Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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 Material Information
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 19, 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: UF00075918:00055
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS -Contractor L. R. Decker returned to -Mr. W. L. May has returned from -Have SOIl paid your subscription J AMONG THE HOTELS.The 1'. Shares make everybody feel as If

town on Monday.Mr. his trip to Jacksonville. If not, imo do so. thoy were In "a home from home"

nd Topics of General Interest. W. II. English: of this place, WHEN YOU GO TO COCOA, GO TO Judge D. L. Gaulden linn. been attending ADVOCIATK: Is now on tile at all The Magnolia Springs hotel U now

has been supplying his friends with line Motlow's :Saloon: and get good whisky to law matters at Rocklodgo this the best hotels In Now York city open, and the ad. of this popular resort

oranges from his grove, this week. aud good beer e week. will bo found on 4th page; of this Issue.
and General OoMilp In connection Hotel Colonnades, Seabroer.w, linn Manager! O. 1). \ In tho
olety Soavoy: writing
-Mr. W. II. McFarland has guava! -Dr. Chas. G. Weld came over from -Mrs. W. H. Sharpe of City Point, about sixty guests In the houlOe.1I0t..1 .
vlth Hlscayne Hay, L.keVorth,Indian, ADVOCATH thin week, : "I semi
trees In blossom In his garden at South Canaveral Club, Wednesday to meet his was around town yesterday shaking says
!tanana and Halifax. River, Key Went Ormond Ormond under the you, under separate cover, Invitation to
Titusville. Nothing like tent protectionfor friend, who arrived from Boston. hands with her many friends. ,
Jmtl all other Important Point aloud the management' of Messrs Anderson and I the golf touruanonthoxtMouday; ,. The
..d Coast of Florida Brief mention of saving your crops. -Tobo Price has bought; the sloop, -Our river has looked quite gay this Price, opened Its doors on Monday open! champion( of the United :tales Is)

JTnterectlng Events from Various Parts -Mr.I J. O. Walton who has been Flora, of 1(1'Y.. A. Woodward, of New week, with the large number, of yachts here practicing; also the 'runner-up,*
Bf the World, About People You Know spending several days at Palm Botch, Haven, Cunn. The boat was bough; ) anchored oft the Indian River hotel. Mr. harry H. Cook, room clerk at the who played\ In the flnaU with hint at the.

nd People Ton Don't Know- Picked I stopped off here. from Monday until through; Attorney Webb. The consider Semi: nolu, West Palm Roach, Is making llultlmore tournament, and I al1eXIecto
Mr. G. C. general freight
p by Our Society Editor and a larffeslaff. Tuesday, on his return to Jacksonville. ation being $250. agent- of tin F. E.Floyd C. Railway, WAS RmollilVedneKdav's many friends hyhls) genial umiinurs. ing others. this week. It looks as though:

j ( scattered along the White's Cottage Uockedgi! Is now lit would.! !bo n very successful I nITalr.
> Correspondent Commodore F. C. Hewitt, came up -County Clerk A. A. Stewart and \ MOIlthbolln.II'l1l1sengel'K, t-ii ,
'art Coast of Florida.. from Melbourne, Monday, for the pin., Mr. F. A. Losloy, of tills!! place, have. route to Key West. nppn.( It I lit mm! of the moat comfortable, Those two menVllllo' Smith and Ooo.
Low aro ready to meet two
pose of taking his Bail boat down the boon attending the mooting I of tho Grand boarding houses Itockladgo Special nny professionals
-\Ir.; Hen Hopkins, the popular Florida ) for + of tiilH: ); or either ono
rates month.
by or
has been In Nelson's shed all of Freemasons at Jacksonville
Lodgo will{
river. It ,,
TIIE ADVOCATE passenger agent; of the L. &\; N Rail of Iheni play the best ball of any

1.50 per nnnum, In advance.l.OO the summer. this week. way, passed through here, Wednesday, Mr. Gilbert Fvlntonh, cashier at Mm two amateurs. There may bo some

$ six months, -Capt. Quay, son of Senator M. S.: -Mr. E. H. Mace, of New York, joined on his way to Hock lodge.Mr. ,: Ilomestomid, Hot Springs\ Vit., passed along the Kast Count who would like to

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. Quay who wile with General lliooUe, In his brother at the Indian Klver hotel Fred Ahlrodgo of Brook through here, Monday, en route. to Palm try concliiHlons with them, and I hopo

I When subscribe for the AnvoTE Cuba, passed through; Tltiisvlllo, Tuesday yesterday. Ho wits aacompauled by Mr\ lyn's- well known ll.ig, manufacturer one Buach, on a two weeks' vacation, sumo of them will como here and do, It.
by the year, It does not coal you on his way to his father's line win- A. J. Grillln. was among Tuesday's passengers; on Ms The Algonguln: hotel, !St.: Augustine, Como and sue the playing,"

Free cents per week postage: included. ter home at St. Lucie,: -Invitations are flowing into the An- way to Morrltt to spend the winter. Is said to lit doing (alto a lion rishing J Iiotel I 11I.1I1LII River RorkliHlgp, under

of St. VOCATE ofllce rapidly of late but< business under the maiingomont of Mr the of Manager H. Proskoy
Note date of expiration printed uponur -Mr. J. E. Ingraham, Angus-: pretty ; Editor It. II. Rose of the matingomimt
paper or wrapper every week. This. tine, hits been spending a couple of daysat wo are sorry pressure of business will St.Managing; Record was a F, C, Hayden' whoso ad will do found of IloUil. Cl.cll. Now York, U now neon
need after of theinterests editor one half ol Augustine passengeion on our 7th page, and ready to receive Sonxon
la receipt for your money. No- Palm Beach, looking Homo I prevent ye accepting Wednesday's southbound, train, en guuxts.
ir us to send receipt for subscription. of the Laud Department. of theF. them. We appreciate the kind remem- route to points down Indian River, AI r. The Graham, hotel pwlntkn Fin. Is one after season. this beautiful winter resort -

he date given it to you. E. C. Hail WilY.In. brances from our friends, all the same. Rose returned' home you turd ny.Mr. of thaloadlng 1I't(1lsln tho :Stare: kept| hRS wlttnessed. an IncroiiHO' In till I

this In your Hudson wife ami by J. Watkins Leo, late of Virginia.The I patrouagA in the traveling public. Thin
F. M.
nrPlease place paper -;\ Annie Hughes, of Georglana, Attorney .
and hotel. Indian
and Mrs. J. W. Merrill Mr. Graham Is winter and which Is the largest. on
ding room. on Monday, sent us a bunch of !grapes child, who have been enjoying a visit and :Mrs.! C. B. Merrill of Tropic, came always" open' River, has :JIOO rooms, and Is fitted with
*J. 0
of with relatives at Sebastian for several summer; rates : > qor day
Is vine out
onlie from ,
The INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE picked a grape grown
i up to town, yesterday, In their, launch, nllllll..ltIi'II conveniences, Including oleo
the following news-stands at five doors. That speaks well for our winter weeks past, left, this week, for their The Palms West Palm Beach IN. a
at Kansas City They had a plehsant trip very trio lights; billiard: ,and pool room elevator -
homo In Pine Bluff Ark. Mr. Hudson
nta per copy : weather on Indian Ulcer. and the journey only took 4+ hours. cosy hotel, upon which many Improva- I barber shop, oto. There are all
a'ltusvllle-D. R. Wilson & Son. -County Supt. Jno. II. Same, of Cour- says he will come down again this winter They will probably return homo to-day. moms have been made of lato. The' kinds of water craft-sloops, schooners

i J. B. Screven. tenay, was In town a short while on ; if possible. hoiiHois well spoken of, while the rates and sharpies with their big white anJwings

Jacksonville-Rathbun hotel. Tuesday. He was on his way south to -Mr. Henry M. Flagler and party of -Miss Myra G. Williams, of Rock- are reasonable. Road nil.! on 7th page.; and brightly upholstered seats;

Windsor hotel. visit every school-even to the mpst remote friends, on board special; train, passed ledge, who has been the guest of Mesdames Manager Henry Merrill, of the Royal row-boats' canoes, naphtha launches,

St. Augustine-Alcazar hotel. spots In Brevard county. through Titusville Wednesday morn. Homlry and Penney, In town, during Palm, Miami, was passenger on Tueslay's steam yachts, carriages, and In fact,

jDrmond-Hotel Ormond. Ing, en route to Palm Beach, where Mr the past week or so, expects to return southbouud triiln, en route toDade almost anything you desire, all In llrst-
Beach-Royal Poinciana. -Messrs.-D. B. Fay, and G. G. Hammond to Rock lodge: to-day or tomorrow.She (
'aIm Flagler will spend the season Vice- to its hotel, His Nnw class order and ready for business nt a
II The Inn. of Boston, arrived in town last president J. R. Parrott, In his privatecar was present at the dance given\ by county open moment's notice, with an abundance offish
York hotel the Is line
Friday night, and left next day, for also went through hero with Mr thn Titusville Social Club, on Wednesday house. Koyalton, a very and ducks. Every thing around
Canaveral Club, to enjoy the huntlug In evening. this hotel with
1 notice ads. are ten cents Flagler's special train. clutrmlrig resort sparkles
Reading the neighborhood of Chester Shoals. Mr Wm. McAulllTo, one of tint oflloo nil the freshness of an Indian. River
rline this -Mr.- -:Mr. J. M.! Randall, a popular young
on page./ and :Mrs.! Albert W. Preen who
-Mr. and Mrs. U. R. McCormick, friends Ormond andelsewhere gentleman. from Boston, who Is well and force of the Royal Palm\ who was maiden In a now Easter bonnet-oven
hosts of
The editor of this paper enjoyed a who have been spending the summer In have favorably known at several. places along formerly connected with die St. James the lawns aoll1ow..r beds look as though

uple of days visit to the Inn,. Palm CaDltand\; a part of the winter In I'alm Boach., are still Mr. Green sojourning-who at Is the an Inn all-, Indian Klver, still remains' at the Inn, hotel, Jacksonville, was among the pussengern Nature had touched them up with some
ach the first of the week.If here on yesterday's southbound train, of her brightest coloring.
Philadelphia, passed through round good fellow-hails from Now Jersey but his two uncles, the Messrs. Shelton /

.-- you want to buy goods: of our Monday, en route to their winter home but Is largely; Interested In cotton In Inform us they will soon leave that hit!!'{ on route to Miami Tho Inn, Palm Beach, seems to have

Itusvllle merchants read their ads on at Cocoanut Grove the south, being/, a stockholder In nine resort for California. to spend the. balance Hotel Plaza, Rookledgo. Is filling up, lost none of Its popularity, for when anAliVOOATK

i page. Nothing like advertising in the AD 1\1..11\ director In four companies. of the winter and Manager Pock Informs us that 1m representative visited It on

M. S. Jones has VOCATE. Mr. W. Gordon Brown, of -At the latter part of this month we has quits a number of guests ah'eudy. Saturday there were 11)0\) guests In the
Circuit Judge Mr.. L. I. Cresne of Newark N. J.
Tho Plaza Is beautifully!, ultuntml.' and, lionso the lines of
j n spending several days at his Klon- Hobo Sound: placed two ads In the pink arrived In town, Tuesday, on a visit to understand Mr. A. E. Waddell the popular notwithstanding Gal
commands fine view of Indian
weeks he a River, the season. Mr. Leland Sterry:! the
In two
of St. Lucie. for a mouth. and well-known real estate agent,
ke west paper hitllrst
It is
T. Wetmore.
his uncle Mr. T.
orange grove, ; Do not fall to off at Rocklndgu, chief of the olllce staff and II. W.Konrlc .
had rented his. house, sold his horse and Florida and he the will arrive In :!'t1l.1D11"with. n charming stop ; Mr
Attorneys Geo. M. Robbins and M. cart, and ordered his ads out. weather. trip Is very different, to the Bays Ice and young btlde.. The dlkey birds tell us Hotel Hibiscus, Palm Beach, Is commencing tho"in ist Lord of the Treasury. ," .
for TI m.
ildsmlth left here, Tuesday, she Is a beautiful lady from no,,- to fill It I Is under the are great favorites with the traveling I
young management
before Mrs. F. T. Budge who was one of snow he left in the north. Mr. Cresse up. '
Judge that
We hero
?'to some law cases public. mention one
argue tOil and we hope our Miami friends of Mr. E. R Jenklim who Is may
TJ. Wall. the sufferers from yellow fever at Miami, will take n trip all along the East Coastere of limo things that makes Palm Beach so
and far will give her a glad welcome.Thn well known as a good hotel manager.
during the late epidemic, has been In returning he may go as mCuba. winter Is \
popular ns I a resort Manager
-Mr E. J. Seymour, of the McFarland town this week, visiting her parents. Miami correspondent of the Mr. Simpson makes nn excellent room Slurry's[ skill In always having just the
bit Protection Co:, left here, Wednes- and Mrs Jas. Piltchard Times-Union and Cltlzon : The U, clerk The table Is good.
In Captain -Mr. W, Gordon Brown, a prominent says ,right thing done fur tho comfort of the
f, for Jacksonville and other places She has fully recovered, and now look pineapple ,grower: of hobo Sound, Is now S. M H. S. S. half Moon, Captain Fischer Mr. Leland Sterry of the Inn, Palm "11011111. If there Is an event on the golf

|| Interests of the above company. I stronger than ever. sojourning at the Inn, Palm Beach. Asa In command, Is In port. As soon as Beach, was suddenly called north lust! I links, settees! are always found conveniently

tA few fine double yellow-headed -Mr. John E. Willis, writing us from golf player, he will soon "make his a supply of coal and I water Is taken Saturday, owing to the critical 1 conditionof placed for those who may wish to

(Ican parrots; German Canary singers Chicago, says: "Your paper is certainlya mark," for we understand be will soon aboard the whip will sail fur Cuban wat. his father who lives at Albany, N. y. warch" It If It Is cool or dlsagnouble

pigeons for sale; Mrs. E. II. Arm- welcome visitor. It Is the most newsy be In line with Sir Henry L. Blosse and ers. Captain J Fischer Is well known here, Mrs.l'redSterryaccompanied/ him, but out side, card. tables, etc., are to be

bng, 55 Bay street, Jacksonville, Fln.IMr. weekly paper I have ever subscribed for Prof. C lias. B. Cory. Mr.' Brown passed having been a resident awl prominent her husband\ was unable to go north, found at the hotels already for use without
citizen of Titusville for years. owing to the opening of the Royal Polticlana the asking. The' orchestrasare
t Wm. M. Featherly, who recent- In Florida. Much success to your pink through here, yesterday, for Jacksonville e'en rIM

Old out all his Interests In the Miami to.spend couple of days. -Mr, Wm. :M.! Brown, president of tho on Monday. always on luind when their presence

opolls to Editor B. B. Tatum, passed paper.Mr.. W. H. McFarland, president of I -Capt. W. E. Pittsagent for the Coin Dank of Bay Biscayne, who has been Gon'l. Supt. C. B. Knott of the F. ,'number most JeHlred.of people If are an going unusually fishing large or; ;

ugh here Tuesday on his way north.Mr. the McFarland Fruit Protection Co., I Publishing Co., of Chicago, for the counties shut up In Miami for the last three E. C. Hotel System, scenic be quite| full sailing more boats are at the dock, If possible J
Brevard and Osceola months, came) up to town on Monday of for he Is said to have beenprenent
business to Jacksonville St. of Orange wm energy
Reid of Green Cove made a trip to be had. These are only a few
Brannlng, He
been raised.
| the quarantine having ut the opening of Hotel Omnnnil
and other points the lint In this place. Monday taking orders for ,
Ings arrived Monday and has acted Augustine Illustrations, but the same state exist '
Ifarvey'sCoinS brought little Dorothy Budge up wild Ormond and tho Royal 1'olnclaiiu Palm .
of the week. The company's tents are W. H. ( ) latest publication: ; of the two
a position as baggage: master on sent out hundreds.Mrs. "Coin on Money, Trusts. and Imperial' him. It Is needles to say that Mr. Beach, Monday.' I He then returns to St.\ t through every department
Titusville and being hotels. It Is manifestly Impossible
branch road between Ism." This book has been Issued at the Brown was much pleased to get up to Augustlno, for 'the opening of the Police big

ord. Wm. M. Brown, Miss Louise request of the Democratic National Committee Tltusvlllo once more; and we do not de Loon; and the AOVOVATR would not to supply everybody with exactly
and Master Mark Brown, who have been think ho will be caught; In Another epidemic be to him time what they. want, but the thing Is morenearly ,
surprlMud attending
Mr. Ben]. ,y, Jerome, of Rockledge, and Is destined to meet with a done under the of
to spending the past six months with Mrs. been If he cnn get out before the quarantine opening of the Royal I'ulm Miami to supervision
been In town this week, attending large sale Mr. Pitts has only canvassing Manager Sterry than at hotels. In the J
Good- Brown's father and mother, at New Hart! Is put on. any
,engines on Commodore E. M. for three or four days and has morrow. south. Tho olllue forco tills year Include

auxllliary: .launch,-Nemo which Is ford, Ct.detained, returned north home longer, Tuesday.than usual They already sold between 300 and 400) copies, -Dr. Win. T. English and wife, of Mr. James Sangster/: a former chief Mr, Leland Starry, who has charge of "\

In port., were to Mr. Brown having been shut up at the popular price of twenty-five cents. Pittsburgh, I'a., were among the pleasant clerk of hotel Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine the register; H. W. !Searls: cashier; C. W.
r..t'i'..Mrs., W. F. Seeba, and little son, In Miami for three months, during the. -Among the most popular guests of guests at the Inn, Palm Ueacli, wliom who hits been appointed principalclerk Gale, night clerk, who are well knownto

, JYtld, who have been spending two yellow fever epidemic. the Inn, Palm Beach, is Sir Henry Lynch we met the first o: the week. The doctor for the coming season, at the hundreds of last. season's guests.

f""s" at the Inn, Palm Beach, passed I Blosse, of Mayo, Ireland, who is also the is a very prominent specialist! In Tampn Bay Hotel In Florida, tins had Hotel Royal Polnclana Palm Bench;
-Commodore John B. Russell, jr., heart and lung troubles, and bears quite long experience of a valuable nature having ,
, Url'll igh Titusville, Monday on their re- biggest mon in the hotel-about Oft. Sin. Its doors the on
to general public
....R. to Jacksonville. who has been In town for a couple of' high. lIe Is an enthusiastic fisherman, a ,good: reputation In his city. Both he been: for several years connected opened morning and ADVOCATE
weeks or so, fitting up his fine yacht, : swimmer and golf player, and is havingan and his wile were much pleased with with the Spring Housn, at Rlohllelcl an
,p.4Ir, and :Mrs.! B. W. Currier, Miss Eleanor, expects to sail south to-morrow all-around good time. Sir Henry their trip to the East Coast, and subscribed Springs ,N Y., and with other resort and reprosetattve noticed that Manager/ Fred

n and Master Donald, of Lynn, (Saturday). The Commodore line left' that of our are for the ADVOCATE, so that they commercial hotels In the north. Merry and his efficient chief clerk, Mr.
says many newspapers }
,i., were among the first arrivals at quite a number of dollars in town among under could read the news while north. It was Frail C. King, were present, with
laboring an erroneous impression
1 Ormond this week. They areliar our merchants, for he purchased the when make statements to the effect their Intention to go to Nassau from Miami On Tuesday, the palatial Ponce tie! faces and hearty( hand-shakes, greeting -
and have host and they Leon hotel, Jt. Augustine fired Its signal the firut arrivals at the hotel on that
winter guests, a whole of his outfit for himself crew that there Is dlssafectlon the but as thc steamer was not running/
among ,gun: hoisted Its Jllljtlt and swung open occasion The capacity of Hotel Royal
lends. -Including dry goods, bedding, groceries from that port, they left for other resortsup
Irish in the Transvaal and that
troops ;
doors for the the Polnolann stated In the .
In Tltuftville. Ills first stop the coast. Its ponderous season, as previously
1\1' Jas. G. Gerry, of Long Island, etc.,- then are no more loyal or better fighting/ orchestra playing some sweet strains to ADVOCATE: columns, has. been increased

T., spent several days In town, wait- will be at Rockledge. troops In the British army than the welcome all who entered Its portal about one-timird, but those who feared

I for a boat to tak her to Canaveral, Irish. He has serveral relations and numerous 1,000 Worth 'or Sale Manager Robert Murray, as usual, was that the addition would be at the expense -

are she has gone; on a visit to herr A UenutlCu'l Winter Home personal friends fighting In on hand, to give the incoming guests a of symmetry and general effect

Mrs. Hogan/ whom she has not Africa, and he has DO doubt whatever Oak furniture, crockery, first-class pleasant word and hearty hand-shake, will find that their apprehensions were In

i In about 2'J:! years.Itockledge. For sale very cheap, on east side of that the British will win the day In the mattresses etc., equal to new. and bid them welcome to ono of the correct The chief addition I III merely an

Kobe /Sound, Indian River; oppositestore endVe agree with Sir Henry. W H. C'AMI'IIBI.I most beautiful hotels In Florida. extension of the main part of the hotelat

Indian Klver postoflice and express cilice; about Melbourne, Fla. the north end, conforming closely with
hotel MS.'wlll be foundon
15 acres, 3)0 ft. river and Atlantic ocean The following the older part In front and rear. The
front seven rooms, bath and screened For Sale.A our 7tlt page; addition has l.'O\ large rooms practicallyeach
of the most attractive and I Itstocke(1 ; and Itlce Harrcl ,
aa one Knipty Sugar Jacksonville: St. J"mtJsVlnl..or,
the East, Coast I Ilorlda. verandah. Ground Irrigated by windmilland of them with a bath-room In con.
stores along; I II large tank. Good wharf and ware- fine, walnut Cottage Organ, nearly Itathbiin, I'lacicle.VeMtmorelan.I] New nectlot. A considerable number ofllltbrooms
You can find everything you Land Gas Co. Jack For sale. Address, Hotel Koptclaml Grand View, Oxford,
bath-house new cheap. care
kinds of fine house; also 4-room on ocean ; have also been added In the
id I at this store. All gro- WALTKK A- MOOIIK
beach, }mile from residence. Cocoanutsand son vl lie, Fla. -rs. older of the house.. The visitor ofpreceding
ies and western meats. ornamental Apply for Illustrated !)0feb) 8 George Ht., Charleston, 6.) C. Seabreeze:: The Colon nodes. part house
articular attention paid to the needs plants. years on entering ,
Palatka The Graham.DeLand .
booklet price etc., to : find marked In the Interior
will changes
yachtsmen and cruising parties. Horse and Mule Now Sale Arms..
CIIAS. K. SERJBANTSOX' on For Hale. : College arrangement for the convenience and
GEO. N. HATCH, Propr. TItusvllle Indian River hotel.
321 Jackson Building, enjoyment of tile guests. The slzo of
Nashville, Tenn. At the Magruder stables, /Sanford, Fla. The most desirable property In the Rockledgo: Hotel Indian River, Plaza the rotunda line been materially Increased -

[Crates! Crates! CratesUr! About fifty head of horses mules and center of Rocklndge. on Barton avenue; New Rnckledgn. White's Cottage. by a complete rearrangement of the

for Kent. posies; all stock guaranteed as repre- consisting of five acres covered with Eau Gallle: The Granada. ofllce. The telegraph and ticket otiloes

bean crates, tomato crates, orange Cottage sented. Prices reasonable.J. thrifty orange trees, also two cottage Eden: Netherby. I have been moved to the north end of the
The AlFresoo.
lowest B. MAORUDKR Sales Agent, thereon. Apply to Jensen: long corridor and are easily reached .
at prices. ,
ses etc. good desirable
of the most cottages on The
On WM. M. MEHWIK! Milford, Conn. West Palm (Beach: 'fhc Semtnole
main OJ
G. F. PADDHOS' ,Eau Gallie. located at Melbourne San ford'Fla.To from all parts of the hotel. The
the East Coast, ; .
After Nov. 20th, Itocklcdge, Flo..Snap .
I ofllce Is moved hack and considerably
Indian River next doorto
-- -- the ,
overlooking Magnolia Springs: Magnolia Springs '
enlarged: while Manager Sterry's private
Hotel Carleton one story and large
Beautiful Home Places. ; Let FurnlMlied hotel. main
attic wide porches; contains par. In Hen Ktate, olllce will be just back of the
lor large dining-room; library and two bed- The New Kockledge hotel Rockledge o lce. Made necessary: by the Increased

U Fort Pierce and North Ankona. rooms, all completely furnished, IncludIng Manalapan Cottage; a most desirable Winter homos, Orange groves. I have which has been open during the punt capacity of the hotel, the diningroomand '

te i for descriptive dircuiars. silver and china. Attic can be usedas residence, situated most pleasantly be. a few special bargains In Improved properties few weeks, enjoys the advantage of having the kitchen have been greatly enlarged.

C. T. McCAKTY, Ankona File bedroom also. Hath is supplied with tw en ocean beach and Lake Worth; from Fort Pierce southward to a large number of {,egularpatrons, The dining-room Is now the

hot and cold water. Artesian water In contains 12 bedrooms, large dining room Eden. Two young orange Groves, one who make their home there nearly every largest (In the United States, and the

bath and on lawns. Range In kitchen. and reception hall, kitchen and other 62. trees, one (WiO tree Floe condition. winter, consequently\ the social function. furniture and decorations are nearly)
:Fine Lunches.f and
Oat-houses and cistern for theseon. conveniences. Surf bathing and excel- Along railroad south part of Brevard and other festivities are numerous. The new. Other parts of the hotel

$200 month (not less that three lent fishing and hunting/ ; ten mile from county. Lands suitable for groves. at capacity of the New Rockledge Is pretty grounds have been changed sae lobe
steak ; per
you need a good chop, or anyg .- Write for well tested. during the season, and boats anti In some canes so to
fail months' lease given), *30. Palm Beach and one mile from Hypoluxo C23: to* o() per acre. plats, price
else in the eating line, do not to F. Robertson, Hotel Carleton across Lake Worth. Address, lists and pamphlets.C. launches I and carriages; are kept busy alithe hardly recognized. A new Ice plant ban

en In St. Augustine, to go to Orange Apply Melbourne Fla. or to W.C. Barnes, J. BROWIT Agent T. McC'AirrT, P. O. Ankona, Fla. time. There Is always a pleasant been erected and a. large new building
athedral_es' Luucb place and, Oyster near tile Rooms bridge.,corner 1733,, Q Street, Washington; D. C. Hypoluxo, F}a. Railway station, North Ankona, Fla. party at this hotel for Mr, and Mrs. II. for help quarters has been added.


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planting, which should be done from the postmaster and keeps supplies for his To "Whom It May Concern.
middle to the end of June, and It Is In bands and those who do not wish to SEED

such cases that tbe benefit of proper fertilization cross the river; so you see he Is a very Notice I.hereby given: that the branch Fisheries
heretofore tills al
optimal liy company
, shows Itself. I have gottenfar busy man. Port Pierce slit Sebantlan.: rla., under the man.
better from vines set as late as The next plantation Is that of Doctor Keinent! of Mr. A. M. Sample, were. clone', on
crops December 1st,and delivered. to Mr.A. M. San'
t' ummj5jIcA the middle of July, where the fertilizer Haney and his son Carl. These: gentlemen file" own who.Muixmnt.began operating ADIIfINIon them on persons that. date having on Improved Rose ':3.00 per barrel. Special prices to large buyers. Write for test!.

was of the proper character than own four large tracts near here, all :I lit Us against this Company an ao'crant of either moDlals from largest potato planters in Florida.
from those In April and with some Improvements made. Theyare I of the above branch Fherlo.wtli please present
planted May,
for settlement this office.
same at Write
In stock. for
and Field Seeds always price
; t.XDe nctw.wh Full line of fresh Garden list
,l' RIe with one-aided fertilizer. shedding on their home place' and FLORIDA FISH & ICE COMPANY.
Last year was a very unfavorable one also on their Powell place near Rio. JanlO Jacksonville\ ) >. L. CAMERON. Seedsman,

F for sweet potatoes, but I took two hundred Owing to some legal obstructions to

= and forty bushels per acre from securing a good title and other sufficient IN CIRCUIT Circuit COURT of Florida OF TUB, In and SEVENTH for Bre- 126 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

land fertilized as already indicated, and reasons, much of the best land on this yard County, la Chancery.

\ o..A. lta, the vines were not put In the ground side has never been Improved. But D.-V W. Tuttle IIForeclosure 1 I of Mart- ---- -- JOHN MART--=

until the llth of July; while from land these difficulties are being removed, and Robert A. Harries' t gage. Order. GEORGE MARX.
Emma ]'. Hftriloo and
fertilized with stable manure only at the we hope soon to see our pretty hillsides JiwcphL. Hlcksmi, J :B <>S.

rate of ten tons per acre, and vines set In covered with homes and ,accompanying To Joseph, L. HIckMin. .ft linn,resident. 1VJ.A.JR. ,
wu. Gw You art heresy. required to appear, to tho bill
'k April, I got: only 84 bushels, showing !Improvements.The of coiupl&liit tiled Mfaln' you in the abovecuusn Wholesale Dealers In
L.1.:6:>P.mtu" conclusively that the one-sided ferti'lzer' next improved place la that of the at the Clerk's:I Ollloe of the Court lu Tttusvllld -
j Fonda tile
._ _-_ -" _.11 was not In it; and I have also noticed Glass family, consisting of two others FIRST; MONDAY FKIIHUARY, A. D., 1000. GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE...
that dining a dry period that the land and a sister. They are extending their This. order will be published with an little
be, mice a week for four eon erutUe -
delay tut
SWEET POTATO CULTURE. treated to a well-balanced fertilizer retains sheds and planting out a large number of may.
we"k. In till INDIAN ADVOCATE, 131 and 133 East Kay Street and 6 and Newnan Street,
moisture exceptionally well, whereas citrus trees. They have just closed published Tltusvilla, and posted and mailed,
as required hv JACKSONVILLE FLA.
DKFUKIAK\ fcrnixos, FLA., land with a one-sided feitlllzer soon transaction that converts the adjoining at the Clerk's Ollloo at Tltnsvllle"' Flor- ,
ida this Uml of Dccuiulier,A. 1), IMI.A. )\U.
: day "
Jan. 15 IHOO.\ .
dries up, so that In preparing for this, plantation; formerly owned by Mr. Will
Editor Indian liiver! Advocate sIt the most Important crop of the year, let Luce, now In the Bahamas, Into tbe pro- (I.. S.) Clerk Circuit Court. ONE OF THE OLDEST

anyone were to ask a number of us see to It that we begin light. A few perty of Mr. Wm. Benett, of Parkers- ROBKIMS & OBAIIAM, By O. A. Stewart, D. C.,
for Complainant dec2lijan26!
Southern farmer what crop of all Southern dollars saved on poor grade at the beginning burg, W. Va. Mr. Bonett Is a brotber-in Solicitors We are headquarters! for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas;

crops In the most universally crown, I"I bad policy,whereas a few extra law of the Glass family, who will attendto guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay Grain and Feed. We want

lie would find that nine out of every ton dollars on a good grade brings back the erection of shede and general busIness Order of Publication. your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased

I that he would auk would reply, "Sweet Its own reward In an extra good yield at I of this fine place of fourteen acres, MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville Fin

: potatoes;" for certainly the sweet potato harvest time. ', seven acres being in good pines. IN Judicial CIRCUIT Circuit COURT, In and OF! for THE lirevard SEVENTH Coun raT- We only Sell to Dealers. I

I.fouudeverywhore all over the Southern C. K. !fCQUAU JE. The next place Is owned by Mr. F. W. ty. In Chancery.

,; KtstoB. And this Is not to bo wondered Miller, formerly, of Youngstown, O. Frank lU'SHlter E. He us bxpnutora th and Elirlck of

at, when the fact Is taken Into account Having a Great Kim on Cham Mr. Miller has seven acres In pines, and state: of John Heath \

that It Is avery easily made crop, and avery ber-Hit's Cough Jtemeily. depends. upon palmetto leaves for protection ed. -V R- K'J Foreclosure John B. Stetson University
profitable one all well, and Unit It isan Manager Martin; of the Plerxon drugstore this year, as will Messrs Cozel, Charles Coiivfrne CrConvurta, his wife" nil
excellent food for man and boast.. Interns us that he In having a Glutsch and Rays! whose places lie just Florida,' tlardwureCompauy; ,
Kieutrun( on Chamberlin's Cough Item. corporation,
As a root Crop! it holds In the South the edy. lie sells live bottles of that medIcine beyond Mr. Miller's.Mr. To Cliat IBS C. Converse and Mary J.Converse

position on the far In that tho turnip and to one of any other kind, and It Olutsch has a well Improved plantation It Is hereby ordered, that von appear at theMurk's DELANO FLOlilDA.ftizAgerHMlj'.
I gives groalersathefaction. lu these and. several fine tracts of land for "aieeatTlttttvillelloride, to the bill
lot di> In the more Status. day.of fir rompUtlnt" entered aicaluitt. you In the above
There are no many dlvemlfled. opinions la grippe there Is nothing like Cliamheilin's sale on reasonable terms. He Is also the entitled cause,upon\ the I
Cough Remedy to stop the cough: FIRST MONDAY IS FKHRUAKY, A. D, 1900,
as to the bout; motliodrt of Retting the boil the postmaster of Rio oOlce.r. '
up sore throat and lungs and snit answer Bald bill in due course otherwise the
best yield from the crop that I am por- give l'ellefwlthln a very short time. The !r. Cozel has been In Palm Bench the same. will be taken OfcufiiHt. you .as contHHneil y "

uadvd to give a few points gained from sales are" arrowing!!, and all who try It are past season. Mr. George Kay Is still\ In and little furtherth delay' a* may thlll"rd..r Iw In l the be INDIA published luvEa with AD-as .A

practlclexperience end observation for pleased with Its prompt action.-SouthChicago the North. Ills place Is looked after by vcinAre, published utTltimvlllu., Florida, once
Dally 'aluniet. For sale each week fiirelflitriMiHeciitlve weeks.
a number of yo.tis In growing a sweet all Druggist's and Medicine dealers, by his brother, Mr. Will Ray who has a good Done l hy order nt the (fled'. iMHne! at Tltiis-
vine, tlilH the V-th day of December. A. II. 18IKI.)
potato crop.) home and a tine patch of pines. A. A STEWART!: .
Land suitable for sweet potatoes, must PINEAPPLE One of the prettiest places on our river Clark of the riranlt ( .....t.
fly O.STEWART: ; D. C.
be warm In Its tint,lire-a warm, untidy Is that of Mr. Fred Blair, son of ex-Gov

loam I IB my preNionee. It will\ do to ernor Blair1 of Michigan: who has a lucrative
Of Stuart md Other
Polnfs on the 8fLtiele Administrator's Notice.
follow almost any crop, !but I find It does River. position Washington now. This

extra well following a crop} of oat or Stuart properly the pleasant little place Is for sale, and surely some one PERSONS HAvIm'CLAUl8 AGAINST

wheat, with the stubble! well plowed village lying on the south side of the from the North wl\1-\ bo ready, to pay the ALL..#..t..t.. of \VC.<<:deceased Homar late of Hrevard
"Florida are hereby notified
tinder; and ns these crop crops are out St. Lucie at the point of Its separation few bundled that will\ gave a fine winter County to I'rexent thoiu to the undersigned, properly

. of the way In time for the sweet }potato home. Mr. Will Ray has charge .of the authenticated, within the time \prescribed
Into North and South Folks; yet this is b"> law, or this notice. will be pleaded In bar of For Doth Sexes. This Scholastic Year Began
)l crop, It Is milking two crops In one season the shipping point for all our liver so a business for Mr. Blair. recover And nil |.if>r otm owing said estate
from tbe same land. heavy business Is transacted at our rail- The Cleveland plantation Is for sale as are ment hereby to n e.required to Immediate pay. October 3rd. Send for Catalogue,

The next point I want to make: Is the road station several fish he has gone to a more southern clime. '1'bllllHb day of Decemlwr, A. n.;,1Wt
houses and our JOSEPH '. BROWN.Phprlllnnd .
fertilization of the crop, and to get at general merchandise store BO ably managed Mr. Edmond Young of New Jersey hasa \ a.. Kx Olllolo College, Academic, Normal, Art and Music Departments. Large, commodious
.. Administrator the instate of said Deceased.Iftdecliteb .
that point Intelligently the farmer must by !II'. W. Kitching who U also Interested beautiful plantation and a cozy home Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian water, etc., InsuilDg .
'' know the nature of his soil-what It Is In waiting for a mistress, which we hope be '
pineapple growing and the perfect liealthfnlncss ; buildings,: heated by steam throughout ; faculty of 2J
capable of doing for him-and by study general development of section. will\ bring when he returns.Beyong Notice.
ing the results of the previous crop on Mr. B. Kitching In. one of the best a tract owned by Dr. Ilaney trained and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue. containing information '

the land and Its variety, he can then postmasters In the state lie also has lies the plantation of Mr. R. E. Brand. Is hereby (given that on the 21st day Address. J. F. FORBES President.
K come to a. fair conclusion as to what Is charge of a boarding house that furnishes This consists of seven aCl'ealn pineapples, can; be heard. A.. D', I 11)00 will or apply as soon to hla thereafter Honor D.as L.I .--- -- -- --- -- --- --- - -- ---I ----- --- -

;t r' wanted to get best results. Whore a lodging for thotranslent and a tract still unimproved.' Mr. Brand GanldenCounty' Judas Hrevard County.for
"Iltl hWII. a tiDal settlement of my accounts and approval a ZEE: .. ..S. BZIcCO.. .
herd of cattle are kept and manure saved For some unaccountable reason has planted a large number of citrus of lilY distribution of the .assets of the Kstute of ,
( systematically ((1111 It ought to be done by trees and Is quite sine that tree raising H. C. Smith deceased. and for my discharge DEALERS IN -
; last week, omitted to mention >Ir. O. 0, from the adinlnlBCratorahlp of salt. estate ,
everyone) It will make an excellent basisto Poppleton; whose pleasant home place will bo equally as profitable and a more W Administrator.I. ALLEN :p'1I:1n.e: : "QV:1n.es: m.nit :Licquors: : ,

' work upon In oonjunctlon mlth com lie between those of Mr. W. J. Dyer (continued on third page.:) Jensen, Flft&: Graham. Hept..,Sill Att',IKDff.Uobbals )'.for. Administrator 417, A 419 VT. Bay' St.,
mercial foitlllzers.:: Stable manure lacks. and Mr. Corbett.! 11 J .
1'. Poppleton hits a ACKS O NVILLE, -. FLA.
potash and phosphate In sufficient --- --- -._--------- -
quantities national reputation as a bee grower and

to give a satisfactory: yield l, but by Is an able writer for their magazines and NIC AIR.END'S IHONONCOIIKLiA

applying, say two hundred and fifty several agricultural papers. Ills large

t pounds per acre of muriate of potash colonies) are soutteied along tho :St. Lucia :

and about four hundred pounds of phosphate nnd Its branches This i must be a payIng DEPOT FORBartholomay's Rye Whiskey

a low weeks before planting time, Industry as he Is now building goodhouse ,

t one will have as near a completo fertilizer and making other Improvements. Rochester Beer. Delivered to )

h for this crop as he can possibly get; but Crossing the river at the railroad ANY PART OF THE STATE FOR '

3 when there is no stable manure to !be had, bridge wo first come to the plantation of $3,20.
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11 about half a ton per acre of a high-grade Mr. Gosling, a traveling salesman. He Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
fertilizer should l>o tiHod. The analysis has three PER GALLON, EXPRESS PREPAID.
,' acres of fancy pines undercover MKIICIIANTS, LUNCII 12 to 2 I.. M. 25 CENTS. .
of this I fertilizer should bo somewhat as
ii Mr. Steuben Is his manager Mr. 130 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Florida. Miami Rye, $4, per gallon.
follow: Say three per cent nitrogen, six\ Steuben also has charge of the fish house Gibson Rye, $d, per gallon.

por cent. phosplioilo acid and ten to on this North side, and dally large shipments "e'le"' Lewis '13(1( Rye, #1. per gallon.

eleven per cent, potash. Commercial show this to be a valuable industry. The Nati n's Rye and Corn 91.50 to :$2.50 per gallon

J fertilizers of tho character Indicated will Scattered around here at AVa-Wa are "San Mateo Mount Vernon Rye, 1892, $5 per gallon. .'

looking potatoes than where manures have stated that Mr. Stouben l Is also Cigar.Why FOR $3.20. F

from the stable are used. They will .. (

also keep better, and are less liable; to YOU nave been in the power house of
-. nitL'loridu. Sent to us by Express, postoffice order or New York Exchange we veil)
some great of Did it ,
rot, and have fewer diseases to contend machinery. send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID
occur to ;you that your body was a more
with during the growing period. wonderful machine PIn FOUR FULL QUARTSOf
The question often comes up as to the) term of a natural life the heart

whether level or lilll culture l Is the best beats three thousand million times and
with of Why buy imported cigars, made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored with the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
method of a pressure thirteen
growing the
crop. preference
J pounds to the stroke, lifts In opium and other drugs, when you can have the pure Florida loaf at a five-cent
Is for a medium between tho two. "V // that time half million
a tonsof Calhoun
If one knew at planting time as to tho price? Pure Rye WhiskeyWe

weather during the growing period, he FREE BY MAILTO ANY! BOX of 25. . .. . . . .$1.00
could decide whether ho wanted his ship In PLAIN PACKAGES, no marks to Indicate content. (which will avoid all coo

crop on the ]level or hilled up. The most ADDRESS......j BOX of BO . ..' .: . . . .11.15 Tour ment.(3) ,2O When will you be cheerfully get it anti rcf test umfeiU it. If it This Is nut Wblnkpy satisfactory Is a* good: return as any It' $5 at 00 OUR goods\EXPENSE In the marks so"

'satisfactory way In my opinion, and the We are close at hand and can Rive: you QUICKER DELIVERY than distant bouses. We h.<*
been ilnlne: hnsinefls. In thiseltv and at the same stanil for over 15 YEARS and as to our Kl*
one most universally practiced, Is to lay s. VT :eOVTLE-ZO PON8IBIUTY AND REPUTATION for honest dealing,wo refer you to any merchant here, or w
the editor oC this
oil tho land In furrows four feet apart, .
in tho SOLOMON & LEVI,
furrows put tho stable manure,
if you have It, If not, put In halt of the SAN MATEO, FLA. 1028 & 1030 First Avenue,
P. O. Box No. 33.
fertilizer -- --------- ---- ---- -----------
you Intend using; then throw -

a couple of furrows on this, and lu the NOTICE:-W.pay Express Charge to all points reached by' "SOUTHERN1 EXPRESS CON.

case of tho stable manure, apply the this blood.wonderful What machine care are? you biking oi '-. l a'.t E. H. ARMSTRONG PANT Southern" but Express to points Company on lines transfers of other to said Express other Companies Expresi Company., we prepay only to points when_

J ..- potash and phosphate, and cover with Shortness of breath buzzing in the ,
motliin, couplo of furrows; and where it ears dizziness, palpitation of the heart, e9't

.II Is all commercial fertilizer, apply the sleeplessness, stomach trouble, indiges Eye o Specialist: H. A. HODGES....

I other above half the same way; covering it as the tion machinery-are only some of undergoing the evidences a strain that and WATCH JOBBER to the public. Manufacturer of

which sooner or later will break it down. r t.'O w., I will Dell the high grade Elgin and Waltham and Yellow Pine
This l will make a medium low bed that What the lubricant is to the machine ; nag 1 Watches In the Best JSUJo: 20-year Gold Filled ...Cypress Lumber...

will warm up good, because sweet potatoes of iron. Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Rr l & / Cases, H8.88 to 112.4Solid: Gold High Grader ROUOII AND. DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.

: want a very warm loll to do wellIn blood.Discovery:It is reduces to the friction machine of flesh and Fountain Pens, l)8o each. Any one contemplating; shedding their pineapples or oranges or building '10
to minimum ;
and that Is my objection to level cult. and keeps the great in An illustrated catalogue mailed free. Special any part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. The saw mills are locatedat
organs: inducements and discounts
ture, that It will not give as warm a soil running order. It does this by healing proper to agents.: Buffalo Bluff near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any
diseases of Office 63 W Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. part of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES FlaE3TABLI3nEI .
,t an a low bed will give, and I don't want the stomach and organs of Buffalo Bluff
digestion and nutrition, and ._ _._
high increasing -- -- ---
a ridge that --
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apt to ----- --
dry -- -
the flow of pure and healthy blood. -------

i out entirely during a dry spell, and, as Dr. Pfera'i Golden 1880.!
I ) already said, a medium between level Clnimnt Dlleecoveryttend several 1 vials of hi. Photo Supply Co.
Pellets' s year this ,
ago and
and high Bolls I have found the most b.w had no trouble with Indigestion spring.(nce." ..
writes Mr. W, T. Thompaoa. of Townsend Bond: Lumber
satisfactory good dual Co.
depends on Broadwaler Co., Mont.,.. ; Word fall to tell i
the season and the start one gets In making how thankful I am for the relief .. t had ...1'- ,
feed ao much and It seemed. that the doctor ....AA-en: :diiMtiiiiiii ii:!O<.1n.L Oo.
I a profitable crop. When the spring ouuld do me no good 1 got down in weight to Manufacturers of and Dealers in
:' Is late, as it was last year, the draws or 1 aas weigh pounds nearly,and ado.not and sole can to do work a d.at,all.'. work Now The only house In Florida devoting its time to the

slips are not ready early enough to get a cine on the to farm.several I, and have shall recommended always have year a medW good KODAK AMATEUR. LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING,
good start and the word to ,
1 long dry spells we aay for Dr. pierce and his medJda_" ,

get In May and Jane keep plants set out Dr. Pierc '. Pleasant Pellets Invior.ate OUR SPECIALTY-Developing and Printing.. Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
4 in April from making enough growth of them with stomach tbe Discovery, liver and bowels.when Use Give us a trial.! :No: trouble to answer questions. and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence. i

4 vines to be be available for the general is require a pill 51 King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Saw, Planting and Shingle Mills DeLand at Bonds and.Wills Tltanme.I on J.., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards aI

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---- .- -.- That II. R, THOMAS, ('ornerdfm.* Unhealthy: Kidneys ]Make Impure Blood. I the. finest stock to bo obtained" and. are prepared to
ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW, -------- --- and Madison, keep fresh Drugs makes 1 :gi1 .
No Store Hotel Residence fresh Mocking Bird }Food sells the best' All the b1'. 'd hi your body pasics through I execute all orders promptly. We only solicit theInialuvRS
etc$ HOUBS and:-2 From to 4 10 to 12 a. m., Boarding House or Cigars:! finest Soap" and IVrfiiinerlea your kidneys once every three minutes! I I .lg of dealers.

p. m. should be without the Anti- and puts up prescriptions' just, rightevery i .J"iii *. The kidneys are your W! O
ETmraviuuB! Brevard Co., FLORIDA.. in the Give him a'' I 1
day year. ; ., bloodpuriflerstheyIII. fOW.\nODUGAl.rT. Let us have your orders for pure Maine Grown
JO.Eox,108. Germ Filter trial. .. : l I 1 ter out the waste- or N Seed Potatoes
Fill practice In all the court*-atate and fed Water Thomas' Chill and Fever 1'ul1lo. .* BO '" Impurities In the blood. P6 'I O i

Mocking Bird Food . . . 3* /,' MER
: If sick
Special facilities tor examining: and perfect- ;'i, they are or out r /e We purchase our seed In car loads direct from time
-r land titles. I Thomas' CIuA'h Cure . . . 23 1 cf order, they ail, to do nUl "I'O' "_
I 'l'homa..lron'l'onlc.. . . .. 75 .II'", their work. J ) ; Celebrated\ ne Seed Forma_

I. GAULDEN, j Thomas' Nerve Restorer . . 60 Pains achesandrheu- roM HI i1 Fc' o f
Thomas' Beef, Iron and Wln. . BO mat Ism come from excess Quotations mulled on application. Stencils furn-
a I
ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW, Thomas'Rheumatism. Cure 25 and (50 of uric acid In the v lahod.
Manufacturer and Agent for Young'sMagic blood due to neglecledkidney JI ; oWe
Florida In all the Court of the State trouble. are In the best possible position to handle your
and the United States Courts.I / -
-! Kidney trouble I rwY consignments and solicit
causes quick imgunranteelng
I. O Box,S35. TITUSVIIXE FLA. t Young's/ Magic Oil. ... . .. 25 heart beats and makes or unsteady for the
.1'l ono feel as though i .. :; same our prompt personal attention.
Young's Magic Dyspepsia Cure BO ,
Money to Loan. 18 / they had heart trouble because the heart Is '4-zZ
/ --- Young's Magic/ Consumption Cure 100 over-working In pumping thick kidney- i WHITE & WALTON.
\ Young's Magic Catarrh Cure. . :2S
GOLDSMITU, I;, poisoned blood through veins and arteries. _u __.uo_. _______ ___. ____ ___. _..____ ..___ __ ._ __ ...__ ____ ___._______
r I t 'I ,', The following people were either It used to be considered that only urinary
l1 1] II"I.l ,:) II I Il cured or found relief, after using troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, COKKKSrONDKNCK: INVITKD. STENCILS FVktIRIIED.

A TTOliNE Y-AT-LAW, dlti' Young's Magic/ Cure : but now modern science proves that nearly
Mrs W E It 11 rbnge/ was given up to all constitutional disease have their beginning -
Water being clear and sparkling Is no die of consumption two in .
years ago by kidney trouble.if McCOMB
: proof It is pure. Well or cistern water one of New York's. greatest specialists. I you are sick you can make no mistake
that is full of fever and malarial ,
typhoid After using The Young/ Magic Cure by first doctoring( your kidneys. The mild
P J. WEBB, germs may be perfectly clear.Is she is still living to-day. Elder H V and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's I

e your drinking or cooking water Skipper, President Second Advent Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy Is
A TTORNEYA T-LA'V, muddy or cloudy ? Keadlly cleanse It Christian (church Georgia/ and Florida, soon realized. It stands the highest for Its Ucrniudn Cuban and SolltherllGrowers'
from all earth, sand, Insects or slime. cured of Bronchitis, ten years stand- wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
viii practice In the Courts of the 7th Is the water you use bad smelling or )ng. Mrs Moucrcnf, mother-in-law of and Is sold on Its merits *
Ircutt.. Taxes for tasting ? Is It too much trouble to clean
paid non-residents Dr J N Jones, tlejitlst. of Jacksonville, by all druggists In fifty- .
d I rents and accounts.collected.fUSVILI.K out the cistern or well as oiten a* should "
I was cured of parnlyiils.: A rich bank cent and one-dollar its'r: '
be ? Is the drainage from house, stable i'
: er's spending the
miner! es. You have a
FKOKIDA. may and
or privy dangerously near your water with A O Al/wbnllnell. general raIlK.'nIter sample bottle by mall nonw of smun.. Shipper Agents
supply, so us to make you anxious ? and ticket agent! of the !' CAP free also pamphlet telling you how to find ,
D. PENNEY Have you had typhoid or malaria In your Feriiandina. found
U'y, immediate re- out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. .
family lately and realized that the water : ( Cure ----
1lefarU'ruaingThe Young Magic/ Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
used may be responsible for U ? Then Dr S 1* Downea physician mid Y."TASTElI .
surgeon, & Co., Binghamton. N.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, get a IJTTI/E BROWN JUG FILTER of Monticello, Ua., writes'* : "I have \7Vnsla.laaiKtoaa.: : Stt. Now Yor1E.: ..

TDSVULK, FLOJIIDA. i at its low popular price, and you are cured a widow lady of consumptionwith
safe. It will remove impurities The Young Magic! euro." Mrs SKVEUAt. FKK&nNS KOH })IS-
|ill practice In all tho courts of tho 7th UQyThey are very cheap, and will Mary AVilchert estimable Christian M.imiuo". In till slate to rep" HK..tlIIESI'F.M-COmmcrol"t: Agencies or any reliable house In New York.

Judicial Circuit. last a life-time. When writing for in lady, of 701)( Bridge street! ,Jacksonville, runout. wilhiiK me In to thnlr pay own'early and, HUM mirrciimilliitfoniintloa. |paysI l .. -- .. -. .. -. -- ..
formation please.Inclose stamp. All or- 1"11says her son was curt'd' of consumption weekly molrulilA "inil ders must be accompanied by cash. by the Young Magic Cure iiUTtiinltli'| | ... Hnl'hiwiuwi cxclmngoil.. Knrlimonoiraililrwuioil : .
AMES ANDREWS iiiaiiii".il sit veluI.c l H.: A. Vurk
Rev K: E Gardener of
principal Bpiild-
For full particulars, apply to the agent, S'2U: CixtuJtuadlug'hlcnao..

ATTO UNE Y-AT-t.A W. CLAUDE WALTON, Tltusville, Fla. "The ing Seminary Young/ Magic MontezumnGa.writes! Cure cured my i

Main office( and P. O., TI DAr.M, FLA. catarrh." Kev W L Singleton, Drake i QUESTIONS ANSWIUIUIK M. Lane & Son

Iceppen at Ft. Pierce on and and 4th The Largest and Most Com- Town Ga., writes "After using/ the i ,
Fridays of each month. Young Magio Cure my hearing is i Yes, August Flower still has the largest
|WI1I practice In all the courts of the plete Establishment South. much better. I could hardly hear a ,sale of any medicine In tho civilized
7th Judicial Circuit.ATTOHNEYAT.LAW. watch tick; now I can hear one ten world., Your mothers npd\ grnndmothcrsnever 253: WASHINGTON STREET, NEW''Oln .

GEO. S, HACKER & SON feet awny." E T England & Hon, lending thought of using/ anything/ else for

TEPHEN E. FOSTER, merchants of jtarhiunville, Ky., Indigestion or Billlousuess.' Doctorswere
write : "Mrs Hancock, who was Ia.time scarce and they seldom heard of Southern Fruit t and Produce
r last stages of couBiimption' after using. Appendicitis Nervous Prostration'! or
the Young Magic Cure, is now able to Heart failure etc. They used August
looms 420 and 423 Gardner Building, attend church and visit friends" Mr Flower to clean out the system and stop

JACKSONVILLE FLA. John Drlscole, a ship carpenter on fermentation of undigested; food,regulatethe Comm.iaciori:: : Mrchcrita.:
:, Myrtle avenue, Jacksonville, Flu., says action of the liver stimulate the
,l lI lr he had asthma worse than any living nervous and organic action of the system SPECIALTY StonclU Cards and
.f PINEAPPLES A our quotation furnished on
tried all kinds of
man ; asthma cures, i and that In all they took when feelIng -
YLOR .t BROO&IE, f Ill but found the Young/ Magic Cure the dull and bad with headaches and application.McTirrssrs.ors.s.
best. Mrs John Menzies, wire of Mr I other achoH. You only need a fow doses

A TTORNEYS-A T-LA W. S John Menzies,' a large merchant on I of Green'August Flower, In liquid formto ------ -- .- -
Buy street, Jacksonville, 1<'1/\., says i make you satisfied! there Is nothing
fill practice In all the Courts; of the her son had rheumatism so bad that ; serious the matter with you. /Maniple : : : :: : :: cat: Fi.teh.,

'; State. Office in Law Exchange the bones of his ankles almost worked ; bottles at J. I'. Cooper's drug Moro al A. .

HCKSONVILLE, FLA. out. Me went to Hot I'IprhltltSrk.., Cocoa and F. 8. OliaflWs drug store At ,TACIC8ONVILLK, PL
MANUFACTURERS OF which did him no good, but was made i Titusville, l-'U. Grocers and Com mission Merchants
well, after using the. Young Magic ,

FORGE W. ALLEN, Doors Sash Blinds Cure, which made him a new man.I Ilow'd This DKAR But I-We beg to niiote you our prlona on the following anode, f. o. b.Jackmmvlile. ouaH-! ,
can show hundreds of 'ast's' In ty guaranteed slid wuuhl be phrased to receive your onlura. In. any quantity.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Jacksonville, Fla., and hundreds of We offer One Hundred. Dollar Rewind ORAI$ HAY AND FEED. DUNtli.JRilomijanod ... ,.. .Jo to .11
Moulding & Building Material), cures from Seattle Watdr.,tu New !Mexico. for any case of Catarrh Unit cannot Porn, Ins lln., pbresek. .. ?...... ... .. Its) J| u i xL.r.' ;|ier b.'......;" ,' .... OH
BY WKST, FLORIDA. The Young Magic/ Cure Co. is be cured by Hull'. Catarrh Cure (lorn' 110 i1)... |M>r' sank................ .... MM Rliw, per lt>...:. .::::::.:'::::::::::::::04'-"tB," .OAK.07
backed $5O.M: ( (). and-wdli donate to J. II. CIIENj y.tCo., ('rurll, 'roledo, O. linu, will to, !pereack." ....... .... ...... .... hat Colreegreen orlh. ..%.. ....,...
nil praotlpe In the United States Office Warerooms King, opposite by Bran, .eriW Ibi.... .. ......... .......... l.nn Dre.teI 1 .Arlo..lioir poi iI'; ." ... Veto .10
any' charitable Institution of Florida We the undersigned, have kuowned .restiSteal..u! .. ... .... ... .. ... t.'H'' '" .. .. .1114
1 State Cou rts. 0J unOBO. Cannon Street.Charleston Tea,green orhlsekp.rlb.... ..,, ,,.......
live hundred dollars, if any resident F. J. Cheney for the lime 15 years, and Wheat-, UIMH! quality..... ........1.40 to I.HI\ ) lirauulnledacgurperlb. U
physician or specialist of the State of believe him perfect honorable In all I'. M. Meal brightIer100lbs.' ) .... .. ... 1.1" Jelly 311110 1'1&11.. .. .......:::::::::;:::: too/
S. C. ... ... .. ..,. ............ .
FRIES, C. E. Florida can show more cures of con- business transactions find financially able II"YoI."rll"IIo" M".I'lIN', '. .. ........ .... .... .. .::: 1:1It1:
1f'LOtTR.GIU'I'8AND MEAL. etaruhvetburc' ......... ...,.... ..r.. 1./11)/
sumption, catarrh, asthma. rlieinnutism to carry out any obligation made by Kent Pat Flour, barrel......... .. 4.9fl! lhrdnl'rsokenperlb .... ... ............ 06''"
por "
COUNTY SURVEYOR.and Sash Weights Cord and and paralysis. their firm. Kent 1..t.'ll'loII..r". barrel ..... ..... H..tfl Trillion: : .('r"r ouI''r' Ill........ ............ .M
Mild treatment, 1.00; second treat Want TitUAjf;, Wholesale Druggist; 111'1",1"1' barrel... .?............. ... IMMoiil <> Table F.anlrWO.lb l '... .. ....... ... ..... l.W'
t .
legally surveyed and sub-divided. .. Toledo O. KINNAM MAIl barrel. ... .. ... ...... ... .. H.'W' I' bsae..n.. 1.1H(
ment$3.00) fourth $>>.OU. WAt.niNO por ,
; treatment i Tomato: **, t-lli.., ;IlIIr I eIIl.... ........ .. ...... .(Ml
pplng Hardware ;
} neatly done. Estimates for Bole only by VIN, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. MEATS AND PROVISIONS. 4.11iers.. 7t
'. kinds of engineering works. DIe- DK. HENRY R. THOMAS f I Hall' Catarrh Cure I* taken Internally, lieu llaeon "ertb /fIX! Matuhnapergnnts! ; : ,::::::::: :::::.::::: ; !d41
.. fll.'ld".l'urib..o."t."H. 1..I..t..Vllr."k.... ..... ........ ... ::.. 2:001Ialu..l :
jbod lines a specialty. Window and Fancy Glas Corner Adams and Madison Streets, acting directly upon tile blood and mu- per Ui..... .... ...... .........1:1.: .. .13 Onloni,per' barrel..................... .... a.M:
surface of Price 750;
Jacksonville, Fla. cons the yten. We alas handle Vegetables and Proiliin for our ouatomera, and them goods are brlnfflng bare'
USYILLE, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. A SPECIALTY.DROPSY per bottle. Hold by Druggists.\ TostInionials to day aa follows i
free.Hall's 'TomaliMiii. iwr' orate.... ..........*1 JW)to S'J' 00 We are paring In.day for
PINEAPPLE GROWERS, ETC. Pill the boat. r;II.Ih.u'. ........ .. ...... .. ....1.11) W :I.illI runt III.U., Ib... .;.. ... .... ....14... lit
R. HOUGUTON'S CURED with .Ir.I.bl. Family are ..111..1..111II". ".... .... .... ........8.IHI to 8.tltl Onwn Halt II I'filer., porlb.... .........::..OHM to JM
}..lDott.Il_ HUT cured Ur..iiK..., brlinhta: .. .. .... .. ... ........a.Mlre9M) ) ll.....wa. *. pep Ib....... .......1. ...... .v4 to .M:
;mnny thutieMiA (continued from second page.) Please mention the ADVOCATE when .. rn.Mt".... .. ... .... .......il. relied hoptilew.. In ta ,l'etllr ... ... ...... ..Ill: to .13 I .. OATING DENTAL APARTMENTS say stlewttwo-thiMsnfall.7mptamremor- certain crop than pineapples. writing advertisers. KftKi jerIlue .. .. .. .. .. .. ..... _.. ..Itto.Mll IAltlcaturaklnaviufistsndu.. .,.,.5to nut
.H! T."t1mi>nti\lx; nnd: TF1I BATS trwitment fro*. Mis place Is appropriately named "El --"--. ,,".,"""II.> .. ...... ." ...... .... ... ..85tu411PamSklu.oanb.. .. ...... .... ..........!uoto.4 on the.Dentos) OR. .. H. GREiB'I Sues, box x.Atlanta.. beautiful .prmegereeaoh.r.. .. .... ..28to: .:U inter to . .... .... ........O.iMI. toT.UU
Bonito Vista, the view, as : ANTERRVJ'RAL: I'JrItfONIFOR 1)M
one can see clear to S rwnlP Point, W f riot tlfllua' Manages. lu thin state to rep-' We would lie pleased to mil you your groceries.mid grain buy your bliliw, and handle your
Now AT PALM BEACH. Choice resent ma in their own iiirruunilliiK vegetables and produce. Vmira truly' ,
Adjoining Mr. Brand lies the large, ooiintltn. Wllllmc to pay yearly $' payable MoTIMMONS & FITCH'
Wines,Liquori well Improved place of Mr. Ton attaint.He weekly. Dimlrublo employment| l with nuimtial IB, I7, III and M 8011 thOonanBtrflet, JACKSONYILLVILA.:
kR. C. H. PEETE, ess e grows: vegetables; and has several, acre oiH>rtunltl0a. ll9rerenti.*exf'liaaCHil.. Eiicliaera !: ..
and Cigars : <.. ....). stamped 'lIte'l.e. H: A. 1'arlc:,
In citrus trees besides his ten acres of 320 Caxtou Uu1 ding,Jbpao.| |
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT. Guaranteed Pure. pineapples. Mr. TousHalnt also cares ----- -.-
for the plantation of his father-lu-law, 1.
503( Cherry Street, Sold at reduced Mr. Potts of rottaville, Pa. .M I 1 .
AI rn
MACON, GA. prloe, We now come to the peninsula of
Imported Waveland extending from here Sowalls/

Tokay Wins Point and on this point, even extendingpartly j
> ; &
M. :McL. DANCY D. D. L. ; fl6'JI'
(from Italy. over the water l Is the tine home of .
Capt. Htjwall. This distance U three and
fad uate of Philadelphia College of John B. Togni, one half miles and the peninsula Is littleIf */ ,t .,' % rt

eon, class 1872. Perfect operations any over a quarter of a mile In width rEs
Metropolitan Saloon, 123: East Bay St., at any placo. Homes lie thick but as all
nlsed. Hazeltlne Block, corner Bay FLORIDA. but the 'very beautiful home of Mr. 1 grow paying' cropa 'because they're ] '

aura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.) JACKSONVILLE, Tyndall face the Indian River we will rrtmh end ......1'. .b. 1>*a(. For # fI

Wholesale an
OLD I Is'of no value when health Is pn a !Ht.: Lucle steamer would think this .. Rilch) lo fcrrx'a Reeds and! proiperlunu I ll I'' ldlllL; G I e

lander. What's of more value ? whole section unimproved, alt the owners ':1 \ Heed Annual frees Writ (or I.I j' Y A
have left the : 1
wisely beautiful palms and
tt'li date tablets will break f
up-to- up Homes other trees to grow In their natural state. D. M. FERRY CO.. Detroit. Mich. urn'r ''
old la one day, and for constipation
All the Indian River steamers come upon -
I biliousness and all malarial troubles;, .. -
r 1 il"er the passengers speak i In glowing .
jkas no equal. By mail prepaid for 25o.; '
jltt Medicine 0.,., Station it, Chicago, terms to our people of the great: beauty -Honentman or woman to travel :;:.- t''' j .;t \ :Send: fur sample. You learn all about Virginia hands, and seeming prosperity of our St. Lucie WANTED r house; salary' : *11I(. monthly amiexf -.
niieN,with Jnrreaaai K Hltlon -
River pnrmannntj
Its resources, products, mode of cultivation ... ... | .
-- -- -- -- enrlmre.elf-
prices, etc., by reading the It has been demonstrated repeatedly In MA Kit!; ,XUI! Caxtun Chicago. The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one inmate

EE Virginia Farmer. .Send lOcta. 'every state In tbe Union and In many of who has been In the Infirmary for three ,
seventy years age, years
for 3 months subscription to the foreign; countries that Chamberllo's: Marriage Paper.Pud: I:..
Cough Remedy I acortali preventative Thou..,,". vt act."I...... to muicrtntm. a great sufferer from Indigestion, and has been taking Ripans Tab'
Farmer Co., Emporla, :a.DPlun il Wealthy pntrfmii |ncr diM.
and cure for croup. It has become the / """ formal, .,,ferioiial.. ItO wort ules about a and a half and finds them so beneficial that he Is
universal remedy for that (Unease.,M. /... ail a 10...11.... ..mpl. Gnp,. :'it year
with our home treatment. We are cured.nd wfel at >horn k*' witho a" t.1 .- V. Fisher" of Liberty, W. Va., only re _. .r.. ..:: OCIAL AMERICAN! T.l.do,Ohl.. never without them. He is willing that his name should be used ina
I and the benefit --- -
physicians get
of our experience.you No matter what ll::'>ul:r!".> rent Hou c'RECM. nf per? globe peats what where baa be writes been said: "I around have need the tireat{] i31gr t 't. alAr 8AMPL.n""I".fW oIlIt"r"DtN".pllpfln, ( testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other person

your trouble Is, how simple or bow ,.tile.' .. 104. M N"MOULLtt rtn frrar CO;St' Chamberlin'B Cough Remedy In my nn Mnuurntm tv Hur ivnl.''u upon, 4 r nt.*. 'lpt Clalr nl *luo t..for Toledo.'OBO aw/n.s to try them. A second old gentleman, in the same institution,

do good andIf family for several yaarn and always with of has had liver trouble for and
hopeless we can you perfect succ .a. We believe that It U eighty-four years age, many years [

we can't we will honestly tell yon not only the best cough; remedy, but YEARS finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have two
so. Thousands of tired, weary, lick A. Odd Fr m that It 'In a sure cure for croup. It has EXPERIENCE
and hopeless people bave been entirely A pretty odd photograph frame baa saved the liven of our children a, numberof nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer

aod permanently cured byW'hy been given to tbe' IVofesalonal Woman' times." This remedy lit for sale by e from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nerve i,
It la cardboard folded. all and Medicine
league. Druggist' dealera.'I'he .
and contain the picture of three j.i N ousness. They take the Tabules and find them so.useful that they

jbMPOUNDIxYGEN well known leading men. The entire members of the Austrian royal ./ : always have a package in their pockets. The matron also states '

surface of the frame la covered wltb family are Bald to be tbe most accom- : '
of and at times suffers with indigestion
that she J is forty-five years age
all around TRAOC fIIARaR y
coupons of theater tickets. On each plished amateur actors 'Jn '
l 1-i.Ii'JI. Dur : N. of and finds that the
In very tiny letters U written tbe date. Europe.I ; .-v_" CO""IGHT.&o.An..on causing pain aDd paroxysms bekiing,

not take heart again and Inves- name of the escort and color of tbe ... .k...,.""nd tI..t..II"' 0"7 Tabules are very good i indeed andls perfectly willing to have her
.. Cp
tigate thi..great principle. We have gown worn. The coupon are put ODIn want to let the people who suffer ,henu, ,. U, ,I' f.C,.).1.1 f piu oplni'in.ntnMfc fr. thousands of testimonials. Send for and from rheumatism and sciatica know II"".. r r, rr. "DoI..oW. rl.ndu.'nk on l'nr.ntele'It name a -
artistic disorder It I Is tbe work that .. ,. .
.,.,, ,,. .
trrv .1. riMH rMunu ""p"to .... .... _
book on home treatment, wonderful of n very patient cud ardent matinee Chamberlin' Pain Balm relieves me after pl', r. .'0 ?"....u,1 a t-... rwutwI ,, .ItTQ,..,. _af--.. ... _.... .w. 1t--oH ...
.rdh: f wll """ ;eb.rv.. lu due ---- .t. = ... :=i:
number of other medicine and a doctor r.:; 7.r
: cures to the lick, etc., free. girl. .- _:==-ass-WrwYr.. ''sNl.l.: : == a."reM.a..aw : .
had failed. It Is the bent liniment I have S( iHinc; Jhmrlcmi. -

ever known of-J. A. POODEJT!: Alphar- ..' ......
IRS STARKEY & I1t-t'Yto. lt1r. 1rirft
-iTAYTED-Honest man or woman to travel .tta, Ga. Thousand have been cured rutsl.l 5.andn I M V ..'t...Ufle. }t''I"I.af .. _._ __ __ d __ _
\11 for laric honest aalary Ise\ monthly end of rheumatism by that remedy. One "-, : b' r .. -.''ina,'L. Bold'all "..........1....

1112 Girarcl St., IMiila., Pa. .enclose expenses_i/-with* il, stamped poaltlon....permanent ...Iube. application) relieve the pain. For sale M'rm' &: no(; ""-fiew r Yariuo. :, ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing.

Jt 17 feb 900 JIA.'iA(:ER,3JO fa-itoo building. Chicago. by all Druggist and\ Medicine dealers. 1:._ d F lit.."'....1>>...uo. l.{.. ,


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INDIAN fclVER ADVOCATE. JANUARY 19, 1900. .,.--. .-- -


Indian River Real

t 0V TUB INDIAN IUVRR LAHCWOBTU attitude of the British gov- ot'AL TITUSVILLE FLA.
AND niHOAVKB 114 Y 8KCTI.'>N. .
ernment towards the United States ;

PUBLISH EVERY FRIDAY, during our trouble with Spain was
an interesting exhibition of the ABSOLUTELY PURE ... YOU would do well If you have property to sill and want it advertised in this
paper free of cost to you and put in the hands of live men, to write at once to
GaAaLK8 H. WALTON, Editor ProprietorDiionntlnuance friendly disposition of Great Brit- Makes the food more delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts and put your property before the public.
ain, which should not easily be for- 23T Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency. Why not

or advta. must be made peraesafy gotten. There are a great many soet...,...i MWOF*oo.nrw YO....

> at thin office or by writing. people in this country, and the old, -- --- yours.PINEAPPLE LANDS near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10.00.
who would be glad to see both --- ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS $2.00 to $$2M\ per acre.

Checketo.'may lie made payable to CHARLKH English-speaking nations enter Into MAYOR CARTER: II. HARRISON, of 1 RESTRICTIONS ON TRAVELTO Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of Eau
i'' 1,. WALTON,publlHhor and proprietor. Gallic; first-class for oranges pineapples and vegetables. Price $1,000.,
some sort of compact that would Chicago announces that he will MIAMI REMOVED.The ORANGE GROVE 11 acres 50 miles south of Xitusvllle. Will pay $1.000 this

Addres all onminiinlcatlonii' to hind them together for offensive or not be the Democratic candidatefor year and $3,000 next. Price :$7,000.

INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE defensive operations against any governor of Illinois this year. following statement was received HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titusville, from $5 to $25 per acre.

TITUIIVILLB. FLORIDA. combination of powers that might It Is surmised that he regards the from Dr. Porter, State Health Officer,declaring One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2} miles west of Titusville, good for
quarantine oil and removing all pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, .150.00.;:; ().
be effected. There is no doubt but 'prospect of securing the senator- ,/
of Agriculture restrictions communication between
17. S. Department such a union of the United States ship brighter than the chance of I I Miami und the on outside world: -r-- _
r I' Weather Itureau-Jupiter, Flu. and Great Britain would have elected in ,
a being governor a stateso "Caseo. of yellow fever have ceased to

great influence in _whatever direc- overwhelmingly Republican as occur at Miami for the past two weeks. Jas. :B. Bours
The following IS'a comparative statement tion that Influence might be exert Illinois showed herself to be in All houses and places where the sick ,
of temperature and rainfall fur the have been treated have been disinfected,
i' week ending Tuesday, Jan. 1(1( 1000.! ) ) ed. Acting together, the United 1898, when the majority for that and1 articles which might act as fomltes
i -1900- -181)0HATE. ) States and Great Britain would be party was 43450. of the disease in the future have been E3av: : G-ral.n.: Feed, :X'1our,

!:. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. a world-controlling( power, against _______________ sterilized by superheated steam and dry
74 01 heat under ,
10It 70 70 high temperature
which it be pressure
]f. might impossible to
TilE Wadsworth bill for the
reorganization -
73 00; ,
7( 70 and every means known to modern ALL
32 74 00 '77 08 make any combination that would of the Weather Bu. science and human effort has been employed ARRIVING TIME.

,I 13: (1:1. Klno 78 OS he effective. In fact it is conceivable reau, now in the hands of the to destroy any possible remaining kinds
Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all s of insects;; Harmless to man or
k. 70 78 72 Infection.
.l4 that the United States and House Committee on Agriculture
1ft 7t (16 77 07 Great Britain, acting in political has "Therefore, believing that Intercoursewith beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotation,
_O 73 08 .78 (,w many commendable features, \Ilaml! ( by the rest of the State will
': Total rainfall for the 'W\ck: 1.0r:) and commercial concert, could and the ADVOCATE believes it should be unattended by danger;\ and can now be Lowest cash prices.

Departure from normal rainfall for the exert a dominating power in the be passed _with as little delay as safely permitted, the quarantine restrlc- Office: 124 W. Bay street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
nfTnlra nf tlia ll_ Homo. trllv..1 and .nmmArr.Ia.1. Int...*.
week: plus .1:/ Inches. Departurefrom 1------- -- _u_ umf. -..-. possble. It was drawn by 1'rof. on- -
course, imposed'; on October 17; are-I hereby .
normal rainfall since January 1, The great friendship* of Great Willis -
L. Moore the
I present accomplished removed this .
date You
plus .r.r 5 In hell. (January 15))
Britain in our war with Spain isa chief of the Bureau who, can make this. CHAS. N. WELSHANS
HAL. P. IlAnniN Observer."A public.J.
fact which the'American-born
peo having demonstrated his ability to Y. POKTEB,
-- pie fully appreciate. We recognize manage the Bureau so ns to give State Health Officer."

STITCH In time eaves nine, so the fact that the sympathy of the its best practical
results -
pay up your overdue subscription that great naval power stood between \ ,country I U, the ADVOCATE thinks Lecture on Ilypnotlmn.Dr. CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
before your name is stricken from us and the would-be interference ,
competent to Judge what is best

r '. our lIst. of Continental Europe ; for its immediate) future. The officials Henry S. Munroe, professor of Agent for Cabot's Creosote Shingle;\ Stains.

I and we must admit that but for ( of the Bureau all deserve psychology and suggestive therapeutics) ,
TUB Jacksonville Evening: News Great Britain's influence gave a lecture In the Opera house, Titus- .
seems to he pushing to the front commanding credit for the.vast amount of good yule. Lint night before fairly good at. UWrite for Samples and Pi'Ices.
in European affairs! we might work hey have accomplished. Asa tendance of our townspeople. The lecture I

and making a Hueeesn. It keepsup ( have been ut a serious disadvantage class they have shown themselves vms followed )hy a Holies of scenes Old 'Phone 8. '. }jut 13 Hogan Street, t
with the procession and has In which caused deal
hypnotism of
in our Spanish! war. Let us, self-sacrificing and devoted to the a
many attractive and appreciative therefore amusement. The Doctor, In his lecture JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
acknowledge evl-
every the interests of the communities in explained and demonstrated Christian
r features. Naturally Editor MoNam \ den stationed. In cures, bpiiltnali.ini, ---- ---- ---
they are re. magnetic -- ---- --- ---------------- -
ee 11 is quite gratified over the and friendship during our own turn the people of the country will mental' and metaphysical healing, etc.
success his paper is meeting with. troubles, and treat her with Ills. hypnotic demonstrations were both
every support them in effort
ii fairness and) consideration in her any they amusing and interesting and the audience MeMurray & Baker
make to further increase the
THE man who defeats the lIon. may weru well pleased with the even- ,
struggle; against the Boers, who effectiveness of their labors'I In Ing's entertainment.Dr. .
Eobt. W. Davis in his race fort declared war against her some M unrue will will give another lec-
this section in particular the Bureau 410, 41C, 414, 416, 418 l1l1n St Jacksonville Fla.
Congressional_ honors.. of the Second three months ago- has many. friends who are ture to-night (Friday). :
District will nave
get up anxious for its welfare, and believe Headquarters for- j l:
early in the morning.: While Mr. :NKW YORK CITY will make '
a the bill under consideration will coHUN: imos
;, Frank Clark is an all-around good strong ell'ort' ts induce the Democratic beneficial to its future Wagon Material Vehicles 'Harness
fellow, we have no reason to think and the Republican national prove very Bicycles, j .1 i

'' otherwise than that "Our Bob"-will commmittees to hold both the I prosperity. Dry Goods House on Bay St., Jacksonville
be re-elected. pres. is one of the largest and most and Sundries.. [
'. nominating conventions KING CETEWAYO ON THE popular in the /State of Florida. The
there this year A joint committeeof trade that this house did during. Christmas "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES
put wheels
Dr BIcGMTNN whose death BOERS. you
recently prominent Democratic and Re. week was enormous. From the open.

took place, was known to publican citizens have been ; ing In the morning until closing at .- at short notice.
the editor of this paper" and by by the Board of Trade and At a town's meeting at Klddermlnllteraddrell"ed night there was a constant stream of
,, others along the East Coast. by Mr. M. Ray, a delegation of men women and children shopping, at
i Transportation to wait upon the the Imperial !South African Association thin ideal emporium. The latest fashIons -
t lie was a good man, and many two national committees when they a resolution was passed endorsing the watt! not the only reason of this house HAMMOND PACKING CO.
thousands deplore his death. Personally doing such an Immense Xmas business -
of her
meet in Washington, und this citi policy Majesty's Government In
I (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.
he !South Africa but It wan the popular prices also. )
had hosts of friends, zens' committee will be Sir Fredrick Godson
for he was a thinker and worker prepared to 1P.[ for the borough, In supporting the This. establishment Is now getting In OUR SPECIALTIES :
show that New
York .not only has reaolutionsaid his. brother Major God- and opening up their spring goods.
a8 well as a priest of the modern more advantages, but can offer SOD, had Cetewnyo In custody when first Their display will be one of the finestIn "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon

type; and everyone with whom he greater inducements than any other i captured and< the Zulu king said he- the south, and as for their line "Coin Special" canned meats.
came in contact held him in high The never could understand why Great Britain of goods ladles' and gentlemen's
city. committee will
not stopat gloves of all description they "Calumet" hams and
esteem. In tor f erred between him and the are now breakfast bacon.
($100,000, nor even at 125000. Boers. The Doers were a deceitful, showing lu their Immense windows and /5Calum- t" leaf lard.
4 It will offer Madison Square Garden treacherous )people, a curse to Month piled up on the counters and the prices
Tun present Anglo-IJoer war is as the place for holding the Africa and If he had been )left to deal which are marked in plain figures; show Homemade pure lard.

the first in which bicycles have convention. It will with them he would I.aveeaten them up. at once the popularity of this mammoth "Peerless" compound lard
been nsed present unrivalled As It was, the British had eaten him And dry goods store. Cohen Bros pay strict sausages
regular Bicycle
troops. hotel accommodations and his people up, and they would find that attention to mail and express orders. and all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
have already done such inducements regarding( rail! the Doors would never rest until the Call or write and !get their winter and

good service there, especially Ink road rates as no other city would British had eaten them up also. ""Now spring prices. -- -- -

? conveying despatches from besieged I think of offering. The New York said Cetewayn, "If you British had let COHEN BROS.,
like me bat the Boers I should 2t Jacksonville, Fla., WILLIAM
towns Mafekln The commander Herald has offered $10,000 toward !have fought up never CLARKE 8ANITlJMDER.
you you want to
in chief of the
British the expenses, provided that the fight", and we could have had peace. --
t forces has given departmental of merchants and business men contribute You English, should have let us eat up Titusvllle rnumlry. Fine Gas
I leers bases all Fixtures Plumber and Gas Fitters Hoofing, Sheet
at of operation the op. additional our bitter enemies tho Boers who
an $00,000 for :Mrs. Geo. Cook of Tltusvllle Is
lion of using their bicycles insteadof each convention. kill us and steal our land and cattle.If .." prepared .to do laundry work ,of every now Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe Bath Tubs, Water Closets

horses and receiving an allowance search description.. All work guaranteed. and Wash Stands. Copper vessels of all kinds and
in lieu of rations. you Rr i bargains Leave your washing at G. F. Duren'scorner
THE: coming-: century will offer read the ADVOCATE: columns carefully. store, opposite ADVOCATE: office. descriptions tinned.

an abundance work in engineer.
"We are in receipt of a circular ing fields. Sir ------------ ----_______ ______m_______________
Douglass pointsout
letter from Dr. J. Y. Porter, State to British engineers the follow MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, FLA. 37 Forsyth St., Jacksonville, Florida.

ilealth Oftlcer, urging the cooperation ing specimens of the problems of -

6 of the newspapers, as well as surpassing importanee that are HotelMAGNOLIA': SPRINGS FLA.

the public generally in the pro. now opening up : Truck railways Magnolia Springs (St. Johns River.) SOUTHERN FUEL
tectlon of the people of Florida Russia TilE AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
through China
against small Africa Twenty-eight miles south of Jacksonville by the Jacksonville, Tampa A Key .-
pox. This disease ; irrigation works to suppy the West Railway and river steamers. Open, fires In all rooms. Steam heat
exists in various parts of the Southern Elevator. Pure _h____.
wants of growing population ; harbors spring water. No mosquitoes. Well-kept gulf!: course
states, especially in Georgia large enough for the vesselsof Tennis, /Shooting Fishing, boating Driven, Swimming pool. $3.00 and $4.00 Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement

and Alabama, and of a more ma. the future; central installationsto per day. U. D. SEAVEY, Manager. ei..j ,

lignant form than heretofore, and furnish lighting, power, traction '4%

} I t public it h, therefore sentiment, imperative be aroused that in heating of to whole telephonic counties communication ; the extension -. =:: :. E. ::S-C-eEE.:: : f Vitrified, Fating and Sidewalk Brick......

Over favor 200,000 of immediate of our citizens vaccination.have abolition-with of and the without smoke and wires smell; the of Corner Bay and Ocean Streets, . JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 202-

been vaccinated in the past two cities ; the replacement of horses Grocer and Commission Merchant J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager

years, leaving a large number yet. by mechanical power in the streets ; ,

free Vaccine to physicians virus will where be furnished the increase of the speed of trains ,Dealer in Groceries, Hay, Grain, Eggs and Produce. Consignments Solicited. -' --- -T.-----

they vaccinate to 100 miles an hour; the erectionof

without charging for Ilie tall ...0. L. KEENE.
operation.IT buildings where land is valuable D.8. Hollies,per Ib............ /... ...... .ae3Best Flour,per Ib .. .................... 03 ,
; 'the utilization of waste Land.. "..,.......................... .(KIM. .. H bbl uoka............... 3.26
BO-lb tin ...... ...... ...... ....
oat : 2.lbTumatoo..p..rcRn. .. ............ tNt
is an accepted fact that product-especially the refuse of 8uir..&r Curaii Ham, *, per Ib................. .to alb .. >. ".......... ............ on Dress Goods Trimmings Millinery Notions
before cities H. .
the UMUU, : Milk. "- ....
long, under present conditions ; improvement of the Planioraute, ................. .08M MaoarenlandTermlceliaperpeckage..... .10.07 ,
our the water supply the reclamationof Rlne, "...... ........... '
9 ; .ac. : Ark 81/1: | / ban for .... ........... Oft Laces Gloves
mountain and ......... .. ..... I Umbrellas, Art Goods, Hosiery Corsets.
valley lands will be land the whnlejfraln Nr .011. vapor RLeItApplesrl..... ........... .1O ,
; profitable working of Oreon Rio Coffee, .................. .. ,
denuded of 10Butter > r Ib ...... ................ .30
their forest, unless deep seams of coal. Oroiiiul HloCoftee: ".. ................ MM: Bntterineperlb.\ .. ........................ 17
adequate legislation is obtained 1I... Tes, ................. 441 Mackarel,each.......... .................... .(15 Prompt attention paid to all orders.This
to Granulated ".......... ........ .
Sugar MM 8..lc1\l1l1e'.eI>0l\ .., ....................... OS
regulate the cutting of timber and TIIK United States II. Hugar.p' r 1 Ib ........... .. ............... .OB Onions, per quart....... .......,.......... .115( S
to protect them Treasury Meal.. (wrl e ................. ............ Lemnsaneken, per,pound..............,.. .Os is one of the oldest and most reliable houses latest
against forest fires, statement for December is considered I>or..k.. .................. ................ lOll nln .r.ua..perlb ........... ........... .lid in Jacksonville. All the
4.32 says the Savannah Morning News. Orltii.. per lit .... ... ..... ..... ..... .01H S.nlnCrsekerolb... ................... .0534 Patterns and Style.)
In the very favorable because it per Da-lb aiMk, .... ...................... 1.10 MoNan. perlb ....'.... ..........,.. .07 C
north and west this is being shows that the OnatFk.ur.perlb.. .......... ............ ... WH Oy..tercnwkenoperlb...................... .O'' 101 West Bay Street, corner of LauraJACKSONVILLE .
c appreciated and strong efforts will month receipts during that "Hbbliacks; .. ............... 2.UO Stick Candy! per Ib......................... ..10H. FLA.WATCHES'CLOCKS'
were $7,013,545:> more than

be the made at the next Congress for the expenditures. But the Spring. U3. DBXJjR/IECIE:: :: Cor. Bay and Ocean, Jacksonville, Fla. -- -
i enactment of laws
to form a field
Republican points out that
great national -
park and timber .
re.P this is due rather to extraordi-
serve in the State of Minnesota 8TABLJSHKD 1878.ZBOTr.Ees. =
and narily large revenues than to a '

r state Michigan and national also is legislation looking for to -small monthly latter cost of governmentthe VVxo.. : :: 65 ao.

figure being nearly Diamonds
protect what she has left of her . .Jewelry
$10,000,000) about 33 I
i per cent. y ,
once magnificent forests. GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS. R I
therefore It is, above the average monthly expen. ,.. ,
the South ditures
before the Present
t should be stirring in the ) Spanish} war. 6 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE.; FLORIDA.
surplus revenue for the six
l t as every argument that can be months of the fiscal We handle only the beet and most reliable Seed A complete stock of nay
! brought to bear in the north will I. to a little over $20,000,000 year amounts Coin, Oat, Flour, Bran Wheat, Grits Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright and PINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPA1BIJ6A 6
i have an added emphasis In favor deficit againsta dark at wholesale. State agent Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
of of nearly $84,000,000 for lltar RrtUld FertiUsera-nannd SPECIALTT.
+ the South. Anityrts flange taeesad vegetable Ferttlleer Pure Offend
the fame period of 1898. sapnlor Done Nitrate la the 8oda.market Muriate,and a trial Potash will oooVlnoe.aulyhate Pntsah Send for Kala'Catalogn., eco.roe.These nntu.;,n hay DO Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Cbuge*p ld one;>ay. K. J. RILLS,

223 W. Bay St., JAcxaoayTss, YU


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lisa Susie Carter returned to Mel- Dr. H. S. Pole and wife,of Hot Springs,

arne visit., (Saturday, after a week's 1)1t'1'8-l Vo., are guests at the Inn. y H K .

Crowds were on the bench Sunday, t
{most Taylor left for Jacksonville on looking at the big dead sharks.
today, to drive artesian wells In com-
ny with John MoAllister. The work of putting; up the big electric i SPECIAL PRICES
pump on the pier Is in progress.Sir 1m
rchdeacon Brown will\ bold divine

|vices at St. John's church, next Sun- Henry Lynch Blosne; of Ireland,-18 i '
morning and evening one of the most popular guests at the ; tl 11

firs Belle Hopkins la visiting the fam- Inn. III i i

jjof P. A. McMillan, at Banyan and his Dr. F. II. Houston\ who Is here on __Fin.ea..pple @QO Gro""VVers: 171 :
houseboat Duntos
friend here miss her greatly. getting quite a t tXh.11
large tI
practice. :
(1'8. Wm. Kiichell after an extendedt : : I

with relatives on the East Coast relied Miss Newhall, who Is a guest at the A.ro-u.n.d.: I''ortillzor1 : : : i III

Dnday'to last her home at Punta Gorda., Inn weighed, recently nearly caught fifty pounds un amberjack that H' : Price $25.0O.GUARANTEED SJT** Before buying tho following Materials be sure and apply to i ii

ua for prices, and we will prove to you we can nave
i you money.
|Irs. George ITanna, who has been here Capt. A. J. Canova, has arrived from ANALYSIS:

rat weeks visiting Mrs. Geo. Gleason, New York, and has taken charge of the MolHtnra. .. a to 10 STEAMED BONE RAW BONK
; for DeLand, Monday to remain the Poinciana dock and Its feet of boats. Ammonia .................. ... .......... :A to 6 :.1rJ
; ltquxlWNnlphareurAmmnnla| :. SO to 9n BLOOD AND BONE ACID PHOSPHATE
ance of-tbe winter James. F. Lane baa returned from Available l'hue .horlo Aclil a to 6Kqual ,
to Hona i'lu>H >liute of ... 11 to 13
In entertainment will be given at Jacksonville to open the Greonloaf ifc : lotaiiti. K3! O.) .. 5 to e DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA, .

utler's Hall, Monday evening, la aid : Crosby store, In tile Royal Poinclana. Jo: the Ladles' Guild,of St. Johns church. Hotels Royal Pomciana and Inn, Palm H ; IIlalt"e"I.., Lime,Buila, ato ............ ...... .... ... ...... !...TOBACCO STEMS, ':: E-t

| Interesting program Is promised. I Beach, and the Seminole and Palms, at r- .Write for Special Pamphlet TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, : .

rofessor Daymen has kindly conoent- West Palm. Beach, are all open and ready COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES. :

[to favor the audience Monday even- to receive guests.C. nr- Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low : 0

with violin selections. Dr. Welles II. Walton and J. O. Walton, of the H prices. .
Mr.\ Mitchell are also on the program. Titusvtlle, ADVOCATE;-otherwise known

Ir. and Mrs. Lincoln Porter, of Clilc- as the pink paper of Florida-were Please Correspond, with us before boin inducod to buy from Dealers. Send for i
of guests at the Inu over Sunday. .
were guests Hotel Granada a dayo tl.J

last week. They are cruising down Dr. W. T. English a leading physician hH Pamphlet. :

Ian River on Capt. Hardes's cracklit of Plttsburg, arrived at the Inn Saturday '
Nemesis. night, accompanied by Ills wife. From PI

fhe steamer Spartan broke down on here he went to Sit. Augustine. ;

trip to Cocoa,Tuesday and returned The new cable across the lake Is now i J'ackooicrillo: DF'lorld.cu'
aor dock about 10 a. m. She: was red laid, and, after a d'yor, two, it will be i :

with another engine!: and made her possible to telephone from the hotels to _____ J
ana liver! trip Wednesday.n the business houses at Went I'alm Beach.! -

interesting wedding occurred 1 at Prof. C. B..Cory, owner of the museum Melbourne. BAHAMAS-FLORIDA PINEAP- Free and ILLINOIS HEARD FROM. I

edo, Fla., last Wednesday January here, and one of the Palm Beach golf; en PLE QUESTION. Accepted A\\nl/ Masons. DitAINBVILI.K: It.!.., '
li, the pretty bride being Miss Lethe thusiasts" has a story entitled "The Amateur \\ Jan 13, IDOl.

itee Wigfleld, one of FloiIda's most Championship," in the current GOODK & A(). M>E.-'Renl FoRt.Rt" and fJAn". TiiuiAi.a, FLA., l',litr ,. fiulian, IUt'Id".r.111I :
pmlng daughteia; and the groom, R. Issue of the Home :Magazine.The [ '''''' unit Liverpool anti 4? )
Allen, of the Railroad Mail service (IluheandIw'erlel Mire Inmmim-e. Special Jan. 1(1( 1000. Dt'nr /Sir-Ily some means I missed the>
luiy between Jacksonville and Miami five splendid sliver cups to be offered attention. pail to the Interests o( nun resident Editor IiulitiH Jlivtrilvoratel\ : Indian "' '"flto'' IJPiL No W Chriatntasnunrberof (Ito ADVOOATK, arid

i happy for Jacksonville, as prizes for the annual tournament > Mpr as sumo of your correspondents' piaiseii
------ ------- '
ere they will sake their home. We on the Palm bunch ,golf: links are Dear Sir-In :your Issue of Jan. 12th:! River ) Tltuavllle It so highly I should! like to have one.
on exhibition at the Inn. The touriia- m- Subxoilptlons, for the ADVOCATE the letter of W. K. Ilmdcc, of .letmm Wi. having cold weather
!Mr. and ore now.
pgratulate; Mrs. Allen, ando T very
the pink of the East Coast will be ) N FIotf tlo
|> the wedding; cake will soon arrive. men will not be played until March. paper Fla., in reference to The ]Bahama-Floi'I- Lodtfo. with snow and !Ire This wit a groat;
received at the Melbourne PoKtoftico. "
hat Pineapple QiiM"'lon, be makes this Irnldxit.etoeting.the.nnondIntl fourth Fri.|
fruit country but our orchaidit for A
The Palm Beach club-house opened day ur ....cllllulI.th. ftIliB liiiltiiii Klvur hotel,
In of the I. H. & L
statement; speaking/ Tlumvllln .... number of yours have not done any good.I .
wt T
Monday,'including the new bar for which p.
ALERS will please note that Florida \v. / Association's
P1neal.plerow41's' annual -
license last week Dr. G. W. Holmes was In town Tuesday A. A. Stewart, Wnrnlilpfiil Master was, through the northern anil western
was granted by the
Hardware, Co., Ja.cksouvllle.are selling Commissioners. and Wednesday. meeting one year ago/ : "A quorum H. H. WIlHini HniiliirViinlen.' pai ta of your country two years' nAn, nnd
erosene oil heaters at cost. J. R. Bradley was secured twelve months ago by the J. It. Walker,.lenlor WII.I, ,,". was greatly plonsed with It. Myself and
Is hero getting; the place In order; Mr. Our young people have been enjoying nf armful of ," NowI 1. I., 'nrrntli m, Miinlor"' Ih'neini.
pioxloH, otc
and Airs. E. It. Bradley are also here a number of moonlight sails the past UHO ism K." A. l.i>Hl"y, .liuilor .......,...u..J. t'terllla, .. Eire very ;plonsml with your newsy
wish to state that Mr. Ilardoo! could
M, Dixon, 'I'r amirur. pink pnl'er. whloli duos. a dual. of !good
Eden. Leland Sterrv loft hero on Saturday week. not have taro at that meeting, or elno A.' Froaher'rvler. for the I'lnHt-CoiiHt, 1 may tell you that

for Albany, N. Y., called by the critical William Powell, of Waukegan, Illinois. he would have known that there \\I'll not
Illness of his father and was accompanied arrived, Monday; his father Is expected a quorum at that meeting, either. yfirowing AnvoCArw Is always picked up and road ,
Ira. Ireland was a guest at the Neth- by Mrs. Fred Storry. Owing to the i In a few days. Further, lit that meeting/ all business, Straxherrles. :tint, Wishing you a proitporons new
y, Sunday afternoon.n opening of the Royal Poincinna It was more especially one particular) branch til .
Impossible for Manager Fred to Mr. Webb, a Danker, of San Anglo/ the business, was protpvtod l by mo In I remain
card Sterry truly
Impromptu held R. R McCormick's ,
party was at Ix his mot her at the homeof On place, David yours
i Xetherby Monday evening. I leave. We are sorry. to learn that Mr. Texan Mrs. I.visiting I), Lock wood. writing an Illegal: therefore void( on Caldwell" fuitnerly of Sanford In ruining W. ii. BILPKHIIACK.:
Sterry died in Albany :Sunday night. the ground; that (hero was not a quorumof the finest atrawberrlos ever soon In that
Irs. LaTourneau and Mrs. Merwin Mr. and Mrs. II II. Spencer took their stock )present nod voting as required section. Mr.\ Charles: Perry ban sot out Tie Satire In \Vhllller' shill,.,..
e making pleasant calls in- .Jenson, first trip to Melbourne hooch, last Monday by the laws of Florida, tinder'which wo five thousand plants on the edge of the
asday afternoon. HAVE YOUR DEALER order you one to view the grand old Atlantic are Incorpoiatedv' ... (:See sea 2,1-4.: rev Evoiglados and f he meets with the One evening n* I sat with :Mr. ..Whlttlerbo
of Avery's high-wheel hand garden statute( ). fore kin. Friinklln stove lie hospitably!
IlssShultz l and MUn Singleton visited same aurccHH that baa attended Mr. CI hl.Vell'R -
Plows from the Florida Hardware Co. A. B. and Miss Bessie arrived
Taylor If those quasi' ofllcers full to bead this brought forward pair' of nllppera, and
L Ireland, last week. Mills Sbult. \ olro'ts, a large area of Cocoiinut
state agent. Tuesday evening, and are located In one protest ami the notice since served! neon laughed/ a* he 'pointed at the satirical,
[des In (South Dakota the !And of of the bluff Grove lands will bo glvon up to strawberries !
.ards. Quite a contiasf to our lovelyate. Mr. Phillips' cottages on the disbursing olllcer \proposed, by next device nnibroidored upon them He
Tibbals.W. Mrs. Gillman received the sad news of the Illegal and void business It la more year sold Gall Hamilton woikod them for

the death of her mother n few days ago. than likely to Involve them In litigation him when his wartime IIOKIIIS were being
Irs. Rathborn, of 'Ven .'lIIe, W. Y.., Is Mrs. Gillman has the heartfelt sympathyof Trusting that you will give this space To The l>citf. ; piilillxlied. They represented a pair

peasant !guest at the Netherby. She her friends.Commodore In order. to correct Mr. Hardoo's statement of belllgoront Aliiorlcun eagles, armod
G. Gilmore lay reader of the St. many A rich cured of her dnafnoHH and
nds to spend sometime here, but later lady, with the thunderbolts of Jove and
"I go to Cuba to visit her son, who Is Paul's) Episcopal church, will hold services F. C. Hewitt and Cnpt. S. I remain yours truly noises In the head by Dr. Nicholson's they were' done In the soberest Quaker
otor-General of the Cuban Postoflicus noxc Sunday afternoon at S o'clock. Martin, left, :Monday' for Tltusvllle, to JAMRH ANUUKWS, Artificial Ear Drums, gave; $10,000 to his drab-Ihun.lel'bott. and aliI! "Thee

I Railway Mail service Rev. Mr. Sawyer held prayer meeting bring the Commodore's line boats to bo A stockholder of I. R. &; L. W. 1'. G. A. Institute, so that deaf people unable to IIt'eltlie said she la ua sharp with hernsmilo
accent last Thursday night at his residence used by him during/ his stay hero. proouio the EAr Drums may have them \ aa with her |I't'n !"-(Samuel T.
New York: papers state that the free. AddresHNo. llllt: The
Vel here and also at Eden Thursday night The East Coast Chautnuqua at this Institute, I'lckaid! In lobe January Ladles' Homo
to California this winter is loss
780 Eighth Avenue, New York, N Y. .
of this week. No Itlglit To UgllncHw. Journal./
31 i ever before. The preference for place, will begin on March 2nd l, and end

Ida Is growing greater every year. Mr. Harry Jennings and wife left on on tbe 14th; it will be a grand treat, this The woman who Is lovely In face, form -.

i thought the visitors" to our sunny Tuesday for Jacksonville, where they season, under the able management of end temper will always have filenda,

1 will be far ia excess of any thing expect to spend several days making Dr. W. L. Davidson. but one who would he attractive must Florida East Coast Ry.

known. purchases their new property In the The following jolly party from Brooklyn keep her health. If she la weak, sickly

way of building material, etc., and they N. Y. arrived town, List Wednesday and all run down, .she will be nervous
I card
>o weekly parr was held at Mrs.ourneau's ,
TIME TABLK NO. 20 IN EFFECT JAN. 17. 1000.toU'l'U .
Saturday eve Euchre, also expect to meet some of their nOI.th.el'D morning In their yacht, Brooklyn : and Irritable. If aha has constipation or .
friends coming to visit them. Messrs Fred Aldridtre Clins. T. Earl kidney trouble, her impure blood will
|ro and McOlnty were the order of the ,
blotches skin HOUND (heal ) Blear Up) NORTH HUUND..l
cause pinplus eriiplloua
jtlng, and afforded great amusement.ong The elegant launch Manie L. has been Harold Cox, Fred Aldrldge, jr., and [r.Dretell. --
and a wiotched complexion. Electric No.II f
those present were Mr. and Mrs.e anchored In our harbor for several days, / Bitters, Is the best medicine In the worldto Unity ,-, ;': 1 STATIONS.No.llA Daily Nn7HNoT4NoIItINu.M Dully. Daily
Mr. and Air. Merwln, Mesdames with Mr. and Mrs. C. B. HfTord and son, Dr. C. H. Stewart and Postmaster R. regulate stomach liver and kidneys exblu u xnlbtu Dnllyutv Unity Dally "JI .HuII Ax .Hu.
Joy, Curtis and :Sanders and JUr.rles Arthur, on board. Mr. Glffordln raster W. Goode, loft here, last Monday, for and the blood. It Jaep [ :alp iii 'Oft/in' /" r."v. .., .... .?. so wmvlll. Arrlve"l1iiP "fiiJP 4 bh. 'TTJV
to purify gives strong .NlArrlv. .... .. ... .. .. .. ,. 6 /
Mast. mechanic of the L. & N. and Is BDAi ii2up: IIOpit' Ht. AuKUxlln Leave tip em"ni 10baWatp: :
; Railway, Jacksonville, to attend a meeting of the nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvety .. 106pleb.Leav.. .. .. ,8t, AiiKiixtlno .. Arrive. AUTip ery: .. ..... .
|r. Hutch ings, who represents one of now on his annual cruise on Indian Masonic Grand Lodge; from thero they skin rich complexion. It will make. :.:.:.:..:..: ..:.. Ilitllk . llllntllll!ll IlkVO IIIII-! ...;
largest fish houses on Fulton street River. He has a very line pineapple will go to St. Augustine Friday, to attend //loo t., has been in Eden for some time, plantation here; also a host of friends the State Republican Convention.Do invalid, Only ftO cents at B. It. . frIM1nle,-ave .I'aliilkn. Arrive a iY -! .
ling after our fishing Industry and, who welcome him and his family here. Wilson &; /Son's Drug Store = = = -r l. Arrive'.. ..sxri MatiMt! ,,,are lTut = =

ratting: for our choicest fish for the Mr.\ and Mrs.V, II. Harris entertained want to or soil propertyon .. In"'lr..v.. ."tBJTn""i,..,,,,,. Arrive TIT : . '
1. York market He him. a few of their friends at their home last you buy ;;::7.": :":":':":': -:- I ;; Leave.; .... ... .XU-n.lntk";; : . .L.DaveJin1/ S4fip4IIAp .
expresses Indian River ? If you do, write the The Sanctified head.TITUNYILLE ..... .. float loop' .. ....... .. ?Orinond. ..... .. .. .. .. S.1p ...... a.
OSlo decidedly In favor of this locales Wednesday evening. After being entertained Indian River Real Estate Agency, Tituavllle .....: .... .UI"I' loop: .......... Itnytunn .. ......... .. ". > .... .,....
the lovliest In all Florida. We by Mrs. K. D. hole, who Is a Fla. :See page 4. ...... :. HU'II: Itllp .. ...?.... ..,.Purl Oranw.. ..... .. eaap42"r' ...... ......
: him a good judge.; skilled and Mr. Harris a like ...... ... .. \ IftllJ n ........... .New HinvrnitOulc ... ..... .. 4 IMp .. .. ......
,. pianist, Fr.A., .... : .. .. .. l7p .... ..... lllll/ ....... ... : Yghp ...... ?.. ......
and :Mrs.! Racy,Waveland, made violinist, and by a solo by W. G. Gill more, Jan. 17, IOO(). ....:, ... 4l11': 1 Allp ....:.:....,..Tltu.vlll... ...... ..... :illllp. SOrtpBHp ..:.. ......
Hal call accompanied on the piano by Mr. Hoke, Lotus.Miss .... ll'|. ..............City k4futw... ......... I4llp... ..... ......
at Mrs. Curtis', last Thurs-I elegant Dutch lunch was served. Editor Indian Riser Aduor.atf, :....; .a /... ......... .. .... OiNKta ........... leap. > .........
Mr. Racy Is a great an .... AOIIp 51St" ) ............. Rnuklmlir .. ... .. ... ." 1Wi akgt. .... ......
In, and believes we have a great After lunch Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Hooey Dear Sir-Allow me to say a few words ,.. ..... :. 1Il711: 41111' ,'...........Enu (inllfe. .... .. .. .. tulip I 48},! .?. ......
He favored the party with very fine music Hardeo has again resumed her about the good work the Sanctified and ... .. .. 6116... 41/1I1) .......... .M.dlsntrns.......... .. .. i. '
e. owns considerable valuable comic which .... .. .: .. coup ..............H..II..III..| ..... ,.,. .t\\
the and .r
|; and will sell (to such as desire to on banjo songs duties as teacher. Holy Band la I doing: In this little town of .... .. .. .. ... host ....... ......Hulmxtlim ..... .. .. .. :: 11630. .. .. .. .. ......
> here and make homes) to their adage afforded much laughter/ and Miss Shultz ours. I have been attending/ their meetings ,. .. .. ... .........,... Ht. hunlo ...,.. .. 11011.. ..... .....
rather than rendered very fine music on the guitar, Everybody Is busy with their crops, for some time, Bud the manner In .:... .. .. 11111p Cory ......... ...Fort Pliroa.Tll.linll .... ... .. .. lOMIn\ UlfipII : .....:
/ his own. He Is also Mrs. Hoke the piano harvesting and planting.C. and ...... ... fliH". ............. .. .. .. ....... U l.ln ..... ......
;hty Nimrod, as a dozen and a half accompanied by on Messrs. Cook Blanchard preaches is.urprlsing. ... ...., ... .. AU4p004p .....,....... ..K.lc.n .. ... .. .... : [OVHalUliln: .. .. ..........
I sent to the Netherby Saturday followed by vocal music by all the guests. Thlgpen left, Monday for Sanford. :;. Last Sunday evening,: Mr. ...:.. ..... .. .6111'1' ...............JvmMin. .. .. .. .. .. .. / ...... ...... ...:
bears Those present report having spent a few business Geo. Cook preached to one of the largest ..... .. . 4"1' .etuars' .. ..... .. .. 10 llaU4la ..... ... .:....
Jit, witness. Thanka awfully. on a days' trip. ...... .. ... .. .. ...... .......noh Hound........... .. ....... .... ..
I In
very pleasant evening. Everett Williams of St. Paul congregations; ever saw Tltusvllle, ...... .. ... ... 7BipBIMpA. Of ......... West Jupltnr ........ III'! ...............
H, DOORS AND BLINDS. Florida Corporal and they /give great praise to the Holy) .. . rly..... ..Wrat Falm Ik..u'h.. ...... H Ma ion,..... .... ..
Minn., la stopping here for a few days. Band. May loch be with them all the .:... ..,. o0nt SUit Le..v..V.hn Hiuuih, In... ......... H 40a' ,10 IAu ... ... ..,...
Co., Jacksonville. FOR BEST RESULTS, use only nitro tl ...... .. S lap 1Jl1\ > Of ........, K yal Poln'tuiii*. .. ... .. n : \ .. ...
powder sheila. If your dealer does not Mr. Benson and wife, of Pineda, were me. Everybody welcome. ...... ..... Sault 1IJI1p: ,..... ..Want Palm JIfII\IJb.Arrty' SOt/ ......
them In him callers here :Sunday, and attended church Youra truly, ...... ..... ... ... ........... .. Horn ton ... .. .. ..X >avfjvlray < 7/111a./ .l ..... .
t Banyan.ay carry regularly; A Vwiron. ... .. .. 9 Up ........ .. .. .... teats.........
while here.Retnrn8.
order you a sample lot of the Florida I..::... ..:... ., lOOIp ..........Fort Laulerdaje.. ... .... ......
Hardware Co., Jacksonville. for beans usually : ...... ...... I04llp ...,.... ., ..LcmoiiUltr. .. ..... .. .. J7l7p 741kr.'. .... ....
are very I ..t... ..... j11w1UMllArrive! .. .. .... ...Miami.... .. .'. ..
Otwell and M. Beverley left here satisfactory, as some of the truckera are A Powerful Mill Exieioslon .
broad smiles. B.tw..o 1'1.' Smyrna and Or*...
,1'aho Beach in the yacht Mattie.he Georgiana.Brady wearing Removes everything:; In sight; ao do city Jaaotloa.o. B.tw. Tit...UI. an.. S.nford.No.ll .

young,: folks gathered at the real- The steamer Spartan failed on her trip dastlo mineral pills, but both are mighty/
and Creech Tuesday. We she broke down dangerous. Don't the delicate IN..I 'I'ATl BTATION8.Tltn uITip'ITbda
of }[r. Mrs. recently suppose dynamite -
pee old-fashioned Brower has returned from Or- after starting on her trip.T. machinery of body with calomel ;.;.-' 'rw flmy rna 7Ar YrplYiiij I Ti'Ly.. ..... ..Ul L ..........Ar np
enjoyed an candy-pull. up your .
I ...
4 Slip 04pUp l lc* heist. ,L>v HJp9JUV: \ ( TIJaI : .. .. ....... .Mlm..L"
f families moved In hero last week mond. G. Ronald la repainting his boat rroton oil or aloes pllla, when Dr. King'sNew 6Wp Ir6p1 ..Dr.n..lety.' trip tSp Una ... .. .OvMwn.. .....,... .. 1167.
wo ; IdAii' .. ..... ... '..
Life Pills which are gentle aa a .Or"'Ir) Jot eryr: 8W .lI ...... .. Bfi.
I. Vernn and family H. Thomas, The jolly Bruner party returnel from Archie Chambers la doing, likewise. Theyare summer breeze, do the work perfectly. :All trfiiii. bvtwMin; New HrnyrnB sod O.anll" IIIIII..Ar ...... wsnfon6.. .L. .. '" Ii (ou*.
they and family all of North Georgia their trip to the beach last Friday looking nice-we mean the boata, of (tt7J.moluu und
Cures Headache, Constipation. Only dilly.fla.l'c ..._sf_. All feelss btla"a Tttusrllle and BanordHoliday.
elatlvea of our neighbor, J. N. Vernn.he around course, ) U. Wilxon & Son's! dally .aoe"c .
A. B. Carter was Monday, 2-"oat B. drug store, .tw_n .J_k'.I)). and Pablo Beach
steamer Spartan I 18 having. a series with some fine pork of his own raising C. D. Provost Is receiving large: sup Tn,MH Tim* Talil.. .1>owe>. tlinea al wolcb
>renk-downs only last week she spent plies for his store In each boat. lIe baa ZToTRT5np truss and boat may b" .ip >ted to sr vend
; Mr. Lance, of Kenosba, WIs., la visitIng TOaCvT8TATIONH. (l.parfe from the avvnrai s..ttun. and porta.
and Tuesday she also sold several car loads of crate mate- A Ilcantlfiil and Valuable Homo rl j ..
night at Banyan
lr arrlTal
/ hut SAll or
only as far an lirantley and broken his friend, F. W. Lyman, at this rial this winter. 6bsLr? .. ...pahlo lieach... ..: 6 UP .I.t tt 1. nut fuarantM.1, nor do. the v......-
again, and returned to Eau Uallle place. for Bale nt a Bargain raliui beachyrlly.xn.yseunday between Hu. Jaukftonvllla &IIIl1'.1IlO. snyen..vlusnce.sri.lnEt.r.fyo64.panT hnld ItavU raiiponatul... for ajpy\ daisy or

ler sail.fessrs. Mrs. Plum and daughter, Mrs. Mllll- Ills Life Was Saved.
ken, apent a few daya at the beach last At Mlccn, on Indian river, Fla., consisting
Howell, Strahn and Jtoyer, week.J. )Ir. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen of of HH acres, a well built, two- Florida East Coast Steamship Co.

mission merchants, chartered tbe Hannibal, Mo., lately bad .a wonderful story house, 7 rooms; a tWOostoryatore
Cht Dream and went south to the bean W. Bruner waa quite sick on Friday. PROPOSED MAILINGS
from death. In
deliverance a frightful building, lSx32fe.: handsome front lawn,
lil. Tuesday, with Capt. Craig Uop9 Dr. Chambers was sent for, and by Monday telling,: of It be says: "I Wall taken with shaded by palm trees; a WM) foot dock; niAMI-MAVANA LINe, .
out work.
IL C. left thee his patient was at
aa pilot. Creech on
that Into PneumoniaMy
Typhoid Fever ran J50 budded oradge, tangerine/ and grapefruit
r-y. Miami Bnndaya and Wwlamwlays. .... l
the Interest of G. Fertt .
mission in atm.
Willie Goodsell was out enjoying the lungs; became hardened. I was os trees; KiO sour trees, ready to bud. Uaraaa Mon IJ Co., via "Flaglor'a atreet car genial sunshine, Monday, for the tint weak I cauldn't even sit up In bed. Nothing r.cJO young nursery stock ; artesian well i; lAay.lLn..1.n.y..d Yr t .. .. .. ...... ...............................11 j.: 11>.
e." time since his long and severe Illness. helped me. I expected to Boon 1,200 feet galvanized pipe distributed 'niy.M..1 Wmtnix
die of Consumption when I beard of Dr.King' i wood abed for
over place; acre pineapples -
Is his handsome MIAt1I-KI/Y WEST LINE .
Volcanic Eruptions )(1'. Klngman busy getting; ,
New Discovery. One bottle gave ; a few hundred Porto Rico pine
rob life launch ready for the water, and a great relief. I continued to us it, and railroad station west I_*. Ulaml Monday. w. ,-'-,. and rrl'lay ...... .. ......... .............. ..11:00: p. m.
Lre grand but Skin Eruptions apple plants; on .
Weiss i'oarwlayaandHaturdays.. ..
safe place to keep her ID when he gets I ArrlTJ i>r TuwUy (MD 6..
fi(i joy. Bncklen'a Arnica Salve cures I now am well and strong, I can't say too line of this place; tramway running to lAD... B.rj W estT+wnals .nd.y.wdS.tarday.... ..... ... ........................
em: also Old Running and Fever Sores, her there. much in Its praise." This marvellous river front on the east. This place to be Arrive M1.N W.4ne.dy., ITrUays end Mnml.ys' . .. ..... ....... .. ......... .. 'lUIl'-

JCera, Boils, Felons, Corns, Warts, Chas. Wernlng was over, visiting/ Mr. I medicine la the sorest and quickest cure appreciated roust be seen. The very for nopr nt Inral Mm aard sell .1744 WM Bay .Cr..., Jaohannvlll. or e.tdr..
rns, Scalds, Chapped Hands, :Best Tuttle on Sunday. Charlie aaya Jimmie In the world for all Throat and Lung handsomest place on the river. Tbe J. I'. BUCirVVlTH. TrarOo: Mana*
I e cure on earth. Drives out Pains la a good cook and has about 400 of the Trouble. Regular sizes CO cent aDd land la of tbe beat hammock. Orange st nrresnn.
Acbea. Only 23cta. a box. Cure finest tomato plants, between two and 100. Trial bottle free at B. R. Wilson trees nearly all In bearing,: now. -

rantoed. Sold by B. B. Wilson JtIn and three feet bleb, and just beginning fc Son's Drag Store;every bottle guaran Apply to D. L. OAULPE: Atty., Remember the ADVOCATE does Job PrintIng.a

Druggists. to !let with young tomatoes. teed. TUuavllle Fla. .

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: t'('(,: hundred bushelsof Florida Central andPeninsular .

I,. Potatoes remove FOR THE FARMER 1

eighty pounds of "actual" Pot-
M $$ $ Railroad
ash from the soil. One thou-
The farmer's stock In trade la in his

farm and farm animals a corre- '
sand pounds of a fertilizer con- Buys
cpondont of The New England Farm 4Ip
from Florida to all points .
taining 8% "actual" Potash er. If he folia to Improve the farm If Unexcelled *
w: :
it lacks proper cultivation and he fallsto &''a :*

i will supply just the amount return the elements of plant food .' y / I IP f North East and West.

which his crops have taken from the a ,
is deficiency
If there
( needed. a -
soil If ho falls to keep his buildings } C lr ,

I of Potash there will bea and farm. In good repair or to give yqh
good .are to his animal' his capital
Two Trains between Tampa Jacksonville, Savannah and Columbia,
dally carr3'lngPullman
falling-off in the crop. stock Immediately decrease In val

ue and nobody will want It even at a Drawing'Room Sleeping cars, connecting Columbia With sleepers for
We have some valuable low valuation. If the farmer takes

books telling about composition puts from It the in capital the bank stock, ho 1 lit of in his the farm end and the II Washington Baltimore Phila. and New York

use and value of fertilizers loser. This does not menu that the d ,

farmer should not have a bank account Also with Cincinnati! Sleeper via AshevSHe..i.L .

; for, various crops. They are to his credit from the actual profits of t9r _
-- -- ---
-- -- i -
mm -m
II his farm after keeping the capital T y

sent free. stock of the farm at Its par value. An

GERMAN KALI WORKS exchange suggests that It Is a good ,. "Dixie Flyer" .
f JJ 93 Nuuu St., N.w York. time to look over the farm carefully

. and nee whether us capital stock nail Tri-Weekly Sailings a Through Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louis via
Increased or diminished during the

SCARED TO LIFE. pant year. Why not put a little of the Lake City Macon Atlanta Chattanooga and Nashville
thought force of the business man Into BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling ,

the management of the farm?
at Charleston S. C., both ways) Making, connections for Kansas City, Chicago and all points in the Northwest
Mr. Fannie Smith of Terre Haute had

her been bed for, absolutely more than unable ten yean to move confined handor to The average A Great yield Potato of potatuju Crop. In the The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service Through sleeping car service between Jacksonville and New Orleansvia
foot. Her
cane was utterly hopeless, United States Is said to bo 83; bushels .
I according: to physicians. She wa alone The American Culti River Junction and Pensacola.
prr acre says
one day, when suddenly, the cry of fire wa
rained.. The firr proved to be in an adjoining vator. The Canada yield Is reported C3: The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. this
Full Information on application to agent of
houR! and attracted, for the time being, fia averaging 2O to :23!; bushels higher Direct {service Between any company.
the attention of the family, ao that they
., did not think of the nick woman upstairs. ; thai Unit, while In ICugluud. a good Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. A. O. McDoncll L A
A. the cries. grew louder with the iticremt-' I crop may be 2.10 bushels, which !In no Shipman,
ing crowd and the engine rumbled along more than some farmers here obtain
Charleston S. C. both ) *
(Calling at; ways
i the streets. and the womau realized that who manure liberally and try to grow General I Pass. Agt. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
the fire wa clone at hand, ner agony be. LSEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS: :
But the of Lord
came almost unendurable. Suddenly an good crops. on estate 8ontbbonnd:..................... .. .. ... ..... ...... ... ..... ..... ..rrI>lewis Wharf, Boston JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
the noises welled into a treat cry, and asA losebery[ at Dalmeny Scotland they Northbound................ .. ......... .... ........ .. .. from foot of Hogan Street JacksonvilleClyde's
are reported to obtain an average, of -

720 bushels to the acre. Hew does be River
St. Johns Line.
It lie -'
do ? puts 30 gross tons. 2.210

I pounds to the ton to the acre of manure BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. (sb SouthernDIRECT -

I mostly from the city of Edln- Jacksonville, I'alatka, Sanford Enterprise,Fla.and Intermediate landings on the Bt.John's River. 1 ..
burgb. plowed In upon a clean stubble STEAMER

In the fall. Then In the spring be "
grubs In 418 pounds of "ground" lime -- Railway.
and at planting time he puts in the !
Leave Jacksonville 3::3fl p. m., Bundnys Tuesday and Thursdays.
drill per acre 418 pounds of super- Leave Sanford 9:00 a. m., EnterprIse U:3I1 a. m., Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays._
phosphate and 112 pounds each of mu- LINE-QUICK TIME
riate of potash sulphate of potash fermented Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. i iTO

bone meal and sulphate of am- W. H. WARBURTON, T. P. A., 5'.M.IRONMONGER: >; Js, Fla. rass. Afct.! :
I mOll In. Here then, are 8U(1\ pounds of 0 Howling Green New York. I 2W Went May Bt.,Jacksonville, Via. WASHINGTON
good fertilizer material I In the drill besides O. *'.LOVELL, Aut.Fla. o i JOHN.. L. JIOWAKU. rttiperlnten.lenc! BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
Jacksonville s pla I Foot Hoftttll bc-1 Jacksonville. :
the lime and the 30 tons which TIIEO. G. KOKll: T. M., 8 Bowling Qreon Mew York. swill. NEW YORK, CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, ATLANTA. K:

we should call here 33 tons, 1,200xmnda f LYD.IG .A CO., General Agents,
of manure. S Bowling;Green.New Yarn IK, BO. Delaware. Ave.. Philadelphia I BIRMINGHAM MEMPHIS CIIATTAMI MI:;
, I ahe thought ahe heard the hissing of the .
flame ahe lee with u bound from the I| NOOGA, ST. LOUIS. KANSAS CITY

c,,, bed and ran down atairt. 'She had been Good and Dad Ilncterla. '
shocked into life. There Is liable to be n decided objection and all Points East and Wast \
This ia not a solitary caae. Tbe story of i
to the of
use raw milk produced
thin event in the newspaper called out
from various sources account of similar among city consumers by the Indiscriminate NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS

'., events in which cure had been wrought by abuse that l III being made
utrong excitement. TheAe fact are import. against! It by the pseudo scientific writ- !The New York and Florida Express,
ant because they prove that there 1 I" a great ). : .... .n'<' .
) \
.' reserve force in nature upon which the ers and lawmakers.snys Hoard's Dairyman .. ,i. ,:'r..' :>' !",;.K ,V,,1//.' Via Savannah and Chavrlott, IT. C.
sick can draw if they can once be brought AH bacteria an alike to them ," .""' '.' I.., '.'11-"" ;y., The New York and Florida Limited
; \ ) d. ,
into contact with that reserved force by the aDd they put their ban on the good and ."
I use of proper meana. mil alike If they are found In the milk ,- '(''''i'I't The United Via Savannah and Charlotte N. C.
In a large majority of cases, these people ; -' States Fast Mail,
r if they could be by the requiredforce mil.. If a hack writer wants copy, the ,
restored Via Savannas and Charlotte N. C,
could be a condition of milk supply Is always good for an arti- ,
healthy happy living There ia for theie, cle on Its defects and the dangers froma I The Cincinnati and Florida Limited,

.force a there in nature i* for, everyone a great power a great of recuper.reserve contaminated milk supply are eagerly This} Space Reserved for the. Via J.snp,

ation, when. the proper means cat* be pointed out. The attempts that are
into this reserved Through Vestibuled Trains--Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping Can.
brought tine, to cause being made to Improve the supply are

force recuperation.to flow and to The start great up the need machineryof of the Ignored. and timid people Immediatelydrop Through Coaches--Elegant Dining Cars.

despairing and helpless. nick ia HOPB. But milk from their list of foods. It

uppoite your cane i* connnmptlon. Ia there were fewer fool attempts at law. Florida East Coast Railway's BETTER. TIME AND BETTER SERVICE THAN EVER BEFORE-
there any hope for that? Let us aee. making and more careful enforcement
It in an idle thing to discuss the question
of the curability of conmimptlon. When of the laws we now have, the quality Through Pullman Sleeping Can between Jacksonville and Cincinnati i
doctors diiingree who shall decide? Let u.Waive of the milk supply could bo easily improved -
O., Via Asheville, N. C., and
that qusHtion entirely and look at and the yellow press of the Through

the cases facts of as persons they are.who Here have are been hundredsof desperately titles would have less pretext for their Corrected Time-Table. "THE LAND OP THE SKY." ,

'+ ill. They had the scarlet color in the hysterical; articles on the quality o'f the ,- .<" ..
Through Trains
face, the drenching night-sweats, the wasting city milt supply with a decided Increase Southern Railway are now Operated In connection with
away of flesh, hacking cough, shortness In the milk consumption., ; / the Plant System front Jacksonville.fot .
of breath, the spitting of blood the "., 4''l
dully\ weakening, which betokens consump- :. -''
tion. They believed they had consumptionand Nat So Mach Milk Drunk. :" Rates, Schedules and Information,call on or addressA.
consumption said so. and'rhe could doctor give said they had II.V.. Conn in Popular Science .::,"; .... ., ., ." GIRARDEAU, T. P. A., or W. T. COSBY, T. P. X.
." .\...' ,, ," -I S13 Wait Bar
Monthly says: There U little question P11 ,c, Street Jacksonville Fla.
These NB1THKR have HOHK taken NOR HELP.Dr. Pierce'. bat: the public has become somewhat .'. ," ..'i'..-'It'..!..",',r. '." ., ,:.":. .. ,V. "'r.l'. RANDALL CLIFTON District Passenger Agent Savannah O..
people .
J- :M.
Golden Medical Discovery and are living suspicious of milk and that many hesitate t,.;: GULP. W. A. TURK. S. IL HARD WIO$
Traf'IJo Manager. .....
In the of their business 'I Gen. P. .Awt..1. Aast Gsn. Pu Aqt.
activity pursuits or to drink It as freely as in earlier WaooblDlFton. D. a Washington. a
their household duties. u. .Atlanta. Ga.I
It may be that all .
the symptoms were false, that all the doctors rears. This suspicion Is more pronounced T -" -_ .. _n ._ _.__ --=
were mistaken, that the patient them. In Europe than\ In the United
Helve were wrong that they did not have States.. Upon the continent of Europe
consumption at all. But the fact remains he: amount of milk which Is used raw
that they were sick, shut out from active MALLORY
life and losing with every day their grip la really very small and apparently Its STEAMSHIP LINE.

upon the present. It may be that they did use In this condition Is destined to .
have consumption and have it yet and are ceane. The younger generation of physicians -
l not cured, but if there is any medicine that Florida New York
will do aa the "Golden Medical Discov- are now being taught that raw Ocean Steamship Co. Philadelphia and Boston.
1 l
"c ery" has done for such an these will milk Is a, dangerous food and In some al
e From Brunswick (direct to New
destroy every consequence of the disease\ countries even the children In the
j I and sweep away all its symptoms; will schools are being taught that it Is not f PASSENGER SERVICE.
"Savannah Line"Part
I relieve from
pain and put the life back
upon the plane of perfect health then the safe to drink raw milk. Such teaching I .To make connections with steamers, leave Jacksonvilleon
name of consumption becomes but a bull"bear can have only one result, and that Is ,
to Bcare Rail Part Soa..... Thursdays at 4:28 p. m., or Fernandina at 6:00: p. m. via
the weak. As a matter of the reduction In the amount of milk ,
(Cumberland Route .
F fact it I is of no moment what the doctor ) Supper en route. Passengers on arrlr-
hall call the disease that releases me consumed. Much less milk Is used In Fast Freight and Luxurious Passenger; Route from al at Brunswick go directly aboard steamer _
I" from life, if I have lived my life to the Europe thau In this country.
t full limit of its years and to the full en. Florida to New York Boston and the East. PROPOSED SAILINGS
joym-nt of its pleasures Its labor and its Record Golf Score
i relations 0 A remarkable record has been made Lv.New York, Pier 21 E.R., 8:OOp, m., (Standard Time.) tv.Brunswick.

Three physicians treated David 1 Wartienlnft. for the Oxford links Friday, Dee 29.... .... ..... .. .... .. COLORADO ...... ... ...... ...........Friday, Jan. 5
I Ewi of Shnrmnkrnville.I Berk. Co.. i'h't and England, by J. SHORT RAIL RIDE TO SA V ANNA II. }Friday Jan 0...... ... ............. .RIO. GRANDE....... ..... .......... '12
I told him there was no cure for him.I wasyears Sherlock who went around In 04 Friday .". 12.... ....,.. .. ... ....... .....( OLOKADO ...h. .... ...... ..V.FriVlay. 19
SKO To-lav M 75 he writes his and Friday, 18.. .. ........... .. .... ..,...
y say t .. t then+.d Dr. rtercc's GoMeu tory Medical strokes, which Is claimed by-on English Thence via Ship sailing from Savannah. RIO GRANDE.......... ..I.. .:.......... Fr day !://II
1)1.overy. cud wee entirely enrol.Fnyette I." golf critic to be the lowest recordIn For Information,steamers trains rates;'etc.,apply to
"As you know live years: ago the doctors the world for 18 bolen.. The card FOUR SHIPS EACH WEEK TO NEW YORK. TWO TO BOSTON.
bad given n'e lip 10 .lIe with mnsumptlnn." BASIL GILL, Agent, 220 W.Bay St.Jacksonville
i wtes" Mr. J'; G McKI"n..v, of Deepwatrr showed eight threes and ten fours AH ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules. H. H.RAYMOJfD, General Southern

I .\ nr. R. v Co Pierce, W Va.and. "I took treatment from really remarkable, even on the easiest Write for general information, sailing/ schedules stateroom reservations, or call on O. H.l\IALLORY. Agent Brunswick,Ga
am entirely well now. 1 Co.,General Agents Pier 21, E.River and
/ have taken >iea Medical ()'''''OVery."' E. II. ITINTOX, WALTER HAWKINS, -

Ii\> *" D. Pliancy F.*". of. Amelia.. Alleghany Co Scarlet Vetch Trafllo Manager, Oen't Agt. Traffic Department.
'f N. C writes: After recovering from spell
ofho'\ ". lever. I wax tnk.n with a terrible a A promising/ new winter forage plant Savannah, Ga. 2U'V. Bay Jacksonville, Fla.

OJUR-II I. n')wail AlU-r l derided trying' to sever try+d lr.remedies Pierce' and Golden all\ la the scarlet ,'etch'Iclu.. fulgeus), _______.___ ______.___.u.. _.______-___ If You Have Not
]Medical Discovery. After taking. I one bottle t felt found by Dr. Trabut. director of the
I k greatly relieved.ami nrter. using seven bottles I Algerian experiment .tati! o. It Is
,, WaR entirely "....r11.\ Item's medicine l ion
!LTi elalm..1' to h.e. u worth its weight ia grown with winter oats or rye to serve pLANT gVSTEM.If
to ulferiujf liumauity" ns a support and yields. In Algeria five Found What You

I tuna of good bay per acre., This species : Want.
British AKrlrnltarr.Profi is a near relative of the hairy vetch .
, u >K or O. C. "'Iltl
. of the 1"'lIn..yl'anll.tatlon., who spent forage pluut In the south and deserves yon are going anywhere,. whether It be to the For a Home, suppose you take a trip down and look at our

I his sunuiicr vacation In studying tho"lI'rlcultul'lll ., careful trial since It l Is Ukely North, South, East, West, Fruit and Garden Lands along the
conditions\ of Hevorul for.eiltU to be found even more vigorous and .
oouutrloM. observed that the farm- resistant to drought. Northwest or Southwest.
era ot England: wore complaining bitterly East Coast
of American comiietltlou and Ue- Remember that the PLANT SYSTEM Hallways\ and Steamship Lines with
1.1m and !! .
clarlng that the Sulphnr Dip. gateways at Port Sanford, Jacksonville Charleston
competition of foreign; Lime and sulphur as a sheep dip la Tampa Mongomery Tifton
couiitrlcn and the heavy tnxes have doomed In this und various other polnts.',wltb Us all the year round DOUBLE DAILY SERVICEs
country as It has beenIn Settlers
a' J never been so severely felt In that others simply bt.'cal1se0,1eu man the best route, and that all information can be obtained promptly by addressingor are flocking in but still there Is room. If you are

country i\e at the present' time At' the ufacturern, don't want lime dipped calling on looking this way drop a line to
great ngilcultural fairs .
American farm
nmcbluery was much In wools. That nettles the whole business H. C. McFadden Division JAS. 'E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlce-Pre.Ident
evidence, and the orders, and advice of the bureau "' Passenger; Agent. .. ,
the, agents boldly ns...'rte,I that tbl'71I01lllle.sed of animal Industry to the con- 13S West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, Fla., FLORIDA! EAST COAST

the. bulk of English trade. trary notwithrtandiag.-beep. Dreeder. B. W.'I:.W re n n-Ttwaenger.Trafllo Manager, Savannah, Ga. R'Y.


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r TITUSVILLE, The Traveler's Hotel. 1Mats. LOUKLEDOE: FLA., NOW OPEN.

FLORIDA N. F. GARCIA, Proprietress. ti to Cif pwa ;:i; dtl? '( -


t -"v Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Complete Service. ..
J. G. BAST rroprletor. THE BEST 2.00 PFR DAY HOTEL IN FLOUIDA. t f ,h. rRw
'Take car nt the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Traveler's.

The hotel fronts on thewidesweepofbay(7miloe - - -. -- .
f F la width), formed by the
ni T Indian River making It a
delightful summer re- VOW OPEN"
Mi1i i Y i m 11m1 ul sort. Constant cool HOTEL MAGNOLIA
breezes from the sea and ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. : ,

i ImM.{ PrIIMN1aalhFr am IFt/'' ," I w ''I 1 Springs bay. Flowing Special summer sulphur jfllU.OOO expended on Improvement and new furnishings last year
11- Ilnia4b'' rates. and ljei.UCH) this season lljilriiillic) Kloviitor: Hot niul Cold '
s. AVatcr llntlison ench flour; also 1'rlvutw tilths added to several j. ThR r
suites and Heating: ArrniiffCiiKMtts are alllllllthe: Improvements: r. ,, rtv,
making thin popular house ouo of the most comfortable and wel! R.' ''
equipped hotels the South. Write for booklet
TItusvlllo Hoarding HOII.SCH.
PALMER .t. 111 MAcDOWELL Proprietors
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awwTfi-asSfl ; iinEaga"aj

Board and 1'00111. $1.00 per day. When In need of white or rye Bread), pies, ST. AUOU FLA.
cakes, etc., /goto Mrs. Deisner's!, City Bakery Yachts, boarding houses, Tills line hotel In the 01 unite growing section of the East Const U the largest
hotels and families supplied. Opposite the Hotel Alcazar and Alameda. Wide verandas, picturesque hotel ou Indliin River It lots !IOO rooms, baths, blllliml anti pool room, electric
)lawns Home-like and oomfortablo. Hates moderate.OEO. lights, and all modern Improvement A flrst-olas orchontra. Cuisine excellent.

OUKNIGHT'S BOARDING HOUSE TITUSVILLE, FLA. C. HOWE, Proprlotor. 1)o not fall to stop oil at. Uockludgo, one uf tare bounty spots of Indian River
8. RUOSKEY, Proprietor.KAU .

Good, airy and comfortable rooms. Board and room. One Dollar per day.
Special rates by week or month. The New
O. BOUKXIGUIT, Proprietor Algonquin Hotel : (UAM.II:
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ri KAU, KLA.
s 3 Under New and Liberal Management. .
!HE ST JAMES JACKSONVILLE, FLA. S J ( i' Mont Contrally Located. Special attention -
Season 18)9-lflOO.!) ) Now Open. Tourist and Commercial travel. Half way down the Rust 4 irand view of Buy and Ocean from! Ve- hunt Inn and Uniting point' on I ho Count, Everything new. No r11ulaiia.Lau'go '
The St. James needs no Introduction to visitors to Florida. From a small beginning ,' rnmluM. The leading Hole) Open the rooms good beds, I'lellty..f. i>raiiioN| unit a DUAUANTICKII TAIILIC. I '
; in 180( !), the St. James has increased in size and added to Its appointments t ;)'IHU'rllllllll. lutes *:i to tJ.fiO:! por 1a.. $2. with increased popularity of the tourists' travel to Florida.
C. HAYDEN, Manager :NOEL A. MtTCIIKI.L Clerk
IALLEUKVKI.LES: : Proprietor. ,
The location ia unsurpassed, being on the highest ground: !In Jacksonville,
facing the St. James Park.: Baggage checked to all' points. Last Two Years Manager Oounii View Hotel. .- """ ---,- -
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Its music, as In tho past seasons, will bo furnished by Prof. EdfProuty's
Orchestra, and will be of the high grade. This house, as In the past, Is under I-a)l:S.
the management of J. H. Campbell and everything: will be done for the com The St. George. Sr. Al'UUSTISKI. -
fort and pleasure of guests. Address by mail or telegraph; .

J. K. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla. rdG f F. TYI.KK/ Propiletor. H. S. OKKKN, Munnger.CUI'ncl' The Netherby E'')''On-lndlan-niver, ,

?:.t. [ of tile Pliir.iv und St. George: Street. In tho ,

WINDSOR HOTEL... ;(I e/ very center of the city. Strictly ist-chins In every"OILS. One of 1 Iho loveliest InuitlluiiH on I the rlvor. All inodei'ti Improvements.Hot .
respect. Rates: $2.BO: per day and upward ) and I cold! baths, Milplmr t-pilntf' Excellent thinking water
1'll'I1t.y..t. tmlt mid l ice )KUh.,. OJHU' i nnd flash 1egr.tahlea l In abutidnnoa. -
,. Special weekly mind I party ral"8.I Niirllun cooking) I 11"11'"'' liiiniUmm-lv Ininlnlu-il. wli h all the
comforts. of 11 Itoim hunts, 'Ii alas slop| tit Ititxion malign, on the
( r ri plaiitHtloii. Pineapple, ) illHtilct.' MIH.. M. A, CURTIS.: Manager.
i This hotel Is now :pen fnr ROOMS: ONLY. It Is centrally located,' near ..
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i r Postofllon. Bank and Cathedral.
Rooms, COcts I to $1.00 per day; *l.iiO to $0.00 per week. JENSEN;: FLORIDA,
V. IK: SANCHEZ, :Manager Al Fresco I otelr
: 1 RliEVARD!: COUNTY.J. .

t SJu1r HOTEL ABBEY St (loorgn Str" t. I.. JENSEN: 1'ioptlotor. .

:..... ---- ST.AUCUSTINEFLA.This .
; New house; bent accommoilatlons on the East. Const; tubtu flrst-dns and
OPPOSITE CITY PARK, delightfully located hotel, near the City Gates overlookingold every oonvenlenen and comfort. Hot mid 1 cold baths; modern Improvements.
RATES, $2.50 and upward. DODGE & CULLENS. Fort Marion: and the bay, now open fur the season, under tho In the. center of the fiunoim riiii"iiii| /de l function; clime to the Inlet; Fish andOysters .
In abuu huce. Terms moderate,
y management of I'. M. Suarez, of the Everett House, Saratoga
Springs, N. Y. For rates and other particulars apply to Uon't Full to Hlopat Jensen"' Wln-n VUUIntf 1 Imllun Ulver.AVKHT .

tllrltt'S I' M.SUAREX Fla. .., .. --- -- -- -
St. --- --
Augustine, -- --- -- -- -
Hotel Rathbun{ OLD CAUI.KTOW...,..
The Everett House Saratoga, Springs, N. Y., will ba open June 1,_19)0.!)() :" I'AL1'I' UIAOII.:

New ..
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Market and Bay Streets, fronting St. Johns River. American plan. THE SEMINOLE, WEST PALM BEACH: .FLA.

Family hotel; steam heat. OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Grill THE COLONNADES SEABRKEZK:, FLA., Twenty minutes!
rooms attached Florida trade especially catered for. Rates from I by 'bus from DAYTONA Station. Under New Management. Open' the Year Round Excellence of

$2.50 to $t. per day. Special rates by the week or month............ Electilo Light; Steam )heat, Private baths, Boating, Fishing, Surf Culslno specialty.. Kitten 4J.,">(n) to :1.1,0:) (,( per 'iiy..

U. DALTON in charge of office. C. A. MERRITT, Lessee. Bathing, Ocean pier and. pavilion. Bunt bicycle roads in the SEA 0LE& BURNIIAM: riopiletor'
State. Buy tickets via .. E. C. Wy to Daytona
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J. P. V1NINO, Manager.


HOTELS. lli'Nt-rlaMR!: hotel, situated nn linai'il.lful Lake
LACIDE 1'1..11.| | || KityHJ I )'1'(n.III11I. \Klectllo lights,
.' GRAHAM HOTEL PALA.TKA, FLA. electila belU, baths, \io. *U, +J.CO) and #:11 per d.y. Special' rates by the week
American Plan. $2.00: to *J.OO par day. .
Brick Hotel, Overlooking Ht. Johns Rlvor. The 1'nlmBV'e"t I'.ilm Bench, Fla.Hotel .
Rates $:lr.ler<) ()ay. Weekly and monthly rates. Convenient to all
boat landings and Railroad Depots. J. WATKINS: LEE, Prop.
Rooms and Beds best In the City. Bus meets all trains.
Table unsurpassed. Also Proprietor of the Old Sweet Springs, W. Vn. F<> SA.LE.

Free tickets on street cars to within one block of Hotel... -
DcLANn. with Seven Cotta :ca and 10
CHAS. COUCH, Resident Manager.

Acres of l4zind.kA .

Hotel College Arms DELAND, FLORIDA.Is .

HOTEL. West Bay and Cedar Streets, ,
1 1
about one hundred mile south of Jacksonville Is of easy access to traveler
American and European plan. Centrally located: Just built and open- by the Plant System, being on the DeLand HI'oncil five miles from Beronford.
water It IslocaUid on high, rolling pine land. There are orange groves; and pleasant o S
table. Hot and Cold
ed this season, Fine cooking and good drives in the vicinity. There are some fifteen miles of shell road about the I ,S
Baths Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All town, making it a paradise for riders. The sanitary arrangement are of the II II I yt Vii'YY
and latest and most improver! The hotel I is lighted br.electl'lelty and heated with I x ;:
73o and $1 a day. Rooms
street cars pas the door. Rooms 50o, steam, while In every room I I. an open fireplace. There ha been nn additionof ,
board $2.00 to $2.50 per day. seventy-five rooms with private baths, are single or tn suite. The cuisine I II Y4tel.
will be kept at a high standard. A lirst-clann livery stable connected Th II I ,
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. milk and cream Is supplied by a private dairy of Jersey cow. Veletabiel are I
from the home farm. The water supplied from an Artesian well. Terms, .
$3 per day and upward. Special to families. For further Information address W 4e.e .Yvs

Hotel ROSELAND JACKSONVILLE, FLA. C. W. RIPLEY, :Manager, Hotel College Arms, DeLand, Fla.
ew Rlpley'i Summer Resort, The Slpplcan Marion Mans I ti w a F'fM.4A4i.444' '+ fi

Under entire new management. Newly furnished and renovated. Cool, *:a.4'a ,+t4f.be' .
quiet, and comfortable. Electric lights and bells. Croquet, tennis and
Good fishing and boating. Special table d'hote dinners
bowling alleys. .,
at 6 m. We supply the table with fresh vegetable ,
from our own garden; fresh egg and chickens from our own poultry ,

yard; good rich cream from our own cows. Pay ua a visit. Within This bandsomenew hotel I. located on the bank of the beautiful Indian River, _
two blocks of the Ostrich Farm. New 'phone .117.& in the heart of the far-famed Indian River orange region, I I. now open for the
reception of guests. A more delightful and attractive locality cannot be
Imagined than Itockledge. with Its beautiful walks, romantic scenery, bearing Located) at SARNO, three quarter or n mile south of EAU: GALLIE,
VIEW) Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. orange; groves, fine boating, fishing and bunting. Rooms with private FLORIDA on the KMII; Onllle Ulver le.. than half a mile from the
RAND ,, bath. Rates $2.00 per day and upward Special!: weekly rates. Indian Ulver. and two and a half miles from the Ocean The property

S. II. PECK Manager. is two hundred rnllcs Hoiilh of Jnc-ksonvllle\ on the Florida )East; Coast
Nearest Hotel to Union Station; three blocks from new Post Office and Hallway, with the Hallrnnil Station adjoining the property. ltullding

Government Buildings; centrally located on. Forsyth street, between NEW ROCKLEDGE HOTEL ON INDIAN RIVER.Opened erected in 1800! and some of them have never been occupied, the origInal
ground Very pleas-
Bridge and Clay streets, on high and spacious December 111. owner having died a few month after their completion.The .
ant Parlor Office and Dining Room, also largo and airy sleeping apart- hotel was ) for about( two months the owner's
opened prior to
famished with Modern Improvements Attraction*-Fall-bearing orange grove, )livery, bicycling (ten mile river
meats, single or en suite well and and newly Cold Water Baths, etc. Popular drive) bowling alley boat for fishing and ducking, free excursion: on death and has not been used ilnce. All the buildings were. erected in

; Electrio Bells Hot E. U. SANBOR.'l', Proprietor. launch to point of Interest. Rates $:J.r.O to $:I per day. Special weekly. the most substantial manner and.are now in excellent condition. The
i rices. Correspondence solicited. hotel and cottages completely furnished, and very little of the fur-

I1. P. SHARES Jk SON, Proprietor niture has ever been used. There are two artesian wells, twenty cisterns
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. connected, with sewer etc.

IOTEL OXFORD, Opposite st. James Hotel. WHITE'S' COTTAGE The property cost the. original; owner $"8,000 and will be sold at a 4

comfortable and sacrifice The above cut fairly represents the property. '
commodious rooms
Convenient to aU parts of the city Avenue For particulars apply to or address,
give all who stop at the Oxford.pleanBolal Barton Rockledge Florida. f
made to ,
homelike and effort EZRA F. HATCH lion. D. L. GAULDEN WHo A. .
Give the Oiford: a trial when In .JackIOD.Ule. ,
reaaonable. Terms: $..ro day: $7.00 to $10.00 per week
ant Bates very per
Caretaker on pr mines.'' Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. J. J. WHITE, Proprietor. Eau Gallic, Florida. TItasville, Fla. Jamaica N. Y.ro .


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i ccnl'a Y aO;:Jr ;v GOLF TOURNAMENTS. Additional- Locals.Mr. ,ROBBINS & GRAHAM Carroll & Goldsmith: r

A grand golf;( tournament, under the F. V. Warner,of Rocklodge, was GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES, of All Kinds
qiisplces of the West Count Golf Association ,
JEWELERS in town yesterday.Mr. ...La.'-V ;:)r ora.. Your patronage.
for professional, will take place Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Solicited
f JACKSONVILLE' PALM BEACH, on the links of the Magnolia Spring J. D. Orabb, of Lake City is FLORIDA.
HT. AUUU8TINK. hotel, lfaplIollaIprlng.; /: .., Fla., managed In town, having arrived here Wednesday, WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND TITUSVILLE, -
Jan. visit his family. --- ---------- ..
by Mr. O. D. Soavey. on Monday, on a to ---- ------------ -- -- -- -=
Southern Souvenirs. 2-Jnd: 1000( which will extend over three -Impure water Is the cause of much UNITED STATES COURTS. --

days. sickness. Remedy this by getting a floe & IMIotlo rCa
The that holes medal
IraTANHEUSER BUSCH. conditions are 18 filter from Claude Walton, Titusvllle. Lesley ,
,. play, be played in the morning; winnerto
receive $25. In the afternoon the -Editor Geo. W. Wilson of-the Times Abstracts of Title (Successors to LOSLET RENAKER & CO.)

Asso's. eight best in the, medal play, will playa -Union and Citizen was a passenger on

,e r Brewing 3O;to-hole be played tournament In the match afternoon play-18 and holes the yesterday's Palm Beach southbound train, en route to Furnished to lands, Ic Brovard and Dade Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies; Rams, Gins and fhlstles. .

\ Famous St. Ixiulu Keg anil' Dot remaining eighteen holes the following E3T We would esteem the favor If our Cc unties. Bottled Beers Ales and Stoat -- --
; tied hoer morning. Winner In the final to receive
$101); second or runner-up, $2G. Consolation readers, when writing or calling upon Line of Cigars. ..* Billiard and Pool Tables.
advertisers to purchase nier-handlse A
& MotlnwTltimvllle our
'. rfold 1 by MOM. Losley will
to the losers be played ,
; / Fla. prizes etc., would mention the ADVOCATE.Capt. We have a large list of and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mall
.'Ia. for in the afternoon medal play, 18 holes Family
Ry:Mr. R.t.loll.w; ,Cocoa ; I &
nyilr.; W .f,Tuckor <:.icon ond winner to receive $2o, second, $15. A. ,J. Canova, who went to ord"rll. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLET MOTLOW. Tltusvllle.FIll,

Fort Plcreo, FI... A driving/ competition will take place New York to bring/ the launch Princess' L A IDT :3D s -

; during the day; the longest of six drivesto Issena south, passed through/ here, Monday -
JOSEPH ZAPF receive $10. I on his way to Palm Beach. Your
The Tampa Bay hotel, Tampa Fla. owned by ourselves and clients. Price INSURANCE.Protect FIRE
-Mrs. C. II. Apploy of Elizabeth, N.
will give the amount in prizes, andunder I Against I
Solo Agent. the same conditions. The Tampa J., who has been stopping at Rockledge for unimproved lands $3.00 to $100.00per __-_
since the middle December, paid Tl- OYOLC 1.\TES.
Buy.tournament will begin on the 23th; LXG-EJTN"XN"G-.a.n.d.: : : :
010 to 020!I West Bay Street, tusville a visit yesterday. acre
extending over the same number of : I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Life
FLA. days. Play on each day will\! begin at 10 Messrs. W. 11. Holland, W. II. Chad. I Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
JACKSONVILLE, o'clock. Those wishing to compete at wick J. II. Brlnkenstalt and II. T. Benton I, Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.
Tampa Day must hand in their names! of Seale- Ala., have returned to the WE have a few Residence, Orange address CHAS. -SCHUYLER
eto. on or
later than Jan. 20th. hotel from their hunting For Rates, Information, ,
not Indian River
in doBirable Titusvllle F'la.
JOHNSON LAW COMPANY Grove and Pineapple: Properties ,
All disputes will bo settled by the comtnlttce trip.
and regarded as final. The tournament Reasonable.OrFICES
locations. Prices
-The Indian River Band gave their I
will be under the direction of

EDISON LALANDE, Mr. "Tom" Dunn, golfer-ln-chlef, of the band-stand usual Thursday, last night.evening The concert band on is the receiving INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .
West Coast Golf Association,; and( Col.J. .
'I much for Its excellent TITUSVILLE
SAMPSON NO.2, praise .
Hamilton Gillespio will act as referee i FLA.
and MIAMI. ,
\,: and DRY BATTERIES, A special rate will bo made at the playing.Col. 1
;' hotels for the participants. John A. Macdonald, of Ton Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention

FOR GAS ENGINE IGNITION gtllo: Honduras, arrived at the Indian paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .
and left' this East Coast Meat Market t
INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOATS. morning River hotel for, yesterday Eustls, Fla., where his :T. WETMORE, Proprietor.

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(I. 1!'. DUREN, Agent.
Commencing Thursday afternoon, January -
-< -Church Notice. Sunday January:
= 18th, the steamer Ht. Sebastian will Services at the Presbyterian church. s:: A NICE CLEAN SMOOTH SHAVEyou

run on our Indian River Route, leavingtocklodgo Sunday school at I'M"': a. in.. Preach- co"r...:, ,
7 at 4 p.m. and arriving at Palm "Unfruitful 11 -" -
i I ing,: subject a. m.j; .
ca.: :
Jonoli the following afternoon. This song; and Praise service at 7:1: : p. m. ah W
steamer will make two trips a week, Subject, Ilablt. You are invited to all C-: can always get when you use a GriffonS
caving Rockledge,: Mondays and Thursdays the above services.Mr. .
and leaving Palm hunch Wednesdays .- razor We have the finest stock of high
1 until about J. K. Fu'ltsi, of Spruce Bluff, has ca.: :
and-Saturdays' on or grade fine tempered steel Griffon razors
; ,
been recommended for the vacancy on
the first of February, when tho steamer
St. Augustine will commence her run. Brevard School Board, caused by the :::a'III ,f. that are guaranteed to be the best and most ]

It is'the Intention then to establish a resignation of Mr. R. N. Andrews. Mr. _:_: ,+tt nllby C'1 > satisfactory that Is made. Our stock of fine
ally, except Sunday service. The camel Fultz Is said to be a man that will fill 1=1 --- 1
ty of each boat has been greatly In- the place to the satisfaction of the real- ,ca.: : a aV I cutlery in table ware, pocket knives, razors,
creased and everything will be done that dents of Brevard county. r
; G scissors and shears are the best manufactured.
could possibly tend to the comfort of the -Mr. Harry Wilson, son of Editor Wilson TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. d
Full line of Electrical Supplies. lassongers.; of the Sarasota Times, arrived In / .
1; For a few trips, until the work of removing Titusville Saturday, and 'visited his /
i _1
V t JOHNSON LAW CO. a shoal(now In progress) Is completed brother, Mr. A. K. Wilson, foreman in George Peeples... fill :
83 A H W.Foraytl St. Jocknonvllle Fla. > passengers after seeing Jupiter the ADVOCATE: office, until Tuesday, : JAS PRITCHARD & SON,

Narrows and points of Interest as far when he left for Cocoa, where he had accepted oCr/RPRI

Thc :I3..cvcry South as the north end of Lake Worth a. position on the Cocoa and Rock- OMOIbftonImlldlnn.next ..'Tl'nSllll. 't- TITUSVILJ, FLORIDA.
will be transferred to the train of the
; .
News loot to Carrutli-
ledge m=========
Florida East Coast Railway at West Jupiter era' barber IIhnp.W""hlngton .
t'i O1O West flay St Jacksonville, arriving at Palm Beach at 8 ::21 p. -Yachtsmen and others, who are Ave. TITUSVILLE, FLA.

4, FINE m. Passengers northbound will join about to visit the East Coast, should Tinsmith Ing, Rooting, Guttering LOST.
steamer at West Jupiter in time to see read the ads. In ADVOCATE: before purchasing ..
and all kinds of repair work promptly
Wines Liquors and Cigars. all points of interest above referred to. their supplies. Also take note

Captain George G. Gluason, of Eau of our Tltusvllle and Rockledge advertisers attended to. The profit and more, on SHOES. .

Anheuser-Busch Extra Pale on Dra'ught.Fine lalllc, will be Superintendent the line, when on Indian RJver. The AD- Work from down the River solicited. We offer several pairs, most men's
stands of
and Captain Joe Smith, of Jacksonville, VOOATR is on sale nt the news
Cold Lunch Served Dally. will be in command of the St. Sebastian, all first-clans hotels on the Eas Coast. :$3.50, .4.00. and $3.00: sizes 7, 7 J
The best of Service and a pleasant quiet The company has secured Captain E. E. MAINHARD BROS., and 0, now at. . . .. .
sesort. JOHN F. MUNCH, Mgr. Talll, Steward/ and this should be a
Taken Off.
guarantee of good service. Mr. T. T. .JUST EALeri
Reese; will represent the line at Palm and ..
CANCER CURED at HOME. ieach. The F. E. C. Ry. train which has been Cleaning DyeingEstablishment
caving Titusville for Jacksonville at .Send us yourorders for BUTTERICK PATTERNS. .

NO KNIFK NO CAUSTIC. HUNTING AND FISHING ON )ilOa.; m. for some months past, has 12 Newnan St., Clothing Fla.
TltKATMKNT.PAINI.KSH.Bellevlew : been taken oIL It has been of consider cleaned, dyed, repaired and pressed. Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville,
Sanitarium THE EAST COAST. able service to our people, who could
make the trip to Jacksonville and return JACKSONVILLE, FLA.'

BELLEVIEW, FLORIDA. The members of Canaveral Club have the same day. We presume It will be JOHN R. WALKER,

been killing immense numbers of ducks put on later. To

this season.W. Furniture Ice Cream Parlor.
HEAR & TAYLOR A Buil incident.
I. Mauldln, of Dillon, Mont, Tues- New YearsBuyers.

day, caught sixty pounds of bluefish Water
Millinery 1 Soda
,' Fy' Artesian Well from the Lake Worth bridge.J. We regret to learn that Mr. T. H. .... ,
Sanders, of Indlanola, met with serious
,, j:1: ;; D. Crlmmins, of New York Monday accident on Tuesday lie ,was thrown Dry Goods (Fount and bottles.)

i hMtfj CONTRACTORS, caught two large amberjack' and from his was wagon, and had two ribs Have just received on elegant !line of :
Mr. Thompson caught: one, while fishing broken besides some bad bruises. Dr. figs, rainlnn, walnuts, filberts, almonds, Cigars & Tobacco.Confectionery !

: mtf .TOia Eau Gallie Fla. front a surfboat at Palm Beach. The tlughlett( was soon on the spot to attendto pecana, bananas, oranges; cocoanuts Notions, etc.
largest.of the three weighed seventy-two the sufferer, who Is said to be getting dried peaches, apricots and apples; also 1. etc.

pounds.C. along as well ns can be expected. cull you attention to our candy, the best "Star Building." "
F. Bingham: of Buffalo, N. Y., who and purest In the market, Is put up in ("at the old stand. )

For Silo l is spending (he winter at the Inn, Palm A l>uiice. fIne one pound' boxes or the cheaper Give me a call. Polite and courteous attention. Mail orders receive prompt

loach, recently caught two large sharks. grade In 30( pound pnlls. Can buy in any and careful attention. Yours for business, JNO. R. WALKER.
l' acres choice land, at Georglana, One was a hammerhead, and was eleven quantity. All kinds of canned /goods.
fronting Indian and Banana Rivers, part feet six Inches In length, while the other The Titusville Social Club gave an- Our stock nice and fresh, A'I. Money -
ly cultivated. 1100.00; terms to suit. was a shovelnoso, and measured a trllle other of their enjoyable dances at the saved customers
Address, over eight: feet. Everybody who Opera House, Wednesday night. The
COURT' LAND UUCKMAN, out> them makes a largo catch, the only goes attendance was larger than usual,i and John B. Massa, GAY BROTHERS

22 llognn at., Jacksonville, Fla. IIIHculty being that there U so much dancing. was kept up until midnight.The Mrs.. 217 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
ishlng that It Is sometimes Impossible orchestra was composed of
James. Piltchard. Miss Myra G. Williams
to: keep up the supply of bait. Quite a
J'K, ?! for Hatching. large nunber of people were on the beach ; and 1\le."l's. E. L. Brady, B. D. P. L.
Sunday, examining these big monsters frltchard, W. E. Youngs, Jas. Harperand TurLyfill, PALATKA' ; FLORIDA.

White Plymouth Rocks, the coming of the deep.WINTER. Reid Branning.
fowl, exclualvely. Stevens' Imperial ..
Feed and Sale Stables.
We make Feature of
strain mated with a Special our
oooklllmlorted fromA. SERVICE F. E. C. RY. Indian River Steamers.Our .
C. Hawkins, the famous breeder of ,

Bocks. Eight brooding; pens after Jany. I have. some of the finest horses and Mail Order Department
lat, 11MH. Trice to suit everybody. I Wednesday the new schedule of Eau Gallie correspondant says:
II. FitiRDLANDRit, IntorlaoheD, Fla. I the above road went Into effect. Trains The steamer St. Sebastian left here, carriages in this fraction of the country.

I will now arrive and depart from Titus. Wednesday, for Rockledgp, to commence Call and see me. Reasonable rates. Knowing how difficult it is in some localities! to get GOOD GROCERIES I
!. Ille as follows: running between that point and Lake CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them tilled
The Orlando Nurseries! Northbound-At 2:10: and 3:0(1: ( p. m. Worth,Thursday Capt. Joe Smith Is in P. L. TURBYFILL, promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory. <
(Southbound-At 2:3.1: : and 4:28: p. m. command; Mr. Alnsworth Is purser and Ve carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida, and hate

'( Otter for November and December delivery The 4:28: and 3OU; trains are fast trains, Capt. Vail, steward. The superintend Waynesyille, North Carolina. many articles not usually found in other and smaller bouses.
ent Capt. Geo. Gleason, expects to have
1.1IMK: choice budded orange and and do not stop at all stations. They sJan aar- SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
the St. for
also day coach and buffet Augustine ready running ,
fruit trees carry parlor
1 grape ; are fouryearsold; sour
about February 1st.
stock. Otll() : cars between Jacksonville and Miami, --
orange sure bearing flit
I i trees, Pencil, Plum, Penrand Persimmon also Pullman" sleeper between New York HAVE You a crop of Early' Vegetables

trees, all lending and best varieties. I and Miami, via Atlantic Const" Line. oranges. Pines, etc., to ship 1 E. A. WADDELL
a : ( ( i A passenger train leaves Titusville the most peculiar and InterestIng ,
2.XMcamphor trees, imported seed. VISIT We can use your consignments to ad van-
Everything carried by Urst-cliiss nursery. every morning (except Sunday) for San- sight In America. tage. We will please you. Stencils on Miami City and Dade County _
Write for prices, to ford returning here at 1:25: p. m.
Oico. II. WiimijT THE FLORIDA.OSTRICH application. Correspondence solicited.
General Manager Orlando Nurseries Married Ht Iixtlaiioltt. KAISER BROS., Real Estate Bureau. !

Wholesale Commission Merchants,

I The Ucm Ilnrbcr Shop. Wednesday, at noon, the Rev. W. Farm Knoxville, Tenn.
N. Chaudoln, of LaGrange. joined to. -A select list of-

g Artistic Hair gether; In the Holy Uonds of Matrimony, Palmetto Drug Store, Daytona
P poolnur, etc., Porcelain Cutting,Hath Shaving Tubs Sham-with Mr. C. E. Richards. of Columbus, 0., JACKSONVILLE 13ny ni caYJ1c Propel ty,

Electrical and Mis Carrie Humphrys, of Indlanola. Drugs!, medicines, chemicals,fine toilet
t Bath attached. Everything The City.Lota, Fruit and Vegetable Tracts of all sizes for Investments. Prosphate and
; up-to-date. O. P. Hutmanrox. Prop. wedding/ took place at the residenceof loops, brushes combs, perfumery and ,
::1:1:1: : West liny !St: Jacksonville. the bride's parents at Indlanola, several fancy toilet articles great variety. I ORANGE GROVE LANDS on Went Coast.
relatives and friends being In attend 11[. HOSTOS, propr.
ance. After receiving hearty congratu- for Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for

J3T: Subscriber, your attention Is drawnto ations the happy pair loft on their honeymoon -We want to draw the attention of ARMOUR &; CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS, ,

the name-and-date slip pasted upon trip for Palm Beach, and expectto our numerous readers along the East Fertilizers, Chicago, Ill. Chicago, IlL j

your paper' or wrapper.' If you !are In return to Columbus In about three Coast, and throughout the state In general Avenue D. over Bank, MIAMI FLORIDA.
arrears, please remit.TITUSVILLE'S. to the advts. of the live and energetic
The groom; I I. said to be a young' man
4 of sterling worth, and Is connected with ; business men who are bidding fora
share of your patronage In the columns ., TITUSVILLE,
firm of Richards, McCarty& liulford,
of the ADVOCATR. If In need
architects you are -OBALEHexa : : IY--
: while the bride Is the well- tt
tl ; anti of any particular line of goods, the pink
tl The following; are the timed of arrival known popnlar organist of the First paper will tell you the beet place to buy
Baptist church at Columbus O. nsiw
and departure of passenger trains to and them. Read the ads.
r from Titusvillo: The ADVOCATE wishes them a long -
life of connubial bliss and happiness., : ;;;;;.:::

t Leaves TltuKvllle HOUTIIHOl'Xn.. Remember that the INDIAN Riven .:::2 c2'QO :
rn.11,1: and
i I 1 nt Jja! : p.m
I t Intermediate 1 imlnu f .V :KSH p.mArriveafromJucksunvllle Shoemaking nnd IteitalrliiR. ADVOCATE does all kinds of job printingat a'QO
: :
,M ; short notice. Send them order .
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<> Nearly 200 IIhtantl binds standing 8 to 10 feet
s Sanford "4\:211":gsSOKTIIBOCNU. >. hind weiKbUiK 2M\. to...M pounds ench. Ontrlcbnext and be convinced that It is the place to
t All kinds of repairing promptly attended *, tgpi,ostrich sitting and baby ostriches have Job printing done.
1tT Lesv.Tltnevllleforjackaonviile I 9:10 to by William Uassett, Hopkins nut h.u-he: :
t .. } *" ""ui tepolnu fml3rtWp.m p.mand street(near Houknlght's; boarding house), escort visitors through the farm, explulnlnn KIT": Reading notice ads. on this
.. for Sanford o all about the birds,their neiu,hablta, page
T OU Fla.
: a.m "Iuwall", eta are tire cents line week. .

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