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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: March 16, 1900
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00063
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS IF YOU WANT SOMETHING elegant -Now Is the time to get yon horses -The weather and moonlight nights HUNTING AND FISHING ON AMONG THE HOTELS.

In dental wOI'k. go to Dr. Dodnon.Supt. clipped. M. J. Dnrkln at the Tent factory this week have boon lovely. THE EAST COAST- -

Lnd Topics of General Interest. of Public Instruction .Ino. II. will\ do a fine job for you cheap Attorney Jas. Andrews of Tlbbnlit The ADVOCATR I I" now on file at all

Sam, of Courtney, made a ilyingvisit Judge 1>. I,. Onulden left, Friday spent a day or HO In town this week, Will anti Fred Saegar: who went out the best hotels lu New York city.

jclety and General Gossip. In connectionwith to town on Wednesday.Mrs. for DeLand and with we learn the he Is having there.a Little Miss Stella; Ilmlgo; has just received for a hunt, one day: last week In the Hat Whero to stop along the East Coast.

[ Itlsouyne Hay, Lake Worth, Indian, A. I). Penny Is now behind the spell of sickness grippe for her bountiful Shetland pony woods few miles went of here i bagged! SOP list of hotels on 7th page.

Banana and Halifax" Illver, Key West. counter at Kline stole during the absence -Mr. Julius Kline\: left last: Saturday a new buggy; and harness to take the two elegant! ,specimens of wild! I liii keys Do
other Important I'olnti along the of Mr. Kline in Now York. I afternoon for New York where he will place of the outfit .destroyed the I'e- with other game: says our Tlljlmls\ our' you want to purchase) a hotel nod
"nd..11 he for month for his stoic cont lire.-Miami News. roHpondunt.Prof. '\ cottages f If you do, road nil on 7th
a buyinggoods
Bast Coast of Florida.. Brief mention of "09" NEW COLUMBIAS AT $..0- pago.

Interesting; E"en'frmu Varlou. 1'art Ladies or Gents. Write to 0, F. in Titusvllle.Mr. Tourists should not labor under the CluiH., It. Cory of Boston who

of the World About I'oople You Know Paddlson, Eau Gallic, Fl.1Ifr. :\. Alfred D. Viler a prominentresident erroneous Impression that: the hot season has been on a tau, d.ws' tUhingaml. 1 \hunting Those about to visit Florida: would do
and People You Hou't Know Picked of Philadelphia: \ is on n trip hiss. set In In Klonda.. There Is. more tilp down in Dado county has returned well to note the names of the best hotel
-.- AVm. 11[. ] of the.
up by Our Society: Editor and a large staffof Bank of Brown left president here Wednesday down the East Const, and will\ probablygo cool weather to come In April Do not to Piilm Boaoh. I'ho Professor's at which to stop I on our Ttli pago.
Bay Biscayno
Correspondents. scattered along the for as far as Nassau. I return north too early. trip wan quite successful and now ho Mr. W. .1. Ootc.i'1 day clerk nt Hotel
Florid I Miami to IIIJcnd A few days is ready to boat' tho at golf.\ .
Ka t Coast of boys Bitoklngham. Aiigus'llno, IN making
-Mr. and Mis. B. F. Ivcs and family -Mr. James' Richly of New Haven,
-M. J. Durkin, "Mickey"! at the Tent who have been fit their orange I glove:I at Conn., who him. liven" upending' tho past Our Tlbbnl correspondent says: Mr.\ ninny' lends. by his genial characteristics. -

THE ADVOCATE factory will Leaveol'deratn do a stylish job In clipping LaGrange during the past. few months, summer at Nassau, returned to Miami: Harry Jennings made his llrst attemptthis .
R.Wilson'e.Mrs. .
$1.50 per annum In advance. yourbo1'8e. expect to return to their homo In Philadelphia lust week vlstlng the family of Con st-nson, one tiny lastwi-ek. at trolling. Mr. J. Mam-o[ Htlll 'lioUU. the fort" an.

1.00 .' six months Jane Djxun who has been In next TucHdny.Mia. tractor Joseph. McDonald! + and 1 lion. RIIIIIIII\1cl.'o.I(1.lln hauling Inthreo <>I"'llitbuut. chief. cleik of Hotel Magnolia\ St Augustlnu ) -

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. town for H while visiting her son, l>r, John II. Holll.v. Mr. Uellly !left Monday lif IIvo minutes Mr, JcmuingHsupposed where ho meets many of his oldllmo -
.
When you subscribe for the ADVb- J. M. Dixon, lutuiucd to Cocoa ou Wed -: Alice P. Hudson nnd her ulster morning for, New Ilnvcn. !Mrs. Joseph lu had broko. tho record and friends..
the It does not cost you nesday. !Mrs.\ Daloy, of New Ronhellu X. YH A. McDonald 1 and l Miss McDonald of would be ablo to secure tho licit, HO hung
;ATR by year visit Ormond Illustrated folders\ of the fine East
have been enjoying a to
him fur St. his rod and reel
for tho .
included. Miami iiccoinp.inlecl an as u\(> dny.Mr
urea cents per week postage -Miss Minnie Johnson, of Cocoa after this. week. They are Interested in the Const hotels, eto., to b" given away, free
Note date of expiration printed upon spending several nutnths visiting hur slitter Fleming grant, on the Sebastian!: lUvor, Augustine. (Geo. If. Fomald. of Sanford, made at tilt ADVOOATK: olllco. Sum! two-cent
our paper or wrapper every week. Thin Mrs. C. B. .., In BraUlentown and their many friends are pleased to -Mrs.' 1 S.: S. yworth and Miss (linen I tho llnost catch of whit I II lot of I the ..(\IIHOII. stamp to pay I potttago. *

[M a receipt for your money. No need hUll returned' to her home. see them on the East Coast again. K. Key worth, of Baltimore" Md., arrived I Tuesday having caught' thirty line ones,
.or veto send receipt for subscription. In town last: Friday owning. They are says the New Smyrna./ Breextt. Thin Is .'m!Ir. Orlando A. Jones' of Brooklyn
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-Mr, and Mrs. J. W. B.tllantluo: who -Mr. C. N. Thompson, one! of the proprietors N \ ,, owner of Hotel Indian River nnd
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['he date gives It to you.i11r" old and respected" lends of :\11'. II. W. onv of the 'gumlost:: little tlsli wo have, an
In have been spending the winter nt"Cliy of the McFarland Fruit Protection Reynolds, of this place., with whom theyare I well an the fittest flavored. Mr Fornaldprefers land etc., eommeatedtherewith
this
Please place paper your Point have gone to Fort White Fla.: fora Co., has joined Sells' Circus in Co. stopping Miss\ Keyworth Is quite) a catching thorn to any other Ih.h. foratemiy uwuod, by Mr. M. F.

ofiding room. couple of weeks. They will soon leave lumbus 0., of which he Is manager. He bright young lady and our bnchtelorboys and( brings In a flue string of them every Dwyor, of Brooklyn N. Y., onmo up to
The INDIAN RIVER ADVOOATK: l Is on : for tlfolr home in Somorvillo N. J, will\ bo with them nil\ the summer. Columbus say they hope she will remain In Titus- time he goes, out, which Is every day town, from Kocklodge, on Tuesday

tie at; the following news-stands, at five i -Mrs. and Mrs. Geo. A. Cantine, of In the winter quarters of this ville\ all the sum in or. Mrs. Keyworth while here.Messrs. The St. George hotel I St.:> Augustine,

:ants Tltusville per copy B.: R. Wilson & Son. Newburgh N. Y., are guests of the New fine Monday show, which Mr. Thompson joinedon expects her son here shortly. Chas. F. Naethlng and lion. has. boon full to overflowing the pant

J. B. Screven. Rockledge, Kockledge, Their son, Francis -Your attention Is drawn to tho big Foster S., Wm. II. Naething and'I 'V. J. few weeks, and' Manager( II. S. Green
Jacksonville-Rathbun hotel. M., Is also with them. It l Is a year -SIr Henry Lynch Blouse of Mayo, display ad. of the Kngle:: Clothing Storeon 11 axle wood, of NeVI''ol'k' arrived In and Chief Clerk J. M. Lorrlmer have
ago since they were on Indian River and ]Ireland who was guest of the Palm boon kept continually on tho rush tryingto
<< St. James hotel. our nth: page.; This store has one of town Monday\ and( At once boarded 1I1r.Naethlug' .
U Windsor hotel.St. they are enjoying themselves Immensely.Mr. Beach Inn during January has returned the j biggest! stocks of clothing on tilt house-boat Rose Marie for a accommodate all those who applied. .

Augustine Alcazar hotel. R. W. Parsons, second vice-pres from Ireland with a party of friend. East Coast, and you can bo elegantly fishing and hunting cruise on tho Indian for admission to this comfortable hos

Ormond-Hotel Ormond.RockledgeIIotel ident of the F. E. C. Railway and Steamship lie made a quick business trip to his Ittted out at a price that will\ surprise Haniina and Halifax rive I" Thoy telry.

Indian River. line, passed through hero Monday home In the old country, and Is now 10- you When In need of anything do not ale n little lute In coming down but A new feature of the Ormond, livery I I.

Palm Beach-Royal Poinciana. on his way to Miami. Mr. Parsons seems celvlng hearty congratulations from his fall to call or write to the Eagle Clothing Prof. John Lallln, who Is in command, of the (Shetland ponies. 'I'hey.lrlve nicely

.' U The Inn. to be continually on the move In the Interests numerous Lake Worth friends. Store, In the ADVOCATE: block, Titus. the boat, promises them some due Ipol't.1I1r. single: <(
of Mt'. Flagler'a road and steam Wrltinst UII from Detroit Mich., this v 111 e. Goo. A. Cantlno, of Nowburgh N. groat favor with theIsdicsandlihlldren.

rr Reading notice ads. are ten cents ships. week Mr.\ E. H.D. James says: "I have Wilting the ADVOOATK from Washington Y,, who Is spending a few weeks at the ( 'fhe eleetrlclaunch.

per line on this page.If -Rev. J. T. Huntington of Hartford rend many a country paper In my time, (:la", on Wednesday, 1111'". G. T. New Rookledgo hotel, KooklodtfO( was es and tho Princess Isscna are also very
but I under the that Miss\ Jeannette Paddlson, yopulitr. with the ,, of the (hotel,
you want to buy goods of our Conn.; and his sun. Dr. 11. Huntington, am Impression your Anthony (nee ), out !fishing Monday! and among otherfish guests
Titusvllle merchants read their ads on of New York, have been enjoying a visitto pink paper l Is one of the best. It Is newsy furmerly of Titusvllle says: "We are he hauled in was a sergeant Huh and during favorable weather they are
clean neat and a credit to the whole having dreadful winter weather-nothing which weighed There liberally patronized.
th> page. their mange grove at Lyrattn, this lijlbs. are very
week. They expect to beat Hotel Or- East Coast of Florida. You deserve every but snow, sleet and rain; and all we few of these fish caught In Indian River, Hotel Alnnxar, St. Augustine under
-County Supt J. O. Fries has been on mond to-morrow and visit Titus- success. The ADVOCATE: has been nan do Is to Hit by our big cheel'fllllireM( ; and Mr Cantine ban been receiving con'grittulatlons the management: of Mr. Jos. I'. Groove
the sick list at Orlando for a couple of vllle ere returning noith.Messrs. .may tlio means of Inducing many of my friendsto keep wal'm. and wish. we were on Indian upon his good luck. Now -with Mr. Asa S. Loomis his valuable

weeks or so. go to the East! Coast. River.! We ale always anxious to get let us hear front the other fishermen In assistant-grows In popularity as its

-Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton have McMurray <& Baker, the well Messrs. Chas F. Naethlng and( Wm. the pink paper on Huturday, nights" for Itockle.'ge. year Increase and has hail a phenomenal

been spending several days in St Augus- known harness dealers bicycles In etc.carriages who wagons, I II. Naething of New York were among It Is like a long letter from home There have boon some remarkable Huh patronage this season. A number of

tine, this week. burned ,out in Jacksonville, were, have recently moved I the pleasant callers at tblll office on'I'u8s- Congressman Robt.. W. Davis, who stories from Ormond published I In the regular winter residents are there, together

-We send one paper free to all our their headquarters to the foot of Main day. Mr. Chas. F. Naethlng has the has been upending a lew days at his home ADVOCATU of lute, says n oommpondent' with many &guests who are enjoy.
advertisers. When the ad. l Is discontinued street where they will be glad to aee all I' thanks of the ADVOCATE for a presentof In Palalka left for Washington on Wednesday but the following Is o. k.: Messrs .F. ing Its hospitality for the first, time.

the ADVOOATK l is also discontinued. their old and new customers. a very beauttfully-gotten-up: album nl ht.Ir.! Davis Is In excellent H. Lovoll, of New York Rmll E.!: I D. Buf- Mr Gronvos I I" again nt the helm with
containing one thousand portraits,scenes, health. Ills numerous.* f.lendsllre doing tingtonof Worcester, secured. the largest an organized:; ( force hat moves along R*
-Editor J. W. White Mr. R I. Riles etc., in connection with the Dewey" celebration good work for him, and the ADVOCATE catch of llsh of the season somethingover smoothly a* n marriage{ bell; and Mr.
-Father O'Boyle, after paying a visit to and Passenger Agent Benj. II. Hopkins, In New York. It may be seen has little doubt of his re-election. Congressman 151) last Saturday In TliornpMon'n' Looml I II again at the head of the oflico

Merritt, returned to Daytona last Friday of Jacksonville were among the representatives In thlsofllce.Mrs. Davis has mud, a true and I oieek. It took an electric launch and force presiding over the register with

night. He stopped over here long enough of the Knights! of Pythias who R. II Baxter and Miss Lillian conscientious reproHontatlve; and whilewe two tenders all day to do It, but tho cast dignity and eXI'' I.tlc8a". Mr. Arthur I.
to shake hands with many of his friends.Mr. passed through Titusville Monday afternoon Welch- of Bath Me. who have been on a do not ask any political or other favors was woll worth the lly. Marsh, who ha* grown' up with the system
who en route to attend the Grand from him this paper-on at first- : as cashier, fills an Important position ,
A. Goldie owns an orange few weeks' pleasure trip to the vallonsresorts
Hardwood and Lodge meeting at Key West. Mr. Riles stands firm for the lion. Robt. W. Davis with tact nnd experience. Mr*.
grove at a pineapple Is supreme representative\ of the above along the East; Coast Including Ks-Prenlilnnt Cleveland. at 'HtuarUExPiestdont Twombly the housekeeper, ha* filled\
plantation at Gomez is now at I St.:> Augustine Titusvllle boarded the steamer Corn.
his to or IIHIO| > Oray In Town. the position for dome year mind I hi thor
having returned" from trip! anche at Jacksonville, Wednesday morning |
England; and Switzerland.Mr. er.CQI.. Wlnflold Scott Proskey who en route for New York and home Cleveland and, party have oughly competent. A M. trained eon IK
The Right Rev. Wm. Crane Gray, been here for a week enjoying the line head waiter' with a well armyunder
his: been visiting friends In London and They were, accompanied by Mrs.I W D.
and Mrs.Appleton R. Hlllyer, of of the Southern jurisdiction of him. Mr. John O'Connor fills the
bishop fishing our river says our Stuart correspondent. : ,
Paris for some time has returnedto Mussenden the mother of Mrs Baxter.
past
Hartford Conn., arrived at the Ormond I arrived In town for the of steward. "Henri
Tallahassee where he holds above Flo Ida Tuesday, Mr.\ Joseph Jefferson joined Important position
hotel on Monday. They are next-door : an appointment The party report a very enjoyabletime purpose of holding confirmation! and dollvering them soon after they uamo. Mr. Cleveland : 1 DoiiSHoau I I..* chef and I R. II. Ioiler head
the staff of and
on Oov. W. D. while the East Const they
on ,
,file
neighbors of the Rev J. T. Huntington his annual sermon. There wa pressed himself greatly pleased bellman. Prof. Chas Leralgeanul orchestra
Bloxham. Colonel Proskey Is the bro will south next winter.
probably come
:and it is their first visit to the East ther of Mr. Sam Proskey of only one candidate for confirmation: on with our beautiful surrounding/:( and the are furnishing very satisfactory
Coast: \ Hotel Indian River Kockledge manager where be -Mr.\ B. F. Keith, well known as being this occasion-Miss Emma Wright. Arch fine Jlshlng.. music j Indeed'person'' with cultivated
connected with theatres In Boston and assisted I mnsloal tnstes It.
who deacon B. Brown Bishop Gray --- especially enjoying
-Mr. T. F. Kevins, of Brooklyn to a visit this week.
has been spending the winter with his expects pay New York, to whom we referred all beinga / The attendance wan fultly: good, and the Mla.. Meaiiians In I.".... The Alcazar I III especially popular with

wife and family at Merritt, was In towna -The little baby boy, who recently guest of Hotel Ormond, with his Bishop gave one of his usual talented golfers, and men with golf club are
attending appeared at the home of Mr. and Mrs.B. wife, last week, gave an excellent addresses. Bishop Gray was the guestof much In evidence.' Tho now stand ha
few hours Friday afternoon
to on bustne-ui matters. Mr. W Currier, of Lynn Mass.\ referred dinner on board the yacht Courier at Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Brown while In On Monday, lime I lady golfers at Hotel been greatly enlarged In order to maintain

some will time at to in a recent Issue of the' ADVOCATE Jacksonville, Monday, In honor of their town. Ormond contested for ttn elegant sliver a stock of golf club., ball and other
Xevina tells there \ be a big
us will, hereafter, be known as Benjamin guests Mr. and Mrs. O. Pierre Havens -0 __ 'loving cup presented by Mrs. Baldwin article necessary/ to the votaries of the
Merritt St. Patrick's Dy.Mrs. .
on W. Currier jr. For the benefit of the Mr. Wood, chief clerk at the Mt James Band Performance. and Serenade.On for driving, approaching and, putting genie Mr. W, F. Babbitt, the manager,
W.D. Mussenden of Bath Me., many friends of Mrs. Currier In Ormondand and :Mr. J. Peacock. After dinner a content. The trophy was won by Miss has chargeof| all the new' stand of the
who has been enjoying a vb.it of a few other places along the Fast Coast, sail was tendered the guests to Mayportand Wednesday evening the Indian Mabel' n. Seaman, of Brooklyn who I.a Is 1"tOID. excepting at Ormond and Nassau,

weeks with her mother and sister, at where she l Is well known we may say return which wall highly enjoyedby River Band gave an open-air concert on member of the Dyker Meadow Golf He I hi up In modern literature, and keep

this place, left for Daytona, Ormond that the above lady and little Benjaminare all. The day wan delightful.Mr. the band-5atod, which wan much appreciated Club. Miss Seamana won easily, as she the ADVOCATE and the latest books to
M. Augustine and Jacksonville the end getting along splendidly by a large number our resident I Is a first-class player.A suit all clnsse The manager, who has
II. :M.! Flagler and his of
of last week. Mrs. M. P. Robbins accompanied / party and tourists. who were present. already. been Riving: a succession of delightful
\ A. Miss Laura friends who have been
Mrs. Jas. spending
her sister as far as St. Augustine Itoache ner some Last night the band went to LaGrangefor Delightful "a...... entertainment, ha kindly remembered
McLaughlin, of Brooklyn N. Y.,-wboee time at the Colonial at Nassau' are so
and returned here Monday after- the of serenading Mr. and the ADVOCATE on several
purpose -
marriage on the 25th; of October last was well pleased that they have decided to
noon. Mrs. B. F. Ives and family who are occasion this winter; but we regret prior
announced In the ADVOCATE, passed remain there for an Indefinite period About 300) Invited guests attended avery
their, home In Phila
-Mr. Geo. 1(. Russell, who has been through Titusvllle, Saturday last, fa perhaps Into April. Mr. Flagler has made about to It return to and beautiful delightful dance given under the at engagement tlioso social prevented our belnlCr.rolen&,
looking after his father's property at route to Merritt to join her parents, Mr.and ; a number of visits to Nassau thin season, delphia. was a warm auspices of Jo*. I'. Greaves of Hotel
the
and the moon was out It all Its (Groave had the management of
.Sebastian passed through here last Mrs. Hugh McLaughlin who are I and each time he goes over his visit night, Alcazar, Ht. Augustine, on Wednesday Beach last
and bicycleswere Oriental hotel Manhattan
Friday afternoon, on his way to Cincin- spending the winter on Indian River. 'lengthen Into weeks. lie Is delightedwith / glory. Carriages/ wagon/ night. The Invitations were similar to ,
much to the and he assisted ably
nati. lIe was accompanied by his wife Mrs. Roache-who is very popular-was the scenery and climate of the Bahamas In request carry merrythrong the one received by the editor of the summer wa very
LaGrange where all hud 1 avery Mr. I.Looml During our travels
and child. Mr. Russell said he was accompanied by her husband. Her In- and since his resent visit; began to ADVOCATE, which was as follows: by up
time.A and down the East Coast this
called home owing to the Illness of his dian River friends are always glad to seeher. he has been kept busy In .a social way enjoyable "The ladle of the Hotel Alcazar request hoard. word of season for the

father who l is head of the United States : Mrs. Koache's father did not for with banquets and entertainments which I'renenl for the Church. the honor of your presence at a Alcazar we and many Its prulse The

Printing Company. Mr. and Mrs. Russell get her on her marriage, for be gave hera have beeu given in his honor by the high/ dance to be given Wednesday evening, Casino under, the management management.; of Hnpt.

will be at Norwood, 0., for some time. house on Jefferson avenue, Brooklyn, officials of the Bahamas. Mr.' Flagler/ h'wn'big' cl"lrll-one for the bishop March. I 11th, at 0 o'clock. Pleas present A." M., Taylor, was well: patronized on
about $2.:: ). deserves kind treatment at the this card at the door."
-Mr. Frank C. Donnelly first tenor In worth >,0M certainly and one for the priest-made by Win.Hlndle Saturday. night; last, when there1 were
hands of Uabamlnaa, for he has done The dance wan one of the event of
of Cocoa were shipped to Tltusvllle
the quartette with the Corrlne Theatri- water sports, dancing, etc. Among the
much fur them. the some It
''al Co., Is spending part of a six months FOR SALE, on time or cash all kindsof on Tuesday afternoon, and were season saying even eclipsedthe other office staff of Hotel Alcazar: are Mr.\
last fiance Mannger Robt.
given by
vacation at Nevlns' Rivervlew, Merritt, sewing machines. All kinds of placed In position atHt. Gabriel's Episcopal at Hotel Ponce de Leon. I,. M. Boomer, front clerk, and Jas. G.
where be has been since December. He machines repaired on short notice; Notice. church. The chain are very neatly Murray, ''Uray. night clerk.
of and artistically made, and are quite an -------- -,----
was at one time with the quartette parts and needles furnished. Address,
the Denman-Thompson Co.-called the J. A. ERICKSO.V, ornament to the Interior of the church. Cohen I Iron. to the Front Again. fit. Augustine (:..10...
Old Homestead-and Ilarrlgan and has a P. :0. Box 113.: DeLand Fla._ The regular annual meeting of the Bishop Gray occupied hit. chair for the -
tine tenor voice for a young man. He Stockholders of the Indian River State: first time on Tuesday evening. Both This popular dry good. house ha On Saturday night/ last an ADVOCATE:

.amuses the guests with, his funny sayings Bank Titusvlllo Fla, will meet at theft chairs were promoted to( the church by jut put before the public their new representative noted that the above popular -
Empty Sugar and nice Barrels Banking rooms. Monday April 1(1( lUtK, the Rev J. T. Huntington, of Hartford, '
I and songs. Mr. Donnelly will visit ) Faster good. Such a display has not place of amusement wa orowded by
at3: p. m., for the purpose of electing officers Conn. In remembrance of his deceasedson hundred
witnessed
the Pans Exposition In April. been In Jacksonville before. of sightseers fact we wereinformed
For sale. Address for the ensuing year, and transact John who wan a regular attendantat The new wash material for full dressesand that Itwa the largest attendance

WALTER A. MooRE ing any other business necessary.C. the above church while residing in waist, pongees, swl.*. s, agrngauge, of tourist at any previous. time
For Sale, 30feb 8: George St., Charleston, S. C. S. SCHUYLEH, Cashier.
this section. zephyr, crepon novelties poult de sole, thl *ea on>. Supt. A. !f. Taylor and hUstall

Pure Eden watermelon seed from tissues, madras! mounsullne crepe, oxford of assistant were as busy as bee

fancy melon Price CO cents per pound, Wanted Insurance Agent atli. *, appettafoulanlineseable cord, attending to the large crowd who paid
-- satin, rayed, ClUearetli In beautiful( arrayof for admission. There wa dancing a*
any quantity. A second-hand roller-top desk, in good I have a few car loads of Dry Cypress figure/ and stripes also wash silk, well as water sport, and the spectator
for accident -
1... Wiuso JR. 'Vanted-Ajtent or
manager
condition. Address W. S., care this Lath. now' before the price 1 I" higher
Allendale S.C. or old line Life Insurance'o.. Buy foulard silks, taffeta silks, pooh de sole, were much pleased with the many Interesting -
office. Address Jno. M. Stevens Jacksonville, and lath harder to nectire. I toutardlne, mousellne crepe raye India events of the evening.
0. F. PADf>i of .
dimities In fact and
; anything everything -
ltuckle.1ge. Indian Hirer, For Sale Cheap. Fla. Stamp for reply. 2t Ell" Gallle, Fla. / to suit all style of beauty. When For Bale.

BWIVMM ---- In Jacksonville a visit to this dry
and pay
Has of the most attractive .
best-stocked one stores along the East Coast The loop Golden Rule, large and Shedding Material Fine 1 III1cbelt.If !good. palace; and those out of town The moat desirable property In the

of Florida. You can nod everything you roomy; 40 ft. long, 14 ft. beam; cabin 21 write" to the mall order department and center of Rockledgd. ", on Barton avenue;

need at this store. All kinds of fine groceries ft. long 10 ft. wide by 6 ft. high. Every Was hard to get last year. It will be you need a good chop, steak or anything samples will be mailed to your addre consisting of live acre covered with
and western meats. convenience for water. Good chance to career this year. I have a few" cars of else la the eating line, do not fail, free of charge, and every attention givento thrifty orange tree, also two' cottage

Particular attention paid to the needs get a party boat cheap. Apply to Dry Lumber and Lath for Immediate delivery when In Augustine/ to go to Orange your order thereon. Apply to
If yachtsmen and cruising parties. Mrs. GEO. COOK O. F. P.A.DDI80Y.Eau Howe Lunch and Oyster Rooms,corner COREY DllOTItCRM, WHo )(. MBltwi: Milford\ Conn.

GEO. N. HATCH, Propr. Tltusville, Fla. Gallic, Fla. of Cathedral place, near the bridge Jacksonville, Ha. After Nov. 2otm, ltockludg, Fla


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RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH, 1900.

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... THE POSTAL SERVICE. ngton to Sika at the same rate charged The Eminent Kidney SEED POTATOES.:

for' carrying them from Washington to and Bladder Specialist.

Extension of the limit as to
Hull Alexandria.
RIVE Washington Post:Representative ,

Te.f .of Iowa, Is In favor of a domestic parcels weight of mallable packages would bring

f tDl post on one condition. Speaking of thepandlnfC all freights into mail oars How long Improved ttoso tJ.OO: per barrel. Special piices to large buyers. Write foi tmoolals tel\i.\

D"o intended to introduce will It take to reach that degree of paternalism
measure from largest potato planters! in Florida i
undertake to com
thU alleged leform la our postal service, If we remove ',

ho say*: "I favor it If It can be made plaint by competition? And, having' / Full line of fresh Gaiden and Field Seeds always in stock. Write for price 111, ,

but I do not care to load done that, why should the squelching .
f !J p"c. viSJ sclf-siiHtalnlng,
L. CAMERON.
Seedsman
,p of the government, halt there?
down the malls with parcels if the government power

J ;1fItt4I 1' f9r cle'pritt' must defray the expense of carrying laving[ annihilated the transportation 125 East Bay St.JACKSONVILLE, FLA|

them." The Chicago Chronicle ndustry, why. not go Into the producing

9 : I Induntiles? Is there any logical line of -- -- - -- -- -=
;;:; L' tJa.t says "that l Is right, and that Mr. Hull -- ---

: U also right in his general proposition demarkatlon between governmental con OEOKGE MAUX. JOHN MAUl.rvJ.A.R. .

r.:: .. IhAt "tbcre Is no reason why the postal trol of dlsti'(button and tho same relation'

5- service should not be put upon a paying between government and production : ) JR: <>S.

.. Chronicle adds: ? ,
UasIs. The
\ IiWATERMELON- "'- entire Whatever the people can do for them- The Discoverer of Swamp-Root at Work inBis Wholesale Dealers In
"The proper course Is to put the '

service-that In, every separate branch of sejves reasonably well, the government There is a disease Laboratory.prevailing In thla GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE..,
should not do for them. Tliw postal) ser
it-on a paying basis. If congress will country most dangerous because so deceptive. -- --

do that H parcel post service'can' be rendered vice, the transportation of letters, newspapers Many sudden deaths are caused byIt
( rates the capacity and magazines, In a business that heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure 131 and 133 East Hay Street and O and 8 Newimii Street,
at satisfactory ,
cannot bo well pel'formed in all putts of or apoplexy are often the result of kidney JACKSONVILLE, FIA.
of companies can be chucked, advance
expicsH disease. If kidney trouble Is allowed to
the free delivery system extended and the country by private enterpilse. But the kidney-poisoned blood will attack

letter CH.reduced. Hut no gratuitous this Is not true of the transportation bus tho vital organs, or the kidneys themselves ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CI1We

----- bo the foundation of iness. And unless we desiie to enter In break down and waste away cell by cell.
-- must
vice
class Then the richness of the blood the albumen
will
that log
CULTURE genuine postal reform." to and push on In course leaks out and the sufferer has Brlght's \ are headquarter for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and (Cow Pel!

Whatever of "gratuitous>> class service" ically lead right; on to communistic paternalism Disease, tho worst form of kidney trouble.Dr. guaranteed genuine. Wo also carry a full lino of Day, Grain and Feed.\ AVen :

FLA. Mar 12, 11)00.Kditor ) there Is In our postal system should beeliminated. we should not adopt the par Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new discovery your Oranges and Vegetable Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
DKFuNIAKSI' Di014, ,
of continental Europe. Is the true specific for kidney, bladder
There tons of piloted cel post system MARX BROTHERS Jacksonville
ore FIL
thousands'of
and urinary troubles. It has cured
lliver Advocate :
Indian matter caniod In the malls every day at However well It may comport with conditions apparently hopeless cases, after all other We only Sell to Dealers.

In the multiplicity of the Southern a loss to the (government which has no In Germany, where the govern efforts have failed. At druggists In fifty-cent

farmers' crops the watermelon Is very claim to favorable consideration. Publications ment owns the railroads and make a and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free

apt to 1)O Bomewliat'ovcr-loohed and not for advertising bungle of their management! It Is not In by mall, also a book telling about Swamp.
which printed only
are
Root and its wonderful Address
receive the attention Its Importance calls and have no regular subscription iiarmony with our plan of government. cures.N. Y. and
/ purposes, Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, John B. Stetson
for. Take It all and In nil, there aie list, are distributed by millions Atlanta Constitution. mention this paper. University

very few crop that give bettor return of copies at postal rates far below the

for time an
to Insure the bent success, a proper beginning and the franking privilege confined \ DELANO, FLOIUDA.J .

must bo made. In selecting a to reasonable! limits, there would be no Relieving that every citizen and every IN ...rmcuiT" .. Circuit COURT or Florlilil OF TUB In ami SEVKNTH fur lire-'.

location for thin crop It IK essential that deficit of postal revenues. Hut the publishers nduRlry within the State of Kloild.i are van! County. lu Chancery. -

the field lias a Houthern expoHiire and of fake weeklies and monthlies vitally Interested In public highways, Andrew J. Pen_ )>'....R Rerrlver, 1 I Oriler Partition.V8 to "i:, '..lZAO TJ( f\A\ .LI

located so that the moinlng nun shines appear to I.e so stioogly backed In congress and beln({ fully convinced of the livnefltR mention ttrnllmrs&Company et al. J f IXilcnilunts to Appear. f'f'r
a Corporation j
directly on tho crop, fur there tit all the that there is little hope of loosening to be derived from discussion' and 1 conference To Howiinl I'. Hull, of Ar'lnirton New York 11 .
,
difference Imaginable between waterII the over this. Important question. a William !M'-Cnhe Hint William H. Ti.vlc-r ot ,. 'h .
and to franking
theli gilp, as
Toronto, Camilla; Kmll E. (Court of HIM United
roelouH grown where they get( the full business It bids fnir, If not checked, to State Good Roads I Convention is. hereby IiIt.tro.ilYI.r"ar; phor'. OtH"... WaNhinjrton,
.
!>. o..JI& <> 1'orrv.of New York ()Ity N. w
benefit of the morning sun than UIOHM be held in Orlando Fla., on )
free.diatilbutlon called to .if
cover the free piloting ami York; tliu Kllsworth Trust Cnmtianv" : ('bl-

grown where Ibla condition does not of anything and everything that can March 22 and :23!:J, 10.10. It Is desired of cuK'i 31.f, Illinois Olvlrilou, u.troet.C'bleultn.corporation ; E.4 Illinois Jo Kllsworth; John

exist possible bo utilized In a political cam that the Commissioners of each of the C Ainemlt HMI| JomnllL: U. Amunile Ills wile ofClucann
the location U U necessary Illinois; Auirimta l>. \\nttU-H, ofKM
After selecting several counties appoint ono or more
paign.: awo r, Now York; unit to parties to the
that the nature of the soil should Hut how does it happen I that the Ohio- delegates. Also that all cities, towns, IdoncpH complainant, quantities unknown Interest as to their ami proportionate Hitmen, re...

be suoli that It will yield the proper ago! Chronicle, a paper that professes to boards of trade, Improvement associations I'll ir..i. In the property nought to be partitioned .

quality of melon; n light, sundy loam be an exponent of JetTersonlau and Jeffersontan bicycle clnlm and all ,other oiganlxatlons Whereas In, tho the ahove attorney entltleil for the suit complainant

And of iv warm nature U the best soil for democracy, comes out In advocacy having fur their objlJcts the public hog Ktateil In an afllilnvlt iluly tiled hln belief

the crop. Another prime essential l of the extreme paternalism, embodied ,good: send representatives.\ that reftlilonta earh of of other the aLiove-namotl states or countries fleremltintii. than the are For Doth Sexes. T his Scliolnstio Year Beg '

thorough preparation previous to plant- In the paicels post bill? Tnero Is Arrangements are being made for practical "Htat. of riorliU, H'eclr\liir|' | an partlriilirly a* Is
known t.l him their reapui-tlve. plnco of rentcluucu -
Ing the aoa In liln belief, arh of them over the age of
are
; plowed with a good fuming plow stands. For" many years the government generally, but more especially, upon the twenty-one year.. College, Aciulemlc, Normal, Art and Mimic Departments Largo commoili:
and everything In the sbtVpa of vegota- business following points: Now therefore von are earh of yon ax well RR
has been doing an express i the unknown defendant, required to appear to Doimitory buildings with perfect sanitary arrangement, "I.teslan'oter, etc.,
tlon plowed under, and after plowing, the .' scarcely justified by sound principles, The best plans and methods of constructing the bill of complaint of Andrew .). Perry, UNRcnolver
land should bo thoroughly; worked with pnblio roads. The ,ver ui.11 lenMon Itror.hi'rt an I Company, suilng perfect lienltlifulness ; buildings heated by Kteflni thruughout ; f.icultyol
and by no means la harmony with the permanent a Corporation, ot al.. filed In till Court to effert
either harrow or harrow-teeth cultivator. old time democratic creed. But now it cost of construction where woik linn a partition of aome thrt> en thounandHvrpo trained and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue containing full infoimati,
ail
of land In Township :JT! miurh raniieti
If the previous crop has boon such thai Is proposed to copy the methods of the been Inaugurated. How thall funds bo ami I 3Y eatt.In Hrevard i ounty Florida and to Address? J. F. FOKBES Tiesiilcnt.
It clean culture the land will bo In for road building? Bicycle paths enter your appearance. In Paid caiiHe ac.theClerk's
got paternal governments of Europe, and raised OlhVe of this court In Tltnovillo, Klor. - -- -
good shape, but If In stubble, cousldern freight and our their construction In connection with, orIndependent Ida upon the Uth dav April.' A. ]>., lUoo exceptthe
make our postal cars cars defendanta William !MrCahe and William
ble pains must be taken so 1\11 to get; ail postal clerks express mosseugeis. The of public highways. Improvement H Tavlor of Toronto Canada, anil the unknown H. A. HODGES. ').
defendant, who are each n> clods thoroughly pulverizer) Jly favorite of streets In towns and villages. \-
Chronicle Intimates that this radical departure In our Clerk's Ulllco on the "th day of Manufacturer of

crop to precede watermelocia isweot from the original, Intent of the ; What is the best material for the May A. D. IIHMI.'
It is further directed that this or lerbo pubHaded -
potatoes, for in the digging of this postal service, thIs enormous Injection of purpose available In the state? A full with a* little ,delay an may be In the ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...

crop the land Is put In almost perfect paternalism Into a department necessarily report from nach county in the state as INDIAN, fc'lorid.i, KIVBK once ADVOCATR.a week lor piihllHho't four conse'at Tltunville ntiveweekH ROUGH AND DRESSED. Ornngw! Box Ilo.nU\ Fruit and Vret< ,bio (Cm: :

condition for a succeeding! ; crop of mel of Impioved road 1. mateiial aM to the def ndintn whose r .IoIOl..es .:
to some extent, paternal, Is necessitated to amount are herein atated to be within the ITnlted States; Any ono contemplating Mlirddlng tlietr |lnrnirs| or oranges "i' >uil ons. After putting the soil In as good by the exactions of ex picas com panles. used, cost of construction, plans adopted and onre a week for elirht eoiiHcrntlve. weeka. aa any pan of 1'"IOl'ldlwoul tin >'t'li!! to wilte\ for julc. ". The saw mllU ,'re loca' J''
shape as possible, lay1' it oil in furrows of democratic etc. to the defendant resident In Canada, and the at Buffalo P.inff near Pah"kll.u the J., T. K. \\'. 1\: '. Lumber tHvi\ i iA to ipart
the business
Is It our unknown defendants. ,
eight foot elIcit way, and where thesefurrows entering This. convention has the endorsement It U further directed that the clerk of this of the E.ist Coast. Address: II.( A. IIDDGES, liufl.iU> Ii.uff. FIL"AIIJ.lSm"to
to regulate prices by
government ; Court, within twenty days from the making ofthta
check scatter, for three or four into a cut-throat competition with of the president of the State flood Roads ortler I tlo I post a eopv :hereof at 1u CourtHouse _
door of Hrevard County, and 1 that he
feet each way about a ponnd and a half men engaged In all sorts of occupations? Association of Florid.' 'It,U especially semi by mall a copy hereof to each of the defendants 18M:>((1. t'

of a high grade; fertilizer, and mix thoroughly of with desired that the County Commissioners whose residence la glvrn In the
No man or set men can compete affidavit upon whirl this order In 'based.l .
with the soil. Tills fertilizer tho United States If congress undertakes of the several counties a"tively co-operate >one and ordered at the Clerk's Office at :Bond Co
Tltii_vllle, Florida thin 7tb day of March, A.
should analyst about seven per cent to perform tho work In which he or they In this movement, and see to it that H., IDtK\ ). : I

phosphoiia acid and eight per cent potash the their counties are represented.W. A.A.STEWART,
for
can employ
engaged congress .
are [AKA 1.1] Clerk Circuit Court Hrevard Co.Dmar27apl niiil
Manutiictuieis of Dealvis
and two or three plir cent nitrogen. taxing. power, and thereby make up for L. PAMMEII, 1 1W.'lV. riy O. A. BrKWAitT, 1>. C.Sherln.s .

Falling to bo able to get this grade of, losses Incurred. And where Is the logical STO }[ Committee. Sale. LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDIRC CEIUMouldings

fertilizer, mix six hundred poundsacid end of such competition? Why not meet MAIU.ON GOKK, J ,

phoaph.ito, two hundred and ilfty tho complaints of high freight charges AND HY VIRTUE: OF ANKXKCU- Turning and 1 Scnill Sawing; Also Veneered ami :>n\"eil o 1'1lice\
pounds Biilphiite of potash and apply a freight business UNDER Issued out nf the County Court for
the
by going Into general FOR WIDOWS AND ORPHANS Hrevard ,Florida in a cause therein and Vegetable Ciares. Wo solicit coirespondsuce.\
County
couple of weeks before planting time, ? Why, when complaint Is made olexoibitant pondlnit, wherein F. B. Komi the and Hond.1 1) Conrad Lumber Saw, Planing and :bhingle: Mills\ at Bonds Jllllx, on J., T. & K W. R'y. Yard
and when the well doing bnsinesa as
are apply
plants up, passenger rates, should not Of the Itrltlah In the Hmitti African War eartnera y. are plalntiirn, and. O. H. Williams Is UeLnnd! and Titusvllle.

bout ono hundred and fifty pounds the government go Into a general passenger A meeting/ British residents of Florida defendant 1 have levied the upon anil and best will bidder sell at
ptibllo auction, to highest
nitrate of soda In the Immediate vicinity business? was held in Jacksonville on Saturday, for cash. In front of the Court Hnnae door', at
of the hllU ami, work in. This is Just nsI TltUBVIIIu during the legal hours of sale, upon FOR $3.20.
fromVash
I The malls\ carry packages the 24th ult., to consider the desirability! ttie .

near a complete watermelon fertilizer as of subscription toward some FJHST MONDAY IN APRIL A. D., 19(10,
raising a ,, '
ono can wish. the following described real estate, sltnato In Sent to us by Express\ postofflco oul(>r or New York Exchange, 'e'
watermelons for ono or other of tho, charitable funds necessitated Tltu-vllle Florida and standing on tho public send you by Express, CHARGES: PREPAID,
In growing shipping, by the present South African records in the name of U. 8. Williams, the delendant .
has and avoid too to wlti FOUR FULL
ono to try nltiogonoua QUARTS
war. It was pointed out that such subscriptions Lot I of the subdivision nf lots :.10, 30, 40, 41 .
a fertilizer; stiblo' manure iind compost: being sent to the Mansion and I 4J nf Jovnervllle addition of Tituavllle M.
were
shown l fertillzeis never give the high grade House from British subjects in all parts In the onlceof/ the C'lerk: of the Court of lirevard .
melons that commercial fertilizers produce County L>lnic and being In the norm
of the world, and a strong feeling was half of lot 8, Hection 3, Township 2J aoiithKange .
lu fact, all this class of fertilizers shown that we In Florida ought not to 3A east. according to the Kuvernment anrvej anil. Calhoun Pure Rye Whiske
lot sold 8. F.
being the same by Gray
solid l Is
are to be avoided if a shipper :
deed recorded I
be unrepresented. wife to <). H. Williams, aa | homo l is used In book O. n., 10 llrevard County dueil
wanted. For use page
compost The Mansion! House fund Is l divided Into records.February. We Rhlp In PUIS PAC'AOf:!'!. no mark.. to Intll Rt ..ontentA (which wIll Rvnhl ll'ment
with mineral fertilizers suclr as phosphate 5,1'JOO. ,) WIen )'nlt Re It an.1 to..t It. Ir It IA nnt MtI "ctClry. relurn It Rt ot'll JoXI': : '
many channels, and of these the j. r. imow.v, ynur $3. 1 will he cheerrully rerun.I.I, Thl. WII.kor: I. ."1',1, ..an $11 00 IIno". In th t'.
anil, potash and will give falrjygood ) Sheriff. We are 010"at hand Rn.l..au "Iv.. Qt'IC'K R Jo :J.n'aICIhlln ,1I..tant h"u.e..
\ and Orphans" fund was felt tube F.J. Wpun ,,,
results but if the season l Is wet, Widows Attorney for flaintilTa. 'Jniar3 be"n ""ln1t.1"' ...." In thl.. "Ilf.an..rOIl, u"'O) .tan.1 r"r ......r III YEA ns. R".I ,.. t"" fT.'.
; "
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the one most deserving.A h I'O-'SIUJLITY: Allin ICtt'tTAflu1"" fur bonetlt deaU\la!. we reteI' )'ou. to auy lIIer."t
tho. vines will )be apt to scald very bad whose the editor or tble Iaper.
committee of three, names Notice.
:SOLOMOX: & LEVI
after heavy rains. --- ,
at the foot hereof was appointed
In melon ,growing: ,: ns in everything :JI appear la lierebv Riven that on the 21st day 1028 A 1030: First Avenue.BIRMINGHAM.
The enjtineermis\lntlerstooclthe signal; to send out clrcuUrs and invite subscriptions NOTICE. A. I> 11"10.! or aa. soon thereafter... 1 A.
else, one has to study his market, study railroad collision requested to forward can be heard I will ..1'1,1:0to: hla Honor I>. L. P. O. Box No. :33.: ,
and

and there was frightful you aro
Qanlden. County Jndxe of Hrevaril County foi
the vailety of melon rcciuested lu that with terrible loss of, life. The wholecountry ottering nt once to any of those a llnal settlement of UIT accountx and approval >y"rErMe.pr t,. >riwrlmrl">*"> nIL Polnta. rBHrh.-il l.v "WUTHKBV FXI-Hr1": :
market; and net accordingly; and thtaboing was appalled by that accident. your of my distribution. of the assets of the F.state: olH. .v: .point on hue* of uthrr 1'xJr.o": | Canlv.., up |>r".uay. only to p.ilnt* )
is doubtless far loss ol com mltteemen.i C. !Smith deceased and for my II I"e'u..gerrom Hoiithern hmirenn fumnanv tra,, f.-... to aalil other |,'."|ir..- r..nniany. 0'
ona of the recognized cash crops, There a greater the admlnlatratonthhi of said estate, .._ __
life occurring every day in various sections i At the meeting\ :: above referred to, a 'V. I. ALLEN."
ripening, in eighty to one hundred daytfrom of the for which the only i of about three hundred dollars was Administrator.Jensen O.
sum 0
country o :s: S J3 L 0hI.I: : &
planting the seed.one can aiTord Is "the doctor didn't understand Fla'j Sept.. th. 1101)! .. _
excuse ,- promised, and all help even in small sum Rubbuia Graham Att'ja for Administrator. .
to give-It a little extra attention. Atthre the symptoms." These caws are 311,01: 510 IV. Itny St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
will be welcome.
cents each there is more money In watermelons not the subjects of special inquest or the F. 'V. A\VAnD
would! be aghast at the sacrifice Service
country Daily
than in almost any crop the W. 1). Wiuris.WM. .
of life to Ignorance.It .
Southern farmer can make and therefore M. A.IIA",
has been the experience of Dr. R. V. Jacksonville Fla.We OX THE
tho crop should not bo neglected Pierce and his. -staff of assistant physicians ,

but given the first place and If this U that ninety-eiltht out of everyhun.lre have saved ninny doctor bills since Ocklaaltallivcr..
i submitting to their
done and the shipping properly managed,, treatment< persona can be cured. People given we begun! to use Chumbeilaln's Cough
the returns will satisfactory Remedy in our home. We keep a. bottle in Florida with
prove very by the local physicians, weak, emacIated Xothlng can compare
up
C. K. McQuAHKiK. with stubborn coughs and bleeding open all the limo and whenever to catch nny] cold of I 'a trip on the World! Famous Ocklawaha
my family or myself begin
have been absolutely cured by
lungs I lord( to miss it.
and River. N'o tourist can
A. R. DeFluent editor of the Journal, the use of I>r. Pierce'* Golden Medical we begin to use the Cough Itemedy,
DoylestovMi, Ohio suffered for a mini Discovery. .ax a result we never have to send away A steamer leaves I'alatklfor Sliver

bcr of years from rheumatism In hit Sick people are invited to consult Dr. for a doctor and Incur n large doctor bill Springs at 12.t\: p. m,, after anlval ol

right shouider and side. He says: "My Pierce by Utter' free. All letters are for Chamberlain's Cough certainly liemedy medicine never trains from Jacksonville and St. Augustine
o full to It la a
cure.
times useless, and treated, as
right arm at was entirely held as strictly private sacredly
I tried Chamberlain's 1'ain Italm, and! confidential.< Answers are mailed of grdat merit and worth.-D.8. Mearkle; ; every day except Suo.J.\,.

was surprised to receive relief almost in plain envelopes without any printing General Merchant. and For Farmer sale :\\attle\ Returning leaves Silver Spring at 1:30p. :
Bedford Pa. by drug
county.
Immediately.; The Pain Halm has beer on them. and medicine dealers.WANTEI m., after arrival of trains from Tampa,
A" constant companion of mine ever sioc *.lat aprlng X wa..taken with _re pain* in gists !
and it never falls." For sale by drug my cheat, ami won. ao weak I could h.rdly..alle Ocala and Jacksonville ; every day except -
bout the hatiM," any Mra. O. K, Kerr, of Port > RKVFRAI. PERSONS FOR DIS.
and medicine dealers.ET Monday.W. .
gists Itadce\ Wehatft Co., Iowa. "I tried aeverairhyaiciana Onice Manager* Ilk thla atat to repreooot -
and they toll) me t had consumption, ma in their own and aurrtHimtlnicconntlei.
We would esteem the favor If our Dr. Piercers Golden Medical Wmrovery Willing to pay jearly $i><'I>(0,payable C. Hargrove,
wouM aome of it. Before lVe.irar.le employment with iinnnnalopportunities.
1
and I thought try weekly.
readers, when writing or calling upon I had taken the firm bottle I waa very much better Reference* exrluknpNl. KrK.omtalfaMlilreane General Passenger Agent.Palatka Four Full Quarts Delivered for 84I1SDIAN -
our adwrtlsera to purchase merchandise, ; I took Bve bottlea of it and have nut yet had etc", would mention the ADVOC TL aoy return of the trouble." 3M Cnxtoa liullaing, Uhioagw. ,

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Professional Cards. ,
A GLANCE AT FASHIONS. TWENTY-FIRST BIRTHDAY LRTAN.19IIRn ,I87O.M. 1
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Roe i K. RoBBI:!<.. WALTERS.OIUBAM. Evening; and Dur (.own.- I'opalurColom .
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BOBBINS A GRAHAM, I Triniiulilttn. Illo. IIi[ ''rtl' ii Jar tot ..Idr.ca/rJ] v1'r
Pastel shades are seen at their best : .
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are the most fatal of all dis. The & Son
ATTOR EY -AT-LAW, In the brociiilos with ml..t.1II111. 1I11''; iiniiixeiMim 1 .' ot his blith, .
IIo's i I""'inoi)" ti>-ilty ; ,
eases. of several I tone In the pattern which
FFICE HOURS:-From 10 to 12 a. m., lie tut'MS to lUMidiiiod's/ pngrs now, + I

iTrTUSvit.L'E and!:, Brevard 2 to 4 p.Co.m., FLORIDA. rni rvQ? KIDNEY CURE Is 1 ilULLl are being. largely Tlio Krni.udwork tuailo; Ill fur N.cviMilugdrosses. I
O.lIox,108. o Guaranteed Remedy, times white BoUH'lluicn black, but Havo gone Mom him foiftei' ; I Ih

trill practice In all the courts-atate and fed more often gray or biscuit and gnr Today he shaw| : | Inn pious of life
":. hinds and nioilnllloiiH of a darker tone! On miuilioo.i'N how Iug II".t'I'. Southern Fruit and Produce : iii iiiCcm.micci.cn.
,Bi pedal facilities for examining and pert ot- or money refunded. Contains
gland titles.L. than the grouud lucloso luitural tlntedflowers I'vevlllcl....<1 him trout his cradh: tin
remedies recognized by emi- and form part of u Mowing I Through hick nt'S" and ilUt'Uso,

GAULDEN, nent physicians as the Best for scroll which nionndcrs nil over the I've prayed tor him when douth see tiled
I
width of the rlll>1'I('. near, : : : : : : : Mcrchcr: ts.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Kidney and Bladder troubles. Cloth la the lImo delictite paste I've tried his heart to please; I
I've loved" him with father's love J.\l'I'l.1S:" : A 81'JoCIALTlt'IICIlIll.. Curds, and our quotations furnished on
Will practice all tho Courts of the State PRICE SOc. and$1.00. tones Is employed for day and eveningwear ,
t Florida, and the United States Courts. the tunics trimmed with stitch! He was my \pride and Joy; npplicutlon.t
I. U Box, 235. TITUSVILLE, FLA. ings and bordered with n trclllawork I see him as In childhood days,
TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.I A duly' hooded boy .
Money to Loan. is of narrow velvet, with a frou frou of ,
He has been from me now four years,
GOLDSMITH, I \\ \ be at the following places on I And many: miles sway;
VT the dates named' for the purpose of assessing 'Twns' sickness caused him then to go, If You Have Not

taxes for the year 10(10( : 'i On that orlght April day, :

riVKNEY-AT-LAW, Banyan' Monday Mar 11) .-A 1i Since then my hoait. Is tilled with 1"ln- l; t
Lotus Tuesday s' :2 tI() That Hon Is not I the samo' ; l

PITTS VI LI.K, FLORIDA. HeorllianaVednea City Point Thursday, 22 That: boy who bums my name. Found What You Want.
!Merrltt\ 'I
F tdny. 21; C. 1 K. ELLIs. .
J. WE13B, lUulover/ Tuesday, 27 Philadelphia, pa.. Jan. 2, lt.00.ANTr'D .
;Mims\ 'Vednt"Hllay"" 2(
ATTORNEY.AT-L.UV LaUriinso ThurmUy. .. m! For a Hum('. suppose you t take n trip down and look at our

TlriisvilUt Friday .. :10: ( ) tI :.; -lliiiipKtmnii or wiinmn til travel Fruit uml I Garden Lnnds Clio t f
lung
cur luruu lioutut .uAinotiiltly' fI'
Will ia the r ; naliiry
practice Courts :
of the 7th COCOA loIatlll ,. .
froult. Taxes paid for non-residents Canaveral Tuesday: I t el'IUMesellIhlIre'ael :
Apl'lIJ atlltledeneclupu.
|ml rents and accounts collected. .MANAtil.lv.: .H.IH Ciixtoll 1 ,;i II .t'Ijlcngo.; :: East Coast't
Blanks will be left I at nil the postof .---- ,
ITtrsvILLE, FKOUIDA. flees in the county for the MirpuHe of .
making leturns. AN EDITOR'S APOLOGY.A .

D. PENNEY, J. F. WooricN AttHesaor., ( I >-, Sloppy lni>lrnloti Thnt I'rovril lo Settlers ore Hocking lit but dill I hero Is Poona If you are f

lip! n llooiiDriinu.The looking this way, drop n lino to }
ATTORNEY-AT-LA\\r, It Is very hard' l to Staud Idly by and see vlltor, of a sniiill provincial pn-

tl'lTC8VlM.B our clear ones suffer" while awaiting the per In Austria, win In KITIII" dllllculty\ JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rtl VlcP.l're.lilcnt, ,
Fr.OltIlA.! arrival of the doctor. An Albany (N". Y.) I to thud 1 a tit 'iihject for lilt !lending/ nrllclo. -
dairymen called at a drug store there fora I 1 J1J.OItIHA EAST: ro.V8T U'V, tl'ST.
Will I loving heeD too Intent other
[ practice In all the courts of the 7th doctor. upon
to mid Ills
come BOO\ child, then \ 1
Judicial Circuit. very low with croup. Not finding, IhQIIOC.tOl' business or upon pleasure to 'provide AUOUSTINR, ILiA.
oue. Tlie lust. hail 1 nod!
moment) come
in, he left word! for him to come
the editorviis In despulr. lie torturetl. 1
TAMES ANDREWS on his return. Ho also bought a bottleof
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which his brain In vain when he suddenly, t'w

A TTORNEY-A T-T\W. he hoped would give some relief mill wntt Inspired"' l hy a happy thoiiKht and LPTNI.SYSTEM.

Main office and P. 0., TinnAi.s' FrA. the doctor should RI'II VO. In a tow hours dashed olT the lines: .

mice open at. Ft.Tierce on :fcnd: anti 4th ho returned, saving: the doctor need not ".\fh'r enrefully\ perusing the lending
Fi-lcl.iys, of each month. come, as the child was much better. The article written for the present numberby

Will practice In all the courts of the druggist, Mr. Otto Sholz: says the family one of the ablest. of our contributors -

7th Judicial Circuit. hats/ slnne recommended Cliamberlaln's: we have arrived nt the. conclusion Tlio Trunk Line from Florida, all points XOUTlt, KAST, SOUTH and WEST.
Cough Remedy to their
neighbors and
that It Three: and 1 Atlantic Coast Lino.
he
friends until ho has a constant. demand may misinterpreted 1 by thenuthorltleH ;
E. FOSTER, for it from that part of the) For nod' repiirdeil! ns an nltuek 'I'llieo through' Sleeping Cur Lines' to tlio Kant vlafSavitnnah and Southern Hallway
STEPHEN sale by druggists and medicine country.dealers p upon the Bovertiment.'p ourselves Two through Sleeping' C.a'' Lines to tho Vest' via Montgomery and, I,. A N. It. 11.
S cotmlder It lo tie peifectly Innocent Four through, /Sleeping Car: Lines to the Went vht. J mup! and 1 /Southern Uallway.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ; One thl"OlIjlhSlot'llllI/ Car Lino to the West vlu Montgomery and M, &. Ohio U. It.
Rooms 420 and -42J: Gardner Building, ,, An Art Thnt InlprrnO. but' an wo are unwilling/ for nor read Ono through JSloupIng: Cm Line to the West Miivannah/ and Southern Hallway.\ 4
ers mike\ as well as for our own to
A person who can draw well will flnd FORMING TIIK (MEAT: THUOUOII CAn LINK.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. have our ne\\simper" coiiHsc-ntcd. wo
something to Interest him In the humblest y have The New YOlk nnd Floilda Special:! and The New York and 1 Florida' Limited.
very iinwllllnsly though ns we
$, MUELT.Snavtua, GonnoN HUOOMB. thinI do not know anythingconnected think prudently. resolved! to wit tulrnw Solid 1 vostlbulo trains Htuain heat, eleetilo lighted with observation, compartment, )
with drawing that has not dining and library oars\ running solid between! Ht. Augustlno and Jersey City
j CHAYLOR & BROOME, something Interesting about It.-John BKATIXO COSTUME. the article. This must! serve aa the are operated' over. the Plant Hysteni.:! 1 For Information write,
Ruskln. flounces at the hem. Lace fichus figureon / apology lo our renders. foe time blank/

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. such dresses. Reds, scarlet, crimson pace In our present" IHIIII<'." H. C. McFadden Ilvlnlonraim ngprARont.1U8 ; .

|Will practice In all the Courts STATE OF 01110, CITY OPTOLKDO) 1 pinky mauve and kindred shadesare The Journal was /pnldlslie-l In the : : Rest I Hay M., Aslor Block, JftokHouvlllo! / Flu.,
of the
State. 'Office in Law LUCS COUNTY j} ss' more appropriate perhaps for dull even Inmx.! nod, the ply editor her performing RA/. WfOnn r ssengor Tialllo Managur, Huvauuali, Ga.2a .

Exchange; FKANK J. CHUNKY: makes oath that he winter days. They arts trimmed with thin. little piece of IIII'u I/l/l'III./
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Is the senior ......,. ___ _
partner of the arm of 1 K. J. Persian lamb broadtail and astinklinn. left the "III,',' In high hlllllOr11 neon h h

(CHKNKV & Co.: doing buslnoMs In the The best modistes are using! as he arrived,I In the olllee the I..XI'. '

J/ W.; ALLEN, City .of Toledo, County and State: cut out cloth over tuitlu for evening morning: a clerk\ came up to him with
GEORGE aforesaid; and that add firm will pay'
gowns. n doleful rtprciixlnii: ami mild "I It'rr
the auto of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARSfor
ATTO RNE Y- T.LA W, each and every case of Catarrh that i Paillettes arc rarely Keen on any Kedaktor.! I lie paper Is eoiillocated by

[KEY WEST, FLORIDA. cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S good models now unless lightly "sprinkled tilt' police! "For what reanon'IIM|,-
CATAKKIC CUKE. on tulle. They are admissible ed lime iiHtniilslied", editor "I"',,,, malicious -

Will practice In the United States FRANK J. CHENEY. as a cuirass or pannier but the cheapnet 1'ltll"III..r the InstllutUiim' of tlieAustrian

nd State Courts. ftjunOST : Sworn to before me and subscribed In robes with sequined pattern \have empire !It\, the oil..|lssiotl| of the

my presence, this Oth tIlyof December, proved their deathblow. 'lending n replied the mini

O. FRIES, C. E. A. I). 18" ((1. Evening bodices are cut lower than rtIClo'--
T
SEAL: ; heretofore" at the back For day wear
A. W. (GLEASON,
COUNTY SURVEYOR: ) many bodices are drawn, tightly In to f
J Notary Public.
Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. I fill'a Catarrh. Cure U taken Internally the figure all round till within threeor i ifi

I Mapping neatly done. Estimates for !and acts directly on the blood !and mil four Inches of the center when they Help.

I all kinds of engineering works. DisI cons surfaces: of the system. Send for are allowed, to full Into a pouch coinIng .
I testimonials, fret' to n polut well below the waist.
piited lines
a specialty. F. J. CHENEY & CO., To'edo' O. Occasionally the pouch Is repented at

[TITUSVILLK:, Brevard Co., FLOKIDA.TAR. rr Sold by Druggists/ 7.:>o. the back but this Is a treatment becoming .- .

lUll's Family 1'III111Lro the best to very few figures.; ? -=. oJ' '7.,_,

UOUGUTOX'S Stylish French: waists are steel! embroidered NatureBabies

WANTED' -Honest limi.***;man salary or lab wninnn monthly tn travel and the steel running In a thin f'It'' ..., ''J 1.-' 1

FLOATING ex\.en.eA. with Increases: i position purtminent. meandering pattern all over the plain
DENTAL APARTMENTSon \ -addrea.ed. ot.ml'.1 envelobe. pouched fronts which are Blushed up The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one Inmate
IANAOllJlt.: 3.1(1 Cuxton but dillg.Chlungo.
the (Denton) at the sides. and at the neck to show and children need seventy years of age who has been in the infirmary for three years

Now AT PALM DEAcrr. Free to the Ruptured. an tin.undercorselet! of stitched white proper food rarely ever medi- a great sufferer from indigestion and has been taking Kipans Tab- I

The A costume originally designed for cine. If they do not thriveon ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he is

Largest and Most Com Or. ",V. S. Rice, the AVcll-knowii : skating but a very chic exponent of their food something is never without them. He is willing that his name should be used ina

plete Establishment South. Authority, wends it trial of Ills smart winter modes In general. Is of
malachite cloth with collar testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading. some other personto
Famous Iteiiiedy Free. green; wrong. They need a little
IGEO, S. HACKER & SON. rovers cuff and hem band In chinchilla, try them. A second old gentleman in the: same institution

like the muff. The tabs on the jacket help to get their digestive
Anyone Can NowCnrn Theit .elv,>at Koine eighty-four years of age has had liver trouble for many years and
Without P..ln, Danger, Operation are of /green :velvet tipped with old silver -
o.n machinery working perly.sogjSj911.
pre finds that R'l'P'A'N'S help him much. They also have tw*
ar Hour's Lam. of Time front Work.To buttons. The vest Is of white very

the thnuiinnilH, upon thoiman l nf rnptnreil' cloth embroidered with green and the nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer,
people who are torturing theinnalveB with triiHH.en scarf of white silk with green and
and In niomeii'ary, danger' of death fromtraniculutlnn. from indigestion causing headache, depression of spirits and nerve
white chenille The la of
W. S. fringe./ toque I
J" 710 Main
: Rice Street,
''tllI Ailum N. Y., will net d free to all a trlttl of hiafamous green velvet and chinchilla. ousness. They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they

a method that ban navecl Bn manylive*and. Novel trimming Is shown on a tight have in their The also
male no many men. women and chtmrnn well always a package pockets. matron states
end and cured of old and cloth dress which has extending down
I t+. difficult: Htrnnir.ruptures.permanently Do not lie. backward: almiitwrltlnirfnra I the front and round the shoulders. graduated COD LIVER OIL that she is forty-five years of age and at times suffers with indigestion >

and will enable free yon trial.to nee It will how mint easily. you yon notion!ran ,, square of cloth one above the '/T H ftrPOPHOSPMTtt or LIME*SOM causing pain ad paroxysms of txlcUng and finds that ttw

cure yournolf In a .er.h time:: without Inning: other the widest on the! outside, each Tabules indeed and U to have her
an hour from work. Hlce I In determined that are very good perfectly willing&
every or woman shall know' thewenerfnl bordered with a line of stitching the
lerh.: that rupture can lie I"cured, andhe center square bearing In the middle will generally correct this name used in a. t tJaaonJa1. I IWA..t.

MANUFACTURERS OF hi*ther"'o.reo..ly method abanlntely' free Miml,and, prepaid yon can by make mall a an applique of a white lace ower. In- difficulty. ._" _PA'_ "" ___ !I"!!
free trial I ; nf'I I'. Write to-ihiy without: tall, a* deed these cloth placed one r"C: ,: -- .::::r::: '"-tG:
Doors Sash Blinds you cannot alTord to ittlm this, tree and generomolf squares If will put from one -::C--:-= -s--: :: ::.. :::__ ... ...-:
"r.Mr.. on the top of the other have! somewhat you i

& Material O. Nllnon.nf 'Sogn, Minn., had two v ry the appearance of the old fashioned fourth to half a teaspoonfulin I -
Moulding :
Building had srrotal' rupture, both: of which: he cured penwiper. ....C.bl.
permanently at his home without Biiiferlnff any Baby's bottle three or four "HOW TO DO BUSINESS DROPSYCURZDWUh />T.cured r"h '
Office & Warerooms King;, opposite pain or toning and time from work. Ha need the Cut ont two eight'polnt stars of uses 'i"
Famoii Rice method and ayof It: "This wonderful cardinal times will soon seea 011 Till: relied bopclM !. tea ,
Cannon bronze green or ft'lt.lark! a day you .. h ,
Street.Charleston hnmecnre hi* proven to be to that could lar at lm l'w.'h'r.h' of.11!I rmotomereme.'
be ilettlre. i am fully oared nf two hail scrotAl out ono star Into diamonds and chain For Secretor Success in Retail Merchandising, .1 "iiiiiniininiN[ unit TF"DAYS IFoO".m..n'tr*..
S. C. rupture*, and am very grateful to Rice for marked improvement. ti*. a. B.UkKtN-l lula. Boa If. Atlaota. U. '
having: Invented Mich a toil, .. I.url hope all stitch with yellow silk. Ituttonhol'' -Mr OF-f). N. McLEAN.The .- ,
people who are ruptured will use It" Nenyour the: stars together with yellow slllc and! larger children, from half to Mont<:>."|.reh.n.I"II. PriM-tliiitl and V.ltlble ,:
name and addreH fo Dr. W. 8. Hire 710 Main tassel of the each Tr atlM)fin JtMNltiHHN,anil Hnw to 14''''''",." Choice '. .
Sash Weights Cord and 4t., Adam, N. Y., and he will gladly .pnd you a sew a sumo upon a teaspoonful, according to fully "..It. ever ,,"hllo"'I.. / i
free trial, with '"lIlnt.rnetlon.II to how you point A taxi IxMili of practical. hint, rulaM and ex.ainplmt WinesLiquors
ran quickly: aud easily I cure ynujself I at :hnme. dissolved in their milk | of niii'h, rare vales Hint everyone no niatt t l-iea
Hardware. Write to-day. Don't wait If iron begin now age ..r bow old anil .xixtrlmirivil, tallies hut ilnrlv and Cigars. "
you will teemed BOIIOI.*a dollar before spring DOM. Duet In stock ftnldliiK. ahlll"l piit|, anil pi ..ltlvii valim from it. t..""hln....- I ,(
work bejIII. Bone dust.' known commercially as if you so desire, will very while to the rminic novice It la a hand "book end Guaranteed Pure. I

Window and Fancy GlassA "poudre d'os verts" used 1 In feeding soon show its great nourish- treasure:tn tram of)Indiqen.able('haptem| Agents"|..."... Wanteil.. Full Sold at reduced '

BO YEARS' xperlmentn. Is made from hone 'Irlecl Agent( olltllt.lnc..dlnlf. : .honk. on rwelptr '
ISPEOIALTY. If the mother's el! tiook ells. f> every In all lII + prlcea'I
EXPERIENCE In the open air and not heated cueincally. ing power. ..Id orore""l'.r. i
line..e't on !| : I
j' In a feeding experiment with JKKrfcltH4t.V JACkalt( : Chicago tuE imported I
the
nourish
not
milk does Tokar Wine,
this a calf about Sly mouth old wasgiven r. ra I i

VirginiaHomes a dully ration of about 1'.4 baby she needs the emul from Italy. '

pounds of sklmmllk, 3% pound of John B. Togni! J
sion. It will show an effect ,
oats 3'/i pound of tiny and 3 pol1n,114ot

J mangles. On thin ration It Increased at both mother Metropolitan Saloon, J2.1 East Bay St. I
MARKe'OcalGne once upon
You learn all about Virginia Lands TRADL nearly SO !rounds In :21! days. To DS JACKSONVILLE, FLOKIDA.Whol t If f I
its mode of cultivation 1jf. the ration then added about four and child.
resources, product., I COPYRIGHTS ic.Ai' were ..U and Kctitll......

prices, etc., by reading the u I.,:,on- ,wartaht wnoln'ear a akel.ri 'O im and.. free description whether m'.va nln ounces dally of bone powder and In ,....end|...", ill druggbf. Alwsyshap.rIn ---.---. -- .t
Virginia Farmer. Send 10ct patentahl. C'tmmnntr*. the neat 21 days the calf Increased In SCOTT& BOWNE OumlMt, Now York. tb. sod Ihao asp e..dstb.toaly "SESF I
:
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,. iMiMrletlr'ondfWnll-J.
,, lljinrthookon Patents .
80 of 30 rift half u much.T.et.d Marriage Paper. !
weight pounds a gain pound
..!' wurmic DMonlii.If ? .,
for 3 months subscription to the .rn, ::4 ::: theuovh Muw.. &. In 24 days obtained wlthont change: of ... true to name, Rheeb sad TbitBMMttfj of ad..,&1.. to? ?MI(?afrom. ,
.. without! Gh" ,,. In lbScienfifie -'- Aek
Farmer Co. Va. red K :ic'. r.ll.ble. Alwsyetb.bees. Wealthy patron Jnlrodu
Emporla
ration beyond the addition of a total HRVKRAt: PEItHMVH. roil IXH Cot Perry'-take no otbr,. tan rormal and.......alll. IIMI woe t
Jlmericsn. of 5% pounds of bone powder which WANTKH Mitnaitera In thin state (o rep- writs ter tuna aal Anal.D. a.J. free to.1W1... tfaoipi' oopr !teOCI
real me In their own and nurrouiuJInKwrantle N. yxltar lxlrD.sr.a % L MiHIC .
weekly tersest Hr. cost 3ICl'otli. The bone dust Is sold
WU .tI."otrOLf"
F
WkUktr 'r re'r
A' in.
., *. Willing to pay yearly 1455P. payableweekly. YMa.
7we.
_reel at horn without ",.u nt .t any .rIlLta : Steurm to digestion and assimilation' iMnlratile: with ilnuuialoVfxirtnnlclMi. leoflM
L byall npw.tnler., promote employment eat / Do
nf r Big hied.sltutPl.lc
Book
pain partloufara ... fcnrlimelf .
OPIUM Sent .*REC. _i8J1ii; & CO.G'Broaddy.New:: Ynrkf of the food and to favor the formation a el "ddrewuHl etampo/c. n..Iup..gii. A, i*..rk. MiMra>'ln ml sans o 'tpt of loa Newipapennd for postage. Ii

..II.. 1 a..4 M Vor"WOOLLII m.r CO.... "'011_ 0121I Bt VTubiaiKHw U.c. of flesh and fat-Philadelphia Ledger 7JOLkxon ituUdlnc.Cblcllao. ToUda Adv BurMU, 14 St.tUIr At..TU>toriIJJ.IJI.






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4 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, :MARCH 16, 1900.

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,' -+ INDIAN RIYER ADVOCATE., +- THE LOUD BILL. Indian River Real Estate Agency


A WCKKLT: JOURNAL DBVOTED: TO TUB DEVELOPMENT : : There are few measures that 11 641'IN6

OF TUB INDIA KIVIR: LAKE: have been presented to the House FLA.YOU
.ItO"' TITUSVILLE
WORTH AND BIHOAVNH BAY SECTIONS.: for adoption that are more calami POWDER .

tous than the above entitled bill.

( PUBLISHED EVERY FB1UAY.CMARLKII The whole tenor of the bill is revolutionary PUREMakes.the would do well If you have property to sell and want It advertised! in Ibl, '

and imperialistic in its paper, free of cost to you and put In the bands of live men, to write at once t ;,,
1 H. WALTON, Editor & Proprietor M
for Blank Contracts and put property before the !
and if would food delicious and wholesome this Agency your public.
character, adopted more winter this C
KIT" Many sales will probably be made thla by Agency. Why,
DlHonntliiuanoe of a.lvtemoat be miwla for ruinous to not '
simply prove every NOVA....IN"M>WW It"0.,MBW YORK. yours.
' b anally at thin of toe or by writing. country- paper in the United States : PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $:!.00 to $10.00

Under its provisions the mailingof ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.jO( per acre.

' Obeok,eto.,may be made payable to OiiARr.itH. periodicals at the pound rate Is BIG DISCOUNT ON LANDS MR..SMITH'S BIRTHDAY. Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of Etc
'WALTOit,publlitlior and proprietor and Price
vegetables.
subscribers and Gallie; first-class for oranges, pineapples 1000.
permitted to only, ORANGE GROVE 14 acres, 50 miles south TItuuvllle.. Will $
M pay jQuo
Addreas all oommunloatlons to Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Smith, Mrs Julia toil
defines subscribers aa those who Along the East Coant. Price
and $2,000( next. $7,000.
INDIAN IUVK11 ADVOCATE, Gaussen and her two yoar
charming daughters
TiTimviLLB FLORIDA.U. voluntarily order and pay, pr agreeto As will be Keen by the following circular the Misses Julia and Clara, ate; a HAMMOCK LANDS, near Tltusvllle, from $5 to $25 per acre.
1 ti+ pay for the same. Under this letter, the object Is to encourage merry party stopping at Hotel Magnolia, One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2J miles west of Titusvllle, good settlei in the two counties
pioneer to and Price $550.00.
pineapples, vegetables oranges. ,
definition the St. Augustine. have been
country They on a tripto
of average pa.
S. Department Agriculture become the owners of their farms, and
would out of existence as various resorts along the East Coast ..
per crop thus bo more Independent. It is the ----=
Flu. andMrs.
Weather IJiireuu-Jupiter, where they met filends. Mr.
all those whose time of subscriptionhad pioneer In any new country who has the many
Smith-who In best
are the of
; expired would not be considered greatest difficulties to meet, and U en- health-hail from Cincinnati, O. Re- Jas. :B. :Bours
State-ent titled to more consideration In trying; to ,
subscribers, and consequently, establish himself than those who follow cently !Mr. Smith celebrated his 80th
week ending,: Tuesday, Mar. 13, 1000. the could not be sent to is birthday at Hotel Plaza, Kockledge, and I
paper after the country developed. This Is
__
-1000- lgoo\ a lady who was present linn the following :DE3tay: : G-ral.n.: :Feed dour: :
DATB.: MAX. WIN. MAX. MIX those persons at the usual rate. another evidence of Mr. Flagler'n,goodwill : to say about it: "I will. endeavor to ,

l 7 78 66(I! (IIiO 44 The bill also excludes from the. and toward doubtless the will people be thoroughly along his line, give a simple sketch of the festivities Incident GRITS, MEAL AND COTTON SEED MEAL. NEW GARDEN
,
8 77 ( 43 mails as second-class mall matter' ; ap to the eighty-sixth celebration of
08U all those whom It Is Intended
Itfff D I 7* ( 70 51 I paperbound predated to benefit.As by. Mr. A. II. Smith's birthday. He was the SEED ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME.
1 ; 10 07 87 74 115l' books-magozines-I recipient of many telegrams, letters and
wilt be Mr. hag been
thus Flakier
11 74 55 75 (05); seen, ; numerous packages and best wishes from Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless to man
or
: 07 to raise the 'ice of their periodicals joined by the two other largest; land
j 12 81 65 7S p absent ones. At Palm Beach, at the
owners, who were evidently persuadedby beast. for Wilbur's Seed :Meal for stock and poultry. Write for
71 05 79 70Trace. Agent quotation.
l4 1'3. in order to meet the demandsof Polnclana Hotel; St. Augustine, at the
him Into this action, as the last two
; Total rainfall for the week: high transportation.! As it now isa : named companies are In no way connected I Magnolia\ Hotel; and here nt the Plaza, 'Lowest cash prices.
A Departure from normal rainfall for the : 111\11\ health was drank to. simultaneously.
of merit be with the Florida East Coast
magazine can boughtfor System.
by Health Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
week: minus .50( Inchon. Departurefrom The will explain Itself previous arrangement. happiness
following :
normal rainfall since January 1, ten cents!, but if the Loud bill and many, returns of the day were
plus .')l inches. passes and becomes a law, we can wished him from all quarters. -- ----
FLA. March 12
ST. AUGUSTINE 1000.
,
I 1 TlAi P. HAHDIN Observer. not hope to buy them any more Notice Is hereby given that from this "Mr.,Smith WAS In his most genial" humor CHAS. N. WE LS HANS.
during the day and In he .
: spirits seem
at that price. date until June 15, 1)00! the Florida
ed ten than when he
years younger arrived -
The whole of the measure East Const Hallway, the Model Land
THE orange trees are blooming purpose here. He spends him evenings at
Boston & Florida Atlantic
Company,
heavily and the indications( ar P' is to discriminate> against; the games, either at 11.1' hand or prngiesslveeuchte.
Coast Land (! and the Floiid.i1'oast
i smaller and periodicals to nmpany At the latter he has been very CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
that there will be a good crop next papers ( Line Canal and Transportation successful and has several first ,
' the of the larger' Company will tell their lands in Itievaid won
Florida without advantage ones.
t' Reason. oranges prizes; and to say that "he fools, like a
t + can never be equal to Florida with We areutterly opposed to the bill, and Dado counties, Florida, I at a discountof bov ngxin"/ Is putting It mildly. He certainly Agent; for Cabot's Creosote Shingle: Stains.
and third :
: .
thirty-three ono- (J:3Ior'.
and that the of Florida\ has taken lease of life and
' 1I oranges. The past has amply hope people cent. fr..mlh.t prices for cash. Further, a new ,
proved this to be a fact ; hence we and (other States will deluge our all patties now holding contiacts for In this balmy climate fuels well and happy Write for Samples and Prices.

Senators and with purchase of lands In the above-named -
welcome the return of big crops Congressmen "Our associates here have been most '
and better times.. I protests of no uncertain character. counties from our respective companies delightful; and we have met many charming Old 'Phone 8. fun 218 E Bay Street,
will/ be allowed a discount of 3:1:!} per
,people. All are bent on happiness
. .Iv cent on deferred payments, PI'ovldE'dthey JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
and In their desire
v TilE Treasurer's report for the KENTUCKY is again undergoing a will pity up and take title on or monk's pleasure: worth., If Mr. Smith to continues get! their ,,
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l State of Florida has been received crisis, The State authorities are before June 15 this, UHiO to return to young manhood as rapidly --- --
We take action, believing that it
at this oillce, end, like that of the Jelled, and civil government is will add to the prosperity: of that already from now on as he has to this time, I

Comptroller, which was noted in being dominated by military des. favored section of the Gust Const, and golf will,not be surprised which In to most find him playing MeMurray & Baker
a sport popular/ at
these columns some three weeks If the present state IIf make the farmers more confident us to the resorts In Florida." ,

1 It ago, the showing Is a good one. affairs ('ontlnueto- exist, for any the' future If they hold titles to their al'jeer

Florida Is a long way from bankruptcy considerable length of time, we farms.FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY, HAVE of Avery's YOUR high-wheel DEALER:I!: order hand you garden one Foot of Alain St Jacksonville, Fla.Headquaiters ) .

with indications of continued nay expect bloodshed. The strains MODE LAND COMPANY' Plows from the Florida Hardware Co., for-
ii future prosperity.' too great for ordinary human Bv J. E. InKraham, lrd Vice-Pres. state agent
endurance. BOSTON & FLA. A C. LAND Co., '
1 Uv Albert V Sawyer 1'iesiilent. ,WEATHER REPORT.By Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles
+ TIlE Key West lnter-Ocean, of FI.A. COAST LINE((ANAL& T. Co., I

' 1 March 5th, contains", an editorialon BLOEMFONTEIN OCCUPIED. Ky U. F. Miles! ,Pies. & Gan'-Mgr. Rev. Jas. II. White, observer for and Sundries.

the Bner-British war that is Weather Bureau, U. S. Ooveinment.

admirable. The Transvaal, as In suing/ for pence, the .presidents of The Appetite of it Goat SUMMARY FOR FKIIHITAIIY, 1900. "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on you wheelsat

governed by the Boers, is described the Transvaal and Orange Flee State, In Is envied by all poor dispepticn whoso Highest temperature on the Oth. 81.5
stomach and liver are out of order AlllIuch Lowest 18th,. 80.0 short notice.
as an oligarchy; .the worst form. their telegram' motto the British government should know that Dr. King's New Mean for the month,. . : . 6.l!) .
t All intelligent readers will readily from Dloemfontein, the capital of Life Pills, the wonderful liver remedy, Average mean for TJ\) (U3.2

acquiesce with the Inter-Ocean in the Orange Free State, says: /rives a splendid appetite, sound dIgest.Ion Highest; a. In 188:1: 72.0
and habit that Insures Lowest II.. II 18I\).", HAMMOND PACKING CO.Formerly
the. statement it has made. "We have hesitated to make the price a regular bodily > 64.2 .
declaration earlier to Your Excellency, perfect health and great energy. i Rainfall In Inches . . . 1.67 '
as we feared that as long as the advantage Only :'Joe.!:\ at U. K. Wilson & Son's drug Average for :23! -years . : 2.63 ( The G. II. Hammond Co.)
tore. Greatest '. In 18ii);). . U 23 OUR SPECIALTIES
Hon. B. E. McLiN seems to be was always on our tide, and as longas :
Least a 18S2 0.15
in our forces held defnnslve positions far
growing This is
I popularity. within Her Majesty's\ colonies, such a OAK: Prevailing direction of wind ;. SE "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
nothing more than we expected.A CHARTER ALMANACS Caleudtrs Numberofclear days . . .
declaration hurt the feelings; and 181 "Coin canned meats."Calumet"
man of the mental force and integrity honor, of the may British people but now and circulars, and prices sent free fair h. . . !a l Special" .
; to all who write to UEO. H. FLKNAL.D, .
hams and breakfast bacon.
"cloudy" . . T
of McLin can hardly come that the prestige of the British Empiremay Sanford Fla. ..
in touch with the people without be considered to be assured by the days with rain. 4 "Calumet" leaf lard.

of one or our forces by Her '' Island Home,
capture
making a line impression. If per rlrtjooiy's troops, nnd that we have A I5 'uutil'ul and Valuable Home Mei itts'Island, Fla. Homemade pure lard. r

+ sonally known to every voter. his thereby boon forced to evacuate other for Sale at Hurgaiii, "Peerless" compound lard sausages :

nomination for the ofllce of Commissioner positions which our forces had, occupied, !
Indian river Fla. and all Packing House Products. Florida. Branch : JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
of Agriculture would be that difilculty Is over, and we can no At Mioco on con-

t made unanimous. longer: hesitate to clearly Inform your slating house of 10:} acres, a well built, two- __ ___ n_ ___ ______ ____ ________ ___ ____ ___ I I
7 store
government and people, In the sight of story rooms: a two-story
the whole civilized world, why we are building, 18x32ft.! handsome front lawn, SANIT
lighting and on what conditions we are shaded by palm trees; a 800 foot dock; WILLIAM CLARKE \. Wr, :
TiiEeelf-compldcency with which ,
ready to restate peace., 2..0 budded orange, tangerine and grapefruit .
some editors purloin editorial mat trees; 1.10:\( sour trees, ready to bud- s 4 -- i:
The above was "taken with a grain ofalt" '
ter from others, without giving by Lord Salisbury,.and the British 1i00,200) young feet nursery galvanized stock pipe; artesian distributed well i; Fine,Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gat Fitter, Hoofing: Sheet 'J
credit therefor Is to it
put mildly, government refused pence overtures. Its over place; 1 acre wood shed for pineapples Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs, Water Closets I,
astonishing. Have these knights said that the surrender of the Transnal ; n few hundred Porto Rico pineapple
and Wash Stands. nnddescilptlons
kinds
Copper vessels of all r
I of the quill-or rather of the scissors plants; railroad station\ on west
-ever realized that they were and Orange\ Free State must be unonditlonal. llueof this place; tramway running; to Vass a re-... "' '
l t river front on the east.- This place to be .
committing intellectual theft? Attention And now comes the ofllcl.il. news that appreciated must be seen. The very / I YFor :: : .

is culled to the fact that hat talented Irishman, Lord Roberts, handsomest place on the river. The 37 Forsyth St. Jacksonville Florida. I
the old adage is ,
"honesty the best and Is of the best hammock. Orange
and his brave have bloomon
policy," applies to editors as well army occupied trees nearly all In bearing" now. u

j+ an other classes of men. tcin; that several of the government Apply to D. L.. GAUl.nEJf, Atty.,
1 otJIcll\11 I of tho Orange Free State met Tltusvllle/Fla.

f Lord Roberts two miles from the city 1 t T"- *"r wl TILE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.

IN regard to publishing the laws, and presented him with the keys of the Eggs;: For Hatching1.

we agree with the Pensucola News government[ offices; that the Inhabitants White Plymouth Rock exclusively; j

that such publication would greatly of Bloomfonteln gave the British troopsa oven pens First pen l White Wood Coal
Coke Brick Lime Cement
benefit the 'people of Florida, at very cordial reception; and that the Cloud, jr., who was awarded second catalogue and price addressB.W.JEROME ,
large. The is prize( for oockerals, and special prize In "0
press one of the British flag Is now flying from the top .
greatest: educators of the age, and of the Orange Free State capitol. Lord the hut Madison Square Garden poultry 0
r there is how; second, third and 4th pens headed Rockledge Fla. Agt. for Brevard Co. Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Bricktttttt
no transaction of Impor- Roberts U surely getting there. by oocks Imported from A. C. Hawkins. m.1
tance that should be left out of its II. FUIKDLANDKK: Agent for

columns. We believe the lOfeb-Im Interhichen, Fla. East Coast for the Globe Gas Engines.!
'county POMPTON LAKES EXPLOSION.The Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone N'o. ,
papers to be the proper mediumfor

the distribution of this know! Smith Fuse Manufactory at Pompon J. MUNNERLTN, General Dian, r.

edge, and are in favor of a reasonable four Lakes persons, N.were J., blew killed\ up and on Friday a number, and T. D. GIBBENS ---_Po.---- .-.... -- ---_.-- --- .. -- .. ,.,..,
compensation for printing the more or less Injured. : I

I same To the people It would well They were all at work/ In the factory .0. L. KEENE..
be worth the cost of expenditure with about thirty other men and girls .. ..
HAY GRAIN FLOUR GRITS MEAL BRAN COTTON SEED '
and
in the way of keeping them The victims were badly mangled, ,
posted '
v some of them blown to lcces. Percy
c' in regard to our laws. acobua wits blown Into the river and Dress Goods Trimmings Millinery Notions ;
-- badly hurt. Meal, Middlings, etc. etc. f,

As far on the ADVOCATE coo learn the
I THE State Kxecutlve Laces, Gloves, Umbrellas, Art Goods Hosiery Corseti. t
Committeeof following men were killed\ : Depository for Cumberland Mills Flour Grits and Meal. ,
the State of Florida have calleda John Khoda. .

meeting to be held! in the city of William Cadmus, Prompt attention paid to all orders

Jacksonville on 'rhursday11'rch William II. Talmage, Agent for the Celebrated CANOPY patent Hour. )

,{ 22, 1900. The main John Merritt, A boy. This Is one of the oldest and most reliable houses In Jacksonville. All the latest
purpose of The loss to property la between $::10- Get my Price List. To,Dealers only. .' .
the meeting is to 1 issue a call for a 000)) and *tU.OIK) ) Patterns: Land t iSiyle.:. ;

State Convention, and, in all prob- factory Mr. H., hoe Julius a tine Smith orange, the grove owner and of winter the- 1=. ID. a-ansBEnsrs: :: 101 West Bay Street, corner of Laura, JACKSONVILLE, FT.on ..\.
ability, an early day in June will
home at Rockledge, and as soon as
and Warehouses the Viaduct.
be selected as the proper time for the family hoard of the accident they Office near ____ __ __________ ____ __ __ ____ -
f holding such convention. From closed their house and returned to New JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

March :22nd! up to the time the del. Jersey. al JFWLEO. .
Two summers ago-whllo visiting: Mr.\ 3 WATCHES CLOCKS
A tat
egates meet for the selection of ESTABLISHED 1875. n .tr
Smith-we had the pleasure of going ,
State olllcers there l
will be some through the above factory, and we very

fine political sparring by the re. much regret to hear of the sad accident. -rvvcl.: -_ :SO-crES:: &:, CO. Jewelry Diamonds
epective candidates for position. The Smith family will\ be much missed e e e(
J. D. Beggs, for Governor and B. at Rockledge, during the balance of the J
,
GARDEN AND FERTILIZERS.
GRAIN SEEDS
/ e E. :McLin, for Commissioner of season. I (+ 1L3 lI t e j Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Presents,

l$ Agriculture, are sure to deliver The Gem barber Sliop. 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We IJ v= YrRw Waltham Watches, etc.

some knock-out blows. Physically &
handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Day FIRE WATCH and JEWELRY HEPIIHIK
they are not Shaving Shampooing
heavy-weights, but Artistic Hair Cutting, ,
Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright anddark SlL
Bath Tub with
mentally they weigh a ton, and we etc., Porcelain at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co. A SPECIALTY.
Electrical Bath attached. Everything
hereby serve notice that it will be O. P. HUHTINGTOST, Prop. Star Brand Ff'rtiU..N-Guaranteed Analysis Orange tree and Vegetable FertlllMr.Pare Ground Spectacles and Eyel(1au8a. Charges paid one'way. R. J. RILES, ?
up-to-date. fertilIn
dagerous to tackle them. Bone Nltrmte Soda. Muriate of potMb.Sulphate Potanh Kalnlt, eto. These fury no
i
333 West Bay St., Jacksonville superior la the market,and a mal will convince Send for Catalogue( free. 225 W. Bay St., JACXIOSVII.I.KI FLi


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flf It were not the nEST, aloes Rockledge.Quite COUIIKSI-ONDKNCK 1NVITKI STENCILS .tJICNIS"E. tj ,

FERTILIZERS. ,

anyone suppose a crowd from this Hide expectsto McCOM & CO. .1 1.1r '

take In the dance and cake walk, at .

Indianola, to-night. Use our Pineapple Brand if you want to meet I '1

S1U1VITiTER'S4X Miss May Pomroy. after a short visit tr ,

with friends, In Kocklodge, left, Tuesday, with OOO'VV'nsh1.ng1c; >:n.S1;. Now Tc>r1E... 'ii!
for her home in Oxford. success.

Messrs. VanDeman, Carter, Batten field ...Make a Specialty of.. I\
and Currier have returned from their

cruise to, Fort Pierce, and report a most
enjoyable time. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS:
II
Ammonia. ..... .............. ........ .. .. ....... ........ ............. 4 to (111'l'r' cent.
Miss Ellen Paine, after spending two Available I'honphorlo Aolil.,.. .. ....... ...... .......... ..... ... ..,.. .... ......... 6 to T per rant.U .BEANS. # t thll
weeks at Men'Itt, under the euro of Dr. l'ot..b. KI: ........ .. ... ......... ......................., ...... .. ..... ............ 6 to 0 percent. :
Norton, returned home,' Tuesday, much Price $30.00 PER TON F. O. B. JACKSONVILLE, ;
benetitled by the doctor's treatmeut. ,

II. J. Smith and family left, Tuesday, I Favor with of l1.
for their New Jersey home. They did us a part your shipments,

WOULE BRING ANY BETTER not expect to return north so early, but

changed the explosion their plans Mr. very Smith's materially.fuse factory Largest dealers in fertilizing material in We won't ask you to continue If others beat us.


ritlCK THAN OT1I121Cis Mrs. J. D. VanD'emnn and Miss VanDe

man entertained the Palmetto club very the State.

:: TCT T T E:: ::R. This pleasantly little,club Wednesday has been quite afternoon.a success, .. Photo Supply Co. I
.
and everyone is sorry that Its existence --
18,80 near to end.
All COrrofspontlenco olioorfullv nnH.ol'od.U .
Dr. and :Mrs. D. J. DIBol], of New York ...4% ..:;(?u itt.4 :ni iiMiuntil TVO! Georgiana."Mother" city, gave a most delightful hop at the t r rKODAKS
Hotel Indian River
on Monday evening.
These weekly dances, are very enjoyable, Write for Special Pamphlet. The only house In Florida devoting Its time to tboAMATF.tlU. ,

II ill in no better; her mind and the young people here look forward '
gig wandering. with more than usual regret to the closing 4

? Chas. Weaning took Dr. Holmes up to I i of the hotels. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.,, OUR SPECIALTY-Developing) and Printing.' '

HocklE"djteSunday/ morning, where the J. M. Paine and Miss Cordelia left) Give us a trial. No trouble to answer questions.
doctor took the train for home, returning Wednesday, for Sweetwater Park, Oa., a.ckcoc.: : .vi11o :E=" ori: Lo.
;
same day to Melbourne where Mr. Paine will try what the Llthia ._ 01 J King Street, ST. AUOUSTINK:, FLA. \ j

water can du for him. lie has been ill _. .,
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Rev. John L. Sullivan, formerly pastor for some weeks and the doctor at last decided ,. (,
But thU place wan a welcome and pleasant he could do nothing more for him, Melbourne. Eau Gallie. 1
visitor umonij his many Mends, Monday and advised his_ trying Ltthitt Springs
fund Tuesday of last week A Wondrous
Mrs. Ludlow (nee Miss :Nellie Hart- .
g F. W. MunHon. wife and son, Miss Lillie well) Is exported to arrive hole In a few OUOI1K *: 110'JlH'-R""J Kutfltn and Inaru.A Mrs. S. K. Watts visited Cocoa, Wednexilay. i
Carter, Mrs. PlUm, and Messrs. Peck for iKtn.i: Lcinilon and' Llvi'rpmil. mid! .
days, to spend the remainder of the sea lobe
(I > anil IniiKTliil Fire IimnmiKie. Special I
and Lelaud Baldwin attended the Chanfftauqua. son with her father and slaters. She Is attention paM to the intermit, of non rodl- A. K. Hodgson Is confined to the liouso

DC Melbourne, remaining over just recovering from a severe spell of typhoid dent _________ __ will a Hovel u cold.! '
{Sunday fever, and Is coming smith to escape -
:;rr:; Sulwoilptlonn" I for he AnvooATK, Near & Tnjlnr have completed! an nrteNlnn Array.
the uuple.istness of i( Chicago sprlng. Tempting
!Mrs.\ Hughes was taken / .
suddenly and the pink paper of the East Coast, will bo '" well at "'aldl'1l1'uttnJtI'' lilt s. liar-
seriously Ill, Saturday afternoon. Dr. received at the Melbourne Postoflice. bout's residence.Archdeacon .
1 Holmes came about S o'clock and by THE BEST SALVE IX: THE WORLD

Imldaightshe was resting us easy as could Is Banner salve. It Is in idu from a prescription Mrs. Lookwrmd of Diytnnn, I 11\1 the ,] Drown will hold! services

Jbo expected under the circumstances.Mr. by a world wide known skin guest: of M I r. and Mrs.' C. II. StewHit.Hotel In St.John's' clinic next Sunday, ut II Of the Best and Most Original CLOTHINGfor
specialist and I Is positively the most heal a. m,, mud 7:MO: p. III.
Bower and family, of Coquina, (aileron has been. full nil '
during '
ing savefurplies burns scalds ulcers
Dr. llebaul( who the '
have all been quite sick for a week or running sores and all sklu diseases. B. the Cli.uitaiiq'in' with a delightful Met of U upending the win least Money.
more, with la /grippe. They are potting tor at Dayiona, is here visiting,I his son,
K. Wilson A: Son. guests. Dr. C. K: Ileblll,I.
better now. Miss Eva Owen also had It, lie" Iii slortlyroturn
(last week: It sincerely hoped it will Claude Duaiijciiu Melbourne Jle.icli, to bin home at (Grand KnpUU, 1\1 h'h. .: : t.l'ufL ::r..n II11 n .e. FM It T 'tst. *.*
|not become epidemic In this DEALERS will please note that Floiida' won the first prize with his. fast yacht,
neighborhood. Hardware Co., Jacksonvilleare selling the Ida May, on Saturday last. Smallpox Is again generally prevalentall -- -

kerosene oil heaters at cost. All who have attended our Cliaiitmi- llnaril over tlm United Malllil. Tho :State \ liuve the facts before in and justly feel MO enlhimlantio, I Hint no pen
of Health
advises
Mrs. A. L. Bruner has boeu quite nick evuryone to lie
since the death of her sister-in-law, Mrs. qna are delighted with our town and people vaccinated as there are a number of cases inndesoribothemstrong! ,'nolllCh.V.... hnve plnnned for tho Spring
IJ. W. Brunei-. She Mims. and predict great things for the future of the disease In this State
was
completely wornout "
of Melbourne Sisson to klf'lIlIlIIrl' and better Clothing! than ever before.
with the long and anxious care and Mrs W. I1. Youngs, Mr. and Mrs. 1).

{watching Dr. Chambers gave her his Mrs' C. N. Mims, of Titusville, was The boat race on Monday, was won by P. Voungs and Mae Clara: Powell, whu WE AUK: GOING '1'(.> SUCCKKD.]; - HOUND) TO DO IT.Values' .
best and skillful attention, and she Is friends the pretty yacht, Hippie' owned by Com- hiive beou guests' ut Hotel HI'IIIIulf"r,
calling on Saturday.
slowly Improving.J. modore F:Hewitt. This boat did not some weeks, lutD hero, U'odiiuHiluy, for
\V. Limner Services next Sunday. at 10:30: o'clock, enter In the first race. New York.
made business
a to
trip of This Sort.
hey J. E. Mickler .
ITitusvllIe, last week, returning Saturday, ofliciatlng.Chas. On Pioneer) Day we noticed among the *Thowoikof, housing the launch be \

and bringing his little daughter/ Wlnule, Dunham, who came to Minis for pioneers who came to the Ciiautiiuqua, l longing to ))1" Weld! of Uoston, a mont "
[who has been staying; with Mrs. Welu- lila health, is improving rapidly. Dr and Mrs. U. W. Holmes, and daughter her of the Cunavenil club, has been completed Make It a Foregone Conclusion.
berg since the death of her mother. Little Mitts Marv, from Sharpen Mm. .
; Heclluiial
II. Barnett" left, Thursday, for Springfield ; ; I a building CUx'JO feet i
Winnie seems to be AmelllVal..nllne and daughter !Miss
{and contented with her father perfectly happy Mass., after! spending several weeks Helen, of Tillman ; Messrs. Arnold, and having been built lot that 1'111'1'011"' AliClint I newt-Mtand best In M KN'H; AIISOI.UTKI.YALL : ,l

in Mims with friends Charles Bolionr of Malabar! ; and Mrs. L. The appearance of A. R. Hodgson lit P ,
Fred Munson's sail boat WOOL( HlJITHIIIIUh, from bright. fabrloH '
capsized the / snappy, ,
Melbourne
north of Mrs. B. F. Ives, daughter and sister, O. Brainard, of Vulkailn. concert was prevented by
[ Oleander Point, during the sudden Mrs. Belle Florence, of LaGrange were : Illness, his 'physician, Dr. Randall, positively good allbMtalltll1llall..rlll and, what IM more) .perfectllttlnir. .
squall, Friday. Mrs. John Gumbo entertained her
[ Fortunately, no one at forbidding Ids
I was on board, except himself. Capt. calling on friends one day last week beautiful homo. last Monday, a number on the violin fur seine patient I limo to to pN'fut'm !!. To begin the season right we inaki-. . I
ICojfgin went to hi.. relief, and kindly Mrs. Harry Roberts entertained the of friends with an afternoon tea, in honor oome.
[came down and Informed the family of Ladle Aid Society,Thursday, at dinner. of the birthday of her daughter, Mrs' I.. Mrs. 'I'hne.Harbour and her guest, Mm. U
I the accident. The boat was righted Seventeen Indies met and did quilt work, C. Moore. Among those piosent wel'l)(. Friend, of Paterson, N J., nucomuanlod Special Offering at $8.50
[next day, and was damaged but little ex- sowing, etc., for the benefit of the church. !Mrs. C. P. Spinglcr and daughter/ !Miss by Dire Uai'bom's grandson, Thomas
Icept losing the rudder and tearing the Emma, Mrs. W II. Moses, Mrs. Margaret Harbour, left TuoHtlny, for a short visit ,t
(sail. Capt. Cogging: ,: of Cocoa, arrived, Saturday to Miami and NaHs.m.
Petitt, of Phlladelplila" ; Mrs. SILl ton, ; They expect to i
]last, to look after his orange grove Virginia/ the Misses Susie and May Iu return In about a wetik's time. Of C'UrMl') to fully apprerlato tlielr great' value It Is
Fred Gould.-kf Orange N. J. arrived interests at this place. The Captain is ;
,
Dose, Mrs.I[ Hale, Suwanneo, Tenn.; and At the Town election necessary to net tlitMii. If you wind to NIIVU/ money you swill '
held
[Thursday, foP'lsbort visit with Dr andMrs. very much encouraged( at the prospects Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Mooie. Tuesday, C,
[ Wlttfeld. Saturday he spent a for a heavy yield of oranges this year. L. Taylor was elected mayor; Alex Near do' so. Also a new nnd complete" assortment of. .
[pleasant forenoon with Uncle and Auntie Our Chautatiqua has been splendid and Win. U. Konocli, aldermen; N. K.: i
{Hughes( and In the afternoon he went Chas. J. Emmons and daughter: after success, and Dr. W L. Davidson" has won Kin n lard, marshal ami collector; K. Tny- ,
I hunting with A. B. Carter Fred said he spending/ several weeks at Horkledge, the love and admiration of all our people lot, elorkS.; K. Watts, treasurer There Men's Furnishings {-
Melbourne and Palm Bench returnrd to
had not Shot a gun since he left here for the splendid talents he has furnished was but one ticket nominated, consequently -
[twelve years ago/ and expected he would air Mims. Tuesday. Mr.and Kmrnotw beneficial finds to the histhroat for the whole program. Dr. II. It. there was no opposition.' I
[be scared as bad as the ducks when the more balmy Palmer, as teacher and director In music Many of '
here than elsewhere our townspeople have taken
[gun went off; but evidently the ducks ; Dr. E. U Eaton, lu his blblo and advantage of the several opportunitiesof Men's New Spring Hats and Caps.
[got the worst of it. He says he does not Quite a number of young people attended I science talks and teachings; !Miss\ Anna visiting\ the Chants ut Melbourne .
[intend to stay away from Florida so long the dance, at LntJrango, !last Saturday : Mcf/all, in elocution and physical .ruin- und enjoying the various nqua delightful ,

[again. lIe returned home on Tuesday.! evening, given by !Mr. Bert Ive I log; Miss Rebel Withers, with her child. *. }'r. Pomroy wait the program talent !
Among them being the Misses Sadie ren's class; tlieCentiulia Male Quartette; Wednesday evening,among and his Men's Women's and Childrens Shoes.
Other remedies only alleviate the symp- Dodd and Clara Sackotf and Messrs. II. E. McGrogor, I In his talks to farmers; formanreon the violin was received with per .

[toins of dyspepsia and indigestion, Dr. Philip Roberts and Oscar Uoyd.LINOEUINO Mrs. I.ockwood and Mrs. Morrison, with rapt attention. "
[Loyal Ford's Dyspepticido) cures by at- __u__ _____ their sweet voices in song; Prof. Harry And, also the largest and lest" iiHMortnieiit of TKUNKH .
V. Richards, Prof Lane Messrs The Silver King left for Lake Worth
lucking tile root of the disease, and thus LAOUIPPE COUOII.G. .- rimrlfs '
[makes a healthy stomach that will perform Vaeher' 1:>7 OMjtood: lit., Chicago, says: 0. Vaul Smith, Wllliarcl Gorton, Cbas. Tuesday morning./ Among those on and VALISES:: ever showed on Indian' River
[ all Its functions perfectly. n. R. "My wife had a very severe case of la E. Grant and Edwin F. Bright, la all board we noticed Mr. and Mrs D. K.Htamhnugh Mall order promptly nttemlfd to. Wrlli for prjres on ,
|Wilson Son. grippe anllt loft her with a bad their parts in the program were splendid MissMaymestambnughDr.
cough, She tried a bottle of very Foley's and each deserve n full description and Mrs. J, P. Boot lie,Mr. and Mrs. O. W, any article: and we will take! pleasure In giving you

Honey and Tar and it gave immediate of their work. space would pormHt. McNabb, and Dr. and Mrs C. C. Boothe, good I vulture or money refunded.
-- ----- --- all of Youngstown Ohio and)
Tibbals, relief. A 60 cent bottle cured her cough / Capt.
entirely. Price 2ro: and GOc. II. K, Wilson A LITTLEKNOWM FACT.-That the Mrs. Xcubitc accompanied tho party

& Son. majority of serious discuses originate In Mrs, Clyde: Bailey ,:
gavaasurprlso party Store
Archdeacon B. F. Brown held] services disorder of the kidneys. Foloy's Kidney In honor of her uncle, Mr. Kllpatrlck( Eagle Clothing
Jin :st. Paul's Episcopal church on Sunday Cure is guaranteed.; Try It to-day If you 1\ondayevenlnjt. Thasn present enjoy. ,
last, and was the guest of Miss Gertrude Roseland.Quite are not feeling well B. 1C. Wilson. ed a delightful evening; cards nail mimlo

England during; his stay here. being especially pleasing features. Progressive Opposite the bank Titusville.

lion.Frank Durban and wife, of Zanes- a party from Mlcco. as well as Bovine. euchre was played, Mrs. Alns- ... ._. .
and ---- --- -- -
Iville, 0., arrived in this place, )last; Sat- Koaeland to the worth Mr. Randall I winning the honors
from went ocean
nl' view the site of the
beach, Sunday, to
I the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harris. I inlet J, T. Stewart, of Tropic[ contemplate taking tLe consolation prize If
I:.Mr. Durban Is president of the Zanesvlllo hoped-for moving to Bovine very soon. I'

lit Ohio railroad; and is one of the foremost T. S. Drake went to Eau Oallie, Tuesday Frank Young, Fred Houston and Jim GOING DOWN HILL.-Peoplo] sufferIng The pink, paper of the East Coast Is Father 0'Doy]" paid! this town a visit
lawyers In the state of Ohio. to buy lumber for soma Improvements Henderson are trapping this week.N. from kidney klseane feel a gradualbut much In evidence at all the hotels inI'alm last Monday
Including a bath house, that be Is sternly loss of vitality. They should Beach and West Palm !Bench. Mr.
: from Palm
Miss Gertrude England, one of our his D. Lock's horse and KeynohU came up[ j
making on place. was run over i loose n() time In trying Foley's Kidney
most prominent ladles a format The schooner J. F Powell, of Melbourne Beach on fuulllhL)'.
young gave killed by the cars on Saturday night. "
Kidney Cure It U guaranteed. B. Jt.
and Mrs. L. C. Moore and their I '
tea, Saturday afternoon last, at ber :Mr. with sovrml members of the Mrs. C. '1'.
(beautiful residence. Those present were !guests, Mrs. and Miss Spangler and Mrs( Quite a large amount of beans are /grow Wilson A: :Son.. Powell family on board, bus arrived In visitor to town McCarty this week.wan. a pleasant i'j'
J.Mr: and Mrs. Jennings, of Harrlsburg Petitt..of Philadelphia have gone on a ing at this place. They aro-looking In I '
pa.; Miss Clara Fasten, of Buffalo, N. Y.; pleasure trip down the Indian River, andto splendid condition. Banyan. port.The A. Cook arrived on Saturday night, "
IMrs.: Thos. Llmer, of Columbus, 0.; Mr. Lake Worth. They went In Mr.Moore's Our settler should subscribe<< for the liouso-lxiat Kochestnr, In command from I'ouce Park, to look after his place ,
of'apt.; A. Hi'iiiiBtt' of lOuu; Jallle
the Erclldoiine.Jos. here
launch
J.ind Mrs. Fred t Cairo III. ,
Galiegar, <> ; ADVOCATE, as It Is the Urgent homo-
[Archdeacon B. F. Brown of Titusville I A party from Ueorglann, with mule arrived here on Monday, with it 'party Mrs, Wadklim and of Putnam ,
; Williamson, of Mlcco, had the print paper on the East Coast. from Melbourne, nmongst, I them being family, 1"
1-Mr.: and Mrs C. II. of Mount team conveyance passed through Banyan hall J. Lane
Rocey, misfortune to fall from a ladder while are vIsiting T. of this
and Mrs. and l
!Mr. two' daughters
McCoy '
rllzabeth: Mr. Mimes, of Eau: Gallle. has the sub Monday.A /
and
; Mr. and Mrs. Harris, Mr. It was thought at first place.Mr.<< ,
picking oranges. from Kentucky Mr\ and Groe b ck and
;
(:.Mrs.' contract to carry the mall for the next
and Mr. and Mrs. Waters
|of Tibbals.Jennings to be quite a serious accident. He was four years from Bovine to Kau: Jallle. /gentleman from Ohio, In company brotber-ln-lavv, of New York; Mrs. HeM- Collier and family have arrived i.j.,
All report a very pleasRn'rime. attended to by Dr. Holmes, and we are with A. Wheeler, was tlnlllnglrj lianyao, nett, Mis Smith, and Joe Mills, of Mel'\ horn from Kau O.illle, and are now doml* I
pleased to say Is now around again. Capt. C. K. Stewart of Uonavintnre; with a view to locating.E. t>uu rue. died In J. 8. Bell's house at Taylor
The ]launch Buckeye and yacht Irene, and K. U. Stewart, of llrantley, were In creek. I
Phane left for Palm Beach this week,
Our esteemed friend Albert A. Bots-
weighed anchors last Tuesday and Mailed MONEY and buy Building material Bovine l last week, and went on the cow" ,
SAVE and It. C. Creech leaves this week for
The
bunt. ford, paid a visit, taut week, to Eat (1,1. fishermen are making some big (
for points down the coast with a veryJolIy I of Oeo. II. FERSALD: Sanford, Fla.
Cutler and the Keys. In the Interest of lie. While there he was the guest of hauls with their seines, and the guest
party on board. all follows: Mr. Our school has closed for this year. O. Furnian it Co. : Itenj. Jernrgan will .
M I'll. Scott and Mm. E. F. Hatch. He of the Fort Pierce hotel
are delighted
I Prank Durban and wife, of Zanesville, Glorious News Owing to the attendance of pupils being leave shortly for Miami. It looks] as seemS, to think that W, S. Botsrord, jr., with their catches. .
I ). Mrs. Tlios. Limer of Columbus 0. under 'l0 we could not extension
[ ; get an though we will have to furnish food for I"I the lineal boy In Florida and Is destined -
I:Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oaliegar, of Carlo, III.; Comes from Dr. D. B. Car i1e, of Was- of tl me. the 'skeeter bugs alone.
to be 1& 'leading light In the near A Life and Death .
::11' and Mr,. and }II'. andMrs. "Four bottles of ..Tifflit.Mr.
J. T. Waters hits I. T. He writes:
The canal from Lake Washington:: to ---- future. Mr. ]lot.ford has made
W. II. Harris of Tibbals. The of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs. Brewer many W. A. lilacs, of Manchester, (a.,
Indian Klver if friends here Ills
I completed, would settle Eugene: J. Hall, the poet ami publisher by gentlemanly and very
I'Mptains Informed the writer that they of scrofula[ which had caused her great writing of his almost miraculous escape, 7
this section more than anything olse. It that one dose rif Foley's Honey courteous manner. I
says
"xpect to upend much time In hunting paid for years. Terrible sore would from death, says: "Exposure after measles
would thousands
I bring of acres of ]land and Tar restored his voice when boarsenoss -
md fishing: and will\ vlult lobe Sound, break: out on her head and face, nod the under cultivation. threatened to his lecture at Induced serious lung trouble, which)
Jupiter, Palm Beach and Miami before best doctors could give her DO help; but Music Hall prevent Pleasa wrlto a* whenever you fall to ended In consumption.\ I bad frequenthemorrhages
Central
and her health Is Clilcago. Nothing receive the AUVOOATB.:
returning. her cure ls complete and coughed night and
*' lie Fooled the Surgeons. else[ as good. B. 1C Wilson fc: Son.
exrelleu.. This shows what thousands day. All my doctors said I must soon
C. S. Arnold, of Youngstown, Ills., la have proved-that Electric Bitters is the All doctors told Renick Hamilton of To The Deaf die. Then I began to use Dr. King'
riling of Dr Ford's Dyspeptlcide, says: best blood purifier known. It'. the su- West Jefferson, O.. after suffering Is/ SASH, DOCKS: AND BLINDS. Florida New Discovery for Consumption which
'My wife baa taken 3 bottles of D spep-and preme remedy for eczema tetter, salt months from rectal fistula he would die Hardware Cc Jacksonville A rich lady, cored of ber deafness and completely cured me. I would not be
ticlde la, I believe, permanently cur- rheum, ulcers, bolls and running sores. unless a costly operation was performed noises! In the head by Dr. Nicholson's; without U. even If cost 3.0O) ) a bottle.
rd of Indigestion, constipation and sick It stimulates liver, kidney and bowels, but lie could himself with five boxes of Too many people loose valuable time Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10OX] to his Hundred bare used It on my recommendation
P'eadache' with which she has been troubled expels poisons, help. digestion bolld up Bucklen's Arnica Naive, the surest Pile In experimenting with cough sod cold Institute so that deaf people unable to and all say It never falls to
for twenty ;year or more. Money the strength Only CO cents. Sold by care on earth, sod the best salve In the ear.,.. They should take Foley's Honey procure the Ear unties may have them cure throat, chest and lung troubles"
'annot estimate the good it baa done B. R. Wilson A: Son druggists. Guaran world. 2.1 cents a bos.: Sold by B. B. and Tar before It Is too late. B. K. Wilson I. free. Address No. 1134 The Institute, Regular size I floe and <1; trial bottles
Pier." B. K. Wilson A: :Son.: teed. Wilson fc: Son, druggUU. A Hon.: 780 Eighth Avenue, :New York. N. Y. free at II. K. Wilson Jt: Son's drug store.INDIAN .
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1I DATES AND FIGS (.
hundred bushels: 4 Florida EastCoast Rye

TWO ltl r. W. P. StvIu 1e, wlio w nt'h Eu
r Potatoes remove rope as an agricultural explorer liu. TIME TABLE NO. f+. IN EFFECT FEB. 1. 1000.BOUTH .

of "actual" Potash returned and has. maJo a report to< (Read Up) NORTH BOUND -
eighty pounds BOUND (Bead Down.)
..t hi
results
Wilson of the
j : from the soil. One thou trip Secretary to the countries! along the Medl. NftM DullyX./ ST lhaflyaU7 No.1II1 010117 1 No.l\I DIIiI7:\ :Dilly:o.D&No.2 Daily STATIONS. Da1lr No.ilj; NO.1m0.Uny\Dully. 1j No.1II Deny;! Davy:: -aT: .No Dally'r,Iii':

extracts. iron .. M cxlll" nx Sn IX ouT
U'lTiineau. The following; __ "n _
of fertilizer containing TI'I TBoi Lr.lJ'kvffle. 'TOOP i 7itup 10UUp 7OO"114--n;; ;"
.
'i
Tl6p
ljOhn i
4 sand pounds a thu! report dhow some of the more Im 45 p T2I.iP ;Iwp104lua Ara.A'g'UnoLv!: 0 lOp Stop II uup 6tea104"6 a 11 ip; I

"actual" Potash purl lint results of Mr. Swingle's. invextlguilous p ...II....43..... .22up..... .lI/6p..;/... 1 1000p 1UWa 866a '.ivS.AVtiuoAr. 0061' .lItbp: 866p> ......
8% ... ...... ..... U 4a .Himlinirn.Lv 8a. "
1r work which ....... ... ... 986a s'i' 'i'iip! .. ::
: An Important ... ......... .E.P.E.p 11411& ArK. Palaiku12u5a ;
11'' will supply just the amount Secretary Wilson\ has under way lithe _........... ::.:..:..:.:. !.!!..... JIOp : lu 05u! Ar..Palutku..LvlUa 5111p..T p 1121.Jp.J. .. .. '. .
...... ..: ..: 1116. Lr..Pulutk .Ar U p _.
116 Y. '":: : :::.:...
finer Horts ot .. .. ":::'' ;
Introduction of the r :\: :: :::::: MineuLr. ... 'l2I.Jp .. .... .......
i needed. If there is a de ..........:. ..... :=. ...... flOp fIiiPArI 71 ..... .
t .
: date palutH from the old world luto the 2--.. ..... ..... ...... Slims 8 15a LvUan mat rAr : -

Jiciency of Potash, there will be arid or semiarid Bouthwest.! a 40:7'.!:J :..:..: i 11/1'1'I6P: Nap U06p mu l Wa to(TS6a 4Ua Lv.* ..Ormond.Lv.PalutkaAr T.iP U Nip 114.1p 41J5p 7 tltj alp.U'4 44, tI e

The date palm must have a very hoi I! ... ..... / IIWp 1 .DBytona. I1lI6p 4:1tlp: 861p '840R e t1 1'1I
a falling-ofT in the crop. and dry climate to ripen good ; Jj ....... .bill'... 8a1p: title....... "" '.OranK... S26p '1Mp..821p'/08a Ii .S-
very ........U: &. 1141p 164> I124a N.tamyrDa" 8001' 4utp 1111I +
.
...
.i "
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valuable fruit and yet can stand considerablefrost : ..... sap oak: Hill. 114111' .... .. .. .. .yt
We have some beJ.
In winter. It produces! the best fll1S!'"' it ...........1at8a'J28p. ...... 26Up1816p II I lip ""lttuevfll.City Point Slop 14Ilp ........1187"....p. .BI8a. .. .. y I f II Q.:.
about composition sandiest soils, and fat l:3: 'S 1948P, .Cocoa. 1ll6p .. ....a i
books telling fruit on the If Ife -= ft ...,.. .... qlp 886p tI'b
... .. ..
"Rooklodg. .. ..
OJ: ; .
li/2p
other crops tlie poorest Bolls, and It .a ...... ..... ...&:. lIijtjp 102p "Eauialle" 12 amp 283p.. 87p.. .. .. ?
.. 1IUp
.... "'IP 4hip .1"1"
value of fertilizers white' .. J ....
and
use thrives on all soils, even those .,.. .. U6 4lijp! 141p "JloI.flbourne" 1IIIIIIp IijP. 8' I!
: p
...... .. ..
t C: ... .Uoiwluud. 11 li0a
.
are with alkali. An abuuduuc water sup :t ..... .... :.... lloop 1I000p .::... ..Sobastlan.. llala..... .:..:. .. .... p It t'tl
dor various They Realizingthe "J: ....: ..... .I
crops. ply Is, however, necessary. ':!'B1I t .. .. 1l1 7p .St. Luole. 11011" lt. I:1 I-:[
great Importance of th*;) date palmto ..:!i .. ...... 70Qp bOP 810p .F Pleroe. "" IU dka 1215p.. 8'86p..... 12. .42a. "
free. .... ...6.... 6110p ...... ...Tlbbalifc. lOtrq... !
i sent directed 1-.: :. .. ..... .. .... : :rp
the southwest the secretary :' ..... Oatp ..... .JCden. .. 111211"..... i N'
KALI WORKS ; '* YJeri-a *4 ...... ..... .. .... "
GERMAN Mr. Swingle to visit the Algerian date :Palid: ..... .... 611\1p ...... 11I21a .ag'
Nanuii St.,New York. .. .. .. ... .64p! ...... Stuart' IlIlIa ..it.I .
93 "="" palm plantation and study the methods Tri-'V celdy Sailings ii.: '" .. ... 717p .?.. ." ...tiuund!! : Y\ .,
.
n of culture followed there and especially "!1 : ."... :......... 'lOOp ...... "W.Jupltor" 41a..5.: I yt
Free and 1d" ... ... "W.P.B'cb" 8 :
to secure plants ot the trueDegletnoor fg; ? 1I.I15a lO n 104Up'l:' 5:1'
824p'60BpArP.Wchban" 11f. ::
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NEW YORK .. l14Ga 901\1'
in{ Accepted Masons., ; nUll other superor varie BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and :111I.':;f-ij 5-. .". .".". 6460 III0p 82111' 1I1I1pLvR. P'clann" 84&llOaia. II 'p1146pand. ;
:)
.. .. 62UpwP.B'ChAr: 82U11 U66a184u.toSip
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11M. : 811II1'
ties. This bus been done, anr the first r.o_; : .. .. 61411 .Y:1Up.. ... 9U4p.. .. .Boynton.Lv Tills.. .,. .. ... Ytap t ItJ !
shipment bus reached the ('x pl'rlml'ntstation Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) -I!: "a J w.!j" =, .. .. 6:1'oIu: ... ... i4p..s. .. Lioiriiy.. 74..a. ... ... 9/\Up/\ tfa J J.tl1
..... F.L'dam. 661a! ... .... "ILlp II'
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k ndlan i y No. 00TitUHVillO rive later In Arizona, and oiher will\ ar The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service ..: a- N: :;1 I.. ........... A6e0..DUlp.7 lI.al., .. ...+.IUAm., .710nAr. .. .. "Le'm.Hlninl OlTy;, "" 617a.....1110"...Ii11tM. 8Uip RfIIn! !.a r F

1 River %i Investigations made at the Arizona IlltlUrf. Utl UOthi Ht.0,.lit e,Ill Abe Wae'e U./Ib IC "v. e"""_.

; li: I experiment station show thai1 the date The Clyde New Englncl and Southern Lines. between aw Smyrna and wrung; Between Tltn.vllle and Sanford.
rmlce.,: Flol'l i HoMH.fu iimfitlnuH the. n"m>mt. :and fourth Frl- : the plant by removing,: and Direct bervtce Between ; No.4. No.ll bTATIONB.:: : u41pUo&atNewbmyrna.Ar
propagate > !) STATIONS.:: u.
lay uf each. month, a the liiillini River hotel, the suckers which appear at and all Eastern Points, 2I. 7l .wuLv.'l'l\11ItvIlJe ........ ArT:
Providence UitpU4'p
TItnvllloat7W"'ui"ek: i>.in. I lautlug slurs the varle- Jacksonville Boston, 4Btlu+ 104p I .Luke tleluu..Lv\ :.! Soup\ 7 M86lla.. .?........ .Mima... ...........LT.. lUp
A. A.Huiwart. Wo.hipfllllIUIt.er. the base of the stem "82p' 5inp5miy !82ea: ..... ....OniwmBnterprlHQ............ lit>;.
orb
H. U. Wllwui, Seiilur \\IIrlion.J. U'S rid not come true! trove seed. Thesesuckers (Calling at Charleston, 8. C., both ways) 6 U'5p185u Ar.OranguC'yJet..OriuiKe Cilty. 9271 .,........ .......... :: 11 IUlluui;,
It. Wp' .ur Ion..J. obtained 1112p I 1l11U..Ar) .... .... anford. ..........
L. Currutliurs/ursmlo Doacon.F are what Mr. Swindle 8EMI-WEKKLY; : SAILINGS: All trams.. \>tot"oonIo..w: biuyrnt and UiuugeOily

.J II A. 1-iwliiy,Junior. l>iuuioii. from half a dozen cases! in the Sahara Southbound..j... .......... ...... .. .. .. .. .... .. .......... .from T...wU Wbarf JaokHoiivilli UOMton. Junction uiuiy.Between All train between TitunvUle and Sanford
.
I1 J. M.lltxanTr'asnmr. Northbound. .. .. .... . ........ .. .. ".. ... from foot of HOIIU18Lr..ot. dally except bvindny.Therm
K. A. Morgan Hauretury. desert. and Pablo Beaoh.
Jaok'ville
... Time Tables show the times at which
A. lur. InveRtlgiit'ons' Mr.
a his
1 1 O.F.: R.If.ChILffoo WILle..n, 'Btew""I.. iwlngle While pursuing secured large numbers of the Clyde's St. Johns Fiver Tanc. No.I;i; STATIONS._ No._16 :tram8andbo..t"t""ybeexpootedto..rrlvsll1l.depart from the several HI at Ions and porti),
lulu Lv..So. JacitsuvmeAr! tllJ/ip/ but their arrival or departure at the timer
rlflea-
riastophugn,: Insect for the cnt BETWEEN, JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD: 6 noa Ar.... ... ...Pablo Hoo..b..Lv Slap .Ktated. not guaranteed nor doea the Company
.A HOTBED FOR CHICKS lon of the fill:. Cuprlllcatlon Is n process ; Fla.and intermediate landing on the St.John's River All trains between ho. Jucltxouvillo) aiitl Pablo hold itself. responsible for .any delajr: or
-..- practiced the countries about theMediterranean Jacksonville,Palatka, Sanford Enterprise STEAMElt"FltKlVJC Buiu-h dully exwpt Sunday nny ponaoqiieiiopn arising therefrom.

r "We have IIIIVII.111'PlI\ confronted from the earliest tmes,
clJAUY.
with a Berlotm puzzli What shall we end Btlll considered l'MlentlI11Jy the SHAW. Florida East Coast Steamship Co.
W. A.
do with the young clil'-tiH wli'ii compelled .jrowers of Smyrna figs. To Injureaprlllcatlon CAIT.
and Thursdays. SAILINGS
,Tuedclays PROPOSED
I Jacksonville 3:30: p in., Sundays
BO Leave
broodr suspend
the
to remove them from the peasants Wediiesilays and Frldayj.
,
of the Leave Sanford\ ,00 a.m., FnterprlHO 0:30 a.in., Mondays HIAMl-HAVANA LINE, .
hatch? branches
to wake room for tl* next ailed cuprlOgs In the .
.
Wo filially concluded 'tlnit the treatment ommon fig tree Just as the your g figs Gen'l Passenger and Ticket OffIce 204 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville. Miami Sundays and Wednemlaya." ..................... ...........,...*...,....11:80p.: ., m.
the Lave ............ .................................... S.UOp.: m.
of and
six ... Thursday
which had been found beut'llclnl\ ire forming. From two to WARBUBTON T. P. A., ..M.UtOXnUNOER.JR., Fla.Jacksonville 1"1. AKt., .11'1.. Leave Arrive Havana Havana Tuesdays Mondays and Frld iys.. ,.._...,...........................................llOUs.:t m.Arrive .
for young plants would' do equally aprlilga, which look exactly like small W. H 'l 1\1\ state Bt,, New York. ( L.:aw MO* WeHt WARD Hay, Snpartateauenr.tn., Miami Wodnesdoysand .: 6:00: )*. m.

well for young chicks mrd', green tigs are threaded on a 0. P.LOVELL, Asst.Fla. Suut..Jacksonville. Fla. I I JOHN. fc'oot Hoican bt.,JackaonviUe, Fla. MIAm-KEY WEST LINE, .
1 When chickens were n and the chapel Is then thrown M.. B Bowling Orson New York .
our rash T.
young THEO. O. KOKU: .. ..... ..................11:110 .ra.
20 to 30uurlflei .. and Friday........... .. : p
ral Agents. Wednesdays
few weeks old., we U'uIIHfel'red them nto the branches.' From WM. P CL.YUK ft CO., U n U..l.are Ae., Philadelphia: Leave Miami Mondays and Saturday. *....... .........................IJ.UOnoon.: .
i from the brooder Into the hotbed. This. nulllce for a large tree. These MbroiiKti_n.._.._. n_ Itulldlnn. II) !State! !St.! (how cork 1st !i0.! Arrive Kny. Went Tuesday,,Thursdays Thursdays" audSaturdays.! ........................,......... 8.00p.m.Arrive : ".
{ we found was a splendid place for the caprltlgfi; are the fruit of the male form :: Leave Key Miami. Went Wednes4laya Tuesdays, Fridays .and Sundays. ... .... ............ .. ...... ......... BKJOfcin.:

s young chicks and we have enlarged of the species. of which the ordinary Co. MIAMI-NASSAU LINE, .

upon our first Idea l and have construct Dg tree Is the female. The caprlflg tree Ocean Steamship and Friday. (Standard ""me).................... 8:00 p.m-
1 does] not bear edible figs,: but. Instead Leave Miami.. Tuesdays Wednesday, Thursdays anti baturdnyn. ... ............... ..... .
with little Arrive NuH au Tuoikuiya Saturday l (Nassau Aime).................... BKXp.Iii.: )
email tough fruits filled "Savannah Line"Fast L..veN..u Miami udnMdnyii.Tuesday Thuradayii. Fridays and and Sunday.. . ... ... ...... .. ...
1 Arrive
which Issue minute, black
galls from ...br"aryan MewAfter .
neon eat lnxe during
The above at e ''
1J waapllke Insects-the blastophagas. April let. thte p will be two MitiiinKm'er week

J Those fig Insects In forcing their way Freight and Luxurious Passenger Route from For ''OI i>y of ,ova time. (turdujut. at. .1A! V est Hay. street. Jackm>.1.nviliH D. KAHNEH, or ndtlre> A. O. P. AMt .
become coated with J. P. BLGCKWITH'rraltlo Manaxer.
out of the cuprlQgs .
and the East. Anl".tlnp .
Boston __
pollen. Then If they enter the ordinary Florida to New York, '- -

or female fig, Just developing at ---- .

g ri this season (July), they rub off thepollen
anrmrea 4' ttraarntar on the flowers Inside] the fig -
Southern .
which thus. becomes fertilized and ripens + _

-NrTrl MAwUI[ lfOaT K.MVI. NPedO an action beneficial\ to #i4 LA

W the ft: growers In two ways-first. In %

pi' ....eying the fig from dropping off :4Rail'Way..

END VIKW or IIUUSK. vl-.on I fcnf: : proven; \ and second from ,
ed a scratching: and dusting place and thp heft: nrtty: flavor which the seeds

a grand winter resort for chicks of E'.v! ?( ti te: fvu't.: DIRECT LINE-QUICK TInE :

large growth. The nccompiiurliiK Illuntrntlou Not all varieties of figs] /: require capri lTIttY7PelH'11V emn y'' ,
given a good, Idea of Its. con. already 7rWFilrilAl --TO--
,
ficn tlon. and Indeed there are I
struction. We dug tl trench 5 Vet sorts which have\ for a centuryfruited BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA
wide, 2 feet ,deep and 25 feet long. We many abundantly In the south and WASHINGTON,

filled this trench out foot with l hoarse southwest. It Is, however absolutely! NEW YORK, CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, AT-

: j manure and one toot with dry earth. coprlfy the best sorts of
to CHATTA
necessary BIRMINGHAM. MEMPHIS.
LANTA.

M A the quantity ground.of This litter trench cun be runs scattered. east. and on figs,breed for drying.In California The Insect and It has Is begunto hoped Feast RJa.11.a ..PJ rt Salt. NOOGA, ST. LOUIS KANSAS CITY

west. that It will succeed In passing the SHORT RAIL RIDE TO SAVANNAH. and all Points East and Weit
On the south side the wall Is constructed permanently es
winter and becoming
of board. two feet high,: one Thence via Ship sailing from Savannah.

toot below and one above the level of tablished.We may now confidently expect to 4 NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS:
the ground. On the north side the wall established each weo1
I! see the dried fruit Industry 4
is three feet high one toot below and shortly not only'In California, but Ships The New York and Florida Express

two above the surface of the ground. also In Arizona and In all regions In Via Savannah and Charlotte !f.C.
The entire roof ls constructed In sections New YOR7a: : :..
where there nro
the south and southwest The New York and Florida Limited:
j and can be removed tu a ahol.t.tlule enough,: to kill tbeornnJ.e E1C>ST N'-2 N. C.
frosts severe :
,
are no Wtc': Via Savannah.nd Charlotte
to clean house and to renew the the weather Is D-SEJXPS .El Mail i
where
and
which fa the source of tree and hotels. are supplied| with monthly Batllnjt Bche.lules. The United States Fast ,
borne manure, and September. ticket agents/
All : N. C.
dry during August reservations, or call 01 and Charlott.,
the heat. On the south side the roof Is Write for Renerallnrol'm\tloo, sailing\ schedules, ,tateroom Via Savannah

mode of ulteniato window Bash with -- .. .. HINTOK WALTER HAWKINS::!, The Cincinnati and Florida Limited,
E. H. .
glass In and boards nailed. In sections. ..., ...... Traffic Manager, Oen'l Agt. Traffic Department.Fla. -' Via 3...,
,
and this. part of the roof stand almost TIDe r ,..' I I I Savannah:: Ga. 2HV.. Bay St., Jacksonville, .

perpendicular. The root on the north : ----.-------. Through Vestibuled Trains-.Pullman Drawing-Room( Sleeping Cars.

side Is. made of boards nulled In suctions Through Coaches--Elegant Dining Cars.

and Btnmls. comparatively Hat. and
Central
The comb of the root Is !live fret high. Florida BETTER TIME AND BETTER SERVICE THAN EVER BEFORE-
Clone up the ends with boards and Pinkha/IJ

make a door at each end large enoughto
Through P-llman Sleeping; Cars between Jacksonville. : and Cincinnati

ndmlt a man. Railroad ,O., Via AsheTllle. N.C., and Kmozville.Thromfh"THE
In the directions for building a poultry Peninsular
house we are always told to put a ,. LAND OF THE SKY."

Loa filled with rond dust In the corner Remedies '
i And In all\ cases we have found the said to all points Through Train via Southern Railway are now Operated oonneotlen wit
road dust would absorb enough moisture Unexcelled service from Florida the Plant System from .Jaoluonvllle.For .

t. from the atmosphere to freeze Into

___ a solid\ mass during cold' weather. Tho For disorders of the East and West.. Rates,Schedules and Information,call on or address i

hen palace here deaorlbed answers the feminine organs have North A. OIRARDEAU. T. P. A.. or W. T. COSBY T. P. X,

.purpose of a gigantic dust bath fancy their renown a 13 West Bar Street Jaokionvtlle. Fla
day room and feeding ground for the gained groat RANDALL CLIFTON District Paisenger Agent, Sarmnak. 0.

hen. The birds will bud many bugs: and enormous sale bo- Two Trains dally between Tampa, Jacksonville Savannah and Columbla,1carrylnj :J. M CULP. W. A. TURK. a H. HARDWICK.
I
the worms manure.and tiles The that ground are hatched has never lu cause of the permanent Pullman Drawing, Room Sleeping cars, connecting at Columbia With sleepers] fo Tr..m" Manager. .u... Co ten WublDllton.. P...... Art:u.! Co Au" Ge. PaM.Aelaata Alt.Wehinton. ...n.&t&&t k '

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done and
been frozen on the Inside since Its erec good they have York ..: ::;;;:------
Phila. and New
tlon. arc doing for tho women Washington Baltimore

superstructure The size of this win winter be changed resort and to milt the of this country. via AMieville.. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.FlorIda .

Clnc.lnna.ttl Sleeper,
with
Also
t the various Ideas of your many readers If all ailing or suffering
and In cold and stormy weather New York
any one will be BurprNed' to find how women could bo made Philadelphia and Boston.From .

much time the fowls will *|M>uil on the to understand how absolutely .."Dixie Flyer" llrnnswlck(direct), to New York.
Inside find how much this chicken pnl- tho
truo aro PASSENGER SERVICE.
ace will add 1 to the comfort and healthof between Jacksonville and St. Louis via p ,
about LydIa E.Plnkhanl's Through; Sleeping Car Route JackannrllU'
the flock and how much the Income statements 1 y To make connections with stesmrrs, leave "'
i will be In"rl'n .,.l. During,: the pastwinter Vogotablo Atlanta Chattanoog a and Nashville fPnlnn wpot)on Thuriilayn via(Cumberland. Route"aU Rati"* 2 a.0:
Lake City )Macon ternan.Una ILt 1:3O: p. m. 11..119.zout. ;: or ;,.
we had a splendid Paaeengerarrival
opportunity their sufferings f p.m. (Plant System) arrive Hrunnwlck tI:'IO.
to test the value of this scratching shell Compound Chicago and all points In the Xorthwest. at Brunawiuk go directly aboard vteamer.
for Kansas City,
end. Making connections
for laying hens. From our hens placedIn would

this. shed we received four eggs to PROPOSED SAILINGS

one from the same number. and kind Mrs. Plnkham counsels Through sleeping car service between Jacksonville and New Orleansvia >.New York Pier 21 E.R.,3 KXip.m., Standard Time.) Lv.Prnn. l* I

.I 1.1I\l'lln the ordinary scratching he.l., women free of charge River Junction and tensacola. Friday Feb 1e. .... .. ...... ......RIO (; .. .. .... ...... Mar; ;
We claim tor this the cheapest and Frld..y. .. 21 ... ....... .. .. KSll'E. .............$S.. .. l lFriday .
I lost method of construction to m-oiirn Her addross Is Lynn Full Information on application to any agent of this company. Frid..,: Mar 4. .. .vr.v..:: ......:.'...-..RtO ;:: : .:.. ........ .. : ? :
she 9................ ..... ....COLOKADO. ..............,..............Friday,
jt comfort for a flock of young or old Mass. The advloo
chickens during( the winter season and glvos Is practical and A. O. McDonoll, L. A. Shipman,. For general Information,(teamen,train,rate, etc.,apply to

f of great nssUtinci. to the poultrynmnIn _BASIL OII.L, Agent Ito W.Bay St.Jaek.oovaiaR.
honost. You can write I Pass. Agt.
curing: a larger income and greaterI General I Pr 3s. Agt. Asst. Gen. .H.RAYMOND,General Southern Agent Brnniwlck,Oa.
profits from Ms fluc--! W. U. B. In freely to her; she Is a woman N.Y.
Broadway
4{ 1 I leather. : I JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. C.H.MALLORY: Co.,General Agent Pier 21. E.Hirer and 385










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=: :N:: IAN RIVER: :2OTEL:: : MAGNOLIA NOW OPEN
HOTEL OCKLEDOE: FLA., NOW OPEN.
s AUGUSTINE:, FLA.
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TITUSVILLE
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r < .oo, '0\ *12.000) i expended on Improvements and new furnishing last year ''
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INDIAN RIVER f f "
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." ".'Yf2.: '"A'?.;, ..... 'u_- '.2"\" ':" and #!nOOO this season. Hydraulic Aerator, Hot and Cold: ;,'i' "tvil.; \ ., ". .
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f'" .. .:>r..; '" .::-; ;:8' FLORIDA. Water Kuthson each! door; also Private Ratite added to several ,, ... ,. ..
....- ffl'' the ,. : .
.'. suites and lloiitliijf Arrangements see among Improvements;
.: : : making this popular house one of the most comfortable and well
.i I i South. Write for booklet.
equipped hotels In the
'.;': .. }.. J. G. BAST, Proprietor.
PALMER & MAcDOWELL, Proprietor
t. ryMif
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r: !'" L r- '" ." The hotel fronts on the I \ NOW OVEN.
.w1.t!" / '/Io't--. c: : -;:..E. \,.. .. *s... 'ldellweepofbay(7mllu( The BUCKINGHAM
.. ,I',au '' ,{ ,:"'s t ,:, r.ir : In width), formed by ther'Tr ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
'
I dj. l i fhhC!! ," }" ,. .'W tn rilhml': Indian JIver: lIIaklngltRf .
f t.5I\f'! 1, .1/\nJt.;\: .... I .I,' fr.tlh' .; "If dellRhtful R'Um1l1er 1'01i1tH Opposite the Hotel Alrnznr and Ah l1Io.t". Wide verandas; picturesque
i!na n .';;1\ir\ ;r.. ,'1'I, ; !atn'9,' 'nli p ,I'f11\;1 ..IMfiih/,! / ....,.n l 1101'1; Constaut cool lawns. Home-like and comfortable. Rates moderate.OEO. 1'.wr.
I III t< '+jv: O: 'X.': 'ii'-","av; !- AtI' :.r., :'i..f."I'I'' ''! ;wigs-? I breezes from the sun and C. HOWE, Proprietor. l ,
I (!IZ'- e d
'Q'lob XXr '"t I I': .: 'Zt.[ :' I tFt,1 : III bay; Flowing sulphur ? II O1Mlllum t
II I'f.' :I\\ "ttIsIIy ,1t:;' I""" ln: W sptins{ :Special summer --------V h11ui Iu mr)6du) s oil!
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K '' :
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? ..... :1 I';. rates.
,il. : S."t AI "W- The St. George... Sr. At'tlutl1'l al'LA, ..r "' 1T tkR

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JACKSONVILLE: :. r c F. S. TYI.KU, Propiletor.) It. S. GIIKICN, Manager.;

- -- Corner of the Plaza\ : nud St. George Street. In thevery '_, """. ; $ : ii

Frr center of the city. Strictly Ihst-class[ In every
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
The St. James '_' and
1 otu respect. Kates: $ .JO I'cry upwards.
Season 181)0-11)00.) ) Now Open. Special weekly and party rates in the largest
) This Hue hotel In the oiange (growing section of the East Count

The S'. .lames. needs no Introduction to visitors to Floilda, From small boo ---------rY hotel on Indian River It has over 110O( IOOIIIH, limits, barber shop, billiard nndjpool;

ginning In 181m, the St. James has I Increased\ in size and ndded to its appoint- The New loom, electila lights, elevator, and all modem Improvements. Cuisine excellent.A .
meets with\ increased popularity: ottho touiistn' travel to Florida.. Algonquin Hotel llrst-vhiHs orehestia. Du not full to stop uhf at Rooklvdgo, one of the beauty spot 9
The IOCl 'lon is the in Jacksonville\ ,
unsurpassed, being on highest ground of Indian Ulver. H. l'h )KEY, Proprietor.
facing the St. James Park. Baggage checked to all points. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
Its music us in the past seasons will be fuinlshed by Prof. Ed. Prouty'sOrcliestrn Y .
and will be of the hitrli giade. This IIODHC, as In the post, in under h' ...F1tONTlNGON'FIlE1'LA/.1... WHITE'S' COTTAGE '
the management of J. 1C. Campbell. and ever thllllC11I) be done for the cool t I Under New and I.iheial Manngoment.Mo ,
fort and pleasmo of guests. Addiess by mail or telegraph, d t ie "t Centrally Located Special' nrienllon llailoii. Avenue, Rockk'dge, Floilda.!: '
J. R. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla. TouiUr. anil, Commercial. travel
c iiinul view nf II.iv. mid Ocean flout Vo- Terms' : f LAO: per tiny; >'.iiO( to *.W.CiOlr( () | week t t

./ f- ra111 Itll'. The leading Hotel. Open the J. J. WHITE, Piopiletor.

WINDSOR HOTEL... yeai lound. Rules tl to *J.r:! 0 per day r

F. C. HAYDEN, Manager. I'OItT 1"II.atI': :, FIA.FORT 1
Last Two Years :Mnnager! Ocean View Hotel. (+

HWT PIKRCE: : FLAliiillun
PIERCE HOTEL l ,
\ River, Near Inlet.
r N47tpgvpy PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUOU TINE, FLA. ,
Spoittimaii'a. P.iradlno, on the I':ash, < 'iwiHt.. Thu Ii nest. "l'll\hllll&; inul HuntIng. -

Thin hotel I now peii' fur ROOMS: ONLY. It ID centrally located,, near Accommodation ii I54 el.,,,... Neat lilnniil I mid Mourner: Landing.
Pomotlln'. II ink niiil. Cathedral.: NIII'I'hltJ'1I11UUldllj( and man igeiiient', t
lioomn. .lOots to tl.ix J per .1\Yi; tl.//)O to $((1.00\ () per week.V. n. i II.I NKAL: !Manager
I 1). SANCHEZ, Manager.
Aim Glen Cove lintel, Oncet, Mann,
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HOTEL ABBEY St. (ieoign Stri-ot. I':H I':S.
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:- : ST. AUGUSTINE:: FLA. \ .
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::S This delightfully. ; located hotel, near the City Gates, oveilooklnir

RATES, $2.0; and upward.OPPOSITE-: CITY- PARK- DODGE & CULLENS. old Fort Mai ton and the bay, now open for the, r season, under tint The Netherby I 'I-iKN: Onh.dliiuRiver.One F
management of 1'. .M Suarez, of the Everett House, Saratoga ,

Springs, N. Y. For rates and other )particulars apply) to
of the loveliest t lorii'linis' on the liver. All nmdern Impiovemonts,
P. M. SUAKEX, St. Augustine; Fin. Hot and 1 cold, baths Milpliur: !'o1'1 hilt. Exe.llen6; ililnklnu water.
Duval Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. The Everett House! Saratoga Springs, N. Y., will be June 1, 1IMH\) I'lvlity\ nf fruit arid Ion rlnh, O RH in and fresh vtwtnttlt In ,Mhiindimcn -
open----.- -- Norlhein, ".....klllll. HOIIHO" hiuidKiinielv 111'111..111'. I wllh all tie,
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comforts' of. a Inline. \lloatu TialiiH 4 "'''Pili, Kiixlon mullein on the
Opposite postoflice. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and le- MAfJNOLIA NIMllNtJS, FLA. 1,1111111111, ,,". [Pineapple" ilUnlct. Mm. M. A, CURTIS, 1IIIInallol':

novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted v. .. -

Rates2.50; per day and up. MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, FLA. NKPTUXK.: I'I.A.
IJ. W. SPERRY, Propiletor.Merritt's Magnolia Springs Hotel -4------------- ,
((3t. Johns River.)
NKPTUNH:, FLA. P. O.West.
Twenty-eight; miles south of Jacksonville by the Jlll'kennvl1le,1'nmpn..t Key NEPTUNE HOUSE, Jupiter, Station.Pleasantly .
West Hallway and liver Bteamois. Open fires In all\ rou ID IIStellm/ heat
located .ronlluenre. [IIXAh\tc'hl.; and Indian, Itlvtii. .. One mile
No mosquitoes.\ Well-kept golf roiiiso
Elevator.!: Pine ")ll'lnlCIIlter. '
Hotel Rathbun>lf OM C.uu.K.roN..... Tennis, Shouting )o't.hlng! Loatlng' Drives, Swimming pool $1.10() ) per ,day. from, Jupiter Bile!.. Finest. Unit and milt water Hnliing/ In' vlclnltv. Postoftlce,
New Special weekly rates. t). I D. frKAVEY, !Mnnn {cr.Magnolia Express| .nnd Teletrraph. olllees. 1N( ) yin us. from boom ''111I'1' t f: .OO per day.
Spticl.il\ tales to parties! and bj the week N. 1C. FIT/ IIUOII\ ) Jr. Prop.
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St. Johns River. American plan. Miiguolla Springs, Fh,. '
Market and Bay Streets, frontifig Cottage AVIHT 1'.V1 itlAOII.:
Family hotel steam heat. OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Grill On the St. Johns River. .
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rooms attached FlorIda trade especially catered for. Rates from Ao adjunct of tho :MllCnoll'Spring" Hotel. Cuisine and service Hint-clans.

$2.50 to $t. per day. Special rates by the week or month............. Rates $.'.on() per day; 10.00, $12.00: and $14.00 per week. THE SEMINOLE WEST PALM IJEACH, FLA.Excellence.
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J, II. DAI:TOY In charge of office C. A. MERRITT, Lessee. .. JAS. II. REARDON, Lessee and, Manager t

- Under Now Management Open thu Year Hound. : n{ t
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THE MOST POPULAR OFJACKSONVILLE'S SIA1tRIll1':. Cuisine. specialty.' Rates tJ.tiO: to '::1.1'0 per day.Mrn.S .
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HOTELS. ,. O I1URNIIAM! Manager
THE COLONNADES SEAURKE/E: FLA., Twenty minutes
American Plan. J.OO: to $3.00: per d.iy. by 'IHIS from DAYTONA'StAtion.
WEST: PALM IMCACII, 1<'1'A ,,\
PLACIDE unsurpassed. Rooms and Beds best Electrlo Light Steam heat, Private baths, Boating, }o'l"hlnll,8ul'f The Palms
Table meets all trains Bathing, Ocean pier and pavilion.\ Beet bicycle roads in the Hint-dim. lidttl, xilua'ed, on aiitlful\ Lake
BUll
in the City.
Koviii Electric
apposite! Pninrliinii. lights: ,
Free tickets on street cars to within one block{ State. Buy tickets via F. E. C. H'y to Daytona.J.. electilo. ImllN liatli, p'''. tli, *->,rCJ() anti, ..1 .per. d.y. Special' rates' by the week.
P. VIN1NO, Manager.; Tlio. 1'11101"Ve..t 1'11"leitch\ \ ., Jf",. }
of Hotel.
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CHAS. COUCH, Resident( Manager. 1VAI..ATKA.

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WESTMORELAND HOTEL JACKSONVILLE West Bay and Cedar, FLA.Streets, GRAHAM HOTEL, Brick Hotel, PALATKAFLA.Overlooking St. Johns River Hotol: with Sovori Cottages and 10

I I U'tell.o: : per day. Weekly and monthly rates. Convenient to all Acre of La.nd.
I boat landings and Railroad Depots J. WATKINS LEE, Prop.

American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened Also Proprietor of the Old Sweet 8JI'InJtllY.. Va. .. .
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this season, Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold water -- 1,;'.'" ,,. f. ". ". y vr
l' I, ,
All eLANI>. \ : F
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. S I 4t

the door. Rooms 80o, 73o;) and $1 a day. Rooms and
street cars

board $2.00 pass to $2.50:! per day. H te! ColleeAnns ELAND, FLORIDA. 4 ? jjp. {

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. > -

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FLA. Is about one hundred tulle south of Jacksonville, U of easy IICCCHS to travelers
JACKSONVILLE
New Hotel ROSELAND, by the Plant /System being on the DeLand Krancli, five mile from Karanford.
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It Is located J on high, rolling; pine land. There are orange; grove and pleasant
Under entire new management. Newly furnished and renovated. Cool drives In the vicinity. There are some fifteen miles of shell road about the
Electric lights and bells. Croquet, tennis and town, making. it a paradise! for riders. The sanitary arrangement are of the
quiet, aad comfortable. table d'hote dinners !latest and most [Improved. The hotel. lighted by electricity and heated with *** ,
bowling alleys. Good fishing and boating. Special steam while In every room Is an open IIreplace. There [bait been an addition 11.
served every day at U p. m. We supply the table with fresh vegetables of seventy-five rooms with private baths, are Mingle or to suite. The cuisine 4 ylI'1e.14r; a44$ a' j
from our own garden; fresh eggs and chickens from our own poultry will be kept> a6-a high tan. .nil. A (liret-elass, \livery stable connected. The
own cows. Pay us n visit. Within milk and cream U supplied by a private dairy of Jersey cows. Vegetables are :
from our ,
yard; good rich cream from the borne farm. The water Is supplied from an Artesian well. Terms, !
two blocks of the Ostrich Farm. "ew 'phone :3 U1. $;.1 per day and. upward. Special to families. For further Information addressC. I

W. RIPLEY, Manager, Hotel College Anus. DeLand, Fla. + 1 1w
Rlpley's Summer Resort The Slpplcun, Mailou Mass, '
GRAND VIEW Hotel, JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA. e t T tit

UOCKLIIHI::
Nearest Hotel to Union Station; three blocks from new Post Office: and Ixienteil at 8AIINO, three I".trtpr"| of n mile south of EAU: GALLIK, t

Government Buildings; centrally located on Fornyrti street, between FLOUIDA, on the lieu GRill. ((fiver. less than half a mile from the '

Bridge and Clay streets, on high and spacious grounds. Very pleasant THE PLAZA HOTEL ROCKLEDOE, FLA. Indian River, and two and a half relies frnrn the Oc'pnn. '1 he property a,

Parlor, Office and Dining! Room, also large and airy sleeping apartments In. two hundred miles south of Jacksonville, on the Klorldu. Knit; Coa tHallwsy
single or en suite, well and newly furnished with Modern Improvements This handsome new hotel located on the bank of the beautiful Indian River, with the Railroad Station adjoining the property. liulldlnga

; Electric Bells, Hot and Cold Water Baths, etc. Popular In reception the heart of of JUI.'Ate.the far-famed A more Indian delightful River and orange attractive region Is locality now open cannot for the be erected In 189C!)/}, and moue of them have never been occupied, the original

PrIces. E. H. SANBORN, ProprIetor Imagined tban Rockledge) with It* beautiful walk. romantic scenery bearIng owner having died' n few months after their completion.
orange/ grove, llnw-boatlng, fishing and hunting.\ Room with private The hotel wits opened for about two months prior to the owner'

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. bath. Rates. fj..VJ per day and upwards. Special weekly rates. death, and hu not been used aln('". All the building. were erected in

HOTEL OXFORD Opposite St. James Hotel. t'I.1I. PECK, Manager. the most substantial manner anti lire now in excellent condition. The

hotel and cottages are completely furnished, and very little of the fur-

Convenient to all part of tie city, commodious rooms, comfortable ant! ON niture hu ever been tilled There are two artesian wells twenty cisterns -
all who stop at the Oxford a pleas NEW ROCKLEDGE HOTEL ember lei.
homelike, and special effort made to Give give: the Oxford a trial when In Jack Opened De ( connected, with newer etc*.
ant stay. Rates very reasonable. The property cost the original owner 18,000 and will be Bold at a
nyin** MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. Attraction*-Full-bearing orange grove livery, bicycling (ten mile river sacrifice The above cut fairly represents the property. ...
drive) bowling alley, boats for fishing and ducking, free excursion on For psrflcuUrn apply to address, >
-- --- -- --- launch to point Interest. Rate $:!.;O to $.1 per day. Special weekly. EZRA F. HATCH. lion D. L. GAULDKN, WM. A. WARNOCK.-

ADVOCATE' does Job Printing Correspondence solicited.\ Caretaker on pre"rises. Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner
Remember the ,. II. P. SHARES A SON, Proprietor. Kan Gallic, Florida. TUmvlIIe\ Fla. Jamaica, X Y.INDIAN .


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East Coast Tourists HORRIBLE-ACCIDENT. ST. PATRICK'S DAY. ROBBINS & GRAHAM Carroll <& Goldsmith, ::1


Interested In ART OBJECTS and the 4:2 8 Fun at Nevlns'. Hlvervlew. Hotel, Merrlt.
afternoon as :
Last Saturday
SOUTHERN SOUVENIRS Bhoul I GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All
visit the jewelry shops of the southbound passenger: train was comln,: I Mr. Fred Aldridge, of Brooklyn, ha ...La"", yOra... Kinds!, ;
Into the depot, at Titusvlllo, It ran Int arranged( a grand program fur Saint Pat Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solid iti t I.l
,. and killed a man by the name of Frank rick's Day March 17th, for the guests of :
;f iJ @ cIl a; J9 Fisher, at the water tank, throwing: hima the Rlvervlew hotel. In the day time WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND TITUS VI LLE, FLORIDA.jJ.

hundred foot along the track and breaking the program conalwta of a rifle contest, 1 ... ..-- .- -- -a. -
I JACKSONVILLE. PALM BEACH, : every bone in his body. mile swimming match, sack race, running UNITED STATES COURTS. ;:=
ST. AUGUST IKK. Coroner Wilson summoned a jury com match, quoit plchlng and yacht ;
posed of the following gentlemen: E. I.. race. In the evening, dancing:, cake walk LesleySuccessors&
Brady, foreman; F. A. Morgan; F. B. and fire works. The hotel will be decorated .
1+ .,THE ANHEUSER BUSCH?I I Wright, (J. F. Duren, J. T. Price and J. with flags: of all nations. The following Abstracts of TitleI ( to LOSLEY RENAKER & CO.)

E Bowman talent will appear: Frank.

Brewing Asso's. inquest From Is the appears evidence that introduced the train was at the en Leonard Donnelly,Morris mimic, buck and dancer.comic The sayings mlnatrels -;I FurnUhed. to 1! tnda Ie| Brevard and Dade Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies Rams Gins and Whistles,

I terlng Tltusville at a speed of about 5 to< Include the following men: Fred Counties. Bottled Beers Ales and Stout -
Famous Bt.Loud tr 7 miles an hour, and when at the water Aldrldge: J. Wilkinson, Harold Cox
tied Jlcer. tank the said Frank Fisher stepped on Chas. Earl, F. Navies and J. Lewis. A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tables
!* the track as If Intending to cross, when Charles and John Kane will box
) & MotlowTltUHVlllu ,, Layton
Sold by Menu. T.osloy of
We have list and careful
attention
a largo hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt given
and
.. than feet Family to
Jrl. the train was Dot more thirty 10 round at 145: pounds The judges man
By Mr. H. I... Motluw, Conoa, Fin i distant lIe was just In the middle of for the cake walk will be: Messrs. Robt nrdore.Cash must accompany your order. LOS LEY & MOTLOW, Tltusville,Fit,

i, 4 Hy Jll r. W .1.1'lorco Tunker, Fla.OuoaoniFort 1 the track when hit, and was knocked a Sedgewick, C. W. Colyer, J, Cashman, LANI J3, -- --- -
hundred feet, falling on the rails, and T. Nevlns, Hugh C. McLaughlin, W. C.

: : ZAPF the engine, two cars and one truck passec Courtney, F. Creamer, T. Kerrigan, W. Your
JOSEPH over his body and limbs before the tl'alncould Henderson, J. Morrisey and Dr. Roache owned by ourselves and clients. Price INSURANCE.Protect FIRE
,
come to astand-etlll. After taking Property Against
l Sole Agent.IJO ) testimony of witnesses Saturday night, for unimproved lands $3.00 to 100.00 -
LF I Coroner Wilson adjourned court until BIG PICNIC AT LAGRANGE.The LXG-EITN"XN"G-: : an.c:1:: : OYOLON"ES.I

i t ( to 020 Went Bay Street, the return of Engineer Decker, who was per acre. represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Life
.' pulling the train at the time of the accident first Sunday school of Indian Insurance Company. Am also Agent; for Surety Bonds of the City

1 4 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. together with his firetmn., Their River, at LaGrange; celebrated Its Invest Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.

ti testimony subctantlally the name as pearl wedding anniversary last Sunday,, WE have a few Residence Orange For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CIIAS. S. SCIIUYLER,
the foregoing, and stated that Fisher having organized the second Sunday In .
Grove and Pineapple Properties In dettirable Tltusvlllo, Fla.
; I JOHNSON LAW COMPANY had come from behind a freight train lyIng March, 1870:! -just thirty years ago.; In
I II on the side track, and It Is supposedthat honor of the event, there will be a fishery locations. Prices Reasonable. -
l the noise of the freight engine pre- at the Oak Park of B F. Ives to-

I EDISON LALANDE, vented the said Fisher from hearing the morrow ((8aturdiv; ), March 17th. Every INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
passenger train approaching, when- hft one l is. invited to come and bring their TITUSVILLE ,
SAMPSON: NO.2, stepped t onto the track. The Coroner's baskets. OFFICES J j and TITUSVILLE FLA.
r jury| brought the following verdict: Dinner precisely. at '1 o'clock. Among/( 1 MIAMI
and DRY BATTERIES,, "The said Franklin Fisher came to his the many prominent speakers that will Is prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention

tJ FOR GAS ENGINE IGNITION. death as an unavoidable (, having: deliver addresses are the Rev. W. N. : paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto.T. .
been killed by the engine!: of train No. 21! /haudoin, B. F. Ives and others. All East Coast t Meat Market T. WETMORE, Proprietor.

of tho Florida East Const R'y., by step. arrangements have buen made, and a __ __ __ H __ __ .. -__-_ _
ping on the track light In front of the pleasant time Is expected. n H
engine, while In motion, coming Into the G., F. DUREN, Agent.
depot, and that no culpable negligence '-'j
jiYilJ Is attached to the engineer or any other DEATH OF MRS. WILBUR.We -
olllcer In charge of said train." Just E.ecei'Ted

ilJ Mr. Fisher was V7 years of age, and regret to announce the death. of rn; -=a.. ,
has resided in Tltusville about a month.lIe Mrs.( Sidney Wilbur, a popular and well. c::> a:>>
leaves a wife to mourn his loss, and known resident of Titusville for mimyfear's. a:>>

.*' she has the sympathy of the entire community Deceased had been sulTei-Ing ,
In her sad bereavement. from pneumonia while visiting relatives p.

is Montclnir! N. J., and from this com- -

1 111 h SASH, DOORH, BLINDS Paints, Oils, plaint she succumbed on Saturday: last, .A New Line of Stoves.

m Glass, lowest prices and quick shipmeutii. the 10th Inst. Her husband, the Rev. _. Nems. .
1, w wr OEO. II. FERNALD, Sanford, Sidney Wilbur, was in Atlanta,.Oa., at cJ:: -..etan
Florida.\ the time of his wire's death. ; p
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Deceased had many friends, and was
much respected in Tltusville and sur- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
A Fine' Launch
rounding country. .
Full ]line of Electilcal Supplies.

JOHNSON LAW CO. Pettee By Invitation, an ADVOCATE of Mr.representative and Mrs. L.had F. Cnslna and Swimming; Pool for Nnssnn. George Peeples... : -s. PR=:'TC2ARR:: : & SON.

83 &61 W. Fonyth St. Jacksonville, Fla.HOTELS ----
the pleasure of visiting the line naphtha ,
launch, Wavelet, which was moored tothe'1'ltusvllle A casino and swimming pool will, \ be Old. Gibson ...'fins ith.door TITUSVILLE FLOIUWA.
wharf constructed to the Colonial Hotel bulldlnir, next
on Monday even- near C'arrutuera' '
to
BOARDING HOUSES ng.; This launch Is 40 feet In length, luring this coming summer Mr. J. A. barber shop.- -- -
''r with a beam of 8 feet. She Is propelledby McDonald, the contractor, of Miami, is Washington TITUS vi L'LE, FLA.

AND OTHERS. > means of a powerful engine of the now preparing the plans to be submitted Tlnsrnlthlug'; Roofing, Guttering a e e a a Chas. A. Gardner,
las Engine Power Co., and Is elegantly to the Florida East Coast Hotel Com I
fltted throughout in mahogany and pany. The building will be very much and all kinds, of repair work promptly FUNITURE STOVES, .

plush upholstering. The parly on board like the one at Miami with\ a large; pool, attended to. DRY, GOODS

were Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Pettee, Mr. and cold and hot salt water bath, and many .Work from down the River solicited. 1 MATTINGS,
Mrs. II E.. Pettee, of New York; and other conveniences. The bathers will > THOMPSON'S GLOVE FITTING
3apt. Alex Goode, of Melbourne. Mr.l'ettee also have the privilege of taking n dip In
AND RAO CORSETS.
i .is president of the Crandall & the waters of the bay. Good swimmers MAINHARD BROS.
BUTTERICK PATTERNS:
If you want Fresh. and Suit. water Flub, Outers, Godley ()o., of New York; and also the can swim across to Hog Island and takea WALL PAPER : ,
tlreun Turtle,etc. KO to a. II. MKLTOfi: wholesale }eysers Natural Carbonic Acid Gas Co., plunge in "Old Mother Oc"n" from a GLOVES ,
KID
and Retail Flail and <))ster Company) Moat Saratoga Springs, N. Y., and he Informs beach that has no> superior In the world ,
i' of Ocean SHOES
at.,
andrtyMarketJeckaonrtlleVie. and ,
us that he Is about to have a much larger for ocean bathing.: Gleaning Dyeing TRUNKS,
launch built for next winter.

Tu B..cvcry The above party left, Tuesday, for the Pineapple Orow r. are Jul>H nt. Establishment, 12 Newnan St., Clothing . . Titusville! Fla.
laulovur, where they will fish for a few
4.110 AVoHt Day St Jacksonville, 11.4.II.\ They then go to Orraond. On ---; cleaned, dyed, repaired and pressed
Saturday.. they leave, by train, for their The ADVOCATE correspondent at Tib- JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
u FINE LSpectlve huiiies In New York; but the mis says: JOHN R: WALKER
Vavulut will rttturn to Tltusville in comuaud Our pineapple growers: are wearing: abroad ,
Wines Liquors and Cigars. of Capt. Goode. smile, and have very tight hearts ,.
rJTlio ..rbJ.ec 'Vhy: 4 Furniture
now, /an we have pulled through the winter i Ice Cream Parlor
Anheuser-Busch Extra Pale on Draught. without damage/: by cold or frost, and
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FOR BEST RESULTS, use only nltro- the; plants are almost In full bloom. A -
Fine Cold Lunch Served Dally powder shells. If dealer does not in Millinery I Soda Water
your large crop of first-olase fruit expected KILL YOUR MOCKING BIRD ,
The host of Service and a pleasant quiet WHY
them In him
regularly
carry stookjhave this> season, which means many thousand wltii. stale food, when you can
Bosort. JOHN F. MUNCH, Mgr. order you a sample lot of the Florida dollars to this section of the country, n< buy the Southern Home Mocking Bird Dry Goods +1 i (Fount and bottles.)

Hardware Co., Jacksonville lie pine culture In our principal and food fresh every day at 25c per lb.; sent
"JUST FAR ENOUGH NORTH" most profitable enterprise. No section anywhere lOc extra to pay freight. 't' : i Cigars &. Tobacco.Confectionery .
''i Mini nelnera Won the Cup. of the United States exceeds this for Notions ;
ENJOY YOU BUMMER OUTING AT
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and lemonlulture WHY suffer from CHILLS A FEVER, etc.
culture or :
..HOTELVICTORY pineapple orange; : ,
q though they are not yet so extensively when you can get a bottle of "
"Star Building.
'0 Miss Relners, of Brooklyn, who is a
.- engaged In as the pineapple Th6mv8' Chill and Fever Tonic, guaranteed ("at the old stand.")
4 of Hotel Ormond has been
.M 'Put-ln-llay ble guest receiving for OOo.
ti. f; LAI
.''-:''' t ", ..100 TheWnrld'. many friends this week, owing to\ being' CHURCH NOTICES. WHY suffer from a splitting HEAD- and careful attention. Yours for business, JNO. R. WALKER.
LarireHt moat fortunate enough to win the cup. On ACHE, when you can get a bottle
K.W.. ; 'S charming. sum- 'rlday the contest for one of the two of Thomas' Headache Cure, that will -- .- .- -
Cool, dellKlitfulairnonii no 1I.'I"lt..1. ""lliilf" boating, costly cups presented by Mrs. C.; Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold cure you in short order for lUo.
I bathing dancing, mitatorluni.UHemenulnnunieralile {V. JSeamans:! of Brooklyn to the la- divine service at Eau Gallie on Sunday:! IT. R. THOM.VS, '

Ul .acres litwu, snrvioe; larice ami miHliie baml and uii oroliimtra urpaiiii" ..d,; I I dlos. took place on the links of the next, at 10:110:: a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Chemist: & Druggist. La Villa Pharmacy. GAY BROTHERSL-

All white snrvaiUM. Itutus0 pur day Florida East Coast Golf Club at Ormand. GKOUOIANA:-On next Sabbath, the Jacksonville, }<'Ia..
$10 DO to$:2.1 ivor week, rate. June Only ladles who qualified in the firstlay's
M to HeuU 15. Heantlfnl folder/ ,etc., by mall. for the second pastor will. D. V.. conduct the funeral
Address T. W. McCreary, Oeii'l Manairer, play were eligible services of Mrs.. Annie L Bruner, at 11 PALATKA FLORIDA.
7'J4& Monroe struul;, TOLKIH,Oiuu. lay'* play, which came oft Saturday in the M. E. church, and will GROCERS
Afvur June lIt, 1'ut-lii-lluy,Ohio. morning. This beautiful trophy wa.ewon a. m., River Steamers
preach In the evening at 0:30.: Sunday Indian
by Miss\ Relners of Brooklyn with a ,
school at 10 a. m.
You a crop of Early Vegetables, cross score of 70 and net 41. The nine- We make a Special Feature of our
HAVE Pines hole handicap was won by Mlsi IIamlen -If want good results, you will Indian River and Bay Biscayne
Oranges etc., to ship t you
of Boston In a gross: score of fiO and net advertising Mail Order
find the ADVOCATE an excellent -
We can use your consignments to advan core of IThis score Is remarkable, medium. Inland Navigation Co. Department.Knowing .
tage. We will please you. Stencils on as the ladles' bogy is 57. The ladles'

application. Correspondence solicited. tournament proved decidedly interesting how difficult it Is In localities GROCERIES
and enjoyable. For Sale. Operating a line of steamers between some to get GOOD
KAISER BROS., Rockledge, on Indian River, and Palm CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them tilled
Wholosale Commission Merchants, 14 acres choice land, at Georglana Beach, on Lake Worth, touching at principal promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory.Ve .
Knoxville, Tenn. PLUMBING, STEAM ANDGAS FIT. fronting Indian and Banana Rivera, partly landings between these points. carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House in East Florida, and ha"
Ii ting. Tin roof and metal work. cultivated. 1100.00; terms to suit.. many articles not usually found in other and smaller houses.
I GEO. II. FKHNAi.r>, Sanford, Fla. Address, Route via the Indian River and through nr- SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.

CANCER COURTT.AND BUCKMAW, New Canal System to Lake Worth.
CURED at HOME: llloyole R.o....
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22 Hogan at., Jacksonville, Fla. The passenger accommodations on both

,I NO KNIF1J, NO PAIN. Much Interest was taken In the bicycle steamers well equipped have been for increased the tourist, and season.they E. A.V ADDELL
are ,
Bond for free book. AddreM, aces, last Saturday afternoon they the most peculiar and InterestIng -

Cancer Sanitarium, being: the first of the season. The boysall VISIT sight| In America . Excellent meals served on board steamers Miami City and Dade County _
have new wheels! and are starting: inearly at reasonable prices.
BKLLEV1EW, FLORIDA. this year, and before the summer is THE FLORIDA.OSTRICH North-bonnd.
Rnuth.lOund Real !
over, we expect to see several of our Rell.l Estate Bureau.
noa.1 own uphhnldavvs
road records broken. Schedule.In elf.et T..e..y.'Velnel.I" .. .
!111 w il;; NEAR & TAYLOR, The ilrst race was the mile open, Farm i ,. l"el :tl,1001I. Thursdays
": ) which was was won by Fontrestt Davis, Thnradaya )' "YIISaturdllY' -A select list of-
Iii t ; ,: Artesian WellCONTRACTORS with Ernest: Vanlandlngham second; and LUDllCUII. Sundsyei and
time, lH.:1:( :
The three mile handicap was won by JACKSONVILLE.: W) P m Lv., .Rockl..I....,.. ,Ar 10 ro) a m lOiiy Uiwenyiio: :)? )oity,
l w i i 1II: ) p... (.". Pan Gallle...Ar II 36 am
I scratch John
t I I Ernest Vanl.indingham: ( ), 1 tlO P III I.v. ,3lelboluue..Ar II (H. a au City Lots, Fruit and Vegetable Tracts of all sizes for investments. Prosphate and
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I.t, ( I. Gold ((15 seconds), second; time, M:00.()\ 1II) a m i.v.. .. Jenae..,....Ar T 110 P autolam
l, ) 'Jh 1"1" Eau Gallie Fla. In the throe mile open, Vautundlnghainigalu / ) Lv. ... .Jupiter..Ar 2(11)pm) ORANGE GROVE LANDS on West Coast.
'- winner with 2 3'V' mAr. Palm 1I..h..I.. \904))I a an
t came out WyiUtJrown For Correspondence enclose stamps. Agent for
second time 1:43.:
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; SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. ARMOUR & CO.
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y4I II AIRMOTER WIND ltILLS.Fertilizers. ,
Win Mct'arUuul Wesley Joyner, ;
TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. A. Carroll and Leon Wilson also ran. Tbl. time table ahnw.thetimes a& which the Chicago, Ill. Chicago, fl. i
ltea''rK m 1 be expected to arrive e. end depart -
from the several. IlIn.llnll'e, but their arrl- Avenue D. over Bank, MIAMI. FLORIDA.

The following: are the times of arrival C..n. on a Flatting Cr.\.... 9 Pal or departure.nor doe". the at the company times state hold*!itself is not nwponulay guaranteed -- ,

', and from departure Tltusville of: passenger trains to and i Y -tf illile therefrom for any il or any consequences. arriving -E3- MIMS:: :::: J"l.: TITUSVILLE, FLORIDADCALKll -

The Flora recently owned by
i sloop BtKarners connect with the Florida. East Coast IN_
<>UTII HOUND. *tr. O. E. Woodard of New Haven, Conn., railway. follows I
uI4 Leaves Tltu.vllle for Miami and aU:1p.m 4:2H:\ n'mUl5im bas been chartered by Mr. Geo. hI. Clark M1CTII BODSD.
liiturmedlaca poluts} :: I who, on Wednesday, sailed for the Hani- Lear Jacksonville. ... .. ..............e ilam
Arrive. from Jllck..nvllle ..V-M: am" ''over canal and Mosquito Lagoon: on a Arrive IGwkledee. .. ,......,.. .....,.. ...:3 38 p mNomTHaoiniD. i

Hanfurd .. 1uI::/: .. few days' fishing cruise. On board were Leave RockledK........ ,.......>>..... ......1 M p m -
1 NORTIIt10UND. the following: Mr. and Mr*. O. II. Clark, Arrive Jacksonville................ ..... I 20 P m 1
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Leave \.t ;:iuep.' m I of Clyde N. Y.; Mrs. H. T. King, Mrs. In time to connect. with all trains for the .
I Tltiu.Ym.forJa4'kaonvtll. I : m I H. A. Myen and Miss Clark, of Rochester mirth and_to s Cd -
and intermediate Nearly 200 pclKOntlo birds standing S to 10 feet :::::: _
t points JJJtt ft:3T p in I: ,'. N. Y. The weather has been de- high, weighing 2110 1 to*O pounds _,b. Ontrleh O. C ninns, Secretary: general office, bank.
} 4 for BanCord 'I. -J .. JjJStlS::::I rightful of late and the above jolly n....., ergs! wtrlcb sitting and baby ostriches tnillillnrt Bt. Augustine., Fla. steamboat -
hatched.Uuldes O. J..t
: ffi forward
were looking to a good:
party
escort visitors through the farm ex. wharf RocktodK.Fla.
f, & BJT Reading notice ads. on this pager I time when they sailed away front the plaining all about the birds,their seep, habits T. T. RVEAK, Agent, steamboat wharf Palm ETC.r .
; the cents per line per week. city wharf. llama**, etc Beach, fla. ALSO GENERAL REPAIRJWORK OF ALL KINDS, BLACK3MITHING, ,
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