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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: February 2, 1900
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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oclc - 34175702
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
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OL.10. NO. 33. TITUSVILLE_. FLORIDA. FRIDAY FEBRUARY Q, 1000. PRICE Be.
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LOCAL NEWS, -Mrs. Samuel Colt, Mrs. R. W. IT. -Mrs. Wm. Jarvis of Cocoa has been THE PALMETTO CLUB HUNTING AND FISHING ON AMONQ'THE HOTELS.
Jones' and Miss Brown of Hartford, spending a few days In Jacksonville, this
nd Topics of General Interest. !onn., are guests of the Palm Deach Ion. week. THE EAST COAST. -
Met at the Hotel Indian River Rook- ,
-Mr. Jas. F. Mitchell Is again In his Attorney M. Goldsmith paid a professional edge, as the guests of Mrs F. J. Sim. The AnvooATB Is now on file at all

former position as chief book keeper at visit to Georgians on Wednesday moos, of Detroit Mich., and Mrs. C.VanBergen. Several guests at Hotel I Plaza, Rock- the best hotels In New York city.
olety and General Gonslp In connectionwith the mammoth store of Geo. N. Hatch, of Ashevlllo, N. C.. on Wednesday ledge, have made some fine catches offish Where to the
East Coast.
along
{ Blsoavn Bay Lake Worth, Indian ockledge.. There} this week. stop
Banana Mid Halifax" Rivers, Key Wee -Col. Winfred S. Proskey, brother of was quite a large attendance See list of hotels on 4th, Oth and 7U

and all other Important Points along:the -Capt. A. W. Bule, of this place, baa Manager S. Proskey, of Hotel Indian and a most delightful afternoon was Mr. E. II. Forbrush, of Boston while pages. ,

East Coast of Florida. Brief mention ofinteresting been busily engaged lately, getting statistics River, Kockledge, Is now In Paris. spent In playing progressive euchre etc, hunting\ Banana River, Monday, killed Do want to hotel
and
of the amount of plantedIn Mr.\ Simmons very kindly assisted the ladles wild you purchase I
acreage a large oat.
[ Events from Various Parteof vegetables along the East Coast. -Mr. Chas. B. Jefferson, of Ilobe In dispensing punch. A prize ofa cottages ? If ;you do, road ad on 7U '
the World About People You Know Sound, has been visiting his father Mr. handsome souvenir spoon was given to Mr. C, M. Morrlck of Now thigh ton, paRt j

nd People You Don't Know- Picked -Mr. Chas A. Merrltt. supt. of the Joseph Jefferson, at the Inn, Palm the; lady winning the most games. The Pa., ,Is, said to be making some Hue llsh Those about to visit Florida would dot

up by Our Society Editor and a large staff F. E. C. Buffet Department was ,a' pasflengor Beach, this week. president, Mrs. J, M. Paine, of Coooa, catches at Ormond. well to note the names of the host hotel d
of Correspondents scattered, along the on Morday's northbound train. successful\
f East Coast of Florida. en route to Jacksonville from a trip to -Mr. E. II. Mace, of New 1"ork, and the was last the all unit.were At Invited the close to the of George Carter and Roy Wothey trap. at which to stop, on our 7th page.
game,
-"' ':" :'.- Palm Reach. his attendant, Mr.A J. Gilttln. who have dining room, wheie dainty refreshmentswere ped and shot a wild cat Monday morning Tourlsts'ahouhl remember that Rock-.
been spending time at the Indian at Georgians.1
some
THE ADVOCATE, -Now Is the time to get good seed River hotel, left/ here, yesterday for Palm served and all did full justice. ledge hAS throe fine b'ltellt-Ilotel Indian .t l
The 'Twenty rabbits killed around River, Hotel Plaza and the Now Rockx
>otatoes-bliss Triumph Rose dining room was handsomely decorated were a !
,$1.50 per" annum, In advance." Dakota Rods ,Beauty of, Hebron Early etc., Ueach.Mr. with palms, and Manager Prns- two-acre bean patch, at Bauynn, two lodge hotel. :4ifr
'1.00 six months, Robert Ranaon of TI- koy did all ho could to make the ladled mornings, this week.
countries Marx Bros., 131-33: : East I iBay street, formerly A, T Croamcr, of the Intervals
$2.00 per an. to foreign Jacksonville, Fla.: .usville, but now residing In.Winston, N. of the Club foul at home In tils line hos Capt. llulo caught two wagon loads hoime t, N./ II..111 again Installed saoashler

when you subscribe for the ADVOCATE C., paid a flying trip to I St.: Augustine: telry. The affair was a grand success of Huh, hOlr'1lallyau.: !Monday: night and of Hotel Ormond, Ormond vthire" the
by the year, It does not cost you Messrs. Alex. Cochrane, G. O. Hammond this week. Mr. Hanson represents the and Mesdames Simmons nnll l Van hiergeu owing to the cold weather he coaxed; AUVOOATK follows him. ,
ree cents per week postage Included. and Dudley B. Fay: left here Wednesday Acetylene Gas Co., of New York. are to be congratulated on the result uf hU operating
t Note date of expiration printed upon for Boston, after spending abouta this pleasant social event. nets at two o'clock a, m. itliiHtriiteil foldors of the flne East

our paper or wrapper every week. This month at Canaveral Club house 61 r.2ochr -Editor R. A. Russell of that popular Mrs.\. M. Woolsoy and Miss Woolsey, Coast hotels, etc., to be given away free,

) a receipt for your money. No need ne says he had a fine time. oils evening/ paper, the Jacksonville Metrop of helm, Ala., meets of Hotel Indian. lit the ADVOCATM' olllce. Send two-cent .,
passed Titusvllle Wednesday TERRIBLE
through ACCIDENT
River, ItockUulgo, were out fishing on stamp to pay postage. s
br us to end receipt for subscription Captain and Mrs. F. M. Brown, of on his way to Rockledge. He stopped -
the date gives It to you. New York, have been guests of Hotel off at Titusvllle yesterday and Indian River Monday morning' nnd caught: The New Di/vnt hotel, Jacksonville\ U
gave
rr Please place this paper In your Indian River, Hockledge, this week. Mrs. I is a pleasant call A report has been received at this bf- two the tine trout, which they brought home now, open, andls under the management .a

fading room. Brown Is a sister of Commodore F. D. floe that a special passenger train on to hotel. of Mr 1). W.. Sperry! a well-known hotelman .

n The INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE Is on Hughes, wjio has been. enjoying himself -Mr Jerome Twlchell, of Kansas City, the Plant System, near Winston Fla., The other day Mr. Wm. Rlngler and who' has repalntodpapered I

kla at; the following news-stands at five fishing, at St. Lucie, for some weeks Mo., Is still In this section where he is ran Into some freight cars, smashing up party' of New York guests uf Hotel, furnished,, the house from top to bottom,
>nst. receiving a hearty welcome from his the engine and several cars, and Injuring Indian Rookledgo, landed some making It one of ,the most cosy 1I0t.laln
Ants per copy : I IMr. friends. He will and killing of the and IUverj
many soon leave for many passengers: fine iish hugest the
bans 2:1' city
weighing +
iTUusville-B. R. Wilson & Son. and Mrs. W. E. subscribers .
Ripley
West and train 0
Cuba crew Mr. N.
: Key on a pleasure tripof yesterday. Thompson Ibs. Dr.
C. and V J. Slut
VanUergen
S J. D. Screven. to the pink paper from Providence, I a few weeks. of the McFhrlitnd Fruit Protection Mr. Edwin S. Sterry, the father ofMessrs.
{ Jacksonville-Rftthbun hotel. U. I., have been enjoying the hospltall- Company Is said to have been aboard at mono go nut nearly every day, and bring Fred anti Loland Sterry, of Paint
St. James hotel. ties of the Inn, Palm Beach, this week. -Mr. W. L. ?May of the Free Lance, the time, but escaped without Injury. In some big catches Some claim they Beach, whose death recently occurred.
>< hotel.St Jacksonville who has been are beating the previous records. of Bennett .
Windsor from there they went to Hotel Ormond. occupying a 'WON for many years the loading photographer
j : Augustine-Alcazar hotel. Mr. Ripley owns a pineapple plantationon position with the MoFarland Fruit Protection of New York; GrlfUths, of New of Albany, N. Y., and also oon-
I Ormond-Uofel Ormond.RockledgeHotel Lake Worth. Co., at this place for some time Died at Georgian ProvidenceB'n'lley; of Potomac Md., ductetl a studio all Saratoga. De retired
i Indian River. post left here Wednesday, on his return and Bowen o' t'hlladolphlu. from business several
years ago
1 Palm Beach-Royal Poinciana. -Supt. Geo. G. Gleason, has opened to Jacksonville, where he will again be. At her home In Georglana January II. M. Is* and friend), II. L. MoCatie,
.. <. The Inn. an office at Rockledge In connection with come a resident 31st. JI!()() Mrs. Flora Wlttfeld died ink The Windsor hotel Jacksonville, Is a
were out n shooting with A. H. Cur-
the I. R. &. B. b. Steamboat Co., where aged well concluded house and Irneps full
be l Is ready to give: all information In connection -Capt. C.F. Fisher of this place, whole about forty years. She was mar- ter last week and bagged seventy ducks nearly all the time. It Is under the well
rnr- Reading notice ads. are ten cents with these steamers which run In command of the United btalessteamer lied to Pwter Wlttfeld nearly twenty !Messrs Peck, Lance and Klngmsn wore known nmnagment of Dodge it Cullens
Half Moon bits arrived at Nue- years, ago; two children were born to hunting, Wednesday and got n fine lot, ,
er line on thin page.; from Rookledge to West ,Jupiter. Mr. who are ably assisted by the following
them, Mary and Carl, who lire now fifteen Mr. Pock killing Messrs. ;
Noel A. .Mitchell in vitas, Cuba. The name of the above twenty-two. '
charge.Mr. M. I.. Howard chief clerk M. D. lIart
of ; ,.
-If want to buy goods our and twelve of
you steamer has been changed to that of years age, respectively Lee and MoCane are out again to-day,
ntusvllle merchant: read their ads on II. A. McFarland, New Haveo2onn. Prochazka. when they need most a mother's l fc" and of course they wilt come buck loin.I- room olerk; l D. t>. Whlddan, ambler; andI'

lth page. ., has arrived\ In town. He Is .a log care and guidance. The Aged motherof ed down with ducks. As the thousand S. Lawrence, key clerk.,

} -Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Simmons of De- brother of President W. II. McFarland, -M;.. F, T. Budge and little daughter the deceased, Mrs. P. A. Black Is left Islands are full of them. I It Is a veritable The Placitle hotel, Jacksonville according

olt, Mtcb., are pleasantly located at IIoel of the Fruit Protection Co., and is now Dorothy, who have been spending to mourn the death of her only daughter "II II nter'i Paradise. Si says the Au- to Its register, Is still keepingup \
I Indian River Rockledgs, for the seal employed in the tent factory which Is several weeks In town with Capt and Mrs. Wlttfeld has been a great sutTuier VOOATK correspondent at Georg" na, Its reputation under that able andtillable
,
still running night! and day, so fast are Mrs Jas. Prltchard. left for Miami on For a number of years' and her death was manager, Mr, Chas. Couch. Tho
on. orders for tents (Mowing in. Wednesday. Miss Kate Prltchard, who not unexpected; she was ready and will. Mr. Geo. A. Otis and wife, of Chicago, Plflcldo has kept pretty full t this last
l -A few fine double yellow-headed accompanied her sister has gone to- West Ing to go; when the summons came. The are making the rest of the /guests of the week with guests, coming and ,
-Yachtsmen go\ng\ ;
ilex lean parrots; German Canary stagers and others, who are Palm bench.on a visit to friends., Family have the sympathy of all In their Now Kookledgo hotel, Hook ledge, envious' anti\ all speak well of Mr. Couch, his assistants
about to visit the East Coast should
U. i of the luck they have thus far had dang .
nd pigeons for sale Mrs. E. Arm- sad bereavement
|trong; 55 Bay street; Jacksonville, Fla. read the ads In ADVOUATE before purchasing -Miss L. Greaves, sister of the well ling with the finny tribe. Friday last and Uio treatment at tho hotel.

their supplies. Also take note known manager/ Mr.Joe., Greaves, of they landed two channel bass, the larger James Curloy formerly! chef of Stoning
t -Mrs. L. C. Sobuyler of Brooklyn, of our Titusvllle and Rockledge adver.tlRers'wben the Hotel Alcazar, St. Augustine, Las To Be Married. weighing il'l: pounds and the smaller 11. ton hotel, New York, has beets .re-
Y., who has been spending several on Indian River. The ADVOCATE arrived\ at that hotel, where site will On Monday they came In with twit mora e-ngngod this winter at Nevlnw Klvervlew

eeks In Richmond Va., expects to Is on sale at the news stands of spend the remainder of the season She Invitations have been Issued for the of nearly equal size fir( C. A, Nagely, Merrltt This Is his second winter at
me to Titusville In about a fortnight.Mr. all first-class hotels on the East Coast has quite a record among the lady bowlers marriage: of Miss Caroline II. Hours to of New Philadelphia, O., who Is also a the above hotelHe Is said to be a fine

and Mrs. Robt. Sharpe and Miss -Rev. J. T. Huntington of Hartford, I and Is quite an expert bowler. Mr. John S. Bond at St. Johns Episcopal guest of the New Rockledge, has broughtIn cook, always< pleasing and obliging/: (, and

Emma Sharpe, of Atlanta; also Miss Conn.; and his son. Dr. II. Huntington\ Major: John B. Tugnl, of the old and church, Jacksonville, on Wednesday several strings of sea/ trout, which was chef at the AvAoa Villa, Bath Beach
anet Sharpe of London recently passed of New York, will shortly arrive at the reliable wine and liquor house, on East evening, the 14th Inst. The wedding would compare favorably with some of for nine seasons He has been engageto :
rough bore, on their way to Palm Ormond, on their way to Lyratla and Bay Jacksonville, has many true and will be followed by a reception at the the catches of last year; one string of go to Puils this.summer' at a big. i
Tltu vllle. For some time past Dr. tried friends far and near. On Monday residence of the parents of the bridetobe the above gentleman's contained sixteen salary

ach.Mr. Huntington has been busily engaged In last, the Major received a gift from a Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hours, Kant Adam which tipped the scales at 45 pounds, The Duval hotel Jacksonville! 'Is ,
| and Mrs. O. A. Jones Master O. now
,
L New York, where he has been employedby friend of a large barrel of most delicious street, Jacksonville. The ADVOCATE Other guests at the above hotel who go and everything is clean and
of open, new
Jones ned Miss Helen a. Jones,
the oysters from the west coast. tenders hearty congratulations, In ad out almost dally In their endeavors toecllp..e
few York enjoying their visit to U. S. government as one of the Major from attic to baxument. Mr. II. W Sperry
are
experts In a pure food case, which Involves Tognl returned thanks to the friend whoso vance. the records made heretofore are: the proprietor, Informs us that his table
ockledge, where they are making many Messrs. W. A, Lutz of Shlppensburg
the nice little sum of $800,000.( ( kindly thought of him. will not be surpassed by hotel la
lends. any
I'u.; R. Cabin, New York city J. K.
Dr. Huntlngton writes us thatas soon as -The Indian River Band gave a concert Had Accident at Emu dull, .. Kluck ; Florida, as he Intends keeping It well
-Judge Lorens Zeller, Wm. Rlngler the trial is over, lie will leave for the and cake walk at the Opera house New Haven, Conn. supplied with the beat list, oysters,

pd Jacob Elblng, three well-known East Coast of Florida-probably about Tuesday evening, which was enjoyed by Joe Dukes watchman on the steamerSt. game fruits and vegetables In season;
jsidents of New York have been spend tne 15th: of February. Married. {his bads
quite a large audience. AfU-r the band Sebastian, met with an unfortunate and -the luxury and' comfort
jig several days at' Hotel Indian River, -1>11'. and Mrs. Charles E. Maunders bad played several selections, the cake accident last Saturday evening While to the tired traveler-are the beat; that

ckledge. and twe children of Rutland, Vt., who walk began. Four couples-all of whom lighting a lamp over the engine, his foot The following" marriage announcement money could buy. The olllce start of

-Sir George and Lady Errlngton, of spent last winter In Titusvllle" are guestsof ; played the "Nigger" to perfection-com caught In the machinery, bearing through was received at this office on Saturday the Duval Is composed of a very gentlemanly

England, recently passed through.TitusHi ; the! Indian River hotel. Mr. Saunders peted for the prizes. The first prize- I his shoe and Injuring throe toes si,) badly last: "Commander and Mrs. John K. lot of young follows, as follows:
lie, en route to Hotel Royal Poinclana, Is the Georgia agent: for S. F. Bowser: 13.00-was won by James Greek and I they had to be amputated lIe showed Wlnn announce the marriage of their !Messrs. H. U. O'Ntlal, D. Butter, heaves;

aim beach; where they{ expect to re- Co., gasoline tank manufacturers. This Bert Ives; second-$;J.OO-Ed, Knox and I a lot of nerve during the painful ordeal niece, Dorothea Huntress Watts, to Mr. with 0. Garvla Gllmaloe as steward.

pain several weeks. firm offered a prize to the agent making Phillip Wright. It was quite an enjoyable and will be confined to the house for Edwin Alexander Waddell on Thursday The following hotel and boarding

I wishing to buy a nice little the biggest: number of sales: during 1800. affair some little time. Jan. 2Hth, 11HX)(), Chelsea, hll.. At home house ads. will be found on our Seventh!
-Anyone About BO competed, but Mr. Saunders after Feb hat, Miami Fin."
estdence and orange grove at a bargain -Dr. d. VaaBargen and wife, large: pages
Waddell
Mr. and bride-to whom
declared The
ould apply to Mr. Wm. M. Merwin.ock was the winner. prize wasa property owners and well-known residents -Mr. P, S. Smith representing the referred In last we Jacksonville! St. James, ,Windsor,
to the Paris at the expense our I..ue-pall.ed through;
Exposition
ledge. He hRs more houses andrange trip of Albe.llIe. N.C., have been guestsof Mutual Mercantile agency, of New Nork, here Sunday:! last. nl&thbun, Placldo, Westmoreland, Nsw
of Bowser & Co. Naturally Mr. They were ens route
( groves than he needs and Is pre Saunders feels quite pleased over, his Hotel Indian Klver, Rockledge, where gave our office a call\ :yesterday.A to their home at Miami, where Mr. Wad Hotel homeland, Grand View,. Oxford
pared to dispose of a couple. the Doctor is having .a glorious time, New Duval Traveler.
Informs dell Is a prominent real estate denier.
success. lady us that having useda
and Seabreezet
fishing The Colonnades.
hunting. They expect toleave
-Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Huston and son, Singer machine for the first timeandshe We wish the happy couple a long and
-Mrs. M. Woolsey and Miss Woolsey for the Royal Potnolana, Palm : I'alatka: The Graham.
[>f Chicago; passed through here Mon- prominent and wealthy residents of Beach, tills week. Dr. Van Bergen went has tried A number-she Is so delighted prosperous married life. DeLamll College Arms.

3ay, on their way to Cocoa, where they Selma, Ala., have been on a pleasure tripto as far as Jacksonville, Monday, to meet with It that she Intends for the Tltusvlllai Indian River hotel; and
own a fine winter residence, yacht, etc. all the resorts along the East Coast as Miss Thome of Buffalo, a ciend of his future to use no other. They are foundat An Opening Reception at at. AuguMlne.The Bou knight and Delsner boarding bouses.Kockledgot .

heir many friends are alway pleased toreo as far as the Royal Palm, Miami, this wife returning to Rockledge with her corner of Laura and (Forsyth St., Hotel Indian River, Plaza,
Indian River. Mr and Mrs. Jacksonville. Mr Wells. the
them on week. They spent a few days at hotel on Wednesday manager, following Invitation was received Now Rockledge, White's Cottage.
Walt found
Huston were accompanied by Mrs. will be most courteous and obllg-
Huston's mother and Miss Indian River, Rocklodge, en route, where at this olHce on Saturday last "Tha. Kiku Gallle: The Granada
(Mis.of ) the guests: were much pleased with Miss To Hunters Sportsmen.Those log. Management presents Its compliments, Fort Pierce: Fort Pierce hotel.
nary Chicago. Woolsey's singing. After visiting Miami, and -Among those who arrived at the India and desires to be honored by the presence Eden: Netherby.

_Commodore John B. Russell, Jr.f they cleft for Hotel Royal Poinclana River hotel, yesterday, were the following of the ADVOCATE: editor and ladyat Jensen I The AIJI'rellCo, r
Hartford, Conn...bas bad his fine antIOilY Palm bleach After leaving Palm Beach hunting venison safe duck., or other : J. C. Bates Savannah; Dewey the opening reception of the Casino, Neptune Neptune house.
yacht Eleanor, anchored at Rock- Mrs. Woolsey and daughter; informed an game: In season for should communicate Heywnod, Chicago; E. "'. Rumpus Daytona St. Augustine, Wednesday evening Jan. West Palm Beach I The Seminole, The

,dge for a week or so. He Is having a ADVOOATB representative that they with I B. W. Sperry, Proprietor ; M. L. Murphy, Baltimore; A. R. 81, 1000." The above event was strictly Palms.
peasant time, and making/ many friends would go to San Antonio and other Duval Hotel, Jacksonville, Florida. Rogers, Mrs. A. U. Rogers. Clarence by Invitation, and those who were lucky Magnolia Springs: Magnolia Springs

j>n Indian River. The lady guests of places In Texas. They are quite delighted Rogers, Williard Rogers, Archie Rogers, enough to be present vote It as being one hotel.

otel Indian River are much pleased with Palm Beach. Snap in Heal Estate New York; L. Humphries and wife, of the most delightful occasion of the Hotel Indian River. Rookledge: ,with

vlth the delightful sail the genl.il Com Flemlngton, N. J.; W. A., Light foot, St. season Supt. A. M.,Taylor doing his utmost Its array of beautiful flowers and tropical

odore gave them this week. Notice. Winter homes, Orange: groves. I havea Louis; E. S. Martin Chicago; Rufus A. to make his guests comfortable and plants, keeps one la mind of what a

few special bargains In Improved properties Russell, Jacksonville.Send give them an enjoyable evening. delightful tourist resort Rockledge Is.

The City Tax Books are now open at from Fort Pierce southward to Many of the orange trees still have or-

Reducing Stock. I the Court House every day Sunday ex- Eden.; Two young orange Groves, one [ the ADVOOATB an order for any Died at Stuart.Mrs. angel: on them, which add to the beautyof
I cepted from 9 to 11 a. m, and one to 2 52T) trees one flfJO trees. Fine condition. Job printing you need.] the place; and the hotels supply the

., In order to reduce my stock before p. m. Along railroad\ south part of Brevard Clutch who has been sick several guests with orsnges from their own
opening my yard In Palatks, I am offerIng M. S. Jonas: Jr., county. Lands suitable for groves at Hotel Wanted. months died on the 21th. The funeral groves. The news stand at the above
lumber' and other building material I City Tax Collector. .:25 to$:JO per acre. Write for plats, price was held the next day at 1 p. m. After hotel Is now. open, and all the latest New
low Write me. lists and pamphlets.C. York papers books and periodicals*candles
pit very prices. a song Dr. Hanay read the Episcopal
McCARTT P. O. Ankona FU. to well-located hotelIn ..tut well as tho pink of the
GEO. F. PADDISOX, ICockledge. Indian River, I want purchase a burial service, when she was laid I f> rest paper
Etc Gallic Fla. Railway station North Ankona, Fla. the South; 40 to lax) rooms; furnish beside her son.. Her remaining awn who East Count-theADVOOATB-may be
ed muse be a bargain. Address, with obtained there. Manager S. Proskey II'
;
faithful
all
Has one of the most attractive and was so during these trying
Furnished very full particulars and cut or photo, months winning gulden opinions from his m nyguests
has the of the
best-stocked stores along the East Coast Fine Lnnches. sympathy oommunltv. -
To If possible, "The Grand, Mont Vernon, by the manner In which he conducts
Mrs Gluten here from
of Florld. You can find everything you came
department of this fine hostelry
N. II. every
! de.lrable'' need .at this store. All kinds of fine groceries If yon Deed a good chop steak or any New York about seven years alto And In while his chief clerk Mr C.
room
; ,
Manalapan Cottage; a most and western meats. thing/ .. In the eating line, do not fall, that time has formed many acquaintances A. Crelghton also comes In for adu
Idence, situated most pleasantly between Particular attention paid to the needs when in St. Augustine to go; to Orange For Sale. here, and ai Jensen, who will miss sham of praise. The hotel orchestra Is

ocean beach and Lake Worth; of yachtsmen and cruising: parties. Howes' La DC h and Oyster Rooms,cornerof her. composed of. four ploees-plano, first
lontalns 18 bedrooms, large dining roomd GEO.'N. HATCH, Propr. Cathedral place, near the bridge. L _
and second ( and clarionet.
reception hall .It ben and other The most desirable property In the violin Going;
.onveniences. Sari bathing, and excel- center of Rocktadge, on Barton avenue; ifllOOO Worth For" Hale. north or south" you should not fall to

jnt fishing and hunting; ten miles from Beautiful Home Places.At Empty Sugar and ICIce Barrels consisting! of five acres covered with stop off atone of the prettiest spots on

aim Beach and one mile from Hypo- thrifty orange trees, also two cottage Oak furniture, crockery, first-class Indian River-Rockledge.

axo, across Lake Worth. Address, Fort Pierce and North Ankona. For sale Address, thereon. Apply to mattresses eto., equal to new.
J. BBOWX. Write for descriptive dtrculars.C. WALTER A. Moons: WM. M. MEBWI.V. Milford Conn W. 1C C'AMPBKH.: Please wrlto us whenever you fall td
P Agentl a. T. McCABTT, Ankona, FU. 30feb 8 George St., Charleston S.. C. After Nor. 2Ot6, Kockledge, Fla. Melbourne Fla. receive the ADVOCATE.0"

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was not accepted( declared war, rushed COMMISSIONER'S 8AL.K.. Sheriff's SaJe.U1'10ER. .
SEED POTATOES.
their legions Into British territory and In Chancery. ,
British fort Awl BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECU-
besieged .. I one of the County Court for
It "The real situation, then, Is not that ANlTllY VIRTUE OF A. DECREE Krevard. County In a cause 4"Q
: for their UNDER of pale) entered) In the Clr whfruln Helen Walton et al are plaiu5P'. and, .
the Boers are fighting own In Wllllnm H. H. (I4lca on ia defendant I have levied .
cult Court for Ilravard County nertaln
I homes and property and rights, but that cause therein pending wherein Orlando A. upon and will sell at piilillo am'tlun to the Improved Rose $:J.OO per barrel. Special prices to large buyers. Write for testi-
and best bidder' for cash in font of the
Jones U the onu >iniuuiiitand Michael F. Dw,er highest
'i they are fighting to ho' slavery' and et al.are ilefenpantu, Iwllleetllnfmntof tie (oiirt House door at Tltunvllle during the legal monlals from largest potato planters .In Florida.
live on the Ultlanders whom they have Court House door TltiiHvllle, JTIoitdu. during hours of sale,uiicn the -
the I legal hours of sale ou the FIRST MONDAY MARCH) A. D. JDOO Full line of fresh Garden and Field Seeds always In stock. Write for price list
so grievously oppressed and wronged- FIRST )MONDAY IN MARCH, A. IX 1000 the following rletcrlbed real, estate situated In .
h+vucs, 1 oppressed and wronged-and Great Britain to the highest/ and best bidder for ('uh. the I jtrevard. County, *lorlda, and standing on the L. CAMERON Seedsman
following/ described real estate situated In the public, record.. In the name of William H. It.
t Is not waging a war of invasion andconquest County of llrevard State of l"orldll. to-wlt. Uleason, the defendant to-wlt.: '
free but Is Beginning on the Section lira between Pen Lots A and 12, block 10; lot 5 and 12 block IT; 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
against; a people, tiuns8and4. In Township M muith, Range| SO Iota 8 and li, block IS; lots n and 12, hlook 10 In
seeking to defend Its own citizens from east, at a Miuare monument utmia marked with the town of Eau Oallie,according to the recorded
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a letter "W." thunce run due east eighteen' J plat nf said town. -
outrage A' l1 to restore to them the God- hundred and arty fret more or ''e"lO. to Indian Also the north unit of the southeast quarter JOHN
GEORGE MARX.
River thence northerly along said rlTur two of the nnrrheaxt quarter and the south half of MARX.
given rights uf&lIIe liberty and the pursuit ;
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bun bed feet more or loss, t<. the Mouth line ofa the northeast. quarter of the southeast qnarternf
I of happiness.' lot of land purchased by A. K and B V. Hath; Hectloii: B in Township 27 ."ulh. flange 37
I nf R C. Mew; thence due west along said line to east! Also the NH of the NbK: of the MCJ". theN .A.1R JlBJEiC>S.
"In awoid, Great Biltaln! now reversing Sectloh Unit aliove named, thence duo south of the MEyE or the NE !. tilt; al4 I: of the HWtf ,
her in the war of the along said section Hue two hundred feet, more or-th.NKI.tllel&Hof thoNWI( "if the NEB\ .
position
.. Wholesale Dealers In
or lens to the place of beiilnitlng the NX f the NEK "' the NWthe NJ4 of the
American Revolution and for HKfiol> the >muthof Mof the HWVi\ of the N
fighting Also time piece or paivul of land being a port
of 'lot number A In Section Township 2A\ south, WJthel'" of tho NW\\( tit the NWJJ, the N H GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE
the principle of 'no taxation without rep- R..npell4l east commencing on thu bank of In of tli" N" If: or the !\W\all,1\ l the NW of the rt .,
resection,' and no government especially : dlan River at the dividing line hetweon lots 8 W of the SWj! section 7, township 27, south
and 4, thence' west running, along I said dlvtdingline rau"e 27......t.
PN CT In a so-called republic, 'without the i between I lots 8 and: 4 elKhteun hundred and J. p. imowv, 131 and 133 East::' Hay Street ar.d O and8NewnanStreet,
oC consent of the governed. flfty-two feet more or 'less, to the section line b2mnr2 Sheriff.
dividing Section 3 and 4; thence north alongBald JACKSONVILLE FLA.
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."Without, therefore going Into any section line 418.04 feet thence east on a line
parallel with the dividing line between, said Administrator's Notice.
discussion! of the causes which led to the tors H and 4 tMO/ feet to Indian River thence
great 'war between the states, but as an south along the margin of said river 4IK\ t..t. ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY,
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more or l hues, to the |plums of beuinnlng LLnCRSOVSWAVINO CLAIMS: AGAINST
ardent confederate who for four ;years Also the BoiitlKwot quarter of the eoiitheaat A the estate of W.c. late of Drevard
NO SYMPATHY FOR BOERS. quarter of auction 4. Township 23 "south, Range County. Florida'' 11"111".1,), are hereby no-
y -- followed with youthful devotion the bat at OlUtt. Also418 feet alt of south pod of the tided to present them to the nndcnigned.. prop. We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas;
tle Hag of the confederacy and who northeast. 'quarter of the southeast quarter of erly authenticated within the time prescribedIn guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay Grain and Feed. We 'Wllntyour
Dr..1.1V1111am June Think Kniffor'nGovernment ,
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s ld Heotlon 4. Township 2ft south, Range 30 law or this notice will be J pieatlsdInbarof
m d t In In the Wrong while fully 'accepting the situation', east, measurement to commence at the southeast recover. And all persons owlnir said estate Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
comer of said described lot of land and togo are hereby required to make Immediate payment
and yielding to none In present loyaltyto north along the section line between sections to n e. MARXBROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.
lIAWKlIl'AJllt. FL A. Jnn 30 1000. the union yet most devotedly believe 3 and 4 for a distance of 4IS feet, thence 1 west Tie IHb day of December:: A.T> 1RITO.JOHKPH nr- We only. Sell to Dealers.
; one quarter of a mile thence south 414 fret ) '. BRiiWN.;
Editor Indian Rip ,. A;lvncofP.I that the confederates were rightIn to the comer between said lots of land 1 herein Sheriff and as Ex Officio
/ described thence of mile Ijcceaaed.indectifeb .
a quarter a to the place Administrator of the Estate of said
their struggle: for constitutional freedom of beginning.The /
Rend tills mill Atlanta
you by (the
I do not hesitate to declare that above described parcels' of land embracing
Constitution with n mark d article, which the hotel known as the Hotel Indian River
the Ultlandeis, as I see It, represent the and the orange grove known ns the KoikleilgeDrove. Notice. John B. Stetson
I wish you could BOO your:, way to publish .ciiMifaimnn 77 MI'rt'S. more or lenx. Abet University
principles for which our fathers fought the and steamboat .
i, as I think t.lCre! Is n grout'wnnt ( Infor- cottages wharf ware hone0n,1
In J 1770, and for which the Confederates! I pavilion, sttuuted on siiid hind and all the. (IITJ'r I. heretic !given that on the 21st flay
J. million the The In heating Ilirhtlnir and ,plumbing fixtures ,
on subject war C''>i N of Mil v. A l U 1510Mas50anthsrrafter' aa I
South Afilcn wilitfii, ... fought In 1801-05( and that I fully sym- minted with and belonging to sold. Run Indian. rllu'l IK, heard', I will apply" to: his Honor 1>. L.Nnnlden'anutyJiul .
by au Amvilonn, River and .all rlirhti
riparian connected with DELAND
FLORIDA.
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eolltretard (; for ,
p.ithl/.o with Great Britain, In ountv.:
a defending sul'l. land also all n'her .Sstnrus.IsxcepihtgHni .
Vlwrlnlan/ I am lnf"im I l, of high ; a anal suttlcn,ent of m* t>cu>.iunia' and approval' \
her citizens against the tyranny oppiesslon re-ervlng, htwever from theahave IIf mv, illHirlhutlon' of the assets of the tstnteof
Intelligence. and estecmtclhrotlphnutthe the right of way of the Florida ra-t It. (!: Hinith lenpased., and for my discharge.
IIII'ol..b"Id and wrong of these so-called champions Const Rallw"v1f''IUI'.nv.; formerly the ..liK.kmnivllle from the udnilnisTatorshlp, of sal, estate
State of Ouoiglo; will\ St. aid '
AugustInc' Innlan River Hallway
ter
W I. ALLKX.Adinlnialrator. .
information and ciMioboiiittt( yoii|" own of Republican freedom. (Cotinmnv: ,HIIlp.rrth.'ln' !>....il' II.. ilt \V at i-n e ',; ''oZAoerK( f1ALq
y 'L am glad I. then General Jon but was 48 of the records of Drevard County. Ipm,0n r Flu Pept.. 8th. IHIM ;
statements publlalied In the ADVOCATK.Cnnauyono After the dais' ot ins dl linv" re.,. estate the Kobbiil &! (J irtiliuni l, Att' 's for Administrator. /
not n Confederate, and should regret to personal, property mentioned in said decree will t )
dispute the fuctn laid'I down 1 : : : : :: ;
lie' announced for sale in front of the C-ourb --- ------ ---
by the writc14 Vefy f. truly hear that any old Confederates were fighting House door aforesaid and the sue thereof will, {T.INTEO\ "VFR\ tL PERSONS! f FOR 1)13- JN 1
I (on that side."-Jos. Obi In Atlanta bu adjourned to tucsdav: the Itli IIILy..r VArth, hi'lrtutllc.. )\lannuoreittftlastatutorep.: | ,.
.1 J'jJ'' Wtl.alNSON af W noon, and will then bo made on the steps of r-Miit HIM in their, own and I surrounding. '
._ ...... Constitution lintel Ind lion River It' Itollklrirlirn." l -- ." There will then he sold t., the highest: ; and DiiMmlile l1"'II"y''nt with unusual
"Poneiivf best bidder" ior cash the following .h'"rlhe.1 .. Enclose
JOU\ICI't\\flllllot confederate poituulile' Itrerenrooxahmtgnd.I.
a There Is better medicine t for the babies
no personal to wit. All the '
proiem| fiiriiltuie I ell ,1'1,1''' stiimi'cil enrelnpe. S. A. Turk t. I
and I ant glad: / of It, f for I Mould hato titanChamberlin'sCough: Remedy. and chattels whatsoever In the 11"if) Imll in BJU( ('nxl!),. liui ding Cbli'ago.PltoiHx ISi 1
Its and River and oot 'lfeM.IIHC',111I contienrion' therewithand .
pleasant taste aud effectual II.
prompt
to see any confederate lighting; on the belonging to siild hotel,and entrees*,
J.Vllf cures make It a favmlte with FRttOhRirK MORGAN.. tnunti i Ion the ADVOCATE when
leJ" of the Boors Haiti Key, Dr.
mothers and small clilldien.. It quickly fel)3-mart Conimlssfonnr in Chaucer y. wri tl nab ndeitiKOI.H.witti .
Ham Jones of Richmond In a recent Interview. cures tuelr coughs and colds preventing .
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."I confess time for one should pneumonia or other seilous oounoquenCUB.

be sorry to know that a confederate soldier It also cures cioup and has been
used in tens of I thousands of cases 'with F S LE
was now In the service of the Boois f4>. FA .' For Doth Sexes. This Scholastic Year Began
out a singular failure\) so tar as we have I
fighting against the fundamental principles been able to learn.: It not only curescroup Hotel an.d.l0
Seven Cottages :
for which the confederates, contended but when given as soon as the October 3rd. Send, for Catalogue,

In the great tour between the states. croupy cough appears will prevent the Acres of Land.g .

This sentence,appearing I In a Richmond lit tuck. the In cases of whooping cough It College Academic, Normal, Art and Music Departments. Largo, commodious I;
liquefies tough mucus, making It easIer
dispatch to a Washington paper attiact to expectorate and lessen* the severity Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian water, etc., Insuring I

ed my attention for the.reason, that I bad and frequency' of the piiioxyums of perfect healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout ; faculty of 22
hoard coughing thus depiivtng; that disease of
old
so confederates take
many exactly
all dangerous consequences. For sale trained and experienced teacheis. Send for Catalogue containing full Information.

the oppoalte''vlew, of the ease.a by all Druggists and medicine dealers. Address. J. F. FORBES
These others oonteqdlng flint the Boers President
"What bus he ever done to make -- -. --
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fighting f In defense of their homes were

fighting for the same principles I us those BoluU'ly world remember nothing./ He him has? never"Nothing-ab- CHAS.: F3I-, VM' &; OO. ,
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( for which the southern soldiers contended

"Hold)
on. now. Vou'ie getting aheadof DEALERS IN -
l I and In m'dortoasoertain whether Dr.
{ the
subject. He's mad
4 ., Jones, so well known I In Georgia, bad money to ket'p his heirs fighting enough and vN Mir'W 4'nw ::JF'IJ.n.e 'W1xic And.: : Ll.q'1.1ors: i

u been properly quoted, I wrote him askingfor his uiiino in the newspapers for years 417 & 419 W. Bay St., \

his .vlt>ws at greater length. after bo Is gone."-Chicago Times-Her JACKSONVILLE .. FLA. t ,

What he has to say' on the subject will, n1l]. _____________ "
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I am RUI'O. prove Interesting reading. In "I think I would go crazy with pain v ter tY4 ;d F,4, # 1 4i h MONONGOIIELARye

his reply to my letter of Inquiry he says: weiolt not for Chn mberlln's Pnlm Balm"
reap( writes Mis. W. II. Htuploton !ITcrmlneU,
"If I have. atjght; and understood
Pa. "I have been afllictcd! with rheumatism *! Whiskey :
r correctly the lenl Issues between the for several years and have tiled .
\ Boors and Oioat Biltaln Is simply this: remedies! for several years and have tried ,

At the eamost request of this so-called lemrdles without number, but Pain Delivered to

republic a large number of the subjectsof Balm is the boat medicine I have got .. ANY PART OF THE STATE FOR
hold, of.. One application relieves the
Great Britain and other countries- For i 11 'tial t .: +,. _.
sale .
pain. all
by druggists; and medicine ...$3.20.
) making In all about 150,000-migrated to dealers -

I the Tranvatl, bought lands and mines at Located at SAUNO. three quurtera.of n mile south\ of EAIJ GALLIE: PER GALLON ESPAESS PREPAID.

I enormous prices and engaged In business n tint]ml Dollnr nam.. FLORIDA" on the Eau Gallie River: less than half a mile from the Miami $4 per gallon.

Ylt with the understanding that they were Thnt ulippp men all over the country Indian River, and two mid a half miles from the Ocean. The property .' { Gibson R yes, $", per gallon.

y to become In due time citizens\ of the ore sharing{ : the general good times Is is two hundred miles south of Jacksonville on the Florida East Coast se. C '"e.. ". ___ Lewis '<66(! Ryer $.i. per gallon.:

country entitled to all of Its rights and attested by the high price they are Railway with the Railroad Station adjoining Rye nod Corn $1.50 to *2.50 per gallon
11 paying for good breeding IIto! 'k. One the; property.' Buildings Mount Vernon Rye, 18U2 $:5 per gallon
privileges. So far, however, from BOcompllshlng hundred dollar rams are getting; to be erected in 1806 and some of them have never< been occupied, the original "

this! they have been denied nlmost ns common as "leaves In Val- owner having died a few months after their completion.

by the Boers' the right of suffrage or the 10m broell."Slieep) Breeder. The hotel was opened for about two months prior to the owner's FOR $3.30.

slightest paitlclpatlng In the administration -- death and line used ..
-- -- not been since. All the buildings) were erected in

of the government, while the heaviest the most substantial manner and are now in excellent\ condition. The Sent to us by Express, postofnce order or New York Exchange, we will

taxes-amounting In some cases almost hotel and cottages are completely furnished, and very little of the fur send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID, '

I b; ( to confiscation\ -have boon Imposed IlCGold' niture has ever been used. There are two artesian wells\ twenty cis- FOUR FULL QUARTS

upon their property. Indeed, these 150-, 9 terns connected, with sewer etc. .

1 000 UlHandera have been practically payIng The property cost the original owner $48,000 and will be sold at a Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old: .

I? all of the taxes and supporting the sacrifice. The above cut fairly represents the property.For .

the government all of the offices and particulars apply to or address, Pure
Calhoun
t,ttt emoluments of which have been monopolized EZRA F. IIA'ICH lion. D. L. GAULDKN Ws:. A. WARNOCK Rye Whiskey

r i by the Boors. Much has been l Caretaker on premises.. Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner.

written about the primitive Simplicity Eau Gallic: Flotilla Tltusville, Fla. Jamaica, N. Y. We ship in PLAIN PACKAGES no marks to Indicate contents (which wilt avoid all con
nient.) When you get It and tent It. If It l I" not satisfactory return It at OUR EXPENSE and
and unostentatious of President Kru- -- ------- your '3.20 will be cheerfully refunded. Thin WtilHkey la an fi"oLlII.any *S.OO goods In tbe market

gor (Oom Paul) and yet his excellency We been are doing cloiitt business at!band In and this ran city give Snot yon at the QUICKER same stand DELIVERY for over 15 than YEARS distant and bouses.a> to our We H"hoe.

draws the modest salary of $3 .OOO per MEETSTHE ETIC r BEND'SDEPOT r' the 1ON81B1UTY:editor ot this AND paper.REPUTATION for lioness dealing, wa. refer. you to any merchant here or W

I annum, and his son-ln-lnw '
recently erected
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SOLOMON &fc LEVI
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private rexldonce that cost t:JW.OUO.: 1 APPROVAL FORBartholomay's
''r These Ultlanders 1028 & 1930 First Avenue
as the foreigners P. O. Box No. 3.1.
BIRMINGHAM: ALA.
called live In cities which they have OF ,

a built with no voice la the municipal Rochester Beer. NOTICE t-We pay Express Charges to all points reached br "BOUTHi.RV EXPRESS COM
govarnmont "
GENERATIONSA PANY but to points on line of other Express Companies, wa prepay only to polnta whew
no right to Improve their exor- Southern bxitma Company transfer to said other Express Company.

able sanitary condition or to do I
anything
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
except to pay the enormous expenses of

running the city government.:. They are BIKIICIIA'NTS LUNCH 12 to :: I". M. 2o CENTS. H. A. HODGES....

( denied the right of carrying any arms 130 W. Day St. Jacksonville, Florida."San Manufacturer) of

R whatever, whllo every man and ell
boy
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---u .Cypress and Yellow Pine
p among the Boors Is heavily armed and I Lumber...

l ((1 drilled at the expense of the Ultlanders. I'f The Nation's ROUGH AND DRESSED. ..; >. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crate

They have been denied the right of holdIng fflateo" Any one contemplating. shedding their pineapples or oranges$ or building l lr

public meetings publishing newspapers any part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. The saw mills are locate<)l

l criticising the Best Cigar. at Buffalo Bluff near Talatka, on the J.. T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to W
official. of government or Its t>reY part of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES Buffalo Bluff Fla.
t4 or even petitioning for are. -
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qI e "When some of them were suspectedof ESTABLISHED! 1880.

ll conspiring to revolt against their condition Florldn. 'I'


;,I ( after a of mock things trial, they sentenced were arrested to death and, Why buy imported cigars. made from heavy tropical tobacco doctored with :Bond LUlU ber Co.

p 4 and released only upon the payment of opium and other drugs, when ;you can have the pure Florida leaf at ,a five-cent ,

fines varying from *.> TrueTEMPERANCE moo' price Manufacturer
t' 5,0JO( to 'IOOOel\o3b. .a of and Dealers in

.t "Great Britain, whose glory It U that FREE BY MAIL BOX of 25: '
TO .$1.00
she protects her citizens la whatever ANY1} LUMBER UfH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING]

land they dwell, won seeking by negotlatlon ,I I ADD R J Box of 50..,., .. .. ..fl.73 ,
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to alter these conditions, when "' UCIN ,"" SL \AT ':owe-- Mouldings, Turning and'Scroll :Sawing; Also Teneered and Sawed Orange.

the Boers. after full preparations for war ( o5miltvtvo'lmf7Tfehf'ALClofrob and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence!

11 laid down their ultimatum, and when 1 1I 1i It tan(, NARCOTICS. SAN MATED, FLA. Saw, Planing and Shingle MilVat DeLaad':Bonds and Mill TltasvHl: 00.1._T.'A K. W. R'y. land*|




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Professional Cards. I WANT IT KNOW* An Editor's Life Cough Saved!' iteineily.by ChainIterlalu's DO YOU GiI:: Ui ,ef ; $r We Carry on>1 Hand


zoaos t.. ROBBBCO. WALTBU 8.OBAUAJ: D.ultiR the eatly piut of Outoboi, ISOft WITH A LAKE\ LACKKWncy ",) '
GRAHAM I bud cold which settled UU'
OBBINS A; conti'nailed' a
That II. THOMAS, corner Adam my lungs and was neglected until I fear ----- I 1 the finest stock tube obtained and are prepared to
and 51 ell that had In IIn' Trouble' Mates Yoa Miserable. (
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Madison keep fresh Drugs, make consumption apputtied : iJ exrcu'o all orders promptly. We only solicit the
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frl'8hIt'ol'klnK; Bird Food,sellsthe bee Incipient state." I was constantly coughing ---- .
)FMCK nouns:-From 10 to 12 a. ra., Cigars: finest :Soaps. and Perfumeries i and trying to expel something whlol Almost everybody who rends the newspapers business of dealers I
and 2 to 4. p. m. and puts up prescriptions Just rlgh; I I could not. I became alarmed. and after I 13 sure to Know of tha wonderful wtluLZl L : o

Tmjsvn.LE, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. every day in the year. Give him a a giving; the local doctor a tl'llIl.lIlIht i a .. cures niuiia by Dr. Let us have your orders for pure Maine Grown
V.O.Box 108. trial. bottle of Cham bel'Hn'. Cough Reined;] 1 1\\ Kilmer's Swamp-Root" J try Seed ] .
1 Will practice In aU the courts-state and fee Thomas' Chill and Fever Tonio .* /W() and the result was Immedlat improvemeat I the great kidney liver ::-'r ;;. pC potatoes.Iihiii1Ci :

special' faoilitlei for and .... Mocking Bird Food. . . 2.: and after I had used three bottle LJ Ii and badderremedyr ) We purchase our seed In car loads direct from the)
land title. examining perfectg Thomas* Cough Cure . . 25? my lungs wore restored to their health;] t' It Is the great medical dlo /1 Celebrated Maine Seed Farms.
Thomas' Iron 'Tonio . . . 73; state.-1C S. EDWARDS, Publisher of -II triumph of the nineteenth o
Thomas' Nerve Restorer . . 60( The Review Wyant, III. For sale by B... IF Ii century; dis tlhi
GAULDEN
I. Thomas' Beef, Iron and WJne 50< It. Wilson & Soa. covered after years of T Quotations mailed on application. Stencils furn-
Thomas' Rheumatism! Cure 25 and 60( scientific research by (shed
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Manufacturer and Agent' for Youug'i THE TURF REVIEW. i/ Dr. Kilmer the eminent JACIfSONWLit 0
. Vlll practice In all the Courts of the 8 tat Cures. -- -- IL -. kidney and bladder I We are In the best possible position to handle your
t Florida, and the United State Courts.I Magic The William Harold. 2:13&: --r5 specialist and Is I / consignments and solicit themguaranteeing

.U Box: :,23S. TITU8VILLE, FLA.Money Young's Magic Oil . .. . . 23Younp's cently pacer paced In 2UU: In his work. wonderfully successful In promptly curing -_ fur the same our prompt personal attention.
Cure IHYoung's M
Magic Dyspepsia
to Loan. 18 ; lama back kidney, bladder, uric acid trou- ,
Totnau
Frank U. Hall recently drove -
Cure I (XYoung's
; Magic Consumption WHITE & WALTON.
bles and Bright' Disease, which Is the worst
GOLDSMITH Magic Catarrh Cure . 2J and Eddie Ii a mile over the Ueadvtlle form of kidney trouble.Dr. .. .. ,. .. .... '
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The following people were either track In 2:14: %. Kilmer s Swamp-Root Is not rec-
cured or found relief, after using After winning but one first money ommended for everything but If you have kidney CORRESPONDENCE: INVITED. STENCILS FUBNISIIEU: ,

ATTOKNET-AT-LAW Young's ;Magic Cure : Charley Herr's earnings for the season liver or bladder trouble It will be found
Mrs W E Burbage was given up tc will amount to something like 11000. Just the remedy you need. 11 has been testedIn

TtISVILLE, .' FLORIDA, die of consumption two years ago"bj Orrln Hlckok has lately driven so many ways In hospital work, In private McCOMB & CO.
one of New York's greatest specialistsAfter PatchenVllkes farm's green "-yearohl practice, among tha helpless too poor to pur- ,
using The Young Magic Cure Marshall In chase relief and has proved so successful In
.. J. WEBB; she is: still living to-day. Elder II V Director-Mary pacer. every case that a special arrangement hu
Skipper, President Second Advent 2:12: %. been made by which all readers of this paper Bermuda
A ATTORNEY T-LA W, Christian church, Georgia and Florida, Master Gilbert. 2lTVi: owned by August who have not already tried It, may have a Cuban and SouthernGrowers'
cured of Bronchitis ten years stand. Fenueujnu of Baltimore paced a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book
Will practice in the Courts of the 7tl ing. Mrs Moncreaf, mother-in-law ol trial over Plmllco track recently In telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
roult. Taxes paid for nQn-re ldents Dr J N Jones dentist of Jacksonville 2:12V4. find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.

|>d rents and accounts collected. was cured of paralysis. A rich bank. The American 2-year-old Democrat When writing mention reading this generous

TUSVILLE, FKORIOA er's daughter, spending the summer by Sensation. Is the largest winning offer In this paper and n" and Shippers' Agents
with A O MacUonnell, general (passenger thoroughbred of the In send your address to w', ; :::. .;.
and ticket ageut of the F C & 1' 2-year-old year DrKilmer&CoBing-. }N'1ft1 i !! ,
with $05.Cr:t0 to his credit. .. .
D. PENNEY, K'y, Fernandina found Immediate relief ': England, hamton N. Y. Tha
after using The Young Magic Cure Fred T. Moran recently gave his Ax. regular fifty cent and Rom.of swamp-Root

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Dr H P Dowries, physician and surgeon; tell mare, Axtellue; a record of 2:204:: dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.vANrKD 000 Washington: : S't. Now Yor1lr.
of Monticello Ga., writes: "I have at Highland park Detroit. She had
FLORIDA cured! a widow' lady of consumptionwith __ -- ---- -
rupviLLE, but Just weaned a colt, so the feat was u. .
The Young Magic Cure." Mrs a striking, one. SKVRKAI I'KItSON'S foil t>18- IlRFRnnNCEi!: -Commercial Agencies or any reliable house In New YOrk
ill[ practice In all the courts of the 7tl ]Mary Wilcher an estimable Christian "' no M.inairers In this Muto to reprunout .
One of the peculiarities of the season ....
sod fmrriuimllnitenuntltw. -- --- ----- --- -- -- - -- -
Judicial Circuit. lady of 71'D(' Bridge strt'et.Jnl'k8onvllle. nmln their own
Rla., says her son was cured of consumption was The Duke. IIe was distanced a WlUluir. to |pay onrly hullo. jimnhlawixikly KBTA1IL1SI: !! 187(1.(
.
DunlrHlile with iimmiml .
postponed 'race and was glint' out in a employment
the Cure
by Young Magic opportunIlli| .. KefflrenuoH exrlmnjpwil. KnnltmooltaddraiMKil
AMES ANDREWS, Rev E E Gardener principal of Spalil-( second! event the same afternoon. This. Rtainnml envelope. S. A. Park .

ing Seminary, Montezll 111 a,.Uu.,writes ;: certainly 1s a world's record. aao Caxton Ibdld inn,I'lilomro.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 'The Young Maglo Cure cured my The gray team Irony: by Pilot Medium M. Lane & Son
Main i office and P. O., TIBUALS FLA. catarrh.; Ut'vV L Singleton Drake saidto A Hai ilL.erhl. -r Trick.
and 2lPi. are
lice open'at Ft. Pierce on Ssnd and 4tlFrld.iys Town Ga., writes : "After lining the Qnjcksllycr: : In To perform a wimple trick you will ,.
be one of the handsomest pairs *
of each about 12 or 18 *
month. Young Magic Cure my hearing is need n round Mick *
Will.practice in all the courts of the much better. I could hardly hear a the United States. They recently trotted Inched long. Insert a needle. In one end
232; WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK
:Mich. half mile trackto ,i
the Jackson ( )
7th Judicial Circuit.ATTDU.NEYATLAW. of
watch tick; now I can hear one ten of It. MO Unit about three-quartera
feet away." E T England: Hon, lead polo In 2lSVi.: the pointed end project Hold the

STEPHEN E. FOSTER, lop; merchants of Jiarhamville, Ky.,. Lady Garnet. 2:1: 1"i. Is at home at tick upright and throw a huudlier-
write : "Mrs Hancock who was in the Mansfield 0.. and In charge of Trainer chief on to It HO that the center alights\ Southern Fruit and Produce

last stages of consumption, after using Mngers. Rile was only beaten an eye. on the uppermost' end where the needle
the Young Magio Cure, is now able to lash In 2:124: at Columbus and showed IH twirled rapidly
the stick
;Rooms 420 and 423: Gardner Building, attend church and visit friend" Mr that she had speed enough to beat 2:10.: 'la. When
John Driscole, a "ship carpenter( on Dr. he will campaign her between the lahulI"of the hand the Oc:1.rc..1co1oc.::: :::: :: : Mrcha.ritl: : .
JACKSONVILLK, FLA. Craig says If It
Myrtle avenue Jacksonville Fla., says handkerchief will stand out as
he had asthma worse than any I living next year. I were u piece of curd and as the PINEAPPLES A SPECIALTY. Stencils Cards, and our quotations furnished on
MI1RL T. BiiATLon, GORDON R.BROOM R. man ; tried all kinds of asthma cures Esr1ehlnrt by r.a.arl. I needle does not show, you ran pretend

IIAYLOR & BROOME, but found the Young Magic Cure the The pasturing of flock on n farm Is that the handkerchief adheres owing application.JACK80NV1LLK.

best. Mrs John ilenzies, wife of Mr one of the most effective and importantways to the magnetism of thu stick - .. -- .. '
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---
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. John Menzles a large: merchant on of Improving a field and. In the
Day street Jacksonville, Fla., SAYS rotation of it should be e'J'i.xc.rcl.oc.S' : d. Fitch
\ill practice In all the Courts of the her son had rheumatism so bud that general crops QUESTION<: ANSWKKKI). ,
State. Office In Law Exchange. the bones of his ankles almost workedout. made a special part of it to have the

FLA. lie went to Hot Springs, Ark., land under the eheep'sfeet one year : Yen, August Flower still bas the larp;. FLA.
iCKSONVILLK which did him no good but was made out of the nnmbcr in the rotation fol- eat sale of any medicine la the civilized Grocers and Commission Merchants
well after using the Young Magic lowed. The profit from this use of the world. Your mothei and RrHiidmotheralever ,

FORGE W. ALLEN, Cure which made him a new man. and will be. more than can be made in thought of lining; anything nine for BJDKAH BinrWawg' : t.. niintB you our price.. in the fntlowlnR KM "|", r. o. b. Jnckiionvllla IlIall-
I can show hundreds of cases In other way. The land is improved. Indigestion[ or IlllllouNnpBS. Doctorswere ty guaranteed. and w Tacksouvllle, Fla., and hundreds of any and seldom heard of GRAIN HAY AND FEED li"tR.Naoonlmrlh..... ............. ...10 to.lt
.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW weeds will bo rid of
troublesome got; nenroei they Lard,oompuundporlb. ., .. ........ .... .IW
cures from :Seattle, Wash., to New Mex- and turned to good use and the con- Appendicitis Nervous Prostration orlleari f'ornlnnlh..I. sunk.. ..... ........ '1.00 |= u,. .... .... ........ ......"....... 47
|ET WEST FLORIDA. Cure Co. Is h.rntlellue.per sunk....... ............ I.fill .,., .. ...
co. The Young Maglo failure etc. They lined August R.'stierII. ) .....................0.1: to ,I IUI
dition of thefleM will be bettered in ,. whltv p' r nuk...... .. ............ I.Hd .... ... .. .
{Will practice in the United Statesd backed by \11.010.:\ ) ). and will donate to It is to be regretted that Flower to clean out the system and stop Iran. ,|.erldo Ibi: .... ... ..... .. ........ too VCllrJI'IiUnl..rlh.. nianted ArliHut, until. .... ....,...CJt&o.IU.. .II". "
charitable Institution of Florida every way. ... ....... ........ .... ... per
| State Courts. OjunOS i iI any this continent do realize fermentation of undigested/ food, regulate ned Meal .... 1.00 Tea,|1I:1'I.1I"rlll.,1I: ,ptrlb.... .... ......... .'
farmers .
not ... .
.. ,
I five hundred dollars if any resident on the of the liver stimulate the quality ?. .t.44lto..IHI Iliuiiuliittiil. Hiiuitr., parlb. p6
or specialist of the State ofFlorida the; truth of this. It Is the sheep of action action, W".ati..o.I "ht.V'>r lee I Ibis.. .. ..... .. I.1|i\ .lelly, slab' pailriuap .. .. ........ ::::::::.::::::.. 1.511
physician nervous and omanlo of the .. .. ........ ..... ..
nya- UaYtl..r| 100 UK .ea imw' ... .... ...,.. .. .... .... ..........
O. FRIES, C. ,E. can show more cures of consumption Great Britain and Ireland of Germany (ten, and thitt Is all they took when feelng VLOUnOIUT8ANI MEAL Htarvlipiirlion: ......... ............ ire/
catarrh, asthma rheuma and France, indeed of all European dull aud bad with headache and lest Patent Flour |.ur Imrml....... .. .. ..11II Node(''''"k''r., .per Hil .................. ,.. 1I "
COUNTY SURVEYOR. thou, and paralysis.Mild countries which have made the average thor adieu. You only need few clones., lent Patent Vlour, lair\ ft Itarral. ........ 11.:13.A"n"n: l Crnokurn, per Ib...... .............. .4'Wrlt. '
1.00) second treatment / ., barrel. ... ... ........ ........ 'JI.4U Talile; I I'eaoliim. ..r II"... .. .... ... ......... \.tip'
Land legally surveyed and sub-divided treatment ; yield of the crops twice as much as that of Uroon'.Allltullt Flower, In liquid form 1I1..II'erbo.rrel.per ... .. .. ...... .. .. SI.1I5 11Y.S.It,2lnnlblug.! .... .................. Km
$3.00; fourth treatment *:i.OO.<>(> of onr fields.-Sheep Breeder. to make you satisfied there la nothing Tukata.,6lbpartln............. .. .. .... ,ptkbtWhuapergro.e..4
lipping neatly done. Estimates for Sold only by MEAT9AU! I>! VWION8. ".. ............. ,411I'omtiHM ,
works. Dis- Horloiis the matter with you. 1""Ilo lest Squire's llauon. per ll>......,. .... ''reraank.... ..... ...... ... .... ,.yp:
kinds of engineering HENRY R. THOMAS, Brief Mention bottles at J, P. Cooper's limit store atViooa .. Hlinulder, p..r Ib.... .............0illkt.50ua" Huail' ritiitniM, |I"" .Mllk... ........... 2.78 tou.ooUtiloiK
Eted lines a specialty. Corner Adams and Madison Streets, A Louisiana truck grower says green ( and F. S, Chaff"e' drug store at llama,per Ib.... ....._ ...............I t "'.Ia par' burrul.......................... a.ai
Jacksonville. Fla. Tltusvllle Fla. We aliio handle Vegetables and t'iniluiiu fur our vuntoiiiers, anil tliene. goods are bringing hire
rusviLLK, Brevard Co., FLOIIIDA.ill. onions or Mhallots, fall planted I on highy t o day. a* follow
I enriched ground will be found renunerntlve. 'oulateap.rorate, .. ... ...... ....$1.5ett12.0le We lire I'lIylnltn.IIay for .
The Largest and Most Com ;KK"I..t. "...,.. ...... ... ....I 75; H'J.llft: )'lIn.l1h'u.1' ,"r Hi... .... ... ...... ....14to.11I
l UOUaUTON'S The greatest: expense !Is New York and ''liwapple. lt I.. .. .... .... ........4. 4ltrtft.'H'' Ur..HaI.JI.I.v.rlb.! ...,. .... .. ...DDK to .<*>
plete Establishment South. bunching the crop. >Tangos, brllcb.. .. .... ....... ....:625: to a.TII llmmwax, per Ib.... ... ." .... .. ..,.. ....\VI to 'JA
..
.. ruH vt..... .. .. .. .........1,1.1... a.ilrt Tallow ,per lli .... ..... .. ... ... ..(.fYJ'0" J.awlnrkoy.
An early Feed bed for tobacco shouldbe Florida Limited. ., alive,|>ar lit .... .. .,....., ...111 to 1.1 Alit (iiOYr akin*,7 eutdli.. .... ... l.mt'
HACKER & SON
'LOATINO DENTAL APARTMENTS GEO. S, situated on lands sloping from north .. .gsN.IerlieS. .. ..... .. .... .... ...U&\l1.\ '. S5n( feet and up .. ......18 to ..H,
/lun..aoh.. .. ......, ............. .....:mtu.40., Oimn Skins, oaub. .. ........... .. ... ail! to .4.,
on the (Dentos) to south protected on the north by forests In the name of the finest train leaving prhtgeramclt.. ... . .. .. .... ....11II ttJ.au (nter" .. .... .. ...... ....s.octo10.
i and open on the south to let In the We would ha plnmiAil, to loll you your gronorles and grain, Imy your hhl.../'an'l' tianUle your .
Now AT PALM BEAcn. midday sun. It Is safer to protect these Florida for the emit. This. train will be "eifutulilul and uroilnre. Your truly I ,

A' t q II.i II. early beds by covering them with operated by Southern Hallway, Plant 1ft f, 17, 10 and M South Ocean Street, MoTIMMONS JAl'hS11NVILLA.FITCH t,'LA.
EE i cheesecloth stretched on frames made System and Florida East Const Railway

around and over the beds. an and after January 10th (dally, except '

INSULTATION It has been suggested; that In saving Sunday), departing from Tampa at 4.4.1;

seed corn the selected<< ear be neither 11 Jacksonville
f with our home treatment. We are \ m. ; St. Augustine a. m.; -
the benefit husked nor separated from the stalk )12:10: p. m., arriving at New York
:physicians, and you get on which It grew but the stalk and the
it 14:1": m., and consists of cnmblna-
p.
i what
of our experience No matter imhusUi ear be hung up In a dry .
your trouble is, how simple or how place until the planting season shall tion. baggage and smoker, one compartment

hopeless, we can do you good and have come round. The claim Is that sleeper, palace sleeper, dining oar

If we can't we will honestly tell youso. seed so kept has greater vitality and and observation oar.

Thousands of tired, weary, sick MANUFACTURERS OF produces more vigorous plants. Office, 212 West Bay, Jacksonville, Fla.2T"For .

and hopeless people have been entirely Doors Sash Blinds A great claim made for Angora goats the best service, see that your
cured III not only that they will live and Tickets read via I'laut System and the
and permanently by
; Moulding & Building Material. flourish where sheep would starve but Southern Hallway.
OMPOUND hey will\ browse nod clear up worthless -
brush bind which would otherwise
ik Warerooms. King, opposite
Office
XYGEN Cannon Street.Charleston remain untitled for y"o"rs. c N !

Why not take heart again and Inves- ."Farmers grow your own seed and rDR''S e.y t Y
S. C. ,elect them with care. Many; men 4
this principle. We have ,
treat _
tigate ;
have /grown rich by doing this. Youngnan. -
thousands of testimonials. Bend for Cord and an you bunting a profitable posl- rclt EfDj

book on home treatment, wonderfulcures Sash Weights, ion? Then pet: a farm and make It a --

to the sick, etc., free. seed farm. There are money, pleasure i1 Always b-fMIP -
Hardware, and Independence: along this line," ad- In the and ban our wdtim' < '

)RS STARKEY & PALEN, rises The Southern Cultivator. Po.ad l"rrnly trim.pout to name lialf as. Irtiuli mic-h.and The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one inmate,

Window and Fancy Glass the comparatively InexpenIve lh. l ..ti Ask who has in the for three
1112 shard St., Vhila., Pa. Owing/ to ",.".101". Alw r > seventy years of age, been Infirmary years,
otdera.Writ
I Ot 17 feb 900IrginicLHomes A SPECIALTY. character of fires the they materials seem the used best In i err I'ry'a-t..k.. for 111I11.I. 8w
wi'h ",...r.bl. lamp adapted smudge for common use In frost pro- I '1...... !I'. M....YY.KNV.,'x>, .....a...Vas.. ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial.that he, is

DROPSY manT RUYd rhonaandtKllrdhopvlwM.-. Ha"NOt_ section for orchards, vineyards and .i1.' 't.; ;:*' never without them. He is willing that his name should be used In'

Ia lea ardens.; testimonial it be of in persuading some other
I.yI a'I.a-t two.thirds nr..1I..n.1 I >(om.r.movyt as might use personto
.1..mont...snd TEIf DATA trraWoenroe low's This ? -- -- ---,---------- A second old in the Institution I
them. gentleman same
:aa. n. a. GREk p'3 soas box: K.AtuotoCO try ,
travel
We offer One Hnndred Dollars Reward woman to
You learn all about Virginia Lands, for any case of Catarrh that cannot IvANTEU-Ii.tteetmanor, with liicreaxei,: fUll Tuition monthly perms andexpenuM eighty-four years of age, has had liver trouble for many years and

tits resources, products, mode of cnl- YEARS'EXPERIENCE be cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure. "mnti; enclooe..."-.ddr..I."t.m". ,.... enoel. "|>" finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have two i
J. CHENEY Co..Prors Toledo O. UA NAUKK; KM)Canton: Chicago.Choice
Itlnation, prices etc., by reading the "" We the underslicnd, have Unowned ------ nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer

(Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts.i ... F. J. Cheney for the last 13; years, and from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nervousnesa. '

i for 3 months subscription Va.PIU to the J:4' L lelleve uslness him transactions. perfect and honorable financially In able all t WinesLiquors They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they I i

{Farmer Co., Emporia, : :oJ: to carry out any obligation; made by; d'nd Cigars. always have a package In their pockets. The matron also states

_andWBtsker red at bO0)w* without .blt( :;.":.: .':'t1' .." .." II TRAnK MAKe .: heir West: firm.* TBPAT Wholesale Druggist, I, Guaranteed Pare. that she is forty-five years of age and at tines suffers with indigestion

U M pain Boa ..r parttoulara 'Y' t : Toledo, O. WALDISO, KISKA.V' Jk 41! A Brix. .Sold at reduced causing pain and paroxysms of belcliing and finds that the
c2a
rnl iSI.I CO'Y".c.HTS! ; Wholesale Druggists, Toledo O.lIa11' del',, price ,
I OH H. M VKJOLkll. C0Itrw. Anvoneendfng ukrti-h. and 0rtptl'wi may indeed and 1s willing to have her
Tabules food perfectly
: Core!I. taken Internally a arc very
h. Catarrh
a. ,
..' lot North St r-r,, .ir LVrtO.l "" : l'""n are. w r 11 W Imported
---- .i.:;:. :7l:.\IrS>nSd:ntiWr l nt H ntnl ndb<..okon Cummuriliiwmi PnlmuM acting directly; upon the blood and muone Yy Tok y 'Win, name used in a testh onial. ...,
.&fr..... A.lM .,ranV for w.unne -.". surface. of the systen. Price 7:>c. .ria( Marriage Paper.IhrbnAet tin uuieu ibronirll. Munn a C ror.lvInntlr Test- from Italy. y"Jft1IDel_ """ "_ wtII_ -- -
I' : bottle. Sold by all Druggists. _... .._-
,,' wltbmllab...*. tatbe"ZSS per a- >>
4'- '. T1toe..s. of a4r.ftUwr 10 ..,,1- ;. r=:,-'''' =:- 3r ::: =
monlals free.
frura. Weallbr p.uun.,, Introdoatlon Jim ritan. John B. Togni ....t\I.: .... --_ .
j Y i t rormal aud luO word ct :;ft1fi Hair Family PHU are the best. .

.M b wWCIALAMEAICAe.T.IedeOhia/ l : .A ,.d.I, ntn.tYatdd..-tuntuttrusl.........1'.. J.-Term.. R7 d,ar -Honmt man or woman to travel, tfetropolitan Saloon, 123 East Bay SU, _____ _n__ u ._ __ __ -__ __ ---_________
.dam f'su,4...o"F.."1.....,I. 1IokI..1I. yMMte.lerl, WANTED.?. bouiw| salary flO monthly and FLORIDA.
RAMPLHCOpheltotlolrt : hptl'D. with Iner0ae; ponttlon perma- JACKSONVILLE, The ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing:
144 n.'F, nZ'1. U1CenuNe..ttp.pen U'rm & Co.aI1BtOadwaJ. New Y sat enclose.elrsddre.M..tam. *. ,
aU ( >o uJ ti.nrebl !
,. RetaiL.-
., ,, mil rprn rnr'lrt oe I'''for ..."..." ft-! r II&-.W-bl WIAOER,3! ; Caxton buUdloo, Whol... and
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f. INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 2, 1900.



-f IHDIAH RIVER ADYOCATE. 4A.WIBKLY MISPLACED 9 -SYMPATHY. Indian River Real Estate Agenc'l'ITUSVILLE


t JODIHIAI. D.VOT.D TO THB D>VBLOFHKNT We are aware that a large percent &Ail N6'
01' THE IWDIAH RIVER, tAKBWOBTO O" .
of the American people are In AL FLA.
1i ; AMD DIHOATMB eATei0T10Ne.I ,
sympathy with the Boers in what POWDIER .

I t PUBLISHED EVERY FB1WAY.UABLK they term their "fight for liberty."
Many are impressed with the idea ABSOUJTE.LY PuRE YOU would do well If you have property to soil and want It advertised In th
J i paper, free of cost to you and put In the hands of live men, to write at once t
< K. W ALTO.. Elinor & Proprietor that the Boers are fighting for pro Makes the food more delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public.
clsely the same principles that jfc3P Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency. Why DC
Dinonntlnuiino of'atlrt. must be made per actuated the Colonists during the ftOVAL' .........HOWOF*OO,NPW VOftK. >

1 anally at thin, ofltoe or by writing. Revolutionary war. From (this yours.PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00to 1000.

idea we most cordially dissent. ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.00, per acre.
Ob ok.to.,may tie mode payable to CHABLBH. There is no parallelism whatever THE TARIFF QUESTION. NEARLY every British colony Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter;mile liver front; one mile north of Ea
'WALTon.iiubllnluir and proprietor Gallie; flrst-clasH for oranges, pineapples] and vegetables Price 1000.
around the world l anxious send
between the patriotic struggle of In resolutions which to ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 miles south of Tltusvllle. Will pay $1,000 thI
Addre88 all\ commnnlratlons. to 1775* and the relentless war that I is response soldiers to figbt in the Transvaal, year and $2,000 next. Price, $7,000.
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, now being waged in South Africa. the Tituaville Board of Trade pas's.ed but so far we believe Great Britain HAMMOCK LANDS, near Tltusvllle, from $5 to $25 per acre.

TITU.VlLLB. FLORIDA. We-shall not into detail respectIng on Jan. 18th, protesting againstthe has only) accepted those offered by One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2| miles\ west of Tltusville good fo
.- _.- go ratification of certain proposed pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $ //jO.OO.
-- the incidents leading up to the Canada, Australia and India.Do .
S. l> nrtmeiit of Agriculture treaties between the United States,
v. ei Revolution, : as that is a matter or
Cuba end the British West Indies
Weather IJiircuu-Jupiter, Fla. with which schoolboy you filter your drinking water ?
history every
because of the injury that would
1 is more or less conversant, but Jas :8.: :Sours
Florida which
accrue to products, ,
t The following is a, comparative statement shall show as briefly as we can that resolutions were forwarded to Senators MOVING CL.UJJS. I
of and rainfall for the the for
t week ending temperature Tuesday, Jan. 30, 1000. entirely Boers opposite are contending principal. The an Talliaferro and Mallory, The elegant through trains of the :E3ay: ', G-ral.n.: : ]:: 'ot., Flour: ,
-1000- -1800- Judge Minor S. Jones, as presidentof
Southern Railway are operated with a I
P* DATE. MAX. Mil*. MAX. MIN. American colonies resented axa. the Board of Trade, received a vtew to the perfect comfort pf Its patrons. GRITS, MEAL AND COTTON SEED MEAL. NEW GARDEN
2l. 73 fiH 78 67 don without representation" as .
private letter-published in anoth. SEED ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME. .
I; 2ft 72 Ill; 61 m tyranical and unjust.but the Boers Courteous attention, excellent\ service,
column-from Senator Talla-
:!ItS OS DS 7', r>\ excused and In their er quick time and luxurious appointments,
palliated
2T 72 51 '7'j. '/ !) are similar ferro, explaining the situation in with dicing cars. Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds .of Insects; Harmless to man OJ:

2* OS 00 72 01 attempt to enforce con. Washington. Senator: Taliaferrosays Office: 212 West Bay, Jacksonville( ; beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotations
21) 60. 51\ ((10 40 dltion. Nine-tenths of the taxes B3T" I For the best service, see that
that he will the ratification
c $, 80 OJ: 38 07 48 assessed by the Transvaal govern. oppose your tickets read via Plant System:! and Lowest cash prices.
of the because he
L Total rainfall;\ for the week: 0.17 men I; for conducting the war treaty, Southern! Railway. Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
believes it to be detrimental to the ,
I, ,Departure from normal rainfall for the the British from
against are
week: mlnuH. .liO( Incite Departure wrung best interests of Florida. Still he ._---- ---.--
Remember that the INDIAN RIVERA ---
Americans Germans French English
1 from normal rainfall since January 1, entertains very little hope of its DVOCATK docs all kind of job printing
)
) 1 plus .10 Indies. and other foreigners. In CHAS. N. WELSHANS
defeat ns the President is i. very at short, ) notice. Send: them an order
HAT,. P. M ARDiir Observer. return these settlers who representthe much In fiivor of the treaty, and and bo cuuvincod that It. in the place to ,
wealth' and intelligenceof have done.
energy j job printing
or will be backed the
course!, by

lip THE SOOTH'S PROSPERITY. voice the or country franchise are disallowed whatsoever any in Republicans, who are in the major -Wo want to draw the attention of CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
in the Senate. But account ,
ity on
governmental affairs. la this right]? our numerous readers along( the East
of certain other modifications in Count, and throughout" the state In general -
With. a 'Pertain degree of pardonable Is It not indirect opposition to the the tariff, which we cannot now ), to the advts. of the live. and ener Agent for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.

41 pride. 'Ye call our readers' attention Constitution of our country ? Is explain, for the> want of sutnl'lent( getlo btislnetm men who ate bidding fora
to the growing Industriesin It not the reproduction of England's sh.iro'of your patronage In the columns Write for Samples and Pi'Ices. .
It has been shown that
space, FlorIda of the ADVOCATE. If you are Tn need
toward the American colonies
the the South. For time policy
a long '
will not suffer! BIt much HS we of any paitloular. line of goods, the pink Old 'Phone
8.
in the lath ? Moat iv> 218 E Bay Street
the Southern people were strictlyagrlculturulandconeequentiyonly century had been led to believe. Floridians paper will tell you the beat place to buy; I ,
l assuredly It Is. How then, as citizens them. Head the ads.
can rest Mnaured that our representatives JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
X41 moderately proHpermm. The vast of the United States can we
svmputlze with the Boers in the in Washington will do :JQjT" AH nu advertising: ,medium, no
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mining! flllInllfI&ctJl'lng.lndl1s_ all In, their pewee to defeat any paper| ] on the Kant Coast can: beat the
tries were con II nell almost exciueirely present war? that will affect AIIVOCATK. Give us a trial advl..
to northern sections, with Again, there Is a large scope of our measure interests. seriously and be convinced of the pink paper',: MeMurray & Baker

the result that millionaires goon country reaching out over one worth ,
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I' thousand and five hundred
became as plentiful as mullet along miles

d the Florid. roast. The South has in length, which, of course, will :=: E B'CTRKE:: : 410, 412, 414, 410, 418 Main St Jacksonville Fla.
only recently begun to realize that eventually be settled nnd controlled ,

these avenues to wealth commenced by some foreign power. The question Corner Bay and Ocean Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Headquarters for- .
at their own doors ; accordingly naturally arises, "Who will
they have reversed their former control this Immense territory? Grocer and Commission Merchant, Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles

1 practice? and instead of shippingtheir Shall it be Dutch, or shall it be ,

raw material to others, are English; ?'" Who have been the best Dealer in Groceries Hay, Grain, Eggs and Produce. ConsIgnments. Solicited. and Sundries.

manufacturing it themselves, and promoters of civilization? Whatis .

thus retaining the profits of both the the real interest of the United n.S. Belliesperlb............ .... ...... .Ofl HoetFI..urperlb..... ......... ... ,0 a "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on you wheels
the original and manufactured States in this matter, both LsrJ. ".......................".... H bhl 1 Racks............?.... 2.K6
/M-lb tuna "... .. ..... ... ... .lux 2 Tumntoeo, per can...................... no at short notice.
products at home mercantile and political? We do Sugar Curotl llama, per Ib. ...... .... ., .10 1Mb .. ".......... .......,.... ,0 s
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hesitate thlit'the n. Hucoii, .. ............ .inIlcnlo Milk .....4.. ........ .... '.10
South: Carolina claims to be second not to say best 'Uam, ..1................ .08M! .' MnoarontantiVermloeltaper.... 07
to Massachusetts in the interests of our country will be Kiei.. .. ."...... .......... .. Ark Soap J ban tor....... ..;. ......... OS '
number whole urnln ...,. ....... ..... .05.:1.v"I.QratodA\lple| | ,per Ib ......... ..... .10 HAMMOND PACKING CO.
of her spindles and furthered, not by Dutch exclusiveness Oreon Rio Ct,, .< ". "....l:: Mutter Ib .................,.... 30
ham. but English; progressiveness.Let nr""n'llt'ololr' : ..... ,........ .1254 Butterlneperlb'. """*...,...,.......,... ,17 (Formerly The O. n. Hammond Co.)
!, Kent Tea, o.. .. ..... ....... .4(1 Mackerel,each..I(,IB
the largest wire and iron rod foundry our readers remember that OrauulatBd Sugar! ............ ........ .ny4 Halt. atutloteacb ,.. ........................ .06 OUR SPECIALTIES
lJ.Sllprl''rlb............ ... ........... .6ft: Onlmia,per quart.... ... .................. .OK :
in the world. It Is only a this war was begun by the Boers, Meal porlb' ...... ...... ... ..,......... 0154 Lemon orack"r.,per pound................. .(HI "Coin
and not the British ". )>er aark................. .. ......"......... 1481( :: Ciing,..,a1>., perm .. ........ ........... .06 Special" hams and breakfast bacon
question of a little time as to when by aa many Orltll.Ierlh. ... ....,.... ,.. ..... .01W) Bmln Cracker*, per Ib..'..................... ,OB4
.
Georgia and Louisiana will control have supposed.! When Gladstone per0'2-Ibsaek.......................... 1.10.Nlo Naca" Ib ........,......... .07( "Coin Special" canned meats.'Calumet" .
OIHH l'lnur.'er! Ib.......... ....... ...... .O'l 5'Oyeterorwkerperlb.. .........;......*.. 07
the sugar Industry of the United. used his Influence to have the En. .. l4 *. M t hblanok.' ..... .. ......... 2,00': Stick Candy, per lb......"..............,.... .r) hams and breakfast bacon.
States. Vast refineries will be gush army withdrawn from the "Calumet" leaf lard.
I ir. au. : 3Uh<.IE, Cor. Bay and Ocean, Jacksonville, Fla.
built, and New Orleans or some i Transvaal, (It was upon the express Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .
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other Southern'c4ty will rival New agreement that the Boers were to

York in the output of sugar. As recognize the suzerainty or authority compound lard, sausagesand

to Florida, we can truthfully say of the queen. But no sooner Photo Supply C o. all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

_ that she has before her a bright had England withdrawn her forces ..

and prosperous future. The cultivation !. than the Boers commenced secretly

of tobacco, combined with preparing for war. On the other ,...A cnt1iiI: ; IJr.tC111i1I1I.Odnk" : Co. WILLIAM CLARKE. SANITPLUMBER.

the orange industry are alone sufficient hand, the very unpreparedness of .
to warrant a continued era the Kngllsh shows that they had The only house in Florida devoting Its time to the -

+ of prosperity. In the city of expected no such strife as that in AMATEUR.OUR Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Hoofing, Sheet

Tampa, for, the year 1899, there which they now fluid themselves \ Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs, Water Closets

I were employed in the cigar facto. engaged. When all the plans of SPECIALTY-Developing and Printing.. and Wash Stands. Copper vessels of all. kinds and

ties nearly seven thousand persons. the Boers had been consummated, Give us a tilal. No trouble to answer questions. .
t descriptions re-tinned.
Key West Is also they accordingly marched their
a large cigar
61
King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.KODAKS. .
'x manufacturing center, and Jacksonville forces into British territory threw -- -
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i ( makes a very creditable I. down the gauntlet, tired the first 37 Forsyth St., Jacksonville Florida
I showing in the manufacture of shot and commenced the war. ,

Florida and Havana cigars. It is What else could England have E. .H. ARMSTRONG I

true the orange groves throughout done than meet this force with .

the state have materially sulfured equal force? What would we have I' SOUTHERN FUEL
IE337Specialist THE AND
SUPPLY COMPANY.
from the freezes of 1895 and 1898 ; done under the circumstances? Let __ ,

y Btlll our growers are not discouraged our readers judge. The Rev. J. and WATCH JOBBER to tile public.

,. but are actively engaged in W. Jones, of Richmond, Va., has ( f, I will sell the high: grade Elgin and Waltham 1'!
cultivating their old something to any this .iii? Watches Wood -Coal l Coke Brick Lime Cement
trees and putting on subjecton 'b In the Best Made 20-year Gold Filled ,
out new .ones. Everything our 2nd page. Read it. Cases, (3.88 to $12.45. Solid Gold High Grade t I
considered, we, believe the South is 44 Fountain Pens, \98a each. i'

i,3 in and a In fair way to flnanclnl success, SALVATION OF THE FARMER.It 1 r An illustrated inducements catalogue and discounts mailed agents.free. Special Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick...

a few years will be: enjoying Office 65 W Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
alt of
era
( a unprecedented prosperity. is claimed by some farmers in Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262 '


y liouiiKK! COCHBANK, the famous the manipulated northwest that that it soil will may produce be so T. D. GIBBENS J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.

Tammany orator evidently intends good crops, despite the frequently .
supporting W. J. Bryan for the

presidency upon to eliminate, if he can the. be 16 prevailed to 1 idea hot recurring winds have;drouths and been, so successful.far and, the occasional experiments The HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR, GRITS, MEAL, BRAN, COTTON SEED .O.. L. KEENE...


for the next quadrenium. If Mr. depreciation in the prices of farm Meal Middlings ere etc. Dress Goods '

Bryan will submit to this proposi- products has greatly increased the Trimmings Millinery Notions
tion. he
will ,
make
a very strong financial burdens of the farmer, Depository for Cumberland Mills Flonr ,
candidate Grits and Meal. .
for the Laces
It Democratic party. and has opend his eyes to the fact Gloves, Umbrellas, Art Goods, Hosiery, Corsets..
cannot be denied
that the
Nebraskan that he not needs

with' the is masses the most in the popular Democratic leader legislation only in his behalf some, but general that Agent for the Celebrated CANOPY patent flour. Prompt attention paid to all orders.


1J party what, the to-day, and if he abandons of he farming.needs more His scientific labor and methods soil Get my Price List. To Dealers only.1C1. This is one of the oldest and most reliable houses In Jacksonville. All the latest

i terms his gold"silver wing of "the he party will should make him a larger returnIn I IDOffice GIBSENS: ::: :: ., Patterns! and Style.

heresy, saleable products. In 101 West Day Street .
consolidate all factions a very real corner of Laura, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
and make and Warehouses near the Viaduct.
the
sense of the
q his chances for election prosperity farmerIs
good. decidedly the prosperity of the country. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. 11JFWELEO.

This[ is a question of interest. all. --
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THE farmers' colleges should spring up f' ESTABLISHED 1875. WATCHES CLOCKS
friction
and between Gen. Miles all over the country, and every: one > ,

said to Adjutant-General have reached an acute Corbin stage is, course hould in take the study an annual of all the winter's questions ""V\/tXl.:: : : .A.. ::SO-C-eS: &:, CO. Diamonds

and Miles recently filed a .....Jewelry
vigorous connected with farming. We ,
FERTILIZERS"
,
protest with GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND
Secretary Root in in
,
are a position to make these 1 r(
which he asked whether Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Present
he
Cor- bard
or > times be
most fruitful of
future
bin was in command of the United good results. Most excellent- 0 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Wa l0( S. ,eP Waltham Watches, eto.

States arm'y. and cited instances butter cows are sometimes hard to handle only the beet and most reliable S eda. A complete stock of Hay
where Corbin had pigeon' -boled milk. The most precious metalsare Com, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat Grits Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright and tS iIYERtiM FINE WITCH and JEWELRY REPA1RB&&
orders which did not dark at wholesale. State apnea for Tygert-Allen Fertlllsei Co.
suit him in-
sometimes held In the
embraceof A
stead of nJ1"'Brand FerlU..nJoaraA.DaI'tIll.,orange tree and SPECIALTY.
vegetable r.rtllta
$ J'ltreOruaDd
issuing them. the hardest ..:NItrate Soda MarUtaof BalphaM Potash fartllUen Spectacles and Eyeglasses.
ores. Kalnft. eto. ThM Charge
UTe
I'otallbi paid
no one'way.' RILES,
superior la the marker,ana a, ooovloo. BeAd tor caWOI(1tI fn*. R. j.
223 W.Bay St, jAcxaoxrn.u, Ff.+'

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II

INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE FEBRUARY 2, 1900. e 6

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Georgiana. Lotus. Melbourne. Stuart. .

FERTILIZERS.I

Ir Jlugbes again slowly impiov- J. N. Chalker paid Cocoa a visit on. OOODB A' : GOODE.-Real Kttiitt and Ixwni. Mr' .X. W. Miller has gone to Ormond I

Tuesday. Agent, tor .ACtna, London and Liverpool and where bar Miller has. a good position for I
W. Bruner and Peter Wlttfleld have Nearly everybody !lIon the sick list Globe, and Imperial Fire Insurance, Special the WiD tel". I
blossoms at their attention paid" the Interests of Don,rent- I Use our Pineapple Brand if want to meet
age places.fn. this week. dent. > Mr. Corbett has sold his pretty Ian you

Annie Bruner and Alta Flora The thermometer went to 80 <: Tues boat to Mr. Uordon Pnrks. This is one
j tfeld are both very sick Dr. Cham- day morning. @ '" Subscriptions for the ABVOCATIS, of the prettiest family boats on the river. with success. ,
is giving them hU best attention. the pink paper of the East Coast will be '
J. b[. Ennls has been visiting friends received at the Melbourne Postofflce. I II We had quite a scare Monday night .
>lust Tuesday, Fred Munnon took a and his son at LaQrange. II I over front So far as we have learned no '
consisting of Atlases Eva Owens, I further harm was done than touching
Llllte Carter and Rev Sli-dorfleld,. to E. L. Porter was In this burg ou Sun Miss Mattie Iloke, of High Springs, la the tender tips of young vegetables. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: ,

ioa in his sail boat. day, looking over toe farms enjoying a visit at the Illbbs oottnge. Pines are unhurt. Ammonia . ... .... .,.........*..... ..... ,.. .... .............. to A t.errenE.
W The A..IhhleYhoxphorlo .o\cld.. .. .. .. ..... .. .. ........... ... ... .. :, ......., 4m to 1
Straughn who has Club p"rttellt.
Tuesday morning of last week, Mr. hero been stopping Literary meets<< at the home Henry Stypraan h kite was out driving with F. W. Ly- for several weeks! has gone to the of Max S. F. tlbbs on Friday evening. large sail boat owned by John Danforth. ,

to and daughter: dare Lee, and her Gulf Coast.Bean Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Bonter are now This la the largest and best sail boat on Price $30.00 PER TON F. O. B. JACKSONVILLE,

fend, Mrs McCane. planting still goes on. Some of Snugly ensconced In the Johnson cottageon our river. There will now be some competition

aesdamea Chambers, Wethey and our of this farmers will plant as late as the 15th: Crane creek. I around.We In sailing our young ladies

th were out culling on Mesdaraes month Rev. Mr.( Thomas, a Methodist minister

fen, Bruner and Hughes, last Wednesb. Corporal Williams has been learning of Haokettstown, N. J Is a guest of the. were ,surprised\ and pained to Largest lcalers i in i '
Mlsa Myrtle Baldwin also spent the the points of the Inland. Well, one could Eaton cottage for the season. learn last woek that tilt Bevlll, our station fertilizingulutcrial. .in
r at Mesdames Bruner and hardly lose him now. agent, had been removed to San
bar Grosbeak hut, treated his little Mateo
Mr. Bevlll bad many friends and
lesdamea A. L. Bruner, Qilbreath and There Is a fungus on beans here that cottage on the bluff to a now coat of no enemies, as he was always accommodating the State. t'

Irk and Misses Annie Summerour and Is spoiling several patches, and It Is feared paint, and it looks well done. and pleasant when on duty as well ,
tha Bruner were out driving, Friday.y It spread On all. when ,
may as oil
duty. His fnnilywillbe
H
Rev. W. lY
took dinner with Mrs. Carter Taylor and niece, ,Miss "
and E. R. Provost has wlnd brtlak Bessie Taylor greatly 1II1 Med. A Mr. Anderson, a single "; I
Bod itt. Mesdanaos Baldwin Chambers: put up a : enjoyed a pleasant row on

H, Wethey, on vegetables his front from, 14ft.heavy high winds., to protect his I our beautiful liver last Tuesday, \ home man,with takes Dir his. B.place Kttchlng., and has founda All rroHpontlcmoo oheorfullv fine",wored.Kff .

On Monday, Mr. Peek took his trim Capt. West has orange blossoms pn If our people l not sensible and t
le launch around the Island with Commission drummers have been plentiful t his trees to show visitors. who call. He were
I Bruner and family, Mesdames Clark A. of late, principally representing also has large sago palm la bloom. I mostcoidlal lln social life, there might be Write for Special Pamphlet.
New: Fork and houses danger of some hard feelings these exciting
Gtlbreath and Mls Annie Snramer- Philadelphia Mr. nnd Airs E. S. Young:: of Baltimore days Among our best citizens

as passengers./ Mr. Klngman alsot Some of the farmers are realizing fancy (have tented Airs McFarland's are both Oermnns and and these LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE
with his handsome launch, and i had prices for beans just now, aud they pretty cottage on Strawbridge avenue two factions tAke' sh Enjtllshj! tIS on the CO.

board his wife and niece, Miss IIun easily+ sell for $1.50 per crate for good for the winter. Boer war Thus far the ones who soanxlolll.ly ,
it Fred Munson and wife and her slsMrs. stock. .
*, Millikln. Both parties joined- Henry E. Klngh; and wife wore /guests walch every mail for some :J'ackaors.vill: :: o. Florida.:
/good news from South .\fl'lclIIlve le- ,
In. Henry Jordan, of Philadelphia, has of Hotel Carlton the past week, noel
dinner
merry plcnlo at the "Old CHSJ
been with made tends. while coined from the rent of u* sympathy' InUlead ,
stopping C. 1) Provost for a new << here. We hopeto .
the -
opposite front of the -- -
J Island. '
while. He spent the winter here two sou them lore ngaln.Our of coiigiiitulatiniis./ Ol umns'e I rho
Peck took Ills party: up Bannnn river nitive" Amuiicnnii' are In favur of libcrly
I Mr. Kinsman: brlnirlnn, is years ago. club meets to andV East Coast
party up gun practice, and independence everywhere-how can Florida_ Ry.
flian Kiver-all said "we had a tine ,. Drummers are plentiful at present. W. Harden makes most of the best we deny to others the blosslngi we our*

tin On Friday last two were here, and on IIhotR; I:. S liendoi-lH next, but when It selves BO highly prize Few communities .
TIME: : TABLE, NO. 20&. IN KFFKCT FEU. 1, 1000.
TuAday one for New York and Philadelphia conies to ahootlnggaini', tilt Bender gets take mOle nU""IIIII.el"i | or me hotter

: hoaxes them, sm'e. posted than the citizens !Stuart .
1VE YOIJR DEALER order you one MOUTH HOUND (K. vl UUWD.I (Hoiul tip)) MOUTH DUUND.Uo .

bf Avery'B hl h-wheel hand, gaiden It is a pleasure to see the largo steamboats Mr. and :Alta Jnhn Ol..dllIr.. ... Chan. 'l l' u.Ji; lSO.iiii1fO.AI'N"N; : ; :;II o.I N'itiYN No.\III\ Nu.1Jd N..IIIII..lly

Plows from the Florida Hardware Co., ngaln:( running on our river; but Spangler Ind1111": Kin ma !Spungler; returned lie Fooled" tlio 9urgl'OnHo U"Uy I lo4Ily Uldly" Dally Daily STATION. 1I..1IJ' u..Uy 0&11)0"1J' O..ly V.Uyex
tate agent. nl.itil (hey do not beam to recognize bier from ]HoHulaml, wheie they spent! Mun. "IlMu I 1 rx rln -ox: 141'o'r. \ \
All doctors totd lienlck Hamilton of : lialtnn u'Tt 7 So T..i'kvlllo..Ar:: : Ttij) iiW\i TK ii Il I la. 1"13u'vY
--- ---- -- rifts Island now. a moNt delightful work ns the guests ol .;) P 1 Wl' 'II:Vii' I> : 1 ''kill
and West Jetie'sou. O after angering 18: NS V II Nut V 111141 WI' IIUI.a 1I1\l\ ArlS.A'jf'Un"J.v A lop II aq) 11001) tl 1\lIa\ 1Y 411. 1J:1 Nap
Dir Airs L. C. :Moore. .. ... ... O'MI( . .. .... .
Jupiter. T. O.Ronald and A. M. Chambers have month from .. 111O..IUIII.. L"HA'Ir'UU.-r dll/lll III/IIV/ 1111I'o1'
rcoijil I llstula\ he .
( wiuld lllIe ... ......... .... .'. IIYIx llxxdnqnLr 61011' .... .. ....
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cot the finest tomato patch in Lotus. On Mardi 2nd our chantnuqna will tin I oss n cosily opuinllon wns per funned i .. ... ... IJ'1lip !L oln 0 !HAa ArR.!:. 1'ntutkx !lAp .b.4tih. I .8!161i tl 06r .:.:..:.:.o.: :..:..:.:.:.:.: "
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They are of the dwarf variety, and stand begin. Tim llth will be Pioneer Day, but he cured. lilmsolf with live boxes ol ., .., ... .:.:.:.-. . N 1r4. ur..IUOIIf\.. 'al."k..1: L,/4ry. d'IUylAlllAx ,. .. . .. .. ..... 1 1I.
apt. Chns. R. Cailln is overhauling straight up, which! preserve the fruit. and It U hoped that all old noel\ new set- Bifcklmi's Arnica Salve. the surest pile .. .. '. :...: : :: / YhxtLv.Yeletk ::Ar" tl lI1ul' .-. .. .;.:.:.:.;.' ?: .:.;.:. \
1 repairing one of the Lake Worth t tie is 11.10111Lhe( const will bo here, HH a cure on earth, nod the best Ivx In the .. .......... ..:. . .. 11uI> (ITul..r..uM.8tJ1.. ." . 7: 1\1 ,i. . .....,. I
finches and will soon have It In firstconditlou. Thursday, of last week, Mrs. .T. N special program/ will bo prepared, for world. 25: cents a box ; sold by ]i, U. .. ..... .. "_. . .Y , H lAx H Ifm LvMan MutmiAr f IO.1\ lilt' . -. . ,
Chalker" assisted by Mills Maude\ Hardee them : :, Iu1n TIiiiT4 i'iluxtLvltYwlnka-Ar T1JII 6. 1)'i1i\i!\
liS lion. Friink" Clark, or Jacksonville Wilson A Son dl'Ujf/ollalli. \ \ Il 1UIIa q,
and Mrs. S. A. Osteen, entertained the will address the that / ta .. ,. .111/1'1'' UI'I) > IUIW> ]10 4Wu'' ..Ormoml. ACpUlry TOIl' L/ pC' 1 1r
new settler arrived last" week'a; fine little folks with A candy pulling and pl"nears on ij. IIWy IIll1p hit. 1U 6UuSifllp JJ ..Uayuiua. Jxt,y. ably 1i4. t'g I! Ib"ii "
day. Excursion trains >ill run from . UNAp: 111" Lt'.Ur""Il"' AINp JINp ..
Iby buy Newa Year's other amusements John Booth receive fj it JJ 00
a the
gift to ,
north and smith, so all may have chance Tibbals. .;. .U06n Ally IaJpltlu'{ .'f ,Smyrna JU'y: 0:17\1: 1)Ia! IL. ::
"oather Bureau by Mia. II. I. I*. Ilurdln, fleet, prize for oomioR nrnreatpfnnlnq the got hero I t . .. :llql .Dak Hill N alp. P =
e> wife of the Observer. The mother donkey's tall on right, he being blind rod! I ,. 17.6 u'Utlp NAaplNlAp: "tl'Itnrvllle"\ NUq" BIMp/' 6Uiti'B'ltlu
d child folded and Dallas ii. : ; . ,. . HII'I'' City Iwhtt" 1'111' . .. . .. ? rrt I t{ "t.fI t.
are doing nicely. ; Ramsey got booby :-Do you want to buy or sell propertyon Rev L. Sawyer, of this place, holds : !! \': buoy uxapl lJ4Hp), ..lJot...... 1111'1' 211I1.; ,. Ii. 1:

The steamer St. Sebastian Is making prize. Indian Hlver ? If you do, write the wardens every Sunday morning at Eden,, 'li;. 'J!;t ."" ". .' .11117.. ... 1111141111p uup 1114" ""lCttuliallm"Huoklitdif lU'111 lxsV/' 1/lOt 1411p/: .1.1711 ; : ;.: [ : 5

?ular trips from Konkledge, to this Indian Klvor Real Estate Agency, Titus and at Jensen twice a month In the nf I :.I. away 4l111: 1 'IV aMel6uuros" IN Wry' 1Jlyxtly . ..-ll .
bint, and Is a very welcome sight In ville, Fla. !See ago 4. teiuoon Mr. Sawyer seems to be very '5 9''U '' IIIMII' .. . 1111I14. ..... . "'.
Rockledge. much liked by big lu I .if jt ;. ,, ; . .. IIIJHI .. .ibaHtlan.. *' . ..?. 1, '
(eRe waters She connects with the congregations our ih.! . . 11117... .Ht. I.uote. II l illite ., .. tJf4hi
[uth bound passenger train. DeLand. neighboring tux ue.Cxpt. ? A Yin 'oot> 1107" 9,1W, .K. Plnroe. IUdin llllliy, eOlll'l., .J..k'a' lit iR.1I
1111I11', Tlbbnls.. 111/11Io./ .. .
Irby Smith and Ills brother-law, Chas. II. Walton, editor of the pink / J. II Andrews and Mrs. Goo E. ....-:1 It . .", Illltp ; ." ,Jithm..10: 111/11.: . . ". ..'.00. -l: :xl't l:
Staoey, of Gomez are visiting Mr. paper, spent Sunday:! hare, a guest at the Andrews sailed last Sunday for Gilbert's ,j oj .. 611t11' . ,.. xuxen, lU elx . .. . .. t
.. . .. . . .
. Htuart .
fred Smith, at the lighthouse. They Hotel Indian RI vel". Judge; D. L. Onulden, of TIMisvlltd!, liar Inlet, on the yacht Dixie, to Join oaf! M. ." ". '. ." '"" . '. G4/jp 1171' . H.Hound."' 11)11.11.1.. . . .. .. .. :i
'port the outlook for truckers as very L. Battenfleld spent fmm Saturday until Monday with Copt Gen E. Andrews, who U cruising ... . . . 1 00" .:. W.Jnpltor 111//" :r ..
'jmlslag in the Narrows section. W. has just completed his family. with a potty up the coast from Palm "" . W. P. i'JIl" ec.lj'ui'ie iilo'lav &:. 1
an addition to his cottage; and is now Bunch, on his launch Lady tl ii I 6 lJallOl\p\ (8:14p: 1 ftWpArP.B'nhlnn" tlWlaa 1000"IU"'" II' Mf
[Capt. J as. A. Armour, keeper of the haying the whole house repainted. A larpe,:! number of lecture courses are May.Mrs. Iii .. ,' 6.r. 11111"" 61U" I.v K. PVInim" NAsIIUYI. ." 11i1

Rhthouse has been confined to his bedr J. M. Paine and Miss Cordelia have being given In the auditorium, which E. M. Snylor and daughter, Miss U i["?1./" eaAn Olin .11/01'. ; 8UI(MpUUp| |> .61/111'. "WYN'rhAr" .IC...nton.Lv. 1111Utt tdtx.IIlI. : .... I Po
| three weeks with a very painful afDtlon arrived tire fulily. well attended. Alice, of Arlington P,'., al'llved I at their .f12! 12 AY1x ; ; ? ; ; ? ...Uiiiniy., ,. ", / ;CJ
the result of a bud cold contrnc- at their winter home here, after a beautiful home noel pineapple plantation, :! q dlllla IDUlp .. irL''.hus.. ls/lHa/ .? .. .. .,1"/1,1: :I-
delightful: trip through California and The repairs on Mrs\ Swift's house, at Land ] Tl/rn .. IU4llp. i.mn, Ulty dlla .
Sunny MUurday where q'J I I. Ii II'
while ,
on watch In the tower. He la Mexico. this place, which was" damaged" by fire, I1* they ex T4.'iH II I'm ludm'9'hipAr" Ailmnl' .. Huy. II trinililln
covering rapidly now, and his fiiends pect to upend several months Mr.
.
Hunting completion 1 Itlnx u" "Y x up mi Mttniuili* vuum IN Ix "" "I"?"
bpe to see him up and about in a few Miss Mamie RedwIne, who has been Snylor and daughter have many lends.
.tvr..a ire. and
kys more visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Magruder .J. Monroe and family, of Chicago/ are In this place who cordially welcome bmyrnr Ul'anlJ. ; Btwen Tltntvlll and Stknford.No. ,

for some time, has set up a dress ranking comfortably located In their residence them. City Junction.
|Our people were dreading a frost on establishment Jn Miss Julia Robert's old on the Boulevaid. James NoA n I HTJ1'i' lI "Rti. No.S No.4 .11i RTATION II. Ni o I UBlUln

and y night, last, as one of the possl- quarters in Cocoa. Price Price and sinter, Miss Motile "'4'Up rn2, & %tfew. Neir rnK.:-;..e li'r.: > Tlk p '",i um Cv.llMi ... .. ... 'Tltui.i Yl UU"t .'. .Ar ITp.
|e results of the severe cold wave which Quite a largo number of McFarland'sFruit prominent residents of Hendersonville Idly( 11141 I Lake IirlxuLr N/'y OUUIl ? .. .. ., .,.. .Mlm..L. IMP
Be Weather Bureau reports as sweeping Geo. Hatch his recently purchased the Protection Tents are to be seen N. C., spent several days last 607p IWp .Oranu 1 taty.. IIIII'11MI': I / HKM.IHAIIa .. .. .. ..O"t_"... .. ..,.... '* 1I67.1
the middle residence Barton around DeLand everybody speaks In the week In this place the of Mr. and ,A Up 1UAnAr.(1ruNOU', Jot. 111/71 b'*'VAll ", ,..al ntorprlNm ? .. HUta
and
rOBS gulf slaws Pine- on avenne, formerly ; guests .. + *, Ar .. .NnnronL." .. .. .. lllta.latyJunminndally ..
train b twi New and "
terms about them. Mrs. W. n. Harris and left iii Hn.yrn Orauyv
pIes are now blooming, and Urge quan- owned by George Illgttln: and now occupied highest Sunday night .
ies of truck is being shipped; a frost by Jan. Mitchell and family tilt Mr. and Mrs. 'John B. Stetson of for Palm Bench, where they expected: to All train hotwmtn dally axoolIIun..y.THunvlIln .anil 6.nroMD.tw..aJaok'v111e.ndPabloDewoh
old be a serious disaster. Hatch will move to hU new Louse In the join a friend from Cleveland O., who Is .
Philadelphia, arrived here, on Saturday cruising down the coast in his private 'ThiVmi. Tim Tiiblx* nhuwr-tli tliito* at whichtralnnanil
spring. last, to spend the winter. Their many Hfi'f'ION'M.( : A b..t. way IM xpmitoil, to arrive and
yacht. Mr. and Alton Price o. "
were ao _
ALERS will\ please note that Florida The committee for the 'East Coast lends were pleased to see them. much pleased with this location that 6 (JIM cv.---:: : ...-J"k..uvliii" i r -nUll"--- 'ilxparC but their from arrival fhnwwxroi or dupartur ulatluun at and the porM tlino

I Hardware. Co., Jacksonville, are selling Chautauqua, held annually at Melbourne, Golf Is now being played by the guests they decided to pay us another visit 6AtNA / Al r. ...PD"lo Ilnu+h.. ,Lv BIAj ..ted IM not KUiirnntmnl. n {kerosene oil l heaters at cost. has thin year set aside one day-\Iarch: of the College Aims on the beautiful before returning home Ail sea ux Imtwuitti Ko. JiutkHoiivllln.lUH .(f'PDlll" hold Itwilf nixpniiMlhl! for any delay or
; .
1 1I Uth-us Pioneer's Day, when they want grounds surrounding the hotel. This iuiiamin'"i" arlnloit tlmrnfri'in.

I all the old settles, far and near, to gather house is Mr. and Airs Sutton, of Lancaster, O. ;
Hastings.Church there and enjoy themselves in a good speaks quite rapidly well filling for the with gnnsts, C., Miss Mollle Price, of Hendersonvlllo, N. Florida East Coast Steamship Co.
I manager
I old fashioned way. Uon. Frank Clark, U. ; Mr. and Mrs. J. T- Waters and Miss
W.
II I of Jacksonville, will be the speaker of Rlpley. England nulled l Saturday for Gilbert's PROPOSED SAILINGS l
services have been held here I the day. There are now enrolled Stetson University Bar Yacht Club house, ns I the guests of

gularly, and well attended., about 125.! students! all of which Mr. and Mis. W. H. Harris, on their j'11AM1-t1AVANA LINE, .

Wednesday night G. N. Hatch passed speak in tfre highest terms of the man launch Buckeye. The whole party Lixtva Miami Bnndnyn and'Wnlnowluyii., . . .. . ,.. . ....,....................ll:00p.: .m.
The weather has been beautiful of the postolUre over to the newly appointf expressed ArrlreNarunrMondxyeemlThural.yw. ,. ..n. ... .. . ........nn.. .. .. HVUp.m.LtnvaHnvannTiwwIayiaudFrMnyii. : .
Lte, with an occasional cool day and ed J: L. Wilson. It is with agement./ Dr. Forbes, the genial president themselves as upending an un- .. .. ;' ,. .. .., .. .. . .. ..... ...a...?!] :UU a. ni.
ome' rats postmaster is always oo the move to see that usually, pleasant day. The welter Is Informed ArrlrsMlwnlWain +elayawtdNnturvlaye.! . ... .. .. .. .. ." .n 6:.ml a, in.
regret that we sue Mr. Hatch stop out, as
everything runs smoothly that )fro Barrie wax unanimously
The ADVOCATE Is widely rend and we have never had a. postmaster who has elected vice-commodore of the Gilbert's MIAl71-KLY WEST LINE '

own the East Coast, as well as nr over given more general and entire satisfaction An athletic association was formed bf Bar Yacht Club, at their meeting last Ix ve Mlnnd\ Horulnya, WwlnoMlaya and IVUlaye, .. .. ...." ... ...n.lfolelp.m.:
'lorlda. Header, are you a subscriber? I than he. the students of Stetson:: University! last Saturday. We wish to congratulate Arrive KxyVe.t Tnuwlity.. '!'bur..I..,.* and Hnturdnys" .. ? .. .. ........ .,.., ..........U.UOnoou.L : .
our
week, for the purpose of having various .uv. K.y Wiwt Tutwlayii" 'fhllr"" ..,. andHatnrdaye. .. ? .. .. .. .. .,.. ........ .......... 0:Ckl p. m.
Our. popular old 'station agent, E. L. i kinds of sports nn presentation day, and worthy friend and also the members of Arrtvlt M end Wmlnnxluyn, ITrlility.an'lHuiKlnyn. .. .,. . .. ...... .. .. .. .. .. ? ? &:IK) a. m.
[cClung has left the F. E. C. Ky. Co.'s to continue same until the end of the the club In their selection of so popularand
Fort Pierce. able man for their officer.dlorlotix f11AM1-NASSAU LINE .
ruins to go into farming, and is sea school year. We trust that the commit* .

eded by J. II. Yelverton, jr., late of St. tee of arrangements will meet with, suc hrareMiemlTnewlnraWrxlnexrlnyewulPrbLyaRfanrlar4, ( Ira>..11))... ....,.,..,..,.... AAOp.m: -
\ Arrive NUMIWU 'Tn.*lay., Thurwlnya and HuturduyeI .... .. ..u. .........
who hear will
mgustlne, we now per- J. S. Bell returned from Titusville teas NOWH ...ave NIMHUII TuxHilny. 'l.hoor..II'ld.. Hntnrday (Nmuioil A?...0)).. ...,...., ... .. ... 5:00:( p. m.
inncntly settle here with his wife and Arrive Mln.nl W..lno.'I"l..lI'r\ll..Y.. and Mnmliiys.T . ,. .... .. .. ,, .
Saturday. Comes from Dr. D. B. Carglle of 'Vaa-
the girl. >ie aEovo) .irii \yen...iil wt|,|uxx dnrfnii B'ulirunry and a urn u
H. Machattie, of Hobe Sound, paid Eau Gallic. Lila, I. T. He writes: "Four bottles of After April l+t tliCT r will >Im two "" 'IION.IH. Wff\t
At present all Is activity here In farm- this burg a visit Saturday. I leotrlo Bitter has :poured Mn. Brewerof -V..r roiiy i>f ,nir-iii;; ilinu ( ..r.1! oitll at ffi Wiiit B<-ty otroet, J..nk..III't.nr addrmn, I
g( circles-preparing for and plantg scrofula, which had caused her great J. 1". BIGKWI'1'H'Cruulu; Mxuapr J. U. !KAHN1CH, : A. O. P. A.
the usual spring acreage In Irish po- Chas. Carlton returned from Stetson Buttering for year Terrible sores would Anrn//ne .
titles Julia .
Robert of Cocoa 1 U visiting ---- --- --
toes. Truck, generally Is lookingell University Monday night. break out on her head and face, and the -
Watt week.tilt
Mrs. this .
and especially! the strawberries, of Tuesday morning we had quite a white best doctors could give no help; but her DIRECTORY.COUNTY CII VRCII y,,.
Lich we notice II. Yelverton, sent, frost doubt tender Foppleton. of Stuart, la vlnltlng cure !III complete and her health Is ex.collent. I
f this place, has an extra nice patch. tables., .10 damaging vege bin daughter Mn. Ilatch, this week. .'' This shows what thousands ritEailYTKKIAN: CHURCH.

have. proved-that Klectrlo Bitters Is the OI'I'ICEIUI.RCIIOQL ""r"I a* every Huliliath at U a. m.an.1 1 JIll p.m.
The Social Club Wed Alias Gertrude of
meets
every nell- L. Carlton is making an addition to McCoy, Melbourne, best blood purifier known. It's the Himdity twhwil at in a. in (lm. W, 1I<"."le.
supreme
Bay evening regularly. It ts always well wan a pleasant vial tor to friend here ) nO RD. lrii.yr miwtliiK on trednNdnr erenluIratlran.
his tore, In building a dwelling house remedy for eczema, totter salt .
Invltad
attended by our "upper: ten" and others, 1I10nda,. Thenulilloar.oordlaJly to a t- Il
over It.Parson. rheum, ulcers bolls, and running sores J. M. PUnn. Tjto..llh'l. H. N. Andr_. tend our Nnlnet.ter. '
|nd there are vague but happy ((1') rumors The F. E. C. Railway will have a night stimulates liver kidneys ami bowels CuCal| 8.K.IHfab., Malbmirn { .JOHN A. IIUOHKD, I'adtor,
,
lit
in the air of the speedy promotion Gove held services here last _._ _.
stationed here --- -- -- -
the
bf a Ladles' Club which will hold weeky Sunday at the Baptist church. Quite a operator during con- expels poisons, help digestion, builds
,
tlnuebce of the last train schedule. I the fie) sold 1 COU.1TY COMMI IONEI( .
strength.
up Only cent; by MKTIIODIHT CHURCH
[ meeting, and possibly (let ns hope,) ni/mber were in attendance.
vita a circulating library attached. The cold snap Sunday night and :bloc Br. H. Wilson &; Son, Druggists. Guar J. R. Walker, Titunvllla' | h I ., ..."1"". every Ant, ttilrdand fourth'
schooner Merchant of New York Mendel, J. It. 1/tnnrllPe.. .: .
The an teed. IjuJrunuei wlllk"r\ / Itlll"r.r. at II a. and 7'iK' ) p. m. Numb)
Copt A. Michael In command! was an day night did no damage whatever la .. Jno. M.MLton. !!:Mu fiulll.i, \01', .Anlu..... .eRr Monday ai 1ON a, m. Kpwortfcl.
this vicinity Dean are W. II. Hli.rpe, HliirM. lt+Kiilar' iMMinn* arc .: .. 'h : :: :
greowers congratulating | nccii Hi< Hiimluy at a uup: in. ITaver nimt.
OR BEST RESULTS, nee only nitro- chored at our store dock for a few days. themselves and are shipping rrWe would esteem the favor If ourreaders laid ant Monday lu sash. month loll vnry Tlinrnluy nlicht. MlnVlm-k.: Th.
powder shells. If your dealer does not Messrs. Sullivan and Harbin came largely getting overly good returnsClerk when writing: or calling: upon --- ---- ----- Ladl up
carry them regularly In stockhave| him Saturday on the steamier St. Sebastian, our advertisers to purchase merchandise, COUNTY OPriCtALfl.Minor "' at. 8 IKI p.. m. Ev.rjlMxIy: welcome. at our ohuro6Nnleee.

order you a sample lot of the Florida with Noel Mitchell, nf the HotelGranada eto., would mention the ADVOCATE.: B. JOUR*, Tltiiovllla, clrof'II lodge' I>.
from Hobe bound to spend Sunday
Hardware Co., JackHonvllle. has gone/ to Kockledge, where L. "..,,"Illn. TltuTlll, cunnty indent M.Jolilmnltli Rev. J, E. MIOMLKR: fnator.
their families.We lie Is stationed f In the Intercut of the In oral Tltn.vlllv. priiMMiiitlnK aitomay;;
A le ,
Horne A. A. Tlw.r, te, alert circuit J.
Rrowartl niurti I
to see the change of dian River l steamboat > The : Er I8COPAL ClIL'ItCH.Burvlre. .
are sorry COIl1I any. r. Wix.ten, C' Banyan. weather affected oar school) teacher Mr. young ladles look mournful since hi* for Hale at a Jlargalll, 1 tax eollactorl John' ll.nry.Tltn.vlll.: I 2nd and 4thundaya In snub' monthI '
Dickeraon having to keep In the house departure tnuwuror J. H Hum, t,nerwnar. uMirlnl0ntl.: / 11 a.. in. and T p. m. Hunday aahoiil every
eat pulillo In.Crnrtlnn; J. u. Krlm'riiiLTilln. mm.Uy. at '';:30 a. m. Evenlnff ai 9 in.Ui .
We are planting squash and melon for the last ten days. Acting-Mayor Gen. F. Paddlson baa At Mlcco, on Indian river, Fla., con. snooty .hrv.l>r; J.y.Drown.Tlluarllle.eharla', on .< .... ",.. MUoy aervloe nray.r every Friday p.'

8\KIin this locality. caused notices to be posted In promInent dating of 10} acres, a well built, two- at 1U s. DI,
Archdea ,
A Life and Death Fight.Mr. places, calling attention of bicycletlden story house, 7 rooms; a tw0-8toryatore :MVNICIfAUTOWX
Cropi, on the average, look fine, and to the ordinance requiring} the building, Itx32ft.:: handsome front lawn, ------ --- '
ota of beans are Intlog shipped.W. \V. A. Hlnes of Manchester, la., I carrying of bells and lamps on all bicy \ ; a :300 foot dock) COUNCIL. r CHUBCH.eaehlnir .

O. Simmons has about closed a writing of bis almost miraculous escape ales (section 4th of the ordinances relating iM buddaPoragge, tangerine and grapefruit Mayor, A. D. Pennsl' ; slil rm' 'ni Jno. M. every .monil and fonrth "nn.Uyn
trade I from death, says: !'Exposure: after measles to scorching,should not be forgotten. trees; l.V; ) sour trees, ready to burl' IXion, W. R. Knot, Jno. K. W lker, U. Is mornlnn and evening./ l ajr. Meetmit every
for Illlliard'a Wwirumlay
B. J. at
place. Awning tillt o-ohx-k.
.. ;
... Hnnday
.t1..D r. A. l.n.l.y ." Juuu ttI"
; >r:
serious trouble which artesian
] Induced lung ROO) stock
well' Kobiml .
/ ..
young nursery ; sleek anti troamirtir C. H. II marshal/l land everyHnnday .8:41) P' AlM> pnavb
: <
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We are still In the ring:, and like the ended lu consumption. I had frequent 1,2K( feet galvanized: pipe dl.trlbot.ed nnllmUir s Ie.llnuknlKht.Tb'hll"* oouocllmeeu; Ingnnt Sunday at Lao ran".. All are cordially

ADVOCATE, hard to down.." We have hemorrhages and coughed night and day. The Appetite of a Goat over place; 1 acre wood shed for pine tint Tiumday In each muutb. lavlMd to attend. E. N. BBC.I. Paitor.
a bard fight: with the commission men All my doctors said I must soon die. apples; a few hundred Porto Rico pineapple a I

nd express companies, and they are Then I began to use Dr. King's New Is envied by' all poor dyspeptics wbos plants; railroad station on west INDIAN RIVER GUARD CATHOLIC CHUBCH.errleee .

both old hands with the "mittens. Jnst Discovery for Consumption, which completely stomach and liver are out of order. All line of this place; tramway running to Drill at th. Armory over swung .U..8I"J .
think of, one commission man keeping cored me. I would not be without such should know that Dr. King's New river front on the east. This place to be Tumiilay .Tcnlng In lie montnatlo'al" I Church"" al 10 a. m. every !!Innda,. In new

>fgbt bona of beans for four weeks, and it even If /it cost $3.00 a bottle. Hun Mfe Pills, the wonderful stomach and appreciated mast be sees The very R K. MIMRJa., Capuln. building* V. a p.,m.North Tltusvllle. Children'seaMcblei

hen send in lOcU and say the beans got deeds have used It on my recommendation Iver remedy, glue* a splendid appetite, iandmet place on the river. The Rsv.J. r. OBOTL, Reetor.If .
rozen on the way. I and all say It never fails to core sound digestion and s regular bodily land la of the best hammock. Orange BOARD Or TRADE.Mmtt .

Throat, cheat and lung trouble" Reg- habit that Insures perfect health and trees nearly all In bearing now steer nmnit Wcdnmrlay Dlgbt/ In ...,,, want Rood results will
.
;BASH, DOORS AND LB IND9. Florida I: rlar size boo and l.OO.. Trial bottle free great line,., Only 2 boat B. B. Wilson Apply to D. L. OAUI.DEX, Atty., fade month. at M.t'.no H. o'clock Jonm. prnliinnti room.\ over J. M......com.I>108.: ... find the you ADVOCATE an excellent, you advertising

Hardware: Co., Jacksonville. at B. B. Wilson & SOD'S drug store. &; Son's drug afore Tltusvllle, Fla. i trMMunrri J.O. But,_nul7. median.

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 2, 1900.
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color Central
I gives iy y Florida

l pOTASH flavor firmness to HOGHOUSE.- ]:


Deign Which Anmrrrrm the Par 't
all fruits. No good fruit pore and liitoivea theE Peninsular Railroad.Unexcelled

Leant 1'o.elble Coat.; .

can be raised'without !L..A.A.fl..A.....4..A. ....-&. *..4..J:

t C. I*. Reynolds In The Breeder'" Gaictte ) a. rr 4fr service from Florida to all points

Potash. describes a bogliouse of a pattern : / etvn

use by E. M. Elghme a' well known S

Fertilizers containing= at least Michigan of considerable swine breeder.experience It is.the awl result 1 It-: / 0 ,' w l North East and West.

designed to answer the purpose at theJea t. '' ,

I S'to 10% of Potash will give t possible cost. In planning the ( S x711,, a rtirho

least possible waste of material baa
and Columbia
Two Trains dally between Tampa, Jacksonville, Savannah carrying
best results on all fruits. Write been kept well.ln mind.
The front of the house Is six feet ki Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping cars, connecting at Columbia. With aleepeis for

The side l Is S feet 8 inches. This la so i
for our pamphlets, which ought that 14 toot stuff can be used :for the and
Baltimore Phila. New York.
roofing after being once cut in two and Washington

to be in every farmer's library. still leave sufficient projection both YC S Yy ,

In front and rear. The front is five Q 4 Also with Clnclanattl Sleeper via AsnevlWo.

They are sent free. feet high and the rear three feet For .
I the upper part of the frame four eight r t 1 .0"0"-

foot 2 by 4's are used. For the front "
t .
GERMAN KALI WORKS, FI
cut five feet out of three of these, and "Dixie yer .

J __ 91_N..iau__ Si., N.w__ _York. __ the three left of each will be right for ,
=
no
the back. The other should be cut Tri-\Vcckly 'Sailings Through Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and! St. Louis via

Free and half and halt and used midway on either

1 Accepted 1I Masons. eight side.Inch For grooved siding matched use 13 pieces stuff 12 of BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK Lake City, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga and Nashville

/ feet In length. These 13 pieces should
a r Inclose the whole and leave: enough'for at Charleston, S. C., both ways) Making connections for Kansas City, Chicago .and all points.IA tbe Northwest.

i Indian --,'". No. 00TitUBville The FulleCalling in the Coastwise Service

River :'i : Through Bleeping oar service between Jacksonville and Jfew Orleansvia
v"L .
Lodge /N N Florida. The Clyde New England .and Southern Lines. River Junction and Pensacola.Full .

1'' Holds Its meetings. the second and fourth Krl Direct Service Between
day ut a ehtnnntha' the Indian. River hold Information to agent of this company
on application any
Tlrimvllln." A. A. Stewart at 7:(KJ, Worshlprul o'ltlurk,'p. tit Master. Jacksonville Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points.

1'J.H.. It n.,Wnlker Wilson,Junior Senior Warrlon..J. Wnrilen.. (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) A. 0., McDoncll], L. A. Shipman,
lu C'arriitliem: Senior Deacon.
F. A. I"'MI..y.Jnnlnr DiKioon. SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS)

1. M. IMxnn, Tr'anurer.V. Southbound ..". ."........ .. ..... ..... .. .......... ... from lewis Wharf Boston General Pass. Agt. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
i A. Morgan, Bocretary Northbound. I".. ...."...... ...... .... .. ... .. ........... from footof Hogan Street, Jacksonville
1s A. I"ro""her,1'yl..r.F. .
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111 R. Clmffee, r .. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

C. II. Walton r Steward" rN ------r-;;"- Clyde's St. Johns River Line. .

-- JACKSONVILLE: AND SANFORD.

THE HAMBURG FOWL. MICHIGAN nOOFIOUBE. Jacksonville,Talatka BETWEEN Sanford. Enterprise Fla.and Intermediate landings.on'! the St.John's River. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

a door If one Is desired The corners STEAMER
A Bird That I* Worthy: of More Notice
.
Q/ Than TliU Country; Oh'... It.. ran be finished off very neatly by using "FHKIVK De AUV." Florida New York,

I The Hamburg! Where are we to find 10 feet of seven-eighths Inch quarter CAIT. W. A. SILVW. Philadelphia and Boston.

+ 'a more aristocratic, a more thorough- round. In making the roofing) use eight Leave Jacksonville 4:80: p.m., !Sundays,'l'ueldays and Thursdays. From Brunswick(direct), to Nay York.
pieces of six Inch matched clear pine, ( ,Wednesdays, and Fridays. /
Leave Sanford 9:00: a.m Enterprise 9:3l: a. m. Mondays
bred fowl tliiin the ? Its history
Hamburg PASSENGER SE1RVZCE.) )
t each 14 feet In length mid cut to seven '
Is1'grand,, and the more we look at 'eet. There will be one seven footboard Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. I'' ( tfigk, -
To make connections with ste&w@r leave ,Tacksonvlllon ,
_r It the wore wonderful it Is. Thero Irema'ny left but this will have to be ripped ". 11. WARBUHTOJ T. P. A. IP. M.IKONMUNUKK!; !: Ju., l'IaPa.s.AgL.| 'r' Thursdays at 4:M p. m., or Fernfti4n! dt 6:00 p. in., Tit !
popular thoroughbred fowls to finish the hoot to the desired oMowlinKOreinNew York. I 21* W..8t Stay St.,Jack lluvllle. Ida. .
O. P.LOVELL Asst.*ia. Bui>t.. i JOHN. L. HOW AUU, Supemiuiiuluui s (Cumberland Route). Supper en rout*. passengers on arrival ,
whose history pan be traced no farther width. The roof should. be thoroughly Jncksnnville] Fn) I bout llolttlt bL, jjiciMTIIEO. ouvllle, Fla. at Brunswick go directly aboard Ilte"lJIlllr.
back than twoscore. years, while that painted with a good oil paint to preserve Ci. JEOKlt, T. 1\(., 6 Bowling Ureuu.Aew Xo'''. i
WM. H CLYDK CO., General Ag ni.,
of the IIuaiburff goes back centuries It and aid In turning water. Chesebroufth Building, Itt State St.. new Horn. 1" ..... >.l .wi.r<> A...., Vhlladelphla. PROPOSED SAILINGS
If one does not care for a floor, It can
;ycs.ns far back as the fifteen hundreds --- Lv.New York,Pier 21E. R.f 8:00p. m., (Standard Time.) Lv.Brunswick.FrWay .
be readily omitted but In case It IK
where we flad' them mentioned and wanted 08 of Den 20..................... ... COLORADO....... ..........;,..........Friday, Jan. 1
described by tkt old naturalist feet eight Inch stuff will Florida East Coast Friday. Jan 5.......... ..............RIO) GRANDE..Friday, 12
:fully be sutflclent. Hemlock will answer Ry.TIME Friday U. .. ......................COLOKAPO .. .... ..............,......Ft'l..ay..!. "H
'_ Aldrovandus. This ancient writer called every purpose. It there Is no floor, the Friday, .. 19....................,......RIO ...... 211

_ them the Turkish fowls. lIe spoke hogs are liable to root up their nest TAULK NO. 2J: IN EFFECT JAN. 17. HKK For general Information,steamers, trains rates, etc.,apply to

of their white bodies, black marking, during winter when the ground Is cowered
.
BASIL GILL, Agent 220 "f'{ BUy St.Jacksonville.
greenish black tails and blue tinged with snow. Practically" house SOUTH BOUND (Real Uowu.l (Read Up) NORTH BOUND.
H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent BruuswtcK< legs, these characteristics being trite can be made Just as warm with a flooras ETo.mLlnily Noah N 0.4.! ., Nq.U5Dally No.78 No.74Dully No;,1MI NoUS JJ.
without. Dully Dully .STATIONS DailyT5ii l Dally Dally O. MALLORY& Co.,General Agents,I'ler 21,E.River and 886\ feftuuiway,N.Y.
of the Silver Penciled Hauiburgs and exMo"ilUop BjcMo "x tu ex au,

_ proving beyond doubt that he had before The house Is shown without any : -rj" I UUhn TiS i Lt.. .. ...Jac-UHonvllle .. Arrive > 7110p TI6 :,1 Vup
door. The owner says It does not need aflp ZlSUp: 1IU( l|> him In description tills breed of .. I lUSp: 10 &ua Leave Augustine..Arrive 8U5p UfOp .... ......
fowls. one. Ills houses are made practically . . 11 :*la Hnxilnm .. .Leave Ship.11il6pArrive . ... .. ...
Could we find a totter or more satisfactory airtight, so that very little snow or = = ..Palitlka..Him .. ... Leave Hop-: ;:; : :::::: Ocean Co.
wind blows In even when the storm Is . 11 Ilia Leave .Pul'" k..... .. Arrive ulOp -.'.. .' :.:..:.:..:..:. Steamship
Indorsement of them as meritorious directly In front of the door. I asked :---.: -. -7 Up Arrive.. Leave lUNia.i .. .. "' I
fowls than the long period of --"::
him If he found theMe houses large ::: 10 sit, Leave .Han Mitten .. Arrive 710y515p : "

enough for the bogs, and be assured ::::-: -:-:--:- iTlSi Leave.. .... ... .Kiwt Palatka.. .. Leave 616p :..::.:.:.: "Savannah Lino"r
.
...... 801\1 I lOllp .. :....... .Ormond. .... ..... 84p886p(! 4UCp418p .. .... ......
me they were. One will hold comfol.t.ably ...... ...... 1111\11\ 1 sip ........ Daytona. ....... .. .2t1p.. ..... r
he Bald, all the hogs that should ... .. 1IlI.1111p: .........Port Orange...... ... 83&pBUlIp! ... .. ...... I Fast Freight and Luxurious Passenger Route from :
....,. .... U41pB 16p: ........... .New Hinvrna. ,......... 4U(Kip ...... ......
die turned together. The cost of such ... .... 517p ..,... ... Oak Hill. ........... .. .... .....
I a house! depends entirely on the cost of ...... ..... 4211p 2 Nip .. ,.............TttUHVille............ eey.. .... ...... Florida to New York, Boston and the East. .!
.... .. .. ..... 811'1' .". ...............City Point............. N''' 248p... ...... f fM fUt
lumber where the building Is made. ...... ..... >p lIi1 p .. ... ...... Cocoa ........... .. 8118p.. .... ...... t
...... ..... BOBp 1I11k1' ............ Rocii..ig'e ............. 122p 1.Hip:! .... ......
...... ..... 1I:1'ip: 41tp42Hp( ............Enu ",,1110. ............ 124tlp12Wlp 148p .. .... ...... I\
Lnrire HOBS. ...... ..... SUip7tWp :! ...... ..... .AlxllxmrneHebaHtinn, .............. ...... ......
About this time of year says The ...... ... ... liMp M .............R"'w."nd.. .. ........... .. 11 MaHOUa\ ..I4p......... ......
...... ...... .... 8Wp657p( ............ .. .. .......... 1111:!.& ... .......
dti American Cultivator as we look over ....... ...... ... ... St. Lode .. '
the ..... O6.. .. .. t t ..
: exchanges we frequently
see reports '
,' ...... ...... ., .. (I Blip u ............ ..Tlbbaus. .. ........... IDUUa .... ..... ...... 1 y r
of large hogs killed by various .. ... ...... .. flII41' .. ............. .Kden: ............ lUilfl&. ... .... .... ...... y
t .JIBr..llt. persons, each trying to outboast the ...... ...... '" emip, .". ........i... ....Jeniwtn....,........... 1021,. ...... .. .. .. ......
,
..... .. .. ... I\fljp (...."'.... Stuart.............. IOU .... ... .....
one who made the previous report, and ..... ...... .. 7 lip *.....-.. .,.Hobe Hound............ 941a ... ...... :
every time we see such a report we ...... .. '" ...... ''r00p) .......... West. Jupiter ..... D2I1B. ... ......... i iI
Bhouldiir. Saddle. ... ...... .. ... B"aah .. ,
eel: like 8()4p) Arrive.. .W e.t Palm .,... 8 R5a/ 10 BOn ....
baying "The bigger the hog n..... ...... 9011p I.Lc..v..P..lm Roach Inn......... S40a:10Iaa:' ... ......
FEATHERS VBOM* A glLVKU PKNC1LKD HAMBtrno the bigger fool the one who fattened ...... ...... BHPlllOp 821'p ... ........Royal Poinclana.. .. ,. .. .. 8 4JV'10 'Oa ...... ...... I
PULLET. It." ...... ...... 82Up 81Jllp .........WeetPaimBuach..ArHvr BBha ...... ...... ,), 1vLLC .
1, uninterrupted breeding they have There Is but one excuse for haw ...... ...... .. .... D04\ .......... Boynton ..........Xeav 7 Mill ...... ...... of
v enjoyed lug: such extraordinary weight In hogs. ..... ..... ... 9 Up a ....,..........Dnlray .. 74iln' ....... ...... 4 ,
1 ? A good thing Is to be desiredat When ...... ... .. lOOlp> .. .........Fort! .. .. \ 5a.. .... .. L .w
.
all times, and this appellation be lit one has an old hog, kept for ..... .I. .. .. ..IU4Up .. .....,... .L."noI1Olty... ...... l114a. ,..........
them admirably. In the early days of a breeding purposes. until It Is 10 or a ..... ..... .!lOBOp!!.... Arrive. .... .. ...Miami.... ..... .... .. 0 lua .... ..
1 dozen years old It fattened It will bea Between
their history they had all kinds oft New Smyrna and Orange .
r large one very naturally, but We Between Tit 1...ill e and San ford.No .
City Jan tloa.
names, being commonly called the I
think tho
owner of such an animal
'{ Dutch Everyday Layers, the Bolton would kill ,a | HTATrONS. pSTo.3 \tio.4TSup No.11AH BTATIONS.i NoU Part 3Fx.ei.ll.. ..% b.r"t. a5oa. :
save more to and
Grays the Penciled Dutch, the Creoles money /: Lv, .Nuw "bmyrna .Art Up v... .. .. Tit.I1IIYUI..Ar, Alp .
bury It than to try to get It fat. We 4alp 1..2:1 Lake Helen .Lvl :24:!p euup 7 Ilia: .,....... .Mlmu...._........ .Lv 1U-P: SHORT RAIL RIDE TO SAVANNAH. :
etc., but latterly they have been designated do not believe that In New Kugland 6W1p l ...Orange City.. .". I SJWJp! IiUltp 82sa>> .... .... ....O.t".U..I..,.. .. 116T
as the Hamburgs. To na 8l2pl Ar.OranituO'y! ... 2271 1100 8/Ada ItBfia1100ft/
i'; are known by the latter and.they It any man can take a hog that weighs : trains btftweeu :New Smyrna. and Orange 8I1n" Ar ..... ... .. tianf ord.. ......... Thence via Ship sailing from Savannah.
name 250:\ pounds and buy the food for It anti City Jnnoiluu' dally except Sunday.
matters little how much their All train between TitUBville and Sanford
previous get pork enough to pay for the food.It dully except Sunday,
history has been muddled by strange Between JuokVille and Pablo Beaoh. 4 4
will cost less to feed two hogs until .
Thena Time Tables show the times at which Ships each wels
and
sounding Inappropriate names they: will dress 200 pounds each than N 0. 6 STATIONS..bo. 0.18 trulnH and boats may be expected, to arrive and

J they ace handed down to the present to: make one weigh 350: pounds and less 6 OUu Lv.. .. Jtu'knoaville." .... .Ar UOfip but depart their from arrival the several or departure stations at and the ports time,
i generation as good fowls'" for practical to: bring three to weigh 175 pounds A fit*:Ar...... ..Pablo aoh..Lv 515p ,stated is not '&rnaranteetl, nor dues the Com TO :NE'VV': YOR$: ,
and tancYllurpolIE'l1I. All traliia l>otwe..ii "no. Jwknonvllle and Pablo pany hold Httwlf responsible for any delay or
each than one which will weigh 430 Beach dally ex""I.t Sundays: any consequences. arising therefrom. '.
I The Homburgs are not as generally pounds.. Such heavy hogs cannot be 2-SEIZPS:: : A. .vvI. tc: : ::aOTONAU -

,)n ? They bred. In are this worthy country of as more they notice.should The be. sold at as good a price as the lighter Florida East Coast Steamship Co. ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules.

)( ones and the pork fs not as !good for Write for can' on
small size of the Hamburg haw muchto general information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservations, or
Home use. We do not believe In kill PROPOSED SAILINGS '
do with this neglect but their other lean E. HINTOX, WALTER HAWKINS
ing
hogs In ,
nor keeping them on
good qualities should balance the nIAMI-tiA v ANA LINE. .
poor[ food or short allowance to Traffic Manager, Geu'I Traffic Department.
scales In their favor. In general get Leave Miami Sundays and Wednesday. .... ... .... ..,.................................11:00 p. .... Agt.
appearance more lean meat as It Is not necessary.The Arrive Havana Mondays and Thursdays.. .........................................,.... 8:00 p. m. Savannah, Ga., < 224: W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fl*
they are attractive if not fattest hog we ever ruined and Leave Havana TueHday anl1"rldaYII. .. .. ...... .... ..................... ..............11:00.: m.
beautiful and their small compact tilled weighed less than ISO: pounds Arrive Miami Wednesdays. and Hat\ r
forms make graceful pictures at all when dressed and. we think an lean MIAHI-KEY WEST LINE, .

find times.a more Indeed entrancing It would he difficult to n one was an old breeder that dressed '...ave Miami Mon,"' ,., Wednesdays" Friday '". ....... ...... .. ...,..............11:00 1' m. If YOllHave Not
picture In feathers 720 pound", The first was pork for Arrive !Key Went Tunxday, Thursdays ifaturflays. .......... ............ ..... ....1.1:00: : noon,
than a Book of pure bred IIam.a L/-iavn K..y Wont Tne>*.liiya, Thurmlaya. and Suturdays ... ....... ... .,...... .......... Uuo: p. m.
a burgs whether Spangled or Penciled. our own eating and good enough/ for' Arrive Miami WdliifBrnys. : Fridays and Sundays. ..,. ,, .. ......,,....,.. ..,,.. ........ BOU: .. m.

In beauty of feather they are hard tosurpass anybody. The big one one sold to a Fur uopv fif ,Kx-Hl tuna carol call .> :SSU West Bay Mtraet J.IUK>DvUl... np fuldp..< and sausage; manufacturer for what he J. r>. JjI<<;KWI'I'H. 'Trulllo\ Mauauar. J. 1) KAlIN Ell. A. G.P. A.

this,1It'uuty is peculiarly would pay. Pf AnprnatlTn* ___ __ Found What You Want.
; 1 their own. Each type has Its own L. __ ___ "-0-
I
character and
that
character Is main Lanmlnnai pornsce Plante.
it tamed to a high degree lu this Interest' Leguminous forage plants are of vast PLANT SYSTEM.
Ing family of fowl. As to which Is the importance to those farmers who For a Home, suppose you take a trip dow and look at our

prettiest must, be decided by Individual would adopt scientific methods. They Fruit and Garden Lands along the

p fancy. All are pretty, but preferences are the cheapest sources of crude ___ 0

? are given according to tastes for beau protein. Other crops. In order to man- The Trunk Line from Florida to all points NORTH, EAST SOUTH and WEST. East Coast
ty.There ufacture crude protein, must have the
are six varieties of Hamburgs full equivalent of Inorganic nitrates Three through Sleeping Car Lines to East vU Charleston and Atlantic Coast Line. I
Three through Sleeping Cur Lines to the East via Savannah and Southern
as follows: GoMeu Railway
Spangled in the
Silver present roll Those
plants alone Two through Steeping: Tar Lines to the West via Montgomery ant L. & N. RAIL
Spangled. Golden
Penciled. Silver Penciled can draw nitrogen from the air as wellas Four through Sleeping Car Lines to the Went via Jesup and Southern Railwav. Settlers are flocking in but still! there I. l'OID. If you are

White and Illack. In character from the soil Fly the use of One through Sleeping Car Line to the West via Montgomery and 31. &. Ohio R. R. looking this line
kill and drop a to
shape general appearance they leguminous crops the farmer may pro- One through Sleeping Car Line to the West via Savannah and Southern Railway way

are alike differing only in pluuiage dui upon his own land fodders which FORMING THE GREAT THROUGH CAR LINE. JAS. E. INGRAHAM Std Vtee' .Preldent,
color. The typical Hamburg l is approach in ,
small : feeding value the various
11 and The New York and Flortda'SpecIal and The New York and Florida Limited.
dainty In appearance, with spright meals and oilcakes and at the same Solid vestibule trains, steam heat electric lighted with observation, compartment FLORIDA EAST COAST fc'T\

ly active nature and of a nervous rest. time be growing, a fertilizer crop that dining and library cars running solid between St. Augustine and Jersey CitY'are ST. rte'
B
lens
disposition. They i possess! these will supplant the expensive nitrogenous operated over the Plant System.:! For information write, ATJGrUS'TJN .

characteristic to a greater degree saltpeter, guano bone, fish < = --
than do the I.eghorulI.I"worth in crop and animal wastes that other- H..C. McFadden Division Passenger Agent.

1 Feather. wise must be purchased 133:: West nay St., Astor Block. Jacksonville. Fla., Remember the ADVOCATE does JobiLi Printing.

B. VV e 'lire n n Passenger Traffic. Manager Savannah ga.




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TITUSVILLE. JACKSONVILLE.: KOCKLKIKJH.LOCKLKDGE I
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N Lf .rT RIVER I OTEZ., ::SO'I'EL' IN: : 2AN Et\TE: : i

TITUSVILLE, Duval Hotel JACI"OYVlLLP.'LA. : FLA., NOW OPEN 1
I
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? b INDIAN RIVER, I\
[TiSi +tYy Opposite postofllee. Centrnlly located. Thoroughly repaired and re I,

FLORIDA novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted .. rr (
lutes $2.50( por day and up. I
B. W. SPERRY .
Fropiletor.ST.
J. O. BAST, Proprietor.
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1 : AUGUSTlNi: .
IF. ? A P The hotel fronts on the .-
? t1rCt 4L W7 ;
; ; htdeeweepotbay(7miles( rY.
n a e1r srf.. In width),formed by the HOTEL MAGNOLIA
r tt t in t +sn IndianRivelmaktngitntat :
irk h'r'rbM' a r' ti delightful summer re- FLA. .

"?Imm rl t rn tf sort Constant cool $t 2,000 expended on Improvements' and new furnlxJilnes last year,
p 1 breezes from i the sea and and Ijc j i,OOO thin suiwon./ Hydraulic Elevator, Hot and Cold
+ .rah( bay. Flowing sulphur Water JtatliHon ouch floor; also 1'rlvuto Jtuthn added to several
''slul fY i.-M n'IN1' .,W" *1 D Dpi'lugs. Special summer lultes aDd Heating Arrailjieiiitiiits ate among tho Improvements;
rate ranking: thin popular Louse ono of the most comfortable and\ well .. nl 1 Ili I ..I II Ilhllilla Ilifust ud .x..
r.r tf+ tar equipped hotels. In the) booth.: Write fur booklet. .

PALMER & l\AcUOWELT.rroprlotors.\

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JACKSONVILLE.

The BUCKINGHAM NOW OPEN.ST p ..a ;rl

'BE ST. JAMES JACKSONVILLE, FLA. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

Season 18l)0-ltOO.)() Now Open. Opposite the Hotel Alcazar and Alameda. Wide verandas, picturesquelawns.
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Home-like and comfortable. Rates moderate. "
The St. James needs no introduction to visitors to Florida. From a small beginning This flue hotel In the orange/ growing: Ruction of the East Const la tho largest:
In 1800!), the St. James has Increased In size and added to its appointments QEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor. hotel on Indian Klvcr. It hag over::100) looms, baths, border shop, billiard and pool
with Increased popularity of the tourist travel to Floilda. room, eloctilo light, elevator, and nil modem! improvements Culidne excellent
The location is unsurpassed, being on the highest ground: In Jacksonville,
facing the St. James Paik. Baggage checked to all points. The St. A (list-class' orclstrlDu not fall to stop cIT ut Kocklvdgo,ono of the beauty'' spotsof
Its music, as in the past seasonswill be furnished by Prof. Ed. Prouty's George. ST. AenusrzNEFLA. Indian Rlvor. S. PROSKEY, Proprietor.WHITE'S .
Orchestra, and will be of the high grade.: This house. as In the past, Is linger ,s .
the management of J. R. Campbell, and everything will be done for the com- (L F. TVI.RIC, Propi!tutor. II. S. GREEN, Manager. .
fort and pleasure of guests. Address by mall or telegraph: COTI'AGE
1. /rte Connor tho Plaza Bud St. Oooigo Street. In the .
J. R. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla. .
f""l very center of the cUy. felilolly\ ilist-ohiss In every Dai ton Avenue, Hock lodge! Floifdn.. !

It o1s respect Kates: $:!.tlO per day and upwards. Terms. : f l.fiO pec duy $7.00( to .tlU( > per week

INDSOR HOTEL... : Special weekly and party rates. J. J. Whirr:, Piopiletor.IAU .

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.5.. The New Algonquin Hotel, ': UALLIE.Hotel :. \:,;':


r r- A ST. ArGUSIINK: FLA. J

i J..FKONTISJO ON THE PLAZA... Granada.
FLA.d
EAU, OALL1E, 'It)
f Under New and! Llhcrul Manngoment. '." ."
tU Mont Ci'iitiully Located.! Special attention '
'rourlst and Commercial tiavel. Half way down the East (nimt, on tho bunk of Indian lilver.: Beat

I Grand view of llav and Ocean from, Vet hunilng and- llnlilng point on tub) Const. EVlrythlnlllluw. No malaria

f raiidim. The leading ]Hotel. Open the Lmgo looms.good bud, plenty of olnuycs,,, anil a HiAlUNTKKt TAIII.E.:
v "' tel year, round. Rules $j to J.50: per day. $2(0(: to $1.00: ( por dny. Special weekly! nUes.HALLECK '(
.
...' O. HAYDEX, !Manager. WKLLl-M,. Piopilutoiv NOEL. : A. MITCHELL.. Clerk.

I.IIMt.1'\\'O Years Manager/ Oooim View Hotel. .. .. . .. ,
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OPPOSITE CITY PARK, .' Four" l"II'.ltOI': :, I"I.A.
RATES, $2.50/) and upward. DODOES .CULLENS.lerritt's PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. I'
,
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FORT PIKKCK=,
This hotel is now pen for ROOMS ONLY. It Is centrally located, near FORT PIERCE HOTEL 'Indian River.', Near Inlet
I>
o totllce. Hank and Cathedral. '
Hotel Rathbun OLD CARU=...... Rooms..., BOcts to 1.00 )per d.tl.; O to $l,00< per work, Hpoi tsmiiu'i I'madlxB on the Kant:Const. The flnimt Fishing and HuntIng .

New V./D. :SANCHEZ, Manager. Accommodation lust oh'..... Near Rallioad' and MNmmer Landing\

Northern cooking and mnnngumont -. r
HOTEL; ABBEY St. George Strt
:Market and Bay Streets, fronting St. John River. American plan. i ST.' AUGUSTINE, FLA. Also Glen Cove Hotel, Onset, Muss. ... :., ,

Family hotel; steam heat. OPEN YEAR HOUND. Cafe and Grill I I This delightfully: located hotel, near the City Galen, overlooking\ .

rooms attached Florida trade especially! catered for. Rates from old Fort Marlon and the buy, now open for tho season, under the .':UBN. JI"

$2.50 to $!i. per day. Special rates by tho week or month............ management; of P. M. Sunrez, of the Everett House, IS-Rra'togl\ v ,
Springs, N. Y. For rates and I other particulars apply to
. H. DALTON charge of office. C. A. MERRITT Lessee. -
: ]'. H. SUAREZ St. Augustine Fla.
: ,
The .
Netherby EDEN) O"-I ..-River.
-- -- -- --- --- The Everett House, Saratoga_.Springs' N. Y., wl.lI.bo open Juno 1, 11)00.) ,

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Table unsurpassed. Rooms and, Beds best In the City. Bus meets all trains. One of the lovoIIWlocations! \ on the river. All modern Improvement.
MAGNOLIA Sl'KINGS, 1'I..A., Hot and cold baths Sulphur Mpilng.! Excellent drinking/ water
Plenty of fruit and leo Oysters and fresh vegetables In abund. '
TilE MOST POPULAR OFJACKSONVILLE'S Northern JfIRhl handsomely. fnrnltthed with all the
ance. cooking OllMO ,
HOTELS. Magnolia Springs Hotel )MAGNOLIA SPRINGS FLA. comforts of a homo. Ilouts, Trains stop. at Ruxton station on the r
'LACIDE (St. Johns River.)) plantation. Pineapple dlstilot. Mrs. 1\1. A. CURTIS.;' Manager.

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American Plan. $J.X: to $3.00! per day. Twenty-eight: miles south of Jacksonville by the Jacksonville, Tampa & Key -- ---
West Railway and liver steamers. Open flies In all rooms. Steam heat. JJ N8BN. .
ElevAtor. Pure spring \\atel'. No mosquitoes. Well-kept gulf;: course.
Free tickets on street cars to within one block of Hotel. Tennis, bhootlug; Fishing, hosting, Dilvus, Swimming pool. $...01) per day. "
Special weekly! rales. O. 1) bKAVEY, Manager.; JENSEN, FLORIDA.BREVARD. II
._ .. Al Fresco Hotel
CITAS. COUCH, Resident Manager. ------ --------- --- ---------- -------- --------- COUNTY.J. .

SEAIIREELI..
I

I* JENSEN! Pioprletor.Nw i

West Bay and Cedar Streets, THE COLONNADES SEABREEZE, FLA'., Twenty minutes > '
WESTMORELAND HOTEL. House; bust nccommodiU on the East Coast; table flrst-nlass and
". JACKSONVILLE, FLA. by 'bus from DAYTONA Station. every convenience and comfort Hot and cold baths; modern improvements.In .
the center of the famous Pineapple Section; close to the Inlet; Flab and
Electric Light/ Steam heat, Private baths, Boating, Fishing:, Surf Oysters In abundance Toims inodorato.
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened Ilathlng, Ocean pier and pavilion. Best bicycle 'roads In the '
Don't Fall to Stop ut .TCIIMCII IVIicu VlMltliitf. Indian Klvor.
this season, Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold water State. Buy tickets via F. E. C. R'y to Daytona y'N1:1'TUNI j
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Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All J. P. VINING, Manager.PALATJCA. .
.. .. ._ :, FLA. !
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street cars pass the door. Rooms COo, 75o and $1 a day. Rooms and ,

board f 2.00 to $2.50 per day. NK u-NW' i iI
NEPTUNE HOUSE Wet
}[rl. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. GRAHAM HOTEL PALATKA..FLA.' I ; Jupiter, Station.
Brick Hotel, Overlooking St. Johns River. Plealll\ntlylocl\ted at confluence of Lnxnhatchln arid Indian Rivers. One mile-
Rates $2.50 per day. Weekly and monthly rates. Convenient to all from Jupiter Inler Finest tlsh. and salt water fishing vicinity.. l'o toOlce,
bout landings and Railroad Depots. J. WATKINS:: LEE, Prop. Express Ttileicinph dices 1K( ) ymds from house. '(Tnims, $!i.00 per day, j
New Hotel ROSELAND, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Also Proprietor of the Old Sweet: Springs, W. Va. /Special: rates to parties and bj the week. N. It. FI1Z HUGH, Jr. Prop.WIH4T i

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Under entire new management. Newly furnished and renovated. Cool,
DeLANO.gotel 1'ALM IIirAOII.
'quiet, and comfortable. Electric lights; and tells. Croquet, tennis and
bowling alloys. Good fishing and boating. Special table d'hote dinners

served every day at 6 p. m. We supply the table with fresh vegetablesfrom FLORIDA.Is .
ou -own garden; fresh eggs and chickens from our own poultry CoJegeAnnsJ THE SEMINOLE, WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.

yard; good rich cream froru our own cows. Pay us a visit. Within -
two blocks of the Ostrich Farm. Y'ew'phone JUT- Under New Management. Open the Year, Hound. Excellence of
about one hundred miles south of Jacksonville Is of easy access to travelersby .
the Plant System, being on the DeLand Brancf five miles from Iteresford Cuisine a specialty. Rates $".W to( $:i.O() per day.BEAGLE II
It Is located on high, rolling pine land. There are orange: groves and pleasant
GRAND VIEW Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. drives In the vicinity. There are some fifteen miles of shell roods about the &: BURNHAM, Proprietor
town, making It a paradise for riders. The sanitary arrangements: are of the .. .
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latest and most Improved. Th hotel Is lighted by electricity and heated with
Nearest Hotel to Union Station; three blocks from new Post Office and steam while In every room Is an open fireplace. There has been an additionof WEST PALM BEACH, FLA
Government Buildings; centrally located on Forsyth street between seventy-five rooms with private baths, are single or *n suite. The cuisine The Palms
and Clay streets, on high and spacious grounds. Very pleasant will be kept at a high, standard. A first-class livery stable connected The A first-class hotel situated on beautiful Lake
Bridge ,
milk and cream Is supplied by a private dairy of Jersey cows Vegetables are Worth, opposite Rojnl) Polnclana. Electrlo lights,
Parlor, Office and Dining Room, also large and airy sleeping apart- from the home farm. The water Is supplied from an Artesian well. Terms, electric bells, baths, etc. $2, *:2.50'and: $:I per day Special rates by the week,
ments, single or en suite, well and newly furnished with Modern Im- $3 per day and upward. Special to families. For further Information addressC. 'Phis Palms, West Palm Bench, Fin.Tlttfsvllle .

provements; Electric Bells, Hot and Cold Water Baths, etc. Popular W. RIPLEY, Manager Hotel College Arms, DeLand, Fla. --- -. --
Prices. E. II. SANUORN, Proprietor. RIpley's Summer Resort The Mlpplcanv: ]\("rlonll1IIs; ,
______ _. ._ _ n_ _ _. _._ n .- Hoarding Jfouncs.

ItOCICLEDG1: :.
MRS. DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE TITUSVILLE, FLA.

The Traveler's Hotel. THE PLAZA HOTEL ROCKLEDGE, FLA. Board and 1'0010,11.00 p<>r day. When In need, of white or rye Bread, pies,
cakes, etc., goto Mrs. Delsner'n City Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses,
hotels and families! .
MRS. N. F. GARCIA, Proprietress This handsome new hotel located on the bank of the beautiful Indian River, supplied.BOUKNIGHT'S -
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. 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 BOARDING HOUSE TITUSVILLE FIA.Good .
Electric Lights, Electrlo Bolls, Complete Service. Imagined than Kockledge, with Its beautiful walks, romantic scenery, bear- ,
lag fine boating, fishing and banting. Rooms with
; orange !groves / private
THE BEST 12.00'PFR DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. bath. lutes $2.50 per day and upwards. Special weekly rates. ,airy and comfortable! rooms. Board and room, One Dollar per day.
rates week month.
Special by or '
a D-Take car at th, Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Traveler's. 8. II. PECK, Manager. O. BOUKXIOHT, Proprietor. '

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JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I NEW ROCKLEDGE HOTEL
Opened December 1(1.( PB'INTINC
HOTEL OXFORD Opposite St. James Hotel. JOB:
Attractions-Fall-bearing orange grove, livery, bicycling (ten miles river
commodious rooms, comfortable and! drive boat for ) and ducking, free eicnrtlois
Convenient'to all parts of the city, ) bowling alley, fishing on
homelIke' and special reason made. Give the aU Oxford who ltop trial attheOdord when In pleas.aclt- Jaaoch to points of interest Rates i60 to 9-1 per day. Special ,weekly. OF ALL KINDSPlilNTINGr
an' Itay. Ratea. very Correspondence solicited. Executed at theADVOCATE

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xn u/?'" i9' THE PROPOSED TREATIES. ON THE ENCE DEATH G. ELLIS OF,CLAR- ROBBINS & GRAHAM Carroll & Goldsmith,

With reference to resolutions recently); -
VEGETABLES 'of
FRUITS and All
FLORIDA JEWELERS, adopted by the Tltusvllle Board of Trade,, Of Newark N. J. ...La"" ;yore... GROCERIES, Kind
In connection with the proposed treaties
[Written for the Advocate] Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited.
JACKSONVILLE, I'ALM BEACH, between the United States, the British --

J ST. AUGUSTINE.: West Indies and Cuba, Judge/ M. S, Jones I The sun shines brightly overhead, WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND TITUSVirXE, . FLORIDA.

has received the following from Senator And nature seemed to nay, .
Southern Souvenirs. Jan. P. Taliaferro: Why should your heart feel dull and sad? UNITED STATES COURTS. =

UNITED STATES SENATE, Why not be bright: and gay? .
' WASHINGTON. C., Jan. 27, 1000. Das grief or trouble robbed your home Lesley <& Mot1owCs:

; ...THE ANHEUSER BUSCH Hon. Minor S. Jones, Tltusvllle, Fla. Of a treasure that was eheriithed? j Abstracts of Title
If have faith that It best
was
so, ,
RENAKER fc CO.
Dear Sir:-I am In receipt of the resolutions (Successors to LOSLEY ; )
And do not think: them perished.
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Asso's.Faiuouii
; Brewing passed by your Board of Trade
Jan. 18. I know of no treaties already Death came upon a mission there, Furnished to lands In Brevard and Dade foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and Whisklt

'I,i and Hoi. formulated whereby It is contemplatedto And took from us a treasure;
St.hate Keg Counties.We .
tint Jloer. place upon the free list the principal And grateful do I this day feel, .- Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout. ------
agricultural products of Cuba and the And look to it with pleasure, :
!sold by Mew.Lesley Motlow, British West Indies. There is now be- Though patient was his suffering, .... J A First-class' Line .Cigars. sew Billiard and Pool Table

By Mr. R.Tltunvllle L. Mellow Fla.,("nona, Flu. I fore the Committee on Foreign Relations And In his dally prayer Have .a large list ofowned Family and hotel trade U solicited. 'Prompt and careful attention given to Dla,
By: Mr. W .f. Tucker Cciooa end a certain reciprocity treaty with Great Said he "had faith In Jesus," orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Tltusville,
Kurt Pierce, Fla., Britain (copy of which I Inclose here And knew he "would go there."
Lt A N :c s
with), by which It Is proponed to reduce -, --=
His life and holy
was ,
ZAPF the tariff certain articles In pure
JOSEPH produced
on
But his summons came that night, Protect Your
the Islands named and In therefor
return INSURANCE.
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And twas early New Year's morning by ourselves and .clients. Price FIRE
give to us advantages on some of the
Property Against
That his took its
spirit flight. ,
Sole Agent.
of this to lands
products country shipped I remember an we gathered for unimproved 3.00 to $100.00 ---
those islands. :::"ZG-EJTN'X1\TQ.:: LLrid: CYCION::: S
Around his bed for .
} ttJO to 6;:0 WeNt Buy, Street, The new existing duties on articles of prayer, per acre.
more particular Interest to Florida, areas He looked such sweet contentment I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Luc
t JACKSONVILLE: FLA. follows: Citrus fruit 1 cent per Ib.; And said: "I'll HOOD be there." Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety ]:Bonds of the City

u r fresh vegetables, 25 per cent ad valorem; He told us "not to worry," WE have a few Residence, Orange Invest. Safe Deposit <& Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.

j' potatoes 25 cents per bushel of 00 Ibs.; Maid he "had no fear of death;; For Rates, Information* etc., call on. or address CHAS. S. SCBUYLER,
JOHNSON LAW COMPANY onions i 40 cents per bushel; !green peas, He was happy bright and cheerful, Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable Titusville, "Fla
40 cents per bushel, sponges, :25 per cent. Even to his latest breath.
ad valorem; molasses, 3 cents per gallon; He turned his head to look once more locations. Prices Reasonable. =

d '.EDISON LALANDE sugar, {5-lXof( ) 1 cent per lb.; pineapples, Around that deathbed chamber, RIVER ICE
INDIAN
lu barrels, 7 cents per cublo foot; pine- Then cloned his eyes forever here; FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .

SAMPSON NO.2, apples, In bulk, $7.00 per thousand. Abt I well do I remember. OFFICESOFFICES .- f TITUSVILLE
and DRY'BATTERIES, The proposed treaty makes the following C. R. ELLIS. 1{ and MIAMI. FLA.Is .

changes: Philadelphia, Pa., February, 11)00.) prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention
((4 FOR GAS ENGINE IGNITION. Jamaica-Citrus fruits, pineapples, sacking for Yachts or for family Fair Is
paid use. dealing my motto.
cane sugars, vegetables, including potatoes CHURCH Market
East Coast Meat
T. T. WETMORE .
; and onions, a reduction of 12J per Proprietor.ttt.

cent, of the duty now existing. -- .. .
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Bermuda-Potatoes, onions, tomatoes IlAitDEEViLl.E. Pastor will, D. O. F. DUREN, Agent.
and other fresh vegetables, a reduction V., preach at Hardoevllle and City Point ,
of 20/ per cent. of the duty now existing. next Sabbath at 0:30 a. in. and 2:00 p.m, eo s= eld NICE, CLEAN, SMOOTH SHAY!
Biirbadoes-Fruit and vegetables and
V.
l)' cane sugars, a reduction of 12J per cent. respectively. ...- --.
British Guiana-Cane sugars, fresh TlTrsviLLB; -Services at the Presby C'-I P'w
vegetables' and kaolin, A reduction. of terian church Sunday, are ,as follows: = "s you can always get when you use a Griffon
12 Sunday school at 0:45: a. preachingat
} per cent. m., .
We have the
finest
b razor. stock
Turks and Caloos Islands-Sponges ata 11 a, m. and 7:111 II. ni. >> of high

reduction of 12} per cent. Archdeacon D. F. Brown will hold dl- -- grade,fine ,tempered steel Griffon razor,

M It Is proposed In return to give us the vine services at Jupiter, on Friday, at 1 'f that are guaranteed to be the best and most
A concession .
1q following :
10:30: a., m., and 7:30:: p. m.; Wavelaud- eo
:'Jamaica_On yellow pine, a duty of $1per Jensen, Sunday at 10:30 a. m.j Eden at -.: -U2tII satisfactory that Is made. Our stock of(fine

Bermuda thousand-Pitch feet, ,present resin and duty turpentine t3.ll\ 8:30: m.p. m.; Fort Pierce, Monday, at 7UO: C'CIQ r'y= Iv .cl1.tleryln table ware, pocket knives razor,,

free, present duty 5 per cent. ad valorem. p. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. 0G scissors and shears are the best manufao
Baibadoes-Yellow, pine, $l per thous- r 1 6 tured.-
Full line of Electrical Supplies. and, present duty $1.2tL I'alm lUmoh. Ostrich V.rm.

'JOHNSON LAW CO. British Guiana-Resin free, present

'SI& H Forayth St. Jacknonvllle Fla.Pit duty BO cents per barrel; crude turpentine Some 25 or BO ostriches arrived by George Peeples... JAS. PRITCHARD &, SON
free, present duty 50 cents per gal- train Wednesday morning cud. were at ,
Ion; spirits of turpentine free, present once unloaded from the car to a pen on Old Oitmonbutlilinor" '.Tinsmith -ttt.
I The lOrovvory.O1O duty 18 cents per gallon; yellow pine, board of a llgher, and taken down to the ,next, ... TITUSVILtE, FLORIDA
$I per thousand feet, present duty' $3 to Ostrich farm, It requiring 2 trips to get door to Carruthera' .
West Bay St Jacksonville, $3. them all there. The ostriches are tine Washington barber ahop. TITUSVILLB, FLA.
Turks and Calcos Islands-Yellow pine, ones and, no doubt, will be a groat attraction -
FINE $1 per thousand feet, present duty $2.10; There was a crowd at the Tlnsmlthlng, Roofing, Guttering . _, Chas. A. Gardner,

shingles, 48 cents per thousand, present wharf witness the unloading and em.harkatlon' and all kinds of repair work promptly FUNITURE, '
ii Wines, Liquors and Cigars duty, $1.You of the birds, but everybody attended to. STOVES,
will thus observe that the treaty careful fur, be '
was to keep too away to DRY GOODS,
.Work from down the River solicited. .
Anheueer Busch Extra Pale on Draught. does not contemplate putting citrus
reached by a kick.-Palm Beach ;,News MATTINGS. I
Fine Cold Lunch Served Dally fruits, etc., on the free list and that for THOMPSON'S GLOVE FITTING I

The best of !Service: and a pleasant quiet such reductions as are made, some comtensatlon CHANGE!!: and Grapefruit.trees for sale MAINHARD BROS. AND R & G CORSETS. '
is provided In the fact that ,
so ort. JOHN F. MUNCII, Mgr. the tariff on other Important products of by Jus. A. moves, Sobustlan, Flo.NOTICE. PAPER BUTTEBICK PATTERNS. ,
WALL
Florida, which be marketed In the ,
may KID GLOVES
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INlands, Is materially reduced, and In be and DyeingEstablishment
: CANCER CURED -Genuine Coca Cola can Cleaning SHOES:: ,
t nine Instances these produetsare placed obtained at the fountain of Jno. It. ,TRUNKS,
upon the free list. Walker, Titusville. V. II. Crusselle, I
s NO KNIFE, NO CAUSTIC.TUKATMKNT You will see from the treaty (copy agent Coca Cola Co., Atlanta, Ua. 12 Newnan St., Clothing Titusville Flat I
e e e e r e ,
; PAINLESS. herewith) that there are many items of cleaned, dyed repaired and pressed. I II
general interest embraced In It to which
,
Bellevlew Sanitarium
1/t/ fur the purposes of this letter, I have A Beautiful Winter Ilolna'For JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '
BELLEVIEW, FLORIDA. not referred, having selected only such JOHN R. .WALKER

.-.. -- .. .. rJ all were most closely Identified with the sale very cheap on east 'side of I
HOTELS BOARDING HOUSESAND
Interest of Florida lobe[ Sound, Indian River: opposite Furniture !
NEAR & TAYLOR On account of what I conceive to be store, postodlce and express office; about OTHERS. Ice Cream Parlor ,
Jq J ::; ; tIle Interest of the people of Florida, I l 15 acres, 3'M ft. river and Atlantic oceanfront '

v will oppose the ratification of the treaty ; seven rooms, bath and screened Millinery Soda Water ::1
'1 ,.; Artesian WellCONTRACTORS but U ban, you know, the unqualifeJindorsement verandah. Ground Irrigated by windmill ,
.. otJ 1\\ of the President, and, If and large tauk. Good wharf and warehouse -
}t made a party measure, the Republican ; also 4-room- bathhouse on ocean Dry Goods (Fount and bottles.)
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'JI t' ::) majority in the Senate could ratify it, beach, }mile from residence. Cocoanuts & Tobacco.Confectionery ,
and would probably do so without regard and ornamental plants. Apply for illustrated Cigars : .
1 I : :.! .f'l) Eau Gallie, Fla. to our Interests, or however the booklet, price etc., to Notions, etc.

Democrats generally might feel about. it. CHA.S. R. SttllJEANTSO, If you want. Frmth and Salt water Kluh. Oyster. I etc. I
With kind regard, 321 Jackson Building, Green Turtle etc.otoSIt.MELTONWhole.: "Star Building."
Fish sta"nd."
-- sale and Ketall and Oyster Company foot ("at the old )
Yours truly, Nashville, Tenn. of Ooean BC.,and City Market,Jacksonville, Fla
'.4 For Sale JAB. P. TALIAFKRKO. Give me a call. Polite and courteous attention. ,Mall orders receive prompt

li 11 acres choice land, at Georgians, I Tltusvllle Laundry.Mrs. I To and careful attention. Yours for business, JNO. R. WALKER.

fronting Indian and Banana Rivers, partly AGAINST THE BOERS.
Geo. Cook of Tltusvllle is .....,
cultivated. 41,100.00; terms to suit. now YearsBuyers.
Address, AsiiEviLr.E, N. C., prepared to do laundry work of every New 'j'
COITKTLAND BUCKMAN, Jan. 30,1000. description.: All work guaranteed. GAY BROTIIERSL-

i 33 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. Editor Indian River Advocate: Leave your washing at G. F. Duren'n ....
corner store, opposite ADVOCATE offioe.Shoemak .
Dear Sir I have been
reading: your -
Eggs;: for Hatching:. paper with much Interest at the Club. Have just received an elegant line offlscs
'The stand you have taken In the Anglo- ng'allll.ltepalring. raisins, walnuts, filberts, almonds, PALATKA, FLORIDA. GROCERS
4 White Plymouth Rocks the Boer war Is the right one. The Boers pecAns, bananas, oranges, coooanuts, :
coming kinds
All of at-
repairing promptly and
and Free Staters declared dried peaches, apricots apples; also
fowl war against
,'l; strain, exclusively.mated with cocks Stevens' Imperial from Great Britain, and are trying-with the tended to by William Bassetft, Hopkins call you attention to our candy, the best We make a Special Feature of our
Imported aid. street(near Bouknlght's boarding; house), and purest in the market, is put up in
11 of hundreds of German and
A. C. Hawkins the expert
famous breeder of
('. ''I Bocks. Eight breeding pens after Jany. French officers-to steal her country. Iam Tltusvitle, Fla. fine one pound boxes or the cheaper Mail Order ]Department.
grade In 30 pound pails. Can buy In
a true-born American any
1st, 11)K)( Price to suit everybody. ; a mining engineer -
and lived with the Boers much To The Deaf.A quantity.[ All kinds of canned goods.
l ; II. FRIKI>LANDER, Interlaohen, Fla. .
to Oar stock nice and fresh, A I. Money Knowing how difficult it Is
regret-for In
my seven years. They area some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES
scurrilous lot of people, And treated us rich lady cured of her deafness and saved customers. CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them lined
IN' The Orlando Nurseries Americans like dogs. Ask any American noises In the head by Dr. Nicholson's John B. Massa, promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and, prices'will be satisfactory
who has ever lived In the Transvaal Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10,000 to his We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida, and hail
Offer for November and December de to give you the Boer record Great Brit- Institute, so that deaf people unable to 217 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. many articles not usually found in other and smaller houses

$ livery 15KK( ) choice budded and ain haw met with a few reverses owing to procure the Ear Drums may have them USEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
grape fruit trees are four orange old: the Boers, Freestaters and l foreign experts free.' Address No. 1134, The Institute, You crop, of Early Vegetables,
; years ; sour HAVE
laving seized all. the mountains and 780 Eighth Avenue New York N. Y. --
4 stock Pines eta. to ?
orange 6,000 sure bearing fig oranges, ship
but In the end she will there.
trees, Peach, Plum, Pear and Persimmon I passes, Yours truly, get We can use your consignments to advantage E' -W-ADDELL
trees all
leading and best

2,0110;;( camphor trees varietlea'i. E. P. EVANS. VISIT the most peculiar and InterestIng We will please you. Stencils on ,

Everything carried by Ilret\ -claes nursery sight in America. application. Correspondence solicited. :Miami City and Dade County _
Write for prices, to LETTER CARRIERS OF JACK KAISER BROS., .

Oico. H. Wnioirr SONVILLE THE FLORIDA.OSTRICH Wholesale Communion Merchants, Real Estate
General Manager: Orlando Nurseries. -- Knoxville Tenn. Bureau.

oncr ( The Gem ISnrber .
Shop. The Letter Carrier's Association of The Same Brand -A select list of-
1 Jacksonville Is hard at work to secure an -

Artistic Hair Cutting, Shaving, Sham- act of Congress whereby their salaries Bu;,.'" Biscnync Property;
t, poolnj, etc, Porcelain: Bath Tubs with will be equalized. It U coutended that JACKSONVILLE.Nearly : ,

Electrical Baths nttnched. Everything much discrimination now exists in regard You nave City Lots, Fruit and Vegetable Tracts of all sizes for I Investments. Prosphate and
up-to-date o. 1'. IU-NTI.NOTO.V, Prop. to the pay of the salaries of the carriers,
:iW:: West I1.\ylt:: Jacksonville.If and Jacksonville.and other cities are the Ih ,mr ORANGE GROVE LANDS on West Coast.

----- sufferers. II. S. Walker, the president For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for

In of the local branch, Jacksonville, ha received JiI1own, ARMOUR A:;; CO.
you are search of bargains; so long. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS,
the letter
following from
J Repreentative ,
read the AUVOOATK columns carefully. Sparkman: which has greatly Fertilizers, Chicago, Ill. Chicago, D1

encouraged the organization: _Avenu' D. over Bank. MIAMI. FLORIDA. _

i TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS "Washington, Jan. 37, 1600. '

I The "II.I'la.i"Dear S. 'Valkerl'rellidont, Jacksonville, Sumner's IEB. J=J. ZbvdZXZLvdZ:: : :: : Tar. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDDEALEEIa
following the
are times of
arrivalna
i \ departure of Sir-I have your letter of the 33d: --- _
from Tltusvllle; passenger trains to and Inst., Inclosing clippings In regard tot.he
1 relief of the letter carriers. When
nUCTilnU11YU. this matter comes up In Congress I _IIIdo
I' Leave Tltusvllln for Ml liiml: and 1 I at 4iUHp.i t:/IM p.i... the best I can for them. If the bill ((4X"Butter. C'-2-
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u IntermedArrives points f 14:19 p :IR> I. carefully handled there Is no doubt, '
t from : ft1". 10 my judgement, built will pas At ,
BiuirordHoaTUBOOKl"Jacksonville. a2a.. 1:2J: .. all events, I will do the very best. I can. 1 *
: "Very truly, 200 Rlr-'itlo; birds landing t to 10 feet
1'' 400 -b. Omnch V
high weighing to
pound
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,.....v.Tltand *for Jack.on"l1l.. }1 1oluu 3 t:10::'11I p.m p.m 8. )I. SPARKMAN. lust nests batched err, *.ostrich lifting and baby Ostriches cQALSO: : ..

lutermudlaM 9:37 p m Guides.seort vfeltor through' the farm explaining ti
.. ; .. 3:18 a.mr:0e..w tReading: notice ad*. on this page all about the bl"li8.their nests, habits .
for
Sanford : are live cents line week.
: per per plumate, eta GENERAL REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS, BLACK3MITHING, ETCf -


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