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Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: March 2, 1900
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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VOL. QO. NO. 1. TITUSVIL.LE, FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 2. 1000. PRICE, 5o.



LOCAL NEWS -A choice assortment Dimities and allover New Home sewing' I ; machines, Gardner Card of Thanks.Mr. HUNTING AND FISHING ON AMONG THE HOTELS.

Embroideries, next week-Gardner. IF YOU WANT SOMETHING elegantIn THE EAST COAST. -

And Topics. of General Interest. -The young orange $groves In the An- dental work, go to Dr. Dudson.Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Houston, of Eau The ADVOCATE t III now on file at all

kona section. are said to be In fine condi- D. L. Alderman, a well-known Gallle neighbors, wish who to so thank kindly the assisted friends them And Wednesday being the last hunting day the best hotel In New York city.

tion. cattle owner,of Fort Pierce, was In townon of the season caused some of our boysto
during: the Illness, and after the death Where to stop along the East Coast.See .
Society and General Gossip In connection -Mr. Geo C. :Matthnms, of West Palm Thuisday. of their Infant child. arm themselves and go, In search of list of hotel on 7th page.:

with nlsoayne Buy, Lake Worth Indian Beach, has been In Jacksonville a coupleof -On Wednesday President McKinley the sportive quail. The boys are back
Banana and Halifax Rivera Key West days this week nominated F. A. Root, to be and the quail are still In tho woods. W, II. Passmore, formerly of the De-
postmasterat Quay to be Heated.On leon hotel Tallahassee, now managingthe ;
and all other Important Points alone theEast -Editor Bobo Dean, of the Palm Miami, Fla.Postmaster' An Everglade correspondent says. : Clarendon hotel, lIeml'hlTenn.\ .
Brief mention ofinteresting
Const of Florida. Bench Dally News, paid a visit to Rock- 11111 has The hunters are reaping their harvest
Events from Various Parte ledge and Jacksonville Wednesday.. Howe, of Oak Friday last the Senate took up the They are getting: plenty of otter, alligator Mr. J. P. Sawtello, of Hardeevllle, I Is
of the World About People You Know been enjoying/ couple of days'. viqitlng committee's' report on the Quay matter nod 40011 pelts. The hunters have the energetic representative. of several

and People You Don't Know Picked -Attorney Oeo. M. Robbins returned In Jacksonville, this week. and by the strict party vote of :I1J: to 28 killed more eons this than ever be- hotuls. lie makes his headquarter In

np by Our Society Editor and .Iarg..tlta" home Wednesday morning, from Jack -We want a correspondent at Jensen -.' declared him entitled to his neat. This Fore. Some have killed your 1 as high. as forty Jacksonville.Mr. .
scattered alone the sonville, where he went on law business has been looked fur from the beginning
Correspondent that interest In
takes
of
-someono an
to fifty coons In one night. 1'. G. Walton, who formerly held
Kant Coast of Florida. -Mr. II. II. CaHy, of Cleveland, 0., that well known pineapple section.Mr. of the controversy.A Fort a position as manager of the AUVOOATKollloe
A correspondent writing us from
bas been enjoying several days' visit at Samuel Childs, of Cocoa, la In Ploicesays: The fishing III now at Its bust. \ Is now holding a /good position anrleik

THE ADVOCATE, the week.Indian River hotel, Tittisvlllo, this town, this week, doing some plastering, I>"iir This. week's catch amount8 to over IHH) at LIlA Hotel Brighton, Atlantic

$1.50 per annum, In advance. and other work, for the Presbyterian The Titusvllle Social Club another ll>H. The shooting In tho backwoods Is City, N. J.
gave
$1.00 .' six months, '. ]Jar-school Miss Ida teacher Dodson has Gooiginnn'been: portu-. church. of their enJoyablo'ilancoH at the Opera excellent, oue party having. bagged (lit Mr. Bardln, of the Arm of Uurdln AWhenler

$2.00 per an, to foreign/ countries. couple of in town, with her spending a Attorney Egford ,Bly, of DeLand, house on Monday[ evening, when a fairly qnail, 1U] snipe, I rabbit and "coon this miiimgeis: of that fine mountain
days
parents, was In town from Tuesday until Wednesday week. The guests of the Fort I'leice hotel the Whpoler Ilemlernonvillo
the ADVO-
When you subscribe for Dr. and Mrs. M. D. L. Dodson.A good number were In attendance Ilia ,
CATE by the year, It does not cost you attending to law" matters before our merry dancers, wended their way liomo- : hotel{ are delighted with tho short they N. C., linn lotuinud homewards, after a

three cents per week, postage included. few flne double yellow-headed Circuit Judgu.Mr. ward about midnight.. are having ploasnnt visit to the various, tourist resorts >

Note date of expiration printed upon Mexican parrots; German Canary slngors \ Wm. Allen, of New York, 'who ------ A special to the ADvocATE from Or- along the East Coast.

your paper or wrapper every week. Thisis and pigeons for sale; Mrs. E. II. Arm owns a winter home at Fort Orange, Married.On niotul says: An Interesting Incident Is. Ono of tho best spoken of houses In

a receipt for your money. No need strong, i 55 Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla. stopped off here a short wblle, en route reported fiom Oimond l leach today, St. Augustine, Is the St. (}eol'fto, hotel.

for us to send receipt for ub cI'lption. Among the recent !guests at the Indian from a trip to Cuba. (Tuesday), ), Prof. Wiley S. Swift, manager Its popularity' Is doilvi'd! from its plcn-
Feb. church Philadelphia
The date (gives it to you. River hotel, tills place, were Mesdames Corractor Decker Is having ,one of 21sr, at Trinity Walton of the Oimond Orchestra, was taking ant location, first-class cuisine and by its
Mr. (1.
0- Please place this paper in your II. A. Myers and II. T. King, of Rochester Ills houses moved a short distance east, nod I 1 to Miss, A Percy line Egger. The, wan cont.rart.Inlt' tnarI -- I iv bicycle ride to Daytona, and found numerous pretty rooms. Mr. Green, the)

reading; room. N Y., who left here, Wednesday, this week, on his property south of the parties were funnier residents of Tlnisvllle near tho edge of the surf, a very largetoad manager, does all In hU power to make
is for Palm Belch fish in quite an exhausted condition.Knowing those who are his !guests have the best
RIVER ADVOCATE on Indian River hotel. and their friends
The INDIAN we join many the constitution of the
puoullar of that makes life
sale at the following news-stands, at five -The Misses Aline and Daisy Brady, In wishing them a long life of happiness for its air everything: so pleasantat
-W6 are ilIad to Bee our townsman, Huh, and the necessity having this hotel.
cents per copyTitusvilleB.! after spending from Friday until Tuesday Mr. R. W Rhodes, proprietor of the and prosperity.\ Thoy expect to stake chambers fully Inflated to enable It to

R. Wilson & Son. in Titusvllle, returned to Stetson Eagle/ Clothing store, attending: to business their homo at Atlantic City, N. J., thu swim with ease, bo took his bicyclepump There was quite nn enjoyable dance
.' J. B. Screven.JacksonvilleRathbun University where they will again take up again, after week's Illness with la coming summer. and Insetting tho nozzle Into the In the Casino of Hotel Royal Polnoiann, ,

hotel. their college studies.Mr. nasal opening of the lieu, gave; It a full Palm Bunch, on Saturday night last.

"" Windsor St. James hotel.St. hotel.. \ L. n. Day, formerly of Titus grippe.Ve'' acknowledge an invitation to A ComplimentFrom Maine. charge; of air. The strange, tlsh/ exhibit. The floor who wa well patronized the by a fantastic" merry.
vllle now residing at DeLand Is reportedas ed sign of by move throng, "tripped light
Alcazar hotel. attend An "At Home" of the }Florida overy appreciation
Augustine- until 11 o'clock Tltusvllla
.
: being quite ill: lIe will to Jack ment of Ins. and tall and scuttled oil Into 1) ni.
go East Coast Golf Club, at the Club-house,
Ormond lloi-el Ormond. Writing us this week from Portland and Bath Me.\ the
I
mimeroue
were among
Mr. Swift( I III not a fisherman

sonville for treatment where It I III hopeda deep water.
River. St. Augustine, to-morrow (Saturday) Me.
Hotel Indian Mr. Chas. .
Rockledgo- McCarthy, a wealthy, town who had' representative at
believed all.
I
speedy cure will be effected.Mr. afternoon at four o'clock and his narrative III by
Palm Beach-Royal Polnciana. prominent and well-known resident of I the dance

The Inn. Henry] Flltjtler anti party have -Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins entertained that city, says: Enclosed find postal' A very singular: mishap occurred wlillo Bench
been enjo)Inle a visit to Nassau, this a few lends at dinner, last evening order for tl.OOto( pay for one yea."'. subscription the Pilnces issena' wan Glossing the bar The Palm Bench hotel Palm ,

week. HIli said that Mi. Fluffier Is a<> ; and Aim. M. P. Robbins, of South to the ADVOOATK.: I cannot between the mouth of the Tomoka and has l'eoelvela fine patronage this season.In .

=:r Reading! notice ads. are ten cents well pleased with the above place, that Tltusville, gave; an enjoyable card party, close without congratulating you on Halifax river, Monday evening. Owingto consi-qiienou of this, tho owner-Mr,

per line on this page.If lie may build a wluter cottage lu Nassau and a plentiful supply of refreshments, your bright! and newsy paper, which the heavy, northwestoily winds of Sun henry Maddock-has purchased the

want to buy (roods of our which all did ample justice to. must bo of Immense service to the East day.the water In the "Basin," as the ,pioporty north of the hotel, from
you -Mrs. Jennie G. Hall of New York, Kilns and
Ethel Gilford of Wisconsin
;
TitURville merchants read their ads on Coast of Floi'Ma. head! of the Halifax Is called, was' quite ,
Is a guest: of the Indian Kiver hotel at -Mr. J. G. Bennett and Miss Den -- low and the rapid l revolution\ of the Manager Stone Informed an AnvociATia
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8th page. this place. Mrs. Hall> is Interested In nett, of New York, sailed for Floridayesterday twin screws of the boat made a !great representative that Mr. III"ll
-Mr. W. A. Farmer; left, Sunday, for property on Indian River, and U by no ; so their many Rockledga Home Minstrels. commotion In the mud on the bar. Suddenly enlarging' the hotel before next season,

East Palatka, where he baa accepted a means a new-comer to this section of friends may expect to see them next one screw stopped completely. MO that the house. may be able to accomodata -

position with the F. E. C as night op. Florida.Mr.. week. Mr. Bennett was one of the The Tltnsvllle Home Minstrels will The engineer stopped both engine: and many more guest than It doc at

- and Mrs. II. G. Taylor, of champion amateur fishermen at Rock appear at the Opera liouso this. (Friday) tile anchor was' thrown out, while an Investigation present.

orator.We send one! paper free to all our Brooklyn N. Y., who have been'on a ledge last winter. evening. A piogrninma consisting of { was mndo, when It was found The following hotel and board In!

advertisers. When the ad. is discontinued trip to Havana and resorts along the Mr.C.\ E. Tuynton, of New York, solos, trios, farces gags, vocal and Instrumental that In stirring up the mud an enormous house ads. will be found on our lIovent.b:
the ADVOCATE Is also discon- East Coast, have been the guests of the has chartered the yacht Why Not of music, jig dancing, etc.. will eel had been caught In one screw, and page:
Indian River hotel for a few days. Mr. be rendered. The full dress will
parade had wound around it until It had entire
Capt. John Slmonson, of this place, and Jacksonville: St. James, Windsor,
tinued.Mr. Taylor Is Interested In the Louisiana start from the Opera house, this aft r. filled. the small In which the
ly
returnedto .' will leave to-day or to mouow on a cruise pocket Rathbun, J'lacl<\V".tmorelaol, New
and Mrs. J. O. Walton south of Tltusvlllo. noun at 4 o'clock Reserved
place, just seats on )Daimler launch protected effectually .
down the Indian Kiver. Mr. TayntonIs screws are llotul Kosoland, Grand View Oxford
the week having ,
Jacksonville the first of sale at Eagle Clothing Store 85> rents.General .
house to Mr. -Mr. Joseph Jefferson, the veteran acconmpanled by his nephew, Mr\ D. choking the screw and hinderIng New Duvnl.Seabreeze. .
rented their furnished admission 2,)
actor, who has been spending? the best L. Benjamin, also of New York. cents; children, its revolution. After iinsucotssful : The Colonnade
and Mrs. W. II. English. IS cents.
part of the winter at the Inn, Palm Beach, efforts( to detach the 1.lih, It wa! found 1'alatka'' : The Graham.DeLand .
-Mrs. Oeo. M. Robbins and sister left there, Sunday afternoon, for (Hob -Mr. J. B. Terry, a prominent resident necessary to reverse the engine In orderto ) I Collage: Arms.

Miss Annie Puildison left on the southbound Sound, where he Informed us he wait, going of Southold, N. Y who Is largely: A Fine V...".. do so, and the boat bl\ekt..lnp streama 'lltiisvlllel. Indian River hotel. ,-

train, Monday, for Cocoa and returned to visit Air. and :Mrs C. B. Jefferson Interested In property along the East quarter of a mile before the llsh. was lioukledgo: Hotel Indian (liver, Plaza,

to town the same evening.The for a week or so. lIe will employ part Toast: arrived in town on Wednesday. Anchored at the Hatch wharf, Rock- unwound. The tall of the eel was made Now Kookloilge, White' Cottage.

of his time fishing at Jupiter Inlet. lIe brought a bad cold with him, but in l lodge, on [Monday morning, wn the fast to the capstan during the unwinding Fort Pierce: Fort Pierce hotul.
and
Misses Aline Daisy Brady, a short time he will he as well as ever.
finely-appointed auxllllary naphtha and / and It wa reeled oil the screw onto Eden t Netherby
who have been attending the Stetson University -Mrs. Geo. J. Gould, Mrs. StuyvesantFish Ills many friends are pleased to see' him sail yacht Diana owned by Mr. Goo. that. Captain bite think he can cure Neptune: Neptune house

for some time past, arrived homo Miss\ Fimroy, J. DeW. Cutting, hero again Williams, president of theCuppell Horse It and use It n* an extra hawser' West Palm, Iloach The Seminole, The
on Friday afternoon last, on a few days' Lehr and S. Blodgden, of New'
Harvey / Nnll Co., of Hartford, Ponn. The Diana
-The many friends of Mrs. B. W. --- ---- Palm.
vUlc. York, were among the arrivals at the sailed for I'alm Roach \ She Is
Currier nt Ormond and other points Mondiy.: A 8'''1/n./ Party Magnolia Springs: Magnolia Springs
-Mr. J. L. Draff, special correspondent Royal Poinclana, on Saturday night, along the East Coast, will be pleaxed. to one of the prettiest vessels ever Been In hotel; and Magnolia Cottage.!(
about -
remain two -
Record a pleasant where they expect to these waters, fitted, as It I la with electric
of the Chicago was learn that, a few days ago, she presented
weeks. Messrs. Gould and Fish joined Goo. M. Robbins chartered Mr. Fred Steiry ha enhanced( hi* good
caller nt. this office on Saturday. lie her husband with a fine bouncing boy, lights, tiled fireplaces and in fact, Attorney /
the above party this week. They came which tile sloop Why Not owned and commanded reputatatlon a* a hotel manager by the
and
In on a visit to the various resorts alongthe which Is said. to have tipped the scales everything money good Judg- ,
South In three oars Mr. George John admirable manner In which lie VU conducting -
private Mlmonson
East Coast. at inilm.:: HU little brother and sister. ment could procure.On. by Captain yesterday
J. Gould In president of the Missouri Donald and Helen afternoon, for a sail on Indian River, the two Flagler hotels at I'aliu
-Mr. II. S. Kealhofer, recently) general : Pacific Railroad and Mr. StuyvesantFish are delighted with which wa given In honor of his cousin Bench, this winter, and he devise! nearly

freight' agent of the F. E. C. Ky.: holds a similar position with the the new-comer.their home Mr. In and Mrs. Currierare .a Cruise. Mrs. R. II. Baxter and her friend Miss\ everything be can think of for the
at Mas
has been appointed commercial agent of Illinois Central Hall road.Mrll. now Lynn, Lillian Welch, of Bath, Me.\ The sail entertainment of his guests. The Royal

the Monon Route, with headquarters In Baxter and Miss Lillian -A telegram to the ADVOCATE, The yacht Brooklyn arrived port on was an enjoyable one, with a good; stiff Polnciana and The Inn, both of which
R. H.
Atlanta, Ua. terdav, from the editor of the New York Friday, and! lay out In the river, /gaily breeze. Among those In the 1 party besides are under Mr. Sterry's; management, are
Bath Me. who have been
of
Welch stop.
of Boston whois World, say there Is a. rumor afloat In decorated with bunting. On boar were the above ladies were: Mr and doing mi enormous {business at the present
J. M Randall Beach and for
-Mr. Palm Rockledge a
ping/ at Gotham that Mr.\ Capt Fred Aldrldge: and son and Harold time crowded from basement,
Indian River Hugh; McLaughlin, the &'r.. Geo. M. (Bobbins. Miss Annie I'ad- being
well known on returned to the Indian River
has by many Nassau where be short time "boss" politician of Brooklyn, was seri- 8. Cox, all of Brooklyn, N. Y. They dUon and Messrs.. .las. Ilarnor, N, H ; tu roof. On Sunday last the number of
returned from Titusvllle\ Tuesday. They
at Eau hotel, on ously 111 on Indian River. Mr. McLaughlin had been on a cruise south a* far as the Wlllahan and Chas 11. Walton. guest at the Royal Polnciana wa IMIO\ ;
several weeks. lIe Is now much with Palm Bench\ and
spent were pleased is spending; the winter at Nevi nil' Florida Keys, and left here, Wednesday, -- while tho Inn entertained nearly 40t).
Uallla for a while. the courtesy shown them by the officialsof Rlvervlew hotel, Merrltt, about 20 miles on another cruise around Mori'Itt's Inland. Although the guest capacity of Hotel

-Mr.\ Jerome Twitchell, of Kansas' the Royal Poinciana. They expert south of Titusvllle; and a couple of day by way of the Banana River. Wo acknowledge Hotel Wanted. 1(0y,11'011lclana has bean augmented by
Hotel Ormond
City, Mo., who has been on a trip to to leave to-morrow for ; ago we heard he was playing quoits with / a pleasant. call from the accommodation for about 200 more,

Cuba, returned to Titusvllle on Monday.\ and In a week and or so for Welch St. Augustine.will sail Mr. J. Quald, an expert, and other boys above party, who stocked up with goods I want to purchase a well-located hotelIn there I III still not room enough: and this
Miss
lIe enjoyed his trip immensely. Mr.\ Mrs. Baxter the and came out the victor. That does not while In Tltu*vllle. the South; 40 to UN) rooms; furnished palatial hotel ha been taxed to Its Utmost -

Twitchell also stopped over at the Royal from Jacksonville on Wednesday, look as If he were Ill. ; must be a bargain. Address, with the past two or three weeks, cots

Palm, Miami;the Polnclana, Palm Beach; llth Inst., for New York. Dr. II. Huntingdon of New FOR SALE, on time or cash, all kind very full particulars, and cut or photo, being In great demand. Ever since the

and the Plaza, Eockledge. -Major Alex. St. Clair Abrams, of who- has botfn visiting: Ormond and York hlafuther's of sewing machine All kind of If possible, "The Grand, Mont Vernon, house closed, lust spring, engagement
best criminal N H. been In and the number
of the have
Jacksonville pouting
one ,
-At the drawing for the fancy quilt, place at Lyratta (a few mile machine repaired on short notice;
the State In town Tuesday who have engaged accommodation In
last Friday, Mrs. E. B. Wager was the lawyers In was north of ) over here part and needle. furnished. Address,
down Titusvllle\ to advance I I. above that of
to -
having come Wednesday For Hale away any preceding
the of hours afternoon J. A. ,
lucky winner. It was property a couple EIIICKIIO'l!
before Circuit The list of Include
law matters booking -
the Gabriel's church attend to some the Polnclina P. D. Box 113.] DeLand Fla. year.
Ladles'I Guild of St. en route to Royal Palm ,
Judge: M. S. Jones. lIe left for A beautiful home on Indian River score of person of national reputation -
Titusvllle, and the drawing: took placeat Beach, where ha expect to spend a ;
the residence of Mr. and Mra. T. T. Palm Beach early Wednesday morning. week or, so. Ha stopped over at Kork- :,1UO orange trees; 10 acre; largo, modern ; but hundreds could nut be ao-
The Major Is much in favor of the British for Sale, Cheap, house, every convenience. commodated, and many went to tile
south.
Wetmore. ledge a day, en route The Doctorwas .
and that Palm Miami. Chief Clerk Fred!
cause In South Africa, nays the fine THOMAS GKKBW' Royal ,
at
Judge/ and Mrs. R. H. Lalmbeer and when they win the day, It will be a good his quite pleased at appearanceof Illsfather A fine round-bottom, cabin schooner Lotus, Fla. C. King: has been "at his wit' end" to

R. II. Lalmbeer, Jr., of Brooklyn: Y., thing: for the natives and foreigners, for -orange the Kev.grove J. T. Huntlngton Lyratta. will{ 36 ft. long, 8 ft., 0 In. beam; a Ono model l; know what to ,do with the people. !Ha
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are the guests: of Hotel Indian River, all will get: equal rights and a good honest leave for Lyratta about next Monday.; a good: sailer, now sails. and rigging; Just To iiuterM", and Sportmneii. list dune his utmost to find room for
Rockledge. The Judge Is a noted amateur !government.: There will be no taxation the thing for party or pleasure bout. them; but In numerous cl\lloslt was utterly

fisherman, and the photograph of without representation under the -Mr. Louis D., Lockwood who ha Also a scow 4!) ft. long: 14 ft beam. Those hunting:-venison docks or other Impossible to accommodate all who

toms of his big flsh catches are much rule of Great Britain. Just bought,; of Mayor Whllldln the choice Apply to PET It:II NKLMOV: : In season for sale, should, applied for admission to one of the finest
admired by the many callers at the ADVOCATE lot on the West Palm Beach lake front Titusvllle, (Ha. game with B. W. communicate hotels In the world. We noted that

office. Empty Sugar and Rice llarreli opposite Geo. II. Maltby'\ One new Duval Hotel Jacksonville Sperry Florida., Proprietor there hiss been no change In the Royal
home, I Is one of the staunch businessmen I'olnclanu office staff which la I made up
-The Court Index, Cincinnati, to hand For sale. Address, and a member of the city councilof Wanted, a* follow' : Chief clerk, Fred C. King,

at this office, refers to Mr. Arthur Say- WAI.TKB A. MOOHE, Melbourne, Fla. He will build a Correction. fourth season, and during tho. sum

ler, formerly of Daytona and :New Smyrna of- 30feb 8 George: St., Charleston, 8. C. homestead residence on his new purchase A secondhand roller-top desk. In good mer chief clerk at the United State Hotel
an follow: Arthur Sayler, a lion The to have been
and make his permanent borne condition. Address" W S. care this Impression seems (Saratoga; assistant room clerk W.
the Hon. Nelson Sayler and a nephew of Wanted here. West Palm Beach I la to be congratulated office. made by my ads. that I am selling out H. Evans recently of Hotel Walton Philadelphia -

Judge; John R. Sayler, has been appointed on the acquisition of so desirable and will, close my business here. I will ; cashiers, J. Edward Martin\ recently

to a Judgeship having: jurisdiction A small furnished house, south of a gentleman: and lady, also, for till continue to operate the yard here of the Maplewood\ Hotel, White
over Cochise county. Arizona. Judge; Jacksonville] Fla. Address. reply, Mrs. Lockwood a lady of rare musical Flue IjiinchcM. and will, carry the same assortment of Mountains, and L. W. Maxson, of Lakewood -

Arthur Sayler'. court ift held at Dos Mr. JAMB M. GRANT" culture and will be warmly welcomed, stock, although smaller. I am opening: ; front clerk, W. H. Gunning of the

Cabezos. 100! West 5th Street, Jamestown, here. Scarcely a week goes: by but we are If yon need a good chop, steak or anything a wholesale, yard In Palatka, from which United Slates Hotel, Saratoga; assistant.
else. la the line do fall
Chautauqua C<,., N. Y. winning good people front elsewhere to ; eating; not to make carload shipments and have the front clerk, James I'. Scott, recently with

Kockledge. Indian River, come and cast their lot with us. The when In St. Augustine, to go; to. Orange advantage of through rates. Hotel Waldorf, New, York; night clerk
Howes', Lunch and Kooms
For Sale. star of West Palm Beach In surely In the Oyster cornerof Otto: If'.I'Ar.III01't'' W. J. Freeman" of Berwick, Mo., fourth

Ha one of the most attractive and ascendant. -Palm Beach Dally New, *. Cathedral place, near the bridge.Slioemakliiff Eau Gallic, Fla season here; mall clerk, J. )[. Hampted,

best-stocked store along the East Coastof The most desirable property la the r of Homestead Hotel, Hot Spring, Va ;

Florida. You can find everythl you center of Rocklmlge, on Barton avenue; Steamafili Tickets. and Kei>alriii( Agent Wanted. bookkeeper, George; Smallwood, recently
of five acres covered with of the 5hrebam1"asblngtoo; assistant
consisting
need at this store. All kinds of fine groceries
and western meat thrifty orange trees, also two' cottage Two steamship ticket for sale; first All kinds of repairing promptly at- Wanted-Agent; or manager: for accident bookkeeper. !L.Evans} of Bryn Mawr,

Particular attention paid to the needs thereon. Apply to class; Brunswick to New York and return tended to by William liassett Hopkins ,or old line Life Insurance Co. I'a.; stenographer and private secretaryto

of yachtsmen and cruising parties. WM.)!. MEHWIV, Milford, Conn. ; cheap. Mallory Line. Apply to street(near Uouknl//(ht'* boarding; house), Address I'. O. Box 207Jacksonville, Manager Sterry, Luther H. Button, OS

GEO.: N. HATCH, Propr. After Nov.20tb, Kockledge, Fla. ADVOCATE Office, Tltuvllle P1*. THnsTille, Fla. Fla. Stamp for reply Richmond, Va.



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THE KNIGHT OFTHE GRIP. NOTICE. 'COMMISSIONER'S SALE. .
ultic'
In Chancery. SEED POTATOES.

) [ Written for the Advocate.] Guardian's Notice of Application .

I am a commercial traveler, ForaJe of teal Rxtate.Notice AND BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE
And I go from town to town UNDER of ale entered In the Circuit .
Court for Itrevard County In a certain
With my line special wide samples IK hereby nrlTen: that I, W. O. Prink a* cause therein pending, wherein Orlando A. Improved Rose $3.00: per barrel. 'Special prices to large buyers. Write for testl.
From firm of .
a renown.I for lluahlett Ialrnd"r..nil Olnilyn Jo"ellia I the complainant and Michael F. liwyer
am sure to get an order Mugruder; miiiurn, will on the Tenth ....v..t etal.are defendants, 1 will ....111" front of ti e mootals from Urged. potato planters in Florida.
Almost anywhere I go, March A. I>. 1IHHI, make application. to Honor- Court House door at Tltusvllle, Floilda, during
villa) 1). L. Oanlilvn, County. Judge of llrevurcl. the legal hours of sale on the
For my samples, they are beauties, | Full line of fresh Garden mimI Field Seeds always In stock. Write for price
County, Fiori II.... for authority to .sell at private FIRST MONDAY IX' MARCH, A. P. 1000 Hat,
And they sell where e'er 1 go. Hale. the following doo'rlhOlllteal KataM, 'lirloiiKInir j
the and best bidder for cash, the
to said. l minor, and to highest: l L. CAMERON.
lying In
lirevaril
being Seedsman
deeuribed. real "t.ate situated In the
They are goods; that's good: and staple, County. Fiorinato wit following ,
And all need. hlrtepn.. anti tillrte.tJI-one.hllndrelth, Cnunty of Urevard, State of Florida, twlti
something; we ((1.113: 100)ur..a
Section lire between Section
the
You think thet of land. located on the north side of a tml.tof Beginning on ,, 125 East Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA
may they are groceries, land containing /ortv-Hve anti 4 and 4, In Township 2A "uth. Range 96oast
1i'IX/l/ Or other kind of feed twothjrtls(4a at a square monument stone marked with
some
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; ( %)wire, (mine tho south part of Lot two (2), due
It I h S something vastly dlffeiept, Range 87 cant, hundred and fifty feet, more or less' to Indian
YOATfJu( nice and neat aniS having, a width of eight anil thlrth-one-hun-. NalJ GEORGE MARX. JOHN
They aie dainty, ; River) thence northerly along river two MARX
Iroth V * ( ) reaching ncroiw the whiilu
They are handsome shoes pod slippersFor Inland. from Imllnn' River... Itanana linn 'red feet more or lens, to the south line of

the gents' and ladles' feet. hmmdvdon. the north by tract of land River of twelve(12)acres stud of a i.tnf H. O.land May purchased; thence. due by west A. I.along. and K Bald, F.lute Maim' to li 1VJ.A.R:: =iHR S.

ro rr ( aolil to 8. K. Jerome: ; and on the Hectlon i line I above named thence, dim south
I sell rubbers, boots and brogans: Hoiitliliva line running; parallel to the Houth along said section line two hundred loot, mere ,
For the army street and mine; bmiiiilurvnf anil ftalfljcniiiie Unil, at a distance of or less, to the place of heIlIDllh'll..A Wholesale Dealers In
I sell farmers' shoes and others- eight tliirty-one-liunilredtli ((5 80.100)) chains lito that piece or ,11"I..r land being a part
thnrelrom the
; living litml nut apart for mild infants of lot number 3 In Suction 3, Township :M south,
.. .. : ) GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE.
Dancing shoes are in my line. hv cumniiHtmi, to n like petition Iratwnen Hinge ::11I east, commencing on the bank of ludldn ..
wild Infant anti Louina M. ,
I look out for all, the babies J owo. lOver at the dividing line between lots 3
BALLOT BOX AN EDUCA- liloss their tailing: little hearts Alwt Commencing that tract on of the land went donnrlhed bank of an Itanium fulluwMt anti 4 oe'"nel' went running: : along I said dividing ;
THE Hirer line i ;,, : lot 3 and 1 eighteen. hundred and
When I show my line to papa, Hlxty-ono ol'alnN and eighteen link. north of nltv-two' leet. more or less, to the unction line lat and 133 East Bay Street and O tend Newann Street,
TIONAL FACTOR. I make to thorn remaiks. Month aectlcn line at tho northeast. corner of lot dividing SOlltloll 3 and 4; thence north along
conveyed... 8. Ityiler mid run Month *lxty...even said ,section line 418.b4 feet, tlwnce. east. on a line JACKSONVILLE, FI.A.
Yon think life Is degree* west ten chains eighty-four link ,along
may my easy, parallel with the dividing, line between said
DUNKIRK, N. Y., Fob. 26( 1UOO. As I pass from state to slate; the line of wild Ryder to Pnml tlmnce northtwontthffle I lots: 3 and 4 Iftw) feet to Indian River, thence
anti a half degree, wont eighty south along the margin of said river 4IMI) feet ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE
Editor Indian River Advocate! : But try it first for one long I year, clmltm anil eighty link, tlien-e north sixtyKeyen more or less, to the 1'11\0001' beginning CITY.
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You'll think It not so great. (legren* eaat eleven chains and Ixty-elulit Also the southeast inarter of the southeast.
There l lea popular delusion that women I have two hundred samples the link river. to llnnana River of thence south meandering quarter of Section Township 2fl south Range \ '""

should be grateful and contented with In my heavy sample trunk, seventeen t"Iulnt.township commencement.. twenty-nix south All In range section :Hi northeast east. AlsO4iS feet of the nit of southeast south end quarter of the of We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas'

the for mental training And when the midnight hour comesIt thirty-seven east, In the County of Mrevanl. said Section quarter 4. Township 2A south Range 3U guaranioolllenuine.Vo also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want
opportunities seldom finds me in my bunk.It Stale of Florida containing ten ,ncre moro or east measurement to commence at the southeast your Oranges: and Vegetables. Give us aerial and you will be pleased.
that the progress of the latter part of the |lest| surveyed by C. 11. Magruder, County Sur curlier of said described lot of land and togo

nineteenth affords them liut l Is nice to be a drummer, veyor. W. O. north along the section line between sections: MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.
century Or a knight the road Guardian fi.r FRINK d and 4 for a distance of 418 feet,, tlmnce west 23T- We only Sell to Dealers.
upon Hughlett
those who have me of-a mile, thence south 418 fret
expended thought; upon quarter
If the firm bo strictly honest- Magnifier and lliidvs/ Magrmlcr. to the corner between aal<<.1lota of land. herein
the subject cnnnot gay that women are Give you credit for /goods Bold. F J. WKIIB, Attorney for W. O. Frlnk. UfebSw luBcrllied thence a q..rter..r- a utile to the place '

given equal educational: facilities with When you return from trip t fb store ---- of beginning.! : land
The above described' parcels of embracing
men, until tho barrier, that exclude Having filled your mission, Notice the hotel" It Is then, oh then I the heart feels glad; and the orange. grove known on time Kockledgedrove John B. Stetson
them from the great school of the ballot When all commission containing 77 acres more or 10,,". Also University
you're paid up Circuit Court of the 7th .Iu box have been removed. Women nerd In cottages
; You quickly rush for home of Florida, HrevarU<< County, A. 1>. loot and pavilion situated on said land and all the
the enlargement, of ideas, the sharpeningof your own heating, Ilirhtlng and plumbing fixtures. connected
To see your child and wife, In Ro-AppllcatInn of K. M HIIlIO| ,," with and belonging said. Hotel IndianKlver .
the montnl faculties that result from OR. AdnilnlHtratrlx, to Mil Heal. KMI I
The dearest connected
spot) on earth to us, of Lu and all riparian right with DELANO FLORIDA.
tate
Iny lIorhert Hlnlow and f ,
political study, and what Incentive have When in that happy life. clan Illtflow, Jr., Minor j said Excepting! land ; also ar.il all reserving other fixtures., .IIIwoverIrom the

they for such study when depilved of She greets: you with a smile and kiss. To all whom It may concern t above time right nf way of the Florida rant
To see home once more Coast Railway Company, formerly: the Jacksonville
you Take notice that I will applY to the Honorable :
the power of exeiriHlng III? And makes your lire a pel feet bliss, Minor I H..louen.luilice' of Mild tourt, at Tit 11M. St..AugiiHtlnu and Inillitn River Railway :
One of our great: Mtutvstnen Hiildt "The For her we should adore. villo, Florlda.llr, whoever th. court may, than (:Company: descrlliHil in IlooollI"'lk W at page ALLt1
1 IK). on Monday the 12th ilar of Marnli. A, I). 48 of the records of Brevaril. County '. .'
result of the destruction of personal C. R. ELMS. ltt\ (i, or.an HIIOII, theroiil'wr an I can lie heard 1)V After the sale of the above real estate the :
the C'ourr, for leave to null the nndlvlduil ,w.1; io-rcmmnal' property mentioned In said dncree will
freedom Is theenfecblement of the moral Philadelphia, Pa., Feb 28, 1000. hints. interest tny mlntir. rhlldren. tuv ",'r.1 i.e announced for sale in front of the ('isrtiimmmt. I .
fibre and the ]iainlysts of Individual, hqrt Hlulowaiul Lnclen It. Jiiglow' m anil to tliu door aforesaid and the sale' thereof will .
following doHcribnil lam), to-wlti h.. math. .'tinted to Tuesday, the lltli duty or March, .
Intellectual and moral growth." Whnt HOT MILK Allot Lou. a 2, 8. 4. B, 7 audio( Tltua addition, at 12 noon, and will then bo miideon the, steps of
and all of Lot 4(1( 47 anti I I1111/ ; one of which han a Hotel Indian River at Itockh-dge FlnrHa.
freedom have who Buffer law
they by to There will then be sold to the highest and
small" hoiixuon It! all of which are In THunvlllu,
which they gave no assent? The do- Few people seem to know the value of Urevard County, Klurlda. best bidder ior cash" the following described, -. _
KLVIRA M.JHOLOW. personal property to-wlt: All the fnrnltuieand
/graded condition Into which human beIngs this simple article ,which maybe had In as A'luilnlxtrntrlx or the chattels whatsoever,. In the Hotel Indian,

fall when deprived( of this freedom every farm house. If one comes In at Tills February 3rd.Entitle I'.HKI.F. of Lucien 11.lilglow. and lOver be'ongliig.and cottages to an Id edln hotel connection and ..uua"rs.FKEDUKiriC therewith..

was forcibly Illustrated, to me a short noon tired and worn out and half-sick, J. W Kim, Attorney Petitioner, erohaw : A. 1MOUOA.X: '
feb3-niar2 Commissioner In Chancery.Sllerhft"s ,. : -.
time since. Traveling through South he can uot do better thing/ than to take -

Carolina, I missed rullioad connections it cup of hot milk and lie down and rest Sheriff Sale. Sale.UM1ER I /

and found myself Htrandod at a remote n few minutes. before IIH takes bill regular I.

town. I resolved to make the most of meal. If the housewife finds herself UNDER AND II Y VIRTUE OF AN KXECU For Both Sexes. This Scholastic Year Began
Issued out of the County: Court for, AND 1IY VIRTUE OF AN EXECU-
my time by delivering an dddiesn on 'tired and weary a cup of Lot milk and a Urevard County Klnrldn: : In a cause. th.reinpendIng : I out of the Conntv Court for October 3rd. Send, for Catalogue
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wliervln F.: K. Itiind and .1 It. Conrndpartners I llrevard County in a cause therein
woman suffrage. To accomplish this few minutes' rest will work wonders. doing business as the Hond Lumber wherein iielen Watton et al ure pll\lnt 1"n.hnlC.

design a houso-to-houso canvass was If one feels nei'vouehnd used up at night, Company, are plnlutills. and (J. H. Williams In William II. H. Oluoaon Is defendant I have lov College: Acmlemlc, Normal, Art and Music Depnitmcots. Large, commodious
defendant, l have levied upon and will sell at led upon and I will I I sell at public auction to the
necessary. The men who populated a cup of hot mflk taken just before. retiring public .auction, to the highest and best bidder hllclieHt and bust bidder. for rufth. In front of the Dormitory buildings, with pel'feet'ttnnltnry arrange'ITU-.t, tesiau: water, etc., In-
for cash in front of the Court House door, at C'ourt,, )['''''MO di"or at TittiHvllie during the legal
the/business center of the village; were will many times secure night of Tltusvllle, during the legal hour of sale. upon hours. of Hale, upon the surlDg perfect healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout ; facility of iS

rest and sound sleep. If in the FIRST MONDAY IN MARCH A. D. 1900
normally Intelligent; My subject was on arising trained and
expeilenced teachers. Send for
Catalogue containing full information
FIRST MONDAY IN ArUIL, A. D. 11X10.
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now to them, but they soon became the morning one feels. faint and debilitated 1 the following deborlheilreul estate iltunted In
the following described real "estate sltiiat In Hrevitrd County, Klorlda. and stanillnicon. the Address. J. F. FORBES President.
deeply Interested in discussing it. The a cup of hot milk taken before one Tltu-vtllo, Florida, and standing on the publlu public records In the name of Wlllluul II. JIlleiixiin ,
records In the name of O. 8. Williams, the defendant ( the dafenilunt. to-wlti I .
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bartender exhibited signs/ of friskiness gets out of bed, will impart a strength to wit! Lot B and ,:.I. block 161 I lot /5 anil 12, Mock' 17; -- -- -- --- ---

the shoemaker grinned; amid his gil me, and vigor which will be a B rlll18e to Lot I of the subdivision of lots 30, 30, 40, 41( lots. fi and 12, block IX; loU /B and 12, block 11), In OE3.A..S.: :SL"'t.7, ILsxE cSc OO.
aml4'4of I :. Joyuervllla addition or Tltusvllle, as the town of Kan: lalllo, according to the record. ,
the watchmaker was more tickled than those who have never tried It. If one is shown bv a plat of saul Hub-division on recordIn ed plat of said town
617, IUD iv. St. 'JACKSONVILLE FLA.
the nfllceof the Clerk of the Couit of lire AI.o! the north halt of the flotitheant Quarter U"7 ,:
his tickers, the chicken man out-chuckled about to engage In something which l is yard County: I.vlng and being In the north of the northeuHt quarter .and the mint!) half of

bis poultry, and every man of them had likely to tax his strength/ to the utmost half nf lot 3, Hoction 3, Township 22 south, tho northeast iiuartor of the "noutheaat, quarterof
Range 3ft/ east according! to the government aur Section 6 In TownBhlp 27 south, Range 37iiOKt.
a quip and a gibe; on "the day that wascousin' and feels the need of a stimulant to brace I vet being the same lot mild b> M. F. Gray and Also the NW of the NKW of the N\ K((. the
wife to <>. H. Will h.,"", as per deed( recordad NM of the SK'X: of the 111)o\:\(. the BH "f theMWU
when the chickens an' chllluns him up) for the trying ordeal a, cup of In book O 0., |nga lu Jiruvard County Uueil of-the NEK. tf.e\i of theNWW nf tho NE-/.

Mould bo left to tok koer o' themselves hot milk will be found equally as helpful records. the NM nr tie NKJ4 of time NWI tho NJ4 of theSE ,'
February 6, 1000. ( nf the YW\(, thoof tIme 8WW of the N
an' their \ilinmln folk. a-whoopln' things as the alcoholic stimulants which are J. P. BROWV WW\ tIn M"' of the NWI/ of the NW#, the Nof "
11'. J. TTRnn Sheriff. the N WW of the 8 W)Ii aDd the NK of the H
up at the )Oll5." !Feeling encouraged frequently resorted to on such occasions Attorney for fUlntllTs. 2marJO; Wli of the !SWJj section 7, township 27,south

at this wlde-uwake community, with renewed lu all cases the milk should be perfectly ran lie 27 eajst. i I.J. P. HROWN '((c

cntu'gy I act forth on my tour awoot. and without any kind of n taint, -We want to draw the attention of feb2mar2 Sheriff. ,

amid domestic life. It should be heated until it Is just readyto our numerous readers along; the East ,
Coast and throughout the state In
gen
Theic Is pallid IndllTercnce, n sodden boll, and be taken at once, just as hot eral, to ,the advts. of the live and ener Notice. ,

hopelessness depicted! )>011 the countenances as one can sip it, a teaspoonful a time. getlo business men who are bidding for -, !" 1

of the Inmates of asylums One should never drink a glass of milk share of your patronage In tlue columns I III hereby given that on the 21st day
pauper of 4ho ADVOCATE. If are In need NOTICE. A. )) 1IKH, or .... soon thereafter... I
but In an Intensified! degree; was this at one or two swallows, ns many do. It you can be heard, I will applv: to hi* Honor 1>. L. I IoII
of any particular line of !goods, the pink Gaulden County Jndne of Brevard 'ounty, fora
should l be .
taken in small
Indifference and hopelessness stamped quantities at a will tell the best to and
papor you place buy final settlement mv pcoounts approval I )'1 5. I I
upon the! women I met that day. They time, nnd as we firmly b( lleve that it them. Road the ads. nf my distribution of the asset of the Estate: of '
li. C. Hmith deceased, and for my dischargefrom
wero all poor and bad swarms of child- would be a good plan to adopt the rule the administratorship' of said estate.W. .
Little Drown Jug WIlier Filters $1.23; I. ALLEN,
ren. Into their drouth-smitten heads I never to drink any milk that had not and $2.60: Claude' Walton, agent. Administrator.

hammered woman rmffrago for half an first been raised to the boiling point. ,Tensen Fla Sept. 8th. 1KOO.Kobbnls .
I
Irrdmam
& ( Att'y for Administrator.One .
hour but not a ray of Intelligence struggled The above remarks are not founded on PAs: an advertising medium, no Four Full Quarts Delivered for $-1.20.

through their bralna. hasty theory, but are the result of prac- paper on the East Coast can beat the I
ADVOOATK. Give us a trial advt., of the anti-germ water filters
Their bovine vacuity of expression be. tical experience and careful thought on and be convinced o( the pink paper'. can.be seen working at the ADVOCATE

tokened lives devoid of interest, much the Bubjoct.-Excbange. worth. office. FOR $3.SO.

less enlightenment. Imprisoned within' __ .__ ___ __ "_ ---=- ----_ cc= _.- __ __ _ ____ _____ .
the walls of homos that had: no comforts It isn't the bodily sickness that hurts a -
Sent to
man. lIe could stand that fairly well if his us by Express, iioBtofllce order or New York Exchange, we will
debarred from Intellectual companionship The Nation'still send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID
mind were easy. But Americans are busy. ,
by their husbands, even the Joys and They have work to do-plans to make "San Mateo-H FOUR FULL QUARTS .

aspirations that should accompany schemes to execute. They are plungers. /(- t Best

mother-hood, had been converted Into ." They line up their incomes as soon Cigar.Why Of the
bitterness. as they receive them or re-invest them Celebrated Seven-Tear-Old

with the idea of increase. They cannot

The baker, the butcher, the black- afford to be sick. Sickness is a calamitya .,& Calhoun Pure

smith, amid all their grinding toll, wore financial calamity =:: Rye Whiskey

stimulated by the knowledge of their as well as a phys- __;:. ,.' :i'1iit1xt..

importance In the world. They met kal one. So the .. y8" In PLAI'f' PACKAGES, nomarksto Inul'-nte content. (which -will avolil all com
sick man worries, 41- Why buy imported cigars, made from hoary tropical tobacco, doctored with m .i.-iM-niViUfot'5ml' !JtltluJ8( not satisfactory return it at OI'R KXl'ENSB: Sfltlyour
together; talked: politics, had ambitions, and themoreli I. Cheerfully re'"mle limit WhlKkey I I.. nn pooil ate. any gil 00 good In the market.
expanded In their freedom, while their I worries the P',.." opium and other drugs, when you can have the pure Florida leaf at a five-cent WearecloB., hand. anti can give you (/fjvjcKER: >'':'.IVEIlY than ,1I"tant houses. We haveSJivaiBiTiJ ,
?!? JxTi !SJ'J.iTSJyrBllU, at the name ntniid for om er 18 YEARS, and ac to our Kt9-;
wives had contracted into nonenittes, sicker. hegrows. ..7.t'1f.I/ price? the:editor; .of till:paper : for homiest.dealing, we reler you to any merchant here, or to

who were not help-meets but draw
only Worry is a \. FREE BY MAIL TO ANY BOX of 25: .$1.00 :SOLOMON &: LEVI,
downs. The men never talk to them. }
good thing at
Their opinions w"ro. worthless, and so the right ADD R ESS......j Box of 60.$1.73 P..O. Box No. 33.: 1028 & 1030\ BIRMINGHAM First Avenue,, ALA.

they left to ti 111 e. The
were a withering decay of .

their mental faculties minute you ; s. .r_ ::eO LE NOTiC'E I-We par Kxpre Charge to all points reached by 8OUTHERV' EXPRE83 CO3I-
feel a symptom of sickness-worry about PANY." but to pol"tII on lines of other Express. Companies, we prepay only In points where
Those women are not 'isol.ited canes; it-do something about it-cure yourself. Southern Exturesut (oniiiany transfers tonalil' other Ex pro.." Conumny.

There are thousands" of them over the When you begin to feel run-down-when SAN MATEO, FLA.

whole country. Do they tend to (lie a twinge/( of rheumatism tells you plainly _. .
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world's advancement? Are that your blood is impaired-when you, H. A. HODGES.
they fit to
are losing flesh and vitality, go to the ..
rear Intelligent citizens\? Have they the nearest drug store and get a bottle of Dr. Manufacturer; of

ability to Inculcate the great principles Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It If You Have Not

of llbeity.of philanthropy, patriotism is the greatest blood purifier and, tissue ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lnnl ber...

Are such women IU thoso capable of builder all other on earth.blood<< diseases It cures by rheumatismand curing the ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads<< Fruit and Vegetable Crates.

moulding the characters of future generations cause. It purifies the blood and puts the Anyone contemplating[: shedding; their pineapples or oranges or building In

so that they shall bo an honor blood making organs into good, healthy, Found What You Want. any part of Florida would do well to w.ite for prlcrs. The saw mills are locatedat

and a glory to our Republic? working order. It tones up the stomach, . Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W. Rv. Dumber delivered to any

What broader Held of stirs up the liver, helps the kidneys in part of the East Coast. Address: H. A. HODGES Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
education can bo their work and puts suffering nerves at
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found than the For a Home, suppose take a trip down and look at our -- -- -- -- .-
ballot-box --
you --
? Women deprived rest. It contains no whisky, alcohol, ---- -- ----

of this enlightenment are stranded opium or other dangerous &drugs and Fruit aud Garden Lands along the ESTABLISHED! 1880.

in their Intellectual growth. Were does not, therefore, create a craving for

these women voters, their husbands stimulants or narcotics.Tame East CoastSettlers :Bond Lunaber Co.
H. Cratnpton. Kq., of SharpaburirVMhloKton ,
would converse with them, and Instead \ Co.. Md. WM'U' "I wa In buiunM ,
In Baltimore and had rheumatism for three
of making outside constituents
would! month; eoul<1n't walk at all. I tried the beat Manufacturers of and
be making constituents by their doctor I could fret but they did me no good. I Dealers In
own took three bottlea of Dr. Fierce' Golden Medical are flocking in but still there Is room. If you are
firesides. Discovery and it cured me aoua,'. 1 came LUMBER SHINGLES
Suffrage for will borne to ftharpaburo' ; and there were three caaa looking this way, drop a line to LATH FLOORING SIDING CEILING
women the
open windows of different diieaae I adviaed the patienta touee ,
of these darkened homes Dr. Pieree'a medicine which( they did and Vlce-Prt"ddent
and 3rd
let all were cured. K have aold over one hundred JAS. E. INGRAHAM Mouldlnr, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
the sunshine of enlightenment and free- dollars' worth of your medicine by telling people and Vegetable Crates. We solicit
correspondence.
how It cured me. You can write to our drug- FLORIDA EAST COAST IVY,
dom nurture the nurseries of our nation. tat, Mr. O. P. Smith, in our town and he wOltell Saw, Flaming and Shingle Mills at Bond Mills, on J., T. A: K. W. R'y. Yards at

IIIul'I: : 110JUus LEWIS. and< you aUvcrtuiaf what I did your for great you remetuaa in regard"to lUna ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA. DeLand and Titusville.i .



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i Professional Cards. It 1 is very hard to stand Idly by and see
our dear ones suffer while awaiting the : omen as Well aa Men: I

aO1 M. BOBBINS. WALTERS.GRAHAM.lOBBINS arrival ..f the doctor. An Albany (N. Y.) 1 We Carry on Hand
GRAHAM diiirymen called. at a drug store there fora i i /.lade Miserable by
/ doctor to come and I see Ills child then
I Ivel'y
the finest. stock to lie obtained anti
low Kidney Trouble. nro prepared
with croup. Not finding the' I / 1
ATTO RN E YS-AT-LAW, docror in, he left word for him to coma I-r I uxrcu't'' oil orders prnniptly. We only solicit the

From 10 to 12 on his return lie also bought a bottle I : business donlors.
nouns:- a.ra., w
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.ICE; of trouble the mind dIs- I ( __
and 2to4p.m. Chamberlain's; Cough Remedy, which preys upon -
he hoped would Rive some relief until and lessens ambition; beauty vigor I Lot ns have your" orders for PItI Maine Grown
|TITUSVILLE, Brevard Co., FLOIUDA.O. the doctor should arrive. In a few hours _. and cheerfulness score I I noUG SEED POTATOES.V0 :: .

1 BOX 108. he returned, saving" the doctor need not disappearwhenhekidnays ( :I I R 0I -- ---
In all the oourts-etat. and tedtspeclal
Will practice come as the child was much better. The are out of order EQ \ purchnso our seed< facilities for examining and perfect. druggist Mr. Otto Sliolz, gays the family t or diseased. I I V Celebinted! Maine; Seed [ Upland I titles. has since recommended Chamberlain's Kidney trouble has R o

Cough; Remedy to their neighbors and | become so prevalent a Quotations mailed ou application. Stencils furn-
L. GAULDEN, friends. until he has a constant demand that It Is not uncommon Ixheti

for It from' that part" of the country. For ., for a child to be born ------(1
e ?
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, sale by druggists and medicine dealers. # afflicted with weak kid I / \V'o are In the bent pOIMlblo> position to handle your
t =.. neys. If the child urln-
{Will practice In all the Courts of the State :: _. "' F consignment and solicit them guaranteeing
-- ales too often. If the
Florida and the United States Courts. fur the same our prompt personal attention
I Strrnirtti of Fine W..I.. scalds the flesh or If. when the child 11
11. U Box,235.TITUSVILLK, FLA. The world l has only recently realizedthe at*. ago when It should be able to Whito: & Waltori

Money to Loan. 18 fact that there Is n. shortage of tha passage. It Is yet afflicted with .

fine wools. A lOllS porlod of iltscourBKeinentu depend upon It. the cause ol JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA.KHTA1IU9IIKD .
GOLDSMITH, during which difficulty Is kidney trouble, and the first .. "
breedersIn - ---- -----
many should be towards the treatment of
America. Argentina and Australia << INTO
Important organs. This unpleasant
.'\.l"l\RN'EY-A'r-LA'V, dispersed their flocks or crossed with Is due to a diseased condition of the
English nuns. Is partially responsiblefor and bladder and not to a habit as

riTtrsviLLK, FLORIDA.J. this Then crime terrible losses of << people suppose.
I Australian sheep by drought nnd finally as well as men are made mis- M. Lane & Son

a call from the consumers of tho | << with kidney and bladder trouble ,
WEBB, world 1 for fabrics requiring fine wools. both need the same great remedy.

L. For some tlmp the mnrket for these mild and the Immediate effect of
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Is soon realized. II Is sold ZMi: WASIIIXOTON: STREET NEW YOU.
wool lins, been remarkably active and << "..-
In the Courts of the 7th strong regardless of the trade druggists In fifty-
Will practice )n c Iroult. Taxes paid for non-residents qualities. All this baa had n splendid and one dollar<' I .iu't::: -
You may have a f 1.: '"Ii : !
and rents and accounts collected. effect on the trade, In fine wool ) bottle by mall .. O" Southern Fruit and Produce

ITUSVILLR, FKOIHDA.I sheep., Breeding stock of thin. kind Is << also pamphlet tell- nome of s ... ._
In good,I demand<< at figures which reward all about It. including. many of the

those who held l on to their docks of testimonial letters received
PENNEY Oor.c.r.o..1oo1on: : :: : Morchasz.tst: :
A.D. during:: the dark darn of chenp wool. sufferers cured. In writing. Dr. Kilmer .
., Binghamton N. Y., ba aura and .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW:

1TURVII.LE, FLOIUDA. by local applications, as they cannot n 1'1'116111011.tI.1cT5.rcl.ro..otl.o.
not reach the diseased portion of tho eur. ( ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.

|Will practice In all the courts of the 7th There it only one way to cure Deafness, _____ ,

Judicial Circuit. and that is localised by constitutional, remedies. will be at the following\ place on : :: : & Fitch.
Du.ifnc-HH inllariiutl ,
) by an con-
----- dates named for the of ns-
dition of tho lining of tho Eu- purpose
mucous
taxes for tho 10IH): .JACKSONVIM.K. FI.A.
TAMES ANDREWS year
stachlan Tube. When this tube gets
I inflamed, you have rumbling sound or Drum Thursday :Mar .1 Grocers and Coniniission Merchants.KAHPIH ]
A TTOR EY-A T-T.\'. W. imperfect, hearing) and when It Is entirely Monday 1\ : ,

Main office and P. O., TliuiAl.8, KL.A. closed Deafness: Is the result, and unless Tuesday II (tt\ ]) : -Wu |beg to ,iiunte you: our lrh"1, on the following'| (gaud. .. f, n. Jiivkmiiivlllii, qn lull-
[Office open at Ft. Pierce on :knd and 4th the Inll munition .can be taken out and .. Wednesday II 7 ty iiarantuiMl, and. would. uu plonmid. to rurtilvu, your order. In any' iiiiintlty| :

Fridays of each mouth. this tube restored to Us normal' condition Thursday II N BRAIN, ItAY AM) KKK1. : : Hunt II. HIUIOII, |

Will practice I nail the courts of the bearing will be destroyed forever; nine I<< Friday II tl Corn, *ion llts., 1 pr sunk, .. . .. *l.nn ", 1" f'li enf.uniiipmiiiil' "per lb. . .. . .. .IMI
7th Judicial Circuit. cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, MondayTuesday II 1a: 0"1'11.\11) II..., pnr sack. ;. . .. .. .. ... 1. 1iI Rue, per Hi.; ..:::::::::::::.:::::::: ::':::.:its i 'to.iMC'nIVun ::H;
II 1.1: Ouw, while par ""Muk. .. . .. .... ... I 1..1lI ,,u, par lb. .... .. .. ... ...unto( .III
man Km
which Is nothing but un.Inflamed, condition limn. "per I0<) Hi*.. . .. ... ... .. LIe) roiiHtnil ArliMit, ptirpimnil.' .. .. .11 14
of the mucous surfaces., bourne Wednesday II Ii Pom! Muni .. .. . ... ..... Inil' ) Ton orliliick. ib. .. !Ili
STEPHEN E. FOSTER, We.will give One Hundred Dollars for Callio Thursday 15 1l'hantgoodl1uallty.. ... . ... 1.41) W I.IMI) Ilrnnub"etNngurparlb icrmin; ptr ::::,::::. ::: : ::: ..01c.H.lI..I.h.llhl.I'I'r \"
/ Friday 111 looting. .. ... .,,. I.in .1..lIy. : llhl.'I.. .. .. .. ... .. .. .... .. .. I.INI
A TTOltNEY-A T-LA W, any case of Deafness (canned by catarrh) 10 JlIlYI.I'NHh.' .. .. . .... ..... .... .. .N Honp" 1IMIH' i.M
MondayTuesday
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh FUUIt,0RITSANDlitEALy NtnreiIurbox' IMO

Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner Building, Cure. Send for circulars freo. ". u :20! oast'ntantFlnori.. Iwrri'l.. ... .. . 4.9ft Hodii (<<''','kll'', |"'rlb..,. .. OIIJlII.t
Wednesday :21 . .. .. \/:11\: I."III.C'.. iik..m, per' III. JUH
F. J. CHENEY; tit CO., Toledo, O. Patent Hour, por' )Jj ImlTOl \ .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I I old by Druggists 75c; Point Thursday :22!: II.It..., |1"1' barrel. .. .. ... .. .... .. ., IM< Tehlx V.' V. Hiilt.lflm.ib....' ., p"lmn r 'I....... 1.I INI\()
II Meal barrel 1I.A:|/
,
Hall's Family, Pills are the best. Friday. 211: per MEtTSANDI'ROVIPIONR.T'''" lt'HI', 3-lh ixirdos. .IN)
[ SA fUBJ.T. SIIAVI.OII, GORDON R. KKOOME.C !:. TuesdayWednesday, 27 \\1''h..., p''r iirona. ." trolatttea
Rqillrn'itlliiiuin.( purlb. ... .... .... ... .(NIKHln pwr. uok... 3.M:
BAYLOR & BROOME, rANTED-Itonont man "r woman to travel : 2H .. ililiir! ., imr\Hi.. .. .. .... ....1)7" to , for lance house ; salary Aria monthly' and Thursday 211!) .. .. ..... ... .........1 la': tn .111 Onliinn, par| linrrul .. ... ...... .. ... .. .. II.WS
ATTORX BYS-AT-T.AW.: enrluxe exnenxon\ with-adIreeed' increase utanipml; position. eno'olobe.|iormanent | Friday an We Kino liiiinlla" YuKotalilu and Pro,hmn for oar uiiHtonuirii, nut thane 11,111 are brliiKtng hereto
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MANAiIER.330 Ca"toll budding, Cliioago.rJ71iioo \ Saturday :HI duty AN lolloWK

Will practice In all the Courts of the Tuesday April\ ::1 i I roniHtiHm I : : pur" crete" ..::: : :: ::::::: ::::*..1.MI I n to to t'J.dOKUKpliint. 2 MiTiiuupplini ...ltn'irl are lde.|psylmlr, iwr Mi tn-iluy. .. ...for... .. .. .. 14 to ,18

State. Office In Law Exchange. will be loft at nil the poHtof- '' . .. . ... .. .. ...//141 to 6.i l lOnuiKMM llrnun Mult Illilim, pnrlli.... .. ... .(1MM to ,0tfIlinmwax
'rile "ThJ-. .. In tho for the of lirlichtn .. .. . .. .. ....:.1,22) 103.7(1( per' lb..u. .. .. .II.to.m:
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. county purpose .* rinmrtn. ... .. .. . ... .....3.*.' to 9.,!<5 Tnllnw |i''rlb I <- -> .... .. ,.. .. ..1NKhtArl
returns. Turkey, alive, |wp ll> . . .. .. .. .. .. .M: to I.I AlilgotorSkln..7fart. anil up. .. .. .. l.im
I J. F. WOOTKN l'KKi: ". per .. it to .Ml II to 0 fret IIn.l"p. . ..Ifl to .00.
W. ALLEN Assessor lluimi.rt4ih., .. . .. .. .. .. . .:(lIIt".41)< 'IMIII+ Skins, rx'h ...... .. .. . .....'.IIlt.) .....
GEORGE WHY KILL YOUR MOCICIXO BIRD "' 1..llIlo..olloh... . . . .. ...il1I:1It Otter It .. .. .. . . .a.lMltoT.iNJ)
with stale food, when yutl can \<< We would. iilwnneil to mill you )oar griwierlc, mill grain buy. your hlilm, Suit handle your
ATTO EY-AT-LAW, buy the Southern Home Mocking bird \ ) SKVKUAL: I'lfUSONS FOIl niS- vouotul>lun and pruiliiue. YIUII. t'nly.McTlMMON3.
trlnt Olllco Miumtftini li. thlimtiiKi to rep| & FITCH
Food! fresh at23o lb. sent I
KEY: WEST FLOHIDA. every d.iy per ; r Hont IIIH. in their own antl. urrotimlliiK IS, l7, 10 and 25 South Ocean Street' j A('KMIl.N: V ILL}:, ft.".
anywhere lUc extra to pay freight. BrMder.'V ..*. Wllllnu: to pay teurly' SIHKI), |psysblu]
Will practice In the United States Ia..trslule l employment'. with minimal
suffer from CHILLS & FEVER ;
WHY ] >rtnnltlim. It"fo''III'.o"'IIIII1lo.l. KiirlfmoB :
and State Courts. Ojun05T when you can get a bottle ofThom.m' << \ / ..". utaimiml' o".oh'I. A. Park,
: .. IIiilMInu, Ohio*".
Chill and Fever Tonic, guaranteed

O. FRIES C. E. to cure for SOo. pLANT SYSTEM.

J. WHY suffer from splitting HEAD- "HOW TO DO BUSINESS,"

COUNTY SURVEYOR.: ACME when you can get a bottle "'- -

Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. of Thomas'' headache Cure, that will on TUB
Mapping neatly done. Estimates for curo you in short order for lOc of Success in Retail MerchandisingIly Tho Trunk Line from Florida" to nil points MOUTH, EA.yT' SOUTH and 1VEST.Tlu'eo .

II. 11. THOMAS: through Sleeping Cur Lines to Kant via dun'lonton. and Atlantic Coast F.lno.Thrue .
all kinds of engineering works. DIs- ). McLKAN.-: !: .-
l.hll'lto tho Kant via Siiviiiinali: and Southern
Car : Kallwny
Chemist &: Druggist LaVilU Pharmacy Most Cumprehenslre| ITartli-al, and Valu. through HloupInK
puted lines a specialty. Jackitouvllle, [<'I.,. 1'ruutlHe on Jlimln", and How to Suceesa Two through Slooln! | Car Mnos to the \Vust via l\lonljCon'ery' and 1,. A N H. It.
Hi It, ever pulillHliuU. Four through Slurping Car I.lnits to I Iho Wust vtn Jusup and Southern Hallway
TITUS vi LLH:, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. text book of lr.tl..1, hints. rules and .".
| Ono through 8l i | lm or snit rare value Unit everyone, nn iimt-
old utiil' experienced, luimiiit hue ilurlve One through bUiepliin Cut Line to the West via Havamiuli ami Southern Kallway.FOKMJNO .
Free to the :
Ruptured. :i'o: : : :
UOUOUTON'S sad imitltive, value from ltd ttmuhhiK, T1IK: GREAT T1IUOU01I CAlC tINE.
DU' .. to Urn young Iii),Ice It I I. a haul, book and
", ... of InillHpmiiiuble.. value The New York and Florida Mpoclnl and The New York and Florida Mmltod. '

FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS ])1". AV. S. Rice, the 'Veil-known : "irnnil oiitnt,('haters.liivliiillnic! Hie Agents sj lemokun Wanted.rntfelpt Full). Solid vestlbulu trains, steam heat., oloctilo ll>{hiod, with observation, compartment

Authority, Mentis trial of Nibs 1, Suck ...11... K, every. nriirukflf.iiHr, lu all dining and library cars running solid between /Mt. Aiiiistlno| and Jcrsuy Cityare

on the (Denton) ruinous" Kenic
Now AT PALM BKACII. H. C. McFadden IivlslonPassenger Agent.
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.\) SEVERAL PEItflONS roll illS| \
The Largest and Most Com \ I'Mln, hanger, Operation or BII trlrt Dflloe/ eLmngers In till. slate to rap| B. VV \iVrGnn liI>IIBIlonltor Ti-alllo Manager' / .Savannah, Ga.i .
Hour's K.OH. of Time from Work. resent me In their own and mirniiiiiillnu ,
plete Establishment South. .... Willing t<> pity yearly "INn', fiayalile -- ... .
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thousands of --- -- -- -- -
To thethuusands upon rnptureil Ihmlralilo, employment with minimal
people who are torturing thenmolveR, with trunnen .... ItHfpreiiuitu
HACKER & SON exchanged Knulimo
GEO S. ,, and In dimmer of death from .
luomeniary nddreseed' muuipnd ..II* .|UIH>. 8. A. Park, i :
Dtraniculatlon. Dr. W. 8. Ikea, 711) Main Street, Building, Ailauia., N. V., will BUI d free to all a trial! of hUfumoiis
I method that him eaved.o iuangIlves snit ,
I made no many men, women and children well
and strong, sndpernlsflentlyCu roil if old and l lUUlloult ...tlIIf"e''JI'
.
I rupll"".. l>o not l ha .....,kwa..1) about -/
writing>. a free trial. twill com you nothingand
wlIleiiiihlB. you to Mia haw easily you can
cure jrmiiself 1 In a vnrmhort, time without' :In.lntt
t an hour from: work. Or, hire la determined. that &
every HiiflTerlnK "man or woman shall know the
wonderful truth that rupture can be cured and 7
be then-fore |cen"r UHly sends, prepaid by mall, Aw1
bin 'method. ab.olut. ly free, and you can make' a 5rEEDSBrow b
free trial I : of'I It. Write to-day without:: tall, an .
you cannot afford to robe this 1 roe and generous

olFer. ___ __ .. .'..
....,.. .. Y.MANUFACTURERS paying c.op.u. th. .1r.
Mr. f}. Nllnon.of Sogn 1 Minn., hail. two very Deep ami always the ...... Fur I

bad scrotal rnpturen both of which he cured Kale everywhere. ltefiiMt>iil .tltul..... II,. I Fw
permanently at III" home without iiifTerlnff any ,
vain or Inning and time from work lie rend the Stick to Kerry'. -.... and proiipnr.IwiO -
: OF f.liiioim Illce method ami "YM of it: "Thin wonilnrftil Howl Annual froo. Writ.. for I"D.
homo ours has proven to be to that couldlieiluHlre. '
Doors, Sash Blinds, I am fully cured of two bad ncrntalrupturoa M. FERRY CO.. Detroit Mich. T
and am very grahifiil; to Dr. Hloe for -
baring I ,irented suffi a Oml-.end. I hoife all _-!.:...: In
Moulding & Building Material people who are ruptured ..llIlIlIe It" ftnnil, Tour -.
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name and addre to I>r. W. a. nice 7H Main .
Ht., Adams, N. V and he will IIt.'b.lw":: a \ )-lnne t man or woman,, tn travel
Office & Warerooms. King opposite fuYlin4tructlune
free trislwith you for large boceej nalary silo monthly amiIMIHMIH
Cannon Street.Cliarleston ran gnlcklyaudeasIly' cure youjimlf at h ine.Write with' InRrvaiw; : xnltlon imrma-, The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one Inmate

] S. C. you will to-day.l>e cured Don't Bound wait.... a dollar If you before begin spring now .eiirlono( !. ,*:.,)..lr.'Id."I.t"*,"'I'.1 Cblcaitu.: .enieloie.! seventy years of age, who has been In the Infirmary for three years,
...
work belli. --- a great sufferer from Indigestion, and has been taking Ripans Tab-,

Sash Weights Cord and n. and W bisk } -..Itl tit tp. ChoiceWlnes.Llquore. ,. ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he is
,!4 P1 cured at mmi without I'
p11 j r.j mm Buok r>r par { never without them. He Is willing that his name should be used in'
O
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tipuUr* taut
Hardware. wort-n 90R. b.C. wbuLLkI Bit. 1:1'. and Cigars. a testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other personto
..1".... lot North '-.or tCO '
11 Guaranteed Pure. try them. A second old gentleman, in tbe same institution )
Window and Fancy Glass
l YEARS' Sold at reduced eighty-four years of age, has had liver trouble for many years and '

A (ISPECIALTY.? EXPERIENCE : : IfI ,I Import prices finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him very mnch. They also have twe

I tS nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer >

I > Tokfr.omwItaln.: ly. from Indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nerwusness.

VirginiaHomesYou ? John B. Togni They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they

always have a package In their pockets. The matron also states
PTRAOC MARKS Saloon, 12.1 Kant Bay St:.
learn all about Virginia Lands, e DESIGNSCOPYRIGHT JACKSONVILLE, FI.OUIDA. that she is forty-five years of age and at times suffers with indigestion

Its resources, products mode of cul- if ( Ac. aad of bekfctag and finds that the
pain ,
causing paroxysms
.. ,
A. cute we lleS $ eYNrh and tlonin rini and K.I.U.._
tivation, prices, etc., by reading the .. iv i.ort a fnrtaln w t poh<%our lty pet.nmah)4 opinwin fraa) imniiBiil4lMv w fi mbM> an. Tabules are very good indeed and Is perfectly willing to have her
Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. .
t5al.ert.tlrwmadmllW. Iluidbookon P>t nt
for 3 months Bubsrrlptioo to the < tit sootsacs Yr... I.Ide.t cram.tbrumch! for Munn MMmrlnir* (p a.l r.w/v.ntii.h Marriage Paper.ruSi.from. :! .:.. name used in a testimonial.WATCDia '.F

without obi-M. la the Thoaaade of Md.nl.) W Mee weaw.. ae..w ... -- e.et4
f f 'I tiAf lea, ref k.4 aA- .
Farmer Co., Emporla, Va" .''. WMlttir pair.etmdue .--- ... t.'= --r.-:._ ..le.n..er-..i t.irw. ,.r or:=c:
.
C- .
: "
aao.rornma.1.1&.m.nat.lull urwl <
c.. ria; IC Jlniericaiut free to l 1.41.' .. Sample' eopr 20 =.:;-.=.:..4.. Lenmrk.a.e.W M ;:= t N :'::..w-.. i..a.- .
CUBIDwithagst.DUL : ... << SOCIAL ME ie ."I"dlt, Ohl..
uffc OQ a..moodi_ "... ...racI A hendw.moly W..n of .n.ai.ntIeep Iilmer.led weakly.ar.N. 1 T.rn"$3 air.r a -
many thonoand eases muniba,TL dual by all n.wee..l.1a ) --
U iAMPLiropie.ofl'Rii
It' 'I
...11.<1 bopoolI.. tolaysaeleastwo i I i'it .
hulif; all dffe.euC Ne..pttpron Tbe ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing.
?
; thlrl..t11ruptomanmor- &Cod; York :Mec.a.naa. ant upon rmript fir. in* for IH VU. ,
-d T.ethvoni.l..n4TT DAYSr.atmeetfr ISraueb 8U WublMKuo. .Ie..4o Au... Bur..... '4 lt. '..Ir.ac..T......... U
JUt. .. .. Gsaaa'l leas. boa K..alaA..O.



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;. RIVER ADVOCATE MARCH 2, 1900.

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-+ INDIAN RIVER-ADVOCATE. 4- THE RACE PROBLEM. Indian River Real Estate AgeimTITUSVIILE


,AWBCKI.T JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THB DKTBLOrKENT Perhaps there is no question of i'A IJ &4KING
Or THB INDIAN BtVKB, LASS so much magnitude before the people -
WOHT1I AND BIHOAYNB DAY BOTIOKI.: of our country as that of the -,.... POWDER FLA.YOU .

proper adjustment of the Negro to
PUBLISHED EVERY FllIDAT.CBAKLKR the social, political and businesslife ABSOLUTELY PuRE would do well If you have property to sell and want It advertised in rti,
of our advancing civilization.That : paper, free of cost to you, and put In the hands, of live men, to write at once
H. WALTON Editor & Proprietor. this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public W
he is inferior in to Makes the food delicious and wholesome
every way more
dr- Many sales will probably be made this winter by thin Agency. Why
DlBOontlnuance of a
at this office or by writing. nbne but the ignorant and PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10.00,
will under- ---- -- -- ------- --- to
hopelessly] prejudiced ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 $20.1/0/ per acie.
Cbeck,etc.,may be made payable to CHABi.it Beautiful 120( mile river front one mile
take to deny. This inferiority GENEROUS PIONEERS' DAY. tract, acres, one-quarter ; north of lau
H. WALTON,publlnher and proprietor is against him if OFFER. Gallle; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price, $1,000.
- however nothing SOUTHERN EXPRESS Co. Savannah. The following appolntsincnts are an- ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 miles south of '.fltu vllle. Will pay $1,QUO till,
of Agriculture accompanied by no attempt to and 2,000 next. Price, $7,000.)
IT. S. Department nounced for Pioneers' Day which occurson year
Flu.) thrust himself] into such places as February 2Jtd, 1900. Friday, :March!\ Oth, In the middle of HAMMOCK\ LANDS, near Tltusvllle, from $5 to.$25 per acre.
Weather UlIrcl\u-Julltcr, only the most competent are qualified Editor Indian River Advocate': the East Coast Chautauqua at Mel- One hundred and sixty acres, lake\ front, 2f miles west of Titusvlllo, good for
pineapples, vegetables and Price, $:>00.00.
The following is a comparative state- to fill. With a desire to assist the growers of bourne: oranges.
ment of temperature and rainfall for the The question of race supremacy vegetables who have .o recently lost President, lIon. H. S. Williams, Rock-
Week ending Tuesday, Feb 27, lOOt) is' not confined to the South. The their crops by the disastrous freeze, the )ledge; vice-president, lion. M. S. Jones,
Tituavllle Adhemar Brady, Titusvllle; '
1000- -ISM- President of this Company In concur ;
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:BATE.: MAX. MIN. MAX. MFW. North has been invaded by the rence with the railroads very kindly instructs Chas. H. Nauman, Uaulover; Geo. W. Jas. B. :Sours
21 76 112 V(o) R2a3 \ black element, and sooner or ]later that we may carry vegetable need, Holmes. City Point; J. M. Sanders,Cocoa;' ,
: 71 f.8 83 68 our white brethren beyond the or plants; (except potato), without charge C. B. Micruder. Rockledge; W. H. II.
21 01: 47 80 87at line will manifest a considerable] for transportation.This Oleason, Eau Gallle; Jas. Paine, St. :E3a.v: Gri1n: :: PWeed, :JFIIJ.our
A. J.
Lucie R. W. Goode, Melbourne; ,
70 f>3 72 02 does not Include charges on similar ;
2.-: 00 40 72 118 degree of purturbatlon over the matter originating the territory of Lewis, Fort Pierce; n.. A. liar dee, Sebas- GRITS, MEAL AND COTTON SEED MEAL. NEW GARDEN
20 03 4.1: 78 71 question that has long vexed the other Express Companies; except that tian; Tbos. E. Richards, Eden; J. L.
27 71 CO 80 (10( South. Socially, the Negro can this Company will refund Its proportionof Casper, Tropic; W. R. /Sanders, Coiirte- SEED ARRIVING FRESII ALL,THE TIME.
orator of the day, lion. Flank Clark,
such nay;;
earnings on shipments.
Total rainfall for the week: .80 never hope to be on an equality
from normal rainfall for the The above ltt effective at once and expires Jacksonville Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills\ all kinds of Insects; Harmless to man 01
Departure I with the white man ; the sooner he March ) () It Is the desire to make this a general
"week: plus .22 Inchon. Departurefrom expells the idea of social equality on re-union of the pioneers of this section, beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotation,.
normal rainfall since January 1, 10th'I''I'
him. His : with their families and friends and the Lowest cash
minus .31 Inchon.HAL. the better it will be for public generally. Hon. Frank Clark, prices.

P. HARDIIT, Observer. appearance, manners and temperament who will deliver the principal address, is Office: 124 W. Balstreet. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
are all against him. It is PROTECT ORANGE TREES.The one of the best speakers in the state, anda

Latest news to hand states that true that, politically, equality has fine effort may be expected. Short

Ladysmith has been relieved by been accorded him by the Constitution three days great fair center of the of Winter Attraction Park at Agricultural the:. addresses the pioneers and reminiscences, und porno. will choice be givenby and CHAS. N. WELSHANS

General Duller. of the United States', but Society jest closed, wan the Inspiring music will be heard. A /grand ,
that alone is not sufficient He exhibit of the McKarUnd Tents Hundieds concert will be given In the evening,
SCKEI.Y it Is time to crow ; March\ must the requisition of orange growers In Orange and with readings And I personations. At
2nd and freeze. Some possess necessary adjacent counties! lnnxctp| no damaging for leadership, show a capacity and a lal'lZe number of orders were secured lecture In the hall. Bring/ your baskets; CEMENT, BRICK, SHINGLES, COAL TAR, PLASTER
still but think
are apprehensive, we for solving the deep problemsof mainly' for fall delivery. Mr. E. hot coffee will be furnished fiee. Those
their fears It is J. 'had the exhibit In hand.
ore groundless. that exercise Seymour
political economy who prefer can ret dinner at the hotelsat Agent for Cabot's Creosote Shingle; Stains.
hardly reasonable to suppose that the minds of our statesmen, and Mr. John M.' Plrlp, a wealthy winterresident reasonable prices. Look out for posters -

At this ]late day we shall experience disclose] at least a certain degreeof placed an of Pit older mouth.with Fl.i.the, has McFarland recently giving schedule and rates. nr- Write for Samples and Pi'Ices.

another blizzard "Cockadoodledoo. moral turpitude before he can Fruit Protection Company for tents to

." hope to be advanced to places of cover his fine /grove. Mr. Pirie has, like AN APPEAL TO BRITISHERS. Old 'Phone 8. jo 218 E Bay Street,
many other growers: ; become tired of the
public trust. Saturday evening, Feb. 24th, witnessedan
uncertainty and expense of filing his JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
SELF-ESTEEM limited quantities Coolly and deliberately] we aver grove, and Is convinced that the tent unusual gathering In .Jacksonville
is, perhaps, more to 'be admired'; A meeting British and other residents ._ .
that in respect to the above propo. system is piactlcaland economical. --- ----- ------- ---------- ---- --- ------ ------ -
than detested, but when a man imagines sitions, he has been "weighed in of Florida convened In the abovenamedcity

he is the only] 'gator In the the balance and found wanting." LENT HAS SET IN. subscription' at 8 p. m. for for the the purpose widows! of and raising orphans |- MeMurray & Baker

Everglades] and insists that others the white rtmn'has far outclassedhim ] of the bmve soldiers who have .
shall think likewise, we feel thatit and will continue to do so The Lent season commencing on Wednesday given their lives for the cause and justice < ,
ia I the 28th: Instant, which was Ash and humanity In South:! Africa. The
time demurrer.
high to file. a until 'the end of time. As a business Wednesday. The following is the cal- meeting was wellat.tenrt..tI. nnd everyone 410, 412, 414, 410,418; Main St Jacksonville, Fin.headquarters .
lie is the all-wise, and when he dies, factor he Is totally incapable] lendarfor Lent! present contributed handsomely to the

wisdom will die with him. The as a'rule, when relying upon February 2 -Ash Wednesday. cause that certainly must reach the for---'-
above is affectionately dedicated his own responsibility. Improvi- March 4-First Sundayin Lent. heart of every Britisher, and all others
to of the"Bahama" Ember Week. who are Interested In the maintenance Material Vehicles
an ex-correspondent dent he looks than Wagon Harness Bicycles
never more one
; Munich 11-Second Sunday In Lent of right And the suppression of wrong./ .
ADVOCATE. day ahead, and if the temporal March 18-Third Sunday In Lent. These brave soldiers have been forcedto ,

necessities of life are sufficient for March 25-Fouith Sunday In Lent fight; and surrender their lives for the and Sundries."KELLY" .

THE: Porto Rican Tariff Bill) has needs, he does not bother himself ,, (mid-Lent), Annunciation B..V. M. obvious reason that the Boers Invaded .
April 1-ftth Sunday (passion) In Lent. their territory, maltreated their citizens,
been warmly debated in the House, about to-morrow. Of course, there April 8-Sunday (Palm) before Easter. uod compelled them to go to war or SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on you wheelsat

but, so( far, without definite result, are exceptions to the rule, but, Confirmation. ingloriously; yield to their injustice and short notice.
The Republicans are badly split as taken as a class, the above is a fair April 0-MoncUy before Faster. tyranny. The )latter proposition, of
April 0-Tuesday before Easter. could not be thought of even for
to the wisdom of the measure, and estimate of the colored race. cc-uine,
April II-Wednesday before Easter. and became the alternative -
a moment, war only
from present indications it will Education has not improved them April 12-Maundy Thuisday. with the result that many HAMMOND PACKING
hardly carry in its present shape.A much ; in fact, according to Gov. April 13-Good Friday. homes throughout treat Britain and her .
compromise bill will more than ernor Chandler, of Georgia, the Apill 1 i-Easter Even\ colonies are stricken with grief, and Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.)
be April in-Easter Sunday wires and children have been\ left deso- OUR SPECIALTIES
likely presented for acceptance, educated class of Negroes in that :
April 10-Monday in Easter. late. No meeting was ever gotten; together -
and if not too strong in its provisions state constitute largely the criminal April 17-Tuesday In Easter. for a more noble purpose than "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
will be acceded to by the element of the state. Another April 2i-Low Sunday. the one above referred to.
disaffected members. portentious fact we would pointout Cut out the above, and save it for reference All contributions should bo forwardedto "Coin Special" canned meats.

is their marvelous numerical -when needed. any of the following committeemen: "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .
F. W. Howard, W. D. White, Wm. ill I.
DESPITE the cool] weather that I increase. At the present ratio of SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, Paints. Oils, Angas./ AH of the committeemen are leaf lard. ,

previled for the past few weeks, increase they will, in B few years Glass, lowest priced and quick shipments residents of Jacksonville. Homemade pure lard.

state politics have kept warm and outnumber the whites, and by the UKO. II. FKK.VALD, Sanford, "Peerless" compound lard
Beautiful "Winter Home sausages
Florida.Do A
end of the 20th century will exceed
crisp. Hungry office-seekers are
I and all Packing House Pl'oducts. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
already rehearsing, preparatory to the entire white population in the For sale very cheap, on east side of
sell
want to
propertyon
buy or
Riving public exhibitions of smiles, United States five to one. Poster- Indian you River ? If you do, write the Robe Sound:! Indian River; oppositestore
hand-shakings, genutlections and ity will have a great problem'to Indian River Real Estate Agency, Titus- postotlice and express office; about
SANIT
other symptoms of high regard for solve- for the race question, like ville, Fla. See page; 4. 15 front acres; seven, 3\)6!> Brooms ft. river, bath and Atlantic and screened ocean WILLIAM! CLARKE 'LUMBER. ,

their fellow.meri. "Jim" and "Uanq uo's Ghost," wilPnot down, -- verandah. Ground Irrigated by windmilland -....

"John," "Bob" and "Tom" will but will grow more serious as the CHARTER OAK ALMANACS Calen- large tank. Good wharf and ware-
again be taken into custody by years go by. dare and circulars, and prices sent free house; also 4-room bathhouse on ocean Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing' Sheet

those who seem to love them best. As we are not prophets we shall Sanford to all who, Flu.write to OEO.- II. FERNALD, and beach ornamental, imlle from plants.residence.Apply Coooanuts for illus- Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs, Water Closets .

not predict what the culmination] trated booklet, price etc., to and Wash Stands. Copper vessels of all kinds nod

will be, for time alone can reveal it. CIIAS. R. SKRJEANTSON,
THE question as to where the Please write us whenever you fall to descriptions ro-tlnned.
We call attention to 321 Jackson Building,
can merely receive the ADVOCATE:
Democratic national convention
Nashville, Tenn.
should] meet has at ]last been decided the coming events which cast their
in shadows before, and leave others to 37 Forsyth St., Jacksonville Florida.
favor of Kansas City, Mo. ,
:Milwaukee made a hard fight to draw their own inferences. Warning to the Public. .

get the convention, but was knockedout
in the second round by the EAST COAST IMPROVEMENTS. I
THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.Wood
above-named city. Mr. Bryan ex- You are paying too much money for good watches. .
presses entire satisfaction with the Mr.\ II. M.\ Flagler, always alert

selection made, and if the chief I is and energetic when the interests of 17 Jewelled Adjusted Waltham Elginor
Special
happy the braves should be quiet, the East Coast are involved, has Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime Cement
and keep their tomahawks in their movement that will ,
inaugurated! a and
$11.87.
1IA.1 PDEN Movements, O.OS I"
belts. greatly enhance the attractivenessof
Best grade gold filled cases\ $. .08. Write for Illustrated catalogue.2in ,
our beautiful coast line, viz : Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick
....
GKXEKAI. CUONJE!:, after useless. the transplanting of trees, 1'TG-- ,
orange 3Eii:. ARIvJ: TF: <> .
ly sacrificing many lives was forced in bearing, at the principal stations
.' to surrender to Lord Roberts on along the F. E. C. Ky. These trees : West Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla. 'I Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 202.:!

Feb. 27th. It was apparent to all will be covered with tents manufactured -, -- J. K.3IUNNERLTN, General
Manager
the reading world that Cronje's by the McFarland] Fruit GIBBENS
position for the few T. D. --- --. ----
past days was Protection Co., of Titusville, and ---- --------------- -----------------

an absolutely] hopeless one, so far will then be preserved from all ,

as escape wes concerned. Now, freezes that may come upon us ...0. L. KEENE.

that he and 1,000 of his adherents in the future. For the past five HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR, GRITS, MEAL, BRAN, COTTON SEEDMeal

have surrendered, it can safely be years tourists have had to be con- Dress Goods
said that the Imek-bono of the etc. Trimmings Millinery Notions
tent with looking at the trees mere- Middlings, etc ,
Boer contingent has been broken.
ly ; but now they will be permittedto
From this on the British will Laces, Gloves, Umbrellas, Art Goods Hosiery, Corsets.
re..polle gaze upon the festive fruit as Depository for Cumberland Mills Flour Grits and Meal.
victory .after another until the well. Work has already begun at ,

Transvaal) will have been thorough. Titusville, and soon we shall havea I Prompt attention paid to all orders.This .
]ly subjected. Agent for the Celebrated CANOPY patent dour
opposite
genuine
-. ,-- orange grove Is one of the oldest and most reliable houses in Jacksonville.\ All the latest;
-- Dealers
the depot, with golden fruit clingIng k Get my Price List. To only.

WK!: were the recipients of a pleasant ] to the branches of the trees, Patterns and /btyle.

call from Senator McLin( of just as we were accustomed to see =: 1. 3D. GISSEJ: 101 West Day Street, corner of Laura, JACKSONVILLE, FI.INDIAN ..\.
Lake County, on the '05.: We
Monday. The previous to year are Office and Warehouses near the Viaduct
Senator is in the for with this .
race Commis- heartily in sympathy --- -
FLORIDA.
sioner of Agriculture, ,and will, movement, and predict that it will JACKSONVILLE, -
'
_. XIJFV/CLED.
doubtless, make a strong run. Mr. greatly augment the tourist travel -- -- --- - -----. --- i4 WATCHES CLOCKS

McLin: is a polished gentleman, a along the East Coast line next I ESTABLISHED 1875. ,

conscientious citizen and a of
man season. *fc
unquestioned intellectual ability. i \l\/tt.l.: ._ ::SO-c.rES E : I f f:, CO. r Jewelry Diamonds

. lie is very sanguine of success, and I No, sir, you are mistaken. Because .tree ,

states that he has met with much every man's hand is turned __GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS. Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Presents,
encouragement in his canvass for against is no evidence that all ,
you ... IQ( ..-_: r? Waltham Watches, etc.
the above-named olllce. We do I others are wrong and you are right; 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. _

not doubt that he will if elected, but that you have violated some We handle only the bent and moat reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay 1L& FHE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING
fill
the position to the satisfactionof well known principle of honor that Corn, Oa a, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grit, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright anddark
every one. Our best wishes attend has called forth the just indigna.tion at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Ak'en Fertlllier Co.S&&l' A SPECIALTY.

him, and our votes follow of your neighbors. Had you Brand Fcrtlllin*-OuannUmd 4nalyels.l Orange; tree and Tefretabl_r.rtl1lMlr f.rt1Ib'en Pan haYS Ground no Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one'way. R. J. RILES,
Bone Nitrate Soda. Marlata Potacli Sulpbac rntanh Melon .to. Tb
later. ever thought of that? superior In the mark,and a trial wtd convince Send for Catalogue free. 225 W. Bay St., jACKsomnLue, Fi-



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I I1

INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 2, 1900. 6



ESTABLISHED 1 1882. Georgiana.Miss COIt1tEaIMNiF.rE: INVITKU. STENCILS 'VRNISiI Ito..
.
.
FERTILIZERS.Use

Ida. Dodnon our school teacher McCOMB & CO.

went to Tltusvillc Saturday on a visitto
S"U1VIA.TEJR.:: .5B
her parents. Misses Lucille AVethey ,
and Cora Munson accompanied her. our Pineapple Brand if'you want to meet
'I
Friday evening teacher and pupils /gave with OOP sw.li-ie"tO3Q.: ; ; : St. INTo'wr TiToxrlJC..
an ice cream festival! at the school house. success.

: There were about fifty present. After
; .Make of.
SUMNR3iy':1x' dollars paying expenses left. they had nearly eleven a Specialty ..


Mr. White, of sewing machine fame GUARANTEED ANALYSIS:

and his lovely and accomplished daughter Ammonia. ................ .. ...............,.... .. .. ........ ..,... .............. 4 to 5 |>er rentArallajl :
arrived Monday on steamer /Sebastian : Phosphoric Acid. ............................ .... ...... ... ............. 6 to 7 per cent I XXHEANSX
for a short visit with 'thelr friends Potash. Ka 0....................... .. ...... ..f.......... ..' ....... ,...... ............ 6 to 0 percent.

Dr. and Mrs. Wittfold, at Fairyland. Price $30.00 PER TON F. O. B. JACKSONVILLE,

Capt. Klngman and wife and niece

Miss Hunter and Mrs. Chambers went I Favor us with a part of your shipments,
In the Captain's handsome launch across
the river Monday afternoon to "
and made pleasant calls at Mr. and Coquina Mrs." Largest dealers in fertilizing material in We won't ask you to continue If others beat us.

Averll's and Mr. and Mrs. Bower's.Misses .
-
: : :: :E ::Fit. Eva and Nellie Owens Here also

calling on Miss Harriet Bower the same' the State.


THAT'S ALL.Tibbals. afternoon.Brady Bower and son, Ilervey of Coquina -. Photo Supply Co...

returned home last Sunday a ,
week ago from Ormond where they had
All Correspondence olioorfullv answered.,
"
been that doing carpenter work on the hotelat ....I.gtILt'P'4 :HI2iif4lniii.il Tvo':: place. Ilervey has bought Mr.
Averil's tine sail boat, the Monona andas
her gallant captain is a /good sailor\ nr Write for Special Pamphlet. /\T\ X T/H The only ho USD In Florida devoting Its tune to the

Geo. Ratlibiin, a former resident of several young/ ladies are already planning KlllJAKSCOOPER: AMATEUR.
this plivce and a very noted author and' for some pleasure trips on board the a
publisher of New York after spending Monooa.\ I LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE'CO. I OUR Sl'EGIAI.TY-ovelollng and Printing..

several days In this place. left last Friday ,
Mrs. Dr. Norton last week
came down
Give tilal. No trouble to
for D.iytona where he Is spending us a answer questions.
from the Sanitarium at I to "'
1\lel'l'ltt. see
the winter with his family. Mrs. J. W. Bruner who Is no better. She :: c1oxw1Uo: F ori.d.a: 61 King Street ST. AUGUSTINE! FLA.T .

Geo. F. Langenb.icher of New York In unconscious part of the time: and. _
-- -- -- -- -
city who owns a very tine pineapple Tuesday morning her mind is wandering/
plantation at thin place, and Is. also general for the first time since her Illness. The '
manager of the Tlbbila estate, after cause of her sickness no longer exists II
spending several days culling on friend* and a change/ for the better was anxiously & CO'S. SHOW

and cruising ou tho river, left for New looked fur Monday, but up to Tuesday QOODIg l It!.
York lust Friday. noon theme Is no change for the bet Atfeuc : ;
ter. She is low. tllolie '
Rev. Sawyer 18 planting out very ;\ !
a numberof eve
citrus fruit trees, and also many ornamental Capt. Angel who lives north of Ilortl denta.Ii'r "" --- -Will Exhibit at.---
trees and plants which adds was taken seriously sick at his home, all
much to the appearance of his property.We alone. lie managed to get to Maynor / : ,
are always glad to, see Improvementsgo Olmstesd's place where he received at. the Day I U'S ILLE:. 1.VI.A.. 3rd.
on and hope they will contlnu all tention until morning, when Mr. Tuttle recei
along our river front. brought him over to see Dr. Chambers, -
who found him suffering with congestion -
Bishop Gray and Archdeacon Brown of the lungs. The doctor gave him Levi)
held services in St. Paul's Episcopal medicine and, Mr. Wethey and family '

church, last Friday to a large and appreciative kindly cared for him, and In a week lie Mr. ; : mea.
congregation. This in. the was able to return home again. points Sat
Bishop's first visit for several months. .
The Bishop and Archdeacon were enter- Dr.
tained by Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Harris DEALERS will please note that Florida ) \ : l at

while here. Haul ware Co., Jacksonville are selling week. I m.

Miss Ella Brown of Anderoonvllle S. kerosene oil heaters at cost.Rockledge.. Mr.

C., who i U leaching the public school of Starr da-

the second disti let, spent Saturday and guests ; ,. Ills
Sunday the guest of Mrs. J T. Waters. "

Miss Brown l is a highly accomplished two at :
young lady and has many warm friends; _
she has proven herself to be a very able G.V?. Shelley of J.inesvlllo Wis., ;
Instructor. nirived here Wednesday and will spenda Mrs. '

On Wednesday evening, o! last week a Mrs.month G. S.with Hhardee.his wife's parents, Mr. and ta, who ru- Read what the Tampa Tribune says of this show:

Dutch baby party was given by Mr. ami! t'ThlllllhfW came to Tampa sixty days ago "n Mrs. Harry Jennings at their Mrs. McDonald and sister, Mrs. Till- The
elegant
; been Since that time tho managers have boon pal tiling/ up their rnilroad. ears, wagons
home In honor of their guests, Miss man, of St. Augustine who have been
AliceSaylor Allentown I'a., and Miss visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Magruder Mills' : etc and reniganlzlng for! the season of 1IHX) A largo amount of. money has boon

Clara }!Fassett of Buffalo, N. Y. The have returned home. Bertha \ expended In making tho many Improvements

costumes worn by those who had the Mr. and Mrs. Avert left Tuesday'! for Urown X. "Tbuy gavo their II rat exhibition last night. Their mammoth tents were crowd

pleasure of being:present were very appropriate their horns In Madison Wla. They return Miss \ / Mrs.\ ed by a delighted and. appreciative audience. The show hints added many now at-
and handsome; some of them home unusually early this year in Is a ; ; with tractions for ( ) and for them wherever
were quite large babies and It won. wo predict grand success they visit.
was amusing
order to get ready to leave In April for sister
to see those of matured years trying Europe, where they will take in the Paris is We failed to learn the mime of the many purfoiiners but will say they are. all first
-
to Imitate the babe with their tops and Exposition.Frank remain \ of -class.! Tho clowns' wore .rtp-to-dato. '

toys and games such as ringaroundtheroses and Our left "The general verdict of all the critics and amusement admirers expressed this an1
and other baby games; and theklnR's Williams Mrs. J. S. Dawson
pie which contained various 'articles who have spent several weeks here as March ; the being the bust show that Tampa lusts seen for many years.' Tho chow will give

both useful and ornamental afforded the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Buese Don't ; / two performances to-day opposite the F. U. A 1'., depot nud will exhibit Friday

the guests much sport; and at the appropriate left Wednesday for Palm Beach. They and Saturday' In Ybor City, and then throughout the State."
time an elegant lunch was served will extend: their trip as far south as lasts /
----
before to their Pennsylvania ,3:2.50: --------- --- -. - -. .-- -- -- --
and as In the past all spent an exceptionally Nassau returning / held'
pleasant evening. home. E. W. '
Fort Pierce. Stuart.
Mrs. J. T). Van Deman and Miss\ Van The .
FOR BEST RESULTS, use only nitro- Deman of Delaware Ohio., entertained gave a
powder shells. If your dealer does not at cards one evening ,last week and Introduced ton, ,, I at The Masons held a mooting Friday In John Danforth in finishing the Inside
carry them regularly in stockjhave him something rather novel In the Misses / was their hall. of our M. E. church.
order you a sample lot of the Florida way of refreshments. They secured the Motile '
Hardware Co., Jacksonville. end of the cabbage palmetto and mlu1eealad Goode Dr. C. P. Plaits paid Tltimvlllo visit, Mrs. Kruger has .returned from an extended
with olives and tie .' last Tuesday. visit to Fort Pierce.Tha .
of It, serving:; V. I
Bovine. wafers. :None of the guests had ever ell and }Jr. Klopp i Is getting along nicely with young people enjoyed the secoud
tasted'! the palmetto bud, and pronouncedIt the new Methodist church. dance of the season cm Tuesday evening.Mrs. .
perfectly delicious, when served with Jean
dining will' Heavy colds are the order of the day Ruth Wright/ of Oak Hill \I.
A. J. Simmons low withno mayonnaise dressing.
Is
lying very aseat.'n few weeks with father
with / IUII'e. quite a number lining stole.BUhop spending n her ,
hopes for his .
recovery.J. The season socially In Rockledge Is five /: Mr. Robert McPherson.
held, Episcopal services
II. Henderson unusually gay. Last Thursday nightMr. Gray
killed
a bog Monday with
that dressed over 800 pounds. Proskey gave another of those en. here, lust Sunday evening to a large con Mr. Clemson and Mr. and Mrs. lira-!
joyable hops at his hotel which was well /iregallou. brook, of Taunton Mass., are our latest
The freeze did but little Ing In arrivals. They are greatly plonsod withour
very damage attended. Although the affair was cards. Messrs. J. T. Lane and E. Milton, wentto
'
in Bovine.. Corn is growing nicely; rather Informal: a great many of the ladle others the hospital at lit Augustine last beautiful St. Lucia anti our I pqople.

neither were watermelons hurt. were In full evening/ dross, and some ed the feel week with time "rl"po. Mr. II. liars this last season sold, 1 over
N. D. handsome gowns were noticed four linndiud unites of limes receiving
Locke Will Stewart and Warren very the flo! : love held services In the
Parson
Klng.have gone to Orange county. Messrs among tho guests those of Miss Wooley freMh Ilap- from two to five dollars aC1rRtefor them.
Stewart ank King will bring their families of Selma Ala., and Miss Bond of Jackson ; at list church, last :Huml.iy morning and Mr. liars U alsoctie of our most successful .
back with them. Tenn., being especially worthy of : evening to large congregations. pineapple growers..

mention. The' The pineapples seem 'to have rome I Mr. and Mr Adams of Nebraska
*
Next ,
Monday March 5th, there will\ last ,
the last cold all safe andf
re- through snap ,
be spent several days on the St. Liiclo river.
a big cow hunt. All the stockmen of cess.
have hu further disinters there will
f
wo
Bovine will go south us far a Nelxtstlan'! Mims. tills This Is the fourteenth winter they havo
and expect to be gone five days.In / two be a large crop suanori. spent cruising along the East Coast ant
tnok for say It lias .been lie most rainy and unpleasant -
two weeks more the Bovine school the / To 'J'he Iaf.. seimon of the whole fourteen
will be out, and the pupils and patrons Chas. Ballou left, Wednesday, for tumes years. Mr. anti Mm. Plerson and two

are sorry to see the time expire for Miss Boone Iowa. Powell ; I A rich lady, cured of her deafness. antI aged people,, also of Nebraska ]>uve
McMillan has made splendid teacher. oHM Maynie Gray was out visiting relatives Miss ; at noises In tho liuad by Dr. Nicholson' spent a few slays In their houiie-boat,

John II. Simmons and wife and Miss Sunday. hams, | Artificial Ear Drums !gave: 910,000) to Ms moored, at McJ>herllJn'8 dock. These
I Institute s<. that dent people unable to two families find this anti
Inexpensive
n pleasant
Laura Keene, of Lanier are over visiting No harm done to any orange trees In baby: \ ; /(
tho Ear!; Drums miy: have them to the of Nobrnskn ,
relatives and friends. It has been six cold Miss ; to procure way escape rigor -
the recent wave.
years since Simmons/ was in llovlne. gypsy; 'ree. Address No. liit: The Institute, winters. and enjoy the beauties
Geo. B. Cooper of Oak Hill, spent ler, : 780 Eighth Avenue, New York, N. Y, of our Kant Coast climate.Mrs. .
with Phil Roberts. A.
SAVE Tuesday son, an : of whom mention'
MONEY and buy Building material In Please mention the ADVOOATK when Flint warn
of GEO. II. FKBXALD! Sanford Fla. Mrs. B. Alnsel, of Augusta Ga., i Is visIting Powell. writing ativertisers.'rltuisVllie. made last week" an champion among our
I friends In Minis for a few weeks." win, -- ---- ---- women with liook and line has won new
took laurels.: Among other hauls she drew
Banyan. Mrs. E. M. Brackett left, Wednesday, your I.Hiimlry. out a drum huh that, weighed :U; pound
for a few weeks stay at St. Augustine.Miss the
The
sportsmen /gracefully yield to her
Sam Osteen was selling beef down this Venetia Mlmn spent part of last town, Mrs. Goo. Cook, of Tltusvlllo III now the palm, both In number and size of
Strahan. bered prepared to dr laundry work of every llsh. Mr. mind
way week as the guest of Mrs. F. A. Mrs. Flint have left for
Saturday.Mr. were leseriptlon. All work jnJaranterd. Kockli'dge, D.iytona nnd other points In
Poynton of Kentucky Is here Messrs Sackett Barnett and party are selves : of Leave your washing n>t U. F. .)imren'. the northern part of tho state. Mr.
expected back from Rockledge and Palm ing's corner .toroprxmlte AtivoOATK ufllce.A '
trying to unload mall contracyt. Flint Is a leading buslnesn'man, In Clilc-
Beach, Saturday.C. In ------- Falls Mu..... He
Bishop Gray will\ preach at the school rupee hope to spond
house here at 7 p. m. March 8th. C. Kernodlo, of Atlanta Ga., Is Iteiititlfiil and ValunMo Home' many winters on the East Coast.
spending/ the week as the guest of W. W. -
The Bulls are getting: .the Boers to Ballard at East Minis. The I I for: Halo lit I' lltirgaln, SASh IJ. DOORS AND IILIMJM.: Florida
rights at last, and the end Is probably and Hardware Co. Jacksonville.
nut far off.Beana Pbllip Roberts purchased a five acre one ; ) At MIcco on Indian river Fin., con ,
lot c.f hammock land from M. S. Jones her Ii,. sisting.of: 101 acres, a well built, two.
are $.1 per box In Yew York ,last week which he-contemplates plantIng all run : ., story house, 7 rooms; a two-story store Roseland. .
but our crop was gathered on the 18th next summer. Hilldlng, 14x32fC.: handsome front lawn,
,nd 19th. We thought we had saved a Miss Gertrude Mims of Bonaventure ney too h.ided: \by palm trees; a :aw foot dock; -

lot by covering:, but the gales from the one of Mi ma' former popular yoimg: ladles pimples 2.0: budded orange tangerine and grapefruit Mr. J.. C. Moore went to Melbourne
west finished the Job. Oh yes, we are tree 15() tree to bud- last
was a guest at the Ballou residence, ; sour ready Sunday, In his launch, Erclldoune.
contented Is fellow that Is to be
; so the is the rAN, stock artesian well
until !l'ueaday. young nursery ; ;:
hanged-he has to be. from Friday ulate /. ,20O feet galvanized pipe distributedover Messrs. Bissell Davids and Fodd of
New Rochelle N. Y., are at Trilby Cottage -
purify[ &; place; I acre wood shed for pineapples I
for the
A Powder Mill Explosion Volcanic Kruptlon, bright ; a few hundred Porto Rico pine. :, season.

Removes everything In sight so do Are grand but skin eruptions rob life ;on>i> \ apple ,.Ilnta! ; railroad station on west The new lighter for the ferry ha.
droatlc mineral ; of Joy. Bncklen's Arnica Salve cures log, line of thin place; tramway running to arrived. Lighter built like this one
both
bat mighty
pills, are valid. river front on the east. This place to be should be filled! with team
lan erou.. Don't dynamite the delicate them; also old, running and fever sores, pumps aa
Men's appreciated must be seen. The this one sunk within 21 hours after being
machinery of your body with calomel! ulcers boils, felons corns, wart., cats very -
handsomest the river. The bailed
place on out.
scalds chapped bands
and I. of the best hammock.
Vew Life Pills, which are as gentle aa a chilblain Best Pile cure on earth, hAVE Orange
summer breeze, do the work perfectly.ures drives out pains and ache Only: Ctaa of A trees nearly all In bearing now. PLUMBING STEAM AND GAS FIT?
headache constipation. Only 25o box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by B. R. Plows '. I Apply to D. L. GAUMUJT, Atty., ting. Tin roof and metal work. I,

't B. R. Wilson Son's drug tore. WiUon Son, druggists. state :: Titusvllle, Fla. Gco. If. FKBXA.LW Sanford, na. ,

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE MARCH 2, IflOO.i .

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i A S H gives color, FEATHER BEDS AGAIN.
Florida East Coast
POT Great Cb....... In the Theory sad 0 Ry.

flavor and firmness to Practice of Ilvilinaklntr.
"The science and practice of bed. r TIME TABLE NO. !S4. IN EFFECT FEB. 1, 1900.SOUTH .

all fruits. No good fruit change making In have the undergone past few years.a radical In 11t ,anQOd4f'Q BOUND (Bead Down. (Read Up) NORTH BOUND -

newly done over and decorated houses : No.HO No.::!!! tfo.t*No.2B wtl! NO.14 028 NO.ll ) j)'

can be raised without nothing could be more Impressive U. lion.SCT) Daily Dally Daily Davy. STATIONS Daily Daily Daily Dally INO.1)6 ex Lady bu

more luxurious nnd more radical In -2 /5 TaiP 82CVlUISp item i T& TBoa Lv..J'kville..Ar Trip 100" 1Tup z 11Ta
their from the hitherto accepted 8 41ttf a2Ui> Y)26v lOUp< 46a 8 Aret.A'K'UneliV Slop 611Up IIUlIp 6 t oaW: 40e U ijp
Potash. departure ............ ...... ..... lOSp lOOuallINa 866& .,vll.A.w.UOeAr 6U6p t 02bp 866p 8460....., ........
laws of hygiene than the new ............ ...... ...". .$wtings.v.. 681101012p ...... ...... .. ...
beds." So says the New York Sun. ... ......... ... ... 118p 114I OSSaArBl. PalatVa 616 66p .1\\ 16 6 USa.::::.o.; ...::

Fertilizers containing at least which adds a few details as follows: ........... ."... 1I1OpW06alI106aAr..Palatlta..Lv s sop 4 4.6p. WI' ..... ........
,....... ...: .,;,. i i 11 I6a Illoo.Lv..Palat.ka..Ar Blue B
.. .
..
: ::::: : ;
: : :: :: ::
The'model just now In the houses ............ ..:'.... .'.'.'.'.":. ..Ti P rrnv Arkian MateoLvi8 ..".. ...... idup ...... ......'
8 to 10% of Potash will give where antique mahogany sweeps ... ..... ... ...... a is* 811>. n MateoAr 71 .. ... .
everything before It Is the Georgianbed. ::::7. TZ4 14IJa -Bffia LTE.PalatkaAr. "llp 7p1 'IIl1: > 6-6p Y
:..;., iiitifp! seep loeai04ea ..Ormood.ljV 848p Ullp 701p 4w .... 2)3 2-:
best results on all fruits. Write Three could sleep with an & ...... UtWpU06a Iltlp 1tielOtia"( ..Da1A>na. 886p 'dtip Bblp 484a : ;
abundance of stretching room. In the ) to .. ..... )2Cp841p III .Or.nlre. 6'26p:! 'III: !t
01 !! ..;;.: 16rpP/a .L'I.lt4m. rDa" Beep 4U2EST. {086..T. U'l1II
for which oughtto area Inclosed by the four massive ...... 211p ..Oak Hill. 14Ip! ...... .. .... /
our pamphlets, carved posts of one of these big "":'I ...... L0.t8a\ 'J28p827p 26up1416p Tltuavll 1. IIlOp 80tl88710 8300 ; Dr 8:
its 1ft ..?.. .. ...... 81 p City Point ...... ..... .?.. II I!
couches and three mattresses are required ,i: ........? ... 1i00p l6p! 1018p\ ..00<.'0.. 1Bk'bp 111I8p ...... ...... i 1"
be m every farmer's library. to bring 'the sleeping platform P 'II: I ........:. ...... IljIjp 10iq Rookledl Qi" 122p .. ... .?.. [ ...
!) ...... ... .. 41UpBWp IWp Eau Oalfle 12'Up :.....
One Is of
the nl.
up to required height. ...... .... 6 Up 42Bp lllp Melbourne 1211t1p 487p ..?.. }(8G't
They are sent free. hair one of cotton and In winter on a 1 : 8 ..... ..... ... ...... .Rowland. U6IIa ...... ......
.K : ..... ...... ...... IIlJIjp..... .". .lIeb..tlan. 1162a 1> ...... ...... tl
top of these reposes a mighty tick t y la's "'II! i..... ..... 667p 1> .. .... .lIt. Laoie. U 00.. fp 1[.
stuffed full of the best white goose I ...... 887aS45a 'j'obpeofip 607p 810p ,F Pleroe. lIIl 806p1242a
GERMAN KALI WORKS, i. .... .. .. ....aaop84Mp....... ..T1bbala.: 1080& ..... .. ...
feathers. When these requirementsare la ..... .. ...... Oll'p. .. ...Eden. 102fla .2241p.. ........ ...... ,. :siB'
(3 Naiuu St., New York. fulfilled the full fledged Georgian l 'g; d ...... .Y''.. .. .... .611\1p ..?.. ...Jensen., 10 ilia ...... ...... i '
bed Is dressed with attention to Tri-Wcokly Sailings i. ..... .... .. .. ...... .. .. ...Htuart.. 10U.. ...... ...... it
.
great a .8.
..... ..... ... 717p ...... -.B.lound.: it .
detail and elegance. Old brocade edged 5 ..; ;.... ............... TBOp ... W.Jupiter 41a... .. 1 as.
Free and with bullion fringe Is used for the I;&1,1t1 "" ..... ...... ...... .. .... W.P.B'eh"608p 8t a .( "' It. '
Masons. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ..g'.lif' g- ...... I14Ja 824p ArP.B'chlnn .,., \ 1040p a ::Il3i
Accepted hangings and counterpane that sweep = l ... 910p 82Hp II 13p LvR.. P'ciana" 8 4La 1111 1.).46p p
of of the ;00 :. ..... AfiSa 1120". 81111p 621W W.B'ohAr 820. 9t6a124uw1020P. II
and the
..., the floor coat arms Calling at Charleston, both ways) d -; ..... .B six. ...... 0U4p........ .Boynton.Lv 76ua ...." .. 811Mp i rf
owner Is carved on the headboard of .!J ... ... 8 :Yet: ?.. .. 9 Hp ..... ...Dtilray.. 7 '"a ...... ...... 9 sup B
+ the JJ1; : ... .. 0IlH..J001p.) ... .F. L'daiu. 6ia./! ... ... 910p
the couch.
milan ; No. 00Titnsville The Finest Steamships in Coastwise ServiceThe ;H...N :.fI.L.. ... 7B7 ... ... IU4up. .. .? "Lem. City 617x.. ........ ... 8117p 9'
II II I7 I/
It Is not everybody who can lay .,. 4r.!.. 111fln lUll"" 7 TOp Ar Minml. Sills! SiOn11ODa IIHIITJi

., ..,. .. ....... .
River tinnds on a genuine carved Georgian bed .a..o 111.1. stop at .lilt" w. lUll" us UV' "v"'u.betW"een

or dress It In antique brocade but even Clyde New England and Southern Lines. New Smyrna: and Orange
Lodge l Florida. with the modern brass and Iron bed Direct Service Between City: Junction. Between Titnnvlll and Sanford.
}Iol ouch curtains about the head and big: feather o 8 Ni o.l I bTATlOXa. No.j No.T No.1I STATIONS.
day of month, ft" the luili.iii Illvor hotel all Points I | : No U
riniHvllln.iat 7IH: o'clock 'I', m. stuffed( mattresses for winter use Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and Eastern 4 Up 11 JuullHp Lv. .New bn yrn... .Ar l12'ip' .TSop i uua Ly........... Tl'iiMvilla ...........ArMima. 'T1p;
A. A. Stewart WorHlilpful Master.II. are no longer a mere fashion but area 4 Slip I ..Lake Hvleu..Lv.. 242p: eoup 71Ua ........... ..............LvOHteon. 112p126p1
It. WilHon Sonlor' wanton. (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) SUTp ..Orange City.. 282r I 681p 112*. ....... .... ............ .. 11670612p
J. R. Walker,Junior Warden general; custom. For unit a century lateIArOransoO'yJct: 2271 SWip/ 860a ..... ...Enterprlne. ......... .' 11 W.
J. 1.. CnrrutliurH, Honlor Ixmuim.If the feather bed hall been looked SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS I 9 Win Ar :.....:...anford"' ... M nunAll
A. G.aleyJunior Unnuun. upon Southbound....;.. .......... ...... ... ....... .. ....,.... ..... .... .from T.ewln Wharf, HORton All trains betwuun Junction New binyrnn" and Orange "''''
J.M.IHxon, 'Jr'aau rer. very coldly by experts In hygiene but Northbound! .......... .. .. .... ........ .... .... .. . .. from foot of: slogan, Street Jack onvilloClyde's City daily. trains between Titusville and Sanford
F. A. Morgan Sooretary. daily except !Sunday:
recently, both with regard to the hnngngs -
A. .'roMch..., Between JuokVllleand Pablo Beach
10'. S. Chuiruo, 'frler.I and the feather mattress a change St. Johns River Line. These. Time TableH show the tunes at which
C. II. Walton ( < :No 15IITATlON8.: No..10 t rninn and boats maybe expected: : to arrive and
of heart has come und delicate, nervous 'depart from the several stations and ports,
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFO11D. I 6UUa/Lf.SflUa ..... .1:10.: J..d( onvlllo.. .. Ar BO but their arrival or departure at the timeiBtated
neuralgic and
rheumatic women
Ar.. .. ......Pablo Heu.h..Lv 615P is not guaranteed, nor does the Com
particularly elderly persons nnd those Jacksonville,Palatku, uunfonl.Enterprise Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. All train between '"'0. Jacksonville and Pablo pauy hokl-itnolf responsible for any delay or
afflicted with Insomnia have been recommended STEAMER Bniwh. dally except ISunclny. any oonBoquenoon arising therefrom.

Wi rs.I to take the feather bed cure "FKKIVK WclJAUY.

I In the winter Queen Victoria Is one CAPT. W. A. SHAW. Florida East Coast Steamship Co.

I I of the shining proofs of the efficacy of Leave Jacknonvllle 3:30: p, 111., Sundays( ,Tuesdays and Thursdays.
PROPOSED SAILINGS
hp: feather bed. for where she goes: a Leave Sanford 0:00: a. m., KnturprUe: 9::IO a.m., Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays

Pinkhan'sFrieids big tick full of feathers In Its leather 3en'l Passenger and Ticket Office--,-204---W.-- Bay-St.,-Jacksonville. nIAMI-HA v ANA LINE, .

traveling Jacket goes, too. nnd always Leave Miami Sundays and : V.II\
the curtains are drawn about the., bend W. H. WARBURTON1 P. A., If. M.IRONMONGER, JK., Kla." Van.Agt.( Arrive Havana Mondays and Thursdays.... 8:00: P..m,
IU State Bt,, New York.. I aw Went Hay Bt.: ,Javkaonvllle<'la.C. Leave PuesdaysandFridays Fridays.-ii:0usm.:
of the bed to shut off any drafts. P. LOVELL As t.Fla. Siint.. I JOHN. L. JH WAIL, ttui' riuien Queen Victoria and her doctors believe JackRnnvllle, Fla.. I| foot Hcaii tit.,Jacksonville, Fla. '
that: the proper way to sleep In winters TIIEO. U. KGKU: T. 1\[., B Howling Green, Dew Yurk. MIAfll-KEY WEST LINE, .

In WM. f CLYUK" CO., General Agent., Leave Miami Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.....11:00: p. ma.
In a cold room luxuriously lapped CheiebroiiRli Handing 1U state St. New York I'4, MO. iMIuvrure Ave.. PhlladelphlaOcean Arrive KAY West Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays: ....... ..........................la:OOnoon
a nest of feathers that preserves all l and .. .. 8:00
Leave West
--------- ------- Key Tuesdays Thursdays : & : "Po m.
aro ovorywfiara the: beat., of the body and necessitatesIn Arrive Mlmnl: Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. 6'OOa.: m,

the coldest weather a covering of Steara..ship. COI niAMI-NASSAU LINE, .
Every woman knows only one pair of blanket and a down
Leave Miami Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays (Standard "tie). 8:00 p. ra
some woman friend wha quilt. 'l'hemodern, bed. so called hygienic Arrive Katuau TuusUays, Thursdays and (Saturdays. ... ..
. covering Leave Niuwau Tuesdays Thursday and Haturdays (Nassau ale) .. 800: "Po m.
requires more heavy "Savannah Line" "
.has been helped by LydiaE. than a pair of tired shoulders can Arrive Miami AV dnHlaya. Frill!.aysand_ Sundays.. . ._. . ._
The' above are luu.oxeu HiuiinKU durliiK February and March..
Plnkham'a
Vegetable stand and the hair mattress constantly Fast Freight und Luxurious Passenger! : Route from After April lai. thi,= e will be two miiiinKM per week
Compound. What t/ooa dissipates the human heat Instead For oo.ty ut."e1"tortenrdsadat.4leatBayetreet.JaekwmvdleoraddresS 1 I ..
of conserving It, besides, drawing away Florida to New York Boston and the East. J. P. BKCkwt'l'H.: TrulHo Manager Mt" J. D. BAHNBR Q. P. A.
this friend about It? AUlfuHt1"A
say that priceless force human electricity; ___ __ ___6

Read tho letters from at least that .Is what advocates of the

feather bed ,,").
women being published lit I All this drain the feathers prevent .:

this papar. S! you are an-1 tho enslly, yielding surface they .
1'M Southern.Railw
ti
ailing, don't try experl.1 pnn.i-nt: pi-iT-ilts! a perfect relaxation of
the iuut>cu* tliat cnn never be gained
montsm Rely on the relia I ou n bed uf even the best hair. With ay.

I the rmiilnic of the eighteenth centurytype i _
blo.Mrs. of EuKlUli; bed the feather mattress '
Plnkham's great' was Introduced and now there DIRECT LINE--QUiCK TInE
lrswstimm'nxtwv ,
medicine has stood without are numbers of women who have not rsrr P ;";i
-TO-
for only learned their virtues, but. like the
a poor thirty queen of England, travel about with WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,

years their beds done up In leather cases.
NEW YORK CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE AT-
,
nnd sufferersfrom .
Puzzled woman write to Some of the rheumatics
cold feet have pronounced them- LANTA. BIRMINGHAM MEMPHIS. CHATTANOOGA -
Mrs. Plnkham for advice ael VI'" free from their ftllllctlous] \ when Part TtLLil.. ..:E z .rt Seta..

which she gives without. luxuriating among the feathers SHOUT RAIL HIDE TO SAVANNAH i'' ST. LOUIS KANSAS CITY

charge. Tho advice Is i Fenther beds are coming Into use as and all, Points East and West.
well In nurseries, and though for children Thence via Ship nailing from Savannah.
confidential: and accurate the Georgian four poster Is not yet I
It has million the beds are made 4 NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS t
helped a wo the fashion gayest 4 each week
to chime In with the schemes of nursery Ships ,
Mrs The
mon. Plnkham'aaddross decoration. Hew York and Florida Express,

Is Lynn, Mass. TO N'JIVvYC: >:EI.K. Via Savannah and Charlotte, N.C.

Ilabr'. Crocheted Mlttena. The New York and Florida Limited, \
2-SIJJPS.A.: : : "'V'JIE: :: to; :ElOSTON"2All
A baby's crocheted mittens, for which Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C.
An" loti.* 6br Cmrbollo Acid, The Designer gives Instructions, require ticket nentlllnd! hotel are supplleil with monthly Railing\ schedules. The United States Fast Mail, \

Alcohol and vinegar are effective as materials one skein of white Write for lten fallnfol'm\tlol1.| Balling; schedules, stateroom reservations. or call on Via Savannah and Charlotte, Jt. C. i 1

n.tklou>s tor carbolic acid poisoning aNew saxony nnd a stein of pink silk for the E. II. IIINTOX: WALTER HAWKINS: :: The Cincinnati and Florida Limited :
York doctor uunounci'H. What. Gen'l TrnlHo ,
edges of the wrists. Truffle Manager; ( Agt.; Depaitment.
over quantity of the poison has been Begin with a cu of 40 st joined to Savannah' : (ia. 2JI: \V. B.iy St., Jacksonville, FhI. \.; Via J..ap. .9

swallowed, tour times as much whiskyor form ring. Make a h d In each at of .
a -- -- -- -- Through Vestibuled Trains--Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars.
the tliUL-s as much vinegar should "
the ch 1vol'lt round -and round
.an<
be administered lmuifdlu.tely. No oil of making a h d In each h d beneath Through Coaches--Elegant: Dining Cars. f;

any kind should bo given "Thus treated catching both sts each time. Make six Florida Central and

early enough; he eddy> "all cases rows for the wrist and the seventh rows BETTER TIME AND BETTER SERVICE THAN EVER BEFORE.
will recover." I.

Through Pullman Sleeping: Car between Jacksonville and Cincinnati
doctor bills sincewe
We have saved many
began| to use Chamberlain's Cough Peninsular Railroad.Unexcelled O., Via Asheville, N. C., and Knoxville, Through

Remedy in our home. We keep a bottle "THE LAND OF THE SKY."

open all l the time and whenever any of %.S

my family or myself begin to catch cold r r ca .jaa service from Florida to all points Through Train.via Southern Railway are now Operated in connection with
vro begin to coo the Cough\, Remedy, and .
the Plant
System from Jacksonville.
result have to send -.vo
as a wo never away
for a doctor and Incur n largo!: doctor bill.
for Chaiubuilatn's: Cough Remedy never Tt1Y h North East and West.Two for Rates, Schedules and Information call on or address

falls to euro. It U certainly a medicineof : A. OIRARDEAU. T. P. A.. or W. T. OOSBY T. 'P. A.,
groat merit and worth.--D. S. Meitrkle; 21V West Bay Street. Jacksonville. Fla.

leiier.il Merchant and Farmer, Mattlo, and RANDALL, CLIFTON District Passenger Agent. Savannah O*.
Jacksonville Savannah Colnmbia.rcarrying:
Bedford county 1'0For salt) by druggists Trains dally between Tampa, ,
J. GULP W. A. TURK. S. H. HARDWICK;
and inudicluo dealers. Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping cars, connecting at Columbia With sleepers for Trams Manarer. Gen. Pa.. Alrt A.... G.n. P.... .Atr'
W'ashingron. 1i.0. Washington. iS. a Atlanta. Os

A New Itlamnrrlt fimlle. Phila. and New York. .. ;;;;::: -- -.------ ---
Prince llerbfrt Bh.mnr'ho\ recently Washington Baltimore .
comjilpteil hU fiftieth year hns ,

rturlded to luilM\ hlmsplf n new house!' .-.- vac Also! with Clncinnattl :Sleeper: via Asheville.t MALLORY. STEAMSHIP LINE.
In the nelidilvM'liond of l Schloss\ Friedrlehsnih. .

but tnr nwny from the railway -
.fig ate, Florida New York
and the
highroad: The new castle -

Is to lit- n most comfortable modern 'Dixie Flyer" .7 Philadelphia and Boston.
dwelling, and It will also, be considerably 1 1 From ItrnnswlokWecttoNewYork.
3
larger than the nnolent nchloss that Through! Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louis via 1J 1 II wi PASSENGER SEUV1CE.
win no much l beloved by the first
Trine rtlMtrmrrk, and. his BABY'S CHOCHKTBD MITTKX. and Nashville To make connections with steam r., leave .Tackvnavllle
wife.
Tills old\ castle' li to be used simple] as n. rmi- begin to widen for the thumb. Widenone Lake City, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga 4, (Kernan.llna{Tn Ion lhpot. on:Thursdays> m. Meals via(Cumberland en route; or Route"all )R.LII. II
scum for the st In the seventh row. then 2 In p. lu, (I'lunt System arrive Hrunnwick llio. Pa senger "
[possessions of the lute City and all points In the :Xorthwest.
I Making connections for Kansas Chicago arrival at Brunswick
prince and will IIP kept In good repair. every alternate row until 13 st have go directly aboard steamer.
i iA.
----- -- -- been widened.! Leave IS st for the
"' It. PeKluout, editor of the Journal, thumb and work 10 rows round tbe remaining Through sleeping car service between Jacksonville and New Orleansvia / PROPOSED SAILINGS

Doylestown Ohio, antlered for a number portion then narrow off the Pensacola.Full Lr.New' York Pier 21 E. R., 3,.OOp. m., (Standard Time.) tr.J\runswlrL l
Junction and
of yearn from rlieumatUm In his end. Take u> sts for the thumb and River FrlllSJ, F'.b.188.... "..'. . COLORADO .Friday. Feb >IC
right shoulder and side, He says: "My: work round until It Is' the desired Information on appllpatlon/ to any agent of this company. : .. ... .. '.. "".. ... .RII' OR_ N..E". .. .... .... Friday. ,
right arm at times was entirely useless. Friday 1 1 23....-.. .... .. .. ...:.. ...COLORADO ......-.... ..-...."...:.. ..:.Friday. MFriday ;
I tried Chamberlain's Pain Balm: and length narrowing off the end quite Mar 3.RIO GKANDK. ...... ......... ... .... Frlilay, "
Finish the wrists with a row A. O. McDoncll L. A. Shipman
abruptly.
was/ surprised! to receive relief almost For general Information,steamers trains,rates, etc.,apply to
Immediately. The Pain Balm hns been of shells and edge them with a chain

a constant companion of mine ever since Qf pink. The mitten may be made General 1 Pass. Agt. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. BASIL GILL, Agent 220 W.Bay St.Jack ODYlll -

and It never fails." For sale by drug: any size acid la easily worked. It.H.RAYMOND,General Southern Agent,Brunswick, Ga.

gists and medicine dealers. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. C.H.)MALLORY Co.,General Agents.Pier 21, E.River and 386 Broadway,N.Y.


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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE MARCH 2, 1900. 1


TITUS VILLK. ST. AUGUSTINE. UOCKIII)(}I':.

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NRI: :: :_ ._ RIVER:: : :: :230TE2.I" NOW OPEN : SO'IEI':: : :IN: : D IAN: RIVER:: :: ,
HOTEL MAGNOLIA
TITUSVILLE I ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. LOCKLKDGE, FLA., :NOW OPEN.
,
< 7 h: i/ ,
11 tM1l ") ., .t..t: ; !
ga _': '!' INDIAN RIVER, $12.()()() expended on Improvements and new furnishings last year,
rte. ; and iptt.OOO! this season llydrnitllc Klo\ntor, Hot and Cold
y FLORIDA. Water Huthson each tl.".>r; also 1'rlvato Bl\th4! added to several
''; sulte And Heating Arrangements ate among the improvements;
making \ house one of the most comfortable and well
,-> ... : J.:, hotels
; : J. (1. BAST, Proprietor. equipped In the South. Write for booklet

PALMER A MAcDOWELL, I'roprlotors.


Li q The hotel fronts on the NOW OPEN.
J .al, y,R & w .f $ wide sweep of bay(7( miles The BUCKINGHAM
n' j I( 1 in width), formed by the ST. .IUGUSTINUSTINE, FLA.
VIII I ;( I ani I nl Indian River, makingita
fYr h h e' ) I v 11 I delightful summer reSOI.t. Opposite\ tho Hotel Alcazar and Alameda; Wide verandas: picturesque
''7161nt11'IrlN I' ujid'i l7o do ill A1 InlriAO( t Constant cool
.ljl 4I f/ lawns: Home-like anti comfortable. Rates ml>.Jt'rl\te.
breezes from. the sea and
b.iy., Flowing sulphur GEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor. '
', III 1111114yd
ww.
springs. Special summer II
i iWwtN
rates. .1111 1 IU i l 111 !
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The St. George. ST. AVOUSTISK: FLA.
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JACKSONVILLE. ( F. S. TYLER, Proprietor. II. S. GRIM: Manager.

-& e p Corner of the 1'1:1Z1nnd: St. Ooorgw Street. In the ,),..rmr

The St James JACKSONVILLE, FLA. c.l .,' very center of the city. Strictly Hisl-cl.iss In every
ftT'' respect Rates: $2.50; ( per day and upwards. l
Season 18lMtOO.! Now Open.
Special: weekly and party. rates.
__ This unit hotel In the orange growing rrrtlon of the Knot Const Is the largest
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Tho St. James needs no Introduction to visitors to Florida. From small beginning
a hotel on Indlnn River It has ovorliOO( looms, baths, bat hor shop, billiard and poolroom
la 180!), the St. James has Increased In size and added to Its appointments -
with .increased popularity of the tourists' travel to Florid The New Algonquin Hotel electric lights, elevator, and all modern improvements. Cuisine excellent.
The location: [ Is! unsurpassed, being on the highest ground In Jacksonville\ A first-class orchestra. Do not full to Mop olTut Rockleilgo, ouo of tho beauty spots
facing I lie St. James Park. Baggage/ / checked to all points.Its of Indian River. $. PROSKKY{ Proprietor.
music, as In the past Reasons, will he furnished by Prof. Ed. Prontv's ST. AUGUSTINE: FLA.
Orchestra, and will he 01 the high ginde. Thin house, as In the past, is under ll I m oe ...FRONTING: : ON TIIKPLA/A...
the management of J. It. Campbell, and everything will be done for the corn- t WHITE'S COTTAGE
tort and pleasure of giu-sts. Address by mail or telegraph, I' t ;I 1 Under" :New Sod 1 Liberal Management.: / ,
.Most. \ I.nt' I...t. atten
Centrally 11 Special:
J. It. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla. Billion Avenue, Koekledge, Kloilda.Teimn .
tlontOTouristnod Commercial travel.
c a '' f*e'' Grand view of Hay amid 1 Ocean from Ve : $1.50: "per day, : ii'.OO ti> tlMX( (per week.

., y ranthiH. Tho h'llth"jlU"lel.) Open the .I. .J I, WHITE:, Piopiletor.FOIIT .
WINDSOR HOTEL... year round ]t.te..1: to t'J.HO: '\( per' day.

F. C. IIA YEN') Manager.Lnst.Two / .
I'Ililtlll: : ':, riA.FORT .
Vomits Manager Ocean View Hotel. ,
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PLAZA HOTEL ST.: AUGUSTINE, FLA. PIERCE HOTEL t l Indian Itlver! Near Inlet.

Spoilsman's: Panidise on the Kim; I naxt. Tho tbu+st. FUliing" and limit
This. hotel l is now pen fur IfOOMS ONLY. It ls centrally located, near ing. Aeeommodatliiti" Hist. class. Near \liuilioinl: mid Sienmer Landing,
)l'ns'ollici'. II ink, ,mid I ('iithrdriil.Uoomt. I. '
., diets MI *l.t)0 per day; $l.i">0 to $li.k( ) por week Northern cooking/ anti maiingeinuiit.: '
V. I). SANCHE7M.inagor,
Also GU'ii 1 Cove' I Hole), Onmt. M.iss..
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/ trpr St. Ooorloltrtet.\ .
I y 4 HOTEL ABBEY El: )I1N.:
ST. AUGUbTINE/ J FLA.

This delightfully located hotel, near tho City dates, overlooking
OPPOSITE CITY PARK
old Fort Marion and tho bay, now open for the .season, under the '
DODGE!: &
RATES *2.r 0 and upward. CULLENS.
> The
Netherby EDEN: : On-liidlnn.lv, ,, |( .>,.
management/ of P. M Snaiez, of the Everett Moose, Saratoga

Springs, N. Y. For rates and. other particulars apply to ,
T. M. SUAUEX" Augustine, Fla. One) of the loveliest. locations' on tint ilvrt. All modem Improvements.
Duval Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Hot anti cold b.iths. Milphur Spring. Kxcillinl; ,Inking water.
The Everett House, Saratoga, Springs; N. Y., will be open Juno 1, 1)0.!)()
lol'i end flush In nluindancu.
I'lvnty of II lilt and ics t 0.1)\Kters vi-gitiiililfs -
.... . tloiisn hundsnn fin'nl,.lied with all tho
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Opposite postoffloe. Centrally located. Thoroughly/ repaired and re- MAGNOLIA Sl'HINGN FLA.; eoinfoiIs of u lioine Itnutv. 't'rains slop; lit Kuxlon mutton, cm the
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . plantation. J Plnuai'plu illslilet. !MIM, M. A. CUHT1H, Manager.

Rates :*2.oO:; day and up.Merrill's .
per D. W. SPERRY Propl"letor. Magnolia Springs Hotel MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, FLA. N I':1"1'U N E.: TLA.

(St. Johns Rlvor.) i iNKl'TUNE

+ Twenty-elJht miles south of Jacksonville by the Jacksonville, Tampa: Key' NEPTUNE HOUSE I FLA. I'. O.West.
West Railway nod river steamers Open HITS in all rooms. I Steam! hoot Jupiter, Station.:

Hotel Rathbun OLD CAKI.KTOX...,.. Elevator. Pure spring water. No mosquitoes, Well-kept golf course. Pleasantly! loeatpd at poitlliionro of Laxalmtelilo mid I Indian\ Rivera.. One mile
Tennis, Shooting, Fishing, boating, Drives, Swimming ponl. *...011( > per day. from Jupiter' Inlof. FliienC halt and null w itor lloldiig. in \lulnltv. Poittofllco. ,
New \ Special weekly rates. l). bEAVEY/: Manager.Magnolia Express and Teleitrnpli.: ollloes' KM) yards, fiom hUll...,. Teinix: ''l.on( ) per day.
------- Spucl.il: rate to l"utI"IIIIUlI, l b> the week N. K. KITIIUUII, Jr. Prop.
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St. Johns River. American plan. ___ .. ._
Market and Bay Streets, fronting \ Magnolia Springs, Fla.\ 0'" "

Family hotel; steam. heat.. OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Grill Cottage, On the St. Johns River. 'V I:S'I' 1"\1.\: ( 11I:AG 11.

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attached, Florida trade especially catered for. Rates from of the ----- -
rooms An adjunct Magnolit Springs Hotel. Cuisine and service first-class.

$2.50:; to :$1. per day. Special rates by the week or month............. Rates :fj.Ol: ) per day; 'flO.OO( $12OU and f 1 l.CO per week. THE SEMINOLE WEVl\ J PALVI REACH; FLA.

J. II. DAL roN In charge of office. C. A. MERRITT, Lessee. J AS. II. HKARDON, Lesson nnd Manager. ,

Under Management.! : Open the Year itoiiml.] Excellence: of
TIlE MOST POPULAR OFJACKSONVILLE'S SEAIIUE4Z1;: I : :.
Cuisine. u specialty. !Rates' tJ.filMo'\ ) #;ll 0 per day,
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Mr<, f S. O II. IIUUNHAM, Manager.
SEAD KEXK:, FLA., Twenty minutes
THE COLONNADES
American Plan. 2.00 to '::1.00 per day. I
by -bus from DAVTONA Station.

PLACIDE Table unsurpassed Rooms and Beds best I Electric: Light, Steam heat, Private baths' hunting, Fishing/ Surf The Palms WKST:: PALM( IIEACH: 'I'A ,,\ I

In the City. Bug meets all trains II Ilathiiig, Ocean pier and pavilion. lest) bicycle road In the Hrst-rlnsM. 'hotel, situated, on ]beautiful Lake
blockof btate. Buy tickets vU, 10'. E. C. R'y to npp.tsllo| |, IH>"I| lneiina.| Elrutilo. lights,
within\
tickets street to one Daytona.J.
Free on cars P. VININO, Manager.1'A electric bells, baths, do. *:2, fll M nnd *:.t 1 per d.,v. Special' rates by the week.
1f utel. The J'IIIOIIIV..t. Palm Bench, Flit.c .

CIIAS. COUCH, Resident Manager. L.ATKA.

F :> S.A.LE.
Streets, G GRAHAM HOTEL PALATKA, FLA.
EST MORELAND HOTEL. ,. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Brick Hotel, Overlooking St. Johns River. Hotel with Sovon Cottaeos: Rates $a.r>0 per day. Weekly and monthly rates. Convenient to all
bOAt landings and Railroad epots. J. WATKINS LEE Prop -AcresIxicated of Land.
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built\ and open- Also Proprietor of the Old JwcetprlnllI:, W. Vn.DoLANI .

and table. Hot and Cold water --rn.- .
ed this season, Fine cooking good - I .r

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

street cars pass the door. Rooms LOc, 73o; and $1 a day. Rooms and ;

board $2.00 to :$2.50: per day. r
Arms DELAND
FLORIDA.
College ,
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. Hotel r, ,

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New Hotel ROSELAND JACKSONVILLE, FLA. la about one hundred miles south of Jacksonville, l Is of eAsy access to travelers
by the Plant System:! being on the DeLand !Branch) five miles from JleresCord 4Lt
It (located on high, rolling pine 'land. There 'are orange groves and pleasant Lt / tp
Under entire new management. Newly furnished and renovated. Cool, drives In the vicinity. There are some fifteen miles of .shell road about the *
quiet, and comfortable. Electric lights; and bells. Croquet, tennis and town making it a paradise for riders. The sanitary arrangements: are of the 4 4&h i wlt IthAl b +
Good fishing and boating./ Special table d'hote dinners latest and most Improved. The hotel. Is lighted, by electricity and heated with
bowling alleys. while In Is ( There! has boon addition
steam every room an open Ireplare. an
served every day at 0 p. m., We supply the table with fresh vegetables of seventy-five rooms with private baths, are .single or *n suite. The cuisine. M :et+f'4tk'k0; 4 $ 1444
from our own garden; fresh eggs and chickens from our own poultry will be kept at a high/: standard. A first-class !livery stable connected The ;
yard; good rich cream from our own cows. Pay us a visit. Within milk and cream Is supplied by a private, dairy of Jersey cows. Vegetables are
Ostrich Farm. Yew 'phone :3 J7. from the home farm. The water !I. supplied from an Artesian well. Terms
of the
two blocks $3 per day and upward. Special to families. For further Information addressC. .

W. RIPLEY, Manager, Hotel College Arms, DeLand, Fla.
Ripley's Summer Resort, The Slpplcan, Marlon Mass l ,
GRAND VIEW Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. '
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JCOCICLI ()OJo:.
Nearest Hotel to Union Station; three blocks from new Post Offl e and
centrally located on Forsyth street, between at HARNO, three quarters' of a mile .outh. of EAU: GALLIE:,
Government Buildings; FLORIDA, on the Knu: Gallic Hiver. less than half
n mile from the
pleas
high and spacious grounds. Very THE PLAZA HOTEL
Bridge and Clay streets, on EOCKLEDOE FLA.
,
ant Parlor, Office and Dining Room, also large and alrj'lIeepfng] apartments Indian River, and two and u ball miles from the Ocean, .1 he property

single or en suite, well and newly furnished with Modern Improvements This handsome-new hotel, located on the brfnk of the beautiful Indian River, II two hundred miles south of .fMckminvllle, on the Florida Kuttt: Coast
Electric Bells, Hot and Cold Water! Baths, etc. Popular In the heart of the far-famed Indian River orange region, Is now open for the Railway, with the Railroad) Station adjoining the property. Buildings
; E. II. SANBORX, Proprietor. reception of guests. A more delightful: and attractive locality cannot be erected In 18(5! ( and some of them here never been occupied, the origInal -
Prices. Imagined than Itockledge, with Its beautiful walks, romantic scenery, bearing owner having died a few months after their completion.The .
; orange groves, fine boating, fishing and bunting. Rooms. with private hotel wall opened for about two month. prior to the owner's
JACKSONVILLE bath. Kates $3.5't day and upward. weekly rates.S. .
per Special
FLA. death, and hat not been, used) alnce. All the building were' erected in
HOTEL OXFORD H. PECK:
Manager.
St. James Hotel.
Opposite the most substantial manner and are now In excellent condition. The

comfortable and hotel and cottage are completely furnished. and very little of the fur

homelike Convenient, and to all special parta effort of the made city to, commodious give all who stop rooms at the Oxford a pleasant NEW ROCKLEDGE HOTEL ON ember niture has ever been used. There are two artesian wells, twenty ciuern. -

stay. Rate very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when la Jack- Opened 14. connected, with newer. etc.
lIOn yUle. The property cost the original' owner 118,000 'and will be .old
at aacrlfice.
:MRS. M. O. FINLZY, Propr. .AttractlonFull-bearlng orange grove, livery, bicycling (ten mile river
drive) bowling alley, boat for fishing and ducking, free excursion. on The above cut fairly represent the property.For .
particular apply to or address
launch to point of Interest. Rate. $2.W to |.1 per day. Special weekly. ,
EZRA F. HATCH lion. V. L.
OAULDEN. WHo A. WARNOCK
Remember the ADVOCATE does Job Printing. Correspondence solid ted. Caretaker on premlwu.. Attorney for Owner, "Agent for Owner.,
U. P. SHARES A: SON, Proprietor. Eau Osllle, Florida. Tltusvlllo, Fla. Jamaica, N, T.I .



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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 2, 1900.
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East Coast Tourists WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY. I I DEATH OF CAPT. COOK.On ROBBINS & GRAHAM Carroll c& Goldsmith,


Interested In ART OBJECTS and! Celebrated by HrooklynlUw J own at NevIn I Thursday the 15th nit Mr. and I

SOUTHERN bOUVENlKS should Jllvcrvlew, Merrltt. C. E. Saunders and two sons, of Rutland, GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES, of All Kind
*
visit the jewelry shops of theJACKSONVILLE Vt.; and Dr. Chas. Weed, started no a ... ,wyorl ... I
Tho Washington's Birthday celebration Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage; Solicited.TITUSVITiLE .
cruise down Indian River, having char-
at Nevi nil' Rlvervlew hotel, on the .
n r : i9 Indian tered the yacht Golden Rule commandedand WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND FLORIDA.
banks of the beautiful River was owned by Capt. Geo. Cook of this

PAJ.lBEACH, an event long to be remembered by those place. On Sunday night, the 25th last, UNITED STATES COURTS. -

H'!'. AUGU8TINK.( who had the good fortune to be present. Capt.Cook was taken seriously ill with
The weather was line, but owing to a hemorrhage: of the bowels while at Fort & Motlowv .
Lesley
the out-door
wind events
very strong ,
Pierce and Messrs. Saunders and Weed
ANHEUSER BUSCH were run off quickly the finals to be runoff Abstracts of Title
.THE placed him on a cot, and forwarded him
.. I on St. Patrick's Day. Mr. McLaughlin home by train, on Monday morning. (Successors to LOSLET, RENAKER A CO.)
l Is feeling like a boy again, and Is the + .

Brewing Asso's.Famous picture of health. Florida Jeremiah la Qnald still, the the During taken seriously the evening ill, and Capt.everything Cook was was Furnished to lands Ic Brevard and Dade Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies Rums Gins and Whistle,

youngest man in done for his relief but he succumbedto Counties.
euchre and Bottled Beers Ales and Stout.
St.Louis Keg and Hob champion at quoits and the above trouble about 11'O'Cl Ck. 1 ,

tied Doer. many others were busy all day superin Ills remains were Interred in Tituvilla of ... Billiard and Pool
tending. A First-class Line Cigars. Tables.;
at four o'clock Wednes-
Cemetery on
Sold by Mef>*.I....*tey &: Motlow The hotel was beautifully decoratedby We have list ofLANDS
a large trade is solicited. and careful attention
Tltunvllle, Fla. day afternoon; quite a few of his friends Family and hotel Prompt given to mal
well-known
By Mr. R. I,.Moiluw, Cocoa Fla.lly FredAldrldgll.Brooklyn's followed the body to the grave Rev. J. I orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY&MOTLOWTitusvilleFlt
Mr W .1. Tucker (;UOINO oDd decorator who did not spare any painsto
A. Deceased
Hughes oillciatlng. wa
Fore fierce, I'la. cover It from top to bottom with new :: : -- -
a native of Portsmouth, England, and
bunting American flags, palms, ferns baa resided In this section of Indian Your
Protect t
JOSEPH ZAPF etc. In the evening Mr. Aldridge gavea River about six: : years. He was a steady owned by ourselves and clients. Price INSURANCE. FIRE
fine of fire works, which was
display
and Industrious who had
man, quite i a Property AgainstI ,
Sole Agent. I witnessed for miles around which tookan number of friends in Florida, who regretto for unimproved lands $3.00 to $100.00per |

hour; and then started the fun of learn of his deatU. He- leaves a wife LXG-EJTt\TXJSTG-: : 'CLONL5

610 to 620 West Bay Street, the The evening.evening's entertainment was a to mourn his loss. acre. represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Lift

:I! delightful close to the day's festivities Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co. of Philadelphia Pa.
,
The amateur minstrel troupe, composed DIED AT: GEORGIANA. WE have a few Residence, Orange
of the young men guests of the hotel For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CHAS. S. SCUUYLERTitusvllle .

was a howling success, and supplied Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable Fla.
Died, at her home In Georgtana Feb.
JOHNSON LAW COMPANY.
fun for couple of hours. Encores were
will 28, at 7 a. m., Mrs. Annie L. Bruner locations. Prices Reasonable. .
numerous. The minstrels appear --::::
wife of Mr. John W. la the
Bruner
again on the 17th Inst. Fred Atdrldger. ,
-DE ., and Frank Nevins, as Brother Bones thirty-seventh year of her age. Mr. and INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
EDISON
Mrs. Bruner were married-Oct. 11, 180!'
and Brother Turn bo, were very funny; TITUSVILLE
SAMPSON NO.2 -only four and a half months ago; and OFFICES f{ TITUSVILLE FLA.Is .
Fred Aldridge, jr.. and Haiold Cox, middle and MIAMI. ,
the Angel of Death claimed, the light
.
and DRY BATTERIES, men. "Mr. AI, ridge, jr., sang "GeOl' and joy of the happy home. She leaves prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention
gia and was well applauded. Mr.
FOR GAS ENGINE IGNITION. Cox Rose sang "My Hannah Lady" in ragtime one little daughter, Winnie DIxon, chili paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.
of her first marriage. The remains were East Coast -Meat Market
and made a big hit. Mr. Cassenbrook buried at Cocoa yesterday T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.

(ally man) gave, some very witty
r Tile deceased was well known .on In-
jokes, and Manager Wilkinson as interlocutor dian River. She wan of a modest and t!. F. DUREN, Agent.
the of
prognostications
opened / retiring disposition and had the love
the with "De Fattest Chickenon ,
evening I and of all who knew her. She eon'
respect
0h
de Hen-roost and closed with "I'm
:>> Just Received
was a good Christian woman and a loving s .
with Baby Somewhere elno. -
Happy my and tender wife and mother and bravely A"J
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The cake walk which took place after
met the duties and trials of life. Her co s:>>
was participated In by the help and was
sufferings were long and Intense but -
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won by the chef. ,
the gentle, patient spirit Is at rest. The 1:1: I
The entertainment cloned
was
evening's .
bereaved and heart-broken husband and
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by a Virginia Reel, in which everyone little,daughter have the sympathy of all -

took part. d .IIA New Line of Stoves.

:. FOR WIDOWS AND ORPHANS THE M. F. DWYER PROPERTYAt _: .Ili .cisa ;-.. .

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Of the British In the South African War. Itoefcledge. Sale on Monday. 1:1:

l M i.h 1 On Monday next being Rule Day, atTitusvllle TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .
JACKSONVILLE FLA. Feb. 2ith( 1000.
,
to the highest bidder for cash,

Full line of Electileal Supplies. Editor Indian River Advocate : the Hotel Indian River the large orange

JbIINSON LAW CO.M I: A meeting'of British residents of Florida trove belonging, land; and to other Mr. Michael Rcckledge K.' property Dwyer George Peeples... J.A.S. :EEIPJIOs: : : ::. ..:: :c & SON

& 61 W. Fonytn St. Jacksonville, Fla. was held In Jacksonville on Saturday,
of Brooklyn, N.Y. This Is foreclosure
the 21th ult., to consider the desirability Bale entered in the Circuit Court of lireyard Olit' Olbnonmlldlnn.next: ...Tinsmith i TITUSVU.LE, FLORIDA. :.
of a subscription toward some I .
BOARDING HOUSES raising county, in which Mr. Orlando A. door to Carruthb..rber ,
HOTELS
charitable funds .
other of necessitated .
one or .
Jones, of Brooklyn N. Y., Is plaintiff; re shop.WasbingtouAve ,
by the present South African TITUSVILLE, FLA.
and Michael defendant. The
F. Dwyer
AND OTHERS, war. It was pointed sent out that to the such Mansion subscriptions sale will take place at the Court-house Tinsraithlng, Roofing, Gutteringand "" .. Chas. A. Gardner, (

were being door. It Is a valuable piece of property,
House from British subjects in all partsof alt kinds of repair work promptly FUNITURE ;
upon which we understand Mr. Jones
the world, and a strong feeling was attended to. STOVES
has a mortgage; for $40,000.) ) We have DRY
shown that we In Florida ought not to every reason to think Mr. Jones will become .Work from down the River solicited GOODS MATTINGS
'
be unrepresented.The the owner of the propeity.Mr. .
THOMPSON'S; GLOVE FITTING
fund Is divided Into
Mansion House -
Oeo M. Robbluii, of the law firm I AND R A G CORSETS.
and of these the t
channels
many of Robbing & Graham Titusville and MAINHARD BROS.
BUTTE RICK .
"Widows and Orphans" fund was felt to PATTERNS:
If you want Fresh and Salt water Fleh t Oysters! Miami, represents the plaintiff.A WALL PAPER, ... I
Green Turtle, ItO to". II. ELTOl'i. .hole-- be the ono moat deserving.
sale and etn'l..II and Oliter Cnml.any, foot A committee of three whose names KID GLOVES,
of Ocean at.,and City Market,Jacksonville J'la appear at the foot hereof was appointedto Pleasant Dinner Party.. Cleaning and DyeingEstablishment SHOES, .

send out circulars and Invite subscriptions TRUNKS,

TlioO1O B..overy and you are requested to forward Mrs. R. II. Baxter, of Bath, Me., entertained 12 Newnan St., Clothing Titusville Fla.
your ollerlug! at once to any of these a few of her relatives and cleaned and . ,
dyed repaired pressed
Went Day St Jacksonville, commlttceincn. friends at dinner at the Indian River
At tho meeting above referred to, a lotel, TttuHvllle on Wednesday evening\ JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
FINE BUIII of \about three hundred dollars was Among those In the party were Mrs. M. JOHN R. WALKER !

and prortilscd, and all help even small sums P. RobbluB Mrs. VV. D. Mussenden Mr. \
Wines, Liquors Cigars. will be welcuiue. and :Mrs. Oeo. M. Uobbin. Miss Lillian To :

F. W. HOWAKD, Welch, Clina. II. Walton, and the hostess. ,., Furniture, i Ice Cream Parlor a
Anheuser-Busch Extra Pale on Draught \V. D_WHITE, ilrs. Baxter Thin was followed by New YearsBuyers.

Fine Cold Lunch Served Dally. WM. M. AN OAR, progressive> whist in the hotel parlor 'j' Millinery; i Soda Water I
The best of Service and a pleaniait/ quiet Jacksonville, Fla. which was continued for a couple of ,

osort.. JOHN F, MUNCH Mgr. lour*. Mrs. Baxter made a charming .... : !

R. W. DAVIS FOR CONGRESS. hostess, and all voted the evening a vary Dry Goods, 1. (Fount and bottles.) j 1

"JUST FAR ENOUGH NORTH" enjoyable one. Have jnst received an elegant; line of j CIgars & Tobacco.

figs, raisins. walnuts, filberts, almonds,
ENJOY YOUR RUIMEIOUTING AT WASHINGTON! ,D. C. Feb 20th 1000. bananas Notions etc. :
cocoanuts
I>led. pecans, oranges, ,
HOTELVICTORY Editor Indian Jilver Advocate : dried peaches, apricots and apples; also Confectionery' e t c.
... I I t'
6-months-old of call you attention to our candy, the best "Star Building., "
Fred Shirley the boy stand.
"at the old
( )
., 11UlnUuyI.deLAKEKU1EO. citizen of Florida but having
Being ,
a Mr. and Mrs II. J. Shirley of this and purest in the market is put up inline
4i M", .... resided at the Capital nearly a year, gives place died at the residence of its parentsat I one pound boxes or the cheaper Give me a call.' Polite and courteous attention. ..Mailorders receive prompt
-.1W ,p'ti. T, The World'I me of course an interest in our members in 30 pound pails. Can buy In and careful
grade attention. Yours for
,I,"'' !s... !to' Largest lllOHtolmrinliiK 4:30: o'clock on Tuenday afternoon. I any business, JNO. R. WALKER.
01nh' '.. .iiminerhotol and Senators: from that State, and as.a Deceased had been suffering from dye unntlty.[ All kinds of canned good!
Cool|, ilellhtfiilalrnomid| cliiiiiite! Republican I want to say this for the ntery, The remains were Interred at : Our stock nice and fresh. A I. Money -------- --
water, no mimquitmm "(loir," Ixmtlnic genial and always approachable member
pure ; I lived customer
nulling bathing dunning:: uutntorUnn, linofient.lnnumeruhlo from the second district. While I do not the Titusvlllo Cemetery at four o'clock, .
; lurice band and orchestra. Wednesday afternoon. Rev A. D Penney John B. Massa GAY BROTHERSL-
with him
21 acre lawn.ervlunand nimlne unCrpasxedlAll j at all times agree along party officiating The bereaved parents ,
white Kiirvanta. Rate t'J.no) to "//I.INII'"r) day. lines yet at the same time hind him In their friends. 217 West Bay St., Jacksonville\ Fla.
10.IM 25 week, rate. June have thesympathyof many
f to f: par folder/ the main light, and always with the
20 to Mopt. 15. Beautiful' etc., by mall.
AcldroH T. W. McCreary, Oen'l Manager people on the side of justice, and against -Don't forget the Minstrels to-night
724 Monroe Hlroot TOLKIHI, unto mormonlsm and for the sanctity of ; PALATKA, FLORIDA. GROCERS
After June fat, l'ut-In-n"yolllo.. American homes. lie Is watchful of the Patronize home talent. River Steamers

public Interest in a general way, never Indian[ ,
rr: Reading notice ads. on this page
HAVE You a crop of Early Vegetables, letting anything In sight: Ret! away from are live cents per line per week. We make a Special Feature of ourMiami
him that will benefit'Florida; and whatIs Indian Rifer and Bay Biscayne
to ?
oranges, I'lnoli. etc., ship
best of all as a Represnative of the
We can use your conHlgnmonts to ad van- people Is that he is the same /genial, affable Eggs For< Hatching. Inland Navigation Co Mail Order Department.Knowing .

.. tge.Ve! will please you. Stencils on courteous gentleman all comers
application. Correspondence solicited. here, as he was at his Palatka home. If White Plymouth Rock exclusively;
the old second district Is to send a denii seven pens. First pen headed by White Operating a line of steamers between how difficult It is in some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES

KAISER BROS., ocrat here again no other man on earth Cloud, jr., who was awarded second lock ledge, on Indian River, and Palm CHEAP families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them filled
Wholesale Commission Merchants, for cockerals and prize in Lake at promptly and carefully and we know the and will\ be satisfactory
will nil the bill half so well as Robert prize special leach, on Worth touching: prlnIpal ; quality prices
Knoxville, Tenn. W. Davis. the last Garden poultry landings between these points. We carry the most complete stock of any' Grocery House In East Florida, and bare

Very truly, how; second third and 4th pens headed many articles not usually found In other and smaller houses

CANCER Capt. E. A. Wn.B03f. I by cocks imported from A. C. Hawkins. Route via the Indian River and through By SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
CURED at HOME. H. FIUKDLANDKU, New Canal System to Lake Worth -:
Fla. -- ------- -------------
16feb-Im Interlachen,
The passenger accommodations on both
NO KN1KI2, NO PAIN. CHURCH NOTICES. teamers have been Increased and they E. A. WADDELL

Men.1 fur true book Address, ---.- are well equipped for the tourist season. ,
Cancer Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold VISIT the most peculiar and Interest-

Sanitarium, divine service at St. Gabriel's Episcopal ing sight in America. . .. Excellent meals served on board steamer City and Dade County _.
DEI.LEVIEW FLORIDA. church Sunday, March 4th, morning and at reasonable prices. '

evening. THE FLORIDA.OSTRICH South-bounll North-houn.t. Real Estate Bureau.
I head;; down Real upTinndaya
There will bo no services In the Presbyterian -
::i'I
Srhedllle In elf ct
j I HEAR & TAYLOR church, Titusville, Sunday, 'V"lne..I..YI Fob.2'J, 1000. Tue.-lays Thnr"laYI

Marchith, 10 Thursdays
1. ',, '. :: Artesian Well being made In the building.Rev. and: LAxmxas : lrY'S"turdaya. -A select list of-
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... 1.i ,. Sunday.
1\
'!.r. t" C. A. Fulwood presiding elder of DRY niHcn
< )}I { no Lv.Rackiedge..Ar 10 no a InS < :no Property,
; .i i ICOriTRACTORS this district of the Methodist church, JACKSONVILLE. 80 p P m I.v Eau Oaille..,Ar II SO am'
t I I'.1- t preached a very able sermon In the Meth- 1 no p m LY., .Melhourne.Ar, II 110 amII City Lots, Fruit and Vegetable Tracts of all sizes for Investments. Prosphate and"J
h') odist church, at this place, last Sunday no a m L.. .... .Jen.en..Ar 11M P m I
I
1.-l ,'E/.I, Eau Game, Fla.If morning. _tllno"m 130_ _P mAr I.Y..Jllplter..Ar, Palm ttuach..Ly 9m 900 pm am ; ORANGE GROVE LANDS on West Coast.

IlAUDKKVILLB AND CITY POINT.-The For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for

pastor A. C. Slrdedeld, will Providence I SUIIJECT TO CHINOS: WITHOUT NOTICE. ARMOUR; CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS,
you are in search of bargains; permitting preach at Hanleeville and Tbl time table shows the time at which the Fertilizers, Chicago Ill. Chicago HI]
read the ADVOOATK columns steamers m V be expected: | l to arrive it and In-
carefully. Cltyl'olnt. next Sabbathat 10 a. m., and 1'f! r pan from IIaeveral landings. but their arrUal _Avenue D, over Bank MIAMI FLORIDA. _
2 p. m., respectively. ,v Tf'ir11v or departure. at the time*.tat..d I'a not|ruarnt -
TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. i .. eit.nor d."..the company hold Itself reitpon- =
Bishop Gray's appointments In Bre Idle for any delay or any tionne vard county are as follows: lierefrora, :I::E MIMS: :: : s :r. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.DBAI.EH .

The following are the times of arrival Banyan H-irch 8th; Georginnn, March > .w, 1 Steamer connect with the Florida. East Coast IN1 -
and departure of passenger trains to and Oth; Titusville, March 13th; Courtenay'! railway a*follow
from Titusville: 14th Merrltt March 15th, a. in.; BOOTH BOCSD.ar .
March ; .. ..TackionTllle .. .. ... .......... ....83.1amArrive
Cocoa, March 15th, p. m.
BOI-TlllllHlNI 1 Rockledge..3 311 pm C'-a- 1 yC7 s2

Leaves Tltu.rllle for Miami, and, 1} "4",:5 pnt put Leave RocUedfie XOBTR-BOCTfD.........................123pm I: ._ C'-a-
.Interniu.llute jmlut fi\K p in For Sale Arrive.,_.... T 20 p min CD .....
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Arrl".1. from Jitckxonvllle It':/iu: *..'" time to connect with all train for the
: choice land at Georgian .
11 acres north and west
Sanford "liaKOBTIHIOUMD. : Xearly 200 irlp">ntlo bird itandlnn 8 to 10 feel
fronting Indian and Banana Rivera part- high, welghlug'211010CIIIpounds! MOlt. Ostrich O. O. OIDB, Secretary, RenrJ office, bank F
2:10: ly cultivated. $1,100.00; terms to suit ne w. eggs.ostrich ilttlng and baby ostriches building:,St.AIlC.tlne. Fla. y
Leave.Tltmvlll for Jackonvllle 1 3 yin' p'.S lust hatched O. O. OLKADOH .r"lAtent1ellt. steamboat
Address, : harm ;
Intermediate points }at air: pm tulile wtucrt visitors through the ex.ilalnlnit wharf Rockledge. .
J ':It!am COURTLAND BCCKMAX: all about the bird,thelx nests habit., T. T. RBBHK.: Agent. steamboat wharf Palm
.. for Sanford .. 1:00: a.W 22 Hogan St., Jacksonville Fla. lumavo, eta Beach Fla. ALSOGENERAL REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS, BLA SMITHING, ETC