East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Creation Date:
September 26, 1902
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note:
W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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Look for W. W. Luce's ad. page; 8.
d Topics of General Interest. ALL THE RA'GE-PAI.lIIO.PEI'SIN- -Mr. E. L. Brady was a.visitor in Jack Invitations have been issued to the Whore to atop along the East Coast.
Benftle Grlsard the of
principal ) at Wilson & Son's Soda Fountain. souvllle lost Saturday and Sunday. marriage of Miss Nina Tllson Howard See llatof hotel on page 7.
the Cocoa
High School, spent Sunday the attractive daughter of Captain and '
THE ADVOCATE, In Titusvllle: -Miss Catharine Same, of Courtenay, RHODES HAS IMPAIRS OF LADIES' Mrs. John I.. Howard, of Jacksonville\ Where to stop in Titusvllle See Titusvllle ;
was a visitor in Titusvllle\ on Monday Oxfords at $1.10 former price $1.5* hotel ad on our 7th
annum in advance. page.
of New ,
n.lIO per NEW LOT OF CHILDREN'S SCHOOL to Mr. Robert Braden Parramore,
[ 1.00 six months, '. Shoes, solid leather and serviceable, I and Tuesday. and $1.75.Col. York city. The happy event Is ap- The ADVOCATE U now on file at all

| $2.00) per an. to foreign countries. just received at RHODKS: I -Mr. Orlando Qnartorman, Jr., re K. O. Morgan, of Klsslmmee, pointed to take place on Wednesday the best hotels in New York city.
turned front month's. visitat was in Titusvllle business October I at U o'clock at the
for Saturday, on some legal evening: ,
the ADVO-
iVhcn you subscribe -Mr. 1' Blake Walker, of Miami, brkie-elect The now :Mount Washington Hotel, although -
Brunswick Ga. home of the of the
|TB by the year, It does not cost you formerly of Titusville,. was a visitor Id on Wednesday. No. SJIr:! West parents Duval street. Tbe not opened until the end of July,
week postage included. last and 'Ve cannot to Visitors to Havana Cuba will find young has become known "the Palace
o cents per town Saturday Sunday. !::r guarantee publish couple will leave after the for already ns -
(Tote date of expiration printed upon Items that do not reach this office before the ADVACATK on file every week at the ceremony hotel of the White Mountains." It i ,
NEW GOODS ARRIVING EVERY New York, where they will be at hometo
week. This noon on Thursdays American Club. Is conducted by Anderson A Price ofOrmond.F'f
he or wrapper every ,
paper day. No trouble to show them. We their friends at 127 Went One Hundred
i receipt for your money. No need cut samples cheeifully. John R. Walker -Wo call attention to the proclamation FOR GOOD FRESII GROCERIES AND and Tweuty-neventh street, after !\., who also have the Mount F
Pleasant House whiolie will t
[ us to send'receipt for subscription. & Co., Titusville.Mr. of election for the town of Titus- vegetables; at the lowest prices, try W October 15.Announcement. .they oou-
lo date gives it to you. vine, on second page. E. Goldsmith, Titusvllle.Mr. tlue to operate. >V
and Mrs. Robert Gladwin and
THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on Mr.\ Charles M. Green who has been
five children, of Fort Pierce,arrived In Titus. $2.23' WILL BUY YOU A, LADIES'nice Mono Metzgar, who has been has just been made of :
the following news-stands at selected Messrs. Alnstlo & Grabow for
at ,
> the of Dr. loo. II. Mnllett by
,ville, Saturday, and have been spending welt shoe, comfortable for damp making his headquarters with the FortPierce engagement
jits the oilloe of the Hotel Lenox Boston
per copyituavilleB.; New York Miss Renee DUmnkes ,
Kuseland. city, ,
the week with Mr. Glatlwln's parents. weather, at RHODES.Mr. Fish Co., in now at
R. Wilson & Son. of St. Augustine. Fla. Miss Dlsmnkes, wits for many years In the oltieo of The

acksonville-Duval hotel. -Colonel G. W. M. Williams, of the J. A. McDonald, of Miami was Captain C. F. Fischer, has, this. Is a daugtor of Mr. John T. Dlsmnkes, Revere and Tremont Houses In the same

.1 News stand, Union depot law firm of Penney; Williams, Miami, a passenger on Saturday's northboundtrain week, erected a ulce woven wile fence president of the First National Bank, dry. He accepted a position in the ( I

arrived In 'llivisvllle, Saturday, and ,'en route to Jacksonville.Mr. around. his vacant lot on Julia street. of St. Augustine, a great social favorite, Hotel Essex In Boston, when It was i t

spent several days In town with Judge ,' and one of the moot popular of South opened and remained there until he
Reading notice ads. are ton cents R. M. Mason, the dentist of San- ALL SUMMER DRESS: MATERIAL:
line on this page.: Penney.Hon.. ford. has been In Titusville all the week, at cost. Stuck Is. diminishing. Don't ern belles an ftccoinpllslmd musician resigned a few months ago. Mr. GreenIs

John G. Long; Republican having his office at the Indian River wait. J. R. Walker; Co., THuavltle.Dr. nod an enthusiast In nil outdoor sport one of the most. capable and popular .
Mr. R. L. Motlow was a visitor Inoa Dr. Mallott is a member a well-known ,clerk In New England, and linn a host of
leader In Florida and Consul General at
i, the first of the week. ; Hotel.Mr. J. M. DIxon: mayor Titusvllle, Southern family, has justly earned his friend i
Cairo whose home Is
Egypt, In St. Augustine and Mrs. J. R. Parrott and their left here for Jacksonville '
PURE MACO YARN DROP STITCII arrived In New York Monday Tuesday, reputation, as a skillful laud auccevsfulsurgeon The Asplnwall, at'Lenox, Mns, underthe I
ladles' hose for 13: cents at RHODES'. and Is now In St. Augustine. eon, Mr. Tom,and daughter, Miss Helen, where he expected to spend a week or and Is one of the stuff of the management; of Mr. O. D. Seavey, of
\ expect to go North thla week for a more. General !Memorial\ (Harlem) and Wo the IIIInolll8pl'Iols/ hotel, will remain '

Mr. Dan Carlton, of Fort Pierce, was SEND 25: CENTS IN STAMPS! TO month's stay. -Mr. E. C. Dearborn, of Miami, Clerkof man's hospitals lie Is a prominent open till November 15, and present

rlsitor in town on Tuesday and Wed. Ja A. Abrams, Gainesville, Fla., for -Mrs. R. B. LaRoche and to'. A. La- the Court for Dade County, was A member of many clubs, as well as the demands for rooms are so great that the ; '

lay., the "l aglau Two-Step," by W. C. TJcoUe, of Courtenay, were visitors, lit passenger on Tuesday's northbound Southern Society and president of the doors may not bo closed till December: 1,

Mr. and Mrs. H. Watton, of Clifton, Coleman. The latest and best rag- Titusville this week. They were guestsof train en route to Jacksonville\ Alumni Association of the City HtmpltaU for there will be a rush of visitors during

ire passengers on Monday's north- time March ever published. 4t the Indian River hotel. The wedding will take place In the autumn. All the larger cities art

und train en route to Jacksonville. -The Cocoa baseball team came to i.-H. B. Sands, et al. have purchased St.:\ Augustine early in December.It represented there by some of their most
Titusville last Tbere will be a. regular; meeting ol the full\ business of J. T. Feaster & Co., Is understood that the ceremony distinguished citizens, and gayeties have ;

Captain Walter M. Davis,of Palatka, ball with our Saturday team but to the play rain a gameof came of Friendship Chapter No 11, Order of at Titusvllle. The new firm will, be will\ take place In the now Trinity Kpli ruled with a high hand during the past

P M of Congressman Robert W. Davis, down Eastern Star, on Tuesday evening next known as the Titusville Flub Co. copal church, aboot December 10. week.
in such torrents that It
was impossible
Jacksonville and opened a at 7:30 A full attendance
ha to : m. sharp.
tw office in that city. to play. They will come again, I* requested. Several of our renders having requested After the special master'. sale of the
when a good; game may be counted upon.ritusvillo'a us to publish the Florida Game MARRIED IN JACKSONVILLE. Hotel St. George, St. Augustine, which
K-Mr. W. E. Vanlandingham left, SunBay Jacksonville has been selected as a Law, we have again inserted It In the takes place on satisfy the
colored 00tober6thi
for Baltimore, via the Clyde lined population was permanent recruiting station for the ADVOCATE and IB may be found on our various become the
New York, where he will be a stunt represented by two delegates at the United States army, and on last Monday 8th page. On Sunday evening; last, September property of Mrs M. It. Montgomery, of 9'' ,
meeting held in Birmingham, Ala., In 21st, 1U02\ Mr. 1>. li. Prltcliard and Miss
at the Baltimore Medical College. the office was located at No. 150 West .
N. Mr
Saratoga: Spring Y. Montgomery
which the stampede occurred, killing; 110 _We call attention to the new ad Gf Bessie V. Hall, both of Titusvllle, were .
Soreven is erecting cotige Forsyth street. the Glen Saint Nurseries married the of who, with her son, Mr. 11. E. Heuatls.
.Dr. J. B. a of those present. Titusville's delegateswere Mary on our in rectory St. Johns Episcopal
on his lots back of his drug store, uninjured. WE ARE DEALERS IN SEVERAL OF 4th page. It would be well for those church, Jacksonville, by the Rev are owners and manager of the Heus-

blob his family will a the best makes of sewing machines.We Intending to purchase trees or shrubs to V. W. !Shields, D. D. tie House at Saratoga. Springs, arrived In
irger one can be put up.-Miami Me-' -1orr.S. G. Vanlandingham came up on give as good terms for less money write for a catalogue.Mr. Mr. Pritchard Is the only son of Capt. St. Augustine recently the purpose of }
Saturday, and spent, a few days In town before looking over the property with the; Intention .
opolls. than agents; investigate placing James Piltchard president of the Indian
with his family. We are sorry to note Robert Ransom, a former resident of buying It If It satisfied her. f
your order. J. R. Walker & Co., River State Bank and !Is a member and
ALL AT F. TAYLOR'S PHOTOgrapblo that It is Mr. Vanlan Titusvllle.! the manag r of the haxlware Him of +'
Hotel Vendome Broadway and 41st
Gallery, Titusvllle and see to move his family to Miami, about the was a passenger on Saturday'* noiUli-
bis samples of Photographs, Picture first: of October, where they expect to !3T: When answering advertisements bound train, en route to various points JUH. Pritohaid :SOD, uf TUusvlllo! and street, New York, whose ad. will be

Frames, Enlargements and Mouldings. reside permanently.Dr. In these columns, you would confer on'Indian river, on a short vacation i i. an excellent young business man. found on our seventh page; I hi' still In '
Always something new, favor by sty Ing you saw the advt. In the Miss Hall Is the younger daughter of charge of Mr. Frank Graen, who Is ably
G. W. Holmes, of SharpeR who EAST CoAor! ADVOCATE. By so doing; -Dr. W. S. Graham, who hall been Tax Collector E. W. Hull, and Is an excellent Assisted by Mr. 1..1''. Cobb, chief clerk ; 4

-It was reported from the Narrows, has been on an extended tour of Indiana, will receive better attention from spending .some time in Arizona\ and other young lady as well as a crest Mr. R. H. Neale, cashier, and Mr. J. H.

the first of the week, that the water In Ohio and Penusylvaula, was passenger the you advertisers<< Western States, In hopes of benefiting social favorite, having friend all along Thompson, night clerk.. Both this oozy
he Indian river at that point had be. on Tuesday's southbound train en route his health, was a passenger on yester- the East< Coast of Florldi. hotel and the Hotel Marlborough/ are

ioroe so low and stagnant that the fish home. The Doctor reports having had -E. ,I... Sparkman, Tampa; J. C, dajr'M southbound tialn en route home. The marriage of this couple was, A popular stopping places for many Southerners :!

ere dying in large quantities. a most delightful time, but is glad to be Langley, Leesburg ; S. L. Pattlson, Miss Lottie Leonardi great; surprise to all their friend In TI. ; and Mr. E. I S.:! Crowell who superintends -
of Osteen
-Governor Jennings; has appointed back on Indian River again. Miami, and John B. Slngletary; olBraldentown who- hats! been In St. Augustine,\ for several ,- lusvllle'', it having occurred without the everything connected with

olonel I. E. Wedster commander of -Miss May Cresson,,who edited the are a party of attorneyswho ) wouks arrived' In Tltunvlllo yesterday, knowledge of any of them, and was announced Marlborough und Hotel Vendome,

he :Second Regiment F. S. T., to attend society columns of the Record last winter River spent hotel a couple of days In the Indian and l Is the guest of Mr. and Mis. J. A. In town by private wire to Is a hotel manager; of considerable experience -
Titusvllle this week.
he maneuvers of the troops of the Is in Loudon, England, at present, Collins Miss Leonardi! will be a studentat friends on Monday morning. and popularity\ and the right man

Jolted States Army, at Ft. Riley, Kan. but expects to return to the States -Mrs. J. II. Pope, of Miami( who ban Stetson University the coming term. The bridal couple returned to Titus lathe) right place

lag, from September 2lh! to October 8th. shortly bhe Is just finishing a tour of been on a visit to her parents, Mr. and vllle on Monday'straln, and are stopping)
Manager C, W Ulpley has cloned Ms
-Hon. G. S. Ilardee and daughter at the home of the groom' for ;
Europe, but neither the !grandeur of the Mrs. S. G. Vanlandingham, In ritusville, ,
-Mr. Wade H. Jones Brevard's next popular hotel l the Hlpplcan- Marion
Miss (trace, were on Frlday'i the present. ,
the blue for time left for passengers
Alps nor skies of Italy have some Sunday, 8t. Augustine -
, ipresentatlve in the legislature, was effaced the Impressions of Florida fromher where she was joined on southbound train, enroute home, from a The ADVOCATE joins the many friendsof Mass., after a very successful season. ,I
rough to Titusvllle on Monday, from Mr. lilplor la now In Boston where he
Mr. and trip through the North. Mis.MIardeeand the young couple on Indian River in ,
memory.--t.:! Augustine Record Wednesday, by Pope, they pro
''t. Luci where he taken quite 111. has secured the restaurant
was at
ceeded to the resorts of Georgia for a Miss Maud are In Janesvllle, Win., wishing them a long life of happinessand privilege
He Is now at the home of his father The Southern Railway Company, months' outing.Mr. with Mrs.I Oeorgo tjkeily:\ and will return prosperity. the Boston Mechanics' Fair, which
Hon. Minor S. Jones, and Is somewhat whose ad will be found on the 6th pageof later opened to the public on the 22d: Instant v

Inproved in health.Mr. tho ADVOCATE Itself George M. Robbins and The Fair fortunate
proves to be a son, -A party of Indian Jtlveiltes consist- management were very -
r for It baa Rlchatd of Titusvllle CITIZENS' MEETING. In securing so able'and.. well-known
F. Hayden proprietor of the very enterprising corporation, were pa8senger.on leg of Miss J.a.urflIoulton. Eau Gallle
Florida House; St. Augustine, accompa- a large and valuable display of minerals, Monday's northbound train, en route Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kltchlng and H caterer for Mr. Rlpley has. catered to
nied arrived stones, and ,various products from the to Point Cnswell, N. C., where they '11'111jolo of Pursuant to call last week the public for many years, and has
by his sister, Miss Hayden, daughter, Stuart, and M\\.. Susan a published ,
States extending from New England to Mrs. Robbins and son George and managed some of the finest hotel In the
Mr. of of the
In :ht. Augustine, last Friday. Kltelling, Worcester, England; were a mass meeting citizen of Titus
Florida, atthe Mechanics' Fair, Boston. proceed north for an outing. While United Htates. As usual, he will man- 9,
Hayden will have some extensive repairs at the Westmoreland hotel Jacksonville vllle, was held In the Wager store build-
This excellent and exhibit 1st they to visit New York and the famous Arms hotel
away expect College De-
Interesting age
made to the Florida House, and expectsto the\ lirst of the week. ing lost Friday evening for the purposeof r
at an early date. In charge of Mr. G. F. Green, who takes other large cities of the North. putting a citizens' ticket In the field Land, Fla., one of the palatial winter!

open much pion-tiro In showing and explaining -Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Harris, of Tibbnls Penney and Williams, law firm of for( town officers, for the election to ba hotels of the /South: for which place he
-Captain James Pritchard presidentof In connection therewith.The Miami, argued a mandamus before will leave after the of theMechanics'
things and Mr. and Mrs.. K. D. Yoke, of case held on the 27th. day of October. << shortly closing
the Indian River State Bank, of Ti Judge; Minor S. Jones, on Monday last, I Fair
Jensen who Mr. E. L. Brady elonted chairman
last from DeLand Independent band gavea as we announced In our lost In which the was ,
returned Saturday County Commlllllunel'lofVade
tusville his two which be, serenade to Mr. John B. Stetson, on issue, were on a trip through and Indian i and Judge A. It Penney, secretary. The alteration to the Alcazar, and
weeks' commanded
county were Issue
vacation spent to
at Indian Springs Ga From appear. Wednesday evening. This band Is the only and Halifax rivers, as far as Daytona, In ,. permit to A. B. Chapman of said city to a Chairman Brady stated the purpose of Cordova hotels, Ht. Augustine, Fla are
; his one In the State whoso leading cornet Is the yawl, Maude Miller, arrived In Tlttiit- sell wines the meeting In a very appropriate speech, progressing rapidly, and the property
ances the Captain enjoyed outing, liquors' and beer In election\
and returns much refreshed.The .' played b) a ii-year-old: girl Miss Ruth vllle last Saturday on their return trip. district Xov 10. The Judge granted the and at the close of the meeting I congratulated will be fully completed and turned over
! Woodward. She is the mascot of the They report having had a pleasant time, writ the the people of Titusville la the Interest to; Manager Joseph P. Greave in ample

! Record desires to call attentionI binJ boys, and they are unanimous In and are now at home again. the peremtory lawyers above upon named.application Graham of& manifested. In the nomination of time I for the opening of the Alcazar

I I to the courtesy of Judge Minor S. Jones, the opinion that she can't be beat. Mr. -lIon. H. E. Day, chairman of the Patterson, of Miami and George M. their town officers, and stated that If the November 29 The main room or hallon

r 1 of this circuit. In that the Judge, whose Stetson enjoyed the serenade very much, Florida Railroad Commission has resigned Itobblns, of Titusville, represented the people would take"* much Interest In the oNce floor has been enlarged by

I home Is at Titusville, has made It a especially the little girl, who did her to lake effect on Oct. ,1st. Mr. Conllo lallioner.. sustaining. and up-llOldlng the new town taking In a portion of the dining room.
: custom to meet attorneys from Orlando, best, and won high encomiums from all has accepted the of administration as they bad In nominal When the hotel was filled lat winter
Day position
DeLand and other in the circuit freight FURNITURE FURNITURE FURNI log It, they would have a better town here
points present. Mr. George W. Scoble, of the agent at Jacksonville for the Seaboard was not sufficient room for all who
west of Brevaid county, at Sanford, so firm'of Scobie &; Hughes, of Norfolk, Air Line Kail way. Governor Jenningshas ture. We are headquarters ou everything government In the future than In the wished to /gather In the hall to chat and

they may not have so far to travel to Va., spent a part of Monday and Tuesday appointed lIon. K. Hudson Burr of In the furniture line. Get our past.The listen to the concerts. By extending the

transact business before him. This kind in our town, the guest of his old Little River as Mr. Day's prices, before sending oft .J. K. meeting was attended by nearly dining room eastward to the street line,

attention\ Is much appreciated by the friends, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Woodward, which meets,with the approval successor of a Walker A Co., Titusville. 100 of the citizens of Titusvllle, and quite' taking; in the space formerly used by the

lawyers and the people, and Judge Jones of East Indiana avenue.-DeLand correspondent majority of the Florida voters. great a lively Interest wa* taken In the ballot- care, there will be no further difficulty In

lias added to his popularity throughout Metropolis. For Kent. lug for the different olHcers. The fol. eating all the guest that the two hotel

the circuit.-Orlando Record. lowing officers were nominated: may entertain at one time. The change
COLD HAVE YOU SEEN THEM THOSE Gardner' Flyer For Mayor, G. A. Frost; for Marshal along the east side of the court are also

SODA-Pineapple, Strawberry, New Royal Sewing Machines at John A suite of furnished rooms In Titus and Collector, Van Worloy; for Alder. a great Improvement. There will ,be a
Lemon, Orange; and Frultlne-from K. Walker; CO'I. Tltusvllle. A five- vllle suitable for light housekeeping. men, L. A. Brady and I' J. Hall for much larger grill and
room more room
fresh fruit. Wilson\ A Son's. drawer lIead..ta..ClO< > Cabinet Percale, yard wide 8i 10 12J 15o.
Drop ; ,
ripe ; ; a Address P. O. Box 201, Titusvllle. Assessor, John Henry wa nominated by for the billiard table.
Toilet bowl and
15.00 pitcher, $100.I 91.23.
acclamation, a* wn.allo! U. E. Mimi, Jr.,
Empty Barrels. Grecian Girdles the $1.00 kind, 73o. for clerk and treasurer. One of the finest and moat up-to-date
Sugar and Rice Drown cotton, yard wile 18 yards$1. Saw Palmetto Berries Wanted.One hotels Boston Is Hotel Lenox: man-

Help Wanted.Man Linen ball shoe thread, 00. aged by two hotel mflll who are well and

For sale. Address, Men's half hose 7e, or 4 pairs 25c.: CHURCH NOTICES.The favorably known !In Florida, viz., Messrs.
:WALTER A. MOORS, to do general work In an 'orange Jute matting;, yard wide, 20o.! cent pound paid for fresh ripe Alnslla t; Grabow The L ,nox, which
8 St. Charleston S. C.- grore.; Steady work If satisfactory. Books berries, f. o. b., cash. Write to Wilkinson -
George Ledgers; Day Blotters. wa recently visited by an AliVoCATB
Address : "J. E. B. Company, Hawk Park, Fla. We Presbyterian Sunday
Springs, mattresses, cots, $XOO up. school will meet at 8:10: representative, I I. a floe, new hotel, *uicrbly -
care ADVOCATE, Tltnstllle. Gasoline\ stoves ana refer to Indian River State Bank. 3oct every Sunday
Birds and Animals "Wanted. ovens. afternoon. fitted and furnished throughout
Bicycle tires and supplies. n baa 250 room and 129: bath, and the

Wanted ftYery"'kidof;; Wild Wagon fur Sale. C. A. GAKDXKR, Titusvllle, Fla. Clyde Steaniftlilp Line. Rev. J. O. Black will hold services at rotunda and palm room are a credit tony
Florida LaGrange on Sunday next, at 11 a. m., hotel In the United States. It U

Animals Plume and Song Birds and I now have on hand: a large stock of 2- TIckets and reservations via the Clyde and at the Tltusvllie Baptist church( at fitted with every possible convenience,

Alligators. Address: Inch tire and 3-Inch tire one-horse wagons Registration Hook* Open.To Steamship Line can be secured of Chas. 7tOp.:; m. and I I. said. to be one of the most homelike -
Warmer's FARM
Jt-octl7 ALLIGATOR St. Fla., that can be delivered at once. the Citizens of the Town of Titus I. Walton, at the ADvocATE office, TI- 'The ladle of the Baptist church and hotels In the city of Boston. The
R. E. MIMI, JR., vllle: usvllle. all that are Interested in the same, are office I I. presided over by a very gentlemanly

Titusvllle, Fla. The requested to meet at the home of Mr. set of young fellow, a* follow
registration books for the Town of 1IIells,.. I'. M. Edward
houseboat Wanted. Titusville are now open at the TownClerk' High ( Ashes. Carruthent. at 3 o'clock Wednesday after i and C. M. Green,
room clerks )Ir. F.
Wanted. noon, October 1,1002.Hotel ; II.Salisbury,
Men office and will continue open up M. J. P. Mack, private CBlhlerJ'

Wanted to charter, on Indian River, a to the 10th day of October, 1902. Those For growl; ng fruit and vegetables, noth- fr. }V. E. Topple night clerk. The

houseboat, for the months of January or Wanted, tan able bodied, sober, reliable who are not registered and Intend to 10" equal our clean, Dry Ashen, Potash, Wanted, manager, Messrs. Alnslie & Grabow,

February. Send full particulars and men, with families,to guard convict vote at the general town election to beheld actual, guaranteed, 5 to 7 per cent. For are already meeting with what they

price per month to P'os.tionpermanent.. Wages 28.00 per on the 27th day of October, will close prices, write to Wanted to rent a furnished hotel on eoerve-continued success. Amnntf

FI\RICB! AMES JR. month. Address: _' -S pleas register within the time limited O. H. Girri.f & Co., Cast Coast. Address, the other large hotels, Mr. Alnsllo f>r-

Youth's Companion Jlullding, f. M. WOOTM: above. O. A. FROST, West Palm Beach, }'lad' J. BCVAHD: ; merly managed the old San Marco hviel,

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F horsemen to fight with advantage. Confederates through and beyond the -

: Lp' ptrol\ Bayard's fresh sabers would have wuoda. Store than half of his men hod DEK AND BY VIRTCK OF"A FINAL *y. a. LAND OFFICE:
; : hold U d..cree.r tt.,ecloaur.and .ah.. made. and H.B. (Chabb. . .
U NP0 helped the* ground won by fallen, all the field otScers baa bet-n .. ", the Circuit Court In and forreyard' W. Q. Hublnnon. .... ... R It
r. t -rrnn and Gordon but for the sudden shot down or captured, and tbe supports oSity, Florida, !- Chancery. wherein tunce at Gainesville, rioruia ''"
and Irresistible of Stonewall r- Mary E. 8. l>e<,now... Kecntrit of the' Eltataf -
umiuev5jI energy looked for on tbe left of the and; Sole Legatee under the Will of Aarcm A. U. B. SENATORS.J. .
Jackson w that even tbe holding of fighting- bud not come up. Against I DeOriuw; deueaiwd. I is complainant, and'I John P.Tallaferro,.. .

_ SINESS.Iii : Banks at bay on his right flank would these broken rank. cut by tbe fearful I A. Booth.:.I nI wIll his, .*wife Master;. In*Chancery. .. duringthe are Cefenilants. a. R. l\lallory.\ .. ... .. . ''.!'''.''''IIIm,"

not save the day unless Crawford. Gordon fire. Brunch bad burled his reserves.' GOOD GARDEN GERANIUMS. : legal noun of sale on the U. 8. CONGRESSMEN

and Bayard could be stopped oo Crawford drew back leaving Gordon's ___ I A.. Robert VT. l>nrl....... . .
; SIXTH DAY OF OCTOBER. D.. 1002. s. "Oparltmall..... ... .. ..
his lett. The daub of the Federals In of tbe and JL Fine Hrvrlrt Pink
I tine ut the mercy enemy und n flraftn the flret. Monday of tbe said month of Ontober -
; that quarter had surprised hlua and, far at the front Bayard divided: his Sloth Lusty Growern and Ul.. naer.. being. ell. at public auction, for cash, to the FLORIDA LEOISLATI: 'Ii<

.( moreover. the leader of bIll own "Stone troopers\ Into two columns the betterto Tbo evolution of the Zonale pt>Iargo- the highest; Court. and House best bidder door at therefore Tituaville III front Brevard of E.K.N.B.niroick.lUmlorntm Palm, Fort Beach fierce,. ,. R.'lre'.nl.' >len.",

f wall brigade" of Virginians General get over the rough ground and twice alum garden gernnlum. still continues County Flortrta HI the tollowl"C( lands. 'lying EXECUTIVE "
It C. 8. Winder bad fallen with a mortal roVle at Branch's line with drawn" sa though the present pitch of bortl- and being lu Bmvard County StatS 01 Ylo""I6, I Wm. S. Jennings,... .... ... I"

f 1 j3 wound. Dismayed by the loss of their bers. .cultural perfection makes further Improvement &o.rb e'korth lot number 14, of the *ubdl.vlon H. Clay Crawford ... ... .. Secrets, s.t"Jf '

$3. f it vorlte'commander and pverrun with But Bayard's squadrons could not slow and progreMiliely more of fricUonar Secuon. 7 and 8. TownshIp Tame p. Whltileld.... ....... .,. 'rTOa.8....
Southx Bang 87 };&at:. a.* shown bv the pint Win. K Latnar .. .. Attorney
t j enemies In front the Virginians, as one make au' unbroken front againstBranch's difficult Beauty and profusion of 88.thereof recorded In Book "I." page '11.oCeh. W. N. Slieat, .... .. .. .Snpt. Pulill ',1"tr"l....
of their It Record, of l In and for ,sid Xountr of Bra.yard. H. K.: MoLIn.. ... ... .Commissioner. ..triLlt'AlontoC. ,
I own generals described In Indomitable line and rode bloom. delicacy or dazzling brilliancy i \
The add. north one-bait extending from Croom ... .. .. ,(
_ ) ( his official report, were "utterly routed back without shaking the fierce bold of coloring and elegance of habit are i the ImllanKlver to the Banana River. ,and being J. C'Illford R. Fusier.... Adjutau-V 1"11II.;

.,.1 4 I ,- LVwMi&*.'Tt&& and fleeing as fast as tbeyconld run." of the enemy upon the north end of .: Biifflclently! common in the new Introduction 5 chain. and 10 links wide, and COOl aln1ul( 10.i8acres. : John K. E. Kofe.Bradford..Serve'.. 8ui), ..ti.11tI\!,J!

Fortunately tbe division of A. P. the plateau. Bayard's vain effort / *, but for outdoor use these *.ao Lot 18, .trbdl vision ef Section T ...eI 8, 015005 at Tallahassee, Florida.. : < leti"
f l II III. sent Lee to Jackson atGordonaville. qualities must be 26. South of Range 87 East, aa recorded -
_ by join warned Gordon that be was left to his accompanied by vlfforous Township STTBEME COURT
_ ___ ___ _ In Book 'L" 177, 178 anSI 1.0. record of JUDOfcs:!
bad halted near the battlefield fate and he withdrew. leaving the growth and easy propagation. Ilrerard ('ooat,.1'lt4Ce.Florida, and described a* lot- 5.r-j?. )fabry....... ... . Clllel,* i mi.
A _____ ''' '' .>1 and 'was called Into the fight at field to Branch. At that moment Stonewall Rural New Yorker which toots the lows: A ...trll' 01 land extending' Ea and Vest 1".11. Carter.... .... .. .. AOs.ciai, .. .1"11!
fr '' Merrftt "Island and hounded on the ii. F. Ta'lor.... .... .... . .
tbe moment of peril. One nt Hill's brigades moat promising new bedding varieties across !
Jackson rode up to Branch. It North by a line paral.el: to and 77 chain and 24 I
bad helped give the finishing was In the dusk of evening, but the soldiers among the annual flood of novelties. link South of the North boundaries of Hecrlooe' RAILROAD COMMISSIONER: :- ).
_ ; 4 hr 7 aod. 8, TownshIp. 26, South Bangs 31 East H. E. Iay chairman,..... .
JACtSeN'S( tbelr chief and Buys that probably, tbe most valuablo .. ... .
recognized sot up bounded on the Kant by Banana River; bounde.on J. L. MorlrUl .. .. J,,
0 a terrific shout Taking off: his bat of the newer sorts Is the double scarlet the South by' the South line of laid Bootlon 8. J. H. Bryant.. .. .... ...... .. 1(1..111,..)<.'.
The Mid South line being 4 chain and 78 linksSouth John L. neeley jr.. e1.rk...... trot .
4 Jackson rode along the line. which was Alphonse Riccard. of the above d':*crlbed North of headquarters and office at Tallali, ....
11 11'r without a break from one end to tbe It Is an extremely robust grower and this twct being described;bounded ou tbe1". t CIRCUIT COUKT FI4
0 bids fair to the well known by the Indian River and containing 8 and nlnetytwo >
NEW\ ENEMY other thanking tbe brave fellows for replace one-hundredth (S.0l) acre MJnor S.Jones, TltonUlel i I
..1 theIr victory. lie then led tbe pursuit Also:: beainniog ou the Real bank of IndianRiver J. 1.). HeBrs) ", Orlando,.. ...Wosetntlr. ittnrj"?|
at the meander corner to Section H and RprlnicTenn-Fonrth M"DllaYII1!r "I
of the retreating Federals to Cedar 17, Towmbip, South Range 87 Kant. thence Fallrenn-Fourth Monday\ In \."
i timber,
: :: 'c "'' 'C.C i creek behind which Banks drew all Rat along' the section line eighteen chain.. anti BREVARD

C his force. When Banks recrosaed Ce- eighty fifty to ..West"Banana seventeen River cb; thence.lnand South.twen- D.Penney..:.....COrY. ........Ct.lR1'A. ,CoimJnfc'.

y [Copyright. 1902. by O. L. Kilmer} the creek after the battle be found afresh t.tlv..llnk.' to the Indian River. ; thence" northwesterly James G. Andrew... ..ProoeCUtlllIIA'III, i

4 the armies under :Sic- !, f division at band which bad come forty link along to tbe tbe point river of shore beginning three chain and.con.and A.. A.Spring Stewart Term. .-.Second Monday.. .. n r,m'Ma\'ti ita! I

WJIILE and Lee stood 11e4 up as supports, and Pope himself was talmng two and neventy.-four one Summer Term-Second Monilu> ,r, .\'IIRIIII,

I .t: the banks at of each tbe other James on on for tbe fighting scene.but Pope Jackson-clung and Banks to were the {(2.74)River Also IICrea.eleven beginning chain on the and Zest bank.bundredthl'' Fall' Term Tenu-Second-Second Monday Mouday In :Nr'Winter 1i YPllllJer.'.blUlrf,

,. river below Richmond la July, 18U2. a opinion be bad long before expressedto tion ontheaterly. 8 and IT, TownohlpIiB from the meander South ( R. B. Mini COUNTY, Superintendent SCHOOL,.BOARD... Hcmnventtin I
new Federal army took the field In Lee that the new Army of Virginiawas at the north*e t corner of land of Rufus Ii. !Member. : J. M. Dixon, chairman Tltimtllli I
front of Washington. This was the too strong for him. lie burled the Stewart;thence North .* and live R. N.Andrew, Cocoa; C. P. Platts. Fur I"el\\
fM minute. bant!: along said Stewart a north
command of General John Pope. dead and gathered his wounded undera seventeen chain and twenty-nve link to the COUNTY coHMiasioxEns;

f Pope's solillers had seen erylee. They M fluff of truce then retreated behind Banana. River; thence North twenty'four oeerenaWest J. R. Walker, chairman, Tltusvllle lohn i L
were encamped at Miuiasmis Freder- the Kapldan. that convenient along the River shore. two chains and fifty-and Miot, Indlanolat! ; R. A. Coukllnit, Ttllnun.Jol.1
stream two links thence South ty-nlne degree
; C. Jones, Woodley I.J. Frank Hull Unl
; ,
Ick burg find In the'Bbenandoab valley. IgMv which so often shielded the contending live minute West eleven chain to a palm" tree Regular sessions are beta first Monilaj Unite in i tiel I
marked with two Botches anil an "A on the
: Tbelr old leaders-Banks. llcDowt'lll' --. & armies. East and West *lde* thereof; thence Smith .e... wontb.
; and Slgi'l-lod them on the march Jackson captured one of Banks' division .nty-nlne degree. and thirty minutes West between BKEVARD COUNTY OFFICtI3A. .

across tbe Ilappn bannock, a move v> leaders and one brigadier and & two row of to orange Indian: trees_Klver, chain inrongn. and;. a A. D. Penney Tltnsvlll. TitusvlIIe: .. Comm Mn
Ja E. Andrew
J .
which threatened Richmond. Lee one Federal brigadier was wounded. OEBAMTDM AX.PHON8X BICCABD. .palm tree on the bank of the river marked with I A. A. Stewart Titusuille..CouuIVCIr1. ; All:

watched the gathering of this Tbe louse" In killed and wounded Double General two notches East and West; thence southeasterly .. I J. F. Woolen. Cocoa,. .. .. Tax Avow I
new were Grant which has held I along the river shore three chain and alxtvtvtwo
K. W. Hall. Tltnavllle,. .. Tax I
force with anxli-ty.! It could endanger .... .,. -." equaL about 1.50O on each side but popular favor to&. many years. The : links to the point of,beginning, contain F. H. Rove, TitusvlllB.... .... Trearowl rullmv
Richmond by'descending upon It from L.A Jackson captured about 000 of Craw color. is brilliant vermilion scarlet, acre ing four,.. and alxtj-elgbt
!. 'the unguarded north side while tbe .''' .'''>WI'. .: 1 ford' and Gordon's soldiers. without the brick like tint common in Also the South one-half of Lot 14. subdivision. ;,I J.J. P.O.HroMrn.TltiiSYllle Fries, TI' .uuvIlle.Count. ,. ......._. ;Sunwr Shcnll', I

__ :..I :4 Federal, army on the bank of tbe ... .9. -.. ,_a ..r" "' i'. Pope's plans were not disturbed by the older varieties. When well grown, Section.....C. as shown 7 and 8 by, Township plat 'hereof"Suntb.recorded Range in Flock S7 I T.J.CocKfthutt: LaGrange..Rep Istratlon Ofcwr

? James river south of the Confederate xd.- Jackson's attempt to throw him off: the tbe bloom trusses are Immense often "1." on page 177, of the Rroord of IJueda and I I ITUSVILLK TOWN fOL-xrIL
for Brevard County. Said South half extendingfiom
!' capital marched forward along a secure .: ;s:"' direct track to Ulchniond. He clung to' reaching six Inches across and are carried Indian Klver to arfanana Rlter and being I J. )\1. DI"on.m.yo'JR., E. Minis jr, "manluit,
_ water route. supported by gunboats I .. the south side of the Rappabannock. on long and very stout stems. The flve chain and twenty-two links wide. containing and tax aoll..ctCIrVS.. Hranulnir, .'hrltuil<
= one-bundredtha 0.3b I treasurer: John Henry tax .
ten and. thirty six ( ) sssesanr FiilmE|
to support tbe attack. ': ( 4 and Lee was convinced that Jackson's flower bead shown in the figure was acre, more or Ie.... Walker .... A. IMorjran: G. F. Dnren, S On,IlandinKham
On July 13 Stonewall Jackson was % .... estimate bf the new enemy was cor purposely selected for its moderate Also beginning: on the West bank of Banana and J. L. Carrutbers, councilinen I
River the meander Section 8 The council raeuta. first lu each
at corner to am Tuesday moon.
:; [
sent from the James river to Gordonsvine. rect. Lie promptly sent Longstreet to size so that tbe individual florets 17. lownnblp 26 South of Range: 31 East, thence

,Ii si T .11 In the pathway of Pope'. possible ... Gordonsvllle by rail with his full army would not appear too crowded. Al- South, 80 degrees West arveuteen chain and TTrCSVtLtE BOARD OF TRADE
/ .. twenty-rive links' Indian River; thence *ouih. O. M. Robbins, president .I. M. Dixon. tmtl
A i, route of march on Illcbrnond. Uy beading ,.".. corps and reached therein person pbouae IJIccard makes a good pot plant easterly along tbe river shore four chains and nrer J. O. llast secretary.. ; Meet second: Wo
ir. for Gordonsvllle Jackson appeared Aug. 15. Stuart's cavalry. also marcbed as well as a bedder and if given acbancewiil twenty-one link to the line this day' made between .nesday: night In each month at their rooms

'* to 'be going back to his old stamping north, and on Aug. 10 I'ope'a! outposts grow very large. North seventynine the said MatbiHon degree and and Booth thirty';minute thence FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS

ground the Shenandoah valley. Butt JACKSON'S WELCOME: captured a dispatch from Lee to Stuart JL companion sort of real and tested Rant, through a palm tree standing on the rive Indian
OfTHBDA'I"l'LUIELD.blow > River nieetlnpl
Lodge, No. 00 holds lu
bank and marked with East anti
4' Lee sent him there purposely to bold to Banks' left,. and Jackson Intent which revealed his plan to attack excellence is Jean Viand which may West and on six" chain two and notches twenty-five. link the second and fourth Friday' evening of eni I

_ back ropes advance. Lee promised rjpon saving his own left from Pope with his whole army. Then Pope be termed a pink Riccard. having the between two row of orange trees to a palm tree at month 7 at o'clock their lodg room J. ,R.near Walker.conn 1o, .,,]
with "X" Fast
marked the
two notches and \
a on
I Stonewall In be started on a retreat which didn't end nine lusty growth and :
help case found the threatened destruction summoned to excessively and West side. thereof; thence north sixty.nine, f, Morgan Seo'y.
; new enemy too strong for tbe two divisions his side tbe brigade of General Branch until his army was within the fortifications large blooms Tbe particularly pleasIng degrees and Hftv-o e minute Bant,eleven chain ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
he carried with him. of Washington. shade of pink is not common In ZOo to the Banana Ithe'l;thence northwesterly. along
ss which bad not fired snot. ineetlnril
yet n the river shore two chain and eight link to the Friendship Chapter, No. holds Its
Upon reaching bill destination and Branch said that Jackson told him GEORGE: u. KILMER.: nale pelargoniums. point of beginning co-.taining six: : and thirty In the Lodge I, Tltuavllle I ,
looking the eight' ollehulldredtb6.38)) acre, together: wit Brat 'aZII"each month at 8 kD.1: I
ground over Jackson reported his left was beaten and broken and the riparian rights belonging to all of; the said and tlie ... In each month at IJIIo'clock
:f ;i to Lee that Pope wns too the enemy turning that flank. Branch's YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARETAKING Thinning FraU lands. p.m. .. , the nfltrentlfthe

strong for him. and the division' of A.P. line was already formed and waiting When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Next to the proper fertilization and F. J.Master Chancery. I'r. B.lodge K.i Wilson Mr. O., worthy: patron.worthy; Mn mitts B. II I

Hill marched north Just In time for for orders. He Instantly gave the command Tonic because the formula Is plainly cultivation In orchard work thinning of D. aAULDBV: Wilson, associate matron ; Mr. F. A 3lorgutrearureri I

: : tbe battle of Cedar Mountain the Otb "Forward.! and the column printed on every bottle showing that It Is the fruit I. of tbe most
of August Jackson never won laurels plunged forward through the woods at Imgly Iron aDd Quinine In a tasteles mutters little bow much we may enrich HUlbe.associate conisjictres. Mrs, O. W.8
b fo.'m. No cure, >io pay. fiOots. ; Mr*. J. R. Hlltb ) f
In flghtlng his enemy's battles. That the ground Notice of \Va'ipr. ;
the !base of the mountain In the direction or prune our trees. Application to Set Morgan. Esther, Mrs. Martini,
: la to say. when tbe enemy's maneuvers of the scene where Gordon and tbrewill be some seasons when well ; Liquors, \Vlnes and Deer. Mr*. T, T. W.taore.. 'arth.; .I.. ZI.Ste..arc .\

j compelled him to fight he failed Crawford bad charged. Before the Concealed Crop.In formed trees will set more fruit than EI.tlUasters

to score great triumphs. Ills old antagonist line bad advanced a hundred yardx. some cases of crop bound a manipulation they can properly mature to large size.
i L r of the ShenandoAh valley. Branch SOiL It met the "Stonewall of tbe crop may break up good color and fine quality and If we PUBLIC.-", ('arletois: jr., has. tiled with tie

; vi General Banks drew him Into tbe battle brigade" retreating and pursued by tbe this mass, and It may be gradually wish to produce the finest trult all of Hoard of t'onntv, CoinnilHsioiveraof llrevan. Sale.
t County, Mtate' of Morion his for
at Cedar mountain. men of Crawford and Gordon. worked downward to tbe gizzard but the Imperfect specimens.-, of the .ennlt to llliqnorwlneandbe...rln Klectlo a

Jackson's favorite tactics of striking Branch's men opened( fire steadily ad- the quicker and easier way Is to cut wormy. gnarly distorted surplus and blstiiot :No. S of suiil. county and; that AND BY VIRTUE OF A FINAL I

a detachment of tbe enemy often carried enticing and drove the Federals back the skin through to the crop. then slipIt very small fruit must be removed as B men Court the
through with success were well out of the woods. Into the open field of a little to one side and cut' through soon aa its character can be deter. regular m etlnir, ..h.b..1II. be held on the Mrs of Florida In and for Hnvard Seventh C>nntv, In a dun

I r known In the opposing lines* but be the plateau which extended along the the crop and work tbe material out mined. This time for different varieties o'olot Tuesday In In the October attemoon A. of D said laotl lay at, and three the therein depending whereto F. K Mrathauill

counted npon celerity to surprise I whole battle front with the finger. When done and and seasons will be about the 1st of I said Board. hereby calls upon any citizen of such complainant K. RoROtter, aa, anti Bxecnfm.1. P. Brown of John, a* adrlll"U H..Ah., '

i Banks In his camp at Culpeper.\ In this Upon reaching the plateau Branch the skin slips back to Its proper position Joly. The cost of this work on trees show r leril cause..n DIstrlLt If any who there may.lie desire, at the to said dn so next., to, tor of Julia t. Welle,at al are ,' .1 I

_ Instance the cavalry scouts In front got a view of the whole Federal array tbe two cuts will not correspond.Then wltb very high branches will be sogreat re;nlnr meeting of said. Board why such perm.eab..11 will Hon..sell B door|| at,vnbllo Tltulli sale'in. Florida.front of between the Coon IS

of Banks discovered Jackson's move. baited place the ben by herself la a comfortable as t&l'om'urue all profits from tbe not be (trumpet to the applicant. legal hour al to and belt liiderforoaebou
: and. finding a good position By order of the Board of County (Commission U. Ilghe.t
t and Banks marched forward from Cul his line and opened fire upon every- coop. give her plenty of warm crop. but oil properly formed. low beaded era of Brevard. County, Florida. this, the 2nd the

I peper eight miles to the base of Cedar tblug'wlthlii range. Thin was the crisis water to drink and a mush of soft food trees the work can be done at com day: of September JOHX A. D. I WALKICH.
mountain. lIe marshaled 8.000 men for on L1ank.' right Crawford could barely In small amounts and It will be but a purutlvely little expense tfoU results in Chairman of Board of County: Com
battle at noon the Otb of August and bold him own before Branch threw few days before the cuts will have much profit to the grower and satisfaction [L.I..J lulMloners, Brevanl County: Fla tbe month name and being a the ale first day.Monday the follow In th Inn* uld
Jackson had :20.00O:! on the slopes of the his freh troops Into the fight Ills brtWA healed the little blood that starts and to both the grower and con real nltu teil In tbe Count O I Irlravard

t mountain or within coiL vn.1. h.1 AI".,.. .... .,.h..1 "| for fn the feathers forming healing plaster sumer. For the most rapid work stepladders Application for Tax Deed. and. State of Florida or so.much wit dOTS, I Iat
ivlll said and AnfltB. CO>
Jackson opened the battle with his better for ber than the surgeon could and common !ladders of several t All.of .tt der nln.e(2).d( ) f '

f lF.1 t artillery which was elevated above prepure.-.\Dl.t'rl<'ult Cultivator. lengths should be on band ready for IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT F. R. I all of Lot Three ((3) .wrlon .t-r i l) '
J r the plain. The Federal guns were no We Know WhatIs tine, and only net he. quick sighted help NOTICK purol a..r of Tax Certificate No. I Township T..nty..I,(95)) "South Rnuee Thlnrneveu
779, dated the 2nd ((37)) Kant: Elithty-rt\eiKi)
r 21 Years a Dyspeptic. dar of Jnlv A. D. taiHi! I c.mtalulnir
match for tbe southern batteries and uliould IJt' employed. The cost of thin- baa filed said ceitlncateln office. more or less according tbe tale 8.v..y. uf I
and has !
my <
I t Unit
L finally gave up tbe contest. Seeing his going to happen to the little. boy who R. n. Foster :313 S. 2d Sr. Salt Lake nlns: the fruit on \\&ry trees where a made application for tax, deed, to Issue, In accord-I and being; .. ..*.

_ L advantage. Jackson sent forward two is duffing himself with green apples. A City writes: "liars.. been bothered with considerable number have been done a following> ce with deacriliwl. law. Bald certificate, .situated embrace the F. A. MORGAN,
man couldn't be induced to property Brevari .
.; brigades from his right At tbe same that grown and the try dyspepsia or indigestion for :21 yeini; has b H>u from 2.1 to M cents each and county Florlila. &o..Ie: Lots subdivision of IIt0 Special Ii Jilt?.
experiment yet grown man Lot 4. fIc>c.lI and South
tried many doctor without/ relief; recently 20 chain of Lot 1. Sro
time two of Bunks' himself the profit has In been
brigades) advanced will overload with mdigeittblc< I I got a bottle of Heroine. One bottle many cusea more 3D. Section 36 andjain Township 37 Honth. of
on the Federal left all the fight began food for which he will pay a greater than doubl4'd. Range East containing 'iJi acres The. said Proclamation of Election.
cured I off thesecond. land ,, .
me. am DOW tapering on belt a- wwl at the date of the Issuance I
I In earnest on a broad plateau. A penalty than colic. It is this careless I have recommended It to my of such rertlnc.ui In the name of Oeo. W. Chat -
,I timely charge by a third Federal brigade sad thoughtless eating which i* the beginning friend. It ls curing them too." SOcts The Best Prescription for Malaria field. ITnleaa said certificate shall. be redeemei." ,
of stomach trouble and all its ; ,. Chill and Fever la a bottle of Grove's aooordlng to law. tax dead will Issue" thereon on I1ERltA8 SECTION I, OF ARTICLE t |
4 from Banks' right turned the bat. tat B. K. Wilson &: bon's.Vhlfewaah.. Tasteless Chill Tonta. It Is the 2oth d<:y of October A. U. fXXt! ", Y of the ordinance of the Town of Tirol ;
tIe for painful consequence. simply Iron Witness official Till aald town *
a moment against Jackson. I my signature and seal this the *, requires the layorof
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and quinine In A tasteless form. No 18th day of September,A. D. 1W.! issue a Proclamation calling tor an anllua e\\
This fresh brigade led by General 8. cures dyspepsia and other forma of \ Cure, Xo Cure. Price Oct, ["Seal) A. A. STEWART! lion of town ofllcen; Now I. ''
.). -e 'V. Crawford swept the Confederates "stomach trouble. It restores the weak Whitewash Is the cheapest disinfectant Clerk Circuit Court of Bravard CotInt F.... Marion Dixon, Mayor of the Town of Titnlaaiietbl an,' 0.
By' O. A. Stewart I). C. *, my Proclamation.oallinir
., I back crows the open plateau into tbe and raa-down man or woman to sound we know of. A coat of whitewash Master* Sale. mini election to be held In the Council cumb

p woods at the base of tbe mountain. In health. In a poultry bouse sweetens It up won- of said town on tbe fourth Monday, the

4. spite of the. failure of his artillery "Bom time baa elapsed doc* I have. written derfully. It Is not necessary to try to Application for Tax Deed.NOTICE a7TH DAY OF OCTOBER. A.D. 1 M.

if Banks had tbe best of the fight as you(skin in*; under regard yimr to the tn8trartioa..ya treatment I have Mr K.been I'. do an artistic Job. Any brush or even UNDER: AVn: .*..BY and VIRTTB ale entered: or A In DECREK tbe Clr: -' between 8 a, m.,audln.down p. at., for the pi

4 1il 'T't waged by the Infantry. Jackson's Cnsmars o*" Minneapolis M.nn.kWh..... first an old broom may be used to apply the cult Court of the. Seventh Judicial Circuitof : .. 19 HEREBY OIVKV THAT B. F. poe of eleUI l
r 1 commenced taking; your remedies t was under Florida. In and for Rrevard purchaser of Tax Certlflrate No. aw, tine .
j guns were masked by the advance of treatment of a well-known specialist In this city wash. A spray pump can be bought therein. pending wberelu Cnunty H. lit a caiue "ate.a the :2nd day of July A It. loon) baa One la..or. and Collector of Taxes
t i tbelr own infantry and the struggle (and bad been for (our months), for catarrh cheaply and will save time In white a application foitat
i k lay between aad especially stosnach trouble and I was washing. Whatever Is decmMd, I* complainant, and Leon T. with deed to IMII In socord.nce 0.. Assessor of Tajtes, and
bullets and bayonets. rapidly$ Btttinv worse. Go* so bad that' I could used don't forget Malbemn and J. t5. Mutbesou: : are defendant law. Said certificate! embrace the follow. Two Aldermn.
'_ 1 Tbe weak point of the Federals at not eat anything that did not diMres me to whitewash. w.U..1I at public auction to tbe hlghe and log descrllieil property" attuated In Brevanl coontyFiorilat And. I hereby appoint tr"rrrWlon.Btmllelld;
4 ,! Cedar mountain terribly and I was Obliged to quit lakinir the i beat bidder forcaoh.. front of the.Court tlotu lots. wit: South K Southwest K,less Norton, Roht A. .
to B.
was the right flank. doctor treatment I I' R Wilson and lot West of P51"
rniblln the
entirely.: wa greatly reduced dnor at Titoartlle.. Florida. during the legal In R.NU! election, and A 111* F. Oruber Clerk of
: Jackson from the hillside could see the In flesh. A. a Iauotr..rt Devoured by Worms. boon of ala on the Southwest of "Southeast: H In !Section :20 In testimony I have iff
I wrote to yon* *i Vjand > Township 21.M"lIthRAolCI& East The said land. wbenf."ntn"Tt. '
whole fleld. Ills troops were screened stated my rase. and Children often cry not from pain but rCRST HONDA IX OCTOBER.: A. D. 1902, being assessed at the date of the Issuance of such find vllletolieamxmlst and .1 of. the < rtcnilwr
by the after receiving; your instruction certificate! I. the name nr F. A. heirs.. Tu..U., "Il.
tI' woods and Chappell
I 1Y a roud led along his from hanger although/ fed abnndantly. a.
1 followed I I tbe folio-wine real etate Itnateil It Brevanl" Unles* said certificate shall. be red..metlllCcord.. A. D. 1: ,
_ t whole line around Banks' right ,whore them closely AftertakIng Tbe entire trouble'ari e..from Inanition, County ilorlda.vlz: Lot fifteen (I5)in) Block lug to .lawS tax deed will issue thereon on the (I&AL.) J. MARION 1 DXn .
i : i the thicket was dense and favorable flve bottle of Dr. their food Is not stniiliUr-dt but devoured thfrtY-nlne. .8S>) In White City according to th- *ith ray of September A. I>. 1902. .,
Pierce Golden Medical plat thereof on record In the County Clerk' of- Witness my official. sicnatnre and seal tills the
for a surprise. To that flank Jnckson Discovery. and one vial by worms. A few doses of White'sCream Bce of the County. 29th day of August. A, D. law.
.i.1' rode Just ns Crawford's brigade made of hi* flnuent Pellet Vermifuge: will cause them to GEO. 1\(. BOBBINS, l r"UIo.J l A. ASrKWART.!: .

h I 4 f the Its brave center.rush! General up to his(I. very II. Gordon's lines In and I commenced' decided medicines, to improve continuethe and ot-, -k cease very much crying to and tbe begin surprise to thrive and joy at of once the Suet 8i
I serve "yonr instruction. mother. ilctsat B. R. Wilson /Son's.:
: 31g Federal brlxnde daubed forward to tbe recanting hycirnie:treat Application for Tax Deed. Application for Tax Deed.

L [ support of Crawford but was broken ment. It is. now nearly the most fatal of d
: elK months vine I commenced : Two Fine Lots For Sale. a
r .p In the thIcket. and the whole line your treatmentaad IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT W. B. M" RERERY tJIVFX
Mrne to a bait. I can say. thai I am NOTICE purchaser. of Ta.. Certificate! >o. 1, NOTICE .,purchaser of Tax Certificate THAT K. L. eeFOLEY'S
well and never fit better dated the. lad day of July: A. It. lao baa Unl: No.
r Meanwhile Jackson's brigades in my life Am very Two One Iota lying on Indian filed sail oertlBcate In my office, and baa mad ha. filed said doted eeniflcate the 8tb day of July A. D. Und, IDNEY CURE 1 fll I
ou the 0db.
grateful lo yon for what. I River 9 miles south of Fort Pierce, on a appl fatten for tax deed 10 san. In accordance made application for fnroy and baa
I Bight took up the tight anew agaInst tar your medicine.. ... done good shell road. Each lot baa 300 feet with Said certificate embrace. the follow coNanc. with law. said tax deed eertlficaM to lone embrace.In ao- Cuarantiad Rlmedl
f tie left of Banks. Two fresh brigaded nie Mil property sItuated la RreTardcounty. the following river frontage. nigh{ bluffcovered with Florida, to wilt All Peter Ponchard ) property: situated in
I charged down the slopes: npun the pU": Dr. Pierce'sPellets palms and hardwood timber. Good for Granl la Section. !Townablp! 20, Sough Hanre 27T.1 d.l'I.' ?bl County*-"*.and' Florida N. .leCall to wit> See.Part a.o.10.

tcau. and too advance of Banks In that biliousness cure and orange, grapefruit, tangerines and pine .i M date and of a'tbe.. The laoanc aald land of uch being certIficate******* at la the rj a.. Rang 40 E. bi The said land bring 15.Township ass-- o money refunded. Contain

1'' jaarter, was effectually repulsed. On sick headache apples.! No better location on the river name)nf Uaka..... Unleaa uhl certificate thall. the care eased. in at the the daze of of be issuance of inch crtlfl. remedies recognized bv eG*"
; I., flanks extreme right Hank the cavalry at any price. $1,000.00 for each lot. be redeemed aoeording I to law, tax deed will issue Utle.te shall name be redeemed Win Gore. Unless laid oer-
Uiereoa on the *tb d*T of 49cCob.rA. D Itnt. -I- according to law. taxJSeal.J tent the best le
C. T. McCAitTT will sins therao physicians
? brigade led by the gallant General WltaeM ny offloial *.Ip..urea| this taw tember A. D. 1902. 011 lbe 28t4 dar: of Sep. a !

Hayard who all along bad discovered ..4nkouaPla. 5th[eatl day of September A.D.A.liWi.A. STEWART Wit_. DIY.lIlclal sIgnature. and Mal this the Kidney and Bladder trouble
Pu .' and 29th tJay of August, A..D. 1902.
anticipated Jackson's maneuver, Clerk Circuit Court of Baevard Co., Fla. nJ

H i;i rood lu caddie on the edge of the we,, .hi 'ke.. e.- The ADTOCATK: does job printing. By 0.A. BMwart Ceputy Clerk. tier .Ircoit$Court Brevard A A. STEWART.County, Florida. B. PRC. 5 SJ.. .

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EO.i M. BOBBINS, A* Experiment Whirl Answer *mQnvMluu Convenient Chicken. Coop Door 1:... At the request of Crand Army men In Tb. Dreed Ha Ilvcum PracticallyRitlnct -:4j: i

That I* Often Asked. njr (George I. Moor various parts ofthe State we publish bo- In This Country.

WhIle making a visit to George I.Moores low A portion of the official circular' In What has become' of the old bind.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR The following experiment was undertaken !
farm in Plymouth county, regard to railroad rates. and white spotted Daliuntliiu dogs, %
to determine how soon after
AT-LAW. "O. A. K. National Cir- "
Encampment. better known "couch dogs that
attention to a its !
Mass. bo called
mating eggs become sutUclently fertileto my cular No. !. Headquarters Depart
ill practice la State and United States chicken door that he Invented and were so numerous and popular
yield chicks. For this purpose there coop ment of Florida, Grand Army of the **.
Court. were selected tweuty Barred Plymouth has used for some time. The arrangement Republic MaitUnd, Fin., Aug. 12, 1UO:.. throughout the United States fromt

Office at TITUSVILLB, FLA. Rock hens one year old that had been Is Blnict1:! as the drawing will The Wth national encampment of the W to 1882 liieUmlveV The breed uppetirs -

laying heavily during the five to seven show but Is nevertheless effective O. A. K. will be held In Wellington, D. i to base become extinct In this

mouths preceding but had not been in floors that slide tip and down between I).,during the week com mend agOct. Gth country, having,, like the Newfoundland

L. GAULDEN, the company of male birds since they cleats are apt to bind when swelled bya Tickets on sale from Oct. ;3rd: good to return whleh bus shared the same fate

r ruin. until Nov. 3rd by an extension to gone out of style and are no longer
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, were young chicks. Late on the even- be made Washington at a cost of only popular. Those dogs were white lu
Ing of May 25 a cockerel twelve When doors are fitted with hlngt'l.un 5O cunts. /

Will practice In all the Conrts of the State months old win placed In the pen with leas of leather they will\ rust and The following rates has been secured: color and spotted o"C'r'r) putt of

Florida,and the United State Courts. them and kept there until the close of break when exposed to the weather.Mr. Key West, :UI.I0j; Sanford., .1 ..6Do.: ; tho body with small black spots. the

r. p oz.: : 236V TITUSVILLE, FLA. the test The eggs laid each succeeding Moore has obviated all this troubleby Land $1M.3U: \ ; Palatka, 17.13: ; West Palm slue of n dlll1<.'.

day until June 0 were Incubated.The the use of a common quarter inch Beach, -J8.03:! ; New Smyrna, $21.0.1; Day They were first brought to England: Miss Ida. M. Snyder.
tona fom..It.( : $1M.JOJack: from tho AiiJtfrliin"provliuo of lalma-
all ;
J. WEBB, eleven eggs/ laid May 20 were TrwMiirer wl she
L. removed! after having been! In the incubator M 1 sonvllle, $lit.0y.: tin, and nro still popular to n certain ItrooltlvM East: End Art ('In'". l
All comrade from the East Coast or on extent In that eountry.front which the
A ATTORNEY T.LA W eight days. Eight of them "If women would pay more attention to 1
the line
of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad first speeituuim were brought to the their health would
ws have
Will practice in the Courts of the' 7th were clear, and the three others showed 1. who desire to !go with the head United States shortly after the civil wives mothers and daughter! ,more and .If happy they :

ircult. Taxes paid for non-residents very light truces of fertility. At quarters car, or the olliclal train so-called would observe result
wur. One of the reasons' why this. dogdlsappcnred they would find
nd rents and accounts collected. the Bume time the eight eggs laid May must be sure to have their tickets read doubt that the doctor do not
quickly was no prescriptions
and three of them via Atlantic Coast Line from Jackxon BO
27 were examined, the
ITtTSVILLR:, FLORIDA.D. showed clear three were slightly yule Have the local agents be sure to the fact that he had no particular use credit perform for. many cure they are given

give this kind of ticket. other than to pose as a showy animal
cloudy and two had good strong centers a through "In consulting! with my dru Jlst he sdvlied -
PENNEY, nnd radiating lines. From these The headquarters oar will leave Jacksonville and to trot along by ono's'carriage or McElree'i Wins of Cjrdui and Thed-

two strong chicks were hatched at l n ft m. :Sunday, Oct. 5th, and conch anti attract attention by his ford't Illack-Draught!! and 10.1 I took It and y
eggs reach Washington at an early hour next striking color and markings. Aside have every reason to thank him for s new

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, on the! twentieth day of Incubation. morning. Every comfort and accommodation from thin the Dalmatian dog was completely life opened up to me with restored health

ITtTSVILLK, FLORIDA. The best results were obtained from possible will be provided and worthless. lie could neither and It only took three months to cure me"
the eggs. laid June 2, eight days after THE OIItOCtiAB DOOR. special attention will bo given the ladle
of the h\\IIt. nerve' as n watchdog, catch ruts, Wino of Canlui, Isiv regulator the
of the male bird.
Will practice In all the courts of the 7th the Introduction
and the door is opened :
laid that day eight carriage bolt All matters connected with headquar light, or do anything else that other menstrual functions and is a most aatoniahing -

Judicial Circuit. From the ten eggs hatched and two and closed with ease no mutter what tors in Washington, a. well as doga arc capable of doing and for thin. I toniu for women It cures

good chicks wero the weather may bo. The entrance accommodations for comrwl I\n(rrlvRto reason no dOUbt ho died out.-Washington -' scanty,suprresu.dtafrequent'; irregulAr -

A. eggs wore completely Infertile. bole to tho coop should be circular and families, are In the hands of Past Department Post. und painful iiienatruation, falling

FREDERICK MORGAN, This test shows that eggs become about ten Inches across while the dour Commander Geo. F. Foote, oHeniy of the womb, whites and flooding. It

fertile very soon after mating com B. Post at Orlando who is helpful when approaching womanhood
must be about nn Inch larger, with one Whlpplo .
Dtr ttonii III London
ESTATE AND INSURANCE, mences. 'As It was after dark when side shaped In which to bore the la now acting as special assistant lulju during pri">irnancy, after! childbirth
pear In London and throughout the tight '
Loans, Notary Public. the cockerel was put in the pen with hole for the bolt on which tbe door la tant-goneral;\ with headquarters at No. and! and in change of life. It frequently -
little Island tho words "up"
tbe hens It Is not at all probable thai 0-M: Fifteenth Ml., N. Washington.. I>. a dear baby to homes
ollections, Typewriting, SteoogrRphy.ITITU8VILLIC hen until daylight hung. C. Comrade desiring to secure room "down" hate a peculiar slgIl180 IICO. that have hl'lnulrr..n fjr years.. All
bo mated with any The door rests on a dent the upper druggists have $1.00 bottles of Wine 1
Fi.A.WADE the and meals can do so by writing to Com In going to London from any part
the next morning. May 20. yet side of which, just fits the side of the rad Footer stating price they are willing England you go "up." In traveling In of Curtlui.Vil'4.
J of tbe hens May
eggs laid by two door Mr. Moore fans used these doors
to pay and what kind accommodation any direction fl'olltho capital yon go
n. JONES, not more thnn forty hours after matIng double on some of his coops one Inside. they desire "down." So In London Its. everything ECfCARDUI

yielded vigorous cblcke.DlalneAgricultural the other out. thus giving greater protection S. llKltllEJtT LANCICY, /:08II'" if It goes l In toe three

REAL ESTATE Experiment Station.A to the Inmates, especially In the K. A. ]{ICIIARI>M. Dvpait. Cum.Asitt. .
AND INSURANCE, tlon of the bunk-Hint Is. the It.iuU ot
fall and winter mouth. In freezing A
Loans and Collections. Critic. Anewercd.A wenther the outside door might stickto
Mlnalnq. ; School For Tlirii lie.. toward any of the point of this com
correspondent asks Farm-Poultry: the cleat but this trouble can be Women as Well as Men
FI.ORJDA.'GEO. thousands of A "rlter lu Forest and (Stream; tell PUSH> go
"Why are there BO muny avoided by driving two shingle: nails or
/ TIt word bank, which Is not onlyalways
us of the methods fill thniMli adopts Ittcaclilng \
If such good Are Made Miserable by
poultry farms to rent a screws on each side of the cleat for the Hpellcdltli a capital "11." !but
A. WORLEY his little ones to Blng.
business? Is It poor wnnngemcnU"In door to rent on. To insure the easy l
Is always uttered! with an ImprcHNltc
lie of wood
"Find. 11 faintly Trouble.
the first place, "nil's not gold thatglitters. working of the dour It wool be wellto snys. Kidney
1 ATTORNEY thrushes. mill carefully note what take ness that suggests un Initial letter of
-AT-LAW. advertised to
General Not all places put a washer between It nnd the side pliu-f. The old thrush will sing the largest/ type, may l I...' wild' to l>o In
( practice In State and Federal poultry ,
sell or rent us poultry farms are of the which will prevent binding
:1 Courts. All business entrusted will coop the 8\\eet song In loud .(clear Ilutelikonotes a gouge Interchangeable\ \ with city, n Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, discourages -
i farms. The greater number of during a rainstorm.-B.. F. Barry In and lessens ambition
. receive prompt attention. oneo and thou: stop to listen"' term of ">HIIH| dignity amid vnlue In theeyes !: ; beauty,vigor
them are farms with one or more poultry American Agriculturist and. cheerfulness soon
of KtisHxtimeil. and likewise Invariably ?-
General Counsel while the lilrdi to Imitate I
for the Tuttle young try
them the equipment '' a disappear when the kidneys
houses on ndorned with n capital "C." o fcj j
Miami.MiAMf the song. S.'lIIl'111' utter ono note
in the estimation t are out of order
FLORIDA. generally of belng.lnHlgniflcant who knows what Is required The Other SI<1.. some l\vo.' Homo "will TiHer; il c6a rs The City does not inciin London by \ or diseased. ,

one farm deservingthe husband (mildly)-You should remember note others u sharp note. After awhile any means. It menus u certain llm -i,1, 14 Kidney trouble bas .

\ TAMES ANDREWS, for a poultry my dear that tbe most patient they seem to forget their lesson and Ited section! of London the part where .. '\\\f\ become) 30 prevalent,

name. person that ever lived! was a drop out oiv; by one When till arc silent business Is mainly curried I on and that It I la not uncommonnays. \ 'j

|- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Most of the farms of this class are the old thrush turns up again, where the grout Untiiiclal InstUutlo.ns. I\j.\\ \ for a child tq bo Darn
also fruit or vegetable farms In the man.Wife ('impatiently Ob don't talk to l '"'artlletod with weak kl '
.Alain office and postolHce address, TITUS- ( )- and the young thrushes", repeat thelefforts stand. \ :.
same way that they are poultry farms. me about the patience of that man _1'W t = Ifthachlldurln-'
VILLE. Branch ofllce nnd It on fur hours
at FORT Pi su gues
' BUCK. Still there are a good many poultry Jobl! Just think of tbe patience poor -- 'r.alel"Too often, If the

.Proseclltln Attorney for Urevard Co. farms for rent, though It would take Mrs. Job must hove hnd to enable her The young birds do not acquire the ..on.... ; urine scalds the flesh or If. when the child

Notary Public State at Large. one a long time to locate a hundred of to put up with such a maD full Bong the first yenr, HO the lesson "Is be honest?" -" r.zt:: reaches an age when It should be able to''

them, to say nothing of one or more ore repeated the following spring. I "Honest! Why nny' I don't believe control: the passage It Is yet afflicted with.
take visitors Into the woods to bed-wetting depend It. the
STEPHEN E, FOSTER, thousands. The commonest reasons Trnelnii the We.i>on.lfolll rSoppch many that nmn would cheat nn Indian out of the upon cause of
enjoy the first Ihnmhes' singing! "school difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first
1 for these farms being Idle or on then1Orll.t lde-No woman ever made a his reservation if ho hud the chance step ahould be towards the
and. nil are convinced Hint the snug, ot treatment of,
A TTORNEY-A T-LA W ore! that those who established fool of m*. -Culcugo Post these
important This
the wood l thrush Is n mutter of education :I'I aI1! organs unpleasant
Sims them lacked experience capital or Mlns CntiHtlruie-Who did. thenT "" trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the
Building .
piirpntul *
both experience and capital. You cannot Philadelphia Ut-i-onl. UN Life Saved hy Cliaiiiltorlnln'i kidneys and bladder and not to a habit aa

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. always BOY that it Is poor manage Ieafns's.' Ciiimot he Cared Colic) Cholera and DiarrhoeaKcmody. moat people supposs. '-'*"I S UUIIIIM .v*...

ment. I have known of cartes where Women as well ti men! are made mls-
A man may tx too poor to hire a law by local applications ao they oiinno .
W. ALLEN men though Dually forced under, have reach "13. T, well known of erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
GEORGE yerltnd at the same time can afford to the diseased portion of the ear Dyer, a cooper and both need

come pretty near accomplishing wonders keep his owu counsel.-Philadelphia There Is only one way to cure Deafness, this town,says he believes Chamberlain'sColic The mild and the the same Immediate great remedy.of

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, by good management under heavy Uufurd. nnd that lit. 11Y l coWltullimal lemedles Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy effect
KEY WEST, FLOHIBA. handicaps. _4, ::! ;..:t-'n :.;: Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condl saved his life last summer, He had been Swamp.Root Is soon realized It,s'Is sold

Lion ot the of the Kustachlan : nick for a month with what the doctors by druggists; In fifty-
mucous lining
As to poultry keeping being a good Cancer Cured Illootl llulni. -
Will practice In the United States by cent and one dollar '
Tube. When this tube gets inflamed call bilious cly sent cry, and could get i ;
business-"such! a good business"FarmPoultry
and State Courts. Ojun93 All Skin antI Illand UI.|...HM.. Cured. you have a rumbling sound 01' nothing to dq him Any good until he sizes. You may have a[ tali

does not try to teach Mrs. M. L. Adams, Fredonla, Ala., Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely); I tried this remedy. It gave him Immediate sample bottle by mall
either that It Is so good that no one free, also: pamphlet tellnom. .
relief n. T. Little merchant of .w.wpa.ol.Ing .
XT 8. BURNIIAM M. D. i took Botanic Blood Balm which effectually closed Deafness Is the r\tHultl and unless says ,
can help making a success of it or cured an eating cancer of the none the Inflammation can be taken out anti Hancock, Md.\ For sale by all druggists all about It, Including -many of the

that It presents better opportunltlenthan and face. Tho sores healed u p perfectly. this tube restored to its normal condition, and medicine dealers. thousands of testimonial letter received

SURGEON and SPECIALIST, other lines. We simply say that Many doctors had given up her case a* hearing will be destroyed forever; nine from sufferers cured., In writing Dr. Kilmer

Ear, Nose and Throat. It furnishes opportunities for many to hopeless. Hundreds of cases of cancer, cases out of ten are caused' by catarrh, rnr-: Filter tubes are now for sate. at &mention Co., Binghamton this N. Y., bo sure and

make a part of a living and make It Sal lug sore, suppurating swellings; etc., which Is nothing but an Inlluined Condi this office, price Slots; postage extra, paper.

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.. easily" for many to make a living and have been cured by Blood! Balm Among; tlon of the mucous surfaces.

for some to make more than n living. others, Mrs! H. M. Guerney, Warrior I We will give One Hundred Dollars for Plan Sunflower" need
Stand, Ala. Her nose and lip were raw any case of Deafness (caused) by catarrh) A few sunflowers around the ben- A w t
[ Those who the farmers do. make
DR.nOUGEITO'i'S as as beef, with dffunslve diiichargo from Unit cannot bo cured by H.tll's, Cataurl yard arc not a bad thing. If planted on
poultry keeping a side Issue can often the Doctors advised Cure Mend for circulars free.
eating sore. cutting ,
the south will furnish
FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS make what they make on fowls with but it failed. Bloat Balm healed F. .1. CHENEY A Co., Toledo, O. they
very little labor and no outlay. Those tbe sores, and Mrs. Ouerney Is as well as ;jy.Sold: ; by all Druggist, 75c f .r idyls and chickens! when they want

on the "Deutos," who make poultry keeping a specialty ever. Botanic Blood Balm also cures Hall's Family Pills iiro the bout.Or tit r n under them. The seeds ripen .

succeed eczema, I Itching humors, scabs. and scales .il>rit the time the hens have !begun to
If they succeed by Intelligent Pro..,.. Knolvn and >noliereber
Now AT PALM BKACH.Fotey's skill and patient and bone pains ulcers offensive pimples, nvilt, und n few of them, say one bead
perseverance "What I object to. said the
blood poison, carbuncle, scrofula, young fer twelve to twenty fowls, will do good crops
mont' of them find that the road to success -
u woman .rno wants a vote "Is taxation -
risings and bumps on the skin and all mole feather and
more to PI'! quick are grolvn.
Is. very much of It, uphill. The without
Cure blood troubles. Druggists $1 per per representation""If bright than other
Kidney glossy, plumage any
poultry business has opportunities forn large bottle. ample of Botanic Blood It's all the same to you" said the Sold everywhere.fyot .
makes grain we know of. A "'W of them hi
kidneys and bladder right.VirgilliaHomes great many but it Is not every man's Balm free and prepaid by writing Blood young man who is too bashful to propose the winter are excellent for the fowl Annual FREE.

opportunity. Balm Co., Atlanta Ga. Describe trouble directly "1 should be only too
also the exercise of picking tbe seeds D. M. rmmmY oo.Detroit .
und medical)
special Kent In happy to represent your seutlmcuts at
out helping to keep them vigorous and
settled letter It Is certainly worth while the polls' at ehet1C111Wllllbll1A"tou Mloh.
CltOUP investigating such a remarkable remedy' :Star.: the needs promoting, : Inylng. From their

as Blood Balm cures tbe most awful. oily nature they should not be given

Usually begins with the symptoms of a worst and most deep,, seated blood too freely but about In the proportion _-
common cold; there Is chtlllnusH, sneezing Schoolroom G..m..
sore throat hot i-kln, quick pulse, diseases The following' ( dellnltlons aro fresh named! above n small bend to a dozen Tho Largest and Most Com.nlate .

You learn all about Virginia Lands hoarseness and Impeded respiration.Give .......,. That Wr Shake. from the Hvl.oolrooiu and lire given undiluted fowls and n large one for twenty fowls. Establishment South.
Its small doses of liallard's TUey are fund of them and If
resources, products, mode of cultivation frequent Over on the eastern shore of Maryland : very
prices, etc., by reading tbe Horehound :Syrup, (the child will cry for ; they are given too freely It may cause '
there was a man who was aull'er.Ing "Apliirblllty l In the suite of being an 6EO S. HACKER &
Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. It) and ut the first sign of croupy cough, a looseness of the bowels and weaken : SON,
for ii months subscription to the apply frequently Ballard's Snow Liniment from a severe case of "shakes. a. UplHTlllle" the fowl. ,

Farmer Co., Emporla, Va. externally to the throat. uOcts at they call fever and ague In that coun "AflYrlilllry Is th.> state of being In

B, Ii. Wilson it: Son. try. One morning the local physician rune DII line sal,jeel unly." n.k. and Ov...

called oil the patient und asked him "JiiMt'rl> 'rntloii U lieu It U: made Ducks or geese should never be allowed k

BANNER SALVEthe how be felt."NlattOt. ugulii lutu u v >rl"." on lawns. The goose will pull
O.In.s Fowl.
a Lit b-b-etter," was The IV OI-UMI Is a trend oprra." grass out by the roots. Itelng voracious 1 1r
most healing .aiv.In the world. Guinea fowls are easily, reared great .
the shaking man's reply "The Itrltlxii! uiiiHeuiii U the principal feeder and not very dainty, all
tbe flesh Is that
foragers as good as
"Your case is a very peculiar one buIUJliM; In I'nrlfl." aquatic birds should be kept In orchards

of wild turkey says American Stock and bard to take bold of," remarked "\" 1'1:1111..* n V,>Ktnl Virgin." as they* destroy young weeds
YEARS'EXPERIENCE Keeper. They will find their own food
BO the doctor sympathetically. "Julius CM'Hiir wus the mother of the and consutiM muny Insects. The goose
nine months out of the twelve In most
"Yea tb-that's so." remarked the Crutch ,"-Workl's Wort. Is very partial to purslnne and will
localities of this
country are a preventive
patient, trying to smile. The o-case
of utilize It to good advantage. Duck
against the depredation look sh-sb- to and.
a hawks are pleasant upon. you o-o-caa't get hold of It.-Wa.b. arl'flo'rood ; -
and can be kept at but little -
barring their ugliness to young chicks. ingtoa IosC The Clyde ships sailing from Jacksonville
it in a wonder they are not found in still continue to go; north fall of : expense If made to forage for food. MANUFACTURERS: OP

every farmyard.A Caution It Is evident that this popu. .
TRADC: MARKS CaKllenllf\rI.great favorite with the travel Stops the Cough Doors, Sash Blinds
AC. Remarkable Record.Chamberlain' This Is not a gentle; word-but when log pub.Ho for our home people have been and work off the Cold.

Anyone a.ndlna .ketrh and dmirrlptlnn matgnirkr.a'.rrnln you think bow liable you are not to purchase yearly patronizing tbe Clyde Line and Laxative Tablets }{
Drorno-Qulnlne ( &
:. ; : our oplnton fro* whether: kit Cough Remedy has a remarkable for 78c/ the only remedy universally seem thoroughly satisfied with the ships, cure a Mcnldiog( BuildIng Material
cold In
No Cure
luanunh I"nbahlrpecenteale.l rofnmunlctlrtB *- one day. No Pay.
,((rlctly. ? onnHd0ntlitl. IljUMllHWllloit litfitaMint record. It has been In use for known and a remedy that has had tbe service, stateroom accommodations, etc. Price 2. cta. .

H. Irva. for ':r'\o'n'\ : ;::: over thirty ysars, during which time largest sale of any medicine In the world The Clyde. are progressive people andre Cmoek" Wareroom. King opposite
r nt> uk tbruuuh Mann
n Cannon
.,..rMl..e1u, without ch"r.., la the many million bottles have been sold and since 1868 for the cure and treatment of > constantly studying the convenience Mt..eet.'Charleston .

used. It has long been tbe standard and Consumption and Throat and Lung trou- and comfort of their patrons. It Is cer- S. C.

Scientific, Jlm rlcan.A main reliance In the treatment of croup bles without losing its great popularityall alnly a pleasure to sail from Jackson t31//- ,

In"nltllOm.lIIulltntOHt, w*.."1". '..nMiieulntlun '!}.- In thousands of home, yet during all these years, you will be thankful we vllle\ on one of their grand steamers sodour
of T .rfareonthe/l. bold'- .. your people selecting tbplr route ftl. .'....ta'. <. OB ...ry box of lh. .-_ ..
'IN w tbe manufacturers In which It failed There are so many cough; rem.. for annual trips north coal.l not travelIn
MUNN & CO 361ere.dw.y York to effect a cure. When given .. soon as dies made by druggists and others that greater comfort than by the Clyde Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablet.a

Bnuick -. fsl F K,".."IDIrt.....D.Co the child becomes hoarse or even as soonas are cheap and good for light colds perhaps Line. The rates are always, considering ,b. .rm 4. ".. ___ w e14 I. day Hardware.

the croupy cough appears, It will prevent but for severe Cough., Bronchitis the fact that they Include meals and -- --- -- -- Window

OLD LEAD FOR SALE. In any quantity the atUck. It Is pleasant to take, f.roup-and especially for Consumption stateroom berths, much cheaper than by TKCSTWORTHV OZNTLK- and Fancy Clasf

at; the ADVOCATE office. many children like It. It contains no where there Is difficult expectoration awl raiL A letter addressed to f. M. Ironmonger WANTED-A ly In Mb emtntv to manat A SPECIALTY.
... .
biulixnw for M old bn.hed buu.. of
opium or other harmful substance and coughing daring the night and roornng Jr.Ass'tOen'IPassengerAgeutJacksonville wild.. IInan"laJ.,andlnl(. A straight bona ado
may be given es confidently to a baby as *, there Is nothing like German Syrup Fla, will bring you fall ....." cash salary of .ltJM paid'hjr check MchWwlanwUjr

Foley's Honey and Tar to an adult for sale by all druggist Sold by all druggists! civilized world. particulars. Chs.,11. Walton I Is tbe 7insvllle > Monry..Ivsno with all ......0.4..tforexpense..* direct from.. JHan-- Foley's Honey and Tar

cures colds prevents pneumonia. aDd medicine dealers. O. O. OKECX: Woodburg, N. J. agent. aerHI/ ) C.*toll Bldif Chicago. 3Jao3 for chll atsaffsure. No opiates.EAST .


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f H'' ."I'I', ,'.',", Just now there-la considerable- RIVER STATE
., T OP TEE IKDIAJC BfTBB! LAu Speculation as to the chances of
) WOTHAED.r.oAyxaEAVmQTroxs. Tom Johnson, Mayor of Cleveland, J
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1 I 0., of being the next nominee of HealthFOR COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
;Ik PUBLISHED XVBHY FRIDAY. the democratic for President. Authorized
) tJi party A QUARTER I y $1 I oo,m*
t lIe wag put squarely In the race for Paid up capital. -
I OJLABLBS H. WALTON Editor A FnblUber.IMiconUnnnnea the nomination by his friends at f'f eopls who ban. torpid liven bd Ute a miserable ,, .-f'r' Average deposits, $25OOt
f..f, drwtie drug
/ existence and\ Uk purgeg sad ,
the Democratic State Convention
\ : of advu. must be made when:Jl need.U
peroaJly which gripe and rack the bomb, they ------
o p.t I' st this office or by writing. of Ohio, recently held, and they a gents reminder to UM Uvr to do It* duty. Transacts a General
.,. acted with his consent and approval. BauhjllI !
Cbea,.10.,may be mad payable to CHAJULBI 'D 11 TOM'S LIVER PILLS

: I B. W+LToa,publisher. Mayor Johnson has succeeded In DTONIG PELLETS a A G Business,
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drawing to his support that class
Addrtit all communications to of to I are mild in their action. The plJlllltilDuIate the liver to its Largest and Oldest Bank on tbe
"bo.are always ready Rile
I ,'i '' EAST COAST ADVOCATE. i proper work and the pellets invigoratt tte system as s Y
r I TiTC viti.B, FLOKICA. become converl4 to new Ism I. Of whole; la short' they both assist Nature, which II aU a Exchange bought; and sold oo .)v' i>' ",_
course be has the will of that -f doses for m Countries.
i 11 :+ __ good many medicine should do. Remember
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j. of the most prominent ,democratsof days emu ZOe. You can have i a free sampl iJ'JOII y -
'i 17. S. Department of Agriculture : Pstronaaeappreciated. Prompt en ,
: ,. his state.: Nevertheless, it is want it. ,*,. f treatment,lOud every favor comtUuirvative ,"< .j,:Aia I
I: Weather IInre Jupiter, Fla. probable that the bulk of those who BROWN MFO. co. V banking grantei'"'

1 are now putting him forward as a New York .. ppa.Seaboard National CORRESPONDENTS Bank of >iv' ",
? r.
I ; Tbelollowinglea comparative slate-\ presidential candidate are populists and Oreenevllle; National Dank of Jacksonville via. It'
of and rainfall for the
,: I sr } '; Bent week ending temperature Tuesday Sept. 23, 19Q2. or sympathized with populism Tenn.Sold '.rITX1SVILLE9 FLA.

p -190.21001- when the populist party was stronger -- .-
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DATE MAX. MIX. MAX. MIX. in Ohio than it is now.

18 17 85 87 72 76 88fc 78 73 His program is to be nominatedfor THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPACT
of his state next
1' governor year.
19 83 74. 81* 73
i i() 80 72 87* 75 lie will make a supreme effort tote
21 fill 72 85H2 73 elected, and if be is successful-: by H. TU WILSON BON: TITVSVILI.E.ROLLINS Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
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73i ,
22 87 74 : : there ia no doubt that he will havea ,
i 2.1: 00 73 86 73 i1r'
very considerable following(In the COLLEGE. POWERFUL MECHANISM.The .
; Total rainfall for the week: 3.34 '

I week Departure: plus from 1.03 normal Inches.rainfall Departure for the Democratic drift National of democratic Convention.The sentiment A Prominent Georgia Woman to be Connected Fivklnir Crappllnir t'i Ocean Machine, Cables.Used In Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick.....,

j from normal rainfall since January I, however, is not in the direction With Kollln Coller
.1 minus 12.66 Inches. of the principles which Mr. Miss Julia B. Reed a prominent Georgia A truly wonderful piece of mechanism Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone( No i
1 n.u. P. HARDIX, Observer. is to be engaged In educational Is the "picking up" machine used
Johnson woman
depends upon for success. J. 5IUNXERLTK, General Manager./
In all
grappling and cable hoisting
; work in Florida during tbe coming operations. -
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strongly approves the Kansas year as the instructor In the Rollins College It Is a powerful variety: of
i? Ir you are in search of a home City platform and the'Ohio Demo School of Elocution. the steam winch family but also>> a

you had better investigate tbe East cratic Convention indorsed it, but Miss Reed who was born in the red most aristocratic and elaborate member

i ; Coast. democrats of the Middle West do bill section of Georgia and reared on its I fitted with gear changing clutches MeMurray & Baker

it not, as a rule approve that plat coast, was said a few years ago, to equalas patent brakes and other Ingenious ap- ,
OCR people must not forget that a platform elocutionist any one then
form. Democratic state conven- pliances. To give some Idea of its capabilities -
the platform. She has been In
1 j we are going to have a State Fair tions In Illinois. Indiana Iowa and charge upon of the Schools of Elocution and In dry figures It can at slow 401.4,13 East:: Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.

at Lake City in November. Let Michigan have repudiated it. Acting at the Conservatory of Nashville speed: lift twenty-five tons at the rate
f Urevard county make a creditable recently. of one mile an hour or at fast speed -Makers\ and Jobbers of-
Mr. Johnson will doubt have
exhibit at the Fair. no Miss Reed has written a play "C e ear'l ten tons at the rate of., four miles an
i in addition to his own following Son" from which she gives dramatic hour. Moreover, It can be quickly al
the support that Mr. Bryan would recitals. terM nil adapted to changing circumstances Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
THIS the and others ,
r hunters :
lu' I
? have if the latter were a candidate The press of Georgia are profane In speed or lifting weight. ,

i .. f The open season for deer begins on but Mr. Bryan is not the popular her praise. Splendid recommendations All being made ready, the big grapnel Saddlery, Rubber Tires '
from such men as Thomas 11.
October-ist and ends let prominent
.11 favorite that be attached to 700 or 800 fathoms of
before his last
editor of "Db Ie, ex-Judge
{ \I\I 4 :No is allowed to kill more First-Class Repairing and Painting &c. &c.
t I : person campaign. As.the democratic- William F. Jenkins, of Georgia, lion. chain and rope. .Is passed over the bow

l I h i: :;. than five deer in a season. The ation now presents itself it does not Hudson A. Jenkins, Speaker of the sheave. or pulley and as soon ns It -
\ t t open season for duck begins on October Georgia House of Representatives Congressman reaches bottom the ship Is sent slowly
that Mr. Johnson has much
let, and ends April 1st. The appear Thomas G. Lawson, of the ahead.. Back and forward cross the
chance for the nomination. The East Coast Lumber & Co.
it f open season for wilk turkey andY eighth district, and others give ample. path of the cable, as pointed out by Supply
with be
4.. promptness ,which democrats assurance tbat there will great the friendly ,
November 1st and marking we steam.
.tl quail begins on in their state conventions are turn. In the School of Elocution under .er
Several times tile grapnel catches!
q ends March\ ht.I ing down the Kansas City platform direction.A new. Florida teacher at Rollins Is something! only to lose Its hold again GENERAL OFFICE: EAU OALLIE, FLA.

1 Kx-Gov. Bob of Tennes. justifies the opinion that no man Professor E. R. Dickenson, who comes probably an Inequality" upon the bottom Yards at Titusvllie Eau Gallle and Fort Pierce.
I, hl, Taylor, can be nominated who insists upon from a well-known family of Tampa. although a bosun's mate mumbles
k + 4 see, says that the first time he made that platform being reaffirmed. Professor Dickenson. who Is a brilliant "mermnlda grottoes" but at last comesa Complete stock of Lumber and Building :Material of all kinds; Sash and Doon

a. political speech he opened with young man, received his education In steady strain. Every soul on board
Blinds and Builders' Hardware. Address all orders the General Office
Y to
+ these words : "Fellow-citizens our Florida, and will be principal of the hangs over the bow, watching the
MR. HENRY M; FLAGLER. Business School in the College. Mem-
glorious country stretches from the grimy grapnel: rope come steadily up
bers of his family are well known In
pineclad hills of Maine to the roll circles the State. and over the well oiled pulley. At
and mercantile
ing waters of the Rio Grande", Mr. II. M. Flagler, who, as everybody legal length the grapnel itself appears bolding Hodges & O'Hara
knows la connected with the Standard:! FOR CUTS,BURNS AND OPEN SORESuse tight on to the truant-Llppin- ,
Just then from the
some yelled
one Oil Company and also owner of the Hancock's Liquid Sulphur, at B. R.
rott's Magazine. ...Manufacturers: and Dealers In...
crowd, "Let her stretch dern her Florida East Coast Railway Company, Is Wilson fe Son's drug store;
Hooray for the dimmyratic !" a native of central Xew York. At an
early age 'accepted a position with --- .
the Erie Canal Company and afterwardstried Dressed
s: DE careful to return to the postofllce working In a tore In Orleans The Pioneer Cooperage. Orange Box Meads', Fruit and Vegetable Crates. Mouldings, Shingles! err.
mail matter which county, X. Y. While at the latter placehe Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. Write us for prices delivered
; $ s you may saved money enough to start him In to any part of the State. Address: Hodges& O'llara, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
receive through mistake. A new LAGRANGE, FLORIDA.I .
the manufacture of salt at Saginaw,
r postal rule that recently went into Mich. Ills father-in-law: who was a manufacture all kinds and sizes of TANKS, cheaply and expedltlously.Wben -- -

i x$4, effect is that persons who, through well-known lumberman In Michigan/ In need of a tank write the for estimate, as I can fill yourorder to perfection. The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House lu tbe States

',, I// i carelessness or from any other reason established. Mr. Flagler and Mr. John D. TOM JOHNSON, LaGrange Fla.Taber's .
f' Rockefeller la the oil business
take mail from the office that Stan YAi1341,
created the firm ----------- -
now known as the : --- --- --- --
{ a belongs to another and who fail to ard Oil Company. Hut in early life I It Wm. .. ... amours: &:; Co.

return the same, are liable to a fine had been Mr. Flagler's/ dream to be a TreesHave

f a? of :$500, or one year's imprison ambition hotel man broadened., and as he made lie looked money about this. 'et GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS,

ment. bin and decided that Florida should be an enviable reputation for being well grown, thrifty and true to name-
+ the scene of hU. future labors. He re- yen important considerations to the planter. Among our thousands of satisfied Flour
Grits Meal and
+ As a result of a stampede in a cognized the advantages of the climate, customers Is the United Mates Government, for whom we are growing: special ,

negro church at Birmingham, Ala., and also the fact that it could not fall to hybrids, on contract, both in nursery and oicbard. Our twenty years extensive I arl1rRI. 112 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Shade RoselI
after an address by Booker T. attract winter visitors, for hla own Orchard and Nursery experience is at your service. Fruit tree, trees,

110 killed health had much Improved while visiting and Ornamental Freight Prepaid. Catalogue free. Agts. for Purina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.
Washington, people were the MARY NURSERIES G. L. TABER ,
state. Hit tint venture in the hotel GLEN SAINT PROPRIETOR
i ? and 80 wounded. The stampede business comprised The Ponce de Leon Glen Saint Mary, Florida.
r y was caused by a light between two and The Alcazar at :St. Augustine, Fla.,

delegates, and the mad rush for the and soon after, he purchased The Cordova P. :Huhlz.aazi & Co.
& .i ii'l doors and windows crushed and In the same city. Pushing south
ward he secured The Ormond at Or-
i i; suffocated more people than are mond and built hotels at Palm Beach Buffalo Gasoline

j killed in the Philippine war in and at Miami. Not satisfied with these FLORIDA
three months. achievements' he crossed the water to
Nassau, where he added The Victoriaand Light Powerful, Reliable.
Tbe Colonial to his list of hotels. PI:: E..A.JE: ::>'PLESA :
; IT has been actully demonstrated Ilii latest venture however, is the new HIGHEST AWARDS

iw +' by every community tbat made the and elegant botel at Atlantic Beach,
near Jacksonville. lie lives In his won. Pan-American Exposition
experiment of building good roads, SPECIALTY.;
derful winter palace of Whitehall, at .
b 4 that property values increased not Palm Beach. It Is said that he has madean Charleston Exposlttod,

less than four hundred per cent inside Investment of not less than $-'..).001.. LL New York Agents for Florida Fancy Pineapple Association.
000 In Florida. He is of considerable
a man
of a year or two. Every section 2 Toronto Exposition.GEO. .
1 of country that has tried It has personal magnetism, yet unobtrusive 261 Washington St )l NEW YORK.
and his voice Is low, musical and R. WALLACE }
I had its waste places built up, the distinct. The world admires him who 03 Murray Street. J N. Y.

1 t spare lands sold like hot cakes at single-handed, carves on the rock of West Palm Beach Florida. :: -
fame the word "success."Boston
t } i fabulous prices, and prosperous Journal. Home ESTABLISHED .
farms established where hardly _

t + i anything was grown before. Literary :Notice.

.s Literature, Art and Music the new e t s Lane & Son
A THE Treasury Department received magazine, has the finest writers and the ,

1tI ,ar-.x In its mall the other day the best stories. Every month It gives eithera CI
sheet of new music, worth fifty cents,
I stomach of a dog which had been 250 WASHINGTON
or Art Study In color worth seventy-live I STREET, NEW YORK.
r{ foolish enough to eat a $20 note. cents, each separate from the magazine

The treasury experts found tbe It can be bought from the newsdealers rI (Southern
I i mutilated fragments and in their or Bend ten cents for sample copy to I & Fruit and Produce

p place sent the owner a fresh certificate Publisher Literature, Art and :Music, 125!
of the nation's indebtedness. East :23d: street New York City. The I / '
t subscription price Is one dollar a year Commission.:: : :IMIeJoha.c.: :
iy The incident.. should afford a warning : : :

I!', to all canines- troubled" with a GET ONE OF WALTON'S RAPID I 'a / I 1I

.' !1"\ : longing to transform treasury notes Calking Tools If you want to Calk I I FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.

,i of large denomination into fractional your Boat with lightning rapidity. It a
!' i saves time and money and pas for It- ,4' le Stencils, Cards and
currency. quotations furnished on application.
; self In a few weeks. In use by prom.
inent boat-builders In the U. S. Head ::::=:
r.r.d: JACKSONVILLE will have a Gala testimonial from boat-builders. Price I

'/: ( I -n Week again this year, and it will .4.011 office( ) and Tltusvllle$8.00 each, Fla., at the ADVOCATE s l i l / OLr-V-r: : : : I :a OrEE: : : S.,

l'j held fromNov.i 2lth to Nov. 29th. ,

I I The success of (he Gala Week last Two Fine Lots For Sale. Produce Commission
f : year has caused the citizens to take / I' I' ;' I' I Merchants.

I ;a renewed interest in the coming Two fine lO-acre( Iota lying on Indian / / I / / / I

: jftI,- event and every effort will be employed River, :-2 miles south of Fort Pierce, on s. Florida Pines Our
; I to make it a success. At a good shell road. Each lot has 300 feet / 1 I' Specialty.
frontage. High bluffcovered with
f Meeting held last week, committees palms and hardwood timber. Good for / Jt

'I' t were appointed, and arrangements oranges, grapefruit, tangerines and pine i t /
: f are being made to give the people apples. N o better location on the river .335 Washington Street,

.: who visit Florida's metropolis on at any price. 1000.00 for each lot. r NEW
rl, this occasion a grand time. Ankona Fla.
1 t ,, Reference: Our 33 year record. Chatham National! Bank New York.r' .

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est Palm Beach. Eden. Melbourne. Eau Gallie. GEORO MARX, JOHN ]MARS 1

P 1VI :R :B C>S

tidge and Mrs. Ileysor have been wel- Capt. Richards U not so well this week. Eight more fishing/: <.ata have been _.
& Real Estate and Ixmnn.
visitors here for a few days. added to Ean Gallle'a Deft! this week.
9 Mrs. W. F. Wolfe will entertain the X. Agent for' Aetna; London and Liverpool and

rs. Frank Tyler' of Fort Pierce was Y. Z. club this (WI'hla3)) evening. ulobe Insurance., Prorldence Special l Washington attention and paid Sun to Fire the :Mr. C. Alnesworth is having his cot WHOLESALE GROCERS

lout ef Mrs. F. B. Everett for a numof Ned Interests of noa-resldenta. tage treated to a couple cf coats of white
LeTournean will leave home next
days last week week to attend Stetson paint. ,
University.Mr. .
is to be In DR L. A. PEKK: -PlfVIIKIAN ANI Sl'UOKON. Fruit and Produce Jobbers.
drug store soon opened and Mrs. 11. R. Rlcou of Jensen Residence Melbourne. Kin Galllw. Tuesday School will open on Monday next, the
i new Jefferson building; under the and Friday afternoons.J :30th September with 21 las Newell In
were pleasant callers in Eden .
i nameof Danslng & Russell. ,on Sunday.Our charge.

school] opens on Monday Oct. the for the Corner Bay and Julia SU., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Irs. Geo. rotter and little Margery $ Subscriptions ADVOOATK The E. C. Line have completed the
(for Jacksonville and Indian Springs Oth, with Miss Beulah Haworth as the the pink paper of the East Coast will be repairs on the bridge crossing( the Eau

{Saturday for a few week's recreation. teacher. received at the Melbourne PostofOce. Game river. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED.

Capts. Russell and took
f he ladies of the W. C. T. U. have Thompson a The Rev. Templeton, of Melbourne,
bunted a communloatlon to the Board number]last :Sunday: their friends over to the beach L. C. }Moore of Homeland] was in town held service in the Baptist church, on PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY. '

race, asking them to prepare an or- on Monday. Sunday last.
? Seed Potatoes, Sued Peanuts and Cow Peas In \ e.on. '
for the adoption of the Curfew Rev. F. W. Weathcrwax will bold ; -
,nee ser Ernest Taylor of Eau Gallle '1S10 -
G. Paddison' largo lighter la Inconstant
vices In the Congregational church next 1.\Ve solicit consignments of Fruits and] Vegetables.
Tuesday I
demand either for hauling
Sunday morning and evening, as usual. _. i
jno combines busS3
ortwo important
or shell. - -- -
Stephan D. Geiger ]left here on Sunday --- --- ---------------
firms are about to be consumed The ice factory Is a great benefit to the for south.
points :Mr. P. C. Plngrey will add several anttt -- -
e heaviest one, the OruberHatchettrdware neighborhood in general. We can get / RockledgeCocoa.Mr. .
company have not perfected ice any day now; delivered by the gro- Goo.Olngras", ot Rockledge was in rooms to his house on Houston street. I
Alex] Near will have
: tIle work.
:Melbourne last
klr plans aa yet. cerymcn. Saturday.: A HEALTH POLICY
Ten cords wood .the last load C. 1[. Hibbs has set Mr. McCor.mack' -
Nathan has made light was ,
The J. B. McGInley Company Is an- Misses Una and Jessie Miller who Downey some repairs ;
the Banana I mower to work, cutting the weeds
deposited on steamer wharf
not have been week with their on Hotel] Carleton lately.]
or corporation quite so heavily spending a natural
the 'last on the Hotel Indian River grounds. The system! K from
by lighter on Monday
eked but no leas deserving as only aunt, Mrs Goo, Saunders, at Fort Pierce Capt. Alex] J. Goode took a trip as causes, debilitated\ or run-down
id words can be said of Its president returned ]home on Wednesday. far south as Palm] Beach,, tho past week. Tile yawl Maud Miller, of Jensen loft Mr. A. J. Canova and Ron came up both in the spring nnd fall. TheM t a

;1J. McGInley. lie Is an up-to-date man It may not be safe to make the following for home on Tuesday II\Ht. after being. on from Palm] Beach, In race boat ]last Monday ( .' UHOII>l' changes are always a tax
I alive to all public interests. remark but the editor won't tell so Our public school will open'next Mon. the ways for couple of clays for a stay of a day or two, with 011 the huniiiu organism. The ;i
under the able of Miss
day management friends at Rookledgo and to attend to
arry Hebb who for a few months here goes: Mrs Frank Richards has the Captain Bennett Is putting: the houseboat blood becomes impure In the
Bellinger. buslnesH etc.William .
been employed In the office of Agent I ]loveliest baby on Indian River Rochester Into lint-class order for spring and vitality lugs in the fall.

wyer in the freight depot left, last Mrs. West has the heartfelt sympathy the coming winter's business. Hlndlo was down the first of A little i care a little assistance, < {i
iok, for St. Augustine to fill a position Mrs. Wey accompanied by !Miss Kate of her many Melbourne friends in her I the week examining the root of Hotel and nature will do the rest, ni It is
Whlpplo] returned from Palm Beach Mr.and Mrs. Harris and !Mr. and !Mrs health: r rFrequently
(the office( of assistant passenger agent recent bereavement.Mr. Indian River with a view to repairing always trying to maintain
last Friday. Mrs. Wey who baa been Hoke, of Jensen were entertained ot the weakest will
|D. Kahner. While we congratulate] several leak In the same. These leak organ
E> young man on his promotion his de- quite ill since her return is better again den, wife. M. McFadden and daughter Capt.Miss Roy Queenle McFad- Monday U. F.evening. / last, at the.residence of have done much damage and some paper show the most disorder and this l 1
Mrs. Paddlson.
ture Is sincerely regretted/ by the Mr. Cureton from Cuba, arrived on have returned home after a pleasant] has fallen from the ceiling of lining often lend to wrong treatment.

tug society people particularly. Monday. lIe ii la one of the partners In Visit to Tybee, Ga. Mr. G. G. Gleason and family will room because of them. For the debilitated conditionsof
I Curoton Bros', store at this place and make !'\Augustine/ their home for the spring or full or any other
Irs. Joseph Elliott and two of her will be an Edenite hereafter (until he Mrs Chas. Campbell and two children future Mr. Gleason holding a position Mr. Leonard Alken, who waR porter of time for that matlerl the right

lughters, Misses Beatrice and Bertha : changes his mind). are home, after a pleasant outing( at Mel.] with the East Coast Canal Company.The : tho New Kockloilge, Hotel] last winter thing to do U. III up the
1th their brother, Joe left the morn- returned from tha North Saturday last .
bourne Beach where they were the whole system. It Is not your stniu- ;
of the 17th for Chicago where they : :Mrs. Kooks who has boon staying with guests of Myrtle Cottn e. ice cream social\ at the Avllal lie had spent the summer At the Ocean ash, or liver or nerves alone that

1 locate for a year or more with two 'Mrs W. F. Richards since April left. rooms on Tuesday ]last: was a great: View lit Block Island] ItI.., employed Cause the trouble; you are weakened
er daughters, who are attending a very suddenly, on Wednesday for Chicago Mrs. W. B. ITalnlln and children are success amI'netted handsome sum for there and conies here to be ready for all over nnd immt have renewed -

pdical college. Mrs. Elliott and daugh- on account of Illness of her sister visiting friends In Melbourne. They the benefit of tho Baptist church on his duties at the opening] the season. strength and vitality. These
friends here On Miss Stlnette Nelson. have been visiting friends and relatives] .
s left many warm Highland avenue. Mr. O. S. IIardeo and (daughter Grace you cannot get BO
plr return they hope to locate here in Georgiana for sometime.Th I), quickly] surely or
Ernest Taylor] has opened a livery returned from their outing In New York
prnoanentlv, when Mr. Elliott will reIn USED F01PYEUl\IOXIA.Dr.: J. C. J people of the Congregational] business In Ban Gallle, and ha a supplyof ] and Wisconsin !States Mm. Hardoe and safely n* by using

from Mexico: and be at the head of Bishop of Agnew Mich., says, "I have church are not Idle. They have just had one two ,and three mated, carriagesand Maud remained In J.inesvllle, Wisconsin -

i household. used Foley's] I loney and Tar in thre every a fine broad cement walk made from the several] heavy wagons already pur- where the family. hail boon visiting :Mr r. BARTER'S

severe cases of pneumonia with good results sidewalk to the main entrance of the chased. The new firm have commenced and Mrs. O. W. H. Kelly for some for
URED HEMORRHAGES OF THE ] In every case." Refuse substitutes. church. work and are doing well. some weeks. They will\ return later In IRON TONIC
_JNGS:: "Several::! years since my]lungs Sold by \i. R. Wilson & :Son: the season.
ere so badly affected that I had many Miss Sudie Hoke left hero last week Mr. and :Mrs. Iloke and Mr. and Mrs, When Dr. Harter' Iron
Imorrhages,'* writes A. M. Ake of for Meridian Miss., where she wllllttendschoo Harris, Tibbals] Fla., were In Eau Gallle, Mrs. J. J. Dymock and ]Mrs\ Lillian Tonic you use to
are helping renew
good, Ind. "I took treatment with sev.l Fort Pierce. ]. Miss Sudie will be missed by on Monday: and Tuesday lust Messrs, Thompson and lion, Jack returned from the vigor you of fiber of

.l 1 physicians without any benefit. Ien her hosts of Melbourne] friends duringher Hoke and Harris had their yacht hauled England/ Sunday, /September 21st where Yon are every cleansing and yourbody. en-

started to take Foley's Honey andr absence. out on Hodgdon's! ways, while In Eau they have spent three or four dullglitfu; rionlng/ blood are
and my 1 lungs are now as sound as aflat. Lots of rain this week and mosquitoes Gallle and overhauled] the vessel. months visiting friends and seeing the strengthening: your( your stomach; you and

I recommend It in advanced accordingly.Mrs. Fortune Favors a Texan. .--- coronation. It U needles to say theyare luereuMlli10C the digestive fluids; you
of lung trouble.] Sold by B. U.fllson Foley's] Honey and Tar Is peculiarly glad to ,get: back home and Mr. J. J. and the
gas K B. Kaulerson paid Cocoa a "Having distressing pains In head, back and are building! up) renewing
Dymock Tom Gibbons to
&; Son.NCOCK'S. visit last week. and stomach, and being without appetite adapted for chronic throat trouble and have them home aguin. were glad activity of your kidneys and liver; i
will positively cure bronchitis, hoarsenessand and are fowling and revitalizing
1 began: to use Dr. Kings New Llfel'llU"writes you
Mrs. Cross and children returned from
__ LIQUID SULPHUR cures W V. Whltehond of Konnodale] all bronchia] dl euRe.... Refuse tmbstitutos. your nervous, system. You
,gall blood and skin diseases. For sale by Eau Gallle on Alonday. Tex., "and soon felt like a new man." :Sold: 1 by B. K. Wilson & Son, Avoid curious lllltIlOf] kidney] or bind cannot do Stile without getting: p

, B. R. Wilson &; Son, Titusvllle Fla. GOBS Tucker returned last week from Infallible In stomach and liver troubles. dor disorder by taking Foles's Kidney well' and you' cannot take] Ir. 1I11r. R,

a few weeks needed rest at White Spring. Only 23o; at Wilson &; Son's drug store. Cure. Hold by B. R. Wilson A Son ter''lroIlToDlo) without doing it.

Georgiana. _. _. ,
White City. Thare will be services in the Methodist ""

1t church next Sunday. All are cordially FLORIDA STATE FAIR.rralljtement.s CIIICAOO ILL., Nov. 211. 1901.

invited. Lotus. Mrs. Gregg/ Mrs Tbeda Hall nnd Tae ",.. ITnrlrr MnlMn (v,., Dnyttin. O.

Mis. Will Robinson were the entertainment daughters, ; Misses Ada and Kstelle, spent UIIMTL.wtlPfIunbp.ltl1t1nlflyrecnm: .. Tonic I- t,
Mi.and There will be an for the .\ mend l>r. Hnrt r' Iron aa
tests of Mr. and Mrs. Lamoot, last Sun- Episcopal church : Due notice .a pleasant day with Mra. Hughes and ; 'are being made for an firmly believe It I 110 the brut tonlo nn tbe
T. G. Ronald is having his grove Miss Burchllel on Tuesday automobile race, as I it I Is expected that market to-day. Uvrrjr sprlnff and fall
will be given. thoroughly, worked and fertilized this several of these machine will be ex. my system deem to he In need of atonlo

y.Carl Christensen and D. Ilansan have W. A. Farmer moved his fishing crew week. Miss Mary Newel] vlllltld Miss Myrtle hiblted. have,taken and for a bottle the of pant your three tonic year twicea I

ion working among the pines at Jensen up to Roseland to try the fishing there Mrs. S. A. Osteen made several visitsto Buichtlel on Monday, returning homeon The Fair will be "some pumpkins"anyway TAar. Hoi Joni J. FITKI.ONO
ring the past two weeks. for few Tuesday JtrpretmtnHvt la tar UUnoit legtilatuM
a weeks! Cocoa last week, having dental work for one specimen weighing 1391 Ongooil: HI., Cbloaio. a
Some of our gardeners have alreadytout 'l'befIBses! Miller of Eden, were pleas] done. Miss Hattie Rower is visit ting,: the Misses forty pounds has already been entered.
and and others Jorgenson at Grant this week Who will beat it? FOR SALE EVERYWHERE.: ,
peppers, ant visitors In town this week, the Mosquitoes have moved In with their -J r

o busy preparing land for the coiningop. guests of their aunt, :Mrs. Geo. Saunders, families to spend the latter part: of September J. B. Bower and I''. A. White spent Alaclina] county will have a fair all of I I-

Mrs. Mary Wilkinson accompanied by from Saturday until Monday with their Ita own, the week before the State Fair., I A Fine Place For Snle.

Pineapple planting Is going on quite her two sisters, Misses Kate and Pearl I Charles Cnrrlugton and J. N. Chalker home folks. and then semi I the pick of Its exhibit to''

risk here. Wonder what has struck Summerlin of Sebastian were pleasant o' Bonaventure were calling on friends About fifteen of our people attended Lake City. Other counties might well 2M) feet Indlau-River and
on running
iir people this to turn their atten- visitors to town this week. follow this example.The .
year In town Sunday] the baptising of tho colored people at bach 30i>ft. to county road ; a lot adjoining -

on to pines. The Rev. Mr. Sturglss of West Palm Mrs. Brinier and :Miss Uurchlleld of East: Kockledge] on Sunday.' The singingwas ] James A. Abrams Company 138ft? river float, running back

The dance on Saturday night was well Beach, held services in the Baptist Georgians were pleannnt callers at !Mrs ,grand. Music\ house of Gainesville offer n 140ft ; on a bin!, 20ft, above the river ,

,.tended and a good time reported by all. church last Sunday morning and evenIng D. A Kamsey's one day recently. J. Rogero I la building chimney for special prize of *;23! 00 to the best player which I Is salt, ] water and three miles

ir. and Mrs. L. Try son and Mr. Mitchell to large congregations. Veiey Hall this week. Till I Is a good of Ragtime piano ninslo. Contest to wide( at this (1l1ce.]
f Jensen; Miss OreKgs of WaWa; andr. Miss Helen Canatla was a pleasant fur winter. take place at the piano exhibit of the Mouse of six rooms, line been kept
and Mrs. W. U !Koblnxon of Ankona Goo. Saunders Jr., Is now the proud visitor here several days last week nnd thing Pair and will be conlined to citizens of painted and In good repair; :'JSft.! from

ere among those present. owner of a launch. He has been runningone was the guest of Mrs.' Walker while Miss Burchflel] left Wednesday, fora Floilda. I liver bank, onmmundlrig a hel\uUrulvle'IY'
for other parties for the past year here. visit of two weeks with ]Miss Mary of Indian Itlver stairs lead down to
W. D. of the firm of Griffin but wanted The colored ] of the ;
Griffin one that was all his own. people State are
JIlHs Newel
Holmes] at Sharpea. accompanied the river and a dock built out Into tho
ros Company spent last Saturday That's right, George keep climbing up. Mr. aid Mrs. Blsbea are settled againIn her for visit two organizing cnllinslaxtleally for a colored
a day
a or water to accommodate mall boat. A
the land and consider- their home here after a pleasant
ere, ]looking over I very department at the Fair. A pedal tent
ring the advisability of opening a branch Mrs. Brazwell the new milliner who summer spent In New York and Connect before /going; to Eau Gallle, to open her will ha provided, for their exhibit: and nev( r.fnlllog/: well with pump near kitchen

ursery here. lie was very favorably has just arrived will be opened up and ticut. school next: Monday the ]leading colored men and women of door and u nover-falling spring of

mpressed with the prospects and, we ready for visitors on Saturday Dot 4th. t Paget Hall, a former resident of this the State are taking considerable] pride In clear cool], pare water u short distance
E. i'. Mr. and Mrs.
Provost Bisbee .
in her the Bank. All the from houae. nome lot and poultry yardafenced
rooms over
nderstand, I II trying to arrange for land C. L. Wilkinson and Herman Tanner place] died at him home near Washington lining this with evidences of the Industry
ladles with house
are cordially Invited to call. poultry notllutr. One
with view of estab- Ga. last Frldar. lIe leaves wife Of their
o experiment: on, a a race;:
visitors to Cocoa :Saturday::! by steamer
for poultry and Belgian hares 12x22: feet,
small and about
shlng a large; business at this place.A. Canaveral.] and three children was
FEET SWOLLEN TO IMMEXSF :JW! years of age. Ills tint wife was Mills and .n smaller fancy poultry hnuae 4
G. LeftT, of Savannah Ga., withr. SIZE'-"I had kidney trouble so bad," Bean planting! I III being( pushed by some Katie Illscock, of this place and his A FEW APPLICATIONS of Hancock' 74 orange trees just coming Into bearIng -

Platt e( Fort. Pierce paid our burg says J. J. Cox, of Valley View Ky.. "that of the truckers; they don't mean to let second wife I III a Georgia lady. The Liquid Sulphur will cure any case of :2 grapefruit trees, :2 pencil trees, 3cuppernong ;
1 visit on Saturday afternoon. Mr. Leg; ) I could not work my feet were swollen the frost catch them this season and friends and relatives have. the sympathy Ground Itch, at II. U. Wilson & Son'. grape vln n--all Iwailnn \
'!his a drug salesman and has: been hero to Immense sizes size and I was confined why know but eight and nine dollar of all. several kumitiat'| and !guava bushes '
/everal times lie is looking for real to my bed and physicians were unable to a crate will be realized again, same as JUST THINK OF IT.finuford hade trees nod tropical 1 tree anti shrubs \
estate, and 1 Is quite favorably Impressed'with the hou '
near e.
give me any relief My doctor finally prescribed last] year. Let us only hope so.
the future proipict White City. Fole)' Kidney Cure which madea Foley's Kidney Cure makes the din- A good/: ] county rend. along near river ;
fI'hat Mr. Legg has traveled over the en- well man of me." Sold by B. R. Wilson caned kllneVlIlJol&nl( HO they will ellml- Fla., to Washington and re. bank, from TltiiNvillti tie county eat,
turn /
HER. Hanfnrd to New
lUre State or at least a large portion oft & mate the poisons from the blood. Hold eleven mile north to Ki-rkledice. a beautiful
, speaks well for this place but then ; Sou. "I had klodey trouble for year." writes by D. K. Wilson & Son; York and return, $281: t5.; Ticket to be wluier" roncirt nine mll.. south, with
who know M 1'''. Raymond Conner, of Shelton Wash., ,Mold 1 October: I 1,5, sod Oih. The Atlantic
are a few people a good C'no "and the doctors could not help me. I : Coast: Lln,! itTem (the above rate
thing when they see it. St. Lucie.We City: Point brtween. Kadrund! station 4
tried Fole and the Indianola.An connection with
) 5 Kidney Cure very Xvlonal: Encamp mile west. I'oHtfUlce and school near.
I first dose gave me relief and 1 am now ment nf the Grand Arrnvof the Keputllc -
Five of hum fruit laud
'I! A NEW JERSEY EDITOH'S TESTIMONIAL cured. I cannot say too much for Foley'sKidney at WoKhlnaftiin, Ociober station acres very near
:-M.\ T. Lynch Editor: of the are having heavy showers dally, Cure: Sold by B.U. Wilson& :Son.:: Ice cream party at George Wallace' over of on (niy. In each direction (from whIch n little wan given for

1'hlllipHburg N. J., Dally Post write : and mosquitoes are very lively. home Monday evening was enjoyed by tin Washington/ ticket. Look at the ,, serMon house) coii'iilnlnit of i r beautiful
"I have used many kinds of medicine A cow has been purchased for the ben the young people. HohedulelLfiive" young peach orflhld 100 ir es, mostly

for coughs and colds In my family but efit of the Saint Lucie clubhouse.We South Rockledge.Plenty Indianola friend extend congratulations ( Jacksonville oIO) 1m.., arrive fruit In bun good ring, hniH il tjJVj t fine eicrvrilnirly cop tUs year rich;

never anything so good as Foley's honey understand that four person are to Rev. and M[r*. Black on the arrival Washington 7:51: the following morning flavor, A idol ; \/l8'/ ncnr aratlon always
and] Tar. I cannot say too much In praiseof Arrive New-York UV; m. This train
of their little daughter. fi.rfc l month.
for the Saint Lucie school. rent. ur *160pcr
It." Sold by B. R. Wilson: Son. applicants of rain and a new crop of mowquitoes. carries aleeper and dining car.
Shark and tarpon fishing are fine nfw. Vesny Hall of Georgians I III here putting Another. train leave Jacksonville 7UO Expert: pronounce rtilw' soil r/irllcularly'
adapted to culture. Pike, by addressing -
Dnrte County Land For Sale. and bass are at the Inlet by thousands, A. D. Bildwin] and family are expected the engine Into Jnlm Lapham'. p. m.. arriving \Vn hln3ton: 11:10: p.m., grape "IIU10,"
I John home In a few days. launch. By-by-way Mr. Lapbara' gua.aJelly arrive New Yoik 7:15: p. m., carrying '
The friends of Mrs. Stor- llcu: closvtliFll..
many I Is In Indianola Merrltt.
factory ( ; not through ulceplng( em'*.
For man regret to hear of her failing, health. The extremely wet weather Is delaying] Remember
sale] northeast
cheap the quarterof I Vesey Hall I I. buildings launch for Dr. time these rate. will be
southeast quarter of section 3, town- Aa order from Eau' Gallle for nix fish the fall work In the groves. Baker to be finished by; the first of January obtainable for four day, awl that the A Cheap' Indian Hirer Homo.

ship 38, south of range 41 east; close to boats and a ]launch was handed to the Prof. E. E. Macy anti 'wife will be when the Doceor add his wife expect Horrlce of the Atlantic Count Line I la "
O. K. Wood's plantation onSt Boat and Launch unexcelled.For Thl, place c-oiiM Io'. of )13'h'
pineapple Indian River companya neighbors to u* for the school term. to be down and occupy their cottage eras-- .
Lucie River; 40 acres. few days ago. recently purchased from Mr. Lap- flJlllnfurmlltlon.lellel'vatlun"l etc, mile north of Fort I'lerce. Four acre 7.
Also the northeast quarter of north Miss Sallie Magruder returned home ham, see ) in tort, are cleared and fens..I. nnd them are
east quarter of section 13, township 38, A singular( phenomena was observed from her visit with Capt. }:. L. Ma.- commercial agent Jacknonvllle Fla. 21'MKJ: bearing! pineapple' .plant on the.
south of range 41 east; on south fork of on Monday opposite Indian liver Inlet. gruder, on Friday ]last.C. There will be preaching next Hunday place. 'thereare :Ul! ;ncrci ready tot .
>t. Lucie to It was a waterspout, said 1 to be far out the 28th Instant by Rev If. II. Stiirglas In '
River; 40 acres. Apply B. Magruder is building a new wharf HANCOCK'S ormiKC trees And pineapples. 1'h". .
brief but ,
I.a was a
CIIAS.: II. WALTOK at sea. appearance pastor of the West Palm Beach Baptist rcmitlnltiff nln..n'rt'ilJl'I good
the old]
lasted. to replace one which bas done Prickly Heat 'la
while It one It.K. .
Fla. curiosity church Sunday: School at !11:11.::(' a. application at land and of
Tltunvllle good service for the last twenty years.Where ; m.; Wilson Son's u portion it good for tree*.
drug tore.
Capt. T. P. Chase was a passenger on preaching at 11 a. ,m. Keening: service It f- .* a frontage, Indian Ulnr. 'I'hoheHt
A Rare Chance.1110.100nrres,66oieet the northbound train on ]last Saturday. Oh, where! U the man who Mt 7:'111. proceeded by a half hoar Bong alII lid I 1Il! site IH.. on n high elevation
lie went north to purchase a large quan- has agreed to work the roads here. Theyare ervlce. All services standard' time. All ARE YOU A ]OAT.RIILi1N1Z; f If overlooking, the rlvi>r. tintovrn,

ty of cypress lumber to build some of in a terrible] condition from ruts, are cordially Invited. you are, get one of Walton' Patent and the Indian River Inlet There.
( ; frontage on the many fish boats, he has orders to fill, boles and high grans. Calking: Tool' ; Invaluable to boat- no lioiiHe on the preniUn

Indian and Banana rivers. 600< to 700 and! which are the admiration of all who Not Doomed For" Life. builder and owner of boat. Calks Fort Pierce lit a division pilot un tilt
'itrus trees, about half coming into use them. A Hoy. Wild JUde For Life. boat more rapidly than any other Florida East Cftnitt Icallway andn place

hearing, oranges tangerine, grapefruit "Iwn treated for three year by good calking tool In thn world. Price $1 1 JO( of some It II Jlnrtll 1I"It. with troiul I'roB-
kumquata, 6 bearing mangoes! A Parson's Noble Act. With family around expecting him to doctors" write W. A.Oreer McOonneUvllle and n.OO each, at ADVOOATK office, pl'lJtII[ : for future d..v !I"I\/tJ"lIt" |) '1 liens
1 bearingnvocadoes U.OtJO) bearingpi die, and a son riding for life, 18 miles to 0. "for pile and but ..
fistula Titusvllle, Fla. are! store' of Ml kind, invi'ml r-hnrrheii,
nee 300 besides "4[ want all the world to know, writes get Dr. King' New Discovery for Consumption failed,
to 400( bearl ng guavas when all Bocfclen'.) Arnica Halve school pontolllce, tel<>irrat>h nice etft.
rapes, bananaspersimmons, a nurseryIf Rev. C. J. Budlong, of Ashaway R. I., coughs and colds, WI Brown, cared me la two week." Cure: burns This place! will make n Hue home and
about 1Oll01l0ur trees ready what a thoroughly good and reliable] of Leesvllle, Ind., endured death's goonte : salt 'or Hale.
orange bruises cuts corn, *ore eruptions capable' of being: mad finite( A nlnntalon. -
to bud, a few peach trees 3 acres vegetable medicine found Electric Bitters. They from asthma bat this wonderful ,rheum pile or no pay. :25 cent at B. ; Five hundred orange ana
land, 4-inch artesian well large cured me of Jaundice and liver troubles medicine gave Instant relief and soon R. Wilson &; Son' drug store. An Ideal home on Indian Illver; about treesaud loi", ..0pineapple: plantscan grapefruit

wharf drive welt, soft water 8-room that had caused me great suffering for cored him He writes" : "I now sleep] even acres of land; good house, painted be placed on It. Fine tUhlng, hunting -

I welling,store building packing house many years. For a genuine all-around" soundly every night Like marvelouscures and In good/: repair; fruit tree, shade aril oysti-rlng In the IminWiate vlInlty. -
fool house warehouse, :2-ton ice box cure they excel anything: I ever saw. of consumption, pneumonia bronchitis Are You Going North ? tree, tropical shrubs. and! ilower A !! Fort Pierre i I. headquarter

* acres of poultry yard. Fruit this Electric] Bitters are the surprise of all for coughs, colds] and grip prove Its I never falling spring of pure water. Price for limiting, fishing, anti
fear will bring *::100 to MO. Rent their wonderful work In liver kidney and matchless merit for all throat and lung If lOll are, you can bay a flrit-ela, I moderate good: reason for celling. For !I/. I'ricei&iowhtehlvery i general cheap.

,rom vegetable land will keep up grove.P. stomach troubles. Don't fail to try them. trouble. Guaranteed bottle SOo and round ticket over the Clyde or )lslI I further particulars] address, for. full Information address' ,

A. JfcMitLA.v, Only rt)cents. Satisfaction Is guaranteed $1. Trial bottle free at B. R. Wilson ASon's : lory line, cheap by writing, or calling I.. W. C., C. T. M': :aarv,

Eau Gallic Fla. by U. K. Wilson & Son. drug store. at tLe ADVOCATE office, Tltusvllle. Care ADVOCATE, Tltuavllle, Fla. I Ankona, Brevard County, .'1..



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go. I will tell you where I have bidden .._ I 4s p ...................Kden... ....:..:..:. 10U.: ....
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I! d and NEW YORK. .:..... ........ .u P ...................1eDeen_................. .". 10 i8 .' I
Indian : No. 90 $100. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE .. 00 p ..................Star................... 1814>r .. '.". ''
r "Well?" .::::::: ::..rv... J Mp .... ..........Bobcl'8o."d................ :: 44 a I :: 1
........ ._.... 1:1: P ...:::..... ... W..eeJuptter............... e It-J s .....
Tituavllle.Lodge. "In tbat left boot. Take It and let at S. C. both I
River %/ me Calling Charleston ways) ........ ._..... Its. ".........:Wed Paler beach............. S 118 ,.
go and you'll never see me around here . 1 t&p: ........... BoTBton. ......... ..... 8 1J a ..'"..
Florida. The Finest in the Coastwise ServiceThe .::.:.:_ ..:..:. a Ii p ....... ......Ft.Laederdale ......... ......" 715 a .....
again. Steamships ........ _..... ................LemgaCity.: ............... 55a .. '
Hold In meeting the second and fourth Fri. Mr. Plimpton pulled off the boot andfound ........ ..... SUS Ar................... MIam1...................Lv II 4..a', ..
diw or each Tltli- -
month at; the late Armory -
1 Vile, at 7:do o'clock p. m. Ore twenty dollar bills In It. He Clyde New England and Southern Lines. BUFFET PAttLOH CAM ON TRAINS IS AND 73.
t J. R.: Walker Wnrnhlpful Miuter. put them In his pocket and asked: Direct bervlce Between -
J. i.Carruther Senior Warden ?" BRANCH LINES BO EDULB:3.: :
T. H. riutiileri, Junior' Warden.J. any more
i M. IHxon, TMaui. ":'ot; a red. Now let me go." Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points.
t 11'. A. Morn, Secretary. Holding the burglar's revolver In one Ms. IT Me. 8S Ha. 63 No. 49Dally. Ne.4T PAIA.TXA. Me.46 N*.4t N.. 80 Ne.e4 i Nap
I r X. P. Hrown Chaplain.' (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) Data, Dell,. ._ Dally.i Dat y. l BBADIOIA Daily. Dally. Dally. Duty ,
J. n.Brraven, Keillor De cnn. band and using the knife with the other
? i t R. E. Mlmt,Jr., Junior Deacon. 8EMI-WEBKLV 9A.1UNA9: '13i VTBO Hi pill 48 a a |Lv Palatka Ara a a ill i! !
j b 8.:O.Vanlantl;ucham..: : Senior Steward. Mr. Plimpton soon freed tbe fellow Rnnthnound........ .....,.. .... .... .._. ..'.....n Lervie wharf Boston p 4 68 p 113 09 p |ArB. PalatkeLr 00 a I SS6a113_ pI03p I Il\lu \
,; F. :M.Taylor,Junior Steward. from bondage. lie had no pluck left Northbound. .... ............f rwu'root of CktluirioetnMt\ :; ,.JackltOn"lIIe
A I'. W. Rol>ert., Tyler. lie got upon his feet, with a groan. Me. 67 Me.44Daily.. BAN MATZO'BZiA.NCU.No.: .41 Nap
Dally yft ,
--- the kitchen door command /
opened as
/t 1.i Clyd St. Johns River Line. p toe LT.. ................... ....Cant Falatkaw.............., .. .. .. 6 a'
ed. and the editor followed him around 1 p _6 w sAr._ ................ .... ....San Mateo...... ................ ....Ari A r. a Ih t
AN EDITORIAL FLOP the house to. the front gate. Tbe manhadn't (Ix-Hary Lln .) '
M*.2$ No. 20 '
") ...- a word to say He gained the BETWEEN: A'JKbONVItJJS AND SANTORD. sOn 'rIOn17 IDuly.lExaSnnl MATFOUT BRANCH. Me. 16Dally..
.. --.r- highway and dragged himself out of Stopping at Palatka Aicor,St. Francis, Berenford(DeLand). Blue Springs and inti>ni dkate land-
darkness togs on the tit.J obo'.(K.I..r. .1 be p 10 01 a O p sin a v.....,..,...Jaokeonvllle ............Ar f 46 s' 1 jTF;
P ICopyrltfht, 1902.: by C. B. Lewta.d sight In the and has neverbeen t O$ p 10 111 a step 8 44 a .,.....,.80. Jack.onvtUe..Lv 757& 152p i i
:fllmpton of the \Vwkljr Itnucer ntlvocated beard of In the village since. STEAMER "LOUISE. Capt. C 140 p 10 46 a p) fit a .PaldoBsseb..,......... 7 on a u M a IW
I Ilt1 M. IS 10 SAIL A4 rOI.LOW8t t 4a p 6o a 144 p 0 to a ./.........Atlaatle Beach.....*... 7on a 11 44 4 i;
that the ln\v were too severely QUAD. Leave Foot Catherine Street Jacksonville .. .. .. . .TuemlavaanO.! ..turd I..jr+st5:tO> P. m, 6 00 1t (a r 7 M p 5 a7 Ar. ............. Mayport ..............Lv 1 a 48 a 11 x4 a .13'
administered. One tilglit wlu-u In Leave&uifurit..... .. .. .. .. ....M.uud..1."L'.clln"laAS: &lJU a.m Daly TRTTDiily Prt I

1 / Ills house alone n (liurglur'pqt Iu and TO CIKK: : A COLD IN ONE: DAY Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Off Ice,2O4-VV.: Bay St., Jacksonville. S:.. &AJ rOH > BRANCH.Hun. Dal Pun EX.17 Sun Bx. CHAMOO CITY BBAUCH. :

forced the stator to fipin; nil IIIIt closet Take Laxative: Bromo Quinine. Tablets. A.C.HAGERTYEast'nFhs.Agt.!: F.M.IRONMOVIJKR-JR.: !: ,_1tC.Gem.Faun.. Agt. 055 v........ Op v,...NewBmrrna. ...__At eta
a J .End drawers nwirch! of booty. Catch- All druggists refund the money If It falls 19 State St., New York h 204 Went Hay St.,Jacksonville. Fla. t1A + LT.........-..wim.n..Lv'I51.I iiJJP .....Lak.H.let..LTJ. ,
talC the limn off his glued ton to cure. E. W. Grove's signature Is on THOS. D. HALEY, Local Paetghtagent< i I C. P. LOVk.UL: Asst. Kla.aupt.. l S3 a. Lr.LT........_.. OHM ? .Oraure 0ny..1. 1q
; rilmi>
8 61 ..._Bnwpr1 Ar.. Janet.... ..
ri each box. 2ucts.Mexican. foot HoftanSt.! .Jteckaonvllle, Fla. I F Ifottt Ihiinui no. JackimiiTiUe,Fla. a Orange City et
:teller hlui with a single: blow, t hound JOHN. L. HO WARD ", >erlotell".Dt. Foot Hogan St.,.lacluonTtlle. Via.THKO. 5IO* Ar.?.. .....Sanfnrd..Lvlll.n.'
l + and gagged: I blm I and then mild to O. KOKK. Oeunal 1\isager. VVM. P CLYHk: Ja 4.t.. Heiuwa g.nta.Chbrollgb Them Time Tables how fie ttm at which train may be expect to arrive and depsr
lilui! "You are the first erlmlniil we bonding 19 State M.. Opposite Hoctery Park New York. from tbe e>-wl l eta ioov. but their arrival or departure at the times stated is not Ru r&aKc4
,r Child Life. C. II. WALTON. AR titr. TllMMvllle, Fh unr dor the 0o.npnytold IlwM r..ponetbl. for anydelagr or any eoniequenae artiUg Wet
Stave encountered In the flesh. All our Mexican children high and low are from.
-- -- -- -
lIIrguulmts were l honed> on c-rlinlnnlx In
fortunate In being treated
exceedingly Pcnlnstrtar and Occidental Connections at Miami.BBrrWTBBTC
Steamship .
"tho abstrnct. Wo have/ been deceived almost uniformly with the greatest

Our tleluKloim have been put to fllKlit. kindness and affection' by their par. EcnAIR : MIAMA\/ KEY! WEBT AND HAVANA.BOVTHBOtTND. .
1e The robber cursed him and low
; high
ents. From babyhood they an excellent
.and struggled with his bonds and understanding with their eiders LINE RAILWAY.FOR NORTHBOUND.LT. : .

IMIropton: continued: and affection side I...Miami. Mcgui.Ar \'e.l....,.............11 00 9 ...........Than........................J'III
respect on one Key Weec, TOP*. Thun................13 M p I Ar. W..t Tb.... ............ .........
o .. E 'tter late than never, however. affection and tenderness on the other. ET. Key We... T....,.. ..._................ J 80 > Lv. A.r: Weit. TBM. Thurs............... 53!
Wo shall .poly advocate- luaxlmumpuulsliment Not Indian In too ragged or dirty to an Bavana. rne. .. ............ .... .. It oo a Ar. ........ W.
n for nil criminals. You entered kiss the hand of his tattered old mother SAVAXXAH, COL.VMBIA CAMDEN, SOUTUEJtN PI RICHMOND:: For copy of'Coo.1 Time Card address any Affeafc

our house to rob UK. Lot UM see. with the grace of n lord.. This hat WA IIIN1'OS. BALTIMORE. PIIIL.ADKLPHIA NEW YORX ?. D. .1U.ImEB., AMt. Gen. Fae...Agaat. ST.' AUGtn'lTmIle'! /Li.

1 Jf you have anything worth taklnK./ it. with the real reverence of which It -. .
I He knelt down bettldethe man nnd Is tbe outward and visible' symbol. Is Two Elegant: Trains Daily '

searched bin pockets. The sr-nrch commenced curly lit t'hlltJbOO'J.n Indian "., "- _.._ _
brought to light a gold wntch. $:::17 In even drunk does not abuse his Florida and Metropolitan Limited,

cash and a dluinund pin the proceeds, family. Assisted home by a friend on TOIL

nI r(; d t4 of n crime committed elsewhere. cither side whose condition Is only a Seaboard Fast Mail. R.l.. Kmond Washington Baltirnor.PhiladnlphIa .

1 rl "Ah this Is better" chuckled\ PIIiup- few degrees better than bU own.1 be MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.ONLY Boston. Atlanta
: :.W ton. "This 11111I01'1' money) thnu.w.e have
sits on his doorstep the one entrnoce
i N LINE Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to Ash ,yUle Chattanooga Louisville
bandied three mouths. "'c shall op to tho single unlighted room constituting Operating
I proprlute everything to our personal: Orleans. Cincinnati St. Louis Kansas CitrPittsbur
tt his dwelling, and contemplateslife New
lJ benefit. It Is lucky you paid ux a visit with maudlin good! nature while Detroit ClevelandChicago *

I This. plunder dispels any Intlt lingering the children and dogs play around him For information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent etc.

tent that necessity drove you to crime." and over him until he tails into drunk Seaboard, or writeA.

1 '1 I He picked up the broom broke off en stupor O. MAcD YEr.r., Asst. Gen.. Pass. Agt. Jacksonville, Florida.
//'ro the handle and for live long minutes thctSOLJIllfRN

,k* lie pounded J the burglar's body from Syriu Asphalt. .- -- --

chin to heel. The man yelled and CUrBed Is found In the provinces of
Asphalt SJECI.A.x.:: .. LC> ..A."I".ES.TO .
; + t and rolled over on the floor, and Syria on tbe banks of the Dead sea .

_ when. the blows coaxed be said: floating on tbe surface of Its waters. yp'' -
t "If I bare to live a thousand years,
the nctluti earthquakes
Through; UTAH MONTANAand
I'll have your life for this! asphalt has been torn from the bottom
I "Another one of our pet theories hast of the sea and driven toward the shores. OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:

been that criminals were not vicious" especially to tbe cast! Tbe narrativesof VIA, WASTEUX ATLANTIC R. R. and NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA

I' repliedthe editor ns be sat down to the Greek: and Roman historians to and ST. LOUIS RY. The SoutHern Palm Limited
rest "In the last Issue of thq Banner \
the effect tbat asphalt as small Islands '
I i wo hnd.n half column article on the was upheld by the suit water and driven Dixie Flyer Route THe Washington Richmond and
; ', ubject. We contended that the average
I over the surface of tbe sea are without Limited
criminal hud neither spite nor nial- doubt true. This asphalt and generally During September and October 10rj.(
t Ice, but was simply seeking to get what the oiltutal or Egyptian Is pure The New YorK and Florida Express
t, 4 the world denied( him a living. You and expensive and used principally in For descriptive matter, rates, schedule, etc., write to, or call onE
seem to be a thoroughly wicked man. the manufacture of a certain kind of J. WALKER, Florida Passenger Agent

"You bet I am!" 'varnish but for general owing 2U Nest Street The
.{ "In our Issue of two weeks ago we purposes :! Bay Jacksonville Fla. Chicago and Florida SpecialTHe
brittleness well. Is useless
to Its as
contended tba| the average robber aimed In the asphalt Industry. American C. E. HARMAN" Gen. Pass. Agt. H. F. SMITH Traffic Manager. Florida LimitedTO

v to rob the rich only, and only be Asphalt JournaL Atlanta Ga. Nashville, Tenn.
} cu oppressed by cnpltul. Were we THE NORTH AND WEST.

: correct? :JS'o.; I see we were not The -- ---

'!' moment you entered this bouse you '

realized that It belonged, to. n poor man. Atlantic Coast Line Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville Cincinnati, via
I There are at least ten men In this town SOfT CORI R'y. Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky."

.' worth $:!::I.OOO<) each, but ;you passed Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in

I i j them! all by." connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast

& "I wish I had put a bullet Into Like the brook the The Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections: Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all throng
running ,
your head and gone through tbe bouse trains.
,. afterward!! growled the man. red blood that flows throughthe To the East Vfa all rail. Tbe Atlantic Coast Line runs over its own rails to
f! The editor arose nnd wielded the veins has to come from Savannah Charleston, Richmond and Washington; thence via Ask fW Ticket via Sostbars Railway. CsrretpondeiC Solicited.H. .

t l F broom handle for another five minutes Pennsylvania Railway

& anti About then\ sat six":down weeks to ago remark there: was a somewhere.The springs. of red blood are To f the Wfl'ct The LAX, via Montgomery.The M. &: O. Railway via Montgomery. F. CARET, FU. p_ Aft, boa W. Bar sC JtckioavCl. Fla.a. .

en so of punishment In the New Jersey found in the soft core of the To f the East via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S 8 Co., for New York H. HARDW1CK. V. H. TAYLOB.GoMMl !,
state prison which aroused public dls- Philadelphia and Boston via :Savannah:: and Merchants s Miners
bones called the and PuMogef Agent, Aja'l Gta.1 P_ b
; lt fiimlon.! A convict refused to obey orders marrow Transportation Company for Baltimore. Ate

and was given the strap. We contended some say red blood also comes To Key West and Havana, via Port Tampa and Peninsular *: Occidental Steamships VaabIn toa, D. C. AtUala 0*.

_C p that n few kind words would from the spleen. Healthy bone 3._ S!. 19O9. ,
t have touched Ills heart and broken his 5Th1:3iR: -rOUEtXS-rS: ETS I
r resolution while our esteemed contemporary narrow and healthy spleen -
will be on sale throughout the Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern States to =- !,
t ul Ip argued that be should have are full of fat. .all SUMMER RESORTS via the Atlantic Coast Line during the season of SOOT,
been punished an hour sooner than bewas. until Xov.: 31st with liberal stopover prlvUedges. '
Emulsion makes new limited to return THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE
( It seems that"we were wrong in blood the bone : Addresses of parties In the north sent to the undersigned; will be liberally supplied ,
by feeding
that particular also : with all Information and handsome advertising matter.

1 "Look out for me, old man!" growled (marrow and the spleen with I For Information as to rates, sleeping car reservation, etc., call on or write toFRANK Patented In the United States, treat Britain and Canada

the burglar as he gritted his teeth. the richest of all fats, the 1 C. BOYLSTOX', J. A. TAYLOR, 9.
"I se.! Our wbolo line of reasoningfrom PRICE, 4.00 and S.OO EACH. in the C
Commercial A cod liver oil.
start to finish tins been '
wrong. : FLA.
I i Excuse my pertinacity, but was It the For pale school girls and T. M. ENfERSON! ', H. M. EMERSON, W. J. CRAIG In Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States.for .

Knowledge that Gould Vnnderbllt and invalids and for all whose Traffic Manager. Asst. Traffic Mgr. Gen' ..Pass. Agent Sale br .

{ Astor bad tens of millions while you WILM1XOTOX: N. C. Jas. Pritchard & Son
blood is thin and Scott'sEmulsion ,
had only a few shillings that drove you pale,
-- --- -- ---- ---- ----- ---
into crime? -- -- --- -
is a pleasant and rich -- ---
blood food. I It not only feeds -:=::
.p "But, tell me could you hare fount --
I work and lived an honest life bad you the blood-making organs but ORMS !? I

_r3 i : so desired?" gives them strength to do THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICEAll i

I i... who"Work wants! Why work you when bump be nosed can wake bloke a their proper work. Far 20 Years Has Led aU Wore: Ross less t ate:. kinds of Commercial Stationery printed at the above oIce.

Bend for free ..... .. .... TDR1yCr1.'C3ZaTa.pdbrmss : /_
living without? The only thing I'mI (>1. *"r..%>> >sT LIa : LETTERHEADS:: NOTEHEADS ENVELOPES BILLHEADS, SH1PPI>

I 1: sorry for Is that such a fool as you.are 409-415 Pearl.!scott.......a-.:. LoWX-:'. chcmlx New" .. York.J >, '. JM-. wF. BALLARD, St. Louis. ,
.. .. etc., eta, printed cheaply and upedltloul11..v
II boulJ have laid, me by the. beeU in s a. i. 9a :ill i igTats, -


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TI IAN' 'RIVER HOTEL A .;ar. Hnl* by Which to ....I.h
1 THE EMPIRE STATE IS IMPROVING '?% P th. Ocnnin <>.... .

ITS HIGHWAYS. A*great many persona flatter them- "
TITUSVILLE selves that they are able to teU a genulna .
"-Persian rug from a spurious machine .
What Hit Been 'co.plt..d Vader
FLORIDA. the IUubl-Ari .atroutc E.*w-M..Mjr wade one by touch, but In this This SELF-LOCKING! TACKLE BLOCK which has Just! ben s
; The best and
New 11oad. to Ue Dn4lt In'lOOS-AUmn they deceive themselves. patented all the civilized countries throughout the :world, will
to tell genuine from an
surext a
<811'.. oC Good Illichway. way hoist /and lower like any block and tackle, And WILL STOP AND
imitation Persian fug Is the following:
In. no state In the country is the H'pno will look closely, cue will observe LOCK AUTOMATICALLY whenever needed! Soft Rope, Wire'''
J. O. BAST, Proprietor.: farming population more conservativeand that In the genuine Persian rug Rope or Chain can be used. Nothing to get out of order,any person

_____ at tbe same time more intelligentthan too,Intricate and complicated patternor can mine It. NO CLEAT NEEDED. The name device N used in

L4 A A In New York. When it was first design !Is nut altogether symmetrical Cheek and Deck Blocks Will .hoist, lower andMook at wilt fr.*>m

t* DUCK SHOOTING. suggested tbut good roads would be a the 9 orr oudlng flowers vines or. below cent any height, upside down or at any angle, an ounce or 25
Y re al + boon, thu farmers did not doubt It, geometrical figures of one side sllalh'l'tOl" being* ton, according!: to the size and shape of the tackle block. Only oik) j

and FISIIING but they bad to bo convinced that It a :little out oc{ tine, larger or rope, chain or wire rope is used at a time. The same pulley does for
not meeting and pointing with figures
i would be wortb the cost. 'on the corresponding; detail! ou the each There is tie ratchet teeth to cut the rope, or trigger attach- 1

1 'f' ? Rates: $2 50 per d Ay. By a persistent campaign of education opposite side of the rug. This is owingto meat to this device.
I1J says the Philadelphia Press! the the fact that In hand weaving It U The Self: -T.arking Tackle Block is neceH.nry f(>r Yachts and ;Yew +
i dP.. Itll dl 11 +i I ;IrtLpla 1 nn p i i b advocates of good road finally/ mnde Impossible! to obtain perfect symmetryof sets of,.all kinds, Bridge'and IfonmBuilding-, Aerial TroHeyx, Rail-

$10. "and $12 per week out such U case In favor of the Im patterns, especially when the do- roads, Quarries, Lumbermen, Warehouses! Motions, Foundries, Mnrlnn. Service,

provement,that a majority of the .reprcHentatlves suns. are as complicated us they are Mines, Machine, $hops! Steamboat, Stage Scenery!\ Painters!, Circuses, Rrewer- "

la tbe legislature; finally on Persian rugs. On the other hand ice, Wells, Stables!, Harness Rooms, Butchers Tannerk-M, Slaughter Mounts, '
JACKSONVILLE. decided to begin the woik. let one examine closely the machine Factories of all kinds; for line in hoisting ashes, and for farm and plantations' i
About five ;years ago the state passeda made rug, and one will find the most Fire Escapes, Fire! Departments, Riggers. Cain also he lived in the Protectionof
law called the Hlgble-Armstrong perfect symmetry of pattern, so' much
Fruit; Trees' and gathering of Fruit and Vegetables! stretching wlres.nnd
law, which provided that the state BO in fact that the design looks ,positively !
)DYAL h HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. would aid the counties and towns la rigid and harsh. This a pretty ropes' of all kind! Hoisting Flag, Dumb Walters, Elevators! Hail Boats of all i

building and Improving highways under safe1 guide, and If observed one will kind, Awnings, '1'entaBIndaIiicyoles, Electric Light (purposes. :Hash: Lights,
the supervision of the state engineer seldom mistake on Imitation for a genuine in Heat Market and Stores of all kinds Hunting Camps, and l'rlva1lollst'I'I; ,

and surveyor. The state agreed Persian rug.Cuttlvnlli.g. from the kitchen to the bed room. In fart, It eanbe. used with great utility
Opposite postofflce. Centrally located Thoroughly repaired and renovated to pay BO per cent of tU6 total cost, the wherever tackle block is needed. It saves time, money and labor as no tyttgor l

Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted .. county 35 per cent und the town or in- made. matter Ginger.Ginger uf.scientific fastening" of the rope or chain to cleat, or anything\ else; I III needed.
dividuals owning property abutting on Is a All klndsamlali| [ sixes can be used either ashore or aboard ship?and will
Rates $2.50 and the Improved road,15 per cent. culture In ..TUDall'IIt Is propagated
per day the
up. not cost much norethan ordinary pulley blocks. WALTON'S PATENTSELFLOCKINQ
Only, thirty-eight petitions for 157 cutting up small pieces of the root, and
B. W.. SPERRY, Proprietor. 'miles of'roads( were received from thirteen if possible I rich, cool soil from recent. TACKLE: BLOCK is similar in shape, weight and size to the
counties !in 181)9, and In 1000 only ly clciirtd woods Is selected for It. It; ordinary pulley blocks in every day ute, and is made In different shapes and

' thlrty-elx petitions for 155: miles of Is a grout Impoverisher of the soil and sites to suit all purposes. There is absolutely nothing to get out' of order. It

ESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE read were received from sixteen coun- grows so' luxuriantly that In n short has no springs, wedge, teeth oc trigger rope; and soft rope, chain and wire
FLA. ties. During this time, however tbo time! a little piece of root will spread BOas rope can be used in the same block.A .

roads built In the summer of 1808 to produce nearly a pound of new sample of thfjpulley block nmy be seen at the, EAST COAST:; ADVOCATE
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open began to Ber"e as an object lesson to roots. The sets are planted In March olllcw, Titiisvllle, Fla.
farmers. 'rhe advantages of the im- or April and get to their full growth/;
ed this
season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water J. O. WALTON: ,
provement were so palpable that In about September.The .
Baths Elevator eto. Five minutes from wharf All Increase In Jamaica Inventor of the above!; also, Patent Calking Tool for Boats, Fto.Olllces .
any or depot. 1000 and 1001 there was a marked roots are dug; usually
In tbe number of petitions.This In January or February. They are : New York, Boston( and Titusvllle, Fla.
street oars pass the door. Rates, 2.00 to &2.CO per day. year a large amount has been washed exposed to the sun until thoroughly --, -. ... -- .. ----. -'" .. --

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. set apart for good roads, and when dried and packed In parcels of -
work under way is completed New about a hundred pounds each In orderto < Official Supply House of The Illinois i Fishermen's Association.
York will have many miles of splendid dry them more rapidly they are first '
3W VICTORIA HOTEL Corner Main and Adams Sts. highways. scalded' a little copper pot In orderto 'The Chicago Not and Twine Co.i i
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. For carrying on this work tile state destroy life of which the roots are
has been divided Into three sections very tenacious. White ginger and Manufacturers of-
Everything new. Free Bus. Centrally located. Rates $2.00 and $2.50 per tile eastern extending about one-third black ginger! are from the same roots, ".y

-- day, European. plan; rooms, 50 cents to $1.00 each person. of the distance from Albany to Buffalo; 'the!' difference nrlnliig from methods of
curing Hoots for !sugar! )preserving nre
R. BIXLER, Proprietor. dun while quite younjr. before the 0
I .. stems are more than five or six Inches
SHAIUtREZU. high. S.

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j i
Good Run
'to Clarendon Inn and the Breakers, SEABREEZE. speaker n good said remits"Tbe convention day will recentlya come W \

when a bad road will be a disgrace to foo
UNDER THE SOLE MANAGEMENT OF Col. C. C. POST. a omDlulllty'-whl'n we would no more FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Dae crlptlory. 0

Invite a friend. to puss over inch a road ,.DealeraJIn! Seine Twine, Maltro Cord, ]Hop, Etc. tn
These two commodious houses at Seabreeze, the most popular summer resort than we would Invite him to an un- Orlgrlnsitors of Wholesale Price direct to the Fishermen.
In Florida, will be under the management of Col. C. C. Post during the swept room or to nu unclcuned uoiise 70-8l-8iJ: E. Indiana St. <. Chicago, 111.
., ..Mention: The ADVOCATE In letter..
summer season of 1002. Professor Sandold'a Orchestra, from New. York, and promptly call It 'home.'" your
will play dally, afternoon and evening. .
We are Members of the Illinois Fishermen's Association
Guests can feel assured of a satisfactory table, and every attention to their .,,la To I'mf nil aa Tlr"lnl. Ro...... I

comfort. Rates, |2 to 12.50 per day; $10 to $12. per week. Write for special : Richmond rMiuty! On., has decidedto ----- .- n" -_.- ... .. "- -- --- ---- .. i
rates for families the experiment: with oil on an experimental -
for season. Address, C. C. POST, Seabreeze, FIn. .
mile or rrnld. IF YOU WANT A... _

'.l:< WIBOLLUIO ------
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A : Mr. D. P. Da1lllberty well known
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he Sea Side Inn SEABREEZE.DAYTONA. TUB FIRST cocnsn.: throughout Mercer and Bumner counties, .
W. Va., most likely ower his life to the .Building1 Lot;
( FLA. .
the middle extending from the pastern kindness of a neighbor. He was almost ..
section to a line drawn north and south hopelemily ailllcted with dlanhoea; wee j jor
Opposite Heating's/ New Casino and Pier. This handsome new modern i
through Seneca lake find the western I attended by two physicians who !gave
hotel situated on the finest Surf Bathing Beach in Florida Is now open for section, extending from the middle section him little, if any, relief, when a neighbor a lot with a BUILDINa: READY FOR OCCUPANCY,

the Spring and Summer trade. Large airy rooms. Exchange and Dining to Tiuffulo. learning of!his serious condition, broughthim / LAND FOR AN: ORANOE GROVE I
Room overlooking ocean Fine cuisine and service. Terms $7 td $10 per Suitable ditches along the side of the : a bottle of Chamberlain Colic, I
week. JAS. II. JOHNSON & SONS. road and suitable! drains are built under Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which l'INEAl'l"E PLANTATION or'ARDEN :
cured him In less than twenty-fours hours.
iter House: GRAND ATLANTIC: Daytona Florida. the road wherever necessary.' When 1 For sale by all druggists and medicine We probably have for sale Jnut what you are seeking. "'
large streams are encountered they are dealers.
--- ---- .--- ------ dug out If need be, to carry oft the Water Settlers are flocking In but still here Is room. If you are

WEST PALM EACH. more rapidly.( If they are not too
II. Got the Guinea. looking this drop line to
large the state engineer builds< a bridge ) way,
,A pretty story U told of an English!
with Iron girders and carries the road s
JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd! Vlee.rl.ldebt, 1
nobleman whom his barber left half
over them. If(; a more Cfl.SUr! structure .
he WEST PALM BEACH, IhR\'et1nnd In 1I1.I\rl1.
a great hurry.
Leamington 1
is required, the supervisors lIato provide FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,
FLORIDA for that. The next thing to be ship thought the man was wad and
sent to Inqulie after him. ST. AUOUHTIN: E. FLA.
looked after In the grade of the road.
\V. C ERNST, Manager > When the grade Is too heavy, the road lie returned In person and thus explained _. .. .. -- -... .- --- .. -- . .._ _--

On Lake Worth! opposite Postofflce and business houses. Large verandas. grade Is sometimes Is five feet the hundred.The standard lord but himself the sight; "I was of tbut not mad heap tny of R H, TT.IVE
Strictly:! first-class. Summer Rates, $2 per day. Special by the week. The earth Is then thoroughly rolled guineas on your dressing table and acv 310 w., H.yst., JACKSONVILLE .. FLA. y yFu
roller. this is the remembrance of my starving fuiully
--- with a steam Upon put
a six inch layer of Crushed stone, so uCTccted ale that If I hud stayed
IIENDEUSONVILLE, N. C. another minute I should have cut
which Is rolled down to four inches. your
On this bnsl-' is placed a layer of throat""I
screenings, rolled until all the voids are aai glad you didn't do that." said I QS t,
filled. At the name time It is wet down lordship gently, "and by all menus
J and made as compact as possible under take the guineas. I won them at tbe I
Old.Stone Mansion a park of fifteen acres. the roller. Upon this placed another gambling: / table and *should doubtless CXPRESS

For Rooms and Terms. address. t layer of broken stone three Inches have lost them there. .. IIditII PREPAID L PREPAID
thick and rolled down to a thickness of
', MRS. FREDERIKA S. CA TWET.T,. from the lend 40
two Inches. Screenings are"agilin ] I
-. ---- this surface from the sides 20
thrown over : C. W. LamUs/Tortm"for the Oriental I
NEW YOIUC and rolled In until the voids disappear. Hotel, Chaoute, Kair., says: "I know ..r1.
The road Is then thoroughly wet down, what It was to suffer with neuralgia, 4 raw ,
screenings again/ thrown over it and deed I did, and I got a bottle of Ballard's NLJeIr4 rfrG QtS
York FiffnlsheOooins. rolled In until the bed will receive no Snow Liniment and I was 'raised from .
;w more. This stage Is Indicated by the the dear.' I tried to /get some more,but
appearance of a lather In front of the before I had 'deposed' of my bottle I Doz.I .

Well furnished rooms at 10 West 21st Street, New York. Southerners will roller. The road is left to dry out thor was"cured entirely. I am tellln' le truth r _
too, 2-.CU, .Wets and $1 at B. R. Wilson -
find this location very desirable for shopping, and is in close proximity to all oughly. Usually this develops other & :-100'1. DELIVERED role It mAlIk1 tS

places of amusement. Address: voids, which are filled up with screenIngs It ___ ___ _._. __ _
rolled In. When no more voids ap $ I29<<
Mrs. D. REMLINOER W. 2lst street New York. pear after drying the road Is regardedas yr
finished and is turned over to the ::

Bounty. rnd' / Agents for the 1'ulmt' Jlrewliiff Co.

[ ] In a county on the southern frontier .- ...- -- -- -. .. .- .. ..- .-. -. ..
Marlborough considerable opposition developed Jn'
the board of supervisors to tbe construction .
t .- of a road leading from Pennsylvania ? a.Jt'ted7 1D]on*take P tlls'constipation They temporarily

Broadway, :aoth and 37th Streets NEW YORK. to Elmira. Despite tbe opposition by Agitating the
tile road was built, and the
400 Rooma. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. Conducted trade from the adjacent state has Increased 7d? bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the Irver
secretes enough bile to make the Intestines.
on American and European plans, and Is managed under the personal 100 per cent. Another advantage execute their natural functions. -
from good roads grows out of: tbe tp/v4/kJr/y da r i1.1f ural agitation,caused by cathartics, JB]
supervision of the owner. preference shown by tbe postofflce department 1/jlGr'Il.71IU1 10 & -: continual and 'Increasing doses to
E. & CROWELL, Manager. for localities with good roads Attain the results. Unntt.0 )

Air the establishment of rural delivery .2f "1
routes. If to* roads are poor such -teahe.
routes are not established at all or are
[otel Yendome Broadway and 41st Street established wltb great relactni Ce. /{fJr"'hcllir'v l-itcL..algialla. liver f cures on Chills the

:NEW TOSK CITY. A Wlf. e and Fever and every form of

Malarial Bllletn and intermitting -
Benedict-431 v* me a. few pointers on
FIREPROOF. rooms, single and sn suite, with private baths and toilet -A TRUSTWORTHY OJ: TLI- Fevers
WASTED a.d. by going to the scat of the
bow to manage a wife old chap. In/I? In each county to sinnershu.tne.n
rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms $I.COlarge> rooms (J; and with Meeks-Can't, old boy, but I can give for an obi..Calillihxl hiraiM of trouble, works permanent cure.
rolls flnwwl l tunillnic.' / euni rRt, bona ads
order tie yea no end of advice on bow to be w..nklr....b ..l.ry of */l .oo paid. fijr shack *...h FlfTY CENTS PCrt BOTTtB.II. .
private bath $2.50 per' day sad opuaids. The management per wife that think WertneniUy wltb all...... _airtstrout .hmuluartr .
by a so
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<| )I. ,wlvancwl'or n. Mao.ager
sonal supervision of the owner. FRANK GRUEN, Manager.$ you are tbe manager.. -Brooklyn Life ,J*>Cax too building.. Cblc: :.g... tlan3 1 l. WILSON & SON. I


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\ 1P llo/ (! THE GAME-- LAW.' u.". Robbins & Graham Co I a ALARM CLOCKiJ

for the Preservation of Wild Deer and !
j I '" JEWKLKRb: AND SILVERSMITHS: Other Game. (Incorporated)

w 41 West :Bay Street, Florida's Legislature! ban framed and PAID TJP CAPITAL 2500000.
enacted a statute for the purposeof, protesting .
'i I t tI L, JACKSONVILLE, FLO1UDA. our game and w. publish It for TliU company owns

1'' 1 4 u Largest. stock 16 this section of country. and the their benefit friends.of the ADVOCATE- readers 1.AN'3: ::c S., For One Week} Only, from Sept. 2G(

y;h ra Established In 18 8. I II
LEER in the Indian River Country; On the St.

I I ?1 _Send.for descriptive catalogue. Section 1. That U shall be unlawfulfor Lucle River; at New River and on Baj; to Oct. 3rd, wo are offering' our rcgulj

j'' any person; or persons except upon ;
THE ANHEUSER BUSCH their own enclosed premises, to hunt Biscayne. Prices to suit the timed.
Hancock's Liquid Sulphur Is Indorsed
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chase, kill or otherwise molest any wild Send for Land List. $1.00 Alarm Clocks fOI-
and prescribed by many leading physicians deer In this State except during the

Brewing Asso's. throughout the State for all blood month of October, November, Decem Offices Titusville and Miami, Fla.

and skin troubles Hundreds of cases o.f ber and January of each yean Anyone

famous St. and Bottled Eczema and' other skin diseases have I violating.this section shall be guilty of a Only 9O cents.
t : misdemeanor, and, upon conviction, East Coast Meat Market .
Hear, been permanently cured, After many shall be lined for each deer killed not -
r t years standing, by the use of Hancock's more than one hundred dollars or not
Hold Meian. 7. A. LoBley and
i 1'I I by Liquid Sulphur. For \sale by. less than tweoty-nve, or be Imprisoned G. F. DUREN, Agent. Guaranteed For One
I R.I.. dfotlowTlttntdlleFIa., 10 the county Jail at hard labor not more t3:: Or.ICto : Yea

n ,, By Mr R L. Mo clow,Cocoa, Fla. B. R. WILSON A SON, DRUGGISTS. than six: months, nor less than three 0- "
t 6 -' FLORIDA. months. sCO'I: t -. 2dT; Mall Orders wlll.recetve prompt and careful attention.

JOSEPH ZAPF TIT0SVILLE I Section 2. That no person or o.te ..
persons : SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine Watches and Jewel
firm or corporation shall sell, expose for co: spa
sale, or have In his, her, their or its possession All work warranted for 12 months.
Sole Agent. MECHANICS' FAIR. BOSTON. for sale at any time any wild pa 1=1

I deer venison or deer hide or hides, andit ) G. L. MANDATILLE
,' ::4, 610 to 620 West Bay; Street, (From our Sped I Correspondent] shall be unlawful for any person ,

jf ? The Massachusetts Mechanic Association firm or corporation to ship or TUB JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
'w g t JACKSONVILLE, FLA. has opened the Mechanics' }Fair transport any deer venison or deer bide S3 C'-2
t __ hides in tbt.. 5" vOd -.. TIT.USVILLE FLORIDA.
n this being its 21st exhibit in Boston. or mate at any time and It 1 CtoCO'I ,
I It is held every four years In Mechanics', shall be unlawful for any common carrier -Successor to II. T Whaler.-

'If : Building, a fine structure situated upon to transport any deer, venison or 1"yb

Huntington avenue covering a whole deer hide or hides In tills State at anytime TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
; block, and Is one of the.. best of these to be sold. Any person or persons,,
:se :I.::) & : :
-p. kind of exhibitions hold In the United firm or corporation violating the provl E. L. :, seO.
a't ,
; I ;! ; 4' States. This year Is going to be the slons of this section shall,'upon conviction -DEALERS IX- -

banner year, and there is not a foot of be punished by a tine of not less
j I space unoccupied throughout the build- than fifty dollars, or be imprisoned In the GROCERIES GRAIN'AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCT
Wi' '''' Ing. The managers and directors' have county jail at hard labor not more than ,
: ,jI been working like Trojans to make the three months nor less than one month. J We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAFES FERTILIZE:
I," < Fair a success! which it undoubtedly Is. We deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all com
t \ I Among those who have taken /great TU KEY', QUAIL OR PARTRIDGE.Sections. erl. Write us for prices on Grain and: all Groceries, delivered at your station

1 ;t'' y.L a 06 interest; In the Mechanics' Fair and who That no person shall hunt E. L. BRADY & BRO. :,; TITUSVILLE, FLA.STT5" .

f I have spared no trouble and expense to or kill, except on his own enclosed premises ,

make it the success it is, are the following ) any wild turkey, quail or partridge
I : in any part of thin State: Ave only from CARROLL

t COMMITTEES: AND THEIR DUTIES.: the first day of November until the first s. d ,
day of March of No qy'"L.: Iw tiII
Committee on Exhibits-Freelon Morris any year. person ,, -Dealer In-
shall kill except his enclosed
upon own
Chairman; Jerome C. Ilonmer, Will- premises, more than four turkeys, and no GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
lam Arthur Richard
Lamprell, Whitney, \\
;6' DURING THESE HOT DAYS more than twenty-tlve quail, and no party a ,
J Deechlo .
open up one of my bottles of Committee on Space-George R. Em- of two or more persons shall kill more Crockery. Glass and Tinware. Tour Patronage Solicited.

than:.six! turkeys, and no more than fifty TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.
isy OLD WINE OK WHISKEY erson, Chall man; Sidney Peterson,

d And friends drink and to self the health and prosperity of William Wblte.Committee .on Power-Daniel B. quail, in firm one, clay.corporation Ana no, association person or persona or If Your House Goes up in Smokeand --, -- -- _

,/ Those goods are pure and wholesome Badger, Chairman; Andrew J. Savage: company havo in his shall, her,sell their, expose or its for possessionIn tale, or you loose everything INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
John B. Hunter Duncan D. Russell.
t Unexoelled fur richness, strength and this State any wild turkey, quail or It Is your own fault.
r .flavor. Committee on Music-Edmund 11.HewIns. TITUSVILLE, FLA.Is .
I'j'i -4 '/ y ROBT. I... MOTLOW, Chairman; Ottomar Wallburg- November partridge save until only the first from day the of first March day of of F-J.rO: Xn.S'1.1rLJ.100.sufficient : prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity- lacked\: or loose. Special attend

,, i TITUSVILLE and COCOA FLA. George S. Hatchings; Wm. Robinson any year. No person shall entrap any to cover ibe-value of the property paid socking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing ia my motto.
Committee on -Stetson Foster, and household effects should be car
; Chairman; Stephen II. Whldden LymanD. quail, except on his own enclosed prem- ried. Rates urunuthigh! The companies T. T. WETMORE Proprietor.

4c L. A. Hildreth Wlllcutt. ises. Any person or persona, corporation we represent are solvent, reliable and lib
f Committee on Advertising and Printing or company violating eral. Claims tire promptly adjusted.
I the of this section shall
1 'Dealer In Foreign and Domestic Brands -James H. Davis, Chairman; Chas. provisions upon Don't neglect to take out a policy.
conviction be punished by a fine not less
M. Cook, George: W. Perkins. SCHUYLER & 3UANNING Attention !
'...of... than fifty dollars nor more than one Special
Large crowds are dally attending the
hundred and fifty dollars, or be Imprisoned TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
Rum Brandies Fair which Is ,
highly spoken
: Whiskeys Gins very
p in the county jail at hard labor not Correspondence Invited.WASHINGTON .
The exhibits at the Mechanics' Fair
more than sixty days nor less than thlity GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS'FOR-
do not embrace the New
i Wines Bottled only England
) Ales Beer and Stout. days.
States, but como from nearly every State:: Tinware
9 ? i 'The best whiskey and liquors served by In the Union-even as far as Alaska In UNLAWFUL TO SHIP. D. C. Hardware Crockery ]

t ) ((4r polite and courteous attention the Northwest and Florida in the South. Section 4. That any person or persons, ,
t This goes: to show how energetic: are firm or corporation who shall ship any. Harness and Stoves.
a.' .A 4r t class Hue of foreign those who have the management of this deer hide or hides, venison, wild turkey, ONLY $16.O5. -

''' Will Jotiiohtlo cigars. Interesting Fair In band'by making It county quail or In partridge which the beyond same; the was limits:killed of From Jucksoiivllle, corresponding/ *Sr 'Our Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Prompt!)'
ft known to x hi tors and inventors inStates rates from other points first-
FAMILY and HOTEL TRADE Solicited shall, upon conviction, be deemed guiltyof
so widely
( apart. class round-trip tickets on sale

I l ), Prompt and careful attention given aciibed a misdemeanor In section and one of punished this And lire Oct. 3, 4, ;3 Rod
? to mail orders, accompanied by cash. EAST COAST. CANAL., any common carrier, who shall receive /Soc) additional, to Nov. :iird.
't Account G.AR. No extra charge
: L. A. HILDRETH. for carriage or permit the carriage/ of any for fast time or the luxurious Poatoffice Box 212,
'kt' Captain Gleason, In charge of the two such deer hide, venison, wild turkey,
FORT PIERCE FLORIDA large: dredges: of the Florida Coast Canal, quail or partridge by said common carrier service ofTHK 'Titusville F orid.a.: '

; and Transportation Company, reports' across county lineln this Mate, liull, <: NEW INITIAL ,
1 -- - ----- ------ any
that both dredges; arc doing: good woik upon conviction be punched aa pie- LINE AT '

Hodgson Bros. on the cut between the Matanzis and scribed lo suction one of this act l'io- JACKSONVILLE.The TJT'US'VXLLE:: :: x.rvEE: : : =t.Y ST..A.DLE.
Halifax rivers There Is one stretch of vided, hunting; parties may take their

t: I t EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, ,FLAT nine miles through which the dredges own game borne with thorn In this State,
{ have to cut through: solid land. This la but not for sale- Southern Railway

Marine Railway. located ,between the lower end of the UNLAWFUL. TO KILL MORE THAN FIVE" : FEED AND SALE SADDLE HORSES, |

i N General (erchanta and Ship Chandlers. Mataniias aol the upper end of the Hall MOST LUXURIOUS ?ry

'r ..Special Facilities\ fax From the Halifax: side Smiths DEEJI. ...STABLES... BUGdIES,
creuk runs a considerable distance. It la Section i>. That until .January first, TRAINS.
l For Hauling Out, Storing: and Repairing estimated that It will take the two 1005; It shall be unlawful! for any person IN TilE W IU.O. BAGGAGE p } SURREYS,

+ dredges: more than twelve months to to kill more than five deer doling/ anyone
t 0:00)
i t Yachts aud Launches Every morning at : o'clock.
r complete connection between the two year. Anyone violating the provisions Every evening at 7:33::;;>> o'clock ,TRANSFER x and TURNOUTS ol|
1 v Mention the ADVOOA' when writing rivers mentioned, but should the com of this section shall be punished bya from Jacksonville lens than 23 x

pany decide to operate two crews on each fine of fifty dollars for each deer over hours to Washington; via Southern HAULING, ET(). '_-- ..all kinds..
t Application for Tux Deed. dredge the work can be done In abont five so killed, Imprisoned in the county r
L one-half that time. jail not loss than sixty days.A Railway
to I City Ticket Office, 108 West Bay St. J. M. OSBAN & BRO.
!: IS HEREBY OIVKN THAT E. L. When this cut Is completed light draft
J M WINTKRiuroltanerorTaxCertlticataNo.laoa : | less than five feet TEN DOLLAR LICENSE. Jacksonville! Fla. TITUSVIfLEBack of Grand View hotel.- FLORIDA.]
t I : doted the 6th day of July A.1>. tHIN!, vessels drawing: can Section 6. 'That all non-residents of Information can be obtained
: make the through this Inland water-
hiss filed cud certificate In my hast trip :
t made application fur tax deed to issue In aooordanre way from St. Augustine to BI8cayne bay this State, before hunting for the purpose from

i the following with law.described Bald property certificate" situated embrace In a distance 'of nearly 400 miles. The of killing any wild deer turkey or H. F. CART I D.) P. A. Jacksonville Fla. THE OLD RELIABLE
In In thla / shall
t County,Florida, to wit Kurt Lot 10, route Inside the keys from Biscayne bayto quail any county State
t ( lld.S by Britt,and N, by MoCall. sec 16) Town. Key West Is already navigable for apply to the Clerk of the Circuit; Courtof Rollins College
hip. 17 rt.the Range 41) 11:. the Haiti\land being. winmwd '- small craft. This waterway la one of the the county the said non-resident proposes TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.The ,
w y at date of the Ununiioe of such certificate to hunt in and the
In the name of Wm. lore Unlenn said most plsturesque In the South. It upou
Founded! 1885. Has Florida Openil
shall he redeemed. Boronllng to the Matanzas Halifax ten (610.00)( ) dollars to the said Clerk special charter. The South 'lorldaCottege.
through :
:q deed will lume thereon on the 28tU day of,Ootober and passes Indian rivers several creeks and by the applicant, the p s A. D. lima.Wltne. permit to hunt In said county only an .ind departure of passenger trains to and County. Absolutely no malaria.
.. my official Ignature and seal this the lAke Worth and Biscayne bay. For
} from Titusvllle
i provided for In this act, and same shall : COLLEGE. PREPARATORY
bin dcof Bcpuiuoer,A. D. lOW.RPal. pleasure craft it will otter one of the SCHOOL.
r, r [ .] A A. STEWART, moat charming cruising routes In the not be transferable. And no non-resident SOUTHBOUND. MUSIC SCHOOL SCHOOL OF) ELOCUTION.
t Clerk Circuit Court Krevard! County, Florida. shall be allowed to hunt in any county in Leaves Tltnsvllle for Miami unit I 8:21
country. : p.m.. BUSINESS SCHOOL.
intermediate points at J ART SCHOOL:
this State without first obtaining Ball
Is doubt about
Notice for l.ublleatlon.DEI''UJIIEI There no longer any !loR'r II BOUND. Excellent equipment. Thorough modern Instruction.
permit which shall be only for one sen- ,
of the the
the completion project. as
Leave Tltunvllle for.rckaoiivi11e > _
son. That all money collected as pro: 1'411 ?. Del\utifullocatlo A room for every student.
capital I I" being furnished by Mr. Bradley Intermediate point at I
vlded In this section shall be the Best Board. Expenses lows Best; Influences. on catlor-
Catalog app
paid by
t I, LandOtceatfxiuesvilleFra.Sept.7llwJ.NntIee : .1/| comtttDV, who has plenty of means Clerk to the County Treasurer and shall arrive" TttusTlile from Sanford ,. |:13: p.m REV. GEORGE M. WARD, D. D., IMnclpal, Winter Park Fla.
i't U hereby given: that tbe fotlowlnn- The work is being done under the direc- be used for the purpose of paying the .
named aettler linn. ifleil notice of his Intention to
of warden for said
I r make final proof In iipimrl! of hl. claim and tion of George: F. Miles, the general expense a game ARE YOU GOING NORTH ?
li I 'I '2 that said proof will lie made. 'Iwfore Clerk t'lraultCourt manager; Mr. Miles ha*also a groat deal county upon a warrant issued by the
'T I at TitniTllle, FU. on Nov tat, lUOKvis! County Commissioners of said county; THE NEW YORK COMPANY.
IwirifB J,. Iionnikrk. oI Tltnnvillw, Kla., lid. of money Invested In .the enterprise Provided, That in any county where If you are, why not consult! your pleasure GROCERY
I :54l3fortheSExoriectimt2J.Tp' ( lit S,R.34 !E.P and comfort and travel by one of the
warden all "
I k lie name the followluit wltneiw to prove hmc there is no game then money of the famous and
WORTH SEEING. magnificent ships
ntlnu ui. re l said nd-vlxi: N. W. Robinson, of Tltuivllle' popular Clydo Line, sailing from Jack
/ shall be paid by the Clerk to the County !
Flu.; Ewing Hloe, of Tttuiivllle: 1&.) Jefferson: One of the roost Interesting exhibits at sonville. These fine_ steamships are fitted WHOLESALE FRUIT PRODUCE & POULTRY MERCHANTS.
1 Oiyler, of M Iota,1'la.II4, C J. T. Mime, the Mechanics' Fair Boston, Is the self- Treasurer for the use of the fine and with every modern convenience, ; the.
Fla." W. O. ROUJNSIL'II', forfeiture fund. Anyone violating the
ii4 t Pub.fen paid. Itegltter. locking takle block. Invented[ by Captain provisions of this section shall be guilty staterooms are models of comort and We buy for cash, or receive on commission, all kinds of Fruits and Prodm,!

J. O. Walton, which Is viewed by hun of a misdemeanor, and, upon conviction, the bill of fare Is all that could be de and guarantee the highest market prices for all goods consigned. Wo give our I

OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WALton's dreds of people each day. These blocks shall be fined not over ItH.00, or Imprisoned sired. From all places of Importance close personal attention to the consignments, and any business entrusted to us will' I
1 Rapid Calking Tools now In use -oheek. deck and others-are shown In the not over DO) along the East Coast the residents are I
county jail have the benefit of our experience and knowledge are
i s.' I by boat owners In the United States. working In various ways, viz., on over days. patronizing the Clyde, Line and on their of the market. Returns

Price 9(.00 and .OO each at the ADVOCATE head trolleys hoisting and lowering: light Section 7. That any person giving Information return from the Nort.h' many words of made on the day of sale. We solicit shipments of Tomatoes Cabbage, PotatoeM

t : office, Tltusville Fla.! and heavy loads; stretching wires and sufficient\ to convict anotherfor praise are bestowed upon the Clyde Onions, Celery Oranges, Limes, Lemons, Pineapples Peaches Plums, Grape'I iJ
r ropes ol all kinds etc. These blocks, violating any of the provisions of ships and their courteous officers. The etc., etc.
1 1t which lock automatically, are looked service Is excellent, and a trip uporrone
r A Flue Home For Sale. this act shall be entitled to and shall of these and staunch We solicit correspondence and will keep In touch with the market.
upon as the only sure locking block ever receive one-half of the fine Imposed and palatial Clyde ships you
r't Invented. will\ be a revelation. Early applications
A model southern home In South end collected Provided, That party giving The
F 't Among the many prominent.and Influential will secure choice accommodations.For NewYork Grocery Co.,
such bond and
of Urevnrd the Indian information give security
county, on River
men who have seen and tried these prompt attention and particulars,
1 for maintenance 100-111 BRIDGE St. FLORIDA!
rE suit.
,1 in the center of the pineapple belt. Nice JACKSONVILLE
blocks, are John D. Crlmmlnn, one of write to F. M. Ironmonger, jr., assistant
"? ).Ioontdwelllug; and out-buildings. Ten the largest contractors In Xew York city; general, passenger" agent Jacksonville .-- ,
;,w acres in fruiting and pineapples; 40 orange, J. H. Davis, contractor and builder JOE JEFFERSON LOSES. Fla.; or to C. H. Walton, agent ADVOCATE -
lemon, lime grapefruit trees-most Brooklyn X. T. Theodore Myers, ex- office, Tltusville, Fla.
k all have fruit on them. Beautiful yards Comptroller of New York city; George Joseph Jefferson the well-known Seeds For Summer
1 and Crops.
flower garden. Will be sold at a
has lost his John
For fall address Slmms, builder, New York city; Captain actor case against Guy Laud For Sale.
J bargain. particulars-C." : Moore, of the bureau of equipment Roberts, whom he sued for cutting do..ntreea -

f r Care ADVOCATE:, Tltusville, Fla. Dram Charlestown and the navy foreman yard, Boston of the; Captain rigging Hobokus.on the former J. Jefferson When the homesteadat trial was desirable l7;B acres front first-class on St. Lucle pineapple river,land at a, Millets, Sorghums, Soja Beans. Velvet Beans, Peanuts Chufas, Teoslnte, Glal"l
called '
of Charlestown recently at llackensack, N. J. Beggarwued clean. '
department navy yard; For reasonable terms write. ,
', Clothing; Cleaned, Dyed I, Colonel Butler and Mr. Howard chiefsof before Judge Dixon Mr. Jefferson did bargain.V W. W. LCCK.Tlbbals.
the testing department Watertown not appear. It was said that Roberts
r '" Fla. CIiO'Ar :IE: : !ai
Pressed And Repaired. Ladies'dresses arsenal, Boston; B. B. Crownlnshleld was a tenant and was restricted by a =

a specialty. Address, Arthur BInney Starling Burgess, Isaac clause In the. papers from cutting trees Whlpps, Clays, Wonderful. Black, Unknown Ladyflngers.

d SAM PKBKIXS, B. Mills and Small Bros., naval archi without permission. Draylng. Clean Bright Stock; Lowest Prices. Conch Peas, 800: per qt., Postpaid; $1 f
Magnolia: Avenue and 6th Street, teats and yacht designers, Boston; The Judge Dixon decided that M Roberts peck; :....2d bush.J.

t' P. O. Box: :JII;. Sanford, Fla. George Lawlejr Corporation, yacht builders had paid $1GO down with an option of or hauling of all kinds prompt Poultry Supplies Stock Food, insecticides Garden Tools Fertilizers.L. .
Month Boston; and Captain John buying the premises he became an owner ly attended to. Meets all trains. Stove
I Itr: Reading notice ads. on this page G. Crowley, manager of the fleet of live, in equity, and could do a* he pleased wood supplied. CAMERON. The Seed Store,

are live cents per line per week. six and seven-masted schooners. with the trees. ALFRED HADLKT, Tlhuville.Draying 123: East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FL.A.i .

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