses Bristol left, using Bucklen' Arnica Salve:! earth'sgreatest factor Bea.lI,of Ch.q 4HH Uw of Vis
Ifotlo l hi
.ngh meat P Let. the meat trust go Its succumb to kidney or bladder purchased a nice organ: from Mr. Bryan last week, for their home In Hlllsdale. healer. Quickest cure for nicer, ebas.wr ., Tsz bitchy t erslnrst.rlvn tin.that 4101 John, ilulwl Ifenrr, lfi:>OtiSday ii>-

57. trouble In one form or another. If the the representative of the Cable Co., of N.T. fever sore, salt rheum, outs, burn or of Juno, A. (.I. IMH, hu aile"l ..1.' it.rtlo<->t. .
1.00& bevond medical aid Foley'sKidney .J Jacksonville. bruises. Infallible for piles. 23o at B. In injr ort1c, unit ha* mult apItasttwa for tax
Cba Woodward has Just dressed his patient will It Mrs M. C. Salmon Is enjoying a visit K. Wilson & Son': drug store dx Hl tu lutn In atrannlano: with l law, 5.11 , .
Cure cure. never disappoint .
'it-boat la a new stall o( spotless white *. Sold by B. It. Wilson & SOD Holds Up A Congre mao. with Capt. E. I.. Magruder and children, Utiinwnl innbriwe In Itnvsril the 'oah..lold.K..rth.d county .'I.I nvags, and rumor says she can show a at Columbus, Ga.. Later she expects to aHS; 0' (Motion 4. Townnhlp* South ot
'eao pair of heels to many of the St. "At the end of the campaign; writes visit friends in Louisiana, L*. Clothing Cleaned, Dyed, aM IIlGJt..t: TIM' ula met txlnir ammMd ftti
.Dcle Dade County Land For Sale. Champ Clark, Missouri' brilliant congressman lbs Ul or th'luunueof;suet rrtm, i>t In tbnani
craft. "front overwork nervous tension Mrs. J. )(. Paine and Hills Ellen Paine Pressed and Re;;; ;;d. ladles'dresses of r. if.Krown,Trust**. Cnlmn.wld...... ,'

IQ 1878 the Spanish Bank of Frovl-! the northeast of sleep and constant left, Sunday, feewaaneSprings, where specialty. Address, silicate shall be rtHlranwil mcoortllna( to law, taE
For sale, cheap, quarter loss speaking liwtl wilt 1' .u* tb.'m>n on she lath day of Jane,.
eoCe was wrecked off the coast near of southeast quarter of section 3, township I bad about utterly collapsed. It seemed they will spend a couple of weeks" before S4M PzaIlI1U. ..... 1'. 1IIa. 't
ira Beach. she had 20,000 oticoanutsard 38, south of range 41 wast; close to that all the organ In my body were proceeding to their home in Minneapolis Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street vftx.s'iiiT offlrUI lim.tor and seal' tblsitfe
4th of tout
day A &. .
May .
which were washed ashore and O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on out of order bat three bottles of Electric WU. P. O. Box: 203. Sanford Fla. (L. 5.1 A, A. STEWART: I .
great many were planted by the resi St Lode River; 4O acres. Bitter mad me all right. It'. the best Clerk Circuit Court of 1r.vazdCoauatyV1s.. ; .' I

.eal That is bow Palm Beach baa 80 Also, the northeast quarter of north-. all-round medicine ever sold over a drng- WILL CURE CONSUMPTION.: Clyde 8teapisblp Line. .

an7 Cocoanut trees. east quarter of section 18, township 88, Ist's counter." Over worked run-down A. Herren. Flncb Ark., writes "Foley' Jr: \\ttt\\ tube are now" for sale at

south of range 41 east; on south fork of men and weak sickly women gain splendid -honey and Tar i I. the best preparation Ticket aDd reservation via the Clyde this office, price aaota; postage estr&.- .*

Foley't: Honey and Tar contains no St. Lucie River; 40 acres. Apply to I health and vitality from Electrio Bitter for[ coughs, cold. and lung trouble. I :Steamship Line can be secured of Cha. ,

!i Stes" and can safely) be given to child- CHAS. II. WALTOST, *. Try them. Only 60c. Guaranteed know It ha cured consumption In the II. Walton, at the ADVOCATE office, Tusill. DDT TOUR LUMBER AT DUPONT

"11,. Sold by B. B. Wilson Son. TItuaville, FU. by B. R. Wilson A Bon. first Uges." Sold by Wilson Son. $ .. A Mlddleton's, and MV freight .



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10 EAST COAST ADVOCATE, MAY 16. 1002.S't .
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fragments which touch each other at rTri EAsr COAST OF FLORIDA

pouts, tearing voids between. When is PARADISE REGAINED."

tbe earth Is broken up and pulverized.tbese : t .J 1''JPida'. \J:.{('
voids are almost equal In volumeto : 'Mel

I the solid particles and as a result i! .

Ir r the earth will absorb almost an equal yMv FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY. .

"1 volume of water. In the building or .

maintaining. of earth roads It i I. therefore
t X' very desirable that these small LOCAL TIME CARD No. 40. In Effect -April Iff". I

irregular particles be pressed and pack SOUTHBOUND RCAD DOWN. ,
rI ed into as small a I iii NOOTNBOUNO.ytEAD
r space as possible) 'IC"'S ==
i il r order that surplus water may not peas y Ff No. 39 No. 35Ually r LINE -
{ r" MAIN No. 78 No. 34
in and
destroy tbe stability of the road. .yrlly U.IIyt
-I To this end rolling Is beneficial ..I..
4. I Small crops, unsalable vegetables very 00 e 40.. Lv...,............ '
y Tbe work of maintaining dirt roads ill P I -.Jacksonville.................. .Ar roopiii ,
h II 011 p 4Iff Lv.................0o. J..kJoon..IU..1.. 8I.
(t result from want of Will be much increased by lack of care 8 15p10re! ..................... 8t. An .t\ne.....................i ii. II 8151.. s..
in 6 45 p 11 27 a ...............;..... n..Bt1nlfll. ... ..... i 1.J
properly rolling: the surface. After GF 03 p'l1 : ..... .............. Palatki* "" ""' ; il'
I : :itAlIC .............;...... 61M1
the material has been placed on the # f i777P1aa ....................... NAOIf& ......, ... .. r ii .... .. .. .8unnelle:.... ......::: a' e ,
.. j
Potash."Vegetables surface It should' not be left for traffic 7 ISI p,13, 43a..:.::.::.....:::..:.-.. Dupont...............:...::._: /U 6 u i';
to consolidate for rains off' Myr !, O ..... .. .. eoa,
or to wash w Ormond.. .. ... ......... a 1t
# atop
Into the ditches, but should be % % t: I .... .. ...::..:..:: Day one....:..::...::.::........ 11.111
) carefully'surfaced I1ri U $ I S3 I p :: : ..:............Port Orange........... .......... 527n
''r are especiallyfond and then rolled. :'1 II t 00 y 6IJ p ....................,.. :New Smyrna.; ... ................. '. 1118"
( ....... O.P........... ...... ...Oak Hill. ............... .III] 61/tlt,
of .:potash. 'Write for In making extensIve repairs plows or f: ....... 0 Up........................ Titusville..2 .
,, scoops should never be used for such .t s:: ....... .0 It .......-........ .... Craw.O ... ............ .. 1 03011 .. .
our free pamphlets. ..s .. 9 19 .... ....... atockled .. .
p .. ...:.:..:..
Implements break up the compact surface .' ......t. ,.:...... :::::.. .. 1101" .
4j a 87 P. ... .Kan Uallte; .:........:............ :849 :
GERMAN KALI ** which nee;: and traffic have made (N ........ 01L p .a................r..Melbnurne ..................12 I' .... .
WORKS. Po ... ., ..... ...... .. bngtlnniIMI! n"
Wl 53 Kuuu St., New York. tolerable. Earth roads can be rapidly IOi: .:.: .. 5 Sip) ............::.:::......SI ...................... 11M1ea'. .. .
alma' ..
r repaired by it judicious use of road machines 6 .... 5 40! p .......,......*....<.....-Port aPiereroe.) ........................ 11 Ola .
:....:. II 83))P ................. ........................ III tans : ::::
V ) and road rollers. The road machine : ; ....... 051' .. ...Tlbbals.. ......... ... ... .. :
Iii it Free and places thc material where it 1smost Tri-TTcckly Sailings .P1: ...... 8 ca p ..................-...-......Kden. :........... ..::..... III oajn; VHa: /. : :
....... Up .. .._...... .__., J..n.. :............:......... :
Accentedmij\ Masons., needed and the roller compactsand ....... IS P ........................... Stuart.........................,1okin 10 Hn .. .
\ keeps it there. These two laborsaving BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. .... HiSiZp P.: ............ .......>Hnpe Moon ....................... U 4g., .1
-... ........._............Went Juptor ............... ... .npaa.. :: :
machines are Just as effectual pl .... '140 .._. ........ .
p West Palm Beach. .. ......1. .. .
r I and neci'HHary la modern roadwork as Calling at Charleston, S. C.r both ways) ...... OS P .......?.....:...... Boy n'on ........ ........:: .. 8 8Ha 811ft/ .... ......
........ 904 p...._................ t.Lauderdale........:...........: :1
Il Indian No. 00Tltusvllle the mower self binder and thrasherare ...... ........................ Lemon City.............,....... 6II 7n5e./ .... .
4 In modern' farm work Itond machines -'The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service ...... AOOn ........ ......... ......... Miami ...... ........... ........ 6411..&. .:.::.:
River y
and rollers are the modern inventions BUFFET t'Anr..o3. CARS ON EAIN 83 AND 78.

I Florida iioopflnnry' to satisfactory and The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. \
Holds It. meetinm the second. unit fourth Frl- economical! rnrtli road construction and Direct (service Between BRANCH :LINES SCHEDULES.
.dsy. of each. month a-. the late Armory, TltusTxxlge repair[ Two ,Rood: men with two looms
ague at TaB o'oluck p.m. Jacksonville Boston Providence .and all Eastern Points.
..F. K. Walker, Wor hi)>fnl Maxtor. can build or repair more rond in, one P.ALA.TKA..A.1ITD EAST PALA.TKA.
;'I, I.. Carruthan. Senior! Warden dRY with a roller and road machine '*
(Calling at Charleston, 8. C., both ways)
IT. It. dakdoM,Junior Wardon.J" Ho. 57 Na. E5 No B3 No. 49 Ho 41Dally
: : : than times Unit number NO. 46No.| 48JNO. CO
i > Af. Plzoti, TrAMurer. mnny can EMI-WEEKLY BAILING! Dally Dally daily Dally STATIONS. No. 54
ti r V. A. Morgan. Secretary.J. < with picks. Shovels. sloops> and plows Southbrtund........................ ..... ..... .. .. ..... .... ..from Lewis Wkarf Horton bally [ Dully j Dally Ual.
.. .HURIUM: ,senior::l::: and do It more uniformly and more Northbound, ,.....................v.... ........'from foot .f Catherine Street aeka'evllte. 'l30p fe"Jfp i30y.,411)Da nos .,......1'alatka....... r"52 ,
/. II. Pores on. Uoiiooll.iK. T BO )>| t 63 p 4 gaplu B 8 60 a Ar ...Bast 1'aia.tka, ..,I.v 60 alMATPOHT 705ah148 ppgp1
P K;Mini*,.(r., Junior 'Iwntcon."H. thoroughly.By : *

F.. (M.i.Vanland Taylor,Junior nit 1mm.Steward.Senior Stavrarfl. using wide( tires on heavy wagons 'Clyde St. Johns River Line. BBAJf CE.Me. .

r P. W. lteberta, Toler.i the cost of keeping roads to repair .
19 tte. 17 No. 8 '
---------------- would be ,greatly: reduced. The Introduction .(Denary Line.) Dally Dally DallylOOStt STATJC.NH.: No. 6 No. 18
i J'BETWEE Dully8'lTn

HIGHWAYSOME BUII/IING.. In recent years of wide metal Palatka,MtmSt. Crania, Berwitord (DeLand). Blu..l'JVrlug.* .and. leterm.d/at.Iw.d- Wp 6 a v..." ... JwBkaonviil*. ;.>..Ar a-u5'11
l I 23
tires which can be placed on the wbet'11I Stopping. Ba p a tap a ka a Lv,.., ,...?....South Jacksonville...LAr !,r
meson tu t.joliu'Kivor. lOp too ,,..............,. ;? 17
of p Lv. YabloIieeoh... ..,,,,,,,,,.,,L, T 4ft
any narrow tired Vehicle" at a nominal STEAMER: "City of JacksonvUle. aiip SOIJp 1ft in a ..............., .......,. ....... 'i> ii 4ia
4 POINTERS ON CONSTRUCTING t cost has removed a very serious! CAPT. W. A. 8UA'W.I 8OJ!! >|lUi6a! ..... ................Na ,...,...,.. .,..., .,. .

objection to the proposed substitution A.WOISTED TO RAIL A- FOLLOWS
\ .. of broad tires for the narrow ones now L av.JaoluoBvlll.8:30 p. m.,Sunday TII..days.d Thursday.
-- In use. Leave BwifoMt.-daa.: 10.,Mondays, N etlu..s'lap..Dd krldHVH 57'No. 4B
'T..m..t of gaud and Clay Roitd. Southbound Read down BUUKI>Ui.jl.!: Nortbboundt.: asd'nj. Dally |Dally STATIOMS. ,, No. 48
r; Leave 8SOnm.. .. .... ....... ..Jacksonville.,.. .. .. .... .. Arrive 3:(Miam. DalyEa
... Iniportuno u( ite111na-Va1ao ." 8:45pm: .. .......... .. ......,1'alatka.. ..." ...... ... leave 8::00 Vm. 2i1'T--1.... .tPal atka., TAr
1 ..otfeveraible Roaca M.c-bID.Wld. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY g.-wiiu........,.." ..... .Ator ... ... .. ilJMIpm.tiaofcra. : 6 0 _53aAr..y, .:. ::1.. .jttn Marro 61.Lvl
-. Take Laxative Bromn Quinine Tablet .Is. .... ......... .......SRrro11ola .... ....... .* I too pan. ? 5 Oa
Tlr Good Ro.llm..rD. All druggists" refund the II\.On8ylf it falls 4'. .............D rBfordleLmi. ( SANFORD I IHe. BBANeB. OHAJVOfil CITY BHANOH.Ms .
.Bum llloam.Arrive (
V mtnace Is the key to success In to cure K. W. Grove's signature Is on 8:30:in :::::: ::;:;::::: ..Sanford nurlugs..::::::::::::;.;: 98usin.; : 11 tX.Dally
nailing earth roads alJd const nut each box. Slots.It DallyT18a STATION. 3Daniel STATION.,. No. Ti
Cen'l Passenger and''Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville., llsllya
watchfulness Is the sure menus of keep- : v, ........Tltinrlll le,.........Ar 00 p 0 a10 10 a v.N, an7rna.. '
tag them up otter they are once well now appears that the Indiana A.C.HASEKTIT, Eaat'n Pass. Ag*. ... IRONMONGER: : J":, Anst.Oen. .*....; .,,.....,!!' ''' ...""" 157p a f9 p 1l 21 a Lv.Lake Helen.Lv,1110 rl, 101 p
made says Maurice O. Eldrldge, assistnt school principal accused of kissingone 19 State t..l'Iew' York I 204 West Bay St.,Jacksonville*...... S 65 BSa Lv Lv..Oeleen.L.,.....,., Bnt ...!,,. 11 as. o0 p_ii 29a Ly.OranR' City Lvl 13 45 p)
THOS. D.HALEY Local JTwishtARAB*. (C. P.IOVKI.L: Asea tea, .. *. a rprl ,, IT 11 O i 08 p 11 40 B Ar.Ong-. City Je.Lvjll ,
director public road Inquiries* Wa- of' his pretty female pupils was foot Hoaan 8t .JaokwmvUte:Fla. | Foot Kvg&n rtt., aokeonyhlmP1.*. ,,9 Ma Ar,...,..,,.,Sanford,.,........L* ilOOl I p
tier la destructive to rood not guilty of the offense, lie JOHN. L. HOWARD Superintendent, Foot Ropan St. Jacksonville, Fla. 'vx
charged. .
any especially .... CLYbIB These Time Tables ..
&. KQKH!: General ManK WM. P Co. General AgonU.Cbmebrougb show the time al which train may be expected to>arrlve .nd'd
: to 'dirt road. Therefore drainage only tickled her under the chin. However llcUidlnfr 91 State St..Opposite Battery )'***, New York.( .. but'thell'errt1 01'departure a&the times stated S. not 1fI1'.D

.' that will at once carry away rainfall or the tickling of a pretty girl under C. II. WALTON. Agent TltuaTllte, Fla. nor& >tsz 1IoIo4t itNIt' rv.poa.lblo for any delay or any eoaa.quauoe. &t

melting snow Is absolutely neccBsary.Again tbe chin may sometimes be rather --

t little break In the road may bn ticklish business, particularly If the Peninsular' and Occidental. Steamship Connections: at Mia :
made by rain or by a load at
'Ttlme and If not repaired navy immediately any mao who does tbe tickling baa a wife SE C> I> HETWHBLW:: MTAMA, KEY WEST AND 1IAV'AIU... !

and she finds out about It,
wdll grow into mudholes especially In appearsto SOUTHBOOHOT.IT. : NOBTHBOCTNDlLT. .
have been the in the Incident AIR LINE RAILWAY.
Xtbe winter and these mudbolea! .easily case .Jflama.Mon. Weds-........,..,..U 00 p .Ra.........Tues. Thnrs. .......,.. .....lil'
,end. rapidly develop Into an almost 1m- In question. ArKeyWentt'ue..Thum....._.........12 39 pAr. Key Wes..Tues. Thurs.. ........".....
\JIoU811blll' mire. But frequent Ly KeyWeaTne..Thnr.. .......... .. r sop Lv. V"y; West.Tile. Thu.... ..... ....... .,
InspecDBVLBSIOtlt The late, Princess Marie of Wled is Capital City Route. Ar. Havana Weds. I\'l'le.\ ....!......,...;.. 0 00 a Ar. Miami Weds. Fria .........'........" ,i
For covrot Local Time Card''adOtm* uny Agent.
beat remembered as tbe mother of
I Queen Elizabeth of Uoumanla who in The Shortest Route. J. D. RAHTTER,. AM Oen.. Pa ... Agent ST. AUGUSTINE, F

turn Is bent known by her nom deplume The Best Line.
I .
of Carmen Sylva. Here is an Only line with Double Daily Service, Including Sundays to ... _
I 1 Instance where crowned beads do not r. :1. "- "I"'_" "' n

count for as much as those who SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN,. SOUTIlpRJ}: I1MPS; RICHMOND, r
achieve real distinction In literature.
i iI 1 WITH PULMAN'S BEST:: 'CAKS n.h h-nond %Vashington Saltizn4.traPhilatI1phIa

I it U Former Postmaster General Charles The Florida and Metropolitan IJmited, a solid vestlbuleil\ tralnv St. Augustine and Boston Atlanta.A.l'u.Ule .

t Emory Smith in his newspaper, tbe JaoUsonvllle to New! York CODHtloft! Dialing;, CompMi>tnnurr( Composite,. Chattanooga Ouisvill iCirtc5'nnatit
Observation and Drawing Room Sleeping Cars r
Philadelphia Press, gives unqualified Ct. Louis Kansas City

I editorial Indorsement to> the verdicts! Only line opeiattog dally through Pullman Car Service JaeksonvilhitoNew! Orleans Detroit Cleveland{

.-. For sleeper reservations and further Infol'mfttlon. write Chlca o, eto.
In the Cuban postal cases This Is .another I

decided Jar for tbe gentlemenwho A. O. MAcDOSKtX: Asst. Gas r1t8l. ARt. J'1ICkllOnvlllelllorida.
; : HOHHH HULLKB.tlon J. M. BARR, R. E. L BUNCHi, .
rl1 :. and a little work will keep theaoad were convicted.: I. V. P. 4 G.' M., Uen. Pasa Agt.. cha l lI

In good condition and with less to have JPOKT3MOUTH.VA. I F
cost than under ordinary methods. Minister Wa ou ] no trouble --
a "With good drainage established" |n"building In getting enough testimonials from -- '

the road and frciiurnt" lusp4OC' this country to convince his government Dixie Flyer Route ,I. I: ,SOUT fRNR.1\ll WAYa.un

-itlou to keep the drainage efficient and that be cannot be blamed for tbe '
Uo mend promptly mull Injuries" to the re-enactment: of the Chinese exclusion NASHVILLE:, CHATTANOOGA;; & .ST. LOUJ8KAltivrAY, and

vl I /Nmrtace' the earth roads of the United III WI. WESTERN... ATLANTIC RAILROAD, I OF THE CELEBRATED* TRAINS::

f! oI,States could be mnlntolnvd In n much -route of the-
d 9 '"higher'' state of usefulness" than nt prvs- o TBA1X The Southern's Palm Limited
Happily J. Plerpont Morgan does not CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITTIO
r i .nt and at considerably lower cost.
The aim in ranking a road Is to estab- have to count his money In actual I and / The Washington Richmond and
cash. Otherwise he could hardly spare DIXIE: FLYER SLEEPING ARS.: .
!Q4b the easiest, shortest and most eco Florida Limited
-rmomlcal! line of travel. It Is therefore tbe time for the European trip' he la The Chicago and Florida Limited Is quickest trade fiora. :st.:: Angiiotlne and ,

desirable Mat roads should b4 Arm now taking. Jaoksunvllle.Chattanoofta The New York, and Florida Express
r' .osmoolh'comparatively level and fit for ,Nashville, Louisville, St.: Louis and Cbicngo vrUh Pullman's
rahc cbs at all season of the year that they finest Observation and Drawing Room Sleepers, DAIWBR ears. e1Ie-.boolljlb without I TO THE EAST.
t chanRe. The famous Dixie Flyer all the year round sleeper vlnt Atlanta and
t V shoo Id be properly located so! that their
..grades shall be such ,that loaded veblMiles : Children"sFertilizer. Martin, through to St. Louis, without, change. The Chicago and Florida SpecIalThe
} Fur Information relative to rates schedule etc., write to...
) may' be drawn over Oiem'without Florida. LimitedTO
.great loss of energy that tbey .should + '1'. M. DOYLE Fla. Pass. Agt Jacksonville Pla. *

*b e properly coovtraeted. the roadbed C. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass. Agt. II. F. SMITH. Traffic Managof THE HOTiTH. AttO>'YEST. '

.graded, shaped and rolled!, and that Atlanta, Ga. Nal>ville\ Tenn.

1. -cthey should b* surfaced with the best That's a good name forScott's .

...available material suited to their needs. Emulsion. Children Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville. Cincinnati via .

i While clay alone never wakes a goO'Oad \! QYSTEM.The Asheville. through "The Land of the Sky."

l '! except: In dry weather Mud alone I are like young plants. Some PLANT 'through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in-

never makes a good road except when in.f soil.Others connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
wet. The more the..dratuage of a sand n ___ grout ? Pullman Sleeping? Cars and Hotel Dining/ : Cars on all through
road is Improved! tuw more deplorable need fertilizers. trains. i
Car Line from Florida.-Connections: "
will Great Through
becomes Its condition. Nothing of children '; Ask for Tickets via Soothers Railway. vCsrr".pondence Solicited.
fd ruin one quicker than to dig ditch on The nature some To the East via all rail. The Atlantic Coast Line via. Charleston, Richmond

4R : -each side sad drain all the water prevents them from thrivingon Washington.. The Southern Railway, via Savannah,. Columbiaand ( .

; .*way. The best! way therefore, tot .' Such children Washington. H. F. CAREY Fla. Pan. Art.. 108 V. Br St.. Jacisonvde, Fl*.
e. make such a road firm Is to keep itconstantly ordinary food To the West The Southern R'y via Jellup, Atlanta and Chattanoogo. The L A

1 ,, ilamp. This can be done by right if treated right. x, via MbntROraery. The Southern Il'y via Savannah., Columbiaand S. H. HARDTOCK. W. H. TAYLOE, ,
h t ',,, planting simile trees alone Its side to grow Asheville. The M A. O R'y via ''Montgomery. I
little fertilizer General Panama:: Ae. Aja't Gcnl P.... At*st, i
: {prevent the evaporation the East
y ': rowing upon the surface\ of such sand I a little extra richness. To i Philadelphia and Boston TU Savannah and Merchants Miners. 'VI uh latoGo TX C. .AuW, Ga.

"road Z a thick turf proternbly\ Bermuda I Transportation Company for Baltl more. Janu.r 15. 1902. I '

fltj r grass.! Bonds runuliiK through/ loose Scotts: Emulsion is the right w_ Fey nu.n.... _.._"u.i n............ G via Port .Pnmpa sad T_'Aninitiilftr_____ ____ A Occidental? HtAfiniKhins_ ___ ___'__
a and may be Improved\ by mixing clay To Nova Scotia, Cape Bre'ton and Prince Edwards. Island, via Boston and Canada I.'
with the land land sllgbtly\ crowning treatment. Atlantic and Plant Steamship line for Halifax, qawkesbury and Charlottestown.

y r ,{ f the surface. Fertilizers make things grow.That's .
"rXO :EarS
oOTT3Eijrsas THE
For till trmporary improvement of Emulsion "VO"XN'T3JrL : WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHIN1 !

earth ofsttiul road any strong. fibrous just what Scott's } I will b* on sale throoiihonl: the Northern :Eastern, Western- and Southern States to

substance, espvcUilly( I If It holds niola- does. It makes children all FLORIDA RESORTS via tho Plan System during the season of I9O1.1902, limited Patented in the United States, Great Britain and Canada,
: tire!, such as rcfuxe! or sugar cane or ; to return untlll\a.1311t, with liberal stopover privileges la R
i sorghum and even ('oltll lon straw, in flesh grow in strength, Addresses of parties In the north sent to the undersigned will be'liberally sup
) i flax swamp grass or pine needles will grow mind I plied with all Information and handsome advertising matter. PRICE, $4410 and 43.00 EACH. Should be used by every Boat Builder In the If f
i be useful. Spent tanbark \is. sometimes grow rich blood, grow For information as to rates, sleeping elU"reaenatlonl" eta, call on or write to Infuse/ bj some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States. It fi

bcneflclrfl and wood fiber In form That's what we '
r any grow happy. F. M. Jolly Division PassenRer Agent. For Sale by ,

i { Is excellent. Enough sand' or earth make it for. 133 West Bay St.,Astor Block Jacksonville, Fla., Jas. Pritchard & Son '
,t should be thrown over such roads to I I
rI Tkeep them damp and to protect them Send for free sample. O. W. W re n n, Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga. TITUEVILLE, FLOG

.tfrooi" catching! are.r SCOtT ft DOWN CtieniiM. 4Ptwl. St., N.Y. W. B. DENHAMi General Superintendent, Savannah, Ga. SIB TIlE TESTIMONIALS: FROM PROSTIXEXT BOAT BITILDERS. 'I
.JJartb la conipqsed of small. lrregula a.aIMl cIna.


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TITUSVJ LLE. .jsy r 1
t (: Tfc. Coat nt ..b..bIIlDs.I I 1f
L'evgry;/ likely some readers of the poultry

:CJ:AN RIVER: ::SO'I'EL.:: Fine )it./ of-llq.ld_- Appl.. Sprayd Journals< may wonder why advertisers CANCEROUS '

,. ON.Tf E-IJ 11IAN-RIVER. to the Proper Point. do not exhibit At the shows i
more fwiuently. says a new exhibitor' Are in like other ulcers
respects or
Much of the success' in .spraying I't'adersl many
TITUSVILLE trees depends upon the proper application laComnierc'l.-il; ") Poultry Some ULGERS sores, and this resemblancE often proves fatal.
of the liquid. Some persons tart tn;($ trot know that besides! the trouble Valuable time is lost in fruitless efforts to heal

FLORIDA. in with a determination "to do u thor In (i-ptrlng: the birds, it Is also the sore with washes and salves, because the germs of Cancer that are multi '

ough Job and give thorn an everlasting qtUte esiiiMiHlvv' to show. I submit the plying in the blood and the new Cancer,cells which are constantly develop't'

soaking"; : until everything Is drippIng. foB: wliiK figures to show the cost: JUg keep up the irritation and discharge, and at last sharp shooting pain

i J. G. BAST, Proprietor. If this 'is done, there will bih'ss unit SU (,.wio.. Expense, $rt.20: ; cash announce the approach of the eatingand sloughing stage, and a hideous Ka
prize 5(' cents birds from home
: away sickening cancerous sore begins its
rial on the trees in the end than If leas !
nlpje* days; one bird died from the long destructive work Ia Tebruary, 1899, I notload small
were applied a proper manner. This confinement value ::1 total on my lower Up. Tb doctor can-
$ withlamp
; expense, No ulcer I exist I
or sore can
DUCK SHOOTING some may seem paradoxical. Nevertheless b..i..el it but another came and broke-
It is a fact and the Illinois t.i. $tto; credit 60 cents Show No. 2- out some predisposing internal pause out into an open sor. I began to takes r
tion in I Expense $1; cash prizes $1.00. Show that has poisoned the blood, and the a. a. s. and after I had taken ,i.v.n bot-
recent bulletin has
a presented
and FISHING.Kates ::! Not>3-Expense: S3.50; cash prizes, $2.Expenses discharging ulcer, or the ftslertl... the plaoe healed and no
of bow thin take open
t an explanation Just signs of the dl..e have been sees
place: of three shows, $13.10. besides ing sore on the lip, cheek or other .ino.. W. P. Brown, Hollands, B.0.
: $2.50 day. the trouble which Is no small 4
) per It will be to consider the part of the body will continue to a
I r globules of water necessary as they come from Item, at each bird must be caretully spread and eat deeper into the flesh unless the blood is purified and the (

, j $10 and $12 per week. examined legs and face washed, I leI Cancer germs or morbid matter eliminated from the circulation.S. .

-- ------- banded and placed In an exhibition S. S. cleanses the blood of all decaying effete matter. It has great t
=- troop two or three times' to get them antidotal and purifying properties that soon destroy the germs and poisons
I; t used to confinement and being ban and restore the blood to its natural condition. And when pure blood is

- died. carried to the ulcer or sore the healing, process ,
At some exhibitions held early In the begins, the discharge ceases and the place heals t

BUY !t season old fowls are not done molting. over and new skin forms S, S. S. is a strictly vege-

AL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. N iY young birds are not up In weight and table blood purifier containing no mercury or
1 I pr fowls molting are not at their best minerals of any description.

either In plumage or weight. Young f'If :you have an ulcer or chronic sore of any kind,write us about it, medl-

,i Opposite postoffioe. Centrally located. birds lack weight and so many good cal advice will cost you nothing. Books on Cancer and other diseases of
Thoroughly repaired and re birds score low that tile score does not) the blood will be sent free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta,Ga.

f novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . r rllr Indicate their actual merit A wouldbe ---_______________________ ____ _____ ___ ___ _h .. .. _____
buyer looks at the low score published
f Rates f2.50por, day and up. In tho journals and thinks such
t B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. took Isn't wortb much .

Matin Prints all kinds of 3onmeroiol Stationery, Wedding Stationery, Card. )Bill, Etc- I

SPRAYED TO THE PROPER: POINT. The number of boos which should be --_. .. .. ._
-- --- ---- --- -
the nozzle, carrying with them BUB' mated to one male varies with the different
Owner. Description of Land, ten T. U. A. Ain't.
boideaur "
pended particles of purls green or breeds In Barred riymoutl

American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened mixture, or both AS the case hocks fifteen females may be mated Continued from 4 t '
may be. The settling which takes place to1 one tunic and 05 per cent of fertile [ Page; ] .
this season. Fine cooking and poodtabie.; Hot and Cold Water in the spray tank goes on within the eggs be obtained. Twenty-four Brown R M lIebllart. Part hits 1 and :3, dcnoribod '

Baths, Elevator, eto. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All globules of water after they become Leghorns may be mated to one main DctHl.ltook O O, page/ :2 III\l) 24. 87 41 IS 1 73W .
0 IIlIelll'n: . North 2 acres n( south it acres' j
street oars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.50 per'day. fixed to the fruit and leaves. Hencethe and equally good results obtained. of lot5audsouth 21 37 41 n 5612
larger the globule the more settllni hens should be perfectly healthy and
Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor. E ICushell\ .. . Part of north S of northeast).(, I
will take place, and, consequently the Vigorous and! should be mated to males I
described Peed) took U, page '
more material will be d SLAi UEEZL. place. Tbe only way this can be avoided breeding pens' lie the germs of disease MlkeWintlu'r. . ]North acre* of goutlieiwt A4 ofnortheast

is to have the globules very small liable to sap the life of the young chick, % , i, ... :27 37 41 6 6Grilli
I and fine as they leave the Nozzle and or a strong vigorous constitution thai II land Company '

to keep thew Intact as separate, fine will give him life and new strengtl ., . Mouth J H of southwest $4 of
lie Clarendon Inn and the Breakers SEABREEZE. globules after they become attachedto with every day be grows older. northwest '.J.4" . . 27 .37 41 20 In
the fruit or leaf. Hence the iaipor Max Gt'lilert Southeast corner of southwest < \ 5
*4 of north 'it_C&f. . . '28 37 41 41 131
UNDER THE SOLE'' MANAGEMENT OF Col. C.'C. I'QST. tance of the injunction, "U lJ only afine l.e1lIll'e.lloD. II 11 Stewart Lot 2, except :2.1,* acres to I>... i
nozzle use force enough to keep] Wbeoo birds begin to mope around, tl'uben . . . . . 8J: 87". 'I4. 8 lI2'
These two commodious hoiiBfik!' at Seabreeze, tho most popular'summer resort the liquid Issuing ua a fine mist and Dotl'caring to ent and their odors are W 0 Sueden . North 0 acres of lot 2 11a7/ 4J 6'' 6 28- i
ia Florida, will be under the management of Col. C. (J. Post during the spray only until the foliage and fruIt found to be offensive, there Is trouble \V O Hnetlen\ . North :2t acres of lot :JOllllowlnnd . /1137 41 .24. 20 lOt 1

summer season of 1002. Professor ,hanJ.'ltTn Orchestra, from New: Turk completely; bedewed." It rE'llnlr,8eansldernble that 'must be attended to at once 01 . 1.0t..1 and fl, subdivision I ot lob
skill\ to do this properly more: complicated diseases will set in 4. of section S.I, slid south Jl/ .
will play dally, afternoon and evening. chains of lot 1 of section! 3't' :35! l ,
and cover the !surface! fully. If It cannot and njafiy birds may die. The disease!
Guests c\uteel! assured of a satlstae'ory table, and every attention to their be done with one spraying It would' Is indigestion, caused by feeding tod :.IU:11: 41 10 0' 12 '

comfort. Rate, $J to $:J.50 per day; :$10 to *1J per week.V>Ite for special pay better to go over the trees twice much, rich food. As soon as discovered W SiKMlen . North8errsof. Mouth 7 acres '
of l hit I I1'nrt 111) 37 4:1': 3 1 7t: t
rates for families for the: season. Address, C. C. POI' Seabrcvz, Fla. allowing the tlrnt application to dry the birds should be put on a plain diet,, Morris MackVV l lot 1'dcecribIi\" > rji'fil' llotik! t; .

---------- -" '- - -- ---- ---- .. .. '- before giving the second 1, than to try; ,"'blch'lIhoulll be reduced In quantity r, page 70), :81) 37 ,12 B -I 04 fiy
to accomplish! it nil at one time and us well us\ iunllty. With! their diet It G Mnvden . South/ tl I acre! of lot 1, and nil

NK\V YOUIC thus run the rllllk of going further that will be wine to mix, a little powdered< the simple bedewing of the fruit or charcoal or give the birds rbubard pills

leaves. If the spray Is continued ton a grain to each chick. ...... E. W. HALL ,
4Vh: street, bet. Broadway) and Sixth Avenue *
E! HAMILTON the fine will "run .
long globules togetb ".' .' Tax Collector Brevard County Florida. '
NEW YOHK. er" to form one or several large ones, ,
81rhll Ailment*. .. .. .._ ._.
which. instead of fixed and! ,
A Modern Fireproof Apartment H tel. Central tknd ))e- remaining c ----" -- -- --- '- ---- --
drying Just where they strike will rundown There Unn aching and tired feeling;
Looared With
alrably every Comfort. Convenience.
the liver bowels and kidneys become "
to the lowest place and drip. Of NOTICE.
Furnished and UnUrnisiled. sluggish anti Inactive, the digestion Impaired
course the suspended material settle
GEORGE W. MORTON'officII'1 with llulo oi1 no appetite, no
to the lowest point of the globule .t I
.. .. .. .. arabliion for anything, and a feeling that Corrections In Delinquent List. Brevard County '
-- ------- --- -- -- -- - which l Is In that case spread over a con the whole, body and mind needs toning

-'-- sldernble surface of tho fruit Some of up. The trouble Is, that during the win. V4"OWNEH. I I Ia
Supply House flf The Illinois Flsbei; ;:men's Association., the upper portions are thus left completely ter, there has been an accumulation of

bare. At tbe lower edge the material want ,mutter In the system. Her bine .. PENCllII'TION/ I e g a., .Qa j
The Chicago Net and Twine Co. will drip off with the water or will remove It, secure to the secretions aright .- to y :c' 0
often accumulate In sufficient quantityto / exit and by Its tonic -MaDuflUtllrerlof- cause Injury. restate' the wasted tissues and give you G "d
strength instead of weaknens. boo at V.
H The cuts show the imprints of the R, Wilson A Sion's drug store. Christina 0 Bravo //4lJt II tI acres of southeast J..( of.outhent ,
One, separate globules, leaving the surfaces 3j of southwest", J4'. Ii 21n: A IS 40
=1 quite uniformly covered on the that :M E Norwood South 76 ot southwest' Lt 111 :II 36 80 II MI
1:1o: properly sprayed specimen, while the Tbt rule when a person ] 1.ll1In. . . /4ollth\\'l'.t/ tj of northeast 3-4 "
oversproyed shows how the running accused: >of murder does not go on the toutheastj. or northwest 74 ?,

together lies left a large portion exposed stand as a witness In his own behalf northwest tj{ of Routht'Hllt It.. ,rand
northeast ty of southwest ,
I o to attack. Where tho bitter rot the fact Is not to be Interpreted as : J-i . ,, 21i :3 30 1110 5 IT

suspicious sail right In theory, but It Wm Ul'ntlllu,r., t' outheastjOfiaorthwest3. of II
b sometime works differently la prac southwest 1-4. .. . 214 24 RO I 10 1 89-

tice. It seems to have weighed bear Oleason Brothers'c!
FISHING NETS and Netting of Every De crlptlon.n"AlerK and Company.OleaHon . :
ily against the accused In the Patrick .
of southeast ,14 of northeast -
t4 .
In 8sinp'I wine, Maitre fJord, Rope Ele.OrlaInatore .
cue in New York.'ConetanUnople }4, went >u of southwentof
of Whole.ale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
of northeast 3j, north ;Jj of ,
79.81-tl3 E. Indiana -it. 0 Chicago, Ill Is tbe only city In northwest J1 of northeast! Jo 1. ,
...Mention The ADVOCATE In letter...
your north JTI of southeast W- of (t
Europe where they view with alarm a
We MembA' of the 11I1n"l. Thhermf'n''lnrf.: southeast are crowd of American tourists. In all '
t td of southeast 4., 10 27 30' ICO o42lJ e
e' t, P i t other cities they are a joy to the Brothersand !
tradesmen, a boon to the hotel keepers Company An undivided 2-3 Interest In
I east &4. ,, . . 13 27 80 480 6 54
and a "good thing" for the sharks

a generally. E. W. HALL ,

Good For Klieiiinntl.iiii. Tax Collector, Brevard County, Florida.- '

Last fall I WAS taken with A very severe
1 / Error-Tuxe* lime been J'uld,
attack of muscular rheumatism which
OVKHSPIiAVBD. caused me great pain and annoyance. VanSclwlok..., All soutli 't. of southwest 14,
i north of < creek----- 2I.If:. 37 M 0 10
1 t or the scab is very abundant an appleor After trying several prescriptions and .riiiif
a leaf In tbe overeprayed condition hoamatio cure, I decided to use Chnrowrlsln's I' 0 )1() ler, . Jot I, (cr alllrllctl"ml/) 7 M: ]IJ.1 61. 3 84 j

,Is little better off than It it had not Pain Balm, which I had seen ----- -. "-
been touched at all. Injury to leaves advertised In the South Jeraeyman. After -
/1 Is done by tbe running down and evaporating two applications of this Remedy I was ADVOCATE JOn POINTING HOUSE.
much better, and after using: one bottle ,
of the liquid; causing an accumulation
cured. Bailie Ilarili'
was completely tt
t y ay, e ei of bordeaux or purls green at Salem, N, J. For sale by all druggists t
the edges, which results,In dead patches and medicine dealen.
t $ Y on the leaves. .

The Emerald. Oren L.......

A deep rich emerald green Is the 1-

bade most desired' In a lawn grass. KM A Sample copy' of one of the best farm
It is generally pleasing and certainly
papel. published free, if you will send
the most beautiful tit all tints. NO} "
grass In the northern and middle 1 states your name on a postal card mentioning:

fllla this requirement MO well as Ken- tbl paper, '
f1 t blue The color of this .
; grass '
$ ,
1.. Y grass when grown under favorable ,. "
I circumstances may be regarded as the ;: Atlanta, Us.
/ standard upon which to base comparl-
sons. Different varieties of Kentuckyblue II,

grass show slight variations In ; ;t
t 3 4p $ than, others
color, some being lighter Florida
F t1 but upon the whole the deep rich shade > -- t tAll tr

t of green may be relied upon. .f1t.'f}," .'.. I,, ,

Magazine, \ ;
Th* Kmtniimmt. _
"YIlldstrsitt -.#% .
similar far ; _
Visitors to Florida or
southern points should secure a plant 'I. ...-. ; r

t or two of tbe Japanese kumquat fur ., \ '. .'t.'J-.
1 : their conservatories This plant Is a I
I Montbly.
dwarf member of tbe citrus family and : "

abundantly produces small "oranges" ONE DOLLAR A TEAR.
ID shape and she much resembling' .

e e e ee silkworm cocoons, but a trifle larger Send for /Hump'' Copy/
i and more nearly round. The fruit. kinds. of Commercial Stationery printed at the above offlct.LKTTERHKAIW ",

i, r though slightly acid when first bit Address : O. D. ACKERLY NOTZHEAl ENVELOPES, BILLHEADS, SHIPPINGTAGS
Into. has a rather pleasant ta.te. It Is '
excellent tot reee"IIlIeeuD'> Publisher, Jacknoovllle, Fla. CARDS, etc., .te., printed cheaply and eipedltlously.! '



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12 COAST. ADVOCATE MAY 10, 1902.

FLORIDA Valtorsar.inviter HOW TO COUNTY HELP SUPPORT PAPER. THE Robbins & Graham Go FZ._ :se.:: .. .. :c-s; & ::s O_"'.

I to the Jewelry*nd,8ouveilr shops oftluIf' -DEALKK3 IN-

__' r (l; i9' The IC}y West Advertiser says !It cost ,
lots of money to run a newspaper; 'it Is i a \ We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. Ware agents for MAPES PEBTILIZEI

Jacksonville W. BnvSt. ; :St. Aligns- business venture, not a charitable Instl This company owns We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit tho trade ot all consu
tine In the Alcazai'; Pafm Beach tbO'rotuod. tutlon, a bagging concern, nor a hlfr'h.wayrobbe ;; era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station,
t ... of the Polnolana; Miami the rotunda cry, :L N D S., K. L. BKADT & PRO TITU VILT E. FLA.
of Royal Palm Nassau rotunda t, The? St.: John's (Kansas)News e"roast-!
Hotel.; sally remarks: in the Indian River Country; On the St
ef the Colonial
'''It takes wind to run a I It
newspaper it ; Lucie Utver; at New River and on Bay;; S. TXT. CARROLL:
vet takes gall to run a newspaper; takes a
acrobatic imagination hall Price to suit the times. ,
ANHEUSER BUSCH scintillating, Biscayne
THE head What The Doctors .
4 t .. ,, Bay.MAITLAKD dozen white shirts and a railroad pass tf -Dealer In-
for Land List.
FLA.., Oct.10, tool.' 1 Heaver Send
run a newspaper But money
Braw{no Asso's Tin' Hancock Liquid. Sulphur. Baltimore.Mil. to Uetsy-seven hands round-who( ever Offices at Tltuavllle and Miami, FJa.GKO. ) GROCERIES GRAIN, FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLE
(/entl mon:-1 to va had eczema over thirty In ,
needed conducting a news
yeur, have tried many remwllwi' prmorlbea by money Crockery, Mass and'1luware. Tour Patronage Solicited.
various but to roihlnn: ha* the 3 ramous St. Louis Keg and Do! easeyieided.ore.Jllyemto' Liquor Hnlphur 1, exchange: that do business for the editor President. Actuary; TITUSVILLE, FL01UDA.
think It UHMI properly It i* undoubtedly .111'8
tied Beerdold -kind words and church eoclarand entertainment -
for Ji.oiom have It for othel'llwltb -- -
cltlo I pnmorllxid ---- --- ---- --
moHtiiatlnfactory, remtltn. I oouildor K the tickets. When you sea an Brevard Abstract of Title Go
.i by Mteiun. F.A.Ixmley and beet remedy for oiit&iieim. afrtlonn I httv ever editor with money, watch him ; be will ,, INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
C K. I* Motlow,Tltu vllleFl-. known anil regard. tt an the arantent modloaldlnoovery be paying his bills and disgracing him "WILL UURNrITAbstracts
r of the suco. Konpectfii llv your" .
J i By Mr.R. L. Motlow,Cocoa,Fla. W. A. HKAlU\: ), M 1). profession. Never give money to an editor of Title TITUSVILLE, FXA.
I make him trade it out as be lIRa no
Sale J. B. SCREVEN' Is to furnish Ice In. quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attentl,
JOSEPH ZAPF For by druggist, uso for coin He likes to swap. Then -.OR, LANPS IN, prepared any
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. when you die, after having stood arouoc[ Brevard County. paid Backlog for Yachts or for family use. ]I'alrdeallng Is my motto.

for years and sneered at the editor and T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
I Sole Agent. his little Jim-Crow paper, be sure aDd Office under Law Office of

TO BRIDGE INDIAN RIVER. have your wife send in1' for three extra GEO. :M. ROBBINS, -

r p 610 to 620 West Bay Street, copies by one Of your weeping children,; TITUBVH.LK FLA, .
and when she reads the aDd .
An Electric Reed Also N..ed I.IJ generous
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.TOGNI'S. < toifcblng notice about you, forewarn be : Whalers Store.
a IANOIA, FtA.,'Hay U, 1002 I to neglect to send fifteen cents to the edItor Jewelry
s East Coast Meat Market
Editor East Coatt Advocate. ; it would overwhelm blm. Money faa
corrupt thing. The editor knows It, .
t : Dear Sir:-As tho residents in this and what. he wants Is just your heartfelt G. F. DUREN Agent..
a w RETREAT. section are very enthusiastic over a thanks. Then he can thank the tax col "'rdP' Watches Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Etc
1 bridge across Indian River,from Merrlttg factor, his grocers and his landlord tr:: : ,
Island to the mainland, our people will "Send away to other places for your C'
Choice much appreciate it If you will publish, it costs so much less, but whet ,..- f 1.Ern :=::a.CI .. SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing: of Fine Watches

IWfnes Liquors the following in jour newsy and popular you want any oburob Fourth of July or ., ly and Jewelry. All work warranted for 12 months.
h pink paper. other notices Inserted free, be sure to -
.. and Claars.Guaranteed .. SUD8CBJ BB.: send them to your local newspaper as It 1 syly b !!trMall Orders will receive prompt'and careful attention

Pure. Never has there been so much talk as costs nothing tn put them in type. JW
at present of a bridge across the Indian The Wayne (N eb.) Democrat also facetiously TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA

; John B. Togni River, connecting Rockledge or Cocoa retnarktt:
and Merritt island. Tbe location of tbe "Get: your lodge letterheads and statlonery -
c l li No. 105 East Bay Street, Corner Ocean. bridge will be at the fuotof Ocean street, printed out of your town ur county a r

i # Near the old stand. Meriltt.I connecting with Oleander Point, Hood the editor with resolutions of: -=- C'-.
Itockltdfce, or a few hundred feet notchr I respect and cards of thank; they make =" Special Attention !
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Oleander Poi"t, the foot of church such spicy reading, and when you pick 1 h TITUSVILLE" FLORIDA.:
0.---. .._ __ street Cocoa. This Is the narrowest part up filled with these glowing and vivid
:i! of tbe river. Ocean street Intersects tbe mortuary articles, you arc.proud of your GIVKN: TO MAIL OIIDERS FOR-
t East End Cafe county road at the corner of Alias Has- local paper. But money Scorn the 111-
uall'i and Mr. Jules ,Dtrdonvtlle's piop- thy lucre; don't let tile pure, innocent HardwareTinware Crockery Glassware
erty. The' county road runs parallel editor know anything, about its; keep that ,
,%4 WM. J. HOBAN, Prop'r. with the river, about a quarter of a mile for sordid trades people who charge for
cast of it, and the only public outlets to tbelr wates. Theeditui'glvee; Ills bounty Harness and Stoves.
: Wines Liquors and Cigars. the liver south of Indlsnola are at Ocean away and lives on air. the: Lord loves

I ASCTAtrSEB'BUBOR DBBR A. BPECIALTV. itieet, opposite Oleander Point and a cheerful giver; He'll take care of the ed- i CffiT-Our stock Is Complete and We Can, Fill Orders, Promptly
mile above where Oiace Episcopal itor. Don't worry about) the editor; he
Out of town orders given prompt attention. sliuroh is located. has a charter from the State to act as n
Many think an etaotrlo road should be door-mit: for tbe community. lie will Jas; 'Jri tchar l <& Son.
Jug trade a tpeclalty. julltHoroHS the bridge and along the get the paper out somehow;stand up for

river bank to Courtney. This would your railroad and the town, and whoopIt )
t W 'FunNIS ED BOOMS Postofflce Dos 212,
hake a very Attractive rIde of ten miles up for you when you run for some fat

r Cor. Bay and Catherine Stat hiough; JndlanoU and many :of the orange county office; and lie about your pigeon- 1 t..{ 2'itusville 'Florida' : .
groves, and with the beauties of toed daughters' turkey weddings, and ,
Jacksonville Florida. tbe river always view. Doubtless, the blow about your big-footed sons when rare

right of way would be freely granted, they get a four-dollar-a-weeki job, and
and the road, costing\ some$20,000, would weep over :your sbilveled soul when It is :
pay the very first year, Increasing its released from your grasping body, and Seeds For Summer Crops.
...- revenue from year to year. The orange smile at your giddy wife's second mar THE TEAKS TO COME
6 cents box for rlttge. Don't worry about the editor; '
growers now pay per have no terrors for the well Insured mnn.
transportation by steamer or sailboat. to. ie'11 get on. The Lord knows bo.-bllt i n i -
rd Is In the knowledge that what-
Cocoa, and would be willing to pay 10 tomehow" lie secure Millets, Sorghums, Soja Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanut, Chufas, Teoeinte, Giant
bin JIt well provided
cents per box by rail, as ever happens family
without clean.
then ship| from theIr groves, theuse or. And the cost of thin security iaoally Beggarweed,
of lighter: and OHI-IIIR\ lo docks. BREVARD verv smatll. Oar' rotes!' on rtE..Pi..S
d 1864r. A full stlninte of the .products north -- CC 'i.&r :: :
nf OiMMin sHeet in UK follows : Orau/ iM, County ('onrt convened on Monday, XnSUraJ10o.lire : Wlilf|n, C1.t>s, Wonderful, lil:lok. Unknown. ad'oIIl/.tl'r./ .
.ItI.OO:. lioxOHf bea s.:..I.IJOOI'aIM; piitenpplen .. unoh Pea 3.c (jt., I*.". tp."id; $1,23enk :;
lay litli, Judge/ IVuimy i'ie Uilug, mind in ''ili.'iniu' Hint l by Hiking I .nit a policyt CIM Hi iglHMiiHiKj/ ; Lowest Piioea. pot
1 OIH, crtitoH; potatoes ycM barrels; lauteaE.'Audi' UWI pros-cu' lug. Fhoie the bmmUlH! me greater ; $4 2'iiIuthvf..
U' her 'truck 200! ciates. This .1)1) yield. vita a Urge' docket, ) 1'be,.foklownHoaCMH an early nee 1'oul'.I'I' Sui ppllts\ stuck Food, In"eedeidau:Ogrden.Tuola l KertHlarara.U. : .
: f ;; ar 10 cents' pm box! #2,150! \ ;coming to the ..f ro illxposeil,, "f : lIud premiums lower.SmIUYLEttrc.
: : : t ;M: lil.nul!, 100 otiH. fBltlllzwr,. 100 tons feud, Stare uf Hoild..( VII'' U-ivid, "8. Evni' .1ltASNINH, CAMERON The Seed Store.

I r. '.. : : :',;;':'<..: : :.. lnfllob .n I.lI11" rtu, $OGOj! ; passengers, 15 his defendant was dint' ohal'I/.1, T1TU:: VJI.I.l':, ,KLOK1DA. 121' East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE: FLA
Inirn..w. oentlll'noh, :3'iranfs lound Clip, tl.ilOO; vltu shouting: ad James Motlow with la- .. ._ __. n. _._ .- --
:(MJ. Total ".& WITH TIlE NEW TEAK Untied. Matoa mane $) $ cat to kill him. The Uniud Jury loves |
open up one or my t hoUlem ofOLD Hifurus will Increase from yellr to Igated the case, and seat It I ti l the\:011: lit)' '-- -- r.STMILISI1rn!: 1870.

WINE Oil WHISKEY year with increase of p.pulatl.u&lId oul- Jourt on a charge, ) of Mguiavntuit< usHnulc.lhe ., It took 25: years. to tied ant lli'it TvpewrlieiM .
lvi\ed| ; IntM! defendant was tiled' on this chmtiHmd
I +, and drink to the health and prosperity of An electilo! plant can be run cheaply acquitted U. I*. ( .,ulden and F. .F. weie bull-) upside' down M. Lane .& Son
N friends and self during the year. from the (U lust nf an artesian well Hunk Vebb defended, Kvun ,
44 Those Rood are pure and wholonome. about fonr hundred feet. The electric State of Florldavs5. Kttohlng charged THE!: VISIIH.E'ntlTING *
Unexcelled for rtohnoBS strength and tight; of Hotel Rlvervlow is supplied by with selling liquor\ wllhout' a IICUIJHU.: '
flavor. a plant with such power. T. F. Nevin's The Jury brought; In a verdict of not OLIVER) TYPEWRITERIs 250 WASUINOTOJT STREET, NEW YORK1 .

i Right for health and hospitality.ROUT. oranges, are packed by this plant, bones It entity. Uco. M. Uobbins defeudud, Mr. '
1,. MOTLOW, I crushed and ground also for his /grove. Citohing built light ids \ip where the work
TITUSVILL'R and COCOA, FLV.It. State of Florida vs G. 8. hart who laIn might" Ir. la a lighto. nipnct, simply Southern Fruit and Produce

BREVARD SCHOOL BOARD, vas charged with carrying concealed. onsti'iiotfd, durable nachioe-eastiy
'veapons>> was continued to thenexc term le"rnt'd.elatod and denned; aligns",
A. Hiidretli of court. orfeotly, and floods least lepiitr.
The Duanrmet Monday mommy May State vs Louis Depew charged with Ooro.: iss1ot:1.:: ::Joha.c.ts8PEOIlT..TIES -
I, Healer tn Foreign and Domestic Brands 5tb. 100:!. Present J. M. Dixon, chairman lurrying coacoa.ed weapons, continued
$ ; R. N. Andrews and R. E. Minis, to; the next term of court. : ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT. Stenella, Cards and our
...of... The minutes of the last mooting charged
v secretary. State, of Florida vs Wjn. King,
were read and approved vlth obtaining $4' from John C. Jones quotations furnished on application.
Ram, Brandies, Whiskeys, Gins, The treasurer's report for the monthof under false piumlses. The Coqit! sent -
April, lUi)2):!, was received, read found ilni for six months, as he could nut '
4 Wines, Battled Ales, Beer and Stout. correct and redeemed warrants duly pay" tine of 450: and costs. M. Uold- ,M nWf h1J J. H. OETOBN. WILL H. OKTCBW.. ED. OBTOKNOETGE1T

The best wfilskey! and liquors served by checked and cancelled. irnlth defended the prisoner.
4 and courteous attention.. 11111$ to the amount of $1,277.03 were Stare of Floilda vs Will Hulllvan the OETCEN & '
p polite audited. nod passed" for payment. ilmiire was aggravated axs-iutt. '.1'lut jury ,
I' 4 A Brat clams line of foreign B J. IlilUur.l having/ removed from our 'rtiind' him not guilty OHO. M. n"builisi

I and domestic< \ cigars' county. Ue,!. 11'. Ensey wan appointed defended I the prlnoner.Slate I 2.J&: 21 EAST ADAM:*: ST., JACKSONVILLE, FL.Ve .\.
supervisor for the school at Tropic. of Florida vs l}. D. Sullivan the I I 1 '
f'-' FAMILY and HOTEL TRADE Solicited The Hoard Drives notice that all requests chime; was aggravated a.lI 'ult. Tbe'imy -.wruR'rsa I \ Solicit Conalgnmentx. of all Kinds of

I, Prompt and careful attention givento work for "ul\lolllid, should l be In excess presented of th at, ju the>*tyeai's found him. 14.not A. Frost guilty defended.mud he was discharged t s.* rats Produce Vegetables Poultry, Eggs Salt Fish & Roe
PU1C\ $U7 50. ,
malt orders nooornpunlod by cash. June meeMog, with as full Information Htntcmf Florida vs Joliu Jones, churned ,

S, L. A. niLl>RETH, as poftDtbla bearing upon the situation, with Aguiavared aasault. 'I'ha t'ourtlnstiuoted : W. S. BANNING' TitQSYllIe\ Fla. The above iromU are our apecl"hl.Ve give( all shipments our prompt and
that these olulm may bu oonntdercd And the jury to bilngln a verdict of AI"Ofor Brevard f'nnpiySold crmtnal attention. We do out handle taws !nixxli an. a side, line, but give, them
FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA If allowed! be pieced, tn be( July budgetof / nut \ war d" ne. Oeo. M.Itobblns to responsible parties for$25 cash 1111 of oat attention, and ciiarnntue, sbtpl l 'ere beat rvtuvnn, 'hOllUII' duallnxs coal.
appioprlatlitim (fur the new year a defended the : and stencils are free.
1'k prisoner Other make nick remit mice. Best reference on apyllcailuA Tags
and 410 monlblv payments.
after that time the schedule of appropriation State of Florida vs Uavld Evans, arrested UIVCl111 n tilal.
Hodgson Bros. for thou. year must remain 'as then fur carrying concealed weapon. machines taken In part payment ---
.,10 plo,1.I 1. The defendant.was arrested as soon as AtL UP-TO-D.o\TE BUSINESS::\ : MEN y-+- ---TThe ------- -------

EAU: : OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA.. I The Board adjourned to meet Monday Uncharged flora the ohargeotaggravatod. SUOULD U THE OLIVER Oldest Katabllahtd> Onto and BM UUUM in tbe State.Wm. .
Marine Railway., morulug June: 1II0J.CAPTURE. assault. Continued to next term of

General Heiclmnts' and Ship Chandlers. OF NEGROES.Sheriff Tbe following. civil oases were then '
m ..Special Facilities. disposed oat X11111111 :: .- A. Sours:: cSc Co.
J. M. Sanders vs Calvin Thl peo.
f For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing( : Jos. P. Brown made H clever Plaintiff sued for *4J.i.74 for goods sup
cap'UN of two negroes named V sal How. plied. There being n + Yachts and Launches. en and Lnitrus Robinson, on Sunday plaintiff was awarded the above amount .'r '- ai+n dim ,

Mention the ADVOOATB when writing. morning, about' 0:80: o'clock. It seems M Goldsmith appealed for J 1\(. Sander :: Fertilizers
I hey got Into rilHpute{ with another *. ..; Flour, Grits Meal and

JAMIS: A. FLOOD, gin named wash Williams\ at UI.llnt..n Warren ('. Sneedein vs. Henry KM rig,. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Saturday night Ust' Hndnhllaone held M. It tulerson and B. P'. II 11 1.l'bIA\ case sFC1TLhSI EastBay Street ,
G (Formerly of New York City,) the other began to carve him to thecounty
hint negro the court
token from justice
cut wan .gts. foifnrina Feed. Warehouses. on tracks of S. A. L.R'y. and Plant System.
Itegtdar Licensed Master up wltb a knife. here were many court on appeal. Continued to
_large and deep-which caused the next term of court Ueo. M. Itobbln
Plumber, blood to How freely. Sheriff Brown was sppeaied for defendant and T.. J. D-
telegraphed/< fur, and It wait not long ore Stenben appeared for plaintiff. The Nation'sBest
j With the very bent experiences of over he was on the track\ of the oilmtnalu, John L. Jensen vs E. J. Ulcoii. The '
twenty years on all\ kinds\. of the mont approved whom he captured between Pined and plaintiff charged the defendant with unlawful 'San Mateo"

8-xuHmy methods of plumbing, Eiitt iallie. as they were making their. escape detention The jury gave: / the Cigar.
has opened a ttrsi-olans. shop on Roach northward along the rullr..,.| track. assessed the
street, south of operlb..."...,, where I am of THiiHvllte, wastcU vnrtllct for tho plaintiff and We are agent for the above Sew lug
uIII Ur. U. R WJIson duniage at $23.; Uftt) )[. Uobbins ap-
prepared!' to furolub and io..tal! the very for and on Monday he left fall line of the dif *
of sanitary >( rraphp )>oared for the plaintiff.Itwllrfliul .' Machine: and keep a It'M nIl
t latest and most approved nvmem for Giant, to amend to the wounded
r plumbing drl\lnlllt\t and ventilating man, whose Injuries are quite serious. ferent. styles on band.) L'l0I'1diL..
the host Esten.lon In. nail County
together with all kinds of very --- JOHN R. WALKER & CO. .
sanitary plumbing fixtures' of the bestmtnnfaoturo i tVby buy Imported cigars made from heavy tropical tobnccn, doctored wl, !

L P with the verv, latent RKiiltnrv Buavv Follow AdwrlUIno There Is renewed talk of a railroad. l extentlun Tit UlVllle. Florida" plnrn and other drugs: when yon can have the pure Florida loaf at a flve-oettl;

4.1 reqiilrenieiits: all kinds dlrrot and Tberelsftonmmon saying than the man to Cutler and Cnpe Hsble" says .
1: & c Indirect, hot water and stenm" heating;; who ail vertl"e- never is. sold out br theauctlonuer. the CocoanotOrove o>rrspondent of the: I I 1.aod For Sale. rlceREE "
1 laundry drying room lltted. All work This scarcely Is true, but It Tropical Sun. The eventual building of BY MAIL TO ANY Dusof 2,1.. $

.,.... will receive and done prompt nt the and very personal lowest terms attention .' who In true advertUos, that the judiciously careful man docs of. bnnlneon not. fall' j the;.st road Const'Is a It..llw"certainty Company, as the own Florida Irornonne .: I 17U acres t1n--el'I. )l pineapple land ADDRESS......}] Bozo! r.o.. . .. . .. . .. .':

< furnished. Telephone front J l. Lteta river, at a .
i 1 Ktitlmates cheerfully tracts of valuabl lands south ol desirable on > '
i u (M. Daytona, \Kla."ZST In close bn.lneghmas. out his ntTnlrn no receivers and has appointedto no oooa- I Cutler, which can be developed In tic,I bargain.. For reasonable terms LrcE.Tlbbals."write j S_ W_ :eO WZI z., 1
W. W.
the auctioneer- ether way. but It dnea ant seem probable''I "
sds. this inn for tho of
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tliatcoustrnctlonwDl begin this mummer Fl\. SAN MATEO FLA.EAST .
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