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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 9, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00058
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
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LOCAL NEWS -Several articles have boon left out -Capt. W. A. Coster, manager; of Canaveral -.\ cold wave la expected on the Eau HUNTING AND FISHING Of pleased with the house and service
of tills issue for want of space. Club was in town yesterday.The Coast to-day or to-moirow. Look ont THE EAST COAST. Another clerk has been added to thin
Interest for it. fine hostelry-Mr, Carl Knapp the postal -
:And Topics. of General ,
-Dr. Chas. I.. Hill, and wife, of Scran warm weather on Indian Rivet clerk.
ton, ]>.., are again at Indlanola for th< has been the means of bringing out white Cashier C. S. Schuyler, of the Indian One of the biggest fish catches mad
balance of the winter. dresses and straw hats. River State Bank, has been on a trip by the ladies this season was that of One of the cosiest little hotels In Jacksonville
Society and General Oonlp In eonnectloi down Indian River this week Mrs. Lola and Miss Betty Smith, of Wes Is the Rnsoland. This house)
with ItUoajne: B.T., lake Worth, Indian, -"Say boys! How Is the Magua trap)!' -The work of laying the drain pipes Palm Bench. While trolling In T.IkeWorth has many. Advantages, being situated
Banana and Halifax Rivera. Key Wm Are the birds as easy to bit as ever!!' from the pond, at the rare of the Gardner -Mr. R. C. Rogers, traveling\ passenger last Saturday morning, tlley; near the Ostrich Farm, and has a charmIng -
and all other Important Point along the Don't all speak at once. residence to the river, has been flu agent of the Central of Georgia; Ily., hauled lln 83::I blue fish and mackerel\ In : view of all vessels passing up and 1

Eact Coast of Florida. Brief mention ..r! -Mr. Jas. Bouts, one of the solid hay I shed. was in town, Wednesday, en route south two hours. Are tlioio any ladles I on tin down the river It is also far enough

Interesting. Event from Various Part grain; and feed merchants of Jacksonville,, -Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton, had the, -!Mr. C. It. Jerome, brother of Mr,. East Const who can beat this\? Mrs. from the noise of the city, and still in
of the World I About People You Know bas Just received twenty-two car load pleasure of attending the ball, at the C. C. Jerome, of Chicago, Is now stop and Miss Smith, naturally fool very prou< touch with nil parts of this town, n" the
and People Yon Don't Know. Picket of hay and grain, to supply his numerous Kathbun ,Hotel, Jacksonville, on Monday ping at Cocoa, where ho has many of their big haul. street cars pass the hotel every fifteen
up by Our Society Editor and a large.tall customers.Mr. evening last friends. Fishing In the Miami river was never minutes. Capt. Cook, the proprietor, !I.a I.

of Correspondent scattered along. the Lyman Spalding, a prominent -Messrs.. A. Blackman and W. B -Brevnrd School hoard had Its \lsnlll ns good BH now. Early Saturday morn very attention amiable gentleman: his and I"'Y.This

East Coast of Florida. young attorney, of Wall street, Now Wilson, hailing from South Carolina, meeting this week but pressure upon lug Mr. Donn I loft<< the river dock, am every house linn Its own to barnyard guests.;and kitchen

York, has been enjoying tho hospitalities were in town, Wednesday, looking for our space has precluded our publishing before the noon hour arrived landui gimtcn therefore, everything supplied
THE ADVOCATE, of the Royal Poinclaua this week, as well turpentine timber land. the report In this Issue. seventeen cavallles. After luncheon lie to .the; table ) and
can depend
returned taking with him several! bribe you upon,
In ,
S1.50 per annum, in advance... as Indulging suif-bathing. Attorney Ceo. M. Kobblns has had -Mr. C. L. Tiffin, of Montreal, Canada who proved themselves adopt In catchIng Is fresh, good and In abundance.

41.00 "six months, __:Mr. R.W. Parsons, second vice-pres. a telephone connection made betwcer. was' a recent guest; of Hotel Plaza,, fish. Jmlgo; NowHohikfer left tin The following I : hotel and boardinghouse
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. !ident of the F. E. C. Railway, who has his office and residence, and :Mrs. Robbins Rocklei'ge. He hnd boon viewing hit hotel, and during the afternoon he sue rids. will bt. found on our Seventh
for the ADVO been on atrip to Havana passed she finds it useful. tiuoie's Courtenay.
When you subscribe through says very property cnuded In landing n largo number ooavalilos page; :

CATS: by the year, it does not cost you here, Monday morning, saying ho was on -!Mr. Wm.. Ayres, piano and oigan -A good: printer wishing) a steady Job,, the largest one weighing eight Jacksonville-: St. James, Windsor
his New
three cents per week, postage included. return to Yoik city. tuner, of Boston, Is In town. lIe will one Holier and able to do newspaper\, ami eon pound... Bonidas these lie caugh UiUhbun, Filicide, Westmoreland, New
Note date of expiration printed upon -The Indian River friends of Mr. 600, soon leave for various places down the job printing naked to rorrespond.wltli two ImmunHo rod l snappers and one scar Hotel Koseliind, Grand View, Oxford,
your paper or wrapper every week. This F. Ensey, of Tropic who has been lying East Coast, as far as Miami. Look oul E. D. Of.iN, Southern Pines, N. C. lot fish. New Duval.

is a receipt for your money. No need; very ill at the hospital, Jacksonville,, for him, Director A. J. Mitchell, says: "A E. J. Morse went up Lake Worth om Seabreeze! The Colonnades.
for us to Rend receipt for subscription the. past fortnight, will be pleased tt) Palatka The Graham.
Among the down'river people In severe; cold wave la advancing south anti day last week and caught IIfly-five fish, :
The date gives it to you. know that he is very much better. town this week were: Me"sl'sV.. II. east. Temperatures will fall to about which, averaged In weight from two tt DoLaml. : College Arms.

JCJT" Please place tills paper in your -Mr. W. R. Knox, a member of oui Sharpo Jno. N. Waller John Houston, freezing over the greater portion of north four pounds, while C. (I. Towers And: Titusvllle: Indian River hotel; and .)

reading room. Town Council, handed into the Board,, Jno. II. Sams, John lIrcCleanV.. (},. Florida, by Friday night./ another gentleman caught fifty-seven Hall knight boarding house
The INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE: Is on Tuesday evening, his resignation as al- Prink, J. F. Wooten, K. J. Chlllingworth,, Including that averaged the same size Mrs. Jas Rocklmlgo: Hotel Indian River, Plaza,
Mr, II. M. Flagler and party,
sale at the following news-stands, at five derman. The vacancy has not yet been S. F. Gibbs. Sullivan, while fishing\ from the pier,, New Roiiklutlge, White's Cottage.
Mr. and Mrs E. M. Ashley, Mist Fort Pierce Fort Pierce hotel
and :
amberjack Dr. E. E
but caught a large
cents : supplied, doubtless will be in a few
per copyTitusvilleB. Mr. Jerome Twichell of Kansas l'omroy and Miss Kenan, left Palm Beachon l Eden: Netherby.
R. Wilson & S\\>n. Boomnn captured. one of the fimarst string''
J. B. Screven. days. City, Mo., after enjoying; a visit of a Wednesday for a pleasure trip to Key of sheepshend taken at 'aim lion! thin Jensont The AI Fresno.1Noptune ; ,
Jacksonville-Rathbtin hotel. -Capt. Chas. Hall, who, a few week couple of weeks with his sister at LaGrange West where, they- will remain a short year. Joseph Jefferson and J. Adams,, : Neptune houso. '
St. James hotel. ago, left Palm Beach to go to New York left here, Saturday last for Miami time. while fishing at the inlet had (treat spot West Palm Bench: The Seminole: The
Windsor hotel.St. for the purpose of undergoing an opera and Cuba. He will again; stop oil at Meisrs. John McAllister and Earnest with mango, snapper and, bluellsh Palms.
hotel Lion;; Is now getting along nicely, and Titusville on his return from Havana. Magnolia Springer Magnolia Spring
Augustine; -Alcazar 1'aylol'ol Eau: Oallie, who have
his friends look for his return to Lake A special to the ADVOCATE from Or hotel.
Ormond-IIotel Ormond. Sheriff R. J. Chlllingworth, of WealPalm been living a four Inch well onV.. mond says: A most singular! fish! wan
Rockledge-Hotel Indian River. Worth.We Beach, was In town Wednesday Beaver St., Jacklonvll1e,during the past caught on Thursday last In Ostlnoln Hotel KoyM Poinciana, one of Mr.Flagler's [ .
Palm Beach-Royal Poinciana. are sending out bills to all who He came up to take charge of a Dade fortnight; say, they went through Springs, nr tho head of navigation on : palatial' hotels at Palm Boach
The Inn. are indebted to us for their subscription, county prisoner, who was sent here during some hard rock, and struck water at the Tomoka. As many of our l'ell.lt'1'IIknuw Is again tilling up with tourists, throne
and would feel obliged It subscriber! the yellow fever epidemic at Miami. about five hundred feet, on Tuesday this spring is located In the dense being overt.'H() In the hotel on Sunday

Reading notice ads. are ten cents, will remit the small amount owlug.. $lie was a colored woman charged with last. palmetto forest, through which windy lust; and era long It will be packed from

per line on this page: /biugly the item is very little, but In the cutting a man of the same color. -:Mr. Adhemar Brady and wife who the upper Tnmoka, upon which the new floor to roof. This Is Its sixth season
aggregate it amounts to a great deal of -Capt. J. Jackson has returned to his havo long been. residents of Titusvllle, boat Issenu In to make daily "runs thin and Manager Fred Starry: Is making more
-If want to buy goods;( of our to of of It while Mr.
us. i
you money which season from Hotel Ormond. Ily direction success every year;
old place. of residence on East Bay St., left for City Point Wednesday,
ads
Titusville merchants read their or -General B. Flagler, a. relative of Mr. Jacksonville. The Captain Is one of the place they wilt make their headquartersfor of Mr. O. B. Knolt\: the general Fred C. King U doing his best to help

8th page. Henry M. Flagler, Is among the prominent cleverest sail, tent, and awning inaknrs, an Indcfllnltu )period of time. We in an aster, the logs: which have cibntruoted. things along. During the )past season.
-Mr. E. II.: Ashley, of Lockport, N. T guetts of the Royal Polnclana. The and riggers; wo have In the south. When are sorry to have them leave us, but navigation' : tu the spring, have linen removed the size & Polnclanii has been increased
still remains at Palm Beach, where he it General Informed us he had not been you want tiny thing; done In his Hue of hope they will not remain away perman from the river, and the basin of III by nearly a third, and with its
making hosts of friends. further south than Rockledge In nine business give him a trial and you will be ently. the spring Itself vastly Improved cirebrir HX( ) rooms, Is by far the largest hotel In
the southern of the United States.
part ,
moving the fallen trees' and other
and Palm
-The many friends of Mr. Joe Men years Beach, was much.enjoying Ills visit to pleased. -The unique Smith-Gorton Company, which have heretofore marred. the beauty and one of the largest) resort hotels In

del, of LaGrange; are pleased to see him very -"For a country weekly paper, the chief among equals, the 'royal enter of Its traospnrentdepths. In ncoompllsli-'' the world. While increased In sUo: It
around again after a spell of illness. -Mrs. R. R. Quay, Direr Alex. Laughlln : ADVOCATE: Is the best I have yet siibHcilb- tainers," G. Pnul /Smith and Wlllnrd Ing this. work, the opening of the spring, hUll also been perfected In detail, and In

John McLean, one of the pioneers and Mr. R. 'l'. Townsend, of Pitts- ed to, and I willingly add my $l.r.O to Gotten, in their novel and delightful In the, \limestone rook below was enlarged all Its appointments It Is unexcelled any.
-Capt.of Indian River has been in town R burg, Pa., have been enjoying a visit of your exchequer I expect to be down protean entertainment will\ appear In and In the sudden( ) gush: of water where. From top to bottom and from
this week the, guest of the Indian several days at the Royal Pol net ana hotel later In the season, and take a trip along Opera house In Titullvllle, Feb. 1J and IX following, several small fish were observed kitchen to pallor It Is what a hotel of
few days hotel. this week. We understand Senator 1\1. the Eat Coast, with the view of makingsome These entertainments are list-class(\ In to come forth, apparently from the highest should be. Its steady and
River S. Quay and his son, Mr. R. It. Quay will' purchases. Wm. A. Jones, Wabash every re peot.Mr. some subteirnnonn source, On Thursday rapid growth In tho favor of the most

Messrs. Salter and Boyce, of Palm not be on Indian 'River for some little! Chicago." E. J, Seymour has taken to some of the workmen employed upon wealthy and aristocratic classes of the

Beach, 'are making quite a record foi time. -Mr. Wm.Maloney, of the wellknownlaw smoking pipe within the last few d.iys.; the construction of the now Tnmoka country proves. that In management and
themselves as golf players. .Mr. Boyce Yachtsmen and others who are firm of Thompson & Maloney, Wall lie has Just received a handsome smok cabin, wherein hot /game suppers are to appointment It Is superior to moot of Its
won a prize on Saturday::! be served to the of lire I'lln- rivals. While a guest of the hotel a
about to visit the East Coast, should street, New York, in-enjoying a much- er's outfit, the gift of Lieut. Governor passengers
-Editor Hobo Dean, of the Palm read the ads. In ADVOCATE before purr needed rest at the Polnclana, as Woodruff, of New Yoik. An exquisite CONS'' Issenu, noticed a ilnli\ In the spring couple of day the first of this week, an
noticed thata
Beach Dally News, passed through/ here, chasing their supplies. Also take note well as amusing himself with surf-bath match sure, with the Initials of the giver nearly a foot long, and succeeded. In AIIVOOATK representative built
the northern extension
Saturday, on his way home from a visit of our Titusvllle and Rocklrdge advertisers ing and golf. When he left New York and recipientand" a neat cigar cutter tolling It with a oast-net. It 'Is shaped now of wing the Polnclaim on adds over 200() feet-
to Jacksonville and St. Angustlno. when on Indian Klver. The ADVOCATE last week the weather was nearly at zero, were part of the equipment and spotted somewhat like n nu"thel'nbrook
Worth mak-
the facade Lake
to fronting
but with Him and ,
trout larger
stands of and he the warm weather at Palm ,
-A few fine double yellowheadedMexican Is on sale at the news Beach astonishes says him -Mr. F. Eugene: Crnssous, of New gills: and a broader tall. The spots lug tho total frontngo about 700( lost
parrots; German Canary singen all first-claws hotels on the East Coast. York! who is n guest; of Hotel Royal change In color like the changing similes lire\ six. floors each contain :'i'\: rooms, ,alllonni'ctlng

and pigeons for sale; Mrs. E. II. Arm. -Dr. F. H. Houghton, of the Dentos! -One of the most polite and hustling 1'01 nc lllO.L. Palm Boach, Is the confidential of chameleon sometimes being blight: In suites and provided with
strong, 55 Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla. West Palm Beach, has Just purchased business men In Jacksonville la Mr. Ba outside man for Spencer, Trunk A orange/ and again changing to deepestred atli-rooms fitted In exquisite taste with
of Palm Beach celebrated one of the finest dental chairs made. He sil Gill, the agent of the Mallory Steamship Co., prominent ami well-known stock ; while In the evening In tlin tank, tiled wainscoting, porcelain-lined tubs,
-Mrs. E. Allen says he must keep np with the times. line. Mr. Gill received a telegramto brokers. He halls. from Hackensack, N. where the fish\ Is now kept when the lavatories and every accessory of elegance
her 28th birthday of on Saturday, The Doctor says his practice has becomeso proceed to Pensncota on special business J., is a line golf player, and thinks the' light Is turned down, the spots have atjillllant and comfort. The ofllce has been completoly -
when *she was the recipient from some lady very large on Lake Worth that he had to one day List week. He went, fulfilled ] surf bathing at Palm Beach hard to beat i pliosptioicsoont glow. This remodeled and the counter space

pretty and ,useful presents employ an assistant. lIe does not know his mission, and was back In his office _Mr. Charles Emmons and daughter/ i spring Is fed doubtless by one of Flor- greatly Incrensod., The manager's prl-
friends. when he will be able to return to Dayton attending to his duties about thirty Miss EhlriJ.: Emmons of New York city,, Ida..'. subterranean rivers' und tills, no vate oflloo/ and a separate room for the
,Meut. L. Wlllouithby Is again a a. six hours. Call In the office and ask liavd been spending ,the past weak at doubt, Is Nome new specie of pliosphor- accountant pre notable Improvements.The .
guest of Hotel Royal Pol nclana, after !\Ir. Gill to show you what he brought Miens. will leave next weok forllocklodga ascent Hull, so often found In waters. of library and reading room have been
-Mr. Stewart B of the They
irr, one guests
;
trip of ten days to the Biscayne Bay country back wlthblm., and points of Interest down total darkness. The most curious In, proportionately enllrfcd. A telephone
of Hotel Royal Polnclana Palm Beach, /
whero he had a delightful time stance of this phosphorescence Is In the room has been adjoining the ,
Dl J. O'Brien of Mr Emmons visited this
Mr. president InJian River. (
Is member of the New York Stock Exchange '
a office\ and ladl,,
Hislaes dressingand
and fishing. of the 1\"h.\ which throw tha light a "
hunting Southern Co. New York live and Is much pleased eyes /
and has had a very successful the Express section years ago, retiring has also been provided.A .
-After a delightful sea trip Mr. II. M,. career. He is right jovial young fellow, after enjoying a trip to Cuba, BtoppedotJ with the shell roads and other Improvements directly ahead much In the manner of a telegraph room ethics and .railway ticket
and the fish has therefore
Flagler; of New York; Mr.\ and Mrs. E. and Is said to be quite a prominent man at the Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach, which ho has noticed. searchlight been called,the Insonaflsh from, Its mln-, ofltco are located near the southern end

M. Ashley, Miss Pomeroy, of Lnckport,, on the floor.!( After spending a few Saturday until Monday. While there, }(rl. Jos. G. Gerry, of Long Island, attire resemblance to the Princess Isneoa, of the main corridor. The great dining
N. Y., Miss Kenan and Capt. E. W. VanC weeks or so at Palm Beach, be will stop some of his admirers presented him witha N. Y., ha. returned to town after n pluas- which will Illuminate the weird windings: room has a capacity for HiK guests at a
Lucas, wife, child and maid, of Wilmington off at at.: Augustine for a while, en route beautiful silver-mounted I Ivory-handled ant visit with her sisters, Mrs. Hogan i of the upper Tumults and the phantom sitting! two wings Laving. been added on
N. C., have returned to Palm Beach. home. Mr. Barr Is a member the firm corkscrew of unique design, with which and Miss, Mary ShefTler, at Artesla. From forests on Its banks by the great jewel In the: north and south sides each :liOxili'
of Stewart, Barr & Co., who are reportedto he was" much pleased. President O'Brien, she will\ to Daytona St. Augustine feet. A children' dining room and large
-Mr.\ Chas. Blum, the West Bay St.,, who through Titusvllle on Mon here go her coronet, as she glides In her stately
wine liquor, and cigar merchant, claims have been remarkably successful day passed said he was on: Ms way to Tampa. : and Washington, on her way home. jeadt.T through/ the.hadowy hall of her ordinary have.. also been arranged In the
business.Mr. ,
that he sells more goods than any other the stockbroklng lie was accompanied by his private tier visit was an enjoyable one, and she Forest home. lewly-construotod addition The great
merchant in the same line of business In C. L. Myers, the whole-souled Mr. Williams.... ball lots of curiosities to take home with --------- kitchen and serving room hat been extended -
Jacksonville. And why? because his general: superintendent of the Southern secretary, her, Mrs. Gerry Is stopping at the Indian To Protected fruit Tr.... 75 feet, giving\ a proportionate
goods are good, and his prices suit his Express Co., Savannah stopped over at -The Hellley Bros drugstore, on West River hotel with Miss Hhefller. increase to the serving capacity, and
customers.Mr. the Royal Poinciana. Palm Beach, from Bay St., Jacksonville, line undergone A patent hart Issued by the United every Imaginable contrivance for facilitating
Saturday until Monday, en route to quite a transformation purchase Flue iLiiiuiilry. States Patent Office Washington: U. C., quick service has been Installed.
O.Pierre Havens, Jack.onvllle'BweUknown Tampa from Havana. Some of his New from Mr. Geo. Hughes the above busi to W. \oFarlan.i.! of Titusvllle Fla., An addition 2flx.iO feet has been builtto
and popular photographer,, York friends, and an ADVOCATE repre- ness. The store has been renovated For a protective tent for trees. The obJect the dynamo room and two lJhorse(
was met by an ADVOCATE representativeat sentative, celebrated his birthday Saturday throughout, the flooring relald, new and I have the agency for the Hlldltch\ of the patent Is to give; covering to power Westinghouse, gas engines have.
Hotel Royal Poinciana, the first of night; when many laughable tales handsome showcases, well stocked with Steam Laundry, Jacksonville. Send your orange; and other tender fruit trees of the (eon placed. Additional Incandescent;
the week. He had been at Ankona, taking and reminiscences were told by the party, new, fancy, and of the latest design toil- washing to H. B. PTI.KH: South, and to protect them from the sudden lights 1,6011: In number have been In-
views of Mr. C. T. ilcCartj's fine led by Messrs. Crassono, Maloney, Spald et articles perfumes, etc.' ; fn fact, everything Southern Express office frosts which sometimes occur during; ,lulled; the entire electrical plant ha 1
orange; trees. Mr. Havens said the trees lng, B.irrs and Williams. Mr. Myers reports that is found In a first cUss pharmacy 3t Titusvllle, Fla. the winter months. In the far Month, and been )perfected la every detail. An Ice
looked beautiful, and were quite a revelation a dellgbful time In Havana. can be purchased at this establish do much damage to trees. Orders for plant with capacity of four ton a day
to him, to see them covered with merit The gentlemen operating this these tents are pouring In from nearly furnishes' the purest of artificial Ice,
oranges. lIe was accompaved by Mr. C. store are Mr. 'f. P. Hertley, Ph. G., grad Hotel Wanted.I every county in Florida. ands generating plant will\ supply all
E. Savey, of New York.Reducing ., Beautiful Homo Places.At uate of New York College of Pharmacy: the cold storage compartments with the
and Mr.! C. A. Knight, Ph., graduate of want to purchase a well-located hotel requisite temperature by chemical pro
Fort Pierce and North Ankona. Alabama College of Pharmacy.To in the South; 40< to KM rooms, ; furnished AMONG THE HOTELS. cess. Manager Sterry's cube staff for
Stock. Write for descriptive dlrculars. ; must be a bargain.; ;Address, with be Royal' Polnolana i III made up as fol-
C. T. McCABTV' Ankona, Fla. full particulars and cut or photo The Anvoc-ATK In now on file at all lows: Chief clerk, Fred C. King, fourth
Very
In order to reduce my stock before Hunter. and Sportsmen. If possible, "The Grand, Mont Vernon, the; best hotels In New York city season there, and during the summer

opening my yard in Palatka, I am otTer Xotlce. Those bunting venison, ducks, or other N. H. Where to stop along; the East Coast. chief clerk at the United States hotel
Ing lumber and other building materialat In season for sale, should com- See list of hotels on 7th pages. Saratoga; assistant room clerk, W. II.
low Write me. The City Tax Books are now open at game: and Evans, recently) of lintel Walton, PhtU-
prices. Slioemakliitf Repairing.All
very excepted municate with B. W. Sperry, Proprietor Do you want to purchase a hotel and dolphin cashiers, J. Edward ).Martin
F. PADDISOX Court House every day Sundry ;
GEO. the
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and to 2 Duval Hotel, Jacksonville, tlorlda. cottages If you do, road ad. on 2nd recently of the Maplewood hotel. White
Eau Oallie, Fla. from I 9 to 11 a, m, one kinds. of repairing promptly at- '
page. fountains, and I.V.. Mauna: of Lakewood -
William Bassett Hopkins
m. tended to by ,
Ideal p. M., S. JONES, Jr., Fine unche" street(near nouknl h 'B boarding house), Illustrated folders of tile fine East ; front clerk, W. II, Gunning, of
Estate, City Tax Collector. Titusvllle Fla. Coast hotels, etc., to be given away, free, the United States hotel, Saratoga; assis-
If you need n good chop, steak or anything at the ADVOCATE: office. Send. two-cent, taut front Jerk, Jas. P. Scott, recently ,
Winter homes, Orange groves. I have ; else In the eating line, do not fall, stamp to pay postage e with Hotel Waldorf, New York night
a few special bargains in Improved properties Kockledsc. Indian Klver, when la St. Augustine, to go to Orange: For Hale. The Seminole hotel West Palm Bench, clerk, W. J. Freeman, of Berwick i, Me., ,
from Fort Pierce southward to Howes' Lunch and Oyster Rooms,cornerof sole fourth season there; mall clerk, J. M.fempsted .
and I" under the management of
attractive
Eden. Groves, one, Has one of the most Cathedral near the bridge. most desirable In the now of Ifomentead hotel, lint
Two young orange along the East Coastof place, The property Mrs. S. O. B. Burnham. who ban pnr:
stores Small-
best-stocked
;325: trees one MX trees. Floe condition. center of Ilocklndge, on Barton avenue; chased the partnership Interest of Mrs. Springs, Va. ; bookkeeper, George
find
Bnavanl Florida. You can everything you covered with wood recently of the Shoreham, Washngton -
Along railroad In south part of nice Barrels consisting of five acres ,
All kinds of fine Empty Sugar arid S agle.
county. Lands suitable for groves ali need at this store. groceries thrifty orange trees, also two cottages ; assistant bookkeeper W. L.

*: :j to..V; ) per acre. Write for plats, price I and western meats. to the needs For sale. Address, i thereon. Apply to Hotel St. James, Jacksonville, under Evan of Bryn Mawr, Pa.; stnogrpher:
lists and pamphlets. Particular atteutlon paid WALTKK A. 1\I00RE, WM. M. MEKWIIT: Milford, Conn. the; management of Mr. J. R. Campbell, and private secretary to Manager !Hterrg
Fla.. of yachtsmen and cruising parties. Via. I. well patronized and tourists are much Luther II. Burton of Richmond Va.
C. T. McCABTT, P. O. Ankona GEO. N. HATCH, Propr. 30fob H George St., Charleston S. C. After Nov :20th, Hockledge ,
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value and Is bard to sell. There are COMMISSIONER'S 8AM2. Sheriff's Sale.

throe grades recognized on thin market, In Chancery. SEED POTATOES.I I

number 1, 2, and 3 or culls' Number 1 UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN EXBCU-
\ .. i out of the County Court for
Is largo, smooth, clean stock: number 2. ANI) BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE Itrevard County In a cause therein pendingwheraln .
stock number UNDER of ale entered In the Clr, Helen Winton et al. are plaintiffs! ami
smooth 3
ium-Iolze or
mo ; cult Court tor llrevanl Omnly in a certain William M. II. Oloaaon Is defendant 1 have lev.
culls l Is the mlH hllpeu' grubby, round ranra therein piimllnir. itliornln Orlando A. led upon and will dell at public auftlon to the Improved Rose la.Otf per barrel. Spfecial] prices to large buyers. Write for teat!.
Joim* IK the ooinblH.lntanta.nd" Michael. l>werft \ highest and 1 bout bidder for conn, in front of the
and small-sized stock al.are (lurcnpantK.I will Mill In front of tl e Court, House door at Tltusvllle during the legal monlals from largest potato planters in Florida.
Celery) should be shipped by all rail! Court Honn door at Titu vllle, Floiidu' during hours of sale, upon the .
the loial hour* i>t sale on the FIRST MONDAY IN MARCH, A. D. JOOO. Full line of fresh Garden and Field Seeds always stock. Write for price list.
freight! in refrigerator cars, as during FIKST MON1>AT IN MARCH A. n. 1900, the following described real", estate altuated In
hot weather It heats easily and decays to the highest and bout bidder for cash, the Hrevard County, 1 following ili).crll>ed real. mtate itltunted in the public records In the name of William H. 11. ,
rapidly and Is very susceptible to frosl County of ]Ilrevanl State of *!'lorida, t<.-wlt! uleanon the defendant to-wit:
during cold weather packed In barrel JleirlnnlnK on the Mention lire lietwvan Son Lots 6 and 12. block 16; lots 5 and 12, block 17; 126 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE,
FLA.
tlon 3 and 6. In Towuxhln, Z nouth KanU( 3(1euntnta lots'6 and 12: block 18; lots ft and 1.2: block 19, in .
crates, that being standard package nntinre monninont Mone niarfceil with: the town of Eau Uallio\ according! to the recorded
a letter "W thorn o run due eaxe elKUteonhundred plat of said town. -
here. The best selling stock Is the largest ( and fifty f..t. more or letm. to Inillitn Also the north half. of the southeast quarter
sizes, running from 4| to 5-dozen River; tlienoe northeily alonqr nlu river two of the northeast quarter and the south half of GEORGE MARX. JOHN )URX: :.
hun'ired feet more or lufffl tt.> tho noutli line of the northeast quarter of the southeant quarter ,
Hialka per crate; the size Is Indicated by .a lot of land pnrotmMifl by A L and K, K, Hat< b of Section 6 In Townsldp 27 south. Range 37 ,
of K L: May; thunoo due went ulonff mid line tn pant Also the N of the NKK: of rhe MiH. the IVI I.i: :B' C>S.
tho count la the crato and should always Section line ahnve named, thence due Bouth NU of the Hh'X of the NE\(. the 8J4 "* the W'Xof ,
be plainly 1 marked theiuonfor convenIence along mid neotlnn line two hundred feet, more, the XI1\(. thn f"H of the NWK of the NEK,
or loHit to the fliu-a of heirlunlnR.AI the NK "f the NEK of the NWKt the NH of the Wholesale Dealeis In
of the seller and as a guide to the MO that plBce or ]inrcul 4>f hind helnp; a part HK'/i I of the NWW.! the R H of the WW of the N
of lot mtmlier 8 In Hri'tlim 3, Townnhlp 'Oi Houth Vfy' the I HM of tbe N WK of tlio NW\\(, the NHIof FRUIT AND PRODUCE
..!H7.0 of the stock. Many shippers fall R-tupe M ""Ht. cnnnnHnclnif on the hank of Indian "tbe N W {of the KWI( and the >H of the 8WX GROCERIES, ,, i
I to under.tanllVhy a 5-dozen crate bi Ings River at the dividing line between lotn 3 of the SW K of section 7,township 27,south .
and 4, thenco' went runnlnit aloni I ? mild dividing rajiue 27 eojit.. i

more per dozen than a 10.dozen crate line hotween I loMSand: 4 eighteen hundred: mid: J. P. PROWN
131 and 133 East Bay Street and 6 and 8 Newunn Street,
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f or loss to the feb2mar2 Sherlfl.
nrty-two "et more suction line
:1 '- thinking it relates to tho size of the dividing Section 8 and 61| thence north al! nic i
j : orate inntend of the number of stalks aid l18uUolllllle.U8.W foct. thenceeatit on allnu JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
SOUTHERN VEGETABLES parallel with the Otvirllmc line between s..hl l Notice '
therein. The pi'Ice obtained depends on lot* 3 and 4 IBM) font to Indian Klver thennonouth I
the margin of Raid ONE OF THE OLDEST'RUIT HOUSES IN THE
.; ", ltn being well bleached- stock along river 4IH feet, CITY
Orower green IUHO to the pluoeof hettinnlng,
Dome Iloinn. of Inti-reat for Southern mitiro or Circuit Court of the 7th JuillcliU CIrcuit
and 6lil|>|",r. Jtcgurilliiir the does not sell well-and tied neatly in A IHO the eoutle".t quuitnr of tlie. nocuheantquiirter In 1 of lorida, tirevard C'ounty: A. 1>. 1900. ,
of Huc.tlon 4, Townnbin> 2a onth, Hange
,; JieMt Afetliinl* <>f Packing bunches of one-dozen stalks which Is the ;luaat.. Alxo4l8 feet oil of xouth end of the In Re-Appllcatlon( of K. M Blglow.lan We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Bating Potatoes and Cow Pens' I

anil ftlilpplnic. standard package except In very ]laige aid northeaat Beetlnn quarter 4, Townnhlp of the ftoiitheaot W Houth,quarter Ranite of 8Uciwt tate AdininlHtratrlXr of Ouy Herbert to Vlglow sell' Heal and,Ea-1 Lit f guaranteed enulne. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want .

Commencing with the advent of cold 1 stock which Is sometimes tied in i-dozen moa-urnment to commence at the aoutheiwt clen H. iilglow, Jr., Minors. J your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased. t
corner of mild dencrUipil lot of land and to -
weather In the northern producing sec a talks to tho package. While the largo KO north along the neutlon line between flectlonH To all whom it may concern I MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.
dozen 9 and 4 for a distance of 418 feet, thenra went Take notice that I will applr: to the Honorabl We only Sell! to Dealeis. II
tioDS, tho demand for SOli them green sizes net more per than tho smaller one quarter of .ft mile, thence unnth 418 free Minor B. ilonea.' Judge of Bald court at Tituavllle .
Vegetables becomes largo, owing to the sizes, tho 12: to 15-dozon sizes have to the corner between Aaid lota of land herein Florida or wherever the court may then
described thenco quarter uf a uille to the place be, on Monday, the I'-'tll day of March. AIIKXI D !
frost killing,: nil tender vegetation and tho larger demand and nets more per of beginning. or a. soon thereafter aa I can be heard by -
The above deHcrlbed parcels of land embracIng the Court, for leave to sell the undivided two-
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the consequent ill appoiuance of )local prate than (the? 5 to 0 dozen per ,crate the hotel known an the> Hotol Indian River thirds Interest of mv minor chlMren Ouv Herbert

grown produce from, the maikcts. Virginia loos[ but as It takes a largo< acreage to and the orantrx (II'rovo known an tlio Riickleiluedrove. Itlulowand t.uclen. H. Blylow,in and to the John B. Stetson
oellt.IIInj11l1croH., more or Ie.... Alnorhe fullnwlnJdeA..rb., ." landTo>wlti University
and tho Carolina* are tho eailiest grow the smaller sizes the laipest pioflt cottHgeH! and ateainboat whHrf wurQ-lion All of tn M !II. 3. 4, U, 7 and lu, Titus addition
aud pavilion gltuuteil on Hald land anil I all theliimtlng ami. all of LotMl. 47 ..a..III":one of which baa a
to be in the sizes. \list
and As word
Norfolk larger
Hipper, especially from a lluhtlnir and 'pluiiiblng I nxtine* conndvtcil miiail house on it; all of which are in TltusvllleItrvvarU .
Choi)teuton. sections; the bulk of the dhlppeis of 11klnd8\ of all kinds of green : : with 1 and helonglni.: ti:> mid: Hutul liullan County: Florida.KLMIRA.
River, and ull riiarian|, rlvrhta conneuted with >(. IimLOW.aa .
former is shipped by .steamer freight Pl'oduce should not become ill scon in god .il't lunil ; also all o'lmr flxtureii.Kxreptlng inlnlHtratrlx of the DELAND, FLORIDA.

which Is h to deliver the If a shipment should not retui a anil re.ervlng, however from the Kiitate! of iiUCluil D. lglow.
fast enou goods profit, above the right of way of the Florida ] aG This Febrnarv 3rd. IW)".
tn good) shapo but fiorn Chaileston as the matket conditions' aio" not always Count Railway Company' formerly the Jacksonvllle t<'.J, WIt D. Attorney for Petitioner OfebSw
St. AiiKiiHtlnw! and Im Ian River Kallway I
points all I'ail froIgM/; Is the bent method 'avorablo' and stock does not always arrive ('onuiaiiv, iifl tleHitrlbod., in ]>i'e.1> Hit>k W ac i of Kioni December until la the condition expected but should 48 of the records of Krovnrd' County I
shipment After the mila of the ubove .real entato, the -
spring/\, FloiIdi!: ,ami, far ttouthuin I point ulilp rogulaily, and at the end of Kirsonal prnpertjr mentioned In ...1'. dorrpn will
je annoiinied fur HHle In front of the ('II..rtHO"He Is hnrebT: Riven Hint on the 21st day
supply the New YUI'k i maiket with its ho HOIISOU a better aveiage will be door aforesaid anil the sate thereof will .V U limn, oi'im soon tlicrmlrpr aal
made than bo adjourned. '. tn'I'uHA.hw.tlUI Dili duy of March, can bit heard. I will applv' to hie Honor D. LOauhleii .
green \lejotetll loll, mid owing/\ Ho the dintanco by sending miscellaneous at 12 II "n.IIn,1 will then lie imide on the Htcps ofllorel ., Cf'untv Jnd eofltre\urd tnuiitv, f..r
cvilaiii; niollnuta) of p.icklng and shipments heie and tlieio in tho Lope Indian Kherat Houkloilge .'Ior\ola. a nnnl HrtllHinentof' mv accounts nnd approval .
There will then be Hold, to the hlgheiit ,ami\ of my iilHtilbution nt' the KSKBIS of the Kstate ol
certain loutos are the most desirable fot of doing better. bent hldiler lor mwh thn f"II1111I1I' Hum'rllmilperHoiuil M. C. Hnitih, deceased. and for mv dlaehtrgefiom
property tO'Wlti. All tho furnlruie the, aoJmlllh'r..torahlJ> of Re"tnte.| .
and It tlione thutmo ,
shipping, U question. and chattels. whiUBnever' in thn HotH liidlunlilver W I. AtLK .
liuro. endeavor to covo. "I think I would go crazy with pain /and cottHgtM.ino'd connection therewith Administrator
were It not forChnmb ,'lIn'lI Palm Hal in," and boloufirlnir' tonnld l hotel' anil rntrnirpnITJCRLRICh .leni-cii, Fla Kept.. 8th. Ixnn.Robbiila .
In the fiist place we" ) desire to impress : writes Mrs. W. 11, Stapleton. Ilerrnlnele, ; A. MORGAN, if< Draham, Att'a for Admlnistrntorr ,
fcl)2-inar2 CuiiiinlDHlunor in chuuuerr.Administrator's -'-'-
on tbo shipper tho Importance of closely I I',.. "I have bunn nlllicted/ with rheinna.lum ,

grading his produce. Do not' mix large for several years and have tiled Notice.A "How TO DO BUSINESS "
emedles for several and hiivo ti'led ,
and small]] stock together, nor old and years -
emrdles without number but Pain
fresh, as such stock Is hard to sell the IX VKRSOVS: HAVIXO CLAIMS AOAIVSTthoeHtaieot OB THB
I Balm U the best mi" iclne I have /got: W. C. Homar. 'lure of Hievnrd, Secret Sticcass In Retail For Both Sexes. This Scholastic Year Began
average buyer not wanting It,' unless ,at told of." One application relieves the County Florida' deeeuneil. are hereliv nn- Merchandising,

bargain prices. Again, use legular stan win. For sale by all druggists and mod- titled authenticated to present them. within to the the umleivlgneil..time reKcrlhed| prnjwerly -ny QEO.N. :MCLEAN., October: 3rd. Send for Catalogue,

dard packages of one size and character cine dealers. b] I..w.. or this notice will hepluailed\ bar of The !Moot Comprehensive I'rnrtlcal and Valualilu -
Irwiitli-e on BIIHIIIOHS, and How to Success*
And all
recovery. owlnu a.1II l
pcrnona eHtito
i An unfamiliar package injures the sale, are ment hereby to required to make Immediate pay fully.V tHXC Untt.i book ever of publishe"practUtH).hints rules and exampleH College, Academic, Normal, Art and Music Departments. Large, commodious
u e.
no matter how good the stock bo. Not* Kroiu the Crop Circular. of Mich rare value that even one, no matter
with
may Ihli IPtli day of December, A. T>., ixnn.Ji how old and experiencHd. cannot but derive Dormitory buildings, perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian water, etc., hsuiing >
Again when find The average condition of corn on >8II'M:" p. KIHtUN.
aoommlnaon house .
you h olme and ,io-lil\e value Its
row teachingswhile
that bandies your shipments promptly AUK. 1 Mvnn SOU.' This wft* 2.0 points Administrator of the Shertlf Kalate!: and of sulU OH Fx Uuueuited.Olllolo to the Mnmg] novice" it In a hand book and perfect bealthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout ; faculty of 2J:

ilglier than at the corresponding date fidecufehPleaat treoMure of indisi ennable value.W trained and experienced teuoher Send for Catalogue containing full information.
and
honestly, do not change, because \ Orand fhaiitera. Agents Wanted. Fill
last yt-ur 5.7 l potntw higher: than on A".nt..utflt.hw\Incluilmgihe: book, on reiolpiof Address.
that liouso will build np a steady trade Arc. 1. 1807, and 3.2 points above the mention the ADVOCATE. when fl.| HiMik fella 10 every storekeeper in all J. F. FORBES Pre ldent.
I wrl tlD I\d lveitlwem. lines ivwrpstdon' rccetptof $:J Address .
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mark of produce and go there for It and returns indicate a reduction ,

pay tho market pilce, thus Insuilng of 3.4 per) cent In the hay F<:>JR SA.LE.: DEALERS IN -

prompt sales while tile goods are fresh, acreage. Of 14 states mowing 1,000XX ,- :I.n..es: an.: 1. L1Qu..ors: ,

which cannot always be done by another ) acres or upward last year,' only Hotel 'W'i th Seven Cottages and 1O 417', & 419 W. Bay; St.,
Missouri, Kansas, South Dnl'ota and
house, even of Ioolillta.udlnll, If they ro- JACKSONVILLE. -. FLA.
L'allfoinla show increased acreage. Acres of Land.
< lro
t shipment to-day and someone
From all but a few status reports as .
clue gels it to-morrow. MONONGOIIELARye
to the condition of the apple crop Aug. ,
The matter of packing and transportation 1 1 are even mote unfitvornble than they

depends on tho vailoty of vegetable were- the preceding( month. The excopttoua -

and tho distance) away Siting beans are an Improvement of two Whiskey

from Charleston and Savannah points i points)( lu Ohio aud three points In ,

should bo packud lu baskets, which Is MlcUl! r.n Hi"Vlririnla.) Delivered to

the most popular package./ Shipments The average condition of potatoes ANT PART OF TilE STATE FOR
I on Aug. 1 was 1)3. This was 0.8 point
by A.' C. 1), all rail freight, arrive In
bettor condition and] Is tho prcfeiable. I lower than one mouth ago but 0.1 ...$3.20...
points higher than on Aug. 1, 1808, PER
method of shipment. Florida GALLON EXPRESS PREPAID.
string
I 15.1 points higher than at the corresponding
beans should bo packed In the box crate &* *
data !In 1807 and 0.0 points '* ts
Miami
Rye $4 gallon
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per
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as they are apt to become nested and "
above the menu of August Gibson
averages \ .*.*,*> > Rye $4, per gallon.
decayed In baskets. Uoana should be for the lust ten years. The whole of Lewis 'CO( Rye, $4. per gallon.:

shipped green, as Boon as tho bean appears the 13: states, having 100,000 acres or Rye and Corn $1.50 to $2.50\ per gallon

in the pod, ll U too old to ship to upward In spring wheat, show a decline :Mount Vernon Rye, 1892, $3 pergalloD.;

the New York maiket, Ithoy do not la coudltlou 81t compared with -- -

soil well and lesult lu a ]OSII. Florida July 1. FOR $3 -
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poas Bhoutd be shipped by all.rail express --- .

as they require quick transposition and to us by Express, postoffice! order or New York Exchange. we will
should bn packed. baskets as the most send you by Express, CHARGES PKEPAID, '

convenient packago, and are not In transit DR. PIERCES FOUR FULL QUARTS

long- enough to hurt tho contents.

There la only a limited demand for cucumbois Of the
Celebrated
during tho cold weather, but Located at SARNO, three quarters of a mile south of EAU GALLIE, Seven-Year-Old

they gull well In thospilng. They should FAVORITEPRESCRIPTION FLORIDA, on the Kuu Gallie Kiver, less than half a mile from the

not bo allowed to become) too old before Indian[ River, .and two and a half miles from the O<'cRn. The property Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey!

shipment.Fiom is two hundred miles south of Jacksonville, on the Florida East Coast

Charleston. points baskets la the Hallway, with the Railroad Station adjoining the property. Buildings We hlp tn pum PACKAGES. no marks to Inilleate content" (....blcb will RV.\r1 all com
erected in 18)6! and of them have ment.) Wben you get It an.1 toot It Illt ... nnt SRtl lllotOI' return It anal
most desirable package, but when shipped some never been occupied, the orig yonr'3.20 will be cb..rfully refuQll..d. Th I.. WhlHkey IA aAoo") a. at OUR EXPESSE: mark.:
111,00 In tbe '
!: any goolhL
from long distances or are transferred inal owner having died a few months after their completion. We are clo811 at hand an.1 can Itlve YOll QUICKER DELIVERY th..n dletllnt bouses. WII hail
be..n .
dolnl hllelneoe In till. clt '
an.l
over sovoial lines of railroad, the The hotel was opened for about two months prior to the owner's ]'UNSI ILITY{ AND REl>U'l'ATI0N) at tor the bone.t eame deallnlr..tan.1 for we o..er reter 111 YOll YEARS to ,merebant and a. to herll.Ol>r or ro:..
' Si death and LMS not been used since. All the the e Jtor uf this pal>er. aOT
i3 I bulk Is too heavy for baskets and the buildings were erected in
box crate should ba used! Cauliflower the; most substantial manner and are now in excellent condition. The SOLOMON A LEVI,

and lettuce shipped( by all-rail express hotel and cottages are completely furnished, and very little of the fur 1028 & 1930 First Avenue,

aa they can't stand slow transportation, niture has ever been used. There are two artesian wells twenty cisterns P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA.

and should bo packed baskets, as they connecled, with sewer etc. .P yExpre rhftree toBll polntu reached by 8OUTHZRN EXPRESS TOMbi -

generate heat In large packages: and The property cost the original owner i48,000}! and will be sold at aacrlfice. PANY.Southern" Exurean. to points Company on linen transfer of other to said Kx]other>re s Company Ezprem"Company*, we prepay only to points whe..

The above cut fairly the _
spoil rapidly. Florida egg: plants, tomatoes represents property.
For pnrticulais apply to or address, '
string bennH, green peppers, cucumbers EZRA F. HA'ICII Hon. D. L. GAULDEN
abel BIIUHHU uliould WM. A. WARNOCK, H. A. HODGES.
weather during) Severn Caretaker on premises. Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner. ...
bo shipped by express, Care Eau Gallie, Floiida. Tltusvllle, Fla. Jamaica N. T. Manufacturer of

Ocean /btoanmhip Company/ but after the .
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should be shipped by express, care of The Nation's ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange; Box: Heads Fruit and Vegetable Crate

Atlantic Const! Despatch. Tomatoes Mateo" Anyone contemplating; shedding their pineapples or oranges or building In

for this market should show but little Ottll Best any part of Florida, would do well to wilte for prices. The saw mills are located

color when packed Those showing much Cigar at Buffalo Bluff near Pahuka, on the J., T. K. W. I y. Lumber delivered to any
part of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES Fla.
color should be sent to noaiby m.irkots. Buffalo Bluff,

Stock shouM! be -------------- -.. --- -. = .. _--::
picked: of even ripeness Xt'w nil - ----- -- -- --- ----- --- -- -'

throughout nnd sound, grade as to :MAKEa: '" '< ESTABLISHED 18SO.

slzo anil wrapped ncpcratcly and packed 1"loJ: idn....

In the six-basket cutler. Green pepper Weak Women Why buy imported, clgnrs made from licavy tropical tobacco, doctored' with :Bond Lumber
should be picked so ai to arrive perfect.. Co.
ly green, as there U but little s:lie for Strong, opium and other drugs, when you can have the pure Florida Jcaf at a five-cent ,

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stock showing color or fully colored Sick Women price? _:.- Manufacturers of and Dealers In

they should be (packed in the sixbanket FREE BY MAIL TO ..ANY]. Doxof 25. .'. . . . . .*i.00 i
carrier. Now potatoes should Well. LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING

always be shipped> In barrels, the trade A TRUE-TEMPERANCE ADDRESS..j; Box of GO. . .. . ; . .$1.73 ,

here perferiing that package./ Care flEDICINE. s. \J\T :eOJTLZ. Mouldings Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orang
should be oxercUcil la grading as to Contains no Alcohol.; Opium, ., find Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence
or other Narcotic.:
size, as mixed stock has an uncertain Saw, Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds .'
SAN U.\TEO. FLA. ; Mills, on J., T. A K. W R'y. Tard
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Professional. Cards. I WANT IT KNOWN AII Rdltor'a Lift Saved by Cliuni- The Eminent Kidney

hernia's Cough Itoinutly.Duilnff We Carryon Hand I
QBOUOB/ n. BOBBIN WALTEB: S. OaAUA.it. (lie early pure of october,180(1, r.id Bladder Specialist.

ROBDINS.& GRAHAM, -- I contracted a had cold which settled un i F
That II. R. THOMAS corner Adams my IIIIIKS and wall neglected 1 until t feared : the finest stock to bo obtained 1 and are prepared to

ATTOIO-TEYS-AT-LAW, and )Iadit\on. keep fresh Drugs, makes that consumption! ba<1apPtJl\reolln an i.4! 1 txrcu'o: all orders. promptly.We only solicit the
fresh :Mocking Bird Fo OFFICE nouns:-From 10 to 12 a. m., Cigars finest and business of dealers. C
; Soaps Perfumeries lUll and trying to expel something which o
and 2 to 4 p. m. and puts up prescriptions just right I could not. I became alarmed and after v n'r-; ii llgltit 1 Lot have order for Maine Grownr '
TmrsviiLJc, Brevard Co., FLORIDA.p. every day in the year. Give him a giving: : the local doctor trial. bi.iiftht a t r us your SEED POTATOES.pure -
o.Doo.IOe.: : trial. bottle of Chamborlla'g Cough Remedy yl .
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Will practice In all tha courts-ttate and fed Thomas' Chill and Fever Tonic .$ 60 and the result was lmmediHt> improvement ,{ Pi loads. '
/ We Reed lln direct from the
eral. faoilitles for Mocking Bird Food . . . 23: and after I had used three bottles purchase our cur
Special examining; and perfectIn I 4' e' Celebrated Maine Seed Farms !
land title Thomas' Cough Cure . . . 23 my lungs were restored to their healthy R o ,I
Thomas' Iron Tonic . . . 73 state.-1C. S. EDwARDS, Publisher of I I
GAULDEN Thomas' Nerve Restorer . . 60 The Review, Wyant III. For sale by B. Ir Ir Quotations mulled on application.lulled. Stencils fun-
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D.L. Thomas' Beef, Iron and Wine fit R. Wilson &: Son. i
o
Thomas'! Rheumatism Cure .2:) and 50 _Mr+
ATTORNEY AT-LAW, We are In the best) possible position to bundle your

In all the Cnnrts of the State Manufacturer. and Agent for Young's 1'.ilet wad Red Com h.. consignments and solicit them guaranteeing
ot Florida, and the United< State Courts. Magic Cures: When a pullet U about to reach the t for tim name our prompt personal attention I

1. U Bob.898. TrrUSVIIXE FLA. Young's Magic Oil . . ... .'. 23: laying stage her comb becomes a *
Young's ]Magic Dyspepsia! Cure. OYouug'l The DlKovertr of Swamp-loot at Work la White c4z' 7 1toz
Money to Loan. 18 bright scarlet color and l enlarges!: andthe His c. ., ,
laboratory.
Magic Cure 00Young's
Consumption 1
pullet Is more nctlvp In foraging. ,
Magic Catarrh Cure. .. 25 There Is a disease prevailing In this JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.,
A >T GOLDSMITH, When the winter approaches look over country most dangerous because so decep- .. .. .
The --'- ---- - -- ---" -- -- -
following people were either the pullets and select those with tile '
tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by
cured or found relief, after using I' ESTAHL1SHKJD' ,
best combs as far as color Is concern It-heart disease pneumonia, heart failureor

A':TORNEY' AT-LAW, Young's Mrs W Magic E Burbage Cure :was given up to /ed. and also endeavor( to pick out the I apoplexy are often the result of kidney t

die of ones that were hatched early. If some disease. If kidney trouble Is allowed to advance -
consumption two
TITOBVILLE .. FLORIDA. one of New York's grl'att'st8peclallsts.years ago by of the pullet are then backward. It the kidney-poisoned blood will attack r
M. Lane & Son
After using The Young Magio Cure will pay to dispose of them and retain the vital I organs or the kidneys themselves
she is still break down and waste away cell by cell. ,
J. WEBB living/ to-day. Elder II V only the best.
F. President Then the richness of the blood-tha albumen
Skipper Second Advent
-leaks out and the sufferer has Bright'
A TT01 NEY-A TLAV, cured Christian of Bronchitis church Georgia, ten years and Florida stand, QUESTIONS ANSWI,1tED. Disease the worst form of kidney trouble. 232: WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.

Will practice in the Courts of the 7th :Mrs! Moncreaf Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new discovery
mother-in-law oflr
ing. ,
Yes August Flower still has the largest Is the true specific for kidney bladder
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents dentist
J N Jones of
Jacksonville
sale of medicine In the civilized and troubles. It has cured thousandsof
and rents and accounts collected. was cured of paralysis. A rich banker's any urinary Southern Fruit and Produce
world. Tour mothers and grandmothers apparently hopeless cases after all other
TITUSVILLE, FKOBIDA. daughter, spending the summer never thought of using anything else for efforts have failed. At druggists In 'fiftycentand .
with A MacUounell/
0 gt'nt'I'ala8111I'n
\ Indigestion,; or Ullllouiiness. Doctors dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free I..
and ticket agent of the V' C & P
ger;
were scarce and they seldom heard of by mall also a book telling about Swamp-
D. PENNEY lt'yFernandinafound immediate re- Nervous Prostration Root OozacLancLlGoIori.: :) : 3ivduorc3n.CLi3.ts.: : A
A Appendicitis, or and Its wonderful cures. Address
lief,after using The Young :Magic Cure Heart failure, etc. They used August Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton N. Y. and A
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, Dr S 1* Dowries,physician and surgeon, Flower to clean out the system and stop mention this paper. PINEAPPLES: A SPECIALTY Stencils! Cards l nnd our quotations furnished on

of Monticello/ Ga., writes : "I have fermentation of undigested 1 food, regulatethe .,
TrrosvirxE,'' FLORIDA. cured a widow lady\ of consumptionwith action of the liver, stimulate the application .

The Young Magic Cure." Mrs nervous and organic action of the system T.... Fever.Experimental -... -- .. -. -
Will practice in all the courts of the 7th Mary Wilcher, an estimable Christian and that Is all they took when feelIng work with Inoculation

Judicial Circuit. lady Fla.,"Of 7(1( !J her Bridge street,cured Jacksonville of dull and bad with headaches /and as a preventive of Texas fever has e"J'i.rcl.rcl.oc..s" :: :: c 3TitcIbL
son was
consumption ,
says -
other aches. You only need a few doses
progressed fur at the :Missouri.
by the Young Magio Cure so station
ANDREWS of Green'sduguetFlower, In liquid form that the greatest confidence In the .JACKSONVILLE, FIA.
Rev E K Gardener, principal of Spalding I
i JAMES to make satisfied there Is nothing
Seminary, MontezumaGa., writes : serious the you matter with you. :Sample operation) Is expresHed.) Already nearly Grocers and( Commission Merchants ;
ATTORMEYATLAW.Main "The Young Magic\ Cure cured\ my bottles J. P. 400 pedigreed animals have/ been Inornlnted ,
a( Cooper's drug store at
office and P. O., TIDBALS FLA catarrh." Rev W \t Singleton; Drake Cocoa and F, 3, CbatTuo's at Columbia and sent Into DRAB Pin' i-We bag to rmute you our prim on the following aoodn, f. n. b. Jaokmmvllle quail, I'
store atTltusville.
Office Ft. Pierctr 2nd 4th I drug nail. would | | to receive orders In *
open at on anti, Town, Ga., writes : "After using the the fever Infected districts In Texas ty gimrnutoril pleased your "quantity t
Fridays; of each month. I Young Magic Cure hearing Is FI... GRAIN, HAY AM FEED., llnntll. llncnn, |i..rlli.,.,.... .,..,,.... ...10 to .It
my with a loss of only S cent. When .. ....... .. ....
per lit
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Will practice In all the courts of the much better 'I could hardly hear a Corn, tOil Ilia.,per lack .. ......... ,.... .. '1.00 .Jd\"IIIr'I'OUlttl.I'\ .011 I
For r ri
7th Judicial Circuit. watch tick; now I can hear one ten Sa..nrr. Oil .Iee. It Is recalled that formerly loosen on (torn, 110 III.., her eauk...,................ l.m/ RI"" i>orib : :::::::::.:::::::::::',,:.:.tta.IRauwhite ::W ''i
"Several times we have boon told. northern bred cattle shipped south ran (/ |""r aack..., ... .............. I..SA Coauogreenerlb.. ...... .............011 .Itt
feet away. K T England & Son, leading Poultry, Fruit nnd Garden: "that Hrari.perhelie .. . ...... .... .. .... 1.00' ll.A'I..JlO'III""I' .......,. to.UK.OAK I
says n* high as r>0 and sometimes 80 ]
FOSTER merchants of Barhamville, Ky., per Fn.dMeal ..""...'. ...... .. l.tHl Tea, grlegreen or blui'k 1'.rlb......., ... ...... .M '
OTEPHEN E.
write : Irs Hancock, who was in the sassafras oil would rid a poultry house cent. It will ba seen that the discoveryof Wheat. Kooil quiiilt'y.'i.. .. ..... .,I.40tolno firmloredsapngporlb. .... .... ... .... .
of after of all varieties of lice/ and with very this preventive treatment means (..1'.11I..1, h, Iht.I'tlr 100 Ibi.. .. .. .. .... Ile Jelly, aiilli 1.1".. ..... ...... ...... ... ... I.IK
ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW, last stages consumption! using little labor In Its Procureone Hay, jier 100 ll>* ,. .. ........... ,.l1I! Knap, HMIe' .. ......... ...... ... ... ...... t.1\O ,
the Young Magic Cure, is now able to application. thousands, of dollars\ to )producers of I'LOUR.GIUTSAND hlIL L MfaI"'h.Iert .... ...... .... .. l.M
Rooms 420 and 433: Gardner Building attend church and visit friends." Mr ounce of the oil for the season's( pure bred John Driscole a ship carpenter on work. At night mix one-fourth of the Texas trade market. Dreeder'r Nn.tl'atoutPlongpory4barrel, ... .. .. V./'MIJrltt l"' iuon ( 'Muk",., per III.,...... ........ .tai
as a
.JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ; barrel.! ..... .. ............. .. .. .. II.." .. PeHohni.' per ilori..,.. .... ... ... ...... l.W f
Myrtle avenue, Jacksonville, Fla., says amount with three /gallons of water Mnjtette.ItrANTED: Meal, per per barrel .... .. ............ ...... II.M/ O. F.Halt,1MKI.||b ha ra....... ........... too p pI
he had asthma worse than any living and. by using an old whisk broom Toniatoea, it-lit., 'periloS............ .. .. .... .DO
8AHCEL T. RllAVLUB GORDON R. Bat oMa. tried all kinds of asthma MKAT8 AND PROVISIONS.IlentHqulra'aIlacion aish+hopergro........ .... ............ .*.
man ; cures sprinkle It thoroughly over every part HKVFRAt: PERSONS FOR PISV peril............ ... .(11)( 1.'tato..i'I'r.aoll.,....... .... .... ... .... t.'M: 1 )
OBAYLOR & BROQlUE.ATTORNEYSAT.LAW., but found\ the Young Magic Cure the of tbe house and which are In \ trlot office Manauere h. thin state to rw'I"| Hhoulilnra pur Ib I ...,. ..........07W to .(.11I SeeiPotatau, pnriauk.. .....,.....t.111 to 8.001 "
best. Mrs John Menzies, wife of Mr coops resent me in their own ',,surrounding llami,per 111.I, ......... ...............1:. to .1:1: OnlnnR per barrel... ................ ...... 8.:11I:
John Menzies, a large merchant on fected. Repent the work at Intervalsof ecnntle Willing to pay yearly S'HKI, payable We also handle Vegotulilm and Trmluoe, for our ouatoiuvra, and tlnxe \KoaiU are bringing/ here
three or four days several times la weekly. Peelralila employment with iitiimuiilopportunltlea. (
Jacksonville Fla.1 fn day aa iuliowm 1 I
street ,
Bay says References, exohanicml. Kii loiieeiraililrniii We for
Will practice In all the Courts of the her son had rheumatism so bad that order to catch the young as quickly as ..il stamped' envoUiiio. I D, A. Park TomatoesIuroialut.IttOp2.00. are, paying Ih tn-ilay.... ... .. '
"..... .. ...... ...I7!) tuPittgoapplos" :iM Flint Illilm, pur ... .,.. 14 to .IS
State. Office In Law Exchange. the bones of his ankles almost worked they hatch out. 811<1. It Is pnld. no further 3W Caxton Hut'UIng OhlcaRO. ". .. ........ ....... .4.WI/ tO IN.IHIil.wto3.7fl' Ho"nll"IOIt!,lsiu, l'nrib..,.,... .... ....OdU t..OII
; out. lie went to Hot Springs Ark. trouble will follow during that 4 raiiKO*, brlichte ... .... .... ...:.. .... lliwdwax, per Ib... ... ..... .. ... ..,...V4 to .:'Jlt
JACKSONVILLE FLA. ". rus...'..... ... .............1...'") to 3.45 Tallow imrllif- ...... ... ...ViH to oa
\ which did him no good\, but was made n n son. It linn also been ,,"11.1. Hint a Free to the Ruptured. Turkey alive' ]l''rlb.............. ..1:1: to 13 Alligator Mltlna.T fevt ullup. .. .... ... 1.04 ,
well, after using the Young Magic few drops of the oil mixed In the sect IlII..I''dtla: .. ...... .. .. ...... .. .,MI to .:.91.Mto. .. >. 3 trfl r..etanUu|. ... ....16 to .ml
ALLEN which made him a new man. lleua,each. ...... .. ......... .... .....1 i ('.smSkims, naoli.. ..... ..... .. .,.. ... 9eto.tiSpringeraeah .. t"
GEORGE W. Cure, In food will drive all lire from tbe chickens ...... .. ... ... .. ....IIItt..HtI: Otter .. ..., ... ........tlOtt.1.UO '
I can show hundred of cases )) W. S. Rice the 'Vell lalown
l r. -
,
fed.
hundreds of no We would plnimeil to anil you your groceries and grain hay your hlilo. and handle your I
ATTORNEY-AT.LAW, Jacksonville, Fla., and Authority sends n trial of his vegetablusantiproduce l ,
cures from Seattle! Wash.,to New Mexico MOTIMMONS & FITCH
KEY WEST FLORIDA. The Young Magic Cure Co. Is There Is no Defer medicine for the babies Fanioiiit Itemedy' Free. III, 17, to and 2S South Oonun Street JAlHttU.VVlLLX.- ; JTLA, I

hacked .by $50,0: () ( KI.) and will donate to than Chnmberlln's Cough Remedy.
Will practice In tile United States Its pleasant taste and prompt and effectual
Florida
charitable institution of Can Now Cure Tliemiwtlveaiit
I any Anyons ; Home
and State Courts. OjunflS cures make I U favorite with
five hundred dollars, if any resident WI limit I'ulii. Danger Operatl"norst
physician or specialist of the State of mothers and small children. It quickly ]four'. Loea of 1 line from Work. pLANT
cures their coughs and colds preventing
O. FRIES C. E. Florida show more cures of con- SXSTEM.i;
1 can pneumonia other serious ounsequences. To the thousands upon thousands of niptnreilpeople :
catarrh asthma rlieumntlstn / ,
sumption who ere torturing' themiwlvt's with tniHii i
It also and has been
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land and paralysis. cures croup ..R and In momuii'iiry ilnnxer of ileath fromecrangulntlitii.
second treatment used In tens of thousands of cases with Dr. W. N. Hive, 710 Main Strum, -
1. and sub-divided. Mild treatment ; failure far have Adam N. Y., will urn d free to all a trial of his
out
surveyed a singular so as we
legally:\ $3.00; fourth treatment, $3.00.: fainoiin method that bun saved 10 mssyIlvee I amima The Trunk Line from Florida to all points NORTH, EAST:: SOUTH and WEST.Three .
Mapping neatly done. Estimates for by been able to lenrn. It not only cures .le HO many men women sod. ""1 .Iren well
Sold only Car I.lnos to Emit, Charleston' And Atlantic Coast Line.
thraiifch Sleeping
but when the ,
croup, given as soon as and strong permanently cured of old amid'
all kinds of engineering works. DIsputed HENRY; R. THOMAS, croupy cough appears will prevent the illftti'ulc nip|"11'0.. l>o not lie hack wanl. about Three through Sleeping; Cur Linus to the East via Savannah: and Southern Itnllway
lines a specialty. Corner Adams and Madison( ::Streets attack. In oases of whooping cough It wrltinRfora free trial. It will cult you. nothing Two through( MleepliiK Car Linen to the West via MontKuniery and L. &: N. R. Jt.
.
J uckllon vi lie. Fin./ ami will eiml'te you to see how ...11, you eau.
Car Lines to the Vent vU and Southern '
Four through Jemij
sleeping
Brevard Co. FLORIDA. llqoeflesthe tough mucus, making it easier cure youmelf In a very ihort. time without.toningn ( Railway.
TITUSVILLB:, to expectorate and Jensens the severity hour from,, work. Or, nil,. U determined. thutevery One through SIII"plne'Lt/ Line to tho West via Montgomery and At. A. Ohio R. R.

The Largest and Most Complete and frequency of the paroxysms of Buffering truth man that. .rupture, womuu can shall he mired know., and thnwonilerlul One through Sleeping Car Line to the West via Huviiunuh: and Southern: Railway ''

D'H. UOUGII TON'S Establishment South. coughing thus depriving that disease of he therefore Keuerouidy MUIIIH. | prepaid.. by mall, FORMING THE mEAT THROUGH CAR LINE.

all dangerous consequences for, ( sale his free methodabtiolntely trial I :) of |i. Write free to-ilny, and without you i:: ltl lull make: an a Tho New York and f 4'lorldIl8peolal+ and The New York und Florida. Limited l .

FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTSon GEO S. HACKER & SON by all Druggists and medicine dealers. you cannot afford 1 to mine thlt tree and geiierouaolTor. Solid vestibule train, stuain heat, electric llUtodwltli| olmorvatlon, compartment, 1

____ dining and library can running aolld between ot. Augustine and J Jomey City f\\i
the (Dentos) News and Notes.Among' Mr. O. NllsonnfanRa, Minn., hail two very are operated over tho Plant System.: For Information write,
vegetables: which the depart bail inrotal rmitnron, both: of which: he oared
Now AT PALM EACII. r has Imported I and errnannttv l .at bin. honie without, aufTerlnir, any H.,C. McFadden Ilvl lon PfiHHeiiKerAuotit.; '
rII ment of agriculture iialii orlwhgandtlnu, : from work. II i* used the 1:18: Wo l liny !Mt., Astor Block JuokHunvllle Fla.
; : ,
of great merit are two species rainoiia Rice inetbfHl and aayeof It I "Tlila wonderrul -
pronounces honiflonre li.. ) Savannah: Gn.
proven to be to (hat eould B W WrenntPaesungur'TralIioManager
FREE' of asparagus new to America one be il ,lre. lama fully.. cured of two had. wriititlrupturae I

from Algeria tbe other from Naples. ,ami am very grateful : lit. Ries:I for _._ .
.rented 'I. -- --
fnII having l eunn a find" I hope all
CONSULTATIONwith Brazilian, duck a recent dell- "
The
people who are ruptured will line It B"nd your
clous addition to tbe menu of the epi inline and addrene to Ur.'W. H. Mine, Ito )Main(
our home treatment. We are II Ht.,Adam, Jt. Y., and .he will gladly.ond you a
be "wood duck differing .
Is said to n
cures. free riot with In4tructlone "a* ur how you
physiclaua, and you get the benefitof much from tile popularly raised pan quickly suit eaully' cure yonaitelf at home.Write \ .1b.
experience. No matter what for market It tohiy.. Don't wait If you begin now Ida, f
our Pekta. To be a success ynu will ,.cured sound. a dollar before spring 1
your trouble Is, how simple or how I must be fed and fattened, with the work beglnr.WANTED.

hopeless, we can do( you( good and scrupulous care and nicety of the .

if we can't we will\ honestly tell you : French poultry growers. on finely: chopped SEVERAL: PERSONS FOR Uld-
tired sick MANUFACTURERS OF mixed I feed. specially: designed to ,. Munairor In thin mate t,. represent s
of
Thousands ,
so. weary In
me their own and aiirrotniilliiKcountlee. ,k'r
and liopelesn people have been entirely Doors, Sash, Blinds, give delicately flavored meat. Wllllnir to pay yearly" semi, iiayahla '
are now weekly iHnlralila employment with iinii>imlopiiortonltlen.
product
Over 20 Important
and permanently cured by Reference*exchanged.. JCnflimarelfaddreiiiHKl : i LI I
Moulding & Building Material.Office made from corn. Underf latest modern utanipeil' enyeloiw. H. A Park, ,
COMPOUND discoveries and methods not a particleof VM Caxton llulldlnn,Chloaao. '

& Warerooms, King opposite corn Is wasted There Is said to be Ihff

OXYGENWhy Cannon: Street.Charleston absolutely no refuse. -....II'J l eFZCI
Our Imports of wines currants, raisins ""
and Investigate -
take heart again C. f
dot S.
this great; principle. We have; and fresh grapes aggregate over _ p
$8,3.V,000 n year. : -5

thousands of testimonials.wonderful Send for Sash Weights Cord and "A liberal potato crop In sight" In JtejltfED6 _.-:=-

book on home( treatment, The American Agriculturist's verdict 1 -

cures to the sick etc., free. Hardware. though, the crop 1ms proved I disappointing : -.

In the northwest and l In parts of

DRS. STARKEY & PALEN, and Fancy Glas I New Ytrk and Ohio. .".'w' pyln rfopa. tattvuiiut they're The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one Inmate

1112 CHrard 'St., IMiila., Pa. Window I t Ii.h" nuil mttrr '*>. .>.... Fornj"Nver'wilere seventy years of age who has been in the Infirmary for three years,

Ot 17 feb 900 A SPECIALTY. -. tteaILauteditulea.rick a sufferer from Indigestion, and has been taking Ripans Tab-
Deafness Cannot be Cured to lftrrf. ....
-. -.-- -' CVUD le.m.d WI'b_ Hs.s.....cured$abl.D by local applications: as they cannot a' .......Annual free. Writ fur It. ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he Is ;

2OPSY many cbo".ci_ I.earIrnn.d t.Cis not reach'the diseased portion of the ear. + 0. M. PARRY A CO.. Detroit. Mich.tnirA'n'Er never without them. lIe Is willing that his name shoul i be used ina

VirginiaHomesYou ,T..omnntfI.I"4ITSDATA) .t..thi t'ftu.:f sit a'mpluma 100..1 treatmeafree.CM. remev'. and There that Is only Is by one constitutional way to cure Deafness remedies., __ testimonial, as it might be of use In persuading some other personto

H. M. GIIg5'a SONS flux K.AIlsota.Os Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition A trarelV try them. A second old gentleman, in the- same institution, J
-HnneBtroanor" woman to
of the EustAchian
of the Doing -
learn all about Virginia Lands BO YEARS Tube.) mucous When this tube gets \ for lance.with hinme 1 Inrroenet) aviary *",iiA,,,IUon nuiatltly IIOOmao.mteiiwnnee. eighty-four years of age, has had liver trouble for many years and

its resources products, mode of cultivation EXPERIENCE inflamed yon have a rumbling sound or nmit; enrlfme Nelf-wldrmiiMiil.. .t.'r..1 l envelope.. finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have tw. :
hearing and when it Is entirely MA:VAtiER,130 Caxtan building thlcap.ChoIce: I
prices etc., by reading the closed Imperfect Deafness the result, and unless nurses there,one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer i|

Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. the Inflammation can be taken out and } from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nerv.t
to the this tube restored to its normal condition
for 3 months subscription 1 Wines Liquors
Va.DPIU hearing will be destroyed forever; nine ( .a .usness. They take theTabules and find them so useful that they

Farmer Co., Emporia, cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, and Cigars. always have a package in their pockets. The matron also states
but Inflamed condition i. fl
which is nothing an
.ndWIL18luy dst bom with-aMts! TflAOE MARK. of tbe mucous surfaces.We Guaranteed Pure. that she Is forty-five years of age and at times suffers with indigestion

It ea out Mln Book) nf vytleulan *.- //II.Wf.'.'I COPYRIGHTS DESIGNS 4c. ..lIllflve One Ilnndred Dollars for i,t 1j Sold at reduced causing pain and paroxysms of beldams, and finds that the r
:iiI n JL 1.1Ff .. C.k.trh sod Ins any cue of Deafness (caused by catarrh) price
.. dtwrtPtinn: :
CO.ee. II"e ;
tt. M Wtthlit" A"on" .. cured Hall's Catarrh Tabules indeed and is perfectly willing to have her
be good
$ 104 '" "..I.'Y' :"IC. I lul MR,ly a .eu.hls'mh omntrp.tInI that cannot by I Imported are very

\ '; ;' I't: :;p5'. dd.""' r. Ir.ndb ntun P-ta.u.. Cure. Semi for circulars, free. Tak 7 Wine, name used in a testimonial.: .
',..... "bleat.hancfur wcunne y.tP.h F. J. CHENEY &: CO., Toledo, 0.7Sold .
Marriage Paper.P(1D"hThonaaniSl aunt nu uaen tlrousa Nunn .II to wnn.pored from Italy. .... _.... __... A- -- ... -
wlehretci'.....In tins ;:: by Druggists, TicHall' .........-.._. ..
I
wo. '. of ad...rtl.er. to .aleo*. nnei W. Family PilU are the best. .. .. --- ..{. --==r ...:=C:;

;t'4;.r. &from ton rormal Wllllloh1 and patrona.erwnal.totrodee 100 word CdnIC nm rltal1. John B. Togni, .:.M:4: C't..:.Ir ae. ;:MINw... L,11 ,

-, ad free;to\lUll.... eampie' eopy Ohio.*** A "..nd..m.ly III".' rtl arnW' 'An'.C'I'.'''... .".t's < -Jlonert man or woman to travel Metropolitan Saloon, 123 East Bay Se.. - -. .. ---
..... Tol.do. WANTED .
CUL AMERICAN l 1II&Ii n.wMrahtlNN 1- banM salary fOI6 monthly and

'cat Qi Alt" 1 .1. tIIAMPLlionptetlotlO eauufrreutNew.papeet'mrtt'n ( '-.t'!;,{, !\ '&?.IIY'b".1.Co, 381B'o"lwtri null New Yorkbra.cb G. I ,enrlrweeelf.ddte.ud.tsm. _.3;*>Culon with looreM building.position Chicago.eoreloOe.MANAUEB. permanent JACKSONVILLE. ..... n.talL.-, FLORIDA.W1&"I..I. Tbe ADVOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing.

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obi
". wet upon r.wl"t of ,me for '" t ? 4Jlace. r BLo
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1f ..... INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. h GUN POWDER-AND POLITICS. Indian River Real Estate Agency

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The assaslnatlon of William &
WKKLV: JOURNAL DEVOTED TO TUB DavEDPUNT 4 recent 1J 4"IN&
Or' TnB IH01A &IVBK, LAKBWOUTH Goebel, of Kentucky, was a TITUSYILLE: FLA.YOU .
k'' AKD BIHOAYKB BAVSBOTIOnS. most atrocious and serious affair. ItO" ,

Aside from the fact that human POWDIER

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY life was taken, and that relatives PURE would do well If you have property to sell and want It advertised in this

and friends are bereaved, there is paper, free of cost to you, and put In the hands of live men, to write at once to
CMAKLKS'H. WALTON, Editor & Proprietor the American Makes the food delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public.
confronting more
.. a problem Drr Many sales will probably be made this winter by thin". Agency. Why notyours.
l JMuoontlnuance of advts. mart be made peraaoally people too potent to be lightly ItOYAt DAM1MI POWDPft CO.,sew< VOBK .
*'this office or by writing. brushed aside and too significantto PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to 1000.
be dismissed with a depricatory ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to 20.dO per acre.

I Check,etc.,may be made payable to CIIABLKS frown or smile. TITUSVILLE TOWN COUNCIL. EAST COAST CHAUTAUQUA. Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of Eau
B. WALTON publisher and proprietor "How will Kentucky's tragedy Gallic; fir t.-claRs for oranges, pineapples and vegetables Price $1,000.
ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 miles south of Titnavllle. Will pay $1,000 this
f .A.4dre. all communication to affect future politics? This is the The members of the above Board held The Fourth Annual Session of this year and $2,000 next. Price, $7,000.
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, question that doubtless has revertedto their regular meetingr on Tuesday evening Chautauqua will be held at Melbourne HAMMOCK LANDS, near Tltusvllle, from $5 to $25 per acre.
1' \ TITU VILX JLOHIPA.IT. more than a million minds within :, when the following members were, from the 2nd to the 4th of March. The One hundred abd sixty acres, lake front, 2+ miles west of Titusville, good for
--- --- -. the week. A dangerous present: J. H. Walker, J, M. Dixon and: full program will be ready in a few days" pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $550.00. '
; -- past F. A. Lesley; also M. S. Jones, jr., col. but enough Is known to warrant the
t S. Department of Agriculture example has been set, and if the lector and marshal. statement that no such opportunity was

Weather Bureau-Jupiter, I'I.! ,. murderer is not detected and pun The minutes of the last meeting were./ ever before offered the people of the East
ished for his crime, no public man's read and approved; also the minutes of Const. It presents advantages in the Jas. :B.: Sours;
:.' life will. In the future be safe from the special meeting\ were read and ap way of musical and scientific Instruction ,
statement ,
The following ia a comparative proved. The report of the Street: Committee and entertainment fully up to the stand-
of temperature and rainfall for the the assassin's bullet. If Booth and was road and accepted. Messrs.J. ard of the great Northern Chautauquas
"
i : week ending Tuesday, Feb. 0, 1000. Giteau had not met the fate they M. Dixon: : and .1. K. Walker presentedtheir The program is in charge of Dr. W. L :E3ay: ; G-ral.n.: : Feed, .::F' <::>"t1r,

-1900- -18 9- justly deserved our presidents and report, which was accepted, and Davidson, who was for years the Super.
I MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. GRITS MEAL AND COTTON SEED MEAL. NEW GARDEN
I I DATE.Jan. other political chieftains since then committee discharged. intendent of Instruction at DeFuniak assembly ,
.
.
and who is the of three "
31 00 51) 80 54on would have bad no immunity from The following resignation of Alderman manager SEED ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME. ,
Knox was read; prominent summer Chautauquas. A
P' Feb. the attacks of every disgruntled leading feature of these assemblies is the
i 41 74 "Titusville, Fla., Feb. 7, 1000. Mineral! Ash kills all kinds of Insects Harmless to man
1 1 154 partisan who had-some real or imaginary music, and In thin department of the. Agent for Gray ; or
2 0-2; 40 M 78 76 71 09 grievance to nurse. That ""To the Town Council: Melbourne meeting, Dr. Davidson has : beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotations.
70 "Gentlemen herewith
3 been fortunate. I
most It will be in chargeof
4' 74 07 78 04 the man who shot Governor Goebelis resignation/ as a member of the Boar Prof. ''II. K. Palmer, of New York, one Lowest cash prices.
t a 72 04 82 (00 being screened from public jua and especially as chairman of the Street of the best known and most successful
6 77 00 82 65 Committee and trust the name will be Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
1 tice is too obvious to admit of con musical conductors the country, and
Total rainfall for the week: 0.14 tradlction. In making this statement be accepted. Yours very truly author of the familiar hymn "Yield not -- -- -- --
from normal rainfall for the "W. R. Knox." will
Departure to Temptation. Prof. Palmer conduct -
week: minus .67 IncheS. Departurefrom there is no intention to im- The resignation of !Mr. W. H. Knox, as chorus class during the session CHAS. N. WELSHANS. !
normal rainfall since January 1, plicate Governor Taylor, for it is I a member of the Bonn!, was accepted.The which will\ be freoto everybody lie will

minus .52 inches. our candid opinion that he knew following bills were audited and! :lIMO give lectures on Bight: rending and
h AL. P. HABDIN, Observer. nothing of the plot against Mr. oidered paid: : other matters connected with the musical
Electric Light Co.,. . $00 84 art Mudiime' C. E. Bailey, who made a
Goebel ; but that others of less political M. S. Jones, Jr., 25 00 decided\ hit at the parent Chautauqua CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR, PLASTER. Inr I
,
THE anticipated rush of Americans importance knew of it, we do Chun. II. 0 00 last: Bum mer, and Is one of the great dramatic -

i1 to visit the Paris Exposition: not doubt. It matters not whether R. A. Bobhltr, . . 23 00 nopranos of the country will be in Agent for Cabot's Creosote Shingle I Stains,
ih is said to be so great; that It Is. estimated Democratic Governpr was politically E. L. JJiady & Bro ,. 12 53 attendance and will bo. heard frequently'
BnndLnmberCo., 179 The Contralto Male Quartette, of Ken I
that they will spend at ; it matters not whetherhe H. E. :Mln.s, jr.,. . 1 63 tucky, will be present for a week and Write for Samples and Prices. _
least $100,000,000 in Europe. It was attempting to enforce his Wither" Knox,. . 4 r 0 render delightful music. A well; traIned :
:.r if>' a lurge amount of money to spend claim as chief executive in an unlawful C. I D. Flood . 1 00 quartette of male voices never fails to Old 'Phone 8. jut 218 E Bay Street, I
Block .( 3 00 and the music Is most f I
pleiiiiH inspiilng.
abroad but we are under the Im way ; It matters not' whether
; A. . ,
Wln/otl'te/ 80 Other features of this department, together JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
that people who have !. ha had or had not obtained a legal M. K. Kn!: llMh,. . 1 00 : with dates of conceits, will be. J
money can spend it wherever they majority of votes, the principle is Board ot Tiiuie. . 4 50 found In the program. I
like. the same. Gun-powder and politics There being/ no further business; the Every lover of good music, who can .
should never be associated in an- meeting adjourned, to meet Thursday possibly do so, should arrange to /get the
evening, Fob. Slit, for the purpose of accepting benefit of the chorus class and the con MeMurray & Baker
archlstio fashion and who
THE St. Augustine News, in no one
bond of collector, and to attendto certs. Board can be secured at reasonable ,
't speaking of the great mid-winter violates a,well known principle of any other business that may come be- rates, or parties can be made up f obring
c ; carnival to be held in that city, law should be eecretecj" from public fore the Council.T. a tent and camp out, or live in the
41O, 412, 414, 4111, 418 Alain St Jacksonville Fla.
cabin of a boat and so reduce the expedite -
gives notice that Sir Joseph Porter, justice because of political pred-
of the but little
Chautauqua to
i the great English admiral, of Gilbert Judices. P. A. BALL AND BANQUET.Too more than the cost of \living at home. Headquarters for-
and Sullivan fame will be What has been done Is deplored .
v', t one ; The East Coast Chautauqua is a nonprofit
a of the distinguished visitors. lIe for the sufficient reason that it will association; the managers are putting Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles
; will arrive on Her :Majesty's\ ship, render the life of any man unsafe [ late for publication In last Issue.J a large amount of money into the ,
:Pinafore under command of who takes issue with others The ball and banquet given by the corning assembly, and they will\ be well
a Capt. upon
,
Travelers' Protective Association at the satiatled\ if it can be made to pay expenses nnd Sundries.
Cochran. Capt. Cochran will be some matter of state or national Windsor Hotel, Jacksonville, was. quite lils designed to furnish to the people -

accompanied by his accomplishedand Importance; and who has the tem. success' and was attended by nearly of this section, at home, what thousands "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on you wheelsat
beautiful daughter, while the erlty to boldly hold his position three bundled people; Elliots fine band of people travel hundreds of miles
admiral's party will consist of Miss against the attacks of his enemies. WAR engaged for the jooonttlon. About every summer to enjoy-a high grade: of short notice.IIAMMOND .
0:30: o'clock the dancers commenced to Intellectual and mimical entertainments.Other .
Ilebe Porter, the well known English Let the law decide all political /glide over the beautifully\ polished floorof features of the Chautauqua will

heiress, and other relatives. issues and regulate the wrongful the ball room to the strains of sweet be noticed in the ADVOCATE: next, week. \
UBO of gun-powder back to the music, and was kept> up until midnight; PACKING CO.

TUB plan of allowing carriers to semi-civilized ages from which it then line, each hoaHcd one by taking the a president partner, formedIn of the A Beautiful and,Valuable Home (Formerly The G. H. Hammond Co.)

register letter at houses and offices sprang. association, W. II. MOOK. and Mrs Wm. for Sale at a Bargain, OUR SPECIALTIES :
has been in fora great arris, of Cocoa; next behind them came -
vogue many
: Dr. and Mr'*. DIOol, of tho name place. At MIcco on Indian river, Fla., consisting "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
In but it
years England ; now wijl THE FIGHT AGAINST DISEASE.We After nmi'chtng' around the room all entered of lOt acres) a well built, two. "Coin Special" canned meats."Calumet" .
be put in operation in sixty citiesin I the biinqnetlng hall, and the merry story house, 7 rooms; a two-storyetore
the United States. If it Is found are in receipt of a pamphletsent party took their, seats. President, Mook building, 13x32ft.: handsome front lawn, hams and breakfast bacon.
,, to work well where introduced, the the State Board opened the banquet, with very neat ad- shaded by palm trees; a :UOO foot dock; "Calumet" leaf lard.
out by of dress, followed by Mayor Bowden' \ !Mr. 2.0 budded orange, tangerine and grapefruit
will be extended all
system over Health, in which the people of Flora Oeo. W. Wilson, editor of the Tlmes- trees; 150 sour trees, ready to bud- Homemade pure lard.
.the land at the earliest possible Ida are urged to take every precaution Union and Citizen\ :State's Attorney SOt) young nursery stock; artesian well; "Peerless" compound lard
time. It promises to be a convenience to prevent the spread of con. Hartrldue, Judge Cromwell Gibbons, L. 1,200( ( feet galvanized pipe distributed sausages
A. nsnUraut general 1 wood sued for and all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE FLA.
to the patrons of the mails, Shlpnvin passenger over place; acre pineapples ,
its agious diseases throughout the agent of the F'" C. & P., and Max Strauss, ; a few hundred Porto Rico pineapple .
as under operation they will not
I state. The warning is timely and the one whose efforts succeeded in getting plants; rallrnud station on west -- .
be compelled to visit postofflces" deserves the thoughtful considera- : up the affair.. After: popping the line of this place; tramway running to
: whenever they desire to register" ion of every resident in the state.It corks, and supplying the inner man with river front on the east. This place to be WILLIAM CLARKE SANITARY PLUMBER.
letters or packages. is that Florida-with the nil the good things/ of this life, and the appreciated must be seen. The very ....
true hand of the clock on the stroke of two, handsomest place on the river. The
exception of yellow.fever-has suf- all adjourned once more to the ball room land is of the best hammock. Orange
?i C. L. BKUMANN: a Boer, born in fared' comparatively little from where dancing/ was resumed'and' kept up trees nearly all in bearing now. Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing, Sheet !

Pretoria, and now a student at the malignant diseases ; still it behooves until the stars quit blinking.) The Indian Apply to D. L. GAUI.DEST, Atty., Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs, Water C os- '

1 L Ohio State University, and who is us to be watchful and respect the Win River Jarvla section, Dr.was and lepreseuted Mis. DI But,by and Mrs.the Titusville, Fla. ate and_ Wash Stands. Copper vessels ol all kinds .and

taking a special course in electricaland old adage that "an ounce of pre ADVOCATK representatives, Mr. and !'tIts.J. Please write us whenever you fail" to descriptions re-tinned. I

mining engineering, expresses vention is worth a pound of cure." O. W"Hon. receive the ADVOCATE.

bin opinion of the British-Boer war Small pox: need not be dreaded in !j
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1' as follows : "While naturally my any community where everybody Forsyth St., Jacksonville, Florida.j

i sympathies are with the Boers, I has been successfully vaccinated,

1? realize that victory for them will and yellow fever can be kept out E. H. ARMSTRONG .
,
t mean only additional obstacles to of the stute indefinitely if due caution J lr 'r 1

the country's development and en- is exercised. The sanitary 1 Eye lit Specialist, THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
lightenment. Let the Boers win
condition of cur towns is a matter
; 't and the country will be more than of utmost Importance,'and if static- and WATCH JOBBER to the public.

j( ever isolated. To-day foreignershave Ics were given, it would not be a S :' ;,8) I will sell! the high grade Elgin and Waltbam Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
no voice in the conduct of the matter of surprise !if we found that n ) Watches In the Best Made 20-year Gold Filled\ ,
government; then they will be even four.' fifths of our sickness was v( }" i Cases, $8.88 to $12.45. Solid Gold High Grader .'!-

more suppressed. Let the English caused from lack of saniation. Fountain Pens, 080 each.,} 'e. '
a
proper
An illustrated catalogue mailed free. Special Vitrified Brick.
and Sidewalk
7 triumph and the country's natural inducements and discounts to agents./ Paving .....

resources will be developed. If We should always keep in remembrance Office r 135 W Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

t, they are defeated the Transvaalwill that the health of a Offices foot of ITogan Street, Jacksonville, CTorlda. Telephqne No. 202.
be no place for foreign enter community !is its best advertise. -

prise. Under such conditions, so ment. The facilities for making X: D. GIBBENS J. MUNNERLYN: General Manager.

far as the Transvaal is concerned, money may be ever so good, but if -.------ ---
my efforts at education would be a place bas a reputation for being

lost." unhealthy, there are few who will MEAL .0. L. KEENE.
HAY GRAIN FLOUR GRITS BRAN COTTON SEEDMeal ..
risk their health and lives for the ..

WHEN the Boers declared war sake of a little gain.It .

they seized and strongly fortifiedaU gives us pleasure to add that Middlings, etc. etc. Dress Goods Trimmings Millinery Notions

1 the mountains along the Trans. for general health, the East Coastof ,

vaal and Natal borders ere the Florida is without a parallel, Depository for Cumberland Mills Flonr, Grits and Meal Laces, Gloves, Umbrellas, Art Good's, hosiery, Corsets.

British troops could reach Africa. and if proper steps "are taken to

( S The the Boers immense and advantage this gave prevent the introduction of diseasewe Agent for the Celebrated CANOPY patent flour. Prompt attention paid to all orders.This .
Free Staters wan the have but little to fear from

I cause of some reverses to the Brit sickness of any kind.A Get my Price List. To Dealers only. Is one of the oldest and most reliable houses -Jacksonville.. All the latest
l ish ; but in spite of this, there is Patterns and
;, one dominant tone that runs T1. T"" BSEN'S! :: !| Style.
Beautiful AVlnter Home ,
i, through the press throughout the 101 West Bay Street, corner of Laura, JACKSONVILLE' FLA.
Office and Warehouses the Viaduct.
British Empire ; and there is a grim For sale very cheap, on east; aide of near
It determination to retrieve the disasters ilobe Hound::! Indian River; opposite JACKSONVILLE! FLORIDA. -- --------- -
and clear the Boers tore, poetoflceandexpress office; about .
and Free 15 acres, Sun ft. river and Atlantic oceanfront -- Ei JEWELED.
f Staters-with their expert foreign ; seven rooms, bath and screened) ESTABLISHED 1815.Wm. WATCHES CLOCKS
(, artillerists-out of their mountain verandah." Ground irrigated by windmill ,

# t fastnesses and trenches in South anti large tank. Good wharf and warehouse .A. :ZBOTTIEeS: :: &:, CO.
( Africa no matter what the ; also 4-room bathhouse on ocean Diamonds
cost. beach, $mile from residence. Cocoanuts .. ..Jewelry ,
,ta t }p Never in the .history of England'was and ornamental plants. Apply for illustrated GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS ,

Il there a more unanimous call booklet, price etc., to Souvenir, Wedding lungs and Presents,

for the rigid prosecution of war. CHAS. R. SEIuaANVsox 10' S, d Waltham Watches, etc.
i Throughout the British :331 Jackson Building, a East; Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
Empire
t comes offers of many thousands of Nashville, Tenn.NOTICE. handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock: of Hay FIRE( WATCH ud JEWELRI REPAIRIJG

I j troops to help the mother countryto .-Genuloe Coca Cola can be Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright and StLVtRYtARE
dark at wholesale. State for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
fight under the Union Jack obtained at the fountain of Jno. K. agents A. SPECIAL TY.
of ..
Star' Brand FerUllmr-Guaranteed 'D. I..Drugs tree and
Vegetable TcrtlllMr.Tar Oroand
Great Britain. Walker, Titusville. V. II. Crusselle, Bon,Nitrate Soda. MarlaM of Fouah gulphat Potash Kalnlt, eta Tb M lenuIrr* nave no Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid oneway. R. J. RILES,
agent Coca Cola Co., Atlanta, Ga. superior la\h.market,and a trial will OOGyl_. Bend tor Catalogue free. i'tJ
225 W. Bay St., .cxaoirvn.u,


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INDIAN( RIVER ADVOCATE FEBRUARY 9, 1900. 5

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lo Same Brand Eau Gallie. CORRESPONDENCE: : 1NVITKIK: STENCIL Ft'UNISIIEI

pFER TILIZER.S.Use
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Sheriff Brown made us a flying visit, McCOMB & CO.

You Have Monday. I

,
Mrs. Wm. Treutler is about again after our Pineapple Brand if you want to meet

her_recent severe Illness.

i Miss Hattie Near is expected from with success. .,- O OO "'" hits: ;ton; S1; N'O'"QVYol1J: .. \ .
." I
Known so long. I. New York this week, on a visit to her I

father Alex Near. ..Make u Specialty of... .

i The steamer Spartan took a party to

Tropic, Sund.iy evening to ,attend the GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: : 1

imner'sf(4X"' Horn-Campbell nuptials Ammonia.. ............ ..... .. ........... ..........O"',}. ............ .. .... ............ 4 to B i>erciit.Available .
I Miss Julia Roberts returned to( her Phophorlo .Acid. ........... ...........t.....,............ .. ......,...... 6 to" T percent. .BEANS.
home at Cocoa Sunday, after a very Votuh K2: O........... ............ ...............*,................ ..... .........?. a to 9 per nt. .
.
pleasant visit with friends here. Price $30.00 PER TON. F. O. B. JACKSONVILLE,
'"
: The Banana River mall route Is again

advertised and bids will be received Favor us with a part of your shipments
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:
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the Eau Gallic post office until Feb. 10. .

Traveling Agent Cox, of the Southern dealers in We'won't ask you to continue If others beat us.
Largest fertilizing material in
Express Company, was In town a day or

two last week, looking after shippers In- ---. .. .. -.. -- .. -


Butter.Tibbals. terests.Vegetable drummers are in this vicinIty the State.. .
Photo CoIEfi.Mliiiit.ii
in great force just now. The bean Supply
crop this winter promises to beat all ... '

records. .

r The infant child of Mrs. Houston All Correspondence cheerfully answered. .
George ...1' eiLtei : Ivoclulc: co.
is very low with meningitis Dr.
Uebard Is doing all he can for the little
sufferer. E3T Write for Special Pamphlet. only house In Florida devoting Its time to the

deacon B. F. Brown held services I(ODASIThe
Ind.iy afternoon In St. Paul's Eple.hutch. N. W. McIntosh is located here as -/AMATEUR.

during night operator the continuance t>f the F. E.of C.the Railway present LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. OUR SPECIALTY-evelol and Printing..

|E. E. Peabody left for St. Augus- schedule. ,
t Give us a trial. No trouble to answer questions
t Monday where she will spend
|me a* the guest pf Mr. and Mrs. James .1. Traynor who has been a :Taokson 7illo., :Florid: : (,_ 51 King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
guest at Hotel Granada! some! few days -
J 'eabody.J _. .. .. ___ .._ _--_
ler :Satlll' t J C. Andrews and two dan h- r
aO. friends there.
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS T J Cockiituitt coizUtratlon officer 1041
Melbourne. Fort Ii
; here last Friday fur I'uTfri Beach, Pierce.
bhe joins her hiiKband, and will\ The steamer St. Sebastian was crowded A A Stewart acon.lIItl'"t. . . 13 (M) '
PROCEEDINGS.TITUHVII.LK '. making annual as: oo
everal weeks sharing the with passengers on her south trip, report
| Ul'ilSt gayeties Monday evening. Clerk Mitchell is teal summer weather now, J M Sanders, holding Inquest 8! 00
season hustling at RuckTudge. OOODE onuUE.-Rcmt\ Estate and, !"'AnM. K 11 Covur conn'I Costa at Inquest 1 soW
A for Atiut, Lomlnii and amiGlohe
i, tod Mrs. Howard Sutton of Lan- gent,anil Inifwrlal File Inmirance.Liverpool Special\ Fishing continues very good. February it, 11)00.) E Booth juror Inquest . '70

Ohio, after, spending several days A number vegetable drummers char- attention pall to the Interests tit lion reMI-ldonta. Wo notice Hoard Thou Dnmro. . '70
quite a few In The cif Commissioners
County
loyal Polocinna Palm Beach, re- tered the steamer Kathleen, Monday for town strangers Wum'l Chllds . . 7t>
Monday to this place, where a trip to the Narrows In the interest of lately. mot pit 1I'"u"nt to Hiljomnment. J Present: J 1 K Sppiirmun .'. '70
itu
ill spend) some time as the guests their commission business. SubHCilpilonw. the ADVOCATE, Severn! people In town havu bad colds; J. It. Wnlkcr, chnliman; J, Mendel .1.I AU'
and, Mrs._ IIar1'is.! Mrs. McNab and Mrs. Mcfntvre were the pink paper of the East Const, will be some so bad ns to be I'ellllll. \Houston Win. H Sharpe. and J. N. 1 A Paine . .. '70(
Waller A, AStew..t./ clerk J. P.
received at the Melbourne Po to lee. ; ; (
W T Hiitson witness . no
the reception committee nt the Fortnight Wallace IlnrMn
s Andrews, manager of Beulab returned to his post of Brow, nliprliT. The following business
|Ion has had a number of new em- Euchre club at their last meeting!:, and duty at Hobo Sou ml, \:,..week, was tranHHCted. ti> wit: The minute of 11 I.R VVIInon" & 'Son. m>d 1 prisoners J 1)5
made excellent hostesses. Joe Mills. arrived lllm'e taut Friday and inrM for Jail i 40
the three last meeting was road! and approved
during post two or Archdeacon Brown held divine service J P Itrown wRiting on board 4 00
is the guest (if his slst r, Mrs Kate
giving the place a thorough over. Hon. A. B. Turner formerly postmns- Truttr. > In the UaptiMt chinch last Monday evening The County Treasurer!

and putting things in "good, shape. ter of Grand Rapids l'Ilich. was a guest I to a full house. leport; of the) finances; of the County tt jailor . . . no 0(>

i always glad to ImpiovuuieuU at Hotel Granada a day or so this week, Capt. :Frank Powell took n Jolly) partyof and delivered the warrant paid by him It .. Janitor . . noo
an. making a slioit call on his Eau Gallie young people for a moonlight sail, last Those who were iicquiilnted with Percy during the month of January 1000, which Jlt'\Ctroell'tl1o\1l1eyal'd, 1200(
Smith, will bo t hoar of Ms exnmliiiMl und found correct attach!
<>
friend. Tuesday evening sorry death was ;
FasMett, wife and daughter, of' which I F L Ilriidy A lint nulMO for jnfl 80houdLumberCulurnborfurcourt
ocoiirittd In Cuba some time ago t,1! to his ropoit; was a cci-tlllcnto of tho
,, N. Y., are spending some time At Tropic, Sunday evening Miss Ida Mrs. S. F. Gibbs entertained the Literary Mr. Smith and family lived at White. Ciuthlor of the Indian River State Bank .

[ place visiting Mr. Fasaett's niece Campbell daughter of Postmaster. T. A. Club last Friday evening at her City dining Its drat onllniBl.iut.to sottlo- showing that. the balance as per his re. house yurdJ :aii t

{ertrnde England!: one of our most Campbell became Mrs. William Horn, home on New Haven avenue. mUD t l"ld was a jolly good\ hoartod 'man. port with the cimh presented us In the IMtrliariltK Son md"e for. jail. :2 40
J It Walker II. 5 11
Dent young ladles. Mr. Faasettlst Rev. S. T. Oove, performing the ceremony and Recounted for. J. .
James Powell of Waukegan/ arrived Capt. PittH. starts today for niifn. won correct iiidftu for olni'k's office 210
t> of fishing and is having much in the presence of a host of admiring Daytona N Waller nnil John Houston were -
friends and l relatives. Mr. and Mrs last week and we are sorry to learn that where lie will lecture; lie !lectures at hevrral > ftppiilnluil N Downey medicine for pauper. a nono
,
to l burn and destroy the oancollod -
Horn will continue to reside at he Is ill, but hope he will soon be well. places, or note on his return hip. I B Wllnon & boil /
Tropic
i, Waters one of our prominent and It Is needless to his friends warrants which' was dune and to toported
where the Is a prominent truck say many are He promises( lo give Ms famous "rlld rising residents informs the writer farmer. groom pleased to have him hero again.Mr. and sail" lecture ill thin place when ho to the lloivrd.Tho ; Pauper list . . 12400
of E. W Hall of the polls
e will offer special inducements to report
comes back. We wish him Bond Lumber Co coffin for 8 18
suooon pauper
and Mrs. II. II. Spencer, Mr and every
rty who will build a small hotel or paid In January wan received, approvedanil !
Mrs. George Stephens, !Mr.\ and Mrs R. while he Is away filed J J Prltchurd A: lIon: ..wet repairs C II 480
house tliis which will .
ng at place Rockledge.Mr. tt 0 t tt t* 000)
,very profitable investment. Mr. W. Goode enjoyed H pleasant mill, last 'Vhureport of D. L. Gauldrn. County

a owns the most desirable proper- Saturday, t..) Bayonne Plantation, the Itohhod the Gruvo. Judge for licenses collected 1 In January. UKNEHAf. ROAD FUND.70Frlesanptroadaundsurveying. 0700)

his place for a hotel aa it is near. and Mrs. A N. Clark, of Palnvllle beautiful family.home of Mrs. Amelia Valentineand A startling, incident of which Mr. John was rucvlvml Approved andIled.The 1. C I) Flood acct contract 3 die no I1000/ ( )

the railroad station,. and also fronts Ct., have arrived at their winter home Oliver of Philadelphia, was the subject, report (>f A. A Stewart, Clerk of C 11 Sanders extra road w'k :1KKHwInsoji 2300:

o beautiful Indian River, and Is here. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Conkllng and famIly narrated bv him as follows: "I was In the Court, showing, the hunting permits '' "a: 13 00)

nded by beautiful residences, pine :Miss Genevieve Barnes the charming have the sympathy of their many a moat dreadful condition. My skin was leaned, by him during/ January was received II H Wlllllam road work .' I 3 :2 00
; plantations and orange groves. Melbourne friends In the sad loss of their approved and ordered tiled Tlio ," .'
granddaughter\ of Mr. tind Mrs. II. P. almost yellow eyes sunken tongue/ conned / A L Hatch 3 a 00
ater river front and, fresh water :ShareR, arrived last Saturday to spend beloved little son, Arthur, who died at pain continually In back and sides, permits iiiHiied were as follows: 8. C. E K Swlnson extt'a" ;II 1800(

1 the rear; fish and game in abund- the remainder of the season at the New Till man, on Sunday night after an Illness no appetite-gradually, growing, weaker Graham. L 1>. Mitchell, W. ti.: White, C U Sander coot .' 3 (M 00
S. T, WeHtpott, T. N. Nelson and W. I).
Rockledge.Miss of several months. day by day. Three physicians had givenme Wallace. Time amount received for said E K Hwlnson acct contract T" 3 10 OC)
U II Sanders II 11 t I" :3 211" (1M)
Dora Breeze arrived at home Mr. and Mrs T. C. Nicholson arrived up. Fortunately a friend ndvlsud was t\lrno.llnto the county treas- '
[ERS will please note that Florida Wednesday after delightful on from Daytona, last week nnd are now trying/ 'T lect I'le Hitters;' and to my great permits, as receipt! of the Treasurer.The R J Lnltuachodraining pond *' 3 50)) ()t)
havlagspent a iiry per
ware Co.;Jacksonville, are selling six months visiting friends In Pennsylvania snugly Nettled In their new home on New joy and surptlse, the Hist bottle made H report of the County Treasurerfor John Houston. road work ". 4 2 011

ene oil heaters at cost.Georgiana.. I and New York. She Haven avenue. We extend a hearty welcome < was accompanied -
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use for three weeks and well GO HouMton baton lighter 4 11)MI( )
to this newly-wedded and am now a
couple and
by Mrs. J. S. and January' was received approved ordered -
Davlson
man. I know they saved and 8 F Glbba road w'k contract 4 801x( )
wish them of and my lIe. .
Mr. Frank Williams of Pa. many years happiness l Jllud.
Johnstown bliss. robbed the grave of another victim." W Frantz.. sect contract I IS 11111 OO
who will The bond of Cha N. Hatch for carrying
spend some time here as the No .t .. 6. "
should fall .14 81)5)04)SPECIAL )
one to try them. Only
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Breese n repenting rllle, was presented,
Tbe entertainment given by the Ladles 0ots.
guaranteed at 1>. R. Wilson A \oAO FUND l 1)\II'rIUC't\ NO. 2.
and IHRIIOI!
P. A. Black and her Guild last and approved<< a permit was
grandson
Monday afternoon Dr. Scofleid took Friday evening at Hotelliellnvue Son's Drug Store.
a to (him to carry a. Winchester rifle No. S J Norton flout contract no 18 100 OOHPKCIAL (
|have returned to their homo atus party consisting of the MlseesL'aine Miss was a very pleasant affair .
)14.170:: of llOenhbre. HOAI rUNt 1)\'rIU\" NO. A.
those from
Among Eau Gallle were Mr.
Luke Miss Williams and Miss Van De- J. E. M. Hodgson and daughter Miss The bond of J. E. Andrews as notary U .1' Colllu* road 1 11'01' k. . I'BO' 10)
|friends of Mrs Lena Owens sur man, for a dell.llbtfl1ll'lde In his naphtha Florence Dr. Booth and wife; Banyan. ptiUlio for the state at hugo, watt examIne W Frants . . 4'1' 8lK
Mrs Mo-
1 her on her birthday, with a party, launch the Niinnlo G. The Inevitable Nab Mrs. Alnsworth Capt. and, Mrs. G. l and approved.; : Giutscli acct contract no 33.: 15000OAMIt \
,
troll was of but the fish
2. course present,
ary, were shy and only two small trout were G. Gleason Mrs. Neiibltt and Mrs. llib- 10[. L. Vlvun Is domiciled for the win- In the matter! of public, road across WAIIDKW FUND
'
Wernlng shipped six crates of honked; Mia Williams being the successful bard. ter In the cottage owned by Den Illlllurd. the lands. of Samuel Child, on Merrltta A A Ford l game and Huh warden, 40 00 ;r1
Island It I III hereby referred to the Superintendent -
I
|last week which sold for $:!1. He
fisherman. Capt. Claude Boaujean took the following Boyce and Hopkins are doing well at of PuOlio )Road for adjust FINK' AND roavKrryiiu rUNfJ.
check for them
i Monday. J P Drown coinmlimlon on lines and
A few of the young gentlemen gave a party last Monday In the yacht, their vocation viz pounding on boats ment.
Bower and daughter, Harriet delightful; bowling party at the bowling Ida May, to Tropic and Eau Gallic: Mr. and hauling In fish.. On motion, the public road as now Htal.lUhed cost collc&ted. . 180 y

visiting Mr. and Mrs. White alloy of the Now Jtockledge hotel, last and Mrs. George Stephens, Mr. and Mrs. The cold of lad week did across Dr. Wm. Wlttfeld's land FIt/CDI1IIU pa11lON11I1I rUKlJ.
tver no damageto J P Brown fll&
40
ceding prisoner Jany
friends and II. H. Mrs. R. W. Goode the
Saturday Sunday. Spencer lw declared
l\fondayevenlnsr. Those present were: speak off, and few Loan tops singed In on Merrltt Island hereby a On motion the Hoard adjourned to
Misses Emma Fannln Jessie and Annie
Wernlng went over to Cocoa on Misses Annie McChesney, Grace Patterson the only sign of a cold. public rondo meet the first Tuesday Match ItlOO.\
Goode and Dr. Shuman All delighted ,
were Tile annual financial statement of the
after Dr. for consul- ,Genevieve Barnes, Daisy Hardee and .
Hughiett a
j, ------
with their visit to Mr. Merrill's Old man -- from Banyan was out for the
with Dr. Chambers in Mrs. J. W. Bessie Smith, and Messrs\ Gba Crelgh- Hoard for IJrevnrd county year
'a case, who U still sick ton, Horace Shares, Edmund Simmons and Col. C. L. Caapei's beautiful places Dovlnewards thin week and on return- IHUO, n* required by section JV7I, page Tlmt bhlntf HcuduclK
very Grotjan Ronald. and Marlon.!bomas. at Tropic, and also Mrs. Harbour's trim ing wan wrecked In the middle of a saw 272, of tbs ItevlHod 1 (Statutes of Florida Would quickly leave If lined
f Joseph R. Burchflel father of R. and beautiful place at Eau Gallle; then grass lake by the rear starboad propeller as approved by the (Clerk wall examined Dr. King' New Life Pills.you, Thousands you

rchflel, died January: 1000) ( ,' at'ne the visit to Hotel Granada where Dr. breaking; but Conductor Lock rigged/ a and appoved! by the Hoard. of sufferer' have their rrmfcliloHSinnilt
: proved
Kansas. lie Mims. and Mrs. Welles are always ready to pule a la slid and I all returned .
near Anthony en- spruce On motion, the boundaries of }:dun for Sick and I Nervous Hoadncae

lie winter nine years ago at this tertain guests and visitors In their most safely (homo. precinct Nap 10 I I. hereby, upon petition. They make pure blots and strong nerves -

nd preached quite a number of pleasant manner. changed, to rend as follows: and bull l health.
up poor Easy to
here during his stay Success to the ADVOCATE In 1000. Send the ADYOCATR an order for To begin at northwest corner of section -
Ended, Is the long and useful life of any take. Try them Money back If not
recent cold spell -did very little Friday morning the mercury droppedto Mrs. Mary M. Fee one of Melbourne'snoblest job) printing you need.) 30 towimhip 80 south, range' 41 cured Mold by U. !t. Wilson A Noti'

e. Some tomato and bean vines 3J 0 ; no damage (lone.F. of women, the widow of the late, -- ---- east, running east to Atlantic ocean, I Druggist

filled; a good many had the top II. Sackett spent several days at the Dr. William Fee, who passed away peace COMPLIMENTS thence southeast along the shore to ,
south Drevard thnnco '
last Friday' night at the home of boundary county DAVE YOUR DEALER order
; while a majority was not Haulover canal, last week, fishing. fully you one
t all. The orange: trees are puttingw heron, Addlson Fee. Mrs. Fee has boon Tu Tlta."lll., aiul The 'n.U..n"U".r Hotel went to southwest corner of township 37 of Avory'n hlgh-wb/ hand garden
growth: and are very full of Col. II. II. Harrison paid Tltusvllle a In very feeble health for several' years by a few ..lour Cotemporarlaa. south, range: 41 east; thence north to Plow from the Florida Hardware Co.,'
or blossoms. business trip Saturday and Sunday.F. but few thougbt the end so near; her beginning and that the voting' place be state agent/
family and relatives lave our heartfelt The last Issue of The Weekly News of moved from Eden, to' Jensen, apd! that
_ A. Straban had the misfortune to( sympathy. DeLand Fla., has the following to say I the name be published according to law NOTICU.:

DOORS AND BLINDS. Florida loose his beautiful horse'Friday with The golden bowl Is broken Attorney J. E. Alexander who has just Upon presentation of petitions It war

dware Co., Jacksonville. distemper. Loosed Is the silver cord, returned: from Tltusvllle where be has ordered that Sarah }Zs\(. Maunder and -

Several young people attended the In the grave she waits the glory; been before Judge Jones on some Im Charles C. Mast be allowed to catch one Glllardh" Notice of Application

pound party at little Tom Johnson's on Of the corning of the Lord; portant legal business Is loud In his manatee each for scientific purposes In Fur Hale of Heal Kntatc.:
Jupiter. ::Iaturdayevenlng. Who will judge her and reward her, praise of Tltusvllle and the people of accordance with chapter 4l0l4: of the
1 Christ was her all I In all? Brevard County, and especially of the law of Florida, and that. permit be ''I Issued -
Mr. Chas. Emmons and daughter; Miss She had her house In Indian River Hotel, that In run by Col.J. to them for that put po... Nnttee i is horcliy given< that T. w" O. Frank.an
:ht frost on the 30th, ult.; very little Ella, of New York city, are spending a nut order G. liast formerly of Pennsylvania On motion the boundaries of Ankonn n for Huiclil.ttMaitriiilftrr ml She was ready for the cull. Magruder, minors will on the Tenth |:injured. few weeks with their old friend Harry "I have' crossed the continent four time precinct No. 18 I la hereby upon petition, Murrli A. l I'. limn, make p|>llimtlon to llmiurI -

bl ue hsb have come and the Roberts. and have been In every state exceptMaine cliange l to real a* follow, : I U I). I.. Oaulilxn:I County:: Judge itl llravanlCiMinly
!gamey .
men are having lots of fun with J. B. Chamberlain has tented hit young FOR BEST RESULTS, use only nitro and. every territory except Alaska To begin at northwest corner of seer .,.1. tti.,following fliirl'ln. for J.Murl..t uthorltr teal to Knt mill st t.,f."ItI.c-, I

orange: grove with McFarland's freeze powder shells. If your dealer does not ," said :III'. Alexander "and In all tlon 3.% townnlilp 35 south ranged) ease, Inif tossldmluorsIylneaunt t | .wine in lrevKr4
_ proof tents. H. M. Goodall has tented carry them regularly stockjbave him my experience and travels l I never met and run east to Indian River; thenceoutheastorly County, riorliiit, to wit:
re Lorlllard and guest have been order a lot of the Florida Thirteen and thlrt ,in-on -hiinilre one hundred trees, as baa also W. Henry you sample but olin J. G liast.; He Is a prince along the river to the sires of land, hiratiul on th.north side nt a tnuifrut
_lag the week here aboard Mr. Lor- Maxwell; ex-Sheriff Bowman has his en- Hardware Co., Jacksonville. among men, and like our big pine tree., point where smith boundary of section lunil ounUtlnlnK tnrtr-ttia and two-thlnl

?s house boat, "Caiman." tire grove nnder canvass. Freeze or no he I is, all heart. If generous hospitalitywere v0! township JH south range 41 east, (tIIIi! )a<,!rtn, ruling. tlm noutb |iitrt of Lot two (2): ),
Hw-tion 17,17Tuwrnahlp' "", &I.. llunK 37
east,
> Wells and County Commissioner freeze we can grow oranges In north Bre- Roseland. u crime Colonel Bust would be strikes Indian River, thence west to I and having a width, of sight anil I hlrth-on...hrintlroth -
i Hushing are In from their /groves, vard. found guilty In the first degree by all range line between range 40 and 41, ((8 au-KKi)olialnn, reachlnx/ a" .- the whola
the Indian river. .- who stop at his famous hotel on the noted thence north to southeast corner of section iHlitml, from Indian Hirer to Hunana River and
i glades near
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;
huunilmlon the north by a a".1 lend of twelve
thence
and far- famod Indian River. 12: west to southwest cornerof
umber of launches and other pleas- A Thousand Tongue F. W. White spent Saturday In Micco.T. I The<< Jacksonville Metropolis of the section 12, thence north to northwest ((12)ouch: a 'rnn by,a ftolil line to rnnnlntr H.; 1C* li.Jaromet parallel i to and the on tbHieh the

_art have passed through: bound for Could not express the rapture of AnnieE. H. Drake went to Melbourne, Saturday 3rd. Inst. ,also chimes In with a good word corner of section 1, tbence west to northwest iHHiinlMry. nf said| ..J.ronii mail, at tll'.tofir. of
[Worth, during the past few days thus When to Tltnuvllle corner of section 2, thence north to eight' soil thlrty ln.b.ndrslth(5015.105)( chain
-
Springer, of 1125 Howard st., Phila- ; returning same day. I yon go you th.r.f roin; being (ha lunil set span| for Mlil intents -
n Grant and Henry Brooker are ex delphia, Pa.. where she found that Dr.Klnlt's I will' IItOr.at the Indian River' Hotel kept point of beginning, and that the same be l 1,7 oi>rnmU..li>n..r., to Dak. petition lietwuen -
Work the mill Is
ti have New Discovery for Consumption on saw still going on, br: J. G. Bast. You will find published. according to law. talii Infanu and LonlM M. r**>.....
back from Cuba, where they .
but the mill Is not running yet. Also thai traol of l land ilmcrlhed an follow i
for several' weeks on a prospecting has completely cured her |lof a backlog Tltusvllle a charming place,and Mr Beat On motion, the following bill. were Cvnmenolnir' :on the weal bank of Banana *lrr -
i with a party aboard the schoonerEdltor'a cough that for many years had made Mr. and Mrs. G. U. King spent several will give you the best of attention. He ordered paid: ,ilxty-ona oralnn and: eighteen link north of
D. life a burden. All other remedies and days here looking after their bees. numbers his friend by the thousand, COUNTY REVEJII'I1J-O/CJWEnAL: rUJUI. otitb ....,t'on line at the northeast. corner of lot
conveyed to 8. Ryder sot _
run south
lxtjr Ten
doctors could give me no help, but she L. C. Moore took party to see the and the more you see of' him the better W II Sharpe, county commUiTnert 3 f 00 I il"KreM west tea ebsio./ghtydour link aiunic,
says of this Royal Core-"it! soon removed you like him. John Houston 7 20 the line of eaiil Ryder to lonil. thence north
new Inlet, Tuesday. They went over In twenty-three anil a half ...
ilnirreee t '
w
Awful Plight. the la. chest and I can now elhty|
pain my his launch the Ercildoune. J N Waller" 19 40 chain and eighty link. thence north 141"l ty-eev-
M. Higgins, Editor Seneca, (ilL,) sleep soundly, sometime I can scarcely To The Deaf. M Goldsmith \prosocntl ng attorney 3933! en o>icren* seat, eleven chain and clxty-elvliC' '
was afflicted for year with Piles rrrnember doing before. I Ifeel like Elsctrie Light Co light. .030 link. to litmus River th nee outh OI.and.r'ne'

doctor or remedy helpod until he sounding It* praises throughout the Uni TItU8vlJle Laundry' A rich lady cured of her deafness and J O Fries compl) 00 map to date.? CO 00 the river seventeen to point township of eommenceujent.twentyoiith. All. ,In range eotlon -

;ucklen'* Arnica Salve. ZTe write verse So will every one who tries Dr. noise ID the head by Dr. Nicholson' J Mendel copj'g minutes for pub. ft Of) thlrty.even ...... In lb. County of Hrevard.
US wholly cured him. It's the King's New Dicovery' for any trouble of Mrs. Geo. Cook, of Tltusvllle, U now Artificial Ear Drums, gave 410,000 to his D L Oanlden salary county judge 25 (M) State of Florida, containing ten scr.. more or

Pile cure on earth and the best the Throat Chest or Lung Price boa prepared to do laundry work of every Institute so that deaf people unable to TTWetmorelce. .. . ... . 133 lent. ( .urn. ,... by C. U. Magruiler, County Surveyor.

i In the world. Core Guaranteed. and (100. Trial bottle free at B. R. description. All work: guaranteed. procure the Ear Drum may bare them T A Johnson wood for clreolt ct :3 00 W. n. FRISK

525 cent*. B. H. Wilson A Son's Wilson and Son' Drag Store; every' Lear your washing at G. JT. Duren's free. Address No. 1134, Tbe Institute, '. for office. :a GO Guardian fur Hnihlett

tut. bottle guaranteed. corner store opposite ADVOOATK office. 7W Eighth Avenue New York N., T. C 11 Walton 11 00 r,J. W..A.lorne'- Mairrnrter for and W thud U. Frlnk.. )t rnd.r.yfebtw




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I + TIME TABLE: NO. 24. IN EFFECT FEB. 1. 1000.
Potash. ftcaroltr" of Good Stallion*-Deilr- .
able Cronae* Between Draft Down. (Bead Up) NORTH
4 SOUTH BOUND (IKwMl ) BQUKp'Ho.W
Every blade of and Road Horace. L No.lI1 No.lI1 > No. Mo: US No.28 N..111 0, u28)! oOe O,
.. .a .A.*........A. A.. *. rrprzr; wally Dtt\I\ ) Daily Daily Dally D.uy STATIONS D.Hy Davy\D..u7 D..ur. ; DII.111 D..x. o.
9 try Mfla exMo eL aA eLi
Grass, every grain The owners of good stallions have no wr' y L 14G IyT bp 18IMkn TiiBii. 'T6 e L".J'kv1l1e..A.r pP TTiOp IUWp 7 ll! ;; I
this The 4v eF 8 41 I a'P 016p: 1 Wp 10 Ora 860a .tI.A'r'tweLv GlOp 6 try \\I Wp 61\Ua\ bI u. >Ii
F of Corn all Fruits complaint to tuake year, says i ........... ...... .... .. 1U6p1Uaa. 866aLv8.A'g'LlneAr;: 6Uap Sup 860p 64bu ,....
) National Stockman. Every good horse gCkSpH fAt .. ...... ...... .life. Reettng..Lv Ship '. .. ,
that has boon properly advertised bas ;+ :".."..:."..:.. ....... j& u ab 'g'8& Adl. Pals ka" II U, lI p -x'16p 9061 '"
t and Vegetablesmust ............ ...... ..11'''' 12 00..06a .r..PaJ.tk..Lv r .I'p '46I1UP:.! -. .. .. -- -
been Some .
liberally patronized. men CIwar ,........... ...... vI'I U8 L"..PI.tit .A.r 1110. j :.:.:..:.:..: ...:.:.:.:.: .
have it. If who were long headed enough to Invest ik ...... ..... ...... .. .. ...... T Op I lip ArhlaaMawuL. .. T2op ..... ....
r In the right kind of a horse a yearor I y0G ...,........ .... 8151 81baLv8.nMateoirjY 910p .. '
more ago have been able to pay a ..... loTHp T4fliUOfty P it lug This LdI.PaI..tka.brnp 544pla; 6V2a
is ..Ormond,,i.T 84Dp 486p TOlp 4 Ma481a :.
enough supplied UWl/
goodly proportion If not all of his cost it.g :::::: 11 WP 81i>p 1 Via. lit Wa ..Daytona. 88fip!! 42lp 061p I /5k.
out of this year' business. There has ...... .... j2Bp841p: 18iIt4 ...... .P.Oranga. "" 82fip 41Up ..... e i $ :
a.full 3 1124$17i N.Bmyrn* SUOp 4U4800p! > 'iWp'imp 4
you can count on .. 1306.1358a > 08a8'lfla Ii.
v crop- been and is yet a scarcity of good stal :::::: ..Oak H1U. >4Up .... 8 .
lions. to the location of .. .... SOSpUUp Tltunvll 1 Slop .
Inquiries as I
t ; L if too little, the growth will be i.j ..... .: .asp..... .81ti City Point" 140p. .. ... ...... g st.
have been and ,
good ones numerous ; l126p1248p. ...Coooa... lll&p 'j'sbp2lKp ...... ...... it &:
we know of several Instances of farmers i .. .... BlIp 10211 "Rookledie": J"l : ...... [ : 1
. scrubby r 410p "Pan&W". liBp141p 487p ..?.. :'
shipping or reading mares quite a Utlp liip M.lboul'l1e.. iiuup US"p ...... .8llli t
distance to secure the service of a I ; ... 6 cap ...... .Rowland. 11 Mlu ...... ...... ....... .It..
Send for our booki telling all about competition elfmtllinra .Bebmttwi. ...... ... p t
good stallion. The stallion keeper, gin..6! I .... BIWp! ..." : 1152a ? ..... :: f.
9 bal adapted for mil crop. They cot you .... B67p ... .80. Luole. ll00a r.o: I,
present and prospective Is much encouraged 00p IIOTp .lOp".F Pieroe," IOSrlr17'16p'806p19/2a( : n.
nothing.. .... 6111.1p ...... ..T bbl 8.. ". lODOa ....,. .... .. ..... !.
and Is reasonable anticipate .
It to ..
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q' GERMAN KALI Nuaau SL N.w Yo*. .... 611." ... Eden.* 102fla ...... ir
""" "WORKS,93_ '_h ___ ... a big demand for good ones the ... .61J11p...... ...JeDHan.. 1021lOlla ...... ...... ...... i.1 '.
i coming winter and spring. ImportersCHAMPION Tri-Weekly Sailings ..... ..... ..... ...... .' ...Stuart.: ....... .. ......
? M .. .. T17p ..... H..Bound. 0 na ..... .. ......
Free and >s! .".." ':.,:. .::..: 780]> .....: 'upIter" 111lI"....... .........
Accepted Masons. t a"1jlo; e .. ... ...... ...... ... ... W.P. B'oh" St .. 10 BOa. 10MI' 9'iii l
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. : ... .... 1 40a eoKp 824p Olp.A.rP.B'chlDn"! 8 4./.U. ) l&a J9* P :aag ;
j .. .... 645a614n SlOp Stop:\ J 5 Hip LivB. P'oiuna"' 8 4Ca 10 2U6Ca lfPW 461' 1//
E 1S'i
A :: .. ... A 5a: Slop:'! Stjflp904p 62Up W. P. B'obAr' S2Ua 0 U4tit > iuan>
Calling at Charleston, both ways) .M : ...i.. ... ...... ... .Boynton.LT 7 BOa ............. W5Kp i f
.. .. .. 6221.. .. ... 0141'. .Dulrny. 74 t Indian No. 00TitiiHvllle +. the ..ia !t ... .. 66Ua7U7 ... .....lUUlp104ip.. ".,. .F.L'da.e. 611Ka. .,......... Slop IJlOP
River I t 1 The Finest Steamships in Coastwise Service e'e3l I....... .. 1411I1110n..'. .... ID./MmKKM104Ua...710t..Ar" Lem Miami.. City. "'' 817a......IOH....nnn.. 8 8U7p Him a''I.

'!',alas u.o nUl mop* Htaiioim wane time mJMew u... ...uw...
Lodge. r4jrFlorida.. n The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. b.tw..n Smyrna and Orange Between.
Hold Its m fttlnK" the second and fourth Fri. Direct (service Between City Junction. Tit Tllle and Sanford
day of enuli mOil tit. a* tho Indian,. River hotel,
TltiiHVllln'' at 7a:( ) o'clock o. STATIONS.., No.n BTATIONS.: II(
: : rs"iaKur.; Providence and all Eastern Points
A. A.Htownrt. Wor.bl, ,; Jacksonville, Boston, 4 Up 11 Uuu LT. .New bznyrna.: :-ArlO4p 1127p178Op: "i"OO OUaLv........... TitiiHVllla......... ri.
II. It. Wllnon Bonlnr Warilnn.J. 4 Blip/ .Lake H"J..n..Lv sum 71U. ............Mtm .......,......; 1 I'
s + It,., Wnlkor,Junior' Warden.' ,? ,.... >. ? "; .. (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) 07p 126p\ .Orange! City.. 242pl/ BMp 811t11. u ........O.tem......,,.... .. 11'12p
A+ .1.1 (Cnrriithorn Senior \)eoeon.F. ; ...y---. 1 BBu Ar.Oranf8J''Jct.! Sauy 860a\ .........EnterpriHBtfmitAr .......... 11:
r A. I..oMle", Junior Ixiiioon.I. "-; ; : : !SEM-! WEEKLY SAILINGS I .... .;....Bftpford.! ......... ,
M. IHxon 'I'r'"MIII<''. Southbound................... .... Lewis Wharf Boston All truiun butwotm New binyruK and Orange 11
i F. A. Morgan Secretary. RACK Y' LLIOX AT THB: ILLINOIS Northbound......... ......... .... .... from loot of Hogan Street JacksonvilleClyde's City; Junction dally. All trains between Tltunvllle and< 5anICI'
; A. )'rooolll.r. Tyler STATIC FAIR. r daily except Sunday.Theite .
y F. s. Chiiireu I IC. Between JaokVlll and Pablo Beach. '
II. Walton I I Steward" who are getting ready for this trade St. Johns River Line. I Time Tables show the tlmea ab .IL'
show good business Judgment. Stal 0,16 STATIONS! : No.Id train"and boats maybe expected arrive
depart from the several stations and pur.
lions needed and BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. IIUlIoo Lv..So. Jeckeonviae.Ar 605p but their arrival or departure at the
are good ones are going lit
SNW .... .. .
Ar.Pablo B ah Lv B18p
stated is not guarantee nor doe the
to be profitable for all concerned- ( Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. OK
Jacksonville,ralatka, ,Sanford Enterprise: All. between bon: Jacksonville wad Pablo pany hold itself responsible for any delay
Fast the: Importer the buyer and the man o STEAMER Botch dully except //Im1ll..y.. any consequences arJHJng therefrom.
who the service fee. "
pays DeBAinf.
'PJtKI>'K
;
Resides raising horses for market, CAPT. W. A. SHAW. Florida East Coast Steamship Co,(

says the Michigan Farmer, It might be Leave Jacksonville 8:30: p.m., Bundays Tuesdays and Thursdays (|
SiceWOlDen wise for breeders to consider the right Leave Sanford 0:iOO a.m., Enterprise 9!30 a.. in., Mondays Wednesdays and FrlUays. PROPOSED SAILINGS I I

t kind of horse to raise for the farmer. nIAMI-tlA v ANA LINE .
[
Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
There are hundreds of thousands of Leave Miami Sundays and Wednendays..................v...............................11:30J*I
horses used on the farms of this country W. H. WARBURTOW, T. P. A. IRONMONGER,Ja, Jl'1..l'aslI.AItt'L( Arrive Havana Mondays; and Thursdays.................................................. 8uOt'
a and this number must' be renewed B Bowling Green New York j :2W West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. Leave Havana Tuesdays and Fridays............ ........................................11::00 it
C. P.LOVKLL A 8C.Fla. Supt. I I JOHN L. HO WARD, auueriuumOiint.-. Arrive Miami Wednesdays and Batnrdnys: ..,.....,....... ..... .. .... ...... .. .... COOtt: ,
In part every year. The farmer Is really Jacksonville, Fla. I Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville, Fla.
I the greatest factor In the horse mar THEO. O. KOKK: T. M.. B Bowling Green, Mew York. MIAHI-KEY WEST LINE, j

ket today and a little consideration of WM. P CLYI>K A CO.,General Agents, Leave Miami Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays.........................................11:D0fi,<
Ch ni bro<>Kh Building, 19 State St.. New York IK Ho.! Uelaw.roAve.PJdladelphbsOcean ..... ... ... .. .. ...... .
that his needs Is In the old. Arrive KAy West Tuesdays Thursdays and tiaiurdays:! .. .. ....1J (teal
modlclno past t
; I' First-tho necesnary. Leave Key West Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.................................. SlWpi: ],
holds tho record for the wornout sore footed car bones have Arrive Miami Wedne...'laya; Fridays and Sundays: ......... .... .. ...... ............. ..... BWMJ I
gone to the farms and because of their
largest number of abao- cheap price many farmers bought Steamship: Co. HIAMI-NASSAU LINE, i;

luto Curos of tomato Ills them. But there are no more car horses Leave Miami Tue.day.. Wednesdays Fridays (Standard ".".....e),.. ...... SlWjl:
\ Arrive Kasxau. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Baturdnys ..... ................. .
Is E. Plnkham's to pick up cheap, and farmers are looking Savannali Line" Leave NaHWku. Tunsdays Thursdays and Saturdays! (Nassau. a.uiei.).................... 8OO"a: i
Lydia for good serviceable horses peculiarly Arrive_ Miami Wednesdays Fridays and Bundays.. .. . ... ....... ........ ..... i r
1 Vogotablo Compound. I adapted to- their work.Su'nth Tlie above are pro ,sod tutuiiiKx uui lug February and Maroh. '
Fast Fielglit and Luxurious Passenger/ Route from After April lit' I lu 0e will be two mililnits! per week
,! la not the Bole. requisite In
Second-Mrs. PInkham \ Fur cony of 'KN-III ttmu cant eau a..J.$ 'I'oe..t&y btr.et, ack or ad show her letter a farm horse. The true farmer's horse .Florida to New York Boston and the East. J. P. BBOKWITH. Truliio Manager: oJ."J"A: : A. G.P.ir '
: can by r Ht AnffnHtlnR
r Is one equally serviceable In dragging .
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It '' files In Lynn that a enll- the plow and trotting to market with '

lion women have boon a light wagon. The farm horse should

restored to health by her bus be a cross between the draft and ne
Pond horso determination b
( Couragp,
modlclno and advice.
and quickness In taking hold of loads(

I Third-All letters Mrs. ore very Important qualities In this 5outhern.Railwayh

PInkham aro received, kind of horse. An animal weighing ;!
,10O pounds with those good qualities
read and
opened an- voften\\ be more serviceable than the

swored by women only. team that weighs hundred of pounds

This fact Is certified to by 11I01'''. A quick steady walker Is very DIRECT LINE-QUICK TInE

tho mayor and postmaster sHontlal. Did you ever stop to com- -TO-
pate (how many days' work you could
of Lynn and others of
nve In plowing a field with a quick( WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
Mrs. Plnkham's own city. borne? The animal
walking that gets 4I"cLrt
Wrlto for free book containing over the ground rapfdly saves time and NEW YORK, CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, ATLANTA -

thoso certificates.Ij money to the owner. A slow, ,walkers BIRMINGHAM. MEMPHIS. CHATTA
poorer for farm work than a slow : B..nl.1.: ..Pn.r1: 5oa.

Every ailing woman Is trotter, and the time lost thereby Is SHORT RAIL HIDE TO SAVANNAH.Thence NOOGA, ST. LOUIS. KANSAS CITY

1 Invltod to wrlto to Mrs. much greater and all Points East and Well
PInkham and got her ad- Farm horses should have good lung via Ship sailing from Savannah. ,

j I vlco free of charge. ot power the. and old good Idea feet that and sore logs footed In spite cur 4 Ships each week 4 NO OTHER LINE .AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS

Lydia B. Piukham Met Co., Lynn, Mass.4j torses'would do for the farm. It Is 1
e The New York and Florida
Express,
-I__ ---- oollsh to think thnt sore feet are not
f Chicago Hoy. a very great disadvantage. The horse TO N"E"VV': : YOFt13:: ." Via Savannah and Charlotte,N-CJ

This White Plymouth Rock cock must have a soft yielding purchase 2-SEXXPS: A '"VV'EJEJX: : to ::EJOSTON"2All The New York and Florida Limited,

Chicago Boy 1 Is owned by U. H. Flshel III the soil and sore feet will reduce Via Savannah end Charlotte,H.'
hIlt ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing\ / schedules. The
pulling Inherited United States Fast Mall
powers considerably.
III Wilts for penern.llntormatlont: sailing/ schedules, stateroom reservations, or can on ,
sore feet are worse than thoseequlred. ft<
Via Savannah and Charlotte
E. II. IIINTON1 WAI/TKU HAWKINS,
then for no amount of cure will TrafHo Manager, Oen'l At.( Traffic Department The Cincinnati and Florida Limited,
I I Ii' cure them. The Morgan horses :Savannah:! Ga. 2.1 W. nay St.. Jacksonville, Fla. via ."..11
+ possess the qualities that are desirable ___
for good farm teams but there are
Through Vestibuled Trains Pullman Car
-- Drawing-RoomSieeping
I vif others that answer the purpose very
'
i Ii i well. The farmer who attempts to Florida Central and Through CoachesElegant Dining Cars.

also colts for bin use should be careful -
to select good breeding horses that BETTER TIME AND BETTER SERVICE THAN EVER BEFORE!

will produce progeny of a desirable c' ,

nature: Very often the farmer can Through Pullman Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and Clnoln

\\k1'j also his own borers! better than someprofessioual Peninsular Railroad. nati O., :Via Aihevllle N. C., and Knoxville, Through:
breeder unless the latter
"THE
LAND OF THE SKY."
gives; special attention to the needs of

the farmer.Practical. Unexcelled service from Florida:"_ all points Through Train via Southern Railway are now Operated oonneotio'1*

the Plant System from Jacksonville.

Thought. North 'East and West.Two
The fait U with us. For Rater Schedttles and Information call on or ftddren
Early molters pay post. '
Keep: the youngsters growing. A..OIRABDEAU. T. P. A., orV., T. OOSBY, T. P. A.,

Geese fatten readily and pay well. Trains dally between Tampa Jacksonville, Savannah and Columbia, carrying RANDALL J"a CLIFTON We t ,Bay Diitrlot Street Passenger JackionTllle Agent, Tla Savannah 0..

Stuffing Is only good for dead fowls. Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping curs, connecting at Columbia With sleepers for 3. M. GULP W. A. TURK. S. H. HARDWI!
Prevention Is much easier than cure. I Trame Manager Gen. .. Ai'
Pau. r.
.ER.-.r AlII.... A. Gel& ,
? The glory of the old hen may now be WaMhlnlfton. u. c, W..h1njfron. u. 0. .411..110

.-i ,.- ast. Washington Baltimore Phila. and New York.Also --
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of Hope. In.l. The bird was exhibited Try to discover why your hens do not .

nt the last Chicago show and was In)'. with Cinclnnattl Sleeper via Aahevllle.S MALLORY
STEAMSHIP LINE.
awarded the second 1 prize. The picture The poultry business Is no "monkey"busIness.

M reproduced from Reliable Poultry .
Journal. Dreams In poultry generally end In \ Florida New York.

1 nIghtmares. "Dixie Flyer" f Philadelphia and Bostor
A llniidkrrchlpf. Trick Ample room keeps fowls healthy ,t.4 '. From Brnn.wlckdlrecttoNewYork.PASSENOEJI) .

To perform a simple trick you will with the least trouble. Through Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louis via i '
I J need a round stick about 12 or 18 Don't wait for the snow. Prepare. fort l# SERVICE.

Inches louut. Invert a uotxlle In one end while you can Lake City Macon; Atlanta Chattanooga and Nashville.Making To make connection. with teamen, leave JMk.*..
of It. so that about three-iu.irters of Vermin have much to do with the dls- on Thursday at.:25 p. m.,or Fernandina at 6:00 p. a"

the pointed end projects. Hold the eased conditions of poultry. : connections for Kansas City, Chicago and all points the Northwest. (Cumberland Route). Supper en route. Pas eng! ,!r real *
f stick upright and throw a handkerchief Women and poultry make an excel. at Brunswick go directly aboard iteamer.
a'' ou to It so that the center alights lent combination even In the kitchen.
on the uppermost end where. the!' needle Poultry In confinement must be fed Through sleeping car service between Jacksonville and New Orleansvia PROPOSED SAILINGS

y y't' Is. When the stick la twirled rapidly Iffercntly from poultry having free River Junction and Fensacola. Lv.New York,Pier 21 E.R.,8oop:) m., Standard Time.) !.".Rta

between the palms of the hand the nngc. Friday; P80J .... .... .... .. ...... ... COLORADO ..,....... ........ .. FrlilaT.+ *
7 handkerchief< will stand out as If It It la not *o much the question as to Full Information on application to any agent of this company. Frlluyj. ?. i": ................ .............. ...... .RI.(.() 01>tA .nE... .. ..::::.";........ .. ...?r'ly',' '' .,

l .l were a piece of card. and. as the which U the best breed a. It Is which A. O. McDoncll L. A. Friday, 10.:.".:......... ......".!-.'..' SiisluB.v..v.v.[ : ;.'..'.'.'.". .';:.'.;.'rrluy.For .
Sliipmnn
needle does not show, you can pretend you can breed the best. ,
,I '; that the handkerchief adheres owing It U rightly said that the best place 21 1 general information teamen,train.,rater, etc.,apply to

ti to the uiaguvtlsu) of the stick for a poultry farm Is within driving General I Pass. Agt. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. BASIL! C ILL, Agent, 220 W.Bay 8t.JackW"

distance of a Urge cityFeather.IMlrrryw.Aw.ruMaA2 H. H.RAYMOND,General Southern Agent Brunswick:,Oa.
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
C.H.MALLORY A Co.,General AgenU,Pier M, &.River,and 385 Broadway>Y.i .


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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 9, 1900. 7 ,
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TITUSVJ LLE. JACKSONVILLE. JtOCKLKDGtt.roCKLEDQE ,
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1" TITUSVILLE Duval Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ; FLA., NOW OPEN
'i/i"/ """i'. .'. 'I ,
lyf-; ,. :..'''-1'.... '. .
.,;:' ,',, :I I' ., oJ': .;,' ,. INDIAN RIVER, .. 'j I
.' '" ," f"' located. and
,I.o 0. ,- ,, Opposite postoffice. Centrally Thoroughly repaired re ,
rr .
FLORIDA.
'. ""' novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted .. 0" .
: .ir _
i '. )-..."!fr'. Rates. $2.50 per day and up,
M ; ..".-' .... .i$tt.. J. G. BAST Proprietor. B. W. SPERRY Proprietor I
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d ST. AUGUSTINE.
: The hotel fronts on the .
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wide sweep of bay(7( miles .
f S y In width), formed by the HOTEL MAGNOLIA NOW OPEN A ,' L1 ell q ,

Indian River, making H a ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
delightful summer re
'I sort. Constant cool $12OOO expended on improvements new furnishings last
breezes from the sea and and! $ S.4)() this seiiHon. hydraulic Elevator, lint and void i
bay. Flowing sulphur "Water llntlis on each Moor; also. Private It nth* added to several Tsa gatrr
spilngs. Special summer' suites and llcntlli;: AfrnJiifjeinenta are among the Improvements
rUtes. making thin popular IIOIIHO one of tho most comfortable and well
equipped llCtelllln the South. Write for booklet.

JACKSONVILLE. PALMER MAcDOWELL, Proprietors k


NOW OPEN.J .
The BUCKINGHAM

JACKSONVILLE FLA. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
ST. JAMES ,
... ..
Season 18iMI)00.! Now Open. Opposite the Hotel Alcazar and Alameda. Wide verandas picturesquelawns. ............-- -.::......:.

She St..Tame e needs no introduction to visitors to Florida. From( a small be. Home-like and comfortable. Rates moderate. This tine hotel In tho orange growing unction< of the East Count .U. the largest
tinning In 180!), the St. James has Increased In size and added to. Ita appoint- GEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor. hotel OH Indian River It hits over!)00) rooms, baths, harbor shop, billiard and poot
jients with increased popularity of the tourists travel to Florida. : room, electric lights/ elevator, and alltnodorn Improvements, Cuisine excellent
The location Is unsurpassed, being on the highest in Jacksonville
clng the St. James Park. checked ground A first-dims. orchestra Do not full to stop oft at Rookledge,one of the beauty spotsof -
Baggage:: to all points.
Ita music, as in the past seasons, will be furnished by Prof. Ed. Treaty's The St. George... ST. AVGUSTINB, FLA.F. Indian River. S. l'ROSKE1'roprletor..
chestra and will be of the high !grade.: This house RK in the past, Is under r
o management of J. U. Campbell, and everything will be done for the court left 8. TYLER, Proprietor. II. S. GHKKJ, Manager. '
and pleasure of guests. Address by mail or telegraph, l WHITE'S COT FACE, l'
J. R. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla. yaw Corner of the I'hut111I.1! St. George" Street., In the .
f ;T c4 .. very venter of the city. Strictly liiet-elusx In every Burton Avenue, Rookledgtt, o'I.'I'III\:

ft oTL respect hates; &:2.50 per day and upwards. Turms: $Lb0 per dJ) : $7.0(; to 10.00 per week.

nso1I HOTEL... Special weekly and party rates J. J. W1UTK, Proprietor.I'01t'P '

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The New Hotel PIKUCK, FLA.
Algonquin
1-i ) .

? J ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. FORT PIERCE HOTEL FORT PI1CRCE, FLA.
:' Indian River Near Inlet. ,
ua put J st ...FRONTING ON THE PLAZA. ,
Spot tumuli's Paradise on tho East Const, Tho Uncut Fishing And Hunt. '
: : r f r j Under New and Liberal, Management. i
U C t Most Centrally Located. Special: ) attention Inj{. Accommodation, ,first class: Near Ralli'ond and Steamer:\ landing.
1 v } to'Punrld. and) Commercial, travel. Northern cooking/ and management.'
l 4 Grand view of Bay and, Ocean from Verandiui. I,. H. NKAL, Manager,
W The leading Hotel. Open the ;
Also Glen Cove Hotel Oiuot Mass.ui, .
,
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year round. Metes:j to '::1.1\0 per day.F. (
w. .
C. HAYDEN, Manager. -
Last Two Yours Manager Ocean View Hotel. ix.: ,
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OPPOSITE CITY PARK,. -
&.TES, $2.50 and upward. DODGE & CULLENS. PLAZA. HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
The Netherby EDEN, Un.lndian, -RI", .

This hotel U now :open for ROOMS ONLY. It Is centrally located, near ,
ritt's I'oRtofflcfl. Hank and Cathedral./ One of the loveliest local Ions on he( fiver All modern. Improvements.. .
Hotel Rathbun OLD CAIU.KTON..... ,Rooms, 60cts to 1.00 per day; $1.50 to $0.00 per week.V. Hot and' cull baths. Sulphur I Spring Excellent dilnklng water.
New D. SANCHEZ, Manager. Plenty of fruit and Ice Irish! Oysters mid fresh vegetables, In abund '
nnoe. Northern cooking House handsomely flit taished with all the
St.. Georgn Street. comforts a home 1 Boats Trains ..tUI'Rt !Huxlon stntlou on the ,

Market and Bay Streets, fronting/ Johns River. American plan. HOTEL ABBEY, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. plantation.! Pineapple-- dl tllct. Mrs.' M. A. CURTIS. Managers

Family hotel steam heat. OPEN YEAR RQUND. Cafe and Grill
; This delightfully located botel, near the City Gates, overlookingold : ,JI:NSI':N.
rooms attached Florida trade especially catered for. Rates from Fort Marlon and the bay, now open for the season, undo the

.$2.00 to *t. per day. Special rates by the week or month' ............ management of P. M Snares/ of the Everett House, Saratoga
JENSEN FLORIDA.BUEVARD .
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!DALTON in charge of office. C. A. MERRITT, Lessee. Springs, N. Y. For rates and other particulars apply to Al Fresco Hotel

________._________ __ ___ _. .__ ____h_.____ ___.__ l>. M. SUAKEX] St. Augustine Fin .COUNTY,
The Everett House, Saratoga, Springs! N. Y., will be open June 1, 1000.0. .

THE MOST POPULAR OFJACKSONVILLE'S ________.__ ---.- ----- -. .----.--- ---- -__...__ __ _. _____ J. L. JENSEN, Proprietor

HOTELS. MAGNOLIA SPltINOS, FLA. S New House; best accommodation. on the East Coast; table flrst-nlass and
every convenience and' comfort. Hot and cold baths. ; modern Improvements.
American Plan. 2.00 to $3.00 per day. In the center of tho famous Pineapple Section, ; clone to the Inlet; Fish and
Hotel MAGNOLIA SPRINGS) FLA. Oy.tel'aln abundance. Terms imidorato.I .
iCiDIE Magnolia Springs
Table unsurpassed. Rooms and Beds best (St Johns River) >on't Fall to Stop| at .Teuton When Visiting Indian Itlver.NHPTUNK .

3 In the City Bus meets all trains Twenty-eight miles south of Jacksonville by the Jacksonville, Tampa Key .. __ ___ .__ __ ._. __.. ... .. ._ .. .. ___ ._ ... n" .. .___ ___ __
West Railway and liver atea nJUI'I. Open Ires In all rooms.. Steam beat.
Free tickets on, street cars to within one block Elevator. Pare spring water. No mosquitoes 'Vell.keptulf course. :, FLA.

of Hotel.CHAS. TennU, Shooting\ Fishing, boating, Drives, Swimming: pool. $4.00 per day. .
Special' weekly rates. ,). D hEAVEY I: Manager .NEPTUNE, .
COUCH, Resident Manager. NEPTUNE HOUSE FLA.West
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SEADRFIzE.; Pleasantly located nt confluence of Laxahatchle and Indian River One mile
\ West Bay and Cedar Streets, from Jupiter, Inlet. Finest ilslv and sale water (n"hlnlln! vicinity. Postolllce,
STKORBLAND HOTEL. oJ Express nnd Telegraph( ofllpes 1X J yards from hnuHii. Terms! : #:2.M) per day.
i JACKSONVILLE, FLA. THE COLONNADES SEA BREEZE. FLA., Twenty minutes Bpcctnl rules to I parties! and bj the week. ;N. R. Vi'l'Z HUGH, Jr.'l'rop. .

by 'bus from DAYTONA Station. ..___.u ... ..-..W.- :::
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and -r-.
opened Electric Light, Steam heat, Private baths, Boating, Fishing, Surf '\VJ K'I' PALM IIHAOII.:
i this season, Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold water Bathing, Ocean pier and pavilion. Best bicycle roads In the Y

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf: 'or depot. All State. Buy tickets via F. E. C. R'y to Daytona. J

(street cars pass the door. Rooms Bflo, The and $1 a day. Rooms and i J. P. VIKING, Manager THE SEMINOLE WKST;: PALM BEACH, FLA.

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[:board $2.00 to 92.50: per day. PALATKA.

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Prop ietor. --. Under New Management. Open the Year Round. Excellence. of

GRAHAM HOTEL PALATKA, FLA. CubinG a specialty. Rates .:1.60 to *;:1.110< per day l'
Brick Hotel, Overlooking St. Johns River.
Hotel ROSELAND JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Rates $2.50 per day. Weekly and monthly rates. Convenient to nil 8EAOLK A WUIINHAM, Tfoprletor!

I boat landing and Railroad Depots. J. WATKINS LEE, Prop. ---- --- ... -- --. ... .. -.
Also Proprietor of the Old Sweet
W. Va.
Springs,
Under entire) new management. Newly furnished and renovated. Cool,
_. .. .. WEST: PALM BEACH, FLAA '.
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quiet, and comfortable. Electric lights and bells. Croquet, tennis and ----- The Palms

bowling alleys. Good fishing and boating. Special table'd'hote dinners DeLANJ). first-claae hotel, situated on beautiful Lake
served day at 0 m. We supply the table with fresh vegetables Worth, opposite It yul Polnolana. Electric'lights,
every p. eloctrlo bells baths etc. t'l,''.t.M and $::1 per dny. Special rates b* the week.
from our own garden; fresh eggs! and chickens from our.own poultry Arms DELAXD, FLORIDA.Is The Palms, Vest Pnlm. Beach, Fla.Tltusvllle '
t yard; good rich cream from our own cows. Pay us a visit. Within Hotel College ..- ..-
two blocks of the Ostrich Farm. rew 'phone 3J7. '
Itourillntf lIou"C"N.
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about one hundred miles south of Jacksonville Is of easy access to travelersby
[AND VIEW Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. the Plant System, being on the DeLaml Branch, five miles from Jtcresford. BOUKNIGHT'S BOARDING HOUSE 'l'LTUSVILLE( t FLA.
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It Is located on high, rolling pine land. There are orange groves and pleasant"
drives In the vicinity. There are some fifteen miles of shell roads about the Good, airy and comfortable rooms. Board and room, Ont Dollar""per day.
Nearest Hotel to Union Station; three blocks from new Post Office! and town,making It a paradise for riders. The sanitary arrangements are of the Special rates br week or month ",\: ,
Government Buildings; centrally located on Forsyth street between 'latest and most improved. The hotel 111 lighted by electricity and heated with n. JiOUKNIGHT, Proprietor.

Bridge and Clay streets, on high and spacious grounds. Very pleasant steam, while In every room Is an open fireplace. There has been an additionof . .
with baths -- -
seventy-live rooms private are single or en suite The cuisine
Parlor, Office and Dining Room, also large and airy sleeping apart- will be kept at a high standard. A first-class livery stable connected. The
ments, single or en suite, well and newly famished with Modern'Im milk and cream Is supplied by a private dairy of Jersey cows. Vegetables are
provements; Electric Bells Hot and Cold Water Baths, etc. Popular from the home farm. The water Is supplier from an Artesian well. Terms, If You Have Not
Prices. E, II. SANBORN, Proprietor. $3 per day and upward. Special tnfamilies.( For further Information address
C..W. RIPLEY, Manager, Hotel College Arms, DeLand, Fla.
Rlpley's Summer Resort The Slpploan, Marion Ma n,
JACKSONVILLE FLA. . .
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TEL OXFORD Found What You Want
Opposite St. James hotel nOCJLJ )}OJ':. ; .

Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and
homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at tbe Oxford a pleasant THE PLAZA HOTEL ROCKLEDGE FLA. For a Home, suppose you take a trip down and ]look at our
stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jack- Fruit and Garden Lands. along the

*nTlll9. This handsome new hotel, located on the bank of the beautiful Indian River, '
MRS. M. O. FINLEY. Propr.
In the heart of the 1ar-famecllodllm River orange region, Is now open for the East Coast I
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------- ---- ----- ---- reception of guests. A more delightful and attractive locality cannot be
Imagined than Rockledge, with Its beautiful walks, romantic scenery bearIng .
1TIC ARmND'SDEPOT orange groves, fine boating, fishing and huntln/, Rooms with private
bath. Rates (::!.lW per day and l upwards. Special weekly rate. Settlers are flocking la but mill there U room. It you are '
S. II. PECK, Manager
FORartholomay's looking this way, drop a line to r

NEW ROCKLEDGE HOTEL OX INDIAN RIVER JAS. E. INGRAHAM, 3rd VJc -I'rt"ldent,

Rochester Beer. Opened'December 16.: FLORIDA EAST COAST IC'Y,

.\ttractlonFull-bearlog orange grove, livery bicycling (ten miles river ST.
AUQUSTINE, FLA.
drive) bowling alley boats for fitting and ducking, free excursions on .. .. ..
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launch to point of Interest Rates $2.50:;; to *3 per day. Special weekly.

IUCIIANT8 LUNCH 12 to 2 P. J'[. 23: CENTS. Correspondence solicited. Remember the ADVOCATE does Job Printing.

130 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Florida. H. P. CHAISES A SOX, Proprietors.

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East Coast TouristsInterested SURPRISE LEDGE.PARTY AT ROCK- TAX ASSESSOR'S- NOTICE. ROBBINS & GRAHAM Carroll & Goldsmith, !


SOUTHERN In ART SOUVENIRS on.JKCTS and should the I datos vrlll be named at the for following the purpose places of assessing on- GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All Kinds I'I

i visit the Jewelry shops of the A correspondent writing{ us from the taxes for the year 1000:: ...La.""" ;:y ora... ,
above place, jesteriT.iy, says: The eventof Spruce Bluff Monday Feb 10Jenson Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited.i i
cenfa&gf: (% the past week was a surprise party "
Tuesday' 20 WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
*& given to Wins\ Myra G. Williams, on Fri- WavelaDd Wfldoesday III 21 = =_ : I

JACKSONVILLE, 1'ALM< \ BEACH, day night. In the event of your regular Eden Thurllday" 22 UNITED STATES COURTS. =
'1'. AUGUyTINE.'I correspondent not sending a report to Ankon Friday i .. 23 ;:
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the ADVOCATE, please allow an admirerof Ft Pierce 1\londay. III 2J! ;l le C !
the newsy pink paper to say something White City Tuesday' 27
''I .THR. ANHEUSER BUSCH,,, about It. On Friday night. Miss Fort Drum Thursday 'Mar 1 Abstracts of Title
.. Williams was quite taken by surprise Woodley Monday I IS (Successors to LOSLET, RENAKER A CO.) I
when a merry party-loaded with Jots of "
Brewing Asso's.Famous !good things-appeared at the residence. Sebastian Reams Tuesday Wednesday 7 6 Furnished to lands In Brevard and Dade .Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams Gins and Whiskies :
and Mrs II. S. Williams. <
of her parents, -Mr. Nlcco 'fbur day, S Counties. '
St.I/ml Keg and Itot. ( Among them were the follow Grant Friday 9 Bottled Beers, Ales aid Stout ;

tied Jtoor. log Mr.: and Mrs. Arthur Lapham, Misses Tillman Malabar Monday Tuesday; "" 113 12 A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard .and Pool TablesJ I

Bold by Menu. tsmloy A..: Motlow.Tltll"'III".II'I. Luke, Gertrude Breese, Bessie Smith Melbourne Wednesday:' '" 14 We have a large list ofIfcT Family and hotel trade It solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mallordors. '

By Mr. It. It. ]Motln'w,<' By Mr. W .f.rurkor, Cocoa and Eyer Grace Patterson, Daisy Hardee FI'iday. 16 I
Fort t-lerce, Fla. Cordelia and Ellen Paine, Ruth andMaude Tropic Banyan l\londay' :, 19 L .A :: 3D S

Hardee and Kails Vanhleman; Lotus Tuesday ', 20

f JOSEPH ZAPF Messrs. Crelghton, Simmons, Mitchell, Georjllana Wednesday 21 owned by ourselves and clients. Price INSURANCE. Protect Your FIRE

Minor Ronald, Thomas and Walton.! City Point Thursday 22 Property Against j
Sole Agent. During the evening there was vocal' Merritt Friday 23Ilaulover : for unimproved lands $3.00 to $100.00per -

and Instrumental music, recitations and Tuesday II 27 LX r:>:EJTJ.TD.TGan.d.:: a 'azoiv: cs.I : .
dancing; and to add to the pleasure of acre.
010 to 02i') West Bay Street, the guests, the Indian River hotel orchestra 1I11m WedDellday"II 21)Titusville 2S represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Life
l appealed on the scene at 10:30p.m. ( LaGrange Thursday Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of tbe City
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ., and played some line selection Friday ,80 Invest. Safe Deposit fc Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.
Cocoa Saturday" HI WE have a few Residence, Orange
until after midnight, when all very reluctantly Canaveral Tuesday 'Apl.nJ: For Rates, Information, ; etc., call m or address CIIAS. S. SCIIUYLER
concluded that It was time to Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable Titusville, FIn.
Blanks will be left at all tho
JOHNSON LAW COMPANY leave for their respective homes. postoffices -
The whole affair was delightful-to In the county for the purpose of location Price. Reasonable --

nothing of the superb music of the making returns. .
say
EDISON LALANDE, oichestra. At 11 o'clock we were tmber J. F: WOOTEN, INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY
Assessor.
ed Into and such a I
supper- supper j TITUSVILLE
rl t SAMPSON NO.2, There wel'e-salads, sandwiches, olives, ---- OFFICES .' J} and MIAMI, TITUSVILLE, FLA.Is .

and DRY BATTERIES, I pickles, nuts, candles, coffee, Ice-cream EAST COAST NEWS.The prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention
cake, etc; and, as a joke, one of the
FOR GAS 'ENGINE IGNITION. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing l Is my motto.T. .
gentlemen guests brought some pickled
United States Supreme Court has East Coast Meat Market t
.T. WETMORE Proprietor.
t pig's feet and tripe! During the supper entered a supplementary decree In the ,
I ., the orchestra. played, and It wasslrapl; naval prize money oases of the Spanish

grand. They also supplied the m\llIlc i schooner Lola and the smack Paqueta G. F, DUREN, Agent
dance-and how did the
for the we "tilp these
Habana. The court passed on
4R a::
light fantastic canes early In January, reversing the decisions -
,. voted had had delI C1:> 0v
Everybody they a of the Florida courts, and direct- Po2 Jus Deceived
hlful time; and Miss Wllll.im; face for the of -.
Ing to enter decrees payment
.,. fairly beamed with pleasure an she ,
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damages to the owners of the vessels. w:
mingled/ with her guests-rloing all she The present decree modifies theformer -c::> r
could to make their visit a pleasant one. psly
decree so as to require the'true Intent of Ly7d
She had not the slightest suspicion that the former opinion to direct the payment .....
she was going have a surprise party; In
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this is
of
only compensatory damages;
fact she did not know she was 10'OPU- horbltant demands. .
done to
prevent ex
lar. All had a delightful time. and we The United States Civil service commission A .A New Line of Stoves.

want to show our Appreciation by pub announces a special examinationat _'. CI- .
lishing something about It In the newsy March 7th for = CD
St. Augustine, Fla., on ,
"pInk paper of the East Const. the positions of clerk and carrier at thatostofllce. S'-I -t=3 I

> Application blanks and Information TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA .
BALL AT HOTEL RATHBUN. may be obtained from the 8OCre'aryof
the examining board at the post

Full line of Electrical JOHNSON Supplies LAW CO. The second ball of the season at the office In President St. Augustine.The has nominated. Mary M. George Peoples... SAS. ::EeIroa: : ': ::.. ..:ec: & SON.

83 A 111 W.Foreyth St. Jockiionvllle, Fla. Hotel Rathbun, Jacksonville was given Ilerf\ick, of Sea Breeze, for postmistressof
I Monday evening by the proprietor and that town.TITUSVILLE. Old Gibson .Tinsmitli
proprietress, Mr and Mrs. C. A. Merritt; build In*;, next .. 1 TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
TCI lOrowory4UO : door to Carruthr ---
before .
and
as proved quite a success.A .'
SOCIALCLUB.At barber ..bop.WaebingtonAve.
great number of Invitations were sent TITUSVILLE, FLA.
West Hay St Jacksonville, out to the flitti of the city and nearlyall .. . Chas. A. Gardner
FINE responded by their presence In the a meeting of the above Club, Tuesday I Tinsrnlthlng, Roofing, Gutteringand ,

ball room. night, it was decided to rent the I all kinds of repair work promptly FUNITURE. ,
Wines Liquors and Cigars. At 0i:: ( o'clock the merry dancers selected Opera house for another year. It was attended to.Work STOVES::

their partners and waltzing. commenced also decided. that a dance be given next from down the River solicited DRY. GOODS
to the excellent mimic produced week. MATTINGS.
Extra Palo
Anheuser-Busch on Draught. by Schubert's orchestra. Dancing) was The following officers were elected for THOMPSON'S GLOVE FITTING

Fine Cold Lunch Served Dally. kept up until 11 p m., when refreshments the ensuing year: President, Oeo. M. MAINHARD AND R & G CORSETS.
BROS.
The best of Service and a pleasant quiet were.announced and served. After partaking bobbins;vice-presidentChus. II. Walton; BUTTERICK PATTERNS!:,
se ort. JOHN F. MUNCH, Mgr of turkey: hum, tongue, sandwiches dance and music committee Messrs. W. WALL PAPER

cake coffee and Ice cream, danc E. Youngs, R. E. Mlms, jr.*and L. C. :KID GLOVES, .
ingwas resumed and kept up until a running; directors J. PiltcUurd and J. Cleaning and Dyeing SHOES, i
HOTELS, BOARDING HOUSESAND reasonable hour, when No. 10, the last Harper; secretary and treasurer, W S.:: TRUNKS,

waltz was plarell. followed by "Home, Branning. ,'
OTHERS Sweet home Tbental1[ wended their J E Establishment 12 Newnan St., Clothing . . e Titusville,, F la. I

i wnv to I lliclr rc'pcotlye abodes, delighted Ostrich Farm at Palm Beach.A cleaned, dyed repaired and pressed.

whit Iho evening's entertainment and JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Iho courtesies them by thosevopllont
nw nn.1 1 gentlemanly sjiown managerswho / Y Plerson one of the owners of all JOHN B. WALKER,
he ostrich farms In the United States
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.' have: I the happy knack of knowinghow
.11r1 t{ VY been Palm Beach of weeksor To
ing at a couple
to treat and please the guests-Mr. Furniture I
Ice Cream Parlor.
in readiness for
J, II. Dalton and Mr. Lou Cohn; not BO, getting everything x ,..= ,
the which was on Monday New Years
+ If you want Fmoh anl Salt water Flah. OYltorl.U..n forgetting Mrs. Meriitt, her two chaining lIe opening has 211 '[nrUe.Itt.. "to K II. J\I.LTUS': Wlt..le- ( daughters and Mrs. J. II. Dalton Millinery, I Soda Water
sale and Retail Flail' and OJ.tor ('eutpany toot. all of whom were kept busy looking to among them being six full-mown ones ..,. ,
of(lawn it..and City Market JacksonvIi e. Fla : the "Pilnce of Wales," "Lilly\ Langtry"and
the comfort of the ladles during the
other celebrities and some baby Dry Goods, I. (Fount and bottles.)

HAYS You crop of Early'' Vegetables, ivening. lrds. These and some Chinese ducks Have just received tin elegant line of Cigars & Tobacco.:

oranges, Pines eto., to ship !? aDd !golden pheasants are located on a I, flits, raisins walnuts filberts almonds, Notions etc. :
IMPORTANT MAIL CHANGE. three-acre trnct about two miles southof : pecans bananas oranges, coooanuta, :. :
We can use your consignments to ad van the Royal Pulnolana, and are as much I dried peaches, apricots and apples; also Confectionery, etc

tage. We will please you. Stencils on Postmaster Ritchie of St. Augustine, admired as they have been at the Fairfield ca.ll you attention to our candy, the best "Star Building." : ("at the old stand.")
application. Correspondence solicited. short while for farm, Jacksonville.\ This new farms and purest In the market, Is put up in
KAISER BROS., made oermttmlon a request to dispatch A mulls for Ormood ago near the rubber tree, just .south of fine one pound boxes or the cheaper Give me a call. Polite and courteous attention. Mall\ orders receive prompt

Wholesale Commission Merchants, Daytona Tltuavllle, Rockludge) West Senator E. N. Dimlck'a residence, and Is trade in 30 pound palls. Can buy in any and careful.attention. Tours for business, JNO. R. WALKER
Knoxville Tenn. and a beautiful location. Mr. Plerson Informed quantity. All kinds of canned goods.
Palm Beach, Palm Beach Miami,
us that he will start another farm Our stock nice and fresh A I. Money --- - ---
not only by the 10:45: : m. and 1:01) p.
trains but also by the night train at Ashevllle, N. C., the coming summer. saved customers.
m. ,
F CANCER CURED at HOME. which passes through here at0:23: p.m. John B. Massa, GAY BROTHERS'(
ads. this
Ue has been authorized to make lip 1tr Reading notice on page
live cents line week. 217 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. "
; NO KNIFE, NO PAIN. for each of these places all mall In the are per per
office up to 5:40: p. m., and dispatch by
Rend for free book. Address
} the transfer clerk at Jacksonrllle :
train 78 to For Sale.
Cancer Sanitarium, who Is to pouch all such matter by River Steamers PALATKA, FLORIDA. GROCERS

BELLEVIEW FLORIDA. traIn. III), which leaves Jacksonville at 14 acres choice land, at Georgtana I Indian '

-- .. 8:25: p.m.This renting Indian and Banana Rivera partly 'I i
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will get all Important mall for cultivated. $1,100.00; terms to suit. Indian River and Bay Biscayne We make a Special Feature of our i i
the East Coast off so that It will reach Address,

tt! NEAR & TAYLOR, these points early In the morning, thus C'OURTLAND BtTCKMAX, Inland Co. Mail Order :Department.Knowing .
f living, twelve hours on all matter which( 32 Hogan st., Jacksonville, Fla. Navigation J
Artesian Well come In the office too late for the mornIng ,
i't train.St. Augustine Recoid. Operating a line of steamers between how difficult It l Is In some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES I i
The Gem Barber Shop.
Rocklodge Indian River and Palm CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them flllei "a

ll llf'' I ,1CONTRACTORS, CHURCH NOTICES. Beach on Lake Worth,touching at principal promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will) be atl fRf'tol1., R
Artistic Hair Cutting Shaving, Sham- landings between these points. We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida and hlh"

t 14.. A_ ,r Ean Gallie, Fla. looing, eto., Porcelain Bath Tuba with Route via the Indian River and through many articles not usually found In other and smaller:houses. I
The new Episcopal Church at Jupiter Electrical Baths attached. Everything New Canal System to Lake Worth. JOT- SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST. 'I
l is how open.Archdeacon. up-to-date. O. P. IIuNTixaTosr' Prop. --=: .
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will hold
"JUST FAR ENOUGH NORTH"JEW B. F. Brown steamers have been Increased, and they
> services at St. Gabriel's church Tltusvllle are well equipped for the tourist season. E. A. -WADDELL: I
Y 'TK 8UMMEl OUTING AT Sunday next-morning and even- Ij
-- HOTEL"VICTORY. 'ng. Holy Communion In. the morning. VISIT the most peculiar and InterestIng Excellent meals served on board steamers j
.. .sight In America. . at reasonable prices Miami City and Dade County ; f
Services In the presbyterian church
"" if .:Put.In-Bay IsleLAKEEUIKO. Sunday Feb. 11: Sunday school at 0:45: : THE FLORIDA.OSTRICH South-honnd North.hound. '

"-'I..., 1 a. m,; preaching at 11 a. m.1( song and -n.t down R.'I up Real Estate Bureau.! !
'ti .Ito The World'. l 1netrecE .
8t7R
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: All 1-inlan 81dl Sehaetlan
t ,MA )-it I-artcent, moatahnnnbtgemn pralsa service at 7:1p. m. are 16ondaya IOW.
<< ,,m '.-. .,.i h -.. I welcome. Farm a[ I Wednesdays
mer hotel, Cool deltiihtfiilalr,Sudden change and L.urollm.. anti i
pure water, no miMqultoe; "Oolf," boating, TrrUIlVILLE-Rev.E. N.Hell will preachat Thursdays 8aturday.. -A select list of-
nulling( bathliiit, :dancing i : natatorlnm-awuse. the Baptist church next Sunday Feb. 400 P nl Lv..R.MJkl..jle..Ar. o 00 a m '

21 manse acre nm''t'r..hlelarK8 lawn,nor vie;* and oitnlnn baud and nnmiruaiiiied orclientra l1 i 11, at 11 a.m., subject, "The Saving JACKSONVILLE. II TOO 311 P In" \I..lbollrne..Ar L. leall Oalile...Ar I II 00 311 a amII m BnJDi""cnyuo: PI.OpCrtY9::

All white norvantit. Rit n ft./no to f A.00 per d.. *10./BO to lu: per week, .. ) rate.Juno. Man Immortal?" L."hJal'lter.Ar 2110pm City Lots, Fruit and Vegetable Tracts of all sizes for Investments. Prosphate and I''
folder
:M to Sept. IS lienutlf etc., by mall. tOO pm Ar. faint Beach..L. 1000 am
Addreoa T- W.. McCrearr., Oen'l, Mannnor: IIAHDKBVILI.K: : and CITY POINT-On ORANGE GROVE LANDS on West Coast.
7::. TotKl, OHIO.
After June let Put-ln-lliiy,Olilo. account of a death at Melbourne, the SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for \
pastor vtas prevented from tilling his Thin time table shows the tlnienat, which the
regular appointments last Sabbath. No .t..amen m iy be expected to arrive at and depart ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS,
-If you are In search of bargains ho will nreacb at r'.f from the several landing, bat tbelr arrival Fertilizers Chicago, Ill. Chicago, 1 IlL
providence
preventing
road the ADvocATE columns carefully. or departure at the time mated 'In not guar
Ilardeevllle and City Point next buud.ty, anteed.nor doe the company bold itself rexponRitilo Avenue D. over Bank MIAMI, FLORIDA. _
Feb. 11, at \:30 a. tn. aDtIaOu:: : p. m., for any delay or any c\lose'lueace.arrulnir
TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. 7r therefrom,

respectively. commission The steamer on St.the Aneuctlne line early In will February be plai-ed, In 3E3. E. MIMS: : ;JT. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA

The following the times of arrival lt twmn Tampa antI Palm Itoaeh. Steamer, connect with the Florida,East Coast -DEALER IX: _
and departure of passenger trains to and railway a. follow*t

,from Titusville,. Many tourists do not know! that thereIs Leave Jacksonville. 7TI-BOITYn...... .. M a m
oUTlfltot'. D. a parlor oar running between Tampa Arrive kockledga. .a is p mNowra Cl2- afrq =""
Iat4::11.1 p.m and Palm Beach. This car was put on -tsrrro. :>>
Le.re. Tltuvllle) for Miami and l.N Q;) so
pan Leave Roc1r.le..rce..1 m CO ='
road the first of the month. P t=
Intermediate points f U:15 I pin the F. E. C. .
Arrive Jacksonville TlO:
.' 12: :/IM am. This accommodation by the railroad P m 1;::: O.g
with all
In time to connect trala far the
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Arrives from :
HinfordJCOHTKBOCSn.- \:211: II company will be greatly: appreciated by birds standing S to 10 f..thI.rb. north and went c _-
the patrons of the East and West Coasts' weighing( 200 to..10. pounds .....,b. l>''trl<'h Q. 0. QIIIBH, Secretary, general office bank: V i ii.r > :
iIOp.m: resort hotels. Tourists can now board nests, ergs,oatriob alttlag and baby ostrlcbe* building,St.Anpu'tlne, ria y
LeavTltusrtlleforJaekaoavlile 3 im p.m the train from most of the west coast um batched. r" O. 0. o L"'""')::01. RUl"'rlnteadent..boI }.1 tbe farm wharf Rockleilire Via.
Uitlilee vleitora ex."
enoort thmnfch !
a:31
Intermediate : 1"
and
point 3'itla P.mT.OOa.iu resorts and be landed at the doors of all alninit all about the birds,their awn habits, T. T. RBKMK. Agent steamboat wharf Palm
*" for Banford the resorts on the East Coast. xlumage, eto- Beach Fie ALSO GENERAL REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS, BLACK3MITHINO ETC.



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