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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 23, 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
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System ID: UF00075918:00060
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
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NO. 30. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.' FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 30 1OOO. PRICE 5o.

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LOCAL NEWS IF YOU WANT SOMETHING elegant :. Congressman,: Robt. W. Davis has -The Ladles' Guild of St. Gabriel's HUNTING AND FISHING ON to bo absolutely free from mosquitoes or

In dental work, go to Dr. Dodson.Mr. the thanks of the ADVOCATE for a packetof church, Titusville, will meet at the residence THE EAST COAST. dampness.. The cuisIne and service lot

And Topics of General Interest. Jns. II. Codman president of choice flower seed. of Mrs T. T Wot more, this (Fri. llrst-class, and the rates very reasonable.In .
afternoon. On this the
day occasion t
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Canaveral Club, )has left for his home In Attorney Oeo. M. RobbIns left here, conversation with.a couple of gon-
t quilt will be drawn for.Messrs. Some people) have an Idea there I III very
Boston.A yesterday, fur Tavarcs to attend to some Llomen, on a southbound East Const
little fish the East but what
along Const
Society and General Goimlp In connection law matters. G. Winthrop Coffin and U. train, the other day, they said\ they had
few fine double do think of the following Immensecatch
with Biscayne Bay, Lake Worth. Indian yellow-headed Howard Coffin, of Letltla I ntreet, Phila- you been staying at the Grand Vlow hotel
Banana and Halifax: lllvers, Key Went Mexican parrots; German Canary singers Among the pleasant callers at this have" leelllmjoylnjC the hunting on Lake Worth. The fishermen Jacksonville, and spoke In high\ terms ofilio
delphi
and for sale this week Mus f Palm Bench' and West Palm, IJoanb
pigeons ; Mrs. E. II. Arm office were Mrs W. D. en- on
and all other Important Point along; the ROt fishing on Imllan, River this week house the table, BOIl tho proprietor, ,
65 street Fla. den Mrs. R. II. Baxter and Miss Lillian 1'Mday and l Saturday nights and fMind'ty' .I ,
East Coast of Florida llrlef mention of strong, Bay Jacksonville flownrd says he prefers bear hunting Mr. E. II, Snnliorn, and until they got
Welch of Me. morning last innilo one of tho biggest
Interesting Brent from Various Fart -Mr. R. II. Rose managing editor of Sanford but does not know where to get the boar hauls of' II1llckerol this catchingover more valise for their money ut this house

of the World 1 About People You Know the St. Augustine Record, who has beenon -Mrs. J. L. Mather, of Cleveland dogs. 12OOOll, wlll'hVII.season.. shipped by than any other house that they had stayed

and People You Don't Know Picked a trip as far as Miami, passed throughhere Tenn., who hits been visiting her daughter nt In the South.
-The Tltimvllla Homo Minstrels are the East Coast Fish Co.
Our Society Editor and a large Muff Tuesday route home. Mrs FiedS. Chalice during the
up by en past
practicing: almost night for theirwtertnlninent Very. little comment In needed of the
of Correspondents scattered along theEiut month, left for home yesterday, ; every General S. M, Weld and Mr. Jan. M.
-Mr. who has been Hotel Buckingham fSt. Augustine IUI'
Irving Crease : enjoying next Friday evening, ,
Florida. Cool of who have been kill-
of man Boston
Count a visit of several weeks with Mr. -Mr. and Mrs..1. O. Walton, who arrived : MaiT.h 2nd, to which we hope) our town. ing ducks, by tho hundred. on the Ciinavvrnl the proprietor! Mr. . U, Howe, la.

aud Mrs. T. T. Wetmore, left here, Tuesday In town last Saturday, expect to people will turn out In full force. They Club left for homo on Saturday looked upon as a llrst-cliiHS hotel man.

TIlE ADVOCATE, for Palm Beach and Miami. take; a trip south as far as Piilm Bench intend to present something novel, In whllo property Mr. ,W. E. C. Kustlw: tha All you have to do is to outer cud register
and Miami to Jacksonville. of dress i'ndo ; after that the house, staff tablo
after
pro returning a next ;
advance. way ''a Friday "
In
$1.50 per annum, -Mr. W. II.o Math, a prominent secretary( of ho Club: left for Boston! on
.. to leave. to-morrow Admission 13: and I anti tho mitrniindinga will speak forthotuselvcH.
month They aspect /here noon. 2H :1)5) cents !
N. ,
:1.00 six attorney of Uochester Y., has been SnmUy. Anna a; the late arrivals at the trial and will
live( It n
or Sunday.Mrs. you
([Saturday)
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. sprinting a fow days in town, looking; -Mrs. Hugh L. Wllloughby and hor LMiihhouso are Mennr\[ John llrynut and IInd what wo Is trim.

When you subscribe 'for the ADVOCATE lifter the interests of N ra. Martha Carey, J. A. McDonald 1 aud :Miss\ Kitty daughter Miss Estelle, who hnvo boon C I )". Ayros, two arncl' shots from lion- nay

by the year, It does.not cost you of the above city. On Wednesday he McDonald, of Miami, havejoined Contractor visiting friends In Philadelphia and Baltimore ton, who hope) to make his good record at ThoVolltmnrelanll hotel East Bay,

three cents per week postage Included. left for Eon: Gallic, where Mrs. Carey McDonald at the Royal Polnolana\; for some time past on !Saturday' duck shooting all other member, of the .treet, Jacksonville, which Is mnnngoil

date of expiration printed upon owns an orange grove( winter residence Palm[ Beach. Tourists may look for nnextcntlon niailo Lloiit, Wllleuighby happy) by their Club, who have had excf'lll.'lIt'ort' on by, Mrs. A. J. Walker, proprietress..,
Note week. This. etc. to the Palm Beach Inn before appearance at the Royal p 'IU-lllnal'.dm the Club's ]10,1100( ) acres of lain! null ponds him been kept pretty fl\lInll thn winter.

your paper or for wrapper every No need -Mrs. Walter II Watson and little next season,, us the Immense travel toL'alm Beach, where the Lleutennnt him' been nil this season. The secret Is this, that Mrs. Walker la
is a receipt your money. who have been of l Bench warrants It.Me""I'II. the winter. Miss Willoughby Is. a bright noted' for running! ono of tho cleanest,
for son Raymond guests
for us to send receipt subscription. Our correspondent from Stuart writes In
it the Indian Uiver hotel at this place for Davis Walter Davis and charming young lady, and has hosts I III neatest and most renpuctablo houses
The date gives to you. F. E. that, Uniting with tints nut good now, those that
of friends the city' therefore' patronUotho
jUSf- Please place this paper In your several montLm. left here, :Monday for Fred M. Mayfield, II. Grant, A. Kloppman but a better season, later Is expected. Westmoreland; wnl always return

reading room. Jacksonville.; Little Raymond was the and Al. Smith representatives) of -The Florida: East Const Homeseoker Mr. Flint and wife, from Clilcopeo Full, It onoo Is under tho
as long as
RIVER ADVOCATE Is on pet of everyone In the hotel, and he has Cooper & Co.'s United Railroad Show, comes to us this week In new dress. It near Sprlngtlold Mas\[ ., have come to enjoy of the above lady. supervision
The INDIAN
the news-stands at five been much missed this week. were.In town Wednesday This show la la handsomely gotten up aDd evidently tlshlng/ with hook nnd l line nnd

Bale at following Judge J. 1). Beggs, of Orlando was said to be one of the best traveling In serves useful purpose; in supplying; such trolling This I III Mr. Flint's third winter The Royal >Polnnlnna l'almllench.! was

cents Tltusville per copy B.: R. Wilson fc Son. in town from Friday until Saturday. He the United States, and will be in Titus- knowledge about the East Coast' as homo hero but tho first visit. for his wife. filled Frhfiiy night for this first time this

J. B. Screven. came over to argue a case. before JudgeM. ville on Saturday, March :rd.) seekers desire We congratulate Mr. ., She haw won quite reputation already, year says the Palm lloach Dally News,

Jacksonville Kathbun: hotel. $. Jones. Many are of the opinion -Miss Lillian Welch of Bath who Uluckman, on tho energy and taste displayed us she soon Brow out a jow flap that rind guests were accommodated at thecottage
In this and 1 that ho weighed 1 pounds ami while "troll- and over the drug store. In
St. James hotel. that Judge,: Beggs will be our next governor has been visiting; Dr. and Mrs Buck St. Issue hope IDVj I ,
,
Windsor hotel.St. and we are" under the impression Nicholas near Jacksonville during the will be eminently successful its future Ing" caught a trout that weighed! ly6 spite of tho nildltlon tho house) ia lulleUI'lIer

Alcazar hotel. that he will make good one. weeks her Mrs. management. than last your, while tho. demandfor
Augustine- past[ two joined friend Ibs.Mr. the remainder
Wm. McFarland I, who I III a regular accommodation for
Ormond-Hotel Ormond. -Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Curlier of K. H. Baxter Wednesday. Both ladies -Mr. F. Thomnn a prominent nnd winter visitor hero wa joined last. week of tho season koepM'right) up. Homo
,
Rockledge-Hotel Indian River. MaR ,who have been the of are guests of the Indian River hotel, but well-known merchant of Lansing, Mich., turned
Lynn, guests by his brother/ lid a nephew also, from : twenty-live guosls' wore away
Palm Beach-Royal Poinciana. Hotel Ormond for several weeks past, will leave for Palm Beach Miami and has been a visitor In Tltusville' for the Pennsylvania; Those all came, to enjoy from the sumo hotel last !Saturday: night,

The Inn. have returned home, much to the regretof other resorts to-morrow (Saturday- ,). paRt two weeks or so. Oil Ttumdav, his the excellent lUlilng from our dock or owing to the fact that every Inch of accommodation

their many filends. Mr. and Mrs. -1\11' E. F. Cooley, of Lansing, Mich., brotliui-ln-law, Dr, Charles Chlitlck, a up and.( down our bountiful ist, Litolo. was taken. '

"' Reading notice ads. are ten cents Currier, Miss Helen and Muster. Donald who has been In town several weeks, physician or not., arrived here Mr. We learn that other ilshermea "forsport"
are usually the last guests to leave Hotel to the his launch Tho man chartered the YllchFlora., and The Nassau Guardian) to hand at thenvo'ATIG
per line on this.page.If Ormond.Mr. trying get engine on on Wednesday both gentlurnon startedon are expected next work ollloe lays: The cupola of

you want to buy goods of our Whistlewlng;, In running/ order, did not n hunting nnd fishing cruise to the ---- the Hotel Colonial was Illuminated by

Tltusville merchants read'-hell' ads onnth Moreton Murray formerly editor succeed, so on Saturday lust he joined Haulover Canal and Mosquito J.lIICUO, SPORTS AT MERRITT.Mr. four electric' I lights{ on each corner Saturday -
his wife and
family nt St. Augustine for
page. and proprietor of the Gazette-News where they will remain a short while before night last, and the \lights on and
Daytona, was a passenger on Monday's the purpose of visiting the various re- sailing down Indian! River Theyare nround the balconies on tho northern
-Mr. Oeo. C. Matthams,of West Palm southbound train en route to Miami and sorts along the Enst Const ere returning Ruing to tare -a grand lime on the \ Fred Aldrldgo, of Brooklyn, yes side were also displayed. The effect
Beach and Mr. E. I*. Porcher, of Cocoa north. Mr.! Cooley will place a new engine fine
; oj.her points lie now represents the erul... terday arranged a entertainment, produceI by the numerous lights wait
were la town last Friday. well-known firm of Marx Bros., whole- in his launch next winter. I IDr. which Included the following: Boat racer. exceedingly brlllUnt and attracted the

-We send one paper free to all our said dealers la fruit produce eto., Bay -Mr. and Mrs. Jas. E. Malloy Ches- M, Souvlells l owner of an aluminum -.' sack race swimming race rllla shooting( attention of a great many observers

advertisers. When the ad. Is discontinued street Jacksonville. nut street, Philadelphia; and Mr. and mini, who has boon n resident of cAke walk and minstrel show Kevins' This week the southern frontage of the

the AUVOOATE is also discon and others who Mrs Fred H. Whlpple.of Detroit Mich Jacksonville for some yearn, arrived In Klvervlew hotel and grounds were beautifully hotel l has been lighted outside\ the relleotlon -
tinued. Yachtsmen should are were a merry party who arrived at I the town Sunday, and left, next day, for tle'oraloil, with 1I1\ltsuf nil nations; thrown on the building nod
.
visit the East
Coast
about to "
Indian River hotel Th Shiloh, where he owns about 1,000 Acres and In the evening there was a grand din-. ground. being most effective.
has the thanks read the ad.*. in ADVOCATE: before purchasing on Wednesday. y
-Senator S. R. Mallory had been all the of land. He was acoimpanied by Dr. play of fireworks. The following talent
of the ADVOCATE for several packets of their supplies. Also take note the East Coast visiting and after resorts short along In; Heber Bishop who Is claim adjustor of appeared: Frank Donnelly, Irish comedian A now feature In the entertainment of

garden seed. May he, nor the seed of our Tltusville and Rnckledge( advertisers Tltusville left for, the slay Johns Aume Accident Insurance Co.; vice-prim- ; John Wilkinson of New Htnyina, the guests at tho [(lIy.ll'ullll.. IIIll\ml.ls a.
St.
a trip
on (
"never grow I less. when on Indian It I vel'. The ADVOCATE River Mr. Whippleleinterestodinland Ident of the New York Hunting and and Frank Nevlnn, of Brooklyn N. Y., weekly paper dvvoti'd to the Interests of

of Arcadia's Is on sale at the news stands of at Wabaaso Indian Finding Association, and director of the who were to box: ala: rounds at 1 1601 Us. ; the hotel and the guests, Maya the Palm.
Stanford River
(i. T. one on
Judge ,
all flrst-class hotels on the East Coast.Mr. The whichla
In Tltusville Massachusetts Hunting and Fishing Association. Clias. T. Earl! and Haiold Cox: song and Beach correspondent. paper,
leading lawyers until was He was -; E. Van Horn-Is now the proprietor -:Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Hall, of The Ha la than A gold medalist" of dance; Fatal Aldrldgo and Chris. Ki ssnl- appropriately. named the !Souvenir,

from here unday;:; business.Tuesday. of the Photo Supply Vo., King nt.. St. Elms Lakewood e Ohio, left their home Bishop College Montreal, Canada, and brook. jugglers; Messrs. Jamea Ciuloy chronicle the events of the week together

on legal Augustine and his ad will \bo found on In the fall, for Florida, and made quitean surgeon in the aijtd:, British Regiment: and William hooker buck dancers; L, ( with the arrivals and one depart

-Attorney A. J. Lewis of West Palm our 6th page. This store will keep open extensive trip, stopping olf/ at all the Another of the party was. Mr Chan. C. Wilson, tightrope walker The lire merit la given to an nrtlule from the poi

Beach, returned home, Tuesday after all the year round, and devote .considerable places of note along the East Coast) ; then Williams a wealthy retired wool broker works and I decorations were In charge/ of of some "itolllillthor which shall tie especially

spending several days In town. His of its time to the development and going; as far as Nassau. Bahama" Islands of Boston. They have all gone on a Fred Aldildgo the popular ducorutor of provided fr Sunday! reading, thaI

many lends are always pleased to see printing; of amateur photographs etc. ; When asked) by an ADVOCATK hunting trip, and were the guests of the Brooklyn. I IJRI14.1r.. being handed! to tho guests they

him in town. N Write or call upon them when you need representative which place they liked, Indian River hotel while In town. eater the- dllllDjN' om on Sunday morn-
the line. and enjoyed the best they said they It7": MJ' Merrill I I I" Indefatigable In his
In photographic
Judge Minor S. Jones of this place anything Itewaril, Ofl re.l.
were all very nice and delightful, but the efforts to amuse and entertain his guesta,
has been on the sick list fora day or two Mr. Herman Naething. of New York cream of all places they visited was Nas Returned from A Crulne.) and thin.. caw feature la welcome"! with

this week but we are glad to' note that and his father-lnlaw Mr. Frederic Schilling sau. The people, the climate, and the Governor W. I). Uloxham has offered no small'| degree of enthusiasm by tho

he is now himself again! and looks none a prominent and wjll-known resident surroundings were perfectly charming. 4100 reward fur the apprehension of aoJDtirnors' at the. Royal Palm.
The niixllllary Nemo owned
the worse for his indisposition. of Westtleld, N. J., were among the They were only sony that their stay In yacht Patterson 11elll'III"In.lor Indictment
by Commodore M. Good lall of Hanford
Mr. Thatcher Mngoun for
-Dr. F.V.. Craven formerly a resIdent pleasant callers this ofllce on Monday. the Island among such pleasant people Me., returned from her trip to Daytona for murder In Loon county; provider) he the proprietor of the Tlioroau many Inn years Concord
They camo down to Indian River for the could not be prolonged. to be arrested the confines( ,
dentist of this place was a passenger Owing beyond of Leon
with tlessrs..lustln Lenv
and \ and on Sonday, M. Mass., hns taken the residence of
of fishing
on Saturday:: morning's southboundtrain purpose hunting cruise ;board receiving news of their daughter/ beingIII Itt, Newton H. Fogg stud J. W. I.eavltt, county.ICiupty. Irs )(.;Sou veil lo, at .St. Nicholas, across -
eu route, to Miami from Atlanta. started off Monday on a on Mr. and Mrs\ Hall had to wend their
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house-boat Rose In on board. Mr, Ooodall remained with the river (urn Jacksonville which will
The Doctor 'says he wants to settle on the cozy Marie way toward home. hla. father' and mother at Daytona for a bo. flmt-clitsa hotel for fini-
command of dipt. J. M. Lallln.Dr. Hiitfiir and Mica IJarreU. opened) a* a
the East Coast again.Mr. -Quite a number of people' left the few days. Tlio Nemo Is hauled out on (lies anti ..tourist The charming situation

H. B. Macdonald, a well-known Helen A. Beadle of Sault de early part of the week for the Mardi Nelson's ways until next winter, and the For sale. Address. Is to .well and widely known and its

manufacturer of jewelry arrived to town, St. Marie Mich., arrived In town, Tuesday Gras, at New Orleans, among/ them being above party left for home on Tuesday W ALT ic:u A. Mobile:, surroundings are of such I lovely nature

Saturday last from Attleboro, tease, afternoon to assist. In taking care Mrs. W 'V, Acheson, of E. For- ilOfob 8 George Mt., Charleston S C. all to Insure delight to all who may visit

and left, next day for Indianola, on a of her Invalid sister Mrs. Major F. Ml syth St.:: Jacksonville and her daughter; the place. Tim name of the hotel I I. a

visit to his brother. He was accompanied Taylor who has been at Tltusville for Miss Rebecca, where they expect to CARD PARTIES.Mrs. Jleniitlfut HlgnlilcAnt/ and Interesting; one, being
byJiis son. This Is their first trip the pall( three week Major Taylor meet Mr. Acheson. The Acheson family Homo IMacc Murabanong, a word In the Maori tongue

south. brought his wife here from Iluntsviile are considered very clever the young meaning Parndlso. With a naphtha
Ala., where they have been living; ladles being quite expert cabinet makers M. P. Robbins gave: a small but At Fort Pierce and North Ankonn launch, the regular stop of the steam-

-Mr. E. II. Randall, of Boston, wh for the p.ist six: years. He feels that the having made several useful and enjoyable card pnrty at her residence on Write for descriptive dlrculars.U. bunt J'e1l01)"allli carriages to meet the

baa been enjoying himself\ hunting; In change has already benefltted her very ornamental articled, among which are Tuesday evening; and It wan followed by T, t.OC.U&TAnko a. Flu. ferryboat on application, most desirable

the neighborhood of Okahumpka, Fla., materially, and If she Improves as rapidlyas book-casee, china-cabinets, etc. Theyare another given by Mr. and Mr..*. Goo. M. connection with the heart of Jacksonville -

writer us that he has returned to Magnolia she has dune, It will not be long before nlso very musical, both vocal, and Robbins, Wednesday! evening;, at their AMONG THE HOTELS. are Insured.

Springs./ His many Indian River she will have her usual good health. Instrumental. Recently, Mrs. Aoheson residence in South Tltusville. Those

friends hope to see him ere ha returns to. received from her daughter Alice who wh9 were present spent a very pleasant The following hotel and boardinghouse
-Mrs L. C. Schtiyler, of Brooklyn, evening. The ADVOCATE: Is now' on file at al 1 ails will bo found on our /HoveniU:
Is studying at college a number of
away ,
Boston.We N. Y., who has been In Richmond Va., oil Lost night Mr. and Mr*. Wm. M. the best hotels In New York city' page i
paintings on canvas
have of late seat out a number for !some weeks past, arrived. In town representing a Brown' residence the rendezvous Jacksonville: St. James, Windsor
of bills to delinquent iubscrlbers! to the Tuesday, and left next: day for the homeof boat scene, flowers fruit etc., painted for was little Where to atop along the East Coal Rath bun, Placlile, Westmoreland, New
quite a pleasant gathering
the of whom, we are Gei DeO. by this young lady, which would do See list of hotel on 7th
m.jory Schuyler
ADVOCATE her son, Mr. near credit older when games. of progressive whist and) page. Hotel- Kosnlaud, Grand View, Oxford,
to a much artist.
pleased to note, Lave paid up with great Canaveral. We are sorry to learn that .
Do New Duval.
euchre/ interspersed with rirhrrchn re you wAnt to )purchase a hotel and
promptness.! Our mailing clerk Is sending Mrs. !Hchuyler has. not been In the best Meabroeze: The Colonnades.
freslunent the ? If read ad.
kept party together I until cottages you <.10. on 7th
/ out a few more bills today and we of health of late, but we hope the change WantedA nearly midnight Ono of the line and pa"". Pulatka: The Graham

hope those In arrears will pay up without to sunny Florida for a few weeks will be neat-looking rooms In the new addition DeLand: College Arm.

further notice* as we cannot run a of much benefit to her. Mrs. .Schuyler small furnished house, south ol to Mr. and 1\frA. Brown' residence was Those about to visit Florida would do Tltusvllle: Indian River hotel; and
business. satisfaction of the her ulster the 12th of well to note the names of the best hotelsat
to the general expects to join on : Jacksonville\ 1' la. Address reply used this occasion. Among those Itouknlftht (warding house.Kocklridgoi .
public and pay our own debts with May, when they will leave for Amsterdam Mr*. JAM!!:" M. GRANT on.we noticed : Mr. and &I,.. J.present O. which to stop, on our 7th page. Hotel Indian River Plaza,

promptness if others do not pay us. Holland. From there they will 10!) West Mh Street, Jamestown, Walton Mr*. Geo. M. Robbln, Mra. W. The Hotel Seminole and Hotel Palms, New Joekledg( White's Cottage

go: to nearly all the principal cities In Cbautatiqua Co., N. Y. 1) Mussenden Mrs. It. If. Baxter, Mis West Palm Bench, have been doing a Fort Pierce: Fort I'ierce hotel. ,

Stock.In Europe: ending their trip at the Riviera, Lillian Welch Miss Annie Paddiou; Mr. line buslnoss of late, both houses having Eden Netherby.
Iteducin will next winter. The
where they spend Fine Laundry. N. II. Wlllal an, Clio. II. Walton and been crowded at times. Neptune-Neptune house.
ADVOCATK: will follow Mrs. Schuyler. the host and hostess Mr. and %Mrs. West Palm Iteuclf: The ::Seminole The

order to reduce my stock before I have the agency for the Hltdltch ''Brown. Palm Beach hotels are full to Yer- I'nlms. ,

opening my yard In Palatka I am offering Kockledge.:; Indian Itlver Steam Laundry Jacksonville. Send your flowing, no where will they put the tourists MagnolU, Spring: Magnolia Springs/
.
when Admiral
/ lumber and other building material washing B. B. PVLKK!:" Dewey and ex-1'retd. hotel; and Magnolia CottaJ<(eon 4th page.
dent Cleveland arrive that beautiful
at
at very low prices. Write me. Southern Express office For Hale.
Has one of the most attractive and and fashionable resort. .
GEO. F. PAomtojf, best-stocked store along the East Coastof 3t Tltusvllle Fla. Hotel Wanted.t .
Eau Gallle Fla. Florida. You can find everything you v Tile most desirable property In the For a small house, the Hotel Abbey t

center of Rockledg, on Barton avenue; St. Augustine U spoken of very highly: -
need at this more. All kinds of floe groceries For Sale, \ want to purchase it well-located hotelin
conslntlng of five acre covered with sad the race charged seem to suit the
meats. <
Snaps In Itenl Instate, and westerri the tioQth; -ID to KM) rooms. ; furnished -
Particular attention paid to the needs A beautiful home on Indian River; thrifty orange tr..ct. also two cottages traveling public the proprietor and 'muss be a bargain. Address, with
thereon. Apply to Mr. and Mrs. I'. M. Wnnre/ ;
and erulntag parties. 300 orange tree.; ID acres; large modern proprietress, and
yachtsmen full
cut photo
particulars, or
Winter homes Orange groves. I havea WM. M. )llmwl Milford, Coon. Are up-to-date hotel people, and know' very
(Igo. N. HATCH Propr. house convenience.
every If slble -t trrlie Mont Vernon
!
Grand ,
few In Improved 2ttfy how make their po ,
special bargain properties THOU' AH Giir.ET, After Nov. ) Rockledge, Fla. to guest comfortable. N H. '
from Fort Pierce southward to Notice.: Lotus, Fla. In the summer they run the Everett --
Eden. Two Groves oneo25 at Y.
young/ orange House Saratoga tll'rloN./ :'
Fine Luuflie.s.
trees (MX Fine condition.
one trees. Books To and AentaVauted.;; On 4 wilt bo fuuu-1 l the a4. of the
Along railroad In south part of Brevard The City Tax are now open at Hunters 8portinen. page -

county. Lands suitable for ,groves: at the Court House everyday Sunday excepted Magnolia Cottage Magnolia Spring, If you need good chop, steak or any
I #25 to$:.10 acre. Write for plats price from I 0 to11 a. m, and one to'. : Those bunting venison, docks, or other \.... ted-Agent or) manager; for accident \ under the management of Mr. Ja. II. thing else In the eating line, do not frill
I lists and pamphlets.C. per p. m.' game In season for sale, should oom- or old line Life Insurance
T. MCCARTY, P. O. Aokona, Fla. M. S. JO.TEH, Jr., municate with It. W. Sperry, Proprietor Address P. O. Box Jacksonville, stop at, and lit only US miles south of Howes' Lunch and Ofit, r Room,cor DO*

Railway station, North Ankona, Fla. City.. :Tax Collector. Duval Hotel Jacksonville Florida. Fla. Stamp for reply. Jacksonville Magnolia Springs U said of ,Cathedral. place, near the btldge.r .


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skins by packing lightly for an hour I In NOTICE. COMMlSSIONElt'S SALK.

the can of an Ice cream freezer surrount In Chancery.. 'SEED POTATOES. ,

ed by salt and Ice. Guardian Notice of ApplicationFor

ADO nipCfrtl Then: fill with pieces of the fruit dust- Sale of heal Estate. AND BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE
UNDER ..sure of pale entered l the Circuit
ed with sugar, with orange frappe, or Court for lirevard County. In a certain
any kind of Ice' cream salad or colored in. Hereby given that I, W. O. Frlnk an cause therein pending.. wherein Orlando A. Improved Rose $;J.OU per barre: Special prices to large buyers. Write for tcstltr.onlals -
Notice for 'lluiihlett Magrmler; .nil <>ladv. Jouea Is the complainant and Michael F. Dwyer
COLUMNE5 blocks of jelly, find pack again i In the Magruder tnlnuni, will on the Tenth day or< et al. are defendant, I will Bell In front of ti. e ) from It rgest potato planters Florida.
freezer until time to serve.If March. A. 1>. 1IMKI) make application to Honorable Court tloiine door at Tltusvtlle 1'101 Ida, duringthe
I). L. Oanlden, County Judge of Hrevard legal bourn of sale on the Full! line of fresh Garden and Field Seeds always In stock. Write for price lint
salad, It should only bo chilled, not County, Klurlclu' for antliorftv to noil at private FIRST !MONDAY IN MARCH A. P. 1900, !
lettuce Kale. the following described Real !Estate !IwlonnInie to the highest. and bent. bidder for o.h.! the
frozen and each cup'lIerved on a t<>Bald minor. lying and being In lirevard following ilencrlbeil real estate.. situated In tbe L. CAMERON. Seedsman

leaf. The fruit or jelly baskets may be County, Florida, ,to wit Cnunty ofltrevarilStateofS'lorudato-wit tHel'fnnlnlt
Thirteen thlrteen-one-btindredtri ((13 13 100)) Section line between Sec-
served on dainty desert plates. acres of land, located, on the north aide of a tract thins!8 and 4,on In the TovnHhlp 20 Houth. Range: 3fl 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
of (land, con tain ln forty-five and twotlilnlH4nuareH east, at a square monument, some marked with
OUANOK' SNOW. ( being the south part of Lot two (2)! n letter "1V." thence run due east elgbtemr| --- -,-,- ------
Hection) 17, Town hlll 26 south Kanfre. 87 cant hun.lre.l.nd fifty feet more or loon to Indian
Take tho juice of three largo, sweet oranges and l baVlnir a width or eight and tlilrth-niie-bnn- River; thence northerly along: sdj river two GEORGE MAl X. JOHN MARX.
of and the ilretb (S3FIWshahrst) reuuhlnir acronit. the whole bun ired feet more or lee. to tbe, .south line of
and the one
grated peel island. from Iinllaii River' to llanana. River, and lotof 'land purchased by A. L. and K!: F. Hat b
juice aud half the grated peel of a lemon. 1'u11nded. on the north by a tract i>f land of twelve of It. C. May I Hence due went along nalil. line to 1V.I. .JF JBJR <<:>8.
r ((12)) acres, seldto B. K. li. Jerome; and on tbeHouth Section line above named. thence due south ,
Soak a small package'of gelatin In a cup liy-a hue; running parallel to the South aloniixaiil Hectlon line two hundred feet, moreor
iHiunilarvof paW Jerome' I liinlat, a distance. of llOlotiale Dealers In
of .
It the fruit less, to the place benlnnliitf.AlHo .
of cold water and mix with
eight knit thlrtylnu, )-huudrodth (H..KKl:( ) chains. that .piece. or parcel, of "land beinc a. part
juice and a cup of granulated sugar. theWfroitiIxdagthelathsetapartl'orsald; .. In- of lot number II In Section 3,Township 23 South, GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE.
'
funtu liv rointnlHHlonerH' to n like petition between lUnire' : pant commencing on the hank of Indian ..
Cover for ono hour then pour on It four .ahlluranta and Louise. IVf. I'owe. River at the dividing line between lot IIan.1 ,
? Also|. that tract of land, ileHcrflied. an. atConnioncinR thence went running along said dividing
back of 4.
of boiling water. Stand on
cups : on the west bank of Banana Hlv-
? hundred amItltttwo
iota 3 4 eighteen
line between amj;
Cj the stove and stir till clear. When quite er, .Htxty-oiie c"aln* and eighteen. links north of feet more or lean, to the itectlon linedividing 131 and 133 East nay Street and tt and Newuaii Street
Houth, mictlf line at the northeast. corner of lot Section 3 and 4 thence north along
cold, whip Into it the beaten whites of conveyed to B. Kvder and run south nlxtv...even said e..tl..ullne 4tS.". feet; thence east on a line JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
-- four until the mixture Is a beauti- .d"KreoH went taxi; rhuliiH elrhtv-four( links along parallel with the dividing: line between said. .
eggs hue of add to thence north
the Ryder Pond lots H and 4 tlWU feet to Indian River thence '
ORANGE RECIPES. ful white fcponge. Put Into a mould and twer ty'thrpo and! a half degrees. went eighty southalong the margin of satdriver 4UO feet, ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY
rhalnH and eighty linUti, thence north nlxty-ftov the of ,
more or less, to place beginning
set on Ice to harden. Serve with cream en degrees| east, nlovim. chains and dlxty-Blulit Also the nnutlieiiKt, quarter of the southeast ,
Hitw to Utilize Them to Ailvimtaire. Half of this recipe will be suilicient to links ui lianana River thence" .south meandering quarter of Hoctlon TowiiHlilp 'Ot south, Range
the river tipotatufeumnentenimit.. All In nec 11II elUtt. AlmXIH. feet off of south. end of thenortheast We are headquarters for all kinds; of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas;
As orangus have been fairly plentiful lon .seventeen township twentyslx.otitl4 range of the southeast of
use (iiarter quarter
| also full line of Grain-and Feed. Vie
guaranteed genuine. We a Hay
want
thlftyvnn eant In the County of lirevard, carry ,
said. Section 4, Township 2S south, Rjinno: 30
of late along: the East Coast, I It may not OIIANOK OMELET. State of Florida.. containing ten sores more or east. measurement to commence! at the a""tbelUtt your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
be out of place to give a few receipts fur less. ; surveyed by C. H. Magruder. County Sarveyur. corner of said) doae.rlled. lot of land and togo
This omelet Is made of four eggs five north along I the section between fteutiona MARX BROTHERS Jacksonville\ Fla.
:A"o
utilizing them. of W. O. FRINK, 9 and 4 for a distance of thence wont B3T- We only Sell to Dealers ,
tablespoonfuls of sugar a saltspoonf : Oiiardlnn for llntchlettMafrnuler one quarter of a mile, thence south 41)1 fret
OltANCire: HOUl'FMC.: salt and two and Oladvn Magruiler. to the corner between ...hliotit of land herein"
two tablespoonfuls
oranges' F.: J. WFIIII, Attorney for W. U. Frlnk. UfeUSw dencrlhed thence a quarter of a mile to the place
Half a plate of orange juloo and a pit: of butter. Grate lightly the rind of one of beginning.

of whipped) cream will make a a delicious of the on one tablespoonful of :Notice, The above described, parcel* of land embracing -
oranges the hotel known ui. the Hotel Indian River
nofllo. Soak one-qunrter of a box 01 sugar Pare the oranges and cut them I and the orange grove; known an. the Ilockledfie John B. Stetson
(Ornve containing. T7 acres, more or IOHH. Also University
gelatine In half u cup of juico for live In thin small slices, cutting from the In Circuit Court of the Tth Juillrlal Circuit the cottages. and steamboat wharf warehouse
minutes then stir In half a cup of bulling of Florida, lirevard County: A. U. 1110(1.( and pavilion, fdtiiateit on said laud and all the
sides not across the oradge. Sprinkle
heating Hunting' and plumbing' fixtures connectud -
which will dlxsulve It. Mix In Application of t'::'M HlfrlowOw : : ald Hotel I Indian
water, two tablespoonfuls of sugar; on I the sliced KitI I ; with I and belonglnir to
A the rent of the jnlcu with u cup of augur/( oianges. Boat the whites of the eggs. to tate of tiny Herbert lllirlow and Lu ( Hahllan.11; also all other nxtureH.Excepting DELANO

until they form n syrup, then add the the tablespoon clen Itliilow, Jr., Minors. J : and reserving:, hnwevorfrom the
Into them
froth. Beat
a tilt .
To all whom It may concern I above the right of way of the Florida FatttCount .
beaten yolks of tit I'eo ejigs mid mlr all of augur mix with the orange Take notice that I will apply to the Honorable Hallway Company, formerly the Jackminvlllf ',
Minor .'. .., ..n..e... of said court, at Titint- ,St.Augustine and Inulun River Hallway
; cold H. .ne.
) In
well Into the Kul.uino. I'ut a
rind, the.salt and yolk of the'eggs. Add! vllle Florida or wliurever the court may thou ('onqanv. UK ileHcrlbed. In Ih-ed Ho >k W at.page EUZWTfl{ rlAllj"fcifctiiiiii !
place or on the Ice, and wlion it beginsto also two tablespoonfuls the ho. on Mondaythus. V.'th day of March, A. l D 4H of the record of lirevard County
on orange After the dale of the above real curate the \ :: :
WKI', ..r..an HIHIII tbereuf an. I can he heard liv ..ir4; r
set, mlr the uhippud oieum In lightly, juice. Put the butter In a large ome et the (Court for leave to veil the nndlvlduil, two- !personal, property. mentioned i in nald decree will ; : ,: .
lie gale In front of the Court ...
announced for
and leave until firth./ Tin'n out and cut thuds Interest of my minor ,children Unv Her "
the and becomes .
and on stove when It tlousedouraforealdsitu the Bale thereof will
pan Bert Hlulowand' Lidos II. Rig low, in and to the ,
, with any nice s.mro. hot add the mixture. Cook following' dnncribud land to-wltt ''I he udl|,.iiriied to 'I'uumlav' the nth day of March, ,
egg/ All of Uiisil:: a. 4. J, 7 and to, !Titus addition, I At VI noon,and will then be made, on the steps" of
MAIIMALADK.Uso for half the well. and of which lines Hotel Indian River at Hockleilge, Flort OIlANdK a minute shaking, pan ami all of Lot 411 1, 47 Bit; ono
.niiiall hme..n, It: ,nil of which are In Tllusvllle, There will then bo Bold, to the highest. and
the sour mango. Orate the yellow ; :Spread the orange In the center, then trevard County, Florida. bent bidder lor coals the following dcBrrlbedperHonal ,
KLVIlltM.1UOLOW.. property, to-wit: All this fiirnituie,
rind cuicfully I'ruin a 'I iii.utor of the fold over and turn upon a warm dish. ad A' lIIII tratrlx of tlie and chattels whaiaoever, in the lloti'l I Indian
Spilnkle with the remaining IIpooofulofHugLr Estate of Luclun IIlver and tottugeiiUHed, lu connection therewith .
H.lliglow.
whole amount of fruit., Wolgh the Irultand Thla 1WMI.V and belonging to .mild. hotel. ) and e0rrares. ,
3rd.
Frhruarv
allow an o'llIlIlallloullt 01 /grauul.ited( : and place In the oven for two min J. WKIIII Attorney for Petitioner. OfeliBw FIlEI>EIUC'K A. MORGAN
b-uiari! Coiuuiiimloner In Chancery.
augar. Cut the iintuges rnundwlas. (not utes. :Serve at once. lI ,ys = ==-- : 7)'!iaViiia: _:>!I I
Notice.
at the blossom end), hold over a big OKANOKH I.V KItENCir STYLE. Sheriffs Sale.UXUER .
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bowl and pick uyt/ the ,pulp rejecting What we lIel'voat tables Is by no means
III. hereby Klven that on the 21nt day For Both Sexes. This Scholantio Year Began
seeds and hard bits. Diain olT the :
juice
entirely, the ,Important" point; how we NOTICE. A U I 1MOO or an noon thereafter"* I AND BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECU-

and simmer with the augur for fifteen serve Is almost equally to be conHldered. can be. County heard,Judge l will a"plto of lirevard hid. County Honor I>.for L.laulden. .... I out of the ('..lInry therein Court for October 3rd. Serd. for Catalogue) ,

minutes skim then add pulp and grated. i final Mtttlement. of vcuountN and approval lirevnrd; County In nciiune : !pendingwheroln ,
;? ; Oranges In French, style for Instance, a inv Helen, Wattonet al are plalntllfs and.
rind boll slowly for fifteen minutes of my dlHtrlhution of the assets. of the Estate:: of William H. H. Uleaiion" IB defendant I have levied College, Academic Normal Art and Music Deportments. Lug, commodious
make a decorative dish with lilt We addit H. C. Hinlth deceaMed and for mv discharge upon and will Bell at public auction to the
more, then put In jolly\ tumblers and ional trouble. The Boston Cooking from the admlnUtratorablp W of I.ode ALLKS eotate highest and best bidder for cash, In front of the Dormitory buildings! with perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian water etc., Insuring -
Court louse door at TltiiBvllie during the legal
cover when cold. School Magazine\ tells how to proparehoth"ol fenen Bept.. 8th. IKOO.Robbuls Administrator hours of Bale,upon the perfect liealthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughoutacuity; of 22

OltANUB CU TAUO. these and Illustrates tho former. F1ad Att'ji for Administrator FIRST MONDAY IN MARCH. A. I>. 1000, trained and experienced>\ Send for Catnlogiie'contninlngfull) information.Address .
the following doHurthed real, estate situated. '! In
Doll very tender the rind, of half a Select six oranges having fine skins. Cutaway Hrevard County, blorUlu and standing the J. F. FORBES President.CHAS. .
-We want to draw the attention of In the of William ,
one-third from the end of each public record name II H.
good orange, and boat It to u paste our numerous readers along the East iileaxon, the defendant. to-wlti I -.- ..
add a teaspoonful of brandy, llie( j juice of orange; then with a spoon remove all Coast and throughout the state in general Lot 0 and 12, block IK; lots 5 and 12, block 17;
lot B and 12, block IH; I"taI/ and U: block 19. In
one orange four ounces of cut (or granulated the pulp. Of the largo hemispheres cut to the ntlvts. of the live and eneretlo the town of Maui Gallic according to the. recorded :SL'"tT: c4Z OO. .,

the edge in mall Vandykes and punch business men who are bidding forsh.ire plat of Bald' town. .
) sugar, and the yolks of four columns Also the north half of the southeast quarterof 417. 4to w. IIa" t., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
eggs. Beat all together for ten minutes circles below the points or make other a of your patronage in the northeast quarter and the south half. of
01 the ADVOCATE.. If you are In need the northeast. quarter' of the Boutheaat. quarterof .
and then add by degrees pint of boiling decorations. Put the skins' thus ornamented 01 any pal tlolllar line of /goods tbe pink Section 0 In Township 27 south Range!! 37

milk or cieitm. Continue to bent In cold water, until ready to paper wilt tell you the best place to buy NW east oltboHb. Alas. the!;\;(NX of theNEyjtieS44ofthe5w of the\NE S;( of' the NKW! the\3

until the mixture Is cold ; then put In aurve. Press the juice from the pulp them Read the ads of the NE!/ the S4or' use NWIS of the NEW,
tha NM "f tie, NKK:\ of the N WJ<, the NH of the
custard cups and set them. In a deep using for this purpose a vegetable press, -If want good results will HH.Vi' : of tho >W\u, the K'A of the K.WW\( of the N
dish or of boiling wlLlllr.Vhen leer or a. piece of cheesecloth. There you you WU! the SW of the NWJi of the Nvl \#, the N)4
pan find the ADVOCATE an excellent. advertising of the NW or the RW'.anti the NK of the HWK
quite thick strew thin slices of preserved should bo one pint of juice. Add the medium. of the 8; W Ji section 7, township 27,south

orange peel on the top. juice of two lemons and one cup of sugar. range 27 east. .J. P. BROWN

Have ready half a box of golaiine (about rr- As an advertising medium no feb2marZ Sheriff.
OHA.MJE' FRITTERS. paper on the East. Coast can beat the
of J11
two tablespoonfuls granulated gelatine li' (
For thoxo two ADVOCATK. Give us a. trial ,(lvt., s
peel oranges: cat efully -One of the antl-fjerm water filters ,
soaked In half of cold water
) a
removing all the white skin. Then slice\ cup and be convinced of the pink paper'* can be seen workIng at the ADVOCATK y,,
and dissolved of water. Ln
a cup boiling worth I
and dip each piece sepiuately In butter\ ofllce. _

Hindu with one pint of milk\ three OCR*, :btruiu; tho gelatine Into Lisa orange juice; __ ___ .. __ ___ ___ ._ _____. __ __ _n________________ I I I 1 1I
stir until the sugar Is dissolved, then
and sufllciont Hour ('about onu oupfiiljto Tittlavilloltoardlisg Houses.BOUKNIGHT'S .
Hot away to become chilled. When'readyto '
I
make It just Hlltl enough to diup I Into 1 1 '
the "shells" dish
serve, arrange on a
tolling lard. A puch| of salt Is'considered TITUBVILMB' FI.A.
coveted with green leaves or arrange on BOARDING HOUSE ,
an Improvement to the baiter. Fry ,
individual pl.itos. Fill them with .e
light\; brown and with Board and room One Dollar day.
servo powdered Jolly, cut In cubes and decorate with Good airy and comfortable rooms. per

sugar. whipped cream, preened through pastry Special rates by week or month. O, BOUKNIOHT, Proprietor. Four Full Quarts Delivered for 8420.

QUltlCN'S OIIAVOE: IMJUIHNCI.J !:: I bag or tube and candied cherries. The .. ..
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A mould buttered and, papered, is dish U very handsome when the juice of -- - -- ---

filled three-quarters full Of stale cake [continued! on sixth page ] The Nation's FOR $3.20.

crumbs. Cut very.toe strips of candled 'San Mateo .

orange peel and put a thick- (Ayer of In the East childlessness! h considered Best Cigar. Sent to U'II by'Express, postoffice order or New York Exchancp, we will
a curse from the gods. It is a pathetic send
tlieso over the cake; then add a itch custard you by Express CHAHCiES PREPAID,
sight to see some childless Hindoo ..
flavored with tho juice of two sweet mother prostrate before an idol imploring FOUR FULL QUARTS

oranges or one tablespoonful of Ol'llDgo'l that the curse of childlessness may betaken It4, nIl .

:flower water. The mixture away. Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old

quite reach the top, of the rno'-ld. Stream I wiser Are we than much tbeheathen ZinYitlit.Whybuy .

one hour or bake. r ? made from tobacco doctored with Calhoun Pure
4 Thousands! of : Imported cigars, heavy tropical I Rye Whiskey

U1tAN0E ClIAUI.OrTK. _a a a childless opium and other
One-third box gelatine one-third cup women are We.hlp In PLAIN PACKAGES no marks to indicate contents (which will avoid all com
of cold water one-third cu'p; of boiling ,' not as they pricey men e.) When Jon get It and tent it. If It I I... nut sattefactnry return It ftt OUR ..X DENSE and
your '3.20 will be cheerfully, rerunlled.' This Whiskey f..a*iroo.l mi '/n 00 good In the market.
any
11 ANYl of 23; .. .:$Ltlo
i IIUPPOse111- FREE BY MAILTO BOX \ve are cl"a .t hand and can give' ,
water, ono cup orange Juice, eight pips/ ''II you QUICKER DKUVKRY; than distant hoimen. Wa have
n der Nature'sban been doing "" (},.-
RlTrI'rf1liVthi"'metamlror over I8 and to
YEARS our
n
(Juice of onn lemon, If de"Ia'ol1)), whites of (' but are ADDRESS......j Boxofoo.$1.75 .'O>!!)IIILJTY ANU ,;, dealing, we reler you to say merchant here or to
the editor of
three egg Line a bowl with the soc- suffering front I thllll'aper.

tlons of oranges lady fingers or sponge a diseased SJV: O\JVLE: -= ., SOLOMON & LEVI,
condition of 1023 & 10HO: First Avenue
cake. Soak gelatine In cold water until
the delicate feminine organs. It may be P. O. Box JIo. '33. BIRMINGHAM ALA.
oft, pour' on boiling water, add sugar debilitating drains or female weakness SAN >r ATEO, FLA. ,

and lemon juice; strain and add orange and perhaps; an ulcerated and inflamed --- -- .. ---- ---- _._._ --- ---- NOTICE I-We pay Express: Chargs" to all points' reached by 'SOUTHERN' EXPRESS: CO'ltPANT -
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juice eight pulps with a little of the condition of the l Luts. In any case the -- '" hilt to 'points' on '''n.H. of other Express rmnpanles., we prepay only to points whereSouthern
diseased condition mutt be removed anda Express!; ( oni|>.ny transfers to eau.l other Express Company.
grated rind; cool I In a pan of Ice water. healthy condition established before If You Have Not I

Beat the whites of eggs l stiff ,anti when the maternal function can be fulfilled. I

the orange jolly begins! to harden beatto 1\Ianya mother acknowledges her debt H. A. HODGES....

a light foam, add whites and beat until to Dr. rierce's Favorite Prescription and I
to its inventor Dr. R.V. Pierce, Buffalo, Manufacturer of
'Ivjur}
stilt enough not; to drop. "into N> Y., who invites the sick to write and Found What You Want. and

the mould! and cool on Ice; one pint of consult him without charge. Favorite . ..Cypress Yellow Pine Lumber...

whipped cream may be piled on the\ top Prescription promptly allays irritation, ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads Fruit and Vegetable (Crates:

after the charlotte haw been removed heals drains ulceration, ,cures female checks weakness the debilitating and the!' For Home, suppose you take a. trip down and look at our Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges. or building In

from the mould Loosen all around tlia down It any part of Florida would, do well to waste for prices. The saw mills are locatedat !
accompanying bearing pains. Fruit aud Garden Lands along the
edge with upalette,, knifes, place dish gives vitality and elasticity to the organs Buffalo Bluff, near VaUtka! on the J.. T.' K. W. n,. Lumber delivered! to any
of the East Coast.
feminine and establishes the part Address H. A. HODGES, Buffalo BIuIT, Fla.
firmly over the mould and turn quickly peculiar .

upside down. natural conditions which make for the East CoastSettlers --.. -
easy birth of healthy children.
OIIAKOB IIASKKTS. There is nothing just as good for yonas ESTABLISHED: 1880.'

Ices, jellies and salads\ are now usually' put!off' Favorite with a substitute.Prescription. Don't be are flocking In but still there Is room. If you. are Bond
:
nerved artistic baskets or pups tuado Lumber Co.
"I hare near written you how irr efut 1 am looking this way, drop a line to '
from orange, lemon shaddock skins. to you for your help
To do this first scrub the skins thoroughly one that of ever the cam wMient.into dearest a horn thirteen." wrltea pound M...gHrln. M. JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Ylce-Pret&ldent, Manufacturers of and Dealers In
of South Liberty St, Galeaburjr. lit
In coM water that no unsightly specksmar Vutine 647
.
"When 1 wrote yon about my ailmenta f wm LORIDA EAST COAST R'T
their fair surface wipe dry and tutor In KlchUntl.' IowaI' took dx bottle of LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING
Dr. Piam'a Favorite Freacrtptton, four of the ,
then with sharp scissors' shape Into OoMcn Medical Diaco...,,' and four ...1.of ST. AUGUSTIN, FLA. ,

handled, kel or cut an entire circular Dr.four FierWa bottle, of Plraumt the Favorite>.. .. Prescription Before I had*taken I was -. Mouldinjts, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orangeand

piece from one end, laying this aside for a new woman I cannot make pen dcacrib my Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.Saw .

a cover. Remove the pulp of the fruit heartfelt Dr. Pierce's gratitwU.Pleasant" Pellets regulate I Remember r rthe ADVOCATE ;--job--Printi g.1 riaofog and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. A.: K. W. R'y.. Yards at

with a sharp-poleted spoon. Chill the Ui stomach liver and bowels. DeLand and Tltosvllle.


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Professional Cards. ''I ARIZONA HEARD FROM.Mr. Over-Work Weakens I II

I WANT IT KNOWN I We Hand
Your Kidneys. Carry on
IEOHOB M. RonnrNS. W ALTaR a. QUA Arthur Snyler' a former popular
resident. of Daytona and :New bmyrna,

TOBBLVS L1 A GRAHAM, That IF. THOMAS- -, corner Allans writes us us follow: Unhealthy Kidneys Make Imrurc Blood. 1 / the finest! stock to be obtained and are prepared to

ArrOmmYS-A T.LA W, Mailiaon, keep fresh' Drugs, makes DB CABRZAS, Aiuzov.v TlClt"February All the blood In body 1 vxrcu'o all orders Pl'omptly.0 only solicit.th
1U 1900 your passes through:
'.. Mucking! Bird }Fond sells the best I business of dealers.
kidneys everthree minutes.
OFFICII nouns:-From 10 to 12 a. : ''lrs, finest Soaps\ and rerfumeriea, F.diturIndian Kirrr AJrorat : your once --- --o
The
and 2 to 4 p. m. ( puts up tiriptions. just' right Dear Sir-Many of my old Jo .l"t Coast tI .. .-.. .;;m.5 fh> blood kidneys purifiers( ,are I they your filter I -+iL :ri, f :i 3-F- Let' us have your orders for pure Maine Grown

TITUSYTLLB, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. \ day in the year. Give him a friends may be pleased to learn lam atlll \ cut the waste or pi P hEED Po TATOES.u .
.
I p.0.130x,108 in the land of the living. I an away up -, impurities In the blood.If .1 -
Will In all the courts state and Chill and Fever Tonic 50 FQ .
practice feet above beloved the they are sick or out ( t + We pinchnHO our 1I"I'clln car loads direct from theRi11
apot,
I oral. (' Bird Food. . . . 25: 5fKK your -40 Celebrated Mulne Seed Farms
of
I facilities for and Coast of Florida and am In a small order they fall to do
examining East
Special ,
. 25 .
I land tltlei. Cough Cure . -I- their work. { -- o
Inle that U holding its breathfor -
Iron Tonie . . . 75; mining boom camp anllt not have to holdIt Pains aches and rheumatism dr1 Quotations child on app'loation.' Stencils furn-
Nerve Restorer . . 50 i a ; may ..
4 l hed.
GAULDE much longer for we coma from excess 0
I
looflt- mean -
D.L. Reef Iron anil Wine . 50< _
-- --- -- 0-
feel the effects of It now. Many of the of uric acid In the --r
ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW, RlitiiumtlHtn Cure .2;; and 1\0' miners here have been walling for twen- -- blood duo to neglected: We are In the bout.posulbla position to !handle your

iiiul Agent for Young's ty years for it, and are grey-hended. kidney trouble. consignments and! sullen them guaranteeing;

01 Will Florida practice, and the all United the Courts States Courts.of the Magic C'ures. : Last night we had a storm, and things Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady for the same our prompt personal attention.

I. U Box 235. TITU8VILLK FLA.Money "' Magic/ oil. . . . 25: froze up pretty badly. The mountains heart beats and makes one feel as though:
"'" Magic: Dyspepsia' Cure. M/ above us show a light fall of snow The they had heart trouble because the heart Is 'Wte & aoorv\/a. tOn....

to Loan. "'" Magic Consumption Cure IlK( town or camp Is In a pocket, like Highlands over-working in pumping thick, kidney.
.JACK8() VJLJ.F.:. }'L01UI>, .
:Magic Catarrh Cure . 25' l N. C. ; and the weather Is warmer poisoned blood through. veins and arteries.It -
GOLDSMITH used to be considered that only -------
,
feet lower down. urinary
M. The following people were either than In Wllcox) 1,000
troubles were to be traced to the
know Some kidneys, ESTAni.lSllKI)11410.
or found relief, after using We are nearer the sun, you
will write but now modern science proves that nearlyall
wish It-I
UII n >4 Magic I Cure : day-If you YOIIornf'tblnlt
rrOKNET-AT-LAW, of the life In and of this constitutional diseases have their begin-
Mrs W E llurbage was given up to camp .
of consumption two years ago by ; section, for youispowsy pink paper.I ning In kidney trouble.If .
TITDSVILI.IC, of New York's greatest specialists must tell you the meaning! theoamp'8 first you are sick you can make no mistake M. Lane & Son
by doctoring your kidneys. The mild
Uulcaa are a Spanish
using The Young! Mugio i Cure name. you
and the
extraordinary effect of Dr. Khmer'sSwampRoot ,
J. WEBB, is still living to-day. rider II V scholar It will sound peculiar. The peak the
F : Vrosident. Second Advent above us-:2,000 feet-li.vs two heads, or great kidney remedy Is
r soon realized. It stands the highest for Us
ATTOR AT-LAW, (church Georgia and Florida a peak on a peak; and land-mark the Mexicans Dos, wonderful cures of the most distressing cases 253: : WASHINGTON: STUEKT:, NEW YORK
of Bronchitis ten stund- yearn ago named the
years
Will practice in the Courts of the '. Mrs Moiicreaf! mother-in-law of C.tbezaa (Two Heads). I am told It Is and Is sold on Its merits -. "-

Circuit. Taxes paid for ) J N Jones, dentist of Jacksonville I referred to In Mexican history aa: one of by all druggists In fifty- ". till! .. ;, Southern Fruit and Produce
and one-dollar aiz- iii : .!
and rents and accounts collected. ('lIrt'tlof pnraly ll'l. A rich bunk the land-maikft of thin oountiy. cent ".
Haut all East es. You may have a
"' daughter, spending the summer With leg .rllll to you my
TITCSVILLB, sample bottle by mall name of .
Coast fl'lelld" and wishing the ADVOCATE: gwsmpRoot.free
A U !MncUoiinell, general 8t"'l1t'r ,
pl also pamphlet telling how to find
you
mid ticket of theFCA 1' continued immpeilty,
agent out If have kidney or bladder trouble. Coaaciaaaloalozau: : :: : : H.vCoxcl.i.cLrj.ta.-::
PENNEY, ') Fernandina. found I mediate re- I am, yours I truly, you Dr. Kilmer :: :
A.D. Mention this When writing
after Cure Aiiriiru! SA YIEn, paper
uslngTlie/ Young Magic
) H I* Uownea, physician and !surgeon Justice' ( of I he Peace.An It Co.. Binghamton N. Y. rl Al'l'J.ES.\. SPECIALTY. Stencils Cards, and our quotations furnished! on
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW
!\ (til., writes : "I have

n widow lady of consumption> IMItor's", Life Saved by Cliam- application..TACKHONVIM.H.
TlTUSVItXE -
The Young Magic Cure." Mrs erlaiii Cough Remedy TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.I .

Will practice In all the courts of the Wilclur an etttiinnlile. Cliristiuu
During the early pint of October, 18011,
Judicial Circuit. of 700 Bridge "street, ,Jacksonville, T cn)1tmclclll1I'fl: cold which settled on will be at the following places on c Ti.JO.ro.orl.C: : d;:, Fitch,

"' ., says her son wa cured of -on- my lunge( and was neglected until I feared the dates named, for the purpose of ns- ,

by the Young Magic Cure that: consumption had appeared In nn sensing taxes for the your 1001)): !' :, FIYA.

TAMES ANDREWS, K K Gardener, principal of S|>iild- Incipient state.. I was constantly coughing }'t I'lt'reo Monday Feb. :2(1!

Seminary, Montezunmaha.writes> : and trying to expel something whichI White City Tueml.iy: :n Grocers :and Commission Merchants,

Main otllce ATTORNEY-AT-L and P. O. TIUIIAI.S. FLA. YOllnl.1II11" \ 1\ Cure cured nly could not. I became alarmed and after Fort Drum Thin.Milny Mar 1 IIHAR PinWe Leg to ntintn Jim our prlwn on the follouliiK: genes. f. o. h. Jacksonville. quality .
W L Drake)
rev Singleton giving the local doctor a trial, bought a WoodloyHeams Mond.iyTuesday n guuranteiMl, aunt won' ldu... (iluusuil, to ruiwlve yoiirorilurs lu any iintiitltyil |
Office open at Ft. Plerco on ?fcnd and & Ga., writes.tt'r: using! the f1 ... .. .. .
bottle of Chamberlin'a Cough Uumedy GRAIN HAY AND KKKD: | *t II. 1tnenpnrII . .. .. .10 toll
Fridays of each month. Magic Cure, my hearing is and the result was Immediate Improvement ebnstll1nVedoesclllY 7 .. .. ... . ..... .. .DOI Laril.uoiiipnmul' : : mir' In (HI
Will practice in all the courts of Corn, ion Ibs., sackOorn 'I : ::: :::: : :.01
(' better. I could hardly hear a and after IIII.d unod three bottlesmy Mlcco 'l'hlll'III'lY"' 'H" 110 II,..,jeer sniikiiaui .. .. .. .. .. ... ... I Oft Rli'o, lu..4)1) to , 7th.Judicial Circuit.OTEPHEN tch tick ; now I can hear one' ten lungs; wore restored. to their healthy Grant Friday. .t 1) whlM, .par siiok... .. .. .... .. .. .. 1.x6 I l'4 0aognn, per I'rinse. ... .. .... ....., to .in
K T Tngland Jk Son, lead 12 I Hran, per IUI Ibs . . .... .. .. .. .. ]on .. runnleil', ArliMii, ''r pound 1. ....,. .. ,114
away. Publisher or( Mnlabnr Monilay p
state.-U. 8. EuwAium, .. .. .. . .
1I.1l\l"I. .. . Lot TOe.gnuuwr bliii'k Hi ... ... ... .. .. JIi
E. FOSTER, merchants of HllrhalllvilleIy.., The Review, Wyant, III. For sale by 13.K. Tillman Tuesday 13 \V h"llt.It".I"IIt'. ... . . .I IC. .I..itol.t. I < Ihllll"IoIl'.ldllllll'.I"'rlb.ptr .,. .... .. .... ? .o6y{;
: "Mrs Hancock, who was in the Wilson& Son.WEATHER. Melbourne Wednesday 14 rt..I\Io"l.h'ltllt.III" liHI His. .. .. .. I.IS .h.lly.ll+ .. .. .. .. ..... .. ..
!\stages of consumption, after using Jiilllo 15 Ilay.pur UHilbs( v. .11 !I. lIHis' .. ilJMI
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Young Magic Cure, Is now able to Eau }Thursday Friday: lit FL1/1'ItGitITSAND MKAU1l4 SnvohpnrMi"; ; ; ::::::::: :','. :::::: :::: 1.IMI

REPORT. TropicHnnynn .... ... . Woiltt, ('|B4k4>.., per .. .. ;
Rooms 420! and 423: Gardner Dullding.J'ACKSONVILLE churcli and visit friends> ; Mr Monday 10 >st l'atontFlonrpnrbnrml. 4m: .. .. .... Ofl.IM
.. .. li...in'i !1411111111 ( rnvkers, per Ib'InMo .. .... ..
Driscole, a ship, carpenter on rm Lotus TuesdayWednesday :20!I) Urite.perbarrul.u.Itastl'atonlFlunrierpfbnrrel.' .. .... ......... .. .40 ; ,'..,"' ".... per iloa. .... .. .. .. .. 1rt.
FLA. :Myrtle avenue, Jacksonville, Fla., says By llev. Jas. II. White, observer for Geonrlan.i: : :21. 1Nualporbarrel. .. . ....... .. .. u.in ('.I'.II.iI1KI.1J. hairsTitumtiws .. ...... .... ... .... I'M''
:3-Ihperd0a....,...... .. . .. .IW
had! asthma worse than any living Weather Bureau, U. S. Government City Point TUiiisdayFilday :22. : MK:.VTS 1'HOVIHIONrt.. MlltO.UlII..ltroIlR.. . .. .... .. .......".. .411
SAMUEL T. SIIAVLOK, QOKDOK K. Ih'oO ; tried all, kinds of asthma cures SUMMARY FOR JAN (TAlLY, 1000.( Merritt 2.1: ItostSpuira'ailnnon perlb.... .... .. .. .. .JM1v.>\ l'uh"Isapxr.0ek.. .. ..... ,..,. .. .? .. .. !I.\II\!
found the Young Magic Cure the Hliiinlilers, pur\III.... .. .. .. .... ...07U to .INt.1Ilnnis SeetI"itatppnspersack..L16tosonOnlonsperharrel. .
CHAYLOR & BROOME, Mrs John Menzies wife of MrTohu Highest temperature on the 10th .751)) Iliiulover Tuesday 27 |I'''r II,.. ....... .,., ,. ,,.......1 UUiWa : .... .. .. ............ .. .. .. Los:
.
,merchant I.owost" 3rd,. .82.0 Minis 'VednellIIIY", as also handle Y"K..tubKn ami rrinluoo for our (I'lMtoniiiri. anil those goodi are brlimliia lieratmlavas
ATTORNEYSATLAW.Will Menzies a large on Mean for the month . . . B7.1 LnGrango Thursday 211! litliowKtToiiMtims
Uay street, Jacksonville I 1< 1'1.' says for 18 . 00.7 Tltusvillo Fi Iday 30 I'i'ur cratit.. :.. .. .. .... .,.,fl./flO to (2 00 We nrfl pnylnir t,>otln1f..r
practice In all the Courts of son had rheumatism so bad that Average mean yeais SlItJlrtlny" :ill pEgplunt.I'lueiipplim. .. ....... .. ...... ....17\t..1I1I: Kllnt llbliw, imr III. ... .. ... . .. .. .I..to.11
his ankles' almost. worked Highest; In 1SS2. l.8( Cocoa ". .. .. .. .... ... .. .to /I.IK'' Uri-iiu Malt HiiUis, |H>rlb.. . .. ,...OHWt.l.OB
State. Office In Law Exchange./ bones of !.n"est" .4 "JI'lIIa. 5.'i.n: Canaveral Tuesday April a Uranus, brluhta: .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..8,26t"6.76: |IIN RWSX, p4ir' Hi. .. .. . .. . .. .. ... .MtO.M
JACKSONVILLE lie went to Hot NpringstArk., 1 lUltifalt In Inches. . . . 4.SA Blanks will be left at all the postof- rnsiiitsTurkpys ... .. .. ... .... ....3.4Xltn 3.1111 'litllow |per HiAlllgutorHklns.. .. ... ... .. .. .. ... .. .,WM t41 .11It
did him no good, but was made : alive, per II .. ... .. .. .. .. Uto. II T ft>..t and I up . .. .. I.INI
the Average for 2:) years . . :: 2.01 tlces in tho county for the purpose of Eggs: pnrdoa.. .'. ... .. .. .. .. ...lIt..1I1 .. .. IIt"llf''tallfl''p I .. ....into .in
after Magic
using/ Young OieiUest, In 1S78! . 1045: milking returns Huns, eaoll. ..,.. .. .. .S11/ to .40 (*....nllkln., O."hj. ..... .. .. . ... .m: to .*n
GEORGE W. ALLEN, which made him a new! man. Least .. 18112) . 0.41: J. F. WoorK.v, Sprh'gensennh' . .. . . ..\\l) to .:.10 ou..r" ? .. . . ...8.00101.110W.

I can show hundreds of cases In.JII'kHol1vIUt' 1'rovailitigdirection; of wind. . XW Assessor.WAVTKI would, be 1,1""fl to Hull youoiir (troc-urle mid grain hOlY your hides, and handle your'

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, }'111., and hundreds of Number of clear days .'. . 10) -- --- veK tahliiN and proiliioB, MOTIMMON9kJ\ Yours t. FITCH
Wash. to New Mex t '
from Scuttle, fair . . . B ) VFUAI.' rKIWONS VOlt DIS- II), 17. 19andViSouLhOnosntruet, .\ .'KBU N VH-Lt:, ItIpLANT ...
KEY WEST _
o.'I ico. The Young\ Magio Cure Co. Is .. cloudy . . . 7 ... by $:MlOM( ). and will donate to me in their! own and! surrounding;
Will In the United . 8
practice "dl'yswlthraln. eoiinrliKj. Willing to pay early i K O. pavuhlnwotiklv.
institution of Florida
and State Courts. charitable ; Desirable:: eniilnyiniinc|, with: : nniiHiialopportunities. :
five hundred dollars, if any resident", Island Home K'tfereiiuus em''lian(4Ml.| kniiliMH,'
physician or specialist of the State of Mori lit* Inland, Fla.: sew aililrosHHil stampnil ".....1..1'... S. A. 1'ark SYSTEM.
:$M ('iixtiui HinMtiiK." Ohluuito.
O. FRIES, C. E. Florida can! show more cures of consumption ,
T catarrh, asthma, rlieiiina There is no better medicine for tile babies --

COUNTY PURVEYOR. and pfinilysK than Chambel'lln' (Cough; itemedy. "HOW TO DO BUSINESS "

!Mild trealmt'ntIJgsecond) ; treat Its pleasant taste and prompt and ffectual ,
Land legally surveyed and ment ftl.00) ; fourth treatment, $:>.((10. cures make: l It favorite. with ea TI1B The Trunk Line from, Florida. to all point NORTH!, EAST, SOUTH and WEST.

Mapping neatly done. Estimates Sold! only by mothers and small children. It quickly Three through Sleeping Car Lines to East, vlii ClmiloHton and I Atlantic Coast Line.

all kinds of engineering; woiks. II10XKY; THOMAS, cures their coughs and colds preventing Secretor Success in Retail Merchandising, 'l'hl'U8 through sleeping Cur Lint-s to the Kant via Havannali and Southern Idiltway

puted lines a specialty Corner' Adams: and Madison trl'.tM..Jlwktlonvlllt pneumonia other serious. consequen -lly GBO. N.31cLEAN.--: : Two through Sleeping Car Lines to the West via Montgomery and L. A N. It. J(.
I !. Fla. ces. It also cures' croup and has l) -
TITUSVILI.E, Urovnrd Co., \sod in teas of thousand of canes without I "*...aU..n/ IttiHlnHHM, and How to ""cneR.. Ono through Slettplng: Car Line to the West via Montgomery and 1\1. A:, Ohio U. It.
Ia l It,
a singular; failure so far us we nave fully A text" hook over of ,pnbllHlinu.practlititl.. hints rules and examples One through Sleeping: Cat Lino to the West via Savannah nml Southern Railway.

UOUGIITON'S Free to the Ruptured. been able to 11>11I'n. It not poly cures of SIK, li rare value that. everyone no mutter FORMING THE\ GREAT TIIUOUCJH( ( CAl LINE.
DU but when given; an soon as the how old and experleni'Hd, fumiot hut derive
croup will the almiilute, and positive value '.nmltM teitiihttiK The Now York and! Florida: special and Tho New York and Florida Limited. '
crtfupy cough appears' prevent while to the young novRe It Is a hand book amitreuHiire lieat cloclilo with observation) ,
Solid vestibule trains stuam llghtml
FLOATING DENTAL APAnT I>r. \V. S. Rice, Well-known attack. In cases of whooping cough' it of. IndlH)"t'lmuhle value. compartment,
I sends trial of Ills liquefies the tough mucus, mnkingltens-, at Grand ('hupwni. Agents: Wanted. Full dining and library cam running solid between Mt. Augustine; and Jersey City
n
on the (Denton) Authority, her to and lesBenn the severity A tout outrtt, liiohKllnp; the SJ hook on receipt are operated over the Plant System For Intuunatlon wilto,
ramous Kemeily Free. expectorate' of fl. Hook soils to every storekeeper, In all
Now AT PALM and frequency of the paroxysms of Hues. Ivmtmeelonrevel.t0f1J., AdilressJK H. C. McFadden Division Passenger; Agent.liM ,
'
that disease of 'h.lttlON JACknUNChioag0; 111.WAMFIl .
thus depriving |
coughing
,
: Wont Hay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville Fla.,
JfowCure Tlivnmelvesat HomeVtlHumt For sale -- -- -- ----- ---- -- ---
AnynnaCan all dangerous consequences.
The Largest and Most I'.dn. n..nlr..r.. Operation or an by all Druggists and medicine Ilealor8.IIJtF.'A SrcVKRAt.: 1-RKHOV4 VOlt 1)4- B. W. WrGnn I'nssengerTialUoManiKer, Savanoali, Git. ,

Hour's Loss of Time from Work. .. M.lungers"' lu this state to reprunout -
plete Establishment South. ,
me In their 4>wn and eurronndlugcounties.
To the tlmiiBanils, upon thmiiiaiiils of ruptured IU) COUNTY8TATKMKNT.T1tEASUIIEIL'S! !' ,
Willing! to |>av yearly ffMHI ,payubieweekly
GEO. S HACKER & people who are torturing themselves" with truss ) U..I."IIlo eiuploynutnt with unusual'
dancer of death (ruin.tranaulatlon.
cs and In moniamary 1IHMI. I ol'I."tll|> nltlM. itefifrences ex Feb. 1st
lr W. B. Rice Tin Main Street .elf.adfl..d .t..I"1 envelope, 8. A. Park. ,
AiliiuiH.. N. V., will set it free to all a trial, of his Balance cash on hand Jan. 1st. JIW) 9 70 6!H aJIJ: Cuxton llulldlnir:,|Chlosito.Alvrars .
famous nietliiicl that I has saveilso' many lives and I Amount received in Jan., IWMI .. 7 I women and. children well -
nindummany men* It.::>>
I and" strong ml permanently cured of old and Total .... .. .11.11..0 44 1
illitlrulc ruplmm.' 1>.. nut be backward about Lens warrants paid In Jan., IIMO, ,
i writing: for a free trial. It will tout you nothing and delivered to County Commissioners -
i and will eimhle you to see how easily you can ana School Hoard.. 728 21
i In a very short time without' Innlnir I
cure yourself : : '
hour from: work. fir, Rice In:: determined thatevery Balance. on band Feb. let, 1t 0.$83423 fE9i 'I
.
Hiilferlnir. man or wonmn, shall know thewundertnl -
truth that rupture can he .cured. and AUOVB HALAWrm III HELD AS r0LLOWUIDeposited I ( )
sends, bjr mall SJ t
ho therefore penormmly! prepahl in Indian River tate )Hank w
his method, absolutely' free, and you a r
: :: nl tke. a* |per Canliier's certi5aste..5 7I S It:
free trial: of |i. Write tol l .y without C..h.n safe, ae shown to Coins.. . 4ti OHBACANOK rbeapor
you cannot afford to iiilas this free and generous -- /J In the end Ihnn .nr seeds

---...... otter _______ _.__ Total ............. .. . . .... .. 103123: J. that only cost half a< tniii'h.
., .. 8 Minn., had two UELOH01XO TO BACH IIVIJD AS Il'UL' "\.t Tested, true to nuine, fresh sod ilil
c:7X.r: bail Mr.scrotal O Nll ruptures:im,4if t .>icn bath: of which he cure LOWS' rvllahle.. Always thv ...... Ask. )
home without suffering any Wr V.ry'-tBhe no ofhera.Writs
,iiermanenrly' at his Oeneral Fnnul..I 3 .'J
Revenue- .
County J/
MANUFACTURERS OF pain or losing and tints fnmi work lie need the Howl sml Itrldite: fund .. .. . I Kl. .. for 1\1110> S-t Auoual.M ,
It "This won- reinti: f'II.
ruinous' Rice nmthoil end sayof : .. I)
211.M
fund
Doors Blinds ilurfiil hnneonre h"s proven to lie to that oUllld '. feeding lIlilldtnK frlsouera Fund. ,.. 3IH M !iJo. ......,.. Mirk. .NJ .-

Sash he 8Mlro. I am fully cured of two bail ""crotalruptureii Flneand Forfeiture Fund .. .. 87.111 '# ....,;;;.;: '........ ""
ami am very Krutcful to I>r I lace for School Fend ,4 'ft k '- ";"'"..... rt"idlf ;;;.;,.;.;;r ... *! .: t
n..I..n.l. ;
& having I I. rented curls a l Senplyourname Special| I Koad Kund.illi-t No 8. "IT M .
Building ,
Moulding will It -
iwnple, who are rui>tur" l use Hiwcutl, Ilimtl )fund diet No 6... 'MM( I
and address l lu Ur. W. B. Rice, 710 Main "' Gnu Warden Fund . ... ..... till oo( -- -- .
St Aoaius' N. Y., and he will ulailly send you a A : ..-Ifonestinanor woman to travel
Office & Warcrooms. King, free trial with IMtrnctions "u to hew you "T Sin monthly anileximiiMm well known Masonic Home mentions
Cannon Street.Charleston run quickly and easily.. cure .... at home. Total.llriRv f 34 :aJoni for large, with 1.1" Inrr4iai4et salary fxniltlon per1nwnent The matron of a one Inmate

Write to-d.ciireul sound duuller batorelspring: County Treasurer i em..lone _-addressed .tiiniin.l en'eli>|'.. seventy years of age, who has been in the infirmary for three years,
S. C. I you will lie as a MA X Aj Kit XM: Caxtun bulhiliiK. ClilcwKO.Choice .

work b8KI.... Deafness Cannot lie Curedby a great sufferer from indigestion( and has been taking Ripans

andWklakey'ehtacured "! ules about a year and a' half and finds them po beneficial that Tab.1
Sash Weights Cord A Fl local applications, as they cannot

Si 5. f't..... pain al HcMik horn nf wtthoul |I'artlcul.r not reach the diseased portion of the ear. as a WInes.Llq uore never. without them. He is willing that his name should be used fat

UPIIJ ';/ sent Ro.li There Is only one way to cure Deafness, :'
Hardware. 'TJgeR. U. W WJULLO. Co.mew. and that Is by constitutional remedies. and Cigars a testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other person'
P."r MIA
1006 North Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition Guaranteed Pure. to try them. A second old gentleman in the same institution, |

Window and Fancy of the mucous lining of the Eustachian -
Sold at reduced eighty-four years of age, has had liver trouble for many years and
BO YEARS' Tube. When this tube gets !1 ''I" I
price
A !ISPEOIALTY. EXPERIENCE lollanied yon have a rumbling sound or finds that R'l'P'A'N'S help him very much. :They also have two i

Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely Imported
t closed ellrnflIJl' is the result, and unless S' Tukvy Win, nurses there, one thirty years: of age the other forty-two; both suffer

the Inflammation can be taken out and from Italy. from indigestion, causing headache depression of spirits and nerv

YirginiaHomes pp..r 1w bearing this tube will restored be destroyed to Its normal forever condition; nine John B. Togni .usness. They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they

4t tJ. cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, always have a package In their pockets. The matron also states
f1 MARKS. which is. nothing but an Inflamed condition Metropolitan Saloon, 121 East Buy St.,
Tnoe
,,ill that she is of and at times suffers with indication
Yon learn all about Virginia Lands ; OCSIONS: of the mucous surfaces. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Wholesale forty-five years age

Its resources, products, mode of cultivation f9 COPYRIGHTS Jtc. We will give; One Hundred Dollars for and X.tall"HooAi causing pain and paroxysms' bekiinrj, and finds that the

prices, etc., by reading on..u.Anyone IV. ,i.-,"ten1l"ir I In an pr' ""ably our a.k.U4 pstentab oplnhin h and free d.wcriptmn: {ommnnlnr.r .r mar an. any that case cannot of Deafness bu cured(caused by Hair by catarrh Catarrh) Tabulc are very good indeed and Is perfectly willing to have her

Virginia Farmer. Send 10cs.for ,, mriotl eondUeiiflnl. IIuiillKiokon. Patents. Send for circulars free. .
us naenrr for soeuruiir patunto. Cure. : Marriage Paper. .N name used in a tesilmonW.4).r 4The
3 months subscription to s"I nt alms,; tWin: thmuub tlunn Co. :oelveffrrial F. J. CHENEY 4:: CO.. Toledo, O. of advertisers. to ?..._ _
Tnoasaails _ ......
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Farmer Co. Emporia, Va.cu nolle C3p Sold by Druggists, 7"cHall's from Wsallbr patmna Intrude m.1.Y5 sI.aNf as.a1n.aa.4 ----. .._.. ,...,_..
tbe best. MOB rormal slid eniunsl. 1UU woN -..--.... ,. 'Ahw'a1 'wW ,- ...... _"..
;.;;j'1'U! : Jlm rI% 114.A Family Pills are .d. free 101&<1_. m.mplecopy :Xtt bas; -- sarwrWTIWatp.wup ar e' ,ew .....-..- awe_ .

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Roomed1 Have 1.re. $4 eI -Honest nan or woman to travel :
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many thonsuid I .,.t n any. .a .ta.t"7i: ,,. :'; WAITED" Lease; salary '11& monthly and III *t 8AMPLE"opleoofl/)( -
called hopej_ !. .,. ,,, _, with Increase position permanent Great t Dig JY1B >itdri/tareatN*.>svap..nand ADVOCATE does neat clean Job
lays al lruttwe-thir.i..rall.l.ptom.r: 1 Il/t/h:J m l g v3 attitroadwsyNew York enclose self.addrensed. stamped .... .Iob.. Vntfs1rMH Mmt upon. r4ieli!c of lee/ for IMNMan. Printing.I .
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-f INDIAN RIVER-ADVOCATE. 4- BEYOND LIBERTY'S'. BOUNDS. Indian River Real Estate Agency I


AWBBKLV JODBMiL DBVOTBD TO TBB D8TILOFMB.NT That every man bas the right toa

Or TUB INDIAN B.IVBB, LAKBWOHTH free and Judicious exercise of 0.641'IN6
TITUSVILLE FLA.YOU
BAY.EOTION.. e .
AND U1HOA.YKK speech is a proposition too obviousto ,

admit of contradiction. This

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. right has been delegated by the 4&BSO&UTEEY PURE would do well if you have property to sell and want It advertised this '

constitution of the United States paper, free of cost to you, and put In the hands of live men, to write at once to
CBARLBI H. WALTON, Editor & Proprietor. this for Blank Contracts, and property before the .
and the constitutions the several Makes the food more delicious and wholesome Agency put your publlo.rr
!: ,Many sales will probably bo made this winter by this Agency. Why
states. It is our glory that no not
Discontinuance of nlvtn. must be made per- WOVAl BAMtNO(Pownra' CO.sew Vow,.

onally at this cube or by writing. man, however elevated his official yours.PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre,$2.00 to $10.00.

or social position, can escape the ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, 2.00 to 20.00 per acre.

Check,eto.,may be made payable to CHABLKH criticism or censure of the people, THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. ,FRIENDS: MY DOG AND I. Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of Eau I)
H. WALTON,publlaher and proprietor when known laws regulating human Gallie; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables Price, $1,000.] S
ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 miles south of Titusvilie. Will pay $1,000 this f
Addreii all oommunloatlon to conduct have been violated. Any The spread of the English Ian. [Written far the Aduncate./ ] year and H2.000 next. Price, $7,000. I I

INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, abridgment of such right would Is a theme on which a good The storm is raging fierce to-night: HAMMOCK LANDS, near Tltusville, from $5 to $25 per acre. f
TITUHVILLIB. KLOHIDA.IT. meet with a storm of disapprovaland guage Around my humble home, One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2| miles west of Tltusville, good for [

---. q ,-- ,- indignation. But there is a many enthusiastic writers have The snow Hakes dance In their delight pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, //iO.OO. .

S. Department of Agriculture vast difference between the Judicious grown eloquent, and it does seemas Like fairies.In the foam. -
if the tongue of Shakespeare My heart is sad, by weight of woe,
exercise of free speech and
Pin.
Weather Ilureaii-Jupiter, were, destined to become the world Of trouble, grief and pain;
the I slanderous allegations of a wild lauguage of the future. An Interesting I hardly know where I shall go Jas. :TR?. Sours: I
and sensationalist.The To loved ,
The following in a comparative state visionary instance of the growth of meet ones again.
ment of temperature and rainfall for the recent to defame
attempt I've buried those dear to
Fob :20. IfHX( ) the study of our idiom ie referred once me, : : G-r.a.1D. Feed :::
week ending Tuesday, the characters of such men as Senator And I alone do roam, Elay, dour: ,
-1000- -181)9) to in a report on the condition of
I've traveled o'er the blue
Tallaferrp and the Hon. C. B. deep sea
DATE. MAX. MIIT. MAX. MIN. Hong Kong issued as a parliamentary Longing to reach my home. GRITS, MEAL AND COTTON SEED MEAL. NEW' GARDEN i
is
of Jacksonyille an
no asIB Rogers, example
14 78 08
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in London few The wanderer that I chance to be
72 05 72 Iii! of the unwarranted exerciseof paper a days Finds little'pleasure here, SEED, ARRIVING* FRESH ALL THE TIME. :
10 79 01 78 07 ago. It Is therein pointed out that i I
the right of free speech. A-de But longs the loved one he see
17 79 00 <81 HU!( 53 00 tective by the name of J. G Holland not only is the attendance of the Those who to him were dear.may Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects, ; Harmless to man or I I

18 43 37 has tried his Chinese the public elementary cot stands the I beast. Agent/ for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotations I
19 BJ: 31 (8 01 upon unsupported schools there My by dashing sea,
:20 08 42 6U 60 testimony to implicate these most praiseworthy, And many storms withstood, Lowest cash prices.
but they show the utter anxiety to I await the call from heaven for me
Total rainfall for the week: 1.00DeprutuI'o gentlemen in an steal in
from normal rainfall for the army I acquire sound working knowledgeof Where ,all that's there are good. Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
which thousands of dollars are in-
week:: plus .37 inches. Departurefrom the English language, written My only friend still left me now-
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volved. That the of Florida
normal rainfall since January 1, people and At Klao-Chao the My faithful dog, poor "Jet,
utterly repudiate the above chargeand spoken Whose truest friendship I will vow
minus .6llnchell.
CHAS.
Germans! are compelled to makeuse \tVELSHANS
We never did forget. f
UAL. P. HAIIDIN Observer. indignantly denounce it as abase ,
of it and at Vladivostok the
and malicious falsehood, goes My locks are gray, my faltering step .
without suing. Nothing this man Russian authorities make every officer Denotes that' 1 must /go, ,
lion. J. D. liEous Is ranking a of the navy! and every public I dread to leave that poor dog "Jet"
could. i would induce us for one CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
Nay For I have loved him
the so; ,
strong run for Governor, with brilliant entertain functionary master English ,
moment
to suspicion I trunt that he may follow me
chances for success. Mr. vernacular And die with his friend
business good
these
;
against upright men, Agent for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains
Beggs i is a gentleman of unques whose moral qualities are so well And find a grave here by the sea., r

tionable'integrity, and Is Intellect known throughout Florida. Tup Jacksonville\ Board of Health And that will be our end. -' Write .
for
Samples and Pi Ices.
ually capable of magnifying/ any Why has this unjust attack been has Just'completed census' of that C. R. ELLIS.

ofllee within the gift of the state.Ike made? Can it be possible that city, showing a population of 31.52U; \ Philadelphia( Pa., Feb. :20, 1800. Old 'Phone 8. ;mot 218 E Bay Street,

Is a true and tried Democrat, these assertions are the result of an increase since Hhf of 5,562, or I I
Illustrated folders of the fine East f
and will, if elected, fill the 21.42 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ,
responsible cent.
per being an .
averageannual
some prejudiced person or persons Coast hotels, etc., to be given away; free,
position of Governor with and. that' thai detective is a paid increase for the period at the ADVOCATE!: office. Send' two-cent - .. -- -- -- J
honor to himself and credit to the named of 4.24 Jacksonville to *
tool in' the hands of secret enemies? per cpnt stamp pay postage.NOTICE

people of Florida If so, time will more than likely iscertalnly a live and go-ahead ) & Baker I

reveal! it, as Holland has been arrested city, and its population) Is- rapidly TO TEACHERS.The MeMurray

. THE annual report of the Comptroller and will compelled to. increasing. ,

of the State of Florida hits normal term for public schoolteachers
either prove his assertions suffer In Stetson, University at De. 410, 412, 414, 41G, 418 Main St Jacksonville, Flu I
been received at this office, and were the consequences of his own acts. FLORIDA'S CONVENTION.Interest .
Land, 1 Fla\ will begin March 15; and con
gatifled to learn that the treasury Liberty's hounds are transcendedwhen tinue ten weeks The text books and Headquarters for-

is in good condition. The a man attacks the character In the approaching political course of study are arranged with special' ,

Legislature of 1891! parsed an actautorizing of another, and a violation of the campaign In this State Is on the Inor"ease. view ot preparing teachers for the June I Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles
The Democratic method heretofore has examinations The special late for
the ,
Governor Treasurer law in this should ,
respect meet .
been to give the counties one delegate to teachers Is the small sum of $4 per weekor
and Comptroller to borrow $200,000, with the punishment it Justly de. the State Convention for each one hundred $10 for the entire term. This includes and Sundries.:

1100,000 of which went In paymentfor serves. votes and one for each fraction of tuition, board, washing lights, fuel,

a sum previously borrowed, fifty or more votes coat at the last general etc. :Teachers will be admitted to Any "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on wheelsat
and the other amount remained in election. of the class, s In the University without you
THE PROPOSED CANAL On the basis of the vote oast for Gov. extra charge, can enter any time duringthe short notice.
the treasury to meet "accumula. Bloxham la 181KI, this apportionmentwould >> term and will only be charged nt the
ting claims." Both these loans give the several counties delegates rate of $4 a "week. All the railroad
have been paid without a specialtax From the St. Johns to the Indian as follows: Alachual3; Baker no election companies will 'Rive special rates to

levy, with the .result that ten River has received considerable ; Bradford, 6; Brevard, 6; Calhoun, 1; eacheiH going to Stetson University HAMMOND PACKING CO.
attention the East Coast. Clay, 4; Citrus, 2; Columbia, G; Dade, 4; I)r Land Is on the Plant System: about
along
thousand dollars of interest money DeSoto, S; Duval 22; Eacambla, ;11; 100 miles south of Jacksonville and Is (Formerly The G. U. Hammond Co.) I
will be saved to the State annually Mr, Fries, in his report to'tbe Governor Franklin, 2; Gadsdeo, 4; Hamilton'; 4; easily reached from all parts of the state OUR SPECIALTIES, : ,

This is a good report, and shows presents a plausible argu. llernando, 2; Hlllsboro, 2q; Holmes, '3;

what honest and able officials can ment in favor of its construction. Jackson, 0; Jeffer"OJn,14; Lafayettn, ai; Please write us whenever you fall to "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
do for a state. Ilia idea Is to have the canal dugto Lake, 7; Lee, 2; Leon, 14; Levy, 4; Lib receive the ADVOCATE. "Coin Special" canned meats.
erty, 1; Madlxon, 7; Manatee, 3; Marlon,
a width of 100 feet, but shallow, 8; Monroe, 4; Nassau, 4: Orange, 10; 'Off- "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.
.
THE coldest wave of this season making! the average stage of waterin cools, 2; Pasco, 4;, Polk, 8; Putnam, 8; Tltusville T.fiumlry. "Calumet" leaf lard. '
Lake Washington level with the Santa Rosa, S; St. Johns, 7, Sumter, 3:; ,
was that nf Saturday night and bottom of the canal. This would Suwannee, 8; Taylor, 2; Volusla, 8; Wa- Mrs. Oeo. Cook, of Titusville, is now Homemade pure lard.
Sunday, when the thermometer is kulla, 5;'Wal ton.4; Washington 3; total, prepared to do laundry work of every "Peerless"
aid to have gone down to 25 I keep the low lands free from ,dis- 271. Baker county Is not Included In de orlptio". All work guaranteed. compound lard, sausagesand

above zero at this place. Now astrous overflows, and then materially this total, but It will not have more than Leave your washing at O. F. Uuren't all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
aid the cattle interest, which four nor less than two delegates. corner store, opposite! ADVOCATE: of lee.
where are all of those wiseacreswho
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said that in of comprises no small part of the bus. ____... ----- -----------
consequence ------ --- ------- -- -- --
Incas of South Florida. Another
the ponds being so full of water, MAGNOLIA Sl'ltlNOS. WILLIAM CLARKE SANITPLUMBEIt
point he makes is to the effect that
after the heavy rains in the sum. -..
the small amount of fresh water
mer, we would hare no freeze this Magnolia Springs, Fla.
winter? They are like, a good which would necessarily be emptiedinto Magnolia Cottage Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing, Sheet
Indian River would be sufficient On the St.Johns River. "
many of our brother editors who Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs, Water Closets
predicted that and to counteract the saltiness of An adjunct of the Magnolll Springs Hotel Cuisine and service flr t-Claas.
Kimberley Lady and Wash Stands.
that hence detriment Copper vessels of all kinds and
smith would bin the hands of body ; no Rates 2.00: per day; tlO.OO, $12.00 and $14.00 per week. descriptions re-tinned.
would accrue to the fishing industry
the Boers in less than a month. JAS. II. REARDON, Lessee and Manager. ,
The Board of Trade of Jacksonville
However In
the yard of Mr. W. II.
aicFarland, of Titusvilie, may be i has, however protested -- 37 Forsyth St., Jacksonville Florida.

eeen guavas in bloom and fruit ; against its construction on the Warning to the Public. ,
and tomatoes and other tender grounds that it would lower the

look waters of the St. Johns to the ex.
vegetables
as if there1 had '

protection never been did a It,freeze. The tent gerous.1ANY tent as. to render navigation dan. You are paying too much money for good watches. TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.Wood .


Special 17 .Jewelled Adjusted Waltham Elginor
ot our papers are under '
THURSDAY, Feb. 22nd, wall the Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
the that the British ,
anniversary of the "Father! of Our impression HAM PDEN Movements, $9.03\) and $11.87. '" ,

Country," but it can safely be said Empire bow-wows"has gone because to the it "demnition has lost in Best grade gold filled cases, 508. '. Write for Illustrated catalogue. -'-4%-

that a majority of the people in Vitrified
the United States were hardly killed, wounded and captured about :E. H. .. .R1V' STR4107G: Paving and Sidewalk Brick,,,,,

aware of the fact. How quicklywe 11,000 soldiers in the Transvaalwar 233 West Day street Jacksonville, Fla.
but they fail to remember the Offices foot of Street
forget our heroes ; and on the ; Hogan Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262.
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fact that in Civil War -
our own
other hand, how readily do we appropriate ,J. K. :MUNNERLYN
General
about 2,000 Union soldiers were Manager.
the privileges and bless. T. D. GIBBENS
killed JUechanlcaville ; while at ,
ings conferred upon us as a result =
the total loss was as
Gettysburg
of their toils, sufferings and con.

filets matter Valley of history Forge, and ia now the a"blood mere ion follows, 23190.: Confederates At Gaines, 29,800:Mill; Un.the HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR, GRITS, MEAL, BRAN, COTTON SEEDMeal ...0. L. KEENE...

loss in killed and wounded was

since stains been upon forgotten the snow"b the have long Confederates, 8,428 ; Union, 4,000.At Middlings, e>o. eto. Dress Goods Trimmings Millinery Notions
," younger Donelson the loss in the Union ,

generations.country owes a Nevertheless large measure our of forces was 2,608'"', while the Confederates Depository (for Cumberland Mills Flour, Grits and Meal. Laces,, Gloves, Umbrellas, Art Goods, Hosiery, Corsets.
lost 2,000. .At the battle of

its greatness and glory to George Bull Run, or first Manassas, the Prompt attention paid .to all orders.This
Washington, the soldier and states Confedrate loan was 1,969 Union, Agent for the Celebrated CANOPY patent flour. .
man, who so gallantly led his barefooted
heroes to victory in 177(5.( 1802. And the above is only a Get my Price LUt. To Dealers only. is one of the oldest and most reliable houses in Jacksonville. All the latest

There will\ probably time part of the big losses of soldiers Patterns, and Style. _
come a which occurred in the fight betweenthe ':I:' ID.Office GIE3E3Et'T'S.: : :
:
when the people of the United 101 West Bay Street corner of Laura, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
North and South'. Therefore,
States will make pilgrimages in the Viaduct
/ and Warehouses near \
there Is no need to get scared over
honor -
of Washington to
Sulgrave, e4 -----
the British loss JACKSONVILLE, .- FLORIDA.
in England, where to this day may IJEWCICO
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be Been the old manor house, a WATCHES CLOCKS
former residence of the Washington Col. W. J. BRYAN'S visit to'Florida ESTABLISHED:; : 1875.ZBCTCTIESS. ,

family, from which "Our George"/ baa aroused considerable enthusiasm

descended. On the walls of the throughout the State: Everywhere Wm..Ps._ :: <2&; CO. ||= Jewelry Diamonds

old manor house 'and church at he stopped large crowds ... ,

Sulgrave may still be seen the greeted him, and yelled themselves __GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS. Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Presents,

Washington coat-of-arms, which hoarse at;every period in his speech ? Io( S, Waltham Watches, etc.'
furnished! the idea for the Stars es. It Is remarkable how Mr.\ Bryan 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Y Y

and Stripes the United States.In i has borne up under the physical We handle only the best and moat reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING

the old church are also buried I strain to which he has been sub Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright antidark SILVERWARE

the ancestors of John Washington, !jected for the past four years. A at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co. A SPECIALTY.

who left England for Virginia in i ponderous brain and an iron con Star Brand rertlliMra-Guaranteed Analyil,Drang tree and Vegetable rertllfaer.len111..ra Pare Ground Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one'way. R. J. RILES,
bar*
Bone Nitrate Soda MurUt of Potash gulpbau FotMh Katnlt eta Thew no
1657, during the Colonial days. stitution is the only explanation. superior la the market,and a trial wtd convince. Send for Catalogue free. 223 W< Bay St., JACKSOXVU.I.B, FLA




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ESTABLISHED 1882.THAT'S Stuart. COttRKSrONOKNCK: INVITE STENCILS FtrUNISI1ED.l1cCOlVIB .

/'FER TILIZERS.vUse
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Preaching by Rv. Lane next Sunday. & CO.

S-.T1VIruE: : : .S Mr. Simmons shipping strawberriesat ,
good prices, and reports his success our Pineapple, Brand if you want to meet
far better than he anticipated. His berries

are large and of line flavor. with suc ess. 009 'V"O"ashl.n.g1Cn." : ; St.; :Now'3'or1E-: .

The young people held the first danceof
the season In Kltchln '1 Hall, on the Drake of.
.. a Specialty ..
evening: of the
SUMfIER'J. 9th. All enjoyed themselves
so well they hope soon to repeat It. ,

Mrs. C. L. Brownson, of Taunton, GUARANTEED ANALYSIS:

Mass, Is spending a' few weeks as the Ammonia .................... .... .. ...... ..................... 4 to 5 (xirccntAvailable BEANMZIfI
1'honpborlo Aold... .,.. .......... .8 to 7
I CQEAMIRY1S guest of Dr. and Mrs. Ilaney. Mrs. I'onuthKl U....................... ................-..........................,....... 6 to 9 percentLargest percent.
Urownson is the widow of the late Dr. llMl .
G. {V, Brownson, for several years resi Price $30.00 PER TON. F. O. B. JACKSONVILLE

dent physician In the "Soldiers' Home,"

at Noroston Heights, Conn. I Favor us with, a part of your .shipments,

Mr. Leonard Lee
after spending some
time In Tampa and a flying visit to Havana dealers We won't ask you to continuo If others beat us. .
in material in
came here to spend a few days with fertilizing
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: "U" 'I" 'I' 'E:: :E :. Lee his old has friend traveled, O.In O.many Poppleton.lands, and Mr., .

unlike so many foolish people, saw his the State.
own native land. and has been In every Photo Con
ALL.. state except Maine and Arkansas. Al Supply ...
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though he will bo eighty years old this

spring, he has the elasticity of body and
-- vigor of mind one would expect In a man All CO rresponclenco olieorfullv answered.ty .
of sixty, and he looks litlo, If any, older. ...A A'(! ._M :JUiic.**'mini Tvxxliilc: Co.KODAKS .

Miami.Judge What Is the secret of this beautiful, ripe
old age? A heart at pence with itself, Write for Special Pamphlet. The only house In Florida: devoting Its time to the

In harmony with the world and hopefulfor I.(
White, of Qulnoy, Fla., Is visiting the future. Mr. Lee left here for AMATEUR

his son, E. L. White, of Buena Vista. Georgiana. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. OUR SPECIALTY Developing and Printing..,

The streets of Miami are quite lively ,
these days, with so many tourists promenading Give us a trial. No trouble to answer questions.

around. .DEALERS Hardware will Co., please Jacksonvilleare. note that Florida selling J'acoorz.vill:: e., Florida.: 51 King Street, ST. AUOUSTINK, KLA.

The Royal Palm, under the manage kerosene oil heaters at cost.Tibbals. _. - .- m____. ____. _. __ _--_-_ -
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ment of IIenry>-W. Merrill. uow doing
an excellent tourist business. Melbourne. THE VELVET BEAN.

Sevaral Interesting games of lawn COOPER & CO'S. SHOW
tennis wore played on Mrs. John B. DK: FUNIAK SI-UINOH, Ft.A.,
Rollly's court on :Saturday.The : QtlODR *: nooDK.-Ronl Kxtnte ..nil i."UIIS. Fob. 21, 10(10.(
:!Ifr, and !Mrs. Frank Horton spent Aicent for .+:t"... tamilim and Liverpool anil
hundreds guest from all ', Editorlndian, hirerldroen/r :
sections Sunday In Ft. Pierce HI"h".I\"III"tI..rlal Inmirum-e. KpeolilHI
as the of
guests
of the north are enjoying the .." paid' to the Interentii ol non resi
Dr. C. P. PUtta. dents. If there' Is one crop morn than any Will Exhibit] tit'I"X'T'
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bright summer weather here. __
other that Is at the present time attract
I Capt. W. II. McIntyre has been ap- who Geo.Is F. Lan enbi\Oher, of New York, rr SubHcilptions for the AJ>VOCATK, ing the attention of farmers both north

pointed,bar pilot by the pilot commix estate, general arrived manager here last of Thursday the Tibbals and the pink pAper of (the East Count, will be and Houth, it Is the velvet boan 01'01'| LJ '-TIx..LE: :.1Vf2I. F 3rd..
Monera, and has received his com mission. will spend several liore.St. received at the Melbourne' Postornce and AS planting time conies around once
days .
more, It behooves every farmer who has
Real estate is beginning to change George Rathburn who Is spending the problem of stock feed and ftn'lllizl'r
hands, and Mr. A. E. YVaddrll Is amongthe the winter at Ormond with his family, lain II. II. SpenCcr. while out sailing the for his (lund to solve. to give this. ) a
teal estate dealers who are doing a our midst Mr.\ Rathburn was formerly other day, caught n tine large trout. thorough lost, and) If ho does not lint It

fair buslr ess. a resident of this place Mrs. John G'."do and Miss Springier, more than It bus been talked up to bo, I

J. E. Ingraham, third vlee-president J. T. Waters took his pnid a visit to Ercildouno, Rosulaud, lost am very much mistaken have yet to .
a party"
on
yachtup moot the tanner who after giving It it
of the Florida East Coast Hitil way, arrived to Indian River Inlet week. /
here last TuemUy, thorough test, has anything but pralso
Saturday evening in the
pany's new, launch Enterpilse. com on fishing and hunting trip. They The Right Reverend Bishop Crane Gray. about It. Wu have all been a little soppticnl -
expected to be gone only a few days. Is expected here on February :28th-Anil about It at (list, because within tho

The prospect for heavy crop of citrus Will W Luce, son of our postmistress Wednesday. past number of years so many now things .,J
and tropical fruits was never better than and one of our most prominent young Mr. Van Stcrnburgh hAil Just arrived were tin'list upon) us that were to revolutionize
now. Many a* the orange/ grapefruit' men, arrived home last Thursday. from with another ship loud of fresh oysters, farming methods, and yet turned
lime and lemon trees' are white with Nassau, N. P., where he has been employed and they are fine. out worlhloHH, that tiny mom now things -......-
bloom. The mango:: alligator/ pears, and by the Florida East. Coast Hotel were mot with a feeling of diet.list, and -
other tropical fruit trees are putting on System for about eleven mouths. Mr. Mr.! and Mrs. O. W. footer treated thu velvet beau has bed to make Its way Qr. .
an immense bloom. Luce's many lends. are much pleased to their friends, to a Beach pic-mo and moonlight Into public favor against. heavy odds, but -e---,,--

The ladies of the Episcopal church have him home again.A sail, last week. Its exu'aul'iluaL'y m ills has within avery

recently gave a supper and foe cream Mrs. Margaret Fetitt spent. a part of few years plnced lit the front rank Read what the Tampa Tribune says of this show:
entertainment In the office of the Miami last week at Efolldoune Inn, the guest of of all our farm products.As .
Transfer Company, which added something Monster Devil Fish Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Moore. u grower of this crop for five or six "This show came Tampa sixty days ngo.and cloned their summer season hero.

like fifty dollars to their treasury. Destroying: Its victim, Is a type of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Martin and friend years uaetulncNH.1 can At bear fist testimony I watched to Its closely groat, Since that time tho managers have boon painting up their railroad cars, wagons,

After served supper the tables and Ice cleared cream had been and Constipation.. The power of (this murderous Miss Bundy, of Atlanta, are again wel and found the more 1 did so the bettor etc and reorganizing for the season, of lea A largo amount of money has boon
were Is felton
malady and
excellent musio was furnished.away The es and muscles and'brain.organs" Tlrer'o's nervy no come guests at Hotel Carletonl It pleased{ me. Its effect upon tho soil expended making the manylmprovomonts.

young people danced until a late hour. health till I It's overcome. But Dr. King's The Ladles' Guild will give a MaskedBallandCakeWalkatEducational ; and Its food qualities are truly wonder. "They gave their first exhibition last! night. Their mammoth tents. were crowded .
New Life Pills are a safe and certain Hall, ful.. I 'have known regular sandy land' by a delighted and appreciative audience. The show has" added many new attractions

FOR BEST RESULTS, use only nitro- cure. Best in the world for Stomach Tuesday evening, February 27th. of few the years poorest fertile description soil through made Its In agency a very! for 1000, and we predict for them a grand success wherever th %y visit.

powder shells. If your dealer does not Liver, Kidneys and Bowels.( Only 23; Rev. W. W. Taylor, of Philadelphia, Its habit of shedding Its lower foliage all We failed to learn the names of the. many performers, but will say they are all first
cents at B R. Wilson & Son's .
carry them regularly In stockjhave him drug stol'e.Fort Pa., delivered a very ablesermon In Holy through the season, making a compact class. The clowns were up-to-date.
order you a. sample lot of the Florida Trinity church, last Sunday morning. loaf mulch on the land I it grows upon, Is admirers this
"The general; verdict of all the critics and amusement expressed an
Hardware Co., Jacksonville. a wonderful thing In itself. It makes
Pierce.Dan joyed A jolly an Informal party of dance our young at the people pleasant en- sandy soil In a very few years equal to being the best show that Tampa has seen for many years. The show will give

home of Capt. and Mrs. West, last SUtuiday the best hammock through this agency! two performances to-day, opposite' the F. C. A P., depot, and will exhibit Friday

Jupiter.Louis McCarty was In town Saturday evening. of Its leaf mulching, and what was a and Saturday In Ybor City, and then throughout the State"
bright-looking soil to bo
I sandy !gets a
F. C. Conkliog and bride have returned --- ----- --- -.- -- --. -- _. --- -- -
J. S. Bell returned from Ankona, black loam In a very short time. Again,
Proctor, father of George Proc- Tuesday.Vm. from their visit to Palm Bench, and when we turn to Its value as a stock A LEGAL CURIOSITY
tor 'are now housekeeping. May their lives food, It Is far ahead of anything else In Rockledge.
died of old the 14th last.
age on Krnger and family returned to be filled with ..unllhlne.1IIesllrs the same line that It at onco'takos the ....- -
The steamer, St. Augustine: Is now St. Lucie river Saturday.Dr. and returned front rank along,: this line also. It II 8D Th following Is said to bo an exact copy
.
making from to Laughran Sllsbv: T. G. Ronald, of Lotus, wall In towna of an amended return of niillit harm recently
regular trips Rockledge C. P. Platts and Capt. George last and excellent fattener for hogs and cattle
their cruise south
from Friday, few wuok of tho New
Jupiter. days last a guest filed In the ollloe of the clerk of
Saunders paid Eden a visit Monday.Mr. the of the McBride It Is also very healthy, and If used In
cottage
are guests ,
conjunction with ORII"'LVIthe' Florida Kockledge. tho Circuit Court) or Dado County, Fla.,
Capt. Roy McFadden passed through !\ Pltzer of Jacksonville in where they find a very pleasant, home
was the Atlanta Constitution It linn
farmer can fatten his hogs and his cattleat Mr and Mrs O. I). :Magruder have says
on Palm Beach witha like to
Friday route to place
en stop.
town, Saturday, visiting our merchants. actual and
of curios. a lower figure per pound than any been entertaining friends from Georgia thus became nu court paper,
cargo sea Miss Mary Sum rnefll n, o; Oak Hill, Don't forget to come to the East Coast other farmer on the face. of the earth. during the pant week. limy lie soon by any ono who wishes to
Commander Rodgers, U. S. N., Lighthouse spent .two days with Mrs. Edge this Chautauqua, to commence at Melbourne' In fact, there Is nothing yet discovered examine: the public records. The sheriff
down March 2nd. This Is chance J. S. Coats. went off very quietly) last l III said to have muted to his assistance. a
Inspector, was on regular week. She was on the way to Eden. on Friday a that Is as good an all-iound crop as the .
Inspection trip on last Wednesday. of a life time, for the people of Indian velvet bean. week, and astonished his friends by returning young Georgian, now locally known alt
Bishop Gray will hold Episcopal services River to have all the advantages of a real Now a few words" to Its proper cultivation Sunday night with his bride.II. "the HverghidoM! Poet:"

Tampa Mrs ,JOB.last week A. Armour bringing returned two of from her at 7:30: next m.Sunday All: cordially In the Baptist Invited.church) Chautauqua. near: home. and treatment so as to get tho C. Kyer, who, as usual spent the Return In thin cane, I had, thought waswell
p. bf.
grandchildren back for a visit to Jupiter. Among the pleasant guests at Hotel the best crop possible of it after planting summer at Despatch, N. ; arrived ended,
Carlton this season, are Corn F. C. Hew. It. Flist, we will consider tho fertilization Tuesday, on a visit to his people! In lint I am advised Is better amended,
Capt. Ilening and Messrs. J. IT. Grant Cold Steel or Death. I Itt, Oswego, N. Y.; !Mr. and Mrs. II. H. of this crop. Some may ask why it Cocoa. bo now a return that will Hpeak tho
Henry Brooker, Jupiter's contingent to Is to fertilize such a valuable
Ueochwood 111. Mr. and Mrs necessary whole truth'
the El Gloria which sailed 'There Is but one small chance to Spencer, ; and that Is. well Mr. Noel Mitchell, who has had charge
Expedition, save one so adapted to
crop I olTerod In ]Iou of tho other forsooth.
Titusvllle Pa. Mrs.
George Stephens, ; of the steamboat rlcket oflioo hero, loft, >
from Palm Beach several weeks ago, returned your life and that Is through an opera- Chas. GlUninn Youngstown 0. and our sandy soils, but In this case as In This dinned execution I've tiled for to
,
for Eau Galllo to
Wednesday resume
a few days ago. All hands are tion," was the awful prospect set before Emma all others of a like nature, liberality of .
Miss Faruan Pennsylvania.Last levyAgainst
very glad 'to be home again. Cuba Is a Mrs. I. B. Hunt, of Lime Ridge, Wls.. fertilization Is true economy. No sensible Ills formeposition as clerk at the Granada the defendant' who calls !himself -
great country, but-. I by her doctor after vainly trying: to cure Friday evening: the Literary Club person ever expects: something; from hotel. Aiken
her of a frightful case of stomach trouble was entertained at Hotel Carleton, by nothing, and the velvet bean Is no exception :. The management; of the. Hotel Indian I've for him; good and come downon
and yellow jaundice. He didn't counton Mrs. R. W. Goode and daughters. A delightful ; but, at the same time, there Is Over[ gave mi Informal hop In the hotel gone him heavy,
HAVE YOUR DEALER order you one the marvelous power Electric Bitters ; musical program was renderedby no crop that the Southern farmer can parlor last Saturday evening. A large But find he's no goods that can ever be
of Avery's high-wheel hand garden to cure Stomach and Liver troubles, but the following talented musicians: plant that will give; him a better return crowd was present, cumtlstlng not />nlv taken.
Plows from the Florida Hardware Co., she heard of It, took seven bottles, was Piano solos by the Mesdames E. M. ou his fertilizer Investment than the of the guests from the three hotels, but The other defendant has acted much
state agent wholly cured, avoided surgeon's knife, Campbell and C. II. Stewart, and Chas. velvet bean lIe must fertilize sensibly, also of the residents. here. After the "Wilder."
now weighs:: more and feels better thau J. F. Campbell; songs by the Misses or In other words he must give the crop dance, a delicious supper was. served In Suspicions I have, If I put It much
ever. It's positively guaranteed to cure Gertrude McCoy and Maud Powell and the kind of fertilizer It wants, and beinga the spacioii* dining room, which was milder
Georgiana. Stomach, Liver and Kidney troubles and Prof. Earl Adams; piano duette. Miss > nitrogen gatherer naturally. Itself, beautifully/ decorated 1 for the ixcalon.I'roniptly I For though he, hud 1 lands and many a
never dluppoints. Price boo at B. R. Brown and Prof. Adams; guitar; and potash and phosphoric acid are the two at Id: o'clock the guests departed chattel
Wilson &: Son'a drug store banjo accompaniments by Misses Maud essential elements In fertilizer' to be used pronouncing ( It a most delightful And fought! to the finish an oft-losing
W. B. Ilalnlln came up from Melbournelast Powell, Annie Goode and Messrs. Martin on the crop, the quantity to bo used evening/ and voting many thanks to battle.
week, to see about his orange grove.L. LJenujean and Nicholson. The recitation depending very much on the nature of Mr. Prokey for his.hospitality. This Abnor N. Wilder, the other de-
Bovine.Quite by Mrs. L.- C. Iockwood was beau the soil; If coil Is very thin and sandy It
K. Smith, the prominent bee man tiful. The roll call was responded to by cannot utilize as much fertilizer to ad- fendant, ,.
of Grant, was In town Thursday, hunting conundrums, which caused much mirth. vantage, a* soil of a heavier nature, but Housekeepers should take note of Upon' his lawyer's deep shrewdness dependent -

for more bees. He found them. a mall passes through the Bovine Dr Peek's essay on man was also enjoy. on our ordinary ."ndsolls of the South, the orange receipts on 2nd page. Transferred all MM estate.

Rev, Lee returned from his trip to office since the Lanier mail goes this way. ed by many. Over seventy-live membersand from five to eight hundred pounds per So I find In making my levy away.today

I Buba, several days ago. He was well The postofflce Is completed and guests were present.3A5H acre of fertilizer, analyzing six to eight Tim Hem Ilnrhcr Hliup. Me, too, has no goods I can take,
pleased while he new cent phosphoric acid und eight to
I with what he saw was per
For all a d d
are or -
convenient to distributethe exempt, empty
makes It more
gone. DOORS AND BLIVDS. Florida ten per cent potash, Is recommended. fake
I mail. Hardware Co. Jacksonville In planting the crop U should be doneas Artistic Hair Cutting, Shaving Shampooing -
Miss Baldwin and her brother. etc. Porcelain lath Tubs with In the name of triumphant Rod conl.IIII'II..nt -
Myrtle ,
W. II. Henderson has split and de- early after clanger of front Is over as
Lee in North Georgiana on business Electrical IUtli attached. Everything ). spouse,
were
up It
I two thousand pickets possible, as being a long season crop
,
livered nearly An execution returned! with "Nix-coom-
Wednesday O. I' IlL'WTlsoTO.f .
and combined up-to-date. Prop.m
pleasure* gotten from some of the logs from Jane Roseland. wants all the time you can give It. Fur. "
morning. should be laid off four feet : : West Il.iy St Jacksonville.A er-ous
rows apart,
I Green. .
This" history I file of sorrowful deficit,
I Dr. 1. lII.Dllon: of TItusvllle, and Will and a seed dropped every fifteen to eighteen ; And this return is .
Some more of the old-time citizens of E. Dally of New York, Is the guest Inche A plan Is to pUnt hope sufficiently explicit.
I goal
Dixon of Dixons down Tuesday Iteiuitlfiil and Valuable Home
: were
r and Wednesday ,to their sister-in- old Brevard, perhaps, will subscribe for of Mr. T. T. Drake, at Trilby Cottage. some corn at the ,same time In the drill; .

I law, Mrs. J. W. Bruner see, who Is now very the TItusvllle papers, as the mall now Mrs L. C. Moore Is visiting her parents this will\ give U something to run for Hide at nAt Bargain, R. J. Ciiri.i.iwowoHtit,
]low Her many friends may rent assured goes direct.A Mr. and Mrs. John Goode, In Mel all vines with something to climb on will! Sheriff Dade County, Fla.
Mlcco\ on Indian river, FI...., consisting
I that everything that two skillful and bou roe. yield ten times as much as those allowed I
experienced physicians can do, that loving of Terror. to crawl." the ground. (I have proved of 10} acres, a well built, two- A Jleuutiful Winter Home
Night The saw mill has Its machinery ruoning story house 7 rooms; a two-story store
family and friends can think of, and I this over and over again). After dropping
that money can is all being done "Awful anxiety was felt for the widowof and will commence cutting as soon I the seed, rover lightly, a* If deeply covered building, IHxU'Jft.: : handsome front lawn, For sale very cheap on east side of
procure
for her; but apparently nothing so far the brave General Burnbam, of Machlaft. as lugs arrive. the seed Is apt to rot at the sprouting hailed by palm trees; a :UOO foot dock; Hobo Hound Indian River; oppositestore
has given her anything: more than temporary Me., when the doctors said she time, two or three cultivations should 2.0! budded orange, tangerine and grapefruit postoHlce and express office; about
relief, and she slowly grows weaker -I could not live till morning" writes Mrs.S. -Do you want to buy or sell property be given the crop to get beat results, but trees; 1 MO sour trees, ready to bud- 13 acres, 300\ ft. rlyer and Atlantic oceanfront
day by day. H. Lincoln, who attended her that on Indian River If you do, write the In this, a" In other things, this crop has 10O\ young nursery stock; artesian dllltrlbuteI well':; ; seven rooms, bath and screened
I fearful night. "All thought she must Indian River Real Estate Agency, Tltus- Its peculiarities I in that it does not esquire i,2M( feet galvanized pipe verandah. Ground Irrigated by windmill
i soon die from pneumonia but she beggedfor vllle, Fla. See page I. any great care, or attention after over place; 1 acre woo A Frightful Blunder Dr. Klug's New Discovery, saying It 'planting, being able to take cere of Itself ; a few hundred Porto Rico pineapple house; also 4-rooni bath-house on ocean
Will often cure a horrible Bun.ScalJ. had more than once saved her life, and To The Deaf. and give a good account at harvest plants; railroad station\ on west beach, .mile from residence. Cocoanuts
Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, had cured her of consumption. After time, even If neglected to some extent. line of this place; tramway running to and ornamental plants. Apply for Illustrated -
the best in the world will kill the pain three small doses she slept easily all A rich lady, cured of her deafness and It seems at first to be slow la getting river front on the east. This place to be booklet, price etc, to
and promtly heal It., Cures Old Sores, night and its further use completely noises In the head by Dr. Nicholson's start, but when once It begins to grow" apprecIated must be seen. The very Cn..... 1C. SCHJBANTSOir,
Fever Sores Ulcers Bolls, Felon, Corns, cured her." This marvelous medicineIs Artificial Ear Drums, gave 1O.0IJO<) to his It will surely get there. I would certainly handsomest place on the river. The 32t: Jackson Building
all Sltln Eruptions., Best Pile cure on guaranteed to cure all throat, chest Institute, so that deaf people unable to advise every farmer In the South! to and is of the best hammock. Orange Nashville, Tenn.
earth. box. Core and lung diseases. Only fiOc and 11.00. procure the Ear Drums may have them pat every acre possible In this crop, andIf tree. nearly all In bearing now. ----
25
Only : cts. a : guaranteed
Sold by B. R. Wilson A Son's: Trial bottle free at B. It. Wilson fc Son's free. Address No. KM: The Institute, he does lie will certainly not regret It. Apply to I). L. GAVLDEW:: Atty., -1'le.lle mention the ADVOCATE when
druggist drug store. 780 Eighth Avenue, New York N. Y. C. K. )fcQI1Aa u:. I TItusvllle, Flo. j writing advertisers.:


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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE FEBRUARY 23, 1900.CHOICE .

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Vegetables find a ready Fts Florida East Coast Ry.TIME .


market-but only that farmercan TABLE NO. !ii. IN EFFECT PEA 1. 1900.

for
raise them who has studied SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down) (Read Up) NORTH BOUND. -

No iTDaily No.lI7 No.OII No.211 :;)Ia.1Ito No.2I1 3Io 5 0,70,18: No.to No.ut '
the great secret how to obtain Dail7 lJa1..17 Daily Daffy STATIONS bally Dully Dally Daily Daily Dally abe
exMu 1
.
Man
.x. ex tin eJE 11\\\
both quality and quantityby Wommen "rap TiiP 816P 1 llul 1w Than 760 Lv..J'kvlllo..Ar Tbip TTiup lOUUp T5oSll45a -np,
8 4& Uup II)26p!; 1 Uip 10 4rw Arti.A'g'tinoLv a lop 611<1 p 8UupT3up 6 Ma 10 46u
.......... ...... ...... 10Cip 10 IJ&! 8 6a -vrt.A'g'tln, 61Jbp Stop easy 8te .. ... ....Sup.
the judicious use of well- Sp ..,.......... ...... ...... ......11 u.. .. .a.sxtln' Lv SUlp ".... ... ... .. ...... .. .,..:
... ......... ......IU1:4p: 1411,1141" 9 B6r ArE. PalatluAr..Ialatlu..lv siop ,6 .S. 8011& ..... .. ....
balanced fertilizers. No fertil- Any article, ............ :::::: :::::: IIlOp 1f( U6r 4 46p 44Cp 6Np; '..'
must be made ,.......:.. :::1.:::: 1 1I16to IIllIaL..P..I..tka..r. aiup!! ..61upjlOg! ...... . .. .. ... .......'..
izer for'Vegetables can produce of .......... ..'.'... :::::: "". 411)p 7 lop ArtMui MateoLv .: ::.::7:7.:: .
means a< : ;;......,.. ..... :..... .....: 8160 8 lea LvSan MateoAr "Tyio ... ...... .
unless it containsat however, though cF Ja ..... 0 Clp Trap 11 Iris Tii i Ly.. .PulatkaAr 612p P liJi> li 2j; -
a large yield thing cannot do .. .. Wp U 061' 1 UIIIII0 SUa ..Ormond JLv l dump 4U6P 701p 4ito4U4a i
create a sale for a It.1I; ..:.. Opp 810p 111a: 10 6IIa ..Da71>o.... B nap 4 alp! ewp
least 8% Potash. Send for to Insure a lasting I! ..it... 826p lUlaii.." ..P.Orange.. a2rp: 41Hp.. e i i iJ
: "
.
.1..S .::: & 841p 24a 1.Bmyrn.: 80 p "Wp E17p'Usti p U
advertised must a: '! .... 217p ...... .Oak: Hill. t4Up14llp :AN: 'H:
our books, which furnish full This IN the case .. .: 13 6sa'4tBp t8Bp1216p "Tlto viU. 81Up 80op'6S7p'a18a
ham's Vegetable l / 1 i.I II' .:.......... ...... 8111p "G9tjPoWt" '. '... ...... ...... ri'1./ r:?
information. We send them !! 1: ..... ...... 600p 111161' ioi8p .. lbtp ...... ...... it flt:
solid worth. 'III "!. .... ..... Ujljp 10'.11 hatckledQ' 122p ...... [ .
Women !i ,g ..... .....: 'SR7p 4111p 184p "Eauialil. 12411p 487p ...... lSiiu !!
free of charge. this fact,' anti the .g ...... 6B6y28p! 141p Melbourne vtmsf ':!lip ...... '.II I!.8
U 4 ore yf ff q\: 11 ..... .::.:. ...... 6 VUp ...... .Ro oland. 11 Ma ....., ..... 1
a lasting' and e Jj; ..... ...... ...... 6 IOp"Bebutlen': .288p.: :........ ...... tip v
GERMAN KALI WORKS, demand for It. It; :!'BI:: i.. ..... '..... ...... 1167p ...... .1:1: ,. Lucie. [ .... .. :. rfl
...... II. !
of remedy for 1 o 8U7a 7UUp 6Uip 810p .F Pleroe. ( 806p la'iia105Bp >
any 1-: ...... ..... ...... seep ...... ..Tlbbala., ...... .. [aA
gj Nuuu St., New York. world, and, this a:" 1 A ..... ..... ... .essp: ...... .". .Kden. 1152a... ...... ..".... "-eoii'II"
years. d ........... .. .seep ...... ,.Jensen..," ..,... ..... ...... t.1 i''"
The reason for 31 S M ...... ...-. ...... ...Stuart.. ...... ..... .... t
Plnkham ..... ...... .. 711p ... H.Bound ....... .: 8. :-/1./ ...
Free and claims !i Ir ...r.. ...... ....:. 7Wp ...::: W.Juplttlr") ......... ... 11t 3
Accepted Masons. not entitled to n l.!I ...... ...... "W.P.B'oh" 81 alOIlOa !.:t.
mi/////A!, that she, says she and NEW YORK. 'JI I it....... 114Ua 900p. S24p'S08pArP.H'ohlnn" 8 u.lUlfia, a: rll:1;:
::as.. .. 645a glOp 82\)1'\ IIIItpLvR.P'cll\Da" 9/s102Ua 11p1J4ap jIof r
twenty years of : : ,a.i ...:. J\CI 1t l12Up snip: lI2IJp W.B'chAr 8))>Uu I166aUl.lUOOP, G 11"11"tJ
advice Invaluable, ., both ways) :I 2 ""'!i .. d 14a .. 9V4p ,..... Boynton Lv 76 Indian been not only -! ... .:..,. B22a .:.... 9141' ...... I' ...Delray7rn' ?.... ...... 960p jI
;mtguidK: No. 00Titnsville and she has helped 1Gp ''' 611II.. ...... 10011') ....... .F.L'dA.tt. 65Ha.............., 9 lop !ia
Coastwise Service .I.I" .. 7u7al. .. 1u48p ... "Lem. City' 8U7p !l'
diver to health than .... 111".. loam Tlnp Ar Mlnmi. 617a..'Ao...ii'win. IIIMtn eS If

world. Thcsoy 1 rule ''OJ flab HIOl Uti MlHIIUUIt, wu",'" Hue M ..". ..."".?
Lodgo. Florida have Immense Southern Lines.. bet"eeD hew bJDyrDa and orange;
Ilolilo IM moptlng the neroinl and four h Krl- women.. ., City Junction. Between Tltnsville and Sanford.
dev of each inonlh, a' the Itulliin River hotel, statements but
TltiiHvmo' ,Ht 7 ds1:< n' 'lK | in. all Eastern Points. .8.0 I o. STATIONS.. No.2: IJiu.4. No.n STATION:: olJii.p
A. A, HUiwart' Woroli I Ultrlll"{ r i 111I till'. Facts .1

It It. WilHon, Sunder .' ( ; both Utlp IlI4p I ..Lake H leu..1.V/ 24' Soup lint: .. ............Mints."......... 1l/p:/1
,J.lt.T. L. 'Hrriichurn\Vulkflr.liinlor' Senior. Warden..Ihiucnn.K Doing Done ways) 601p 12111 .-OranKe City.. 2e I' 6lllp 1ItIa! ....;.......O..I""n.. .........., 11 67nlll)5a;,
I1I2p 1uaAr.OrangoO'yJet. ......,.
Pinkham's : 2271l1JU1' 8 Mia .Enterprine.......... "
.1. M.A. Llxnn i oaley.innlur, Tr'HHiirer.K. 'Ouauun.." >.. ..... .from Lewis Wharf Hoxtou Ali trains between New Bin y run, and Orange 9 UOn Ar :........ banford............ horn
A. Morgan. Hnorotary./ Compound ,, \ foot of Hawaii Street, Jucksonvllle City Jnnotiondally. All train between TltuBville and Sanford
A. "'.". ,' ,Tylur. of daily except (Sunday.Thrae .
K..1'1. ClmU'eH, i Change Between Jaok'will.and Pablo Beach
C. H. Waltim, I StawurUH.ORANGE Down Pains Line. Time Tabled show the times ac which
NO.II> STATIONSo.IO( trninnand boats maybe expected to arrive tint
I had falling SANFORD. -&UUaLv.. .. ..- Jacl'Konvllle..Ar, -DUTip, depart) from the aeveral stations and ports,
arrival
but their
or departure at the tlmeitatod
.
RECIPES. .
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ulceration of the ; landings on the St.John's) River. Iete'h.Lv 6l5J is not guarantee, nor does the Com
bearing-down All trains between 1>0. Jtu-kxonvUle and Pablo puny hold itself responsible for any delay or
, ; B..Hvh daily e".p'to"n< ,y. .any ronsoqneiiceB Brining therefrom.
continued[ from sooontllpngo.] and nervous that ."

the Maltose orange Is used ID the lemon no my appetite own work!', numb; Florida East Coast Steamship Co.

Jelly and whipped cream, or with pre- feet cold all the : ..
sorved or'canned fruit.OUANOffi doctors but none : : llays and Fridays. PROPOSED. SAILINGS

rood. Through W':Bay St., Jacksonville. niAMI-HAVANA LINE .
: PUDI>INCIs. friend I begun the i
Leave Miami Sundays and WecUiendttyg... : p.m.
Pinkham's I
Lay four water crackers In just Hufflc- / 1I10NGER..R. Fla. Pans. : Arrive Havana. Mondays and Thurmlays.. 8:00: p.m. !
after taking one I 21H WestlsaySt.Jseksonvllleb'la.. Leave Havana TiioHday and Friday. : .a. m.
lent cold water to cover and leave them relieved, and by I J1OWA UL),Huperluwiiaeut. Arrive Miami WerlnsadnyxandHsturdnys. ... IiWam: ,.
I
for an hour. Orate over them the rind .several bottles was | toot Houun Bt., Jacksonville, Fla. I
In the of so that I could do Green New Vork. MIAHI-KEY WEST LINE :
of an orange and squeeze! juice : Agent*, I
of butter am now passing ,no." Delaware. Are.. Philadelphia. Leave Miami Mondays Wednesdays. and Fridays.,. ]: p.m
three oranges. Cream an ounce Arrive West Tue and I
life and using Key day Thursdays 8aturd..y..o// .U:00 noon.
with two ounces of powdered !sugar, your -- -- Leave Key Went Tuesdnys, Thursdays and tiaturdays... Buu: 110 m. I
me wonderfully.) I .
Arrive Miami .
Wedneadaya Friday itnd Sunday m. 8:'Oil a. TO,
then boat It with the yolk off J three eggs, ing woman to '

and lastly with the] water crackers and cine has done for Co. HIAM1-NASSAU LINE, .

Pour the mixture Into a BULL, New Leave. Miami Tuesdays. Wednesdays" and Fridays. '(Standard ""me). 8:00: p.m-
orange juice. Lydia, E. Arrive NuMMau Tuesouys, ThurmUiys and Saturdays.\ .. .. .;*....................
buttered l pie dish and bake In n "low Leave KaiMau. Tuesdays Thursdays and {Saturdays (Nassau .....e)... 8:00: ))). m.
Compound saved my Arrive Miami \\HdnomlnyH. FrjflayH and Sund.. s.. .. .. ..-.
oven. When nearly cooked take It .out a loving mother The above,me pro.wd> IUUIIUKH during February and March.
and cover rocklly with the whites of the which was more ,: Route from _After April 1 Ihi a will be two H..iltni iH per week
to a stilt froth with a. have done or any Pur"q, <>t ""'11' rims curd tuiii a< ...JII \ eat Hny Street Jacksonville or ,a l lret4 I
eggs whipped the wide world. and the East. J. P.1sm KWl'l'H.' TnvlHu Manager J. D. AAHNEI(, A. G. P. A. I
spoonful of powdered l sugar, and returnto _Mt Allgnatlno_ ,
bed
fev"r. The .
the oven Jill done. Serve hot or cold. I Labe was born I I

The yellow rind of one and the juice of wns/ followed\ by a !t

the orange, one-fourth pound (about perspire ns tbtrtifh until ilipppd! my, Southern t
1R-
eight) macaroons four eggs, one-half 'h" cltilty! find fever

cup of sugar and, a pinch of salt will el.I.V"l Mv fl" 'if liter .

make a pudding for high days ROll holi\ j..t"pp..t,...,,," {'oTrmiuml.the chills Y.'t".x" -- Rat 1", ay. J Ji

days. Soak the maouroons for a few moinents .t I..n PI"'OI'I'fI. My : i

In the milk, befit the cg;(8 and age at this critical\

sugar until smooth (the eggs should not nlnu."-Lvi lA 10;. ; I DIRECT LIN --QUICI( TINE

bo separated\ ), then add tluo milk andmacaroons Facts About + !

boat well and lastly stir In of Falling of

the orange juice and rind. IMlone hour Recovered t WASHINGTON BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,

In a buttered mould or sm.ill, ) pall, sot on Pinkham's t NEW YORK, CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, ATLANTA I

inullln ring in a pot of boiling\ water.
Compound BIRMINGHAM MEMPHIS\ CHATTANOOGA I
Turn out and serve with nsauc flavored ..P tx't Sort.
't! I suffered for t
with orange strop ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY
finding any relief.\ \ !!.
FRUIT JUICE }'OlSIIOE POLISH. nothing! seemed to and all Points East and West. '
,\ \
had falling of the
Orango juice Is one of tho best dressings ,-
in the back
; for black shoes and boots. Take n pain Luarlng-dowii week 4 NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS : j

of and rub It '
slice or quarter an orange Lydla 13.-
The New York
and Florida
on the shoe or boot; then when dry, pound did me ho Express, ;i ,

brush with a soft brush until tint shoe for four more also! : : ::EI.B: :., Via Savannah and Charlotte N. C. '; (

shlnns like a looking glass. This Is an Pills and one The New York and Florida Limited, i
Wush.i After .
using" \ : : : : : : : :J30STON"-2 J
English recipe. new woman."-1\\\ Via Savannah and Charlotte N. C. a
The United
\ monthly sailing ftcheiluleo. States'Fast Mail
Another fruit dressing for tan shoos Is. .Hidden, la., Box 2 l
:\ reservations or call on
*' I Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. 0.
tho inside of a bloalllskin.. Rub the was suffering
(
womb painful 1'EH HAWKIXM: The Cincinnati and Florida Limited
skin over the shoo thoroughly, wipe off Apt. TrnlHo Department. ,
ache, backache, .. '
carefully\ with a soft cloth, briskly.' Patent tendinginto the : Bay 8t. Jacksouvillo, FIih \.; Via J. ,

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loather shoos should not bo polished pain at left of Through Vestibuled Trains--Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars. "'
with blacking. These are the hardest back was dreadful !
tion and head Through Coaches"-Elegant Dining Cars. .
kind of shoos to keep looking well,, and would bo my nearly and

require constant care. They may be Pkikham's : BETTER TIME AND BETTER SERVICE THAN EVER
cleaned with a damp sponge, and immediately given me great
pain and I BEFORE'I
dried with a soft cloth, with oo'catilonally now Through Pullman
all the pralso.1'- \ Sleeping; Can between Jaokionvlll and

a little vaseline or sweet oil. Itoseuberg, Tex. Railroad. anti O., Via Asheville, N. C., and Knozvllla, Through

A "THE LAND OF THE SKY."

MEETING AND BARBECUE.The .
Recommends : to all points Through Train via Southern Railway are now Operated connection with

State Convention of Stockmen Pinkham's the Plant System from Jacksonville

held last your will be followed this your' Compound to I

by business meeting of stockmen, culled and Mother West. For Bate,Schedules and Information.eaU on or address '
for larch 7, at Klll lmlllee. The
meeting Is being supported by the Stock "I have taken A. OIRAKDEAU. T. P. A.. or W. T. COSBY, T. P. A.,
men's Association\; of CsceoU county, E. Plnkham'a alil: west Bay Street. Jacksonville, Fla.
which now covers throe counties\ : Onceoliv with most and Colnmbta.':carrylng RANDALL CLIFTON District Passenger AgeD Savannah Oa.

Polk and llrevnrd; and will soon be been married four at Columbia With sleepers for d. It: GULP W. A. TURK. S. H. HARDWICK.

extended to other counties.. 'Allpeitioim children. I was all TramQ w....\.Manager Inll'o". D. C. Washington* .....t. GeD. Fa Aft.Ga
Interested In the stock Industry. are invited ing of womb with D. O. Atlanta.

I had .. -. ___ = n
to participate: In the meeting.AddrouuH symptoms. and New. York. _; ---
will he delivered by prominent physician, but I .
speakers, all\la monster frtd bin'bo- from his '

cue will bn given by the )people\ <>f KIsslmmee. few bottles of Ashevillo. MALLORY STEAMSHIP 'LINE.
able to do my
,
The railroads: have promised a cheap 8eVl'n-l1lon thlt'-ol.1

excursion ""lei; .and hotel accommodation your medicine to Florida New York,
are ample.Thousands mother. Hail. I Boston.
I Philadelphia and
of cattle and stock of all much more in its From
Krnnwlck
(direct), to New York.
.
kinds will hands llod speed In
change,: at the meeting, and St. Louis via
MRS. L. A. Mourns, P.VSSKNGEIl>
as hundreds of stockmen will come prepared t SKKVICK.
Co. Flo.
to trade. CI
and Nashville To make connections with Steamers. leave. .Tuck1'1'
DEAR MRS PI K (Union"' potonThurlraysviaCnmberlndRoute.aroanFernand1Ua ( ]
--' ,
.menced the use of At I M: p. .... Meals en route; or "all Rnll'p. f
"I think I would
go crazy with pain m. Plant system arrive 8eDgen '
very badly o If. nil points In the Xorthwe t. ) Brunswick tl.W. Pa
were It notforChmnberlin's Dal in troubled with arrival at Jlrunnwlck go directly aboard .teamer.
writes. Mrs. W. II. Stapleton. lIermloel'e, made weak.
l'a. "I have been mulcted with me very PROPOsED
rheumatism best!' doctors. but nod New Orleans 8AILINO8
for 'several years and have tiled L.,.N.
wTork.rierIIE.R.,3KOp.: m., Standard Branwb.'L
remedies for several years and have triedtemrdl.s help me. They .\. ( Time.) Lv.
without number but I'nln caused from Friday Feb... 9. ... COLORArlO..F.I..y.. Feb r
Balm Is the best medicine ing to worry about. company. 'rhlay.J 1 IS...RIO R.NnE.: .;. .... .. ... .. .... ... .. .Fr..lay.. .
I
have got time; had no F11"Y' Mara .OOLOKADo .. ... _... ... ........ .. ...Friday liar.. ,
hold of. One application' relieve the worse all the time GRANDE ...... .. .... .. ... ... Friday,
For sale all Sliipiiian.
pain. by druggists and medicine For
E. general Information
of
,
dealer use Lydia steamer, trains,rate. etc.,apply to
Compound. am
about the house, Gen. Pass. Agt. BASIL JILL, Agent 220 W.Bay 8'.J'aclu6nfUle.
Little Brown Jag Water Flltei >fl.23 l proved in health." H.H.RAYMOND, General Southern Agent Brunswick Oa.

and *2.DO Claude Walton, agent ....... CaUicoun Depot N. C. H.:MALLORY A Co.,General Agents,Pier 31, E. River and 8II ft Broadway.X.I Y.g .



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INDIAN RIVER: ADVOCATE, FEBTCU RY 23, 1900. T

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TITUSVILLK.; .TACKSOXVILM ROCK un I.


INS=AN RIVER 30TEZ.l, ::aO'I'EL: :=:N IAN: RIVER: : .

TITUSV1LLE, Duval Hotel, JACKSONVILLE, }'L.\. LOCKLKDOK: FLA., NOW OPEN.


INDIAN RIVER,
v Opposite postoftire. Centrally! located. Thoroughly: repaired' and re-

FLORIDA. novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted. . .

47 Rates $:!i.30: per day and uiv.> tl, ,AI
n. W. SPElUnProl'I'letor..
f' -d. J. G. BAST, Proprietor. .
-- I Ir'.w
o
r
ST. AUOUSTIXlp ;:.
P The hotel fronts on the i
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,,'Ide! ewee (( mll"sl
t rL ""t1 'i In width),formed by the I HOTEL MAGNOLIA:
kp'' Indian River, making It RI FLA.
tS )'I >
delightful summer reno -
Il nnil'IIIIfIIum lAlrt" IM11'u I I IIu.T. ,r'' IIA n iman11111 p Sr, fill ldllTalmii *t. Constant cool' *i llI.OOO expended on Impioroments) and new furnishings l last year,
1 k bieezes from the sea and nnd #5.000 this season Hydraulic Elevator: Hot and Cold
I' It bay. Flowing sulphur AVator ISatlison e,,rli flour; also I'ritnto laths added to several .. ?
V nr ill iimTklmai'! ''IIMF1, mi'vFvnwin&i H' L W Ai cash ,p springs. tipecLtlBummer suites and Ih'lltllltl'llllA'l'nU'lItM are among the Improvements; +ti .noses I n.ui
ates. I making this popular house one of the most comfortable and well r.. III IIII _iNII 111111 I
equipped hotels in the South. Write for booklet.

__ __ __ m ___ ______ _____._ ___ I PALMER MAoDOWELL, 1'ropilctora.

JACKSONVILLE:
NOW OPEN.SP .
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The BUCKINGHAM

AUGUSTINE, FLA.
The St. James JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Opposite the Hotel Alcazar and AUmeda. Wide v'rlntllplctureR'l'le l
Season IS'KMDOO.!) Now Open.
lawns. Hume-like aud comfoitable. Rates model'ate. This .lino hotel In the orange 1 rowing Motion of the, East: Coast Is the 111ff.sthotel

The S'. Junes needs no Introduction to visitors to Florida. From a small beginning : GEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor. on Indian River. It has over :IKK( looms, tint hi., bather hop, billlaid and pool
In 180{! ,.the St. .lame has Increased In size and lidded to Its appointments
etfctilo elevator and all\ mudoin, Culslno excellent.
improvements\
mom, lights,
with I increased popularity of the tomisla' travel to .Kloiid.i.
The 1 locution is unsurpassed being on the highest ground In Jacksonville A /Ilist-cl.isH orcheKtin. Do not fail to stop. oil'at Koukledge. ono of thubeuuty spotsof
facing the St. James Park. li.ipgage checked to all points. The St. George.. Sr. AIMIUSTINK, FLA. Indian River H. PROSKKY, \; P 'opiietor.WHITE'S .
Its music as In the past seasons, will he furnished by Pi'of. Ed. ProutVft _------- ---- ,- -_.
Orchestra, and will be 01 the high giade This house, as In the punt U under F. T\IKII, PiopiMor. II. S. OIIKKN, Manager./ :
the management of J. It. Campbell and everything will be done for the com rso COTTAGE
tort and pleusiuo of guests. Address by mail or telegraph ; Coiner of the I'IIz11111;, : St. Geoige':'; Street In the ,
J. R. CAMPHELL Jacksonville,' Fla. very center of the ilty. Strictly' tlist-cl.tHS\. In every Hal.ton Avenue, l irkU'dge" Klmldit., "

(tuga icspect. Rates: s.2.() per day 1'lItlllpwm'IIi. Tviins : '.&O per day : *;.I (ft to $111,0\ (:(( 1r.\Iot't'k.?

WINDSOR HOTEL... Special weekly and party uttes. .1. J.I \\.1IlT'. Piopiietor.


The New Algonquin Hotel 1.t'L' rniti: :. :, FLA.
-
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l ,
,
HOUT' I'lKKCK\ 11'(
r q ",;;" S 1'. AUGUSTINE, FLA. FORT PIERCE HOTEL[ Inillin: : Inver: Near Inlet.

a'' au ...F'It )NTING ON TILE\ PLA/A... ,
HpoitHinan'H I'linidlmi. oil the \Kits.: < '""..t. 'f lie t llneMt. Klttlilng. amid Hunting .
.f Under Sow and. Liberal Management.Most .
I I ;II 11 I I CeiitrnIlyy i Lee.tt'd. imperial\ attention .\Arromiiiiiihiilini+ cl.iNM. vow liiih!. ....ml. and I St ciiIneI' Landing
E to 'I'umiilstmid Commercial I tie yeI., N.II'111lI1'1I I i cooking .and m.igeiueiit: !
Grand, view of It,iv and Ocean fiorn! Vetanditi. ., ), The leading Hotel. Open\ the .! Also (lien Covo Hotel Onset Muss.The .
fi w11A your! round. Rules $J to $:.!.50 per day. '
,
P. C. 1IAYDE.V, Managei.
JoI: I'S.:
Last'rwn Yeais Mnn.igHr Ocean View Hotel.

OPPOSITE CITY PARK,
RATES, *2.r>0 and upwaid. DODGE*" CULLENS. PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. ,
Netherby KDKN, On-ludhin-Klver., ,,

This hotel U now pen for ROOMS: ONLY. It U centrally located, near ,
Merritt's Postofflco Bank and Cathedral. One ut I the tiivellimt 1 locations on t Hie ,llvei. All tnoili'iu" Improvements
Hotel Rathbun _0.1)_ CAnr.KTOS._ .... Rooms, r.Octs to :$1.00 per day; $1.50 to $0.00 per week Hot Hiid mid biilhs.Plvuty />' iililnii'| opting,,, Kxrtllint; dilnklng water,
V. I). SANCHEZ, Manager." of fmlt" 11.111'0 I h, Isle, (>.\sielstail' fresh vi>tiiltn In ahuiid
New iincH. Northern, cooking. HOUND luinilHunielv fninlshvd h all the
coinToi of u liiune. limit Tialim ship. at Itnxion .h'tlon on the
HOTEL ABBEY pliiniallon. 1'Inunppie, | lUnlot Mm M, .A. ('UItTIoI.!: Manager.
Market and Bay Streets, fronting St. Johns River. American plan. ST.AI'OUS'I'INEkFtLA. dr

Family hotel; steam heat. OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Gilll This delightfully located hotel, near the City Gates overlooking NhP1'11NI: ::, ri.A '. '

rooms attached Florida trade especially catered for. Rates from old Fort Marion and the bay, now open for1 the season, IIn.lcl.tho ------ ---------

$2.50 to $!. per day. Special rates by the week or month............. management of 1' M. Suarez, of the \Everett; House\ Saratoga NEPTUNE HOUSE NICl'lUNK:, 1<'1.\, 1'. O.West.
C. A. MERRITT. Lessee. Springs N. Y. For rltellllnd other parllculais apply to Jupiter|, SUlllulI.I .
DALTON of office.
J. II. in charge: P. M. hUAKEX ht. Augustine, }'h". PleiiNantty, locnted. rniillnoneo Laxahutelilo.. and Indian Rivers I I Ono mile
Fl Huh\ and, 1 salt / tltluitv PontoOlce! .
Inlet
from Jupiter nrst wII"/I..hllllllI ,
The Everett louse HllratojtlSpring" N. Y., will be Juno 1, 11)00.)
open ,
THE MOST POPULAR OFJACKSONVILLE'S Express and Telegraph' nllirKM\ 100) yaidit 11'111111111411., Teim, : *< :J.M! () ) pnr day.
Special/ rates to patties and, It l ) the week, N. 1 K.( 1TIX( ': 1IUUII\ Jr. Piop.
HOTELS.PLACIDE .
3IAONOLIA HIMIINUS, ,

American Plan. $:!.OO to $::1.00) per day. WIHT 1'\I.n: 111\(111.: o
I _______ MAGNOLIA SPRINGS FLA. .. _
Magnolia Springs Hotel ----- --- -- --- ---
Table unsurpassed Rooms and Beds best (St. Johns Rivor.)

I in the City. Bus meets all trains Twenty-eight miles south of Jacksonville by the JR'kRonvllle. TlmplKey THE SEMINOLE WEST: PALM 1 1IEACH: ; MLA,
West Railway and liver steamcis. Open flies In all rooms. Seam heat ,
Free tickets on street cars to within one blockof Klevator.; Pine spring water. No moniiiitocs.| Well-kept golf course.
Hotel. 'Tennis Shooting Fishing! l oating, Drives, Swimming pool. $I.K( () per' day. Under New Maniigeinunt. Open the Year Hound. Excellence of.
Special! weekly rates. I>. I> I to EAVEY, Man 'gt>r.
CHAS. COUCH Resident Manager. Cul.llle II specially, Kates' $i.fi(ll)to $:1.10 per, day.

Si.tiiitl1:. !Mr'\ H. 0 II. IIUltVIIAM Manager.
.
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West!Hay and Cedar Streets

WESTMORELAND HOTEL.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Ameiican THE COLONNADES SEAURKE/K, FLA., Twenty minutes WKSfTALM: ] ( I1RACII; FLA
1 by 'bus horn IJAY1ONA Station. The Palms
and A 1I1..t.ell1".1.. Nlhm'ed. on beanllfiil Lake
and European plan. Centrally located. Just built opened Electric Light, Steam heat, Private baths, hosting, Fishing, Surf \Vorl h. opiioHlrit Km ul I IVlm Innn. Klrrtilo/': lights/ ,
this season Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold water Bathing, Ocean pier and pavilion. Bust bicycle loads In the electilo halls baths' "io, *_, *"(,") and *:l lI'r, (1.ry." hpt-clnl rates by, the week.
The 1'11111111."t 1'11111I ( 1<'" .
Baths Elevator, etc. Five minutes horn any wharf or depot. All State. Buy tickets via F. E. C. R'y to Daytopa.J." lunch' '

and $1 day. Rooms and VIKING, Manager.
street cars pass the door. Rooms 50c, 75o a

board $2.00 to $::.50 per day. 1'ALATKA. FC>JE1t S.A.L.E.:

Mis. A. J. WALKER, PI'oprletor.i .- Hotol with Seven Cottages; and 10
PALATKA, FLA.
GRAHAM HOTEL
Brick Hotel, Overlooking/ Johns. River, Acres of Land.IOCRtp,1 .

i New Hotel ROSELAND JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Rates $2.M. ) !per day. Weekly and monthly rates. Convenient to all

boat landings and Railroad Depots. J. WATKINS LEE, Prop. : ., ,,
Also Proprietor of the Old :Sweet :Springs, W. Va. y.ps i ,1. ?
i Under entire new management. Newly furnished and renovated. Cool, ti r 'l ;

quiet aud comfortable. Electric lights! and bells. Croquet, tennis and :',. kt '

II bowling alleys. Good fishing and boating. Special table d'hote dinners DcLANO. ',

served every day at U p. m. We supply the table, with fresh vegetables -t br''

! from our own garden; fresh eggs and chickens from our own poultry l College Arms DKLAND, FLORIDA.Is V'r w. 11'j
: yard; good rich cream from our own cows. Pay us a visit. Within gotel ; $

I two blocks of the Ostrich Farm.-YEW 'phone 317. j (

I
about one hundred miles south of Jacksonville, Is of easy access to travelers rc
i GRAND VIEW Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. by the PJant System, being on the DeLancl Branch live miles from Beresford.It 4 = RAI jiS.:1.
Is locator! on high, rolling pine land. There are orange grove and pleasant
drives In the vicinity. There are some fifteen miles of shell roads about thetown tt4t4UIW'i
Nearest Hotel to Union Station; three blocks from new Post Office and making It a paradise. for riders. The sanitary; arrangements are of the 1 44.44',44$4'4.4444$4:$;4i'4- 1. *$ +1 ,
latest and most Improved. The hotel Is lighted electricity and heated with wr
between
located Forsyth street, by '
centrally on IM$ r It'k'44r4 '
Government Buildings; .tilt 4bA1 $ .
steam while In every room Is an open tlrepliue. There has been an additionof ,1
Bridge and Clay streets on high and spacious grounds. Very pleas seventy-five rooms with private baths, are single:; or *n suite. The cuisine ') M 1i 4 a f tLt !
ant Parlor, Office and Dining Room, also Urge and airy sleeping apartments will be kept at a high standard. A llrst-clnns livery stable connected The t ,I& + 1 ,
single or en suite, well and newly furnished with Modern Im- milk and cream Is supplied by a private dairy of Jersey eows. Vegetables: are
Hot and Cold Water Baths, etc. Popular from the home farm. The water U supplied. from an Artesian well. Terms
provements; Electric Bells $:.1 S per day and upward. Special to families. For further Information addressC. !
E. II. SANBORN, Proprietor.
rlice. W. RIPLEY, Manager Hotel College Arms, DcLand, Fla.
Hipley's Summer Resort, The Nlppfcan Marion Muss T / w


HOTEL OXFORD JACKSONVILLE Opposite FLA.St. James Hotel. ILOCKLEI/1:: : ::.
at SAIINO, three quarters of n mile ""lIlhof EAU GALLIE:,.
all of the city, commodious room,*, comfortable and FLOUIIM.'on the Kau; (;,,111.. River less than! half a mile from the
homelike Convenient) and to special parts efforts made. to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleas THE PLAZA HOTEL ROCKLEDGK-FLA. Indian River, and two und n half miles from (the Ocean. '1 he property
the Oxford a trial when In Jack Is.two hundred miles south.
Give
ant stay. Rates very reasonable. of Jacksonville, on/ the Florida East: Coast
lion ville. O. FINLEY, Propr. This handsome new hotel located on the bank of the beautiful Indian River, Railway, with the Kallrond htntlon. adjoining' the property. Iuilding
MRS. M. in the heart of the far-famed Indian River orange region Is DOW open for the erected in 18UO and them
Borne of have Wen
_. never the
._ ___ _ __ ._ __ _pU reception of /guests. A more delightful and attractive locality cannot be inal owner having died. a few mi.nths after their occupied orig
imagined than Rockledge, with Its beautiful walks, romantic scenery, bearIng completion.
ITXCBartholomay's AREND'SDEI'OT orange /groves, fine boating/ fishing and hunting./ Rooms with private The hotel wan opened for about two month. prior to the owner's
bath. Rates $260: per day and upwards. !Special: weekly rates.U. death, and bus not been used' since, All the buildings were erected in

II. PECK, Manager. the most substantial! manner and are now In excellentcondltion. The
FOR; hotel and cottages are completely' furnished end very little of the fur

NEW ROCKLEDGE HOTEL ON niture has ever been. used. There are two artesian wells" twenty; cU-
December
Rochester Beer. Opened : terns connected, with fewer el('.

The property cost the original' owner 48.000 and will be sold at a
Attractions-Full-bearing orange grove, livery bicycling; (ten miles river
sacrifice. The above
cut fairly the
drive) bowling; alley, boata for fishing/ and ducking free excursions on represents property... .'
and Cigars.MCKC1IAXTH For particulars apply to or address" ,
Fine Wines, Liquors launch' to points of Interest. Rates $2.M to f 3 per day. Special weekly. EZRA IIA'ICII.. lion. U. L. GAULDKN, Wn. A. WARNOCK

L1ITNCII 12 to IP- 3I25; CENTS. Correspondence solicited. Caretaker on pr..ml. Attorney for Owner Agent for OWDe'r.

130 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Florida. II. P. SHARES A SON: Proprietors. Eau Gallie, Florida. IRusvllIe, FU. Jamaica, N. Y.I .



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East Coast Tourists A COLD. -WAVE. COLORED-CAKE WALK. ROBBINS & GRAHAM Carroll & Goldsmith,

Intoicstod In ART! OB-JKCTS and l The coldest wave of the season was A cake walk took place on Friday
:hOUTIIKRN SOUVENIRS should experienced on Saturday and Sunday evening 11\8t.ln the colored school-house I GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All Kind
visit the jewelry shops of theJACKSONVILLE nights the thermometer registering!; as Tltusville. There were not so many on ...Ia4a".3" ors... ,
low as 25 a above zero at'l'ltllsvllle. while the floor as usual ; but those who took Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicit, d.

< far south as Miami. From what we can Messrs. Oeo. ){. Robbins Jas. Harperand -T- -M

PALM BEACH, learn, the damage to orange trees was Chas. II. Walton were selected as UNITED STATES COURTS. --
MT. AUUUSTINK: slight; but vegetables; and other tender judges( & and at the termlnatlon\of the
vegetation-w litre not protected-were walk, the cake wan awarded to E. Bart- & Motlow Lesley <
badly damaged; lettand Lillian Thompson. This was ,
THE ANHEUSER BUSCH Weather Bureau Officer Mitchell of followed by a juvenile cake walk In Abstracts of Title
.. ,Jacksonville says the cold weather has which several colored boys and girls took ; (Successors to LOSLET RENAKEIt & CO.)

been general throughout the country part; but Walter Moore and Ella N.
Brewing Asso's, and damage to vegetables occurred as Cobbs got the cake their fancy steps and Furnished to lands Ic Brevard and Dade Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Whiskies/ ,

far south as Miami. The coldest weather walking causing considerable amuse Counties.
Famous St. Louis Keg and Itoitluil In Jacksonville was at seven o'clockon ment. There were quite a number 01 1 Bottled Beers, Ales and Stoat .

"when, the thermometer white people present, and among those
hoer.aotd Sunday morning -
A First-class Line of Cigars. *.. Billiard and Pool
registered eighteen degrees. from a distance we noticed Mrs. W. D. Tables; ,
by Map*.Tx>Htey & Motion, Mussenden and Mrs. R. U. Baxter of We have a large list of and careful
ritimvlllo/ Flu.By On the 13th of last February It registered Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt attention given to mall
Mr. n. I,. ;Jlnt low, Cocoa, Flu 10 in Jacksonville, 20( In Tltusville Bath, Me.; Mr. Bert Ives and Miss Ives, orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW Titusville, FIll,
By Mr. W .1. inckcr, ;woo and 28! In Jupiter and 23: In Tampa. of Philadelphia: Mils M. It. Bellows of Xi'i. 1ST ZD: S
Fort 1'inroeJOSEPH. Flu.. The following reports bavo been received Chattanooga; Miss Annie Paddlson, of -

from some of the ADVOCATE correspondents Point Caswell N. C. ; Miss Annie Bel- Protect Your
ZAPF : lows, of Danburgh, Ga., and several from owned by ourselves and clients. Price INSURANCEs FIREILXGEJTN"XN"G
LaGrange.
JACKSONVILLE. Property Against
for unimproved lands $3.00 to 100.00 _,_
Sole Agent. The weather In this live and go-ahear -
: tatnd: OYOL01\Tms.:
city was bitterly cold on Sunday and CHAUTAUQUA REGATTA.The per acre.
(010 to 61!() West Bay Street, Monday mornings, the thermometer go- I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Life
Ing below 18!0, which made many of our Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. people wish they were further down the Melbourne Chautauqua regatta. WE have few Residence Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety r""., of Philadelphia, Pa.
will be held !Saturday: March 3, commencing a Orange
East Coast. Of course all unprotected For Rates Information, etc., call on or address CIIAS. S. SCUUYLERTltusville .
and to be sailed overa
at 2
m.
tender vegetation was killed.ROCKLEDOE. p. Grove and in desirable
Pineapple Properties )Fla.
JOHNSON LAW COMPANY double triangular course of about ten

miles opposite the City dock. locations. Prices Reasonable. -
The cold weather here was not as so- Sails not le-strotched and shifting ballast -
vote an, was expected, and, although may be used. No boat shall carry; INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE
EDISON LALANDE, vegetables and must tender vegetation more than three men. Racing: length .

SAMPSON NO. 2, were killed\ tile orange trees were practically take waterline with one-third overhang OFFICESTITUSVILLK} and MIAMI. FLA.
unhurt. Quite a good many added.
and DRY BATTERIES,. growers fired their groves while some Time allowance, 0) seconds per foot Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention

FOR GAS ENGINE IGNITION. used the McFarland tents to protect per mile, one class; entrance fee, 1. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.
their trees. Tliieo prizes will be given ab the rate East Coast Meat Market T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
OItORGIA? A. of (10, :HO, and 10 percent, of prize !money

The recent cold spell of Feb. 17th to with entrance fee added. -- -- ---- -
10th, !gave us a call. Thermometer went Boats will be started from a one gun:( O. F. DUREN, Agent.

town as low as 80:) In some places inothers start, having; a five-minute preparatorygun. a= OOrj
It Judges appointed!: J. E. M. Ilo< /:- ca -
down
only went to :12 I. It did > o
some damage, but not ns much as would son, J. Minor and C. J. F. Campbell. s- -- Just Received

bo expected with the tempOI aturo so low. s 13.:>> ,
The ground and water was warm, and CHURCH NOTICES. c-:>
lie liver was smoking! on Sunday morn- s:>>
'W ng. Dr. WIttfold, Dr. Chambers and ='

"Uncle Ilughle" all had men out keeping Archdeacon B. F. Blown, left here, for -- r.Lbd
v .i / hires under their pineapple sheds, after Jupiter, on Wednesday. On Sunday he M

midnight; Sunday night and saved will be at Eau Gallle, to assist Bishop It< .IIA New Line of Stoves.

their 1)llIellpplos. The beans and toma Giay. _='. JH .en..... .
tues aie not all. killed. Orange trees are The Right Rev. Wm. Crane Gray, C1>
not hurt.'
bishop of the Southern jurisdiction of p
BANYAN. Florida will consecrate the Episcopal TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
The cold of the 18th and 10th hit the church at Eau Gallic, unduy next, the .
.vegetables pretty hard. Pines guavas 25th: Inst.
Full line of Elect Icul 1 Supplies. and citrus
trees are not Injured to
any A. Fulwood D. D., will J--A.S.; :EEJaJ'OE3.6.ec' : : &
JOHNSON LAW CO. extent. Several acres of beans were cov- Rev. Chas. George Peoples... SON.
preach in the Methodist church, In Ti-
S3 A; 51 W. Forsyth St. Jacksonville, Fla.. ered by plowing under; everybody has at 11 o'clock .
been since tusville Sunday morning .
> busy scratching them out. *
Have the old time warm winters gone and In the evening at 7:15: A cordial building Old Glbtton, next ...'rinS1l1ith,' TITUSVILLE, FJLOICIDA.

HOTELS BOARDING HOUSESAND for good? It seems so, and If so what Invitation is extended to everybody. door to.Carruth- ,
.
out we to do ? There Is church ent' barber slop.Washington .
anyway hardlya Service in the Presbyterian Ave. TlTUSVILLB, FLA.
OTHERS, living in vegetables when we manageto Titusville on Sunday Feb. 25.:>> Sunday . ChasM A. Gardner
Tlnsrnithlng Roofing Gutteringand ,
get through without being frozen out. school at 0:45: a. m.; preaching at 11
n08Er.ND. o'clock a. ru. Subject: "A SymphonyIn all kinds of repair work promptly FUNITURE,

The recent cold suap did no damage Life" :Song and praise service at attended to. STOVES .

t(o oranges, lemons or lime Tomatoes 7:15 p. m. The public cordially Invited. .Work from down the River solicited DRY GOODS
MATTINGS.THOMPSON'S
and beans in exposed places were huit. Bishop Gray's appointments In Bre GLOVE FITTING
Some:: report their vegetables all right. vard county are as follows: Jupiter
}
AND K A (

tmfIf 1.. (J. Moore brought; In quite a number of Thursday, Feb. 22nd: ; Waveland-.lensen' MAINHARD BROS., BUTTERICK PATTERNS: CORSETS.

you want Froth and Butt water VIRhOKters.! young beans which showed no sign of Feb. 22rd 111:301m.>:: .; Eden Feb. .23idr: WALL PAPER ,
(;roan Turtle, u to H. 11 N ELTON Whole- J:3U: m. ; Eau Gallic, Feb. 25th; 10:1(1: ( : '
p.
ale .and Retail Fish( .and n,. foot doAmpge."T.. church KID GLOVES
LUCIK. Jolin'a
Jackeonvilie, Fla a. m., Consecration of St. ; and SHOES
of Oooim at., and City Market, Cleaning Dyeing .
-- --- -- --- No damage to pineapple crops at this Fort 1'lelce, Feb. 23tU; 7-IO:: p. m(; ''Mel-; 'TRUNKS .
place although; our residents were a bit bourne Ash Wednesday, Feb. 28th;

The i'I eel y sua'ed. Banyan, Match 8th ; Georglana,"March Establishment, 12 Newnan St., Clothing U e I Titusville, Fla.
FORT PIEHOEC.' 9th; Tltusville March 13th; Cnnrtermy, cleaned dyed, repaired and pressed
O1O West Day St Jacksonville, 1\aroI114th; Meiiltt M:nch lijtb;,1\. m.; .
'I 1 his/ section' was visited by quite a FLA.
FINE rnld snap, Sunday' doing a good deal of Cocoa, March, 15; ih, .p. m. JACKSONVILLE, ,
JOHN R. WALKER
m- f r- T
tender j
nmnge: to vegetation; ,

Wines, Liquors and Cigars. rnuiAi.s. A Juttlflulila Error. To Furniture ,

Last Sunday night was the coldest of .., Ice Cream Parlor
Anheuser-Busch Extra Palo on Draught. A local recently published a YearsBuyers.
his season here, and a number of our paper New "i.
Fine Cold Lunch Served Daily. long obituary of u iniin who had died
ilpeapple growers wishing& to be on the Millinery soda Water
The best of Service and a ploasftnt quiet safe side built fires around their ileldd in the community, closing with the ,
.. .
soaort. JOHN MUNCH that "a long procession lot .
Mgr statement
and groves ,wlhch proved to be unnecessary -
as no damage was done to either people followed the lemalus to their Dry Goods' (Fount and bottles.)

"JUST FAR ENOUGH NORTH" plants or fruit. last .aMllng place." The family road Have just received an elegant; line of Cigars & Tobacco.
the notice and discovered the!! supposed figs!: raisins, walnuts filberts almonds
ENJOY YOUR SUMMER' OUTING AT JUPITER. make Notions etc.
error and asked the editor to a bananas
cocoanuts
-,,,HOTELyyVlCTORY. The cold wave of the ISth, and 10th correction In the word "roasting:," but dried paeans peaches, apricots oranges and! apples; also Confectionery. etc.
," scared us up pretty badly but did no he said he could not do It until sevenyea's' call you attention to our candy, the best "Star Building." ft"at ,\
_. ;rut.la-Ilay 1010 serious d.nuage.' Temperature dropped back subscription that the debased aDd purest In the market Is put up in ( the old stand. ) ? .
.'.. I.AK&EIUEO.t' t 10( 111 o I at the Weather Bureau' office and owed, hail. been paid. fine one pound boxes or the cheaper Give me a call. Polite and courteous attention. Mall orders receive prompt
t, y-"; : + 'tfp, .7 IheWorld't. a bad frost would have occurred had nota
grade in 30 pound pails. Can buy in and careful Yours for
/ t t; I'I ;)'i any business JNO. R. WALKER.
lamguot wont fresh breeze prevailed during/ the night; notice All kinds of clumolloodll.. attention-
eIAR ," -, ? clmrintnir amnmnr as It was frost was found only iu the low, _- / ". on this page quantity. : / __ ___ ___
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hotel fool, dellKlitfulalrnnimdden' oimnge line week. Our stuck nice and fresh A I. Money On
protected live cents .
are per per
water, no ntoNitiltoua "41olf," boating places.
intro 1; ,:: bathing : :| matatorlumt-auuuau-; saved customers.

moiitH ((1I""I1\"r"hloll''II'' Imnd and .orolumtm. STUART. For Sale.i John B. Massa GAY
:21 acre lawn, .,'rvl",1 oimlno u"H"rl'l\.11; The freezo the night! of the 18th uldit ,
All white mirviinM. lluiet t).no tn if)IH) !per day.. >.it little harm to tile pineapples-some 217 West Bay :St., Jacksonville% Fla.
Ito BO to$251icr! weak oheati family nuu.. June 11 acres choice land at Georgiaoa. : BROTHERSGROCERS.
21)) to 8ii>t. 15 lIel\lIt1r.1 folderetu. ., by mall. Holds: being, wholly unhuit. Tender fronting Indian and Banana Rivers partly -
Adilremi T. W. McCreary lon'l Manager, vegetables were killed.
"'7.H Monroe strwa. TOL.KUO, 0111<>. cultivated. 1,1UO.OO; terms to suit.
After June lat, 1'ut-In- ..),Ulilo. VKHY LITTLE!: IlAMAGK DONE. Address River Steamers
Reliable advices received by the State C'OUKTLANIJ BUCKMAN Indian .
'(cultural department the dam- 22 Hogan St. Jacksonville Fla.
You of agi say ,
a crop Early Vegetables
HAVE Wo make a Special Feature of
our
done In Florida the
ago by Sund'y'reezewas Indian River and Bay Biscayne
Oranges, Pines eto., to ship ?
comparatively slight. Early -
Wo can use your consignments to ad van- In North Klorld.i were killed vegetables and Eggs< For Hatching. Inland Navigation Co. Mail Order Department.

tage. Wo will please you. Stencils on fruit trees from Tampa nOI.tb. set back
application. solicited. but not killed. Spring-like:: weather now White Plymouth Rock exclusively;
Correspondence ire vails. seven pens. First pea headed by White Operating a line of steamers between Knowing how difficult It Is in some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES
KAISER BUGS., In the yard of:Mr. J. O. Walton, Titus. Cloud, jr., who( was awarded second tockledge, on ludian River and Palm CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them tilled
Wholesale Commission Merchants vllle, may be seen orange trees still Inlossom. prize for oockerala, and special prize Iu Beach, on Lake Worth touching at pilnulpal promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory.
Knoxvlllo, Tonn. > The trees were not protected the last Madison Square Garden poultry landings between these points. kve carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House in East }Florida and have

and are In no way damaged.WiuhlnKton'n show; second, third and 4th pens headed Route vii: the Indian River and through many articles not usually found in other and smaller houses.

CANCER by cocks ported from A. C. Hawkins.II. New Canal System to Lake Worth. 1ICr SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.-
CURED at HOME. lllrtbd.,. FKIKDLANDBK: ,
lOfeb-lm Interlachen Fla. The passenger accommodations on both -- - ---- --- --- ---

XO KNIFE, NO PAIX.Pinil Our town was gaily decorated yesterday steamers have been increased, and they -
for free book. AiMrum, [ In honor of George: Washington: ire well equipped for the tourist season. E. A. WADDELL

Flags' : were lIyl nit from various tl.tgHtalTs: [ the most peculiar and ,interest.lag Excellent meals served on board steam ,
Cancer Sanitarium, In town. It was not a general; holiday, VISIT Miami City and Dade
| sight In America. . ers at reasonable prices County -
BELLE VIEW: FLORIDA the bank and po tolflce being: closed all
( lay, and all the stores cloned for while *outh.bunnil Northtinunil.8UIUECT .
In the afternoon. The ollloo and dining-& TIlE FLORIDA.OSTRICH head;)",.. sea, up Real Estate Bureau.A
oom of the Indian River' hotel were very 81-S..bait: iUi Schedule In elT.ot S'.b..tt..n .
NEAR & TAYLOR, artistically decorated with rl.igs: : flowers, -1Ilon.laYIi-- Jan Id.ll1OO. Wedne.days

bunting:, palms and other evergreens by Farm and LA DICoa. and
Baturda ..
$ Artesian Well Manager\( / J. O. Hunt and his Mtatf of assistants Thursdays ) select list of-
5 while a large ring gaily floatedIn 400 p m L .:TU.w: Iedte.Ar e e1a. m
; .., ualll.....Ar 8 ao : x i
830 P In Enu a mu nuy !! Ielhylite'1
:>> ;
the breeze from the staff on the hotel JACKSONVILLE 710 I' nl C.v. .)'ell>ourn.. ..AI'' 8 W a nt o1)e1"ty,
1 t CONTRACTORS ower. TheIndian River Band also celebrated ant a nl f.v. .. .Ien.......... .AI'' 7.1B P 11.II .
f 1 the occasion by a concert in the ) tit a In f....... Jupiter.. .Ar 2 00 pili City Lots, Fruit and Vegetable:( Tracts of all sizes for Investments. Prosphate and

j & 'Ys Eau Callie Fla.If Opera House In the afternoon. 2 OIl p 111 Ar. Palm lteaeh..Lv le (10 a m ORANGE GROVE LANDS on West Coast

TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. for Correspondence enclose
stamps' Agent for
ftiiiia On A CruUe. This time table shows. the time at which the
teaniers in 'y expected to arrive at amide. ARMOUR &: CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS
you are in search of bargains The cozy schooner, Edna owned by part from the aereral landings. \ but their arrival Fertilizers, Chicago, 111. Chicago 111.
read the ADVOCATE columus or departure. at the time ousted I. not guaranteed -
cuiufully of the firm of Mace &
Mi. K. It. Mace Avenue
D.
.nor dins the company h"hllt..lt! """oon- over Hank, MIAMI. FLORIDA.
Co., refrigerator manufacturers, of New ..llila fur any delay or any eoiue TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. York. left here, Tuesday, on a cruise to ,
Palm Bench and other points south of Tile steamer St. Anirimtine will be placed! In E. F.::. MIMS, J"X. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
Is oniinliMiim. on the Una early In February
Tltusville. This yacht-which reallya
The following! are the times of arrival house-boat fitted .y i amora cnnnm.t wIth the Florida' Eu.t Cant -DEA.LERIS_
and departure of r)>a* engcr trains to and roomy nicely up railway aa follow
from Titusville and we have no doubt those ou board "iOCTH HorsD.nve .
: will have An enjoyable time. Mr. Mace JuckKonrllle .. ... ...... .... ...oaiam
soc'ru HOUND. IR accompanied by Mr. B. T. Hell, also of arrive UiK-kletlga ........ .............338pmKOBTIIBOrMD. s=

Loaves Tltunvtlle for Mlnml ami 1 I at 4 2:!\W on |p>.m in New York. After .stopping/ the many Leave Rockletle........... ......... ......1 Z! P m -
--
the Rant:
lutennedlute jioluLt r u: IS p m 1lact'R of Interest along Coast Arrive Jacks"u.llle.. ........ ........... 720 P mIn -
: :/ lie Edna will return to Titusville where i "t: O
U1J.5.vut
Arrive from Ju-kvonrllle time to connect with all trains for the
!l
.. !ilr. Mace will her out of commission
put
1 north and we t. --
Bauford I.J5: MOUrilllOUND. Xearlv 200 gignnttoMrde ttandlntf' << 8 to in foot
> until next winter Mr. Mace's brother High, vteiiihlnit :25O to 4iM |M>und* ..."h. >.trldli 1. O. (tans, Secretary, general/ office, bank F
1 \ has been spending some weeks at West nest.wtrtebeit0ng: and baby oitrlilie bulldlnir.ft. AuirUKtiiie. I"la. -
Leave Titimvllle for Jin.kminvllla LntBrxlp.m:' Palm Beach. Cap'. Tom Knight Is In just hauheil.Unlde G. n. OLKAHOX.' Suwrintendent' steamboat
and In termed late point* 11:31: p in *exoort' vlnitom through the farm ... wharf. RockliMlge. I U.
and Dob
Ad..mslalletl
111f command of the Edna p''nlnlall' about the birds, their oe.t., habita- T. T. KKEXK Ageuh t aniboat wharf Palm
for Bauford a liuoiTiiiJMOpui:: : as mate. 1'1111111etc.* beach, t'la. ALSO GENERAL REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS BLACKSMITHING, ETC.




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