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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 16, 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: UF00075918:00059
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS, -Mr. St. George Rathbun a well- IF YOU WANT SOMETHING: elegant HUNTING AND FISHING ON DEATH OF COL. BENYAURD. AMONG THE HOTELS. b

known novelist, passed through here, in dental work, go to Dr. Dodson.
and Topics of General Interest. yesterday, on his way to Eden. THE EAST COASTThe 'r
-The Titusville colored folks will The many friends, ( of Col. Bon'all1'llnJ Tho AnvocATK Is now on file at all
-Miss Addle Wood, of Stuart, was In give a cake walk to-night.: ,,
town a short while, Saturday, en route Misses[ Lei:* and Betty Smith of () St. Augustine and other tho best hotels In Now York city.

ioclvtr and General Gossip In connection home, after spending several months in Ex-Seoator O, S. Hardeo, of Rock. West Palm Beach, were out ilslilng ono places learn along of the death.East Coast, will regretto /. Whore to stop along the East Coast.

with Blscayiie May, LakeVurth, Indian, New York. ledge, was a recent guest of Mr. B. F. morning last week and I hauled, In 82: blue his The Colonel was'" See list of hotels on 7th pago.
well known to the ADVOCATK staff and
Banana and Halifax Klver. Key West Ives, of La Grange. fish and mackerel.: A photo of I this catch' ,
and all other Important Folnt along the -Attorney W. I. Metcalf, of West may be seen) at the ADVOCATK oflleo. we, also, regret' to learn of Irma> doath. Do you want to purchase a hotel pool

Kant Coast of Florida. Brief mention of Palm Bench, was in town from 8uIIIIYnntll Senator It. S. Mallory has the thanksof Later they again went trolling: on Lake Thin Now Yoik TI'llmnoy"' : cottagesf If you do, road ad. on 7th

Interesting Events from Various Part Monday: attending to Home law the AnvocATra for the present of a Worth, amid caught lll; blue llsh and "Lieutenant-Colonel William II. IT.llonyanril pugo.Thoso.
large hanging of the United States.. of tho
business. map United States F.nI",1'COI''K !
of theV..rl.11; About People Yon Know mnckoiclin 11'101thlln three hours. There about to visit Florida would do/'

and People You Don't Know Pickedtip Judge,:: M. S. Jones has returned to -Archdeacon II. F. Brown will hold are very fow ladles on the East Coast who Audubon'l'liirty-nlnlh\ died) Friday\ February St. mind Dili! Briuidway. at tho well\ to note tho names of tho bust hotels /

by Our Society Editor and a l"r"e"l"rf town after spending a few days: on Ills divine services at St. John's church, Eau can boat this it-cord. Ho was In ctiaiga' of,the river tutu- nt which to stop, on our flit page.

of Correspondents) mattered along the place west of :St. Lucie where he Jallio, on Sunday next, at 10:110: a.m.,
wentto and I 7:::10() The New Korklndge lintel Roeklodgo, Harbor, m.
Kant Count: of Florida. look alter his orange grove, etc. p. welcomed l ono of It's noted tlshermou Tho news of his iUmIII wn n great : riazu: and Vow Itockludgo, are doing

Services at tho Presbyterian church -A few fine double vellow-headed! Monday, in 1 the I poison K. L. GrllHth of sliock to his many filends" In tho War a flue tourist buitlnos.

THE ADVOCATE, Sunday, Feb. 18!: Sunday: school 0:43: : a. Mexican parrots; Gorman Canary singers Providence, U. 1, He started! his season doinitnient! us they wen not aware tint li 1
m. preaching at 11 and and pigeons! for sale; Mrs E. If. Armstrong by landing a bass thin morning ( Tuesday he was seilously, sick Ho wax ono of Illustrated' folder'* of tho fine East
; a. m.
$1.50 per annum, I In advance.'. praise set vice nt 7:15: sucjcct; song Tho 55 1 May: street Jacksonville: Kla.Mr. ) which weighed an oven 2* Hi*. A the luiuliiig oIllci'iH. of his coipH.' Ho performed Const, hotels, etc., 'to bo given away, froo,
months p.m. ,
:1.00 'six hair' hour later, this catch win eclipsed uu'miturluus service in the Civil' at t theAhvncaisuBco.: (! :Send two-cent
$2.00 per an. to foreign/ countries. Gospel\ of Health.: i R. II Rose, mnnafflug editor of by Mr.. P. L. Slack of Trenton N. J., another \Vnr.. stump to pay postage! a

When subscribe for tlio Ar>voOATK -In tho County Court last Monday: that popular: newspaper: the St. Augustine of the houso who ..
you Record! was a pleasant caller at guest samo' "Lieut-Colonel Benyaurd was burn In Mr. Fietl" C. King, ono of I the best ri
by the year, it does not cost you some very flue "evidence"! was tiled by this office He brought one in, weighing 27'4:! His. Sea Pennsylvania. As soon as lie wan guid-, known and naval popular" hotel clerks In

three cents per week, postage included. Mr. John Henry, in the cleik'sotllce, andIf l down the East vl'lIhmly.Const.; was on a trip trout aie voiy, plcantiful at present. One n a toil I from the Military\ Academy nt the country.. Is again. In charge of tho

Note date of expiration printed pon the evidence has not "evaporated") of the recent! catches brought, In by !Mr, Went Point in ISll.'l: lie was made a ii met Royal 1'ulncliuia, at I'ulin Beach.Ien. .

your paper or wrapper every week. This tho name may be seen upon\ request.Mr. Attorney Ooo, M. Robbins, of this (1. A. Otis\ of Chicago, III. and ;.Mr. (1.' A. lieutenant In tho corps' of engineers.( Ho

is a receipt for your money. No need -: ,. Thomas Donnelly, a prominent place who had boon attending United Nagoly: of Now Philadelphia' number- was brovottcil captain on August I, luill, ( :Manager tl. It Ivnott, of Limo F.F .

for us to semi receipt for subsciiplion. resident of Inteilachun.,] was a pleasant States Court in Jacksonville, returned oil) forty-nine of the above specie, the for, /giilhint( service before, Richmond" mid C. Hotel. System, left for Nassau thin

The d.ito: gives I it to you.jjjT" I caller at this oflloo on Filday. lie wantsto homo Saturday evening, and left for combined, weight being 10)1) Ihs. Mr. F. a major. on .\pi.'II I, IWI.'i( ; for meiltorlous wI'l'ir1; r. Kuolt was/ accompanied, i
Tallahassee the same night. W. Sfhooiiinaker Now YIIl'k who service the bath ho of Five his wife and MIK' 1011'11"1' sister of Mr.\
Please place this paper in your settle on the East Coast, so we gave returning City, at Foikx. lln 0//<
!:::
hero is well known Knht. Murray/ manager Mute Potion
leading room. him all the Information we could as toproperty yesterday.Mr. among the 'lUhlng fratein-. was engaged In construction\ wink. on defuses -
do Leon.
Ity arrived the New Kocklldge .
recentlyand at Pittsburg and p..rllllllllluHlu.r
RIVER ADVOCATE is on for sale. \ J. O Walton arrived In town ,
The INDIAN Is getting his tackle In .wh.ipo, In order and In onglnouilnx) wink with limo Armyof 'rho rush of tourists to 1'alm hunch
,ale at the following news-stands, at five When visiting: St. Augustine, do not Wednesday last: from Jacksonville Ho and returned to show a specimen of what ho did thu Potomac during. the latter )part of I this SUIIHOII In salil to ho enormous, and
night to
:ants per copyTitusvilleB.: fail: to pay Capt. Geo. Corbott's tlsh and' Mrs. Walton down Tltusvllle expects bring lost year, till war. He was assistant{ )piofimsor of tutu Royal Poliieliiini. and Inn have boon
Wilson & Son. to In a few '
R. oyster market at tho end of the wharf -- -- .
days when will take onglnoeilng/ at West Point for 'three fill i ly crowded. On Homo occasion the
J. B. Screven. they a trip to Miami \-
a visit and sample his blue points and and Intcimedlate Smltli-Uorton 1-iilwrtalnmfmt years. He was made n iniptnln! on May' Inn was so crowded that touilsta could
Rathbun hotel. points ore retul'n-
Jacksonville" James hotel. little neck clams. Then you will fool ing to the metropolis.Mr. I, 11'11111,1\{ major on March, 1870\ and a not bo accommodated.A i
St. that had been to the seaside. "
you lieiitonant-colonel on Juno 2, IMMt' ).
Windsor hotel.St. The Smith-Gorton entertainment at recent' vlNlfcof AnvooArw
-
\ Frank E, Bond of the Bond rcprosonratlvo
Augustine-Alcazar hotel. -Capt. Geo. J. Mercier, who has been Lumber Co. DeLnnd returned, to his the Opera house, WednuHil ty night, was ------ to Piiliu: launch showed im that

Ormond-Hotel Ormond. In Jacksonville for quite a while, arrivedIn mills at Neoga, Wednesday, after three one of the best, that hall 1.,11 In Titus- A TITUSVILLE LAW CASE. thu interior of Limo Koy'1': Poinclana presents -

Kockledgo-Hotel Indian River. town Saturday, where his old-time weeks travels through New York Luke vllle for Homo time, and the hall was a more beautiful aspect than over
Poinciana. friends were pleased to see him. He fairly well crowded by an appreciative\ befoio. Besides tho tliiodocoritllon
Palm Beach Royal
and very *
Erie Willoughby O. At the latter .
The ease of Kugeno T. Wilson, receiver
accompanied by Mr. I). Krnus of audience.
I' II The Inn. was Bond Messrs Smith and Gorton with paliim and feiiis at.d itch foliage
place Mr. visited his father and
against the Indian Ulver bitutii Hank
Savannah.: They ors both In tho insurance as was evident to all, are no novli'us In pliiuls, tlio bounty' Is fold enhanced -
and south mother, and spent I a very pleasant time. this business TltiiHvlllo I I wait befoio. the United, .I /States many
business went yesterday. Mr Smith Is elocutionist
an by the now tinting of the walls and,
cr::: Reading notice ads. are ten cents Mr Bond says he struck a cold snap of and\ Court, I at Jacksonville, on Friday.\ ou argument d
no mean ability; Mr.Gorton niiil the which Is
Yachtsmen and others who while but ho celling Kcoeu carpet
line this are away, was warmly clad, on dumuricis to pleax.! TlieplaintltT \
on
er page. III tlio character ,
of Zichmlah
about to visit tho East Coast, should and it did not etfeot him In the least. was represented hv Cooper V laid on the /Moor of tho rotunda ft
J. M. Dixon lias been visiting I Spicer, will\ be found hard tit host Prof.
Ills-Dr.mother at City Point this week. read the ads. In ADVOCATK before purchasing -We ai e pleased to see 1\11' ('. L. Keene J. M. Latin favored the amlienre withan Cooiur, and. Oem M. Hohhlns appearedfor Mr. G. Diamond, tho popular nuin- J'J'agar '

their supplies. Also take note attending to his duties aaln.II'/ Keene exhibition of Indian: club swinging, 'the defendant. Wm. M.\ Brown was of tho llolrl Hllth bUll Cafe, Jacksonville
Mr. T. Puckett of the Cocoa of our TltusvillB and Rnckledgo. advertisers also In Jacksonville, watching t thu and delighted
Roy had a very unpleasant attack of the accompanied on I the )piano by Mrs.. Jas. progress seem quite happy -
md Kockledge News, was in town Mon- when on Indian Uiver. The An- /glippo and Mis./ Keene has also been Pritchard. Prof. Lnflin was nt one time of the case. On Satunlay.tliU cane of Into; on asking tho eaiiso' Mr. Dia
VOCATK Is on sale at the news stands of again came before Judge Locke In tho mlJlllllnrUl'III".III" .hilt his mother Mrs.
lay. ,
somewhat under the weathVr. Friends/ champion of the world. In this lino, and
all first-class hotels on the East: Coast. United States Court: and an older 'wn Juno Mc.\ of Newton Mass. has
-If want to buy goods of our whom they can count by the score-are on this occasion he showed himself] to be nanny,
CituHville you merchants read their ads on -Two well-known and expert amateur delighted to( see this grand couple In a no amateur with the claim unteuid upon nigiiinent iinnlo, ou 1I'1'ItIiIY/ given him great pluasiiroby vlttitinghurt,
sustaining the demurer, to the tout / and to remain, with Mini at his
Hh fishermen passed through Tltusvllle, perfect! state of convalescence again./ Mr There was an entertainment given last expects
page.Mr..1. Saturday' en route to Rocklodgo for the and !Mrs. Keeno's establishment Is at the night, which was fully up ti> their stand \seventh plugs, and, overruling the same lesldeiiiio on lllvorsldo, until spring. ;

D. Crabb, of Lake City, was remainder the season. They were Mr. corner of West Bay and Laura streets, I ard. The Indian Hand gave a choice us to nil tutu 01 hl'l''', In the same cnsu, Thlx Is limo first time in seven years, that;

imong: the callers at this office on Mon- Henry Bradley, of Potomac, Md., and, Jacksonville, and in one of the finest la selection of muslo In the hall during the the ilul'enilant piosented his motion for Mr. 0111111".1111lCOIl. / his mother.

lay. Mr. R. L. Oriflith, of Providence, R. I. dies' diess and millinery houses In the I I evening.To. leave to file an additional plus, and sot The following hotel and boarding i
February, :27th.! for arguing" the I
-Capt. II. E. Sewall!!, Somali's Point, If there are any fish around, they will city. snino. houso tide, will bu found on our Seventh

lias been spending a few days in Jack- surely get them.U. -;Mr. Walter S. Stokes returned to He Marrltnl In kaoiivllle. -- -- -- -- page:

,onvll1e this week. Thomas, the noted pharmacist, !Hobo Sound ou Wednesday, after a six THE PALMETTO CLUB. Jacksonville: St. .lames, Windsor,

-Mr. O. W. Byrnes, representing the corner of Adams and Madison streets, months' visit to his old home In Liverpool Mr. and Mrs.. Philip Walter have issued Kallilinn, Placldo, Westmoreland, New
'
Florida Hardware Co., Jacksonville, was Jacksonville, says he can scarcely' manufacture England: Mr. Stokes Is looking/ Invitations to the wedding of their Tlio members of time above club recently Hotel Uoseland, (Jruml View, Oxford,

i recent caller at this office. his medicines fast, enough for tho remarkably well, the old country seeming/ ; daughter' / Miss I Clara] Joaiinutto, to Mr. met at the New Roukleilgu hotel' New Duval.Seahioozo l. A

demand. ])1'. Thomas is a druggist of to have agreed with him. Walter was Emil Bernstein. The nuptial' knot will llockledgo/ where a lingo alter ilnncu, : 'rho Colonnades.

-We send cue paper free to all our high standing. and what he says is le- line of the boys that enlisted to fight for be tied at Temple Ahavety Chest, on wan In order. All who were present I'alalka: Tim Gniluim.

ulverUsers. When the ad. Is discon- liable. Read about the cures that his Uncle Sam, and stuck to It until mustered Thursday evening! Feby, Sli-Washing were delighted with the social time they Diil.aml: C..IIIgorlUlI., .

luuod the ADVOCATE is also discontinued medicines have accomplished on page ::1), out lie has taken charge; of all ton's birthday ;Miss Walter 1M IL bright/. had. Tltimvlllo: liiiilnii, Klver hotel; nndBonknlglit .

headed, I Want to Know. Mr. R. E. Sorjeantson's business, eta., and popular young ladj, and her hosts Oil Wednesday the club met nt. Sunshine boiirdliig' liouso.Itix'kleilgu .
at Hobo Sound) and he Is of friends will miss her In Jacksonville '' : Hotnl Indian, River Plaza,
to ,
-Mrs. D. A. Blodgott, of Daytona, --Mr. and Mrs. C. II. K. Curtis of very sorry Cottage; / the residence of Mr" ).
,
who had been visiting her brother, Mr. Philadelphia, stopping: at Hotel )Royal have to report the death of Mr. Serjeant- as she will make her future homo In K. Cliatlleld, where all spoilt an enjoyable Now Rocklodgo, \\hlto' ('nttlll;'".
i. U. Peck son's little son who died of pneumonia Baltimore\ Md. Her father Is the well- afternoon., Fort. I'IIII'CIIl'OI't\ I'iorco hotel.
at Rockledge, passed through Poinciana, Palm Beach, for the balanceof left
here homo. just before he Liverpool.Mrs. known referee In bankruptcy' The Palmetto Cltb meets \Veil- Kdun. : Netheihy
Saturday, en route tho season. Mr. Curtis a member every
of the Curtis Publishing Co., who publish W. D. Mussenden of Bath 110M'lay for the purpose of pitying: proiresslvu ;- Jensen: Tho Fresco.. ;
Messrs. O. A. and C. R. Stewart, Me., eucliro. and. upending nodal NOIIIIIIO| : Neptune house.,
it :
Home Journal and the On CriiUa
alto have been spending several weeks the Ladies' arrived In town Sunday, on a visit to H afternoon. The mooting at the Indian West Palm lloiiuli: The Somlnolo, The J
it their! orange grove place at Bonaven- Saturday Post. Mr and Mrs Jones her mother (Mrs. Mc'Iellon) and ulster 1'111..11...
Itlver hotel I lit tin
-leccntly published
ure, came up to town, Saturday on a Gribbel, also of tho Quaker City, accom- (Mrs. 1\[. P. Uobblnn). She has not been The yacht Nemo, commanded by Commodore ADVOCATE, win an extia one, n* Mrs Magnolia. /Springs: Magnolia Spring

,hort visit. pany them.It south in a couple of years, and her many K M. (Jooilnll, of Sunford, Me., [V. J. Mmiiions entertained. the club oil hotel..
and friends are pleased to see her In Titus- arrived here, Monday morning from
shows what care attention will
President W. II. McFarland of the that occasion.Improvements. Tho tourist In St. Augustine U
loft season
ville. Mrs. Mussendeu was nnd. other points and
size small accompanied Jupiter for _
such tur-
do, to bring to a at a
\Ic1'arland Tent Protection Co., has boon feet iioailng Its height Visitors are
exhibition south by her daughter, Mrs It. II. Baxter DaytomtooTueeduy. Messrs.UMtI n M.
On
to.
seed brought ,
lulling Palm Beach, Jacksonville and nip was at \Vavelaml.Dr. arilvlng here from. tho North by the hundreds
L. Cameron's, the reliable seedman's and her friend, Miss Lillian Welch, Levitt and J. W Levitt, who had been
at
the places this week. He Is contlnual- East street Jacksonville are both of whom topped over with friends enjoying a visit to Palm Beach, jnlnad every day' and this departures) for
store, Bay ,
y on the move. several immense turnips, white and yel- In Jacksonville, en route to this place the Nemo at this place on Monday after and Mrs. W. E. Snoden, of Wave- the sothern r"rtlll1l'8, almost a* heavy

-Mr. E. A. Waddell arrived last week low, that tip the scales at ten to eighteen ;Mrs. Baxter joined her mother In Titus- noon. lan<1, were In town on Saturday, attendIng Nays the Times' Union and, Citizen's correspondent tho
'lliore IH not a hotolln
rom New York, bringing with him his pound each. The seed was purchasedby l villa on Wednesday afternoon and she / to some business matters, file wan
that Is not doing n business/ far InOXUIISH 1
oved bride, antI has been the recipient R. S. Barnes, from the above named was gladly welcomed by old-time acquaintances Hint Bhoot. Mrs JSnoilon's first visit to Tltiisvtlle, city
>f many hearty congratulations from his house She will remain about a -- !and she said I It was a far better and larger of that of last your, and some of

numerous friends.-Miami News. week or so, ere going; to some of the resorts town than she thought It was. Thu the register show an Increase of ro percent r
-Mrs. Jos. G. Gerry: of Kockaway south. Miss Welch will probably An Interested live bird\ ( shoot, under Doctor) owns some valuable property at over the previous seasons. The

-Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Banks, of New Beach, N. Y., who has been visiting her arrive In town about Monday or Tuesday the auspices of the Tltusvlllo Gun Club, \\Vavelaiid and neighborhood, which hoIn visitors are being more thoroughly

Rochelle, N. Y., were in town a short sister, Mrs. Hogan and Miss Sheflier of and spend a few days at the Indian took place Wednesday morning, In which Improving. Among other things, lie entertained this season than ever before

vhile on Monday, on their way to Hotel Artesia, for about three weeks, left for River hotel with Mrsi Baxter. B. B. Plies and L. C. Jtranolng excel- has just been adding 12,000: ( foot of Iron which to n great extent,accounts for tho I

Plaza! Knckledge, to spend several weeks. Daytona, St. Augustine and other points, led-the above named gentlemen mak piping and a fine force pump to file (,r. lengthy visits that most of the traveler.

Mr Banks Is one of Rochelle's foremost Sunday::\ afrernoon, en route home, where Mr. It. W. Parsons of the East Coast ing a clean score.St. lingo grove, for Irrigating purposes Hal pay hero. Of course golf occupies all

ittorneys she expected to be about the .end of Railway Company: was In the city Sunday l I" now fully prepared for drought of the spare time of tllo vast majority of

March. Miss Shetllcr accompanied her just about to complete a remark- Valentine' U..,.. that we have. any the people iturlng/ the day, while bowl- /
-"I send you my subscription with sister as far as bt. Augustine, returninghere able trip.| He was in Havana tin Friday, may Ing IK becoming lucre and more popular t

Dleasure. The ADVOCATE is) an up-to- yesterday.We Feburary 2; returning from there to Valentine's day passed oil very pleasantly as an evening pastime/ Boating and N

late, newsy and interesting paper, and Miami he spent two days In the city, In Tltusvllln, and from what we I'ln Laundry. fishing prove favorite amusements with t

;ou should be up here, in a more lively have of ]late sent out a number leaving/ then for New York. He visited can learn a goodly number of our citi- many people during those beautiful

md money-making( tleld," says J. II. of bills to delinquent subscribers to the that city, Boston and Hartford, returning zens received some line "buckhnnded" I have: the agency for the Hllilltch Florida day, and. the eloctrlo launches I'

Urewer, of Chicago.One ADVOCATE, the majory of whom, we are thence to Washington, and arrived compliments. For further particulars, Steam Laundry, Jacksonville. Mend your and sailboats ore kept busy. Bicycling

of the most useful and; ornamenal pleased to note Lave paid up with great In this city Sunday: on his way to Miami, emjuire of :Mr*. W. N. Hendry washing to B. B. I'VI.KS: and driving I arc more generally IndulgedIn

articles which adorn the wall, near promptness. Our mailing! clerk is sendIng which he reached Monday, completing a Southern Express olllce, now that the roads) around the city I,
out a few moro tills to-day, and we trip of several thousand miles In the ten 'It Tltusvlllo Fla. '
he office, |In the Duval Hotel corridor, Is I'lllO! I.uacheN. have been placed In such excellent con
hope those In arrears will pay up without days, and visited cities widely separatedIn I
i very handsome eight day clock, placed dition./ Besides) these pastimes, the
there R. further notice, as we cannot run a the tropics and the cold of a Northern Casino III always an alluring spot to
by West street
J. JUles the Bay need
If .
a good chop steak or AJ'elltl4Vuuh'll.
of the you anything
the satisfaction gen
jeweler and business to winter. AI r. Parsons said that travel hundreds of people, especially during the
watchmaker. else In tho line do fall
eral! public, and pay our own debts with from the North and on tho East Coastlines eating not concert and I bathing: hours of the day,
promptness, If others do not pay us. both by water and rail, Is remark. when, in "t. Augustine, to IlO to Orange/ Wanted-Agent or manager' / for accident wl ere the daily concerts at the Ponca '1.
Howes' Lunch and Oyster Honm8,corner or old line Llfo Insurance: Co.
Reducing Stock.In ably heavy. Monday's Times Union and do Loon anti Alcazar. '
are always entertaining -
Citizen.-;.Mr. 1'arsona certainly made along of Cathedral place, near tho bridge< Address I'. O. Box 207, Jacksonville, and attractive.
Wanted A Cook. 7
Flit. !Stamp for reply.
order and I quick trip. The editor of the
to reduce stock before(
my ADVOCATK met him at Palm Beach on Empty Sugar: ami ICIco ItarreN I '
penlntt yard in Palatka I am offer-'
lumber my On house-boat Rose :Marie, Titusvillo his way to Sew York; \Vnu ted Hold Wanted.
material
ng and other
it low building for small party. Apply at once, on the For sale. Address,
very prices. Write me. .
GEO. F. PADIII:-;, boat, near railroad wharf.UeautiCul Tltunrllle ftoolal flab. WAI.TKHA. Moortfs, A small furnished house, south of I want to purchase a well-located hotel

Eau Gallie\ Fla. SOfeb 8 George Mt., Charleston, S. C. Jacksonville\ Kla. Address reply, In the South; 40( to UN) rooms; furnished -

Home Places.At The members of the above club a Mrs. JAMK )f. GRANT, ; must be bargain. Address, with
dance the gave Mtcaiiifllilp Tickets. 10!> Went orb Street, Jamestown, very full particulars, and cut or photo,
at house last
Snaps In neal Estate, Ankona. Opera Friday If possible, "The Grand Mont Vernon ;
Fort Pierce and North when number Cbautau'iuii Co., N. Y. ,
evening a fairly good at-
dlrculars. / Two steamship tickets for sale first _. N. II. i ut
Write for descriptive tended. The music was. supplied by several ; --- ---- 1
Winter homes, Orange; groves. I have C. T. McCARTr, Ankona, Fla. members of the Indian River Band, class; Brunswick. to New York and' return Uu<,klt.le. Indian Klu.-r
few : ,
i special bargains; Improved r > from Fort Pierce southward to .
ADVOCATE: Office, Tltusville, ria.
:Iden. Two > MM one of the most attractive: and
young Groves, one
orange best, stocked stores along the Kant Coastof The most desirable In the
23 trees, one *tIC(I() trees. Fine condition. property
Hong railroad In south part of Brevard The City Tax Books are now open at To Hunters and Hi>ortniiien. RhoClllaklllg arid Kepalrlnjf.AH Florida., You can find everything you centerof Rocklfldge, on Barton avenue;

ounty. Lands suitable for at the Court House every day Sunday excepted naed! at this store. All kinds of floe gro- consisting\ of live acres covered with

:25.!: to$:;-.0> per acre. Write for plats groves, price from 9 to 11 a. m, and one to 2 Those bunting venison, ducks, or other kinds of repairing promptly attended ctrlns and western meat thrifty orange trees, also two cottage
ists and pamphlets.C. m. game( In ,mason, for sale, should communicate to by William B.uuiett' ilopkln Particular attention paid to the needsof thereon. Apply to'VM.

T. McCARTY P. O. Ankona, Fla. P' )f. S. JOSES, Jr., with B. W. Sperry, Proprietor. street(near liouknlght's boarding house), yachtsmen and cruising parties. M. MKKWI.V, Milford, Conn.

lallwav station, North, Ankona, Fla. City Tax Collector. Duval Hotel, Jacksonville, Florida. Tltusvllle, Fla. GKO.: N. HATCH, Propr. After No,. 20th, Kockledgo, 11'1.y .












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Ait lltor't: ( Life Saved by Cham. UNITED STATES STAMP TAX. ] COMMlSSIONEIfS SALE.
SEED POT.A TOES.
berlnlii's/ Cough ICenieely. I. In Chancery.

During the early] part of October, 180( The following has been sent Into the

I contracted a bad cold which settled In ADVOCATE office for publication: AND BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE

my lungs and was neglected until I fear. licked a dozen stamps to-day for telegrams UNDER (, of sale entered In the Cir-

ed consumption had appealed In An / I sent; cause cult therein C'onrt pending for Urevard, wherein County Orlando In a certain A,. Improved Rose $3.00 per barrel. Special prices to large buyers. Write for testimonials

Incipient state. I was constantly cougl I licked and stuck one on the bill with Jones la the complainant and Mlohael F, Dwyer
Ing and trying to expel something/ which which I paid my rent; Kt ai,are defendants I will sell In front of ti c from largest potato planters in Florida.

I could not. I became alarmed and after I licked a stamp to paste upon a note Court House door at Tituaville, Floiida duringthe
giving' the local doctor a trial bought a which I renewed, legal hours' of sale on the Full line of fresh Garden and Field Seeds always] In stock. Write for price list
i FIRST MONDAY IN MARCH, A, P. 11)00,
bottle of Chamberlin's Cough Kerned And then I licked another one to make a I
beat for cash the
and bidder ,
to the highest L. CAMERON. Seedsman
and the result was Immediate improvement mortgage. good. i following described real estate altnated In the ,
and after I had used three bottle I've licked these stamps to show that I : County: of llrevard. State ot Florida: ,U+-wltt
my lungs were restored to their healthy respect my country still; Beginning on the Section line between 'Sec 126 East; Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
tlons3and4, In Township :25 south Range 34
1r state.-It.] S. ErVAni Publisher now -- east,at a square monument marked witha
III. For sale by U. : rue -_.-_.- .--------- ------ -
The Review, Wyant, who introduced the bill. letter 1V. thenre run east eighteen -
R. Wilson & Son.ITEMS hundred and fifty feet more or less to Indian JOHN :MARS
said GEORGE MARX.
Rived thence northerly along river two
v -If you want ,good: results, you will bun ''red feet more or less, to the Month line ofa
t1 OF INTEREST. .find the ADVOCATE an excellent advertising lot of land ptirohaaed by A. L. and K K.Hat h :J.t-JR <:>S.
1 .1I medium. of R. C. May j thence due west alone said line to 1VJA...
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Kectlon line above named, thence due south ,
I along: said section line two hundred, feet: moreor
\ statement start Wholesale Dealers In
The following seems
of
XOTICJ:. less to the place beginning.
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Also that piece or parcel of land being a part ,
s ling it Is official:
I yet of lot miinhnr a In Suction Township 25 south GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE.
The great State of Ohio supports 47, hinge :IMi east commencing on the. bank of Indian .. .
Guardian! Notice of ApplicationFor River at the dividing line between lute 3
178 paupers, at an expense of tl,125,140 and 4. thence went running along I aald dividingline
to the tax payers. There must be some- Sale of Real Instate.Notice between; Iota 3 and 4 eighteen hundred. and 131 and 133 East Hay Street and B and 8 Newnan Street,
fllty-two feet, more or less to the section line
thing wrong with an Industrial system dividing Suction 3 and 4; thence north along I JACKSONVILLE FLA.
ia hereby given: that I. W.O. Frlnk. a* said nectlon line 418.H4 feet thence east on a line ,
that results In so much real poverty. for HuichlettMiirniiJ| ..ri>nil Gladys parallel with the dividing line between said
NEWS FROM THE CAPITOL. The of railroads In the United ;Maicruiler minor,will on the Tenth day ot lota a and 4 1SHO feet to Indian River thence
system March A. I>. HUM' ), mane application to Honor- smith along! the margin of said river 4IW! feet, ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY.
States covers 180,809 miles. Jn their use alila I U. I. laulclcn.. County Judge of lirevard more or less, to the place of beginning;
Captain Wllaon lifter to the Hoer end County, Klorldn. for ,authority to Hull at private Also the southeast" quarter of the southeast
Philippine Warn.WAsmsroTOX are 30,74(5( engines, 23,844: passenger car ale the following described Real Estate, IirlonicInR quarter of Section 4, Township. 45 south, Range
and 1,284,81(7( freight cars. Last year the : to aaldmlnora, lylnic and being In Hrevard 36: eaat. Alao 418 (set off of aouth end of the We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating. Potatoes and Cow Peas;
D C., Feb. 10, 1000. County Florida, to win northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of guaranteed genuine. We also) carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. Wo want
income of these roads was tl.240,558, Thirteen and en-one-hnndredth(1.113 100)) said, Section 41 Township. 2ft aouth Range 86eaat will be
Editor Indian River Advocate' roads managed acres of land, located the north aide of a tract measurement to commence at the southeast your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you pleased.
724./ So: well are these of land containing forty-five and twnthlnla4S comer of said described. lot of land and'togo
I bnvo been listening lately] to the that more people, are killed by falllDj ( %)acre, being the south part of Lot two (2), north alone I the section line between sections MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville- Fla.
dlncunBlons in Congress Section 17,Township 28 south Range ST east. 3 and 4 fora stance of 418 feet, thence: went We only Sell to Dealers.
many Interesting out of windows t than by railroad accl and having a width of eight and thirih-one-rmn- one quarter of a mile, thence south 418 fret
on the Important questions of the day, dreth ((8:iNt-100)( ) I'halnM. reaching acne the whole to the corner between said lots of land herein
dents. Inland from Indian River to Itunana River and described thence a quarter of a mile to the placo
and I have been particularly] ] pleased, The finest tomb in the world Is tho hounded on the north by a tract of land of twelve lieglnnlng.[. .
1 with the loyal ((12)acres, wild' to 8. K.: H.Jerome) and -on the The above deacrlbed pftrceta of land embracing -
gratified and delighted Tajo Mahal, In India. It took 20.000< south by a line running parallel I to the Mont' ) [ tho hotel known aa the Hotel Indian River
broad andpatriotic sentiments enunciated to build it and cost $50:; ,. boundary:I of aald Jerome I mil;!at a tllotitnre ofplithtand the orange grove known "aa the Kocklmlge John B. Stetson University
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men years ; thlrtv-one-hiindredth (8; ) clialimtherefrom the .containing 77 acrea more or IOMR. Also
on the side of government, and rxH,000.) ) ) A /great Mogul built It in memo | bHng/ the land .et apart. for raid in Cottages and Iteam boat whirf wure-hi>une
stalwarts In loyalty ants iv <.a ininlnaloner*, to n ak,, .petition between and pavilion altnated on said land and all the
the Hag by such rugged ory of his wife. finld Infanta and '.....1148 M. I'owe. heating lighting and plumbing tlxturea oonnectnd -
ns Hawley] Foraker, Sullom, Manna, other class of men is so Also that tract of land duM-rlheit" aa follows i with and belonirliiir to sail" I Hotel Indian
Among no Commencing on the I went bank of Hanana Hirer. I River and all riparian rights: connected with DELANO, FLORIDA
Morgan, DeverldgfJ, D !pew and other much practical, temperance work being alxty-on o sine and clghti-en links north I of said) land; also all other fixtures.
in the Semite and I ]Imvo been proud of ninth auction line at the northeast. corner of lot Excepting. and reserving however from the
done, as among r.dlro.men.\ Railroad conveyed to M. Ryder and run south *lxtyevendegrcea above the right of way of the Florida East:
and to the old went ton chain elghty-fnur links fount ( .- the Jacksonville
their devotion loyalty United States aud Canada are along Railway 'mnpanformerl; ; -
men of the the line of aalil" Ryder to Pond thence norttwenty-three ,St. Augustine and Indian River Railway
flag; while on the other hand, I have almost without exception on the right and a half degrees, west eighty f'omoanv, na Ipacrllwd. in It'ed lok W at page 'ELI2AgtTHIbAI.L'
HialnaatuJ, eighty links them-e north fdxty-aev- 48 of the records of Brevard County ? +
been chagrined] and mortified/ beyond side.] Last year 140,000 of the white but- nn ...ell'r..... eHct, eleven ehalna and nlxtv: ...l..lit, After. the side of the above real estate, the .- ..' f
expression by the attlttidu of Senators "It. U. T. A." (Railroad link to llanana Hlver, thence Month meandering 1wraonal property mentioned In said' decree will i
tons bearing the river to!point. of commencement. All In Km- lie announced for sale in front of the Court .
Hoar, 1\IRII..oI'cttlllrew, Hale and other Temperance Association,) were given out .Ionseventeen,township twentv-alv mith. r iire Houae door nforexnlit.. and the aale thereof will
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better things ithould thlny-iwven eoot In the Ciiurty of Hrevard. I beadjmirned to ....eMII., ... the lit( ) day of March,
liko them of whom I
by Mr. Cofllo, of Mt. Dodge, Iowa, who State of Fliirldn. rontainlnic ten acres inure or at IV noon and will I then be made' on the steps of r .
be expected, In their nn-o\ merlcRn crusade has of this woik. The Great lo*.,surveyed by C. n, Magruder, County Stir' lintel Indian River at Korkledge, Florida.I a M
charge veyor. Them will then be sold to the highest and, rX41 beyi; h
and tirade against> the war and Its Westrn It. R. Temperance Union recently W. O. PRINK beat bidder tor cash the following deacriliedperaoniil 1
and in ... Guardian f r lMnemder property! to-witt All the fiiriiitnie
doing everything
prosecution, ] hold Its annual meeting when the and\ ,
(jlmlya Mnnrmlir. and l chattel) whatsoever' In the Hot*! Indlmi
and out of Con- F. J.WEBB for W. U "'rln... Klver nd lined therewithand .
within their power in chairman said tha$10,00i' out of the 00,. Attorney Ufeb5w cottages, In connection .
... belonging to Maid hotel and rottagea.FREDKRICK
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groan, to weaken the hands of the government OlIO employees were members, and the : A. MOROAX ,

of tho United States and to Increase Is yearly greater. Notice, febJ-niftr2 Commissioner In ('h..ncery.Sheriff' -

strengthen and uphold that of Agutnaldo, government In dismiss
Gradually / Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit Sale.
the rebel against our authority. lug women from all its departments. An In of Florida, Hrevard County, A.D. 1UOO.

There has been a time In our history edict has gone forth that: hereafter nu In Re-Appllcatlnn of E. M. For Both Soxes. This Scholastic Year BeganOctob'ei
whoa such conduct an this in time of aa AdminlHtratrlx.' : to .tell" Heal KBI I UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECU-
married woman can be employed in theostofilce tate of Ouy Herbert Hlirlow and Ln f I out of the County Court for'
war was characterized aft treason; and > department No charge Is Glen HlKlow, Jr., Minors. J llrevard County In a cause therein .pending: : 3rd. Send for Catalogue,
wherein Melon" Walton et al .are plaintiffs and'
la It loss BO now!? I think not. Little] made that women have not rendered To all whom I It may concern i William H. fileaon la defendant I have levied

Fighting JOQ Wheeler, way oil there on Take notice that 1 will apply. to the Honorable upon and will aell at public auction to the College Academic, Normal, Art and Music Departments. Large, commodious
good service The Public Ledger, 01 Minor S..lonesJudge of aid court, at Tltimvllle highest and best bidder for caHblln front of the
tile firing lino at the front in the Philippines Philadelphia It Is "because women Florida or wherever the court may then Court Houae door at Tltuavilie' during the legal Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian water, etc., Insuring .
says be, on Monday the 12th dar., of March A. n. hour of sale upon the
bait a broader and more devoted have no votes and men have." More (HHI, or a* anon thereafter an t can he heard by FIRST MONDAY IN MARCH. A. I>. 1900, perfect healthfulness] ; buildings heated by steam throughout ; faculty of 22:!
the Court, for leave to sell the undivided tw..
patriotism and ]love of country than the places must lie made for the horde ol thirds interest of my minor children.. Guy Hen the following: described real .estate situated. In trained and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue containing information.
whole job-lot together, with Agulnaldu hert Illtflow and Lurlen II. lilitlow.in an.lto. the llrevard, County, Florida and standing on the i,
hungry office seekers. following doernlw.lhand, to-wlt public record in the name of William II. II. J. F. FORBES, President.
thrown in. And it is this same element Lost year' 107,413 cabin passengers All of Line 2, 3, 4.0,1 and in, Titus addition lileaaon the defendant. -wlt Address.
the hands of and all of Lots 411,47 and All/ ; one of which haa a l.otl/l/ and 12: liUvck 16; lora S..n\l12. block 17- : .- -- ----
that tried to palsy government aamo here for homes. and 303,720:.! steerage mall home on it: all or which are In Tituaville, lots /A and 12 block 18; lots /n and 12, block 10, In

In tho affair with Spain, and who passengers. Quite an Increase to Hrevard County: Florida.ELMIRA:: HirjLOW..' the.plat town of of said Eau: town.Oallie, according to the recorded o H: .A:s. :sr.cr: : rz az 0 0 'I I

trying, with all their might and Also the north half of the southeast
are now population. There is plenty of roomIf aa AmnlnlHtratrlx: of the quarter DEALERS IN -
Lucien of the northeast quarter and the south half ofthe
main to complicate !affairs: with this /government they would only go to the new country This. Fi-hntarv 3rd.Kntatexof 1UIK) B.BIglow. northeast quarter of the southeast quarterof
In the South African war, as V,J. WKIIH, Attorney for Petitioner OfebOw Suction 5 in Township 27 south. Range 37 ::Ei'1n.c: "QV"1JJ..cs: : .rid. :L1cicurs: : ,
; Instead of crowding the already overcrowded east.. Also the NH of the NEX: : or the NEW theN
against our tried and loyal friends in cities. }i of the SEW: of the NEK. the. S)4) of the WWW 417, 410 \V. Bay St.,
Notice. of thin NKI&:, theSMof the NWy4 of the NEW, .
time of need-the 1h'lth.h-lo favor of The annual drink bill of London isOON,000 the N M of the NE)( of the N WK, the NX of tile JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
the IloerB. HKK of the >WW, th. SW of the SW\t of the N
::! ( or a hundred million dollars, !: I I. hereby given that on the Slat day W- tho f.' '% of the NW' V4 of the NW' #, the NH' MONONGOIIELARye
After, what Groat Britain did for us on ,while the entire cost of local governments NOTICE, A, U limn),or a*sown thereafter an Iran of the NW yI: of the SlVy! and the NM of the S
be heard, I will apply" to hits Honor D. L. WK of the.SWK aectlon 7, township 27,aouth
the of late with If
eve our war Spain .....
K 13,000,000( laulilen, County Jttdiie. of Itrevard County for ranue 27 .t.

'we refuse to at ]least remain neutral In 18M! (! the shipments of beer to the of a final my illntribntlnn settlement. of of mv the aoootmta assets of and the Estate approval. of feb2mar2 J. P. BROWN Shorlff., *! Whiskey

their affair: with the Boors, I think we, 'billppinos was only $003! worth. Last II. C. Smith deceased, and for my discharge
,
from the administratorship of aalu eatate. I
as nation, would be unworthy tho respect year the shipments for Intoxicating; W.I. A L Lies.Admlnlatrator., -One of the anti-germ water filters '
Delivered"
of ourselves, to say: nothing of links amounted to $100,20(1( and 'was can be seen voiking at the ADVOCATE i
,Jensen, Fla "" 8th.1800.Ituhbnla \ .
ANT PART OF THE STATE FOR
olHco.Titusvllle .
being Ingrates towards those who be- monthly iucraaslng. Wken our troops A Graham, Att'>' for Admlol trator.

frl"RllodII In time of need. We .
sore : -'- - - --- -- -- --- ---- $3.20.
took possession there were but two sa- ...
have faith in tho American people and Houses.
loons. There two hun- Hoarding
are now over ail PER GALLON, EXPRESS PREPAID.
In their Hunso of justice and right and
(red, while all vices are running ram- I'

'we have faith to believe that our levelheaded )ant. Tills Is the "benevolent assimilation BOUKNIGHT'S BOARDING HOUSE TITUBTILLE, FLA. f r :Miami Rye, *4, per gallon.

President, It he leans at all, will : 111'0(1/ ve them." t Gibson Rye $4, per gallon

loan In the direction of our natural allies Over 82,000 arrests were made In Chicago flood, airy and com Portable rooms. Board and room, One Dollar per day.Special t a "a"" Rye Lewis and Corn'(m( Rye$l..>,0$4.to per$2.50 gallon per j gallon

and friends-our cousins across the :! l rates by week or month.
List year; 73: per cent wero due to Mount Vernon Rye, 1802, $5 per gallon
water. This would be tho right thingto Irink. C. BOUKNIGHT, Proprietor.
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do, and it would be a graceful tributeof Mrs. II. J. HANKY, -- ---

appreciation of an act ot reciprocationthat irtrART, FLA, Feb. 12, 1,)(}(). The Nation's FOR $3.20.
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would l never be forgotten, and would ,

tend more strongly to weld the f riendBhlp "San Mateo" Sent to us by Express, postofflce order or New York Exchange, we will

of tho two great English-speaking Best Cigar. send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,

nation of the world-Great Britain and FOUR FULL QUARTS

Ameilca-thivn any other one thing. /

Referring once more to Senator Bever- It,'-4 Illl Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old

Mile I and\ beautifully-eloquent, polished [ l

and scholarly speech in the Senate re- 1i'lo..idn. I Calhoun Pure Rye WhiskeyWe

cently, on tho Phlllppino question; and Why buy Imported cigars, made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored with.

Menntor Hoar's reply thereto, presented and other drugs when cnn have the Florida, loaf at five-cent
opium you pure a ship In I'LAIN PACKAGES no marks. to indicate contents (which will avoid all com
a contrast not at all flattering: to the Lit No other M. D. has ment.) When you get It and tent It, If It la imf satisfactory, return It at OUR EXPENSE: and
ter's so many cures to pricey your '3.2O will be cheerfully refunded. This Whiskey la aa"good as any f ft 00 goods In the market.
and
patriotism loyalty love
of his credit. No other M. D. has made so We are doss at hand and can give you t1UICRE1t1)ELIVLItYthan: distant houses. We have
country. One permeated and bubblingover ninny wonderful cures. So-called"hope FREE BY MAl L TO ANYl BOX: of as; .1.00 been dotng business in this pity and at the same stand for over IS YEARS, and aa to our RES-:
le8K chronic "Incurable"cases 1'O.NSIHILITV AND REPUTATION for honest dealing, we refer you to any merchant here or to
cases,
with patriotism and lovoof country, have all been cases ADDRESS......j Box of 110..$1.0;;) the editor of this paper.
cared I. not once or
the other on the danger: lino SOLOMON & LEVI
apparently ,
twice but
thousands of times, By the
ready to step Inside the enemy's camp. use of that remarkable remedy S. w_ ROwLEY'., 1023 A 1930>: First Avenue,

We look at this. man in wonder and astonishment P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA.

and try hard to make ourselves SAX MATEO, FLA.
Dr. NOTICE:-We pay Express Charges to all points reached liy "SOUTHERN KXI'RF.88 COMPANY
believe that he is the same: old re Pierce'sGolden -.- -- -- -. ,.--- - .. ," but to points on linos of other Express Companies, we prepay only to points where
publican war horse that, not only the Southern Express Company transfers to sail other Express Company.

Hay state, but tho whole country, delighted .

,: to honor only a few brief years fledical If You Have Not H. A. HODGES.

ago. Now ho, with .\gulnll1
frleo.lllin high places, are throwing Manufacturer of
every

obsUclo In the government's path thus Discovery. .and Yellow Pine Lumber.
prolonging the struggle and sacrificing, S Found What You Want. ...Cy n'ess ..

valuable: and lives. . ROUGII AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.
precious .
My hn band had torn cmiKhln for veer*
Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges/ or building in
The aspiration and wish of and people frankly told me that he would
fro
every true Intocon.umptinn.'' write. aerie John Brdrcman For Home, suppose you take a trip down and look at our any part, of Florida, would do well to wrlte for prices. The saw mills are locatedat
American should bo to have his. country of No. .H .!rth Place. Chicago, III*, "in the Buffalo] Bluff, near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any

right in all things, but his country and the wring mtaalpa of ISRH then he took nettling mea.lc.on hi.. He lung caught,cauainfr cold, Fruit aud Garden Lands>! along the part of the East Coa t. Address: II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.

his Hag forever-right or wrong. inch ttrrihle couchlnif: spells, we not only grew
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much alarmed,1ut looked for the bunting of --- ---- -- -- ---- ---
Capt. E. A. WILSOX. blood t .veiuel or a hemorrhage at altnoat any East CoastSettlers
It me. After three daya' coughing he w.. too ESTABLISHED 1880.
weak too cross the room. The doctor who lived
with ua on the ..m.. floor did him
"I think I would go with no good. I
crazy pain rent to the other end of the town and stand theuse
were It not for Chllmbcrlln'8 Palm Balm to a dn.llJiawho then handed me a bottle are flocking In but still there Is room. If you are :Bond Lumber Co.
writes Mis. W. 11. htapleton. Hermluul'e of Dr. Pierre Golden Medical UI.!..co,.ery. My
Pat "I have been alHIcted 1 with rheumatism liu.hand'a recovery.... remarkable in its.speed. looking this way, drop a line to ,
In th.day..after he began! uaing I>r. Pierefa
for several years and have tried Golden Medical Olncovery he.... up and around Manufacturers of and Dealers in
remedies for several years and have tried ind in two more days he went to work. Two JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Yice.Pre.ddent"J
Dottlea cured him."

remrdies Balm, la the without best medicine number,I but have Pain got Sick people are Invited to consult Dr. LORID t EAST COAST R'Y, LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING,
"
hold of. One application relieves the Pierce by lettet absolutely free of charge. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.

pain. For sale by druggists and med Every letter is treated n strictly private Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also] Veneered and Sawed Orange
icine dealers. I
and sacredly confidential. All answers and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.Saw .
ire sent in plain envelope* without any '
Little Brown Jug Water Filteis $1.25: printing upon them. Address Dr. R. V. Remember the ADVOCATE does Job Printing. Planing and Shingle Mills at Bond )tills, on J., T. A K. W. R'y. Yards at

and 12.50 Claude Walton, agent. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. DeLand and TltnsTille.




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Professional Cards. QUESTIONS AXSWIUtKI). Thouannds nave, Ildney: Trouble : -
I WANT IT KNOWN .

GEOROB M. ROBBINS. WALTER: S. GRAHAM.TJOBBINS Yea, August Flower still\ lies the largest > ant Don't Know: it. 'r- We Carry on Hand

A GRAHAM sale of any medicine in the clvilizoii How To Find Onto '

That It. K. THOMAS corner Adam world. Your mothers and Rr ndmothers Fill a bottle: or common glass with your Ih(' lliictl( stork to ba obtained and are prepared tot

ATTOENEYS-AT-LAW and, :Madison, keep') fresh Drug/ makes never Indigestion thought,: of Bllltousiioa using anything Doctors else tor water aJ.d let it sand: twenty-four hours; a a 1 nxi i utf all orders pumtptly. We only solicit the
fresh :Moi'kingBird FOtHl, st'I18 the bestCigars or sediment or settling -
IIouiis :From 10 to 12 were scarce and they seldom heard of business of dealers.I .
OFFICE a. m. :
/: finest Soups aI1l11'l'rflllUE'rl..tI.' Indicates an
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Nervous ---- J
and 2 to 4 Appendicitis Prostration or )
p. m.TrrvsVILLE and puts up prescription! just rlhtl'Vl'ry ,: -1 unhealthy condition -
tL ) Loi have, orders for Maine Grown
Heart
failure used l
Brevard etc. They August UH your pure
Co., FLORIDA.p. day in the jenr. Give. him a of the kidneys
o. B.II.I08.: : trial. Flower to clean out the system and stop : if it stains r SEED POTATOES.We .

Will practice I nail the courts-state and fed Thomas' Chill and Fever Ton ic..t150> fermentation undigestedfood,: regulatethe your linen It Isevidence ra -- 0a
action of the liver stimulate the puirhnHe our sued In cm load direct from the
.rat.apodal. /
Mocking Bird Food . . :2"Thomas' ;> of kidney
facilities for
examining and perfectIng Celulualt'il Maine Seed Fnims.o .
and action
of the
land titles. oiigh/: Cure . . . 23; nervous organic system ; trouble : too
Thomas' 1 Iron Tonic . . . 75Thomas' and that Is all they took when feeling frequent desire to
dull and bad headaches and nailed Stencils furnished.
with
Quotations on application. -
OAULDEN Nerve Restorer . . 50 : pass It or pain In
D.L. Thollll1S'nt'ef, Iron and Wine . 51) other aches. You only need few doses --- the back Is also .
Thomas'Kheiiitmtisni Lure 23; and 10llIlIlIfll.tllrer of Oreen'sAugustFlower, In liquid formto convincing proof that the kidneys and blad- I e --- --- I)
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, :\ make you sattafted there Is nothing der are out of order. 11'e are In the best possible pimltlon to handle your
In all the Courts of the State and Agent for Young'sMagic : serious the matter with you. Sample What to Do. i; consignments and 1 solicit thorn, guaranteeing
ot Florida, and the United States Court [ Cures.Young's I bottles at J. P. Cooper's drug store at There Is comfort In the knowledge so fur thn same our prompt personal attention.

I. U Box,238. T1TU9VIIXK, FLA. !Magic Oil . 23; Cocoa, and F. S. Ohaltoo's drug store atTltusvllIo. often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- S

Money to Loan. 18 Young's Magic Dyspepsia) Cur' .50 Fla. Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every Whitdz Wo.ltori,
I YOI1lI '8 :Magic Consumption Cure 11 Hi( wish In
curing! rheumatism pain In the
GOLDSMITH, Young's :\ ;. Catarrh Cure . 25 MOTHER I back kidneys liver, bladder and every part JACKSONVILLE, VLOIUUA. __

M. The following people were' either of the urinary passage. It corrects Inabillt" -- -

cured or found relief, after using I to hold water and scalding pain In passing ENTA11i.INIIE1) IM76.

"' ATTGKNEY-AT-LAW, Young's Magic/ Cure : [Written for the Advocate.] It, or bad effects following use of liquor

Mrs\ W K Iturbnge was given;[ up to The sky Is black, the moon Is dull, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant

TI'r.USVILLE. FLORIDA. die of consumption two years ago by No stars are seen tonight; necessity of being compelled to go often
one of New' York's greatest specialists. The wind blows high the drifting snow during the day and to get up many times M. Lane & Son
After using The Young Magic Cure As I sit here to write\ .-5 ** during the night. The mild and the extra
;
F J. WEBB, she It still living to.dILY.O hl..1' II V The storm beats hard against the house ordinary effect of Swamp-Root Is soon ,

I Y Skipper, President Second Advent This abuse where I was bom. realized. It stands the highest for Its won

!i ATTOUtfEY-AT-LAW, Christian. church, Georgia and Florida, My heart I I" sad with ,grief: just nowI derful cures of the most distressing cases.If 2S3: : WASHINGTON:\ STIIEKT, NEW: YOIUC.
cured of Bronchitis, ten years stand you need a medicine you should have the
: Will practice In the Courts of the 7th ing. Mrs Mon-reef mother-in-law of wish that it was morn. best. Sold by druggists In Soc and$1. sizes.

I Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents Dr J X Jones dentist of Jacksonville, One year ago to-day It was, You may have a sample bottle of this
, and rents and accounts collected. was cured of purILI 'MII4. A rich bank I had a mother dear, wonderful discovery "., Southern Fruit and Produce

+ TITUSVII.LK FKOUIDA. er's daughter/\ spending I the summer :Site:; always had kind words for me and a book that tells

with A 0 MaoDounell\ general passenger And kept me In good! cheer. more about, both sent 1, i1Hi .
/ arid ticket agent of the 1''' C & l' That mother ,good: and true must go absolutely free by mall,

A. D. PENNEY, I U'y, rern.xnclitm. found immediate relief For It wan God's own will, address Dr. Kilmer & nnme ok -..-,.,,..,.?.., I rcl.t.Cl.icoi.oD.:: :: :: Mrchor: to.
after' using The Young :Magic[ Cure And since[ that: time my heart is Had- Co., Binghamton N. Y. When writing!!: men ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Dr H I' Downes, )physician[ \ and surgeon, I cftunot keep It still. tion reading this generous offer In this paper. PINEAPPLES; A f'l'F.CIAJ.TSIt'IIcII8, Card, nod our quotations| fuinUhoil. punppllontlon

of Monticello, On., writes : "I have
No other one can take her placeOr
cllrt',1L, widow of ,
Trrusviir.K, FLORIDA. l.uly consumptionwith make me feel the same
The Young,: Magic\ Cllr ." Mrs As when I knew that she : > SKVKH\r' : ; VKKSONS"' FOR 1>11'1-'
was near .
Will practice In all the courts of tho 7th Mary Wilcher, an estimable Christian W\NTK1: Ollli-B! Maimwr. li> tills. state M role|
To hear her sweet sweet
Judicial[ Circuit. lady, of "09! Bridge! et Jacksonville, The sound of mother, Is to mo name. ronunt. Wlllluic ma in: to their|iu' 'own'parly.and Slaqpayebin siimiiimlltiKcounting. i | : C'J'i.cl.ro..Oc..O: : : : Fitch.

i Fla, says her son was cured of consumption The sweetest word we speak, wmiklv l>.il employment| with ,minimalopitcirtitnltU't ,
I the .. It reroiioes. IH'IOMB
by Young Cure vxi lmiicnil.
Magic |
ANDREWS But I know that she Is happyIn .,aiMrflsmiil H, A. Park J.\ClnlN"II.I.J'% PLA.;
i Rev K: K Oardener principal of Hjuild- ntnmptMl envelope.
J JAMES
I her long and peaceful sloop. 3.11 t.axt""lhu'.lInghh'III': / "
Seminary[ MontezamnIa.writes : Grocers and Commission Merchants I ]
ATTORNEYATLAW.Main "The Young:\ Magic: 'ure cured my Oh, father I ho him also !gone ,
office and P. O., TIBBAI.S, FLA. catarrh." Key W L Singleton, Drake To join her on that shore; "HOW TO DO BUSINESS DEAR 1'1111' ;--Wo I"'M: tn '1'1'' yon our .prima nil tin f..llnwllIM: grnnid. r. n. h. Jacksonvlilt quality .
Office open at Ft. Pierce on :fcnd: and 4th Town OIL., writes : liter using tht'YClUIlg' They journeyed long together bel'e. gxarouterd. 1111,1, wuuid. bit "lu",1 tll 1'IIIV8 yuururdera In any. 11I1I..lIty.

.. .. .. .. .. .
.
Fridays of each month. And now will (IItAIN. HAY AND J'EJoII.; : Beat161hunhtperII. 10 to .1*
1 is no more.I
Magio Cure my hearing part on TDK [ ..'rlb .. ... . .. .. .
A ""' """ tat
Will practice in all the courts of the much better. I could hardly hear a only wait my time to come ('nrol(1M1llia.paraxek( .. .. . . .. lien :: 'i .. .. .. .. ., .. .... .Inp
Judicial Secret Success in Retail ,.. . ... .. .. .. . lbi..af.
7th Circuit. watch tick I hear To me over the river Merchandising I h.rll. lhit par sack 1.111I Rare, ; ,t Iii i t )
; now can one ten pass lIal. whltlL"" ....,k. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.1111 Culrnngrocu'xlrlb I.r. .'.'.':::::':::::::::::::.JtV ::10
feet awaj." E'1' England'; & Son, leading When I will sing.; the praises to -Hy OKO. N. :MCLEAN.The .- hranperlinlhs .. . .. .. .. .. 1..1' .. nNinttlllArl.sepl'rpouud. .,. .. .. to 11"
TEPIIEN E. FOSTER.ATTORNEY.AT.LAW, merchants of Harlmmville, Ky., Our Lord and our life-giver. Mont CuinprQhnnHive/t'nintlral" anil Vnlil- Feed; Mtla1. .. .. .... .. . .. IIMI 'roil' 1f..U.. .. hl.k, per, lit.. .. .. .. .. ... 4M1
S write : "Airs\ Hancock, who wa in tine C. I 1. ELLIS. able rreKtlHO HiiHlnemi. anil 'How to HnoruHii w'6ent' 'gaud: qoallty.. . .. .. .1.411 to 1.111'' U."hll..1 anger' per Ih.084
fully I'c' It, ever l"bll.h..I.| | I..tt.lltltltl.hrKht.l'r 11111 his.. .. .e. .. I.I0 .'.Iollyllulb' ..... .'.. .. .. .: ::: :: : :: LINI,
last stages I of (consumption, alter using Philadelphia, Pa.,. February, 1K)0.! A text honk of praotlnAl. hints rules and ex H"y.I'er 11x1' Ii.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .1<1I 1411"1' 1'1(1.' .. :I/\I/
the Young Magic Cure, Is now able to amplm. of HIM'li rare vat,., Unit everyiiun, no nmt s'Idt'It,0liii'sANI)1)1RAL\ Ntaollporhox: '; : :::::::::" : ':. : : :: : : :: :: oIh..t

Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner Building[ attend church luul visit friend." Mr There Is no bettor medicine for the babies tor how. old and exnerleitn*"l. raniint hut tlortvaabmiliite i'ntent FlolI'd'or barrel. .. .. .. .. 4n: H"I" .nu'kera'. per lb. .. .. .. .. .. . 1N11I
John and. porltlve, value from Its. t..hh'K.- .. .. 7 Iii\ lannou. ( ',,"k"rN. pcr' II.. ... .... .. .. .. .'.151Orita "
JACKSONVILLE FLA. Drlscole, a ship carpenter on than Chamberlin'a Cough,: Remedy.Its while to the young: novice It In a hand book and Rust I..t Flllllr, per ki "rrol. : Tablo 1'n"altxs. pxr dos.. . .. .. .. . I.'WI'
.. .. ... .. .. 9.111
:Myrtle avenue, Jacksonville' Flu., Bays pleasant taste and prompt and effectual treasure of lndlapunaable: |: value.::: Meal,. per bar.barrel..! .. . ... .. . .. 1y1: \ FNalt,9rt.ib hags.. ... .. .. .. .. 1.INI
2H brand 1 Chant Wantfld.'. Full per ...
,, .. ,. .
cre. Agents .. .
he had asthma worse than any living make It favorite with 1'1. "' 3-lb.I..III. .. .... . . .''MI1I..IIh..I.
SAMUEL: !: T.BIIAYLOR, GORDON R. BUUOME.O : :. cures a Agent outfit, Inoiuilluit:the (J book on rtwelptof al E.1T9AN111'ROYIMIl18M. .nr grnas: .. . .. .. .. ... ... ... ../1
man ; tried all kinds of asthma cures' mothers and small childien. It quicklycures '1. Hook sells to every ..t..llk..l..r.. In all Heat 5gnlre'aIlaucn' Per Ih.. ... .. .. .(NM 1..t'..,.. I''''."(Ok.. .. .. .. .... . .. .. 2.15
HAYLOR & BROOME, but found the Young Magic Cure the their coughs and colds preventing lines JEFFl5oRMON: l ;J receipt of ; II Hh.hl". 'erlb' .. . .. .. .. ...0714toIe' H".II'ul"tll"", Ir .",'k. .. .. ... .. 2.111 to 8.IMI
best Mrs John Meniies\ I, wife of Mr\ pneumonia or other serious consequen JACKSON, ChliiaKO. : lit.Please lituna' per n... .. ... .. .. .. .... .. ....:t t..11: Onlnna. per hnrrel. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. 11.211
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. John Meniies, a large merchant on ces. It also cures croup and has been W1I also hnnills. Vo iiliililus. and Produce for our imslnimtrs, mad, tliuso goods| are bringing bore

Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla., says used in tens of thousands of canes with mention the ADVOCATE when 1 to'oniHtovs day. loliitwMi, in.r erato. . .. .. .. ..$t./An to f\J.IK) We are. paying: to'day for
Will practice in all the Courts of the her son had rheumatism so bad that out a singular failure so far as we have writing advertise1 'UK|>luiit.riniiaiiplHS". .. .... .. .. ..17t.1.:111: : Flint Hides, per III .. .. .. ... ... H to ..litUriMill
State. Office in Law Exchange.JACKSONVILLE ,: the bones of his ankles almost worked been able to learn. It not only cures . ... .. .. .. .. 4.Ml to SIN' Halt Ii des, |Hrlb.. .... . .. ....OK'W to JIMlltwswax
Hot Ark. -- -- UraiiKos, lirltclits. .. .. .... ... .II.\llIt.: a.7ft.a per Ib. . . .. .. . .. ...V4 to ;:q)
:, FLA. out lie went to Springs croup, but when given as soon as the russrrs. ... . . .. ..... .on' to8d18 'Inllow per' Ih' .. .... ... . .. . .. ,.O'9KW.IV1'
which did him no ,good: but was made croupy cough appears wllll prevent the Free to the Ruptured. Ttirknys, alive, per Ib . .. .. . .1\1. to IIn : Alligator Skins, T feet anil up .. .. . I,IN)
well after using the Young Magic attack. In canes of whooping o'l1llh It .:KII:., per .due. .. .. . .. .. .. ... to .21 .> r' d tn 0 I feet .."cIUp . .In tll .1It1
W. ALLEN which him Huns, earb ... . .. .. .. ,. . ./'into .411' C'IMIII Bklns, raili .. ... . .. ....:III to ....
GEORGE Cure, made a new man. liquefies the tough mucus, making it easier HI..I"Ker..e..oh.. .. . ..'lIIto ?1I1> lIu..r" .. . ... . . .a.lMlt..1.oo
show hundreds. of in I> W. S. RIce the 'V.'II-klluWI1
I
can cases and lessens the r. ,
to : severity hides
expectorate We would he pleased. to sell you your groceries and KrSIl..IY' your and handle your
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Jacksonville[) Fla., and hundreds of and frequency of the paroxysms of Authority, N MI cures from Seattle Wash., to New Mexico coughing, thus depriving that disease of MoTIM NS & PITCH
KEY WEST FLORIDA. The Young Magic Cure Co. is all dangerous consequences., For sale Fn111dnIM Remedy Free. 18, IT.III..12lI8."thU,0.nlltreet. JAl'KI40NVILLE./ gf.A; ,

Will practice In the United States backed by #:;0,0) 6)), and will donate to by all Druggists and medicine dealers.A .
charitable institution of Florida Anyone Can Now Cure ThemI.".at lieu
and State Courts. OjunOST ; any
five hundred dollars, if any resident %VIanger. 4l|>eratlon or Mil
MILLION MEN FOR AFRICA.
physician or specialist, of the Slate of Hour'. I.OM of lime from Work. PLANT SYSTEM.The

O. FRIES C. E. Florida can show more cures of 'con- To the tlioimnniln upon tlioiiMauilM' i>f rnptureilpeople .
sumption, catarrh, asthma, rlieumatisni 1 saw, as I walked up the Strand, not who are torturing: tlieuiHelveH with t,,,....
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land i). anil In inoiuaiKnry ilHiic of death from"
and paralysis.! long ago, a handbill advertising some .trall\Clllatl..n. W. H. Hue, Tin Main 8tn>nt,
and sub-divided. Mild treatment, #1.00; second treatment and It Inscribed Adam" N. Y., will urn 1 it free to all a 1.1..10' bin
legally surveyed $3.00; fourth treatment00.; ( evening paper, on wa : famous iiiifilioil' that IIIM saved so many live and Trunk Linn from Florida to all point NORTH, EA:;'', SOUTH and WEST.
Mapping neatly dono. Estimates for "A Million Men Ready. This bad the nude no tan IIIHII, women anil iihll'irnn well
Sold l via CliaileHton and.) Atlantic!
: only >vIIKNHVY old strong iiermiuiHiitly mired of old and Three" through Sleeping Cur MnuH to East Count Line.
all kinds of engineering,: works. DIs- U..THOMAS, usual 'Yellow Journal" ring of exaggeration : illtllnult, '"1'''''''''. l>o not he luifkwaril... .attoiitwrltlnir Three through sleeping Cur IIICB| to Ilio t East Via Hiiviinnah and Moiilliern Railway

puted lines a specialty. Corner Adams) and Madison Streets, ,: at first, but I realize now that will for enable.a free you trlnl.to .unit It will how oimt ennlly you notlilnxanil ian: Two through /Slopping Car Linen to tho West, ViiI Montgomery. and I I.'I: N. It. 11.Four .

TITUBVILLE Brevard Co. FLORIDA. Jacksonville\ Flu. Its announcements dues not fall short cure ynnreolr' 1 In a very short time without you, losing through Sleeping Car Linen to thnVost viii Jusiii| nail Soul thorn Hull way.
:, an hour. from::, work.' />r, Ul<*e Is iHUtrmlneil: : that: : Ono through Sleeping! Car Line to the Wont via Montgomery! and M. t&. Ohio IL. It.
The Largest and Most Com- of tho truth. A great multitude of every sutrerlng. man or woniaii .shall. know thAwOIlfl",1 One through Sleeping Cur Line to the Neat Savannah\ and Southern Railway.
truth that rupture can he cured, and
DR. UOUQHTOITS Establishment South. home volunteers are now burning to he therefore icminroiiHly sntiiht, prepalil' by mall. FORMING TIIK; OUEAT TIIKOUOII CAU LINE.
a plete place themselves in competitive com- III* mctlioil absoliitnly I fran, and you onu make a
and The New York and Florida, Limited.
::
free trial I : of.I I'. Write today wlthontail. asyon The Now York and Floildit Hjioolal
FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTSon GEO. S HACKER & SON. ladeshlp with the regulais. And raniiot! afford to miss tlilit free ami, Riuuiroue; Solid vestibule trains, stoiuil heat, olectilo lighted with oliNorvatlon, compartment,

abroad, among the colonies-chiefly offer. _____ dining and library cars ruonlnir solid between St. Augustine and Jersey City

the (Dentos) Canada and Australia-such a. spirit of Mr. O. Nllson.of Hoftn::, Minn., hail: two very are operated over the !Plant Hysteni. For Infoiinallon write,
bad scrota! ruptures' both of whit I he onrnilpermniiflutly
Now AT PALM BEACH. a aidful eagerness toward the, MotherLand at his home without suffering: any H .,C. McFadden Diylalonl'nssengerAgont: .

was never before witnessed. It lemons. losing and. time, from work lie used| the, lW; West i Hay ISt., Astor Block JuckHonvlllv, Fla.,
Klce method and of
Iti "This
say I wonderful -
FREE would be dilllcult. accurately to II tate'the Immni'tire. has .proven to .lie to tlmtroulil BA/ wr8'11nr11|>ni"1Bl"'ria'' Mlt"aif, Sl1vann..h. OIL.
exact number of British subjectsnow be desire. 1 am fully cued of two bad sorotnlIT 1
:
ruptures. and am very K."ttorlll to jri IUno fur .__ .__ .._
fired h -
to I
by longings recent ,
CONSULTATION avenge having I .ve"te.1 au"h 1I..I."fl. e all
reverses but beyond doubt the Impulse lmuplc' who .are ruptured. will use It" Mehl, your
name and. addreui. to Hr. W. K. Niue 7111 Main
with'our borne treatment. We are has reached a prodigious comprehension.
fit.. Adants, N. Y.. anti he will gladly aend yon a
physicians, and you net the benefitof That every Englishman)[ knows his peerage free trial with '"1I1..4trIlCtlll". .5e to how pull ..
by heart I have found by no means can gnieaty' easily I cure youtaelf' at hone.
No matter what .,.vul' .' .
experience lt '
our .t : : lint to countless English I ) n if .NIK. II you imciii cow
true
how .. ;- young you will'"cured sound ss. a dollar before spring
trouble is how simple or .
your men the bearers of titles are Invented work lioirln.WANTKI1.

hopeless, we can do you good, and with a separate Imagined charm Lord

If we can't we will honestly tell youso. I Meutlion, In the face of defeat has deport.e.1 aFVERArEnsoNa roll but-
himself gallantly. Lord Winchester '
Thousands of tired, weary sick MANUFACTURERS OF r ; ( MiuiuKers In this slate to rep k5l
premier marquis of Great Ilrlt- resent mo In their own and surrounding
and hopeless people have been entirely Doors Sash Blinds, ain, died of a bullet wound his spine, "au.0&1.... Willing to pay yearly ('IUKI, payable : I Ili
and permanently cured by at the Modder river fray, after persistent weekly, iMslrable employment. with unusual.
opportunities lleferenoes exchanged. Kniilimeelfaddressed :
Moulding & Building Material. Instructions to his men Just how they statniieil envelope. 5. A Park
COMPOUND should fire, and having several bullets 3M Laxton llulldlng. Chlcuro.FE1RRS.
through his helmet. Count Olelcbin
Office A. Warerooms. King, opposite paws -
OXYGEN Cannon Street. a relative of the Queen, has been 1 J I
badly wounded. The Duke of Marlborough ( r., i rc
Why not take heart again and Investigate Charleston S. C. who is a captain In the Yeomanry, ;

this great; principle. We have has left England to /go to the war. And

thousands of testimonials. Send for now It Is stated that a member of the \ ;; :

book on home treatment, wonderfulcures Sash Weights Cord and Loyal Family will soon depart Capeward. .. .- U ..
Ills rank has thus far prevented the ". ......., Em&to jIi --

to the sick etc., free. Duke of C'onnaiight from carrying out .''''''. .

Hardware. this desire but now, the/new appoint Thousands 01 garden.randapao.lnn -
DRS, STARKEY & PALEN ment of Field Marshal Lord ,Roberts C Ferry'sHemlsv
.. Masonic Home mentions Inmate
well known one
jr y. r uiiil rvrI curter The matron of a ,
GlassA will all such obstacles. .
Window and Fancy remove -Edgar I tie '.
tlieup nda4cubs
1112 Olrard St., IMilla.. Pa. Fawcett In Collier's Weekly. 'i.rtnn. liws, not paying' rrope.m seventy years of age, who has been in the Infirmary for three years,
SPECIALTY. '. ro
Otllfeb910VirginiaHomes -- -- -be ....|..'Y'"........\t...... .H.,iv lltll.........more.Iwr p.1er'rvwhoree for a great sufferer from Indigestion, and has been taking Ripans Tab.
Deafness Can not Curedby .
and
'C17R.lD with ve.tabl.kemedlea .. ... if f'I .I..t.. ,l'.always WHw.l A"worm". fnm.It .IIi ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he is
DROPS thousand H. cured local applications)[ ,as :they cannot .' M. ..,Q* ()., DETROIT' MICK.WAVThD .
'r.lI"lltoptll many _. la es..e tI. not reach the diseased portion of the ear. """" never without them. He is willing that his name should be used ina

*755leaftwo-third'of.11. .ptomsr.m.v There Is only one way to cure Deafness .' .J." testimonial it might be of use In persuading. some other person'to
-rt T" ttinnnii .lfi nd TF1!!OATS treatment I reeD and that I III by constitutional[ rented leu. as
*. B. B. GRIEWI SONS Box K..Iotl.ota.O.. Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed con ,, -- Honest man or--woman-- to- -travel- try them. A second old gentleman, In the same institution, '

You learn all about Virginia Lands, dition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian house) salary. sill monthly and of has had liver trouble for many years and
YEARS'EXPERIENCE eighty-four age
60 Tube. When thin tube gets expenses| with Increase position |mrinansnt years
Its resources, products), mode of cultivation MIII.,lose selfHultlrosseil.. st.miii4l. enittloiiv.MANAOKK also have
Inflamed you have a rambling\[ sound or finds that K.1'P'A'N'S help him very much. They t..e
,aw Caxton boll. .
prices, etc., by reading the Impel'feet hearing/ and when It Is entirely In" CblragoChoice. of the other both suffer
nurses there one thirt,' ears age, forty-two;
Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. clonml I Deafness is the result, and unless ,

for 3 months subscription to the the Inflammation can be taken out and from indigestion, causing headache, depression of 'spirits and nerv-''

Farmer Va. this tube restored to its normal condltloft WinesLlquore the Tabules and find them useful that they '
Co., Emporla, bearing will be destroyed forever; nine ors usness. They take so

cases out of ten are caused by catarrh and Cigars. always have a package In their pocketa. The matron also states

andWkllktT! at home 'Skitsearn without TMAOC: MARK which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition 41j Lll1N Guaranteed Pure. of and at times suffers with indigestion
P'LJ' tit pain Book of parttouUr DCSIGNS of the mucous surfaces. that she is forty-five years age

fl sent 'Rpia . Co."imiOMT. AC.Anrnn. We will give One Hundred Dollars for Sold at reduced causing pain and paroxysms of bekhing, and finds that UM
.
S.M WOOLLY CO.7iiie .eendtn. a.ketrhend description mar price ,
.. 104 North ..rnr SI sVirMio 0"1'0' free whether en any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) I have her
a' a "- amett) ., indeed and Is perfectly willing to
.... IraIenr0dlll: : &::1 handbook:: minui.l<- that cannot be cured by JIII1Catarrh\ Imported Tabules are very good
(U Intact:: : on Pstenu
......,.. Cure. Send for circulars, free.
BEn i. fnX.\H"1 ln* sueni-r for Mf rtiis!, Tokay Wine. name used in a testimonial.. N
Marriage Paper.Thmssmts Publll ec F'UWIW taken tbro .H Mona .* tQ: receivery.td F. J. CHENEY CO.. Toledo O.KjT"SoM from
ab. .. In Ibe Italy. .. .. -
t of advertisers. to si- node, without by Vie: ..A _A_.._ .A-- _.
Introdoatlou : Druggists, a '" .a- -tC:

from. Wealthy patrons r-f.--- =:. -r: :=
.. formal. and.enonsl.. liW word:*>. SCsCnllfic JIrn rl\a11. Hall' Family Pills are the best. John B. Togni i _. .=:, ': :: : w aert> a..- r D.Nt._
ad free to ladles amyl COpy

,._:,,- "b sOCIALAMERICAS.TsladaChis.GreatBiby .A,linen AsndMinielr, 1 of fljjjj jj JSjSal. .. I.ra T.....,...t. 13 W a : -Honmt man or..maD'--.tra"el MetropollUo Saloon lil: East Bay SC, -. -- -.
WANTKIV --
y..., bat mu"&.... 51. Sold,all ...........Iero. b"" ..; salary $W monthly and -

Mk'<. 8AMPLE.opleaolllX aU JlI.reo&, New"p"pe" itSliNN & Co.18"1...,' New York enrVme expenses..,'with_. .Increase....- stamped position enretube.MANAOJCa permanent .. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. The ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing

rnA Toledo 1M...Adv...."..Mur.eal4St.CWV54.Teledw.. srat ease receipt of lOa for ........"). ........, OOeeTa* W BU "'............ 330 CaiKm tmUdior, Chicago. Whaleeal and, KetaI1._ ,


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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE.A.WKKLT '- OUR QUADRENNIAL FIGHT.
.40 Indian River Real Estate Agency

The Presidential year is upon us. &
TO TOB DUEL- 41KIN&I
JOURNAL DSVOTBD
and the two great parties are liningup
OFHBNT or TUB INDIA BIVKB, LAKB O' FLA. '
TITUSVILLE
WORTH AND BIHOATMB BAY SBOTIONII.PUBLISHED for another exciting struggle ,
for the supremacy. Our politics I POWDER

EVERY FUIUAT.OHARLKK carpenters will soon get together i SOLUTELY"PUKE YOU would do well If you have'property to sell and wantlt advertised In this

for the purpose of erecting a plat. :* paper free of cost to you and put In tbe bands of live men, to write at once to

H. WAI.TOS, Editor & Proprietor. form upon which their respective Makes the food more delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts and put your property before the public.
parties van stand. From present B3T Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency. Why not
: be mode wWL H...Nn Mwnee r", sew"""N.
6f 1 must per-
Discontinuance B< vts. indications it !seems as if these yours.PINEAPPLE

tonally at Hill olllce or by writing. will consist of .costly H_ ______ ________ LANDS near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10.00.
platforms ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.1> per acre.
to CIIARLK material! ; one will be silver and Beautiful! tract 120 acres one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of Eau
lio made payable>
Check,etc.,may FEW WORDS FROM JAMAICA. PRESENTATJON DAYAt
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H. WAi.TO! ,publUher anti proprietor the other gold. After these ex- Gallic; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables Price, $1,000.
pensive structures have been built, ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 miles south of Titusville. Will pay $1,000 this

Address all communication to little long-haired double-breaated KINGSTON, JAMAICA, Feb. 2, 1000.) Stetson Unlvernlljr.On year and $2,000 next. Price, 7000.
Friday Oth. of HAMMOCK LANDS near Tltusville, from $5: to $25 per acre.
ADVOCATE, t. February one
IUVER
INDIAN In to the ADVOCATE from Mr.
TITDBVILLB. FLORIDA. orators with voices like fog horns G. Loutrel a letter of : be the grandest events of the season was One hundred and sixty acres, lake front 2t miles west of Tltusville good for
formerly Eden
will "run to and fro, and knowledgeshall : Lucas held at Stetson University. This day pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Pi-Ice, $5i,0.00.<>

be increased." Every man I says"I with the Jamaica was. called Presentation:! Day and a holiday -
am now employed
> artineiit of Agriculture -- -
I
U. S. ci> from the President of the United division of the I West India Trading Co., Is always given to the students.
Weather llureau-Jupiter( Fla. of Baltimore M\ l. and stationed at The morn Inn of the above day was brIght
States down to the town scavengerwill < am
I Kingston for the present but for bow and warm, the temperature being about Jas. :B. :Fours 1IIctt3l I
his faithful
\ have to declare I 00s.:> The first amusement on the pro- ,
!h" I am unable to The West In-
statement say.
The following la a comparative '
and rainfall for the adherence to one platform or the t Trading Co. Is the only independent I gram" was the basket ball, played by the

week of ending temperature Tuesday Feb. 13, 11MM! ). other and learned political do! -t!'... sit company now running to and dealIng girls' of the University. At 10 o'clock wending : G-ral.n.: ZE "'oocL, -1our,
crowds of
large people were seen
-1800- will feel their pulses and look at between the West Indies and the
-
States and the only competitor the Boston their way to the athletic Held, whel'edllfereot SEED MEAL.: NEW GARDEN
DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN their tongues to see If their symptoms sports were held. The first GRITS, MEAL AND COTTON
83 lil) or United Fruit Company has. As
78 (IS;
7 77 71
8 0 7S 70 fib :H( is cutaneous the patient cannot lions, both the United and l the West India were quite exciting;; Geo. Fox being the
their In that best runner. The bicycle races were won Agent for Gray Mineral Ash kills all kinds of insects Harmless to man
10 77 01) 01)) 4S expect anything better than a little Cos. are casting eyes ; or
by Gus Dreka. Iu the running high \
11 7S 00 70 112 wishy-washy treatment in a Populist direction and I would not be surprised jump, Mr. McQulnston did some very beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write quotations.
be Cuba
77 (14 If I would ordered to this sum
12 77 70
hospital while on the other tine jumping. Vaulting was next on the
; I have with good Lowest cash
13 80 70 44 37 mer. a good; position prices.
hand, if the malady is deep-seated people. This company is composed of program, when J. K. Hodgson was the
Total rainfall for the week: 0.11 winning vaulter. The hurdle was won Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
the and organic the "gold cure" or the richest; of B.ttlmoreans.! Owing to
normal rainfall for
from concluded the
Departure: by Maxwell. This sports
destructive Hoods which visited Jamaica
week: minus .52 Inches. Departure nitrate of silver will be prescribed during October and November the-I and all repaired home to dinner, to return -- -- -- -- -- - --- "- ---

from normal rainfall since January ], : Aside from all levity the Indications b.ullnaloduHtry suffered greatly.: and In I again at 2:30: p. m., when In the

minus .03 Inchon.HAL. are that politically the fear consequence the b.in.tna" crop has been Hiiditoiium an elugnentlecture, was given CHAS. N. WELSHANS,

1'. HAKDIN Observer. 1900 will be a remarkable -one. short, and fruit hard l to \procure.. The by Dr. U. L. Whitmin to a large .
I
number of people. The chorus class, under -
. Both the Democratic and banana, lilt you' know, In the principal article
, Republican
the' loaderdiip of Mrs. Haggles, ren-
but oranges' have
TUB rivers through Hevernl of I parties are terribly in earnest lelt' the of expuit Island, ,this season mine than In the history d".e.llIlm.. very tine music, both vocal CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER.

the Southern BtMes its a result! \ of and nothing will be left undone of Jamaica; and with alt due respect and !Instrumental which was applaudedtime ,

recent rains, hnve risen to such an that will\ promote their respective to my Floild.i friends, the act( remains and again by the enthusiastic aud
ience. Agent for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.Wilte .
that Hue and
as pineapples are
that serious Interests. oranges !
extent damage may
and IIhlpl.ed.from line I have At 4 o'clock large crowds gathered on ,
result in the near future. It is to he hoped that the "bloody grown tasted Ul the State as of the campus to witness the drilling, lu
? ever seen or I myadoption
itir'! for Samples and Pilces.
about, 100 students. Ten
dJichel'e
shirt" and other Issues
predujiced for 11 >'t>ai'<. 1 rd<" Dot make
and will he kept out of the campaign: these assertions. from any selfish motives, volleys were fired to denote the day when
is Old
KENTUCKY quiet flow, very the buildings and grounds were presented 'Phone 8. ;wv 218 E Bay Street,.
but stale facts. nccuiint of the lack
Ou I
likely will remain so until the Let the light be open honest and of the the fruit to the John B. (Stetson University.At .
enterprise among people
courts have dl'.lfled.upon whom nanly. So: far as Florida is concerned and other Iniliisttivs, are tar from being 8 clock )p. m., one of the grandest JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

the mantle of Governor shall full. we have nothing to fear In properly developed, and besides the receptions. ever witnessed In Chaudoln ---- -- --- ---- -- -
The decision when announced will this It is our boast that heavy duties Imposed. upon Imports from Hall, was witnessed by ovel.two hundred
res1ect. At 9 I o'clock strolled Into the
we fear provoke another riot of Florida) elections as a rule, are as the :StilellJer cent, on a ban"el of spacious)people. dining, I'oom. which was beautifully 8lj Baker
fluiany); cuncesHloti between the two
more or less magnitude. It IH to clean and free as any other staten counties Is hard to 1'\\.>'IIID; In consequence decorated' with tropical shrubs, and McMurray

be regretted that a great state like the Union can lay claim to, .and Jamaica" will suffer worse later refreshments were served, Including Ice ,

Kentucky should resort to such that her'record may continue to be on account of C II blbt'lnr{ neuter, and ollnm. ninnges/: cake, sandwiches olives
better mitt quicker tianspmtnliun and and colToe. The crowd left for their respective 410, 412, 414, 41O, 418 Blain St Jacksonville FJa.!
extreme measures for the mere sake above reproach) is a matter devout- the Americans with their enterprising << homes at 10:3'J: '); hoping to en-

of political prestige. That Governor Iy to he wished. Florida must ways. Annexation with Cubits bound joy anothnr such. pleasant reception. Headquarters for-

has made serious elect a and several other will find hard
Taylor ( a governor to come, andJamalc-t it to

blunder in permitting nrmed men high otllcittla this year, and w; ,mayas continue p.iying #l.fiO duty im every bar- MEETING AND BARBECUE.The Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles
to intervene in his behalf is a fact well add that we do not lack the rel of oranges she exports to tho States. ,
I and have been attachedto
am always
too obvious to admit of contradic requisite material from which to the tropics, and the customs of I Its State Convention of Stockmen and Sundries.

tion. This is a republic governed select. We also'preatct that 6S people-up bl'ijthtand early; \\Ith" cup held last year will be followed\ this year

. by law and not military despotism. heretofore, the election will be conducted of the finest coffee in the world and to by" business meeting of stockmen called "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on you wheelsat
in such a way as to exonerate work-breakfast lit 11 o'clock and dinner furlarch! 7, at Klsslmmee.' The
at 7 p. m."'-two meals a day Is all meeting is being supported by the Stock short notice.
the the least
IT is now conceded to be a fact !state from sus. one needs In a warm country like this. men', Association of Psccola county

that the National Democratic Convention )lcion of corruption. Early morning In'tilt tropics can not bo which now/ covers three counties: Osco-
surpassed nuywhcre-like the tropical ola; Polk and Brevard; and will soon be
will
in June.
convene early THE Times-Union and Citizen, moonlight nights, grand. Nature her extended to other counties. All persons HAMMOND PACKING CO.
Some western city will doubtlessbe I In the stock Invited
Is rampant' and If my Florida friends interested industry are
chosen for the place of meeting, of Sunday says: Paderewski is a could gaze upon the vegetation; they to participate in the meeting. (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co1.)

and incidents are likely to occur Pole. and knows the value of the would wonder why these Islands are so Addresses will he delivered by prominent OUR SPECIALTIES :
( liberty which mankind to such a backward. We expect: to begin the ship speakers and a monster free barbecue
that will stir the of the
pulse coun large extent owes to Great Britain ment of pineapples In a few weeks and will bn given by the people of KIs- "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
try. Trusts and imperialism will every Indication Bhows a good crop both simmee. canned '
"Coin meats."Calumet"
Special"
He is intense of the
occupy prominent places in the an partisan In size and quality. The railroads have promised cheap -

discussion, and, of course, the silver British in their' Transvaal war, Should any of my Florida friends contemplate exclusion rate; and hotel accommodations hams and breakfast bacon.

problem will again be presentedfor and says that the despotisms of visiting; the Island I shall be on- ate ample.Thonsnnds "Calumet" leaf lard.
all the Informa- of cattle and. stock of all
Europe are against England; "be'eauee ly too g ad to give I ham
acceptance. In' ether words, tion I can I am nor selling anything kinds will change hands at the meeting, Homemade pure lard.
the Chicago platform will be adopted they hate the freedom the neither have<< 1 any Hellish motives. Accept as hundreds of stockmen will come prepared "Peerless" lard
with an additional anti-expan English\ have given the world" In my kindest regards and believe meblnccielv to trade. compound sausages

ion plank nailed to the floor It this conlllct of European opinion !: yours' and all Pocking House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

iaour prediction that If the Chicago over the Boer war he adds : "It is UJoOJIS/E LouTiticr LUCAS. NOTICE.-Genuine Coca Cola can be
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}English\ liberty and justice against obtained at the fountain of Jno. K.
platform is defeated this year, It Plense write us whenever you fail to Walker, Titusville. V. 11. Crusselle
will not again, in all its phases, be the intolerance and hypocrisy of receive the ADVOCATE. agent Coca Cola!: Co.,.Atlanta, Ga. WILLIAM CLARKE SANIT1 t1IDER.
the continent. Paderewski is a
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presented to American voters. The -
leaders on both sides realize this ; man of intelligence and a patriots For Sale. The Gviii Itarhcr Shop.

hence we look forward to well as a pianist.EXPERIMENT Fine Oas Fixtures Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing, Sheet
: may a land '
determined and !llerce contest. 14 acres choice at Georgian, Artistic Hair Cutting Shaving:, Shampooing Iron Work, Pumps and/ Drain Pipe Bath Tubs Water Closets -
fronting Indian and Banana, : Rivers, partly ;-
ON ORANGES. etc., Pot'retain Bath Tubs with
-'-- cultivated. $1,1UJ.OO( ; terms to suit. Electrical Baths attached. Everything and. Wash Stands. Copper vessels of all. kinds and

TUB Florida East Coast Hallway Tree I'lnntlng, Orftftlng and General Cul Add ess COUKHAN1, BtlCKMAS, up-to-date. <>. P. ITuNTiNOToy: Prop. descriptions re-tlnncd.
(is line lot of ture. fly Florida Meet Conit ll'y Co. 3113: West Bay lit Jacksonville.
now running a passenger 22: Ilogan st., Jacksonville Fla.

train.*-four each way between Work on the expeimnntal grove and ___no _- --------- 37 Forsjth St. Jacksonville Florida.
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Jacksonville and Miami, a distance station In con rseof planting and cons trueon ,
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at Miami by the Florida :East Coast .
of 300( miles. This is certainly the Railway, la well underway and the plllnt.InA' E. H. ARMSTRONG

most popular route in Florida and out of tho grove will\ begin In a few ,

those tourists who return home lI'YJI.: *
This Grove U embrace about twenty TUB SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
without paying a visit to the beau- ores of land, oh which will bo planted Eye o SpCi .ist.,
tiful East Coast will
surely regret of aU and varieties.
trees ages Experiments nud;W A TCII JOBBER to the public.I .
it. the East Coast bud-
Along are will be made on grafting; ; and

dotted some of the finest hotels in ding;, and It U expected that many developments will sell!'the high grade Elgin and Waltham Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
will result that will bo $ fVIlKt Gold Filled ,
the world. This section of Florida tPik Watches In the Best Made 20-year t/
abounds with for the Interest to the orange Industry of Cases, $8.88 to $12.4;;. Solid: ; Gold High Grade ..--
pleasure the state. The ground la now being ,It w w Fountain Pens, l 8o> each. ***

hunter, fisherman and yachtsman cleared and prepared pod as soon tm thin : a An illustrated catalogue mailed free. Special Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick,,, ...
or golfer ; and for those seeking ball been tlnUhod the standing;will begin.; &( ,*%.Inducements and discounts to agents ,

health the East Coast of FloridaIs This work Is In charge of Grilling Uros., Office'J33 W Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


hard to beat Over the F. E. C.. nurserymen will be furnished of this from city their and nurseries the tree at. Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville Florida. Telephone :No. 2tU.

Hallway Is the quickest and short. and will also .
Pomona Macclenny. They J. K. 3IUNVERLYN, General Manager.:;
est route to our new possessions see that the trees are eared for and madeto T. D. GIBBENS

and the, live. --- -- -- -- -- -- _._
to British West Indies, -- ----- -- -- -- ----------
It Is also said that the Florida East ...
which will well tourists for
repay Coast Company. Is contemplating the 1

the visit. Do not fall to take a trip wholesale planting of citrus fruit, mangos HAY GRAIN FLOUR GRITS MEAL BRAN COTTON SEEDMeal ...0. L. KEENE...
down the East Coast fro returningnorth. etc., along the entire line of their ,
system, from Jacksonville to its most
southern terminus and that plans and Middlings, etc. etc. Dress Goods Trimmings Millinery Notions
figures as to the same are now being con- ,

ACCOKUINO Peru cannot social attend usage funerals, womenin idered.The Messrs. Grilling; Brothers have Depository for Cumberland Mills Flonr,;?Grits and Meal. Laces Gloves Umbrellas, Art Goods Hosiery, Corsets.

been down along; the lands of the East
and they do not appear at weddings Coast System for several days taking Prompt attention paid to all orders.

unless they are very intimate measurements, etc., and from a reliable Agent for the Celebrated CANOPY patent.flour.
friends.) It seems that when source It Is learned that this move of
funeral procession passes throughthe a planting has been derided upon. Get my Price LIstS-To: Dealers only. This[ Is one of the oldest and most reliable houses In Jacksonville. All .the latest

the If such Is the case, It will be a big undertaking Patterns and Style.:
streets collln is carried but backed, tip with the push, T. ID.Office .a-JSSEJ::: :: :: S. .
upon the shoulders of the pall. energy and finance of this system, the 101 West Bay Street corner of Laura JACKSONVILLE: FLA.

bearers who are followed by an problem U very possible to execute, and and Warehouses near the Viaduct.
hearse drawn nit a result of the efforts a few months C -- ---
empty by two, fouror JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
six will see fruit trees of all description ,
horses
according to the
crowing; along their route where now -
means of the mourners and their there Is nothing, In many places, but -- -- -- - -- WATCHES CLOCKS
desire for All ESTABLISHED: 137A. ,
display. the male I barren lands-Evening News

members of the family and friendsof I

the deceased follow on foot, witha County Remittance 'Wma:: -. E30-o-eS:: d<:, CO. r'r. r Jewelry Diamonds
,
line of empty carriages behind The State Treasurer at Tallahassee has l

them. As long as they are in the remitted to the several counties along _GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Presents,

presence of the dead, it is considered the East Coast entitled thereto the following h( S. ti r.- Waltham Watches, etc.

a proper and necessary evidence amounts due them from the pro- 6 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE,.FLORIDA. r L&Y
coeds of sale and redemptions tax "
of respect to walk. After ales and redemptions of tax sale cert IUates We handle only the best and most reliable Seed*. A complete stock of Hay FINE WATCH ud JEWELRY EEPA1RIJGA

the body has been committed to for the month of January 100O as Corn Oats, Flour Bran Wheat Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright and.. A
the grave those who attend the follows: dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co. SPECIALTY.
funeral are brought home in car- Brevard $2,707.23; Dade $3.23: ; Dual I Star Brand r rttli er&-arnntMd Analysis l ,Or nt( tree and Vegetable F rtlll.*, Pars Ground Spectacle and Eyeglasses. Charge paid one'way. R. J. RILES,
$1174.17; Monroe. $101.20; St. Johns, Bone Nitrate 8u<1a.Muriate of FotMli,Sulphate Foth for Kalnlt eta. These r.rUllMn bays no 225 W. Bay St., JACK son YI LLK, FLA
riages.
convince. Seal free.
will Catalog
$4.00; Volusla, $24 :27. I uperlor la the market,and a trial
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ESTABLISHED 1882. West Palm Beach. rCHnn"l'ONDICNCIC: INV1TKU. STENCILS: FVRM4II
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FERTILIZERS.'


harvest Boatmen on the lake are reaping a McCOMB & CO.
this winter.
"UI.V.I1'TE: : ] .S I

Evernla and Fern Streets are soon to Use our Pineapple Brand if you want to meet .
be shelled to the county road.

000 "VV".nshl.1g1i: : St. Now 31'or3-: ..
An eight-room cottage Is just starting with success. ....:
on Datura Street of Olive
west Street.
...Make a Specialty of... '
SUMMEO'S Mrs. Karman will add another story to
,
the Earman House as soon as the season

is over. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS:

Postmaster towers has added quite f a Ammonra, ....... .....,..............t .... ......... ... ..... ............. 4 to 5 j.i>r vent- : :
J 1 number of 111'11..111. PhoHjihorlo Acid. .. .. ........ ........................ .. ... ............. w> to 7 JUT eimtI'olmtU .BEANS. :
CRfAMtRY'S new lock-boxes, to meet the tit 0........ .. ............ ....... ................. ....... ...... ............ 8 to I) pClrt"mt.
: growing demand. t .
I Price $ O.OO PER TON, F. O. B. JACKSONVILLE,
Did you rend that big fish catch of the

Misses Lela and Smith in last
Betty .
week's AHVOUATK Favor us with a part of your shipments!

Vegetable growers In this lake region" ;;
.
crop report this the season.prospect auspicious; for a great( Largest dealers in fertilizing material in e We won't ask: you to continue If othera beat us. '


XT T TTHAT'S E: ]F. The town streets are kept scrupulously .

1 neat, and the handsome banyan trees /I the State. -

add much to their attraction
Photo CO.
ALL. Supply :
Dr. Joseph Smith, capitalist, of BirmIngham ..--- ..

( All., says he came here to stay

a. week, but will stay until April 1., All COrroisponcloneo clxeerfullv answered .

Key West. A. II. Reeves, proprietor of a large ....J.'c?n. "N Llll""' 4I. until Tvocliilc: O<>.

gold-beating establishment in Chicago, Is *
visiting his old schoolmate Mayor lr Write for Special Pamphlet. The only house! [In Ti'l.rltllelovutlng' Its tlmo to the

W. B. Curry Is home from a visit to I Whilldln.Mr. I{ODAS}{ AMATEUR.

he B iham."".
< Coleman, ex-Mayor of Goshen, N. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. -
Dr. J. N. Fozarty and bride are home Y., has purchased' cottage from the OUR 8l'1'CIfTH"ve'Iln: Pilutlng..

ram their bridal tour to Cuban and Mayor, and will nieko this place his future ,
winter live us a tilal. No trouble to answer <|I"e lIt1ml II.
'lorkU; 01 ties. home,
=ra.ol cor:: .ville, Florida:: .
51 King Street, :ST. AtTOUHriNK:, KLA.
Mr. F.ilation and Miss Alice Knowlett. :Mr. J. E. Ingralmm, third vice-preal- '"
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ore married Wednesday evening at 7 dentof the East. Const Hallway Company, --- .

'clock, Kev. C. \V. Frazer oilirl.iling.Mrs. has had l the urk l Cottage put Into tine .

James Bolton, of Cocoanut Grove, shape ns n "bum' lnjt-hou..C'. and It \Is already Tibbals. Melbourne. Eden. Fort Pierce. .
full from oftlce to attic.
ins been spending a few days In the .

Hy, the guest of Kev. C. W. Frnzer and Mayor Wliillilin Is the) most elated man Mrs. Thomas. Timer, wife of n very Wm., Jacobs' Of Philadelphia, I I. At Iho Mr. Riley paid Tltimvlllo n visit Sun
.iiiuly. In town; he predicted that every coltagH prominent railroad: I olilt\ 'Inl of Columbus UtlODK X (oehll'l K._!It.ml, RxtntM:,, situ Lnitim.Aunntlor Not hoi'by. day.
.1.tn.k, t"iniliiii mill nmlOlolw v
:Messrs.. Lawrence Hlggs & Co. havereel and l hotel on both sides the lake would. 0., arrived l In this", place; 1 list. sad. 11l11'ItI'IIII| Fire limunuien Llvoriunil' HHuti| ,.>l lnttmitlim Tho Whlsr Club met with Mrs. Curtis. 1 Dr. C I' Platte paid 1 Palm Bench A
be crowded by Feburary III<>, and has Monday, and will spend, several' weeks. |paid to Clio InU'runU nl mm roiililoiitn. -
awarded the contract to put down last Saturday evening. vbilt Thursday.Quito .
forecast Is more' than verified. Here here as the guest' of Mis. \V. II. Harilx.. ,
'ightcen lighted bo:loons along. Hawk's'IHInnel at the start of the season, everything is"chocktiblock" --- ----- ------ Miss! l Knglnnil: : ,, and. )Miss( \l'IIIIMI'tt.1.." \ 1I"t ,of vegetables' ate being
between tills and Miami. Much to, the of their host of
city
regret rr SubNO Iptlnna for the XPVOOATK
Now the question) IK, !guests lit tho Nelheiby, Snnddy.Mis shipped| | hunt. hoio, every! they.
The bowling alley has become a What is the town to do with the crowd? filemlH they have' mode; timing tlicir stayIn tho pink paper of the l Kant roaur, will bo
resort. The awarded popu- High: prices are offered for almost our circlif Mr and Mis. 1I0wIldSut/ received the Melbourne\ 1'ontofNoo. Oildley' spent! n few day with Henry Kin!,,, has started tho buildingof ,
ar manager prize anySOI.t ton left, Tiuwdiv, for their home in fiiemlK. at Ankoni: returning, to t the the now Mel I hod. \lit. rhuioli.MIH. .
ant month for the highest number of of a room, and the residents ate
LancnsttM'. (), (hi leaving I they both expressed AnviHiv: How laud nnd, patty, of Sandy Netherby on Sunday evening. "
pens The successful competitor tallied giving up bedionniH, parlors, hallways : ICrnirer and family of :St. Lucloilvtir
14,001), ) ) pins.Mr. and every ponaible. spare spot to the tlieinvelvi'N aM bring: delightedwith Hill, N. V., luis lenteil one of Mr, llitn- Eden ,and I tho Net herby are lovely, all.1wo uio visiting Mrs. Hogg fur a few
nod to bit ableto
rush of touiists. our e'n"ull'.V hoped ters pretty houses on tho bluff, for the exclaim d.ijM. '
: [ William Roberts died suddenly, join us again! in the near, future. season. : .
"Oh Kden'M bowers 'land 1 of the blest
home on Frtncls street, Wednesday 1 Ono of thin fast, trains lmh: week not .
On Monday evening a grind: oyster Mrs. Whero wo mono llud and "
Miry Mow and Mndiro IVttlt of peace text
morning, of heart trouble. His death FOIL BEST KESULTS, use only nitro- S. XV. .lonnltitt'M IUMIHO on fln, doing 0011'IIlelel'nblo
was a severe shock to his largo family powder shells if your dealer does not supper was given at thoelogant resilience Philadelphia, aiilveil here IIld week, situare Mr! and :Mm.' :Skill, from Iowa, came dainagu.. .
of W. II. Hanlt. by Miss :Ml..by and the
welcome guewta of DI r. and Mrs.
he in the best of them In him from Piilni !Ilenrh and
as was apparently cal'ry regularly stockjhave: up are! stopping
Messrs.! Price ami Loughman, in honor John ( innl. In their Tlie" past week Inns been most pel'fectwonIher .
health. order' you a sample lot of the FloHda- >( boaullfiil homo at. at the Net hot by. ; a 1..0II'. and, )Mi( '*. (:'our-
of courtesies' extended them, who aie South Melbourne. ; It could not help l| but fascinate
Hardware Co. Jacksonville.' tin from :Now York and :Mr.[ Hluckmau
,
Considerable excitement was caused In cruising on the Indian River on their tourlHt to our delightful ullmatu.
the vicinity of the county courthouse private I yacht, and have been spending number of filends tendered Mr. and fiom ,Miami..
Services held In the Methodist
the at Tibbals. The delicious Mrs. F. C. :Nicholson n pleasant surprise Mr anti Mrs. 'lliiriln! TIMmlware were
Tuesday by discharge of a pistol. boveial days of entoitaltilng .
policeman Pagan appeal d on the scene, Rockledge. oysters were served. In elegant stylo. party, I last Saturday evening/ Some very / some dimming people i Mr. church ItiHt Sunday by iv lovoiviid! gentleman
of New York A
and arrested a colored man, who, it Is After all had been nerved, they ro IwC'tty'l''nttl\ were given: to the happy and :\1 I'M. NuUiui, from l.am'iiHter\ Ohio) luigonnd ap.pl'.ohulve *
claimed fired the pistol in the air. tired.I to the pallor' ., where elegant music, youngeoupill| with bust. wishes lor a long MU. Knghind: / 1..114. cousin. Pram Itullalo, ( congrvguilon were In utlenihinco. -

Mrs II. J. Smith recently spent" a few both Instrumental. and vocal I, was furnished and prosperous' life\ as u guest ; Mr*. Kryo and I ilnnghtor/ are .
II. M. Flagler and of her Miss Elsie who
with
party consisting; days daughter, by a huge number of the talented I.alltIuruly: : morning the steamer at Mm. Ln. l'uul'nt111U'S; and Mrs. Fas-
Capt and Mrs. Lucas, Mis. Ashley,. Is at :Stetson Uuiveisity DeLand.
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There weio about twenty-live Silver suit and daughter at the COUNTY COURT.
Miss I'o'mroy and Miss Keenan came guests. King, with Capt. Nimbitr, and RIO Netherby.Taesdny ,
Last Thursday night the young peo- guests, and If the writer la a judge, all John Houston' pilot, loft tho )Molboiiino
down on the steamer City of Key West evening(! Ills 100 h"I"" grand;
last week. Immediately the arrival ple gathered at Dr. Scofield's pavilionand spent a most enjoyable\ evening. dock for a day of pleiiMiuo( going Hist to time at the Nelheiby ; music and. duneIng County Ctmrt donvontxl on Monday. ,

enjoyed an old-fashioned oyster week has boon of Mlcco, to visit Joseph Williamson's. fo''LI'IIIII'Y 12th, lit 10 o'clock Judge 1).
of the boat, the party came ashore and The )past one outing weit Ihe pilnoipal\ feature The ,
t took a drive around the town. roast. and great sport for some of our residents bountiful orange glove and pineapple, cake walk was executed by Mesdames L. (Iftulduit, prehldlng. Tho .following,

II. J. Maeruder\ of Oak; Hill, came and their guests from the north Last plantation, where they -weio kindly received ll.inis: Sutton Racy and Cuitl.*-the or-. jlll..HIIIIIIIIW"I'II.1. to their nntue: I). A.UHlln -
The Circuit Court has been busy since down lasfweek and launched Mr. Day's Tuesday, with a blight moon shining on by the owner, anil treated 1 to orIIIIICPH Iginaturs.lellld/ not bent III) then gismo .'Calm' ; 0, I*, Flood, TlHmvllle, J. L.
Saturday with the case of Littler vs. the ; from then the steamer started for Kyvur! !Mini. K.: II. Curler Turnbull
J.
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sailboat, the hero, In which be retuiuud the.sparkling wateis temperature equalto refreshments, such an the hostess, of theNelhurhy ;
Venable Construction\ Company.. The home. a Mayday!; the launch Buckeye, loadedto Kicildoiino, Homeland l, but at the mouth can nerve, MI'II. lildley' road J.llopkliiHPlnciliti] ; Will I Illli I LaOrange; .
jury returned a verdict in favor of the of the lSoha..tiull'lver. : the steamer got C. l". Rnitd. TltiiHVille J. M. Osban.MItiu .
Its full\ capacity with a jolly party, by palmistry the (hands of several, ,causing ;
plaintiff for $.1,118with( interest at 8 per Miss Harriett Battenfield and Miss sailed; for.Ankona, where they were Invited stuck, and but for the kindly uHHlntanru much fun. Lea'o taking came too ; K, II. Ollmon, K. J\, I.imlny, F. A,

rent. 1 loft. W. Hunt Davis was the plai ntill's ,' Ethel Wells, of Columbus, 0., Are the to attend the school commencement of L. (.;. Mooin, with I his launch, J Krcllilonnu .soon, and nil agreed that It WItS jhe most Wrightanti Jainew 'J'. IIlIlIltett, Tltiisvlllo.
attorney. The case was the building guests of Mr and Mrs. L. W. liattenllold. nml Mr. Campbell: thoie IH :
which was a 'great success from no excellent, event of the Reason. StHtetif )Floildu VII Wm. MrKenrle: for
of the long wharf for the Venable beginning: to end. The Ankon.t (Glee tolling! how long the /Silver King would I .. -- selling \lliiior'] III Conoii, without license

Construction Co. some time ago, to carryon About 50 persona front this side-(including Club furnished elegant music, and the have bail 1 to stay there, its neatly forty --F: nn Nov 4th 11<11111.!) McKenzie, wa an eniploiou .
the large government work here. weio on board Mr. kinif-( Story of u Nln*(>. ,
many of the hotel guests-attended refreshments served were highly spokenof People Moore of J.I D. Crabb. The Jury brought,

The handsome residence of Mr. and the dance at yulianola on Friday by tho Buckeye party. Wednesdayand ; the pansongeis to hU homo, To be hound hand. ,and foot for yean In. n verdict of nut guilty ; there wa

Mrs. Geo. II. Curry, on Easton street night, and pronounced It a perfect suecess. Thursday> was spent In hauling In where nil were welcomed by Mrs. Moore. ; by tho chain of dl"eam> in. I the worst another charge fur 110111 nit liquor' on Ort

was beautifully decorated Tuesday night, the gamey bluelltth to their hearts' content Many of the passengers returned homo form of slavery George D. William.*.'of :Jo. 1011, which was wltlidinwn l.y the

the occasion being an at-home given by The flint day both ladies and on the steamer, by moonlight, but fifteen Manchester: Mich\ toll how such n slave J'I'UNflOllllllj.f Attorney, us well, n* two
Miss Louise Curry to her numerous The Cocoa Gun Club held a "medal gentlemen: returned wl\h.ble'mlillg' lingers, of them remalnod at Eiclldouno Inn, un I was made free.. Ho *ay.: "My wife charges( against J, D. Crabb for Helling
shoot" last Saturday; at which 'T. O. Tuesday, the !guests of Mr. and on tic same dates., 'V, L \
the lines MetrnlOostil-
friends In this city. The spacious verandas cut by etc., some catching! 1111'11'1 has boon so helpless for live year'* that
inclosed by lattice-work, were Ronald won the medal. The Club has many as seventeen! bluellsh ; but the Moore, returning/ home on tho ahe could not tinn over In bud ulono. led by A. D. Penney, defended, I the no-

brightly .Illuminated with evergreens, sold Its trap to the Sebastian Club, and second day, being more experienced, train. Mr. Moore treated his /guests to n I After using! two potties ofKloctilo lilt OIIBOll.Stuto.

(lowers and )Hags. An excellent orchestra will now order a Magau' trap, and be they nil wore gloves; and were even more launch ride, on Tuomhiy morning, up tore, she I 1M wonduifiilly. Impioveil and of Kloililu vs Wm. King, Wm.

was In attendance, and dancing was strictly up-to-date. successful. On !Saturday one of the that famous Sebastaln ilver, whli'h I III able to do her own work. ,' 11d..supreme Collins and Jark lluik, aggravated J

continued until a late; hour. The /guests Monday afternoon the Misses( Paine largest and most enjoyable picnics of the the poitnmann' \paradlHo., All were 'pro- remedy for female dlnousr quickly cure suit F, J. Webb was retained, to look
of by Miss\ 1, Gertrude fuse in their praUo of Krcllilouno Inn, nftor the I I thioe defeuditntH who wore
were Invited at 11 o'clock into the dining entertained at bid euchre, In honor season was gotten up nervoimnoHH. nleepleNyneHk melancholy .
room, where refreshments were served. Miss\ Luke who U spending the winder England: : honor of her uncle and aunt, and their hospitable host and hostess.Do heudaehlK, backache, faint,lug/ and dlziyspells. ; dmcliaigwl.. '
and M }FusHett and their ------ --, Slate of Florida" Robccoii Mo.1" WaiinrreHted
with Mr. and Mrs. Wm M. Merwin. It Mr. re. daughter, Thl miracle working/ medicine y
colored Cuban woman named Julia was a most delightful affair, and the Miss Clara, of liulTalo, X. V. At eleven you want to buy or sell propertyon I Is a godsend. to weak sickly rundown ( on Januiny. nth, charged. with

lcl1'1was( recently found dead In her pretty )>11..es'weJ'e. secured by Mrs. G. A. o'clock W. II. Hatrls,. with his launch Ir.dian River ? If you do, write the pnoplo.' Every bottle guaranteed. Only having committed IureonyIn stealing a

room on Whitehead street. From all Otis and J Mrs. V J. Simmons. After the Ouckey; J, T. Wateis, with yl\ht Irene, Indian River Itenl Estate Agency, Tltim- fill cents. Sold by II. It. \VIUun. & Hon'sdrugglHt imntlty| of wearing apparel belonging: to

appearances, she had died at least 48hours game, refreshments of Ice-cream, cake, and /Saeger: liros., with yacht Madelio vllle, FU. See ;IajeI.. her sister, Rod taken before Justice Wilson

before. A coronet's Jury was coffee, ante, etc, were served. The with just the people on board who know who remanded! her to County Court: ,
formed by County Judge Kemp, and weief Jfesdimes. Porcher, Simmons how to have good time, sailed for the : chniged. with the old offense( and, nn additional .
filter
guests : '-Do dunking water ?
you
after your
an investigation/ returned a verdictof the beach and Daytona.Mr flue of which
Lapliam, Jerome, Bradley, Laugh- pavilion on ocean by one trespn, wan
death from natural causes. The room : tin Nagcly,' Otis, Chattlold l and Hatch; o'clock the large table was loaderl to sprung upon her five nilnutv, before she

where the woman was found was a and the l\lslleIlYollnll, Luke, Van Woman its full capacity with everything that I>. A, Ulodgett has returned from Lotus. was nrruliimind before, the Court. Tr,,n-

picture of misery, poverty and despair, Barnes, McChesney\ Hreese, Smith would 1 satisfy one's appetite, 'and nnoldfashioned a trip down the East Coast. puts was the llrt charge hoard; ; ImforaI .
foul-smelling and filthy. It Is Impossible Williams Patterson and Hard"o.Georgiana. oyster-bake was In full r they I had gone fur with flue curse tho
to Imagine how a human could live a Maul, and, the luscious bivalves were Commodoro and Mr. C. 0, Burgoyno 'r, (G. Ronald) ,,"''onclCII. the .ball at Jiitlfffl stopped It, directing the Jury to

week In such a place. The woman had served on half shell and every way to tart, this week for Havana.; IndianoU. Friday night. bring In a verdict of not gnllly. She wait.
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evidently been con Hoed to her ,room to suit the fancy of those present. After The ladles, of the Congregationalchurch S. A. OH teen attended, to business InCocoi then arralnged A second time, rbargeit
for several days without attention, Bolas dinner wan served and sufficient exercise In last; Thursday. with cornmllilng. larceny, In stealing the
a house
gave supper thoOpora
there was nothing; eat In the room, had been taken, those who hail bathing I above mentioned goods. Tim Jury returnrd !-

It l III possible that she died for. ,want of Dr. Munson' wife from De Land, ar- suits lost no time In taking a dip In the onfuesday night. bliss Mandu Hardee spent .Sunday In n verdict of not guilty. M. (loldr<

nouiishmcnt. llved here, last week, and Is visiting rei.ativos briny deep, which was much enjoyed.It Col. Howard, of Michigan[ who I la win Rockledgo with her parent., a* usual. smith, assisted bv A. D. Poiniey, prose

of her husband. Is useless to say all were delighted tering here, left, Sunday, for a month's J. A. Booth and family, of Ilranlhty, muted, and F", J. Webb ,defended limo nor .

DEALERS' will please note Florida with the day's outing visit to Cuba. Ho was armed with his werv attending. service here lust Hunday.' curod.
Mrs. Plerire and A/ B. Carter were passengers kodak.
Hardware Co., Jacksonvilleare selling Mnnaon's sail boat to Bean I Is about
'In Fred planting at tiindHtlll
a
kerosene oil heaters at cost.Mims. SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS. :Florida Our community was vqfy much shock ; [{Send the AKVOCATK an order for any
Cocoa and return, last Friday jut a few more, but nearly all have
I Hardware Co., Jacksonville.; ed at the death of Mrs (toss of Palmetto finished. Jo h, printing you need']
Mesdames Clark and Gilbreath and' A ve. She wa universally 1 respectedand

Miss Annie Summerour who left here a esteemed. Milton Padget hiss (been quite sick for FINANCIAL 'ST TEM'ENT OF

short time ago for their homes near IIIwaraee Banyan.Another several day, but I I..* a little butler at thin
College, Tennessee, arrived safe When you want to keep pouted on the writing.We SCHOOLS.

Gardners are busy planting for the ly, finding Ice a foot thick and the river various happening along the Fast Const, -
northern cold wave has off the always real the ADVOCATE-tho pink are having some nice spring weather -
run
markets. frozen over In places. What a contrast. Trresvtl.ar, FIA,, Feb e, iiNK
track. '. paper of Florida. at present-warm, and 1I1."werli now To Ion.( A I... A. Hutwurt.,
Mrs J. W. Hawthorne spent Saturday Capt. Symmonds1. youngest son, a and then. ('lurk Clrmilt Court
with Mrs. II. Roberts. man of about :20 years, arrived Strong south winds, a hazy atmosphere In the municipal election on Wednesday Blr:-In coniillanit. | with Hwitlon 8, Chapter
young visit to his father mother and an occasional fog, remind. one of i interest centered the school trus- One could) not tell that a front had visited .. 4:trd, fA.ws of ITIorliU, w. h.....liy nl. will yon
Mr. Emmons and daughter spent Wednesday Friday, on a u* tlm following Itxiiilxml. statement. of all Mlimilnionoyit
In !Irs Black's spring, and likely a dry one. tees. a lady having been nominated all a now, all nearly everything* .
in and sister, who are living : very rwel. ... .il",piToprliitlori.. nm.l* and. l w.rr.nt. .
Tltusvllle. The Captain lit delighted with member} of the Hoard. grown out of It, and with the II ne !grow. i..nim.j l,,r the mouth ending' lh. II tit day
1
Rev. J. will hold services place. Ripe guavas are again on our tables. tog weather we have. had the punt week, of Fuliruary, A. i>. lw' .>.
E. Mickler this climate and section of the country. /Somewhere about the the fith ,
here A few years of mild, old time winters prox.we all the younge beans have won. "' elTibA' ru tit,
Sunday morning at 10:30.: "Uncle Hughle" went to Cocoa, Monday and Banyan; can start a cannery for her I are to have a circus, and doubt are derfully. grown liMani. In tr..iwury leI r"|HirTotnl .. .. .. ...I 1 Tit
mnnth.TwUl. -. .. ..
to whether the reCJCIII' ilurlng ::1:11 ,41
expressed as
juvenile
Mrs. Strahan has been very i III all this after medicine and ice for his sister- guavas. I ------
week ,element, will ell) Itself Justice in school .. .. .... .... .... j'xt7: ;
with la grippe, but is now improv in-law, Mrs. J.Y. Bruner, who is no Messrs and Mlddleton the Prevented ..... ..
ing. Chambers calls Dupont sawmill tat week. ,Tmireiljr.( TUMI' warrants t>.IIt l by troaxurer" ._ .... :llIIII'J
I I better. Dr. profession men, were over from Pineda last Timely Information given Mr George N.la.m.lit. trtfiMnry. ..... .. .. .. .. 427
Mrs. S. J. Gray is spending a few days ally twice a day. Mrs. Welnberg came week. They purchased sixteen line buff Saturday night was a record breaker Long, of New Mtralntsvllle Ohio irr.Mi.F.rIM; > IIIWI'II'T..
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this week with her granddaughter, Mrs.C. over from Cocoa, Saturday, to assist I In leghorn fowls, to be sent to Hastings. i In the history of the Opera house (Jorton' [ a dreadful tragedy and saved, prevented 1toIlCI".ln, &....."., | ( ro 'art .. ..711
two
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taking care of her friend Mrs. Bruner. New Orleans Minstrels were here, rrurTex (o.It., ..n&"H'I I levy l lnw.. an: :'U
C. Osban. Monday the 12th was W. II. Sams 73rd live*. .A frightful cough l.alloolt, kept fnirn'. T.. (''11., county nohool' I l-vy, lu? a su.
and ten minute the .
within of
Sunday School openingof her awake ...m Tax ('o'htn&or'I',1I' lax, ..
} every night.; Mho had tried | HO")
He the
birthday that
Mrs. wan recipient
Rufus Herndon and daughter, on the ticket olllco It nuts .
another her I was standing room niiu rrsasunr, railnniueliin of '
MU Sallle, are visiting relatives in Mime, class, friends, gave In a hon surprise day of a firm lend cake with the number 'only. lint Gorton always doe draw a many reinedle and doctor but teudily l teml* IS. 7-*. .... .... ... ... .. 4 S*
for a few party, Wednesday evening, : "73" in raised figures on It./ The growing worse until urged to try Dr.
days. or of her birthday, which was January i Major passed slices among his. friends.It i big hou8e.i King' New Discovery. One bottle Total rwalpt... .... .. .. > ;IIIirieMiEi

Messrs. Hal lard and Kyzer were hunting 31st. The party had been planned for i One of the prettiest entertainment wholly cured her, and she write this ,, : > xrcm: irL-iir,. "
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at Cabbage Slew thin week, and re that date, but was postponed on account Saved IIli) Letf. for many a day wa the "Minuet and marvelous medicine also! cured Mr. Longof John 1C"ltan..siary>alnrl .oiiiintv 4..... ....IL1.T70O 75IMI.
turned heavily laden. on the death and burial of Mrs. Flora :Gibson Pictures," by some of the young a severe attact of Pneumonia. Much .",lm If. Htun, tramline rapt o. Hiipt... loll
Wlttfeld, which occared on that day.Illsntarck's P. A. Danforth, of LaGrange Oa suffer/ people of thl burg, one-half the cure are positive proof of the mate Menu H. V. IlIh".. |I'''r Ul.n> and mllauuo. asunmr.srhoer.l.
John n. Jams, County Superintendentof ed for six month with a frightful run. proceed merit of this grand for .. .. ... ., ... 11 00
therefrom toward the I ub- remedy curingall
going
/ J. M DI .
Puhllo Instruction; was in Mime, Friday lxon, per dl' m sad uillo****.
his but writes that
ning sore on Jeff, lie Library and Heading Room. throat, chest and lung trouble mpiiiljor bits.l. 4011
colored
inspecting the white and Iron Nerve. Uucklln's Arnica Salve wholly cured it Trial bottle free at B. R. Wilson A Son' J II Hun>. olllu sep ('0 anil Boanl 1O 00
schools, In ten days. For Ulcer, Wound, Hums, Drug Store. O r rs.Idl..m, ./ bal bil'tf hates ):den no 13: nil
health. To The
Was the result of his splendid Oeaf. Tmn Johnwio,
tank for Cotrwnain.: ... in Of
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ballon spent partof Indomitable will and tremendous energyare Boils, Palo or pile it's the best salve In --- (1rP&.IdlsonirutraroforCeo' .a.tn.. .. Non

lane week. guests of Mr. and Mrs. inot found where Stomach, Liver the world. Cure guarrnteed. Only 25o A rich lady, cured of her deafness and Tltuflvllle faiindry.Mr J Prltvharil A Hon raurot, 1ltii ,/lll. n..2 e0ltosdl.nnhee0rrentofebnttl

Kobt. Mime, at Bonaventure, returning Kidneys and Bowel are out of order.If Sold by B. 7t. Wilson A Son' druggist. noise In the head by Dr. Nicholson's falat"''*.no 9 2W 37.1

home Saturday. you want these qualities and the success I, Artificial Ear Drums, gave 10pJO to his Oeo Cook, of Tltusvllle I Is now Anwrtranikstk'ofree Oxt-lHHik. .... :cared

Philip Roberts entertained several of they brlpir, use Dr. King's New HAVE YOUR DEALER order you one Institute, so that deaf people unable to prepared to do laundry work of every li Honthtirn I B Hona/br Brbonl-lbiok Insurance DiMMltorv all school hnlitilees eooo

his friends,Tuesday evening, with games, Little Pills. They develop every powerof of Avery's high-wheel hand /garden procure the Ear Drum may bare them description. All work guaranteed anifiirnltnr ... -, SITM
mu.slc and singing, and all enjoyed a brain and body. Only 23c at B. K. Plows from the Florida Hardware Co., I free. Address No. 111: The Institute, Leave your washing at O. F. Duren'. E W Hall on. pull lax oullMit led bjr error' I W>

very pleasant evening.. Wilson\ & Son' drug store. state agent. : 780 Eighth Avenue, New York, N. Y. corner store, opposite. AUVOCATK office. told xpemlliur** .......JOU3O

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hundred bushels HIVES FOR... WINTER.

Florida East Coast
. Potatoes remove A Cheap Clinnt pranK..m"Dt-lIow to Ry.
]Mow !!....

eighty pounds of "actual" Potash There Is no better arrangement for TIME TABLE NO. 24. IN EFFECT FEB. 1. 1900.BQUTH .

wintering bees than au ordinary dry
the soil. One thou- BOUND (Read Down. (Read Up) NOBTH BOU D -
from goods box mode luto a chaff hive as .
N",1I1, No.II7Nu.I!INo.2PNo.II6No.211: NO.JH No.7fiJo.iMi Vo.wt) No iI
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shown In "'J" 1, and the manner of fixIng UIii
of fertilizer Dairy D.t17 Dally Daily Daily Daily STATIONS. Dally liully Dally; Daily DWIsx. .J'
sand containing
pounds a It Is so fully explained In the pic- MOD. .Jthl. oz t ei yy

ture that no further direction Is need -r45jjj 1-ahTal\ \ knit Lv.J'kvtll! 1e..Ar "TSOp Ti Tp 1b li5s
8% "actual" Potash /1 fiL4c\ II ab 11:2tp 1 Wp 104 a 8 tua A.rii.A''tlneLv 0 lOp 0 flap! II tip e da lUta, U
ed. The side of the large box: In taken ............ ..;... ...... lObI' 106Ua 8 66 LYi.A.'II't1D.Ar.. OO/lp) O'p 86611 01ta .. .. ...91p.>>
will the amount off to show bow to arrange the hive of ............ ...... II Ua .B..I1n 1v: B81p.' ' .. .. .. ...:'
supply just been. The hive Is tipped at one side fiIr SQyIlf ............ ...... IO 1dp 14111' 11 eta 9 Ste ArE.. faint i ..Sl&p44Sp.! .. ... .. ....:
needed. 'de up .... .-..-.-. I lOp 1 OI\alUU6a\ Ar.JPalutk ,.Lv 4top '..-- -. .. ...-.......
If there is a to show the bottom arrangement The f.. .1.....,: : _: 1116& 0 lun L..P..I.tka..Ar .j.!lOp!! ..6lUpi!! ...... ..... .. .. ..... :
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side In placed back and the entire space ,....:::. .. :. .. .... ...... 7U0p f'1 ArdaokauuLv, .'' '' '1,7:':":':: = ::::':-:
ficiency of Potash, there will bea between hives Inside filled with dry ... L.......,. ... ...... .. ... 81&0 816aLTfiua _M.teoAr dl 1 ,1' p ..... .. .... ..

chaff, roof added and all .,,.mNCF R .,. 10i6pOp\ 1f/N.--gSa LvE.PalatkaAr. : : 6 4&p"J12ii 0i -
good
a painted { JJ -...
fialling-ofTin the .. 111d1", Uf.I6p 111\IIo10 .Ormond Lj 84dpBtlop .lIIIp 10ti .List. 1I
crop. up nicely as shown' In Fig. 2. ; II ..,... Is9D slap Il1a! lU 6IIa .Dayton Uttp 661' 'U .
o We have valuable This arrangement Is Illustrated ID I!i Ji .. tRip: lUI .\.... 8261' 'Illp ... i
some .1..Jj ...... i2orli flop UtpllNa "oPOrangw"amyrna: soap 'U'oIp vlr7 i'olia fi Uii
Farm Field And Fireside, In which A. '!I :a .".. ...... ...... 9171' ...... Hill. 14111' ...... ...... ...... :: .
books about composition .. .... l8 68a Hllp l58pl:116p: : Ti tun rill. 81Up tl IMp 6871' 81Ga
telling II. Duff also tells about
moving been. 135: fl ...... .... .. 8 I lip City Poinleap... ... ...... .... i II ap II.
lIe says that moving them clthfr longor ..J! .... .. ... .. 6'DOp lt26p lJ141p ....OOCO.. : IBfip ....... p it -A t.II
use and value of fertilizersfor short dillta nce.,, sbould be done before 4o4 1: ...... .. ... 1111II1' 11/41( "Booktedge' liJJJp134Up : ...... ..?.. .
7j1 'bj l' ...... .. 627p .UIIp 1114" "EauO.Ws": 487p ... .. Go' !
cold weather They should' be located ... .. .. 6ebp'tap lip Melbourn 1H blip 200p. /78p ...... '".Ill)
various crops. They are on the spat where they are Intended ..I a...:........... 600p ...... It .Ro eIaw1. llBOa ....... ...... ..
..... .. ..... 60111'..... "..xlsbwtlen"1152. ...... ......
sent free. *' during warm weather to be y ..... .. .. ... 607p ..... .St. Luole. 11 Utta. .... .. ...... t.l! f....iff

GERMAN KALI WORKS wintered .*o as to be thoroughly 'acquainted Lg: ::1 .. ....::.... .9... .100p..... 8'Tp OUOp( .810p..... u...'.Ibiboloi..: 'It. lOBAaiaifiplOtJUa! ...... .801\p.. \ 1262&.. ... :'. RCR

93 Nnuu St., New York. with their surroundings before j lit ..? .. .... ...... 81Up ..... .Eden. .." 10lfla: .. .. ....r.. .. .... Ii' al'ji':
-- -- cold weather seta' In. This not d.... .. .... ...... Otltlp..... ...Jeu..o.. 10 la ...:.. ..... ...... .i 1Io
-. Tri-Weckly Sailings 1"i1a. .... .. ...... ...... 04111' ...... ...!Btuart.: IU ... ...... ...... i-!=l
Free and only answers for long distances but ,n-:; M ...... ...... 117p. ",.H.Bound. .u.. ...... ..... :1'"
If be : .... .. .... .::.:: ''I1IOp ...::. W.Jupiter ......:: ''hll.J .
more especially so they to
Accepted A///,,, // Masons. are 1111-4"; '" .. ...... ...... ... ... ... ... W.P. 'ch" 8fi76Ua.1000a 12Opl066p i :!'
v ,/ moved about lu the name apiary. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ?a"::jj 1- .. .. 11401 906p 82.p SORp ArP.B'chlnn" 84u"10188. If.16n letup ey9g
If colonies Are thus changed 1 Just at : ... .. 64i'", II lOp 8Rp' ft 18p LvB. P'clana 8tha,102On. 11,'P 1J 461' jI;
.. .. ..1111:1&: 1IOp: 8111'11'' 628p ".W.P. B'chAr. s20a CSte12/ty102ep
the beginning of winter, when they do at Charleston, ) 'ni 2: "' -;.... .. S14a ....,. II04p... .. .Boynton.Lv ...... ... OapJ f e:
No 00 not have a chance to mark their new .!i.g... i.. .. 6 ... 91'p .".... ....Delruy.: '74 o66Ha ... ... 9 kip ie It J
Indian FineCalling the Coastwise li5 . beat........10011'' .. ... .l".L'd..e." \ ........ IIIOp i:
.
location by frequent flights.: It will result The p in Service I ...1.11" 7 87a1... ... I0 4tlp Lem City: &17a.p.:. 811ip .11
River tunllle, In Irreparable damage and a heavy : ,.: '1 I'm 1050" '1 10n Ar Jllnmt. 1\ tn 11'Nffi II HOn p t I;

h toss In be.... The only safe plan to 'i''a'UN ae .oe tl10k.at tl11LUWwllere Lnaetl 604 "..o"u.
Lodge AsrX Flol'l Holds, If" mooting' the nocoinl, and fourth' Fri. Ju Between Tltnivllle and Sanford.I .
Direct nction.iS
service Between City
,'la' of fwhmnntb. a" the Itullim River hotel, move the hive a few feet each day that .
'J'iuuTlllo at T:OH o'clock. I'. in. the bees u 8TAT1ONS. Kb.:4 iNo.4 N.ll HTATlONtd.
i are flying until the desired. Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. I ( : : f/ A. A. Huiwnrt. \Vonthiiilul MaHtcr.. pot In. reaohed.In 4iapllefw/. ewlSm rna..Ar &&Jr.p '7 UUp /uuaLv........... '' -.. ;.A. Imp;
II. K. Wllnon, Senior Wanton.J. .. ...... .
Luke U.lon..Lv ..
lOOp lIMp X4'p: 6 OOp thin .Mlm..L.
.. H. Walker,Junior I Warilnn.F. tffls manner the bees will follow (Calling at; Charleston, S. C., both ways) 6U7p U'5p Orange City.. .. :SUM: 5Dip 82Nti: ..........:..Oateon85Ua .......... .. .. 1117 lisp.\
L. Curriitliprii, senior l 1Ion.. the! hive and find tl&lr home: BlSp\ 183-, ArOrangaU'y(, Jet.It g'.Til 5Utn ....,....Enterprim' ,........ IlUtlluut
SEMI-WEEKLY
K. A. 1."HI..y.junior Uaiicon..F. way. SAILINGS: 111101\ Ar ..........Hanford. ......... .
M.J>>I,01l. Tr'amirer.K I' Southbound.... ....... ........ .. ... ..... ... .... .. ... .. .... ..from Lewis \Vhnrf, lionton AU trains between New bmyrn. and Orange
A. Morgan Harretary. Northbound ..................... .... .. .... .... .. from root of Hogan Street, JacksouvilleClyde's City Junction dully., AU trains between Tltusrllle and Sanford
A. roHi'lier, Tylpr.F. dally: except Sunday.
a. 1 Between Jaok'ville
Chitiroe" and Pablo Bcaoh.
C. H. Walton } Stewarde. St. Johns River Line. These Time Tables chow the times. at which
.'w 15 MTAT1ON8. No.11)) tr&inn and boats maybe expected to arrive nnd

BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFOIID. -6 UOu Lv.. .,",,0. Jacksonville. .. Ar -OUftp51ftp but depart their from arrival the several or departure stations at and the ports time,
... .. ... '
5 tOn Ar..Pablo Button Lv fltatod is not nor does the
Jacksonville, PalatkallIontorU.: Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate landings on the 8)John's River., guaranteed Com
PaIn full AU train btitwiwn too. Jacksonville and Pablo pany hold itself responsible for any delayer
STEAMER lieiu-h dully except !Buniliiy.! any GOD uenree arising therefrom.

"PIttDcDAUY.; :: ."

r,, 1 Jh 4L CAPT. W. A. SHAW Florida East Coast Steamship Co.
rtr1 l In Leave Jacksonville 3.30: p. m., Sundays,Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Periods Leave Sanford 0:00: a. in? Enterprise 9:80 a. m., Mondays,Wednesdays, and Fridays.. PROPOSED SAILINGS I

otherwise CHEAP: CHAFF'would RIVB FOR become WINTER lost Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 204 W. Bay- St., Jacksonville. nIAMI.H v ANA LINE, .

they orenter Leave Miami Sundays and Wedne dI\7s......,............................................11::00110.a
other hives In which case they W. H. WARBURTOX, T. P. A., F. M. IRONMONGER, Fla. Pa s.Att.( Arrive Havana Mondays and Thursdays" ................................................. 8:COp. m.
are ovorcomo by LydIa E. are liable to be stung to death'by other 6 Bowling Orean,New York. I HHV..st Bay St.!! ,Jackionvllle, kin. Leave Httvana TuBHdayn and Fridays.. .. ... .". .,... .. .. ......,..................ll'UOa: n..
O. P. LOVKLL Asst.Fla." Bunt.. JOHN. L. HOWAIIU, rtuperlntenileiu Arrive MTami Wednesdays and Katurdttyn.:....::.. .....,,'?.. .... ...... ...... 6'OOa.: m\,
Plnkham's Vogetablo be('". There Is less loss In this respect Jacksonville, Fla. |I root Hogan Ht.!! ,Jaokaonvllle, Fla.
during the autumn months than'at anytime TIIEO. O. KOKlt. T. M.. 0 Bowling Greeu, New York. MIAHI-KEY WEST LINE, .

Compound. during/ spring or summer as the ChesebroiiKh BnlldlnRr.WM.1U /State P CLTUK St.. New tout CO., General Afccnts.. ,. ... Leave Miami Mondays Wednesdays and Frltl/iys.........................,........;....11:80p.: m.
bees are lying Idle the greater part of in "HO.' Oel w re> A" Philadelphia. Arrive KAY Went Tuesdays, Thursdays and Hntnrdays: ...... ..........................IJ:CO noon.
Fifty thousand happy ---------- Leave Key Went Tueiidnya Thursdays Saturdays................................... 8-00p.: m.
the lime at this season. Arrive Miami Wednnmlays Prtrtayg\ and 8UDd1lYs..... ..... .... .. ......... .......'....... 5:Qua, a.
wanton testify to this In Bees, should not .be moved during Ocean

grateful lottors to Mrs. winter. They should not be disturbedor Stear.ash.ip HIAMI-NAS5AU LINE, .

t molested many manner while taking Leave MItm'Tt't'sdaYs. Wednesdays and Friday. (Standard"me
Plnkham Arrive Nassau Tuesdays( Thursdays and Saturdays '" ... .. 8mp.III'1
their winter doze, except on a fine Line"Fast t..aveNu. Tuesdays Thursdays. and Saturdays (Nassau lime). : >
day when they are flying. to look after Savannah Arrive Miami Yi dnndaya. Fridays and Sundays.. .. . .. . .... ...... ... ... ...
Monstruatlon Is a their wants. They may be moved In The above ai-e pro.uued..nailing aurliiff February and MaroAtler .
April 1m th" .<* will lio two BHlllnnH por week _
severe strain on a wo- early ;spring In safety' when they are Freight and Luxurious Passenger Route from
J Fur oooy of "KH man's vitality. if It Is beginning to fly.dally.Commercial Florida to New York, Boston and....theiEast.3Et.ci.ll. '. f. BMUKW1TH.TralUo Mauutter. et Ancntlnei.l D. BAHNBK, A. O. P. A.

Is .a n s r e :
painful something .
Kertlllier and Potato..
. wrong which The Virginia station' draws the foloi"l" -

'Jr conclusions' from experiments Southern
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J I Lydia E. PlnkhsmV Vegetable Compound I \vtl! > eo.aneix'lal fertilizers for potato ESk

'I: *. :
I.s-Tat: : : potatoes: grown without
will promptly sot right f If tn til zern-coutalu the greatest amount Railway.DIRECT .

oxoosslvo or Irregular or dry mutter. The addition of fer-

liUrn tends to diminish the dry matter

write to Mrs. Pin kham
and also as the quantity of fertilizer LINE--QUICK TInE

Lynn, Mass., for advice used Is Increased' the amount of ttnrxlwvl.wer"i"."'

dry matter is diminished. -TO-

Evidence abounds that St'cotll1.-I'otatoe. grown where snl- WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, I

Mrs Pinkham's advlco plate of potash was used contain more
f
NEW YORK CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE AT.
dry matter than those where muriate ,
and medicine have for
Wits used. !
LANTA. BIRMINGHAM. MEMPHIS. CHATTANOOGA
many years boon helping Thlrd.i-The ash Is' not affected to I'ctrt .. ..PA.rt 150tH. .

women to bo strong. No any very appreciable extent. Fertilizers ST. LOUIS. KANSAS CITY
SHORT RAIL BIDE TO SAVANNA
tend'sllghtly to Increase It.11"ourth.'ery .
and all Points East and West
other advice Is so un- la
little effect producedon
Thence via Ship sailing from Savannah.
varyingly accurate no the starch by fertilizers their tendency -
being to Increase rather than to NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS :
medicine has such 4
other 4 each root
I
diminish. 1 iFifth.ylotntoes I" Ships v
The Nw York and
a record of euro. grown with muriateof .. ,Florida Express

potash contain less dry mutter but TC :t\l"E'VV'' YORSe: Via Savannah and Charlotte, :N. C.

slightly more starch' than those The Star York and Florida t
".*_<.. Wheat Far the Middle grown Limited
We. with sulphate of potash. I 2-SEJXIS: : : .EL :EEIJ: ::. tc; > :ElOSTON"-2 ViaSavD.b40harlotteN.O.

Hungarian flour owes its reputation Sixth-Neither the kind nor amountof All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing\ schedules. The United States.:Fast Mail,

Insgely to the high quality of the hard fertilizer has any appreciable effect Write for general Information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservations, or call onE VI. Savannah and Charlotte), :N.C.

whaler wheats grown In the great on the percentage of nitrogen phosphoric II. IIINTON, WALTER: ITAWKINS, The Cincinnati and Florida Limited

plaint between the Thelfta' and Danube a'cld.' and potash contained Jnotatoes. Traffic Manager, Oen'l Agt. Tratllo Department. Via J...,.
rlvem.' Other countries, especially > Savannah Ga. 2J4: W. Hay St.. Jacksonville FI:,.,

IliiRsIa and our own northwest have 8evt'otb.-Tbe percentage of chlorine Through Vestibuled Trains--Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping Caw.
ufcwrb hard spring; wheats, but authorities Is considerably Increased when muriate
agree that It la In Hungary of potash Is used and the more muri Through Coaches--Elegant Dining Cars.

that hard winter whl'ftta'of the beat ate used the higher the percentage of Florida( Central andPeninsular

quality are to be found. chlorine. BETTER TIME AND BETTER SERVICE THAN EVER BEFOREThrongfc -

Mr. Swingle arranged In Budapest Mlaiovrl Orchard 1I
to secure five of the best sorts as soon Pullman Sloping, Can fc.tw..n Jek.onv111. and Cincinnati
Following Is In substance advice from
ns the ISM crop In dry enough to ship. the president of the Missouri horticultural Railroad.Unexcelled 0., Via A.h.vllU, N. C., and KmozvllU, Thra.B
These wheats cannot be ecpected to "THE LAND "
OF THE SKY.
.society, given at a recent Institute -
stand the severe' winters of the extreme : .
: The proper selection' of varieties -
northwest but It In' hoped that Through T..la.vl.Southern Railway are now Operated connection With
Is very Important The Ben Davis : service from Florida to all points
foP the middle western' states' especially the Plant .
la the leading commercial apple for SJ'd.I'O. Jaok.onville.
In Iowa, Kansas and Nebra.kB.th4lY ,
this section.' Eighty per cent may be
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will prove of great value. planted of this. The remaining 20jwr North East and West. for Rat.., Schedule and Worm.tloD.call on or address.

A Movable Hurdle centmay be divided between the A. OIRABDEAU. T. P. A.. or W.,T. COSBY, T. P. A.,

Writing In regard: to a movable hur- Jonathan, Wlnesap, Missouri Pippin :UI: West Bar Street Jacksonville: Fla.
dla and Utino. Head the trees quite low and Columbia RANDALL CLIFTON District Passenger. Agent, Savannah Oa.
n* thin ID ordinarily made a Coun- Two Trains dally between Tampa JatJ'ksonvl1e"Savaonah carrying
and l prune sparingly The eastern J.M. C LP.; w. A. TURK. S. H. HABDWICK.
seat rorresiiondtmt says It practice of giving the tree an open Pullman Drawing; Room Sleeping cars, connecting at Columbia] VLth sleepers for T..ft\-M_Nsr. Gen. Fa.. "!It.& A...... Oeo. Fa... .''.,
to him to Lick one Important teatnre M. D. C. Waahlnirton. D. a Atlao ta.Oa
head i will be fatal here. Our bright .

sunshine scold' the Umbn.and bot summers will* suo- Washington, S Baltimore, Phila and New York.Also - -...::::= --



True Oentlemee. with Cincinnati! Sleeper via Asbovllle. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

"1 beg/ your pardon! And with a

smile and a touch of his hat HarryMmon Florida, New York,
1 handed to an old man against
whom be bad accidentally stumbled "Dixie Flyer" i Philadelphia and Boston.From .
Droniwtck (direct),to New York.
the cane which be had knocked from.
his band. "1 hope I did not hurt you." Through Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louis via r I yI PASSENOElt 8EBTICE.

"Not a bit. said the old man. "Hoys To make eonnMtlons! with Jackunnvillf.
Naslmlle. steamers leave
will be trays." Lake City, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga and tl (Union Iwpot)on Tlinmlays.vla. (Cumberland Route), 8 !20 a rFrrnandiua >.
Ra'1
"I'm It." And at IJnp. m. Supper en route l or "all .
glad to bear lifting ..20> a. (P'. C. P '"
tlml m. ) arrive Ilrun.wlrk 1.15. Pas.enger
and
In Home sort oT) IockSbRdevice ; his bat again Harry turned to Join bis Making connections for Kansas City, Chicago and all points In the Northwest arrival at Brunswick go directly aboard.teamer.
to hold the support In ,place In playmates.

the accompanying Illustration he has What do you raise your bat to that service between Jacksonville and New Orleans PROPOSED SAILINGS
tried to show how this. could be Through sleeping oar !
accomplished. old fellow for?" asked ''Charlie Gray. Lv.New York FierJIE.R.,3K: p. m., Standard Time.) Lv.Bran.w1rrrtday
It the River Junction and Pensacola.
close to the Inside of upright/: li brought "He Is old Giles, the huckster." via Feb 9.... ......... .... ". COLORADO ...... .... ...... .............. .,. Feb.. I6
the support and a "That makes difference." said Full information on application to any agent of this company. Pridjhy 1S.... . .. ........... .RIO GRASDE... .. .. ..... ..............FrI".7.Z.
dent nailed on the projecting end of Friday :S3.. ..... ... ... .......?.. .....COLORA.II0. ...... ... .. ... .....:t.l'ld.y. War ?
the upper and bottom rnlU, It will hold harry "The question Is not whether Friday, Mar 2... .......... .. .. ... ... ...RIO GRANDE. ..:... .'...'.. .......... Friday e
he whether 1 McDonell L. A.
Is a gentleman but am O. Shipman
A.
the support firmly In place. It seems' and will be For g n.ral Information,steamers,( cairns,rates *to..apply to
one. no true gentleman
either\ a cleat of pins would he absolutely ; .
less polite to a man because be wears Agt. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. BASIL GILL Agent 220 W. Bay St.Jack! oaTB''*-
necessary to hold It properly In General I Pass.
place. shabby coat or hawks vegetable H.H.RAYMOND: ,General Sovthera Agent,Brunivlck! Oa.

I through the s rHt..; / JACKSONVILLE< FLORIDA. C.H.MALLORY A Co,OwMral Agents.Pier M, 1:.River,and ass Broadway.. N.T.

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RIVER ADVOCATE, FEBRU RY 16, 1900. .. i


TITUSV1LLE.esss .JACKSONVILLE.: KOCKLKDOK.;:

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NZ SAN RIVER: :: I30TE: =.t. r :aO'I'EL: : : INDIAN: :: RIVER: ,

.' Duyal Hotel JACKSONVILLE FLA. tOCKLKDQE: FLA., NOW OPEN.
"
:rITUSVILLE
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... .- ."'Ir' ," ,- '7.1. "' Mt1I'.riL\ .
\ .'1&1.1. :., :': _<' "i' .. : ,. INDIAN RIVER, ,
'. ''.,r' .,.' ti': -,-.. ,..... ,- ..... ,'. ..'11il'1: '. Opposite! p<>8toffioe. Centrally ]located., Thoroughly; repaired and reno
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': : FLORIDA. conducted ,
Liberally
"" l"- ".r. I lIt.d. Newly] furnished throughout. "

Rates $2.30: per day and up.
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor

.. J.,O. BAST, Proprietor. .. ... -- -. --- ... .. ... -- ... -
-;5R 10.- \
HT. AUGUSTINE
Yt ; r The hotel fronts on the \ ..
J wideeweepofbay(7mllts((
In width), formed by then HOTEL NOW
: : MAGNOLIA E,1FLA.,
:
u ; t' f Indian River, nakingita ST. A ( I .
I delightful summer re-
i, i i M Constant cool and now furnishings\ last ,
Il llll 7mllr a I RPa I ? nl dG'tu sort. tjtlJJ.OOO expended on Improvement year
o breezes from the sea and amt t J0| *.O this season. hydraulic Kleviitor: Hot and Cold M
4Tttl bay. Flowing! sulphur "\V tOr ItntltMcn! ench floor; also Private ItiUlis, added to several ,
Imun ??+ Ra ti + iolmib min springs. Special summer edtesNndllealiug.trrnngennentsareamong Improvements; rw.eae I''
11 v V.t rates. mnUliit thin popular" IIOUHO ono of the most comfortable ami well x .,,.. 4ffua
equipped hotel In the South. Write for booklet.

.. -' .-. PALMER &: MAcUOWELL, Proprietor + i, 0 x. v

JACKSONVILLE.;: -

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BUCKINGHAM ST.AUCUSTINEiFiA,
.
The St.t James JACKSONVILLE, FLA. *
Opposite tho Hotel Alcazar] and Alameda Wide verandas, picturesque
Season ItlOOlIlOO.ow) Open.
]lawns 1 Horue-llke and comfortable. Rates moderate.OEO.] This tine hotel In the orange growing section of time East Const I is the largest

The St. James needs no Introduction to visitors td Florida. From a small beginning C. HOWE, Proprietor. hotel on Indian Klver. it has over 1O() IOOIIIH, baths, harbor shop, billiard and pout
In 18(1! the $t. James has Increased in size and added to Its appointments -
with increased popularity of tho tourists' travel to Florida. room, elects ho lights, elevator, and nil modem Improvements, Culnlno excellent.A .
The ]ool\ lon Is unsurpassed, being on the highest ground Jacksonville, first-ohms orohcHtra. Do not fall to stop off at Rookledgo, ono of the beauty spots
facing the St. James Park. Baggage':: ,:: checked to all points.) The St. George. ,. ST. A u OUST INK, FI.A. of Indian River PROSKEY( Proprietor.WHITE'S .
Its music, as In the past seasons, will be furnished by Prof. Ed..Pronty's ---..-----
Orchestra and will be 01' the In tho pa..t Is under
high grade. This house, as ,
II. ftiticKN
F. TYI.KU, Proprietor. 8. : :: Manager.
the management of J. It; Campbell, and aver>thing will be done for the comfort -' COTTAGE
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and pleasure of guests. Address by mail or telegraph, \ .} < : Corner of the Plaza\: : and St. George Street In the ,

,J. R. CAMPBELL* Jacksonville, Fla. t,1 e" ;" very center of the city. Strictly ilist-oliiMS In every Itarton Avenue, liocUU'dgi/ Klurlihk!

0' ftoTt respect. Rates: $2.50 per day and upwards. Terms: if l.fiO pec d.I) : f;.('0 to flO.'IO' pi>r work

WINDSOR IIOT L... Special weekly and party rates. J. J. WIIITU, Proprietor.


The New Algonquin Hotel FOUT IMEICCE. TLA.
-.u:.
i ---- .

.. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. FORT PIERCE HOTEL "FOKT! -: 'umR 1.I .er ..
y i; I ,, Near Inlet
i m ...FRONTING OX: TIIEPLAXA... /
Ppnrtsman's' ParadUo nn the East: (Count. The I tlnimt. Fishing I\n'llIlIlIl;
11 Rd Under :New and 1 Liberal Management./
Most Centrally Located., Spi-clal. attention ing. Aooninnxid.illon Mrst clans. Near Railroad and' Steamer Landing,
r to Tourist and Commercial, \ travel. Northern cooking mid management
Grand view of Hay and! Ocean from Ve. 0. H. X1\:.\L, Manager.
rundus.! The loading Hotel. the '
I, Open Hotel
Also lien Cove I, Onset, Mans
year round.! Rotes fri to t>:-.f>o por day.F. .

C. 1IAYDEN, Manager. -
mJoN.):
Last. Two Years Manager\ Ocean View Hotel.
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OPPOSITE', CITY PARK. DODGE & CULT.ENS.: PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. '
RATES, 2.BO and upward, The
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Netherby EDEN: ")'.lmll'.m. .. .

This' hotel IIK I now open for ROOMS ONLY It Is centrally located, near ,
Merrill's Postofllce. Yank: end! Cathedral. .- One of HIH 1 lovrliuHt; Ins! on tits river., AH modern' Improvements.
Hotel Rathbun OLD CARI.KTON..... Room, fiOcts to $1.00 per day; 1.50 to $0.00 per week.V. lint mind cold balhs.] Milphnr I"I" lIIlIot. Kxci-IIcnt; drinking/ water.
D. SANG)HEX, Manager: PU'Uty of Irnlt uiiil. Ice Fish, (U>IH'N and. fiend \ugplahle, III nhuniliineii. -
New Northern cooking. Iloimn liiindmimelv. t'nnilHhed., with all the
cnmr..t..f"'. home louts, Triilim stop| ill Ituxion stiillun. on the.Innlall..lI.
HOTEL ABBEY x St. ieorgn Street. \. Pineapple' district." :Mis. M. A. CURTIS, Manager.FLA. .
Market and Bay Streets, fronting St. Johns River. American plan. ,, ST. AUOUhTINE, FLA.

Family hotel]; steam heat. OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Grill Thlrf delightfully ]located hotel, near the City Gates. overlookingold Ng."I'UNI'. ':, .

rooms attached Florida trade especially catered for; Rates from fort Marion and the bay, now open for the season, undur the

$2.50 to $t. per day Special rates by the week or month............. management! of. P. M. Snarez, of the Everett )House, Saratoga NEPTUNE HOUSE N IW'l'UN I':, FI.A.I'. O.
Springs, N\ Y. For rates and other particulars apply toP. 1 West Jupiter> Station.
J. H. DALTON In charge of office. C. A.', MERRITT, Lessee.
located at continence. of Inxnhatchi and Indian Rivers One mile
M.SUAUE/: : Augustine, Fla. Pleasantly
.. .. .. \ In. \lcln'tv. PostofUce
from JIII"'Itll'lnlut' Klm-st lisp and salt water lisping ,
The Everett Moose' Saratoga, Springs, :N. Y., will ho open June 1, 1000.
TilE MOST POPULAR 'OFJACKSONVILLE'S Express 1I11.I1'tlellrl\l'h! olllcus IlK( ) yards' from house. TCI'IIIK M.M: ( per tI"1.
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-'- --- Special rates to parties und by the weuk. N. 1C. KITHUOII, Jr. Prop.

HOTELS. MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, FLA. -- .. ... '
III.tOII..
American Plan. 2.00 to 3.00 per day., wisr: ALAI : '
MAGNOLIA SPRINGS!: FLA. .
PLACIDE Magnolia Springs Hotel --
Table] unsurpassed. Rooms"sml Beds best (:St. Johns Rlvrr.)

In the City. Bus meets all trains Twenty-flight miles .south of Jacksonville by the Jacksonville,Tampn A Key THE SEMINOLE WKMT: PALM 11EACII: FLA.
West Hallwny and river steamers. Open fires In all rooms. Seam heat I
Free tickets on street cars to within one block Elevator: Puro spring\ water. No mos. <|,til toes. Well-kept golf course,
of Hotel.CITAS. ., Tennlrt, Hliootlng, Fishing, boating, Drives, Swimming pool.1.00 per day, Under Now lIr8nllg ment. Open the Year Ronnd.] Excellence of
Special weekly] rates. l). D PEAVEY, Mannger./ '
COUCH, Risldent'Manager.if. --- .. -! Cuisine u specialty. Rates $:'J.5l! (U) to $:l.dO per day..

SIAIUtl;: BZI':. 8KAULE IJURVHAM, Proprietor.*..

West.Bay and Cedar streets, -

WESTMORELAND HOTEL.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. THE COLONNADES SEABREEZE; FLA., Twenty minutes WEST PALM BEACH, }'LA'A
? by 'bus from DAYTONA Station. The Palms
built and Hrst-rhiHS. hotel ..|tuau.d on beautiful Lab
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just open- Kjectrlo Light' Steam heat, Private baths. Boating, FishingSurf h, opposiin. R,,>ui 1',1 n'Il1n8. Klertrlo; lights\:
ed this season, Fine cooking and good table. Hot .and' Cold water Untiling, Ocean pier and pavilion. Best bicycle roads In the ulectrlo bells. baths, e''o. $:2, *:J.5(O and. 4>:'l per d..y. Special rates by the week.

Baths, Elevator, 'etc. Five minutes from any wharf or./lepot. All 8tBt Buy tickets via F. E. C. R'y to Daytona.J./ The }>him. Went Palm Ileauh, }Flu.Hotel .

street cars pass the door. Rooms I 50o, TBo and *1 a day.' Rooms and P. VININO, Manager.

board $2.00 to $:UO pet day. ALATKA. F<> S J4--I .
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Mrs. A.>J. WALKER, Proprietor. with Seven Cottages; and 1O

GRAHAM HOTEL PALATKA, FLA.
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Brick Hotel], Overlooking St. Johns River. Acres of Lands

New Hotel ROSELAND JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Rates $2.r 0 ]per day. Weekly and monthly rates. Convenient to all
boat ]landings and Railroad Depots. J. WATKINS I.EEProp.
Also Proprietor of the Old Sweet: Springs, W Va.
furnished and renovated. Cool, .
Under entire new management. Newly
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quiet, and comfortable. Electrlo lights; and bells. Croquet, tennis and -- ; sI; m kA1 ,I.1, ,
eLANI).
bowling alleys. Good fishing and boating..Special table d'hote dinners

served every day at (0 J p. m. We supply the table with fresh vegetablesfrom tl

our own garden; fresh eggs and chickens- from our own poultry
College Arms DELAND, FLORIDA.
Hotel
yard; good rich cream from our own cows. Pay us a visit. Within L ,

two blocks of the Ostrich.Farm. 'ow.'phone 317..

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Is about one hundred south of Jacksonville, Is of easy access to traveler] s I M 1k
GRAND VIEW Hotel JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA. by the Plant System, being on the IJoLand Branch, five miles from Beresford. ,. '
It 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
Nearest Hotel to Union Station; three Hocks from new Post Office and town, making it paradise for riders. Tho sanitary arrangements are of thelatestand >ffi S
located Forsyth street, between most Improved. The hotel.. lighted by electricity and heated with
Government Buildings; centrally' on ] steam, while\ l In every room Is. an open fireplace.. There has been an additionof Ar 7sY.M'ala'4.1 4pM a14 bit t '
Bridge and Clay streets; on high and spacious grounds. Very pleasant seventy-five/ rooms with private baths. are single/ or *u suite Tho cuisine
Parlor, Office anll Dining Room, also large and airy sleeping apart- will bu kept at a high standard. A first. -ciass livery stable connected. The I1
ments, single or en suite, well and newly famished wi.th( Modern Improvements milk and cream I hi supplied by a private dairy of Jersey cows. Vegetables are
Bells Hot and Cold Water Baths. etc. Popular J from the homo farm. The water ls supplied from Artesian well. Terms,,
; Electric $:i per clay and upward Hpeclal "families.... "For further Information addressC.
SANBORN Proprietor.
E. ,
Prices. W. RIPLEY, Manager/ Hotel College Arms, DeLaad, Fla.
Rlpley's] Summer Resort The Slpplcan, Marlon Mass. r i 1

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
HOTEL OXFORD St. James Hotel. JLOCICLE11Gl':.
Opposite
Located at 8AUNO, three quarter of n mile south of EAU GALUE,
FLORIDA, on the Kau (;alley Klver less than half
commodious rooms comfortable and it mile from the
Convenient all of the city,
to
homelike, and special parts efforts made to (give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant ] .. THE PLAZA HOTEL ROCKLEDOE, Fl.e. Indian River, and two and A hulf mile from the Ocenn. '1 he )property
stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial] when la Jack,, I U two hundred mile south of Jacksonville, on tie Florida East: Coast

800Yllle. FINLKY. Propr. This handsomenew hotel located on the bank of tho beautiful Indian River, Hallway, with the Kallroud !Station adjoining' the property HulMIng
._ MRS. M. O. ,. In the bean of the far-famed Indian River orange region Is now open for the erected 18JJC.\ and.some of them have never been occupied, the orig
---- -- reception of A delightful and attractive'locality cannot be
; !guests. more inal
owner having.died few months after their
a
Imagined ban Itockledge] with IU beautiful walks, romantic scenery, bearing completion.The .
-NIC ABE1'TD'S; ,", orange "groves, fine boating, fishing and bunting. Room. with private hotel was opened for about two month prior to the owntr'a
bath. hates .::1.50 per day and upwards.. Special weekly rate. death, and ha* not been used l ilnce. All the building were erected m

S. II. PECK, Manager./ the mole substantial manner and are now In excellent condition. Tlw
DEPOT FOR: hotel and cottages are completely furnished, and very little of the fur

ON INDIAN KIVER.Openod nlture has ever been used. There are two artesian wells! twenty cistern .
NEW" ROCKLEDGE HOTEL
Rochester Beer. December 10.Attraction connected, with sewer etc
Bartholomay's
The property cost the original owner 48,000 and will be sold at a
*--Full-boarlog orange grove, livery, bicycling (ten mile river
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erI ce. The above cut fairly'represent. the
I drive) bowling alloy boat for fishing and ducking free excursions on property.
and Cigars. For particular apply to or address,
Fine Wines, Liquors launch to points of interest Rate $2.60: to 13 per day. Special weekly. EZRA F. HATCH, Hon. 1) L. GAULDKN. WM. A. WAn OCK.

MERCHANTS Ltn'lCJI.12' to 2 P. M. 23 CENTS. Correspondence solicited. Caretaker on pt.,"I...... Attorney Owner. Agent for Owner.

130 W.PV St. Jacksonville, Florida. H. P. SHARES 4 SON'Proprietor Eau Oallie, Florida. Tltusvlllo, Fla. Jamaica, :N. Y. .



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East Coast.-Tourists ON. THE TRANSVAAL WAR. EAST COAST CHAUTAUQUA.Meeting .
ROBBINS & GRAHAM Carroll & Goldsmith

Interested) In APT OH.IKCTS: and ,
JACB8Ofrvii.i.R, FLA., Feb. 16, 11)00.) at Melbourne

visit bOUTIIfiKN the jewelry: SOUVENIRS shops of theJAIFOSVIILLLE shoul Editor Indian Riser Advocate: Among the lecturers who will be heard ...La"" .y era... GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES, of All Kinds,

DearHlr:! :-Uelngan American born, at the Chautauqua, special attention Is
/1k' ya; Jr but descended from Irish stock,Protestant called to the following: Dr. E. S. -Eaton.of Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited 1.

which settled In the Carolinas Iowa, will give a number of lectures WILL PRACTICE IN STATE ANDUNITED TITUSVILLEf, FLORIDA.

:;( : PALM JIEACH, previous to the ltevolutionar t war, on popular scientific lines. Ho brings:
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: with him a six inch telescope which will STATES COURTS. =
ST. AtWUHTINK.I J and with many of my ancestors bones ,
renting upon the blood-stained( fields of be at the service of all who attend. Dr.
tile Cowpens, King's Mountain, and Eaton will also have charge of the Sun Lesley c& Motlow < /
THE ANHEUSER BUSCH: Camden, it fills me with unutterable day School Normal work. lIe la said to ,
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Abstracts
of Title
be of th best all-round
In one Chautauqua
disgust"' to see the state of New
Asso's.' York-yes; the great Empire State men In the country. Prof. Harry V. (Successors to LOSLET, RENAKER & CO.)

Brewing that all questions reflecting the sentiment Richards, of Chicago, will give two very Furnished to lands Ic Brevard and Dade
Domestic Rums Gins
of the great national masses are Interesting lectures, Illustrated by bril- Foreign and Brands of Wines, Brandies and Wblskl s,

Famous He,Louis Keg and Hut. first brought forward and are presidedover liant scientific experiments. Ho bringsan Bottled Beers Ales and Stout --. -
elaborate outfit/ of ,
tied Hour. by such men as Burke Cochran, apparatus for the
who yelps and spits the venom of thebogs work. Other speakers will be Prof. Chaw. A First-class Line of Cigars. .*. Billiard and Pool
Tables.
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Bold by Mo Lesley & Motlow, Lane, of Atlanta; E. F. Brlghtftell/ of
; or the bellow of Carl Schiirz-the '
Mr R.TltuHvlllH'/. Molluw, Via.By ,Cocoa, FIn. man with that grand old Anglo-Saxon Pennsylvania; and Rev. J. II, Miller, D. We have a large list of Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given: to mat;

Hy Air. W .r.Tucker, Cocoa end name-Is heard in the land, and the D., of Jacksonville. orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Tltusville! Fla,
Kurt fierce, tfla. press lauds it as an "American meeting/ Jas. W. McGregor, of Duluth, will L A N D S.
reflecting American sentiment." In'' conduct a Farmers' Institute work ;;., ---=

JOSEPH ZAPF the 'name of Heaven ; in the name of for which he l is peculiarly fitted, having Protect Your
the great masses of the American people ) had considerable experience la Florida owned by ourselves and clients. Price INSURANCEe FIRE

Sole Agent. who are opposed to every utteranceuntl farming. This feature of the Chautauqua for Property Against i iL
lands _
unimproved $3.00 to $100.00per _
sentiment expressed by these Is of great importance, and It l is
creatures, is theru no American in New hoped that many citizens of Brevard acre. LXG-ElTN"JJ.\TG-: : : : O XTOULi >1\TEs.:: :

010 to 02(1( West Bay StreetJACKSONVILLE York bold enough to reflect the true county will bo able to get: the' benefit of: I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies and the Mutual Life

: FLA. sentiment of the Americana except the this course by Mr. McGregor. Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
editor of the New York Journal! In Miss Alma McCall, of New York, will Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.
WE have few Residence
conduct classes In Physical Culture Mr. a Orange
the war with Hpaln wns Carl Hehiirzan :! ;
calUon address CHAS. S.
For Rates Information etc. SCnUYLER
or
Chas. Grant of Ohio Miss ,
American In sentiment No ; Bertha Ep-
; many Grove and Pineapple in de-
Properties Tltusville
JOHNSON LAW COMPANY
Ha.
times no. Did he not use! brain a itpen plnghoosen, of Chicago: and Miss Breu-

telling us how Iniquitous we were neman, of Ohio, are on the program for sirable locations Prices Reasonable. -.--
for /going/. to war with Spain, because readings: recitations etc.
EDISON LALANDE, Germany' loved her so? Yes; but he Miss Rebel Withers, of Kentucky, will INDIAN RIVER ICE ,FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .
was dear to the wails and the indescribable have charge the chlldien's' classes, for
SAMPSON NO.2, anguish and tortures of the six which she Is most admirably fitted; she OFFICES : 1 i and TITUSVILT.E FLA.
MIArU.
and DRY BATTERIES, hundred thousand old men,women and Is State:! Superintendent of the primary
little children in Cuba. Now he rends work in the Christian Endeavor organi Is prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention

FOR GAS ENGINE IGNITION.Full his clothes asunder, tears his hair and zation. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing l Is my motto.
weeps tears which would put to shame On "Pioneei's Day," an address will East Coast Meat Market T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
a Florida crocodile, over a lot of fat,, be delivered by Hon. Frank Clark, of ,
slick Jacksonville. Half fare rates will be .-- ----. -- -- -
, Burghers, who have grown rich -
upon the spoils they have wrung from given for this occasion. (I. F. DUREN, Agent .
the Uitliuulern-the people who pity A regatta: also being; arranged: for, to >>-rjc
4 ilut'ty-flve per (cent of the taxes-and take pliiceduiing the Chautauqua. The :' oK3. -
9 4 and now desire to take all the liberty full program: will be ready In a few days, ty- -- Just Deceived
and Individual rights leaving to them and may be had on application to Rev, C'3co ,
only the privilege of 1 paying taxes to E. W. Butler, Melbourne, Fla. s:>:>

the l'ver-hull/.frycolrers/. the grasping -
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ANKONASCHOOL EXHIBITIONOn
How was it with the great, the noble --

Burke? Yes ClI'hrnll-the, when he wanted staunch the Demorat laboring -- Thursday evening, last, the An- .A New Line of Stoves.
O
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/ man's vote, but when he found kona school gave: public entertainment, -- C'-3
hat to be a Democrat and stand by the consisting of declamations, recitations, = -' .
aborlng man would seriously" effect impersonations, etc. Music was f'nrnlsh- c ti:
his i pm'kt'ts-hls business interest!) ed by the Ankona Glee Club, consistingof y p .

hen where was he? (), where win Messrs. Jennings, Hamor, Dan Mo- TITUS VILLE, FLORIDA.
iilrke then This question' he will vet Carty, Arthur and W. E. Page. Miss
line of Electrical Supplies : answer to the laboring man, and no. Florence" Clark, of Newton, Jowa, presided -

JOHNSON LAW CO. /low of silvery rhetoric will gloss over at the piano; Mrs. L. B. Abdill George Peoples... : -S. IEJ'J'OS' : 2AR:: :: :: dz SON.
83.*. It W.Forsyth St. Jacksonville, Fla. with (them the facts patent. Why on also rendered some very fine instrumental -
Mirth do not these pieces. .
Qlan-ne-gael, these ,
Vniana, these Germans and other The literary portion of the programwas Olil, Olbson e..rFl11Cin itll TITUSVILMV: FLORIDA.I .
buildingext
Tho 13rowory blunder-buns Dutchmen go to South given in fine style, and reflected door to t'arriith-: 1
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Africa, where the red coats can get a great credit on both pupils and teucber. ere' barber shop
( 1O West Hay St Jacksonville shot at their backs', for Tommy Atkins special mention is due the members of Washington Ave. TITUSVILLE, FLA.Tiosmithing '

FINE well never get close enough/. to their the Glee Club, both Individually In their : Roofing, Guttering I . Chas. A. Gardner,
briskets to use a Then there chosen solos and collectively!
bayonet. and
nil kinds
Wines Liquors and l is General James 0 Hyrllt',"the typical Mr Dan McCarty captured the audIence 'of repair work promptly FUNITURE ,
Cigars.Anbeuser.Buscb' STOVES
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Aml'rlran"-ood save the mark-who In a very sweet and appropriate attended to.
has been a Kepublicali since the birth rendition of Kentucky Babe. Mr. Jennings -> Woik from down the River solicited DRY GOODS,
Extra Pale on Draught of the party, but who has sacrificed itall I also' delighted: his hearers and won MATTINGS.THOMPSON'S: ."

Fine Cold Lunch Served Dally. lint why has he sacrificed and some well merited praise. All acquitted GLOVE FITTING
The best of Service and a pleammt quiet sought Injure the U. O. P., which has themselves to perfection MAINHARD BROS. AND K & U CORSETS.
resort. JOHN F. MUNCH Mrs. has again demonstrated BUTTERICK PATTERNS:!,
Mgr. tood by him all these years, and upon McCarty
WALL
PAPER
which he has grown fat? The answers her ability as an on tel'l.al nero and was rewarded .
plain lucre! lucre II I! lucre MI YI'FI. by the presence of the largest and KID GLOVES,

HOTELS, BOARDING HOUSES the' hu're of the Burghers, who attempted gathering ever seen in Ankona. There Cleaning Dyeing TRUNKS SHOES. t
to accredit him near thin. govrniiert were sixty present; from the school disrict. ti
AND OTHERS. ns their! envoy extraordinary Among: the visitors\ were Mr. A. Establishment 12 Newnan St. Titusville Fla.
Clothing .
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H. Fort Pierce Mr. and Mis.lairls ,
Induct. Sample, I
tn IM to interfere v.itli and ; cleaned, dyed, repaired und pressed.
I"lii>ik Great Britain In righting/. wrongs ', and Mr. and Mrs. Waters, .Tib- ..
'lucli ",r"t't us as much as it docs her !, buds; Mr. and :Mrs Sutton,Lancaster 0.; JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '
own poople. As the attempt; failed and Mr. and I Mis. Racy: Mt Elizabeth. JOHN R. WALKER
trough I Ric outspoken' prohibition At the close of the entertainment the ,
of the great American masses, and the entire audience were served with ice To

liances for lucre disappeared, he has!!! cream: and cake which was greatly on- ,., Furniture;, i Ice Cream Parlor.
vented his joyed. The spacious and hospitable New YearsBuyers. .
spite
denouncing
If you< want Fresh and Salt water .1.",Oysters, by 'i
limon Turtl..,etn, KO toN.11.MELTONWholo-1 Vmerican sentiment with the British lomeof Mrs. Abdill was thrown open for Millinery Soda Water
sale snit Retail, Fish and, l>)star rompniiy' '' font and the administration for its strict the occasion, and her hospitality was enjoyed ,
of(k .,,Bt.,and.City Market,_Jacksonville... ,Fin entrallty.Then bv R1'fhe\ school is in a flout Uh- .... ,
----- conies I.nutl'rbuek-th6 man log condi tion; the attendance has increas Dry Goods (Fount and bottles.)

HAVE You a crop of Early Vegetables, with the good old Anglo-Ainvrican ed and Mrs. McCarty reports that she Have just received an elegant: line of & Tobacco.

oranges, Pines, etc, to ship ? whoneancestors probably fought will have a six months term this year.Vlsrroa. figs, raisins, walnuts, filberts, almonds, Notions Cigars

We can use your consignments to ad vantage. -- with the llritlsh against the American I pecans, bananas, oranges: cocoanuts, etc. :.
We will please Stencils colonists In the Revolutionary war,and dried po.ichos: apricots and apples; also confectionery, etc.
you. on who, like all patriotic Germans valued BE cull you attention to our candy, the best "Star B.MI.8." "
NO SHELL TO HAD. ("at the old stand
application. Correspondence) solicited. heir patriotism at so much gold per and purest In the market, Is put up in )
KAISER KILOS? month, like the Irish, Fenians, Next fine one pound boxes or the cheaper Give me a call. Polite and courteous attention. Mall orders receive prompt I

Wholesale Commission Merchants, In order Is Abraham Gruber, whoseognomen TITCSVILI.E! Feb. ]18, 1800. gradoin .!IU( pound pails. Can buy In any and careful attention. Yours for business, JNO. R. WALKER.
Knoxvlllo, Tonn. was grubber in the stubble quantity. All kinds of canned goods. I
fields: attempting pull up and destroy Editor: Indian, River Advocate : Our stock nice and fresh, A I. Money -- j

the pure, righteous and just sen- I regret to announce to the people of saved customers.

CANCER CURED at f HOME. timentof the great American )people, Jrevard County that: owing to scarcity John B. Massa GAY BROTHERS'
for their own race and their own blood of cars and present heavy traffic on the ,

NO KNIF13, NO l>>PAIN. between whom everything In common rloiid.i, East Coast Railway' It will beimpossible 217 West Buy St., Jacksonville, Fla.
exists; but which these (creatures i for said road to deliver shell
Rene! for free book. Address, would forever wipe out in order that -
for the public roads before the month of
Cancer Sanitarium, hey their ht either gain peciininrily; May. River PAL TKA, FLORIDA. GROCERS.i
HBLLEVIEW FLORIDA vent spite upon the British for J. O. FRIES Indian Steamers!
-r ,.. Rome fancied wronir of their own mak- Supt. Public Roads. ,
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hug through Jealousy of their colonizing We make a Special Feature of our
and commercial supremacy) Indian River and Bay Blswyne

NEAR & TAYLOR, 'hose creatures are as much American Eggs For Hutching. Mail Order

In sentiment as Pulitzer, of the New Inland Navigation Co. Department.Knowing .
-: r. Artesian WellCONTRACTORS York World, was when the late lament- White Plymouth Rock exclusively; .
I'll Grover tried to twist the lion's tail.
m 'I' seven pens. First pen huadud by White Operating a line of steamers between how difficult it is In some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES I''
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} No "you cannot make" a silken purse Cloud, jr., who was awarded second locklcdge, on Indian River, and Palm CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them tilled i
J t out of a sow's ear, nor can you make a prize for cockerals and special prize in teach, on Lake Worth,touching at and and
I' 1' citizen out of Irish Fenians or the gold principal promptly carefully; we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory. J
t \) the last Madison Square':! Garden poultry landings: ; between these points. We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida, and bane
i& mtriotlc. German.
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\:. Ean Fla."JUST show; second, third and 4th pens beaded articles
/, Gallie Mr. Editor, in the Lord's name, tell by cocks Imported from A. C. Hawkins. Route via the Indian River and throughNew many not usually found in other and smaller houses.
those creatures to shut their mouths II FRIKDLANDKH Canal System to Lake Worth. (USEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST rF
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R -- and let the Americans and the world lOfeb-lm Interlachen, Fla. The passenger accommodations on both .- -- ------___ __ _______ __.__ ____ -
FAR ENOUGH NORTH" I1t large, hear something else besides steamers have been increased and -
they
ENJOY YOUR SUMMER OUTING heir nauseous, nonsensical! meaning- are well equipped for the tourist : A. A..DDELL
AT season.
less be I low and Intended .
ter- : Ings bray Ings, the most peculiar and interest- ,
-der? tiw, HOTEL to; cover their own ends: be it that of VISIT Excellent meals served on board steamers -
A VICTORY.rtitlnHny spite or some stock-jobbing or otherMoney Ing sight in America . at reasonnhle prices. Miami City and Dade County -
de Islof making scheme. The American
,* LAKKERIKO. people are tired. of them in fact sick THE FLORIDA.OSTRICH Smitlt-lionnil Nortll-lmum
.- \ Rued down tteaTap'St. Real Estate
Bureau.A
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t TholYorld'ainrge.t
4'y ? moot at the stomach. Such meetings pre- .tinTsiinn i Schedule In Toet! St.Setutetlxn i
'Ia. charming, sum aided over by such creatures, no more -Mundaye Jan II$, 1000. 1ednesduye .
mer hotel, Cool,ileliKlitlul airnostulilnn change reflect the sentiment of the American Farm and, .. andTheredaye
pure water, no m<.qIt.Mw, ; "ilolf." boating, LAamxusN
n hlng, bathing, ilanclnKt iiatatnrliiiii-itn ime- I'ople-the great. masses-than was Saturdays. select list of-
inentelnn.unerahlell! UiKe band mud orchestra, Enghtndor: English: \ sentiment.reflectd 4 al( P III Lm..Rokle.lae.Ar II 00 a In
'I acre lawn, service and cosine iinmirpaHHuil: by the resolution! of the three; traitors 830 P In LT, Eni: ..,Ar 831) am BUJ- 13iIosLy:>Iio l'roperry
All white servants Rates 39,00 to$A.no per ilay, who resolved themselves Into "We : JACKSONVILLE.: 100 P DLT.... Ielhourno..Ar 0en.. ain ; .
.t4)0-t"-wJ"rweek'01""lJ! > lam 800 a m LvJensen-Ar T'M'
lly rates June
Sept. 13. Hniiutlful fol.lor elo., by mull. the people of England": ; still the 111 MaIn Lv.JupiterAr 2 OOPIIIa pm City L..*.s Fruit and Vegetable Trncts of all sizes for Investments. Prospbate and
Address T. W. McCreary, loll Manager, speeches| and resolutions! of those demagogues 00 p tit Ar. Palm lIel\Ch..L" 1000 a III
TOLKIIO,Oniii. irk' ORANGE GROVE LANDS on West Coast.
Aft.rJune1stPnt-lnBry{ are cabled the wide world over rr
--. ,Oliln.If and are accepted by Ignorant and designing SUBJECT TO CHANGE: WITHOUT NOTICE. For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for
ttN This time table show the times at which the
continental the
Europe as true
you are In search of bargains, h steamers. in ly be expected to arrive at anti depart ARMOUR A CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS,
read Ue ADVOCATE columns sentiment of the great \ml'rlrllnmas-: from the several lundlnits but their arrival Fertilizers, Chicago, 111. Chicago, 111.
carefully.TITUSVILLE'S Cs, and by encouragement, aids the enemy or departure at the times stAted nut fruaranteeil -
... of our own race and blood, the norm<",>, the company hold', Itself responsible Avenue D. over Bank MIAMI FLORIDA.
fur any delay or any cuuiMiiuencea arrlnlng
TRAINS. lame us our enemy, the Filipino, have 1 therefrom,

been encourage/l. aided and abetted by The steamer St. Augustine will be placed In sitR.:: E. MIMS Tr. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
The following are the times of arrival such men as Hoar; Carnegie, Atkinson oommluilon. on the line early In February, ,
ami departure i of passenger trains to and and others! ; whereas, as: a mater I Steamers. connect with the Florida East Coast DEALER IX-
from Tltusvitle: of fact It was not the sentiment of railway.follows i

one i genuine, Hlrnon-pnre American, I Leave Jacksonville SOUTH.,..BOUXO.... .035am
eoIrmupa n. at 3 H3 whom nothing could have1 Induced to i Arrive Kuckledge. ......................a 311 p m a=
IAMN Tltulvllh for Miami' and /:2s:: p.m liter the name hall with such a conglomeration :, lOoaTt-BQInID.
p.m -
Interiuoillate point} 1:1:111 pin / of foreigners most of ----;: Lear Rockledge......1 P m -2 :a .
.\.-.. from Jacknunvllle. "12:AH ant whom had! to leave their fatherland for Arrive Jacksonville. ............:...... 120 p m "001:=: c ao.Cd .
Sanford _- ." :I 1.28I :w "" the fatherland's good. In time to connect with all- trains for the _
: Nearly 2nn clffontla bird standing 8 to 10 feet north and west _
Yours
:HOHTIIKOUVD. truly, high, weliclilnic, \ \*) to 4im ponnil each. ostrich O. O. OIBRH, Secretary, general office, bank F. PS*
Le.."TltiiKvllla Jacksonville I 2:10: p.m F. D. KKLLIM.: ne u, egff, ostrich sitting and baby ostriches bnll'llnic,St.Augustine, Fla. 1
I'at 3.no:) porn just hatuheil.OiiMe O. O. (JLKAsox, Superintendent steamboat -
aDtllntormoo1late I
points t' 8:37 Reading notice ads. on this *escort visitors through the firm, ex, wharf Rocklwlice,)"a.
for 3lta.m7.OOa.ni page plaining all about the bird,their nests,hablM- T. T. Return. Agent, steamboat wharf Palm
Sanford
are live cents per line per week. pillma&e, Reach, ..... ALSO GENERAL REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS, BLACKSMITHING, ETC. '

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