Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 26, 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: UF00075918:00056
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS -Capt. Mathtaon was in town from -Mr. V. II. Crnsselle, representingthe ORANGIC and Grapefruit trees for sale HUNTING AND FISHING ON AMONG THE HOTELS.The .

Tuesday until Wednesday Cocoa Cola Compy., of Atlanta, la In by Jas. A. Groves, Sebastian, Fin THE EAST COAST.

1 ml Topics of General Interest. -Mr. Fred F. Taylor of Rockledge,, town to-day. -Mr. N Bristol one of Rocklodge'i ADVOCATE I 18 now on file at sH

was a pleasant visitor to town on Wed -Col. S. F. Travis, of Cocoa, was a prominent winter residents, was a pleasant Fred Houston! and Jim Henderson killed the best hotels New York city.

and General Ooaalp In connection nesday.Mr.. recent welcome visitor to town on last caller at this office yesterday sixty-live coons. last work, near Bo- Manager;( J. ,,0. Bast Inform UN that

ctaty with Bay take Worth Indian W. J. Tucker, of Fort Pierce,, Sunday. -Notes from Lotus and Itastlngi ulna: all his rooms at the Indian River hotel,

Banana Blsoayna and Halifax Rivers, Key West was in town on Monday Shaking hands -Mr. and Mrs. Chas. D. Sumner of( came too late for this Inane. Ilemi Our Roselaml correspondent) : Tltusvlllo, are engaged.!:

and all other Important Points along;the with.his many friends.Mr. Ormond, are in town, visiting the Rev, must arrive here not later than Wtdnesday. A wild) oat killed four of R. Bowlar's: Those about to visit Florida would do

Eat Coast of Florida. Brief mention of and Mrs. C. T.; Ballon, of Boone,, John A. Hughes and wife. turkeys one night recently Mr IowlllrhlS well to noto the names of the best hotels!

Interesting Events from Various Parts Iowa, are among the recent arrivals atMims Arthur Brown has been at home on -Mr. W A. Snider, of Columbus, 0., slnco caught the cat In a trap. at which to stop on our 7th page.

of the World) About People You Know where they will remain all the sick list nearly all the week, but he ox. WAS a passenger on Saturday's! southbound Messrs. J. H. BIckcrKtaft anal. F. M. Illustrated folders of the fine East
and People You Don't Know- Picked. whiter. poets to able to resume work In this train, en route to West Palm
Gralllorel, of Montgomery, Ala, guests Coast hotels, etc., to bo given away free,
np by Our Society. Editor: and a large staff Gen'l Freight Agent G. C. Floyd, of office today.MosHrs. Beach for the season of Indian River hotel, Titusville Wt..oout at the ADVOOATIC olllco. Send two-cent I

of Vorr..pundentl scattered along the the F. E. C. Ky., was a passenger onWednesday'rn McAllister anti Taylor, of -Mr. and Mrs. Goo. B. Goodall, of duck shooting: two afternoon the slump to pay postage. e
East Coast of Florida. routeto Sanford Me. have arrived at :Soabroexe first of the and homo 81 I
northbound train en Eon Gallle\ aredrivingtwo largo artesian : week brought 7The Neptune house, Neptune Fla.Is

St. Augustine from a trip to Key wells ,on West, Beaver Street Jackson to make their parents happy. Commodore ducks now.. opMii! and rtmily to receive jjneati.This !' ..

THE ADVOCATE West. ville. E, M. Goodall on board the launch E. S. Bender returned to Molbmiine, house |I..* near West Jupiter station!
Nemn has also joined his father and
1.50 per annum In advance. -Now la the time to get good seed The U. S. steamer Half Moon. In mother, which makes quite a family reunion with wild turktty, snipe' duck anal iiovcaa. ono of the first fishing ground along tho

41.00 six months, '. pot<\tUl's-bllss, Triumph, E.uly. Rose,, command of Capt. C. F. Fischer, of TI-, of, this family In our sunny land When ho !goes on a hunt ho always East' Coast. Road ad. on ,Itli page./

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. Dakota Reds, Beauty ot Hebron, etc tusvillo, left Miami Its,,. Saturday' night, brings homo game enough to supply: his On 4th page/ will ba fount tho ..1. of
When you subscribe for tIle ADVOCATE Marx: Bros., lU-3i: : East Hay street, for Cuba.MOSNVH.. -:Mr. and Mrs. Chas. It, Jefferson recently I friends; and such was the case uu Tues tho Fort" Plerco II0t,01",.\U't I'lerco, which

by the year, It does not cost you Jacksonville\ Flat.Mr Wm. M Brown and E. L. their passed to lobo through(Sound Tllnsvllle whore ,Mrs on day. Is ably managed by Mr. C. H. Neal, of

,hree cents per neck, postage included. C. C. Sulznor, of :St.: Augustine: Brady left for Miami on '1.ue"oII1Y.t'\ Jefferson way Iufoime.il IIH thuy, will make Our oorrcupondont says: the Olun Cove house, Onset, Mass. Thin
Note date of expiration printed upon "topped, over here from Tuesday untilWednesday Brown returned here yesterday and will their winter homo-at Ridge C. A. RobliiHon and J<;. A. I.vtlfl wont houso I Is' noted l for amateur sportsmen

,our paper or wrapper every week. This en route to Miami,' wherehe leave for Jacksonville today.Mr. lawn permanent Tills I I" within natty roach of MlJoseph down to the Inlet for a dl\y'lIlh.hlnjC.: As the fishing" and I hunting In the neighborhood /
a receipt for your money. No need has gone to take charee: of the bicycle Jefferson whose la no one evor weut there without gutting agood of Fort Pierce being excellent. Sect
and :Mrs.! Oeo. C. Matthams ,
or us to send receipt for subscilptlou.Hie department of the Royal Palm. haul, even no, had. they gioaB aura (ad.
at the Inn Palm Beach
who have been spending a month or so did not break the recordbait !
date gives I It to you. _Miss. Hollow of LaGrange accompanied the resn. They Tho Duvnl hotel tinder tho manage
Chicago, were among passengers; on -Yachtsmen and others, who are hopo to next time.
mr: Please place this paper in your by her ulece, :Hiss Annie Bellows, Wednesday's southbound train, en routeto about to visit the East Const should moat of Mr. B. W. Sperry, I is now open.
tailing the Indian Mr. Joseph Jefferson In certainly a Everything Is new at thl hotel. It Is.)
room. of lliirdoevllle, were guests of their horn at West Palm Beach lend the aids In ADVOUATK before -
I The INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE! is on River Lotel from Saturday until Sunday, their ,, take note purchasing good dlNclple of Sir I Inane Walton\ tor ho re-tltttd and furnished throughout, and
-On Saturday last, about 10 oclock a. "ppllelAIKo loaves the Inn 1'iilni Boaoh on him elevator, operated by electricity hot
ale at; the following news-stands, at five when they both left for their respectve of TltiiHvlllo and Rockledgo advertisers dally ,
the Eleanor: with commander our
bnts rn., yacht, tinning trips. On Saturday, last he was air and steam oven, large ranges, porcelain
per copy : Indian River. The ADvocaTE -
Titusville-B. R. Wilson & Son. homes.Mr. J. B. Russell jr., of Hartford, Conn., \ when on Joined by Mr. Albert W Green and Dr.K. pans, kettles, eto.. In kitchen; and
Robt. Bromley, a member of the on board hoisted sail, and loft for Rock. I U on sale at the news stands of
J. B. Screven. B. Webb. They went to Lake Worth all baths and lavatories havo been roplucud -
British legation at Washington, i passed ledge and other places down the East "all- tlrst-claxs' hotels on the East Coast
Jacksonville\ TUthbun hotel. Inlet, and returned with 14 shuephe'ad.Dr. with now one. The main floor
>< St. James hotel. through Titusville, Saturday last, saying{ Coast. -Mr. and Mrs. R. R. McCormick and Webb and Mr. Green were guests of lens been laid. with beautiful tile*. Tim

Windsor hotel. he was on his way back to his duties, -The Palmetto Club met at the residence Mr. 'V, F. J. McCormick have arrived at Mr. JolTorson And report A royal good Duval\ ha undergone quite a transform
St. Augustinu-Alcazar hotel. N after pleasant two weeks' visit at the of Mrs.I BenJ. W. Jerome Rook. their winter residencu at Cocoanut time. ration from ground floor to roof.

Ormond Hotel Ormond. Inn, Palm Beach. ledge, on Wednesday evening. There Grove. We acknowledge receipt of a Ilali.
Great excitement In our town last Hotel Ormond Ormond-on-the- :
Palm Beach-Royal Polnolana. -Mr. E. J. Seymour, who has been was a large attendance, and among them pretty calendar from Mr. McCormlck. Friday. Tho fishermen caught two fax, 1 la open, under the popular management -
'. The Inn.mr visiting' several l places In the Interests of I' were guests from the Indian River, Plaza jr., containing a photo of water rapid mlnltoellUuthf'l' nnd l calf. Tlio mother of Messrs.\ Anderson ifc; Price, nsv
the McFarland" Fruit Protection Co., returned and New Rockledge hotels. A very enjoyable he took in the far north last October, weighed" about fifteen hundred pounds for many year past. The many Improvements

notice ads. are ten cents here, Tuesday. He met with afternoon was spent. The nextmeeting among the l islands of the MlHtaaslul liver, and measured. twelve feet In length' and around the hotel havo made avery
: Reading while and received will be at Hotel indian lllver Northwest Territory, Canada It now
success ,
great away was one of the finest upoisliueiirt evernaught i charming resort The golf ground
for lino on this page. orders for for some hundreds of tents ttuckledgo, on Wednesday evening Jan. hangs on the walls of our editorial In Eilon waters Tim baby manatee arc In excellent condition; the electriC

I-?or. J. Howard Temple of Liverpool, -Sir. F. M. Di,>nllng, senior memberof I 31st, when the members of the Club will room weighed quite live hundred pound i lights show the place nil to groat: .advantage -

England; has been enjoying a visit tonUm the P. M. Donllng Co., wholesale. gro- I be the guests of Mrs. Simmons. Captain A. S. Anderson manager of and was dailing./ They are gentle creatures : and the many guest who stopat

Beach this week. ours, of Jacksonville, Is visiting Mr. and -Mr.-Robt. G. Grady, a Using young the Cordual PhoxpliMte 1111 nell, Florida, and were apparently. greatly dlstiesHtd .. till* fine hostelry generally have a

I-If you want to buy. goods of our Mrs. E. J. Seymour, South Titusville. lawyer of Bnrgnw, :N. C., and an Intimate Is on the East Coast, on a business and by tlielroiipilvlty\ and longed for pleasant word to say for the /genial manager
Htuavllle merchants read their aduon Ills little son accompanies him Mr. friend of our former townsman, CaptainIt. \pleasure hip oombluud. lie IH quite a their freedom. which wits given them and their popular chief, clerk, Mr.

|h Donltng contemplates a visit to Palm P. Pad dison, has been spending few hustler for his company a.ndls a vary after they bad been viewed by many; 1.. Ii. Blngham, who halli from New
page. Beach tae he returns home. days In town na the guest of Mr. and affable gentleman, full of anecdotes, The and so .'thl,. nailed away In their pnairreen \Britain, Conn.
K Capt. II. B. Shaw, superintendent Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins He expected to captain hits traveled considerably and boat" to their homo In the ocean
I Houses of Refuge for this district, -Mr. Jerome Twichell, of the Kansas take a trip down the East Coast ere returning seen a good deal of service In :South: Af- blue. The recent concert at Hotel Ratlibitu,
is a pleasant caller at this olllce yell Ler- Roofing Co., Kansas, City, Mo., was a to North Carolina, but Home law rica, where for Homo time he wits dispatch Jacksonville, by limn members of the International
pleasant caller at this office on Wednesday rider to Gununil Lord Methuen. He says Opera| Company, was Indeeda
ly' business called him to Savannah, Tues CRUISE.
to lovers of music. It would
Mr. Twlehell Is visiting his sister tho
he would like to ba. alongside general
t-Mr. day. We acknowledge a pleasant call .
K. C. traveling passen-
bo hard to find with soul
Ire -- anyone a so
at LaGrange, where owns an orange to hate a crack at the Boers Capt. t
line from Mr. who accompanied now,
Grady was
the Ocean Steamship: ,
of : dead that they would not be charmed
r agent MonBy'a drove. He will probably visit Key West, by Mr. and :Mrs. Robbins andMlsaPuddl'son. Anderson Is a native of the Island where The pleasure la'unch Nemo, In com
MS a southbound passenger on Havanfeand: Nassau ere returning home. the cats have no tails, where the chick mend of Commodore) V. til. Good ill, of with such a rich musical treat as that of

train. Ills many old-time friends are pleased to ens' foatheis curl upwards, and l where Sanford Me., after undergoing 'consider* Sunday\ evening. The bountiful parlor

It-Mr, and Mrs. II. Jennings and Mr. see him here again.T. -Sir Henry Lynch Blosse! Bart., of the money has throe legs. stumped l upon able alterations to her hull, and s thor. were crowded with\ guest, and presented

Kl Mrs. Saeger, of Ankoaa after enjoy.a of the old established Mivo; Ireland, whom we met at Palm It-the lulu of Man.A ough overhauling, of her ttnglnos. loft for a charming, ploturo of beautiful dresses
a few days' visit in Jacksonville, D. Gibbons one Beach a couple of weeks ago, paused Daytona the drat of the week, Tho and happy faces. Mr. and Mr, dins. A.
Mve returned home. hay, grain, flour, meal, etc, mer through Titusville. MoodilY, on his way party of prominent people who Commander had a* his goust Mr. Justin Moirltt deserve tho patronage/ they are
chants >>f Jacksonville\ has his aim on the home where ho had to go to attend, the have been stopping at Hotel Royal! Poinciana :'tI. Lonvltt, a prominent resident of Al- receiving, for their sole thought I 18 for
-A. few fine double yellow-beaded 1th pigs: of this Indue. It in a well known county asMzen, his. being/ one of the mag Palm Bench, this week Is composed ford, Me., and recorder of dente for the comfort and pleasure of their numerous -
Bxlcan parrots; German Canary singers and reliable house, established In 1&;;. istrates. Sir Henry Is a true Irish gentleman of Hon. A. F. Oault, William Doull, William York county for eighteen yearn; Mr. guests. This popular house. had

d pigeons for sale; Mrs. E. II. Arm- Mr. Gibbous bidding for a share of the and Is heart and soul with the British Hanson, Miss Lillian\ (lash Miss Newton II. Fogfjr, the genial and popular every room occupied on Saturday night.

ung, 55 Bay street, Jacksonville Fla. patronage/ of our East Coast merchants. In their South African -war, wherehe Doull, Mills Hanson, Miss Florunoo Han postmaster of Sanford, Me; and Mr. Tho following hotel and boardinghouse
Don't forgot him, no matter whatpal't of and MH| Greta J\llleyof! \ Montreal,
of East Provl- has relatives and lends fighting son Lnavltt who hall from the liUtef
many Jr.
Mr. W. E. Rlpley Florida reside in. via ad, will bo fonnd on our 4th, Hit(
bee, R. I., writes us that he is on his you shoulder to shoulder with English, Cnnadu. They came Saturday, city, and n well known crank shot-especially and 7th page's:

Kr: to i tel Ormond, Ormond;; and the -Mrs. II. S. Munro, of Ellavllle\ On., Scotch, Welsh Canadians and Australians Miami from Hnvaiin, where they Gault have is il when It comes to trick) shooting Jacksonville: St. James Windsor
B) Palm Beach. The ADVOCATE: will joined her husband (Dr.'Munro) here on been spending some time. Canada Mr. both After H week In Daytona, Commodore. Ualhbiin I'lacldo, WeNtmoroland, New

Bow.Miss Friday[ List, and left, next day, for home. -Mr. F. G. Garn, a promlnnnt tenor one In proniluunco of the leading and men In In wealth ,lie III i Goodall anal party will leave for points Hotel Roseland, Grand View, Oxford,
her little Delleh.Or. .
She accompanied by bright south far as Palm
was a
Myra Williams, of Rockledge, Edith who called at this office singer, of Chicago! who visited Titnsvtlle president of the Bank of Montreal, and r New Duval, Traveler I
Her spending a week or so in town as [laughter and sang a couple of solos at the Episcopal largely Interested In railroad, hotels. Himbreeite: The Colonnade.
B guest of Mesdames W. N. Uendry to see the photos of some big Mrs.catches Munro offish church a few years ago, will" probably lumber,*business, etc., and Is to hale earn ....."'" Pineapples.' Pulatka The Graham.
made Indian River.
Hi A. D. Penney returned home on on New pay us a visit about the end of Fob. lion what Mr. Fl.iglur has been to the DeLnnd' College Arm.
been at
pday.BAttorney. and daughter: have stopping Dr. C. H. Mr.: Garn Is njw connected with the east coast of Flol hili. Mr. Doull and Mr Our TlbbaU respondent write UN TlttiKvllle' : I nil Ian River hotel; and
Smyrna for a while, visiting Glee Club who has been and Delsner boarding house;
Chicago engaged Harrison are also prominent and wealthymen. follow: Uouknljtht "
Oeo. A. Worley, of Miami, Smith the father of Mrs. Munro.\ for the Southern Hotel, Indian River
to sing Cliatatiqua Thin month and the month' of February Kookledge; : Plaza
Btker of lit. 8. O. Worley, of :St. AugBine Mr. Frank C. Donnelly, of Brooklyn, at DeFuniak Springs, Feb. 14th. Mrs I In the regular blooming, season for New HocUlmlgf, White' Cottage
who came up to town to argue a N. Y., la stopping for the winter months Garn who was in this town with her -One of our New York subscribers tho pineapple ami as tho culture of pineapples Eats:: Gallie: The Granada. ,
tease before Judge M. S. Jones wasHvng atNevins': Klverview hotel, Merrltt. FU. husband, Is the accompanist for the In a letter received y., I I. tile chief Industry In this section Fort Pierce Fort Pierce hotel.

the pleasant callers at this officeHjFuesday. He Is the famous mixer of fancy drinks Chicago; .Glue Club. If they visit the suppose you are not aware-that Mr. A.. our grower are now closely watching Eden: Neiherbr.Jenson .
In Brooklyn; and Introduces new, mixed East Coast, wo will hear some first class E. Waddell, the reliable real estate their llelds, that they may bo: able to : Tim AlFrescn.

Hi-Traveling Passenger Agent Ashley drinks every year for hotels and cafes In singing. is now of a member John A.of Waddell the big commission Co., of hnvo some Idea a* to tile size of their Neptune Neptuno house. '
ardeau of Jacksonville and District I Now York. Mr. Donnelly was house which will bo for shipping West Palm Beach: The Seminole: The
; greater ready
-Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mclaughlin\ Mr. Warren street, New York, whore he will crop,
senger Agent Randall Clifton of SavBah manager of the Bridge and Commercial and ]Mrs. T. F. Kevins, Mr. Kerriganand also a real estate olllcu and general about Juno. The .plant\ at present are Palm. '
were passengers on Monday's hotels, Brooklyn, for seven years; also daughter, William Henderson, Frank Insurance open business For the benefit of In splendid condition, both In the field Magnolia Springs! : Magnolia Spring

thbound train en route south In the head barkeeper at Bergen: Beach and Nevlns and last-but by no mean least the ADVOCATE readers slung your beautiful and under cover The largest crop will hotel.

erostsof the Southern Railway.Dr. : Clarendon hotel, Brooklyn. -Mrs. Nevlns'! father, Mr. J. Quaid, one East Coast-not forgetting my old be chipped from till place In Juno Itwill '

Henry S. Muoro, a professor of -Henry J>. Pole, M. D., Mrs. Pole aDd of the most energetic young men In the friend, :Miami\ -I may tell you that Mr. \ be the biggest shipment of pineapple Hmpty. Sugar and lllco IlarreU
chology and suggestive therapeutics, MUs\ M. C. Pole of Hot Springs, Va.; party, are again/ at Merrltt for the win Waddell will leave here on Thursday, the In many yearn. and will bo the mean -

Ko gave three entertainments In theBern : and Miss Mary Corner, of Baltimore, ter, having arrived on :Monday. Mr. McLaughlin :2Ath last, for Chelsea, Mass., where he of bringing many thousand. of dollars For sale Address,
house Titusville, to good houses, i Mil., have just returned home by way of / is known as tae "bnl\"" politician will be united in the holy bond. of matrimony to tale settlement. WAI.TKH: A. MOORE, .

t bare, Sunday afternoon 1.\8t. for Co- Savannah. The Doctor I 101 the principal of Brooklyn; while :!III'. T. t'.Nevlnn to a young", lady who halls from JO fob H George Ht., Charleston, S.: C.

Ht, Hock ledge and Intermediate pointsWar physician of the above noted resort, and la well and popularly known as having Miami. The newly,wedded pair will then Notice of Ktmuival.Effective .
as Key West.ItMr. Is a very able man. The party visitedall been chief of Brooklyn's Fire return to New York (\Friday) and take '
the principal winter resorts along the mont. for a great many years lie Depart-I the midnight train right through' to >M,<><)O Worth For Sale
:! W. H. McFarland: Is In Sanford, Jan. 24th, 1000, the general ,
East Coast, going south as far as Palm In the banking ana brokerage Miami where I hope his hosts of friends
the Cassava Con- ofllcoN of the Clydo Steamship Co. will\ crocker flrst-clas
ere he Is attending of Oak furniture ,.-
the Mr.
niton and Agricultural meeting, andBpwlng Beach where they were guests with the -Mr. Henry M. Flagler, with a party i In the Bay ItUcayne section will give be removed from 5 Bowling Green, N.Y., : mattresses, eto., equal to new.
the Inn. All were" delighted and Mrs.. Waddell a hearty welcome. In
those in attendance the advantof coexisting of John D. Crlmmloi of New ; to Cliasobrough bill Ming, 1\!) State street, W. R. C WPIlIfU.: ,
climate and what they saw. In conversation York Rev. E. E. Webb of Boston Mr. conclusion I may say that.III. r. WaddellIs olllce
K protecting/ fruit trees from freezes. ; ; opposite Battery; Park. The new Melbourne, Fla.
took couple of tents with him, and with an ADVOCATE representative and Mm. E. M. Ashley (Mr. Flagler's highly thought of by those who know of the Clyde Line will be titled up very .
} a Pole said "I pleased with our and the firm be In connected
Hi the Convention. Dr. : am so couHtns,) and :Miss! I'omroy, of Lockport, him In this city; line.
make a speech"at trip that I cannot praise the East Coast N. Y.; Miss Keenan, of Wilmington N with U a wholesale and export For Mule.

of Florida too much. Please put me on C. J. R. Parrott, let vice-president of bouse."-The ADVOOATB: tender hearty I -
K nockJe ge. Indian River, your subscription list and send me the Use Florida East Coast Railway; and It. congratulation to the happy couple. An OlttM Ab, IIah.d.. The most desirable property In the

ADVOCATE regularly that I may be kept T. GolT superintendent paid a visit to I -- center of Rocklndge, on Barton avenue;
las one of the roost attractive and posted upon the events of the East: Miami on Saturday: last In Mr. Flagler'sprivate Indian Itlver nand I Col. B. W. Wrenn, passenger trallio eonll.t1naof live acre covered with

t-ltocked stores along the East Coast Coast, and send people down to the Land" car. Mr. Flagrer.and party returned manager of the Plant My.torn of railway, thrifty orange tree, also two' cottages
Florida. You can find everything you of Flowers! and Sunshine In mid-winter. to Palm Beach the same evening, with headquarter al havaiinal Ga., announces thereon. Apply to 1 1Wa
fell at this store. All kinds of line groHries and Vice-president Parrott and Supt. The Indian Rivar Band left here, yesterday the abolition of the position of (. M! MKKWIM: Milford:! Conn.

and western meats Cottage for Kent. Golf passed through Tlfusvllle, Sunday, morning! for Haoford, where they assiatantgeneral passenger atjont. All After Nov. :UOth, Rockledge, Fla.
to the needs been engaged by the oommltte of
'articular paid
relative the
on their return to Jacksonville. Mr correspondence passenger/
yachtsmen and cruising parties. most desirable cottages on the Cassava[ Convention. Inconsequence business of the Plant should
On of the Flagler and party left for Nassau, Baha usual System Beautiful Winter Homo
GEO. N. HATCH Propr. of this the band djd not give their A
the East Coast located at Melbourne; ma Islands, yesterday.To hereafter be addressed to Col. Wrenn.
overlooking the Indian River, next doorto open-air performance last evening, ---.--
and large will\ play on the bandstand on Saturday For sale very cheap, on east side of
B Beautiful Home Places. Hotel Carleton; one story instead. Hnap! In Iteiit r'xtiite, Hobo Hound Indian River; opposite
Let Furnished evening,
wide contain ,
attic porches; parlor
large ;
store, pOll to DIce and express 1 ifrlc.; about;
and two bed-
U and North Ankona. dining-room library desirable Winter home, Orange groves I have 1 15 acre, :.i'Jtt l ft. river and Atlantic) oceanfront
Fort Pierce all completely furnished, including ]Maoalapan Cottage; a most
rooms Indian July llte'.n., bath and screened
Kite for descriptive dircnlars.B silver and chiox Attic can be used residence situated most pleasantly between a few special bargain In Improve.l1ropetties ; seven room,
C. T. AlcCAUTV, Ankona, Fla. bedroom also. Bath In supplied with ocean beach and Lake Worth; from Fort Pierce verandah. Ground Irrigated by ndmlll
as Thai Indian. River steamers are now Eden. Two young orange Grove, one sole large tank. Good wharf and ware-
and cold water. Artesian water In contains 12 bedrooms, large dining: room
and on lawns Range In kitchen. and reception hall, kitchen sod other running from Rockledg to Went Jupiter, 5X tree, one (UK) tree Fine condition. house; also 4-room bath-house on ocean
Fine Lunches. bath Outhouses and cistern. For the season, conveniences. Surf bathing and excel where passengers take the F. E.: C. Rail.waltralD Along railroad In south part of Brevard I beach }mile from residence. Cocoanuts.
for Palm Beach. The Jupiter- county Lands suitable for grow at and ornamental plants. Apply for Illustrated
month loot less that threemonths' lent fishing and hunting ten mile from
f yon need a good chop, steak or nnyBjng $200; per $,,1)< Palm Beach/ and one mile; from Hypo- Juno Canal I being dredged In the shallow $25' to<"<0 per acre.Write for plat*, price booklet price. ete., to w
lease given),
else the line do not fall, : I&. SBfUKAirTMO.
la eating
and M soon as the work I I. list and pamphlet CU AS. I
Hotel Carleton luxo Lake Worth. Address parts
Ben In St. Augustine, to go to Orange Apply to F. Rober lOn to, W. C. Barnes acrow J. BBOWX, Agent completed, the steamers will run right C. T. )MCCAHTT P. O. Ankona,Fla. tn Jackson Building,
Melbourne FIa.f or ,
.es' Lunch and Rooms,corner Fla. Nashville Tenl10H"
Oyster Street Washington D. C. Hypolaxo, Fla. through to Palm Beach. Railway station, North Ankooa, ,: ,
Cathedral place near the bridge. 1733, Q ,

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I Judicial Circuit of Florida It and lor Bre- SEED POTATOES.Improved

berlin's/ Cough Remedy. card County, In Chancery. .
W.Tuttle -I
The very sweetest orange and the richest Manager Martin, of the Pierson drug D.-V Foreclosure Mort-

Is the black or rusty coated fruit store, iniorma us that he Is having a Hubert A. Hardee. 5tjas". Order.
Emma P. Hordes and !
Pick out the dingiest In the box /great run on Chamberlln's Cough Rem L. Hlefcsnn. J
oranges edy. He soils five bottles of that medicine Joserili Rose $3.00 per barrel. Special prices to large buyers., Write for test!
Hickson. non-resident.
L. a
and will the best. Another To.J""elb|
you get way to one of any other kind, and it Yon are herei-y required to appear to the bill monlals from largest potato planters Florida.
to choose oranges Is by weight. Tbe /gives greater atisfactlon.! In these daysof of cotnil lnt lIed Hpaln! you In the above..
ol: the Court i Tltusvlllti -
I heaviest t oranges are the best, because la grippe there ID nothing like Chainbeilio's oausH. at, Florida the Uerk'a. upon office tbe Full line of fresh Garden and Field Seeds always In at'ock. Write for price list

they have the thinnest skin and more Cough Remedy to stop the cough FIRST MONDAY FEBRUARY: A. D., JSOO.

weight of juice. Thick skin oranges are heal up the lore throat and lungs and This order w\ll be published with as little L. CAMERON. Seedsman,
give relief within a very short time. The delay aa may lw,once a week for four oon$Mutl -
apt to be dry. They either weigh less sales are growing, and all who try it are .e weeks, In the IJIDIAK RIVER ADVOCATK. St. JACKSONVILLE:
and and mailed, 125 East Bay FLA,
published at Tltusville, posted
bucauHO of having HO( much akin or be- pleased with Its prompt action.South
required bylaw.
Chicago Dally' Calumet.. For sale by as Clerk's Office at Titusville. FlorIda
cause of tho poverty of tl6 Juice in these Jiven at the
| nil Druggist's end Medicine dealers. this and day of December,A. U., 1W.
4 particular specimens. A slight freezing A. A. writ WA UT, GEORGE MARX JOHN MARS

on the tree causes this condition In other- Only av Few Idea Needed No.... (L.S.f' ) Cleric Circuit Court

wise fine fruit The "kid glove" oranges "What are you doing TempletonV TloimiNd & GRAHAM, By O.A. Stewart,1>.C. 1V.I.A.R: :BJEitS.
I Haven't seen yon In an age." remarked Solicitors for Complainant. dec2t>jiin2B!! LdTk. ,
are the two varieties of small fruit grown !
Ureen ton young; man wearing longhair : .Wholesale Dealers In
In Florida from stocks respectively
ROUGt1 T 7.. and a peculiar look of eye. Order of I'liblicatioii. '

INDIAN RIVER brought from China and from Taogiers.; "I'm busy on my book," replied the GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE,.
They are called mandarin and tangerine, youth. ,
; and may be eaten without soiling a kid "Oh. writing a book, are you? How IN Judicial Circuit, In and for llrevurd Coun
ADVOCATE: glove because the skin Is loose and the are you getting on?" ty. In Chancery 131 and lag East Bay Street and 6 and 8 New nan Street
E. He th and Ehrlrk K.
littles "gores" or pockets of juice come "Splendidly. Bought a ream of paper Ri.sHlter. ... Exrnuinr of the JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

A apart very' cleanly and without breaking.All and a box of pens this morning." '''.tat<) oFt<
THE RIBBON CANE.' the above applies to Florida oranges. -Detroit Indlwnnnt.Free Tress.but ed.Charles C.Con-V...eme SForeclosure.. and. Mary : l. ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE (Jill.
Confused. l
The Jamaica and Havana
oranges are a J. Convene his .wife and the
A Ureat Crop If Only For Faiully C.e. much paler yellow, and their juice Is "It struck me," said the man who Florida Hardware Company, JIa
Bays tt '1..11. "'or.".... of acid than was talking knowingly about politics, corporation We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Pets,
( usually more quality "that there too To Charles C. Converse and Mary J. Convene: also full line of Grain and Feed. We
This Is oue of the great crops of the were many delegatesat at the guaranteed genuine. We carry a want
I south, yet It In. out ruined at much aa It home-grown oranges. large." Clerk'It Is hereby offlee at ordered TIMwvllIe that Florid""you appear, to the bill your Oranges Vegetables. Give us a trial and you.will be pleased

ought to be. IVrHOUM living la the part "That's! what I've allus said," replied of complaint entered the against you In the above MARX BROTHERS,.Jacksonville, Fin

I "of tile south whfiu mi cuuu will grow It has been demonstrated repeatedly In Farmer Corntosnel with animation. FIRST entitled MONDAY cause: upon IN FEBRUARY; A. D, 1000, rr We only Sell to Dealers.

:: ought to false It by .til weave! If It la every state in tho Union and in many "It's been my opinion this long time and answer' said bill In due course,otherwise the
-Iii I ouly a Buiiill crop fur family use, to foreign countries that Chamberlln's that a |lot o' them fellers orter have some will be taken against you a. confessed
I Cough Remedy Is a certain preventative been locked and further,thU this order be published with as
uioltteitius. It In up years ago. -Washing-
make sirup or pays be in the INDIAN ItivKB ADvooA.r.
and cure for It has become the little delay an may
s onio places to riilxu tills. cuuu: for the universal remedy for that disease M. ton Star. :. pnltlisheil at Tltusvllle. Florida, once
talks Hull for 1'X! > cents a piece at V. Fisher of Liberty, W. Va., only repeats Had It to Get. each Done wrckfiiralichtconsenuUvewj't'ks.by ortlcr sr the
taaay of the towus through the coun- what hall been said around the Mrs. Wlna-Wouldn't you like to see this the 12th day of !>. A.STEWART.1Clerk : IIW.A. '

try. It should be out of the tnuln /globe whoie he writes: "1 have used my new bat Jo'.m of the Circuit (.unit.Ily .
crops as the sirup U always ltiiiiiii I Cli.imbeilln's. > Cough Remedy In my O.A. STEWART D. C.

at a good price. As to yielding It family for several yearn and always with surprised- DELANO, FLORIDA.:

hardly ever fails, and do out (bnreyour perfect success. We believe that It Is ,
you :Sirs. W. Ho would I Notice.
not only the best cough remedy but dear. Give me Administrator's
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slrtip to buy. It U one of the
and I'll show
that It Is a sure cure for croup. It lias $14 you oUI'-l'lIUadel. -
staple articles for Halt ut the store saved the live of our children a. bomber phia Bulletin. PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST' ;' CL.
E'.IIAiJET' fi
At the time when It U Hpi,, you will of tlinuN." This remedy Is for sale by ALL estate of W.C. llomar. late of Brevard
ace It for unlo al the store ut ft cents. all I'uJslst'lInnd Medicine dealers. County, Florida deceased\, are hereby notified ."
New York and to present them to the nndcrslRiied.. properly '- ? r
per stall, for It IM nice ta, cut. 'l hei aiitlieiitlc-ated, within the time preacrlhedIn F' ,
cane takes the plnce of candy uiul Is i In. law, or this notice will be pleaded bar of ,. ...
Waterloo Station, In London, boasts recover%. And all persons owing said estate ,I
much better lluvor. It Florida
Many prefer tocandy Limited. \
Immediate -
of the .. are hereby required to make pay'Thl.lmha "\ !
one largest signal/ boxes In the
nud other gweetx. Thin will \,
it world. To control the number of trains 1800.J4iiwl "
a farmer If he Is whore there nre of ft'jAj.ft;'I 1'S"1\
pay which pans In and out of the station 18- Is the name of the finest train leaving : '
Dot ruining It. AH to ho nli'iip! It Sheriff and .as F.x Oftlclrt
many 000 distinct lever motions and 2UIOU( Florida; for the emit. This train will be said poceased.
Administrator the Estate of
turns out much more thou the I sorghum eltctilcul signals' are required. The operated by Southern Railway Plant IStlucUl'eb
and Is much ulcer. Plant early the
shuntlngalouela[ course of four hours
System and Florida East Coast
In the spring; by laying the en ties downIn number 17:1: the actual cause and timeof Notice.
the furrow!, which lire" 3feet' each shunt being duly reported on and after January 10th (dally, except. ,

h part. 'Cover with the plow or hoe Sunday) ), departing from Tampa at 4.45 -

whichever you please. Keep It clean a. m.; St. Augustine, 11 a. m, ; Jackson- NOTICE Is hereby given; that on the 21st day Iran
.A. D WOO, or ax soon thereafter as
with the plow and hoe when It comes E<<.. For Hatching.When ville, 12:10: p. m., arriving at New Yorkat be heard. 1 will apply to his Honor D. L.nanlden. .

up. Work It until It Is too large to batching stock that you Intendto 14:15: p. m., and consists of combination annamettlementof, County Jude of tcuounts Brevard and County approval for For Both Sexes. This Scholastic Year Began

plow. Keep the weeds. IInd1'01111 l / from keep aa breeders, do not use eggs baggage and smoker of in y distribution( \ of the assets of the Estate: of
taking it, as It la, when It ttrst comes older thuu 15 daya. When batching one compart It. C. Smith duiieased and.for my dischargefrom October 3rd.' Send for Catalogue,
ment sleeper palace sleeper dining car the administratorship of said estate
'' for market fowls use them until the
up a very tender 'pin nt. It will not W 1. ALLaN'
bear much dirt but plow Just as close nineteenth day In the summer and the and observation car. Administrator College Academic, Normal Art and Music Department Large, commodloni
twenty-first day In spring and fall. Office 212 West Bay Jacksonville Fin.tC2T Jensen Fla Sept 8th. lf 0f>.
aa a you can to It, BO as'to clean It. You Graham for Administrator.
Kobbula Sc Att'ys buildings with Artesian water etc. Insuring
Dormitory perfect sanitary arrangement,
will find that you will have to line the To keep the eggs, lay them down and !: For the best service, see that your '

toe somewhat to keep It clean.( Jet an I turn every second day or 'Put them on Tickets read via Plaut System find thesouthern Please mention the ADVOCATE when ( perfect healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout (faculty of2

evaporator and! make I the small point (uo turning needed) advertisers. trained and teachers. Send
your own sirup ]hl11\R), wilting experienced for Catalogue containing full Information! t|
' or molasses and some for neigh- Maintain an even temperature In the
your I. f fSC
Address. J. F. FORBES President
bors when you cnnnot do anything room where the eggs are kept. The t

else, writes a Texas farmer to The I heat should not go above 70 or below ----, ----------- ,--
Southern Cultivator. ; 40, and from 43 to 05 degrees Is best. E. H. ARMSTRONG CO.J
Collect the eggs every second hour- ti o := ASBL. TT 3-vd: <

Ten Growing to the Fore Again viz. 10. 12 2 and 4 o'clock. DEALERS IN -.

The problem of raising' tea In the The shell should be smooth clear Eye o Specialist, :JF-l.n.e: : : : aliass: end: Xjlca.-ui.ors: : ,
southern part of the United States has and even without cracks and not mot
been discussed for ninnj years. The tled.Use ,? and WATCH JOBBER to the public. 417, & 419 W. Bay St.,

growing of tea on the I'lnehurst estate for hatching medium sized eggs I will sell the high grade Elgin and Waltham JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.Rye .
' nt Surunwrvllle S. 0.. began about of the correct type of the breed. (Jive Watches In the Best Made 20-year Gold Filled

{a ten years ago and the crop for the eggs that arc shipped from a distance Cases, $8.88 to $12.43. Solid Gold High Grade MONONGOIIELA

Benson of 1800 amounted to nearly a rest ,24 hours before putting! lii. Incubator Fountain Pens, H8o each .
8,000 pounds. Now over DO acres are or giving to a hen for hatchIng. 8" An illustrated catalogue marled free. Special

planted In ten. When till plants arrive inducements and discounts to agents. *! Whiskey

at full bearing tbe yield shouldbe To get fertile, eggs change cocks at Office t 65 W Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,

at ]least 10.000 pound! Dr. Shepard least every three years. Use only

who Is In charge of the experiments healthful and good food and give sufficient Delivered to

at Plnehurnt has prepared a report food but do not feed too much. ANY PART OF TilE STATE FOB

for the department of agriculture.The Do not give too much animal food or Photo Supply C oX5Io .. ..
report mates that from the re- too much watery green food. ... ...$3.2O...

I I suite obtained on the IMnehurst plantation I Do not use cocks older than 5 ;yearsor PER GALLON, EXPRESS PREPAID.

,. It seems probable Hint the cultivation hens older than 4 or 5 years. Keep
....A cittt.! I ttsituirizt! : houses ; Miami
and doors
of tea can be made 1 profitable In your dry, warm and Rye $4, per gallon.

the warmer portions of the United without any drafts. Circumstanceshave .' Gibson Rye, $4, per gallon.
States In two ways One Is by establishing to decide whether free range or The only house in Florida devoting Us time to theAMATEUR. 'I ,,a..: f. Lewis '00 Rye ,4. per gallon.

, a plantation with capital sutll- yarding\ Is best. Keep one good cockto Rye and Corn $1.50 to S2.GO per galloi

cleat to carry the work to a point 12 heavy or 15 light breed 'hens.C. .- :Mount Vernon Rye, 1892, $5 per gallo

I where the product can lie) offered!' on Boiulewljns .In Reliable Poultry OUR SPECIALTY-Developing and Printing. '

, 6! equal terms with teas holding an es- .Journal... Give us a trial. No trouble to answer questions FOR $ 3.2O. \
t! tabllnhed place In the markets of the -- .
% United KtntuM. The other Is to 61 King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.KODAKS. ,
tea tor home use In the farm grow They are only bubbles, those maldet Sent to us by Express, postoffice order or Now York Exchange we k'B'
garden. fancies of love, marriage and mother send
you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID
, 1 ( In either cane tea growing can be undertaken hood. But what beautiful bubbles the] The Nation's ,

safely only where the temperature are I Who doe. not wish that all then Mateo FOUR FULL QUARTS .
rarely gpe* below zero and fancies could end as did the old fair] "San .

where a liberal supply of water can I stories, "and, they lived happy eve Best Cigar.It's Of the Celebrated.Seven.Year.Old
be after. Pain .
depended upon. Irrigation: should soon pricki
where possible. be provided for In the bubbles, and nothing ,
I II I growing tea remains of all the hop Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskeytnnnti
(I i)\ and gladness of the brld nIl }

Handling Torn FI>,I"".. but a bridal veil and I
t No other grain Is so well adapted tot piece of stale weddingcake. I'loridn.Why w.. ship When In.PLAN PACKAGES: no marks to Indicate contents (which will avoid ." f'
010 It and It It
gilt test It I is not satisfactory, return It .t OUR EXPENSE: : po
the requirements of the cattle feeder your 83.20 will be cheerfully refunded. This Whiskey II as in the
J as cheap corn and for roughness\ there The only way in which happiness cat buy Imported cigars, made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored with W..are dhow at hand anti can give you QUICKER DItLlVERY food than u any distant rte 00 goodl booboo. wi Y
1 be realized in marriage is by being forearmed been dolnRhllalness' 'In this city and at 8'1"8111'10' W 'II' V
over aDd 10
J are few feeds equal to corn fodder A and other when have the Florida five-cent i'8IBILITY< AND REI'UTA-fION YEARS aa
against its dangers. Most young opium drugs, you can pure loaf at a for Honest dealing we refer you to any merchant .
Kansas man In the i the e dltorof this pal'er. '
says Ohio Farmer
women are ignorant of the fact that irregularity price
that In preparing the torn crop for means a derangement of the womanly SOLOMON A LEVI

feeding cattle the common) small grain functions which may FREE; 'BY MAIL TO ANY Boxotas. : .. $1.00 1023 A 1030 First Avenue
thrasher bus been used with good sucFKKD have far reaching conser.. } P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM AU.NO'1'1CE .
quences after marriage. rtI. I ADDRESS.......J Doxol O..l.7/S/

with this derangement at ({('I I a- _. ? ,, I-We pay 1xl'l'eaa!: Charges. to all points reached by "SOTJTHERJf EXPRESS! Cf''*
,; ii. the start the there drain.often, ulcera-follow J/Jf) SW_ : ow LE- Southern. blOC Express to polntaon Company llnee transfers of other to said Express other Companies Express Cumpany.. w. prepay only to P0''"" "

tions and inflammations
which make misery SAN MATEO, FLA. ,
life one long =
A certain cure for irregularity and _- _-- H. A. HODGES....
other diaeiues peculiar: to women is foundin

: _ cocaine It contains Dr. nor Pierce, other no s alcohol Favorite narcotic.neither Prescription opium, If You Have Not ...Cyprcds and Manufacturer Yellow of Pine Lumber...

". was so weak: I did not ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads Fruit and Vegetable ireAny
: HACK FOR BHHFDUKD haft breath to walk: .!:rOM m,
FODPKR.cess. J
room," writes Miss Inlbefl one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges; or building
' The shredded fodder as It comes l' Mater, of New Providence anT part *iWdf would! do dell' to write for P'fc"Tho saw mills are toe
" from tbe machine Is run directly Into ( rtods Galloway occurred Co.. Ky.too often"My and per Found What You Want11,1.For at Buffalo! near Palatka on the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to apart

a pen or rack right In the feed yard 1 the hemorrhage would be pro- of the East Coast. Address: H. A. HODGES Buffalo Bluff.10\
r and large enough as a rule to the louse of blood
t hold at leerdy.xanndd: ..*. also had '- .-.-
least a day's thrashing, say m by 24 spells which the doctor saidwire a Home suppose you take a trip down and look at ol\r'' -
or 18 by 32 feet. A sort) of manger Is fainting aleMr stomach would cramp ESTABLISHED: 1880.
until I could not straighten. raIn.trenath Fruit and Garden Lands
made ij14.ot along the
around tbe rnInto which the from one monthly pe, : ; I
fodder passes through an was and names all the lima. The

the bottom of the rack, a! Illustrated opening at cause doctor of'load my me trouble he did and not that know I would, wfiat never was the beany East Coast '. :Bond Lumber: : Co.

better. 'I U.*d to this way hem aiateenycara : ,
I old to twenty-three, wlpm the doctor dinUaed I
want to.let the people who suffer\ my caae. After this I was
', from rheumatism and sciatica know that advludby. a kind friend to tIT I Manufacturers of and Dealer. In
Chamberlin's Pain Balm relieves : }eTce'. Favorite Preserlptlo Settler but still there is I
me after are flocking In room. It-ou are
a number of other medicines and a doctor. two whkh bottle I did of and It I before could work I had all looking;-. .. this One to LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILHJMouldings
had failed It is the best Uulment .have I took In alt aU bottles of the 'Dr'j way, drop ,

i $ ever,known Qa Thousands of-J. A. DOQDES lure( been, Alphartta oared- *viala no orh other.of"D'auriptlaad*medicine.. PiercerUeta.I. about eve. I D. JAS.. E.? .NGRAHAM, 3rd Vlce-Pl"f1ldent. Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange

rheumatism by that remedy. One bad a return of V>ia trouble ulna ? 1LORIDA EAST COAST RT ad Vegetable Crate We solicit correspondence.
application relieves the sale Dr.. Pierce' Pleasant Pellets clear the : Saw
pain. For
Planing Tom
Shingle Mills at Bond Mills
kj all Druggist and Medicine dealers.frTV complexion and sweeten the breath. f!:: .: ST.AU.GUSTINE.: FLA. I DeLaad and TUuavllIe., on J., T. A; K. 1!. Jfy.



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Professional. Cards. FILTER YOUR WATERAND I WANT IT KNOWNThat Women as Well as Men\ We Carry on Hand i,,

OBBINS & GRAHAM, AVOID DANGER. Made Miserable\ : by 1 r

-- II. R. THOMAS corner Adam Kidnev :Trouble. /, the fluent stork to lie obtained and are prepared to
ATTOR."mYS-AT-LAW, and Madison, keeps fresh!! Drugs, makt.tIfrt'sh
execute all orders promptly. We only solltlt the
Mocking Bird }'o04IlIt'lIl1 the best
STICK HOURS and2to4p.m.:From 10 to 12 a. m., No Store, Hotel, Boarding House or Res- Cigars:I finest Soaps and Perfumeries. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages business of dealers.

i IdencQ should be without the Anti- and puts up prescriptions Just rightevery and lessens ambition:; beauty vlor: e'51MS
TrruBvrt.rK, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. day in tho year. Give him a and cheerfulness: loon Let us have your orders for pure Maine Grown
%O )
O. Box 108. trial.
| e1 disappear when the kidneys Seed Potatoes.
fill practice In all the courts-state and fed.Special Germ Water Filter.Water Thomas' Chill and Fever Tonic. .'. .$ 50 G
are out of order -
Mocking Bird Food. . . 2.1: l
facilities for examining and perfect- or diseased. T AI We seed In loads direct from the
M in, ,,, purchase our car
[ land titles. Thomas Cough Cure. . . . 23 trouble RU -V
( Kidney has
.1 Thomas' Iron Tonio . . . 73 :' become Celebrated Maine Seed Farms.o .
so prevalentthat _______
L. QAULDEN Thomas' Nerve Restorer . . "6C' it Is not uncommonfor -
i Thomas' Beef, Iron and Wine' . ftt a child to be born O Quotations mailed on application. Stencils furn-

a ATTOR.'fEY-AT-LAW, : Thomas' Rheumatism Cure. 25 and 5C :. )\ ;,:) afflicted with weak kid rACIfSpfYlt ished. _

Manufacturer and Agent for Young's neys. lithe child urinates 0 -
rill practice In all the Court of the State Cures. I. fY We are In the bust possible position to handle yonr
Florida, and the United States Courts. I11 Magic too often If the r

|.0 Box,230. T1TU3V1LLE, FLA.. Young's Magic Oil . . . 21Young's \ urine scalds the flesh or If, when the child consignments and solicit themguaranteeing
for the
Magio Dyspepsia Cure. 5C( reaches an age when It should ba able to name our prompt personal attention.
Money to Loan. 18 Young's Magic Consumption Cure 100 control the passage It Is yet afflicted with

i \ Young's Magic Catarrh Cure . 23'' bed-wetting, depend upon It. the cause of WHITE & WALTON.COKKK8PONDKNCK .

GOLDSMITH 'V" The following people were either the difficulty Is kidney trouble, and tba; first .___._u ____.__.._ _...._. ..._ ____ .. ._. .__ ._.__ __ _

III cured or found relief after usingYoung's step should be towards the treatment of INVITED.
: yli 'I, I ih those Important organs. This unpleasant STENCILS rUJlN.SIIED.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Hili V Magic Cure : trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the
Mrs W E HurbHge was given up to
being clear and sparkling is no die of consumption' two by kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
FLORIDA.J. years ago most people McCOMB & CO.
P0BVILI.K proof It Is pure. Well or cistern water one of New York's greatest specialists.After Women as suppose.well made mis-
that is full of typhoid fever and malarial using The Young Magic/ Cure erable with kidney as and men bladder are ,

J. WEBB, germs may be perfectly clear. she U still living to-day. Elder) II V and both need the same trouble
!. drinking or cooking water President Second Advent great remedy.
your Skipper, The mild
S and the immediate effect of
ATTORNEY T-LA W, muddy or cloudy ? Readily cleanse It Christian church, Georgia and Florida, Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It Is sold ]Jcl unHla, Cuban and Southern
from all earth, aDd, insects or slime. cured of Bronchitis, ten years stand- ",.
111 practice in the Courts of the 7th Is the water you use bad smell Ing or ing. Mrs Moncreaf mother-in-law of by druggists, In fifty-

ult. Taxes paid for non-residents tasting P Is too-much trouble to clean Dr J N Jones dentist of Jacksonville, cent and one dollar> ''W"

L rents and accounts collected. out the cistern or well as often as shouldbe was cured' of paralysis.- rich bunk sizes. You may have a[ '

? Is the drainage from house, stable er's daughter/ spending the summer' sample bottle by mall imlT Growers'
USVILLE FKORIDA. free. also pamphlet tell- and
Home of ew..waonaing
or privy dangerously near your water with A 0 MacDonnell. general passenger all about it. of the Shippers' Agents
supply so as to make you anxious f and ticket agent of theKt! fcP thousands of testimonial Including letters many received' ,

D. PENNEY, Have you bad typhoid or malaria In your H'y, Ferpandina. found Immediate re- from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
and realized that the The Magic Cure
family lately water lief,after using Young &
Co.. Binghamton N. Y., ba sure and
used may be responsible for it ? Then 1)r H P Dowries, physician and surgeon,
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW mention this paper.WANTED 000 Washington: : ; >>: St.HKKKKKNCKS \' Tow Y c>>r1.J::..
get; a LITTLE BO.OWN JUG FILTERat of Montlcello, Ga. writes : "I have .. _. .-
viLLv, FLORIDA. its low popular price and you are cured a widow lady of consumption/
safe. It will remove impurities. with The Young Maglo Cure." Mrs\ SEVERAL PERSONS FOR DIg
|l practice In all the courts of the 7th !jgr'"They are cheap and will Mary Wiie) ere an estimable\ Christian I M.limners{ In this slate to rep| -Commercial Agencies or any reliable house In New York.
very rimuiit ma In tliolr own and .iirromiilliigooiintlea. .. .
Judicial lady of 700 Bridge street, Jacksonville!', .. -
Circuit. last Ufa-time.. When writing for in Willing to pay yearly StMM, payahle - --- -
formation please Inclose stamp. All or- Fla., !says! her lion was cured of consumption weekly rHulralile employment with unusual E8TAHM3IIKD1870.M. .
ders must be accompanied by cash. !! by the Young Magic Cure opportunltleH.\ Ri2rerutwo.exohangud. KttcloNaftnlfaclilretmm ;
MES ANDREWS Rev K K Gardener, principal) of Spalding Htampeil envaloiie.. 8. A. Park,
For full! particulars!: apply to the agent, writes 820: Caxton jinlUlinir chlcnao.Sheep .
Seminary, MontezumaUa., :
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. CLAUDE WALTON, Tltusvllle, Fla. "The Young Magic Cure cured my .
alp i otllce and P. O., TmnAl.B FLA. catarrh." Rev W L, Singleton, Drake Men nay IlnnsT. Lane & Son

'ce open at Ft. Pierce on land and 4th Town, Ga., writes : "After using the Reports from Wyoming state that ,
Fridays of each month. The Largest and Most Complete Young Magio Cure, my hearing is two orjrimlzatlonw of sheep men one In

nil practice In all the courts of the Establishment South. much better. I could hardly hear a Uinta county nud onu In Cnrbon county '
7th Judicial Circuit. watch tick; now I can hear' one ten have recently purchased largo 253: WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK.

GEO. S. HACKER & SON feet away." E T England & Son, leading tracts of lands. from the Union Pacific

CEPHEN E. FOSTER, I merchants of Jiarlmmville. Ky., railroad. aggregating over BOO.H) ))
write : "Mrs Hancock who was In the acres. These luuds are In sections and Southern Fruit and Produce

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW last stages of consumption( after using/ practically Insure the owner's use orInter.t'l1IJ1a'
the Young Magic Cure, is now able to government lands tbUIilvIDa' ;
Doms 420 and 423 Gardner Building attend church and visit friends." Mr
them control of
<< enormous gritting -
JACKSONVILLE FLA. John Driscole a ship carpenter Fla. on facilities The Idea Is to divide oxxl.xxl.1os1oJ'l.: : : : : :2MHGrc3a.iem.ta.: : : : /
Myrtle avenue, Jacksonville says
than living the tracts Into summer spring, fall
he had asthma worse! any
UEL T. 8nA.VLOR, GORDON R.BROOKE.: man ; tried all kinds of asthma cure, and winter rangen for exclusive occupancy PINEAPPLES A SPECIALTY. Stencils, Card, and our quotations furnished on.

:A YLOR & BROOME c but found the Young Magic Cure the by members of the organizations application.McTimrr .

best. Mrs John Menzies, wife of Mr under strict regulations against

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,ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW: John Menzies a large merchant on overstocking and other practices. tending -__- - un -
Bay street, Jacksonville', Flu.< says toward 1 of
ll practice in all the Courts of the her son had rheumatism so bad that This depreciation neeiu to be n pitsturugevalues. step In : : : : : : .osic:: &:, Fitch: ,

State.. Office in Law Exchange. .. the bones of his ankles almost workedout. the right direction certainly much wiser
He went to Hot Springs, Ark., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
SKSONVILLE, FLA. than trying to maintain allegialrights
which did him no good, but was made
MANUFACTURERS OF well after using the Young Magic by physical I force. Some risk of Grocers and Coin mission Merchants,

JJEORGE w. ALLEN, Cure which made him a new man. future Inconvenience, however. Is as VICAR"gift i-We ling to nuit. you our prtiin on the following gads' f, e. b.Jauksfmrllle, 1l1all-
Doors Sash, Blinds I can show hundreds of cases In sumed In the absence of knowledge, of : ty guaranteed. and would' pleased to .receive your criers In any quantity i .

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Jacksonville, Fla., and hundreds of what ma3 be done with government GRAIN HAY AND KKK1). n.n.. n''''! n.tllorll.M to.lt

from Seattle, Wash.,to New Mex lands If rival herders of either sheep .. .. ., ...... ... Laril, nninponnd, per l Ib .. .... ... .... .IHI
Material. cures ion ll lack. 'inn
Moulding & Building Corn, > per I l-e f ...... ........ ........, ...
WEST, FLORIDA. ico. The Young Magic Cure Co. is or rattle .should purchase and stock Horn, 110 Ib.., per *n< k.... ........... .... I.((1/\/ Ru' .e. ... ..1......,".....DA to AeLnregree ,01(/
will donate to late, white, per sunk.. .... ... .... ........ .. 1.1Ift erlh .u..,
'ill practice In the United States backed by $50,000. and then, trouble will'bo likely to ensue.Breedrr's .- ltransunriUIU.{ .... .. ... ...... .......... IJUU ,l .::::::..,,:,21.100:
t State Courts. PjunOS! Office & Warerooms King opposite any charitable institution of Florida Gazette.QUESTiONM. FeNd! Meal.... .. ... .. a..... .......... .. .. loll Tea, grenn ns.t.dArhs.perpotted.or lilaok, |>tr Ib........ ......,.... .11M..HA.OAK
Cannon Street.Charleston five hundred dollars "if any resident KOO<| quality.. ... ..........1.40 to I.IHI> Iraniilflteilanuar, .. .
physician or specialist\ of the State of 1 Wheat.r e"l. bright, per IIKI Hi*.. ....... ". l.in .lelly.II"Il.'all......perlb... .... ::::::::., :::::.. tat.
i O. FRIES C. E. S. C. Florida ran show more cures of con- hay,peruIlbs .. ... .... ............ .aw Hoap 1 UK{). .... .j.... .. ........ ...... .... a.iw
........ .... .
ANSWKUI3D.; FLOUR, aRlT AMU MKAI 'ItAnh..rl'"s. .. .. sac
sumption catarrh asthma, rheumatism Heat ratsntFlour. parlarrel.{ ..... . ..211 Sadstrckersper.' Ib. ., ..,........ ....,.,, oIi"n
COUNTY SURVEYOR. and 1 paralysis. .' 1'atent ITloiir, ft barrel. .. ;.... il.JA r.emnn (''maker, per Ib...... ............ ..te'Orits ..
jvnd and sub-divided Sash Weights, Cord and Mild treatment, $1.00; second treatment Yes, August Flower still\ has the largest per barrel. .per.. .. .. ........\.... .. ii.40 Table, ,IVuclui aw.Ib:: lieriioi.. ......... .,......, 1.11IMoal.perbarrel
legally surveyed Cl. K.Call, ''' ....... .. ...... 1.00
$a.oll; fourth treatment $;;.00. sale of medicine In the civilized ... .. .......... ...... Lao 0518 "
any 1'Nutlet.e.ILIb.Iwr ..ti'I'.I'.. .. .. ... ..11I
ping neatly done. Estimates for Hardware Sold only by world. Tour mothers and grandmothers MEATS AND PROVISIONS. Mutuhes, pergross.1 .... .,.. .. .... .. .. .., .44
dads of engineering work DIs- IIKNRY K. THOMAS: never thought of lining anything else for Best H<|iilra'llaonn perlb.... .,., .00)1KhiMilclers I..t"'r.ack." ........ .., .... ., .... I.;.
/ >. > J'erlb.\ .... .. .........0:14to2w H eil. f jtBtcmit, I'''sack, .. ........ .. Z.79 to 3.0U
l lines a speciaty.STILLS ) Window and Fancy Glass Corner Adams and MadUon Streets Indigestion or lillllousness. Doctors Ham. ,perfb! ......... ....... .........1:6: to .13 Unions, pur barrel................... ...... 2..
Brevard Co. FLORIDA. Jacksonville Fla. were scarce, and they seldom heard of W* slim handle Vegetables| and Produce for UIIollllto..r., and these good are bringing hereto
Appendicitis, Nervous Prostration or day. ita follow t
A SPECIALTY. Heart failure eto. used Totn.t.ws, iwromte.. ... .. .. .... ...'I.no tn '11.00 W. are pnylnir- APHORISMS. They August KlIKplunt ".... ., .. ..... .. ....173KIJ.U/: / Kllnt lll.le., per Sb.... .... ... .......... 14 to .11
|U. HOUO.U TON'S Flower to clean out the system and stop 1 iTiuiaiiplnii "... ........ ... ...4.IMI/ to 8.,,51 driven Hale lll'I"l ., per Ib......... .. ....08 W to JWllntmwus
CURED with T.glabl Is hitter, but Its fruit Is fermentation of undigested food, regulate lirliclit. ..... ... ....... ....:'L'1M1toa.8' per' Ib... ,.... ...... .., .. to .tn'
? I DROPSY!H mmlltw. I{... .curd Patience the action of the liver stimulate the Oranges rn."ts.... .. .. .... .....a.wi' to a.m TullowTurkey lur II,.. .. ........ ... .. ... ..'a2K tf) .fllt
1 many thou* Dd .ewe!! llousseuu. Ib .... ...... .. .... .
: .. weet.- action *, alive, per .,., .1.1: to 1.1 Alllicator{ skins T feel anti up. l.nu
)ATING DENTAL APARTMENTSon rnlltttl 1\01>81. la birth nervous and organic of the system KKK: )liar ilos .. .. ......... .. ..... ... ..'Otil.31 .' .. Otnefeatanduptet.80/
17 flea.ttwothlyd..1allsymptomsremov; : : : All powerful money gives both ;and that Is. all they took when feel- II.."*, UlWh.. ... .... .. ..... .... .... ... .DO tu ,4 the (Denton) MI! .T"etimnnlalsendryeDATstreatnlenttr.e.DR. H. .. CHZfclTI: SONS, box: K.Atlanta.G. and beouty.IIol'ace.Lhtbt big dull and bud with headaches and 8prlllKeri.each..... .. .. ,.... ...!MU> .30 Otter .. ... .... ... .........a.OUtoT.lMI
griefs may speak: deep sor other aches. Ton only need a few doses We wnnlil lie pleased to Mill you your Kruuorle and grain, buy your hlile, antS handle year
Now AT PALM BBACH. vegetable. and proiluue. \mir trnly,
l Choice row's tongue Is bound. eneca. of 0reen'sAugust Flower In liquid formto MoTIMMQNS & FITCH.'
$ When you speak In your praise, you make you satisfied there Is nothing III, 11, 19 and 2S Baulk Quean Street J ACKHUM VILLli, FLA,
C. II. PEETE ors WinesLiquors serious the matter with you. /Sample
add nothing to your reputatloD.Ter.eDce. -
and Cigars. bottles at J. P. Cooper's drug store at

[TE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT Cocoa, and.K. S. Clmffue's drug store at
1111 Ifl1J Guaranteed Pure. Those who are In love believe every Tltusvllle, Fla.< 1

508 Cherry Street Sold at reduced Idle tale which flutters their expectations. HI. I ..I
MACON GA. price .-Ovid. r
Imported Common sense la, of all kinds, the WANTED' Manager* i,. this state to rep I Iw.Lc I Ii

31. McL. DANCY, D. D. L. Tokay Win, most uncommon. It Implies good judgment resent. Wllllnir ma in to their pay own early and ttUKI inrroiindlnKanuntlw. payable. i 1\l
from Italy. sound discretion and true and weekly. Ikrslnble l employment with unusual
.irnctlcal. wisdom applied to common oinnrtunltlo|' Itlforence axithanicoil.. KnnlosnnirafMrexsecl
situate of Philadelphia College ofeon stamped antelope, H, A. Park I'1 (l
class 1372. Perfect operations John B. Togni, fn.i-Edwards. lta Ciutou Building! | Ohlo.go.Fjy5. : :

pised. Ilazeltlne Block corner Bay Metropolitan Saloon, 12.1: East Bay St., Ill..
i" ;
wholesale and, JtetallVirginia _

' EE NSULTATION HomesYou r *S : DS. :>aJl M r a "( k 1 ') f r ,t '

|with onr home treatment. We are .r.d.panlun Tnalli..anlin.. ..." ,,'._. ..
ipbystciaus, and you get the benefit <1 revs *..IT.v '.J' --- .-"'"
; ntrnnt.
learn all .about Virginia Lands Y tl d ran. : Chap autstl4" 'Ji. -
experience. No matter what .
..rt.." 10..., not pyineemp.i -
{your trouble Is, bow simple or bow Its resources products, mode of Cultivation ft |i..r. tt, Wy a little moreor
eto. reading the 1 1 5 p'f'. A! I '' w" +{r. 1'enka.... >'iveerlliep.rp.pr
liopeless, we can do yon good, and prices, by i I t'\ )hll'., and ulwari worth it. The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one Inmate
Send lOcts. Alwsya tI.tllI..C. ltuUtreM "
Virginia Farmer. Annuaifres
tit IBO.' we Thousands can't we will of tired honestly weary tell, sick you for 3 months subscription to the o .1 St'. rl. ... hllkY ., CO., CETXaiT, MICH. seventy years of age, who has been In the infirmary for three years,

and hopeless people have been en- Farmer Co., Emporia Va.OPIUM .. a great sufferer from indigestion, and has been taking Ripans Tab-

ftlroly and permanently cured by ''i'ifir/ .----- ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he Is,
and W u.k.y aklt
'ur..<1 al num> with. 1l 'UASTtp--Jrontl..ma", : or woman to travel.) never without them. He Is willing that his name should be used la.*
MPOUND 1 o..a paiD 11..10 ofp.I r-
t tluUr.nt 'I R E(. neat .enrloiw XMnMm.with liicma a; position penny. a testimonial, as it might be of use In persuading some other person
88 a. SI WOvlLLtl co. In heart I bore I Hlf-addr.I.stampedenrelop.e.!!
:YGEN ..... 104 North Crrnr SiIt Thai Long music after K warn my beard no moro.Wordnrerth. MA NAGKIt,83V fax tun "., Chicago.BO to'try them. A second old gentleman, In the same institution, ;
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-Judy. eighty-four years of age, has had liver trouble for many years and'j
Why not take heart again and Inreslgate h. YEARS' 'I

this (Treat principle. We have ('.tie Dld. How's This ? EXPERIENCE finds that R'l'P'A'N'S help him very mach. They also have twe } '

[thousands of testimonials. Send for It lii astonishing tow many people nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer ,
till lire wbo know bow to tell the sex We offer One Hundred Dollar lie- t
book on home treatment, wonderful of egg before they are batcbed or. as ward for any case of Catarrh that can from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nerve!

|cure to the sick, etc., free. soon as they are laid say Texas. Farm not bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Curo. eusness. They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they y
Itanch. Some tell as that long J. IL CHEYEY It Co Pronto Tolc.do, O.
and 1
STARKEY & PALEN eggs always bntcb females. wblle other We the undersigned, have. knowned A always have a package In their pockets. The matron also states | it

tell us that inch eggs always hatch relieve F.J. Cheney him for perfect the last honorable 15 years la and all ? ,'\ \i", TROL:\ onSRaWfr1 that she is forty-five years of age and at times suffers with indigestion /

112 Girard St., l/hlla., Pa. males and so It goes. All these people business transactions and financially ableto 4 CO"Y"'GHTS &.c_ causing pain aad paroxysms of bekfciag. and finds that the |
tested the matter and never knewIt 1ln.5.ket.h.nlde.evItk. >i itrinin cnf.mesh
1 17 fob 000 have
carry out any obligations made' by ., ; .w one oiinu.n. free wfener: anv.orr Tabules good indeed and !Is perfectly willing to have hit
to fall. When we consider tbat each their firm. { CM vhnhlf B.t.nlablN.{ fSc.iUinc 'ntnmuninW are very

ben shapes' her eggs to suit herself West: TRCAX Wholesale Druggists, .met thin Ir'tr" .:. !".+ taut, "r.AeuG0.Sll_"" for Ilsu.thnn.on*4wurinff p.t 1.1.915"tiui. name used in a testtmontal.wayrea.A .";.:tJ
Marriage Paper.Pu5.VTbmuond .. and uniformly lays eggs of similar Toledo O. WALDISO, KUTWAW: MAMTUT pdr.u. taa.n tbroniili Monu A 'u. ,..*;/. ..
pvte: ....toe.;, without...b..r..,la tlUMtmn Ile r..W W1 Pi W. wta.M k re.WIM J'!>o
of artTcrtlMn to Mien shnpe. the absurdity. of tbe shape theory Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. =:-''"'' -:::-- .. :- ;." -- c -t:
tloa from.formal Wealthy...patron renon.l. wo were becomes apparent. HalVs Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, RnierkaneA C"-a" : ::L: w__; !r : I__ '

aJ. rr..$0ladi.. .. eewpti copy roa : acting directly upon the blood and mucous "........ a.if" ateatyatad' ......k'.. T....it rfr.
,, ROCIALAMEIICANT.IedeOhl." --Honwt mar or woman to travel surfaces of tbe systen. Price 73o. "f snr."l'.ntmcj Journal.1'I..n....*lil e -, 0 /

etlh, g Ma's. SAM aUtha.reutNewspapcn PLtenpIM: of JU,(. i WANTUD.,nt, .nploMMir-addr*.with Smile Incraue
/nn. wnt irann nmlnt":( IKaforAUV. eussu. )MANAGER.33V Ca-xtoa bulhUns. Chicago Hairs Family Pills ore the best. .U
> Burau. 14 SU CtaJr M..Tolc4o.


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t -+ INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. 4I THAT STAMP TAX. Indian River Real Estate Agency

, f AWBBKLT JOURNAL-DBVOTBD TO TB. DBVIlLo How much longer are we to be .,& Mil MO

t t'o, gT 0" TIIB I DIAI BIVBB J.AKB bored with the stamp ttx? This TITUSVILLE FLA.YOU .

WORTH AKD BIHOAVSB BAIT SBOT1OHS. odium tax was imposed upon us as V 1i.1ILI1 POWDER ,
a war measure ; but although the
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. war I IB over, the tax still remains ABSOLUTELY PURE would do well If you have property to sell and want It advertised In this

with us as a gentle reminder that : ,paper bee of coat to you and put In the bands of live men, to write\ at once to
CBABLE H. WALTON Editor'" Proprietor. and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public.
food delicious
we at one time had a war with Makes the more B2T Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency. Why not

Dtaonntluuance of advU. must. be made !"'* Spain. The stamp revenue is "paid, eovatw.nla rawaea 00..NW omit. youia.

r Bonally at this ollloo or by writing. to bring into the exchequer the PINEAPPLE LANDS, near rallwny and river, per acre $2.00 to $10.00.
y f nice sum_ of $100,000,000 per annum -.----- ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.00 per act'a.

CHABLKBH. altbougnt the last .. Beautiful tract 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of Eau
y Cbeok,ete., may be made payable to ; and report FRUIT TREE PROTECTION. Florida Kdltor
and vegetables. Price $1,000.
Gallic first-class for
; oranges, pineapples
,puhllHber and proprietor shows surplus of $21,000,000from
WALTON a ORANGE GROVE, 1.& acres, f>(0 miles south Tltusvllle.. Will pay $1,000 this!
r July to the end of December, There will be a meeting of the executive year and $2,000 next. Price, $7,000.
communication to \ McFarland is firm believer In
A"tlreu all ADVOCATE 1890{)\ we are still saddled with this Mr a committee of the Florida Press Association HAMMOCK LANDS, near Tltusvllle, from $5 to $25 per acre.
INDIAN "what la worth doing at la worth doing
,x TITCSVILI. FLORID. tax. Is it not about time that the well. Ills tents show It and his at President White's office. No. One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2$ miles west of Tltusvllle, good for
m Laurel street, Jacksonville at 10:30 and Price $ lo.OIJ.
pineapples, vegetables oranges. ,
with this
government dispensed advertising show It. He was one of the .
a. m., Monday January 2tb.(! for the
{ 17. S. I>cp rtmeiit of. Agriculture war tax? very first to advocate a covering for orange purpose of arrangelng a programme fur
and this led him establish
trees to
Robt. W. Davis the Myers meeting and. for such other
FIn.I Congressman
Weather Uurcau-Jupiter, the mammoth factory that be Is now running
,Y recently criticised the financial at Tltusvllle. Ills tents were tested bimlness as may come before the com JasB.: :Sours
mittee.I .
comparative statement policy of the government and madea here at San Mateo on the mornlnaof Jan. ,
4 The following is a FRED L. ROBERTSON",
of temperature and rainfall for the I demand for the repeal-or at 3, when the mercury took a tumble to 18 Chairman Executive Committee.

r week ending Tuesday, Jan. 23, 1000PATE. least the modification-of the war degrees, and trees that were covered by :E3ay: : G-ral.n.: :1'eocl.:: ., dour,
-1800- them did not loose a leaf, while outside,
-looo- tax. He quoted from the Variety ID Grain Food
MAX. MIN. revenue where they were not covered there is GRITS MEAL AND COTTON SEED MEAL. NEW GARDEN
fd' !:. MAX. MIN.08 80 03 speeches of Sir.\ Dingley, Mr. Can not a leaf left on the trees In the same The vailouH. genius differ In composition ,

IS 17 72 77 07 72 ((12 non, Mr. Payne and other leading !grove. and ,1I..n grain Is used as aa exclusive SEED ARRIVING FREsn'ALL THE TIME.
The parties using name are much food at certain Reasons when
19 7.& 68 60 58 Republicans, made 'while this bill -
20 71 00 6.- 4S under consideration in pleased with them. green; materials and meat are not easily Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless to man or
51 72 /fid was prepar. The way they are opened up to the obtainable there will be an advantage
21 01 ation for the with beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotations
22 73 54 (08 65 war Spain, con weather after the cold wave has passed |In varying the grains. While corn .
23 73 00 70 01 taining promises that if the war Is one of their best features. They open Is the staple grain food yet wheat Lowest cash prices.

Total rainfall for the week: .OJ) should prove to be brief, the war entirely and are closed quickly and easily.A barley oats and IniekwIioiU Hhoiild be
thermometer was passed In the JACKSONVILLE FLA.
top Office: 124 W. Bay street. ,
Departure from normal rainfall for the revenue tax would be speedily re of a home-made tent last Monday here, allowed. here are live kinds! of grata

week: plus .21 Inches. Departurefrom The with has and If only one kind la given for J. _._ -----
pealed. war Spain and while It was open for two feet or so --- -------- ------- --
normal rainfall since January 1, been brief, and although there has around the bottom the top was tight/ day to l>e followed\ by another kind

plus .70 Inches. been a session of Congress since there was 16 degrees difference between the next cia,. giving nit-ill one day and CHAS. N. WELSHANS
UAL. I'. IlAnDiK, Observers the I Inside and nut side. ;a lulled diet of Haft food it certain ,
then and now another Congress in It Ic our bullet that tills will have a ;lay. there will then tie seven rations .
session, no proposition was coining bad effect on the tree If left covered .
has been or oniofor i-m-li il.i.v In the "' .k. Corn
A FUND of about $1,000 from the Republicans. to tuolify throughout the warm weather In Feb.
N. Y. may lie /glreii morning/ mill, night on CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER.
In Jamestown ,
subscribed this law. Money is being piled) up ruary. Monday out on Tin-mlay. meat on ,
of the widows and The McFarland Company are working
the benefit
in the Treasury beyond the needsof Vedmila.v.. when) oil Thul..IIIY.bur-
of British soldiers who day and night to fill their orders and! Agent for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains. '
orphans the country, and it is heirg\ used they have without doubt the bent tent ley; on l-'rldiiy -ooked menu ou Saturday
have lost their lives In the Transvaal to anticipate unmatured intereston Oil the mat'kel.-:.san Mil too Item. and lIuI.kwllt'ut ou uII
t war This is true phllanthro- bonds, and to afford the Republican conked ineHH limy roUMlxt of ground W- Write for Samples and Prices. ,

the expression of which cannot oats bran and COrUIIII'II!. of each two t
py party .an opportunity to boast Aliaoluta Safegnrtl. Agnlnnt Colds. Old 'Phone 8. 218 K Bay Street
k' infringe neutrality laws. parts and Ilimt'd meul one part addedto )v\ ,
upon during the coming campaign ofthell' .
} looked (potatoes turnips or even (
Women and children are, generally, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
great sufferers from the horrors of bursting treasury.The It Is an utter Impossibility to catch cold finely chopped clover that Is scalded.

If the surfaces of the body are kept at an The only difficulty with !stab feedingIs
war. ADVOCATE is in receipt of even temperatuie. The trouble may be thtit t cue must have on hand several

the Midwinter Edition: of the Tampa from without or It maybe, from within kinds of grain but there will be fewer I

TUB Fensaeola Tress la a wel- Morning Tribune which is one that In, by not having perfect circulation, mistakes made In feeding..however. McMurray & Baker
come visitor this otllce. It Is quitea or by not eating such food as Is ufecled ,
of those trade issues which ;
great to furnish the leq'iired heatot the body. Tltusvllle!! r.uuiidry.
bright and newsy paper, and is have done sr' much for the State of The chilliness you experience In the
edited by Mr. Walter Graham.It winter Mrs. 410, 412, 414, 416, 4181Uatu St Jacksonville Fla.Ueadq.ual'ters [
ably Florida. This edition is devotedto arises from one of two causes: Geo. Cook, of Tltusvllle Is now

takes money to conduct a paperof the I interests of and first, lack ot sufficient carbonaceous prepared to do laundry work of every for-
this class ; and the people of food; second poor circulation, possibly description. All work guaranteed. J
Manatee counties, and will be of due to lack of exercise.-January La- Leave your washing; at G. F. uren's

Pensacola should support it by great vulue in the development of dies' Home Journal. corner stor,, opposite ADVOCATE office. Wagon.Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles (
of advertising
giving plenty pat- those sections. In every respect .
Editor Graham was on ------ ------- ----- -- -- ------------
ronage. this is the best in :
among qualityand .
and Sundries. i iuKELLY"
the ADVOCATE,, literary staff for a style of makeup, in matter and FOnT PIERCE, FI.A. ,

while and we found him a goodman In illustrations, and we hope It may ;\"i;
fill bet. on you
; but he left here to a FORT FLA. ,
prove as profitable as the projectors PIERCE
ter position In Tallahassee. anticipated. Indian River, Near Inlet. at short notice.
wish him and the Pensacola Tress
success. Sportsman's Paradise on the East Coast The finest Fishing and Hunt .
". POUTO Rico is said to be adopt ing. Accommodation first class. Near Railroad and Steamer Landing. HAMMOND PACKING CO.

American with Northern and .
do ing some ways rap. management. .
Is it that farmers
WHY more ,
I The G. II. Hammond Co.
and In O. II. NEAL Manager. (Formerly )
idity certainty. Guayama, ,
not Into the raising of sheep
go had election Also Glen Cove Hotel Onset Mass OUR SPECIALTIES
along the East Coast? A gentle. recently, they an :
stulFed the ballot box with an energy ---- -- : ---
nan who called at the AnVOCATE "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon "

office the other day, said that not and eagerness worthy of some NEPTUNE, FLA. "Coin Special" canned meats. '
of northern
our states. one result
many of our farmers would longdo of the election had 59{) "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon. t
without sheep, and continue to they NEPTUNE, FLA. p. o.West.
buy fertilizer and fight weeds if indictments for illegal voting ; and Jupiter Station. "Calumet" leaf lard.

they knew that a flock of 1,000 one man, Dr. Vosquez, was convict- Pleasantly located at confluence of Laxaliatchle and Indian Rivers. One mile Homemade pure lard.

cheep make each sufficient of ed. He says he will appeal to the from Jupiter Inlet. Finest fish and salt water fishing In vicinity. PostofHce, "Peerless" compound lard
year United States Court. Express and Telegraph offices! 100 yard. from house. Terms: $2.0( per day. sausagesand
the best kind of barnyard manureto : Special rates to parties and by the week. N U. FITZ HUGH, Jr. Prop. all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA. n
furnish nearly nine tons per acre r

for 100 acres ; and at the same "A STITCH in time saves nine," ,

time make meat 20 per cent fatter and a couple of new planks in the SANI

than cattle do; that is, the amount City wharf will save extra work, if T. D. GIBBENS, WILLIAM CLARKE PLUMBER.

I of feed that would make nine now attended to.

pounds of beef if fed to a steer
would make eleven pounds of mutton HAY GRAIN FLOUR GRITS MEAL BRAN COTTON SEEDMeal Fine/ Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Hoofing, Sheet

CHAMBERS.. Iron Work and Drain
t, if fed to sheep. Then there is Pumps Pipe Bath Tubs, Water Closets

p the wool as well. Middlings etc. etc. and Wash Stands. Copper vessels of all kinds and
The following cades came before Judge

S M. 8. Jones, this week, at Chambers, in descriptions re-tinned. .
TIIEUE is some talk going the Titusville:

round of our state papers about TUTTLK: VS. nunOESS. Depository for Cumberland Mills Flour, Grits and Meal 37 Forsyth St. a Jacksonville Florida \
reducing the size of the weekly Attorney Jeo. A. Worley of Miami, ,
the represented the plaintiff; and Attorney
newspapers and increasing Walter H. Graham of the law firm of Agent for the Celebrated CANOPY patent flour.
price of subscriptions. The cause Robbins fc Graham, Tltusvllle and Miami

for this is the enormous increase the defendant. The point argued
Get Price List. To Dealers
in was that the suit should have been
a the price of paper, put on by brought by Mrs. Tuttle's admlnlatrator,

the trust recently organized. While rather than by her heir, Harry Tuttle. 1:r. :0. G-IBBENS:: ::: ,
T we do not care to decrease the size Defendant's demurrer making this point,

i'' of the ADVOCATE nor raise the snb. was sustained by the Judge. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. Wood, Coal Coke, Brick Lime, Cement,

Hcriptlon price we do want our CASNER VB. 8TKINOFELLOW. t ,
subscribers who are behind with This was a Chancery case from Volu- u '

their dues, to This bus. sin oonnty. Thirteen years ago a decreeof Vitrified and Sidewalk
pay up. Paving Brick.
I mess like any other, cannot be run Strlngfollow.foreclosure The had been mortgaged entered propertywas against; :5:. e-creEE.:: :: ., ....,

without the hard cash. If your sold, but failed to bring the amountof Corner Bay and Ocean Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262.
name is stricken from our sub. the IndebtednuHS. Casner had recently .

scription list within the next few applied ex-parte to the Court and obtained
.a judgment and execution for the de Grocer and Commission Merchant, J. K. :MUNNERLYN, General Manager.
weeks will know the
you cause.
ficiency. The case came up on String.
The name-and-date slip pasted fellnw'a motion to quash the recent pro- Dealer in Groceries, Hay, Grain, Eggs and Produce. Consignments Solicited. --- ------- ---

upon your paper or wrapper tells eedlngs. Stewart & Bly and Geo. M. .

every week whether you are indebted Robbins argued the matter for defendantand ...0. L. KEENE.

I to not. Jas. Alexander appeared for com D.B. BeUlen,per ... ...... .eau .. Be.tFlourl'erlb... .. ..... .................... .03K
us or plainant. Judge; Jones took the case Lan ".... .oo<4 bbl l sacks................ 3.28
OO-lb tin .... ,...,.OHM Tomatoes, p..r can..................... ou
under advUement.BTKWART. Sugar. Cured Hams,"perlb... ..,....... .lu s-lb .. .. .............. ;........... jw Dress Goods Trimmings Millinery Notions
1 Gov W. D. ULOXIIAM hits ( VS. CARRRLL. a. Bacon, ".inFlrnlo Milk ......... in ,
desig. lama, '0 ...08RI" 1\\'OIoronl and Vermlcella,tier package,..,, .07
Bated February 2nd as Arbor Day, This wan a Volunla county case. Judge ...., .... .a. .0.1. Arksnap,2barsfor........ ....... .7....... 08 Laces Gloves Umbrellas Art Goods
Stewart bad recovered a judgment whole ,vain .. .Oft I.vapnratetIApples. ,|>er Ib.................. 10 Hosiery Corset
if and in his proclamation, receivedat Green Ilia Coffee, M...IOronml <): Butter r Ire ..aehutterine
this office he against; Adam Carrell. As ancillary to KioCutTae; ".12KUntmilBteil : ,per Ib.;::" :::;..:;::::::;::::.;;:. ..17MackerwUeaoh
says : "In com his main suit, he had taken out a writ heat. Te... a .................... .e.1:. .......,...................... ,(IN\ Prompt attention paid to all orders.This .
pliance with established custom of attachment and levied It upon stock Snear, "..OIIlJ. Salt. l\Iulle'.ach.... ....................... ..08Onftunn
and resolution of the of the. Lake County Drainage Cosy .Sugar tier Ib.... ..09Meal. .. ,per quart. ;........................... .05
State Hoard |per lb .OH4poriAfk Lemon crackon. per. one of the oldest and most reliable houses In Jacksonville. the latest
of Education I William D. Hlox- to belong to the defendant. A .. ... 100: CHn(nr.nape, per Ib ........... ........... .08Biwla All
writ of garnishment was sued ort at the OrlM peril :.. ...OIK Cracker, per Ib.... ................. .OflH Patterns! and Style.
ham, Governor of the State of Florida same time, and served the Drainage .... 1.10. :&la Naci, par fb. ... .................... .07 "
, upon OooU 1,4rrlonrper Ib ..............., .Ot4 OY"terc"'k.n.jer Ib...................... 07 101 West Bay Street, corner of Laura JACKSONVILLE FLA.
do hereby designate Friday, Co. The answer to the "garnishment, .. .. ,4bblaacka.. ........... 2.00 Stick Cattily, per Ib........... .............. .10 ,
February 2, A. D. 1900 as Arbor disclosed the fact that John Carrell a

Day and earnestly commend the brother of the defendant claimed to own XI. HZ3. nU I ,:J3E, Cor. Bay and Ocean Jacksonville, Fla.
the stock which the plaintiff was after;
usual and customary observance but notwithstanding this a judgment SLED.

r'' thereof to the people of our state. wan entered against the garnishee: ; and ESTABLISHED 1875. x- WATCHES CLOCKS

Especially should the day be ob. and subsequently about 91,000 in cash r : ,

f served in our schools and other attached which was stock held, was for paid distribution over under to thegarnishment the VTro.. aisaie- ::aO-o-eS:: &:, CO. t. a Diamonds

educational Institutions by beautifying judgment", to the plaintiff.The ; a a a.Jewelry I

the grounds, and by exercises matter before Judge; Jones was an GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS
of such a nature aa to Impress. its application of John Carrell to set aside Souvenir, Wedding Kings and Present, I

M pleasures and benefits upon the the judgment for tbepurpose| enabling I 1Q( S. ++ Waltham Watches etc.
him to Intervene and litigate his claimto 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We ,
rising generation. Now we dot the or stock. The
hope some of our townspeople will granted.money W. S. Graham,applicationwas of<< the law handle only the beet and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay FIRE WATCH and JEWELRY REPI1RH* ]
Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat Grits Meal Cotton Seed Meal both anJdark
set an firm of Robbins A Graham, Miami bright Savr3lw
example ,
;;t by planting out i represented at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-AUen Fertilizer Co. A
shade trees to beautify the town oiTituavllle. lily of Carrell and Stewart: Star Brand r.rtUIwn OnaranMad Analysis. ,Orange tn and Vepetablel'ertltlaer: ,For Ground SKECIALTT.
Da Land for Spectacles
Stewart. appeared Judge Bone,Nltrata oda,MorlaM of Potash,Bnlphat ...tIwIbt. Kalalt. eta Tb_ f rtll:.era ban no Bind Eyeglasses. Charges paid one'way. R. j. RILES,
superior ia the market,and a trial will eoovtae Band for Catalog f r* .
M3 W. Bay 81., jAcxnoami.uc, fly


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Jensen.Geo. Rockledge.- .FE R T I LIZ E R S.

E. Coon spent last Sunday as a Mr. and Mrs Osceola Cunier, are .,
J west of the Netherby hotel, Eden. among recent arrivals here. / . /

John Sorensen Informs us that 70 per Mr. McCliesney and daughter of Cincinnati ,
ent of his young plants under his are here fur the winter. They :
fehed, are showing bloom. Others also are stopping at White's Cottage. '
eport considerable blooming. SPECIAL PRICES
Charles Singleton left last week for
Capt. Heerman of Key West, who( has Palm Beach where Le will havo chargeof : 1m(

eon spending several weeks at the AlFresco one of the launches in Flagler's fleet. ----
hotel, spent a few"d.iys In Titus- ,
yille last week returning to Jensen Judge J. D. VanDeman, wife and
there he seems to be very much con- daughter of Delaware 0.,are again withus H Growers : 111IIIW

en ted. Kockledge.for the season; guests of the New __Fi.r.l.eSwppJ.e: @m@ __ i I

The V. I. Association will] give another
ante at the Town hall on Friday Dr. II. S. Munro( gave a lecture on :
.4.11 .A.ro"U.JLd. For't:11:1mor 0
: : : ,
Hypnotism, at the New Tues
he 2nd of February. As Kockledge
usual good
luslc will be furnished, and pHI tlcl pantR day night. The entertainment was not Price $25.OO. nrDe oro buying the following Materials\ be sure and) apply to

an confidently expect a royal'good time. as amusing as It might have been as us for prices, and we will prove to( you we can save you money. .
Admission for gentlemen 50cts. none of the boys here would consent to :

act as hypnotic subjects. Mnlsrnra................. ..................: .. .. ... ... ...... ... .... ........ 8 to 10 STEAMED BONE IIIW
James Holmes 1 la erecting a residence Ammonia. .. .... .. .. ..... .. ..................,. .. .... ...................... I 5! tu VBqiiHl HONE K.UY 1
ut as your correspondent has not InJected The residence of O. W. Michael at to Sulphate of Ammonia........... ..... .... ... .... ...... .. ........... 80 to 2A/ BLOOD AND BONE ACID PHOSPHATE:
bis improvements cannot Cocoa formerly owned by K. B. Holmeswas i Available 1'Iiiw ..... ...... ..... ...... ..........,,..........,. /6 to 8Kqunl ,
say !as to Hone I'hospbateaf Lime.. .. .... ...... ... ... ...................... ... 11 to 18
> what is being done; but It Is safe tojiy I entirely destroyed by fire lust Mon- ElI Potash KV: O........... .. .......... ........ .. ....... ..... .................... ... I B to 8 DISSOLVED BONE NITRATE OF SODA,
that anyone who knows Mr. Holmes' day afternoon. N" one was In the house Equal< to Hillphate of Potiuli...... ........ ..... .. ............................ 9 to 10 SULPHATE OF TOBACCO STEMS
at the time and tile ... ....... ...... ... .. ... AMMONIA ,
stem of having everything just right entire upper story MagneetaLlme,8utls, eta .. .. .. ... ......... 85! to 00 [

till also know that his house will be o.k. 'ered.was In Dames few before. the lire was discov [ t: r" Write for Special Pamphlet.. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL HARDWOOD ASHES,
Very the contents
| W. G. Gilmore conducted service ate saved. were COTTON SEED HULL ASHES KAINIT AND'/ POTASHES. :
Episcopal church Eden last Sunday rr- Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0

ternoou. Mr. Gllmore's house which The entire community was surprised H prices. ,
I well under way of construction, shows last Saturday night by the marriage of

mptoms at the of same being tl me one the of most the coraforttdejcottatfe prettiestd ( I,i K.Miss F. Hatch Katharine.F. E.Bender C. agent of Cincinnati here, and : Please Correspond. us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for (3P ,

on the river, every depart- O. Their engagement was kept an entire : Pamphlet. .
ent having 'been planned with a view i secret even the Immediate family hi

securing all the advantages requisite knowing It only.a few days before the i LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
j comfort in a southern climate. i wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Hatch have secured )
rooms at the Hotel :Indian River, ,
EMr. Barker and! wife who have been for the Benson.
larding At the Al Fiesco hotel have i :raokoon.: .villo Florida.
Sne to housekeeping. The' frt,ipht and Tuesday: January 23rd. being UK. occasion ,
{press business here has Increased soeatly of Mr. C.V.. ll.trilson's 84th. -
that Mr. 'Barker had to have anistant birthday his gentlemen friends tendered I 1 .

so the Railway (Jo. sent him a him a surprise party In the evening Melbourne. Stuart.. Eden.Mrs. Millions Glvt'ii Awn)'.
Mr. ]Harilson invited .
jjung man from Oak Hill. Vegetables was to Mr. Cur
rier's to lea and at half the
past seven
d fish constitute the of
greater part
It ubllo
Is to
certainly gratifying
i express and they are /going forwardhl'le door opened and In filed a crowd of men, O. O. Is \ few Win. Mcrwln of Hocklodiro and to know atone the land who
taking Mr. Harrison'' completely by surprise. QOOPK & OOI I <:.-H"'n1 Kmtntn urn! Loan Popnlfton spending a concern In
/ i quantities. Good prices are p re- I' A delicious Arentfor -:tnL. t.nnd lon and Liverpool. and.1I weeks with bllidausllter. Mr*. Hatch, of her noioe Miss Luke are visiting !Mr.Hurt are not nfnild to be generous to tho
(ling. supper of sand witches I Globe,anil Innwrlnl' Fire Inmirnnrn. spaded, Kan Grtllie. !Meiwlu[ her grandson. needy ant 1 suffoilng. The proprietors of '
i cotTee, Ire cream' and cake followed attention paid to the Interest of nnn resident -
ev. L. Sawyer, of Tibbals, held seri I by cigars and every Imaginable drink I *. Mr. Simmons: hall fflun<<1 a good marketfor !Miss Clark and Forest Humor sailed Dr. King's! New Discovery)( for Consumption
.0 i In the Town hall last Sunday after.on. : was served Almost everyone was called -- part of his miawlwiry ciopon board" down from Ankonn, on Wtulnesdny, and Coughs' \ and colds, haveglven away
Quite a large congregation/ was In for .a speech and Mr. Harrison's (rDr: Subset I ptlons for the AnvocATB, the Lorlllurd 1 liotiso boat. Ills berries were guests of the Ncthorby. over ton million tilal Ixittlos of this great
j the of the East Coast, will be modlolne; and have the satisfaction of
attendance attesting their apprecla- I health WHS drunk many times The paper are very II no The frequent rains have hpnn l>enrllolal .
jm of Mr. Sawyer's aMUty B. received nt the Melbourne PostolHco. very knowing It has absolutely cured thousands -
as a speaker, /guests were C. Magrudcr H. S. Williams
to gardens and suss" Is
Will Ken has fine field of tomatoes "gaidun! of Asthma Bron
ni showing that the Town hall-which L. W. Bnttenliuld K. [I. Patterson a hopeless!' cusses
and alsoevurnl th usnnd tlrst Class now In most of our homos. chitis., of
tomato HoursonoHs all diseases
Is tumid
built by the V. I. Association Hpst ,, G. S. Hardee (
Mr. and Mm. J. H. linker came I'omJensl'n Throat
useful building. In this connection': fluid, J. M. Sanders: W. L. Hnghlett( ; to weeks. phints that he would dispose of at Mrs Frye, of Cleveland Ohio and the Chest cud Tilings, are surely 1
spend a
tar" correspondent will say that the F. F.Taylor, It N. Andrews C. J. Cog- rl'n".nl1: rates I her. diinghter, Annie, have returned to cured by tt Cull on B. It. Wilson\ \;

nday school has bought and put gin A. F, Lnphan and Alfred Hurilson. Miss Hoke of Illith Sprlncrs Inhere. on The Taylor brother will soon finish Eden fur a short visit They me guests Boil's! Imaillot, and ,wt bottle.. Regular
Vies on the windows of the building/ a visit to her brother, J.. A Hoke. shedding two of the ton acres on their of hiss J, Ilowiud LoToiuiuiau. size hoe and |1. Every bottle guaranteed

Ich Is much appreciated by the entire HAVE YOUR DEALER order one Commodore F. O. Hewitt made! >> a flying homestpnd. This month will manly It Is to bo hoped them.will hit a 111l'KOat.lenllan.l1t or prides refunded.'
imunlty. of Avery's high-wheel hand /garden trip to Eon Gallle on Tuesday: In his tlnUh shedding for the winter here the Club House !Saturday, -'

Plows from the Florida Hardware Co.; fast yacht Hippie. Mr. (Gins, of Newark Ohio has come the 27th: hi lit. There aid several Import- COUNTY/ OPFICieilfl.:
Please' write use whenever you fail to with ant mat tens to lio cllsciisupd and voted .
state agent. Mrs. M. F. Webb, O E.V'ebb and to spend the winter his sons. Those I
jpelve the ADVOO TE. member should be COUNTY COMMIHSIONKns." :
Miss Bertha Jenkins loft hero, Tuesday two young; men are hustlers and one can : upon. Every present

Eau Gallie. for :San Anglo, Texas. noon see here ns tlno pl.t'itntlou as can Wo are 'sony Sour shell road that so J. R., Walkvr Titusvllla, I'halrnllulJ."II'I.1t
Mnml.'l IjtilriiiiKDI .1.! It. Wulkar 1 Itt1.vileIno.
Tibbals. be found on the /South sldu. soon Is to bo is"not already a reality. /lalllni Wallor. |.
Mrs Veach and her daughter arrived .1 Ilimntim. Kim<: t J.N. Ankona.W.
on Monday and are the guests of Mrs. We doubt If there Is a finer youngorange Walking. Is good exercise for ministers, II. Hhnrpe. ""ar,_. ItfKiilur semiluiiB are ...
hold first\ Monday In each month
Mrs. Trultt and Miss Trultt, of Melbourne Carter and Miss Strawbildge. grove In South Florida than Mr. but Its several miles from Tlbbals' to ---.--. -- ,
[I'. and Mrs. Harmer, of Waveland visited friends hero last Sunday.Capt. .' Krenser's three acres. lie has several Jensen See?
i., were pleasant visitors to this placet I Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Spencer Invited a' tine bearing hresof limes lemon COUNTY OFFICIALS
oranges, Our little Congregational church voted
Sunday. John Houston Is building\ a new party of friends for a sail to Frank Cam- and fruit. JSuocxxs with these Minor H.Jnln.| D.
lighter for the county, for use on Sebastian stock's place at Malabar last Tuesday. grope; last Sunday to BIHI.lllve dollars to the f. (Imililiiii., Tltnuvllle, ninint.T JiulK) >'.
jpeorge E. Andrews, with his launch river. led him to plane; others, and he hopes to foreign mission und to give the same llolilHinltti. Tlruivllle. |irim'' ned C. B. Gifford in a cruise down/ the Invitations are out for the wedding of still further extend the wnik. He Is a amount to our home mission Our pas A.A. Hmwurt.'l'llu., olarkolrviiltniiurt) J.
Mt as far as Palm Bench and probably Mrs. Wm. Treutler has been very ill Miss Carry May Brown to Clmrlos Frank m in that knows no such word as fall In tor Is a live man, and deserves handsome 'I'ltilKvillo K. Wixiton I tax 4iHtos!,ciolliMitnrt.lfilin tax smtaniKir lltniry.TlliinvlllB; K.: W. Hull,

ami. the past week with bronchitis but Is Oonkling, Wednesday afternoon, Feb. any work.C. support. lie preaches nt Jensen two treasurer: I J. II.: Mum: ,., Oiinrt4iimv: : Htipitrltitimil.:
somewhat better at this writing. 7tb at four o'clock In the M..E. church. V. Rea and. wife of Sunday afternoons. In the month. /a liiHtriiittldii | J. O. '".Tltiinvllln. ,
enry Whlpple, wife and daughter; Hackettstown oniinty surveyor|J.P.lirown,Tltll v II..,sheriff
kre pleasant callers In this place last Mrs. Thomas Batbour Is a guest 'at The following Jolly party went to Eau N. J., have arilved at tho home of his C. A Robinson of Eden and C. O.

|nday. Mr. Whlpple la postmaster at Hotel Royal Polnclana, Palm Beach, this Gallle on tho steamer Spartan: to attend brother Will Kea, and expect to spend Coon of Jensen dined at the Ketherby MUNICIPAL
week, where some friends are stopping. the church entertainment at Eureka the winter. Mr. Ron brought dogs and Sunday Among the many guests to

en.r Messrs Gaillard of St. hall: !Mr. and .Mrs. Fred Irwin, MOB- all the pnrnphenallu for hunting( and this popular house were Mr. und Mrs. TOWN Ct1UNCItrMayor
and Mrs. Sutton, of Lancaster ( Augustine were dames E. S. Bender, C. H. Stewart and fishing This Is the first time In tea IIIII' ee. Mr. Hardee took some tine
nlo. arrived here, last Saturday, and passengers on the steamer St. /Sebastianon O. Annie yours he bus taken vacation from the views and I A. 11. Penney; alilerm ni I Jno. M.
l W. Ooode. Misses Trnltt of homes river
{ our pretty ,
her south bop ndti'Ip, Monday evening. DixonV. it. Knox, Jno. H. Wiilker, l>. L.-
ul 1 several weeks here theists .
spend as Goode Manila Powell, Susie Carter, Jessie confining position\ of minugerofn largo Holds lie Is a success as an artist as OanlilMii. A, I I.oyl..e., ...ra John
of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harris. Frank Harper left here, Tuesday for Ooode Dr. L. A. Peek lIJeSAI'8..lIIll1". drug, stoic' and lie. means to make the well us fruit grower. iilnrk anil treasurer' I i... H. Hiilmylnri' 1 u..nr'l
,> Sutton Is very fond of yachting and Miami to go as mate on the steamer'BIs- tin, Powell, Beaujcan and A. J. Goode. must of It. and, nnlliHitori I C. Hntiktiluht.' cunnoll meetsflrsttiiuHilny
The Saturday eight club In. one of the \ I In cacti oinntli.
tang, and is having lots of sport. cayne; his place on the Spartan/ : ,
We at Stuart glad to tho .
were see name pleasant features of Eden The last one
taken Charles Dukes.
arry Jennings had a large force or being by ef Mr. J. E. Knltz of HpruoeblutT: as a WAS held at Mis.' Curtis' and was well attended. INDIAN ItIVER GUAHDH.
In clearing the land recently purchased Rev B. F. Brown held usual services Georgiana. candidate to till the place made vacant : There were fourteen who participated
|him. At an early date he will cum- at St. John's last Sunday Services were by the resignation of Mr. Andrews. :51 r. ) In the games, which were nil ruesiluy Drill at evenlnic tits Armory In the, over ninthstIto'cit.rk.nnnnty jail, every

ace. erecting a fine and commodious conducted without music tho choir and Fultz Is a mnn of experience and education closely contested. Among. the number Jl. K:. MIM8Js., CaiUln.
deuce, which will be another' weltae organist failing to respond. Dr. Holmes was here on Monday to and will Insure a wise administration were Mr. and! Mrs Howard LuTuiirnaau'
addition to our settlement. see his patients Grandma Muniton of the Important affairs connectedthis !Mr./ and Mis. Lytie Mr. and Mrs Hurt
Rev. 8. F. Gove was a passenger onTuesday's Mrs. Hughes; who have both been 111 for HOARD OP TIIADK.!:
jiiost important Hoard<< In our coun Mesdames Orldley Italhbone
The houseboat Buckeye, with T. A. train southbound.! Mr. Gove ,
several days. ty. lie will guard "'olllhe Interests of and Otto Misses Brown and / Menu every innonil Wednce.hynlght In each
tiler and several J.ukez..lIluIars
party on board spent for number[ of .
was 1\ yelU'lIln cJmrgo month at .xtoo'otuokIn I monm "v..r .
Irs here last week calling on friends. the Baptist churches in this vicinity but Mrs. J. W. Bruner has been very sick, the children, but will, also see that the Sliuttnck. Webb and Mast These Judge M. H. Jones, |I'r..iilil L' Snyder has many friends here who for the past two years has been visiting but 'under the skilful care of Dr. Clambers tax payers are protected from useless meetings! are \looked forward to with considerable treiuiurnri I J.O. limit' muretary.
Jays welcome him and party to oure relatives Georgia she was reported a little better on waste of public money. This end of the pleasure. -
Tuesday morning.. f county is entitled to one member, amino
Capt. Geo. G. Gleason Is hurrying the abler man can be found. RESULTS- VII IIUell EM.I'itENHY7'EIUAN .
ladies' afternoon tea party willt work on the steamer St Augustine; to Herbert Lee and wife Mr. MoLamb- YOn BEST use only nitro-
( at the residence of l\lrs..E. E. Pea- get the vessel In commission about February ton, wife and son, of Kansas Cityarrived Well, the eventful day has come !and powder shells. If your dealer dons, not C1IUHCII.
1 next Wednesday. No doubt. there 1st. New staterooms new bedding on Saturday and are with F. W. Lyman. gone and our supper la a thing of the carry them regularly In stock have him ""n''lne.every Hiilihnth Hi I II I A. m.snil 1.:1III..n.: .

be a full attendance as Mrs. Pea mattresses and furnishings are being Their friends gladly welcome them. past. To say It was a success In every order you a sample lot of the Florida" tint Monday Prayer m.t.tlnir HI onV>. II "< iliin(,let....(lHy W,evHiilnKt7'M 14".hle. ,-

f leaves nothing undone that will put in, adding tu the comfort and enJoyment Mrs. Clark, Auntie Hughes and Mis way does not half do justice' to It. Over Hardware Co., Jacksonville.AIOVINO : ). Tfm' iiulilluar I ccirdinlly' lnrUuil. to ..i.. I
her lady friends time. one hundred) wore present and.a happier tend our serv idim.iu .
S a pleasant of the traveller on Floiida's those
Annie Summerour were
among crowd of old and young can nowhere be >v.JOHN A,11 UOI l EM,1'astor.
i of our most enterprising residents beautfful and famous Indian River who attended five o'clock tea !given by found. Your scribe has attended socUls: CL.U1IM.. j

otten out a very neat and attractive An interesting entertainment was /given Mrs. Bower and daughter last Tuesday. of all kinds where supper Is served, and METIIODIHTCIIDnOURnitular : I

let folder with a map of southern at Treu tier's hall, Monday evening afternoon. In a dozen states but It remains for the trains! of the
The ,
elegant through iMirrlnes first third And fourth j
Ida, showing the exact location of for the benefit of the Ladies' Guild of Chas Warning shipped six crates of Stuart ladles to out do all others In the Southern Hallway are operated with a ftnnilityii II .. a every,. unit 7,I'M' I'| i ..... Huiil..yrtoluxil
settlement: and a brief description St. John's. Dr. Welles and Mr. Mitchell beans to New York, where they sold abundance excellence and variety of view to the feet comfort of Its .every Hiiinlny Ht Uliixi' a. nn K:|>wurtk
[,game naming a few advantages this presented a laughable. farce In their most readily for $13. He received a check for /good things to eat. The tables were set pel patrons. !Magus. > oiuili Monday, at a,liwi p. u,. 1'ruyer. luiwtevery i

te affords those wishing to settle In I merry manner, to the enjoyment of old them on Monday. Others are getting for sixty persons' and the young people Courteous attention excellent service tug i'lliM'. Alt Tliumluy' Hnululy uliclit tmmtn. at everyVe 711.:l o'rlmik. Iland; of fruit and flowers. Prospect- and young alike; violin solos by Professor returns almost as good. vied with each other In seeing tint all 'quick time and luxurious appointments 3;IMI, p m. Everybody welcome at our oburcv
can obtain the folders addressing and Mr vocal served well. iwrvluei.
,. Deymon Pomeroy; selections were As the evening was with
-). box 21, Tibbals, Fla. by Professor Adams and Mr. Mrs. Goodsell Is slowly Improving quite warm the Ice cream was relished by dining curs.OITIce Jacksonville. Rev J. K.: MK'KLEii Paetor.Kt .
from her long and serious Illness contracted : 212 West Day
Mitchell. Stereoptlcan views and graph- all. After supper was over a enjoyable : I .i
ender do you subscribe for the pinker while nursing,: her son, who was very SCjT" For the best service, see that
? If not, you should do so. It is ophone selections followed by the Inevitable brought here III some time ago. Dr. literary program/ entertained us for your tickets rend via I'lant System anti! IHCUI'AI. Cllt'KCH.
largest weekly paper printed on the : dancing, contributed to the en- bin best an hour. The title of the selections of /Southern Itallway. Services end ant 4th RnnftayH' In ellt'h month
Chambers at-
St Coast, and does not cost you three I joymentof a delightful evening. A partyof given mire will\ Indicate their character; first U II a. m. snit 1 p. .... Humlay .",..",1 every
its week Included whencrlbed ladles and gentlemen from Melbourpewere tention. by the choir, "The Dull-l>og on the Htiniluy at tfHI! a. m. RvenliiK: prayer at a p. in.on .
per postage
for by the year. The ADVO- 1 In attendance, making the trip on Rer. Slrderfleld preached two very Bank," followed by "PolI, Wolly Doo To Tho Deaf. 10 Weilnaeiliiyii.a.m. Litany' service every ITrliUyat

III has been the means of bringing the steamer Spartan. Interesting sermons on Sunday ; made die." Then by way of .variety, little Archdeacon II T. llBown, Recto
ny settlers to this coast and It should calls Monday and Tuesday; and Tuesday Misses Fern McPherson and Edna Wit- A rich lady cured of her deafness and

elve the support of our residents both DEALERS will please note that Florida evening held prayer meeting at A. A. ham sang, "Danish the Frowns Away." noises In the head by; I>r. Nicholson's BAPTIST CHURCH.
Baldwin's. On Wednesday he left for All were delighted with their sweet Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10,0(10 to Ms
a., job work and subscriptions. Hardware Co:, Jacksonville are selling Preaching every Mooiul anil fourth Rumlaysmnrnlnic '
kerosene oil heaters at cost. Jacksonville to attend the Annual Con. childish voices, and the distinct mannerIn Institute, so that deaf people unable to and evening. I'rayer Meeting every
ference. We hope he will be returned which they spoke the words so all procure the Ear Drums may have them Weilneulay evenlnic at 7-lH' o'clock. HiinilayHrlfHil
|sn, DOORS AND BLINDS. Florida to us another year. could understand. Then seven young/ free. Address No. liM: The [Institute every' Monday at 0:4A: a. m. Also preach.
Inn tint Humlity at iMdnatgo All are cordially
ardware Co. Jacksonville. !
Banyan.Planting men and as many ladies gave "Why we THO Eighth Avenue, New York N. Y. Invlteil toatuiiiil.
never wed," In verse. It was cutely/ a I E. N. AIL Pastor

Bovine.om Roseland. clear symposium of the objection to I -Do want to buy or sell propertyon -
Is about over for this season. married life. Butas I. usual It ended you
Indian lllver If you do, write the
The Rev. W. T. Lane preached In the by laying these aside arid uniting In one
Indian River Iteftl Estate Agency, Tltusvllle The Same Brand.
Snell Is still boiling syrup. school house Saturday evening. T. 8. Drake, of :New Rochelle, N. Y., grand happy march to merry music. Fla. Heft gaga 4.. *
H. Holowar has moved odt to his 1s 1 here for the winter. Much amusement was made by little
for balls and
Cards are out at Tropic JottephineKltching Joining hand with
hen at Pine Point to look alter his Bahla on the sme evening; we can't at- r The machinery for the saw mill Is being her "best boy" Ueorge Dver and joining

s. tend both at once. put In place and tho mill will probably In the march-Young America guts an A Beautiful and Valuable Home You HaveJKnown -.

lessrs Will Tysen and:Alex Keen, ofImmee. Dink Ledbetter says the Indian River 1 be running some time next week early start in the matrimonial as well as for Hale tit a Ilargaln

panned through Bovine en- Is deeper than he thought; for. He saved I )[r. and Mrs. John Ooode of Melbourne In all other races, these days Mrs.I lor, -
bte to Lake Worth. and Mrs. and Miss don Parks and Miss Walker sang a pretty
the boat and DevoeSams and Craig Hopkins Spranglor/ of : long.Sllffliner's ;
At Indian river Fla.
saved blm.Troublellome. :, Philadelphia guests of Mr. and Mrs.L. love song "Doris. Then came the Mlcco on consisting
C. Moore.If event of the evening cake walk In of 10} acres a well built, two-
Brave Men\ Fall
leif hoppers have des- which all were asked to take part. As I story house 7 rooms; a two-.torst"re
toyed several fine patches of beans and never before saw one I am not competent building, IHxIHft.: : handsome front lawn,
Victims to stomach liver sod Hdneyfublea some shipments froze and some commission you want good results you will to judge of Its merits, but If any shaded by palm trees; a :IOOfool dock; '
as well as women, and all feel men get mixed up and I fear sentus find the ADVOCATE an excellent advertising set of darkles can Foul up more monkey 2.V budded orange, tangerine and grapefruit

& results In loss of appetite, poisons the commissions, and so It goes. medium. eblnef" or show greater variety of (un) trees; l.V sour trees, ready to bud.
the blood backache nervousness graocful steps we should like to see them. BOO young nursery\ stock; artesian well

dache and tired listless rundown Working Night and Day. ned hot From the Gun The Judges/ Mrs. Kruger Mrs. Dr. Han- 1,200 feet galvanized pipe distributedover
10$. But there's no need, to feel like ey and Mr. B. Kitching unanimouslygave place 1 acre wood shed for pineapples
(it. Listen to J. W. Gardner Idavllle, the decision In favor of Gordon ; .a few hundred Porto Kloo pineapple 4
I, He says: 'Electric Bitters are Just The) busiest and mightiest little thing Was the ball that bit G. B. Steadman Parks and Mrs. Munch; so they divided plants; railroad station on west 4.1lDIAN .
i thing for a man when be Is all run that ever was made Is Dr. King's New of Newark Mich., In the Civil War. It the beautiful cake betweentbetn. Lateness line of this place; tramway running to 4X"1
vn, and don't cars. whether he live or Life Pills. Every, pill Is a sugar-coated caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment of the boar caused some other river front on the east. This place to be
i. It did more to give me new globule of health that changes weakness helped for 20 years. Then Bucklen's pleasing features of the program to be appreciated must be seen. The very
ngth and good: appetite than any into strength llstlenees into energy, Arnica Salve cured him. Cures! Cat, postponed till our next-for we are going handsomest place on the river The
Dg I could take. I can now eat any- brain-fag Into mental power. They're Bruises, Burns, Bolls, Felons Corns, to have another before many weeksgo land Is of the best hammock. Orange
ng and have a new lease on life." wonderful la building up the health. Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure on earth. by, and we now Invite you' all. trees) nearly all In bearing now. Butter.
by GO cents, at B. R. Wilson A Son's Only 25o: per box. /Sold by' B. B. Wilson 23; ts. box. Cure guaranteed. Hold by Apply to D. L. OAUI-HE, Atty., I'I

(Jg, Store, Each bottle guaranteed A: Sow B. B Wilson A: Sons Druggist. -Do you filter your drinking waterY Tltusvllle, Flo.:



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n Vegetables PERSONALITIES.' '

j find a ready The young Curl of Dnlhouste) has an Springs 'Hotel
annual Income of $300OOU and Is unmarried (s, Johns River,)

market-but only that farmercan Twenty-eight miles south of Jacksonville by the Jacksonville, Tampa & Ke: ;

I The Bourbon Duke of Parma, who West RaIlway and river steamers. Open fires in all rooms. Steam heat
raise them who has studied wile forced out of his duchy 185U, Elevator. Pure spring water. No mosquitoes. Well-kept gull: course

has 11)! children the largest family of Tennis Shooting, Fishing, boating, Drives Swimming:: pool. KJ.OO and $1.a I
r, the great secret how to obtain any of the royalty of Europe /IrffirA4 V. 4 per day "' !:BKAvBT Manager.

both quality and quantity President! Kruger by bill first wife

bad one child who died young. Dy his / : \ Titusville Boarding Houses.
r by the judicious use of well- second wife he bas had 10 children. iILi

Ills grandchildren number 10)'L
balanced fertilizers. No fertilizer '

college Honolulu bas tendered his ,7
Vegetables can producea resignation, to take effect next commencement I rr Board and room 'ia'Kfi When In need of white 01' rye :]Brl.'ael, pies

large yield unless it contains thus completing ten years cakes, etc., go to City;: Bakery Yachts, boarding houses
of service. hotels aqd families supplied.

at least 8% Potash Send for Dr. Arthur C. Duffy! a son of the famous <. w

our books, which furnish full president and of Surgeons tbe Royal In College Ireland ofPhysicians BOUKNIGHT'S BOARDING HOUSE, TITUSVILLE, FLA.

;; ; information. We send them Is now In America making a study of Good, airy and comfortable rooms. Board and room One Dollar per day

cancer and tuberculosis 47rg7 Special rates by week or montb.
'' free of charge. Charles Crisp a son of tbe late ex- ?. BOURN IOUT, Proprlrtor.

I Speaker Crisp has just been appoint T -

GERMAN KALI WORKS, ed by Governor Candler of'Georgia a '

} 'fudge of Sumtcr county court. He Is ITIC .AREND'SDEPOT
.. .
93 Nu u Kt Now Votk.tfi .
the youngest Judge In the state. .
Senator Beveridge of Indiana owns a Tri-W cekly Sailings .

Free and remarkably good! collection of auto. FOR

Accepted. t Masons. graphs In which Is a letter from President r BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK'

{ Kruger to a friend distinctly

foreshadowing, the present war. Calling at Charleston both ways) Bartholomay's Rochester Beer

Emperor William It seems. takes.
Indian ; No. 00Tltusvllle the keenest Interest In tbe caricatures The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service

of himself which appear In the Eugllnh Fine Wines Liquors and Cigars.
River /
comic Journals. lIe laughs at MERCHANTS LUNCH 13: to 2 P. M. 25 CENTS. .
Lodge. Florida. them until the tears run down his 'The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
cheeks. 130 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Florida.
Holilw It* iiiHOtlnffH the neroml unit fourth Ffl- Direct Service Between
day tit each month a" the liiilliiu River hotel, Professor Tpttcn. formerly of Yale,
t, X'ltiuvllle, at 7:HO o'clock p, m. believes he has traced a direct line of Jacksonville Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points
A. A. flt. Womhliiriil' ,
H. R. WIlHim wart., fI..nlo.u..I..II.Munter.. descent from King David of Israel to (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
J. R.Walkor.lnnior' Warilen. the son of the Duke of York. The ladle Florida Central and
,'. L. t'arnitliem. Senior Duuoon.K. SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS
A. LnHley,.lunior () awon, third In line of succession to the Bmithbnund.". ".".".......... ..... ..... .. ..... ... ..... ..... .from lewis Wharf, Boston
if. M. l)110/1.l Tramir English throne Northbound.....!........ .............. .... .... .... .. from foot ot Hogan Street Jacksonville
F. A. Morgan .
; Runretary.A.FrnwhorTyler.. Captain C. llaettge of Bon Francisco -

I O..... H.H. Clmirue Walton, I I St wars.STAGE hns entered Into an agreement to sail .Clyde's St. Johns River Line. Peninsular Railroad.
around Cape Horn to Now York and
thence to Europe In his 30 foot boat BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND 8AXFORD.

,. GLINTS. Mabel. She Is a centerboard boat Jacksonville Palatka,hanford,Knterprise!: Fla.unU Intermediate landing.on the St.John's River

drawing three feet six Inches of water STEAMER Unexcelled service from Florida to all pointsNorth
Lydia Yen inn us Tit-]" I In, touring "loiUEU.IC le )AItV."
M. Louis de Rougemont has retired
:througb Great Mrltuln and I Ireland. .
with a comfortable fortune, for he getsa CAPT. W. A. SHAW. .
James A. Home In our; 'il In the life allowance\ for the serial rights leave JackRonvilla 8:80: p.m., Bimdnyi,Tuesdays and Thursdays. East and West.Two

work of dramatizing "Dm ilurimi. of the story of his remarkable "ad Leave Sanford II::00 a.m., Enterprise 9-M a.n>., Mondays, Wednesdays- and Fridays.Gen'l .
-- -
IStfln Shannon made live .start upon ventures." In the contract made between Passenger and Ticket Office .204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. ,
'the e tii BO as Little Eva In "Uncle him and his publishers there
"Tom's Cabin." T. P. A., F. M.IRONMONGER,JR. Flu. Faun.
was curiously no cluuse as to the B Howllita Green,New York. r Wt Wont Hay si.JackaoivllltlIris. Trains. dally between Tampa, Jacksonville, Savannah and Columbia, carrying
It Is reported that nrrnngenu-ntM iuu truth of tbe story. C. P. IOVELL, As.t. Fla. Buiit. I JOIUf. I.. JrlOWAIUJ. t'luptl.lnttt..<1..t.
;now being made for the ItoHtouIaus to The of Jacksonville,Fla. fc'ooi H<>K..II b6,Jacksonville. Fla. Pullman Drawing; Room Sleeping: cars, connecting at Columbia With sleepers for
crown prince Germany Is fast
THEO. O. JQQJKK, T. St., 0 Bowling Oreeu, Mew York.
appear In London next sou sou. Becoming an expert cycMst. At a fete WM. Jf LYRE. : CO., Uauernl Agent,
John IlURklu writes to frk-ndn( In this held recently at tbe cadet school In 5 ......UnIfGrn.New. York la" eta.' aelaw..re AT.. Philadelphia.W. Washington Baltimore Phila. and New York.

c.nntry that there Is no truth In the which he Is a student at Pion the ,

report'that be la writing a play. young prince won two first prizes In a .

It Is announced that the Uernhardt- bicycle race. In which be had pitted Florida !East Coast Also with Cincinnati! Sleeper; via Asheville.
Coquelln tour will begin at the Garden against him quite a number of clever

theater New York, Nov. 23. IIXH) ) young riders. I
Subscription performances which The the' .
president Orange: Free "Dixie Flyer"
I .
certain night>> In week set State, .
every are although/ not so well known as I SOUTH BOUND (Road Down.) Read Up) NORTH BOUND.
apart are now the rage In Paris. President Kruger Is quite- as thorough
N'o.at -
Nu.lIl ore No ii Through Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louis via
.s-iolU-io: 11II
Richard Waxuer's "lUielriKold" was a "to h' mall. Grandson of the noted Uuilyellaily Uuily Ually STATIONS. No.78 No. 74 Ually DailY
performed! for the first time In public Inter[ chief Wos t'IM. President Steyn Deily I.Uy ex tlu ex tlu
13 i 11'1 himself Boer the Iacp-mj: ; lei 1 iiaw IN..ve.... .... ac wmville .. Arrive 72iii 1110p TIbiii\\ T Lake City Macon Atlanta Chattanooga and Nashville
en Hel>t. 2'J. (>!U, at the Court theaterof a to core, grew up 8a6p a/up: '!l4.mAnlv. ......... St. A.aasttn..Leave Slop 880p100ua12bJp: ,

Munich. among the Boers and recognizes none .. leaplUtO 1a Leave .... .8t. Anll'n.lln.... .... Arrive 601,1' 616p .... ......
r Hilda Clark who Is well and fnvoru- but their Interests. :.:..:.:...; ....;....;. -:....;.. t 2411" . Hn.'lnlttl '" .L..I\v.I'!!! .. .. ... ... ... Making: connections for Kansas City, Chicago and all points In the Northwest.
: Arrive .F"I.'k" .. ...
t, Illlllp Leave 4451. .:
lily known In light has! to Mr. Joseph Chamberlain will never
opera gone = = ITTII.I lAol\ve ..Pulatk.:7: :::
Uui'oiie to study for the grand opera walk If he can get a cab. Ills mentalale..tnl' TIVt ... ) --- ":'"':"":
Arrive ..
Sat Marne Le..vell:4"a: : : :: ." : .:.:.:.:.:.:'
:*t Ko. She will study a year with tbe s does not seem to suffer; however :.:.:. _- ld Ua Leave Lau Ma...... ...Arrive 7 1j Through sleeping cat service between Jacksonville and New Orleans

bent teachers In 1'arls. through his abhorrence of anything .... -.-. .... .. 114:1": Lu ve..... ... .Ea.t Pal..tk". .. 6161.. 1101,1' _: ... ..
...... ......... .... ". eve :;:;:: via River Junction and Pensacola.
Ernestine Finn, tho UoHton contralto ; approaching physical exercise. soap P''I'P :: .Ormond. .. ... SNIP 4np ::.. ...
.... ... ...... al'tp' ............Daytona.. ........... .. Belip 42111'..... ......
1ia recently been concertlislng In Ger When Mr. Chamberlain Is not attending ...... .... 111161' help ......,.....Port Oranlf....... ... 82/11'/ ....... Full Information on application to any agent of this
many. She Rang before a large audience 1 to the affairs of the empire he Is ...,.. ,. .... 841" 1&2P& ... .. .Neskm trna. ......... r 80llp ...... ...... company
... .. ............ ill... .... .. ....
In Iterllu recently, and! tbe Ocr usually cultivating orchids. and puttingbig ...... ....:: 428p alllI': .. ..............Tltu..vllJe.. ........... 24111'hop ...... ...... .
man press speaks highly of bur voice cigars. .... .. ... .. ... III1Ip .... ...Clty Point............ .. tap ... ...... A. O McDoncll. L. A. Shipman
.....: ...... 60flp 112111' ............ tnroa. ........,.. 161\p .. .. ...... ,
!lad skill. ... .. .. Soap Hasp ..,.....?... Rockxdgs, ........,.... .II2p: : .. ......
Jlasciignl has signed/ a contract to THE GLASS OF FASHION. ...... ..... 611'ip 4.11". .". ...........Eau lJI\lJIe. ............ 194.11' ..?... ...;.. General I Pass. Agt. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
...... ...... :! .......... .
sump 4HV .Melbourne............... 128Jp ...... ......
Kite a series of SO concerts In various ...... ..... .60.11' ..............'"....I..nd.. ............ 111\1I.\ ...... ......
parts of Europe during the coming sou- Some very smart gowns are made of ........ ..... ... 110111' ".. ............ ..'b..tl..u ............ 116210 .4p........ ... JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
a dull. soft, black satin trimmed with ...... ..... b67p .. .........." .8t.l.uole ........... ... ..... ..
son, with the OU players constituting ...... .OOp .............Fort Ploroo...,......... 11ma./ .... ..
the Scala orchestra of Milan. Ills narrow stitched! bands of black cloth. ...... ..\.C Cop ".. ........?.....Tlbhalls. ............ 101lOa .... ..
Home of the black velvet bows for ...... .... .. ... 61141' .. :................ F.ten ............. ..... ...
0-yenr-old Bon Is a violinist In the or. ..4... ..... .. SICIP ................Je".o.... ...L.... ....... .. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
chestra. the hair have a piping of white satin ...... ..., ..... .. eep .. ........... .. ..8tn..rt. .............. 10211a... ... ...
J stitched on one edge with good ...... ...... ,..... 7171. .". ............JTobe 8ound............ ..... ..
When Viola Allen went to visit Marl very ...... ...... ...... 7aUp, ............W..t Jllpltt.r.. .......... .. :..... .. Florida New York
on Crawford to be studied tor the heror effect. ...... ..... 804pArrl.Voot Palm &""b.....,.., .. .. ..... ..... .
...... ...... A .
06p 824p .v..Patm Be""h Ino......... 1140110 1116 ...... Philadelphia and Boston.
the of a novel Crawford! occasioned Narrow satin and gauze ribbons ...... .... 91Up 1I2I1p :: ....... .Royal Polnrlant' .. .. .. 8 4&t IO 2Ua :..::: ......
her much amusement and surprise by Withered: with little frills are very ...... ... 9/IJp: .........West Palm Beaoh..Arrive 82aa 9611a...... ...... From Brunswick(direct),to New York.
8,811P .
..... .. .. ...... ...........
Boynton ..... .. ..Loavl 71\1I.\ .. .. ...... ..
n trial of ")llIlmllltr) ," at the conclu- much used for trimming evening v.... ..... .. 1914(1 .......... Ae/ray./ ...... ....... .. 74'kt.' ..... .. xl PASSENGER SERVICE.
I ..... .. .. ..........Fart Lauderdale ..... ... .
nlon of which he Informed her that gowns. :: Olllle. ......... ..
......I./i..... ...... 104111' .. .. .........Lemou 'U,... ......... .. 4 S 17s..' .. .......... ,. To make'connection with steamers, leave Ja<;k9 burs was nof a woman's but a mau's.Ilanl Heaver color Is one of the newest .... .. ..... I Q
111111'101101' Arrive .. .. .....1\1\.ml.\ .... ..... .. .. .. 6.01S t0a ... .. on Thursday at 4:25: p. ra.,or Fernandina at 6:00: p. m., via
]. shades for cloth\ gowns and still another Between New Smyrna and Orange (Cumberland Route). Supper en route. Passengers on arrival
''i Tt.t'BOERS.: pet fancy Is a beige color combined City Jnnotion. Between Titniville and. Samford.STATIONS. at Brunswick go directly aboard steamer.
with a blue shade of light green.
1r'o.3 | 'STATlCNd. jNoTI. o. No.It o3'1
Many of the Boers are extremely superstitious Meshed chenille n ct' Is a feature of TLfp 1261.I Cv. .NewSrovrna Ar 8ii7p 7Blip J (Hla71JH L... .. ... Tltnavllla .........ArrTlP: PROPOSED SAILINGSLT.
and terribly afraid! of dress this season used as an overdress 4i11p "" Lake H"'"" 'LT 84aP 8UUP .. ........... Mima... ...........Lv .New York Pier 21 E. R., :00p.m., (Standard Time.) L....Brunswick.
and bodice over silk and 6U7p | .Orange City.. I S8ii>| Sltlip 811!>a .... ... ....Ontoen... ........ 1 t ll2p
pooks. In which they have a firm Coveringwhite _Blilp. IMo Ar.OrangoOyJar.n | 87rl5atp 8tot Enterprlne.. ."... t1Ma Friday Dec. 20................ ...... ... COLORADO ...........................Friday Jan. 9
belief. bengallne for a short carriage All tralnn between Now Smyrna and Uruugo OUOa Ar :::::. :::.Manford.. ::::.,,. ** it OUt Friday' Jan 6.r ......,.......RIO GRANDE............ .. .. .......Friday, 1-
wrap. City Juuoiiim tlally except Suiiday.Btw4tn Friday 19 ........;....... ...........COLORADO ...... .,,................. II ;
Young Boer girls ore fresh lookingand All train between Tltusvllle and Sanford Friday 10...........................RIO QKANDB........., ................Friday, 19
rather pretty, but they either grow Muff chains are very elegant/ this JaokVlll and Pablo Beaob. daily except buaday.Thetw .
t" 1 terribly fat or miserably thin with increasing reason and are made of alternate linksof Time Table. how the timeM aft which. For general information steamers,train.,rates, etc.,apply to ,
n. J STATIOS8. INo.lt> trains and boats may be expent dlo arrive and .
Rt!. gold and! enamel In' varied flower BASIL GILL, .
Slaw l C v. .bo. Jscl depart from the several stations and ports, Agent 220 W.Bay St.Jacksonville.H.
i In South Africa tile warmest month forms, with a Jewel charm hanging lllitIaAr..pablo
Is February and the coldest U July. at one side. Another novelty Is a ribbon traiiis bnfweon m.o. Jacksonville and Pablo stated hnlcl ta not ItHelf cuaranteecl respnnelble nor for does any the delay Company or O. H.MALLORY: Co.,General Agents,Pier 21,E. River and 380 Broadway, N.Y.
Tho temperature! i In not as trying as with Jeweled! bugs set at Inter. Boavh dully enoopt ,Hundny. Zany sequences arising. thorefrom.

that of central Europe. The vals.
rainfall ---
for tho your Is II ;ht varying! from 5 Something new In material for tea Florida East Coast. Steamship Co.

to 20 Inclios. gowns! and wrappers Is a smooth faced PROPOSED SAILINGS Ocean'
Tile average\ Hoer farmhouse Is a low cloth, glossy as satin on one side and Steamship Co.

Stone 1 building with corrugated! Iron woolly after the manner of elder down tliAMi-IIAVANA LINE .

not, with a "stoop" along the front flannel on the other. It Is less clumy. Leave. Miami Sundays and Wednendays. i...,...11:00 1' ....
that takes the place of our porch. It however than the latter but Arrive Havana Monday.and ThiirwUys.. ............ .................... '.*)'P. m. "Savannah Line"Part
very Leave Havana Tuesdays and Fridays.. ........11UO: m.
too Is built of .(cues and! covered with soft and pliable and! much thicker than Arrive Miami W..ilomdnT and ttatardaya. .. .... ... 6:00)... m.
r day packed! and worn hard! an'dThe the brc.'itlcloths.-Now' York Sun. : : :J3.n1.J.., Par1: : Sea..... .
t awuth.t .. MIAni-KEY WEST LINE, .

state church of lane. Miami) Mondays, Wodnesdayn. anil Friday. .. .. .. ..........11:00: p. m. Fast Freight nod Luxurious Passenger; Route from
t I the Itoers Is the HUMAN NATURE.There Arrive Koy 14set'ruewtay., Thonvlays and Haturdars.,....... ......._Ll.UUnooa.; I
Hutch Uofuruied. It U divided Into I.savn Key West TuMdayH, ThursdAysaadMaturdaj* .... *
} factions, the Doppers) and! tint Radical Is nothing people remark so Arrive Miami WiHuieotaya. Frldayson4Nnndny.. .... .. .. ...... ...... ...." .. ....... 6:00.: 0p.ta... In, Florida to New York, Boston and the East. I

,,. The lust u med sing hymns i quickly as stinginess/ In others. J For ropy of .ln<*al 1 time cant OI\U.' IBM Went Hay Street, Jackimnvlllo. nr n itr, ...as
P. BKOKWITH. Trartio
M"oar' J. D. KAHMEB,
vlilch Is lunch A G. P. A.
against, the consciences Physicians are most appreciatedwhen Rf Anirnntln
..l of the I toppers. who consider SHORT RAIL RIDE TO SAVANNAH
'4 they and there U nothing whatever "--
L' practice" very worldly.Nacbtnmnl. .
the matter with
you. YSTEIVI.If Thence via Ship sailing from Savannah.
or communion, U the The first letter a child!\ writes Is eltlicr PLANT
Iseat festival of the floor calendar. t<> Santa Claus or to the relative FOUR, SHIPS EACH WEEK TO NEW YORK. TWO TO BOSTON.

This nt Pretoria U usually, the held capital.at Christina To this time wbo gives It the most presents. All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules.

the burghers feast When a man fusses his wife doesn't Write for general Information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservations, or call (an
come from
rp all the coun going Anywhere whether It be to the
rare so much that be I U displeased! as you j
try round and E. II. IIl
encainp about the TOY. WALTER HAWKINS
capi she fears! that the ,
neighbors will hear South East West
tal. The picture they form U like one blin. Traffic Manager, Gen'l Agt.: Traffic! Department.

r; .of old, nail truly paatorul.ifc When some people give parties It I Is Northwest or Southwest.Remember Savannah, Ga. 221 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville, FU

t not so much to entertain their friends
world What has 110'('\'l-i' done 'to uidke the us for tbe satisfaction of not Inviting that the PLANT SYSTEM of Railways and Steamship Lines with

Ititcly rpnifinlHT him Nothlng-ab- their. rmies.A gateways at Fort Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville Charleston Hongornery, Tlfton

"Uold on.nothing.now.; He You're has never"r married man attracts no more attention .: and various other polnt ,*wlth Its all the year round DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE JOB PBINTINC

getting ahea. than I. the bout route and that all Information be obtained promptly
of tile subject. He's made baseball player In winter can by addressingor
money to keep his heirs euouch but let his wife die and he will calling on
fighting an 1 OF ALL KINDS
his mime In the newspapers for attract as much attention as a !good H.C. McFadden
years Division
after he is gone/-Chlcago third base man at tbe beginning of the .. PassengerAgont. Executed at theADVOCATE
alt!. Times-tier- season-Atcblson Globe. 'r i- 133 Went Bay St., Astor Block Jacksonville, Fix,

B. W. Wrenn I> n8e'Trafflo Manager, Savannah, Ga PRINTING OFFICE.

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, J.AN, 20, 1900. 1 l!II'I I;,l

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IN IA T' RIVER 23OTEIr, HOTEL: : I r -:cr:_ _!t'r: :RIVER: ::: ;t


9 Opposite po toffice. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- .
rd.j. .
FLORIDA novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted ) '

,... Rates $2.50; per day and up. AV !
'"".-....... r B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. .
t J. G. BAST '
Proprietor. _______, _____._ _q ___________ ._ -0----. __ q '_ '. It. I
m7tcParfi a I
D FI r r N The hotel fronts on the
f? wide sweep of bl\y(7( miles
In width), formed by the HOTEL MAGNOLIA NOW OPEN t.. t
Indian; River, making iLaiill ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
delightful summer re
iplf OmrtMM11 t IIIrMhI ni i sort. Constant cool 1::.O()()i expended on improvements and new furnishings last year,
"' SSn rr' ,w l7 l;' breezes from the sea and and *".000 this season Hydraulic Klovator, Hot and Cole
i {', buy. Flowing sulphur Water Hat hi*on each Hoar; also 1'riviitu Itatli added to several ,
o tiMru t r ririavhtl.IP. 11'Pw' I rig spiings. Special summer suites and Heating I ArranscmentH ai e among the improvements; .
r ,, ,1 i4 ., rt rates. making: this popular house ono of the most comfortable and well ++a41alII VIII :11111111 111 1'Iw', +' r
equipped !hotels In the South. Write fur booklet. .

- _.--- lALlER! .MAcDOWELL!\ Proprietors.


Season 1800-11)00.! \ ) Now Open. Opposite the Hotel Alcazar and Alameda. Wide verandas, picturesque

The St. James needs no Introduction to visitors to Florida. From small be- lawns. Homo-like and comfortable. Rates moderate. This tine hotel In the orange growing section of the East Const U the largest

ginning In 180! the St. James has increased in size and added to Its appoint- GEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor hotel on Indian River. It has over 8X) looms, baths, barber shop, billiard and pool
meats with Increased popularity of the tourists' travel to Florida. room, electric lights, elevator, nod all modem Improvements. Cuisine excellent.
The location unsurpassed, being on the highest ground In Jacksonville, A Hint-dun* oichiMiirii. Do not fall to stop off at Hockledgo',ono of tho beauty spots
facing the St. James Park. Baggage checked to all points.
The St. .
Its music, as In the past seasons will\ be furnished by Prof. Ed. Prouty's George. .. .ST. ALOUTINaFLA of Indian Rlvor. S. PROS KEY, Proprietor
Orchestra, and will be of the high grade. This house, an In the past Is under -- -- r
the management of J. R. Campbell and everything will be dune for the com- t( l F. S. TYLKR, Propiletor. II. S. OIIKKN Ilanagor.e. IAU GALMK.
fort and pleasure of guests. Address by mull or telegraph, eo
: tr 5 Corner of the Plaza! and St. George Street. In the!
J. R. CAMPBELL Jacksonville] Fla.
f 'Y e/1' t4 very center of tho clly. Strictly!! Mrst-chut In every
It Olau. respect. Hates: f2.50: per day and upwards. Hotel Granada.

WINDSOR HOTEL... _rt Special weekly and\ party rates. EAU, GALL1K, FLA.

Half way down the E.int Count) min the bunk of Indian\ River, Hunt
The New
Algonquin Hotel, hunting and (Inning point on the Coast. Everything; new.. No nmlaila.

Large rooms good buds, plenty of ornnpeM and a tiirAitANTKEH TAIII.K.
K' 8T. AUGUSTINE, FLA. $2.00 to *:l.0f) per day. Special weekly rates.IIALLECJC .

...F1JONT1NO" OX THE PLAZA.. WELLES: Proprietor.' NOKL MITCHELL!\ ., Clerk.-

Under :New:- amid! Liberal Manngement. .. ___ _. _n __ __ _.__._ __ ,. ,_
Mont Centrally L"catod. Special attention EDEN.The .
to Tourlnt and Commercial travel.
$lfcs 4 Grand view of Hay and Ocean from! Veratid.m. -,, -----.---- &
The loading{ Hotel. Open the
KM&Kpjff&f year round ']fates $:J J to $2.60: per day. .
_5y Netlierby EDEN, On.IndinnKlver.Ono .
fc F,.C. HA7DEN, Manager. ,
Last Two Yours !Manager\ : Ocean View Hotel.
of the loveliest lomntionsontlit, river! All ,modern Improvements.
OPPOSITE CITY PARK: Hot and 1.ld. | baths sulphur t piling, Kxvi: RATES : PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. Plenty of fruit" 1111.110., Fish li, O') "'IIIIIII.I,, frt'Hli vugetitl.k's/ In abundance. -
$2.50; and upward. DODGE & CULLENS.MerrittNew ,
NiMlu-i rn cooking. \lloii'm* liiinilmiiiivly fninUhtd with all\ the
comforls of n h"",,,. floats. 'l'rnlnsstuirat| Unxloti million on tilt
This hotel Is now open for ROOMS ONLY. *It Is centrally located, near ,plmitntlnn. l I'lno.llplllllllllllct.. | l 11 re. M. A. CURTIS, !Manager.\
Po to1llc Bank And Cathedral.
: Rooms, 50cts to i.OO per day; tl.BO to (1.00, ( per week.V. .
Hotel Rathbun Oi.u CAKI.ETON.... ..IENNEN.Al .
1) SANCHEZ( Manager.
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Market and Bay Streets, fronting St. Johns River. American plan. l FLA.This : ) COUNTY.J. .

Family hotel; steam heat. OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Grill delightfully located hotel rear tho City Gate, overlooking .

rooms attached Florida trade especially catered for. Raton from old Fort Marlon and the bay now open for the season, under, the L. JENSEN, Proprietor.

$2.50 to $t. per day. Special rates by the week'or month.?.......... management of P. M.\ Snares, of the 1 Everett< House, Saratoga New HOIIKII; bent accommodations! on the East: Cout: ; (able first-class and
Springs, N. Y. For rates and! other particulars apply to cunvonlHtiuu and comfort., [lot nml cold uauim'Improvements.
I J. H. DALTOM In charge of office. C. A. MERRITT Lessee.PLACIDE every bailinj;
I*. M.SUAREZ, St. Augustine/ Fla. In the center' of the famous' l'Iueap'du| l t Muutlou/; Close to the IIII"tI; Fifth and
---- ------- --------- -..--------- The Everett House, Saratoga Springs, N. Y., will be open Juno 1, 1000. Oysturs.In abundance.! Term 01... erllto. t'

I ______ --0---- 0 .___ ____. __ _____ __ _ _..__ Don't Full to Stop ut JCMHUII Wliun' Visiting' Iiiilluti Illvcr.



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American Plan. $2.00 to.'T.OO per day.
liy 'bus from DAYTONA Station.
Electric Light: Steam befit, Private baths, Boating, }'[.hlnJ1.8I1rf: ,
Table unsurpassed. Rooms and Beds best In the City. Bus moots all trains.
Ilitthlng, Ocean pier and pavilion. Host bicycle road. In the
State. Buy tickets via F. E. C. R'y to Duytona. Under New Management. Open the Year Round. of
Free tickets on street cars to within one block of Hotel.
J. P. VIN1NG, Manager Cuisine a specialty. Rates $:.50 to ta.CiO:) ) per day. >
CIIAS. COUCH, Resident Manager. .. '

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[ESTMORELAND\ HOTEL... JACKSONVILLE West Bay and Cedar, FLA.Streets, GRAHAM[ HOTEL, Brick Hotel, PALATKA Overlooking, FLA.St. Johns, River. The Palms I WKHT: PALM BEACH, FLAA '

Rates fti.fiO: per day. Weekly and monthly rates. Convenient to all fli' t-clai hotel. Kltim'od' on beautiful! Lake
bunt. landings and Railroad Depots. J. W A'rKINilI.EE: Prop. Worth opposite Itityiii Pulnclnna., Electric lights,
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- Also Proprietor of the Old Sweet Springs W. Va. electric bull, !baths, pIe *:'J. # t.r/)0 and *::1 i per cluy. ptlolal rate by the week.

and table. Hot and ____ __ __ __ _h Time P"lmMVeClt" P.ilm Beach, Flu.KCotel .
ed this season, Fine cooking good Cold water

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes 'from any wharf or depot. All eLiANI). --

street curs pass the door. Rooms SOc, 73o: and $1 a day. Rooms and F<> S 2- _

board $2.00 to $2.CO: per day. ( Hotel College Arms DELAXD, FLORIDA.Is .
with Seven Cottages; and 10
Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor. ,

Acres of Land.

about one hundred miles south of Jacksonville III I of easy aeons to travelers .
New Hotel ROSELAND JACKSONVILLE, FLA. by the Plant System, being on the DeLand lirancir, five miles from ereBford.It .
Is located on high: rolling pine land. There are orange groves and pleasant j
drives in the vicinity. There are some fifteen miles of shell rood. about the ,
Under entire new management. Newly furnished and renovated. Cool, town, making it A paradise for riders. The sanitary arrangements are of the : tfir l4.s y .
quiet and comfortable. Electric lights and bells. Croquet, tennis and latest and most improved. The hotel Is lighted by electricity and heated with
bowling alloys. Good fishing and boating. Special table d'hote dinners steam while In every room Is an open fireplace. There has been an additionof 4

served every day at (a p. m. We supply the table with fresh vegetables seventy-five rooms with private baths, are single or en suite. The cuisine N4 +K T ,,.
will be kept at a high standard. A ilrst-clons livery stable connected The
from our own garden; fresh eggs! and chickens from our own poultry
milk and cream Is supplied[ by a private dairy of Jersey cows. Vegetables. are
yard; good rich cream from our own cows. Pay us a visit. Within from the home farm. The water I III supplied from an Artesian well. Terms, M
two blocks of the Ostrich Farm. 'ew 'phone 317. $3 per day and upward. Special to families. For further Information address 1I ,yra, ..rs')1.

C. W. RIPLEY, Manager, Hotel College Arms, DeLand, Fla. erw.y 6; y
. Rlpley's Summer Resort, The Slpploan, Marlon Mass 4Mtr'i i3 ? via" + t )I' It
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ItOCKLEI'UE. ,.yam hi1g r4= }4"As; ti ,# ltrMt3t t"r ; ayr

Nearest Hotel to Union Station; three blocks from new Post Office and y aaeN, +vylisiaWwM4"$1'4$4 '
'Government Buildings; centrally located on Forsyth street, between THE PLAZA HOTEL ROCKLEDGEI
Bridge and Clay streets on high and spacious grounds. Very pleasant -' ,
Parlor, Office and Dining Room, also large and airy: sleeping apartments This handsome new hotel located on the bank of the beautiful Indian River,
,single or en suite well and newly furnished with Modern Improvements In the heart of the far-famed Indian River orange region, is now open for the
reception of guests. A more delightful and attractive locality cannot be
; Electric Bells, Hot and Cold Water Baths etc. Popular Imagined than Rockledge, with Its beautiful walks, romantic scenery bearing
Prices. E. II. SANBORN", Proprietor. orange grove: tine boating fishing and hunting. Rooms with private 1
bath. lutes $:!.60 per day and upwards.. Special weekly rates.S. r

11. PECK Manager
Located at SARNO, three quarters of a mile ouihof[ EAU: GALLIE,

The Traveler's "Hotel. I ON INDIAN RIVER. FLORIDA, on the J'laU Oullle( Hiver. less than half w mile from the
aMae. NEW ROCKLEDGE HOTEL Indian River and two and u half mile from the Ocean. Tbe property
Opened December 1(1(,
la two hundred miles south of Jacksonville' on the Florida East; Coast
N. F. GARCIA Proprietress. Attractions-Full-bearing orange grove, livery, bicycling (ten miles river Railway, with the Railroad Station adjoining the property. Uulldlngs-

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. drive) bowling alley, boats for fishing and ducking, free excursions on erected in 1896, and some of them have never been occupied, the origInal
Electric Lights Electric Bells, Complete Service. launch to points of Interest. Rates $2.50: to $J per day. Special .,",eekl1'. owner having died a few month after their completion.The .

HOTEL IN FLORIDA. Correspondence solicited. hotel Will opened for about two months prior to the owner's
H. P. SHARES & SON Proprletofll.WHITE'S death, and has not been used since. All the buildings were erected in
Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Traveler's.; the substantial
:33T:; most manner and are now In excellent: condition. The

COTTAGE, hotel and cottages are completely furnished, and very little of the furniture o
has ever? been used. There are two artesian wells cisterns
twenty -
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Barton Avenue, Rockledge, Florida.
connected with
HOTEL OXFORD sewer.etc.
Opposite St. James Hotel. Terns: $l.fiO per day: 47.00 to 10.00 per week. The property cost the original owner 48,000 and will be sold at a

Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms comfortable and J. J. WHITE Proprietor. sacrifice. Tbe above cut fairly represent the property.For .
homelike and special< stay. Bates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jack- EZRA P,.HATCH, Hon. D. L. QAULDKN; WM. A. WARNOCK
Remember the ADVOCATE does Job
*nTUU' Printing. Caretaker on premises. Attorney for Owner Agent for Owner.
MRS. M. O. JTXLET, Propr. Van OsJlie, Florida. Tltosvllle, .. Jamaica, N. Y.


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\'. THE CHART QUESTION. warrants held by them, figure the Interest ROBBINS & GRAHAM I Carroll & Goldsmith:

if.: Cloa: 5b on each one, add all the Interest Items ,
together and then make out a bill against
1 Editor Indian River Advocate. the School! Board for the amount of Interest GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES, of All KiBfo&

,J FLORIDA JEWELERS The receipt of numerous letters from due. The Board then Issues a ...La"y orf ... Your patronage
warrant to each bank for the amount Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Solicited
1'' JACK'S!)NV1LLK, PALM BKACH, all portions of the county commending .
claimed as "interest on indebtedness, FLORIDA.
action In the School
and approving my 'STATE TITUSVILLE. -
Board matter and asking for Information which warrant is at once listed with the ..
other warrants and In dueoourse of time -- -- -- "- --=
Southern Souvenirs. concerning the same, In my excuse for UNITED STATES COURTS.
i :. again asking for space In your columns. comes in as part of the amount drawing
My former colleagues on the School! Interest at ten per cent. By this method I & Motlow< .

.THE ANHEUSER BUSCH Board state that they "decided to take 'interest on indebtedness" becomes Interest Lesley
I' the charts, books and maps in a lot at bearing; In other words this method Abstracts of Title i
Involves compounding interest the Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
on (
/ $((517.53, believing that It was as reasonable -
Brewing Asso's.FamoiiH school dobt. As far as I know tbl* com
could make. The
purchase as we
schools a need these supplies, even If we pounding of Interest Is believed to bepel'nlclous Furnished to land'In Brevard and Dade Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Whiskies
i ,,
and to the
St. Ixiulu Keg and Ilottloil have to carry the warrants over. The contrary spirit and Counties. Ales and Stout.
( Bottled Beers ---
Jloer. present need of the supplies warrant the letter of our constitution and laws, making --
the school fund hopelessly In debt,
I Sold by M.. .. LoHley <&: Motlow, expenditures This Is just, etc.the point at Issue. My and yet our County Superintendentstates A First-class Line of Cigars. .** Billiard and Pool Tables j

TltuHTille, Kin.By that the "It Is nothing new or startling We have, list of Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given
large trade
''t I Mr. V. L.Muiluw,focrta. Ha.Or judgment was purchase was nota anialao Family and hotel to U j
Mr W .1.Tucker Coconond reasonable one at all, and furthermore, but'approved by all business men. orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Tltusvllle\ ,FIB..
v Fort 1'teroo, Fla. that there was no need whatever that the county is not "hopelessly or
L AI:t'T :IDowned : S
warranted any such expenditure. harmfully In debt. But I shall leave "

JOSEPH ZAPF In support of this contention I will this matter to be settled between the Your
School Bonn lit!" th Knp"rlnt...ndentonthe Protect
state, thai If encyclopedias( needed by ourselves and clients. Price INSURANCE FIRE
for the schools-which fact can not be one hand, and the people on tthe Property Against
Sole Agent. I
satisfactorily demonstated-they could other. for unimproved lands $3.00 to $100.00per -
have been purchased, paper bound for 23 In conclusion, allow me to say to the LIGITNING nnd C YCLON S,
,f 010 to 020( Wont Bay Street, cents each; cloth bound for 50cents each. large number of citizens who have writ- acre.,
r I have of Chambeis'. Encyclopedia ten to me on the subject, that I am not I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Life
copy ,
JACKSONVILLE: FLA. paperbound, for which I paid the sum In politics. I am not an aspirant for office Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.
of 25 cents' and also a copy of the Amer- or for political preferment. Under WE have a few Residence, Orange
lena Standand, cloth bound, for which I the present systerrTand with the present For Rates Information, etc., call on or address CUAS. S. SCHUYLER.
JOHNSON LAW COMPANY paid the sum of fifty cents The SchoolBoard methods in operation, I would positively Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable Tltusville, Fla.
r could certainly have bought them decline to accept the County Supertn-

by the quantity as cheaply as I bought tendency, or any position or office con- locations. Prices Reasonable.
netted with school alfalrs.R. .
If the 'fjphools of the county needed N. ANDHEWS. INDIAN .

s SAMPSON NO. 2, maps they could have been bought of Cocoa, Fla., January 22nd, 1900. J f TITUSVILLE

and DRY BATTERIES, Rand, McNally & Co:, of Chicago, from .OFFICES; } and MIAMI.. FLA.Is .

whom the Board purchased geographies JACKSONVILLE TO THE FORE: prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or ]loose. Special attention I
FOR GAS ENGINE IGNITION. for the schools I have wall
a reversible
map AGAIN. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto,
four by six feet size, mountedon East Coast Meat Market
muslin bucking, with roller, for which T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.

I paid the sum of one dollar and ilftycents. The Jacksonville Board of Trade, mill ._.
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It Is a Rand, MoNally & Ca's. and railroad men, and lumber merchants G. F. DUREN, Agent
map; has that firm's name printed thereon of the metropolis of Florida deserve' great
I Ir In large type, and Is listed at $:.1.00. credit for the mannerin which they entertained ::!::3 A NICE CLEAN SMOOTH SHAVE
The School Board could certainly have !their friends on Wednesday, when c' 'Qri ::
1c bought these maps In quantity at the an ADvocATE representative. who was + ;
price I bought a single/ one. aboard, noticed that the program of the Aw T.c:7:
As to the charts, I must say that the day was carried out to the letter. The e.s you can always get when you use a Griffon

lending educators of not only Florida I visitors were the most prominent lumber I s=:>> razor. We (lave tile finest stock of
but of the United States, ]have dlHcardedthem. 'dealers of Indiana. At i 0:11):: a. m. about _: : t91 A' high

They are valueless. Good, up-to 250, after partaking of a delicious breakfast grade,fine tempered steel Griffon razon,

date teachers regard them In the main, at that popular hostelry, the WInd. S' fF that are guaranteed to be the best and most
as affording no real advantage. A prom sor, found six electric earn awaiting to
1J' bent winter resident of this. county, whoa convey them to the Ostrich Farm, where CyG satisfactory that Is made. Our stock of flat
a heavy tax payer here and who is not they arrived at 10 a. in. After spending -<=' vV /
Interested In the manufacture or sale of about an hour viewing the birds and :n+ y cutlery in table ware, pocket knives, main,
rt r J school charts In any manner, and who making purchases, made their way to TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. scissors and shears are the best manufac I t
can make a fair and disinterested state- another pretty place near by-the Hotel .
Full line of Eleotileal Supplies. ment concerning them, says that In the Roselancl, where they embarked on board :_ lured.

- JOHNSON LAW CO. state of Michigan) his home state, which the steamer May Garner. All on board, ,

S3*. SI W. Forsyth Bt. Juckiionvlllo, J1a.O10 has one of the best and most complete we started down stream, heading for the George Peoples... JAS. PRITCHARD & SON
.. school systems, after lyrvinggiven school noted Cummer's Mill. I say noted, be- ,
9 charts a fair and thorough tilal, they cause it Is looked upon alt the largest Olilfllbson 'fl'11snl1'tl1 "t "o.y., "1'
.rhc BI..cVC:1.Y: have been discarded as obsolete and lumber mill In the South. Arriving at bulldlnir.next .. TITUSVILLE, FLOUIDA.
worthless for educational purposes, and the mill about noon, all debarked and door to Carmth- ,

West Day St Jacksonville, they ana now "be bought for a song" viewed this Immense concern, which was en' barber. hop.WaahlngtonAve... TlTlTSVILLE, FLA. ----
So"much for what those at a distance very interesting to the lumber men of
FINE think of the value of school charts. Hon. the Northwest. After spending about Tlnsmlthlng, Roofing, Gutteringand . a Chas. A. Gardner,

Wines and W. N. Sheats, State Superintendent of an hour at the mill, watching the work- all kinds of repair work promptly FUNITURE,
Liquors Cigars. Public Instruction whose permission I Ing of the gigantic machinery and the attended to. STOVES,
r have to ,use the following extracts, In saws that cat both ways, we embarked
Anheuser-Busch Extra Pale on Draught. acknowledging the receipt of my resignation again, and headed up stream for Jack Work from down the River solicited DRY GOODS MATTINGS.,

Fine Cold Lunch Served Dally. described 'this purl-tease of school sonville. THOMPSON'S GLOVE FITTING
The best of Service and a pleasant quiet charts a."reckless. use of school funds." All ou board-having sharpened appetites .
sesort. JOHN Fi MUNCH, Mgr. He wrote further: from the morning's uxe.'tlo'nR-then MAINHARD BROS.,
"My position In regard to such expondltures sat down to a most delicious luncheon, WALL PAPER BUTTE lUCK PATTERNS' : ,

Is well known to all who have served by !Mr. Hennessy, of the 1St.James' .
CANCER kept up with my utterances on such hotel, which was done justice to by all. Cleaning and DyeingEstablishment SHOES :
mutters for the past few years.. After /going through the drawbridgeand TRUNKS, ,
In a later letter, he writes: up the river for some distance, enjoying -
NO CAUSTIC. "Once or twice in the School: Journaland the many things/ to be seen, we returned 12 :Newnan St., Clothing Titusville Fla.
TREATMENT PAINLESS. wharf about two r ,
cleaned and
previously Exponent my views to Main street dyed, repaired pressed.

Bellevlew Sanitarium were published on the subject of county o'clock p. m., where all debarked, very JACKSONVILLE FLA.

BELLEVIEW, FLORIDA. flnancies, and the purchase of charts and pleased with their tup. ,
other dispensable school devices, especpeclally A vote of thanks was given those I Indefatigable JOHN R. WALKER
when the County Boards were and courteous workers, Meters.. To ,
emtmrruHHed for funds. to run their II. H. Richardson and Chas II. Smith
NEAR & TAYLOR schools upon a cash basis" for their strenuous exertions making etti Furniture, Ice Cream Parlor
f; td Our /State Superintendent had Investigated .MO grout a Miiooeia of the entertain. New YearsBuyers. i\'"

: 'the chart business thoroughly; bud ing of Jacksonville's city /guests; and also Millinery Soda Water
Artesian WellCONTRACTORS ]! published his views and position so as to to that worthy and most enterprising .... ,

give wide publicity and warning to all gentleman Capt. O. E. Carner, for placIng -
concerned I, and was ready to advise the his boat at the service of the party. Dry Goods (Fount and bottles.)
'I J County Boards the Involved Have just received an elegant line of ,
on very points -
|s: h.Uf figs, raisins, walnuts, filberts, almonds Cigars & Tobacco.Confectionery .
1 ) In this cane. But from some lnsorit-) NO'rICE-Oenulue Cocoa Cola can be ,
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> Eau Gallifl, Fla. ablo renson only the agent of the chart obtained at the fountain of Jon R. pecans, bananas, oranges, cocoanuts, Notions, etc.
company was consulted. Walker, THusvllle. V. II Crusnello, dried poaches, apricots and apples; also [ etc.
My former colleagues were either not agent Cocoa.Cola Co., Atlanta, Ga. call you attention to our candy, the best "Star Building." :
posted AS to the worthletigness of charts; and purest in the market, la put up Inline ("at the old stand.")

For Sulo. wore not aware of the position of the [Send the ADVOCATE an order for any one pound boxes or the cheaper Give me a call. Polite and courteous attention. Mall orders receive prompt

It acres choice-land, at Ooorglana, State on Superintendent these matters,of and Public did not Instruction know- job printing you need.] grade quantity.30 pound All kinds paths of Can canned buy goods.in any and careful attention. Yours for business, JNO. R. WALKER.

i 9 fronting Indian and Banana Rivers, partly that the purchase of these charts. was a Our stock nice and fresh, A I. Money ----
cultivated. ---
I Address $l,100.0Oj; terms to suit. "reckless use of the school fund" or else CHURCH NOTICES. saved customers.
OOUHTLANO they were duped by the oily tongued John B. Massa
Bl7CKMAN, agent of the chart publishing company. Archdeacon B. F. Brown, has beenIn BROTHERSL'
22 logon st., Jacksonville Fla. The County Superintendent. states that Orlando this week, attending/ the 217 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

he was "bitterly opposed to the purchaseof Episcopal. Convention.

Eggs! for the arithmetical charts" What disarmed will bold .
Hatching. Archdeacon 1) F. Brown
his opposition to the purchase of P. L. Turbyfill
services In St. Gabriel's Episcopal churchat GROCERSGAY
these last? He scales down the school ,
White Plymouth Rocks, the coming debt with Titusville, nextSl1oday-mornlng aud .

fowl, exclusively Stevens' Imperial there la a vivid so strain many of"probablys" that evening. Feed and Sale Stables
uncertainty run. Livery
strain, mated with cockslmpok't.od from We make a Special Feature of our
A. C. Hawkins[ the nlng through; it. I am of the opinion Services In the Presbyterian church,
Rocks. famous breeder of that the uncanoled, tindestroyed warrants Sunday, Jan. 23. Sunday school ail:45): ;
Eight/ breeding pens after Jany. "The Mind I have some of the finest horses and Mail Order
1st, UMK, )(). Price to suit I constitute the debt of the School a.m. Preaching: subject, Department.
FHIEDI.ANDEII, Intorlnchon everyboly.If. .Fla. Board, but the Superintendent runs his of the Master," at 11 a. m. Song and carriages In this section of the country.
optimistic pen along through $275:! of the praise service at 7:13: p. m. Subject:
warrants representing the Tltusvllle "The Curse of Uselesxness." Call and see me. Reasonable rates.P. I Knowing] bow difficult It Is >In some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES

The Orlando Nurseries school building, and save they "will not CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them tilled I
t be paid.. How does he know? Have Shoemaking and .Repairing. L. TTJRBYFILL, promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory. !

I these warrants been destroyed Have We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House in East Florida, and has l
Offer for November and December de they ever been in the possession. of the All kinds of repairing promptly at- Waynesyille, -. North Carolina. many articles not usually found In other and smaller houses.

livery 1.1HK( )() choice budded orange/ and Board By whoso authority has pay. tended to by' William Bassett, Hopkins gjanD SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST

)grape fruit trees; are four years old; sour mont been stopped street (near Uouknlghl'a/ boarding house),
orange stock. ,OI HI) sure bearing fig The Superintendent states that the Titusville,' FI.L. ---
) VP You'a of : Vegetables
trees, 1'encli, Plum Pear and crop Early: ,
Persimmon .
for all will
..'" '''trees, 'all\ lending: .and best varieties. 13,80O: If toacltoiK purposes) ttuinrius not will exceed Un I fl oranges, Pines, etc., to ship ? E. A. -W ADD'ELL
:!SIJIJO' the most peculiar and InterestIng
camphor trees. Imported seed amount u> $!>,0X( and books mind the pay VISIT We can use your consignments to an van- ,

f Write everything for carried by Urst-class nursery of the Board are $1K( () more, what will | sight) In America , tage. We will please yon. Stencils on Miami City and Dade County _
prices, to bo done with the other $:IMINHI( The Superintendent
OEO.' II. WHIOIIT, has THE FLORIDA.OSTRICH application. Correspondence solicited.
so befouled the figures; .
General Manager Orlando NurBurlos. with "piobilblys" that It i lit exceedingly KAISER BROS.: Real Estate Bureau.!

k dittloult to keep tally on his results.! Wholesale Commission Merchants\ ,

The lent Barber Shop. The Superintendent states' that "the Farm Knoxville, Tenn.

Board/ owed In 1807-08, 5,057; paid during -A select list of-
1808.00, tl,2l.|; "
''I I ,! Artlstio hair Cutting(: Shaving, Sham-\ I admit that there were $1,21.1: of warrants Palmetto Drug Store, Daytona. Buy
'} J"'olnll JACKSONVILLE. DiNcnyn:
etc & Propcrty
I ? Porcelain Blth: Tuba with paid l by the Treasurer and destroy ,
Electrical: Baths Drugs, medicines, chemicals,fine toilet 1
If" ; attache.! Everything ed by the Board, but what amount In City Lots Fruit and and
brushes combs Vegetable Tracts of all
I 1 up-to-date. o. P. HUNTINOTON, Prop. warrants was Issued to take the place of soaps, perfumery and sizes for nvestmeots. ,Prosphate
J :.KW; Went Bay St Jacksonville. those destroyed? tw M: fancy toilet articles in great variety. ORANGE GROVE LANDS on West Coast.
lank the Superintendent to toll the taxpayers t propr. For Correspondence enclose stamps. Agent for ,
q i cJP-:: Subscriber, your attention of the county when was there
,l 'i to the name-nnd-late drawn ever dollar In the treasury to.the creditof -We want to draw the attention of & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS,
your paper or slip panted: upon the school fund, over and above outstanding our numerous readers, along the East Fertilizers, Chicago Ill. Chicago, 11.!
1 a:, arrears, please wrapper.remit. you are In warrants. Coast, and throughout the state In general Avenue D, over Bank MIAMI, FLORIDA.
Li1! I I I would like for the Superintendent to to the advts. of,the live and energetic -
I tell the taxpayers when the debt of the business men who are bidding fora
"I' TITUSVillE'S TRAINS. School Board-the aggregate .of all unpaid share of your patronage la the columns 2=3D:eJ. CICIfcvdlS:: ::: : :J"3T.: : TITUSVILLE, FLORIDADEALEU

1 warrants-was l leas than .1,0(10.()( of the ADVOCATE. If you are In need _
\,, The following/ the times of The method vogue) now Is to Issue of any particular' line''of goods/; the pink INU
and departure of arrival warrants onthoTreasurerforthe amount paper will\ tell you the best pll\Co.to buy
pa J IIongur trains to
and them. Read the ads. ,
front Titusville money ata ed. There being no moneyor "
not enoiiRh-In the treasury. the a=

I......TltiiKvlIla anornnovan.for 1'11'011' and I l at 9 recipient of the warrant-say a teaoher- Remember that the INDIAN RIVER
Intl'rllll'ltnte paints I' .''t.e:rZs::11.11,11\ nets: It CMshed by a merchant and the ADVOCATE does all kinds of job printing
A.t.ee pea
I .. front" JAckoOllVllll1.. ....1/:1\:1: ... latter deposits It in one of the banks of at short notice. Send them an order U
44 .. 4:.:/11. the County. There U an N.arly2ne taantiobinteetendtng 8 to 19 feet s
.. arrangement and be : :
Sanford 1:25: .. blahwelghluiKeltoeatpoundseach.: < Ofitrlchne convinced that It la the. place to
with the banks
NnI\T"nOtTND. that the School Board u, egg.,cwtrlch cluing and baby oetrlcbe.U..I. have job printing done.
i.aa.TltnevllleforJaekelnvllie t:1B will p.iy them ten per cent Interest on all Just b.toh. U
.. and Intermellate pokey I at wan: p.m warrants they hold. ...escort vtalton through the farm explaining
for Sanford t' pm may Quarterly orsemlannually all about tb. blrrta' heir pee ., babh., S3T":: Reading notice ads. on this page
TWs.m: the banks make a list of plumage, eta are five cent line week.


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