Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 12, 1900
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00054
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS -ITave yon paid your subscription ? WHEN YOU GO TO COCOA, GO TO -Mr. 11'. T. Budge/ passed through here HUNTING AND FISHING ON AMONG THE HOTELS.

If not, p'sose do so. Motlow' Saloon, and get good whisky yesteiday on his return to Miami. THE EAST COAST. -

And Topics of General Interest. -Mrs. S. N. Gladwlu's residence Is and good beer. -Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W Burnett, of The ADVOCATE I III now on file at all

looking quite neat and trim in Its coat Messrs. Fred Aldrldge, jr., Chaa. T. Chicago; are the guests of the Indian tho best hotels In New York city.
Duck In this unction.
of white paint. Earl and Harold S. Cox, of Brooklyn, N. River hotel. are plentiful
[ Society and General Goulp In connection Y., have arrived at Nevins' Rlvervlew One afternoon tliln week, Dr. Wold, of Where to stop along the East Coast
WHEN YOU WANT A GALLON OF -Mrs. Geo. B. Hall, of Sharpes, I Is
Canaveral Club kllloovel'
with Biscayne Buy take Worth Indian hotel Meriitt. 400. See list of hotels on 4th and 7th page/
good whisky, send to 1(. L. Motlow, visiting Mr. and Mr*. E. W. Hall for a
Banana and Halifax RI" KeyVet The ADVOCATE correspondent) at Bovine Do want to hotel and
Cocoa, Fla. -Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Sulzner, of St. few days.: you purchase
and all oilier Important Point along the says Fred 1 Houston Is playing great cottages' ? If you do, road lid, on 7th'
East Ooant of Florida. Brief. mention of I -Editor E. V. Blackman, of the East Augustine, were among those who passed Senator E. N. Ptmlck, of Palm havoc among the rll<,connll. He has already
Interesting Events from Various. Part Coast Ilomeseeker, was in town partof through: hero, yesterday) en route to Beach, bus, been spending a few days In killed over one hundred. pngo.Whore
of the World I About People You Know : Wednesday Thursday. Palm Beach and Miami.If Jacksonville this week. to stop In Tltusville. See lio-

and People You Don't KnowPlcked. wo Judge from the number Our Eau Galllu correspondent says: tol and boarding houso ad vts.,_ on 7th
I may ; Father short visit to
-After enjoying a week or two huntIng O'Boyle paid a Frank Young mu! Ezra Hibard caughta page,
Our Society Editor and .I..rrr..alf of Invitations to various events receivedat
up by I hill homo here this week. Ills
at Magnolia Springs, Mr. Eugene many wild cat weighing: pound In a trap
of Correspondent. ynttered, along the Randall left for Okahumpka, Fla., this office, things must be getting live- friends) are always glad to see htm.Mr. they had not fur; other giiino, Mis. Barr Mr. J. P. Sawtullo, of Hardoovlllo, will
Bad Coast of Florida. ly along the East ('oast. bo cotiticcted with Hotel Plaza, Uock-
SPECIAL SALE AT JULIUS KLINE'S, U. 11[. Pl&gler: and party;! are bout sent the skin I to a Now York taxidermist ledgo; this sensoii. .
-Miss Myra Williams, one of Rock- to be mounted.
Titusville, still continues until further expected at Palm Bench to-dity or tomorrow
THE ADVOCATE, notice. ledge': popular young ladies: In In town, ,. to remain for the Benson. 111 t, B. C, Iloywaril, of Charleston: S. Those about to visit Florida would do> I
In advance. visiting Mrs. A,; D. Peiiuey. Her many well' to no to the namos of the best hotels)
$1.00$1.50 per" six annum months, '. -Mr. C. J, Seymour, and family, who' friends are always pleased to sue her .in -The schooner E. C. T.. hue been C., arrived Next In town lie went last Thursday durk hooting eve at which to stop, on our 7th pngo.
arrived from Jacksonville lust week, Tltusvlllo.Mr. hauled out on Nelson's ways this week, ning. day
2.00 per an to foreign countries. are now occupying a cottago In South undergoing a thorough overhauling. and hugged 30! on Saturday ho again Manager: S. Proskoy, of Hotol Cecil/,
When you subscribe for the ADVOCATE Titusvllle. J. Walton, came down from, went out, and brought home 10. OnSunday Now York, and I Hotel Indian River,
by the year, It does not cost you Jacksonville, Tuesday' and left for -Miss Fannya Andrews, of Cooon, arrived !:: he left for Green. Cove :Spilngs.Messrs. :: Kuuklodgo, was. among the passenger:
included. -Master Claude.: Walton In again In Rockledge and West Palm Reach in TttiiHvilln, yesterday, and will
I three cents week, postage: yester- on Wednesday's southbound train.
'Y I Davis and W
H. C. .
bo the of J, D. Crabb for
guest Mil. eoneras
his old quarters\ at Stetson University, day' He expects to retain to the -metropolis ,
Note date of expiration: printed upon after spending the holidays with hisparents next week. day. Bingham/ guests of tho Inn Palm Illustrated folders, of the lino EMil

your paper or wrapper every week. This in Jacksonville Bench, caught hammerhead slunk, Count hotels, etc, to be given away, fro, .
Is a receipt for your money. :No need -Mr. G. A. Letford, rcpiosentlng II. -Miss Aleph Mime, who spent the the first of the week, which measured at the ADVOCATE ofllco. Send two-cent

for us to tend receipt for subscription.The -Mrs. C. L. Wright; and daughter, Bucklen A CO., Chicago, wan a cnller at Christina holidays\ very pleasantly in l(>ft. ill n. Those two amateur fishermen stamp to pay postage., *
date g..eslt to you. Miss Emma, are recent aiiivals In town. this office last Saturday, for the purpose Tltusvlllo with her family, relurm-d to had a tough job pulling tho shark I".
B3T": Please place this paper In your They came from Green Cove Springs and of making' another yearly advertising her school duties .Georgia yesterday Ask Mr. Davis about It, Mr. John Anderson, one of tho pop.
char of Hotel Ormond Or-
'reading room. will reside bore permanently.Mrs. contract for his firm. -Tho launch, Erl King, In commandof niiind managers; has refiirnoil from Portland,,Mo.,

The INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE Is on >4) Curtlss, of Chester; Shoals, Messrs. R. II. Glllln and Jos. liny- Captain Gee D 'O. !Schuyler:: failed to OSCEOLA CLUB, ST. AUGUSTINE whore ho has boon for some month

ale at the following news-stands, at five was among the pleasant callers at this wood, two prominent residents of Ambler much Canaveral last evening, owing to 1)lIlIt.

cents per copy : office on Tuesday. ,She had been do- Pa., friends of Mr. B. F Ives, of the stormy weather on the liver! so returned ,
to lie will make another The Inn, Palm Doaoh, Is said to havo
Tltusville-Fred S. Chnffeo. Ing some shopping In town. LaGrange, arrived' here, yesterday, for port.
J. B. Screven. the purpose of doing some hunting and attempt this morning for ho rarely miss An AnvooATK representative who TO. quite a number of guests already, which
Mr. B W. Jeromo is in town
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Jacksonville-Rathbun hotel. fishing. es atrip, no matter what kind of weatherIt cl'otly'lsltOlI the above club, found It keeps Assistant-Manager Leland Sterry
fixing the engine in Mr. E. M. Good.all's and
Cashier H
Windsor hotel. I Is. an 11 po to-dllte organization.; The club Is ,, Whlttlosey Soarlos quite
launch, Nemo, which la stir onNelson's G. N. Patterson an extensive busy
Alcazar hotel. orange best of the
situated of the
St. Augustine- brother one part
-1\1' W. R. Bole of Captain
undergoing alterations.A ,
ways, grower of Eustls, Fla., spent several days Anclont City, overlooking the harbor Mr. C. A. Crolghton. chief clerk of Hotel
W. A. Bade, of this place, ha arrived lln
here this week. He the
notice ads. are ten cents few fine double yellow-headed came to Inspect town with Ms wife and three chllden, and shipping, where it receives those Indian River Uockledgp, wan a passenger
1Q:. Reading merits of the McFarland tent and went
Mexican German Canary singers cool and breezes 'from tho MundllY's
this parrots; front Georgetown, H. C. Mr. Bule ia the invigorating/ on soutlihound train,
per line on page; and pigeons for sale; Mrs. E. II. Arm away convinced that It was the best; device well known popular general passenger. / ocenn. It contains many large and lofty, Ho was accompanied by several help for
and Mrs. W. II. McFarland 55 street Jacksonville Fla. for protecting orange: trees that he turn ishud Including(
-Mr. strong, Bay agent of the Georgetown and Western rooms, beautifully / the hotel.
pent a day or so at Rockledge this had yet seen. Mr. Patterson states that and residents l ofllou! reception! parlor, library and rending -
''week. -A gentlemen' writing us from St.Augustinu the recent cold snap did considerable Railway, our ate .pleasedto room-which are well supplied, with Dame Rumor says that manager: J.
gays: "I think Orange: damage to unprotected trees In the see him In town. all the finest of tho day II. Pnltun and Mr.\ Lon Cohen had muolt
povlodlual -
-If you want to buy goods: .or our Howe's, Lunch I Room Is up to date with Eusti Lake region. -Among the pleasant callers at thisolllre smoking room, billiard; and pool room to do with the grout: success of the recent
merchants read their ads on In Jacksonville or St.Augustine. He I. !
ritiiHville ball
any the opening at Hotel Rathhiio.
-We have had the pleasure of meet- on wn genial; with two magnificent tables -buffet. and
tl.1 i page. servos excellent meals. ing Mr. D. A. Campbell, who'la In Jacksonville and well-known Sept Chas E. Mvors\ grill room and qultot!' a number of cosy Jacksonville

-Mr. W. E. Gerow, representative of -Work on the new addlton to Mr. W. In the interest of the Warren of the Southern Express Co., whose bod-room, for the convenience of the Mr. C A. Stone, the manager; of tile

|he Standard Oil Co., was In thin town M. BrowrTn residence, at this place, is Chemical Mfg Co., Now York. Mr. heiulquartei l are at Savannah:! Ga. Mr. member Thorn are quite number of now Palm Beach, hotel, Is no new hand 1

{uesday, en routEl80uth.EMEMDER being: pushed fore ward as rapidly: as Campbell is quite a gentleman, and a Myers Is always a welcome visitor to member oonnoctod,' with tho Om'uola: at the business, for he had :25 years' experience

YOU CAN BUY A $:$..00I.ndles' possible, notwithstanding: Mr. Brown's 'hustler for his company, and Is now Tltuavllle. Ho was nccompanled l by Mr. Club, many of tcm| being very Inllueu- ( ns manager and proprietor of
for at JuliusKline's enforced absence at Miami.where he is about finishing the asphultum covering T. T. Weltch,, and both left for Palm tlal gnntinmon: of St. Augustine and the Brook house, Enterprise Its palm
; Jacket $3.4f, looking after his bunking Interest. contract of the roofs of the I mine nee Bead after spending a day or so at the surrounding country, and the club bid duys.

\ ; Tltusville.j new building of the A. V. &. W, HILI!- Indian River hotel. fair to bo quite a MUCOOSH.
-One of the busiest men In Jackson The Graham hotel, the leading house
j -Attorney A. J. Lewis has reiuuvedEom ville during Xmas and New Year was road. Mr Campbell I 18 from Montreal, -Hon. Amos J. dimming, who Is 111 of Palutkn, Is opun all the )'el1r. It has

Fort Pierce to West Palm Beach, Mr. Harry Weeks Mr. Weeks Is the express Canada, and his brother having marrieda In Washington, threatened with pneumonia Stealing Wearing Apparel. moro airl'als than all the other hotels)

0 the regret of his many friends in the delivery agent/ and Is a hail-fellow- Miss Annie Alre an esteemed friendof ought to bo able to survive suchan (put together Mr. Ieals kind and courteous

rmer section.Mr. well-met. Through his strict attentionto the editor of this paper. attack. He baa outlived consump Amelia Andoby had. her sister, Rehocou to the traveling public, and does all

I- Reginal E. Serjeantson, a prom- business, hC"le8tyand subriety, every -Prof. C. It. Cory of Boston, who Is lion. In 187(1( he was editor of the New Mosnly, arrested on Tuesday, ho possibly nun to tndko them feel at
and : off body has a smile and a good word for York Express; he was believed to bolo homo
pent citizen pineapple grower, one of the best-known of the winter charged: with stealing a quantity of wearIng -
critical condition with the dreaded disease
obe Sound passed through hero Sunday colony at Palm Beach, Is the author of a a apparel. The trial was In tho courtof
Harry.Mr. and for he winterIn Mr. 0 D. Soavey I III ready to receive;
1 route to Liverpool England, on a :tlslt"relatl Edward Sudlow, of South Jacksonville new book which ha just been put on Flnilda., '' years A splendid spent every constitution Justice Wilson, who hound. the do- guests at the AIajnoUIHotol; Magnolia
ves.Mr. who Ho West sale at the news Brands. says the Palm fondant over In the sum of 4150), to appear -
to 'Fla.
managed Key I carried l him through, and he 1 18 a more Springs, Mr. E. Brown, duringtln
I D. S. Peters of Newark Went all through the yelluw fever Beach correspondent of the TimesUnionand before Judge Oaulden In the County
and Mrs. Key vigorous: man now than thlltY'leurs ago > past summer room clerk at the Hotel -
? spent from Monday until Tuesday epidemic, during the abnenceof manager Citizen. The book Is a collection of Mr. CuminliiK was visitor to Palm Court next mouth Prosooirtlng Attorney Clminplalgn. Luke Chum pll1lrzn.'N.Y.
and other Butler Smith Is In St. short stories, and ill named from the M. Goldsmith, UNsUttid by A. I). similar
to Rockledge now Augustine
1 town, en route Bench and other East Coast resort last ooouplti a position at the Magnolia
pint* south, on board the yacht Golden where he has charge of the clubhouseand first story, Montozuma's Castle. The winter. }>eoner' prosecuted; and F. J. Webb do- /Spring/ Intel this winter.
lIe which they have chartered. links of the East Coast Golf Club. book Is having a run among the guests the accused. The property Involved
here, and those who have read It are Is valued at $5.00. Tho partiesare The slight; lire which recently took
Miss Alina Egger, who has occupied -Last Friday morning: Mrs. Forest outspoken In Its praise. Professor Cory M arrle.f. colored place nt Hotol lUiselaud Jacksonville

osition as assistant In the -Titusvllle Baldwin ol this place, wife of engineer: Is the secretary of the East Coast: Golf did not In the least Inconvenience any of

st office for quite a while past,left for Baldwin of the F. E. C. It'74 receiveda Club and the author of the book, Hunting The following announcement ha been Tltusville Itoaril of Traile.. the guests, and business has been going/

blladelphla on Friday afternoon last, telegram announcing tbe death of her and Fishing In Florida, which I IIi received at this office: Mr. and Mrs. along "a smooth all marriage .
here It Is said sbe will remain perman- mother Mrs. Louis Hughey, of Mount i, considered the best authority on matters Almond Burrelle have the honor of announcing The IIoHoland, I III beautifully located, '
Cat-met, 111., on Thursday evening; January of the kind.Commodore. the marriage: of their daughter; The usual monthly meeting of the hence Its popularity with the traveling
tly.Dr. 4th at 8 o'clock. The ADVOCATE I above Board was hold on Wednesday public.The.
Bertha. to Mr. Whitman
Loveildge '
F. W. Craven, a former resident and friends, extend condolence In Jno. B. Russell jr., of evening, when Mr. Geo. M. Robbins
J Titusvill, and one-time leader of the their many bereavement.Mr Hartford Conn.' arrived at the Indian Wilcox Kenyon on Tuesday January the occupied theclinlr. Mr. Jno. M.. Dixon, following hotels along the East

Hdlan River Baud, is now In Atlanta River hotel, Monday and has been getting second, nineteen hundred New York treasurer; and Mr J. G. Itast, secretary, I Coast of Floilda are now open and ready

i. The Doctor still has a liking for E. A. Waddoll, a prominent and his fine yacht Eleanor, In readiness City.The were also. In attendance.' No particular to receive guests) Jacksonville St.
rlda, where he says he hopes to Tern popular real estate agent; of Miami, In- for a cruise up and down the East Coast. groom I 18 the father of Mr. Chas business wa transacted, beyond the I James, Windsor, lUtlibun, PlacldeVost-
at no distant date. forms us that he hopes to return to Mr. Russell 'ia a member of the Hart;-K. Kenyon, who owns an orange !grove In reading! of minutes and reports, election morland, Now Hotel Itosoland, Grand

marked of the New Orlaana Dade county at the end of this month. lIe ford Yacht Club, and his boat, which I is the suburbs of Titusvllle; and the bride of new members (bf,+asrs. Cha: *. N. Vlow, Oxford Travelers. St. Augustine
i-A copy received at this office has been detained In New York for some registered at St. Augustine, is said to boone I Is the sister of the deceased Mr. Cha*. Thompson and W H. English; ) etc. ; Magnolia; Buckingham, $t. (George

ally Picayune, of Senator S. R., months past, looking after the extensive of the finest boats In our waters. K. Kenyon. We wish the happy pair a The Board 1 Is In a Nourishing cuuhtlon, Plaza and Abbey. Seabreeze: The Cob
ys: "The friends will be toJam business of his deceased brother, Mr' Ha brought some of his crew along with long life of connubial bliss and prosper and share I Is a snug little sum lu the umbia. Palatka: Graham hotel. De-
of Florida pleased
,allory New Orleans John A. Waddell, whose death was referred him Mr. sell-whom we have known ity. treasury Land:College Arms. Tltusville: Indian
that since he came to Under to in these columns, some time about six years-I* very enthusiastic River. Kocklodgei: The PlazaEau, ,
Us health has much improved.
Ko excellent care of Dr. T. S. Kennedy, ago. over Florida, and seldom let a chance COIIHX IInos' Ontrleh Farm For I'alin lleanh.MHBHH. Gallie: The Granada Eden: The Neth-
when he word for erby. Jensen: The AI Fresco. West
whose he is pan can say a good e .
guest ,
i liar He l la a good; friend to the East Palm Beach : The Semlnole.
o Improvement has been steady, thought For Sale. Dry Goods House on Bay St. Jacksonville Mr. II. I. Campbell, of the Florida
Coast and has been the means of sendt..g ,
as rapid as had been hoped. Frost northern down this is one of tile largest and most Ostrich Farm, passed through Tltusvlllo, The St James Hotel, Jacksonville, I I.
Indications are that the Senator The most desirable property In the many Mr. Russell people alwaysa welcome popular In the State of Florida. The Wednesday, en route to Palm Beach, to ngnin open for the season of I 1HMMU00\
nil not be able to resume his duty in center of Rocklodge, on Barton avenue; way. the trade that thl house did during Christ- get the. ground: In readiness for the ostrich under the management: a* formerly of
ADVOCATE ofllce.
gashington for several weeks." consisting of five acres covered with visitor to ran week enormous. From tIle open farm, which will probably open Mr. J. It.. Campbell. The building line

thrifty orange trees, also two cottages ing In the morning until closing at next week. been remodeled and refitted throughout
thereon. Apply to For Sale.A and a new system of steam heat Installed
Have You Got Chiggers? night, there wan n constant stream of
WHo M. M Enwts, Milford, Conn. throughout the entire house. Followingare
men women and children shopping, at Tltiiavllle Laundry.
After Nov. 20th, Hock ledge, Fla. fine, walnut, Cottage Organ, nearlynew this Ideal emporium The latest fashion the olllce stall and head of departments
Gas lime will clear them out on* short cheap. Land care Ga Co. Jack : Cashier, H. E. L. Smith; Stewart -
; *was not the only reason of this house Mr*. Geo. Cook, of Tltiuville, I I. now
tice. It ia also a good disinfectant $1OOO Worth For Sale. sonville, Fla.Slioemaklng. doing such an Immense Xmas business, prepared to do laundry work of every W. E. Davis tie{: room clerk A, It. Wood;
r your poultry yard ar.d coops. I have but It wa the popular price also. description. Alfwork guaranteed.Leave In chargo of nine room, William

at i.1.5O per barrel. Oak furniture, crockery, first-class and Kepnlrlng. This establishment, Is I now getting In your washing at G. F. Duren'i Iloban; John Morlssoy: In charge of the
Fla. cafe lu"dwalter, Lee Walker and housekeeper
G. F. PADDISOX, Eau Gallie ;
mattresses etc., equal to new. and opening up their spring goods. corner store, opposite ADVOCATES olflce.
Mrs. E. L.
will bo of the ,
W. R. CAMPBELL, Their display one
Beautiful Home Places. Melbourne, Fla. All kinds of repairing promptly attended In the south, and a* for their line To Kent. One of the most comfortable family

to by William Bassett, Hopkins of goods, ladle and gentlemen' hotel In St. Augustine: I I. the Hotel /St.

street(near Bouknlght's: boarding house), glove. of all description, they are now For the winter months, a four-roomed George. It I Is first-class. and can accom-
E-.l Fort Pierce and North Ankona. Empty Sugar and loco Barrels Titusvllle Fla. showing In their Immense window and cottage completely furnished, situated modate' trIO guest The dining-room I*

Elite for descriptive diroulars.C. piled up on the counters and the prices on the bank of the Indian River (Hobo quite a picture of neatness, and everything
T. McCABTV, Ankona, Fla. For sale. Address WALTER, A. MOOIIE Horses and Mule Now on SaleAt which are marked In plain figures, show Sound), commanding a beautiful view Is excellently arranged-even to

at once the popularity of title mammoth of the ocean. Good boating, fishing and the tables, with their snow-white linen,
30feb 8 St. Charleston S. C.
For. Sale. George : the Magruder stable, Sanford, Fla. dry good store. Cohen Bro pay strict hunting. For particulars, apply to the silverware, and the pretty, wbltewaltr..e.
attention to mall and express: order W. GoittioN IJuoww, ., moving notslessly about with
About fifty head of horse, mule and
Cottage for Itent. Call or write and get their winter and Hobe Sound: Fla. their rubber-heeled shoes, politely at-
all took guaranteed a*
Horse and wagon, complete. Apply ponies; reprosented spring price. tending/ to the wants of the !guest This
reasonable.J. .
W. GOUDON Baowsf., On of the most desirable cottage on Conicy BKOH., hotel has lu own kitchen garden and
II. MAER: Sale Agent: ,
Hobo Sound Fla. A UCl&utlrulVlnter Homo
located Melbourne :2t Jacksonville Fla. therefore tbe
the East Count, at ; Sanford Fla. farmyard; patron are
overlooking the Indian River, next doorto sure of getting every thing supplied them

Notice. Hotel Carleton; one story and large Htiapit lit Heal Estate!> For sale very cheap, on east sldo of at the table fresh and good, it has also
large attic; wide porches; contains parlor To Let Furnished Hobe Sound\ !, Indian River; opposite a very cosy vcrand.v for those who wish
dining-room, library and two bed- store, postolllce and express office; about to bask In the beautiful sun of this
{Call upon C. W. Crabb, Cocoa, and rooms, all completely furnished, Including Manalapan Cottage; a most desirable Winter home, Orange groves. I have 15 acre, 300( ft. river and Atlantic ocean southern clime. It overlooks a tine.
title those little I. O. U. accounts due silver'ami china. Attic can be used residence, situated most pleasantly be a few special bargains in Improved properties front; seven room*, bath and screened green croquet lawn, which Is bordered
jr-0 J. D. CKABB, Agent. as"bedroom also. Bath Is supplied with tweeD ocean beach and Lake Worth; ) from Fort I'lerce southward to verandah. Ground Irrigated by windmilland with the choicest of rose trees and

hot and cold water. Artesian water in contain 12: bedroom, large dining room Eden. Two 10noIC orange Grove, one large tank. Good wharf and warehouse shrubbery. At the office will be found-

Fine Lunches. bath and on lawns. Range In kitchen. and reception ball kitchen: and other 525 trees, one flCIO! tree Fine condition. ; also .l-room bathhouse on ocean ready to escort the weary traveler to a
Out-houses and cistern. For the season convenience Surf bathing and excel- Along railroad In south part of Brevard beach !mile from residence. Cocoanuts delightful and cosy bedroom-a couple

If you need a good chop, steak or sny- :$200; per month (not lew that three lent fishing and hunting; ten mile from county. Lands suitable for grove; at and ornamental plants. Apply for Illustrated of gentlemen who have a good hotel reputation

Bng else In the eating line, do not fail, month lease given), $;;0. Palm Beach and one mile from Hypo- $'L& to4*>0 per acre. Write for plats, price booklet, price, etc., to Mr. H. 8.Greeu, manager: ; and

hen In St. Augustine, to go to Orange Apply to f. Robertson, Hotel Carleton luxo, across Lake Worth. Address, lists and pamphlet CIIAS. R. SKKJEAMTSO: : Mr. R. A. Drown, his assistant; while la
..oweaNLunch and Oyster Rooms,corner Melbourne, Fla.; or to W.C. Barnes, J. Bnowx, AgentIiypoluxo ''C. T. MCCARTY P. O. Ankona, Fla. 311 Jackson Building, the parlor will be found"the charming
t Cache"r,.l place, near the bridge. I 1733, Q Street: Waablnjtoa, D. C. i' a. Railway station, North Ankona, Fla. Nashville, Tenn. proprietress, Mrs. F. S. Tjrler.

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4% iJt' f \ Affifc Having 11. u's a Great Cough Hun Itemedy.on Chamber Yeast-The 'Avray north pole Off. seems to be I To TIle Deaf. SEED PO'I:'A TOES

i I away off douBu't It? A rich lady, cured of her deafness and ,
of the Pierson
1 Manager Martin drugstore
nolH"s In the bead by Dr. Nicholson'*
Informs us that he Is having a Crlmaonbeak: and so do the fel
ADVOCATE Artificial Ear Drums $10,000 to bit
jf Jl:1'eatrun: on Chamberlin's Cough: Remedy lows who think they can find It.- Institute, so that deaf people unable to

He sells five bottles of that medi- Yonkers Statesman. procure tbe Ear Drums may have them Improved Rose $:3.00 per barrel. Special prices to large buyers. WrlA|' t cine to of other kind and It
one any '
I free. Address No. 1134: Tile Institute,

4 Ir //111 i /gives la grippe groateritatisfactlon.there Is nothing In like these Cham-daysof HIM Mlrabcll llevlnald'a Mark:/ was a beautiful Mlntnlce.maid 780 Eighth; ,Avenue New York N. Y. menials from largest potato planters Florida.

berlin's Cough) Remedy to stop the cough So rounded and buxom sod plump. Full line of fresh Garden and Field Seeds always in 'stock. Write fo'" f\fa i1)] ?,

i heal up the sure throat and lungs and And never to ride on a wheat ihe'd -y.d"Nor To 'Whom It May Concern.
T I give relief within very short time. The stood on the poJnli to pump; L. CAMERON Seeds tfi,
; Ai a matter of fact ambition she lacked,
I I II union are growing/ and all who try It are
with Aa an athlou ih. was but a chump. Notice la hereby (given that the branch FIsh. JACKSONVILk
I i pleased Its prompi action.--South 125 East St. f'J.A
Bay .
erlBH heretofore operated l>y this Company at i
Chicago Daily Calumet. For sale by Now Rctfnald Rnook tvoa 4 dnmon to ride, Fort: Plume and: .Sebaatlan: Flu I ?under the mansaeinent -

all Druggist's and Medicine dealers. Anu tie worshiped" MI.! Mirubtlle :Mark, of Mr. A. III. Sample were clone onUuuemlior ----------- .-
So ho nailed with a tiindoin night,in lila \ 1st.,and delivered to Mr. A. M. Sample
1 1I 1f And ppraimdod. her forth to the park pride I who began operating: them on that. date Imrlnnbill onhis GEORGE MARX. JOHN .f\tAA:$..
own Hoconnt. Any ixtrnnn or persona
wtndtnr----florae*. II* tliouKlit him In luck .. her cult ol white duck against this Cmnpany on no'mint of either
g Visitors who have attended the sales Slum urth ilk, a moon In the dark. of the above branch ah..rleo l will ploutlepresent 1VJ.A.1R. JBJl : IwrVV'yr

at the Chicago market have been astonlubed pan,.for settlement. at this otllce. >rs
Tou may aee than art forth With a toggle and FLORIDA FISH *, ICE COMPANY,
at the thrilling exhibitions of aquralMiss Wholesale Dealers In
f JiickBonvlllo, Fla.
Illeetl 1 In "winding" ,horses. The trials I Mlrnboll? gets on behind; janll '
Bold lU'fflnnld balnnret then on the wheel,
usually occur on the National Horse GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE.
Cuniuii-iK Inn 10 labor and grind- N CIKCt'IT COURT OF THE BEVKNTHJudicial .,
I Commission avenue and frequently re- She 1 I. heavy to alt, and he won't work a bit. [ Circuit of Ftnrlda, In and for Bre- ,
5 suit In sensational accidents. The buyer And it will not be easy, he'll find. ward County In Chancery.
4 An EI1TASA16Ni Is entitled to have his purchase D. W.Tuttle 131 and 133 East Bay Street and 6 and 8 Mewnan Street,
You may .... them return. They hail gone but a -v SForeclosure of Mort
N R MRE winded. The animal is hitched to a mile Rohert. Hardee, gage. Order. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

cart and driven up the avenue and When Itoitlnald up aryl I he balked; Emma P L.. naniue Hlck8no.and J!
then run at top speed! for an eighth of "You aren't worth a cent; move your feet: torawlillcl"

i f __ a mile, which determines i Lf Its wind is To You Joseph are hereby I. Hlckiion.required a eon to-resldent.appear:, to the bill ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT. HOUSES IN THfS CITY
And ho and
fretted perspired talked. of complaint Sled) afcalnot you In the above ..
The double teams are harnessed ./ ---
good. vWe
But iho wonld.i't work hard, and hla languag Itjarred. caumt. at the Clerk's Otllce of tbe Court iu. TltiiHvllle -
THE SPORTING WORLD. tol heavy truck and the wheels .. Florida. ,upon the
kinds of Seed and Potatoes anj
for all
are headquarters Eating <11't'l>\> tIeRS
80 la allenoe "omthoy have walked t
blocked, and a young Hercules with FIRST MONDAY IX FEBRUARY, A. D", 1000
Chioago Newe.Mnaieavr guaranteed genuine. We alsoVegetables. carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Fee A In the of six voice and whip urges the horses! to This order will be publlnlied with M little
novelty way clay cycle --- delay as maybe,once a week for four consecutive your Oranges and Give us a trial and you will bo pleasedMARX ,
races will be seen In New York during their utmost pace. The spectacle Is as Dacki. weeks In the Ixi>MC RIVKR AovorATF:, *

the week t beginning Doc. 4, Instead of exciting as a fire department outfit The Muscovy duck Is one of the largest publlshedatTituavllieandposted. and mailed, BROTHERS Jackson. u1; Flo.
as required by 'law 11r" We only Sell to Dealers.
a number of then pi-dallng uionotonourily rushing at top[ speed! to a conflagration of the duck family and is very Wen at the Clerk's Office at Tltimvllle Flor

for a week, t'.() men will cnm- In these exhibitions a nervous team hardy. Crossed with the Pekln or ida, this 22ml day of December,A. D., 18UD.J.A.STEWART.

pete In pnlrn. Each ton in of two will occasionally gets beyond control of Aylesbury! l breeds, a superb fowl for Court., 1)V"
(L. B.) Clerk Circuit
be allowed( to relay often the driver, and a serious accident re- market results. The crossbred( birds
its as tUey
T> C.
RonnitH&! OUA HAM, By.O. A.Stewart,
!*rlsli, 'but each rider must IIP on the sults. Horses that under ordinary are sterile, /nod the eggs do not hatch Solicitors for Coiuiilalnant., decli'ijunSO. John B. Stetson

track for only 72 hours IIlto etlll'l'. or conditions are perfectly tractable In which IndloiitfH that the Sluscovy may University

12 hours during each day. them trials frequently become unman- not be a true duel Their eggs require

I This change will break up the monotony nf.tl'nhll'. to Imminent danger; of life the Hiitntf length of time for Order of Publication. vDELAND.

t[. that was the bane of former afJ and limb of the driver. ComnilsHlon, hatching; as do those of the goose. FLORIDA.

men should wind ft young nervous Utah Experiment Station. CIRCUIT COURT OK TUB: BEVEVTH ,
horse with n steady, well broken animal IN Judicial' lrrult.. In and for Hrevard Coun
ty. In Chancery
I and accidents would then be --
I-" I Frank E.Hoi th and Khrlck
: avoided.-Drover's Journal.It Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble R suiter, HH Kxccutnra of ,
j Estate: of John Heath 11 EIZPJ Tf14UULLJY
r .and Don't Know it. ,,0... '
J JJ hiss been demonstrated repeatedly in : _V B- ( }Foreclosure ."-" ,
J uow.To rind /ut. rimrlcs C. Converse urn! Mary I
oveiy state In the Union and in many, .J.I'nnvnoe. his. wife, and the .
Fill bottlo
J : foreign countries that Chnmbeillo's a or common glass with your Finn ,In Hardware Coiiipniiy' a
water and let It &.and twenty-four hours;: a corporation.To .
Cough acoitnln
Remedy i preventative
underlie, for croup. It has become the sediment or settling Clmilea C. Converse and :JIary J. Converse.It .

t't'I' ,>* \ Ma. I universal remedy for that disease M. Indicates an l I. hereby or'lpreil that von appear. at theClek'slhireatTitusville,1'iorldu ..
/ to the bill
I V. Fisher of Liberty, W. Va., only reents > unhealthy condition : of conmlulnt entered aicalnst you in the above
; > what has been said around the of the kidneys entitled cause,upon the ,

I lobe whore he write: "I have used ; If it stains FIRST MONDAY IN FE11RUART!', A. P, 1SOO(,

f' 111 ybambei'lln's Cough Remedy, in my your linen It Is and annwer said bill I In due courseVtberwlde. the
\ family for several and always with evidence of kid- same will be taken against yon It" contended,
I ney trouble: too nnd f ii r l her.tint this order be pnbllHhml with as
I perfect, BUCCOHS. We believe that it is little delay an may b.. In the I:'-
lot only the best cough remedy, but frequent desire to VOIIATG piililinlipd at Tltlt vWe. }'I ': hat It Is a sure euro for It has pass It or pain In eHch week for elf| lit consecutive week .
4'l ( .t ra croup. --- the back Is also \Ixme by order lit the Clerd'a t faire, at Titusvllle -
\ : lived the liven of our children number this the 12th day of December A. l>. 181)1))
4I convincing proof that the
:f 1lN ; of times." This remedy is for sale by out:of kidneys and bladder A. A. STE W A Tt'r. For Both Sexes. This Scholastic Year ]J1&;an
Clerk of the Circuit 4'on.t.Hy .
all Druggist's and Mod id dealers.
,{ ", What to Do. O.A. 8TMV AIl'r. U. C.Administrator's October 3rd. Send for Catalogue
There la
-- comfort
'I7ro -- -- In the knowledge so

The lInn! to Pleafle. often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- Notice.
b r !! There's no use dhcuKltlu/C-the/ man Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills\ every : College, Academic, Normal; Art and Music DepartmentsLarge, n11J1fJdJoo8DOI'mi"tory

: who eats the chicken noon comes to wish back, In kidneys curing, liver rheumatism bladder and, pain In the PERSONSitAVINOCLAIMS( : -: AOAIN8T buildings. with perfect sanitary arrangement; artesian watt/'\ ,,$tc., IDsuilng -

k' choose the stall fed over the range every part ALL estate of W. C. lliimar., Into of llrevard healthfulness
of the perfect heated
buildings by team 22
urinary It ; throughout t"lty tf
passage. corrects inabillt"to dereaseil\ ;
'" bird. The chick which Is confined and : County, Fl : M'EACTIERN.faire : hold:\ water and scalding In to iiresont them toO the undersigned trained
ARCRIE pain passing properly and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue\ containing fuJ1l1't""Allitloo.Addl'e i .
for market more tender than
it, or bad effects following u"n o f IInr,/-,. Diitheuticatedwithin the tlmef'ro.crlhe.1hS
of this character. The men will one which has been allowed to build wine or beer, and overcomes that t l law, or this notice will be pleaded In liar of s. J. F. FORBES Prtl'I .,ht
Have unpleasant And all owing "ahl estateare
plenty of time recoverv. persons
to eat and rest and
'i" up muscular tissue by exercise. If birds necessity of being compelled to go often hereby rermlred. to make Immediate Day- .
( will appear on tie track; In good shape. are.to be kept exercise Is necessary; If during the day and to get up times fluent to n e. -- -
'r.Y I Tbo rrault will be a. greatly Increased tilled and the highest price realized during the night. The mild and the extra- This firth day of December:! A. BROWN.BherHT D., 1RHO.jnSEl'HP. .. cH/as.: :: :E3L-c.T: t& O. .

mileage and excitement during the then soft fat. plump bodies are what ordinary effect of Swamp-Root Is soon and as Ex Olllclo .
" q< whole of the 112: hours of the contest. w > wanr. The man to please Is he who realized. It stands the highest for Its won- Administrator of the Estate. of said Deceased.Iddecefeb DEALERS IN -

yt''; Several teams from abrond will compete handles the knife and fork on the derful If cures of the most distressing cases. F-:1D..e: 'W171a: : ...s end: :: r-l.Qu.: X $,
so that the tournament will be an blrd.-l\Inlnl' Farmer you need a medicine you should have the
international onu. The following\ are best. Sold by druggists In SOc. andI. sizes. Notice. 417 41O W. Bay $*,,

Borne of the teams which have entered: alI want to lot the people 'who suffer I wonderful You may have a sample bottle e-vn/".-of this JACKSONVILLE \ >fJA.MONONGOHKIA { .
II' Fred Schlnneer and Fred Forster, from rheumatism and sciatica know that and discovery TVTOTICE Is hereby given that on the 21st day
,". two veterans o'f well known Cham berlin's Pain Ilaltnrelieves after a book that tells n;, J\ of May. A. I) 1INN1), or as noon thereafter as I atr
t. ability; me more about It, both sent r'' 54' 4., can be heard, I will apply to Ms Honor D. L.
Archie :McKachern, the unpaced chaniI number of other medicines and doctor absolutely free by mill a Oau1 ,
/, >lon and Otto Maya the handicap tad fl1lle It is the bent liniment I have address nnal settlement of mv soo/l hints and a| provalf
known Dr. Kilmer & rtome of SWM*,.Root in y dlHtrlbiitloii of the assets of the };"Iato of
. winner; Karl D. Stevens of Muffalo ever of-J. A. DOODEJC, Alpliar- Co., Binghamton, N, Y. When writing men- It i. C. Smith, deceased, and for my discharge Rye IMslcey
; :-' etta, Ga. Thousands have been cured tram the of tall i estate.
and Charles Turvllle of Philadelphia\ tion reading this generous offer In this administratorship
paper.WANTED ,
of rheumatism by that remedy. One 'v. I. ALI.KV
first nod second, respectively, In the .Administrator ul '
application relieves the For sale
i r' pain. Via 8th, I"OO. Delivered to
San Francisco ienaen '
; :21 hour
race lust
by all Druggist and Medicine deulers.hrnpiihlrc Graham '
Robbiiis & for Administrator.
Att'ys 1'a ANY PART OF THE STA tf PO$.
Johnson and Couieau, a crack team of MitmiKera in thl*slate to rep- t
resent me In their own and atirroumlinirnmintlen. #
i sprinters; D. V. llabcook and W. C. :
""" Willing to pay )early ttlml, payahlo : $3.20.
Honest ... .
to travel .
Stinson weekly, Doatrnlil man or woman '
4 t good all round wen; John jllivrp.Tbo employmunt with unusual WANTED house salary' SH9 monthly and
I'''I; Lawson and Oscar Julius a Swedish spread of the 8hrop llre) "sheep' la Rfitf-a'IdreftBfMl npiiortimlclea. fttmuiieit]Keferenoeii, envelope.nxclmngeil.' 8., A.Undone Park expenseH, with Increase; : position permanent "+?' I'P' 1'ERGALLON. EXPRESS P11LI'AID.

pair; Ilarloy Davidson and Alfred among the most remarkable featuresof 32U Cnxton! Building Clilcniro. ; encloseaeifaddreseerl etc mlsdeneelope.DIA .
NAOMI,8.10: Caxton building ;
\\.j. Itoake, a crack combination from Can the latter day live stock trndc. Its ,CblcnKO. pal r'' Miami Rye, $.J,. per Raj'oA;'

'j 1 ada.t rapid growth In popularity and widespread -- t .r Gibson Rye, $4, per gttll UV
'Ye" Lewis 'lill(! ) .
.. aya"e
Gnu a In Ilo,.le. do dissemination. In thin country The Nation's Rye and Corn $150toper2.LO't: { gallon.\
not fled
parallel In the
hlsforv of
,, It has been discovered by some curious the otht'r"nrl'tlC's of stock! find Its "San fflateo 1. Mount Vernon Rye, ISltt, $5: pet gallon.
--- --- -
that the
person famous whist .
authority ------- -
fame has! spread to Tarot countries.Hrcedor's .- --
lloylo. also wrote on golf., Cassette. / Best Clg'ar.It' FOR
That was way back In 1808. when the $ 3.20.
I .
game was barely known outside tho

t... Scottish border. Iloylu's comments on it if would ever superstition IK when could find excuse ,.% t nilhloridlL. Sent to us by Express postofflce order or New York Exchanr\ VVe will

,. the game appear very amusing now, the send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID, '
and his description of the club and expectantmother .
calendar i (' FOUR FULL QUARTS .
bulls may prove Interesting to '
our band, ponders the 1' c.

modern"This players favorite: summer amusement days fortunate and 44.- Why buy imported cigars made from heavy tropical tobacco doctored with Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old

In Scotland la played' with clubs and! hopes that opium and other drugs: when you can have the pure Florida loaf at a five-cent

4 balls. The club Is taper, terminated the baby's'b-.--- price? Calhoun Pure

la the part that strikes the ball, which I birthdaymay Rye Whiskey

part Is faced with horn and loaded fall on FREE BY MAIL TO ANY1 Box of 25; .... .$1.00

i with load. There are six sorts of clubs aluclcytitne.It We htj In PLAIN PACKAGES, no marks to Indicate contents (which will A., ')
used by goodl'lllyernnmely,the common to is wish natural the ADDRESS......j Box of 60.$1.75 your ment..W.When 20 will you cheerfully get It and rcfnn.lml.teat It If It ThlsWhlakeyisasltoollasany6.O0golnisiptbasgaetetve Is not satisfactory return it at OUR EXr2&ii: : fcooi.and

ohib, used when the ball lies \ are close at hand end can give you *: than
on ,
bent of fortune Wh\ "v.
i "" lean doing husinmiB In this city and at the same stand, for over 15 YEARS V
the and A
ground; the scraper and half for s.N' PON8nUUTY AND a. IES
I : REl'UTATIO.N for
Ow dealing,w. refer to
you any mercbanl bob. or to
the editor of this
scraper, when In long grass; the spoon, those we love. Why not will fortune as paper.

when In a hollow\ ; the heavy Iron club, well as wish it for the child? SOLOMON & LEVI

,1; when It lies deep among stones or The greatest fortune any mother can SAN MATEO, FLA, 1028{) & 1930: First Avenue,

mud, and the light Iron ditto, when It bestow on her'chilt! is a healthy body P. O. Box No. 33. -

x lies on the surface of shingle or sandy and a happy mind, and with this great BIRMINGHAM, .tA

ground., child fortune t if she every will.mother The child's may endow stock the of = a I I NYrJeEI-WeJlayExpI'Oll8rharp"toan. lint;: 'to point on IIn". of? other: > points nwtM by "SOUTHERN EBtJ1hp! S CpMPANY. ;
"The balls E. H. .ARMSTRONG Express Companies,
are considerably smaller we prepay only to ""bo"
Southern &; I
health is what the mother supplies. The '.or" Company transfer to said other Express Company. !
t than those used at cricket but much weak and worried woman has A __
a -
-- --
harder being made of horse leather, lender stock of health very -
to bestow
stuffed with feathers in a peculiar the baby. on. y ;,a "fir Eye (. Specialist: H. A. HODGES. '

% manner, and boiled." Dr. Pierce's Favorite
nnd WATCH JOBBER to the public
makes mothers
Annelnn- healthy and happy. It 1 r t yAG Manufacturer of
I" does away with the misery of morning t I will sell the
high grade Elgin and VTaltliam
snit the beautiful iiickness. It ..Cypress and Yellow Pine
girl "did strengthens the nerves, Watches In the Beet Made UO-year Gold Filled Lun1bc.t,
you know that Harold la an annex. gives the body a feeling of buoyancy, Cases *d.8S to 12.!3. Solid Gold ROUGH AND DRESSED. .
nigh Grade Orange Box Heads
makes Fruit and '
atlonlst? the mind cheerful, gives vigor Fountain Pens, !>8o each. VegetafcU ('ratfd
"Oh, he is. Is he and elasticity to the Any one contemplating; shedding tbelr pineapples or In
? growled the old organs peculiarly An illustrated catalogue mailed free. oranges or hjl.nC\1tJa; \( j
man. "' ell. I'll bet that Harold does feminine, and baby's advent to the world Inducements and discounts to Special any part ot Florida, would do>> well to write for prices The saw mills alii, \\PIJ1lt8(1 i
is free from danger and agents. at Buffalo Bluff, near l'nlatka, on the J.. T' K. VV"
painless. Ry. Lumber
know any more about annexation "lIfy .. habl" ..... Office 63V Bay St. JACKSONVILLE FLA. part of the East Coast. rtellvertl\\:! to I\nl
Mill-born and I Address: II. A. HODGES '
Buffalo Flt
than a cow knows about gunpowder." .uffered .very. th'ns' but d..tb.. ." wntft ... >> 1I\1\i, i
"Oh, yes, he does.." 1o"h.KuphemU.. Falconer: of Trent Muskegon -- -----__ __ 00 ____.. ____ ------ -------- ----- ___ __h -
I ----
""'hen be talks w.. three w. reduced ta rOO) P"1- COol i --- 1
about annexation I month along with
my thmj child I
don't believe ht oven knows what ho -. takeD with bemonhalf' or aoodlnir and Ph CO. ESTABLISHED 1880.
cam. near having' a minmrrtnge from lera.le Supply I
wants to ..
annex pomiated the old weakaea. For two month. 1 was under the ..
man. are of our doctor but w.. getting weaker all :
the time until I pent and three Bond Lumber
got bottle of Co.
"Ten. Indeed '
he does Favorite '
asserted the Pre.criptloa.l I *mpro ed feat and
beautiful girl. CIODUDuad to take your medicine until baby was .. .A, 'eiLtP3; En& tJlln..u.;: Xvoclnlc Oo. ,
bora aad he .
II I ta -bftlth, sad ." right.
i "Well Illy
what Is It?
health bee been loud em "aCt I now weigh Manufacturers of and Dealers In

I.. !,! Naturally":\le," after being thus made the Intoxicant 16S-'poUDd.There: .i b" in no alcohol whisky or other K oDif LIS( Tile only house In Florida devoting Its time to the LUMBER LATH SHINGLES, FLOORING

: 1 Tlctlm of a confidence game there was neither does it Favorite contain Prescription. ," 1 AMATEUR. SIDING, C(]UNGf
any opium or
4 nothing for the old man to do other OUR
except narcotic.
, SI'ECIALTYpeveloplng and
to "Hies Printing.. Mouldings Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered
say ;you my children. -Chicago Dr. Pierce's Fleaaant Pellets do aDd Sawed,4f l&tI
not re- Give us a trial. No trouble and Vegetable Crates. 'Ve solicit
r Post. act on the system They are a perfect answer questions. corre pondenclt.

,z" medicine. 01 King Street ST. AUGUSTINE: FLA. Saw, Plating and Shingle Mills DeLand at Bond and Stills Tltusrllle., on 'J., T. A K. W. R'y. Aidl It !


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A Wonderful Vannix (',..11101. We Carry on Hand

aita. )[. noIlBI R. WALTER OlLiHAM. The! Kings County Wheeluieu of

OBBINS & GRAHAM, AVOID DANGER -- Brooklyn have young: rider In their I'

II. n. THOMAS, corner Arian a tanks whim they consider a bicycle\ the finest stock to be obtained and are prepared to
and MndUon fresh Drug makes nils rider, Walter Smith, U
ATTO& EY8-AT.LA\V prodigy.
execute all orders promptly. We only solicit the i iwtlOlf3
fresh :MoekingBird Food, sellsthe\ best", I only 14 j.-aru old and hlIt Is said, _
No Store Residence
FIca HOURS:From 10 to 12 a. m.,, Hotel, Boarding House or Cigars, finest Soaps and I'erfunierles'', i mnnlfostol l clmmplouahlp form In following business of dealers. '

and 2 to 4 p. mTTrQVTLLE should be without the Anti- and puts! up prescriptions just rl hteVl'ry pare and cutting down records. lt f -t O

i Brevard Co., FLOKIDA. day m the year. Give him a For n youngster Smith Is wonder.. Let us have your orders for puio Maine drown ;'
|O. Bo*. 208.wulprsctlce. trial.Thomas'. Seed Potatoes.
Germ Water Filter lie! Is a nuxlcst little fellow althoughhe Ptf16
In all the oourtj-eute and fad Chill and Fever Ton to. .$ 50 / O

Mocking Bird Food . . 2S has already rlildcu a bicycle In Ijp1 -. We purchase our send In car lands direct from the
11 Special f aeititlei. for examining and perfect Thomas* Cough Cure. . . 25'I'hmnas" : world' record time. In a number of o
I It land tttles.L. Iron Tonic. . . . 7.1: trials against the watch In the past! Celebrated Maine Send.Farms.

Thomas' Nerve Hestorer . . 60( season he luis been remarkably successful. o
QAULDE3T, I Thomas' Beef, Iron and W .\t the present time be hold (U T Quotations mailed ou application. Stencils furnished.

.r Thomas' Rheumatism Cure .25 and 50; the amateur world's records at onethird .
Manufacturer and Agent for Young's of a mile In :\k) 3.:') seconds half
In all the Courts of the State 1 I Ik ppJJ 9/ We ate In the bust possible position to handle your
Florida I C Magic Cures n milt! In 45; 4-0 seconds anti ouu mile r
and the United State Court consignments and solicit themguaranteoingfor
|J1. U Box 230. TITCSVIIXE, FLA. Young's Magic 011. . . . 25: In 1 111. ;lUJaRs.He :: the same our prompt personal attention.
Young's Magic IY81'epl1ollCure.. 10YOllnJ \> has defeated such men as Km-
Money to Loan. 18! k \ t'& Magic Consumption Cure!! 00YOIlDg' flier WahrenburK.. Schofleld. I.ike nUll WHITE & WALTON.

Catarrh Cure. . 25
GOLDSMITH, P ;( Ulcht In competitive work. Possessing. _, .h_ __ _" __ __ .... .. ___ __ __ ___ ___ ____ __. ___ __ _
Tile following people were either remarkable speed. Smith! has not ridden

j 1.IIPrlqi' !, ,_ cured or found relief after using on the road or raced upon the trackto COnUF.81'ONUKNCE INVITKI 8TKNC1LB KUHMSHKO.
A7TORNEY-AT-LAW '- $. tfltll' l ,'II 11 II' Young's Magic/ Cure : excess and Is expected to prove a
Mrs W K: llurbagu was given to
up ,
Water bring clear and sparkling 1s no die of consumption two years ago by wonder hi competition and record riding McCOMB & CO.
ITU8VILLE. : FLORIDA.J. proof it Is pure. Well or cistern water one of New York's greatest specialties. In season or two. Under careful

that is full of typhoid fever and malarial After using The Young. Magic Cure trl\lulJ1lll1l'xt season be will ride In the ,

WEBB, germs may be perfectly clear. she is still living to-day. Eider II V local tournaments and will make an
Is your drinking or cooking water [Skipper, President Second Advent aSMmlt1110n some of the amateur rec
muddy or cloudy ? Keadily cleanse it Christian church Georgia and Florida, ords. Bermuda Cuban :and SouthernGrowers'
ATTORSEY-AT-LAW, from all earth, sand, insects or llme.Is cured of Bronchitis( ten years/ etand- --

Will practice In the Courts of the 7th the water you use bad smelling or ing. Mrs Moncreaf, mother-in-law Lire of a r..flllht.
Jiroult. Taxes paid for non-resldeuta tasting ? Is It too much trouble to clean I>r J N Jones, dentist of Jacksonville, The boxer has plain course marked
'nd rents and accounts collected. out the cistern or well as often as shouldbe was cured of paralysis. A rich bank- out for him. Ills career Is necessarilya

? Is the drainage from !house, stableor er's daughter, spending the sunum-r short one. The period between his and
ITU8VILLE, FKORIDA. privy dangerously near your water with A O MacDonnell, general imaapiiger twentieth and thirtieth years coned! Shippers' Agents

supply, so as to make you anxious 7 and ticket agent of the )l< C its P tutee his haymaking time for seldom ,

D. PENNEY Have you had typhoid or malaria: in your U'y I Fernandina. found immediate relief does a man/ after passing his thirtieth
family lately and realized that the water I\ftpruslllgThe Young Magic Cure
retain the fire und speed to compote
used may be responsible for it ? Then Dr 8 I' I)ownt>H, physlch\lIul\dslIl'A't"lm. year "
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, get a LITTLE UUOWN JUG FILTERat of Monticello, (:a., writes) "I have with the robust youngsters continually OOO Watils/hington' : : St.: I w'YOrl> ;..

its low popular price, and you are cured a widow lady of consumption springing up. Therefore tho
'ITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. safe. It will remove impurities with The Young Magic\ Cure." Mrs boxer with a level head will live
RKFF.JIKNIJICII-Commerohal Agencies reliable house In New York.
fill practice In all the courts of the 7th fejyThey are very cheap, and will Mary 1Vilchert an estimable Christian quietly, work hnrdl\nlll1l1ve hU money or any
Judicial last a lifu-titno. When writing for in lady, of i\lO\ Bridge/\ IItrt'I'I.Jal'kllol1vllle.! In order Unit when he has passed Into -- -- -
Circuit formation please inclose stamp. All orders Fla., says' her son was cured of consumption the "eenr and yellow loaf"/ lie may not KHTA1IU9I1KD1870.\

must be accompanied by cash. by the Young Magic Cure bo nt the mercy of the cold worhtwhich
ADZES ANDREWS Rev K 1: I K Gardener, principal of Hpnld-( /
For full particulars, apply to the agent lover n winner but Is too busy

ATTORNEY AT- \.W. CLAUDE WALTON, Titusville Fla. "The ingSeminary!: Young ,.Mngio!MontezumnGa.writes Cure cured my: to pay much attention to a loser. M. Lane &

Main office and P. O., TIBBALS, FLA. (ratnrrh.1 Rev W? L Singleton, Drake Son
Does It l T Chel\ .
) liny "
Town Ga. writes "After using the iy ,
Rico open at Ft. Pierce on fcnd and 4th The Largest and Most Complete : /\
Fijd.iys: of each month. Young! Magio Cure my hearing is A cheap remedy for coughs and colds

Will practice in all the courts of the Establishment South. much better. I (1Ou\01\ hardly hear a Is all right, but you want something lint 2.7J:: WASHINGTON STREET NEW YOIIK.
7th Judicial Circuit. watch tick; now I can hear one> ten will relieve and cure the more severe mind ,
GEO S. HACKER & SON, feet away" E'1' England & !Son: lending dangerous results of throat and lung

merchants of Jtarhnmville. Ivy., trouble. What shall you do? Go to a
TEPnEN E. FOSTER write : "Mrs Hancock, who was In the warmer anti more regular: climate Yes, Southern Fruit and Produce-

last Binges of consumption, after using if possible; If not pntuiblo for you, thut
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, the Young Magio Cure, Is now able. to In either case take the only remedy\ that
attend church and visit friends. ; Mr
has been Introduced in all civilized countries
Rooms 420 and 123 Gardner
Building, John DrUcole, a ship carpenter/ on with success In severe throat and OOrrl.r.o..1oo1oc.: : :: : : Morchasa.to.: :

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Myrtle avenue Jacksonville\ Fla., snys lung troubles "Hcmcheo's German Syr

F 1 he had l'Ithmworfle/ than any livingman up." It not only henna and stimulates riNEAITLES A SPECIALTY. Stencils, Cards and our quotations, furnished on
M. MICHELSsON, ; tried all\ kinds of asthma cure, the tissues to destroy the germ: disease,

f but found the Young! Magic Cure the but allays Inflammation onuses! easy expectoration application.MCTizrssan.os .
best. Mrs John Menzies wife of Mr night's rest
gives a good ,
John merchant on -- -
a large
Ml"lIde8l and cures the patient. Try ONK: bottle. ---
COUNSELLORATLAW.Criminal Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla., snys Recommended many years by all druggists '
Law ->.. her son had rheumatism so bud/ that ; in the world.] Sample!: bottles at J. : : : : : .C d Fi.teh.,

a Specialty. the bones of his ankles almost workedout. 1'. Coopoi'a drug store, Cocoa, and Plot] .

ACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. lie went to Hot Springs, Ark., S.: ChaiT,,!!'. drug store, Tltusvllle Fla. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. t
which did him no good, but was made
Grocers and Commission ]
AML: T. 1IAYLDIt, CORDON R.BltOOMK. well, after using the Young 1thg. How's Tills! ,

BAYLOR Cure, which made him a new man.I DEAR "Hint' I-We Ixtg to quote you our prim on the following 1'1.: | f, o, l I.. Jaok.ouvllle. nuallguaranteed -
& BROOME, Doors Sash Blinds, can show, hundreds of cases In We offer One Hundred Dollars Re. ty and would lie pleased to ruoulve 'ollrorI.1 In any 'quantity '

Jacksonville, Fla., and hundred ofcurt's ward case of Catarrh that cannot GRAIN HAY AND FEED Hunt n. Ilaiion, tar !b........ .............10 to .11

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.: Moulding & Building Material from Seattle Wash., to New Mex- be cured by Hall' Catarrh Cure.J. ComlAM1lb.pnreank. ............. .., Ii.00 ismilo\ieNf.: oln pnnm1ll.rlb. .I.. .?....,..,...... ,rile:
leo The Y0I1Iltla lo Cure Co. is II. CHENEY* Co. 1'rors Toledo, O. III Hi.., lack,........... ...... .. 1.111I UT
nil practice In all the Courts of the ; darn per Rine per III. : :::::::.: :: .:,:::::::.;MM't:' .(VIM!
backed f\I,01IO.!\ and will donate to We the undersigned, have knownei! Out white '''' ituk.' .............. .. .....,. I.1IA Cnlruograsnourlb. .... ... 'J
by / Hntnpermoolb..... .. ..... ........., (011 to ,111.UK
(State. Office In Law Exchange. Office & Warerooms. King opposite I I.CHI a r..te'.. drlnasjlerimuod., ; :::::::. .
any charitable institution of F. J. Cheney for the law 13 years, and l eml Moiil .i................. UK | ..... ;
TO".J.norhlaok.I'ulb. ... ...
FLA. Cannon Street.Charleston hundred if resident believe him honorable In all Kooil niiiill'ty. ........ .HO
ACRSONVILLE five dollars any perfect Wheat .I.toLol.INI 41''oll'"lo\ar.e'lb.. .. ..., ....,. .O of the State of business transactions and ableto f. R.Multibrightper10011,1{ ( ....... .' 1.1" ... ... .... ...
S. C. physician or specialist of financially 1111),01'.1'10011* .. ...".......... .. Jib lolly,311Ibpad H'''.. heal' ......... ... .... I.INI
EORGE W- ALLEN, Florida can show more cures consumption carry out any obligations made by FLOUR,ORITS AND MEAL. Htaroh.l.flrlc"; ; ":::::::::". :.!"!!! .'.','.' IIJ\t l.ix

catarrh, asthma rheumatism their firm. Pent Patent Flour par linrrel... .... ,.. ..211 Hoilit('nu''k Hrn.f. iar Mi, .,........ .,. ......,. ofiMt
Sash Cord and and paralysis.Mild Wast!:! 4; TntJAX, Wholesale Druggists, Hunt I'atenl Flour per l H barrelOrlt I .. .,.... .. t.MJI4II: r.niiinn: Criiukar. liar> Hi........ ............ ,Iii
ATTORNEY-ATt-LAW Weights treatment, '1.00; second treatment Toledo, O. W AI.DUro. KINNAN A M AJI. *, per barrel .. .. .. Idle I I'nanh. ,per iloa. ... ... ..... .. .. l.w
W.OO( () fourth treatment $5.1)0.) YIN, Wholesale Druggists Toledo, O. Meal, per barrelMBVTS" .... .. ......... ; .". ., a.III': (1]. K..III\ICIII"I.IIII.II.... ............... .... I,imToitinloe
EY WEST, FLORIDA. ; *, 11-111., 1'0"1.' >....,... ...., .. .. .... till
Hardware. !Sole: ] only by Hall'* Catarrh Cuiula taken Internally :! AM) 'VIRIONS : y.Ibper. ............. ...... .,.. ..? .18
Will practice In the United !States' J)11. 1IEXKY THOMAS, acting directly the blood and mucous Wpdre'.Itsonu. .> per Ib .. ......... ... .no",, I\la"'ho..rl. icroxx., ."... ?, .,4A
upon Hlioulder* perlU._... ..........DTK to ."M I'otjttnmi, pnrnnrk........ .. ,. 3.110
|d State Courts. Ojun9S Window and Fancy Glas Corner Adams and Madison Streets, surfaces! of the systen. I'rlco 75o. (Ham,per'lu......... ....... .........ltto.13 Unloni, p rl I).rrlOl.......... ,. .....,, ,. 1I.l&:
Jacksonville Fin.] all
Hold Teetimonials
per bottle. by Druggists. We also hunillH Vegetables and I'roilnoe for our cu Loiiiari, and there !goods are brluvliitf hereto
free day a* follow i
O. FRIES, C. E. A SPECIALTY. What Worried Him. HaH's Family mil are the beet.j TomaUM, per orate .. .. ........f I.IUI\ to if 3.DOKuunlunt. We are paying today for
: .. "..... .. ..... ... ...17.1toa.2ft/ Flint Illiln. U..... ..... .. .........14 to ..IIIllrmm
COUNTY SURVEYOR. ---- 1'11"01'1,10., II "... .... .... ......,.3."" to 'i.no Knit lilies, ,erlb...,. .. .." .. .08M) to .11It(
CUREDwtwithr.tahd" .!.:... ANTED!: HKVKRAL PKKftONS FOR DIN OrmiK. lirlvhti.:'I.IHI' to Heeawaaperlb/ ... .. ,. .... .... ...,, ..24 to ..21Tullow /
DROPSY f > ".... ..... ., .,.
and legally' surveyed and sub-divided thousand trlot Olltoe( Manager Ib thin Htute to re m eet. il.nnloSiNi/( iierlb" .. .O'J G,118
rnnnv palled IB tojay. V resent their and .urroimillnnoountle | Turkey*, ahvo, per Ib ...ft to ,1J Alllitator Hklii*. 1 f..et anil tip. .., .....,. (.(.011Fggspeeds
pptng neatly done. Estimates for bup..I" me in own ... .. .... .. .. .... .. .. ..mlto.ls' *. i* IIt"Oro'anuul' .....ittnaoHuns
kinds engineering .Dis- ',,.at.,,li nundnlnndTFNDATetreatmenttr.Mt two-third; *r>rall.yroptomnmovvl ''; .: ) ulrablo Wtllliiif to pay' early w''IIIN'l'ayahl.' .each.... .. ...... ......... .... ...311 ti.411. CIHMI flklni, caob.. .. ..'.... .. .. ., ..,. .,,.no to .4)
of / works. DK.|H. H. GKEf.ll'S SANS box K. Atlnte.OC opportunltlo wnekly. Ilafereiiceii employment*x<"'lwneil.| Knrlimelf IIprln/C.l'1I.enclt.... .. .. . ..., ...M to JW Otter .... .... .... ... .....8fNltoT.OOW. (
|ted lines a specialty.UevILLE ... ,adilreHnil utaiuiieil envelope H. A. lark, would !>. pleased' to Mil you your KrouarlBR and urnln, I buy your blilui, and blind :your
l1 3W Caxton liul'UiiiK! Ohlea8o.; vetfotnlilu sad proiliuie. \'',",. truly
Brevard Co., FLORIDA. M Choice MT''jPtlif *
r Is. IT, 19 and Houth Ocean Htr. t. < VFIlI5"lfLA.The .: .
WinesLlquore GOLD I Is.of no value when health Inn
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U. HOUGIITON'S e.b daagor.. What's of more value ? -
t and Cigars. Pratt's up-to-date tablets will\ break up

i Guaranteed Pure. a. cold In one day, and for constipation
BLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTSon and biliousness and all malarial troubles
Sold at It has no equal. liy mall prepaid for 25c.

the (Denies) priest I'ratt Medicine Co., Station 1), Chicago,

e Imported 111. Mend for sample
Tuknjr wine, Beggar Woman-This cough bother

ifrom Italy. | me "0.
{I RR. C. H. PEETE, Pianist-Bothers you? It bothers' me

J John B. Togni, more-beenuse you cough an octave too !

EYE, EAR 508 NOSE Cherry and Street.THROAT. Metropolitan Saloon 123 East Bay St., high-Fllegende Blatter. rr1 ERY'st

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. A Sadden .A m.......... .
MACON GA.VM. Wholesale and RetaIL..... "I hare returned." t t.e

As he poke uie handsome and bronzed 'In the onil tbuu cheaper a..r seeds I It i
McL. DANCY D. D. 1.. 1' IM111T'gli'i!
half IM muc-h.
stranger brandished In the face of Ij .Ijm' only coat
;. } Tiwlod tm the he loved Gladstone stuff
girl a bag y
HomesYou ...
i":liable.41vr r ttlll >
raduate of Philadelphia College of Virginia ed with bonds. i '
-a fir Hrry s- take no other _- -_ .-- -
rgeon, class 1372. Perfect operations "When you refused me because' I r,'1 .iu" wnie for leg awl a.n..L l A
l> II .'KK: 11 V .'.t.,
amlaed. Hazeltine Clock, corner Bay was poor. he said "you little knew *. fib, netrt 1. IlMk.Marriage _-t-- tiT
Laura St. JACKSONVILLE FLA. what I was capable of," '
fid ) learn all about Virginia Lands, -
The first question on her lips after
its resources, products, mode of cultivation
-- -- -- -- she bad properly thrown herself In bin
prices, etc., by reading the arms was to Inquire how he got It. matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one Inmate

REE Virginia Farmer. Send bets "For the last three weeks" he said Papcr'.u" J. seventy years of age, who has been in the infirmary for three years,
for 3 months subscription to the exultingly, "I have been head walter ...... Tab-
Thousand of ftter* to Mlmrfrom. a great sufferer from indigestion and has been taking Ripans
Va. In a summer hotel."-Brooklyn Life. WMllhr patrun, latrudue
ONSULTATION Farmer Co., Emporia, I j. urn. rormal and ".....n.... lUll.u"' ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he is
lid tree to IHIIM. Sample eopr
with our home treatment. We are ..ndWII'..." J-atlt Couldn't Hprlnur That on Them 1 4oCiALAMERICAS' .ltdo,Ohle. never without them. lie Is willing that bis name should be used in
eured at horn without "Now- children. said the visitor who -- _._-
physicians, and you get the benefitof 1 Mln Book of p.- Mi .1 AMPLE copies of HX' testimonial as it might be of use in persuading some other personto
Great B fig ,
our experience. No matter what tlcnlar* r.nt iq fl. was addressing the Sunday school "let 8lldifTer,,otN..ws upon
** s. Y WOOL Li'. 0. me give you a simple Illustration of and. !Mntfrrtiii net upon.....fllp..f| doe for txwmift'rri try them. A second old gentleman, In the same institution
your trouble is, how simple or how Ie.. lot North PrTorUatnm et ,.rfn ".t... Bureau '4 St.Chair$I.. loledo.'OBO
what faith IH. You nee my watch chain. of has had liver trouble for and !
hopeless, we can do you good, and --- eighty-four years age many years
You would not have tho slightest/; hesitation. -
if we can't we will honestly tell yon ..k4>d. DOW In asking me what time It EXPERIENCECorvstouTs YEARS finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have two

so. Thousands of tired, weary, sick "And finally" be urged proudly "1 I.. bccntise you have faith that I bate nurses there, one thirtyyeacs of age, the other forty-two; both suffer

and liopeles people have been entirely am a self made man." a watch." from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nerv! r
and permanently cured by The beautiful girl whose band he "Not unless we see the works," replied -
ought la marriage regarded him with the children as one boy,-Chicago usness. They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they I

OMPOUND corn. Tribune. always have a package In ti fOir pockets. The matron also states

"You cannot deceive me." she ex that she i h forty-five of and at times suffers with indigestion &
)XYGENWhy claimed. "You were made by a trust! III. H", art All Hlvht. TRAOC MARKS years age

What would you be I asle you In all ""You are all right," said the doctor f DCSIGNS AC. causing pain aDd paroxysms of bedecking, and finds that tit

not take heart again and Investigate candor, but for consolidated pigs' after he had gone through with the Anvnn'n11ii r : '' a ikefh till de.erlrinn: mrqnloklr Tabules are very good indeed and Is perfectly willing to have her
: regulation thumping and listening with our ot I
this great principle. We have feet," iOil. Cu nnlxnl.w.
lie \ under her accusing his patient. "Not a trace of heart dl. rin, ?.'euletlr" Racerisol eo pMhehly..U thousands Send for quailed
of testimonials. ease. Fifteen dollars, please." aent r,,,,, 4>l'lnt aifimry fur(HMiiirinir pateiil. _. ...
and after a few commonplace 1'.tnlA t/iuon ibrouali' Munn C.. rwelr' W jmi>__"to* a1"P& "" .. .-
book on homo treatment, wonderfulcures glance left her forever--Detroit Journal The patient drew a long breath and .,. +:$.t44. without.h.n ..la tbeSci.t.nc --,._1.... K.- cw* 54 tl.lr.' .-. .-.,.-...-- .... ---- ...-.--
to the sick, etc., free. remarks remarked: "I am sure now I have no Rmtriciin.A .r/s.._.rr.r'I.+ w sr..w.. r agar .N ............. -1

,- heart dl ease. If 1 had. I should have .

)RS. STARKEY & PALEN dropped lad when mentioned hend.onfelr. IINI.trat.d, w..lilT.. 7am.t. _..
-Hone** man or woman to tnrcl you ... ,'ientlne I rmma e --- - .- ----. -- ---- -- --- --- --- ----
WASTED nonae.; .aIa.-. f6 0 monthly and ;your f_"-KOI ton Commercial Bulle V.'.., fosrmontb.IL ...10&kysil a wae.ei.m.tIUHN .

I1t2 6lr4rd St., IMilla., Pa. .x n..s,with tae esie t pualtlon enrelolM.MA permanent tin. &. Ca.3 w plfeyIYork Tbe ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing.
I Ot IT feb>>800 .IAOEKSiuCaxtonb; I>>uidleg Chicago. \,_ (112I r It,



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.' 4 INDIAN( RIVER ADVOCATE. 4- TOO MUCH HASTE.We Indian River Real Estate Agency

Y A.'VBBKI.Y, JOURNAL DEVOTED TO TUB DEVELOPMENT are all too much in, a' hurry l\1\ II &Ail NO

or TUB ISDIAH JBIVKB LAKI about what we do. We have too o'
WORTH AND IIMOAYNB BAY.BCTlnIC" many irons in the fire ; too much .

business hand at the same instant POWDERMales
and are far too energetic in ADSQLUIELY'PVZE would do well If you have property to sell and want It advertised In tlili

our endeavors to reach out for the paper free of cost to you and put In the hands of live men to write at once to
CIIABLBII H. WALTON Editor & proprietor "almigh'ty, dollar." Even in this the food more delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts and put your property before the public.
KST" Many sales will probably be made this winter by thin Agency. Why not
lROontInuanre of a vte, must be maul personally little town of Tltusvllle, we see our OVAI. MKixa. mwne eo..New mmt

at this office or bjr writing. storekeepers plodding away from yours.PINEAPPLE LANDS near railway and river per acre $2.00to $10.00.

early morn until late at night, ever ---- ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS $2.00 to 20.t-0:.! per acre. -

Check,etc.,may be made payable to CHAJIIEH. on the watch for the stray dime THE BAHAMA-FLORIDA PINEAPPLE is, what has occurred Is only the beginning Beautiful tract 120 I1CI'es. one-quarter milo river front; one mile north of Ean

WAtroi i publJ her and proprietor, that may wander on our streets / of what we may expect In the Gallle\ ; first-class for oranges pineapples and vegetables Price, 1000.
after nine o'clock. The London I QUESTION.Jensen future. A man may be a straddle bug ORANGE GROVE 14 acres, 50 miles south of 'r'ItuevilleWill pay $1,000 tLls
I Address all communications to In politics, religion/ and some other maters year and $2,000 next. Price, 7000.
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. Lancet, a medical journal of high but when a man tries to straddle on HAMMOCK LANDS near Tltusvllle from $5: to $25 per acre.

: TlTDHVILLB, FLORIDA. repute, in a recent issue, says that II Fla., January 6, 1000.\ the question of being on our side in the One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2+ miles west of Tltugvllle, good for

---- ., with deliberation calmness. and. raising of pines he Is making a rare pineapples vegetables and oranges. Price, $ ;;p.OO.
Editor Indian River Advocate/ :
17. S. Department of Agriculture such reserve of strength as result spectacle of himself. Mr. Matthamstalk
from The I. R. and L. W. Pineapple Grow loud l and long on the subject of protectIng -
Weather IJiircuu-Jupiter; Fla." ) perfect a man may ere' Association held their aunual meet- our home Industries and pat us on

j do an infinity of work without either Ing on the ilul lost., for the purpose of the buck In approval of our enterprise Jas. :B. Fours

The following IS a comparative state trouble or injury. Breathless haste re-electing officers for the ensuing year but does not let his words get cold before ,
ment'of temperature and rainfall for the eager anxiety and an excessive expenditure and to dine UBS matters of interest per he marches oil to join the enemy In

week ending Tuesday, Jan. t>, 10011.(> of energy are the out. taining to the business; but owing to been overcoming able what little tariff we have 11LLy', GrJffXlLX: ., :!: 7 G<3., :7 Ei'J.our,
-1000- the fact that only 20 members answeredto to secure on pineapples. "Con.
MIN. MAX. MIN. come of. modern activity, whetherin the roll call out of a membership of slstency, thou art a jewel."
I 3 l 155 i 87 74 61 this country or elsewhere. The some lOOt and also the fact that the pies- It l is impossible to discuss all the point GRITS, MEAL

t 4 70 4J( 73:\ 70 system of "quick returns" has been Ident did not put In an appearance a of Interest on this subject In one article SEED ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME.
6- 72 00{\ 75 OHft the bone of literature almost ex. quorum was not present, hence the, so I shall make my letters short and

74 (II) 78 '72 tinguishing it, and substituting in meeting s null and void; consequently I lour take up tint matter in the interest of Agent for' Gray Mineral Ash, Itllls al\\ kinds of Insects; Harmless to man or
7 7t 08 71 OaS the officeis simply hold over until al Florida growers' versus the combination !-
I 72 00 71 04 its place "journalism.! The same legaly-conHtituted' meeting can be held, 'I seeking to destroy us. In the beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write quotations

0 74 iO) 77 07 system has revolutionized thoughtand which will, In all probability never ma- '!I letters I shall undertake to treat all con Lowest cash
Total rainfall for tho week: 1.20 science and it is rapidly un toilallzo This Is, no doubt quite lIatls- i i; earned fairly. It Is not my desire to doan prices. "

Departure from normal rainfall for the dermining the human constitution factory to the secretary, as he holds the '' Injustice to anyone but I want to say Office: 124 W. Bay street JACKSONVILLE, FLA. i
only salaried position which salary continues light here that no one need nndel.take'to
i'I ', week: plus .48 Inches. Departure We are impatient for reeulteSpeeches until a quorum can be secured to] take refuge behind any throldbarel'Iubterfllle
J from normal rainfall since January 1
.80 Indies.HAL.. II are made with the know], change matters. Some three years ago I like the "export bill\ of lading
I plus edge that they will appear in printin we mentioned theTltusvllle !star that (hat follows," or anything/ of the sort, for. CHAS. N. WELSHANS
there wore certain manipulations and Influence while we do not claim to know every.
few and that if
.1 _n a hours anything at work among a certain clique tiling/ we do! know a sensible propositionwhen
is omitted the deficiency will be In Association\ that would, In a short it IH prosf-nted to us, and the getting '
ATTORNEY-GENERAL \V. B. LAMAR criticised by some watchful opponent time, disrupt the organization. This of this bill\ of lading conundrum
of Tallahassee will again be n candidate in the. press. Every opportunity statement rallied a hornet' next, and Mr. should give us credit for being just a ; ,
Pot the oftlco which he hag must be seized it Wager was HO terrified l It v the assault bit discerning:; In m.uteis that effect us
as presents him the that he deeply. "You fool all of the
made so
upon by clique can
filled for two term lie IsBald Agent for Cabot's Creosote Shingle: Stains.
so ably Itself or it will bu lost. It follows I
felt It Ills du'y to come out editorially people some of the time some of the
to b,. a tit man for the olllce, that statesmen and politicians are and state that I had l done the AHsaocin poodle all of the time but not all of the

and has done his duty to a T. We kept on the strain of sustained attention tlon an Injustice nod that I had used my pooplo all of the time." Write for Samples and Prices.

think the people of Florida will and their brains for pen hastily etc. W. It. IIA11 DEE.
re-elect him real officiate are The question,' now Is, was I right in my [While our columns are always open Old 'Phone 8. ;o* 13 Hogan Street,
as ; many hours in the twenty-four In a prognostication or not ? A quorum was' to fair and honest discussion-when

are not over numerous. condition of ferment. The brainsof secured twelve months ago by the use of pmtUmentary language. Is used-wilters JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. _. -

speculators on the stock exchange an armful of proxies, upon which the must lie brief, for our space at present Is
had not been too valuable to admit of lengthy articles .. .---- --------
requisite revenue stamps
TUB enlistment of men for the und even the brains of
affixed by the maker as the law requires which tend to crowd out other matter of
Doer army in the. United States merchants in their private rooms, ; but our onltrpilnliiK/ secretary interest to the East Coast. We have

Bays the BulFalo/ Courier, should are equally ta'xe l l. and In the same came with\ n supply In his pocket which already had to decline\ some articles that McMurray & Baker

/ be stopped. If an American or: way ; in fact, all classes of the were affixed and the proxies uxed. The were too lengthy and others that were ,
Irishman share executive committee then proceeded to too personal.! \ A word to the wise Usufficient. ,
wants to go to South community turmoil. The
elect which honor fell to O. .-EDITOK. '
Africa and enlist that is another period is one of great brain.wenr E. JVIalthams; of .West Palm Beach. After ] 410, 412, 414, 410, 41$ Main St Jacksonville, Fla.Ileadquaiters .

matter ; but active recruiting fur a ing impetuosity of hurry, worry electing; him, they then Informed FRUIT AND VEGETABLF PRO- for-
_' foreign army on, American soil Is and waste-the waste of cerebral him that it would be perfectly properfor

", clearly a violation of neutrality.r energy and nerve force. The high. him as president of our Association TECTION.
to go to the Bahamas and assist In ImDortlncr Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles
er nervous centers are kern Incessantly foreign nlnenor-les Into'our market Freezing weather Is not generally regarded ., ,
Roosevelt has ordered a at work, and becomes, as it In'competition with our home-grown / as n blessing to the Florida fruit

special election to be held In the were, overheated sc that it is' impossible fruit, thus Riving: the shiftless negroes of glower. but the recent cold snap will\ and Sundries.
the! Bahama*-who Rre.trOWI'I'1I/ of pine- doubtless, prove a god-send to the oral ge
31st assembly district on Jan. 22, they should quiet or cool \Industry the State. While the
apples la a, half-handod way-the benefit unusually
to fill the vacancy occasioned by down in the brief Intervals of res of his experience an a glower and his low temperature did but little damage put on you

the death of Edwin C. Stone. This plte allotted to repose. Too often observation unions us who wore Ms fel- to trees on account of the previous at short notice.

I, is the district from which Clerk they; do not rest even in sleep. The low workers lu the business hero Mr, conditions it enabled the McFarland ,
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tlatthams thought of Fruit Protection Co. to demonstrate, beyond
Baxter entered the name upon the brain only dozes instead of sleeps, these> liberal views; and very accepted favorably a position the .shadow of a doubt that the '

i assembly register of the Republican and as a result there are dreams of that had been tendered him by tents manufactured by company can HAMMOND PACKING CO.

candidate who was defeated at the the; recent day's work-that infallible parties who /mint necessarily have had protect any orange tree In the state from
Interests antagonistic any degree of cold. Mr. McFarland has (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.)
November election. If he gets symptom of impending mis to our own; and

s there he will have to run 'for the chief. The only marvel is that Mr.when Matthiims the shipping went to season the Bahamas commenced, did, been parts In of receipt the orange-growing of letters from section various by OUR SPECIALTIES :

t olllce and be elected.IT looking to the utterly unphysiolog- everything in his power to assist in get- persons using his tents; all of which: testify "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon

cal character of our mental and ting the foreign fruit Into ourmal'ketllin to the efficacy of his system of pro- "Coin Special" canned meats.
nervous habits of work the num. the best possible shape so as to make It tection.
is stated that the war in South ber of sudden failures is not appear an our Florida product even forgetting The Immense Importance of the tests "Calumet" hams and breakfast b con."Calumet" .
Africa will be of long duration aa great. to stencil "Bahama pines" on made during the period of the cold wave
the construction er than it is, and that we have not he crate but putting, Instead, "Pack to the interests of the fruit growers of leaf lard.

topographical of a larger percentage of brain morality ed by the East Coast Packing Co., t Miami the state. Is being reflected In Its immediate Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .
the country, and the One entrenched .to deplore. !," on part of them. This raised( such effect on the welfare of Tltusvllle, lard
positions the Doers have on nearly a storm that he put a cardboard, under and our merchants are deriving much compound sausagesand

all the mountains along the border I Ij the "Miami Fla.," only leaving/ on the benefit therefrom. Already this com all Tacking House Pioducts. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE FLA.
j of the Transvaal make it CHURCH NOTICES. crate, "Packed by the East Coast Pack- pany has been organized on a firmer ba-
an ad-
Ing Co." but still forgetting to put "Ba-; sis,, and new machinery and other preparations
mlral field in which to conduct defensive hama Pines" on the crate. \ for an Increase In the businessof
Archdeacon D. F. Brown will hold
;, o warfare. The British troops divine service at St. Gabriel's church This no doubt was merely an oversight the company have been provided for. WILLIAM CLARKE SANITtlJMDER.
hare to climb those mountains and ntusvllle, ou Sunday-morning and but It carried the pines Into our The company has just added a Payne
dislodge the Doers which Is certainly evening. markets under the guise of Florida fruit automatic engine and boiler to its plant --
I and was sold as such for carloads of for the purpose of getting out material
1 a hard and perilous under Services at the Presbyterian church laliama pines were sold In some of the used In the manufacture of tents. Two Fine OaaFixtures Plumber and Gas }Fitter Hoofing Sheet

taking. Sunday Jan. 11, WOO: Sunday school atCIS. markets before any were shipped from more big sewing machines have arrived Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe Bath Tubs Water Closets
: ., Preaching at IKa.' m., song and Florida and the reported sales were published and six more have been ordered. The
and praise service at 7:15: p. m., subject In the northern market reports as prospects of a heavy business during the and Wash Stands. Copper vessels of all kinds :and

SOME people think the gold minesof of sermon: "Hooks and Readers" Florida pines despite the fact that Mr. coming summer has warranted'' the com descriptions re-tinned.
South Africa belong to the Young people especially Invited.Do ilattharas and Capt. A. \V. Bole tell us pany In greatly Increasing Its facilities.It .

Boors but a majority of the shares that they can be distinguished by the means a greatly increased force of employees -

belong to British American German you want to buy or sell propertyon 'export 1)111) of lading: that follows." Do and an appreciable addition to 37 Forsyth St. Jacksonville Florida
I Indian River ? If you do, write the you suppose that a dealer selling pines is the; money In circulation through the ,
and French capitalists. The Indian River Real Estate Agency Tltiisvllle going to hunt up an export bill of l ladingto payment of wages.
I gold mines in some parts of the Fla. See page 4. show n prospective purchaser that he Mr, C. N. Thompson, treasurer of the
:, Transvaal are nt present being Is about to buy an Interior article to company left here, Monday for Jack
\ what the marks and brands Indicate? sonville and other points to conclude
; government to Tax Statement or do you suppose that the thousands of several important purchases for the Mc- TIlE
I furnish the sinews of war in their purchasers have time to hunt un export arlund Fruit Protection Co. .
fight with Great Britain which For month of December 1800! for taxes: bill of lading, which probably arrives
Borne northern claim will issessod and levied for the year 18'JO'\ ; long after the pines reach the market -If you are in search of bargains, I
papers Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
See. 35:>> 4113 LAWS
Chap of Florida
: read the columns .
last as long as our war in tho Phillipine Taxes Collected Amount of Taxes and are disposed of? Hardly. The fact ADVOCATE carefully. ,

r Islands. In December, 11111II Yet to be Colleoted i IGen' __________ _________ _____. _n___ ________________ w v
] fund, $ '70.8T. 0,087.30

[' THE tarilT on white paper the School toad fund fund, 1 88.5 53.14.!D.) 12.4S4.19 7,100.54 :E:. E. ::s-creKE.:: Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick.....

tariff on wood pulp and the tariff F. ife F. fund, 8.8(1. 1,248.4.1
on all material that goes into the Polls '7.00. 1101.00 Corner Bay and Ocean Streets JACKSONVILLE FI.A. Offices foot of Hogan Street Jacksonville Florida.. Telephone No. 262
\ S. R F dlst. :aS. 2.05. ],4m,51: ;
manufacture of newspaper must be R F dlst. 5 w'.tu 4.173.1111 Grocer and Commission Merchant J. JIUNNERLYN, General Manager/
taken off, to the end that the great ,

paper trust may be crushed 2W.OJ.:! : $3'7.920.118 ------ =
says Dealer in Groceries Hay Grain Eggs and Produce. Consignments Solicited.
the Fulton ,
[Mo.] Sun. A tax on A. A. STEWART
white is Clerk Circuit Court. .0. L. KEENE.
paper a tax on intelligence ..
J> ..... ... ... .... ...... ..
a tax on civilization .l'I.lJl'IlII..l'erlb.. .0fI Bent Flour,per Ib !............ 03
a tax on HHEVAlin COUNTY TIlKASURKIfS Lard. "..... .............. ..... ..00y4 : M bbl sacks. /
learning and R tax on national ad AO-lb tins ... ....... ......... ...... ..Utl :: 2-lb s.l'eroan... ........... .... .... 2.2IJml
STATEMENT. Sugar Cured llama, per. Ib.............. .10 i: s-lb ... ,. ..onin Dress Goods Trimmings Millinery Notions
vancement. The move the Sun Jan. 1st. 11MMJ.lalance H.tUMjon. "................. .10' !Milk .'. ,
has started to have the tariff taken ciwh on hand Dee bit,1809...ttH3 DA Monlo hams ".. to...........:,.... .Of4 Macaroni and Vermioella, per peokage...... ..07 ,
Amount received III 'Door, 18W ... .... 1061 SU Rica .I'...... .."..,..... .IMIW Ark 8..1: ban for ..... .. .... ......... 05 Laces Gloves, Umbrellas Art
from white paper is popular because whole ttrnln '.......... .. ...... .( Evaporated Apple, per Ib........ Goods Hosiery Corsets.
............ Green' lllo CoircM ".. .. ...,...,...... ... .. .10a
y it is rlghteouH. Total ... .. ,OIIII 44 ) : Hutter.iwr Ib ...... ... ............. .
t It will prevail because Lens warrant paid, in Dee.., sees, Ormind Rio Coffee: ".................. .1:1: 10s Butterllaeperlb... ...................... .17.ns ,
it is right. and delivered to County Commission. !lest Tea, .... .............. ....) l\II\Ckl'l..l.eacb' ,..... Prompt attention paid to all orders.This .
en and School Uo rd... .......... .... JU 78 Oranulaud. Sajcar, ".......... ........ .;lb4! Halt l\ull..t.eIWb..................... .115
r i t'!. Sugar, l per Ib.... ........ ... .............. .00. Oitlona, per qnarfe...................... .oft
JOHN Balance on hand Jan. let, 1000.... 780 63ABOVB !Meal I"rlh. ................. ........... "Olti Lemon cracker per pound.,.............. .(xr.ot Is one of the oldest and most reliable houses in Jacksonville. All the latest
RITCHIE ju., who tells in pemaokOrlt .... ... .. ....... .. ............. 100 Olniror! snaps, per Ib .
the *. per II) .. .................. ..... .l d 8<>lu Cracker per Ib.... ..01154.or Patterns and Style.
Lodies' ..
January Home Journal BALANCB IR BBLD AS I'OLLOwetDepoaitad "areAI. Hack................,.... .... 1.10 NioNacsperfb. .
I "Where the New Century Will In Indian River State Bank OooU Flour,per Ib ....... .. .............? as |per Cashier's ccrtlnoate, less one bbl aok..h.... :sl.oo Stick .... ..,..... .orw ,
34 ... ..
Candy, per Ib ... ... .
......... .
Really Begin is one of the editors check not In ... ..............4 780 68

of the Science Observer and Total........... .. II. ]i. I3UIRI; Cor. and Ocean --
a ......... ... ...... 780 writer of wide repute on scientific BALANCES BCLOKO1NO TO BACH FUITD AS I"OLo.LOW" IIJEWCIEO.
subjects lie has devoted .
years of enthusiastic effort to bounty Revamie-General Fund.......s M) 07
ad. Road a ,
and nru Iqs Fund .
entitle pursuits and is one of the HuildlllB: nilld: .., .,..:::::: ::: 30 in 61 l
foremost a Feeding ITInonert Fnnd....... JM3 110 wm..1) ::SO-creS:: & CO. a
I'r) amateur astronomers in .'.' 'Iue and Forfeltupe. Fund...... AlII lit Jewelry Diamonds
Boston, where he resides. Besides .. b..ol..uno1. i n sass ,
\ FnnddtotNo9, ,
HHolal Roar \I 70
contributing to various Road .. GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS
periodicals Special Fnixl duet No& ilia _
1 he is 'a frequent G ae Warden Funl, \............. 4000 Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Presents,
speaker before
local scientific bodies.' His articleon Total.................. .............. 9-78008 1 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We IQ( Waltham Watches, etc.
Joan Hcsiir,
the new century shows a vait tuunty Treasurer.If handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of liar
amount of research and brings to Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat,'Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright and 'S1tY FIVE WATCH and JEWELRY REPA1RHG)

light many things that are a reve you want good results, you will dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertiliser Co. A SPECIALTY..
f 1 lation find the ADVOCATE: an excellent advertising Star Brand rerttltll&"Otla.n a to the non-scientiQe mind. medium. Bon. Nltrat 80d... MnrlaM ot Potash Salphat Pntaiib. Kalnlt. eta These ertllben ban no Spectacles and Eyeglwaes. Charges paid one;>ay. R. J. RILES,
superior la the market, and a trial will convince. Send for catafoEae tree
..l 223 W. Bay St., jAcxsoirvn.ix, FLA.e .


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Jensen. Tibbals.

;C. II. Rooks and wife, of White City, Miss Florrie IIarmor and Art Saeger,

kin the dance on last Friday, as usual. of Ankona, werothe guest of Miss Eng 3311 tt .
land of this
place last
Miss Ella Singleton returned from her s

"liday vacation on Saturday last, and Miss Clark a very charming I and prominent -
umed her duties of teaching the Young i young lady of Allentown Pa., t
as i how to shoot I Is spending the winter with her sister, SPECIAL IEHICIHS

Miss Susie Johnson of Melbourne, but Mrs. Abdell of Ankona. 1mT

|>w teaching school at the illustrious Archdeacon B. F. Brown held service <:) -
fwn of Wa Wa, spent Friday and Satur.y here last Sunday: morning, in St. Paul's I

| In town, being the truest of Mrs. W. Episcopal church to a large and appreciative III:

itlardeejshe; also attended the. maaierade conare I'tlon. He was the guest .P5..n.eappJ.e oo@) Gro""VVers. fl
ball. of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Waters while here. .

We note yourqueiy Mr. Editor, rela- The schooner Merchant, with a general .

fa to damage(; done by recent cold line of merchandise on board was ..dll.ES.x'c>un.c:1: For1L1.l.zor.: :
ough this section. We think one mill moored lu our harbor from H W
Saturday @ Before buying the following ]Materials] be antI i
uld cover the effects of all the cold we last until Monday evening. The genial Price $25.OO. sure apply to

|ve had-in fact, not a particle of dame Capt. Michael reports doing a very; ex GUARANTEED ANALYSIS : us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money
> has been discovered and all) kinds of tensive business on the river, which Is

"elation, Including pineapples substantiated! bv the amount of goods Moisture................... ................... .. .. .. .., ... .. .... .' .. ... ... II to 10/ STEAMED BONE
ked better than at the never he sells at this Ammonia,..... ................................... .. .. .. ..... ........... .._.... 5 to 6 RAW BONE III
present time. place. E-I' Equal to Sulphate of Ammonia................ ...... .. ....... ... .. .........,.2< toZ5 BLOOD AND :
lev. L. "Sawyer' C. O. Jannoch AviJIablB Phiwiihurlo' Acid, .. ............ ..... ........... .. ........ btu 8 BONE ACID PHOSPHATE: '
Congregational minor who has' been manager Equal to .Hone rbi .plmte. of Lime::. .......11.1.... ,........................: 11 to 13
of Tlbbals, preached an able and for Col. W. la.,h h.t: O. ... ....... ............ ............... .., .. ............ ... ...... ... 5 to 6 DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA, .
terestlng; sermon to a large audience ate plantation, Linwood for several Fquiil to .. .. ........... ... ...... to 1ft/ :
Town Hall, on last Saturday after. has accepted a position with Dr. Sneden years,, E-I Mapne8Ia.; L me Buda ewe:...::::..:::::..:. .... :: :.::.. ................. .. to to 60 SULPHATE: OF AMMONIA' TOBACCO STEMS :: E-I

jn. Mr. Sawyer has consented to de- of Waveland, as gardner and manager of j lr Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES:: :

ered us two Mormons a month on the his orange gloves. We consider Dr COTTON SEED HULL ASHES KAINIT AND POTASHES. 1,
hit and third Sundays at 2 o'clock. No bneden very fortunate in being able to U- Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low : 0

ubt these meetings will be very much secure Mr. Jannoch as his manager H : prices.
predated by our citizens Mr. :
as Saw.r Oeo. E. Andrews
is a man of ability and never fails to family returned

Brest his heaiers. last the Tuesday coast, on from their a few beautiful weeks cruise launch up, I Please Correspond; us bofor-o being inducod to buy from Denier, Send for i

Sanford Duncan and wife, of Nash- Lady May. They visited many towns, -1 Pamphlet. .
Ble, Tenn., are visiting Mis. Duncan's among them Ormond, Daytona New '

juter, Mrs. E. A. ,Ireland. Mr. Duncan Smyrna, Titusville, Eau Gallic, 1\1 el- LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. i
inks this the greatest country he has !' bourne and other places. They also vis J11

er seen. lIe cannot understand how ited the hunting: and fishing grounds : .

i can live sor well wear such good; along the route, and the trip was an enjoyable i '
then and aoJ.COJl."VJ"1J.J.o": :: FJ.orid.a.:
work II.> little-but us a m.it- one. ; .. ,
of fact this U
theonly countiy where The -- --- -
3.in be done, to our knowledge. We Department recently -
made our pnstoffie a money-order office
ive ,
always contended that we have the
I which will be .
great convenience to the Melbourne. Rockledge. Eden.
But section of the
and where Fort
cuuutiy, Pierce.
ney can be made easier and quicker patrons of this olllce. Our burg Is fast I
coming to the fiont. The
next thing In
un where else.
Strangers coming order is a hotel. Who will Win. )M. Meiwin has rotninod home AVe
take advantage to
I'e realizethis if they are of an InvestiItlngtuirtof GOODLY( .'t net IO-Rcl\l! Estate: and Loan are gild extend tho hand of Beautiful
: mind of the golden opportunity now offered Agent for / tnn. roml'in and Liverpool. and, I after i 1\ delightful\ trip to Nassau, N. P. fellowship to our Jensen ooiioHpoiident. weather attain reigns supreme
as Duncan In; and reap the benefits for it would (llnhe, and Iiniwilnl Fire Innnrnnio. Rpenlnl" Shake? after the sharp cold snap of recent
Bd while Mr. Duncan may not invest ono surely be a paying investment? attention pall l l to the Interests ot non rosldontii. Miss, Ella Inql loton returned to Jensenon date.

present visit, we confidently expect Saturday, tt)0 ready to upon school Jensen In all fight-It will bn a happy
f have him for a neighbor In the not I The report received at this place] last Monday morning tiny when oitmmuiiloatlou Is opened l, 111we Mm Robert! Blown Is on the sick list,
stant future. Tuesday night from the Weather Huioau rnr- Subset Iptlons for the ADVOCATE all deelre but we hope to note her recovery ere
the of Mice Miuulo\ Haulco[ bus iHurned] to long
stating that a cold wave would reach rink paper the East Coast will be
A very ]large/ representation attendede received her school at Lotus, after week's vacation A grunt of our nulghbois
this section that and at the Melbourne l'ostl>ffice. ninny ateshohisng have\
, ball night the temperature ; Mrs. J. T. Lano and 1 family movedto
masque, given: by the V. I. Asso- would with her p.\I'&III11. their pities. We mo shedding
\t.lon. on last Friday probably reach a freezing their now lOsliU'iioo, lu the suburbs of
dge people by night If we may point all over the state, Tuesday and Miss Susie Carter is visiting fl'lcndliln Mr. Collins, the Western Union operator tears because we cannot.Mr. town.

joyed it Immensely.appearances We everyone Wednesday morning, made our pineap Eau Gallie this week, has ai...lived, end |10, now" ut his duties LoTournonii has .boon .shipping
can only give Rov Lano held. .services limt Sunday
pIe feel little In the
F. E.
ew of the maskers and their costumes growers, the a nervous; but fortunately T.. ,V. New lao,1., of Chicago! Is the C. Railway station. Iinnnit) for nearly three weeks; they are morning and evening, .to W.Ifilled\

panese gentleman. .. ,O. E. Coon 33' temperatttiedld not go below guost of Mr. and Mrs. Snodeker. W. L. Ilinnntt linn retained to Vale bringing: good money/ houses.

!itch . . . . Miss M. Coon degrees here.F. .and! no harm was done to College, "fu'r having .spent the holidays ThA next social ton will bo hold
ttle Red vegetation A. E. Parker and L. W. Yainall were at Pino growers wear wide smile since
Riding Hood, Mrs. Fred Wills at the New Rockludge! the of
r>ther Goose Mrs. Paul Aston M. Hudson, of the ]law firm of guests of Hotel Carleton{ the past week. 11. R. Shares guest doubt Mrs. harry, n lingo Kiolianls.attendance.The There. will bo, no lust wook'a escape.) Ho who laugh! In"t.

anish lady. Mis. J. C. Backus Crawford & Hudson, of Pine Bluff, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. J. 11(. Crlppen, of Chats liiughs boat
dians. . Mr. and Mis. C. U. Racoy. spent a part of last week here on a pros. tauq-v., N. Y., are guests of Miss Llrrle clerk Chas, Crelflliton lie the !popular chief Harden Iliog., have moved Into FIKhlngCOlllnllt1I 1 1 excellent and the
/ght and day . Mrs. E. D. Merwin. pective trip; and in conversation with : Eaton. at ( Hotel Indian ,River, has: meturmoil tholr new oottiiiro, It. U very attiaoilva fUhorniun hop "mending tholr nets

ght. . . Mar Harmer the writer, expressed himself as being and will reunion his lotion behind and an oinumoiit to Kilen.Mis ] down by the suit lioro.\ "
Mrs. Rev. tho disk
Dooey to E. W. the
Mesdames Butler arrived as noon as hotel opens.
vo country maidens Curtis very favorably Impressed with our burg on Friday and will spend Abilil and I tier neico, :Miss Clink, Miss(, \ 11 lerurnud
sometime Mmlgo( <' I home from
and! also the ,
and Oil(Hey.vo pineapple Industry, which here. Miss Kato Fvci' hall rented tho building and Will F'tantz made a pleimant call at
little gl1'1slu Is the chief industry of ) Jackunjivlllo, 1 last: week, whole she has
blue Messrs. Meiwin this section formerly occupied by Mr Wallace, tho Netlioihy, uu their to attend theniiimjuorade.
and Mist While the soil Is also well adapted to or. Dr. E. F. Davis, wlfo nnil ginnddaugh-; the jeweler, and I will open n brunch! ourlo way been visiting for the poet few mouths.

own,, Fred Wills, ango; culture it has not boon engaged in her, of North Bend, 0., arc now at the store there. Miss Nonlo I.apham of In- Jlmmlo and Alma Lane wore In town
Utchmen,. Arch Mosier and W. Coon 'to any extent as yet. Mr. Hudson,was Moore cottage on Sttawbiidgeavo.Air. dlanola, will bo In cliaige. Mrs. Saunders shipped 1,200 pounds of yoKtotday visiting relatives; It l Is needless

peen of hearts. . .Mrs. Tyodol.tiakeress entertained by Mr. J. T. Waters while \ (lieu on /Naluiiliiy.: the largest weekly to say that those young tots were accompanied -
Houthwick and E. A. irtwell
[ here.t two daughters, of and Mlxs Florence Ilart- shipment rondo, her this
. Mrs. II. L. To slant. by winter was by their mother
ere were many others but for South Dakota, arrived on Saturday and j well have retmnod, Mr. llartwoll'stwodaughtome 40,(lUO UIH. ,
ds their mention. While space FOR BEST RESULTS are living In Mr. Hogg's pretty home on the Df\ !loses Abhle and May, Frank Dell I. shipping beans from hU

I a judge in s.uch matters, the we costumes may no powder shells. If your, use dealer only does nitro-not New Haven avenue. who were teaching In Chicago at the We mire more than glad to have Mr. fine gaiden at White City.: Mr. Bell
time of Mrs Hartwell's death, accompanying Shattuck with us again. Eden Is. never owns a lino place and coimldeiable stock.
Archie Mosier and them Rev. J. L. Wilson
| Wheeler Coon to- carry regularly stockjliave him Rocklndge's future them. quite. the same without him. After tills
they with the most excellent mannerwhich older you a sample lot of the Florida postmaster, had his poatoflTco bond fixed we think ho hnd bettor at I Man shipping grape fruit from
I 'i they acted the part of Dutch hardware Co., Jacksonville. up while here He attended the republican Mis. F. A Clmtfleld and mother Mrs. too much gallanting around stay Is not good his thrifty grove ,

'aracters entitles them to the blue rib convention while here. Brook, arrived! from New Haven. Conn., for, him.

in. Messrs Met'win and Mast came i in JCr.\ and Mis. Arnod] lofessrs. Sherman Saturday. They were expected some DEALERS will pleaso note that FloiId- i

'close competitors with Messrs Coon Eau Gallie. and Hlslion. of {Vauke Ill. arrived weeks eailiei, but on tile evo of their A subject that has occupied our minds laud ware Co., Jacksonville selling
d Hosier for list an. departure Mrs. Brock of late is the absence of 1l'ol.t of
prize. here, Saturday and have rented! of was taken Hick, Entry. kerosene oil heaters at cost.Stuart. .
which necessarily delayed them. Ire'pl'IMed that It should, have
Bean shipments are going throughwith A. W. Bontoi's pretty cottages on the boon abolished. There Is every facility

SIT DOORS AND BLINDS. Florida a rush. bluff. Mm. Hinckley, who Is visiting Mrs. B. for smuggling, and one can never toll tutu

laidware Co., Jacksonville. Miss Susie Carter of Melbourne is Edwin S. Bender ]left here, Saturday, came W. Jerome south, with U very tier 111.expecting: Her husband cargo of "ships thnt pass In the night .
re -
visiting Mrs O. F.! Paddison this week. with Capt. Root, for. n cruise up )Banana turn In a few tlaya, but Mrs. Hlncklcy Is !Mr. and 111 ra. Sanford: Duncan Mr.
Sebastian. River. Ducks and l fish look out, for he I\n.I1\II'Ii. Ireland, Mr. Melkolnon has greatly Improved
too 111 for.him to leave. A sister was and Mr, and l Mis lion- ;
The recent cold did
whatever In this vicinity snap even no the damage; will surely get you If he points a /gun at sent for, who arrived Monday, afternoon. soy rhaitfrod Mr Coon's launch and his new home by a coat of paint

guava you. went fishing. Shall]) I toll a fish story f The Lorlllnrd houseboat
bushes has been
red Hudson made business being untouched The recent cold did
a trip to Mr. and Mrs F. C. Irwin and daughters snap ( practically Well the ouch was fine; A grant success launched the for
near bridge several
j west coast this week. no damage hero. In the
places thermometer
Foreman Boone and his men are camp- the Misses Mildred and Carrie, ofChlcat'o. Iho lulling/: grounds at St. Lade tire the days Mr. Lorillard I likes the famous' St.
ed here this week working In this vicinity arrived went as low as I1)19!! for a few finest In Florida
S. LeFlls with Bennedict, Pollack / here nri Saturday, and Luole River.
'Co., of Jacksonville was in our burg on the B'. E C. ft'way bridges. will upend the winter In their home on minutes and thin Ice formed, but there
Melbourne was no frost; and/ beyond here and So pleasantly, do the recollection of Rov. Louder, of Sebastian, will preach
nesday Public ..choolopened Monday after a : ave. there a partlotilat tender plant, vegeta- our Ellen linger In tho hearts of those for us next Sunday, morning and evening *

fas. A. Hudson, is building some more two week's vacation during which the Mrs. L. C. Moore arrived from Wnsh tion is unhurt. who havo visited heie In the past, that and on the second Sunday of each

ages; one Is being built at Hoboken, teacher visited'at. Melbourne and Day Ington on Tuesday evening, and will Capt. Richard, the pioneer of Eden, succeeding mouth.
noted town) i mile west of town. make her parents Mi. and Airs John frequently receives letters from his oldpatrons
tona.Dr.. Hibard has had attack of Goode, a short visit and then go downto Georgiana. anklngabout Eden, and express I Mr. MoFurliind hAil arrived Roll again
a severe
Jr. and ,
Fred Hudson visited her house at Roseland. ing a desire to re-visit once more, our found. home with B. Kltchlng. It will
poa Tuesday, calling on Dr.. Hughlett rheumatism, confininghim to his bed l ; lovely l.iinl.' ] look quite natural to see him on the
"neir daughter Martha several days but we are glad to report The dance at Hotel Carleton ]last Saturday
was quite III.of. Chas. Warning went over to Cocoa on dock with his pule In hand.
him much improved.The evening, given for the benefit of Sunday.A. It Is to bo hoped Congress will not remove
Teter returned from home Sat- the the As more van ralmjd for tho
steamer yacht rnce to be held during the duty on pineapples. It would money
ay, and is again leading our young and Spartan did was onTuesday's Chaiitnuqua} in Match, was a very enjoy. B. Carter and family and Mis.\ l be a death blow to ao Industry! that we Xmas trite than could bo wisely used.
trip return to Eau
lericans In the way that they should Oallle until 8 ,. Some able affair. Mr. and Mrs. Robertson Smith and, others spent a very pleasant hove !labored 1 so long and ]hard to build the Sunday school will give a free sup-
a m, Wednesday.
'I'It derangement; of the machinery was the kindly gave the lice. use of the hotel. day on the beach at Ocean, Sunday up. Our new posHusslons cannot com- 1 pur? to those who" In anyway helped on

i, ,e lose another of our charming c u use. The attendance wns quite large, but the "Uncle IIiiRlile" wits down to Mr. pete with us In ralHlsg tine fruit. They Thursday evening, Jan. IHtli. The
ig ladies this week. Miss Bell goes; crowded state of the ADVOCATD colu Inns Baldwin who In see will flood our markers will! small Inferior upper will be In the hall above .:.Mr

Vabasso. to teach the public school Capt. Valll, the well known hotel man precludes the publication of the names. better. ,Hals Saturday now able to( be very much apple, not fit to( eat. 1Itchlnfda.turY'.
e. Sebastian's loss is 'Vabasso'sa and caterer of Miami, was in town Tues- walking
day. lIe will the steward's do- The sudden death of M. F. Webb of about. One would scarcely believe to look at A good delegation of our citizens attended -

? i pal't men ton the manage Indian River steamers :' Plalnlel]l. N. J., last Monday, at noon, Our truckers are busy picking and our beautiful fields of pineapples, that the meeting of the Kant, Coast
e sloop Ladya Agnes Is being over.led this winter, which will bo a sufficient was a shock to his friends heie. Mr. shipping bnans. The themometer Is no severe a freeze visited us last winter. Plneappla Oruwnm' Asuodtllon, held la

and put in first class shape for guarantee of the excellence of the cuisine. and Mrs. Webb arrived only a. week ago. to 70 and 80 on Tuesday. The snu-up There Is great promise of a large crop Jensen Jan. Sid. We have heard no'
.:: season, at Kroegel's boat They have spent several. winters Melbourne \ son Is delightful like next spring/ What a happy community report from them, but lure of one thing
The Ladye Agnes, will leave for I Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Gifford of Birmingham and have friend who deeply more May than wo will bo-"money to burn"-and the -they defendod, the interests of tbe

about the 20th. i Ala., are here enjoying their mourn the loss of this noble man. lIe January. Paris Exposition In view. One good crop planters to tho bent! of their ability.

usual Florida outing. Mr. Girlord! has was 83; years' old and, leaves a beloved The Bruner brothers and tholr families in three years make Rothchlldsof us all.
Lawson The school has been
and Sunday
family have moved recently had a new engine placed in his mica o.nd mnn tst ..,.,.,.** tnit tiltv.* TJ.a MA_ and Mesdames Clark and Gilbreath. re-organ-
from their homestead a mile -- Anlcnn'rlhh..1, ,. Ilnl F..I..n t.u.nA.1 nut Izud for the new year by the election of
1 half south launch, greatly Increasing Its speed and mains were ;embalmed I and sent by express and Miss\ Annie Summerour went to n"e'; ;- ;; ; ; ; tho officers. :
_'n of. here _so. as to_ _bee with his wife and son will spend most to Brunswick, N. J. Mrs. Webb Oceanus Friday, for a few days outing "en ij.thmq 1I ball following : Supt., Homer
/ 10 iane; aavantage 01: me public which was truly a pleasant and soclulgathering Wltham ; assistant supt, Walter Kltchlng
of his vacation in cruising on the Indian and her maid, Miss Jenkins, will remain and surf bathing on January
tool, Sunday school etc. here and thoroughly enjoyed by ; aocretury, Miss Julln Taylor; treasurer
a while. We deeply sympathize Mr. SteUton and bride arrived at Mr.Averll'lI. nil Charles Mcl'liersoa organist Mrs.
river.Work Including "Yours truly. We would ;
apt. R. A. Hardee is getting his Barn on the steamer Silver KingIs with the bereaved one Mr. and Mrs. Saturday They with Mr. make mention In detail of the many Charles McPherson; teachers, : Mrs. Rob
land In shape for Webb !have been
has all his beans etc. The progressing; when completed she will be and Port coming to Indian River Averil and wife were over admiring the beautiful and! fantastic costumes, but we ert MoPherson, Mrs. Kate Witham, Mrs.
ptain young trees banked the finest boat of herclass in South Florida Orange for the past twenty beauties of Dr. Chambers' ploco on Sun would( be robblBgour friendly correspondent Gordon! Parks, and Charles Guller,. The
with dirt above the
11 do well to follow bud. Others ; both passenger and freight accomo- I yearn. day. The bride soil groom left, Monday, of that pleasure; knowing his, time of holding the Sunday school has

thisexample.Ilss dations being greatly enlarged and improved The Brevard County Republican Convention for their homo in Wisconsin or her, ability to do justice to all, no been changed from 2:30: p. m to ltd a.. m.

Irene Braddock, gave a birthday somewhat on the plan of the convened in Stewart hall last The thermometer went down to JJ: we refrain
rty to her many young friends last steamer Spartan. She will be un ideal Thursday evening. Mr. C. T. McCarty
for short time tile
a on morning of January Cold Steel or Death.
turday evening. A large circle!' of boat for river business.An was chosen as chairman, and Rev. J. I.. 'ird, between daylight and sunrise HAVE YOUR DEALER!: order you one "

ung people were present and Miss organization for social Intercourse Wilson, secretary Tile committee on but did not stay long enough to do much of Avery' high-wheel hand garden: "There Is but one small] chance to lava

one received many handsome presents. was effected at the Avillab rooms Tuesday credentials consisted! of K. W. Uoode, J. damage. Some of the tips of the pineapplephtnta : Plows from the Florida! Hardware Co., your"life and I that Is through/ an. operation .
T. Hogg and O. W. Boiton. The follow. state was the awful prospect set before
Mrs. Alnsworth
Our fish dealers are working as hard being are turning wlilte. An occasional agent.
ever and dally shipments of trout chosen president; Mrs. Nesbltt,vice-pres ing were selected as delegates to the I bean vine succumbed to the Mrs. I. B. Hunt of Lime Ridge, WIs., by

eep-head, bass, pompano etc, go for- ident; Mrs. Smith, treasurer; and Mrs. State Convention. to be held In St. Angnstloe : cold, and a good many of the leaves are her doctor, after vainly trying to cute
on the 10th Inst.r J. T. her of a frightful of stomach trouble
Botsford Messrs Hogg, C. and will Banyan. case
,ard to the markets of the north. Both secretary. Alnswortb curled drop off. The beans) on _
dens have handsome fleets of boats. Watts MoNab and Booth were appointed J. tichoonmaker, C. If. Stewart, C. T. the vines fared much better than those and yellow jaundice. He didn't counton !
McCarty, K. W. Goode and W. II. II. the marvelous power of Electric: Bitters
a committee to draft a set of rules for that had been picked and shipped, as a
Mrs. Corrine Knox and Miss Willie the government of the club'and reportat Gleason. R. W. Uoode was elected /good many were reported frozen on their Representatives of several commission to cure stomach and liver troubles

mart of Pine Bluff Ark., are. expected the next meeting Jan. 23rd.! chairman of the county executive committee way to the northern markets; but those houses are among us, helping us all they but she heard of It, took seven bottles,,
arrive here this week. These ladies I : J, T. Ilncir. secretarv- C. T. Mo- that reached their destination In good can with advice and brass. was wholly cured avoided surgeon's
me to Indian River to escape the cold Carty Gao W. Holmes, and K. C. Scrim- : knife_ now welzhs!:; more and feels better
order brought fancy prices. A
A Nigh of Terror. very thin i It was quite chilly down here ]last .
ather of and will the geour, members of the committee lane ever It's
Arkansas spend were Ice formed on a imull quadtlty'nf water week. Our old fool thermometer triedto positively guaranteed to a
nter here. "Awful felt for the widowof all re-elected. cure stomach, liver and troubles'
anxiety was In a tub much to tbe delight of some'ofthe let It freeze, and we went to kidney
the brave General Burnhatn. of Macula small''Crackers covering and never appolnts.:! Price COo at
Mr. and Mrs. George Russell enter. who were anxiousto beans at 3 o'clock a. m.; all to no use. B. R.
ned their friends at their home Clnnatus Me., when the doctors said shecould A Monster Devil FIsh Und more of the "wet glass that can't WlillonSoa'a/ drug store.
not live till morning;," writes Mr's.S. stand the sunshine," Picking and plan ting beans goes stead
a Farm! Friday evening! by givingem II. Lincoln who attended her that Destroying! Its victims Is a type of con- ily on; the sliver lining Is beginning to [Send the ADVOCATE an order for any

friends peanut party. Quite a number fearful night. "All thought she must stipation. The power of this murderous loom np through the frozen clouds! of Job printing you need.)
fine attended and were treated tome soon die from Pneumonia but she begged malady is felt on organs: and nerves and A Frightful 111 under adversity. and the truck grower Is correspondingly

sselL vocal music, by Mr. and Mrs. for Dr. King New Discovery sayingit muscles and brain. There's no health Will eften cause k horrible burn, scald, happy.
had than saved her life and till It's overcome. But Dr. King's New Wanted,
more once
cut bruise .Bncklen's
or Arnica Salve, The Doers don't seem to take no for ,
The Union school to bea cured her of Consumption After three Life Pills are a safe and certain cure. !ft
Sunday seems
the best In the world will kill ..he pain an answer; the old lady smith has given An
very flourishing condition; new scol- small doses she slept easily all night Best In the world for stomach, liver, and promptly heal It. Cures old sores, them to understand their attentions/ are Florida.orange grove to care for In South
Would be
loin each The school rais- and Its further use completely curedher. kidneys and bowels. Only 25 cents at willing to work onv
Sunday. fever ] bolls :
sores, nlcen corne.an misplaced and '
yet they take the shares
g; marvelous medicine Is B. K. Wilson A & n's drug store. ; or other arrangemonts might bowade. ;.. '
money to boy an organ, so Stanley This guaranteed skin eruptions. Best pile cure on hi at. Address! ;* .. .I'
tching, the Supt., Informs us, and he to cure all throat, chest and lung I earth. Only 23 eta a box; cure guaran I' ,

shea us to state that small favors'will diseases. Only Silo and '1.00; trial bottles Pleaso mention the AovocurK when teed. Sold by D. R. Wilson A Son, Please writes whenever you fall to ClTHCS Care,ADVOCATE
thankfully R. Wilson A Son's store. advertisers. ,
received. free at B. drug writing druggists. receive the D9'OCA.TX. 10-20 TltusTille Fla.

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crop can THE CHERRY' FRUIT FLY. Florida Central and

with Wltle Awake. Grower Should Look
Oat,For Till. New I'eat.
The Cornell station announces another '

:1 out Potash. ... post to the cherry growers. This Peninsular Railroad

Every blade of now cherry worm, unlike the familiar
grub of the curcullo. Is a true maggot.In .
bulletin No. 172, under the title of
Grass, every grain the ."Cherry Fruit Fly," Professor f.r Unexcelled service from Florida to all points

Sllngcrland says:
of Corn all Fruits
The maggots hatch four eggs laid by

and Vegetablesmust a pretty little fly resembling In shape r 4 North East and West.

"t 1 r, r C frh .
have it. If
l ..,r r o
between Tampa Jacksonville Savannah and Columbia, carrying
A Two Trains daily
enough is suppliedyou .
i! Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping: ca.rs. connecting at Columbia. With sleepers for

can count on a full cropif -- .

too little, the growth will be : I Washington, Baltimore, Phila. and New York.

I .
scrubby.." .' """ Also with Clnclnnattl Sleeper, via Asheville.

Send for our boob telling, all about competition of
fertillnr bat adapted for all cram. They coot you

Bathing. "Iixie) Flyer" e. .


---- (but somewhat smaller) the house fly Tri-Weelcly Sailings Through Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louis via
We think that the adult form of It lathe

After Sho Graduated. fly shown, natural size and enlarged YORK. Lake City Macon Atlanta Chattanooga and Nashville
in the cut The body Is black. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW ,

Its head and legs are light yellowish and all points In the Nor'tbwest.
Making connections for Kansas City, Chicago
brown. The wings (one Is ehowii enlarged Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
"I was hardly] out of school when I
Married," said a handsome' young Brooklyn ) are crossed by four blackish
woman to an acquaintance. "I had bands and have a blackish spot at The'Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service service between Jacksonville and New Orleans
hard I full of ambition Through sleeping car
been studying wan their tip. The maggot Is of a light yellowish -
-I wanted to be accomplished. I white color.Unfortunately I via River Junction and Pensacola.
wanted to be a musician, a linguist and a
society woman all at once. Then I fell in this! cherry maggot Q The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. of this
Full Information application to agent company.
loft and became a wife and mother" works In a very Inconspicuous man Direct Service Between .on any
"My mistake was that I tried to accom nee All of those who suffered from

Its ravages the past summer did not. Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. A. O McDonell, L. A Shipman,
know of Its presence until their atten
lion, was called to It by the consumers (Calling at Charleston, S. c., both ways)
i General I Pass. Agt. Asst. Gen. Pa s. Agt.
I cr of the cherries The two cherries SEMIWEEKLY BAILINGS I

I In the upper part of the second cutcontained Southbound ..... "..".... "....'".'........... .......... ..from Lewis Wharf, BostonStorthbound"rI. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Southern. .
!! !! .....:.............. ............ .... from toot of Hogan Street, JacksonvilleClyde's
t maggots, although they were ..
apparently perfect fruits externally. If
St. Johns River Line.
the cherries are allowed to remain on

the tree or are not used within a few "
1.. Y 4' days after )picking:, the work of the BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. -.
I Fla.Intermediate landings on the St.Jobn'sRiver.STEAMER *
Jacksonville Palatka Sanford Enterprise
maggot will result In a rotting and

sinking In of A portion of the fruit, AS
Is shown by three cherries In the lower "Fln n'l( eUAHY." jteRailway.i

r '+er part of the cut. When this stage Is CA1T. W.: A. BHAVT.Leave .

reached or often even before the fruit Jacksonville 3:30: I'.m.,Rundays. ,Tuesday and Thursdays.

9 f fR fpIkh shows signs of rotting the maggotsare Leave Sanford\9:00: a. m., Enterprise \9flO: a.m.. Mondays,Wednesdays and Frlditys, DIRECT LINE--QUICK TInE

usually full grown and soon crawl Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.W. .
out of the fruits. -TO-
P. A.., F..M.IRONJ\1UNOJfR.J: .; Fla.Pass.Agt.
One grower at Genera N. Y., reports enownngGreenNewYork.. I 2114 West Hay Jaoksunvllla,,'Ia.
that he fears the same! Insect worked C. P.LOVKLL. ....""t.Fla. tlul.t.; JOHN. L. HO WAK1>,tlu..rlnt too much and didn't take cAre of my In lilt ,, ,FIa I foot Hoican ttt.,Jacksonville Fla.
health and 1 broke down. I might have prunes last year. Ten years ago TIIEO. U. KGKlt. T. 1\(.. 0 Howling Or..eo.l\jew :Ifork. NEW YORK, CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, ATLANTA -
been saved world's of suffering if I had maggots were found working In both WM. P LYDE" CO., General Ar.nU.II .
been more careful and used a little common cherries and plums In northern Michigan Bllowlln Green.New Yor ** BO. Delaware Ave..Philadelphia.T I BIRMINGHAM. MEMPHIS CHATTANOOGA
x sense. I hated to tell my mother how These were thought to have been '- '
f' miserable I felt before I jrarried. I thought I ; ST. 'LOUIS KANSAS, CITY
apple maggot, but we believe they .
i saw would just pooh I pooh I at me. I
think mothers understand more about were Identical with those which have and all Points East and Wait.

'such troubles now-a-days than they used worked In the cherries of New Yorknnri --- ---
to. I would never allow a daughter of '
Massachusetts this
mine to marry, being no stronger than I year. Thus NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS:
wee' then. cherry growers,, In the eastern, middle ... '"
"My husband was'so kind and considerate end northern states should be on the .;,. .' h The New York and Florida
: : Express
!, I didn't want to be complaining" all lookout for the pest. ., .'., : I ,
O the time. He insisted on the doctor coming '" ': ",)' ,."-. :t.1I'III{. "" .. 'trY": ; ;'(" ,, ". Via Savannah and ellarlo",11'. C.
to see me-a realll'ood. old doctor too. There seems to be no practicable *.:.. ''' .. '\ .I ..-; .
> The New York and Florida Limited
Y t. He gave me medicine for my digestion and method of getting at the pest while It -' 1t .. ,
I my headache, and something to help my Is In the fruit except the heroic meth- .' Via Savmnns and Charlotte,N.O.
heart action. I somehow could not bear to od of picking and destroying by boilIng The United States Fast Mall, ,
t tell him what the real trouble was. I knew
be would insist on an examination and I burying: or otherwise the whole Via Savannah and Charlotte, N.C.

dreaded it so. crop on the Infested trees Just about The Cincinnati and Florida Limited,
"My married sister told me I ought to i the time the first fruits are ready to Via
write to Dr. Pierce of Buffalo but I felt so pick or even before. This method, of This Space Reserved for the .r.s.p.
guilty to do that without tellinl my hus
band. But she wrote for me and received course involves the loss of the cherry Through Vestibuled Trains--Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars.
a kind, sensible letter, telling me how to crop of a season but It Is the only
give myself simple treatment at home. sure method we can conceive of to Through Coaches--Elegant: Dining Cars.

This three helped bottles of me Dr.; and Pierce'then Favorite she got Prescription me. completely check the pest. The post Florida East Coast
and I began to take it. Pretty could' be quickly stamped out in this
soon my husband said 'something doing way as It spreads very slowly
you good sure ; You're ever so much If what few"windfalls" there might Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and Cincinnati
stronger and brighter' Then I had to tell
him everything. 0 be were destroyed, all the marketable O., Via Aaheville, N.C., and Knoxville,Through
/ .'First be frowned a little and shook his fruit picked and disposed of and all "THE LAND OF THE SKY."
head ; then be just laughed and said well Corrected' Time-Tahle.
the proof of the pudding is in the eating I
If this little woman is made well and Through Trains via Southern Railway are now Operated in connection with

1c strong by anybody's Prescription no the Plant System from Jaolcaonville.
Isatter what his dame Is, God bless him
whether he lives in Buffalo or right: next
door.' And I was made perfectly strong for Rates,Schedules and Information call on or address

i and well by this treatment" as I never had ,","" I d. ': .!),. A. OIRARDEAU. T. P. A.. or W. T. COSBY, T. P. A,,,
been before in life ;;(, :
( my '. ,:"U"t't'1 ':
aii West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.
'This is a true experience; it is one of .", /,.'".-", "
\ ,..1.I ,., '\\I\V."I'\ : RANDALL CLIFTON District Passenger Agent
thousands which BUOW that a physician ,r.., .. .... /s > Savannah Oa.
,' like Dr. Pierce{ who has devoted a lifetimeof .. ,. "i" : J. M. GULP. W. A. TURK S. H. HARDWIOK.
\ special practice to treating ailments ,:' TrafHo Manager Gen. Para.Art. Asst. Sen.Pass. Aal.
peculiar to women, can prescribe for them Wa-hinifton. li.a Washington ft. O. Atlanta Ga.
by mail just all effectively as if the patientwas .. ,
_. .. -
-- -
: in his office, and a thousand times I -
more effectively than the average doctor
whose attention I. merely given: to general!
practice. Dr. Pierce hai been thirty yearschief
consulting physician to the Invalids'. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.Florida .
Hotel and Surgical Institute, of
N. Y. His prescriptions are .. -
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over the world as the great standard remedies New York,

designed for to the cure diseases; and as an which author they of med.are Ocean Steamship: Co. Philadelphia and Boston.-

dual books be stands among the most eminent From Itrnn.wlokdlreettoNew York.
authorities. 4g:,
a The above is not a fairy story. It 1 Is not Line"Pchxt _r I PASSENGER SERVICE.To .
the story of one person. It is the story of
I thousands. jot women. It is a composite \ make connections with steamers, leave Jacksonville
picture in which one can trace face behind CmCSTED CBSRRIK&fruits on Thursdays 4:26: p. m.,or, Fernandlna at 6:00: p. m., via
face, lined with suffering channeled by removed from the tree at the :grail: : Par"t Soa..... (Cumberland Route). Supper en route. Passengers on arrival
'' i, tears. It i is a story as true as the parableof last picking, most of the Infested char Fast Freight and Luxurious Passenger Route from at Brunswick go directly aboard steamer.
the Prodigal Son, which was not the ries would be got out of the orchard

story the type of one which young repeats man itself but the generation story of before most of the maggots bad matured Florida to New York, Boston and the East. PROPOSED SAILINGS

n/\rr generation and is as common to and got into the soil. Lv.New York,Pier 21 E.R.,3:00p.: m., (Standard Time.) Lv.Brunswick.
Uurope as to Asia, to Africa as to America. which Is not
Possibly deep plowing Friday flee 29.... .......... ...... ... COLORADO.......... ..................Friday, Jan 0
JS IT YOUR STORY? often practicable! In a cherry orchard Frlilay.Jan e.,.....". ..._..... ......RIO GRANDE....... ..... .......... ...Friday ".I
Your story either in whole or In part? in late fall or early spring might bury SHORT RAIL RIDE TO SA V ANN All. Friday U ... .. .COLORADO ...... .... .............. 19
There's hope for you. There's help for the that the Friday '; ID..........:.......,::. ......RIO GKANDE. ........ ................ Friday, *>
you. Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription puparla so deeply emerge Thence via Ship Balling from Savannah.
1 has cured so many cases where life was a ing tiles could not get to the surface. For general Information,steamers trains,rates etc.,apply; to
t daily burden under which the weak and FOUR SnIPS EACH WEEK TO NEW YORK. TWO TO BOSTON.
BASIL GILL, Agent, 220:! W.Bay St.Jacksonville.
weary body staggered on to the that .
grave 'repa"lnllf Tre For Winter.At .
.; it can be recommended with the utmost All ticket Agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules. H.H.RAYMOND General Southern Agent,Brunswick O..
the north begin to trees
assurance orders. Ulceration in every and case inflammation of female, ,dis-irregularities and shrubs for winter at prepare least, by the Write for general Information, sailing schedules, stateroom: reservations, or call on O.H.MALLORY& Co.,General Agents Pier 21, E. Rlrer,and 30 Broadway,K':Y.

I displacements, and uterine last of October. At the south this E. II. HINTON, WALTER HAWKINS: ,
Iworders in general, all yield quickly to should not be delayed longer than No- Traffic Manager, Oen'l A gCTrafllo.Department.
ttte action of this real and radical remedy.
'A. the disease U healed the symptom vember. To protect from the ravages Savannah, Ga. 221:! W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
heath. away : pain in the side, difficult of rabbits mice, etc., clear the ground If YOll Have Not
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Qoating specks before the eyes, around the stalk of all rubbish either -
nausea weariness and melancholy The by hoeing or mowing off close to the
i appetite returns the blood is vitalized, and
life which was heretofore a mere existence ground. Apply protection to the body
becomes a hearty, happy condition of the tree. Tills can be done by-wran- Found What You Want.
V ping\ ; with paper, rage, cornstalkfl.SCf't'n ,I
Fnvorlln Pursuits. wire or wood veneering.! So II
"Dorothy women act tutu Idiots In a advises, American Agriculturist. .
1 I bargain rust" If you are going anywhere, whether It be to the For a Home, suppose you take a trip down and look at our

I Well net, scuttling Ulchajd.for don't forgot bowmen No Trmnnim.A North, South, East, West, Fruit aud Garden Lands along the
supper on an excarelon South Carolina farmer reports
steamer."-Chicago Record. plenty of fine hulls and vines only Northwest or Southwest.Remember .

It Seemed I from a well- fertilized plot of peanut! East Coast
Vseless."I'm plants 'aud The Southern Cultivator that the PLANT SYSTEM of Railways and Steamship Lines with
a deal
good Interested
new planet they are preparing In the to says he is not alone lu his experience! gateways at Port Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville, Charleston, Mongomery, Tifton I i J

study" remarked There Is much complaint cf the same and various other points/wlth.t't" all the year round DOUBLE DAILY SERVICEis
the man who find Settlers are flocking In but still there is room If you are
relaxation from business in astrono, trouble.' It Is supposed that the want I the beat, route, and that all Information can be obtained promptly by addressing
H my. of fruit Is caused by the failure of the or calling on looking this way, drop a line to .

l .1 ".\. new planet! echoed tho trust pollenlzatton of the blooms at the proper H. C. McFadden JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlc -PrE"ddent,
magnate reproachfully\ "What wa time and that failure was due to the Division Passenger Agent. I ,

the use I We don't own all the earth condition of the weather at the time of 138 West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, Fla., FLORIDA J EAST COAST R'Y,

f yet!"-Washington/ Star:.,tk pollen benrlcf. B. W. Wren, Passenger.Traffic Manager, Savannah Ga. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.f' .
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RIVER ADVOCATE, JAN. 12. 1900. 7 It t

LLE. TACISON\"lr..LI: :. :.



This handsome new hotel, located on the bank of the beautiful Indian River,
., r :. INDIAN RIVER, In the heart of the far-fn nod Iiuilnn River orange region, la now open for the
FLORIDA Mns.' N. F. GARCIA, Proprietress reception of guutttN. A more dollttlitfitl and attractive locality cannot be
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Imagined than Itocklodgo, with Its beautiful. walk, romantic scenery boar-
Inn OrllIjtootroveK./ fine boating Fishing und hunting. Rooms with private f
(. Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Complete Service. bath I Hates $2,611:) ; I) ]per day and upward Special' weekly rlatell.
.".... Proprietor. THE BEST $2.00: PFR! DAY HOTEL IN :FLORIDA 8. II. PECK, Manager.

Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Traveler's. -- ..- t
'e.4 A P A The hotel fronts on the LAU OAM.Ii
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.u1 wideeweepofbay(7miles( .
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p p In width), formed by the ST. AUGUSTINE.
( Indian River, making It a -- --

11nIRilIIOIAIiIIUt l1"ro delightful sort. Constant summer cool re ,HOTEL MAGNOLIA AUGUST N Hotel Granada., EAU, GALL1K; FLA.
breezes from the sea/ and ST. FLA.
bay. Flowing: sulphur
nun IpnM inl/a/ + a jlwlaliu n f springs. Special summer JJ112.OOO expended on Improvements and new furnlnM ngs last year Half way down the East. (Toast, on the hank of Indian; Hlver. Host
rates. and tf(5( ,<>OO this season Hydraulic IClotntor, Hot mid Cold hunting and fishing point on the Const. Everything new. :No malaria.
Water Hiitliet ch tloor also 1'rlvato Until, added to several
on "" ; i .
Largo rooms, good buds, plenty of oranges and a OUAUA.NTKKD TAIILK.:
unites and heating Arrangements are among the Improvements'mpking
this popular house onto( the most comfortable and well $2.00 to I $:1.1)0) per day. Special weekly rates.

Titiisvlllo,Hoarding ,1I0uNeH. equipped hotels in the /South. Write for booklet. IIALLECK WELLES, Proprietor. NOEL A. MITCHELL, Clerk:

PALMER A MAcDOWELL, Proprietors. .
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Board and room, $1.00 per day. When In need of white or rye Bread, pies ST AUGU FLA.
cakes, etc., go to :Mrs. Peltier's' City Bakery. Yachts, boarding ]houses,
hotels and families supplied. Opposite the Hotel Alcazar and AlimedlWille verandas picturesque The Netherby L.DENOn. -ladlan-River.'

lawns. Home-like and.comfortable. Rates moderate. J'

OUKNIGHT'S BOARDING HOUSE TITUSVILLE, FLA. GEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor. Ono of the loveliest]locations ou the river All modern\ Improvements.
Hot and cold bath, :Sulphur: Spring. Excellent. drinking: water.
of fruit and tee Fish mid fresh, iihund
Good, airy.and comfortable Plenty Oysters vegetables
rooms. Board and room, One Dollar per day. I
Northern cooking house handsomely, furnished with all the
Special rates by week or month. once /
n.! BOUKNIOHT, Proprietor. The New Algonquin Hotel comfort cf, a home limits, Trains stop at Uuxlon! station on the
plantation.! I'inoapptodlstilet. :?\11'14.1\1. A. CURTIS Manager
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JINNI'lN.: 1<

m .FRONTING ON'1'11E1'LAZA.. .
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Under New and Liberal] Manngoinent.,:
THE ST. JAMES JACKSONVILLE, FLA. id t I Most Centrally Located.: Special attention JK.NSEN" FLORIDA.IIUEVARD .
Season 18)J!) -1000. Now Open. ti> Tonrlst and Corumerclul\ travel Al Fresco Hotel
Grand view of Day and Ocean from Verandas. COUNTY.J. .
The St. James needs no Introduction to visitors to FIOI'ldFrom a beginning > The loading[ Hotel. Open the
In 180:), the St. James has increased In size and added to its appointments ._. 'a )'el\l'runn.l. hates *\J to $:!.GO! per d.iy. I.. JENSEN': PmpiU'tnr.New .
with increased popularity of the tourists' travel to Florida.:
The location Is unsurpassed, being the highest ground in Jacksonville 1C.. HAYDEV, Manager.!
on house; best nct'omiuodallonw. mi ,the Kind 0"1114I"hl; (\ frst-clsss and
facing the St. James Pijrk. Baggage;': checked to all polnU. Last Two Years. Manner: Oooan View Hotel. every convenience and comfort, Ilot Hud ('"ltIl"uh,,; modern Improvements.In .
Its music as in the past sensons, will be furnished by Prof. Ed. Prouty's -- the center of tho famous. Hnvupplit" :>entloii; cKmo, u> the Inlet; Fish and
Orchestra, and will bent the high grade. This house, as In the past is under Ousters In abundance, Terms.moderate.. ,
the management of J. R. Campbell and everything will be done for the com- ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.F. .
fort and pleasure of guests. Address by mall or telegraph, The St. George S. TVLBH, Proprietor.H. 'Don't pun to Stole| at JensenYhen Vl.-iltliij Imllnn Itlver.WIST t

J. R. CAMPBELL Fla. .. .
Jacksonville S. OUKKN, Manager. -- -- -- -- ---" -- -- ----
': I'A ..1\1 BI.\: (] II.
Corner of the Plaza and St. George 'Street. In the very center of tho
city. Stilctly first-elusw I In, every respect. Rates) $2.50: () per day and i

upwards. Special weekly and party rates. THE SEMINOLE.W1WT\ PALM( 11KACII; FLA.

PLAZA HOTEL USTIN'F. Under! New Management.' Open\, the, Year Hound.( Excellenco of.'\,
ST.. AU FLA. '
CuMue. spoulalty, Rates. $.J.BO\ to $11.00: per day.SKAGLE.fc I '
This hotel Is now :pen for ROOMS ONLY. It I III centrally located, near
Postolllce. flank and Cathedral. IIUUNHAM, Proprietor;

Rooms ftOcts to 1.00 per day; $UIO to $0.00 per week. --.. ,_. -- ..-. ..-._-...,.---
V. 1). SANCHEZ, Manager.
OA IN 10:11,1.: -.':.


This delightfully located hotel, near the City Gates, overlooking! \.
OPPOSITE CITY PARK, old Fort Marlon and the bay, DOW open for the season, under tho ....THOIJOUG1ILY! OVERHAULED AND RI OVATEn..o
| RATES, $2.50 and upward DODGE & CULLENS.erritt's .
management of 1'. M. Sttarez, of the Everett House, Saratoga
Springs N. Y. For rates and other particulars apply to
1\(anager,'formetly) "Placid," Jucbsnnvllle, Flu'
P. M. SUARHZ: St. Augustine, Flu.

Hotel Rathbun OLD CAnJ.ETo! ..... The Everett House, Saratoga/ Springs, N. Y., will bo open June 1, 11)110.) ) -

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Market and Bay Streets fronting St. Johns River. American plan. 'Hotel with Seven Cottages and 10

Family hotel; steam heat. OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafe! and Grill THE COLONNADES SEABREEZE FLA., Twenty minute
b'y bll- from DAYTONA / Acres of Land.
rooms attached Florida trade especially catered for. Rates from

$2:50: to $1. per day. Special rates by the week or month............' Electric Light, Steam heat Private baths> floating, Fishing, Surf
Bathing, Ocean pier and pavilion. Host bicycle roads In the
H. DALTON, In charge of office. C. A. MERRITT, LesseeV
State. Puy tickets vU; F. E.C., R'y to Daytona.

J. P. V1NING :

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_ American Plan. $2.00 to $3,00 per day Brick Hotel, Overlooking: John Iii vor.
Rates $2.fiO/ per day." Weekly awl monthly rates. Convenient to all
boat landings and Railroad Depots. J. WATKINS LEE, Prop. I
Table unsurpassed. Rooms and Beds best in the City. Bus moots all trains. Also Proprietor of the Old Sweet Springs, W. Va.

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Free tickets on street cars to within one block on Hotel.
oLANf>. ,
CIIAS. COUCH, Resident Manager.WESTMORELAND wti'.V14A-' +

t ,_ Hotel College Arms DELAND FLORIDA

\ HOTEL. West Bay and Cedar stre ,

Is about one hundred miles south ot.JaekRonvlll81II of easy access to travelers
by the Plant System being on the Do Land Branch, five miles from lierosford
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- .. .. .
It is located on high, roiling pine land. There aro orange groves and pleasant --- .- -
ed this season, Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold water drives In the vicinity. There are some fifteen miles of shell roods about the -
Five minutes from wharf or depot. All town making It a paradise for riders The sanitary arrangements are of the Located ut, HAnNO, threE' quarters of n mile south of EAU: OALLIE, "
Baths, Elevator, etc. any latest and most Improved. The hotel Is lighted electricity and heated with
J-'HU Oullle Hlver leas then. half mile from the
street cars pass the door. Rooms 50o, 73o and $1 a day Rooms and steam, while la every room Is an open fireplace. There has been an additionof FLOHIDA, on the M (
seventy-five rooms with private baths, are single or en suite. The cuisine Indian Hlver and two and' u half miles from the Ocean, The propertyis
board $2.00 to $2.50 per day. will be kept at high standard. A first-class livery stable connected, The two hundred miles south of Jacksonville' on the Florida Knit Coast

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. milk and cream is supplied by a private dairy of Jersey cows. Vegetable are Hallway, with the Railroad Station adjoining. the property. Buildings
from the home farm. The water U supplied from an Artesian well. Terms,
$3: per day and upward. Special t<> families. For further Information addressC. erected in 1800!, and some of them have never been occupied' the origInal -

W. RIPLEY, Manager, Hotel College Arms, Do La ml, Fla. owner having died 1 a few month. after their completion.The .
lew Hotel ROSELAND JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Rlpley's Summer Resort, The Slpplcan, Marlon MOMS, hotel WUII opened for about two _months prior to the owner's

--. -- -- death, and bun not been used since. All the building were' erected
Under entire new management. Newly furnished and renovated. Cool, Too Much For 11'. Credal/l. An 110...' .'..... the most ubitHnllttl. innnner and are now In excellent Condition. The

quiet, and comfortable. Electric lights; and bells. Croquet, tennis and "I hare Just been reading the !honorable I o lJ< hotel and pnttuK. are completely furnished, and very little of the fur-
bowling alleys. Good fishing and boating. Special table d'hote dinners works of ono of your famous female niture bus ever been used There are two artesian! wells, twenty cU-

served every day at 6 p. m. We supply the table with fresh vegetables English/ poftH." mild tho educated Japanese terns connected, with .newer eti

from our own garden; fresh eggs and chickens from our own poultry "and I cannot understand her no The property" cost the original owner $18,000 and. will be sold 1 at *

yard; good rich cream from our own cows. Pay Us a. visit. Within exceeding popularity. I refer" to the sacrifice. The above cut fairly represents the. property.For .
Mother (JoonThere In OUt of her
two blocks of the Ostrich Farm. Yew 'phone 3-17. particulars apply, to or address\ ,
In which she
poems 0f celebrity acquaints EZRA F. HATCH Hon I). L. GAUI DF.N. War A. WAKNOCK
us of ul: l blackbirds that snug"
Caretaker on pram!""*. Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner.
after had been beforehand baked
RAND VIEW Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. they Eau Oullie.\ FluiIda. Tltu vlle! Fla. Jamaica, N. Y.
Into a pie. The Mother Goose 1 regard,
and consider an one of the greatest

Nearest Hotel to Union Station; three blocks from new Post Office and liars of the English, xpeaklug nutlquity. 'fr NIC AREND'S
Government Buildings; centrally located on Forsyth street between -Chicago Tribune.

Bridge and Clay streets, on high and spacious grounds. Very pleas .. .
Na Yet Aft'hlle."There DEPOT FOIL'Bartholomay's
ant Parlor, Office and Dining Room, also large; and airy: sleeping apartments Is the hor cle.. carriage," she r

single or en suite, well and nowly furnished with. Modern Im nald tnoughtfully. First Jockey-Oo ahead I I've bet BOO
provements; Electric Bella, Hot and Cold Water Oaths, etc. Popular "Yes." h* admitted. lonlsiinilnst/ my horse! Rochester Beer.
rrlce E. II. SANBORN, Proprietor. "And wireless telegraphy *vond WkC'J'-Aod! {rm to get 1,000
"}:....H If I'm. beaten.-I'ollchluelle.

JACKSONVILLE FLA. "Ami chnlnless bicycles Fine Wines Llquorssad Cigars.MKllCIIANTHILUNG'II .

IOTEL OXFORD, Opposite St. James Hotel. ""Y 1 Po.wonder.:' abe said wltb a slch.If Little Fidget Comtd wanted'Walt.be"! aunt to 12 to :52 IV' IU. 25 CI NT8. .

comfortable and It ever will come to armless court crack some hickory nuts fur her. 130 W. Bay St. Jacksonville! Florida.
Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, "
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the Oxford ships. "I'm too busy DOW said her aunt. -- --- -- -- --- ---- -
homelike and special efforts made to give all who stop at a pleas-
ant Bates reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jack- Then be hastened to _ar:. faerPout. "Well auntie" said Fidget "me can I ,
stay. very Remember the does Job
CIlJio..a8'O Printing.INDIAN
nT"le' wait till tbe busy goes away. I ADVOCATE .
:MRS. M. O. FINLZY, Propr. N

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L TL, A ,/ 8 INDIA RIVER' ADVOCATE, JANUARY 12, 1900. .- -- -



Trial Trip of Thl* Steamer.!

FLORIDA JEWELERS, Financial Statement' ot lirevard County. Fla., This bet\lItifulst.eamboat, built by that ....LLy ora... ,
for the year ending ooenifoer Dint A. U. 1HOU. energetic and well-known firm, the Mer Crockery Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited.

JACK.HONVII.LH( 1'AI.M BEACH RKCKIPTS.BalanceCRHhon rill-Stevens Engineering and Shipbuilding .
s 1'. AUOUSTINK: hand Jan. lit.fund 18K9. .t 224.37 Co., Jacksonville, Fla., for the Plant WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND TITUSVII.LE, FLORIDA.
1O o'd In I8IW for Co. Kev. scot 1J.51II.21
it to .. Road and Hrtilge to 7,11X1.20: Steamship Line, and christened "II. B. -------:::::
4 I I, Southern Souvenirs. ii <. >i Hulidlnir fund account. 7IV Plant," made her debut on the waters of UNITED STATES COURTS.::?
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t u ii Klneand Forfeiture fund 2,74X.M: the St. Johns River on the litb inst. the
ii a n M.toad und dint. No.2. 11.70 ,
) \ ., e 14.It .. No.5... 7.16 report of which came too late for publi- Lesley & o rCe II I
F \1 ,?THE ANHEUSER BUSCH.,, u .1 4. ii Game Warden Fund.... !S0. u cation In our last l Issue. The U. B. Plant Abstracts of Title I 1

Total. ...... .. ....... ........ ....f2Z.BW.3B was on her trial trip, and the ADVOCATK (Successor to LOSLEY RENAKER &; CO.) j
Brewing Asso's. PAYMENTS. was among the fortunate ones who re > ,

e Paid s War.<. In" I.HIM. )Itoatl Co.; Itev.and Ran Bridge. fund fund'I2(57I.B4 Twu( IB ceived party.At an Invlttttloh to join the merry Furnished to lands in Brevard and Dade Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies Rums, Gins and Whiskies,

r Fniiinii St. Loiil Keg and JJoUtlud u e e" "" *,. Fine liulldlnir' and und Fnrfettnre........ 1.MIIWJ in.oo 10:15: a. m. all the guests that had Counties.We Bottled Beers Ales and Stoat -

hoer .> i" F *" F Feeding Frl,>.) AA0.70 been Invited were aboard; the whistle
Hold \>3 Mew. Loftloy A: Motlow, <> >. 8 lUHul fund dint No 5. 70.0'l sounded the warning note that site was A, First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tables
Olive Warden fund. 40.00
TlriKTllle. / "ria.' ready to leave that Jovial fellow Capt.
; have A large list ofZAN Family and hotel trade la solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to
By Mr. II. ,.. .MnU.iw, t'noon }'Ia.j' Total... ........ .... .... .. .. ....S22.1U7.43: W. M. White, ordered the lines oust oil LOS LET & mall
By Mr. V .f.1"her. (:'IO"a und and tile II. B. Plant gracefully stgameIaway ordurs. Cash must accompany your order. MOTLOW Tltusville,Fla

I Fort I'lorcu, Fla. Balance cash on hand January 11100..., 778.00 from the Merrill-Stevens' wharf to : : :ID: S _. -. -
j' WARRANT ACCOUNT. their wharf on the other side of the rIver.
JOSEPH ZAPF 1st 1HU0\ Warrant. out. a. fol.Iowsu
January tanding -
; I Here we landed that artist of artists, Mr ourae' Protect Your
1 fo Itevenne, General fund, warrant..$ 2.tflfl: 97 O. Pierre Havens, who photographed owned by ves and client Price

Solo Agent. Fine Knail: and and I Forfeiture Wrlilire Fund fund warrant"...::.. ::. 2,246.13: 745.43FsodFmimdfeeding the new steamboat as we steamed past; for unimproved lands $3.00 to' $100.00per Property Against _i,

w ( prls.) .... .... .... UHJ.ao and which picture, like all his othei" I LXGEITN'XN'GLn.d: OYOLONES.I
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} ._010 to fl(1: ( West Bay Street TotalWARRANTS..... .... ........ ..15,550 of to works her. of tart, will, no doubt, do Justice acre. I I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Life

IH8UKD IN tllllfl) close to the wharf took Am also for Bonds of the
r. JACKSONVILLE, FLA I Ii (:-rti Revenue General Fund warrants. .$11,447.41 Hauling we Insurance Company. Agent: Surety City
Read and Bridge fund warrant .... .... M,MtH.7-! Mr. Havens aboard; cast off once more, WE have few Residence Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.
1 ..... ..... .. a Orange
DuUdlnirrund warrant lO.ot) and headed down stream, against call address CIIAS. S.
i :\ : fund; .... For Rates Information, etc., on or ,
Fine and Forfeiture warrants 9I3.B9V
JOHNSON LAW COMPANY Si V fund (feeding prisoners) ........ 3tM>.40 wind and tide, at a lively pacemakingtwelve Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable Tltusville, Fla.
Spuola Ri>aU fund warrant(diet No.. 8)) HO.OO knots per hour with scarcely any
/4 .. .. .. (district No. 575,90. vibration which speaks
perceptible very locations. Prices Reasonable.
Game Warden Fund......... ..... 40.00 blah for the builders.

/, EDISON LALANDE, Wirrant Issued In 1H90) ...... ..... .......21,21J1J.2'JW.rrant.outot..ndln The cold air on the water seemed to INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY
Jan. 1800... the of those board -
SAMPSON NO., ; 1, 6,55084 sharpen appetites on f TITUSVILLE
-,- and the order was given by that whole- OFFICES; J TITUSVILLE FLA.
Total........'Jfl,8(0 Ofl 1 and MIAMi. ,
and DRY BATTERIES Lbvelace
I souled, fellow, Capt. J. A. the
WARRANTS PAID IN 1S09.ro -- ------ -- Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention
the main brace. A
: FOIl GAS ENGINE IGNITION Revenue n.noral l Fund Warranto.t2IJT3111 mate, to "splice
IConil and Br'dge 7,2ill> luIliilldlnur large bowl of finely-flavored RomanHindi paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing fs my motto.T. .

Fine and, Forfeiture "" "" 1,04902 li:> 00 )dot coffee, turkey and ham sandwiches East Coast Meat Market WETMORE, Proprietor.

,., (food.priM.).. IIfiO 10 salmon and lobster salads, sardines .
Road "I.. ... then laid before --- --- ------------------- --
; Special ( no.I) 70/ OU etc., etc., were
I Game Wardon '! 4000( guests; ; find after supplying the inner (,I. F. DUREN, Agent.

Total..... ../ .-*:22,1U740. man breakers I ahead on the bar were notlced s:: "" A NICE CLEAN SMOOTH SHAVE
( llitlunce of warrant outstanding Jan which made some of those on board ev 0o ,
I 1 HID' a* follow: $4,67)4) (10 think they would have to part company -.
't l county KAvenue.Cleneral fund.. ..,..... 1.24:1111: with some of their Roman punch and C'A -
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loud and Hrldca) .8,141568 F"yd
Klne. mid Forfeiture 10) onBpiiulal lobster salad to feed Old Neptune; so when
you can always get you use a Griffon
f i Road nand (ddtrtct No, 2). ((1000Total ( the Captain-thinking it unadvisable to \ .
entertain the old sea god on this occa- = razor. We have the finest stock of high
,OT8 00
ion-put the ship about; headed hOI'up -
en grade fine tempered steel Griffon
N and in due time landed ,
stream safely
Debt of County January 1, 1.'IIt.l 'fr
Amt, warrant oiiu.amllnic: 1, 111119.1.100113I. ( / at our starting point-about four o'clock that are guaranteed to be the best and most j
) ...H*sash. In treamiry Jsn.1,1e19.) 22437 p. m.-amid the booming of cannon and ,1t iH
Jet debt Jan. I. (\ 6&MW:! well .:; .. satisfactory that Is made. Our stock of fine
of whistles all pleased -
i I Itobt of Jan. 1. 1300 and screeching = -
Amt. warrant o"tstamllnIf Jan. 11000. 4,(178 60HK with the trip and boat's performance.A CD : ; 1rv cutlery In table ware, pocket knives, razors,
I w 'fin t I, rash in treannry Jan.l, 1901),.. .... 778 W) vote of thanks was theb unanimouslyendered 6=3
-w N..t delit Jan. 1, IIHK) 3.HDU70UenreaHa \ scissors and shears are -the beat manufactured.
", of 0ol.tln l,4W7tt the Merrill-Stevens) Co. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA t

Full line of Elocti leal Supplies. Warrants 1.8I1e.1In 1HIW wore for the following Among the Invited guests who enjoyed .
nirpiHHi C'p'inty revenue-iceneral fund. the trip were: Messrs. 0.. I*. Havens, J. '
JOHNSON LAW CO. {/o.; .<.)oiuui .,.Mlnry At uilleaee (ills,1)I s 7060 O. Sinclair, J. II. Norton J. E. Baird, L. r II ((1111(6(

'83 II VT. For.yth St. Jacksonville, Fla. .. 4 to "It "uI.:3 111 7400 an O. Stephens, Guy R. Pride, F. W. Boyer, George Peeples... l1T JAS. PRITCHARD & SON

.. .. .. 4.. ..14720B. J. T. Manler) Chas H. cabin, Frank
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TJ1 .... U .. aotlfO Soyleston, John Clark, John Balfe, L. bulldlnAeon:: ....Tinsmith .
Brcvcry <>coniitant, salary 1HOOOlh ) TITUSVILI/E FLORIDA,,
Ellis A. G.
J. Carter F. W. Thompson
<)rlir, waiting on Board Co. Conu'r.. 72: 00 door to Carnith- -,.
'1. Cop9Wgminutei.&annual .t'n'tforpub 101 00 L. W. Towne, Sealey, R. B. Daniel, R. O. era' barber ".hop.VashingtonAve. .
ale West Hay St Jacksonville :
Auditor; : and clerk' fee. Co. Goms'r.... 410 2ronmmtluir Carmel and J.' O. Walton ; Hon. A. W. TlTUSVILLE, FLA..

: FINE flinty' Judge arty, ...,salary'.and convict fee* 2JO Oivi 00!Btf Cockerell), Captains Ed. Fitzgerald\ Wm. Tlnaml thing, Roofing, Gutteringand LOST.

County treasurer. oominlHHlon......... 7)004) \ Lee, Roland, J. f. Parry J. II. Smith ..
' Wines Liquors and Cigars. Supervisor' of /Cot'n./ ,alary & expenne 14(1( 4'* Stevens, John Murphy, Spencer:! andVogel all kinds of repair work promptly
Tax collector, o"11ull1olon...... ..... .. 1,86140/ Sheriff Brow. attended to.
Pr. C. W. Johnson
''ax' anHeHfior,rfiminlHlHona and expenHe I.S:111111: ) ; The profit and more, on SHOES.

Anheuser-Busch Extra Pale on Draught. (uiinty: : surveyor, : r.gofti.. 50H.wkfar ard.The Work from down the River solicited 'Ve'offer several pairs, most men's$3.3t
clerk' and *. II 1.1 00 office! of the steamer were as follows -
Fine Cold Lunch Served Dally. Plait and !frame warden,alary .. ..... 4KO 00 W. M. White captain J. A. Love- ; (), 4.00, and $.1.00, sizes 7, 7|
I The best of Service and an!tor,Hilary...., UC 00 : ;
i a quIet
I esort. JOHN F. ] Jailor, salary.. .. iftlOOO) lace, mate; Frank Brock, chief engineer; MAINHARD BROS. and 0, . . .
MUNCH Mgr.CANCER 1'lftotrltllljChl8 C't. bo me.1.11( and office atVWC
111 00Vond.ootirchuuBB lt. Jones, second, mate. antI pilot.
and orllce 2200
1".., miiirt lioiiHe and olllrk'a ollloo.. ..... 27 IM Dating the trip it wan noticed that me .JUST HALF.
reed of .clogn......... ....... ........ .. 24 CHI boat answered her helm spit., ilJly,turn and ..
CURED at HOME nOIa.ra| to Ct. house jail and Clk'. ofllua, 4.14 III IDIC nearly In her own length, and she Gleaning Dyeing
'luilk'liio' and merahaudlHe. for Jail .. 4000Clnption ( was pronounced by experts .a perfect .Send us yourorders. for BUTTERICK rATTERNS. .
!: expenses, bal of 1KU8 election... 2J 70
NO KNIF13, NO CAUSTIC. Internet paid on county warrant. ...,.. .. 2M\ 21) success
4 TREATMENT 1MINLK88. I aupermippnrt. ...... .. .... .. .. .... 1.7H4 29 The dimensions of the II. B. Plant areas Establishment, 12 Newnan St., Clothing Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville, Fla.
1 Conntycourt expense*.. ... ., .... .... I'.iln.\ cleaned, dyed, repaired and pressed.
Bellevlew Sanitarium "Irnuls It .' ........ ......... .. (IWI01nmiranoe \ follows: Length over all, 127: ft.; keel
on court hotine. ..... ... .... 70 00 length, 120 ft.; beam, over all, :jJ!'! ft.; JACKSONVILLE, FLA.'To' .
BELLEVIEW FLORIDA i Attorney's fee.... ......'.. 2MO(00AdvertlHluff beam inside her moulded lines, 21+ ft.; JOHN R. WALKER
i .. ::: ::: :::
) In newnpaper* H4 83'errytnen. depth of hold, 7} ft. She Is providedwith ,
Iver Turkey C'k
Heliantmn i & 144 (N)
(' I Transnribinif; judgment record .... 1114 live athwartHhlp bulkheads, which Furniture
>t. ('..".Iomn.. ..nlrrlv.ht of way piililto road. 88U 111: ate riveted to the. fl'ametlln(1 keelson's SiNew 'Ice Cream Parlor
; y' BEAR & TAYLOR, Making lint of ntiluknn voter for pub... :I()II of the ship! and backed with angular; YearsBuyers. : :
; . ;
Plat and expren* on tax banks 9 -11r. \ ,
; ...''t. *u Inwunity caaen and inrjuoat.... 54144" iron, perpendicular to the bulkhead.The Millinery T Soda Water
IP'Artesian Well Itecurdmgtaaaalo.half( )................ 1111-I 1 frame is composed of angular; Iron, .. ,

u" flu**) ........... .......(111,447 t-In. by }-in. thick. The foreandaftkeolson'e Goods (Fount and bottles.
' are eight In number, which Dry t. )
ft Road and llrlilge' Fund. ,
l, f I e i l CONTRACTORS, Road. work ollu"nlo.lo"er'.ulotrlct. No. 1$1,00850:\ give; a very rigid/ and strong construction have just% received an elegant line of & Tobacco..Confectionery
i u ,. j| ,177 (IH) to the hull. Tho deck space, from bow flits, raisins walnuts, filberts almonds, .1 Cigars .

'I Eau Gallle, Fla. "" "u i u", w 32,11002 4 |,|troll) |I"> to stern, will carry about 2r>0l) boxes of pecans, bananas, oranges, cocoanuts, Notions, etc. \

... .. 44 .. 11 a 1,
"_-. ___ Town" 01 MelbiMirno Cnnn", proportion" of.'1898 tax., ,. 14MOI draft or water. She will bo put on the call you attention to our candy, the best "Star Building." : : ("at the old stand."
)9UH2: )
Eau Oallla' u ". 70 W: tin between Tampa, Clearwater and and purest In the market, Is put up In
For Sale. toad work..lnch..l\n. \ mpervlsor's.alry lanatee. fine one pound boxes or the cheaper Give me a call. Polite and courteous attention. Mail orders receive prompt

not chargeable to any xpeclol district 1111'171 grade In 30 pound pails. Can buy In any and careful attention. 'Yours for business, JNO. U. WALKER.

fronting It ncres Indian choice ant land Banana, at Rivers GeorgIana, Total... ... ........, ...., .........''',:a 874Dnlldlng A Itenutll'iil and Valuable Home quantity. All kinds of canned goods.
part Our stock nice and fresh, A I. Money -------

\.,, ly cultivated $1,100.00; terms to suit. Fund.Warrsntbooksforouuntyeum'r........9 1000 fur Sale at a Ilargnlu, saved customers
Address I Fine and. Forfeiture Fund. '
C'OUKTLAN-D BUCK.MAN, Criminal prtmectkm,circuit court....., JIIJM John B. Massa, GAY BROTHERSL-

II 22 Hogan it., Jacksonville, Fla. "" ..'' county"pence's. ............ <11I112:1 7002/ At Mtcco on Indian river, Fla., consisting 217 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

j' Wltueiie circuit u...... 143 BOMm ot 10)- acres, a well built, two-
II! : tory home, 7 rooms; a two-story store
I I'//'g8 for Hatching: :: J. county.:::, :: :::::: 070. uilldlnir, 18x3ift.: handsome front lawn, P. L. Turbyfill

.t'tJ. Total. ...... ............ ... .........* B13B1Feedlno > shaded by palm trees; a HOO foot dock; PAL ATKA. FLORIDA. GROCERS
White Plymouth Rocks the 2.0: budded tangerine and
coming orange grapefruIt -
; Prlioner Fund (F & F Fund)
fowl, exclusively Stevens' Imperial Feeding; pr.onenluo"uatyfall..,...... 30040 trees;; IftO sour trees, ready to bud; Livery Feed and Sale Stables We make a Special Feature of our
; strain, mated with cooks Imported from Special Road Fund. liOO young nursery stock ; artesian well; .
A. C. Hawkins( tile famous breeder of Bptclal road work In Ulittrlot No. 1....... 60 OO ,200)( feet galvanized pipe distributedover
}Jock.. Eight brooding pens after Jany. U B....... 7500 place; 1 acre wood shed for pineapples I have some of the finest horses and Mail Order Department.Knowing .

let, HUM)(). Price to suit evorybo.ly.'i Game warden'Game salary Warden.......Fund. .......... 4000 ; n few hundred Porto Rico pIne- carriages in this section of the. country.Call .
II. FKIRDLANDKII, Interlachon, Fla. STATE OF FLORIIIA.1COllnt apple plants; railroad station on west
,. of Uravard. r line of this place; tramway running to and see me. Reasonable rates.P. how difficult it Is In some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES
I I, A. A. Stewart Clerk of the Circuit Court river front on the east. This place to be CHEAP, families\ can send us their orders with the assurance of having them filled
The Orlando Nurseries In mil I for the County and State aforeald doiDtuliy appreciated must be seen. The very L. TURBYFILL, promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory.
certify that the itittoment of
t the nnanoe of Hrovard foreirulng County, .Florida I* handsomest place on the river. The We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House in East. Florida and hart
Offer for November' and December de. orrect a* they appear on record the Auditor' land is of the best hammock. Orange Vnynesyille, North Carolina many articles) not usually found in other and smaller houses.

livery 15, nearly all In bearing now. gjan 33- SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.

grape fruit trees; are fouryears old; sour 8. A.III'"HI.' Apply to D. L. GAUI.I>KM, Atty., ,
stork. ) ) I I Circuit, I A. A. BTKWAHT Titusvlllo Fla. -------- ---- -
oiango 5,000( ) ,
sure bearing
trees fig I 1 Muni. | Clork Circuit Court, HAVE You a crop of Early Vegetables, -
r l'IumPearand Persimmon l E. A.
trees, all loading and best varieties. r oranges, Pines, etc., to ship P WADDELL

2.1,000:\ ( ) camphor trees, Imported seed. Roseland. VISIT the most peculiar and interestIng We can use consignments to advan- ,

Everything carried by first-class nursery sight in America . tage. We will please you. Stencils on Miami City and Dade County _
i Write for prices, to
OT.O.: H. WRIGHT, Mrs. L. C. Moore accompanied by Mr. TIlE 'FLORIDA.OSTRICH application. Correspondence solicited. Real
General Manager Orlando Nurserioe.v V. E. Campbell In the launch Eroildoune.Mr. KAISER BROS., Estate Bureau.A

Wholesale Commission Merchants .
G. W ,
King came up from Wabanso,
The Gem Harbor Shop last Friday to look after his business Farm Knoxville, Tenn.
here -- select list of-

Artistic Hair Cutting, Shaving, Shampooing Mr. E. P. Branch came down from Palmetto Drug Store, Dnytona. Buy DiMcuync JPi-opox-ty:
"' etc., Porcelain Bath Tubs with Melbourne the Hrst of last week returning JACKSONVILLE. ,
; EUotrlcal Baths nttached. the next day. Drugs, medicines, chemicals,fine toilet City Lots Fruit and
Everything brushes combs Vegete-blo Tracts of all sizes for Investments. Proepbate and
up-to-date. C>. p. lU'jrriaoToy soaps, perfumery and
Prop.! fancy toilet articles in great vanety.lil. ORANGE GROVE LANDS West
.' ::1:13: West JUy St Jacksonville. on Coast.
j Bovine. propr. For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for

I KIT" Subscriber, your attention is drawn -We want to draw the attention of ARMOUR &; CO.Fertilizers. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS,
to the name-and-date slip pasted upon J. T. Suoll la now boiling syrup. our numerous. readers along the East Chicago, Ill. Chicago HI

t 1 your paper or wrapper. If you are In The mall carrier from Savage to this Coast, and throughout the state In gen _Avenue D, over Bank MIAMI FLORIDA.

r arrears, please remit. >Uce has lost the mall-lock. eral, to the advts. of the live and energetic -

TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS The cattle in this section are In a ; share businessmen of your patronage who are In the bidding columns fora IE3. IS. MISS: : ., T:;. TITUSVILLE, F.LOR1DA.csa .

(. worse! condition thaw they have been in of the ADVOCATE. If you are In need -DICALERIY_
several winters. of any particular line of goods! the pink

The following arc the times of arrival J; T. Stewart Is shipping tomatoes. paper will tell you the best place to buy MtaNs.
departure of puHsongor trains to and .hem. Read the ads.
Tie recent freeze killed the bloomon .
from only .
I Tltusville: + =
top of plants. I

Leave.Tltunvllle Mt fur>I1TIIJlOITl r"ri LaU.< ......- i Little Sue Stewart recently fell from anew Remember that the INDIAN RIVER --
dale & Int..rmeIIRte point l I at 2l13: pin "" building! cutting all ugly gash in ADVOCATK: does all kinds of job printing C' '-'......
Arrive, from Jackvouvllle "3-iM: : .. her bend She Is slowly improving.Philip at short notice. Send them an order U
It -
to t,9ri0! Nearly 200 Itl Igantlobirds tUnAIng Sto 10 feet and
be convinced that it Is the place to
Banfortl high ....
':::13 Simmons visiting his brother weighing av to 4HO pouniln .b. Ostrich -
have done.
Job printing:
ere ostrich and Ostriches
Leave Tltuirllle for XOBTWHOUND.J..c-k.onvlle] I S 30 a.m A. J. Simmons. It has been sixteen j'a: : .:. sitting; baby v
.. and ''nt rmedlute points | at Jlop.m years since he left this section. lie looksas Oui for lainlnic all about the bird page
Sanford 4 7MOa.ni: as when he left here. their 115.)2,1)2blta,
young ilurnafce, eta are five cents per line per week. ALSO GENERAL REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS, BLACKSMITHING, ETC. ]

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