East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Creation Date:
May 30, 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
28.591111 x -80.82


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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Forward A A FORTIETH :1:If: Grant went' y utonner from Savannah let. .... Chvrelk Co.ti-lb MI .. t.illgenr.> nail AITrctlnn.Among I. Madldl.

A ANNIVERSARYV to I'ltt14\'r:, Li'ni'ii's! : every day,; In a small town In Englnbd there Is i a the tales told of the Intel! The half dozen blocks about Dnpont

III TOn ann and nt nU' lit i-Hiiriioil to h'n! beiKlquni rich congregation which Is not chnrnctertaed gence and uffertlou of our <<'I1One] circle Include the home. of as many

tf: WAR STORY :If: tore .J<::III1"Ion jave 11:e oi-iler: to ward by lavish liberality. Time afte friends b.v :Mrs Hurih: I\:. Polton In tlt'r scientist of national reputation. These

? against"' (I.""lit In mn"'t time as It time the minister bad vainly appealei book. "Our DI'\'o'l':! Frleiul. the Uog) : gentlemen of course know each other

Corinth :If: seems 1 to ntrlle the urging the mornIng to his people to contribute more genet Is the story of Inn, n deerboi- win--. and movt frequently. Not long ago one

March 17 to April 5, 1863 of PiMiiriMv." :' April K His army;; ously to the funds of the church. Th by Mr. L. C. :Mi'! of IIoii.iT, I.i. of their neighbors began to wonder

I luio unde members would indeed give something Mr. Meachauip wiiHoneiluy going Intercourse
I was divined : I tree corps whether such intimate
::1:1:: :!:f: : ,:n; :n :nCopyright. : :f:!: :&(::: :$:$: # :#: :&: $$ :t: Polk. Brags: and Hurdee. with a reserve but It was nearly always the smaller a squirrel bunt cud not wishing l nlln among scientists wan a good thing, "

under<< Rrecklurldge. It numbered liver coin of tbe realm that was planed to accompany him, tied tie dog to a his cogitation, having bad It. rise la the

[ ". 1902 by O. I* Kilmer.] tor a' second chance. General C. n. between 40.Ki'r: :> and 50.000 men per on tbe plate. A shrewd Scotchmai post by a rope. Ann whined mod hep following Incident: .,

victory at Fort Donel Smith the hero of the decisive charg baps 40.000 fighters, Grunt had at the who hud rP.f'tmll.r come to the plnce and Bed, but QnUliiR bis muster obdurate hat Ills llttln daughter: has just reachedthe

In February at Donelson. had been placed In com Landing then about the same number joined the church was not long In DOe last lay down quietly before bill age when oho links :200;: questions a

GRANT'S pushed the war in the maud lOt the troops in tbe field and every and the help from Buell. almost In tlcliiR this state' of affairs, and a remedy 'ken net. day. About a monVli ago her father .

I west rapidly to a crisis. Mu regiment and battery In Kcntuck, sight at the moment, was 25,000.: It III noon sutfgestud Itself to his practical It was growing dunk and time for spoke of some author us lacking the

toll Interest led tbe opposing armies to and 'Tennessee was marching soutt fascinating to speculate upon the! fate mind. the hunter to return when Mrs. Men. proper "temperament" for writing on

for Corinth ltIls The Confederates up Tennessee river, In the direction of of Grunt's army It Johnston had bad "I'll tell you what. be said to one ot chomp was suddenly disturbed by.tb history. That word "temperament"

aim had for months been attempting Corinth. Grant said that be woul his way In springing tbe attack early; the otllclnls,' "if you mak' me treasure whining and barking of the dog, wh< apparently took root In tho youngster's

a line along the border of Tennessee serve under Smith as readily and 811 the morning of April 6. On Thursday; I'll engine to double tbe collection In had been quiet all day up to that time mind. What was temperament? She

keep up and Kentucky too extensive foi" faithfully aa Smith bad served under and Friday Federal cavalry scouting at three mouths." She spoke to the dog, but Instead ot asked tliut question twice an hour for

force they had In the field. General him lIe had a high opinion of Smith'. the front ran Into tbe enemy and drew Ills offer was-promptly accepted, and being pacified at this attention he redoubled an entire week.

the Sidney Johnston, tbe southern abilities and confessed that he eve: back. On Saturday there were mon sure enough the collections began to bin exertions and broke the Finally her father gave< her a note tlJ

Albert leader hadUong seen tbe folly of it thought they might be greater than hi. collisions at tbe front and Sherman Increase until by the time be had stat rope which held him. Then he bounder Professor and sent her off to find

from a military point of view and tbe own. whose line was at the' extreme front ed they were nearly twice as much a>. away over tbe fence and' into tbe< out. That scientist answered the query '.

moment tbe line was broken by reverses Smith was a character In tbe arm). changed bis cavalry outposts.' Sherman formerly. woods. a. follows: "Temperament is an individual .
at Forts Henry and Donelson It was of him that Sherman made tbe reported to Grant that day to tbi "How have you managed It; MrSandyman He was gone perhaps half an hour tendency to tho rise of a certain '

back to shorter line. remark. "Had Smith lived Grant would effect that all was quiet ,,but the enemy ," said the pastor to blm one< when he came running back pantlnj mental stutw." Father and daughter 1
drew his army a of strength never have been beard of after Donel was'in some force about five mile day. and almost breathless, with his wee wrestled with that a Uttle while and ,

This was a concentration Grant. son." But Smith's death was not need away. The same day Grant sent w01"d "It's a great secret" returned thi tcr's bat In his moutb. then applied to a second member of '
the better to cope of Tennessee' ed to make way for Grant in a second to IIalleck that the main Confederati canny Scot. "but I'll tell you In con a. Mrs. Meacbamp became at once the scientific group for help. No. :2 '
When the citizens from chance Ilalleclc thought better of hi. I, army was at Corinth and numbered 80,. dence. Tbe folk, I saw mostly gave alarmed, nnd, calling her son, they .et called temperament "an ensemble of "

the Confederate army vanishing to action and Grant was restored to command threepenny bits. We l, when 1 got thi off to find the missing man, Dan al physical and mental traits arising from

the border and the country given John up on tbe 17th of March, when tbe 000.At the moment of these assuring", dispatches money every Sabbath morning I care the time bounding" ahead and Icadlni fundamental constitutional differencesin
the Yankees they 'President against Davla larger part of tbe army Wall encampei from Sherman to Grant and fully picked oot tbe sma' coins and put the way. At length they came upon individuals." This put the little ,
ston and along tbe Tennessee river within a few from Grant on to his chief' Hardee'i. them by. Noo, as there's a limited Mr. Meaclmmp lying helpless In the girl's father completely at sea So No. ""i

that he be removed. Davis promptly days' march of Corinth: corps was on the ground where It had number of threepenny pieces in a little woods, where be had fallen into a little I 3 was tried His judgment was that h
answered "If Johnston is no general, ,
well therear Johnston bad scored the first point In deployed early Saturday morning for attack place like this and as 1 have moist o' ditch and broken his leg "temperament Is tho psychic resultant ",,

we have none wbere and it may is."as He dldn't stop remove tbe game to be played In front of Coi- and the other corps were moving them at present under lock and key, the The accident happened as nearly as of tho whole organic life of the Individual.

right before the Issue Inth by uniting his own troops, whlcl to position a few hours late. Johnston at folk maun give saxpences at least In could be reckoned at tbe moment. ." By this time nope was aban
him. had eluded the enemy in getting out of I the time was riding in person to th< Btead. Sae that's the way the collectlons when tbe dog began to show his uneasiness done But when No. 4 volunteered to
border Johnston
was tried out on tbe Tennessee with the Mississippi army; I belated divisions to hurry them to the aro doubled."-Pearson's. ,. That he should have badknowledge make it clear tbe family spirits re '

had figured out the probabilities of the under Beauregard. lIe could whip a01;; I field. Riders galloped In all direction) of the accident seems Incredible vived. "Temperament is a general disposition J

situation. The north bad the most single army tbe Federals bad In tbe to hasten tbe march, but Polk and Diamond Cvttor. but his master firmly be of the mind" he wrote, "the ,.'

had rivers leading Into the Confederate field at the time this union took place. Bragg were not In place until 4 o'clocl Speaking of women In the jewelry leaves that he did know It and that It distinctions of which depend on the .J

territory and It had boats to carry The question to be solved was how to Saturday afternoon. It was then rainIng business a diamond merchant said: was because he knew It that he wa"80anxioul domlnance-of one or the other of the ''I g
men and guns. As sure as two to get "
two make four tbe south must have get: at the enemy's scattered troops am and Brecklnrldge's reserve stll "In other branches of tbe Jewelry away.Rwallowlag physiological systems .
and forts with in smash them in detail. This questloiHalleck In the rear having been stuck In the trade than diamond cutting women And now the family dictionary is '
more guns
more men Ablilti..1 a..k...
worn out.-Washington Star.ANTISEPTICS..
had made easy by rushlnt have made some unqualified successes
whole of
them or give up Tennessee.the He studied Sralth column forward toward Cor mud.With a fortified place to storm the Not one of Eve's daughters from royalty The jaws of tbe chicken snake says \
and western
would have been favor- a Texan are hung on binges that can
column evening hour I should that Isn't an
under ,
his finger lath while the supporting down. say
the lay of the land and. placing '
all da be taken apart or displaced for the '
looked for an
but Johnston ] "
Buell tollIng ble of diamonds
"Here decisive General Don Carlos was artist In the wearing
said a
upon Corinth, well known bj time being, as the case may be and an
direction from fight over a wide field well versed' In tbe tricks ol
battle will be fought forward In the same Many are They Do Not D..teor It I. Bald bat ,
As soon, then as battle reverses' warranted I its camps In central Tennessee. the enemy, but ..tranae'arrouod to hit. buying and selling them,*while othen entire Texas to enter cottontail head rabbit and all can, wltb be timlr Arr... G.._ Llfo.

step Johnston said When Grant reached the front at 8avannoh .wn troop, Reluctantly be suspendedthe give excellent sntlnfactlon In pollNblnK persuaded The Edinburgh Scotsman begs leave
a effort and the body, being made
lUtle !
"On to Corinth!" and the Federal armies Tenn., thirty-two miles tram attack until daylight Sunday mornIng setting them and preparing them for material and to correct the erroneous belief that Implies t
of India rubberlike very
elated by the triumph at Donelson Corinth, on the Tennessee river, tin and sent the troops Intu the Ula rkl't. tretchable tbe klckliiK; little anluml that antiseptics can prevent de ; .\
took the watchword. "Forwardto troops hand consisted of tbe Army of! for rest I "But when It comes to the !rent cutting cay. Decay may be arrested without
finds lodgment In tbe stomach
had beer soon a
Corinth Corinth was nothing In the Tennessee. There were five diva On Friday evening Grant of the stones they lack tbe patlence. -- killing the microbe which would produce

Itself-simply a railroad junction. But Ions led br Lew Wallace, W. II. L Injured by hiving his horse slip and I'I Judgment and\ 'steadiness of bis His jaws sunkesbln so that then his carefully mouth assumes resell !It; A few drops of a solution of

tbe railroads tapped the east and south, Wallace Sherman, Hurlburt and Me fall with blm and on Saturday was nerve which constitute the .lIl>fI'rt'! Its normal size find blissfully reposes carbolic arid added to flour paste will I

muklng rail communications from the demand. It was this army that Johnston I suffering from a painful strain of the stock In trade. It would seem that diamonds fur the succeeding six hours. Thepowerful keep It sweet for a certain time, not

Mississippi to the Atlantic seaboardand hoped to smash before the Army ,, foot which compelled him to move have the same effect upon the gastric Juice does tbe balance because that germs In the paste are destroyed. '

from the gulf to the Ohio river. A of the Ohio, 40.0OO strong. couU reach about with crutches. Everything blow was woman wino wishes to slinpe them that and no Texnu can testify that t heaver but because these germs are
Confederate patrolled Mississippi. the battlefield. I favorable for Johnston' telling they do on the girl who sees one of hindered for the time being in their
army snake suffering
beard a chicken
about the Federals except the driving rain and the mudd; engagement and because
'to threatened Johnston's anxiety them sparkling In her : growth and multiplication
ready rally upon any from Indigestion or chronic'paili.The \
point. To move that force north and using gunboats on tbe rivers to roads, which had delayed his troops. ring-nuts her In a tremor of excitement and digestion of chickens. tbe paste Is rendered temporarily an
Tennessee would be to leave support the marching of land troop GEORGE: L. KILMER.: ; hence diamond cutters are Invariably capture uusultnblo soil for the growth of what ,
try save birds and rats couitltnte : -
tbe west and south. was not! without reason. About March men." .. _.. long turkey eggs chicken ever microbes may fall from tbe sir Into :
Corinth exrased on to Book With !.*..... V..... .Imp to the .. /
bad sent' battery ..antsJ1Kp
1 Beauregard a it. 1
Johnston chose to abandon Tennessee, A book the leaves of which are on- make anti do not call for a six hour '
concentrate at Corinth and after defeating take position on high ground overlook. K..... an 4 the Qa...'. n.... When the effect the arid has worn
cut no value of an intrlnalerbaraeter uyoff In feeding time. .. '
the Federal armies. In that region ing Plttaburn Landing, on the Tennessee The following letter was written by off and disappeared, we sou the paste :
beyond one Hint I III (cut hut
river, nine miles above Savannahand of President Km- to the bad rapidly as If It bad
hho going as
recover tbe lost ground. He came below Corinth really less. For that waiter If It Is to the private secretary A, n...ii. .......... I
straying twenty-three miles of the Transvaal In reply to an In. not been treated aiitlseptlcally at all
so near doing It that only It Is valueless per:
remuln uncut as as The Latin sentence, "Holor nrepo tent .
bullet stood In the Two Federal gunboats-the Tyler and vltation from Johannesburg to attend. Molds will .grow In It, and It will decay
way. I "
book collectors
Is uselexs. There Im
It are I rul 11 II, which In It must
Grant was on the shelf when Johnston the I.exlnltton-wbleh had been with I bull given" In 181(1 In celebration I of opera In the fashion fiimlllur, to everybody
however who place a premium uluillted bad Lapin Is a vurlos-
started by a roundabout rond to Grant at Fort Henry, steamed up one Queen Victoria's Mrtbdayt pretty It U In' tbls way colil may art a, ontntlMiptlv
l hook. with uncut leaves and so nevertheless. It can lit freely truncated
day and drove the battery away. The upon I, "In reply to your favor of the 12th Ity I when It Is tined to preserve
commend them In their advertisements work tbe
boats then patrolled the river andGrant's requewtlnif me to ask Ms honor, the as "I cease from my "; meat and dish There Is no destruction. 'Ii
and circulars. There are who will his wheels. Its
first step on reaching Savannah it'ute president to consent to the making away i. but only arrest of germ life If we wish
load certain shelves lu their' libraries lue. oddities are these' :
was to order the divisions of the use of his name as patron on the to kill microbes, therefore, we not only
i jf with uncut tiooks. Of course they are It spells the same backward as for-
Army of the Tennessee to Plttsburg accnslonof u bnll to be given nt Johannesburg hove to use a disinfectant hut we uiusl
Landing. He did not move his own not for use and are not used and are on the 20th Inst. I have been vanl. employ It In proper proportions and see
but remained at v8104'I..s. except for keeping. j '[tIe first letter of each word spellsbe the .
headquarters there, Instructed to Inform you that whereas that It thoroughly attacks lt'rlU.we
Savannah waiting the arrival of Buell. his honor, considers a bull as llual't first nord. wish to destroy It Is for this rca>
Th. E..I FVmlalu be said of tbe second
Johnston bad his army In band before service for which reasons the Lord or- The same may son that all attempts to kill germ {
Bride of a Day (aboard !train I-Do bird, fourth and fifth letters.Hie ,
tbe end of March. He knew the dpar.The lered Monestoklll all offenders, where. tvhh'li the ale DIllY contain are worse
itop talking a little while last letters read backward, spellhe
situation of Grant's divisions which such Is consequently| contrary to bis butt: UHelmM.<< We cannot "disinfect" the
Other Half (tenderl/l-Why, I. a. first word, tbe next to Ibe lust this
were much scattered on the plateau tionor's principles, his honor cannot vlr. If we could do so. Wo should relulre >
darling tired of mt so soon? .
ate you ecoud word anti so on throughout.There
back of Pitt.burg Landing.! On April I :!onsent to the misuse of his nume Injonutctlon to saturate the air' with our gernv
Bride of a Day-No. dearest but letters In
2 be heard that Btiell bad been delayed with rush bull." are just as many ctde to such an exteut that to breathe
am curious to hear what those two wo- neb word as there are words In the
.. .. many marches away by waiting to 1& would kill us.We .
Ueblod us are 8II.loa.ClllcajEON
= build bridges. The hour had come to lien A....... ...*...,... c........ enteoce. get an excellent example of this'allacy

( strike and annihilate Grant while he There was a strange custom la the A Wily of "dUlnfectlnx air" when we

> stood alone then fall upon Buell rout Sol s .......... ale of Lewis when the people used to A man was once condemned In At' edc-ft that In using burning sulphur turlfy .

r S blm and follow the defeated troop TJncle n.nry-So you got swindled lather to the church of St. Mulray at .:ban1 .tan to have his ears sliced off at > a room after a fever cast w.

'Jc .t back Into Tennessee. The hour had Jrst thing? Didn't I tell you to bewared light[ each family bringing provisions a, minor punishment. He bad a powerul eve to use It In sucli a way and I. .

east :ome. and the situation of tbe Federals > strangers In tbe city and each family furnishing. a pock of friend however who was much iucli propoitlou! that it It Impossible for

it Pitts burg Landing was one to invite Jetliab Rut this chap wasn't a tranter. nalt. which was brewed Into ale. One ttached to hi in. -This friend beggedho my person to remain In the room .a1 '

attack. .; Uncle Henry. He knew me right who was chosen for the purpose waded late ameer In duly submissiveones ill. ...

The camping ground of Grant's army actually called we by nauie.-liosa n'to the sea up to his middle and pour- to allow blm to perform the op- Urowlnir II.......

was protected from attack above and Transcript. ed out a cup of ale. calling on a sea god ration a favor which was granted Uunnnas are us* a rule planted out ,}
below the Landing by an Impassable to favor the people begged the )
railed Shiny however, the amateur lystema tic-ally In rows, the "suckers"
creek upon either flank but back from Htm bo Mot a llappr 0... brougb the coming year The people, meet to show him what portion of elng placed at an average of ten feet

e'O .be river the ground was comparatively First Roundsman-Casey, tbot new" ifter seeing the ceremony performed itch ear be wished to be removed. Tbmeer < part.i The banana plant bears only '

open toward Corinth. Tbe wide space. placeman alwuserroiind wblq there returned to tbe church and then wento accordingly touched then light- me bunch at a time, but it Is a quick

between tbe creeks and their tributaries II anny tbrouble. ,I the fields to spend Ilie rest of the Iy. Whereupon the Ingenious:and tour rower; yielding Us fruit In twelve to ;!

might easily have been fortified Second he's onuckyl light In r"vHry.ndoli Standard! a/oouperlll proceeded to quote it ourteeu) month. When the plant It '

for there was plenty of timber standing -Ohio Stele Journal.! >nssag In tho Koran which said thai bout sis months old, a second "..uclL."I' .

C / lose to the rid"e. which would have Tli. I. tlnrmfal.No a nytblng touchedliy tbs representative or shout Is1 allowed to spring from

jen crowned with works, but Grant A.'P7. sent'bl person will ever wear a CJt the Almighty became sacred. Tb.espot be root a third after the ninth month
was looking forward to Corinth where Miss Cpperten (UaughUlyH-My greatraudfatber unless be Is blind of and forgave tbeatotu.
'Taylor. Ingle eyeglass smiled grimly and i so on, so that after tile tint yens: !
the enemy was Intrenched and Intended ; was a Virginia Indeed! one eye. Its use means that one eyes i hero Is a continuous crop being reaped.
to make tbe battle there He said Miss Ncwrleh (unaffected)- neither employed nor unemployed .

OCSBOATI BHELLntoi TUB COXFEDBBATIBATTEKT bat: he bad no fear of Johnston Lad my grandfather was a Chicago bat Is engaged In ceaseless though CM Mrs. John Jacob Astor Is tbe Cham- deason

AT FrnBBCBO LAMDUtQ. coming: out of his Intrench ments to t/utcbeJ-Chlcago News. doubt unconscious efforts to tee as vlon plngpong player of New York The spring racing having

march his troops out of Tennessee Into nuke an attack when he must know Ens-Hall .......r F... ouch as Its more favored fellow,, This low proud the original John Jacob paned those sportively inclined gen- ,.

Ml lllsllippl. lIe had been weighed In :hat by remaining in them the FederalsivouUl The latest fad among the fashionable training Is as harmful as anything bull bare been If be bad foreseen the lemon who neglected to contribute sufIcltntly /' "J ;
tbe General Halleck. his come up and make tbe attack. and cannot fait to lead to to the bookmakers last fall
balances of omen In England. I. that. of being could well be gnat honor to be conferred upon his ,
immediate superior and found want- Its engineer also reported that Inrencbments ihotograpb as a moving picture tbe gravest results.! !ousel way non repair' the omi aslon. '

tag. Ielleve4 of.cojpmand, he waited could not be olaced favor .eI




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t >'. ,' Owner. Description of Land Seo. T. )it. AJi'Am't.: } Owner Description" of- Land See T. R. A. Am't,

"- Wm 1IIn4Ie. ..... Part lot 1,bound west by WootI I
Smith I.yon and .J north H.mmond east
en, by ,
n Field. ... .. Begl 6O feet east of southwest'corner Gould and south by Mulberry -

$ Is hereby given tbat the following' described; ande will be .old at ; p.( lot 10, run east 46 < I bl street, Cocoa . :. 83 24. 30 2 29

NOTICE auction on the 2nd day of June, JOO'.4. at Titusville, In the County feet, north 60 feet, west 46 .". Julia Hall. ... .. 1 e, plat of
of Brevard. or 10 much thereof a. will be necessary: to pay the amount due tor feet south 60 feet,being part Indlaa Rivero y. . . as u 86 189!
taxes herein lell opposite to the same, together-wltll cOlt of such Bale and adyertllling. of lots 8,10, of block F, TitulI- 1 1J 3 SII J Charlotte RarrI8.. Northeast ( of lot 28, plat of
ville . . . . . 822M 24.
Indian River Clty. . ., as 36 4. li
\ E Lanouette . South X of lot 3, block 6, TI-
I tusvUle . . . . . 28 85 1 811 I Wm Ilindle .. ., ... Lot R, as shown by assessor'ss 2.j
as S6
latot Cocoa" . . 414
II J: Brown ... . Lots fl 10 block 11, Titusville. 3 23 .S5 .4 97 "2nd addition .
"I, Lot7'block Titusville .. 8 22 85 1 39 J Wm Guenthuer .. Lot 8, Slngleton'l .
OWNER DE8CRJP'I'.xOY. d q James Nettles. . 16, 91 to Cocoa. . . .. . S3 24 311 3 01
.. Q Ii g B 8 Adams.. . Lot1, block :28./ Tltusville . 3 22 .85C lames 1 Finn . Lot 1,2,3,4,8. . . . 1 24 31 11S1 810NGulbransen.
Fisher's ad-
c A E W Grigs. . Lots li,7blockA,
= ditlon Titusvllle . . 3 22 35 8 01 . North ofnorthwest r4south-
00 E-o Pi 01 west of southwest 1 and
J T Price. . . Lot 4, block B Fisher's addition 3 22 35 801 Jots 9,\0.. . . . . 1 24 3T 1M 670
belt of . . : .
:E B Carter . . North 23 acrell of south A Gulb.nsen. .. Southeast less north 40acres) 2 24 31 120 6 10
.. lot 2. . . . . 36 20 3-i 2B .0WACone. 40 zNlckole1.. .. Lot 27, Joynerville, an addition southeast 7. ot '
.i.- South 36 0.1 .
. . . 3 22 35 1 CO OM: Welton.... .
.. .. 30 20. 34 40 2 11 to Titusvllle. .
of lot 3. . 14
. . North 3' northwest UI. . . . 24 37 20 2 66
T Napier. . ... North J.i of l'Iouth": of Wm. Emma Nickels .. Lot 28, Joynervillean addition 22 85 2 46 James J' Finn ... Lot 1 . . . . . . 6 24 88 6 1 14
84s . . ... . 3
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Oarvlii O\"ant.\ A 8. Clevland . South H of Jot 2. . . . 2 25 36 8 1 81
... 37 20 35 600 10 OS Josephine Cobb. Lots 28, 20, 81, Rerdell'a addition 25 36 1
North 23 feet of lot 3. . :2 1-6 1 H
01 AS Clevland.
. 22 35 3
North 3a of Acosta Grant. . 34" Titusville . . 8
E W Bliss.. ..., .. ,.. . North 1-3 of south 1036 chains
. . . . .'. . . .. S8 20 36 000 21 01r BenJ. Young(Est.). Lot tusvflle.41. Rerdell'a addition Ti- M 3G 1':21 Benj.Uogg of lot 4. . :. . . 2 25 36 10 1 80!
Aurantla addition,number . . . . 8
A :Myera .. . Iot 2'.2, Martha E Sullivan. 1 acre In northeast! 3 of north- .
1, platted In book 0, M B Metzer ... . Lot 41, block 36, plat in Deed east west of R.R . . 9 25 36 1 1 21
4 b 6 Volusla county S8 20 3.'S'' 1 2 19 Book I, page 605. . . . 4 22 86 2 :11 ,
pages Sara R lVynn. . South 2 acre. of lot I. described -
.. I.otll; Aurantlaadditlon Benj. Hogg. .. In Deed Book I,
Marsh. -
M E : .. 00
I page
. 4 22 35 II 89
0. ed Book pay
ber 1 platted In Book southwest .114 . . ,. 14 286 2. I' 57
4 6 6, county 38 20 SIS 3 2 19 J P Turner ... 4 acre square in cor- f
pages of northwest Sara R,Wynn. ... South 138 acres of southeast U 16 25 36 13d 27 54PE

Unknown. ........ /6Aurantl".ddltlon:/ number tier of northeast. . .J.( . . 4 22 85 4 2 41 Peck ...... .. Lots 3, 4, 3, block D, plat Of
I, platted In Book 0., ..., Coq ul na. . . . .. .. 23 25 36 S 3 01
38 20 M 3' 2 19o Chns K Kenyon.... Northwest( of northwest M,
and of northeast 3aof
Jot I
pa AAurantlaaddition and A V ;Part ,
Lot ,nurn- f- less 2) acres to Feaster
A Sackett..o. northeast U of section 24,
0. 318 feet south of northwest -
ber 1, platted.ln Book begin I an4 part of lot 2 of IIl'ctloD 19, 1
4 88 20 3G ,3. 1 00Sackett of northeast }<
page 4, 6, 0, countl. corner iibfeet \ deNribed Deed Book

Bros. . ? Beginning southwest corner of northeast K, run, east 90. 138 .. . . . . . 2i 36

ot lot A, of Aurantle north )210 addition feet, feet,and south north 222 222 feet feet west. 4 22 35 38 6 64 "," .\ . .. . . . . . 192587. 34 647
I, run ?
number A V lIiscock. .. Part lots 8 and 4 osection 24,
1210 feet Northeast of : 5 22 8540 7 23
south (
west 484 E P northeast and part lots 4 and 3 of ..eeI' -
and east 41H feet . . 3S 20 1m .13. t t04) James Daniels . North 6. acres -at Book tK
Unknown..All L. Crayon Grant . . 40 20 M 29 2 71 northeast &. . . .. . 5 22 35 6 1. 89 lion 19, described 138 and 0 Deed 4112. . 24. 36_

Wm M Dallam..... All Hl'gul Grant. . . . 42 20 IUS 84ast: OIS '12Wm 1 W Carlile _. .. North X of east % of southeast ,.page. . .,. 19 25 37 87 8 43
'' M Dall.m... .. AJISegul Grant . . .. 44 20 U 168\ 2 26WmMD.llam. Ji northwest U.. . . 6 22 85 6 1 89 Lots 17 18 et Georglana, 211 36

... ... All Segul Grant. . . . .. 45 20 M 8O\; 480WmHDallam. A .; North % of lot 1, all lot 2 and .W P Clement (et al) . .,. .,.plat. . . :. 30 21S 8"1 21 23 33
. . . 31 21 3891 497 southeast $i of southwest }{. & 22 35 100 5S
... Ali Sequl Grant. of northl'utt and .TB Parker?.. ...... East36 of southwest ;i. .. .. 26 25 sa 80 497J

D A Cooper ..northeast A Southeast3j northeast of southeast(. 6 22 86 80 2 IS6 R Thompson. ... Part rot 2kleecrlbed Deed Book J

20 31S 6SL 6S 1S7n %. . .. . . 8 22 35 00 2 49 FF page 43 . . .. . 0 25 3'7 6 1 89
D. D., page . . .lot2. 3 lb 2 A Iladley . . Lots 8, 4. ... John Shlpple ... .. South 38 acres of lot 2, and all ;
W Darling ...... East of-northwest Y of 8 20 81S 71 East Coast Realty lots 3 .nd 4 south IS .
1 1, 10 Moslpr.. .. Lott il(or all fractional). . .. 7 20 M 61' 3f 84 Company. .. Lots 2, 4, fl, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, acres! and lees, except 6 acres In lot 2
Clark et al North 21i aores of lot 2. .. . 12 20 81S 28 4 6 .20, 22 of Wilbur's subdivisionof -
f D Olin ( ) of to Thomp on. . . ." 6 23 31 138 10 38J

Butler Catpbell touth! of northeast 13 acres U of, south southwest 11 acres Grant north. .20.. .acres. . .Delespine:. .. 3 22 35 li 04 J Fox.. ... .... ... Lotll,2,19t087,39.41 62 inclusive plat of 1Iortl., 4to. 7
of lot 2. 13 20 3/S/ 11 7t1 83ED ,
of lot I and north East Coast Realty snbdivion . . . . . . . 1"1

t1 Carter...... .. WeeC26 acres 3j of of lot southeast;'lot 2 3 and(. 81 20 3G 00 InortheRst 8 06Mrl Company. . All Delesplne, exceptVllbur'Grant . . 8 22 >5 100 SB . . . . . . . 18 23 3"1 8 13
Jennie A Singleton. North M acres of southeast 3. 10 26 37 35 4 97

Eat: Edmund.on. of East Coast Realty > Grant. . . .. 9 22 85 640 79 E Steinhouaer.. .. South 10 acres of southeast yaof
... ... .. ... South 36 of ofeouthweet 1 61 Company. ... . All Delesplne southeast ( . .. . '10 21S 31 10 4 aI
81 20 31S 3 I IE
northeast 31 East Coast Realty D Illsoock...... ... South 31-10 acres of lot 1, and
: TBowen[ .. .. ... Soutbwe 31 of southeast ( of Company o. .. Lot 1,north 36 of lot 2, west % north 1-3 of north 36 of lot 2,
aoutbweet (.. . .. .. . 81 20 3S! 10 '1IGeo of northeast and northwest and part lot 3 . . . lIS 23 37 30 444
Aunt.Lot, 3. .... .. ... . . .. 19 20 36 81 123 J of southeast U, Delespine o A Fa11ln. .... Lots 2, 4, Cocoa Beacb Associatlon -

Unknown.. a... Northweetofeouthweet3, 16 21 340 11p.8 36 Grant. . . . . . 10 22 85. 416 C 40 . . . . . 26 25 37 189ECWethy )

Sabate ...:. ..... North 2 acres of eoutheaet 3rofi1 23 East Coast :Realty .. ,. ? Lot 7, block A, Cocoa Beach
I 1I0utheast U of .outhwest' ,. b 21 31S 2 I Company .. Northwest and north% of Improvement Association 26 2i3'1 1 oao

i1 Christina 0 Bran ,. South 8 acres of southeast of' 6 southwest >q Delesplne Grant 15 22 35 4SO 101 01 Williams (Est.) South 7( acres of lot 4. .. 31 25 37 71 4 97
8 sJohnAaplnwfll
IS 21
southwest (
southeast of East Coast Realty Calvin Thigpen. Lot I. IS 20 37 Ii 1 21)o
. Northeast U of northeast U 7 n :Ji40 1 ISO 71FE Company . All/Delesplne Grant ... .v. 16, 23 25 640- 791 3 H Williams (Eat) North 20 acres of lot 1. . . 6. 26 .8'7 2Q 7 41Rudisill.
John Aaplnwall .. Northwest; of northwest-U.I 8 21 3540 East Coast RealtyCompany ... . South 12 TO-I 00 chains ot lot 11 '
Sackett. .. .. North ( of northea.1I Uof .. . All, Dele plne Grant . : .. 21 22 35 640 781 except land to Ramsey ana

southwest (, less 38 feet on East Coast. Realty : i Carpenter . . . 8'J 26 37 20 12 18
. . 8 21 3G 9!. 3 81 22 22 35 509\) 751 ;
east side . Company . All, fraction, Delesplne Grant. S Carpenter..., . Part lot 1, described Deed Book
B M JIawthorne.... Lot D, re-subdlvlslon of loti 1, ,. East Coast Realty It, page 2i5.\ 6 26 87 6( i 4.. 93

ji 2,7, 8, 9,11, 17, 18, 19, 20 of lot 21, Company . .". All, Delesplne Grant: . . 27.22 35 640 7 Of, 1 1 N Chalker. . Part lot 3, described Deed Book

2:1: and wt'1511 6".6 acres East Coast Realty Z, page 641). . . . . 6 26 3"1 10} 6 32
22 of .1. M. Ilawthorne' lilt Company . . All, Delesplde! Grant . . 28 22 85 640 7 Ot 1 d A'Stewart. . Strip 2 chains and 8.1: links wIde
subdivision . . . . 16 21 3.'S 1i( 8I East! Coast,"Realty across Merritt island from

:Elijah A Saokett Part of south of northwest \- '. Company . East X, Delespine Grant . 83 22 86 320 4 8t Indian River to Banana River
3t. described Deed Book S. East Coast Realty of lot 3 descrlbed .
page7. . . . . .. 17 21 35, Gl b5 Company . ..'.. All, Delespine Grant. . . 0( 23 35 640 70* .being! a Deed part Book DD,, page

Unknown. . ., Neat: of southwest of A A Brown. . ., South: % of southeast X. . 8 :23 36 80 493 r, 285. . . ., . . . tJ 26 31 lit 1 62
Muthealt 3l of lIuutbeallt. north- 20 21 83 3 2 45 Joe Iennon. . LotS. . i_ . . . . 23 23 35 60' 3 K .1.1Ennis.. .. . South acres of lot 3, and north
Chas B Wainwright Part of nortlll'lIst y of J E Dickson .0. . Part of northeast % of northeast H6 acre of lot 4 . . 6 26 31 6. 6 8ZII

,1 west t4, pagell(, described 188 and lUlL.Deed. .Book. . 20 21 8iS IS' :9..I 19Florllla K, page Jit described 117 . .Deed. . .Book. . ,2* 23 85 IS''".'2 ItH. .1 Allen.. .1. . South llacree or lot 0& .of. north. .1236titres . 6 26 31 11. 6 32

Loan and J J. Tiffin . . North }kf of northeast U J south Calvin' Thigpen South 4 1t-toO: chains of loll 4... 6 211 37 8t 60'.t
'j'ru.t Company North '" of nortlleast ( oJ east U of northeast U, and 11 A Boothe. .... Lot U Dickson' subdivision
' I 80utht'list y of northwest 3(, northeast yj of southeast U. 12 23 SO 160 12 84 of lot 1 of section T and lots

lees 36 acre to Butler .. 20 21 33 3. 2'2 Thos" A Bell . Lots 3, 4,IS, subdivision of Gov. 1, land :2 of section 8. . . 7

.. John Butler.... ... Part of southeast yl of northwest lots 1,2,3 . . . . 16 28 80 117 8 4fl . . . . 8 26 31 20 9 70(
3eaatof IL n. In north. Mrs J E Dicfcson.. Lot 1, subdivision of Gov. lots J A'Boothe, . Lot Dickson's, subdivision
1 east ccome?. . . . .. 20 21 3S! H. .16R 2,4,6 . 10 23 30 *27J 301 of 1111 lot 1 of section 1, and .

F Ilerndon . South % of northwest ). of Fred Wliltlock .,. South 6 acres' onorth 29)arfres lots 1 and 2 of section H. . 7
lIouthwest ( of northwest ( 20 21 83 3 1 89 of lot I . . . . 22 23 SO 6 1 80
8 ,26 87 9 .970
. . . . . . . I
A Stanley. . . Part of southwest ( of north1k II J Tiffin . . South 15 acres of lot 3, and John Carson. .... Lot 4. . . . . . 14 26 87 83 6 02nnieECarson.
west . . . .. 20 21 35 2 3 01 north 2-3 of lot 4... . . 22 2.1 96 36 14 80 . Iot3. . . . . , 14 211 37 78 60'J
Mary L T.ylor.. Part lot 4, clpscrlbell Deed Book UJ Tiffin . . Southwest K. . t. . 24 88: SO 100 407' John Carson. ..... Lot 4 and eoutheaet( ofsouth-

V. page 191. . . .. .;: 28 U 35 3.'S" 3011aok II I J Tiffin . . Southwest K.of northeast U, eaet3j. .. . . . . 15 26 31 00 1 71
onvllleTaltJpa 4 Southeast: % of northwest J Anrile) E Cars n. Lot :d and northeast( of southeast -

and Key West UAIl. La- northwest J4 of southeast U, ( . . . . . n 26 37 91 7 71
way Company. 3 cores In town plat of and northeast M of southwest I J A Boothe... . North 13 acres of lot 1. IT 26 31 13 19 93
Uran e. . . . . . 28 21 33 3 3 61: U'......... 25 21' 86 160 017 ]I .1 1I1l1Ia d. . South 36 of lot 1, Plat In BookOpag

A.l Oarter . . All louth 36 of sotlthwesll 31, 42 6 21 a J Tiffin . .... Lot 4, and west J.i of southwest a 751 . . . . 20 26 31' 3'' 4 93John
1 west of U. t. 28 21 33 H of southeastJ 4. . . .. 27 23 W i8 68 48 Aspiuwall Lot 6, plat In Book 731. 20.

Unknown . ..: Triangular piece (in northeast of l LI f J Tiffin. . .. Southeast X of northeast. ( . . . . . . . 21 26 37 11 11 98
corner of southwest ( east J4 of southwest U, and R 0 Creech .. ? South 4 2-3 acre! of lot 10 plat
southwellt ",bound weal by of southwest M 86 23 88 100 7 83 21
southwest! : in Book Q 744 and 7'7
n. It . . . . 28 21 8S; 11 1 81 1 . . 12: 23 37 160 406 pages 623
subdivision -. John 8 White . Northeast . . . . . 28 26 37 41
n S Smith.;. . Northwl'st corner or lot 11\ of M: jWalk'er. . South of ot8.. . .. .. 12 23 37 10 160 John Aspinwall ? South 2-3 of lot I, and of north.east .

of northealt. 'i 20 21 M "2 1 96 Alley M Fish. .. Begin n .!-IJO! chains east of ( of northeast (. . 22: 26 87 62 63:110hn :
ash ti e of subdivision of northwest corner of section Aspinwall. South 2-3 of northwest ( .of

Emma Wallace., S toll of 8 3 3 01 20,-run south U 61-100 chains, northwest ( . . . . 23 26 31 26 S G3EmIiZahnd.
northeast u.. 21) 21 M
northeast 31 east to Banana River and .... . South21.3aoresofnorth12%
D L Alderman... Part of northwest ( of northeast northeast to section line and of lot 2. . ., .. . . 28 26 31 2. 2 42
,,, 3t' and, part of northeast west 27 chains to beginning. 29 23 37 32T 8 00 M: E Ensey .. ... Lots 3 and 4, plat of Stewart's

M of northwest (, described 00 }ifruE V Jlall.- lots3and4. . . .. . 31 23 87 N 884 homestead . . ,. . 3:1:
Iii Deed Book 0, pugs 82'.1. 21)) 21 M 10 7 Ofleph Lynn. . Lot I, subdivision of lot 2. . 85 23 87 lOllS\\) . . ..... . . . 34. 26 S7 8 100

H E Coats ... .. Lot 6, subdivision of. .northeast. 21) 21 M G 2 43 A iMCady. ... of lot 3. . . . 86 23 87 20 4 97 G F Ensey... _. .. .. Lot 12, plat of Stewart'. homestead -
U of northea( publicroad S i :M: Morton. .. North of lot 3, and north 25 . .. . . . . as A.
Emma WallaceNorth4'acres west of acres of lot d .., . ., . 35 23 37 45 759 . . . . U 26 31 lot I) 41.1'A
I n southwest( of north- 29 21.3 4 1 96 A A Degrauw (Est). South X of northwest K of Bennett ... Lot 1. northeast 3 of northeast
east northeast Hi less triangular. U, lees north 10 acrel. . 34. 28 37 68 4.. 9BOleason k son v II leTampa piece east of public road and Brothers

and Key West Railway triangular piece in southwest and Undivided 2-3 interest fn all. ,, 1 27 3d 640 13 <)XJ (>
Company. Northwest M of northeast( of corner of northeast M . 10 24 86 20 3 91! Perry (receiver) Undivided }i interest in all.. 127 30 640 6 B S
.southwest }j . . .. 29 21 M 10 240 3 and south of east
Mar A Dorian. Part lot pare leason Brothers
SB, Wallace (agent. ) NortheasH of southeast 3j. 80 21 35 40 :2..I 211 ) X of southwest X. . .. 17 24 36 21J 188'RVeomltt and Company. ... Undivided 2-3 interest in all

11 l' AUen. ..0... West 15 acres of east 23 acresoteouthwestllofsoutheast 27J F' ....... North M of and except east X of southeast ft 2 27 36 BOO 9 40(
( 3:1: 21 33 13, east M of northeast'fl. . 19 24 86 160 414 .A. Perry (receiver) Undivided 1-8 interest in all!

E D enne t. ... .. Lots 6,7, subdivision of Gov. A Brown. ..... ... Lot 4, XOJ1' ( .. 20 except east K of southeast 33 2 27 80 500 4 03Wm
lot 2. . ., . . . as 21 35 9 3 27 :. . . . 21 24 36 10 763GKock. McCabe. ... .; West $' of northwest U ant;
B.J J' Youn g (Est.) jot 8, 8ubdivlslon of Gov. lot :2 83 21 3G 9 oj 97d 1 ... .. . Soutbwest M of northeast K, west H of southwest U. :. 3 27 86 160 032: I
M IStr ek and .... Part of block described Deed east K of northwest }t, and leason Brothers

look 0 0, pap! 60, Rice' ad- northeast ( of southwest K 23 24 SO 160 5 67 and Company... Undivided: interest in east

dition 'I'ltlllvlJle :. . . 3:1: 21 33 1 74 Ouenthner..... Southeast if. . . . .. 20 24 80 160 010 $tf, and east X of west % 3 27 36 480 7 '13AJ ar
of lot 2.. ::10& 21 35 68 46 00
). Lot 1 and east 3\: feet east
.i YoungEet. OoncfJrdia Land and Perry (receiver) Undivided 1-8 interest in
( ). North part of lot 2no'/ embraced Improvement Association. &, and east 3S of west X. 3 27 80 480 4 00C.II

In (3plemanle) addition ..... Southeast 3( of northwest K,'' v Conover.. . South M of northwest M of '
to Tltusvl11l, except 36 acre northeast of south
and K northeast $4 south of
to :Norwood. . . ... Sol 21 33 7 5 87 west K. . '. 20 238 80 6 17Wm northeast W,and, southeast ft M 4 27 36 260 8 2!>

W S Norwood. .. .. Part of Uov. lot :2, described 1 89 Guenthner Southeast! K of northw.est K of McCabe.. . Lots2and4. . . . . 9 ,.21. 80 73, 14 2GGleason
Deed Bask E E, page :2I4. :. 3& 2133 i southwest . . . . 26 24 36 10 1 SO 4 4Wm Brotbers'
J P Turner ....... Lot II, except strip 011 north Guenthner. South part o. o3, described and Company Undivided 2-3 interest in south ;
sldl'.blol'k B, Coleman'l ad- Deed Book K,pare 531: . 27 24 86 6 8 66 ) of southeast H of north
. 34 :U 33 10 08J i
dltlon 'l'ltullvllle ., H T DentonBegin 406 feet north of southwest east J 4. west % of southwest
r Turner .;. .... Lots ColemantsaddltionTltueville 1'8 0,12 13 block 0 3-1 21 MX 4 36 ', corner of lot 5, run \ of northeast U, north % of .
north 33 feet, east to river, : ** northwest K of northeast }f,
E Norwood .. Begin 100J feet north of northeast 1 south 83 feet and west to beginning "'" north % of southeast % of

corner of block D, Cole- a . .. . .. 28 24 86 U 604J southeast M, north % of
man'l addition to .ritunilleo' .. \\V Render., ,. .. Begin 4CJ feet north of south northeast 3.4 southeast 3j. 10 27 36 100 4 23
run north T/\/ feet, west 'IO'Jfeet west corner of lot 5, run T Perry (receiver) Undivided 1-8 Interest in south
south 73 feet, east 10:4: north 33 feet, east to river, % of southeast K of north-
feet . . .' . .. 821 :us 4 21M .; south 33 feet! and west to beginning east fj; west % of southwest

E Norwood. .. .. Lots 4 and IS, block 4, Titus additlon .. . . . 28 24 88 U 504) }{ of northeast k i, north X of
'l'ltunlllt . . 321 33 2 50J
m Kellum . . Begin 306 feet northof northwest 31 of northeast (.
II Vondl. ...... .. All block 5, Titus addition to of lot 6 north K of southeast 3 i of
8& 21 S3 6 27 southwest corner '. ,
Tltullvillt . . . southeast X and north & of
north 67 feet east to ,
It Norwood. . South 36 of southwest 3;. . 19 21:16: '80 38.4TN :. run river, south 67 feet ,and west northeast % of southeast 10 27. 36 100 3 27

Decker .. .. Eaat6oflot2west)6oflot8, :-b: 27 to beginning. . . 23 24, 3* 2T 730 mMcCabe. .. West W, and south X of loutt-
3 22 S3
Titusville, . .
block 0, M Fish ..... Northeast K of southeast >/, west>i of southeast ( . 10 27 36 840 520
east of .outhwest. "
W A Ronald . Begin M feet northwest of Northeast >J, 1(IleasoD Brother
corner of lot 10, run east 25 ,r', .'jSeastjf. South of
.. and. southeast >( of north-. Company ? H northwest }( of
feet, north 60 feet welt 25 .( r" . 30 286 120 '1 4"74 northeast(, south X of
feet, south 60 feet, bt'lnl'part Northeast part of lot 39Dlson'saddition northeast 31 of southeast
F Titusvilla. ,Vm Uindle .. .. KT
block ; -
r of Iota 8, 10, Cocoa . . . 33 24SO. 123 north K of southwest U of
+. '.. . . .... .. 3 2:1: M 309 :


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Owner. Description of Land. &o. T. R. A. Am't. Owner. Description 01 Land Sec T. R. A.. Am'c. Owner De14crlptlon of Land Seo. T. R. A. Am"t. ,i.

southeast ft ana lIo""utb ft of and north 34 of northeast 34 northwest U, west 3, of

southeast ft of southeast ft, of southeast H. . . . 33 27 36 220 fJ 54 southwest 34' south 34 of '
northeast 3i of northeast 34 Glt'lUIon Brothers northeast uf southwest 34; ,
north % of southeast 3' 01 and Company... Northeast V of northeast 34, I south U of southeast 34 of
northeast 34i south K of south o( northwest J..i of ..... southwest h, north 3, of
southwest & of nortbel811/ () 27 39 100 5 68 northeast 3&, north 34 of nortbwest J-i. of southeast 34
Gleason Brothers northeast 3t of northwest 34, north J.i .of southwest 34 ofsoutheast l
and Company. An undivided 2-8 interest in south ;, of northwest \4 of 34. and south 34 of '" .
north % of southwest V of northwest! t4, south is of' southeast 34 of southeast J-". 6 27 31'' 400 11 C
northeast if north >$ ot : r ,; southwest 34 J. of northwest t4' Gleason Brothers .j
northwest ft of northeast 3a, north ? o southeast 34 of and Company. An undivided 2.1) Interest In ,' '
South X of northeast if of northwest Ja', south of a. south h of northeast 34 of ''
northwest Ji% south H of southwest 34 of northeast t4 ,1 1 .. northwest 3(. south 34 of
southeast 34 of northwest 7". north !y. of southeast .. of I southeast ;10" of northwest 34 '
north X of southwest 3--4 of \ 4 northeast 3(. south !ov of ., north )0" of northwest 34. of
northwest ft, north 34 of '. ." northeast of southeast northwest 34. south 30 of t
northeast 34 of southwest 3e. south ;, of northeast .1" 41 ? ., .t .., northwest t4 of southwest Ui ,
South % of southwest ft of ;. i southwest 34. south of .. south 34 of southwest 34 "
southeast ft, north >$ of .. r .' '". southeast 34 of southwest t4' ". .\ southwest t4, north h 3x of '' '
southeast Jof southeast Jj! I 0 north 34 of southwest 34 of k \t' southeast !34 of northwest 34 '
and north ft of northeast Y '1';'''y; ... southeast 3 and south 1v of ." loy I north J' of northeast !34 of l / ,
of southeast ft. . ... ... 11 27 36 180 7 '73 \ ,,, ',,,,1,1 putheast 34 of southeast 34. S3 27 SO 280 u 10 OIS \ southWt'Kt t4' south !4 of I' F. ,
A;Ferry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 interest in \ Gleason Brothers ::1) .' northwest 1..4 or .southeast 3s. r 21 37 160x'1 \ 5 n ;
north }34 of southwest 34 of and Company. ... An undivided 2-3 Interest In : : .;: \ A 1 Perry (receiver) .An undivided 1.3 interest in <, ,,< 1:q""; ". i,
northeast $ft, north }.i. of r' 1 f south 7, of southeast 30. of .: south 36 of northeast 4 of \ "
northwest M of northeast 34 northeast fi. north ;e of '_ northwest t4' south of .
south ft of northeast H 01 southwest 34 of northeast 34. .... . 1I0utht'ftlitJ! of northwest U1 .
\ northwest ft south & of north of northwest 34 of north 34 of northwest. Of ,
southeast ft of northwest M .,' northeast 34. south 7, of c- northwest J.4.. south 36 of ,
north M' of southwest U 01 northeast J. of northwest 34, northwest L4 of southwest 34. I I I
northwest ft, north f of south 34 of southeast 34 of south J, of southwest 34 01 ;
northeast 34 of southwest U1 north\\Pst U. north N of southwest t4, north 34 of '
south % of southwest 34 of southwest ?-i of northwest 74. '." southeast 3'. of northwest 34 ,4'' .1' 9', 4.
southeast ft, north 36 of north >, of northwest 34 of i.! north 34 f of northeast 34 of I ': '
southeast H of southeast U. northwest U, south 34 of ,,' southwest ql.(. and south 3ti of P'' '.
,_ north % of northeast 34 of southwest ?.4 of southeast if, northwest 34 of lIouUlelit 34; 7 ::17 37 100 4 8SoGlt'lIlIon
southeast Ji. . .. .. .. 11 27 36 180( 6 05 ... north K of southeast ".4 of Brothers ,,'
Gleason Brothers southeast U. and northeast 3a and Company. South 34 of southeast 1.. of j' .'
and Company. Northeast f of northeast Jf, u '. '., of undivided-3 J. . . 33 27 36 240 7 21 northeast 34. north .i ot '
south 34.of northwest 34 of ,A J Perry (receiver) An Interest in '',' .... southwest 34 of northeast Jl .
northeast ft, north & of south }, of southeast !ft of north 54 of southwest 34 or t
northeast of northwest Ji", A northeast 34; north hi of l' northwest h. northeast )
northwest ft of northwest j ".'" ..' '; southwest *4 of northeast Ja'J '. ..y.. southeast A. north 3, ot s
south 34 of southwest U of \ ', north !, of, !northwest 34 of ''44 northwest 4 of southeast 34 w,
northwest ft. north >$ of 'v '. .r', northeast %, south >i of' south 34 of northeast 34 of
southeast >/of northwest 34, : t,:' K .. northeast M of northwest; .. southwest 34, north J' of o'
south M of southwest J-i" 01.. rr. :J south J.i of southeast >4 of southeast .4of: southeast 34. R+,
northeast 7.(% north 36 of I ': I F tq i northwest 34, north >9 of south 34 of southwest 34 of ,, '
southeast Ji of northeast 34 .l j v, ; southwest 34 of northwest 34, '' + fy I southeast 34 southeast 3 4 of a

south K of northeast U j of ; ,', north 34 of northwest >!J of t ) southwest tl . . .. . 7 27 37 220 I 1 t2.1 i
southeast U. south 36 of I" northwest Jf, south >/ of I. GleAson Brothers

southeast ft of 'southeast 7-4. southwest of southeast 34 and Company An undivided 24 Interest In .
north K of southwest 34 of north >n or southeast 34 of east 34 southeast 34. .. 8 27 37 80 8 U.
southeast K, northwest ft. of southeast 3-).i and northeast }/ AJ Perry (reoelver) An undivided 1'1; I interesn
southeast >i, south of of southeast U.. : . . 34 27 30 220( R' 01 east; 34 of southeast !i. .. 8 27 37 SO 4 61B ,
northeast of southwest U. Gleason Brothers 'V JIlgglns .. .. youth I acres of southeast 34of
southeast jj of southwest ft and Company Northeast 34 of northeast 31, northeast 34. : . . .. 8 27 37 10 2 41l't
south J of southwest 34 of \ south J' northwest J. of .. John Aspinwall. Part lots 1 and ,2descrd.
southwest U. and northwest 4 northeast 34. north N of Deed Book 11. page 163 . I 0 27 37 3i 2 4Gleason :.
ft of southwest ft .. .. 11 27 M 420 12 00 northeast 34 of northwest }-; '" Brothers

Gleason Brothers \ South 34 of northwest 34 of rwA: ". and Company ... lotI.. . . . . . 10 27 37 15 215..
and Company. .. An undivided 2-3 interest in I ..' f northwest 34. north 7R of \t", Gleason Brothers
north }4, and north 34 of .' i southeast 34 of northeast 34 0 and Company.n unlllvidetl 2-3 Interest In 1
southeast of southwest 3 12 27 86 840 4 42 south U of southwest J. of .\ .,, west 34 of southeast N. and .
A;J Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 interest fn "' ...'r'' southeast U, north M of -' west M northwest ,.t4. . 11 27:1'1: 160 IS 80
north >B. and north % of .. southeast 34. of northwest J.i AJ1'erryreceiver( ) An undivided 1-3 Interest In
southeast ft of southwest; 34. 12 27 36 340( 2 60 ,1 south U of southwest\ 34 of l went. '" of southeast 34. and '
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Gleason Brothersand \,1' northwest U. south 3 j of west '" of northwest .(. . 11 27:1'1 160 3 2&G'enMon
Company. ... Southeast U, north 34 of southwest ( northeast U of southwest 34; Brothers '

34, myth; % of south northWl'st 34of southwest 3--4'oi- .' and Companp. 1.nlllland 2. . . . 11 273T 190( 4 OPJolutAsplnwall.
west M of southwest %, and south 3 i of southeast 34 . Northeast/ 34 of southeast U,
south % of southeast 34 of southeast 34 and north .!-n of exceptsouthfacres: . 11 27 3'1 S& 853
southwest U .. . .. .'. . 12 27 16 280 5 85 southwest 't1 of southeast. 34..; :U 2T 36 2BO 0 45 Chas Ooodyt'Ir. North! or lot 8. and excess" on

Gleason Brothers ) Gleason Brothers Wt'IIt's1da . . . 11 ::17 3T 20 10 60-
undivided 2-3 Interest In and Company. All undivided 2.11 In\ert'st\; In S 0011'88011... . South of It and
and Companl. .. An 35 M S. eIOt'sll on
21 36 640 18
. 13 21 36( 80 S 60 all . : . 7 . 11 37 31'1' 8 63
east 34 . . . . Interest in west IIlde. . . 27
J.l Perry (receiver) .An undivided 1-3 interest In AJPerry (receiver) An undivided 1.8 May B Jookwood.. Jot 2. . . . . 12 27 87 to( 1 IT
east 3-4. . . . ... 13 i7 86 480 2 08 all . . ... .. .I,', . :96 J 2'1 30 MO 382: 1.1) Lockwood... Northwest: . . . 1:1:1'137: 140' 10 20'Ileacon
Gleason Brothers
Gle8son Brothers ( Brothers.
undivided 2.'J Interest 111aU and Company .. An undivided 2-3 Interest In and East of southeast U and .
and Companl. ... all . S6 27 36 tHO 7 18 Company 34 ,
. .
.. . . U' 27 ao MO 7 18 .1-3". '\'. Enall northeast 34 01 northeast34. 12 27 37 120 'l 73-
!1 Perry (receiver) .An undivided 1-8 intres1nall A 1 Perry (receiver) .All undivided Interest. Mary W' McCullen North 3:1: acres of lot 1. . 14 27 U1 33 11 68-
. 80 27 36 6-0 3 82
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. 14 27:1: MO 3 82 . . Llltl of In- '
.:: . . . . 2'1 John Aspinwall V and Y. plat Asp
Glenson Brothers H1)Brown, . ..11 I Lott,1 31 26 255It wall, described Deed nllok X ,

Company. .An undivided 2-3 interest 10 D Brown. . ...;;North of southeaBt t4 of Jllllfe 76''1)). . . . 14 27 3'1' 21 6 62' ;
all .. .. . . . . 21 tf 86 MO 884 northeast 34. . ." .'. 2 27 37 20 242ASCoyer. : John Aspinwall Lot bound north by lot Y of ,Y .
... ... North 34 of southwest of '
Al Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 Interest In north Aspinwall south b1 road'
all . . . . . . .. 21' 27 .86 640 4 05 northeast 34. and i of :3 lIJ-JM( ) ('halns Wldr.. north ;.J
J. 2 21 37 40 6 62
Gleason Brothers nortbWl'st; and Mouth arid west by rlnr.. 14 iT 37 4 13. .'
An undivided 2-3 Interest In II D Brown ...... .. South 34 of southwest 34 of Gleason Brothers .
and Company. north . . . . . 23 27 36 320( 412 southeast 34. ..... ... .2 27 37 20 2 1L'V and 00mp8111. J.otsll and U, block A., FanGallle. .
Al Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 Interest In 'Varner .. ... West 34 of southwest of . . . . . 16 21 31 1 915Gleason .
north 34. . . . .. . 2S It' IS SJO: :2 20 southeast U. ..., . . 2 2T 87 20 2 4:1: Brothers .: "
Gleason Brothersand bray tI: Lockwood West 34 of east 3a/ of southwest and Company All blo'k' 1I:8110alll.: . . 16 27 37 42110A I ,
2 2'T S1 10 1 rID
Company ? All south 36, except south >f of \ 34; of southeast J..4 U OIeasoll . All I'ountatn Park EeuGall... 10 ::11 31 -4 6J \
southeast 34 of southwest Jf. 1111 Olmstead.. . North acres of northeast/ M'V Knapp. . Lots:!. and 14, block 1. Faulallle I
and north 34 of southeast i( of northwest U. less west ( . . . J6 21 31 14 53F
of southwest >i. . . . 83 27 30 280 5.85/ of northwest 34 of northeast E Barbnllr . All block 5. Eauialle . 16 27 87 39 41 ,;
Gleason Brothersand 34ofnorthwest U. . . 2 27 37 20 301: John Asplnwall, t.ot0, block :..10. EIIII Gallie? 10 21 37 -4 63: 4 4U

Company North . ... ... . . 24 27 30 320 5 20 Gleason Brothersand A Puke. . . Tot 11. block ::11'1' EauUallle . 16 27 a1 I 1 8$. .
;JB Nlnsman. .. South 34' .. . . : . . 24 '27 30 320 4 90 Company. An undivided 2-3 Interest in C A Olbb" (agent).. Out lots. 1 and 2, except 5 acres
3 B Ninsman . North % .. . . . . . 23: W 8
Gleason Brothers toast ft of southwest lAn 2 27 37 200 10 00 Titus Bates . Lot 24. block 4, subdivision of
and Company. An undivided 2-3 interest in A :J Perry (receiver) undivided 1-3 interest in out lots 21. 2:1.2:', .EMu Oallll 10< 21 37 2 15.S / '
south % . 25 27 38 820 5 60 west % of northwest ft west Savage . . Lot :IT, block 4. subdivision of "
A J Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 interest In 34 of southwest ft, and south out lot ::11. 2:1. 23, Eau Oaille 16 21 a7 11 F
south 3,.. 25 27 86 320( 2 03 east ft of southwest ft . 2 27 37 200 5 63 Titus Bates . Lot 20, block U, III&bdhl..on. of .,,..
Gleason Brothers Gleason Brothersand out lots. 21 I, 22, 23, Eau Oallle 16 21 37 150SSavage '

and Company.... An undivided 2-8 interest in Company. ,. An undivided" 2-3 Interest! in . . Lot 12, block 25. subdivison of v.
northwest ft and west & of lotel,2and8. . . . 3 27 37 12602& out lots. :21. 2:1. 1t3, Eau Oallle ltJ 21 37 2 16B -
southwest 34.- 20 27 38 240 3 58 A J Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 Interest in Splller . . Lot 2, Joullton' addition to !
A J Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 interest in lots 1,2 and 3. ::. . . 3 27 37 12363 Eau (lallle. . . . S1! 27 87 6 1"4. (
northwest ft, and west 36 of James Long.. ...... Port lot 1, described Deed Book Mary 8 Gilbert . Lot 4. Uoulton' addition to
southwest ft 26 !27 aa 240 2 17' Bpage. 21. .. .'. . . 5 27 37 12 4 00 EauJallle. . 21 21 37 1 OD I\
F Z Vlnsman..... .. East % of southwest 34. 26 27 30 80 1 86. Gleason Brothers o A OIbbs (agent)., Lot J3. Uoullton'lI addition to
B Vandenburg.... West & pf northeast ft, south. and Company. .. An undivided 2.3 Interest In Eau (lallle. . . . 2't' 27 37 :2 I 7 71 "
east |/of northeast ft: and west ft of northwest M, and GI.-allln Brothers!
east >J of northwest K. 27 27 36 200 3 83 southeast ft of northwest 3'. 6 27 87 120 6 02 and Company . Southwest t4exrept land Molntosh .
Gleason Brothersand A J Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 interest Tn Tuttle and lluustun 17 27 37 120 0 62. .. : ....
Company. .. An undivided 2-3 interest In west 34 of northwest ft and Gll'a""n Brothers '
northwest 28 27- 33 160 272 southeast ft of northwest ft; 6 27 37 120 3 83 and OOlllllan. An undivided 2-3 interest In :
A J Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 interest in northeast 34 and north 34 of a
northwest ft 38 27: 34 160 1 59 Gleason Brothers northwest t1 . Ilf 27 37 2-0 804' WAS
Gleason Brothersand and Company v. An undivided 2-3 Interest in Perry (reoelver) An undlvllel.l) 1.3 interest In ; '. .
south of northeast of \
of south ft ft northeast 3', and north Jt of
Northeast Kt
Company. east 3(, east of north- southeast northwest J/ft of, northwest south }4 ft of, nortb\\'e. tx. . . lit 27 ,37 2&0 480Gleason .'
west ft of southeast ft, north Brothers'
34 of southwest ft of south north 34 of southwest ft of I and Compan1. North 34 of southeast! U south
northwest ft north 34 of ''
east ft and northwest ft of 3101, northwest34iand
southwest ft 29 '27 39 320 6 70 northwett ft of northwest ft, 34 of southwest J.4. .... Ii 27 37 200 9 70 I y
north ifi of southeast of s ; 18 27 37 40 2 It.Ole".on rr
Gleason Brothers Wm UlJt'8Ch. . orthwllllt Jot of northwest J'
southwest ft, north jof
interest In Brothers
and CompanyAd undivided 2-3
south % of southeast ft. of northeast 34 of southwest ft of and 00IDI'a01. An undivided 2.3 interest In
northeast U. north % of south 4 of northwest ft south 34. . . . 10 27 37 320 0 62;
southeast and of f
ft, south 3
of northeast U > ft Interest In. .
undivided 1.3
southwest J/ southwest of Al Perry (receiver) An
I north K of northwest y of north 34 southeast southeast ft of, .'. south 34.. ... ... 19 27 87 320 3 63 '

northeast J(, south 9i of ,'"*,'?. southeast ft ft, and north j ft. of 'r 1 \' ., 0 0 Boynton .. . Southeast34. . . .202737. 160 1S03- ; -
northeast Ji of northwest 34 : '. :" -; northeast of southeast 3'. 6 27 37 ,200 9 43 John A.splnwall. Part lot descried Deed Book .
I. southeastW of '- ft . .. 21 27 37 8. 1198 I
south 34 of .,. A J Perry (receiver) An undivided 1.3 interest. in '. :N, e 101 .
1 northwest U, north ), of "; '" south >9 of northeast ft of -r' John Alplnwall. Part Pot 2, and of southwest K' :.
ts4 southwest 34 of northweet34 '" r of northeast J.4', dl'.crlbe'l
northwest fl of '
4 north }{ of northwest ft oft / ,. southeast ft ftr of northwest south ft '.'., Deed Hook U. paKe 21 . 21. 27 8'7 '1t IS 6a :-

northwest #, north % of'f north & of southwest of S 0 Gleason .. ... East part of south 3, Jf north- ?" ..
c northeast 3q/ of southwest K. \," northwest of west 34. .. . .... .. :U t 27 37 U 082S0Gleason
ft, I
3 6' southwest > ofsontheaut 'I }y .. IJO-IUO of southwest ,;j
south M of i .. northwest Jif of northwest ft, . West 7 acres
north >>i> of I. northwest 34 and '
Mf t north % of southeast ft of I 33iof "
southeast K, .. ot north'i'
southeast H of southwest north of I part 34
and north &'of northeast 77a northeast ft of % ,. I we.t34. . . . 2121 31 679-10 970 ;
n+ of southeast X . . 83 27 36 220 j 7 81 south % of%northwest southwest ft ft of, .f ,' : R R Barnes .. Lot 2..j 27 37 10 8 02 ,' I

A J Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-3: Interest In ; southeast ft south % of .' .< lameslong. .... Lots 1 and 2, and excess on \

",y r south northeast 34 of 34,southeast north 34 3of>> of < ,/. north southwest'\\4 of 34 of southeast southeast ft of ,\t I Indian River plat not .shown. . .on'OfJtlrnment 24 27 31 18/S 11 751Y ;

4 ,, southwest 3( of northeast U ,.. southeast ft, and north %ft of ,:, C Barnes. . .. f'outbUollot4. .. . 24 27 37 10 3Shemwell 231
". k: north J*' of northwest 341of' northeast ft: of southeast ft. 6 27 37 200 7 05EAST and 8k.t.'Q Northwest34of.outhcast34. 227 31 40 602:
northeast #, south Brothers ''OlO ( 'feaS" and II
6+' northeast K of northwest U. Gleason and Company North ft; of northeast %,south- o Putnam... ? .. SouthJilcrf'.ofJot: 2. . 27 27 37 US 853Gleason
ofIr '
lIouthe..t.U Brothers
south 34 of westof northeast south '
northwest K, north M of of southeast of f northeast i and Company .. An undivided 2-3 Interest In
southwest H of northwest 34 ,'. to ." .'. 3, ft ( I west 3of southwest 34. . 28 27 31 80 3 28AJPerryrecelver
: ft north 4 of north- .'
northwest 34 of .. ; ..:. .. I .An undivided 1.3 Interest In -=- :a
+ north X of r- cast of northwest ( ) .
of .y..3 ; ft ft, of southwest . 28 27.37 IO! 1 MOleallon i,
north Ji 'V" welt M 34.
ft, -< r
northwest .
\ \:. south >J of northwest fi of :s
northeast # of southwest U 't.t-, : ".. northwest ft northof : BrotheM'
south H of southwest # o f ',.',." ><- ; southeast J-4 of northwest Ji". .I.t ., ,'" and Company An undivided 2-1 Interest In 1
southeast X north Jiloutbeast of sooth >j of southwest U of aU, except northeast )t. . 29 27 37 480! U 4) )
$H of southeast Ut. ,

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t ,d. Owner. Description of Land Owner. Description of Land. Seo. T. R.' A. Am't. Owner. Description of Land Sec. T. n. A. A.m'

A JT Perry (receiver) An undivided interest in AO Russell ... .. .. Northwest3jnorth36ofnorth- Jess 2 acres in southeast corner -
f all, except northeast 34.'. ..'. 20{ east J., southwest ;( ot . . . . 083403Q 3 0
Gleaflon Brothersand northeast .I-i, north U ot Unknown... .... .... Jot 15, block B, Fort Pierce . 10 35 40 2
Company An undivided 2.3 interest in southwest and southwest Unknown. ...;.. Lot S, re-subdivislon block E. I
allAn . . . : . . 30 I 34 of southwest 3j ... 13 31 38 400 12 8AO 8 Fort Pierce . . . . 10 35 40 4 1
( A JT Perry (receiver) undivided 1-3 Interest in Russell. .. .. .. Southeast of northeast D L AldermaD... Lots 8 and 0, block G, Fort
all .t. !. . .. .. .... .. 30 I 8 and southeast #( . . . 1-1 81 as 200 6 3 2 Pierce . . . 10 85 40 6 4
Gleason Brothers .. Unknown.... ... .. Southeast y of southwest y 16 31 38 40 18,S D L Alderman.. Lots 10. 11 and 12. re-enbdi-
and Company. An undivided 2-3 interest in Unknown. .. .. .... Northwestjj of northwest. 13 31 38 40 181 5 vIsIon block H Fort Pleroe. 10 35 40 18 S
allAn . . . . .. 31 I A 0 Uus ell. ... .. ; South ot north N. and north Unknown. .. .. Lot 4, block X. Fort rlerce. .. 10 35 40 i 'j
i AJT Perry (receiver) undivided 1-3 interest in' 34 of south 3' . ; . 19 31 38 316 1 91 8 Unknown . . Lot 5. block X, Fort PIerce. 10 M 40 27
\ all . . . ...... .. 31 A 0 Rus eD. .. .... South of north 36. and north Unknown. . .. Lot 8. block X, Fort Pierce. 10 35 40 2 7
u Qleason Brothers +i. . . . 20 31 38 :ns. 1 OJ 8 00 Olmstead . Lot I, block 2: OarlOOo's addition .
and Company. An undivided 8-3 interest in A 0 Russell. ... ... Lots 2 and 3. southwest U of to Fort Pleroe. . . 10 85 40 1 G
I* all . 32 northwest 34. and north of Mrs 0 A O'Brien Lot :2. block 2. Oarlton'B add 1r I. '
A J Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 interest in south 34. .. .. 21 31 S8 279 1 s: lion to Fort Pierce. . . 10' SiS 40 4 1
I?( all . . ... . . 32 Mrs James Morrow. Northwest ot northeast. 22 31 38 40. 1. 61 0 D L A.ldermaB... Lots 9 and 10. block 2 Carleton'.
X1,1 Oleason Brothers A 0 Russell ... .... Northeast 3a of addition to Fort Pierce. . 10 3d 40. 18;
and Company An undivided 2-3'Interest in s3 ot northeast 34 and, fraotfonal Foster .Merrlderh. Lots 4 and 5. block 7. Carlton's
EA west 3 M, and went % of south northwest 34. .a. 22 31 38 278 7 3 7 r addition to Fort rlerce. . 10 35 40 2 ii""
; . . 33 I A 0 Rus, ell. .... .. ; North 34 ot northeast U and o 0 Olmstead .. 'All, except lots 7 and 10. block
; I 1 A J Terry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 Intereat in southwest ot northeast 34. 23 338 120 3 '4E I lS: Oarlton's addition to Fort
4 s went Js, and west >' of soutlneastJf George M Phillips.. ot northwest 34. 3 31 38 40' 2 11 i. Pierce. . . . . . 10 35 40 2 I'}
. . . . .. 33 i A 0 H,1J8sell. .. .. Northwest of northwest 3-(? 23 31 38 40 1 3E 0 I 0 0 Olmstead . Lot 7.8. 9. and 10, block 16
JFK Martin. .'. Lots 1 and 2. . . 30 ( J D Crabb ... .. .. 7 acres In southeast corner ot OarltoD'a addItion to Fort
a H Powell . Lots 1, block 11 southwest of southwest U. I'lerce . . . . . 10 35 40 2 19
1 Melbourne . . . 2 I : described Deed Book Y. page GA Keen. . ., South M of east of 4 acre
PP Powell. . Lots and 6, block 11, Melbourne 100 . : . . . . . 23 31. 38 7 181, square In southeast corner of
. . . 2 : i o 0 warren" .. ... ., North 34 ot northeast 34.; . 26 31 38 80 2 2e I south U of lot 2 . . . 10 83 40 1 2 19
t 8 F Gibblt. . . Lot 5, block: II Melbourne\ 2 Dan Kloan. . .. Northwest 3( of northeast :a 36 31 38 I 40 1 GD I Lennard. . . Lot 1. block B, Andrew', and
John Obandler. . Lot 1, block 12, Melbourne. . 2 LAChallen. .,. 80u Ulcbard's addition at Fort
Cynthia A Hall Lots 10 and 11, block: 12, Melbourne m i ng- 1 .80 38 160 6 6J: PIe-roe. . . . . . 10 ss: 40 1 74
. . . . . 3 Chas M Downing Southwest '3--4'- pint oFlem: J' Tyler (Estate). All lots 3 And 4, west of R. R.
i OH Powell .... .. Lots 1 4, 6, 6, 7, 10, and 11, ming Grant . . . 1 30J8: 160 910II subdivIsion of lot 4. . . JO ss: 40 1 3 01
I block 15, Melbourne. . r. 2 M Linnell ... ... Lots 7. 8, 12 to 2U inclusive DaIsy Horton. .., North 1-8 ot east of Jot I 9subdivion
. . . . 3O : plat of lj'lemmlng Orant. . 10 30 3S 100 6 82 of Jot 4. . . 10 35 40 11 1 89)
II Powell . Lots2, 8,6, 8, 0,10 11,12 and F Allen. .. .. Lot 8. subdivision ot lot 8. plat W J' IIlldl'et.l1 . South 1-3 ot Jot 12. and all lot 13
13, block 16 Melbourne . 2 :; ] of Flemming Grant. . . .20' 30 88 B 2 SFllAlIen. subdivisIon of lot 4. . . 19 83 40 6 753
D F 11 Lot 11, block 10, Melbourne 2 ... . . Lot 6 subdivision ot lot '3. Wm.Frank. . . North 3 92.100 chains of south
OH Powell . Lots 1 and 0, block 18, Melbourne 20 30 38 IS 2 81'S' 7M chaIns of lot 1. . . 14 3IS 40 2 1 89
. . . 2 I Ian 1 M Turner . Lotse12,113g14,15n10,17,18, 22., 8 II J'ones.... . North of lot 1. . .! . US 3IS 40 25; 14 00
k Powell . s. Lots 6, 9,12 and 13, block 19, subdivision ot lot 3. plat ofFiemrning I 'Vm }Frank . . North 362.101)chafns) of south
Melbourne( . . 2. Grant . . 20 30 38 '14' 12 28 7S4 chains ot lot 4 . . lIS 33 40 8 97s f!
. . . . . 8 \ FlIAllen . . LotO. subdivision ot Allen andJerome'a Thos L Haimes.. Lot 4. subdivision of lot 3. . 20 85 40 15 723
OII Powell . Lota 1 8, 4, 5, 7, 8 and 0, block 200 acre tract south Cruttenden and
20, Melbourne . 3 of north fork ot Sebastian Oard... . ... South r.o acres ot lot 6, except
Mrs O B McBride Lot, :.I. and north 30 feet of lot 4, River plat of 'Iemmlng an undivided 34 interest paid
block 23, Melbourne,.. 2 Grant . : . . . 37 '. H. Cruttenden. . :16 3i 40 25 1038
OJ Hector (Estate) South % of lot 1, block 2.*, Melbourne . . . . . . 12'3038 o J Gwinn. . . South 25k' acres of southwest
. . . 2 .'. . . . . . . 19 31 30 105 1 8':1: 3j of southwest 7.(. . . 28 3i' 40 23 4 14
Ms's aui :JrUnknown Martin J.otllLblork2l.Me-lbourne. 2 F II Allen. . 2134, acres Ullplattpll tract In F Donahue . . East J-3 of north :13 acres of
U Jones . . .. Went- of lots, and all lot 7 fork ot river plat or Flem- \ southeast 34 of southwest 3(. 28 3lS 40 11 1 80
block 26 Melbourne..8 I ming G..ant. . . . . 19' A rio (Estate)... East M of northeast 34 . . 33 85 40 80 4 00
.. ._ . . Lot ft boc1C) 28, Melbourne" 8 .. . .It: : llI: 88 21i 2 43 Onlthmden aDd
Mrs 0 E Williams Lot 8. block 81, Melbourne 3 : F II Allen_ . ; An; except lots 6-J, 05. fill, 6'7, Card. . . East of northeast J.( except:
Jxwjltw J Henley .\0. Lot C. lying east of lot B, block 08 :', 04. 05. 96. plat of Fle-m. ftn undivided 34 interest paid
48 Melbourne I. 3 ming Grant. . . . 23 30 38 i liOi5 IT 75FIIAIIen. by W.1. Cruttenden . 3lS 35 40 37 12 64
II A Hpaldiiig Lot fl, lying east of lot 4, subdivision . . Lots Ito 19. 23:. to 31. 4d. 4a. CroUe-nden and
of northwest Jf of plat ot Flemming Grnnt. . 28 30 3S 180 6 62 Card. . . Lot 1. except 'an undivIded 34
southeast Jf . . 3 : F 11 Allen. . . All. except lots 14to18,05 to interest paid by W. H. Crwt-
4 WI Motcalf . Lot C, block 48, Melbourne 8 : 09. 43 1. 126. 127. 128. plat ot __ _. tenden . . . . .. 36 35: 40 6} 3 61
jDavid Murray\ . Part of southeast 3of southeast }'iemi lrlg rat :. : 38. 011 Chandler.u Southwest U ot northeast 3a. 24 8tJ 35 40 2:I 49
J-f- described Deed Book . . . . . 29 30 3D' 570 1 17 22II Chas :II lIare . Southeast 34 of southwest . 25 3tJ 87 40 3 37
A A, page 40 . . . 8 Benson (Estate) North 6 acres of lot 1, east of I.esslt'l and Morgan Southwest of southwest 28 31' 3'7 40 3 37
O'uardhlPart, !/: of southeast 3of- south It. R, . . . . . 6 31 31. 6 4 93 Chaw.M Hart . Northeast !p"of northwest U 3.1 31S 37 40 3 87
east Jf', described Deed BookY II B Howard . .. South 40 acres' ot l lots' 3 and '4. I.e8sleyand Morgan Northwest y of northwest 34'. :JI: 86 sr 40 43o -&
page 94 . . 8 west ot n. n.. except 5 acres 0 Olmstead .'. Southeast 3-i of southeast 21) 36 i 33 40 1 43
A J Jllppnrd., . Part of southeast Jf o' southeast to Braddock and H 4: acres. to Carl Leufsted . West 10 aor" ot northeast J.( or
Vf, described Deed Book Hall In lot 4, and 10 acres to southwest. . . . . 3 3a 40 10' 2 43
I, page 77. . . . 3 :I II un tel' . . . 6 31 3D 231 1000'VID Mrs C H Rooks Lots 2:1: and 2:1.: block 9, re-sub-.
XT P. Dubose .. .. Part of southwest 3-t of southeast 0 Braddock.1r.. Part lots 8 and 4. described division of White City . 4 36 40 98MJ
34. and part of southeast Deed Bood UII, pages 67 . 6 31 31) 1S4 2 15 Littlt' ;.. Lot U. bloolk 9, re-subdivlslon
)..4' of southeast 3(. . 3 A'I Russell. . Part lot 6 between Florida East WhIte City . . . 4 30 40 1 23
'1 Win VanHohaick.. All south % of southwest 34. I Coast Railway and A0.. Mrs 0 U Hooke Lots 10 and i1 block rore-sub.:
north of Crane creek 8 Ru llell's H. n. . . .'. 6 ,SI 39 1-6 6 '6:1: division White City . . 4 36 40 1 23
Battle B Bell . Southwest Jf of southwest 34. 4 A 0 Russell. . Northwest corner ot lot 7. . 6:11:: 31) M 'I 01 JTVinzant. . LotISblock re-subdivlslon,
Nancy: S: Carter. Houth }' of northeast Jf . 9 H Benson (Estate).. Lot 3. '. . . . . OJ 31 ao 40 6 O"J White City. . . . 4 86 40 98
Jjouisa J Henley. North &, of southeast Jf . 9 Cruttenden and W J Kirb1. . . Lots 8 and D". block 40. re-sub.
; 11 3V Goode. ... . I.ot8blockU. South Melbourne Card ... . Lots 2, 3 and 8. except an undivided division ofWbiteCity . 4 38 40 1 21
. . . . 11 34 Interest paId by J T Oral. . .. . Lot lIS, block M. re-subdlvlsion
KWGoodo. . Lot 12, block J, Houth Mel W. H. Cruttenden. . . 10 31 39 66 I 9 70 White City . . . . 4 36 40 98
bourne , 11 I Oruttt'nden and Phil Ulen4orf. . Lot 9 and 10 .block 157. re-sub-
Rose A Lewis . Southeast' Jf of southwest}i'. 11 2 ): Cad. ( . Lote3,4,8and9exceptanun-; -. division WhiteCity] . . 4 86 4D 1 21
O E Adams . . South:! 34 of northeast i ot divided 34 Int..res.paid byW '" I C A Lot 7. block 73. re-subdlvllJl
southeast Jf, and south j4 ot H. Cruttenden . . 15 :n 39 'TJ 831 White City. . . . . 4 36 40 1 21
southeast Jf . 15 Benson (Estate).. Lot 6. . . . . . 21 31 89 40 4 97 A rio (Estate). . Lots 13 to 18. inclusive block
:MollleTS op.n.( All lots 2 and 3, and south 3--4.- R't. E Dodge.. North 34 ot lots 10 ai11. except 73. re-subdl\li8ion White City 41 36 '40 7 1 53
lying south and east of Turkey north 5 acres o4' Nit 10. 26 &1 30 85 7 71 Peterson .. Lot 8 and 9. Nock T5. resub-
creek, exoept lots 1 and Oavender . North 5 acre of lot 10. . . 26 31 30 5 2 JII dIvIsion White Ofty . . 4. 36. 40 1 10
8 of llopsonssubdiviaionand A Farwell. Southwest 34 of lot 4 . . 28 31 80 10 1 69 LJensen ... Lot 8. 9, 17 and. ]8. or all block
land to Howelt. . . 24. A Farwell. Southeast 34 ot northwest 3a. :J3 31 m< 40 4 00 78, re-IIllbdlvillon White City 4 36 40 1 22
\V B Pierce . Northwest Jf of northeast, J( of leo W Keith.. . South M ofsouthwest3a . 83 31 30 80 498 Mrs 0 II Rooks Out lots and 1/Sre-aubdlvl8lon/
southwest Jf . . . 20 0 Russell..All. except section 16 . . ., 3l 86 22-100 87 43 White City. . . . ... 1(1; 40 10 4 sa
Florida Coast Line 0 1tussell. . All. except north 3y 01 northwest Mrs C II Rooks. . North 6 acres of souteasSat
I Canal and Transportation 3j- northwest 3 4 of ot northeast 34 and south 5
Company northeast 3a ohectlonl4. and acres ot northeast3a ot northeast .
Northwest td southwest }34. .. 36 all section\ . . . 3:1: 87 22180 87 41 J.( . .... . . . 8 J6. 40 ,10 2 71
Moore and Gumming 1 Tangemal1... Southeast 3a ot outhefts1J3-. 3 3.1: 3%) 40 41)7 Mrs C lI Rooks . South: acres of northwest y _
{ *. Part lots 1 and 2, described B . :South h ot southeast 3a of of northwest 3 and north I 5
i Deed Hood W, page 21)8 6 northwest . . . 3 ::12 39 20 3 01 acre of sOllthwt'st 3--4''of southwest .
Grace V Good. West chain of south & of 1 TanglIlan... Northeast 3( of southwest 34. 3' sa 39:' 40 4 D7 3j with laud Abutting on
lots 4, and 5, and 5 acres in A !Sexton.. . :South: .4 of southwest U. esceptlacreln !:. east running to river. . 9 38.,40 15 SOl
i lot 9. . . . 6 ,. southeast corner. Mn 011 Rooks . North 34 ot soutb 34 of northwest .
Bethel Adams Lot ft of Gov. lot 8. . . 6 . . . . . 3: 32 30 .79 10 OH 3( ot Jjouthwest j. 10. 36 0&00' 10 2 43
VJrginla Miller South:! 0 acres o( north 18 acres lavender. . North 36 ofsouthweat34north- John J Brits . South 10 acres Dr northwest 34 .
of lot 10..0 west 34; of southeast 3and- of southwest 34: . . . 10, 31)i; () 10 2 45Cruttenden :
C V Oll1ls. . South 8 acre of lot 10_. .. 6 2 southwest 3ot northeast. .1-4 4 32 an 160 10 08 aDd' ,
Mrs 0AM Phillips Lot 9, block II, Grave plat ot S Neuman. .. . North 34 of southwest .1--4 ot Card : . . South 25 acres of north 34 ot
Melbourne Beach. . 7 northeast .1--4. ..... .. . 14 ::12 sn 20 3 01 lot 2. except an undivided tai
John Aspinwall Lot 2.: . . . 20 : Brown . South 3S of southeast U. . 2:1: 8.t: 311 80 4 OT interest palll b.f 1V. H. Crut- .
John As tinwall. lotl . . . . . 21 :. I> Jl Weir . West 3S of northwest 3(. and tenden . . 12 36 40 ]2. T 48
John D Cotton Lots fi, ((1 I, 7, Ii and 0, bloclk n. north J.of southwest ia. ''ex.ct'pt o H Edwards .. Southeast t( of southeast 3(. 16 :8 40 40 1 50
lots 5, H, 1.8 and !9, black II,, west 34 ot northwest J.t: E K Pratt (widow), Part lot 2. described Deed Book
lots 7, 8, U), 10 and 11, block I, of southwest U. . . . 2:3: 32 ::10 '131 5 .2 L. 2:11.: . . . . 1836 41 20 8 52
lots 1,2, and 3, block J, lode. Brown . . South 34 ot southwest 3(. . 23 3.1: 80 IJO a 84 T A Tauman. . Part Pot 2. described Deed Bock
1.a: and J, block K, lots' 1, 2, A Joexton.:; ... . East h of northwest 3i. . 25 3:1: S80\ U 48 E. raKe 464. . . . . I.4 36 41 114 16 29DFAnkeny
..i.4.11. and tl, block L, plat InDeed aI ul'1 Walker North 34 ot northwest 34. . :.Iii 3:1: :39 80 :.84 . North Arrel..)( lot 3. . 18. 36 41 6. 531Saeger
Book X, page 75.1: . 20 0 Espy . . Southwest .I-(. . . . 26 32 311 100 7 23 BrOtJ. . Lot sllbdlvftlio" of lot 1. .'. It< au 41 18 6 28
. . . 21 Walker North J-Q of IlOrtiwast 3--4'' . 21 SJII': tIO 3 84 Saeger Bro. . North 3J: al'r" of lot :I. . . 19 10 41 3:1.: 23 70
. , 28 E Jennings North )f ot southeast 34 ot EM ::Jay lor . . Part lot 2, described Deed Book
I D S Carter. . . All bloeka D, E, and F, plat In northeast . . . 11 33 30 20 1 66 n, page 80 and W 300. . 19 36 41 13 2018
Book X, page 753 . . 20 W Bt'ttys . South ot northeast 3-" of. \V 11 Kilpatrick. North 41 acres 01 lot I. . 21) JJ: 4l 41 15 9\1\
. . 21 northeast 3-+ . . 13 as 39: 20 2: 11 o B Gitlord . Part ot sonth34 of lot 1, df's.criht'd .
, .18: : E Banes . . Northeast 3( of northeast, 3j. 24 8:1: 39! 40 2 71 Dt'edBnok J8:1: D liS 41 T T 50
C V Hlncs . . North M of lot ::1. . 33 :!: : Morrow (Est.) Lots oj and 5. . . . . 1 3:1 40 78 4 07 W H Kilpatrlok" Northeast y( of northeast J.(.
(VHlnes .. . L"al're"Junorthpartot lot 1. 8& McCabe. . Lot 3. . . . . . . S 3J: 49( 20 1 43 and north JO acres or southeast .
m.. X Bralnnartl.. Mouth % of northwest l;(, northeast E Barnes . . South 34 of lots" 1 and :2, lots Ii, S4 of northeast 3-{. . 30 :.ItJ 41 50 16S9:
Jf of southwest Jf: lew1IV 4,5 and 6. and southwest tee. 18 33 40 870 23 33 o B GUrord. . Part lIoutheast 34 ot northeast -
at'res . . . 8 E Barnes . Nl.1rthVt'a..t! 4y ot southwest . 30 31l 41 S i 3 67
F M Dutcher . South 10 acres of northeast Jfof 3 and southeast! 34.; . . J9 3.1 ...0lO 27 8.1 1 \Vaaus. . North 10 acres of south 34 or
southwest Jf. . 8:10: :) t'''' Marsh. . Lot 5. . . . . . 21 8:1: 40 40 4 34 )ot 2. . . . . . 31 36 41 10 12 41
R Marian Elliot North part of northw nt if of E Barnes . youth: M acres of northt'alt 3j, Unknown ACI 11Iut..hIIlMon's bland except
northeast Jf, north of Goat and east!! hi of southeast 3'. 31 33..0 184 7 63:J undivided interest ot 82t .
Creek . 17 : E Barnes . .. South 3(; ot lot I, Iota :2 and 3, acres palll by Lewis and I
E Cecil . . . South part of northwest tf of and eouthwest 1/... of eouth- Evt'rl'tt. . . . . !lR.n l1A2.1 &3
northeast Jf, South of Goat west Jf . 32 33 40 12:1': 10 08 E C B Tyndall Lot B. . . . : : : : : : : : : : : 2'J. 37 434 -3 37
Creek. , . 17 29 ; Sloan . . East!! 6 acres of northwest 3j ot E C B Tyndall . Lot 5East . . . 23 37 40 12: 1 61
B Cecil. .., . North Sty acres of south 29 southwest Jf;(, and northeast Henry WhlppteJCFrink. ttf' of northeast Jf . 27 37 40 80 3 56
acres of southeast t.( of northeast -. Jf of southwest Jf . . 11 34 35 -0 279 ; .'. Northeast Jf of northwest >;f,
Jf', north :JU\ ) acre' otnortheast Sloan . . North 3y of I acre tract In and northeast 5 acres of
Jf of southeast, Vf, southwest corner of north. northwest K of northwest 27 37 40 45 2 03
north Jf! of north Ju of south west Mf of southwest y4. . 11i 3d 2 a 00 SV Allen., . North part lot 3, describedDeed
X of southwest i If of northeast A Patrick Book S, page 2(>9. . 2 37 41 11 2 79
Jf- south 25 acres' of (Trustee! ) . . Northeast of southeast Jf. 6 3-1 40 40 2 11 H M Johnson . North % of south j. of lot 4. 3 37 4L 10 201
northwest Jf of southl'Rt4t.t E Jennings. Southwest Jf of southeast 3 "C .ao 40 136 John Miller . :2))>,' acres In southeast corner of
and south 1 acre of northeast [& E Jennings West 34 of northeast t;( . 20 34 40 tlO .j 011 east !' of northeast >:f, described
>f of southeast if ,' 17 20 Anderson. .. l.otl.'xceptI l lldtoUrltt.l . 2:1: 34 40 10 130 Deed Book W, page 169 Ii 37 41 2* 3 00
C A Sagerstrem:! North 9 acre of south 10 acres' Anderson. ... Lot 2, except land to Britr . 20! 84 40 6:1: 2: 71 Hampton and '
of northeast 1. southeast;(: IT 2\1 1) Carter . Lots 2 and 15, subdivision! of Taylor . .. Lots 2. Sand 5. . . 13 ::1'7.u 75 474
Joseph Url iohrir( +) South Ji ot southeast #:( 17 2U lots I and tl, southeast, Jf; and II A Curtisi. . North, of south 14 of southwest -
Adel Itasmunten<< North 10aeres tlf northwest #4ohouthwest northeast I.:4 of southwest )..{ 28 340 23; 10 08 if of northwest U, 22 37 41 10. 5 61
'4' . . . 21 29 : J Russell. Part of (southeast if, described W E McClinton Part of block 5, 125x140: feet in
"R''H :McCall: .. T.otI . . . . 25! 29 : Deed Book I. page IU.\ : 28 34 40 0& 5 27 northeast corner of town platof
I 1> Fish . Lot 8 . . . . 36 2U E: Jennings East U of northeast (4 . . 29! 3-1 41J 80 2 71 Jensen, . . . . 23 37n 4 94
OA Itusbell . AII except tertian 111. . 30 : : ]l ." .., Lot 3 . . . 'i :'i5 31S 40 148 .
A Froscher. North tit east ?, tit lot :J. :3 I iO: : : H (' ... Northwest3{ of northeast 3(... 20 3ao: 40 121; Continued{' on Page
1'J KenneyMargaret South 3 tlf PIt 3) of lot ::1 :3 :10 : L Alderman.. :Southwest Ji of southeast 3j. 13 33T 40 6 ;l8 11)--}
Del.aiH'yIPJiKksou Lot 1. . .. . . . ::13 :30 : W Brown Lot I. 1 3.1 40 :IJ :2 'l1 --- _-
31:: U Fee lots 3 and 4 , .10 no S Bell . Part lot 1, bound north by 'l'ay.IorcreekeastbylndiaiRiver-
: North 5 acres I.1f south 11 acres THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
of lilt J. , . . :28 30 and South by A. Bell . 3 33 -0 II :2 .-1
AO Russell All. except section 113. . .' '31 : Lane.. Part lot 2, described Deed Book
I GO 141: . . .'. 3 8.'i 40 2' 150 Prints all kind of Commercial: : S \tlerl.Veddlng
A" itu..t'Il. All except ..t'Ctloll 16. I. ::11 : : page Stationery: Cards, Bill, Etc.
A 0 Russell l'I"utlt..a. t If ot northeast H.. Saunders . Part Iota, described Deed BookV Letter Head Vote Reads.
I lIelllth'It l j. and southee4'j '' page tl73. . . 3 S3' 40 13. fJ 10 Envelopes, Shipping Tags and anything else you want

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Dr. Dodson near Indian River hotel. '* I '
-.Judge: A D. Penney has been attending OFFICES MH-H. I

id Topics of General Interest. Look for W. W. Luce's ad. page: 12. court at Miami this week. : Special Sale, Monday, June 2nd, The ADVOOATK Is now on file at ml

-Attorney Goo. M. Bobbins paid -Mr. John R. Walker Is out with his at JJ. n. Walker &" Co's. Up to this elate the following candidates the best hotels In New York city.

THE ADVOCATE, Miami a visit on Tuesday.Miss personal announcement on 8th page. The following special prices Invite are In the field for county offices, Whore to stop In Tltuivlllef See Titusvillo
und want to draw the attention of
$1.50 per annum In advance.. Alice Brady spent a day or seat I -Mr. and 'Mrs. H.- J. McGlnnls, of your attention and Inspection: we hotel ad on our 11th page.
the voters of II re van! to their announce
$1.00 alx'montbs, Cocoa the first of the week. Savannah, la., stopped over here short Ladies' fine ribbed vests, well worth the
East Coaat.
ments on our $th t Whore to stop along
to countries.. page
$2.00 per an. foreign while on Tuesday\ en route to Stuart. 35 cents, at 27 cents.
OLD LEAD FOR SALE In Soe list of hotels on 11,
any quantity FOKTHR I.KOItATURK. page
subscribe for the ADVO- I Ladies', Jersey Ribbed Vents good for
,Vben ;you Ronn'd ,
at the ADVOCATE office. CLYDE and Trip Ticketfor
TB: by; the ;year, it does not cost ;you : sale meals Mallory'and berth Include 20 cents, thin sale 13 cents.Outing Wade H. Jones, Titusville.W. On page: eight: of this Issue will he

-eo cents per week, postage: Included. Candidates for office will oblige by; : ,ADVOCATE office Tltu vll1e.-' Flannels, cheap at W1: cents, II. MbFurliiml. found the now nil. of tile Seanldo Inn,

CHE: EAST COAST ADVOCATES la ona sending In $3: with tbelranDouncemeot.- Cheap. any of them at 7 cents per yard, this sale TAX COGr.EO I'ou. o 0011 all, opposite IHytonn. This Is anew

the following news-stands, at five -Miss Jessie Sanders, of Indianola, Covert Cloth: It Is "It" for tho house hotel, built on the occult bluff, and
at INVENTORY SALE-NOW IS YOUR E. W, Hall, Tltimvllle.
Wednesday's south skirts worth 15 cents only 11 cents. managed by Mel I'Ii. James n. Johnson
a ,
was ,
its : See ad passenger; 1'. A, McMillan'' Eau Gallle.
per copy chance. of G. F. Paddlson on "
The be
Cltusville-B. R. Wilson & Son. 8th bound train, en route home from college Yard wide Percales, would be cheap at & sonit. cuisine Is said to good,

J. B. Screven. our page. S. left here Wednesday 12 f cents; more of them at I 0) cents. COUNTTnEAPlUJUClI.. and the terms for summer guests very .-
Mrs. W. Branning

Jacksonville-Duval hotel. -Capt. Robt.'A. Hardee, of Sebastian, for Mlddleburg Fla. to, spend Madras :Shirting, way; down In prlco, F. if. Hoyo, Tltusvtllo. reasonable.
News stand, Union depot was In town from Tuesday until Wednesday two or,three weeks with her mother and, but way up In quality, at 11 cents.GloveKitting John Henry, The many friends. of Mr. and Mrs\ Wm. .
his friends Straight Front Corsets John II. Wynn Fort Pierce. .
greeting many Catto formerly of the Putnam hotel,
sister.Mr. regular price $1, this sale only "5 rents. I'HOSKCIJTtNO ATTOItVKY, Palatka and the United States( hotel ..
members\ ,
of ,
Friendship Chapter candidate for
y Reading notice ads are ten cents W. Toy Express Wagons, price $1.50: ; for
F J. Webb 'rltn vllle. Jacksonville will bu pained to learn of
No. 11 In theChapterroom '
this are requested to meet representative to the legislature, spent a ) ,
>line on only OJ cents at this sale. ..
Tltusvllle, on Tuesd.lYafternooD day or two in New Smyrna and Daytonathis A full-sized iron bod, spring and mattress G. A. Frost, the critical Illness. of Mr. Catto at the '
. Perkins Sanford cleans clothea. Tudor hotel Nahant, [.\8a. Mrs. CattoIs
S :30 o'clock .
: next at sharp.Dr. week. COUNTY COMMIBHIONKIIft' ,
at the exceedingly low price of$$.77. '
with her husband, who U being; attended .
-Messrs. W. J. Crayford and Fred B. B. R. Wilson reports the arrival -Mr. R. A. Conkllng, of Tlllman, Is a $:.1.00 buys a set of six: cane seat din John R. Walker, Titusvillo. by skilled physicians and trained ,

ble, of Tltunvlllp, made a flying trip of an ll>j' pound baby boy at the home candidate for re-election to the olnco of In -room chairs. J. R. !Allot tndlanola.R. nurses. His early recovery Is hoped for

Canaveral, on Sunday.Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. R. Herndon, of Mlms, county commissioner. Read his an. We have received this week a new tine A. Conlrllng, Tlllman. bv his numerous friends. throughout ",

- M. 3. Jones, jr., of Quay, spent on Wednesday! morning, May 28, 11J02.) nouncement.Mr. of Go-Carts. We can please you In price, John C. Jonas, Quay. Florida. I l I '
quality, etc. Come and see them. II. I, Klopp, Fort IMeico.J. .
m Thursday until Friday last In Tlville Major F. M, Taylor hauled out his II. Whaler, of Miami, was In Cocoa and rubber door mats. nUlls In F" Bell, White City. The Bedford Springs hotel, Bedford,

, greeting his old friends; yacht this week, for the purpose of giv town a couple of daysthis week, looking a variety of patterns, and at right prices' Pa., will open tomorrow, /Saturday: the

-Take note of the new ad. of G. T. ing her a thorough overhauling. She after his jewelry Interests He also paida bee: our stock before placing your orders.' :JtUt Instant, under the able management h

ntlng:, of St. Augustine, on our 12th has also received a coat of paint, which visit to New Sinyrma. We lead the leaders. Mull orders receive FISHING AT FORT PIERCE, of Mr. H. K: BemlM, a former managerof :

:'o. Mason's fruit jars a specialty. adds considerably to her beauty.Mr. -Emile Anthony and Marvin Pope, prompt attention. Satisfactionguaranteed. the New Rookledge hotel, Rooklodge; (

VNCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUK cures -: T. II. Sanders, of Indianola, was who have been at Stetson University! for Mr. W. B. Cross, of Fort Pierce, one of and Hotel Biscayne Miami ; but latterlythe .

,ill blood and skin disease For sale byi. ; In town from Friday until Saturday last several months, passed through: here,, Yours to nerve, the suooesMfill wholesale fish merchants manager: of the Royal Victoria and \
Tftusvlll Fla. lIe came up to attend the regular meet- Wednesday, en route to their homes at J. R. WALKER: CO.Titusvitie of the Indian River, Is a producer of all Colonial hotels, Nassau, Bahamas. A .
i. B.Screven druggist ,
lug Freemasons, which took place on West Palm Beach. They came out with Kin. kinds of fresh and salt water fish, Including very handsome booklet Illustrative and ."
-Mr. and Mrs. C. T. McCarty, of Ana Friday evening last. He comes quite a honors at the University. pompano, SpanUh. mackerel, mullet, descriptive of this resort baa been received 11'"

been attending the meet bottom lieu of all kinds at the ADVOOATB ofllce, ,
who bad distance attend "clue lodge meetings.Mr. sheophead and I
Messrs. Wade II. Jones F. J. Webb, and4pnnlsh
of the State Horticultural Society at and makes
returned home on Friday last. Chas. McCarty, who has been and O. A. Frost, candidates for county vegetables at the lowest prices, try W. mackerel a specialty, fishing;pompano outside for All the hotels at Saratoga, N. Y., will J,
this June
studying: medicine In Chicago, was a offices, have been down the river this E. Goldsmith, Titusvillo. 1 Ir Cross fleet of open earlier than usual year
these owns
-Dr. B. R. Wilson left here Saturday southbound species. > '7th a great medical convention la to be
passenger on Friday's train,, week, Messrs. Jones and Frost InterviewIng -
Captains Shaw and Spencer, government ton boats and controls others, employs
t for West Palm Beach to attend one held In Saratoga. and all the leading ho-
, en route to tile home of his parents, Mr. the various voters, and Mr. Webb
hull and boiler Inspectors passed and ship stock through.rutthecounteyt
,iis old patients, Mrs. Saunders, a for and Mrs. C. T. McCarty, at Ankona, attending court at Miami. through here yesterday, on their, way twenty-one men., ills business Is Increasing telii, Including The States,Congress Hall, ''
Union will throw their
r resident of Tltusvllle.: lIe returned where he will spend his summer vacation. and The open
'ne on Monday. -Mr. Chas. B. Hogg, a well-known from Miami. to Jacksonville.Mrs. yearly, the result of oloso personal doors to receive the medic., The Master

-Miss Genie Harris, of Osteen who winter visitor to Florida, and a friend of O. B. Die, of Tampa, a friend attention to details, and honest methods. Car Builder's Association of the United

LL AT F. M. TAYLOR'S FilOTO- has just finished teaching the public Mr. T. T. Wetmore, of this place, has of Mrs.' I. W, Halle, stopped over here a Mr. Cross has a model plant at Fort States also meet In Saratoga In June, 'd,

rapblo Gallery, Tltusvllle\ and.seeis school at Grant, came to Titusville on gone from New York to North Long short while yesterday, en route to West Plerco, which Is kept In tho best of condition and these two conventions will, It Is expected k!'

samples of Photographs, Picture Sunday, visiting with Miss Etta King Branch, N. J., for the summer months. Palm Beach to join her husband and la clean and wholesome The give a very brisk Bond-off! to the I

rames, Enlargements and, Mouldings while here. Miss Harris) left, Monday, Mr. Hogg: Is connected with the Standard stock Is packed In good: condition, and In season of 1002: at the Groat American Spa. ,
Iways something new for a short visit with her parents at Oil Co. -Mrs. Minor[ Jones and Miss\ Annie clean packages, and always gives the best "

-Little Miss Fannie Budge, who has Onteen, after which she goes to White Capt.: J. O. Walton left New York Jones, who havebeun staying with Judge of satisfaction. Mr. Cross" hall boon engaged Mr. Froth !ftterry, manager of the Royal;

with her grandparents City, to teach school at that place.Mr. for Boston this week business. Jones! nt Miami I returned home yester In the lick business In Florida. forrun' Poluctana and the Breakers, at Palm I
a stopping ,
; I Wade II Jones also returned two of them at Coooa and the Homestead hotel
day. Mr. previously Beach Kin ,
block years ;
t. and Mrs. James Prltchard, Wm. M. Brown, who has been connected with his patent pulley ,
toVlorldn sailed for
a while, left! for the home of her'' spending several weeks at Miami, look- which will probably bo on the market home yesterday. at Pnlatka. Before going Hot I Springs, Va., hits Europe "
number of In six weeks, Mrs
rate, at Miami, on Saturday luG lug after his bank and other Interests, this summer. The main hitch at present -Capt. Fred Scuttle bled himself off he the spent New a England const years for to be absent accompanied about her husband. Mr.

returned home last In the forming of a company, Is the to Canaveral the first of the week, on llahlng on Hterry
on Saturday accompanied ,
W. Scoble jr. came We old that "A
-Mr. Geo. upn mackerel, cod,, halibut, etc can Sterry!:: believes the adage
Mr. I,. C. Oliver former controlling Interest. business and pleasure bent. During his
by a resident "
Grant, on Sunday, to Capt. recommend Mr.'nuts'. method In handling Rtl\n'lInllllOilt gains no knowledge, so
In the Tltusvllle of Tltusvllle. Mr. Oliver left for the house Tltiisvillo. absence, Mr. Gco. %V. /Sooble: Jr., Is taking and the
d Scobie's place To-night, at Opera hiss. trade They are always pluoxiid.HIaim he likes to take trips to England:
week while the latin Jacksonville on Tuesday, to meet his Dear Hlr I had hU place at the flah-houito. how. other r,
'iso fora or two .-Mr. Thompson, a Is to give perfect satinfaotlon. Continent of Europe, tease
on a visit to friends at Canaveral.Mr. daughter, who has* been at school in boil on the back of my neck. I saw your -This week's Issue Is the last for pub.lishlng New York Fishing Gazette. hotels Are managed, and to get new Ideas.
Georgia; and Mr. Brown. returned to Miami "Around the World in 80Minutes should follow
- W, R. Sanders one of Indlanola's the same afternoon.My entertainment, Drevard. County's dellriguant tax Many other hotel men Mr.
mlnent orange groweis, came up ton ," and I laughed so much the list In the ADvocATE:, and on Monday RAILROAD /Sterry's: example,

on Friday last, to attend the regu- Dear Mr. Thompson had a severe boil) broke. Thanks for the cnre. Yours next, at the Court-house door will be QUAYS SELL A Hed Lion Inn at Stockbrldge '
The ,
Masonic meeting, and to assist in glv: toothache, and was going to the truly, William Bunion. sold the lands of all those who have fail Mass. under the able management Of Mr.

the Rev. J. G. Black Ills second deft dentist to have my tooth pulled. WhenI -Mrs. M. A. Curtis, of Eden, passed ed to pay their taxes. A communication to the ADVOOATB a Allen, T. Troadway, a former popular
to the house I I'd that Senator M. S.
in Masonry. came Opera thought through here, Sunday, en route to Washington -Mr. f. A. McDonald, of Miami, has few days ago, nays manager of the New 1 took! lodge: hotel, 1ItooklodK" .\
in. After of of tho Men-
go hearing' one your songs and Naples N. Y. for the sum of the Dade, Q lay and Richard Quay, son hotel
the Fla.
chairmanship a .delightful ,
resigned very
Gruber and G. Q. ,
-Messrs. M. E. and a joke the pain vanished and has nor, and Don Cameron, on the :24th/ Instant
mer: Mrs. Curtis' many friend are County Democratic Executive Committee which now, as for many ;years past, .
ohm, who took In the tights of the not returned since. If I get the tooth transferred their holdings In the '
pleased to see her at Eden every much to the regret of Ills numerous caters In the most acceptable manner for
irlestoa exposition last week, return- ache again I to show. Re- Castle Electric Railway Company,
to WIllf.Q your winter, where she conducts a -very cozy.homelike friends. We understand resignation New an exceedingly: desirable class of guests.The ,. 'I
home 'Saturday evening. Owing and theLawrence
spectfully, Kum. To-night, at the Electric Light Company
indisposition of Mr. Gruber since his the Opera house, Tltusvllle. hotel, the Netherby.Mr U caused through the state of Mr. Mo. Gas Company to a company of Inn Is now provided with passenger ,t .

urn, one would judge that the gait; anj Mrs. II. Jennings and bright Donald's health. Mr. 'V. A. Filer !bas capitalists, (healed, by Junes farming, of elevator, electrla lights In all rooms and
somewhat out o' the -Rev. J. G. Black: attended the regular of Tibbals and Mrs. E. taken his place. electric bells, .hot water, heating: iI1
y traveled was little son, Lano, ; New York; M. A, Verner, of Plttuburg, J .
,inary.- Lake Worth News. meeting of Indian River Lodge: F. A M. Saylor and brother, Mr. A. Saeger, of Opera house, Tltusvllle, this even. and Myron T. Herrlok and B. F, Miles, open replaces I and the Is best sanitary of the \ I;.
A. M. at their lodge-room, Stockbrldgo one
bad been visit to' plumbing.
Ankona who on a
Ing at eight o'clock.-John Thompson, of Cleveland:
-Mr. James L. Mobley, the painter, on Friday last when he was initiatedInto most charming resorts In the entire "
1 quite a painful accident on Thurs- the second degree of Masonry. Mr. Tampa, Orlando and Avon Park, stopped Dear Sh'wall all run down couldn't The price paid, was j,000XK: ( The Berkshire country. It has unexcelled ,\ .' '
over here a short while on Wednesday, get rest, had that tired feeling. I heard rall..ayl1no.. will be made part of the J
. He painting the window cart little later take and and a
/ was Black will come up a to all roads bar bicycling driving: ,
en route home. They were glad to entertainment "Around the Mahonlng Valley, between
In the house when a of of the about your l'onnsyl8nllIInll .
Opera puff his third degree: when due notice superb IH-hole golf course "
be on the East Coast again. Cleveland and Ninety
the World In 80 Minutes, being a sure cure 1'lttsburg.
id struck him, throwing him from date will be given all members of the hotel .
cold to the electric light wires ands lodge. All members of Indian River -One of the first of King Edward's for the blues. 1 took It in and am now miles are In operation. The opening of the Continental .:;
restored to health. My The local linos were built by "Senator Atlantic Beach! to-morrow Saturday,
and completely ap at ,
lIe'lu8talned some brethren coronation medals issued sold In the
to the ground. No. (H) well
Lodge as as visiting :
petite Is so enormous that the landlady William M. Drown, who void! them to the U being awaited by a large number of ,11
this ;
1 bruises which wjll confine him. to are requested to be on haad. United States, was received at office, ,I,
In to raise board. Yours truly, and Cameron. The State Treasury who will be glad of the opportunity
. bed for a few days. from New York, last week. It la a !going my Quays' people,
-Mr. W F. Greaves, general southern I being gold j circular In Hap E. Tlte. scandal several years ago drew attention to visit tilt. magnificent resort, "
-Messrs. D. S. Porter, P. H. Wright,, freight agent of the Cleveland, Cincinnati -I shape bearing. figures latedl Ie king and election at Aebreololallt; to the deal, as It wan at that time now that the hot weather U at band s
P. and Rush Wilton, Sloman Moody, Chicago and St. Louis Railway, one side, and the royal coat-of- town. follows that Hortator Quay' sent his message In Visitors to the Continental will find
Tuesdav reunited ; Mayor,
E. 1>Matthews II. Wilson, Sam Van- whose headquarter are In Cincinnati; queen the other. It be seen at and clerk W, favor of his sou to State Treasurer Jlenjamln the hotel la splendid condition and many
on may Treasurer '
stuns Col. C. C, Post; 1
, and Alex. King enjoyed a Uutchlnaon "Dear lluywnod Let of Important diameter
dlngharn :
and Mr. W. 13. general agent the ADVOCATE ofllce. Collector and Marshal A. T. Heywood Improvements an '
'cant outing on the launoh Ozone on of the Chicago & Northwestern Railway, A. Bttggett; Dick have a hundred thousand." i made The managers of the hotel have

They went to Klondike on the who makes his headquarters at Atlanta, -There has been quite change In the :\lma;-Assessor, Wesley Herrick; Councilmen and I had. a large force of bands employed on

*an beach, and enjoyed a plunge In were among Tuesday's southbound passengers office force of the F, .1'':. C. Ry., at the I, Z. Burdlck, Gun Johnson the grounds about the place recently put-

i briny deep. The Ozone Is a fast en route to Cocoa and Rock- Tltusvtlle station. J. T. Know la the L.1 H.Morrison. The people Seubreezs/: Colonel BOUGHT Af4 l. ORANGE GROVEMr. Jog It Into shape and laying out fresh' ti

inch, making the trip each way la less ledge, on short visit. They are popu day operator, P. E. Wlnstead night made a wise choice of their In electing thriving town ..-- grass plats, lower( beds, and well-laid

vn two hours. lar railroad men, and well-known to operator and P. II. Wright freight and Post as mayor sod L. C. Oliver, one of Miami's progressive walks.
agent. (1. M. Budd, of West and a better or more public-spirited to town on and embellishing of the
hundreds of citizens of baggage ; citizen came up The grading
Brown is always one would be hard to find.
-Sheriff P.
Jos. conscientious man
Palm Beach, who has been here* night Saturday last and bought; the McCormick grounds this year Is being carried on ont
watch for evildoers. About two and Mrs. Hoffman Allan, of operator for the past week, has been We tender congratulations. to the mayor orange grovs at Mlms, In the suburbs) of scale which will have an Important effect

eks ago two colored convicts, named Richmond, Va., who spent the whole of transferred to the Houtli Jacksonville of Seabreeze.: Tltusvllle It IN .a ten-acre grove In the In adding to the attractiveness of

ive Murphy and George llutclilnoon, the past winter at the Plaza hotel Rock- station, and C. E. King, who baa been There Is a prospect of Tltimvllle celebrating famous Turnbnll hammock, and It Is the resort.

lie working at the convict camp at ledge, left the Clarendon Inn. Seabreeze, freight agent Is on a visit to Osteen. I the Fourth of July this year. said to be one of the finest /groves la this An Important addition to the hotel

,ant, managed to secure a file, quietly chains Saturday last, for Jacksonville; and on received In Tltusvllle state The time drawing: near, and definite arrangements section. Mr. Oliver Is, naturally, quite which will be appreciated, however", Is
the steamer
d then tied the Reports
their boarded Clyde
Sunday, should be made. A meetingof proud of his new purchase, and as soon the building of a bowling alley
ether with a bit of string, and seizing Apache, for New York. From there Mr. that the business of Hooble: Hughes, U
should be called committees the arrives he will commence the outdoor Improvements a
citizens ; as rain Among ?
. fruit and
first burst their bonds Allan will to Asbury Park, N. the new wholesale produce
> opportunity; and Mrs go .
Va. lion appointed; arrangement made. for an excursion : fertilizing, his grove.Mr. bous for the white help, and altogether .
house at
inder and made good the ADVOCATE follows. They commission Norfolk ,
in the J. where
night, makea
south and extensions
from both the north and Oliver owns' another orange grove the new buildings !
. and increase and that they now feel
ir For several day will the visiting various a steady ,
> spend summer will '
escape. that north of .
done show
and various other things In the hammock,just striking;
' their to visit Vir- assured of Its success Mrs. Scoble and 1ItulIVllle\ t 1
,ht. Sheriff Brown has) been on resorts, and do not expect \
Insure success for the day. Some of our which he will won have (! The hotel for the summer season will ;
,11 I be suc- In the fall. As usual, daughter Miss Merle, and Mrs. Hughes :
and on Wednesday night ginia until late and their Mr. Oliver still has great of Walter Monroe Young
citizens are already a move, Improved be la charge
,dad In capturing the convicts at MIll Mr. and Mrs. Allan will be found at and sons are still In Connecticut, where uallfledhotel I
baseball the Industry In this sea snd highly
for In
before plaus call bicycle races, faith orange an experienced
will the goingto
i, while trying to make their escape he Rockledge next winter.TAVENTYFIVE they Norfolk spend to make summer their future home. game, baloon ascension, the appearance : ion of Indian River, where we have manager from New York city, to whom

the Florida keys. Yesterday WOOD CHOPPERS Scoble however; promises to spend upon the platform of all the candidates some of the finest hammock land In the the ADVOCATE referred In a former Issue.Tha ''

>ught them to Tltusvllle, and they are wanted at once. Call, or write to Mrs.few months, In Tltusvllle next fall and for public office with speeches, presenting State of Florida hotel will undoubtedly' enoy| a most
w enjoying ((1) .a rest In our county F. W. WHITE, a their Individual claims for the support prosperous season, and thousands will

I I. We understand that not one cont Imo. Roseland, Fla. winter. of the people; and a dance In the visit It during the summer, not only ."

has, so far, escaped the watchful eye Opera house In the evening. The arrangements FIRE AT JENSEN.The from Florida, but from various towns In I
Sheriff Brown In Brevard county, for Flyers. will not make themselves Georgia

33 always come back. Furnished Cottages for ICent. Bicycle, Baby or-parcel, carriers.75c. our' citizens must be up and doing, at big flsh-house of R. R. Rlcon OfSons 1

At Melbourne Beach, Fla. Enquire of Bicycle handle bars, .. l.&O. once, or let the opportunity pass. at Jensen, caught fire on. Haturday Empty: Sugar and Illce Ilarrels.-

Pineapple Growers. R. W. BKACJEAX.: 12r Selesia, grey . . , Ofc. morning and war completely destroyed. -
13j the
. Up to the time of going to press,
Leather Cement, 4>oz. 23o. Young Orange Grove for Sale.In .
We can supply with Pineapple Colored Chalk Crayons, box.. ..10.)1Is.se8' origin of the tire In. not known. I For sale. Address,
you For Sale. for A. Moons
Write , ,15fl. The property was Insured 3OOOjbllt WALTER ,
rapping Paper In any quantity. lace stripe hose the south part of Brevard county, and
the stock cost about il,000, 8 George St., Charleston, 8. C.
for prices / G. E. Coos, An Ideal home on Indian River; about C. A. GAKD.XEU, Tltusvllle, FI. abutting the Florida East Coast Railway, building and figures, tl,280.

Jensen, Flaw seven acres of land; good house, paintedand a 2-year old grove, consisting of trees Mr. Lawrence Haynes) of Jacksonville' 'I:

In good repair fruit trees, shade Horse for Sale In Brat-clans. condition-800 oranges, 100 I stopped over here from Tuesday. untilIVedneealay DraY.II". ,,

Wanted. tropical shrubs and flowers. A grapefruit; 100 tangerine orange and 100 when he left for Jensen, to
White Man trees ,
Young ,
never failing spring of pure water. Price One sorrel horse HI hands high, nine kumquats. Located In Seo. 6, Tp. 34, It I Investigate the cause of the fire, etc. Dray Ing or banHng:;all kinds promptly I J

moderate, good reasons for selling. For years old, perfectly sound and gentle. 4O. if you want a nice young grove, this attended to. Meets all trains. Stovewood 'j
Wanted, a young white man pad. address, Suitable for plow' saddle or buggy. Call will suit you. Prices for next BO day., .
farther particulars, DUPONT
One with experience: pre' McCAHTT DUY TOUR '
aeapples. address '2 oo.00. C. T. ,
Jim W. C., on or e IiADLxr: Tltusvllle.
and : ,
"red. Address G. E. A1fDREWl Tlbbals, Fla., Care ADTOCATB, Tltusvllle, Fla. 8. W. CABKotL, Titnnllle..M.m Aokona, Fla. A Mlddleton'*, save freight


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Pont put hid. band under bill coat at his LIVING IN LONDON.It GENERAL DIRECTORY.

DhA IJJJh1! -:- hip and drew a revolver. ASPHALT GRAVEL ROOFING.!

fan "1 have come 200 miles." be said, "to 1. :Mot a> Oo cd Ifilaee For s Ct.., of. V. ...LASl OFFICE.H. .

r fight this duel au4 am in no mood to be Small' Income. B.! Cbnbh, t' .............. ........ ....Regleter ,
Nrl \ disappointed." An American who In tbe classical W.U. ItublniKin.. .., .lUoeiier.Uttloe .

I' umJtiiO1 I took him aside, explained the situation language of bis country Is 411 present *at G..areevme,Fl..orida.U. GUARANTEED FOR 10 YEARS. GOOD FOR 28 YEARS.

and bogged him to accept of my.l'rvlcE's. "located" In London wants to know .0. 8E A.TOR8.
i consented, and I loadedthe J. P.'P.'rallaferro ..... .. .... .... ... Jw ...nv1\1e.\
iJ giNr:5SmaC.XPe : whether any city in tbe world III'quite B. K.1I1..Uol'1.. ... .. ......,... .. ... .,Fanaaoola.V WITH NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS.
pistols with ball cartridges. LIndsley .
town. lIe bus
to niggardly' as our e. CONGRESSMEN.Robert .

-Iii t though pale as a ghost and trembling I been going tbe round of the London : W. D vU.....,..,.. ...... .... ..J-alntka)
In every limb stood bill groundtill I restaurants and bus encountered In the B. .M.Bparkman................ .. ... ..Tampa..
r his second was, about to bllOl1''' him management of them a spirit which FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. The Carder-Campbell: Company]

i v his weapon when suddenly without distresses him. "There la, to begin E. N. rimlch. Palm Heb....., ... ...Senator. ,
i / t\ warning be turned and fled. Tbe captain with," he says "a charge of ,from two.penco K. Itaulenon, Fort Fierce.. .Rpn.Mnt. ..UYe.

i J D with terrific Ire In his eye followed EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.Wm. .
l w ii QtIMwvgmA4, tvKte.alfL o him firing as he ran till be was to sixpence for guarding your Jennings, .,......". .. .. ...Oovemor. Shack No. 1, Foot of Wain Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
bat and cout In the cloakroom and n
H. Clay Crawford ...... ,....Secretary of Suite /
out of sight. Tbe pursuer, however tip !In addition Is expected. You want , Ir.l Wliltnulil,.. ,..,.. Tnwmiror.Win. -Southern Selling Agents for-
bent,on winging him got in six shots H Lamar,.._. .... ... ..Attorney-General.
to wash your hands another twopence .., Instruction.U .
W. N.IIhe.. .. Supt. Public
which hit In the
i one of Lindsley thigh or another sixpence and another tip. E. MoLIn ...... .CommlMlouer Aicilmiltura.Alonn.C. WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND and WARREN'S CRESCENT BRAND GRAVEL
'. and lamed him for life. ("Croom........ .. ..... ..,Comptroller, .
IBuilding} You take tbe menu and behold '
ups jutant General.
J.Clifford R.Foster..Ad
b.X.PtAhtnar ln'1.1V I took my two principals back to there Is an Intimation that a charge of John Hrartrorii. .. ..,,, ....'...Burveor- neral. ROOFING. Cabot's Sblngle Stains and Deadening Felts National Paint
; town. On tbe outskirts we were met StateChemist..
R. E.
by the veterans, who had beard of threepence each person will be'made Ito'm( .;.t TallabUHMM;; ,Florida. Works Structural and Technical Paints.
under the guise of 'table money. TIle '
tbe affair and SUPREME COURT JUDGES. I
were coming posthaste
to itop .it. When they learned of tbe charge varies! According' to tbe nature M H. Mibry..yc. ... ..."...... ....Chief Justice. DERONDE'S uLYT ITE" COLD WATER PAINT.
1 of the place. Threepence la the lowest F.H.farter..._....... ... .. .Anoolat Juatlce.
Up aNevispz.per, result they, took father and son to and sixpence perhaps the average. Ata ...1".Taylor... ..........,. .... -- .-- -. ------ -- --
breakfast" and entertained them so
great many restaurants It la i slill- RAILROAD COMMISSIONERSH.
royally that their angerwas soon turn- .E Day t htlrman..... ... .......Galnenvllle HANNE.E3ROSa:
..d' to laughter. Hug and In at least two that I have visited I J. L. Morgan. .. ... ,... ... .... ........JoBper.
Is. Gd. The only difference Is J. >f. Bryan., .. .. .. ,.... ,.......Kl alnllu.....
-- Lindsley never returned to tbe town that in the lower priced restaurants It John L.Neeley.Jr., clurlc. .... ....Aroaula..
F. A. MITCUEL. Jie.'quarteralo"d. olllue at Tallahassee, Flu
I (Orl Inaij Is called 'table money' and In the high. Wholesale

Old Major Du I'ont was a remarkably Voice to Or. ... er priced ones placed under the captivating Minor CIRCUIT. TitnuTille CO..U1tT.......Circuit Ju
quiet man, very gfiHleniatily and! A knowledge of the physiology of the heading of 'convert.' To my J. It. Degas. Orlando, ...ProeeoniingAttorney.

( d r polished In bin! manners. Born and bred human larynx bus made It poBNlble to mind, an entrance fee frankly demand Fall M\.rlnICTern-Fourt"\ firm-Fourth-Monday Monday In November.April. Brewing Company's St. Whiskellllt'',.

In Louisiana, be was a typical creole. supply artificial voices to persons who ed at the door would be much less offensive BREVARD COViMTT cCtJBT.A. Louis Beer. Keg Trade .T

1 Be had served in the Confederate army have been deprived of the one nature than to find yourself naked: at 1'enney... .. ..'.. ...........County Jiulfte. '
With distinction, but when be lay dawn gave them and a number of cases ex the end of a dinner to pay for the trouble denies E. Andrews' ,.. .".ProstcutluR; Attorney. Our Specialty.. .. '
..... .. .., Clerk. .IiiiiiI.ouse
and of cleaning the cut. A.Jo. County .
a bin sword lie did HO with a good grace. tat where the cavity has been opened expense up : Spring Term-Second Monday In May. E

Wben I knew him. he was about nert>utyflvo and a larynx made of suitable material lery you have used." Bummer Term-Second outlay In August.

years of age and. though feeble with rubber membranes bill been Ills conclusion of the whole matter ID Winter Fall Term Term-Second-Beuond Monday Monday In November.'In February. 1S346 "to 125"0."VV"cs't A.daD1s: S1rcc1eJ' ; ;

managed to hold himself. erect. lie removed inserted and become practically useful thnt "London lives by Imposing a fixed
1 to the north not long before this. lu spoecb. tariff on the accessories that In every ,COUNTY SCHOOL, BOARD.R. A.Oa.ScN"V"XLLE":: : FLA.

when he was too old to adopt northern other city 1 have ever been to are .Member K. Minis,!Superintendent..5..lioneventnre.J, M. Dlxon chairman Tltupvillo; .

customs. II..IT. thrown in gratis" and bet thinks that R.f'I.'! Andrew,Cocoa[ C V.Platte,Sort I'lerce.COUSTIT .

TTiero came to town one' Edgar Linda- "Soy the girl's father culled trots: being gentleman/ Is one of the most COMMISSIONERS. IF YOU WANT A...

ley, who 'settled ltims4lf, to establish a .above stairs "this Is an unearthly haul expensive l profcsalons an Englishmancan Walker, chairman' Tltuavllle; John R. .
newspaper called The Spy. Ills idea ofgetting for that young man to be here llaryl""You're have. lie declares It to IK? an utter ; Mlot, Indlnnola; R. A. Confcllnp, Tlllnmiit. ;John
right.. responded the young G. Jones, Wondlayi; J. Frank Hull, Wl.lte ('11.1.
delusion that London Is
p up circulation was in rootingup n cheap Regular sessions are held ant Monday tu each
skeletons supitoxed to exist la peo man, who had Just been accepted; "th place to live In. "For the poor "man," montti. .Building Lot

ple's closet or selecting some ludefenllilu hour Is unearthly sure enough; It'i. be says '"the man whose l Income !Is less BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.A. .. ,

porxou Tor attack. Casting About elmply heavenly!"-Philadelphia Rec than !800 a yenr. there la no city where D. Penney Tltnuvllle: .....,County. Jmlpe.Jiu. .

r for a ,victim be lighted on Major Du *I'd. less cnn be had In the way of comforts A.A.. E.Stewart Andrews, Tituaullle.TltuHville.\..;.:.....':..County Fro* Clerk AU'y., or a lot-with a BUILDING: READY FOR OCCUPANCY,

I'ont. A aeries of HO fiillcd funny articles und oven the necessities, of life*. In J. F.Vnoten, COCOA...... .. ...Tax AflpK. .. ...r.
Stops the Cough :. w. H.ill.Tltnsvllle. ,... .. ,...Tax I"nll..tor. LAND FOR AN ORANGE, GROVE,
r was begun In the paper the subject and works pl'f the Cold. New York It Is only tile luxuries that F.; H:Hove, Tltusvllle ". ....... Treasurer. .
of wblcii was an old man facetiously cost The expenses( of everydiy living R. E. lli".. Honavei'ture.... Supt I'uli. ln.t.T. : PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN
called General Tin Bridge Laxative Dromo-Qulnloe Tablets oure a limy be III f-rcut or ns .small.. us onecares <>. Fries. TI nsTllle, ".". .. County.. SurvejorJ.F. ,
.... .
whose southern Idlusyucrusles worn! oold In ODe day. No Cure, No Pay. to make them. New York. In TJ.CocIt.Hrun.Tllnvllle huttLaOrange..RerletratlonOnuer Hhorlir, We probably have for sale just "what jou are veeklng.
I'rloe 25ots. .
held up to ridicule., tact Is laid out for the poor man. TITUSVILLK TOWN COUNC'IL.J. ,. bottlers me Hocking In but still there is room. It you are

Uu the morning of publication- the Hill In Co..*...... I'Yoiu .tlie Iriiiirtiiurtatlun system to the Tr. Dlxnn mayor'R. E. Minis ,11''., insrshul
first article a self constituted 'commit The wards "baa Introduced a bill In price of much fundamental charges on and tnx' collector! W. B. Krniiiilnpr, clerk nndtifaanrer ) looking this way, drop a line' to '

tee of civil war P'.eseesairJohn Huron a. (}. VHIIlaniltnphani R.- E' INGRAHAM ardVlce-Preildent
Spy office to protest. They found the usually sound much larger fuel, tnent bread milk: und fruit, almost and J. L. Carruthers. councilmen' JAS. ,

editor lingering a note from ,the major than their ordinary meaning warrants. everything conspires to bring him The ouunoll meet lint Tuesday lu each mouth, 11 LOR IDA EAST COAST R'Y,

demanding a published! apology.or u t.Isfacllon. In order properly to estimate the valueof In a good return for a very small onto TITUBVILLF. BOARD OF TRADE ...
O. M. Robbing prenldent .*. M.Dixon, trafl*. ST. A A'JQTJSTINE FLA.
Ill The "vets" urged the editor the introduction of a bill one must 'lay. All these things are cheaper' In urer. J.n. Hast secretary. Meets M ilnemlay .
to apologize bnt he refused pointblank remember that of 12,000 or 15,000 measures New York tuuu In London."__London night In each month at their' room*. --------- -- -- .--- -- ------- ----------------------

ff and they retired for conference' Introduced a few hundred only .Chronicle. FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS.: ..........................

Llndsloy, thinking that he could make are jiasHeU. As for proposed amendments Indian River Lodge, No.DA,bolds Its meeting '
capital by a sham duel with the major to the constitution the Infant For Those Who Live on Farms. the M oond and fourth Friday evening or each .
consented to hlui. Dr. Bergln, Pans III. writes: "! have month at their lodge room near court house, ..r..
meet Intending that ,
mortultty among them la appalling. at 7:30: o'clock p. m. J, R.. Walker, W. M.| : For $3.20 )i .r{ fJ:4: Full
used Ballard's Liniment Quarts :
his second, one of his employees, should Each- now congress sees .score or ;,. always f.A, Morgan,Seo'y. C
,4 recommend It to friends I
gee that the weapons were loaded with my as am con
blank moro of proposals for a "sixteenth fident there Is no better made. It Is n ORDER OF EASTERN STAR 9 OP THE CELEBRATED 7-YEAR-OLD .
cartridges. Meanwhile the -
veterans ,amendment to the conotltutlon.' : We No. hold Its
dandy for burns. Those who live on Friendship Chapter' meetinn:
'YS mo"'eUI) their minds to go the half doubtless. nettle time have such a farms are especially liable to many accidental Tltnsvllle. on thearet'ruw.larlneaehmonth

next day to Llndsley ,and give him the thing, yet three amendments, all of cuts, burns and bruises, which and the third !Tuesday In each a3 month 0o'clock>i p.7 in.:: ;i i Calhoun Pure Rye WhiskeyWe !

. choice between an apology and leaving which were cunsetitieiK-en of a great I heal rapidly when Rallard's Snow Liniment o'clock p, m. The f.'llowlng are the officer of
the lodge Mrs. (}. M.Robbins, worthy matron
the town. That night I received a note! chll the changes Is applied. It should always be ( i
war represent only Dr.' H. R Wilson worthy patron; Mrs.' B. It.
,r from the major asking me to meet him kept In the house for callel of emrrRenoy.25ots Wilson. MSocUte matron; Mr. F. A. Morgan chip In Plain Packages, no mark to Indicate content, which will, .
made lu the constitution since the
presidency .. ...old.U ooratnaac. When you eat it and test it. If It la not .
.... .. .
treat *.1'1.' It. lrmrhngeour.
at 0 the next morning in a large field of Thomas Jell'l'l'Non.-Youtb' r>0ct and $1 at B. K. Wilson diSon's Kat Stewart romliiarienttj" Ma aerretaryiMlsn JntnA a ISA it Hi our expmxfl and your$3.20 will be cheerfully f'\Jotul'D\ .

just outside the town. Huirhen, ..'."'.'f'.on 'nvtress. )Zlrs. O. W. Boolilt ** a. good. any$5.00 good in the market. W* are cloia :at band and can glve
Upon toy arrival on ,the ground, I CumpanlnwTO -. Adah ; M.... J, R. Wit ker'Ruth; M...., F. A. PA' jrauqulcknr' delivery than distant louses. We have been doing bt inena .
COMPLETLU[ I HKOvERaS. Morgan Esther Mr.1. I. rurriithrr' Msrth f and at the amatand for 2O ream, and a* to our reapounibllltr
knew for the first time the object! of CVIiffi A COLD IN OMB! DAYfake -- :II...>. T. T. Wotu; ore, Ma"hall I Alias TnmlleHtewart. .. r'% and rt-puticlou for honest dealing refer you to any bank or merchant here .
Laxative Bromo Qulninj Tablets. 6lecta.A : US' or to the aaivur of this paper.
I used
my coming every effort to pud- I
"Labor ovcrpometh all .
fy 'the! major anu ihiune Llndsloy. bnt All druggists refund the moo 11 If,It fallstoeare the luborcr.! things. 'veu SOLOMON & LEVI, .

without success. 1 begged the major E. W. Grove's signature Is ou 9 19281930 First Ave. P. o. Box 33 Ala. .
eaoh boy 2/1ot/ "Only that which Is honestly got III l CheAp Indian River Home. ,
j to penult me to take his place, but now Kill;" tbH, rent IM velvet. dB Onmpnnx NOTICe," hut;-W.e par xprem. .:rharirn; *:::'all point reached: br.the "Bonthorn tn KxpnM' .,
that he felt aggrieved at the propoMl. uicomiumlM w prapnr nnly polnu
Moody sad the Questionable Book. "iKiioriince I ,In, tbe mother of Impudence ThU place I consists. of ncres J BBS wli r"Biiiitherii. .rothergaod.onspplteahou Bind, other wimpanv. W* cannot ship .
tlon. Then I was let Into the secret of Some asked the late t31j O.O.D. l'rleell.t( Wb n wrIUnii pl!HMI wen lion tbla .
no fntlirr Is nuiiied. mile north of Fort I'ierre. Four
lfule Manghbook ; acres
the blank cartridges. This I only added .
/ Moody hnd read a are' cleared and fenced, and there are ,
to JUT dilemma. I dared not tell uiy lie replied. : "No: I believe there In will :: ,OO) bearing: pineapple plants on the ......80..CO.....
not cry. but Its parents will.
principal that the affair was) a sham. 1 .
poison In It. At least t have beard BOon place There are 2>1| acres ready to set - -
-- ----- --
concluded that it mtiRt go on and would rood authority" The friend sold i U ukln to love. but kinship in. orange trees and pineapples. The -

call Llndslcy to account for It after But wouldn't! It be well for you to does, not ahvii.vw Hlgnlfy friendship. remaining nlneacrenis good pineappleland cHA.s. :E3xC: ::Mr: :: cow
ward. Lindsley who was the biggest/ read It for yourself?" "No," said Mr. \VUnte'er Is best administered Is and a portion of it good for trees. < ,

fool I ever knew still Imbued with the Moody "If I take poison in my stomach best earn the! one who, admiuistef rs.' It h4 a frontage on Indian Kiver. The SIT, .* lUG \v. .78t.. JACKSONVILLE. "'* FLA.
idea that he was laying the foundationfor "Employment" brings.. enjoyment" best wdilding site !la on a high elevation
the doctor hits to come with a
a newspaper, was very chipper. stomach to take It out.Vh when It brings fit. menus to enjoy. overlooking the river, the town,
pump )
and< the Indian River inlet. There Is .
The principals) were' placed' "back to flhonld I take poison In my mind!? 1 "I'oiweKHlon lit nine points of the no house on the p re in I sea. 4

back and instructed to advance flvpaces might never! be able to get it out,"- law" and frequently till the. profits. Fort Pierce Is a division point on the FULL ,
then turn and Ore one shot the ". Florida East Coast Railway and placeof a 4k Full,.
;Mnrrtiret Hottome In Ladles' How \ man who will not lice will make It 1
shots to be thus ('onUmlt'd'tlll tbe revolvers Journal his tars tire" litit what If bin foes I lie some importance, with good prospects .

were emptied. The major stepped in.idc of__ the_ sit_ iii.. metjilt"livery for future' development. There t
oUt with dignity but w.lth; the In. n' nnn m. nH' lire stores of all kindsseveralchurches, EXPRESS .EXPRESS
y man for himself. and the dp\ z :
flrmlty of age. Lindsley. unseen by bit GIRL WOMENta uchool poutoflloo.\ telegraph cube etc.: PREPAID
II take the hlnduioHt. IH the of PREPAID .I'
opponent with whom he was back to cry This place will make a fine home and

back, grinned from ear to car lifting The general standard of measurement those who nre WI.1In\ front. capable! of being made quite a rlanta- it' ZOt

bin legs very high and lowering them for womanhood is "grown-up-ness." "A wise: lOUD Is moved from bin tion. Five hundred orange ant ,

with his toes pointing) to the ground. In When a girl is emancipated from school coursi. neither by force nor entreaty," fruit treesmid IU'lOuO' pineapple plants $4 20 4i .e
and arrives the of can be plaoedonlt. Kineflalifng.huntiirg .
at dignity trailing but the Hume often applies to a mute s .e .e
a farcical manner. The first shots had skirts and elaborate hair she is I and fiyaterinor In the immediate vicinity. -
been delivered, of course without effect looked upon as dressing "It Is hard to pay for bread that has Fort Pierre is headquartersfor 4k fury p 6 QtS

_ and the! principals were taking their a young woman. 'N > been eaten," but not BO hard as to get hunting; fishing and sports general ; . Ii

places for the second when the'Bound But nature bread to eat that bus not been piiid !ly. Price,$1,500.whichlm, very cheap. '

of a galloping horse was heard, and n knows nothing for For full inforirinlloii Address, Doz.I H $450

man, reining up, threw himself to the of such stand j y "In matters of taste there can be no C. T'. SIcCAHTY, : -

t ground, climbed a fence and hurried toward ards. When the dispute'. for every man Is so firmly Aukona, Brevard County, Fla. DELIVERED FOR

us."You womanly function convinced that there la no standard by J2 QtS
young/ rnscall"I! said the major. womanhood is established which his. taste can be measured.. I (> A hero Chance. $12 <<
"How did you know of this? Your is attained ac de ,'. Matthewtnan In Era. W $ goo

mother has IlIl'orml' Gentlemen, cording to her II 10-100 acres, RliO feet frontage on

permit DIP to present'.. niy sou. Captain standards and The Itoet Prescription for Malaria Indian and Banana rivers. 11011! to 700ritrui Agents for the 1.ahMt Co.

Un I'ont of tho United States army." there is need of rhlllx'nnd Fever Is a bottle of, Grofe'a trees, about half coining into Ilrewluur
.. .. ,
womanly care bearing oranges tangerines, --- -- --- - -- - - -- ---- ----------
"I nui plciixed to meet you gentlemen Tasteless Clilll Touio. It Is simply Iron grape
," inld the man: a handsome: fellow and caution. It I and quinine In tasteless. form] No fruit kiiinquato, <3 bearing mangoes,

of thirty Jn,1, I am delighted to Is girlish ignor Cure, No Cure. PrloejOctl./ :3 hearing avocniloes", J4OnO bearing 1) P P Theytemporarily
have ance or neglectat pines[ !, fits to.iOll bearing guavas,besides on take t lis cure constipation
arrived In the nick of Umo.
thi t f. critical grapes, ban a nail.perRI m III 011 S, a nil rllery by agitating the
CtoInK to his father he embraced. I Ills Fall.
time which often of
about l.OOUsoiir orange trees ready
him with emotion. Customer understand that ,your bowels but regular action cannot:: be secured until the liver
Then to results in
turning long bud few
to a peach trees,3acresveget
secretes tile!!
: enough : to m.-'ke the Intestines
the party, he said: years of after chef has been discharged. able land Much artesian well large execute their natural 1 Unnatural .
"Now, gentlemenfi\ us proceed with misery. Winter Yes. sir lIe baa gone to apiece wharf drive well soft water S-room :: agitation cau'rj YC i.'.:artlcs Ml;
this affair. I represent my father Mother who wbere they call him a cook.Judge. .- I dwelling,store building packing house continual. anti Increasing doses to
perceive the evidences tool house, warehouse! 2-ton ice box
who though he Is us brave ns (ever has attain the resuks. n
of funs :2 acres of poultry yard. Fruit this
not the eyesight for "
a tional derange- The word mile" la.derived from the year will bring 300 to $tO(). Rent COJ:1peISI
_ The
major vainly endeavored to retain meat in young girl should promptly Latin "milIt-." A thousand.; .\ thousand from vegetable land will kl't'p lip rot'.... ,
the tlefeuxe of his own honor lie have them begin the use of Dr. Pierce' 1', A. ts the
paces of a marching soldier made the .{ MChLLAN'1 on
had dominated} his son for many yearn, Favorite Prescription. It establishes, reg. 4. liver
the and tones old Rumen tuile. | cures ChIllsand
but now their relative strength was ularity tranquilizes nerves
the whole Eiti's Fever and form of
reversed. The young man put the older up system. every
_ aside.. renpectfully. but flrmly. "My trouble .tarted during: my girlhood," Spring: Allm' Dade County Land I'or Sale. Malarial DKIous.Remitting. and Intermitting -
write I bites Flora I. Creer. of 107 How. Street, -
"The weapons gentlt'men-the weapons Akron. 0.. "hut did not prove acclaim.until ifcoj.frrom There U an aching and tired feeling; Fevers and, ty going to the seat of the

!" said Captain Du Pont Impatiently. Buffered. that at time. I monthly did not pcruxl aw a with well day.terrible. I the liver, bowels and kidney become For sale! ,cheap, the northeast quarterof trouble works permanent cure.
southeast of section 8. township
( quarter
Then picking up one of the revolvers hea. >lache. Irritation of the gone. and pain. in sluggish and Inactive, the digestion Impaired close\ FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE
:3d south of 41 cant to
he pointed It at the trunk of my herla I hid eurenewi tlwoiiKn my hips andovariea with little or no appetite, no range ;
all the time ami eunntant backache.One ambition for and feeling that O. K.Vood'. pineapple plantation on
anything, a
a tree aud pulled the trigger. There doctor would tell me on. thing ailed me,
another aomethlnw altogether the whole body and mind needs toning St Lucie River40; acre.. H. II. WILSON JC; SOX.
:was 110 sign of bullet 0'o:7 .
a bole. lie fired but they relieved me. I then wrote up. The trouble is, that during the winter Also the northeast quarter of northeast =---------- -
again. Still there was no scratch. you and fuilowedyour..tvkw.. I took five bottle there baa been an accumulation of quarter of section IS, township 3$, ---
Xmptylnff: all the barrels of Dr. ilerce'a Favorite Prencrlption, four of south of 41 east south fork of
ho threw Golden Me lical IJinoovery' and five vial of waste matter In the system. Her bine range ; on
down the weapon relief.. Hun. not had a "rinijle' symptom of will remove It, secure to the secretions a St. JLacle River; 40 acres. Apply! to JOB PE.nTTHTG

"Gentlemen," be said In no uncertain my old, and trouble eat .:iJ"and. Can lutaUatfal aleep goad food wito-workhard. right exit and by Its tonic effect! ,. folly Cu.' .... II. WALTOX,

tones "tbese pistols are not loaded out dUlma" restore the wasted tissues and give! you Titnsvllle, Fla OF ALL KINDS

;rtta ball ortrhl etI." Dr. Pierce' Pleasant Pellets cleanse the strength Instead of weakness. GOo at II. j .

t' AJ1 stvCKl i Jrresolgte. Captain.. Da bowel and stimulate. the sluggish liver. R, Wilson ft Son's drug store. The ADVOCATE doe Job printing. ADVOCATE. PRINTING OFFICE. .

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COAST ADVOCATE, MAY: 30 19&%. 7 \

, '
[' professional Oards.r Notice. Acoonllng to the lust PVIIHIIH, t'afhl T.. Mora of Anlmnla.' ..'

da's expcrleuct'v'with ho dlvt>rt't evil It may be questlonod whether ani. ..

r M. ROBBINS, XTfCE19HEREII' GIVEV: THAT (W TilE tins nn yet I lx>i>iS l'UIIIIIIII'lItl'pl..Ihtht.. Dials. have any conception of morals lllW, ,
1IIh: tla
/ .*., of June 1"-. the uD.le"IIe.,1|
I will apply to the governor for letters patent i The rfturim whoxv thnt the province of us we understand the term but in R "
upon\ thu charter 1 It would certainly seem A good looking sborseand
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR appearliiK" helnw.iKOHMB ) Quebec has onl.v tlilrt.vomniuU'H, andtwentyMevt'u genornl): dense poorhrok-
( 1'. PA1U>IIMX, i
that they have. Ill the social 81'nMl'Ult're tug harness la the "
Fat XK E. HI>:M>, feiujih'H wlium iiltirrliiKi
AT-LAVrM' worst kind t'f' a oem.
J. n. t'OWRAD.HKn. is no doubt as to the ntmwcr. To binanoa t 'I
and : At. RonniNS. ties hove b't' broken by the court. well limtiuici' the ant
practice la State United States take a known ,
Will Court. Ontiirlo has 111 111:1 lea nud IIS fpuiulf fit 111113' have evolved most oompllcn. Eureka .

CHARTER. Tile Northwest 'IVrrltorU'it hove U and! .
ed social ..3'lItemvbh.'h uppnrc-ntl "
Office at TITUSVILLE, FLA. Harness OIl' ).
These i Artlolea WttnenKeth That the under- 1U rf' ''|">ctlvply. Manltoliii: IS and 17. works to f'l'rt'ctlon.11111 that la more'

iiiwe slKiiBil of have forming.aasucluteil a Corporation| theinwlvea under for the the general pun / l Prlnof Kdwnrd! Islnnd !r. and u). Nova than can be mild for any liuinun syitcin. .. not horse only fcjo makes* taller thehmmeeandthe but nmliM tow I f :!

D.L.. OAULDEN, DOu. oration law of tha State of Florida. Scotia 4l 1111.1l'W: : Krunnwlck, 1 In order, cleanliness, care of of. Ivatuor voft ditlou nnd nllubln last-twlo",|Mil ttlncnmHorse as lone \;

ARTICLE I. l ] cud 1.. Ui'ltlslilAilumLiIu, n:: and 37. nl 1III'lng. provision for future wants nod j i/, us ii ordinarily would.I .
ATTOHNEY-AT-IAW, Dogmalic- 1 B IA mwrwMm is e.-NI I"'I.
The name of the ()II'poratIOlAhall he the EarLoant most entirely In111... nnd t'urllioa. and! military discipline no civilized\ society I kd. er I j

In all the Courts of the Stat Lumber and Supply Coiupanv. Its prlno. can compare with Iheh'''. They are ''i STANDARD ( ,
Will practice pal office\ will he at Ka.f rtallio, HrevurU county, Yukon 28 and 18. In UU-HP lust two / .
ot Florida, and the . Tlttnvllle, Fort Pierce and aiauoli other pl".aaa provlnws the proportion IK mutt the their slaves with every Ulmlnews, and (1 ;-,1,
1.U Box. may be iloomeil ailvlsuiilo' biKhoKt. and tills la attributed by tin Give v '
(consideration<1 tin warrior ants defend i! 7 "

J: WEBB ARTICLE II. Canndluns to the large influx of AmorICUIIH then) In time of danger Your (( ; u4r" "''//1';,

Il The general nature of the bimlnonfi to be tram lit search of gold.! Montrenl tins Another excellent ernttiplo Is fin ,
acted, will be the trailinu ID lumber and nullilnnnuppllon ..' PeopleAre 1l I
eATTORNEY.ATLAW of every <.lo i-riptl\,\\'I'r. During summer a yl ,'.1
miinufitatiire and all other branches luoiiluntt life but at the. ""
women, n reinnrliihli> record It lends 11 1 solitary nipronvh Chance 1(
la the Courts of the 7th to roregolog) bimlnens. often capableof
Will practloe and Toronto hue but fourteen of the< of winter communities are ,
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-rcBldent ARTICLE 11[. doing injury to formed, building operations coiumeiuttores ,

and rents and accounts collected. The authorized capital stock In 2flooo, dvIMoil less positive people the very emphasis one and sixteen of the other are laid up us soon ns the dwellings -
into 2I\C1\ har... of 11\110 eiioh., All stink of their affirmation making up for lack
Trrr/sviLLK FLORIDA. shall be paid. for In lull.. before certificates inane of argument and want of evidence. The: qunrterly bulletin Issued by thNew < are eoulplt'lt'll,a lid every individual
tint real entate, lumhor and dtea deal
In by the Company, may bo purohueoli\ and 1rnld And the worst of all dogmatists are VorU state labor department covering of the community recognizes clearly;

D. PENNEY for with e"IltI&l.k' ..t.. J".t valuation of the those doctors who, back to some that the Interests of the family and< Biliousness
: ,
A property bought which shall be aced by the dl- old dogma of the schools: Insist that the lust three months of 1101 the colony come first.! In their family;
rectory o' the Company at a meeting called for
contains Information
some timely
all medical
Hiicli piiriHme. certain patients are beyond life they in common with ninny other

ATTO KNE -LAW, help because forsooth their diueasea which tuay be of interest to the.conn Animals, offer nn example which might .
ARTICLE IV. "1 have used your valuable FLORIDA are beyond the limited medical know try ut large It show that there was well be copied not only by savages but and and than pert....,. Couldn't do
The Corporation will exist for a term oninetynine of the do uatiat.
ledge comparatively little Idleness in the also by ch'\IIzPtll'Ommllultictl.\ without thnm. I have used thorn foraome time :.
years. "When the physicians bad given me Indignation andbllloustteas and am DOW com
Will practice In all the courts of the 7tl
trades and covered pletoly otiroil. lleonminond them, to every out lOno.
ARTICLE V. up I was cured by the use of Dr. I'ierce'a occupations by re-
.. bo without them Iq
triad, will
Judicial never
Circuit. The tnmliiexn of tueCompany will heooncluctoi Golden Medical Discovery." That statement ports n considerable gala in o'erllgllvug's Tlrrr-her's Open II...". the tamU,.'ion El>w. A. MARx, Albany,N. Y.

by a Board or Dlrwtora whioh. until the drat varied sometimes in form butidentical \ and few labor troubles of a serious An old momlipr of Plymouth church .
annual meeting shall, consist four .tock hold in fact is one of the common knew Heecher bud
A. era, but the Hoard of Director who HenryVnnl CANDY ,
MORGAN may be decnuuiei kind. There was notable nctlv
FREDERICK to three or Increased. to live by a voto of the expressions found in the letters of those his family tells n story about tbegrl'Q CATF I iAAas
stock holders at any annual tiieetlnir. The 1)1 I cured by "Golden Medical Discovery." tty In the building trades of Nev'ork "No ever knew "
t one
REAL E3TATE AND INSURANCE, rector will elect from ainonii their own number Sometimes the statement runs ; "I was city where the estimated cost ol preacher.
.a president, a Booret.iry and a> Treiuiiirer wh< what he did with the vast minis ot

Loans, Notary Public. hail tinny.Uutil I.also bo the Uunerul Manager of the Coin' given-up desperate effort by four to doctors find relief, showing in local a buildings for which plansvers :Lied! money ht' earned as n lecturer" In

Collections Typewriting, Stenography the omcers elected! at the first annual practitioners. But however the story durlntf the quarter was about ai.OUU.-.. said. "He used. to give money away 11/55/ a.wrssam

meeting) loll, be qualified, the Hoard. of JI. begins it almost invariably ends with 000 agnliiHt $22,000.000 a year before with both hands and he was ns likely) ;
TITU8VILI.B!, FLA. motor will oonnlnt of George F. IMildlaon,
frank E. Bond., J. II. Conrail end George" MItoliblnH the statement, "I am perfectly cured by If the conditions In the Empire Slate to slv6 A street beggar twenty dollar
and J.. H. (.no.'I..hnl1. be )'reMI ns n ;
n. JONES:! Frank hi.: Itomi Secretary and Ueorire F.. 1'uilill Persons suffering from weak" lung: and the metropolis tuny be taken U n P1e*.ant, Palatable., Potent Taste OM ; direct to Mrs .
Treasurer and church went .
vVApE': son Qeneral Munauer. fair of those 11I'\'nlllll/oC mMioriil. Plymouth Or dN.vorSloasuweakenorOrly.Iou.Ito.I9.,
gauge |
deep-seated cough, ema-
The ftntt annual m..tlnle| 01 cluck holder anddirectors hemorrhages Beecher Intact. He never drew any ... CURB CONSTIPATION. ...
lmll be held on the third Monday nr ciation and weakness, have been restoredto ly throughout the country. It would! until the cud s".II.. ......., ,...._....N.I. 1.w r.a. inlin.Tn.Riir
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, July 1IKU, and upon the niK'ooedintf year effectedby tu'euc of the Then he received n check > 8nl.1 l and ual'ibr
of the Tohaouo
The cures' year. IVKE
nil I U'DAu
The llnard uf Director shall have power to philosophy gut* to :
Loans and
Collections.TlTCSVILLB .adopt '.laws for,the Corporation. this marvelous medicine is not hardto eucoutaging." for $ O.OOO, his full year's salary; and

FLORIDA. ARTICLE VI. understand. Life is sustained by linaded It to his wife When be died,
food digested and assimilated. The Mlatlrtoc. he did not leave much of an estate nl Over.Work'venkcns p -;
The highest' amount of leliteilneH8 or llalill Is and The prettiest thing nbo'it mistletoe IIJts '
of a
basis health a good appetite .
Ity to which the corporation. can nt any tlmRiibjoct < though he hnd earned millions of dotliira
CEO A. WOK LEr. Itself shall not exceed lefty per cent or sound digestion. In almost all cases of, milky! white opalescent berrlca. Th< / In his life but \Mrs. needier had Your Kidneys.
Its .authorised capital. disease loss of Is an early thi
appetite symptom .Btenm find foliage: seem to betray --
and l 1
received her 'JOOOO! a
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. IX WITNESS: WIIERKOF These article have and this is promptly followed by a parasite nntiire of the plant In tlieliunwholi'Houie Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. .
been slKiiecl bv the aubecriben. on tin 12th day wasting of the flesh. For some cause I she lived In comfort and even luxury
General. practice la State and Federal of A. 1>. 19J.Signature.! shade of green a pcctil
May the food eaten la not being converted iu Brooklyn till she died. Ho was 11
Courts All business entrusted will Address. Am't of Stock I laxly unwholesome shade character[ ". All the blood In your body panes through ,
into nutrition and the body and its organs 1 1 Ward Ileeolier >
great man was wry three mlnut.s.The y
receive prompt attention. 811I1Morlbe.l.OltmtnlO. starved must weak. lag,: the steins. It In nn uncanny sort ol your kidney every
F.7AI>nisox, Enu Gall he,'Ia.,10hare.. being !grow eufiiCMM Cannot lie Cured. ,0311 kidney are your
General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate, FRANK E. BIND Du Land, Kl.., .aliarea.J. There is only one way to get strengthand ,. plant. Most pin-unites are Is uterianything u blood purifiers, they (II.

Miami. H ('onttAi. OlenwiHxI.Kla., 5 niiarenHco. that is by food. Dr Pierce's) Golden more positively ghostlike thai by local applications, as they onnnol I ter out the waste or y
( :M. Fla. shares
MIAMI, FLORIDA. KOIIIIINS TltuHvllle. 10 :Medical Discovery heiils diseases of the the plant we know a-s Indian pipe (mo reach the diseased portion of the ear' Impurities In the blood. ''i,

STATE OF COUNTY.FLORIDA/I IUIIKVAICU stomach and allied organs of digestionand notroiuo There Is only one way to cure deafness, If they are sick or out '." ,

ANDREWS nutrition so enabling the body to and that I In by constitutional remedies,, of order they fall to do.m1'e yl.
JAMES J On till 12th day of May A, I). 1102! penonaly needed nourishment.Thus .
came before me n..rKe F aildlHon. Frank assimilate the Look For Good Polnta. Deafness Is caused by an Inlliimod condition their work. .

ATTO RNE Y-AT-LA W. 1''.. lloud.J. B. onrad, Slid Georira M. ibrbbina various forms of "weakness," so- "If we'd spend only half as mucl on the mucous lining of the Elista-" Pains, achei and rheumatism ,',

and severally acknowledged their signAturo to called, are cured by the "Discovery""wealr.H time as the photographer does trying china Tube. When this. tube get In- come from excess -
: '
rfaln office and postofflco address,,TITUSVILLB. the foreKoIng Charter. lungs, "weak" heart "weak" llnrneil have rumbling sound or Im- of urlo acid In the t
In wliiia whereof' I have hereunto net my; to see people In the beet light said l you
Branch office at FORT PIERCK. laud aud otflclal .eal. the date above written. nerves, "weak" or sluggish liver etc., "we'd hnve mud porfect hearing, and when It is entirely blood duo to neglected

Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co. FREDERICK A. MORGAN( because the organs are made strong by the philosopher, a closed deafness 1* the result, and unleup kidney trouble. '7t ";

[r" S.m] Notary Public food, which is perfectly digested and better opinion of everybody. -Indian the Inflammation can be taken out and Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady

Notary Public State at Large. ju State of Florida at large. assimilated ; bRa apolls News. this tube restored to Its normal condition,, heart beats and make one feel as though I'

healed the diseases of the stomach and tearing! will be dostroyeil forever; nine they had heart trouble because the heart la :

STEPHEN E. FOSTER.AT'rOHNEY.AT.LAW., Notice. associated organs of digestion and nu The man who 11 too proud to ask dimes out of ten. are caused by catarrh, over-working In pumping thick kidney.

trition.PAIN for favors doesn't get many. Chicago which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition poisoned blood through vein and artarle p
AIL OOHE. of the surfaces It used to bo considered that
CIRCUIT rot-TRT OF TilE SEVENTIIJUdiclul Kecord-ilerald. mucour only urinary t
IN Ironic of Florida, in anti lor Hrevari "I have taken your medicine with the irmteitti We will give One Hundred Dollars for troubles were to ba traced to the kidneys,
Sims Building County. I fuclion," write Mr. George Klelil, ol Lockport TAKINO any case of deafness (aausnd by catarrh) but now modern science prove that nearly
Wenlmorcland Co., Prnn'n, andloldeu YOU KNOW WHAT YOU AUK
JACKSONVILLE J. D. VanDemnn. ") mation Dr. Pierce* ( Medical that\\ cannot be cured by II.II's Cittnrrh all constitutional disease have their begin r
FLA. honestly *ay Chill
can When take Grove Tasteless '
Cv ini>I laliiaut. Discovery has cured me ol a pain In my right you (Cure; Send for clrculnrs! free nina In kidney trouble 4
-vrt > In Chancery. Tonlo because the formula Is plainly
Stephanle. : Morbrn] 1 lutiRthnl the .bent doctor could not help. My F, .J, CI1KNKY A eo": Toledo O.nrSultl I If you are sick you can make no mistakeby
that I tlmt
have improved no bottle It Is
GEORGE W. ALLEN.ATTORNEY.AT.LAW., George W. Morton et al.J can appetite eat anything and digestion at all, and 1 feel better than I printed Iron on every and showing In tastoloss by druggists T/So. Hall'. Film. first doctoring your kidney The mild ".
An aft) lavlc having been flied In this Court have for year Your Favorite Prracriplion ilmgly Quinine a Ill Pills are the best. and the extraordinary effect of Or Kllme,'.
bv the attorney for this compUinant. stating the bee cured rn. of womb. trout. that 1 suffered fo.'ua. IS'o' cure, :No pay OOot. ------- Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy la
belief of the atflant that the above defendants from for fifteen y.".., and painful monthly
(TBVVKST -. FLORIDA. Stephanie' M. Morton and Oeorua W.: Morion are trouble. I can work n whole day and not g-.,ttl..ed. ln4iiHfifora Verana llcna.Vlllliiin In a recent' speech at Springfield soon realized. It stands the highest for Us
each of them over the: are| or VI years and reside pain U all (tone and I r..lllke a new. wonderful cure of I
_. loll ... headache all the time \ II. Trtiftlow he fear Mfl"... Minister \Vu discussed the Chinete themoefdlatreashgcues to'
Will practice In the United States without the dttaof Florida .1'1 I In the City with \ KIIJ-H
and sold It merits
ou'!; la
id State Courts. Ojun95r I vf Now York, State of Mew Voik.Now Jr..have : headache now niiice tnltingyoull thnt none of the unmnl'iirturei'H of hiptitiatorH exclusion qiieitlon, declaring that on .
'Golden Medical Uincovery1 all druggists In fIfty-, ,
,therefore, U In oiMered that yon, Stephanie medicine. Your :: by ;
M. Morton, and you Gourde Vv. Alorton: and Favorite Prescription I do all thud yon claim t'lin as yet\ hold n emimidle! anywhere no self respecting Chlmimun would cent and one-dollar ilie -|J H'' w
to the bill of i-nmplalnt on file In this for them and more too. I have been cured. oftrouble "
appear to u netting hen. Hut there areNo to liepillifiilcd. You have ,
seed Ills children to this a
C. E. cause at the Clerk' Oftloe.of tills (Court In Tl- that I suffered: from for fifteen may
f r.O. FRIES tn..lllo. riorl-ia, on the and the bent doctor In the mate could many )poor bone thnt, will do every HuppOMe nn Ainerlcnn dip ample bottle by mall rioma ..u.._......... J

COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land SKCONtt DAY OF JUNE, A. 1>. l-KM me. 'Golden that I Medical suffered Uixcovery"from for five cured year!me., and of thing hut net properly that l.OOOBKII /loiiint ulioiild.\ attempt\ ) to exiTclKe uoli. free, also pamphlet telling you bladder how find J I
neuralgia If have kidney or
can save one other poor luoercr. set In muchlnea. even though they .1.! out you .It
and sub-divided and proceed thereafter aa you may lie advlHed. It." ri-i'kli'Hw. Mpii-i'li\ lii t'hlini or nny ntltcieumitry Mention this when writing Dr. Khmer .'
legally; surveyed This order will he published, with a* little .1... you can publish not work quite In tl8tU<'Iol'1I1. will tmi paper !
,tapping; neatly done. Estimates for lay... may. h..,In the NAil r COAST ADVOCATE chicks l.OUO bow bits wmild it in before. Sc Co, Olnghamton N. Y.for :
,tl kinds of engineering works. Dis- ounce a week for lour coiiHeoutive weeks and a ALMOST A MittAOLC. ally give' UK many us eggt hi. "...". '.... ".' ... '.
, copy hereof shall within twenty day from thin n look a severe. cold which willed. In the under hells, and n machine will *t. hi nut ,
uted lines a specialty tine be sent by mall to each of the above flefendnta bronchial tuhe,"write Rev. Prank Hay,of Nor.tonvllle find bens. '.
:'ITt18VILrE. Brevard Co., FLORIDA. at their a<.lilre. .* given In the alHdavIt and Jefferson Co., *;, "After trying when you can no Cures. 1 ('7.ellln. ItcliliiK humors/ ,
another copy |bated the Court Mouse door or medicine labeled Sure Core, almoat withoutnumber "( 'i
lirevardCuunty. I wa led to try Dr. Pi""",, '* Oolden PliuplcM. and CitrliiincIcN.. P
Done: and onleredat the Clerk' Office at 1'1. Medical DUcovery. I two bottle. and wa rleanontVlilla> It I.aalad. ', .
N S. BURNtlAM M. D. tusvllle, Florida this the 3Oth day of April cured and have ;rtayed cured. "What would ;you do If ;you woke nt Costs. Nothing to Try. ,
A !>., 11)02.) a When! I think of the great pain I had to endure .
[L.81 A. A. STEWART and the terrible cough I had 'it eem* some morning to find that ;you had inherited U. II. It. (Botanic Blood Balm) In now The Farmer ,' "
SURGEON and SPECIALIST b. Clerk Circuit Court Brevard County. almost a miracle that I wan to coon relieved. a million dollars?" recognized as certain and sure cure for \

Piefce's Pleasant Pellets cure con and eczema Itching shin, humor, scabs pirn- \ '
Ear Nose and Throat. Dr. "I'd turn over on the other side The Gardener
: I, Notice of Application For Tax stipation. They do not re-act upon the try to dream It again."-Chicago Dee plea! I
VBST PALM BEACH, FLOKIDA. system and become a necessity, .a. do ordDerold.I or joints, bolls, carbuncle, prlchlnK pain The Housewife ;

Deed. many other pills. 111 the skin, old eating sore, ulcers, etc I

Under Sea 8, of Cn"p. 4XM Law. of Fla. tntanlo( Blood Balm taken internally worth a pnu.4..I Thityar muratlian

PVR.'LOATINQ. JIOUGEITON'S Notice is I hereby Driven that Tnlm Henry pnrhanerofTax For Coronation Iay In Jack.onvIU.. Franco produces $13,000,000 worth olCheBtnutu cures the worst and most (le0psatedoases his ordinary klnil.aTvrjrwlMra. ,. tlold, .1
OI Certificate No. 4BJ, dated t e4thday and Italy $20.000.0M( by enriching, purifying anti vltallang lilt annual (... j
of June, AIt.. MM, baa sled. said certllt"aMn'mjrolnce The British coronation committee 10 a year the blood thereby giving a healthy D, M. FBNMYat 00. ,,,4
and ha iiiwie for tax
APARTMENTSon I apiilloatlon worth. 'I
[ DENTAL Detroit. Mloh. I IN
ned to Issue in accordance with law Bald' car Jacksonville Is hard at work perfecting blood supply to the akin, Botanic Blood

Hcate inbra tho "Dentos, attiutted In Krevard county Florida to-wltt (food For JtlieninatNni.
Wednesday June 25th. the awful annoying skin troubles, It
on ,
.;K of SKU, of diction 4, township ao ttoiilh of
Now AT PALM Ba ACu. Range 3a boat.' This alu land bahiK ai.Ri ad atthe Special! rate at hotels and on the Last fall I was taken with a very severe heals every sore anti give the rich glow

date of iheUsuancaof snob certificate) In thai .\ds have been promised. and a large attack of muscular rheumatism which fli health to the skin. Build up the _.- -- -- .- -
.- ---- name of F. 'i. Brown,Trmitee IJnlea wed oer- In the down and makes the blooded 9
- -- --- - --- I tideate' shall be redeemed 'according to Dumber of circular sent out city caused me great pain and annoyance. broken body The Largest and Most Com.

Foley's 'Kidney Cure end will issue thereon on the. lath day'e, and state. Howeverh the non-resident \fter trying several prescription and and nourishing. Especially advised '
A D. 11MI2.Wltnein. have not e names asked for, henmatlo cures, I deemed to use Cham- for chronic, old oases that doctor, pat mete Establishment South.
makes kidneys and bladder right.VirgilliaHomes. my official *signature|.
UII[ day of May, A. I). llU.US.1 A.. A. STEWART Brltl hers who wish to attend would ad- : the South Jeraoyman. After JruggUt, (I. To prove It. I). U. cures GEO. S. HACKER & SON ,

Cleric Circuit Court of RrevanlCounty" Fla. vine the management of such Intentionat two applications of this Knmedy I was cures, sample sent free and prepaid by ,

[ once. much better, and after using one bottle writing Blood Halm Co., Atlanta On.

Town Ordinance. The committee also requests the paperstbronlhout was completely cured.Hallle Harris, Describe trouble and free medical[ ad-

: the state to publish this an 181\1f'm. N J. For sale by all druggists rice sent In sealed letter.

nouncement. dealers. -
You learn all about Virginia Lands, 33 lunvllle, that It shall be the duty of the The anthracite coal trouble Is always.
ownora of any borne cow clog or othnr anImal II ml 11-Pood N01l8enHe.
its resources, products, mode of culj: I which mar die la the corporate limit of flosses and Saperatllloaia. wltb os. When It Isn't a strike It Is an 1 I
tlvatlon prices, etc., by reading the ba town, to forthwith remove the carcaa of Another ridiculous food fad bas been I'1'
aid animal" an.11t such owner aball. ,.n... remove "Keal estate men are gradually for- Increase in the price.
Send lOcts. branded by the most competent -
Virginia Farmer. lucb care_ from within the corporatelimits fretting most of the old time snpentl!* 1
for 3 months subscription to the for the .p""" or 34 hour after he shall They have dispelled the Hilly notion much ,
Farmer Co. Emporla, Va. lave been warned an to do by th. Marshal or that one kind of food is needed for brain, tlon which used to cause us
\favor or any member of the Town Council titanTen he mother for muscle, and still another for trouble!: ," sold a dealer the other dny."The .
shah) conviction, be snit not more
SALVE Dour.. >CDC*. A correct diet will not only noursb number of houses which cannot

BANNER Be It further ordained That this ordinance a particular part of the body, but it be rented or sold on account of being This lrntare I* on very boa of be .*.naln .. -w pr k
world. hall take effect Immediately. upon It* approval. will sustain other Yet however terrible crim .q )j"MANUFACTUREIk"
the moat healing j.1".1" the Passed liNrJ. every haunted or because some Laxative Uromo-Quinine Tabiu
aUdal'proY"J.tK1 ; U1XON good your food may be, Its nutriment is)
was committed on the premises rapidly the remedy that -- at ..*M In > .d7 OF'
Mayor. Is destroyed by indigestion or dylepsla. *-
decreasing. We run ncross only a -
SO YEARS' Q. A. PROS f, Town CI.rk.Application ._ You must prepare for their appearance balk at living' In house Doors Sash Blinds
few ieoplewho
or prevent their coming by tak- ,
EXPERIENCE for Tax Deed. log( regular doses of Green's August No. 13. Even: elderly men who -brtv KIDNEY DISEASES

fortunes .beginning\ to bo- & Building Material. ;
l"low.r. the favorite medicine of the made big Moulding +

-VTOTICB!: n HEREBY OWE!:,TIAT EDWIN. lealthy million A few dose aid dU[ have that there la nothing in the old ,r

ic ;A L.N.HDELLpnrehacerofTaxCettifirate: Jfo. 44. dated this 5tb nay of July A,!>. IWI7, ;estlon, stimulates the liver to healthy saying that the aged rich man balldila are the most fatal of all dis Cfflce Warerooms King, opposite) I ,,J

b as, filed Laid certlneaM my olHc, and nan. action, purifies the blood, and makes you mnnHlou to die In.-New York Trib Cannon Street.

mad application wltb law.for Bald tax certrflcata dead to lane embrace In .ocordanca eel buoyant and vigorous. You can getDr. une. eases. Charleston S. C. .:

torlhad. situated In 0. O. Green's relleble remedies at B. ,
MII""s the follvulair property
TRADE DUSGNSCopYRIGHTa irevard county, Florida to-wli; All of Section K. Wilson Hort's. Get Green' Special World Wide ICeputatlotu F'oEY' ?: CURE) ''U
Ac. Is.T.wnsbip30South. Range 3* r.... .. The aald Almanac FOLEV'S Sash Weights Cord and
land being aKwmiwd at the date of flue laauanoef Wlilte's Cream Vermifuge has achieved t aa.Reaad// ,
Anrona wnrtlnn::: f ch an. d tree d.aylptknr wbeth.r may an snob e.rtUh..te In the name of B. H. flackett. a world wide reputation being the best
.e: kly oplnlos cortlrtcate hall be redeemed acooro-
Daen.Ms. r.nemenhw. Unless ald Notice.NOTICE of all destroyers and for It. tonlo Hardware.
In.n" la probably worm ,
PtlrmaatrtotlvaOTBUautlaL llandbnnlt'm l'atnt. IDIt to law tax deed will Issue thereon ou tb34tndayof ref ut Contains
June A. I>. 1UM. -- aflenceon weak-sod unthrifty children or money
Puteiita crew UlrtoM ta.*..o *?':mIey....utrh for..ntnnty.taat5r Mann tbaScientific mitlct, without churn.In 2'lDd day of May A.D. hkrbL. the Hon. Minor :
"" to apply to of the stomach Improve their digestion,
[ 8.1 A. A. NThWART. ft. JonM.Jaflgaof the Circait Cou rt In and I physicians as inc best for '
rlal1. of food A SPECIALTY. .
Jln1 assimilation strengthenS
Fla ,
Brevaril anti
+ Clerk Circuit Coors of County, for Brevard County, Fl<>rlda, at Tltuinlte (lot* ,
..l ....kIr. r ara..t ear __ __ L da, or wherever the Coors may than be, on the their nervous system and restores. them Kidney and Bladder troubles. __
"trai < : .
A. bd".Iy" ni arlentle. .amal. I ....... $3aMU BJ Ma day of Jane A. D. laoa, for a llama to *aanam to the health, vigor and elasticity of ley's Tar \
.n'-&Io" of any Foley's Honey and Tar, .take eh am...of. and control all my property natural to childhood. V, at B. PRICE 5Oc. and $1.00- F Honey and 1
:= suit to become a frs.. lr\r\ In every rwipect.ELIZABKTK spirit "
New York n. it. 'wir.sojr;; SOY childrensateare. No opiates.EAST '
HNr&Coy colds prevents pneumonia DC 1116 ; KOftERrs.' IJ. Wilson Ifs: boa': drug store, '
B F BU.W.. Do.'t: cures ;:





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t An Opportunity C. S. SCUCYLER, Cashier.

Lord Pauncefote, the British ambassador -


OVMBBC .r Tan( IHDIAV BIVBK, LADE corps, is dead and his death leaves ,

1h WORTH A D MMOATHB BATBBOTIOKS. a wide gap in the Washington diplomatic RIIODES Is still giving ;

circle, of which he was, for you a grand opportunity COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
fourteen years, a conspicuous and 1 1 I e to secure yourself a good Authorized capital $t OOOoePaid (

H. WAJ.TOM, Editor: A rnbllnlier.DIsoonMiraanoe ,. highly respected member. The all-wool Summer Suit, In up capital $26OOc
deep importance attached to the I I which the wear !la guaranteed Average deposits $1OOOOC

of sdvts. mutt be made peronally friendship Lordship in Washington .. to give you satls-

at thin oflloo or by writing. could not be better exemplified \ faction; the patterns are

Cliaou,eto.,may be made payable to CHABLBI I than by the sincere expressions \ / f right and the prices the 'Transacts a General Banking

H. WALTOM,publisher, of regret expressed at his death, UI lowest consistent with reliable :

r for he was the pioneer of the supreme y ( fabric Everyone Business
Address. all oommunloatloni to pact of perpetual friendship \ s Is surprised at his Flannel j

EASt COAST ADVOCATE, between the United States and the Suits at f.l.CO\ / and ,, : Largest and Oldest Bank on the Biter

TITPSVIL.LB FLORIDA. old mother country-: Great Britain.It i Worsteds at >f)7.50 to $10 n Xxcbnoge bought; and sold on all I Foreign
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4 r 4
was Lord Pauncefote's privilegeto per suit. Countries.

h U. S. Department of Agriculture aid In cementing a closer friendship lie has the largest! and + .
i tutronaKe appreciated. Prompt service, pollu.
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fin. between these two great Eng most complete lines on 'e..4 4 treatment abut every favtir consistent with con

lish speaking countries, and he was '% Indian River, in Men's ,,' -" servative banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS .

The following is a comparative statement known than of his Goods Men'slate I
more widely any Furnishing 1 t tj Snabnard National Hank of New York, and
of tenfperature and rainfall for the .t w c National Dank or Jacksonville, Fla.
predecessors. Hence his loss is ( and Caps; Ladles'Misses'
week ending;; Tuesday, May 20, 1002.
11 -1002'- -1001- J JBATH. deeply regretted, not only in the and Children's rriTU vzzz c, rzA-.

: MAX. WIN. MAX. WIN United States!, but throughout Shoes Ladles1'and'Miss ------ -------.------ ----
1'' 21 8
2S 22: 83 83: 74 75 81 84 70 71 ferring to the deceased" statesman and Parasols. TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.

y 21 83: 'T: 8.:' 71 Secretary Hay said : "Lord Paunce Remember he buys direct from the manufacturers, no middleman or jobbers'

25 85:' 72: 811! 07 fote was not only a man of very profits Imposed on you when you purchase of

28 8t 07 88 01) high merit, but he was always a Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime
27 92 09 00 07 good friend' of the United R. W. RHODES Titusville. Cement,
Total rainfall for the week: 0.08 : very The dottier and Shoe Man. : ,
Depa ture from normal rainfall for the : States. *l%
week minus 0 71 Inches. From a social standpoint no dip- .
: Departurefrom -- -- --- ---- ---- --- -------------------
Vitrified Paying and Sidewalk J3rickta
( normal rainfall since January 1, lomat at Washington in recent FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. ,
minus 7.35 inches.
IIAL. P. HAKDIIT Observer. years ted than Lord more Pauncefote.sincerely regret.The Being urged; by many friends to do so, Offices foot of IJogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone:No. 262.

.. .. { hereby announce myself as a candidatefor
--- -- --- --- -- -- .
British embassy is one of the most the office of prosecuting attorney for J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.

TUB British War Office has cabled 'stately homes In Washington, and Announcements tinder this luading awe Brevard county. subject to the action of ---.------ -----------------.-----
Its officers at St. Joseph, La., the entertainments given there have ;$5.00, payable in advanct. the Democratic primary to be held on -
to all purchases of horses and always been exclusive and July loth. loo:.!. If nominated and elected
fltop elegant.
I will give the office the very beat & Baker
mules. This either means that the Lord and Lady Pauncefote kept up A VOICE FROM THE PEOPLE service I can. Hoping that my candidacy MeMurray

t Boer war la drawing to a close, or his tradition, and when .Lord FORT Pi BUCK: May 7, lOO'! will meet with favor at the hands of ,

that the horses and mules will be Pauncefote, through his elevationto Brevard' Democracy, I am,very respectfully 4O1-413
BELIEVING It to be to the best interests G. A. FBOST.. East Bay Street. Jacksonville, Flor_(la.
bought in one of the British colon- the ambassadorship, became dean of the people of Brevard county

ies, to help them along a little with of the diplomatic corps, the entertainments to have Wade II. Jones represent us I In Headquarters for-
hard cash. became the next Legislature, we respectful! FOR 'COUNTY COMMISSIONER.At .
more numerous,
urge all Democrats of the county to give the solicitation of of true Material Vehicles
and they were always in keeping many my Wagon Harness Bicycles
him their at the coming primary .
support and val ued..f i lends In this section, an nnoonncud :
IF we may judge from present with his rank. on the 13th: of July. In a former Issue of the ADVO> ,

indications in Titunvillo, the polite The death of Lord Pauncefote MANY TAXI-ATKU: GATE, I have decided to again otter my. and Sundries.

i cal campaign In Florida this Bummer makes theGerman Ambassador, Dr. self as a candidate for reelection to the "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on your'wheel

will be a lively one. Candidates Theodore von Ilollehen the dean of To the Democratlo Voters of Brevan office of County Commissioner for DIs-
l tilct No, 1. .1 very mucl appreciate the atshort notice.
the will
for the 'various county officesare diplomatic corps. He begin -
for past support given me so unstintingly
I'wish to announce my candidacy
already announcing themselves his regime by calling the corps the rewkleuts of Brevard and .. .
the Legislature, subject to the action of by / county; ------- -------- --
as will be seen by referring to another together to pass resolutions on the the to( be held should they again honor me with their .
column. The issues to be death of'the British Ambassador. July 15th. Regarding my democracy and confidence at the coming Democratic DUPONT & MIDDLETON.
efficiency, the voters are perfectly famil- pilmary on .July; 10th, It will be my ut .
discussed will be all
many, we endeavor. to the In
Iar. If nominated I will use my best endeavors most serve taxpayers
I can say Is, "Let the best men win." MANY of our merchants are in to serve the people! faithfully the ;future as honestly I have In the DEALERS IN"-

favor of celebrating the Fourth of My platform of principles will be madknown past, giving the office and people the

i THE President has the July In Titusville. The near approach to the voters individually and on best service I: cnn-not forgetting the YELLOW PINE LUMBER.GOSLINGSVILLE
: signed .
of this national holiday the stump. Very .'respectfully, absolute necessity of good roads In our .
omnibus claims bill, with provisionfor W. II. McFARLAND. county Thanking my friends for past
settling the Florida Indian War already awakening interest among- I favors, and trusting they will favor me FI.A.
our citizens and as a holiday of with their votes at the comlug primary
claim. This should be good news ; FOR TAX COLLECTOR. I remain truly, Our saw mill is located at Wawa on the St. I.ucle River, 2C1 miles south o't
this kind puts considerable .cash yours I
to Floridian It will make
the every State richer by,more as than ,three into the exchequers of our, merchants ,I hereby announce myself as a camll. JOHN R. WALKER Jacksonville, and we are now ready to receive orders, quote prices and make 'luick'delivery
date for re-nomination for the ofllce oTax
', we trust they will subscribe either by rail or water transportation.
-quarters of a million dollars. Our Collector 'of Brevard County sub To the Democratic Voters of Brevard
Senators and Representatives have liberally towards it.. Excursions jvot to the action of the approaching county: Appieolatlng your support andeoofld..oce DUPOXT 4 J1IDDLETON, Gosllngsvllle, Kla.'nzsixrToivsr .
proven that they are the right men will probably be run ; and as thereIs Democratic primaries, and will be pleas- In the pant, and feeling that I
in the right place. The age of the some talk of having a big baloon ed to receive the support of my friends.E. have faithfully discharged the duties imposed
W. HAM..
ascension have doubt but 1 me; and fully believing that
we no upon
claim made it collection difficult
moat INTT:: : s.A.Xj3z 211
cnmmUmluner's' experience will
that number of from my past
a large people
t but it has been accomplished, Enable me to serve even more effio-
:I 'beg to announce myself ns a can.lidate !!- you
t and our people will not forget the up and down the coast will --be in.' for the office of Tax Collector; for lend, In the future hereby announce I wish l to reduce stock before taking inventory, and offer :
l men to whom the credit is due. Titusville on that day. the County of Brevard. subject t<> the myself as n. candidate" fur reelection for
action.of Democratic primary to be heldon County Commissioner of District No. 2, One,.carload f coiling 1 at $10(0' per thousand.
AFTEK "n exhaustive. review of' Tuesday July LAth, Trusting to receive and ask your united support at the primary One-half carload l Mulched Novelty t Idl nil. A and II /grade, at 16.00 per 1H( )&.
FROM Washington! comes the good the President Roosevelt the support of my many fili-nds, .to be held on July I.Vh. Yours Two thousand poiutvd fence pickets 13.00 per thousand.
news that the conferees on the river case, adopts 1 am, yours truly, respectfully, J. R. MIOT. One carload Orange Boxes and hoops, olieap. One cal load bean crates cheap.
and harbor bill have decided the view held by the Navy Department P A. MCMILLAN. One-half caiload l 1'nkerinu boxes with hoops. cheuu.EAUGALL.1E .
to report -
that the shipment of animals. -- ---- To the Democrarlu! of Brevard !
In favor of appropriating the voters c;..F' :J.1I.DJ. : : :>I50IT: .
and supplies from Port Chaluiette TOR 'COUNTY TREASURER.i county: I hereby announce myself as a
um of 300,000: for the .
Improvement .
candidate the Dem- FLORIDA.
New Orleans, by the British for for re nomination: at
of Biscayne Bay. This will,,; the use of their troops in South hereby announce myself as a candidate ooiatlo primary In July ,an County Coinmlssioner -
be of vast benefit to Florida, and for re-election to the office of County for District No. 3; and ns thiaxpnyprs
Africa, does not constitute a violation Treasurer to the Democratic
will also be beneficial to the whole are acquainted with my pas H. A. HODGES.
of the laws of neutrality, notwithstanding Primary, to be held on July 15tb. If record, I trust they will favor me with ...
country. With deep water at Miami the statements made nominated will d? my best to serve the their united support... As most people Manufacture of
the trade of the United States with by Boer agents. Interests of the tax payers of Brevard know, I am strongly: in favor of good: J ...Cypress and Yellow Pine tun)ber...
1 Ilaytl, the Bahamas, the lesser Antilles county roads, or anything else that may tend towards
the eastern end of Cuba and F. H. Bo YE. the prosperity of our county. ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable/ Crates:
TO-DAY is Decoration Day and Yours. very truly, H. A.. CONK LINO., iny one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building in
South America will
be increased.It
the members of the G. A. H., and At the request and solicitation of my auy part of Florida would do well to wi-lte for prices. The saw mills are locatedat
will expedite the settlement of citizens: generally, will hold servicesover many filnnda throughout the County, I Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka on the J., T..K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any
South Florida I hereby announce myself as a candidate part of the East Coast. Address II. A.
and give to the uses and decorate the in hereby announce myself as..a candidatefor : HODGES Buffalo Bluff Jl"1....
of production thousands of acre graves UM office of County Treasurer at the for re-election as County Cornmls-
the Titusville loner for the Fourth District
cemetery. coning primary election,July 13th, 11X12! subjectto
of the best land in Florida, in
or the ,
action f the Democratic primary
I linvo aevpr, heretofore, sought publicOtii ,
:Bond Lumber
the world. Coo
DEAD-HEAD ADS. .,e, and If elected will serve the peo. July 15th, 1002.: .
pie. Very truly yours,
TITDSVIJXE'* lad ustrial' future ...... NotlixM tar All ':i.1 ICnt41rtAlnn..nt. IIN'U., WYNN --- ''Dealers In-

and almost "0 lie Uarnxl.The At the request of friends, I hereby an-

in the progressiveness hands of her l is citizens wholly-espeolally Douglas (Wy.) Budget has. the Intend being candidate for County tics ounce my elf as a candidate for the of. Rough and Dressed Lumber Brick Lime Lath
Commissioner for
ot County the
following to regarding free advertising
say Treasurer at the I>eni' the merchants. Without and puffs for paid entertainments bo held July I ttth, !IX);!. I believe that Fuurth81' \ riot, subject to the decision
their interest, without their push and It would be well for the members of the qi>alllle..'tlons required by the Slate of the Democrat voters, at their primary CEMENT SHINGLES ETC.

and advertising, Titusville's numerous the Florida press to make a note of It: Committee for voters to nominate county July IStli; 1U":!.. Whether your wants be large or small, advise us. Our goods, owing to high
t "For many years the Budget hits been officers. la unfair and unjust to a large; 11. i. KLOPP. and low
advantages 'will never be' advertising Church fairs and socials quality prices, owing to large stocks kept constantly on hand, will'
, sup number of our beat citizens, who vote .
known to people outside of Florida. please you, and save you money. '
pers. Fourth of July celebrations and our county ticket. I am emphatically WE, the taxpayers: of the 5th District
The ADVOCATE has done its full dances 'just to help the merchants our,' In favor of the primary system but I am earnestly! desire the re-election of J. F. S. C. VANLANDINCHAM, Manager.
share to advertise Titusvllle and and various other entertainments, free all the time foe horse rule. All voters. Bell for the office of County Commis
of cost to those! people and societies under qualified by the laws of this state who TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.'
section, and it would do more if sioner. Mr. Bell has proved himself a
whose auspices they were held; and will pledge themselves to vote for our good honest straightforward memberof
the merchants would-one and all during all of that time we hove sent the county ticket should be entitled to vote the Board. lie bus done more-for .
-keep their business ads. In the paper to every minister In town free of at the primary to nominate said ticket. good roads In the pineapple section of
local paper ; and the settlers of the charge, have published all church notices If elected Treasurer, I Intend to be Brevard than any other Commissionerwe Chas. T. McBride.DEALER I

surrounding country also come forward gratis, and have lavished. time, space Treasurer, belonging to no Institution have ever had, and It Is hoped by his .
and printer's Ink on band concerts and having made no combinations and havIng many weil-wishers that he will be nominated .
more liberally with their subscriptions. benefit entertainment all kinds
without made no promises; therefore, I have at the coming! primary
"Help us, and we will reward; and, would you believe It, none to break. Trusting I will be favored I MANY VOTERS. INGers.eral -
help you," Is an old saying that my brother editors, at some of these en- with a vote by all who believe I am I
some of our readers would do well tnlnments they actually had the gall to qualified to till the-office, I remain, yours I : :t\/ ,
1 want to charge; the newspaper man ad. truly, Bros.EAU ,
to remember. mission and for Ice and oake '
cream had after JOllY IlttSKY.: Staple and Fancy Groceries Men's Furnishing Goods, Star Brand of Shoes.
all the free
advertising they been
THE climate of
: 'lorida-espec- "'Ve desire to give notice, however, FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY Marine Railway.

tally the East Coast-is unlike that that hereafter the Budget; will charge I beg to announce myself as a candidate General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. Mail orders promptly and carefully filled. Call and Inspect our stock.

of any other State in this country regular rates for all locale or other advertising for Prosecuting Attorney for the )1 .
for it is not only delightful in winter In every case where an admission County of Brevard at the coming Demo- ..Special Facilities.. MELBOURNE FLORIDA.
fee Is charged or where meals, crane be held ------ ---- ---- ----- -------- -.-------
but in summer also, for its en. Primary, to on Tuesday, For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing -------
drinks or merchandise Is sold fur cash. July 13, 1H)2! and hope to receive the
joyable sea-breezes sweep the entire "In other words, an entertainment support of my many friends.F. Yachts and Launches. The
coast from Jacksonville to Miami\ -social. lawn party, concert, dance J. WZBB. Mention the j DVOOAr& when writing. Leamington WEST PALM BEACJIT,
and Key West. It is this incomparable baseball match, or any other kind of FLORIDA.W. .
amusement-which embraces a money ...
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winter and summer climateof consideration, mutt pity' ruth far adt'rrNeing. .* C. ERNST, Manager
Florida! that makes this State We and will GOODALL-OLD SEABIlEEZli "
can not, not run
On Lake Worth
Postofflc and
opposite business
the pearl of all the others, for we this business for fun." houses. Large verandas.

have at least ten good months in !Strictly: first'-oloss.. Summer Rates, $2 per day. Special by the week.

the year when everyone can workor Foley's Honey and Tar contains no The Seaside Inn OLD SEABREEZE. ---.--- .. ------ ------- -- ---------- ._ .
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walk outdoors in comfort. This opiates and can safely be gl child (DAYTONA) FLA. -
Sold B. It. Wilson &
ren. by Son. WHITE'S CREAM
out-door life is the great boon to Opposite Keating' New Casino and rler. This handsome new, modern TORMS''

invalids for they can nearly always Clyde Steamship JMue. hotel situated oo.the finest Surf Bathing Deach: in Florida is now open for V V ] VERMIFUCEIJI. i !

breathe the pure, bracing air, and the Spring and Summer trade. Large airy rooms. Exchange and Dining ....'!.. air -._ fif'"JO ''I'

have their the Florida health and youth restored Steamship Tickets and Line reservations can be secured via the of Clyde Chas. Room overlooking ocean. Fine cuisine and service. Terms very reasonable For 20 Years Has Led all Y/crn Nerve les. .

on East Coast, eitherIn II. Walton at the ADVOCATE office TltusTllle. JAS. H. JOhNSON .t SONS. %a X>> :JB TT .A.XX.: : : : :X)n.1TGOXSJANES ; ; ozo.; .. .

winter or summer. Winter House: GRAND ATLANTIC, Dayton, Florida. Pr''pa"d br--- F. BALLARD St. Louis.'

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100 Per Cent 1VI.A.H.: ::JE3JEitC>S. ,, 1

Air Ricou's many friends In Eden are Mr. and M..., F. M. Hudson are delighted .6 3ti. :
pained to learn of his heavy loss by fire, to have Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Hudson of fiO .

last Saturday. Sebastian, Mr. Hudson's father and WHOLESALE GROCERS .

PROFIT WITHIN Chas. Mast and A. D. Merwin who mother, decide to make their future i ) L
have been north for a three weeks' visit home with them here. They arrived

YEAR.Do returned Monday night, looking well Tuesday night. Fruit and Produce Jobbers r,

A and fat. The Misses Mabel and Helen Schuyler,

J. H. LeTonrncau sold his fine catboat of Jensen ; Miss\ K bu and Master Ned 1
this week, to Edgar of Ifbrth LeTourneau, of Eden, and Master Lester
: Lewis An-
Want It Sawyer, of this Baking Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLK.'FLA.
You ? kona. We were sorry to see "the Swal- place, were tbojllu'sts of ,
low homeward Reginald Waters lust Friday, It being

IF SO, M(> damesl\ Rooks Merwin and the hitter's birthday WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED.

LeTouineau and the Misses Miller and The Tibbals Dathlng club was enter
Urown were the guests of Mrs. J. T. tained last Thursday by Mrs. J. '1'. PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seed .

Send Your 'Address Waters, at the rceular meeting of the Waters. There was a large attendanceof Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In season iI.We
'Tibbals the members and a great many, Invited
Bathing club. last
afternoon.We Thursday guests from neighboring settlements. 'Most healthful solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables. "

TJ The bathers bad a delightful Limo as ________ ___________ __________
forget last week --------- ----------------- hh
to mention an well as those who indulged'in games of
Important meeting <,if the Point Lacers, various kinds. leavener in "
A. KEAIINY which took place at the home of Mrs Eau Gallie. Fort Pierce
Chas. Wolf and which was one of the Those of residents who have teams '.
most delightful meetings the club has took advantage of the moonlight nights thevorld.
ever held. of last week for calling/ on friends. In the Rain Is much needed In this district. At lust, wo had a little rain, but not
l-M PEARL STREET neighboring towns, and also enjoying enough to do much good. r
Mrs. E. A. Ireland invited five of the the drive the banks of the beautiful Goes farther. The different fluting firms are all busy,

New York. young people of the neighborhood last Indian River. amidst the waving;\ Alligators are seeu dally In the watersof pleasant Louis visitor Stoechel. In of town the on Narrows Monday.was. n
Saturday: to meet Miss Lucy Bonker ofWavelaod. palms, with their green foliage sparkling our hiubor. ., Incv.
They In. the Moore held services in the Methodist :
spent delightful day moonlight. No few lovers are to -
(Mention the ADVOCATE.] and were tired happy children when be seen strolling, driving and bicyclingon / Eau The Gallio's yawl :Norma harbor Is for snugly the summer.moored in church last Sunday to large' congregations.

evening came. our nice shell road, or rowing: or sailing \)- 'f
==- ----------- -- ------ The Ladies' Aid Society II of the Eden on the placid waters of the river. It 110.... ftAKlNO POWMft CO, sew Miss Oglcsby: wilt visit Jacksonvillefor Archdeacon It. F. Brown held services

Stuart.Rain Congregational church will bold a mug- would puzzle the novelist to picture so a few days, leaving Ran Gallle next In St. Andruw's, church on Wednesday \

loaleat the home of Mrs. John G. Wey, grand a scene as that enjoyed by the week. evening ;a

on Tuesday evening, June 31'd. which writer while taking this beautiful dilve. Melbourne.GOODK Major Jordan In. harvesting some fine Mr. Floyd, of Orlando, representing

fell In torrents here on Tuesday.. promises to be a rare treat as a large The meeting of the Good Roads Association onions which ho. disposes of in our local Gitckonh !m !r it !Sons of Savannah was

0. K. Wood made business trip to number of very talented musicians will of the fifth district which was markets. calling on our merchants on Wednesday.We : .
take part. held, last Saturday at the Jensen Town The steamer Kathleen. Hodg
was on
Cocoa this week. & trntDtt-Real l Estate and LOKIIK, are glad to hear that W. J. Base
The Indies are all engaged in doing Hall, was largely attended and was the Agent for wKtnA, London and Liverpool I amiololie. son's ways this week -undergoing some and family are convalescing from their r
Do not target: to advertise your pine most interesting meeting yet held. After I'rovlclciioe. Wiwhlnirtnn! unit Ann, Fire minor repairs to the hull.A '
fancy work at recent antI to them out ,
present-making glovesfor Illness hope see
slps: and suckers the ADVOCATE. the of the Insurance. B)>ttolal attention paid to theinterests
apple pineapple We will be report committee was given of nouraslilaots.jgy .
picking. glad large cistern Is being built in Walden soon I
Mrs. Robert :HcPberson spent the first when there is a factory that will make forcible by F. M. Hudson and, In a very clear and -- grove the property ot Mrs. S. K.Dm Improvements still keep going:: ahead.MnsHraFuu .
part of the week sight-seeing at Palm the right glove and at a price that will manner several letters bad : Subscriptions for the AnvocATIC. hour. The cistern I III being housed In & Stewart are hnvlug/ a largo
jioiicli. not be ruinous. We do not like to see been read, received from prominent road the pink paper of the Kilst Const, will"be from the heal I of the sun. building erected on their nowly acquiredlot .1 "r
the ladies' hands scarred from builders In the State, In which the relative received at tho Melbourne Postofllco. \ "i '
Captain A. J. Lewis of West Palm cutting heavy canvas. up value of shell and the various kindsof John Near, our photographic artist, is to bo used for a store "

Bead), was here on Sunday, calling on rocks to be found in Florida for road Chas. T. McBrido, Is doing big! business developing Home line views of South Wo worn much pleased to notice the : ,,.
friends.R. Reginald Waters had birthday last purposes, was given, was taken to these days In the grocery line. Florida brought back by tho yawl announcement of H. I, KIopp: for county .'
has Friday and celebrated by asking Curl decide which should be used on our rilncosH, Saturday/ last. commissioner of the /5th district lie Is "
M. recovered from
Spartworth Miss Jennie Miller is homo again and "' .
Sobuyler and Ned and Hebn roads. The vote In '
his recent and Is able bo was unanimously Mr. anti Mis C. A of Grand gentleman of thorough business capacity
illness now to seems to be enjoying her well earned va Alnesworth
LeTourneau of this to the favor of shell.
place, spend /Much a solid vote would and eminently iuitllfled to fill the
Mich. have decided remain
about Rapids to
again. cation. ,
day. They had 1gran,1 time, with a have been impossible without the care poMltlon.
Mrs. Felix Gibson and children arrived I chicken dinner and a frolic In the river Investigation/ by the members of the : Rlpo blackberries in our market last with us during the summer Mr. Allies-
After illness Mr Jool
long-sutTeilug ,
worth homo In Knit Gallic. a
owns a /
sfuw days ago and joined Mr. Gibson : followed by games. But the walk home, association combined with the untlielng Saturday grown. by U, A. Conkling at cozy : Scott one of our moat respected townsmen "'
on his plantation. after a day of hard play nearly exhausted efforts of our County Commissioner. Tillman. Frank Shore, prominent in the Hnhlng I passed away Saturday!:\' afternoon
I them. The late rains have done Interests of I limo :East I'.alll
much /good to Const was in
He leaves widow and
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley came up from The writer regrets; very much that the Shorn at 2 o'clock. (
Jupiter on Saturday and spent !Sundaywith : Mrs. S. 1<" Webb entertained the Tea White City coiiespondeut should take growing vegetables, pineapples and (ialliea few days this week. Mr. four little children to mom his loss' m '
will station branch of his. luminous
tnelr parents iiore. Club, Wednesday afternoon. There were offense at our Item of previous date as orange tiees. atGrant Dr. O. I1. Platte" was faithful In Ills attendance y
seventeen ladies present who all enloyed we have not the slightest; desire to do Percy Iladtuy left on Tuesday for his for a time.T. on the sick mnn, and did everything '\i $:
Curd Shroeder- building a packinghouse themselves very much. Mrs. Webb holds anything that would deprive White Cityof homo lit Monrovia. Intl.. but we look for C. Hums. of West Palm }Beach, Is known to human skill mind medical o'
so that he can handle his June the record at present for the best Ice any credit It may be able to secure, him buck ere long, In Eau Onllla for a few days on personal science to stay the great destroyer, but I i

Crop to better advantage.M. cream> That which she served at the for the people are surely entitled to all It I Allen Campbell, of Iloseland is upending buslnes. Dlt. Hums in connected with his name was on the roll call and ho 'J'

R. Johns made a trip to Miami on tea was simply perfect It was so dalle- Is possible for them to get, for their un- a few days at Hotel Itelivuo with his the F. E. C. Line. Ills lends! were obeyed the summons that oil must respond ; \.'_
Thursday taking a prisoner charged lously rlclv and smooth. Mrs. LeTour- tirelng efforts. This Is why the Tibbala mother and brother pleased to welcome him nt his uld home to when I the time conic to passover ,' ,"
with carrying concealed weapons. Dead will have the next tea, June 11th. correspondent did not object to the the /great 'II vhle. The sympathy of '
I Remember the d.ito. White City correspondent using;, the Claude Henojean spent a few days nt The Misses Rosa>> and Nehla UochMler.of the entire community goes out to tho ;
Walter Kitching is having a chimney name of the same gentleman, without Ankona this ,
and fireplace built in lehidenoe..Chas One of our plneapplo growers said the saying he was a resident of Tlblmls, BOas Alex. J. Uoode in his yncht Saturday next. These ladles will ho ones 4 ;
of ) other day that "Indications favor much missed In Eau Gallle and will
Bhikealey, Bpracebluif: Is doing the were ------
not to infer that be resident of
work. able for a big rain and If we get a big was a Mrs Maigaiet. M. Goodo Is home strain have many sincere filends to await their Stand Like Stone Wall "
White This done weeks u :
City. was ;
rain we will have a big/ crop: of pines a some after a pleasant visit with her daughter return. '
Mr and Mrs. II. J. McGionls, of Savannah big crop of pines means a big pocketbook ago. It is easy to see that both of us are at Eiclldouno Inn, Rouelaud.Mrs. Between your children nnd the. torture ;1:
arrived here on Tuesday night, and a big'pocketbook will give liable to make such errors and should Some Inrge specimens of the crocodilewere of I Itching and burning eczema,scaldhend 11'1:
and will\ spend some time on their pineapple body the big head." We have bad the not throw atones until we are positive we Laura Adam has returned to her noon by our townsman, J. K. M. or other skin diseases.. How? Why, by "
are not guilty of the similar home In Fieemint. Ind., but her son, Hodgson, whllo the south '
plantation here. big rain, so just watch out for the rest of same) or a BlIllln cruising/ on using ucklon'. Arnica Salve, earth's .
offense. On the other hand If the White Leon Adams is Melbourne coast. Tho :ditTurcnce between this "
Mr. and Mrs. Rea are back again from It. We have all decided to stand It, If It greatest hoalur. Quickest cure for ulcers ,'- :
City correspondent will Investigate boor Capt. Alex. J. Gentle Is homo In Mel- animal and the alligator line\ In the shapeof fever sail burns :;'1brl1lMeli.
their home place on the north side of comes, even if we have to put hoops on sores, rheum "uta. or }
the river. They report a very pleasant our heads. she, as It may be, will find that the same bourne, after spending/ several months In the head and jaw. Infallible for piles. !iSc at II. ) I I'j:.J.

outing the past week gentleman grew a crop of potatoes here, Jensen Hobo Sound and Neptune. The Misses )Uoolislor vt 111 ship to Brooklyn It. Wilson A Son's drug store ')1
Last Sunday afternoon several boat before, and another crop the past season, ,
Mrs. Curd Sbroeder and daughter I loads of people went to the Herman bay and being-so successful, decided to try S. C. Collins Savannah ; Capt. 'Wilson a quantity of shells eto., as souvenirs ,,!
of the cruise to the the Princess.
and Cleveland and !Sylvia: Kltcuiug arrived pavilion as is, customary every pleallllntuDd.y it where the land was not so valuable anon Jacksonville; J. II. Rucher Atlanta keys, on ItKAL 12STAT1: FOIL 8ALI2. .;
The ladles also secured some 'line specimens
from Sebastian:) ou Friday night, to afternoon tu summer. It may the pineapple litlire which ho Mid were guests of the McUrlde house this of while and ) which theywill --- bAs
spend the summer mouth seem strange 'to an outsider. to have with siiCcexH. I full to seu how my week. \ to their prey corn ,home when Administrators of the Estate of ,1.
beach parties on Sunday, but before the filend could know to which experiment All the folks from Grand I View cottage they carry return north.liiooklyn William 'Treutlor riereitsrd. W<- offer at "
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bailey arrived missionaries found tin, and we bad no I lefencd. Others have growl the same have gone to East Melboiiinu to n|>eud private sale the' following described Real '
from /ban Mateo ou Tuesday evening.! ''I churches It became the custom to meet crop here Including the writer, with two weeks in the Phillipscotage by the On Hat. u i day. lost, about ID ". m., the K tato belonging to said Estate: ,
Mr. Bailey bun come to stay several, on the old ocean was our nor BIICCCKK, which we would be pleased to sea. Pilncess arrived Enu. Jalllo, aftera I
months, and will superintend: the ship Sundays' does In month's cruise clown the The No. 1. Sold \dNo ,
moo. not now reem complete prove pel son. Chas. H. Faran who has'spent .the const. ..,
ping of his pineapple.ciop.There without our regular beach visit. months pleasantly at hotel C..ile-pa"tfur lx>iud reports a grand time-no 2. All of toll of NKi. Section! :21, t.' ,'

ate now soveuU-en launches on Rev. F. Weatherwax both A LESSON IN HEUTII.-Health; ton leaves us, thin week, for hU homo insects, plenty of tan, freckles sunburn Township 27 South, Range 31 East, covered ,
the St. Luole River owned at and near morning: and evening at the preached Congregational kidneys filter the impurities from the In alncinnatl: O. shells, cocoanuts, baiinnns' and unlllllltl'llfun with wntor, lying In said KIIU (Jallle .!.
Stuart. 11. W. liettsey owns the largest church last and Archdeacon blood, and unless they Fred Muller the smallest, Mr. joibett I). F. Brown Sunday preached, at St.- health Is Impossible Koley's Kidney Mr. Van Metrn left on Tuesday for Ms the party gained nine pounds weight, about ill) notes, more or less, '
Indiana home ;"
after spending several during the cruise. J. A. Gilbert was No. 3. Hold
the fastest, and Charles Woodward the Paul's Episcopal church In the morning. Cute makes sound kidneys and will positively 'r
neatest. 'Ve are always sorry when there Is ser- cure all forms of kidney and blad- pleasant mouths In Melbourne lIe came captain nud nailing muster No. 4. That portion of 8W>{, S ctloD' .,.r
der disease. It strengthens the whole here for his health and has improvedvery 'Township: 27 South Itnnge :17 East, : ,.
vice at both churches' at the tame hour l
Kirby Smith who has been gardeningat much. '
system. Sold by U. R. Wilson A Son. commencing at point feet West from "
for we all like to attend both but alt II
Gomez this season, was In town UD L)r. L. A. Peek I Is back In Melbourne TRAVELING IS DANGEROUS. Northeast corner post on }(4 Section line '
Thursday. He says he planted aa- small changes make confusion( it In not possible again and can. be found at his home or atUie Constant motion jars the kidneys which an .aforesaid and 110 feet South of sold X ?J
lot of egg-plants which noted him $l.;.;jO. to alter the dates, Kev Weatherwax White City. Melbourne drug store. There are are kept In place In the body by delicate Section line for a stalling/ point\ thencerun ,J

This Is at the rate of (8 per day for the returned and to Melbourne F.W. Jtlchards'8100p. very few sick folks In Melbourne, but we attachments This is the reason that !Iiuth4:1: feet thence East; 10(1( feet, t
hopes to bring his wife back -
time spent upon them. like to have the Doctor In town. tiavelers, trainmen streetcar men, teamsters thence South 4M:! feet thence West to "
As the launch Admiral was coming with him on his next trip. The weather Is very dry and vegetation ; and all who drive very much suffer Section line thence North 62H!!! ft, thence Im:
Alden Had left last Ie
down the south last Friday she Last Monday people began to abserve. Is In serious head of rain. ley week for from kidney disease In some form. Fo- East 717 feet more or less tots point 10<> I ,l
prong Land to attend the '
commencement exercises Ie Cure the kid ,I
a cloud of smoke which gradually over- ) Kidney strengthens feet West of Southwest! corner of plat of
which bole in her ,
ran on a tore a
snag Mrs. Fransen and Alma of the Stetson then
spread the sky and began to say to each University, go neys and cures all forms of kidney and Harno thence ho nth 1C>0 feet thence i
stuffed in
Capt. Bessey some spent a pleasant day with Mrs. Lemont north to Mir home In .nrovla Ind. !,
bladder disease (leo. II. Hausao loco- '
old etc. her afloat io awe stricken voices: "It's from Mar East 760 feet to West aide of E. C.
canvas, whioh'kept last week. The best wishes of his Melbourne motive 0. writes "(:
flleud'I' engineer, Lima : on.
until she could be repaired. tinique. It truly seemed uncanny. Hallway right of-way, thence North on
borne Imagined U smelled like charcoal Biltton. Jones and Geo. Sullivan who follow him. We hope to see stant vibration of the engine caused mea West side of F. jI C. Railway right-of- ,,

Friday evening the following Seminole while others could plainly detect sulphur webs on a vlntl to Lake KlHsimmeu by soon.Meibourneltes. prrenr deal of trouble with my kidneys, way Oil feet' thence East to point of beginning
Indians came to town from Lake Okee- but after awhile the wind, which horse and buggy! returned last Friday. are now enjoying turtle I and I got n<. relief until I used Kolej's excepting railroad right-of-way I
chobee: Willie John, wife and children, hud been southeast, veered around to the omlets, jt-ms and turtle hrende and hey Kidney Cure." Mold! by Wilson fe Sun through said land. Containing about 2ft
Nellie and Editb Mr. and Mrs. Austin spent a few days are good. The sluice low litier.,
Mariner ParktrCoffee southwest, and our "volcano smoke" ere* Including the County rond. This ;
Gophe, and the Misses Gardner and Annie proved to be from a fire In the pine woods In Jensen making arranitements to stay Jolly Iarllollgo over quite often now, to T_iMtir) .' Examination.': tract linn .M voting grove of MX or 600 r'im '"
there for few weeks
I'nrker. They brought In a wagon which an upper current of air had a during pineappleseason. Melbouine Beach, on.a turtle hunt. It trees on It, and artesian well, etc.

load of aillliator hides birds, beaded brought across. We felt relieved for we Is great sport for young people, and also TIi. June examination for No. A. Benin at Southennt. corner of
work, eio., which they sold .to our merchant admit we ale cowards when the forces of O. A. Frost, of Tltusvllle, candidatefor for some of the older folks. lirevHrd ciMinly Hill he held In 1 he|>ul>lla lot now, or formerly, owned by J, L. Harrison

., Kitchlng. nature are turned loose and we don't the office of Prosecuting Attorney, school building, Ht TltiiMvllIo benlnuiug thence: run Mouth across, Elbow '
even want to smell smoke from a volcano. spent a few days here, the guest of Mr. You never heard of anyone using For 011 Tuesday. Juno 3rd. 1IMM.Jt. creek to North boundary of land belong; '

WILL CURE CON8UMPTION.-. Austin. ley's honey and Tar and not bring null. E. MlMK.Supt. log tc, Wm. Trim tier, thence East alon

A. llerren Finch, Ark., writee"Fuley's! Folej's Honey and Tar Is peculiarly Ira Lamont celebrated his 18th birth. fled. Sold by U. R. Wilson &: Sun. \4\ Section: line which Is. time North boundary

Honey and Tar Is the best .preparation adapted for asthma, bronchitis and day this week by taking a vacation. lie (Hold Up A CoiifrresMiiim. of Wm. Tr.lltler'.ll1nd ro North bank t
for,coughs, colds and lung trouble. I hoarseness. Sold by Wilson Hon. Is. employed in the general store of James South of Rlbow creek thence West along bank:
know It has cured consumption In the Neal at Jensen. Rockledge. "At the end of the campaign' write of said creek to point of beginning beingIn
Champ" Clark, Missouri's brilliant congressman section 41. ) 27 Mouth
first stages. Hold by Wilson" don Fled Christensen has been : Township Range
plowing for 'f,onl overwork, nervous tension 87 Knst ThU. land! Is covered with the
Indianola.William Hurrah for Mao for reprellentatlvefThe
Jones Brothers lately. The Jones boys I IIIHS of sleep and constant speaking" watei of the creek.
Micco.The are all going over to the Indian River ADVOCATE: Is a welcome visitor I had shout utterly o llu|>Nrd. It seemed Hold.
No. ft.
during the pineapple season these dull .. that all the In body
day.V. organs/ my were
Smytble's horse, which had No. 7. Commence about I 0 chains 35
been sick for several days: died Monday Mr. Carlton of Arcadia, was the guest \ learn that another residence i III to out of order but three bottle. of Elcctilo link Went from Northeast coiner of
weather Is delightfully cool and night.Mr.. of Mr. Orrel, last Thursday night. Mr. be built In the lower hammock) this sum Bitters made me all right. It's the best Section 'M( on Section/ line between Sections
breezy. The drouth however, Is becoming Carlton was on an equestrian journey to mer-let the good work go on. all-round medicine" evrr sold over a druggist's 17and W, run West9chains 13: links, '
severe. and Mrs. John MacDonald left visit, his brother at Fort Pierce. counter. Over worked rundown thence South 10 chains links, thence ;
lost Saturday, for their northern home II. J. Magnider' was down from Oak men and weak, sickly woni..n gain, splendid South degrees .. ERne H chains f
The pineapple shipping season will begin In Attleborougb, Mass. X. D. Hanson Is very busy putting his Hill anllIpent Sunday with his parents, health and vitality from Klcctrlo; Hitter to Eau Jallle River thence follow the
month later than usual, owing to farm Into good: share, preparatory to his them. Guaranteedby
a Mr. and Mis. C, I) Magnider.' Try Only Otic. .
Giillle Hlver
of Kau In :
Sanders shore
Misses Alice and Beatrice returned an Bll.llterlJ'dlrectlun
going to Jensen to take of
tardy bloom. The crop will\ be fair. charge a large B. K. Wilson &; Hon.
from school the first of the week. pineapple plantation during/ the shippingseason. : Miss Louise M. Pose( I. having a new to a point due South from place
Sheriff Brown was here recently making It Is pleasant to have the young people wharf built all the old one, built el.ch1ern of beginning thence north to point of
a search for two negro convict, who back again. years ago, has passed Its days of useful I3T: Filter tubes are now for sale at beginning, containing 0 sores, more or
escaped from the road camp between Mr. Dutton has been having the large ness.J. this office, price 2lets; postage extra les. and known as the Kltchell place. ,
The hot, dry weatber'sti'l continues ditch Iri front of his
here and Grant. no relief In sight yet from the drouth. has bad a large dam place thrown deepened and the E Arnout, the contractor who has No. 8. NEB of faction 2ft, Township

The fishermen who have been seiningfor The leaves on the orange trees are curled northeast of his place to keep up the on water moved !Jr. Hughlelt's .drug store and Clotliliiif Clenncil, Dyed, 27 South, Range 37: East containing 100
mullet have abandoned their seine. up badly; the fruit. Is still droppingoff from the tlatwoods from coming on his residence was visiting his friend, 31. C. acres, less railroad right-of-way. '

on account of scarcity of mullet and and the orange crop will be much land from that direction. Salmon:) on Sunday. Pressed and Kepalrerl Toadies'tires-. No. 0. X\V>i Section Townsblp;

have gone; to trolling for trout Instead. less than last year.Iteveals Albeit Smith of New Haven I III hereto a specially. Address, 27 South, Range 37 East, containing 100 t
Frank Guntler of the firm of
Egan acres, less railroad rlghtofw8Y.'J..
further the New Itock- HAM PKHKISS
){ Bertleson and Williamson wentto Improve ,
esllrs. Skinner! fe Co. and Mr. Pond of the firm
Melbourne, last week to attend a road tit Great Secret.It of Kobn Furcbgott, A Co., both of ledge hotel, by changing partition, put Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street No. 10. 41 00-100 acre, loss railroad r
meeting. They report that the district Jacksonville ting up winding stairs, eto. P. O. Dos 2.19. Sanford, J'l 1.. MRht-of-wav, being part of Lot 1 and.'of '
were here last week for ,
Is often asked how such startling NEW of NWJi, Section S, Township 27 'ji
will vote for an Increase In taxes as the best the purpose of taking orders from our We often hear of people left out In the
the physician Houtli
that East known
cures, puzzle flange 37 as J. L. .I
means of raising sufficient funds for the are effected by Dr. King's New Discoveryfor I store which is beginning: to look like wet, but w. are surely left out In the Two Fine Lot For Sule. Stewart: place. 1
proper completion of the public roads. Here's the secret. It business again. The drummers were dry, a* it seems to rain all around us bat
Consumption. N 11. l.otll1 and block 4 Townof ,
cuts out the phlegm and germ-infected a! traveling from town to Jown In a comfortable bus not come to our relief yet. Two fine I -are tot lying on Indian Kau Gallle. f

What Thin Folks NeedIs mucus, and lets the life giving oxygen i I' carriage.A River, 2 mile south of Fort Pierce on a .
a greater power of digesting and assimilating I enrich and vitalize the blood. It heals What Is Foley's Kidney Core Answer: good shell road. Each lot has aOO( feet No. lit.: Lot 1, block 4, Town of Fan

food. For them Dr. King's the inflamed, cough-worn throat and I REVELATION.-If you make Inquiry It Is made from a prescription of a lead- river frontsge. Illuh. bluff, covered with Oallie.under Quitclaim deed for this only- ':
held Tax
New Life Pills work wonders. They tone ; lungs. Hard colds and stubborn coughssoon I It will be a revelation you how log Chicago physician sod one of the palms and hardwood' timber. Good for and Title. address 4
Md regulate the digestive organs gently yield to Ur. King's New Discovery many succumb to kidney or bladder roost eminent physician In the country. oranges, grapefruit tangerines and pineapple for prices term ,
expel all pofslons from the system, enrich the most Infallible remedy for all throat troubles one form or another. If the Ingredients: are the purest that mon *. No better location on the riverat F. A. MORGAN and W. II. JONES, .
the blood Improve aopetite. make and lung diseases. Guaranteed bottles patient is not beyond medical aid, Foley's ey can buy and are scientifically combined any price. $ICOO.OO( for each lot. As Administrator of the Estate of Was.

healthy flesh. Only :25o: at Wilson Son's 50o and *1. Trial bottles free at B. R. Kidney Cure will cure. It never disappoint to gee their utmost value. Sold C. T. McCABTT, Treatler, deceased
drug store. Wilson- fc Son's drag store. v *. Sold by B. H. Wilson A Son. by B. K. Wilson: Son. Ankona, 71a. TttusTlllt, Florida.EA.ST r.p


., ......... ... A.. .. ,_ .. -.- ". .-, ,



tary's carriage turner tne corner aim g **THH EAST COAST or FLORIDA "

came swiftly toward blip.; Carey ran is PARADISE REGAINED.
to the spot, which had been previously/
i agreed 1 upon and tried/ to make bin fellow
conspirators/ understand that their i
% 1.! T victim. was in sight I by signaling/ with NyW.o. flORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY. r

1 Ills arm and pointing.The .

Fruit. result, however though exactly ,,:i- p t LOCAL TIME CARD No.. 40. In Effect
what might have been foreseen hardly h April 15, 1902.

Its quality (influences, clime up to hla expectations The tour IYL vJ eF1so SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. .

i the selling price.Profitable men at the windows were waiting for a NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
r, man with a handkerchief. Instead, tbey E No. 39No., 311 --=-
fruit 78'No.
11 saw ono without, any such nlgnaling/ ,'? n it v..uy11&11/I MAIN LINE. No 1100117 11&117IS 32
} insured h ,
growing only _
apparatus, evidently excited and pointIng ;
::44 when enough actualPotash wildly! the street. 00 910 a Ly................. .Jacl up Instantly they P a
t.n II oa PI II 4'3a Lv..................60. Jaokeon"UI..L" ::1
conjured up vlslona of traitors In their ( R t Chyti pz o 15 JO 611. ...................... St.AiiKintlriB.....................e 0 6o U P 847 f.O.a. a 3
ranks IUlll} of detectives on their tracks 1 111 0 40 11 27 ................. Hastlnns......................... .e14 p> 7 Ina e
H CF 6 03 11 4.1: ................. ..
? East;: Palatka ...................... t &S y p4
and dropping their weapons, incontinently -: 83 p 12 la neoaa.......................... all I' e 1Il\8.12. iiI :
and hastily fled.Ou N f U p 12 81 .............-........2)u nnel I....................... ,. 161 p> II 09. y
I is (in the fertilizer. fq a p4106' ...................... Dupont........................*... .09 II f e I
the evening of Oct. 11, 1878 a policeman o 18 p...:..........'..........Ormond.......................... a ta y> II 8S 04a i t
Neither quantity nor ) on duty near the Coliseum fi; B10p I iSp ........ ..,.......... Daytona......................... 88ip J ails a !r II :
8 SO P 29 P :......................Port Oration................ ......, 8 at OJ..n '
good quality possible Music hull, Liverpool" noticed an unusual .l a oOp 148 I' ............,......... Nsw Smyrna.. ... ...........*...... a 03 p II 600aI II n g:t ..toO, 1 IF .
I without Potash commotion at the entrance. Disheveled 1 ....... \ 09 p ........... .............Oak lilll..........................8 sa p ....... .n a=l
,4 s ....... \I t7 P ....................... '.l'ltu.Yll1e. ...................... 803 p... .. 0.> l lI
r boys and girls their clothing ...... II It I' .................Cocoa ...:....................1 20 I' ...... i r
Writeforourfrw ,1okugiving In instances torn from ..r O....... II as p ...................Rookleilirfl.! ....................... 1 .GO p....... c l
detail. I many their ;oj ....... 8a 7 p............. ...........Kan Ualllg....................... t9 y........ g
backs and some of them covered with i ; 0 ........ sp............... .....Alel bourne........................1288p.P ... '" I
GERMAN KALI WORKS blood were pouring' / from the galleryexits a: $11 'tal'................::::..... Bebaatlun........................ 1111II a ....:.. i 0
113 Muuu 8k,Now Yak City. 6"p ...................... St Luol ...... .. .. .. 11 Olio. .......
while from within the 046p ................. .....FortYleroe. :
building ...... ................lists.. ... .. co R: i 1
came the sound of and loudcrlcH II 53 p................. White City....................... 10 4M1s ....:.. .. 0 1
shrieking Tri-AYcckly Sailings .. e 00 I' ......................... TtbbaU.......................... 108.1.:. ....... II i s!
for help 7 ItcullKlug: something of 8' 000 p.d.................. .....Kden..........................1028. .... .. !a
Free and a 14P.. Jensen. .. .. ... ............ 7 J:
what Was happening the constable 10 IIIIL ..
; eat p.... ....... .......... ... :. aC
>< fltuart. ,. ... ..........,.10146 ... -t
Accented l Masons. seized an ax and smiished in two of the BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. .. .. Up ...::*..*..............TopA Saved*...................... 9 41 n ..,:... o-t e a
////f "extra" doors. ........ ,707P .......................Weak Jupiter ...................... D82a:. ....... Y
bt, ....., 7.0 p ....................WeBt Palm Beaoh.: ................... 8 FN .......
Ills prompt octJon undoubtedly saved Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) ....... 8 081 .........................Boyn'on ..................... 883.a. ....... l" ii
....... 9 0& p...................... Ft. Lauderdsle..................... l' .
Indian No. CO scores! It not hundreds of lives for by ....... 9 t7p ....................... Lemon City ....................... 6 96a... .
this time the auditorium had become a The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service ...... act I' ........ ..:...............AtiamL.. .. .,.................. 646x6 ....... n

River TitnevllleLodge. veritable pandemonium wherein sever BUFFET PARLOR CARS ON THAIS 83 AND '.

el) thousand people, mad with terror, The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. .

<< /V \ Florida. were fighting and struggling with one Direct bervlce Between BRANCH; LINES SCHEDULES.FAX.ATX4. .
1 ttuliU Im taeattngatila K" nnil an.l fourth Friday another for precedence.'
1 of aach, month a' the late Armory, Tit "- Thirty-seven of the number lost theirItvei' Jacksonville Boston Providence and. all Eastern Points. --- !
tl Illo at 7::3<)o'clock AND EAST FATiATKA.Jo. .
J. h. Walker, t iIWfIl11lfa.te'. and more than twice that number' I
(Calling at; CliarloHton, S. C., both )
J. L. earuther."I.l r War.len ways .
were maimed for life. And the cause of 87 No. 85 No. 63 No. 49INo. 47
H. ee..der..Tnntnr, Wurdttn.t. No. 48 No. 49 ti
T. I STATr01ta No. No. Bi No. B8Pally
M. UI son, 'tr.aM"rem. tho panic was a fit of sneezing into Houthhouncl.,...... ..........SIS.MI-WEBKLY. .SAILINGS..... .from Lewis Wharf Bontoa Dally Dally Dally Dall7LLaity Uotly Dally Dolly bally
F.. A.Morgan Hughes\ ,, Boiiraturjr.J. which a cumber of girls In the front Northbound.from toot of Catherine Street, JacksouvllleClydc 3O p 8 B p I t SBpllfi.'fi 80 v i>aJatk . Ai 8 23 6 sa It p 5 25 7 55
I p
88 85 .. p
J.n.:8or ven,Senior l :IWwioii." row of the gallery were thrown owing it esoaAr. Eastl'alatkaLv 6 (Ua 705a.L U48aBO S 08 tMATPOHT 06
. R. E. Minn.Jr.. .luniitr' Unaonn. .
$. O. Vnnlanil, iiKliam.. Senior Steward.K. to some mischievous person tossing St. ;Johns River Line. .
III. Talor.ut"' Steward. some snuff into the air. -
P W. Hubert, Tyler. A number ot'tholle Dolinrjr Line.) .. i O No. 17 No. 6
_. .. ...... behind hearing DsiI' Dally Drily BTATIt iv' No. 8 No, 18 No. 20
"- ,
---- -- -- -- ---
and seeing a commotion in front, rose BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. Dally Dally Dally

EVENTFUL to their feet. Others joined them stopping at Palatka, Astor St. rants, Mere roril, (D..l.alld), llluu Springs\ and lnteriuedl t -landInicion gB p 1' 89 a re P If v.................... .0 .unvll .... ..... ............. p 630p

SNEEZING Shouts .and cries added to the confu tu.llt.Juuu'it iclvor. 307 1011 :: Ig 1111..1..::::::::::::::::Bouth Dlnaenah Jacksontdlle. ::::::.::::::::::t;/ S :II.I If 1H 123 P I
-- STEAMER "City of Jacksonville. e 6p p ...................AtlatloBesch.. .......... 8Wp
sion. An alarm raised that the .Lv 7."
was e II ) ...................... 11 40. 641p
HOW A LITTLE THINQ CAPT. W. A. 811A W. 211.P Maypnrt........... ....... ...Lv : 6301
MAY DE LADEN place was on fire, and n simultaneous (
i WITH! rush of hundreds of frightened people BAN :MATEO :BRANC1C.1T .
MEAT" RESULTS. r.-..v.r..n.n| |.fl t:4n: n. n.... ftimdavft.. .TiiamlRVfl, and'1'1"8.
I -- for the narrow exit doors was followed -L8a",8, ofordtlati ..-tit-,.11.111.8..tlo"1"( alltll'rlday.. -- Na 67
No. 46
by the results chronicled. Southbound, Read down BOHKUUl-li. :4orthbonnd.Read up. 'I'IOlt'S.BANFORD No. 48 No. 69
Al6I 6I A fI..*... I'ndr London nrlilice. That Leave 8i30 .m. .. ............. .Jackltonyllle..ArrlYe 2OOBiiu: Dally Daily Duly Dail yp
fo.t Two und oared Many ..Iv... I .' 8:45pi .. ......... .........Falatka. ................Leave 8UOnu. Ir 6 a v.. Mast ...
.. "A neighbor ran in with a bottle of .. HKMIam.... .. ....... ...... ...Astor ..... ..... .. ... 2:80: pn., 6 83 a Ar,...... ........,.... ,.San Mateo.a atka............,...,.....,.................Lvi 00. 1 ),
I A Sne That Averted Aami..lna- Chamberlain's' Colic, Cholera and Ular- titfOaiu.... .. ...... Bt. FTanclii' ........... '. I ::110, I'm.It. a 40 a 9 80
(Ion-On. That C'nn..d it Paulo rheoa Remedy when my son was suffering ...............erearord (UeLand)............. 1'JMn'li.:. : BRAN08. OR.A.NGm
41 O.IMIam. .. ......... .....lllna SpMngt.| ... ........ .. llKaiii.: CITY BRANCH.fI" .
I Exactly at (0 p. m.,on tho evening of with severe cramps and was given up Arrive 8:11(11111\ ..........-.........buiirorU. .................. Y:80.w: 111Ia117 No. 12 N..
as beyond hopo by my regular physician, BTATI0Na. No. I No. 2 No.4
X>co. 13, 1HH4. a sneeze one sneezed un who stands high In his profession. After Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.A. Dally Daily Dully 6TaTtoN.. Dally Duly

tier London bridge!! which consigned administering/ three doses of H,.. my son v.Tltu.vt I.......... 0 P p l IO a v Sa
two men to un JlIsta lit and horrible! l! regained consciousness recovered on HAGEIITY, Ettsfn: Poe. Agt., 11'. M.IRONMOfTOKR, J'i.: Asst. Oen.:Pan.Agt. S 718 88 a a/L..O.teeo..L"L..Mlm..L" 01 p 149 p Ill 91 a Lvlwks lisien.Lv 1 61 4 p y 4 60 cop p
State New York 204 ,Jacksonville Via.THOa. 11 III
1 St., I 4 03
'donth. tlrely within twenty-four hours," says D. HALEY Local O'relghtAgent, I, C. P. LOVKl.I, A".t.1Ia. 8ui>t.. 111II.. L........, Enterprise.........Lv II 110 a 4 06 p Il 45 80 a a Ar.Oog.Lv Orange City Lv 12 40 p 24 p
Their names were Lomasney and Mrs. Jlary Halter, of Mt. Crawford Va. foot HOKan St ,JaukHiuvllla,Fla. I Foot Hogan HI., JaoknoaTllIe Fla.THEO. 1110.. Ar...........Sanford...........L v1100 a 911 City Jo.Lv 18 40 p 410 P
This remedy Is for sale by all druggists JOHN. L,. HOWARD Superintendent, Foot Hogan St.,Jwikionvllle. Flu.
1I Fleming, and, they were conspirators, Manager. Uenaral 1 These Time Tables
O. Roams: General WM. H CLTI K CO. Agents. .h w the times at whloh trains
and medicine dealers.Something m"yl"ppeted
Building la State St.,Opposite Battery Park New York. from the several stations to arrive anddenarl
Ji 'bclr rnlsslon was to blow up the Cliewbroueb does but their arrl".1 0' departure a' the times stated 18 not guaranteed. I
nor bold
bridge with dynamite because it was New In Mechanic C. WALTON.. Agent TItusville Fla. &herettom.the Company Itself re.poa.tble for say delay or any Consequences arising )

considered tat that time there Great Is the humor of woman when .

would he wore ppopltt' croKHlny, It- she docnn't' mean It, great is the nerve Peninsular: and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.BETWEEH" .

workmen, vorkfirlrln and others von of woman when she doesn't need It, SEJ }BC>.A. I>
their wny homo from business- nt and great are the nerves of woman MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HA V NA.

any other mid that the lose lu human when It HO pleases her. This combination AIR LINE RAILWAY. SOUTHBOUND. NORTHBOUND;

life would be therefore ('orl'cIIIHJJ1lllnj13'lnol'e Is blamable for the following: Avery Lv.MlauraMon.' Weds..........,.......11 00 p Lv.tlavanaTues.Thur. ..... .
4 R ppn 11141jJ. pretty girl sat In a Long Island Ar.Key Weft, 99 p I Ar. Key West Tuei, Thur. .....I,..;..."". J 00 it
Lv Key Wont.Tues.Thuri....... "" 30 p
... ..... 7 30 Lv. "t''fue..
All went well flrst ofdcaporadoeii p Key Thurs .
I at Tinpnlr .railroad train Suddenly the whlstld Ar. Havens We".. FHs ................. G 7
Capital City Route. W a Ar. Miami Wed.l Frls. ....::::::!. .!.:. ooS
dropped nolwcIcHMly"' down blew. It is perhaps not necessary to For copy or Local Time Card address Agent.'
1 the river In a bout, with forty pounds any that a Long Island railroad whls The Shortest Route. J. D. any
of dynamite In tlirlr IOMNCHHOII| to1I'0ther tie is more etlicnclous than otherwise. RAHCTER Asst. Oen. Pass. Agent ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

with the nei'entiiry: fnxcK mid detonators. It ia tuned to the key of \V and Is op The Best Line.

q Arrived' nt their destination crated with a great diapason giving
line with Double Daily' Service Including Sundays to .
A however they foiniil I that the gully liolu out a brand of yelping shriek different Only rser---rrs __ A .___. .....
underneath the southern ureli of tin from anything known to nature. Te SAVANNAH:! COLUMBIA, OAMDEJT', 8OUTHEUX PINES: RICHMOND,

structure, wherein It hull been their Intention repent the whistle whistled. "O-o-owl"! WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, :NEW! YORK FOR.

to liiwort the exiiUmlve: had cried tbo pretty girl "Isn't that aw WITH! PULMAN'a BEST OARS. IX1 Kmond Washington Baltimore
Iioen ,toPllt'dlp.. IOI11UIIIICY'lmlertook till? I should think the railroad com
The Florida and Metropolitan Limited, a solid voatibuled train, St. Augustine and Philadelphia Boston1'' Atlanta I
to remove the obstruction, !but It occupied pany would have these things oiled. It
Jacksonville toNew: York, conftlHtlngof Dining, Compartment, Composite, Asheville Chattanooga Louisville
him some little time. Tho night Is nu outrage. Her companion had and
Observation Drawing Room Sleeping! Curs. j
was bitterly (,'cold and his comrade toe often heard of wetting whistles but Cincinnati St. Louis Kansas Cltx
chilled and wag seized with u sudden never before of oiling them. Think 11 Only line operating dally through I'ullmnn Car Service Jacksollvllle to New Orleans Detroit Cleveland Pitt.bur"Chicago.
Fur sleeper reservations and further )InformaUon write .
fit of sneezing\ In his limitation he over.-Brooklyn Times. i I etc.

dropped one or more of the detonators A. O. MACDONKLL, Aest Gen. Pane Agt. Jacksonville, Florida.J. .

he was holding, and these, fnlllntf on What lie Cams For. M. BAKU, K. E. L. BUNCII, .

the dynamite which was InyltiK: in the A learned judge who was one of the I. V. I'. A O. M., Oen. Pass. Agt.POHT3MOUTH Z he t ,

bottom of the bout, exploded it, with guests at a dinner was unexpected! VA.

dlsuitroxis results. Doubtless> however I .. .. _...
; ,, called upon to reply to a toast Recov' -- -
that Inopportune sneeze, although eying somewhat from tils surprise hi
ended the career of a pair of donporndoes said this situation reminded bin) e Dixie Flyer tome 'SOUTUfRN RAILWAYROUTE

saved London bridge from destruction. of the story of a man who fell Into tilt
water whllo he was fishing. -
That the flight lion. W. E. Forster With no little difficulty be was rescued N WESTERN: ATLANTIC RAILROAD, OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS: 14

died peacefully In his bed Instead of ,. and. after he had regained nil -route of the- '

being asnlnutod lu 1SS2:! was due to breath and was in a fairly comfortable niHOAOO AND FLORIDA LIMITED TRAIN THe Southern's Palm Limited .

a sneeze. Three times the connplrntora condition bis rescuer asked hint and,
laid In wait for him. but the last attempt bow he came to fall Into the water."I DIXIE FLYER SLEEPING CARS. THe Washington Richmond and

was the most determined of did not come to fall Into the water Florida Limited
and Florida Limited Is train from
them all. Four men a'med with heavy ," replied the unfortunate fisherman The Chicago/ quickest St. Augustine and I
Jacksonville. .
caliber navy revolvers were to waylay "I came to fish. THe New YorK and Florida ExpressTO
him as he drove from the viceregal i ... Chattanooga Nashville, LonUvllle, St. Louts and Chicago with Pullman's
finest Observation and Drawing Room, :Sleepers" etc. through without THE EAST.
'lodge to the cnstle. Two of the Dining oars, :
assusIna change. The famous IXxle Flier all the year round sleeper via. Atlanta and
were to Are nt him from the first Scott'sEmolsion Martin, through to :tit. Louis without change., THe CHicago, and Florida Special
floor window of n ln>use In a certain
For Information relative to rates, schedules etc., write to...
street, and the other two were station THe Florida Limited l
cd at the window of another house a E. J. WALKER, Fla. Pass Agt, Jacksonville, Fla. f I
few yards. dlvl01\ the opposite Hide of C. Manager. ,,ce
the way. Atlanta, Oa. Nathvllle, Tenn. ___ utr9;. I II

These latter were the "reserves' destined -- I

to try their skill should their colleagues Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati via

miss. Neither of tho two firing Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky."
of Cod Liver Oil is the
parties were to show themselves until means PLANT SYSTEM. : Through trains! via The Southern Railway are operated In y

the near approach of their proposed of life, and enjoyment of life to connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway t

victim was signaled from the street thousands: men women and Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through .

below. The signal In question was to children. The Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections: trains. tAlk
bo the waving of a pocket handkerchief fw Tickets via SOlth,,. Railway. C rnp) adence Sollcllt
by James Carey, the same man When appetite fails it restores To the East via! all rail. The Atlantic Coast Line via Charleston, Richmond t

who Vas afterward killed by O'Don- it. When food is a and Washington. The Southern Railway, via Savannah Columbiaand

dell burden it lifts the burden Washington. H. P. CAREY FU. P.... Art, 108 V. Bay St, JackMarills, Fla.
The plot was excellently planned To the( West The Southern R'y via Jesup, Atlanta and ChattanoORO. The L.A
from the point of view of the participants When youlose brings ..N, via Montgomery. The Southern( R'y via Savannah, Columbiaand S. K. HARDW1CK. V. H. TAYLOR

therein. lu fact lit) fur as human the plumpness of health. Asheville. The M A 0 R'y via Montgomery. General Puttagtr Afcot. A. '. G.aT P...' Af-t,
foresight could provide against via Steam ship. Via Savannah and Ooean S S Co. for New York
the ohlef secretary seemed eventualities aa When work ia hard and To t the East Philadelphia and Boston via Savannah' and Merchants, Minors, ahlnataao D. C. Athnts, Ga. !

good as deud. Yet It all came to naught duty is heavy, it makes life Transportation Company for Baltimore. J.n-
and for so sluirilo a ruusou that thellotte1'l bright. To Key West and Havana, vi"I'ort Tampa and Peninsular A Occidental SteamshipsTo
Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Leland via Boston and Canada,
)afterward themselves nicvtliiff together:' it is the thin edge of the Atlantic and Plant Steamship. line for Halifax:, Ilawkesbury and --- -
at their 'secret rendezvous

In North King street were fain/ to wedge; the thick end is food. : : ] Ii. UrtXSTS TXOn.ETSwill :: :: THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE
laugl at their own dltieomUture. But what is the use of food,
The mornlns be on sale throughout; the Northern, Eastern Western.and Southern States to
; wail cold
Mr. 1'orster wai and gusty. when you hate it, and can't digest all FLORIDA RESORTS, via the Plant System, during the season of l001.19O'JlIm- Patented the United States, Great Britain and Canada.
/ late, and
it? ited to return until May Slat, with liberal stop-over< privileges.: In Florida..
Glrey, chilled with wnltiiq; about bean Addresses of parties: in the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally supplied
to sneeze Instinctively he drew Scott's Emulsion of Cod with Information and handsome advertising matter. PRICE 4.00 and $3.00 EACII. /Should benscd by every Boat Builder In the U. 3.

ont thnt Ills was handkerchief to fire the, handkerchief fatal, signal I. and Liver Oil is thcfood that makes For Information a* to rates sleeping car reservation etc., call on or write to In Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders ia the United States.For .

In an Instant I the blustering north wind you forget your stomach. F. M. Jolly, Division Passenger/ Agent. Sale by

had flicked It from his ..benumbed fingorg have pie. Its not It,taste..nd will'l.I..prl. forfr 133 West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, Fla., Jas. Pritchard & Son ,

and sent. it Ballln* down tbo street SCOTT f .. vou., B. V. Wren Passenger Tram Manager: Savannah Ga. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. '
A BOWNE, Ct"rnlet.
na a i iM lit> mile an hour gait.
At that very lustuut the chief secre I 409 SOc;:; Pearl end Street* I.OO I aU drugalets.l New l York.. W. B. DEN HAM General Superintendent, Savannah Ga. SEE TUK!: TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS. ...


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GREAT THINGS.Th. NATURE'S iCEHOUSE. Is the name sometimes given to what s
Is generally known as the BAD DISEASE. -
:I IAN:; et'TEJ: :: :: 20Z'ELI: :: Soalhera' Conprn eel' Tall Corn Fool For lords That l. Preacrved In conlilgous It is not confined to dens of v'n'

I From the Philippine.. the Arctic<< Uruclou vice or the lower classes.\ The purest ; '
The following are among; the notable The, number of birds that go to the and best people are Sometimes
TITUSVILLE, tbings' of wlrich' nicntlou Is mode In arctic regions to breed Is vast beyond Blood I PO-ISOO infected with, this awful malady
Ilural New Yorker: : CQu ptlon. They go not by thou- through handling; the clothing
FLORIDA. The cut shows n single volunteer 1\U1\w. hut by tons and hundreds of drinking from the same vessels,
plant of *he Black Renovator cowpeu. thousands, and because nowhere else using the same toilet articles, or otherwise coming in contact with persons

))2. which !grew In tine>11I'd"u of a Peuu- la theol'hl does nature provide at who have contracted it. ,' i '
J. U. BAST, Proprietor. aylrnnln farm 'the pnst season. The the ,soma time and In the sniue place 1 It begins usually with a little blister or sore, then swelling in the

t plant (completely covered a circle such u lavish prodigality of food. groins, a red eruption breaks out on Ten:yearn aro. j contracted bad 0... "C" tithe
The vegetation: consists of cranberry, body, and ulcers of Blood Poison. I .
= twelve feet In. tr.. The stem sores appear wa'
.. was three-quarters: of nu Inch In dlanetpr > cloudberry and crowberry bushes, and in the mouth, the throat becomes of.. pby.toian until I fou.n atJ ath ooiU* n
DUCK suooTrxo these forced by the' perpetual sun ulcerated, the hair, l brows and do nx* no ."001*. Then began taking ti,
- where It entered the ground and I I'I eve .B.S. :i commenced to Improve at ono
1 I 1 li and FISHING. was still growing rnpldly when taken shine of the im-tlc tnunuier, hear enor- lashes fall out ; the blood becominge.I in a very short time all evidence of
::1 up Kopt. 23. This plaint did Dot come : o 3?=rl35 s- =*.<- not ripe until the middle and end of splotches and pustular eruptions and tlea and 1'4. Wail Ani sound Morri'town and wen., Tezua.
a Rates; $2.50 per day. the iifftlc ,summer and If the fruit eating sores appear upon different parts of
birds] had to wait until It was ripe the body, and the poison even destroys the bones. .
3: $10 and $12 per week. they would starve In the meantime, HO S. S. S. is a Specific for this loathsome disease nnd cures it even in the y

.:.... --- they'arrive on the very day of the worst fqr1Us. It is a perfect antidote for the powerful virus thnt pollutes/ '
-. melting of the snow. the blood and penetrates to all parts e of the system.
r JACKSONVILLE.: But each ;year the snow descends on Unless you get this poison out of your blood it will '%%

; a, nn Immense crop of ripe fruit before ruin you, and\ bring disgrace and disease upon i
I Ii Iv 1 the birds hare time to gather; It. It l la your children, for it can be transmitted from parentto

!r HOTEL thus Y>*OM'r*'wl perfectly fresh unitpure'nnd child S. S. 8 contains no mercury or potash ''
DOYAL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the melting of the snow die but is guaranteed a strictly vegetable compound .

closes the bushes, with the unconsuni- .. \Vrite for our free home treatment book and learn all about Contagion
i ed lust jour's crop hanging!!: on them Blood Poison. If you want medical advice give u* a history of your case ,, d

;. Opposite postoffice. Centrally locate' and or lying ready to be eaten on the and our physicians will furnish all the information you wish! without any
repaired re ground. charge whatever. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA

novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally The.frozen menl stretches! across! tho .__ __. _u_________.____ _. ___ .. ._._ ._____ r .
width of northern Aslu. It never
: Rates 2.50 per day and up. Owner Descriptioi of Land 811' '1'" P.. A. Am'C',
decays and Is accessible the moment
B. W. SPERRY Proprietor.WESTMORELAND t the snow melts. The sAme hent which
(Clllltlllllt'c1 front l'nge ell] y1t
thaws the fruit brings Into being
most'prolific Insect life In the world\ lit\ IIl'bbart.. . 1'lIrt lots 1 and' a, described
: J tho mosquito swnrms' on the tundra. I1t"11) nook 0 0, page :299! :H 87 41 G 1 ''jJV : '
HOTEL; West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE No European cnn live\ there without ft 0 lIetlt'11 . North :llIl'rl'lI ot south :3 I ntrl'9otlotllIl1lllJolithpurtoCottl
FLA. : \ 21 i 3i 41 11 601 ,r
. veil! after the snow melts. The gun EKushell... . Part or fort Ii3 utnorthcast1' (. A4''
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- bnrrcla are black with them and 111'"C'rlbI'IIIIt'et.llllluk U. IIIIKI18 : ,', r,

ed this season. Fine cooking and good table, fiot and Cold Water clouds of them often obscure the sight. :\ . . . . . 27 3i 41 10 a S8lllke
Thus the Insect eating birds have Will tlwr. . North 6ncresosoutheast J. uf .
1 Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All only to often their mouths to fill them northeast 11. . . . 27 37 41 a. 0 GSOrlnhl )S
street cars pass the door. Rates $2.00: to $2.50 per day. with mosquitoes, and thus the pres- Land COI\I' I '" ,,- St Ryr
.ence of swamis of clllt chads, plpln puny . . south: !It of southwest 11 ofttorthwest '
.Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor. > stuat-r COWPT.A PL41 r. and the wagtails In this) arctic region J 1 . . 27 3i.U 20. 201''' .
lax Gelalt'rt. . Southeast corner of sooithwestyd
to the blossoming' stage; owing to thnhnoimnl for. Pearson's.Cures .
Black la accounted of northeasU . . :zg 37..1. 4,f 2 :U
Lust the
SRAIIUKEZC. scnsou. year II n Stewart . Lot 2. except) 2..t. acres' tu })l'IStellbE'1I -
Ueuovntor matured seed on this same When Doctors Fall . . . . 3:1: 37 oil 4.} 8 521V \:< ?
ground. The grower snys: Frank Patterson La., 0 SlIl'lh'lI . North II acres tit lot 2:. . 11137 -41 r. U 28 +i ilV
The Clarendon Inn and the Breakers "Cowpons have come to stay at this writes Mrs June 8th.Chiasson 100U "I had malaria C Sneden . North :H acres of lot ::1. . :Ill 37..1. 24 20 110OJ
SEABREEZE. fnrni. It was" formerly claimed that fever In very bad form was under 'tieal- [ UuWhUHI. Lots 4 anti 5. llblllvllllnll of lot
thH plant wan' of doubtful value thin ment by doctors, but as soon as I stopped oJ of 'section 11:1.: and south :W
UNDER TIlE SOLE MANAGEMENT OF Col. C. C. POST. tf north (latitude of Cleveland 0.). taking their medicine the fever 'would chains of lilt 1 of se,,t 1011 :N, 33 '
: au :J7 oil 10' II 1:1V :
but our experience has proved the error return. I used! 4 sample bottle of Her-
These two commodious houneb at Seabreeze, the most popular summer resort of such claims. live have grown bane found It helped me. Then oiight; C 8114'tlI'II . North 3 arm's of SOmtli 7 acres ,
if lot I. . . . . lU 374 ::1 1 13
bottles which cured me.I ,
In Florida, will be under the management of Col. C.: C. Post during the Chiefly the Early: Black but have also two completely .
Morris M Mack Part lot 1. described teed Book
summer season of 1002. Professor Sandold's Orchestra from New York tried other varieties, notably\ WarrPU'8Early foul grateful to you for and IUI'I1I"hlojlIuch can hooostly 1', page :0. . 311 37 4:1: 5 oj OJ 3
will play daily afternoon and evening.; and Ilenovntor. On the whole a recommend splvndld medicine Ic to those sufTeilog! from \VCHII..llpll. . Soul' It IInl'rlsof! lot 1. Ulltl all ziJ

Guests can feel assured of a satisfactory table and every attention their the Early Black gives ns good growth malaria' as It will surely cure them" Jot 2. . . . ::10! I''; 4:1: U. 16 20 .

comfort. Rates $j to $2.50 per day; $10 to $12 per week. Write for special of lines as any. Uoaldes. the seed la Hei bine, CO-cent bottle ac B. R. Wilson E. W. HALL
much cbeppor to buy and much easier
rates for families for the season. Address C. C. POST, Seabreeze Fla. A boa. '
to shell It vr" save our own seed. '
Tax Collector
Brevard County
With us all tho varieties mentioned Estrcnto CrneHy ,
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matured seed In 1!>00. Employer-:Mr. Slack would you like _.
WEST PALM BRAC1I. ------ --- '. t
"Our favorite method In the future to have an increase" In salary?

,Trill l>e to mow a portion of our mend- Employee-Would I? 1 should say I NOTICE.
ow land. say. during the fore part of would! a
The/ I Leamington .' WEST PALM BEACH, June, Immediately fit the soil and seedto Employer-Well, let me tell you then
FLORIDA.W. cowpeas, using a small quantity of that unless you get down here earlier Corrections In Delinquent Tax List Brevard County, ..k
chemicals. As soon as the vines are and work a great deal harder you'll +''tq
E ERNST, Manager, frosted! plow under and need to rye never get It in this woi'Id.- Chicago! I .' r

On Lake Worth, opposite Postoffloe and business bouses. Large verandas. using lime, the ry" to be turned under News. Ol5'YEIt. CIUf"I'10X.[ o j
the next spring for potatoes.' Soy beans ('om 1..It.. "a CI ,,0
Strictly flrst-elass. Summer Rates $2 per day. Special by the week. ... "
We shall b qe Qfoo"
bare promise with us.' try Dnshaway-QuIITdrlver seems to be n
a '
.--- lowing II inlrtiire' : of cowpens and \hoy follow of extremes-one<
NEW Y011IC bean next Ben...onI. ." awful slush and sublime prose and Chrl..tlnaC. Bravo 'South s 'lures if southeast 31 or a
MassiicluiHettx, main wrlte' : ".Tune who Is at the same time an Idiot and IIIItIIl'nft tit of IUlllthWI'Kt }.&. 5 U 1111 A A ,0 ;r.r d
28. 181MJ. I sowed c"wfieim In a worn- genius 11 E: '',rwoml. .4(1,11h: yr "I southwest 4i. . Iii III'U: HO 8 IU11J1'IIIIII. .
THE 45ih Street bet. Broadway and Sixth Avenue __ out pnstere-*light\ windy soil\ ID October Clevertou Where did you get suet . . $'Oillllwest! i11" 'IU..tllI'a. H.dlltlll'R ,
HAMILTON NEW YOKK. after several, severe fronts. I plow. an ,JJou? $ t di lit northwest 44 r
ed' the pt'lu-n light <'ro|>-imd .sowedrye. lasbuwny-I'vejust been reading th northwest a uf "lItht'lut 1, ,
A Modern Fireproof Apartment lintel. Central and Desirably In the following spring' the rye reviews of his latest book.-Ilarper'i anti 'lorthl'lIRt {4 "r 1I1I1It.hWl'"t '
Located. With Comfort and ;\-4'( , . :2b :lJ: 86 '100 ,
every Convenience. was plowed In and corn planted with Razor
Will OUl'lIthlll'r'lUll/ I h.." t 4.i IIf iorthweet 3.t IIf I esi4hwret
Furnished. .and Unfurnished. no manure to speak of. The result / ': J.. ... .. . . :III 24 II. 10 1
QEORGTS. : W. MORTON. was a crop of corn which was a surprise A VAI.UAIILI: D11IICISI: plangent Brother.and .

-- ., considering, the soil due to the For Cough und Coliln Jn Children. CUIIII'I1I1) UIllllvld..d 2-tllltl'r"lIt: III 811l1th "
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--- -- peas. These were the! Black. Slnre> I have nut the glitest: liuslianoy In .a t lit *,IIU tllI'R.t, 1 tit. nr tiortli. a ". 4.* "
'- then 1' have sown cowpeaa every' 11'a" re ommendlog,; Chamberlain's Cough east J.-.t. West !J"i nt HoiitliweKt .:J, Y.
.Official Supply llnuse'iif The Illinois Fishermen' Association. for preen uixnurlng and fodder with Remedy to all who are milferlnK from }=1 of IIIIrtlll'Rtot i north 't o of J ;,f''.",V"SO'M

>good results using' the \Vblnpoorwlll.wbl'h coughs,; or colds," nays Chas M. Cramer jiortliwcMf y of northeaat 31. 4
The Chicago Net and Twine Co. Is smaller earlier and tunkes a well known watch maker, of Colombo, north JB of siiiitlieiist *J cf e y
Ceylon. "H lies been some two years' southeast V|, north !v of :
better growth than the> Blnck. Thinvariety IIf southeast 10 2'7 30 ICO 4 I IOlesson
-Manufacturers of- since the City lJI*.pens"ry first called my northea J.-A 31.
here In
o readily matures a crop .attention. to tills valuable. medicine and ) Brothers
I>i central: MaHHapbuwtts." I have repeatedly used It and It has always and! Company. An undivided 2-l) interest In f
A northern NE'w0..1 k correspondent been beneficIal It has curedme. u..tJ.. ; 4. . . . . 13 27 no 480 B
= considers eowpenI" n grand thing lu quickly of all chest cold' Ir Is especially
E. W. HALL ,
0t"4 light: sandy. sol 11) nod would us soon effective' for children *nd seldom aM1;y ,
have a gl'Ofllrrowth of coupons to turn rakes more than one bottle to cure them
Tax Collector Brevard Florida.
under ff the jt< nernl run of manure ,hoarseness. I have persuaded mans ,
tll'lIll'h.'onpr. to rrr this. medicine and! they are nil nwell .
they aivn (rrvnt "
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,181\0ed lit myself over the results,
In )New: llarapxulrv. In 'latitude' 43. [
For cabs' bv all druggls's! and l mediulnedialer
they" mnt'e Fl fine growth and opened .
= l1
tFISHING NETS and Netting of Every De crlptlon. 5, si-ed. -- -- i
A Long Irtnm'er'' "sends The Rural 2A e
Dealers In NeineTwine, Maitre Cord Rope, Kic. New Yorker fl plctnr; of earn on his. TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.The .
Originators of Whofesale Prices direct to the Fishermen. place 11 feet A Inches to 18 feet In
78-81-8JE.: Indiana st. Chicago Ill. follotrlofr/ the times of arrival I _
...Mention The ADVOCATE in your letter... i ind departure of passenger trains to .nd!
_. from Titusvllle
We are Members ol the Illinois FI.IIerrnen'a AII"' ,elllt\on.\ Iglu sovHDOUSD.t.eav..Tttn.vtlieforau.mi'and. I I
P1 ; t ,hnr I a f t r wl

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ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING HOUSE. : anti lntermeilistepoiut"' .MtI I I 2:02p: .m. '

.. TitO.vllle for"t to TOIIa.n.:
-' Arrive*Tltiuvllle! from suntan rl'
t ir

A Sample copy of one of the bent farm ,

papers published free, If you will send o vq

your name on a postal card, mentioning/ J .
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beigbt The seed) cam. frnn Luzon ',jI
fblllpplnv Islands but tie corn Is said s.'I& ? j I
not to grow to that height tbere. It /(t'ld' ,' !
was planted without any care or cultivation ? .'j 1
and with an Idea that It would '0 ,
tot grow, on Long. Island not to sneak tfN7r U/ : sI \
of Its enormous height The corn I I- "r
red. round' teadllke and very easy to
I"Idlf,1y G ; I i
shell. The stalks are very hard and j"eltl !
......c-: ( strong withstanding the wind. better 4rhr"j1I10 ". I

---...-.- thin the domestic regardless of lu -
: height The l are long,, wide amiweeping. ---4 r r. e ,

All kinds of Commercial Stationery printed at the above office. lis., ,I

LETTER EADS. NOTEQEADS, ENVELOPES, BILLIIEADS:!, 8IIIPPINO / 1 No on* MO afford t<> raise old time irc 'f

TAGS CARDS etc., stow printed cheaply and expeditioasly.. crab cattle now. It costs too much.

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FLORIDA.I Visitors are invited 1 THE EDITOR-A SOFT THING. Robbins ,& Graham Go. ':EJ. 'L. ::ee..A.O:: &:, :eeO.: .
to the Jewelry aud Bouve: Fir shops of lie ,
A Florida editor strikes the nail squarely -DEALERS IN-

v.r / a; J9'( ) on man's the head vicissitudes In sizing as up follows the newspaper : PAID UP(Incorporated CAPITAL )f'25,000.00. GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, 'AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS,

Jacksonville 41 IV. Kay St. at. AuguR .pItead How many obituarIes, resolutions of We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We aro agents for WAPES FERTILIZERS I t
ig tine la the Alonxar; Palm IJoach; the rotuna respect, cards of thanks, notices of fairs, This company owns We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consum*
of the Polnolana Miami the sociableschurch, entertainments lodges, ers. Write as for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.
of Itoyal I Palm; Nassau, ,rotunda rotunda board of trade meetings and such like, if :r:_ .A. :LT :ID:: ss, E. L. JBRADV 4 BRO. TITUSVJLLE, FLA.B. .

I of the Colonial Hotel charge the newspapers--even sufficient made even to pay a moderate for the In the Indian Rivet Country On the St. -::::::
---- --- --- type-setting-would ever be published t Lucie River; at New River.and on Bay CARROLL
The truth Is that the public-the candidates W.
.THE ANHEUSER BUSCH... What Tile :Hectors Say. for public office Included-has Blscayne. Prices to suit the times. s ,

MAITtAKD, FLA.,, '.10, 1901. been taught to consider the weekly newspaper Send for Land List. -Dealer In---

Brewing Asso's.Famous The Oflutlnmen Hancock:-Liquid I ban BulphlirCo.had Kcnmm!: Haiti over more.thirty Md. 1 the owner as a for thing the run personal at the and expense free use of Offices at Titusville and Miami: Fla. GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND VEGETABLES: ,

years,have triad many remedies proscribed by tbe aforesaid public and offence
l various pli.vnloUnii. tint to ooililnic ban. the (IU. of great I Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Tour Patronage Solicited.
St. Louis and Bot- GItO. M. BOBBINS A..
Keg ease" ytaliJud' so remUly M to Liquor fll1ll>hllr. 1 would be felt if the publisher dared to F. MORGAN, .
4 led liver think If tiBOil properly It is undoubtedly ..!>.. say that he ought to be paid something President. Actuary TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. .

cilia for Kcmnia. 1 have prescribed It for others. for publishing items which are of no general ,_ __ : :. __
I Bold by ]Meinrs.F.A. Lcl loT andR. with nione satlnractory remits. 1 consider It the : Brevard Abstract of Title Go 'U y ---- -:
public Interest.Very .
beet remedy for cutannoH affection I bare ever
I.. IIlotlow,Tltuvllle,Fla. known and. ...garlit .as the jrreateuf medical often too, the people who ask the '. INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .

4 By Mr. R.L.Iotlow, Cocoa, Fla. illHOOvury of the age. J W.?;A.:HEAD:""M. D. paper for the most favors are those who WILL FURNISH t

are neither advertising patrons nor payIng Abstracts of Title FLA. i

JOSEPH, ZAPF For Sale by J. B. SCREVEJT, druggist, subscribers. A newspaper's space is _FOl ,lLANDa IN- Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked ,or loose. Special attention 9|
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. It's capital, and It ought to be paid for .
i the same as goods sold by merchants. Brevard County. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto. I mt

Sole Agent. There are others who drop In occasionally T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor r <
Office under Law Office of
THE and want an extra copy of the paper
010 to 020( West Bay Street, or maybe a dozen or so, If it happens to GEO. }[. ROBBINS,

EDWARD have their name prominently mentioned, TITUSVILLK, FLA..
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.TOCNI'S I and say : "I Just want to send off a few '

To Ito Celebrated In ._'_ _",.'__"_._._.._._n._.. I sample copies and that will help to advertise Whaler's Jewelry Store. r

{ About Florida six: hundred have Britishers throughout our by city these and graciousremarks your paper, too," intending to East Coast Meat Market

already signified their forestall any thought of charging for the
RETREAT,. Intention to attend the celebration of the t G. F. DUREN
i iIIt copies. And generally the editor is just Agent.
coronation of King; Edward, Wednesday \Yatchcs Clocks Jewelry Silverware Etc.
op and takes his medicine
June :125th, at Jacksonville "dead easy" giving I:!:: ,
away his space and his paper Just togratify
IIt Choice Elaborate preparations are being made the vanity of some Individual who p:>
by the committee on arrangements.. No rn -- SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine Watches
IWInea, Liquors is far more able to pay for them than the 1 pdo .
{ Vs pains,will be spared to make the affair a .
editor Is to them They do wIn
give away. : and Jewelry. All work warranted for 12 months
.. and Ctarar., success, and; among other things, there not consider that tba printers, the tax s:>:oJ
will be an excursion on the St. Johns SJ7"Matl: Orders will receive and careful attention
Guaranteed Pure collector the rent, the grocery ma a and c=* prompt
River dance and >>
a a banquet.There .
others have to be paid with hard cash, -
will also be a cricket match/ at which must come from somewhere. But TITUSVILLE. -- .FLORIDA ,,
John B. Togni the Country Club grounds, which will be
the editor goes on from day to day doing =a
of much Interest .
to those!
No. 105 East Buy Street, Corner Ocean. the and those understand his acts of kindness and charity, expecting _. c J
game who do not. C'-3
nothing and realizing fully his expectations.
Near ihe old stand If the = m
Il present plans materialize, tbe
Mayhap the day will come ca.:
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. match will be played between teams when! a newspaper man can do businesslike ;. p- Special Attention !

---- -. .. .- ..- composed of crock cilcketerg, residing\ other people; but It is his own fault TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.THE .
various of
parts Florida. An effort will for not getting paid for his honest work,
ii East End Cafe. be made to Induce several well-known like other professions or businesses. r
players to go to Jacksonville from Asheville QIVKN' TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-
N. C. The local Britishers will be

It WM. J. HOBAN, Prop'r. provided with a cricket set for the occa CANTALOUPE BLIGHT. Hardware, Tinware Crockery, Glassware,
sion. It Is expected that a number of -- ,
Wines Liquors and Cigars. entries will be made by Orlando Englishmen
Press Bulletin. No. 18 Issued by II. : Harness and Stoves.tltR"Our'Stock'is I
I Harold IIume, of the Florida Agricultural
ANHAt70Kn-IIUBCH DEER A HPKCIALTV Special rates at hotels and on railroads i
have. been promised. Experiment Station' at Lake City Complete and We Can. Fill Orders Promptly.
Out of The blight produced ,
town orders : cantaloupe
I given prompt attention. It would aid the Committee- all) says
by a fungus, a species of Maorosporlum,
Jug trade a specialty.jyFURKISHED Britishers whn wish to attend would caused considerable damage to the cantaloupe Jas. Pritchard & 'SonFostoffice
advise the
management of such intention ID Florida last year. Growersare .
h ROOMS crop
as quickly as possible.
warned to be on the lookout: for this
Do not forget the day and date Wednesday Box 212
l Cor. Day and Catherine Sts, June 25th.! disease. Fortunately It can be easily
controlled If measures to check It are '
Jacksonville Titusville: FlotLd..a.:
Florida.Mason's 1 taken In time. The disease is characterized ,
GET RID OF YOUR ROACHES. as follows: The leaves when first ( t
i affected show diseased erens In, the form \
Fruit Jars. of minute yellowish specks .As the disease

Mayor Whtldln states that he has progresses the areas, become larger, Seeds For
lived In Florida TEAKS Summer Crops. \
PINTS, 00 cents per dozen had no roaches about twenty years house and he has has attaining size varying from onefourthto TO COME '
one-half Inch in diameter sometimes
have no terrors for the well Insured man.
ever occupied. Ha says the preventative
t-p QUARTS, (iScts per dozen. : 18 powdered Pnrl green, unmixed with separate from one and another but frequently diseased He is secure In the knowledge that what
together forming
.nythlng./ Sprinkle:! the powder In spots spots running of considerable extent.. Leaves ever happens his family is well.providedfor. Millets, Sorghums, Soja Beans:! Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Chufas, Teoslnte, Giant

$i1 '/a GAL. 00 cts. per dozen. .long the baseboard, next: : the walls, In which have been diseased for sometimewill And the cost of this security Is Beggarweed, clean.

'ATNTNOV.3b1" roodboxea, along the rear. of kitchen -or be found to bo very much spotted, rellIyvery small. Our rates on

G. 'J'. HUNTING, pantry shelves. next the walls and In and when the spots become/old! they drop CC> :PEA.S :
cupboards. closets and wardrobe, also our, leaving the led punctured and Xn.s r.aJ10o.are : .
$$1859 Furniture. sprinkle on 11 >rs next the wall.. He broken. Usually the disease, Whippy Clays, Wonderful: Black, Unknown, Ladyfingers
y St.Augustine Florida. If be hand escapes moderate and by taking out a policy Clean Stock Lowest Conch Teas .3.; Postpaid $l.2i
m says ran sprinkled by but notice nntU it has worked consldeiable! Bright ; Prices. o per qt., ;
suggests a small puff or blow boa which damage. The quality of the fruit Is not at an early age the benefits are greater peck; $421: bushel,

Is very convenient for the purpose. In so good on disunited vines, and there Is a and pl'emlumslower. Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden Tools, Fertilizers.L. .

one week's time thn pestiferous ro.iohea. nrntoilttl" shortage In the crop. The Seed Store
will hove till very 8CIIUYLER & :BRACKING, CAMERON. ,
left and
nearly soon thereafter check
The! disease miybo held In by
I the home, will be entirely rid of spraying with Bordeaux mixture dlroo TITUSVfLLE FLORIDA. } 2R East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FbA.

/I them. Let the Purls green remain for a lions for the making of which were givenIn Correspondence (invited j -- ,
period of two or three weeks. The mayor which be I
Press Bulletin N'> 1, can 1-- ESTABLISHED '
snys anyone trying this remedy as di
rooted will be how procured from the Experiment Station: It took :25: years to lint{ out that Typewriters .
Lake City. When the disease Is
and effectually the premises cn be rid of were built upside down.
the vines should be sprayed. If the disease
1864 these pests, and that when once they are makes its appearance again, as it -- M. Lane & Son

I 1875 !gone the house Is evidently chalked* off 1 will certainly do, the field should be THE VISIBLE( WRITING ,
the roach list as they will thereafter Intervals of
sprayed again and so on at
have nothing moro to dt>> with tbe place.
from one to two weeks. From three to OLIVER TYPEWRITER r
i Worth Naws. six sprayings will be sufficient. It pate NEW

: ;':',' :t; ':' } to spray. If any growers are In doubtas I* built right aida up where the workIs ,
f.t. .
.... .: .. : THE WASHINGTON to what Is tbe matter with their vines
FAMILY. In sight. It III alight/ compact, simply
Fruit and Produce
",'t. .i: i.f: :.: j: I should! be pleased to have them forward constructed, durable MI\chloe--eRlllly
'oo1>.......a_ specimens to the Department for exami learned, opeiated and cleaned'; aligns
One reason that may be advanced, per .
WITH TIlE NEW YEAR imps In favor of the proposed .British nation. perfectly, and needs least repairs

open up one of my bottles' of memorial to Goorge Washington is the oJXcc..1ss1oc.:: : : Merchari.ts.: : :) '
OLD WINK OK WHISKEY fact that records or memories of his British CHURCH NOTICES.

and drink to the health and prosperity of ancestry may be found In our north. SPECIALTIES : ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT. Stencils, Cards and our '

friends and self during the year. country parish registers. A speaker at j Archdeacon Brown will hold divine '
These good are pure and wholesome. the Yorkshire feast, held In Novemberlast service on Sunday next at 11 a. m., In:St.: quotations furnished on application. .
Unexcelled for Holiness, strength and at the Hotel Cecil, bluntly stilted Gabriels church, Titusville. Subject:! of 1 1J.
flavor.\ that America's first President was a sermon: "The Lessons of the Earthquake L'rrlnn
Yorkshlreman I On the JI. OETGEN. WIU.H. OKTOEN. XD. OETQEN l
night for health and hospitality statement being .und Volcano. Also service will / h I

ROB'!'. J.. MOTLOW challenged in the papers, the speaker explained be held In St. Mark's church,, Cocoa, on cl' '

1; TITUS LLE and COCOA, FLA. away his remark by saying that. Sunday, at 4 p. m. OETCEN & TGEIT
he meant that Washington came of Yorkshire ,
The congregations the Tltusville and ,
stock. Sinoe then a ,writer in the
L. A. IIildreth country monthly has devoted an article Rock ledge Presbyterian churches have 23 & 2.1: EAST ADAMS ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
to proving that Washington's forefathers engljfedncv.. Gerrltt Van Haute, of New ,
were Indeed "tykea." The Washington York city, as their pastor, and he Is expected i "buvtrTewli ; r We Solicit Consignments of all Kinds of
Dealer In Foreign and Domestic Brands 'H'"a net.
In few
to arrive In Tltusville a

...of... ton family and bad their an crest estate may near: still Market, be seen Weigh-on days." On and after Sunday, June Nth, PRICE, 9750. Fruits Produce Vegetables, Poultry, Eggs Salt Fish & Roe.I' 1.'
Rev Van Haute will hold services In the ,
the window of the
Ram, Brandies, Whiskeys, Gins, well as at their old old home manor at house Sulgrave, as Rockledge chapel every Sunday morning, W, S. BRANNING, TitnsYllIe! Fla. The above goods are our specialties. We give all shipment, our prompt and

Manor England. It la a fact at once an.d in the Tltusville church every Sunday Agent for Brevard County personal attention. We do not handle these goods as a side1ine, but give them
Wines Bottled Ales, Boor and Stout. curious and Interesting that during the evening. Sold to responsible parties for $25:! ea hand all of our attention, and guarantee shippers best returns, honest dealings and

The best whiskey and! liquors served by great Civil War of Charles I'. reign the $10 monthly. payments. Other make Snick remittance. Best reference on application. Tags and stencils. are free
polite and courteous attention. Washlngtons were cavaliers to the backbone THE PING-PONG MAID. machines taken In part payment us a trial.

and strenuously opposed Cromwell ..
A first class line of foreignand and Fairfax In the northern. campaign, MEN -
domestic cigars. which ended: In bloody Marston Moor. The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the 8tat .'
London Chronicle. Editor East Coast dvocate.
Dear Sir As I from of
see perusal ti mi A
Prompt and careful attention given An Invitation From New Jersey.Mies the ADVOCATE: that the English parlor X111iI -cxrz1iw: : :amours: c&; Oo.
to mall orders, accompanied by cash. game of Ping-Pong Is being played. by
: Mabel Sprague Berge a prominent the of Tltusville, probably
L. A. IIILDRETH, and popular young lady 01 Freehold, the following bit of poetry will amuse GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS

FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA.J N. J., sends us the following : them. Yours truly ,
9 (Mas ) b. P. THOMAS. /I
Editor Kant Coast Advocate
"W are you going; my pretty maid I'" SFWIN a \\ 11/NF./ Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers
AM US A. .
FLOOD! "The Graduating Class of the Free- "I'.. <<'May | .
hold High School requests the honor of rIng with yon,my pretty maid V" i
(Formerly of New York : 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
City,) your company at the commencement exercises : :- Yen, If you like, kind sir I aha aaltt 1 aT. LOUIS. J
she' led him tn th. In .. net.
Regular Licensed Muster away "
Monday evening, June 2nd, at And then Dame an hour ho'"never forget; :Agts.forPunna Feed. Warehouse on tracks of 8.A. L. R'y. and Plant System.
11 umber, eight o'clock.: Freehold Opera House Kur bis ahonldan ache from the many: etoope: f I
Freehold, N. J." To pink up the ball,and his eyellils droop.
Where she smote bum thrluo with h.rmck.t
With the very best experiences of over The Invitations are neatly aud artistically [mall,
twenty years on all kind of the moat approved gotten up, and are a credit to the Which,loft her band as cite struck the ball I The Nation'sBest
sanitary methods of plumbing, management of the Freehold High:School: And he'll never plug. where the( ponfrs again "San fflateo"
baa opened. a first-class shop on Beach 'or the beard hint swear when sh.plnre|(U>l 00 Dim.

street, south of opera house, where I am June Itlooiu on Orange Tree*. Cigar.
prepared to furnish and Install the very We are agents for the above Sewing
latest and most la South Florida who have CITY
approved of sanitary The
system growers Machine and keep a full line of the different
It'H LL11E'loridlL.
plumbing, drainage/ and ventilating lost some of their oranges from the red
together with all kind of the very best spider, are counting on recouping their On the evening of May 28th, at the styles on hand.
sanitary plumbing fixtures of the boat losses from the June bloom when the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and JOBS R. WALKER 4 CO. .

manufacture, with the very latest sani rainy season begins.. We clip followingfrom ]tin, A. N. Matters, at City Point; Mice : Why buy Imported cigars, nada from heavy tropical tobacco doctored with !
tary requirements; all kinds, direct and the Philadelphia Grocery World: Ellen. Eliza Mathers and Mr. D. M. Os- TltusvlUe, Florida. ,
Indirect, hot water and steam heating; "Some Florida oranges of exceedingly: : teen were united In marriageHer M. opium and other drugs, when you can have the pure Florida leaf at a five-cent

laundry drying rooms fitted. All work fine quallty..cnlled June blooms, have Dalger, of Tltusville, officiating. Land For Sale. price
will receive prompt and personal atten been coming North' the past week. They Only the relatives and a few friend FREE BY MAIL TO ANY Box of
thou and done at the very lowest terms. sell at W to .1.50 per box. One of our of the contracting parties witnessed the .$1.00() '. V

Estimates cheerfully) furnished. Telephone advertisers. lately received forty boxes of ceremony after which\ refreshments 1'lJ; acres first-class pineapple land, ADDRESS......j Boxof: : .$1.78
Ot, Daytona Fla. June bloom from Indian River which were served. desirable front on St. Lucie river, at a
were fine, well sustaining the reputationof The ADVOCATE: loins the many friends bargain. For reasonable terms write. S- WROWZ: ;' EY':
B3T Reading notice ads on this page Indian River, though some wqre nearly of the happy couple in wishing them all W. W. LuCK + .,

, are live cents per line per week: as green as grass." the joys of life. Tibbala, Fla. SAN MATEO, FLA.

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