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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 23, 1900
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00064
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS -Mr. H. II Avellhc, representing -Admiral and Mrs. Dowey are expected -Mr. Wm. II. Tancro, of Ankonix, In. HUNTING AND FISHING ON trip to Palm" Bench. Tho St. George:

BraiUtreets, was a caller at this office on to pass through Titusville, tomorrow In town to-day THE EAST COAST. has shown I Its wido-Hproad' notoriety and

id Topics of General Interest. Wednesday or Sunday en route to Palm "':'Capt. N. X. Penny, of Nathan, arrived "popularity! by Its register this Reason,
Beach having been crowded! since opening
"Bill the well-known writer In town /
yesterday.Mrs.
'Arp
,
A special to time ADVOOATK, from Ormond floors, on Jan ]8tII) to the present
has been his Dr. E. -'e to learn that Mr. It. C.
visiting son, Ralph regret J.G. Hall and MUs M. E. Pinks, says: While tho listing at Or- time Too much cannot bo Maid of the
In connection1th
and General Gossip Smith Jacksonville this week. Is 111 at his home at
|lety .., Scrlmgeour quite of New Yenk, are guests of the Indian& mood, Is not tho kind one might have WilY lu which this hotel is conducted a
any Lake 'Vorth.lnclll. this We however to
see
lilsonyue hope
place. ,
Mr. M. and River hotel. In Hsh-maihot where he ban to the
Flagler a
Henry pnrty AO
ttnnn and Halifax Rivers, Key Westad him around again ere long. Mr. J. H.l Dalton, has resigned his
have returned to Palm Beach after a tank and dip up a oaicli of (hell at will,
other Important Points along the -:Mr. D. Ki'ftiiH, prominent Insurance position as resident of tho
all manager
visit of several weeks In Nassau Goo. M. Robbing of this for real who hooks his.
delightful Attorney yet a spoilsman
feast Coast. of Florida.. Brief mention of man, of t Sivaunah, arrived at the RatUhun Hotel, Jacksonville; to tako
N. P. place, paid a visit. to Palm Bonch Wednesday lieu from n skillful cast, of hU fly and
nterestluff Events from Various Parti Indian River hotel, ;yesterday. t.t1'It', April 1. lIe will leave for the)
attend land mattes luiuls him after struggle for
to to some a lively or
the World) About People You Know Judge D. L. Gauldon, of this place North, where ho will negotiate: for tho
particulars of which wo will publish Canaveral Club has been closed for the one who loves tho woods. and streams
iil People You Bon' Know Plrkeill has been laid up in DeLand for a weekor iiiiinagomont of a largo hotel, for which
later. iMr. the season, and the niemlwis have scattered an.111I content with n hike string of lieu
| Our Society Edltor and a InrK staff so with an attack of tho grippe. lIe arrangements have been practically completed -
> by home and
abroad HOIIIU !going! after a day: In a rowboat or ininoe, or
t Correspondent* scattered along the returned here on Wednesday J. o.Valton has returned to .
others visiting tho vaiimis winter rexorts. attain' to Imo iiiituinllot\ who In Inteietcd

last Count of Florida.. Remember, the Eagle Clothing store. Jacksonville from DoLnnd, where he Copt \V ,\. Cistqr, tlio tnnnuger; and In thu varieties' of fish not found 1 dlso-, The MngnolU: hotel, JSt, /St.' Augustine -

In the ADVOCATK block, eunice' one of .spent a couple of days or BO AM tho guestof Mrs' n. Curtis. the hoiiHckuoper, arc expected % item,, tho Ormond, llslilng' nlYonU povuhaily In doing a lino busliiuMS' this season.

TIlE ADVOCATE, the biggest/ shocks of clothing on the Manager. C.V.. Kipley, of the CollegeArms over lu a day or no.Pnpt. enjoyiible and lutmcHtlng feat, \Vltli d.nices, oiiuhio tutu whist pin 1 .tlen, it1eto.

$1.50 per annum. In advance. East Coast bee: ad ou -1th pugo.Altoincy ('has. H. Hall[ who han been ui'cs.' Theme has just been sent, to I ho ., time never drugs with the guests of
.. steward,. of the Oiuuuul ut Its; thin hotel. Recent nrilvuls who will
1.00 six months, Do not fall to stop off lit Uncklcdgo | n species, !
IX will leavefor spending several wi>cks nt I the Inn, Pal inBench
$2O() per an. to foreign countries., A. Penney attend l on your WHV. 11'lh The H-xei, Imli.iu tluoiiiih Titiigvlllo that puzzlxH sonic of hUllo nud f'. 1V"It"U'lIlIhlollt It\ spend' the lulliincn. of the season there
Jacksonville' to-day, to Jo passed yustttidav \ Ills. who have urilvcd from Rorkleilgound I
subscribe for the Anvo- River, Ilo'el Plaza' Now KocUli'ilyo dlsolples entliely just
When he Ills tll
well Willi on
you business hug nay
Home matters, as as see say
ItB by the yenr, it does not COHI.' you Admiral hotel, nnd White's Cottage will I'"mall\ New SSm.Mii.i. Recently lit underwentait without bones < r tins, and, except under Palm Bench, are Homer Twltohel,
cents week postage Included. Drwey.Mr. open fer some time jet.Mr. In New York hospital, close semi)tImmy It Is Impossible to tollwhich Dr. A. E.: May, Union City, Conn ; W.
per operation a ,
(yes S. D. Gelser, who has been away Is the (mend pond wliloli Is thu tail II, I.nnglilln mind. wife, Clinton, O. ; Mm.
Note date of expiration printed upon about !five weoks in taw Inteiext of the \ Morton Murray representing but he now looks all light again The Nosh of I Dm llsli I I" ..f"i tight yellow .1.I \\Vidner, [Dayton, O. ; (I. W. Bumn.

ur paper or W1'l1pvcevery week. This McKmUnd fruit Piotucllon Co., returned Marx Bros., mid Mr. Jacobs. who Is on -Mr. A Hose. the well-known boat shadit I\ntlall1lnKt translucent, 1 \hough Henry Pellet, Philadelphia. Time Magnolia

En receipt for your money. No needr h"mo this week. the East ( oast In the interest of Cues builder, of West Palm Beach, spunr. aconplo uncased In it covering needy a '|''IUIIIT' will lemaln open until May let I

| us to vend receipt 'it subscription Blum & Co., JnokKonvllle. pawned throuh of hours lu town yesterday, en of nil Inch thick, of close, unyielding, +
cUte It to -Mr. and Mrs. Hugh H. Richardson, here southbound train. A recent visit to Hotel College Armn,
ie gives you. on yestord.iy's route homo, lie said. ho was on his way ligneous" texture It In not known what i
r-r: Please place this paper In your of Jacksonville, who have, been ou a tripto Judge M, S. Jones has postponed to Now York, but the cold weiithttr this helm In colled, St. l.ucl.I.Ake Wort h Do Landby an ADVOCATE lepresentall -
that this hotel U of themost )
ding room. Key Wear, passed through Titusvllle the holding of Volnsla' Circuit Court at knocked him out, and ho thought It or other fish. miiikots' hilt at Ormond It prows comfortable and<' best-conducted otto
home.
|The INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE Is on Sunday en route DeLnnd for a while. Thu Judge: loft better. to return' to the genial climate of ts called\ "bounloss cod." douses lu tho State of );'lol'lchThu

|le at the following news-stands at five -Mr. J. L. Bragassn. representing the here, yesterday. for Orlando, where he the East Coast uutll it gut waa'l1.oa'II> A correspondent, wilting tho A..vo. hotel 1 stands. on high land, Is nestled
Ents : Equitable Life Insurance /Society of the will hold court next week. lie Mill\ then north. i
per onpyTltusvilleB. CATK from Rooklodgo, says: Mr. J, G.Bonnett among odoilfoiou pine Hoes, and I can f,
R. Wilson & Son. Uuited Stales, wan a. caller at this ollice\ to Lake county and kits, and three
go -:Mr. an.11I1r". C. C. McClnln two of New York, had. some ncuuiumoduto between two )
B J. B. Screven. on "'oo1nell
(Jacksonville-ruthbun hotel. Jacksonville, mon a trip down the East Me., are guests of Hotel fr- the Indian Ulcer hotel thlll (Friday) having caught several bass weighing over HOIIHO of the word, nnd fully equippedwith

St. James hotel. Coast mond. Mrs. Duncan in n-cousin of 1111'". morning. They see on their way to :JO!(,!Ins., and one which brought down the all the latest device. for the euhu. h'

? Windsor hotel.St. hotel.. -Mr. II. Walton a well-known orange R. II. Baxter, who recently spent a couple Orlando sad Tampa, from a trip! down scales at '.!71bRI; besides .Homo of lesser fort of Its patrons elevator, electric

Augustine-Alcazar grower from Clifton, wan among the of weeks in town, ere rutuining to the (East; Coast Mr McCl.iln Is the well weight; and he took them all with his light and bolls, poroeluln-llneil bath,
I Ormond-llo'el Ormond.RockledgeIlotel known the /linroh & steel rods which add, to bed-rooms bountifully\ furnished -
River. pleasant callers at this oiHce ou Wed- her home In Bath, !Me. representative light greatly connecting ,
I Indian nesday. Mr. Wattou reports his orange Dwight Co., of New Yolk. Mrs. Modal the {pleasure o' the sport. It Is rumored ,steam-hented and openllre-pll\oell.
I Palm Beach-Royal Polnciana. trees as looking in splendid condition, -Mr, and Mrs R. C. Morgan, of London n l is .a very charming lady, and lls that Mr. Bennett cnn beat ]Messrs Bradley Moreoned window and the softest beds

I' U The Inn with plenty bloom on them. England, were guests of the Indian much pleased with her visit to Indian Griffith, Lai m beer, Uowen or any the weary traveler ever slept upon. The

River hotel, at this place, a short while Kiver. other of our amateur fishermen, who are dining-room I Is the pink of perfection

U- Reading notice ads. are ten centsr -\lcMllrray.t: Baker, the well-known this week. They had been on a trip to such experts nt hauling In the finny with snow-white linen. sparkling cut-
dealers have moved to 2.1U22JEast ( their Messrs. J. A McGuIro of St. Augustine
: and ,
can lage Cuba and Nassau were on and silver while tho
line on this page. tribe. On Monday of tills week with a glass ware, spotless ,
Bay street, Jacksonville opposite way to Orlando, to see some friend and J. A. McDonald, of Miami ; ten-foot stool rod which Inoh\lhn the pretty white waitresses, all clad In white, p
,
Messrs. A. A. Ford and C. T. Olcott, Hotel Kathbun where they will remain Colonel and Mrs. Drury-Lown. Mr. and members of the firm of T McGuIre &; McDonald -
with their rubber-tipped shoos move
handle, weighed ton ounces Mr. Bennett ,
Fort Pierce were in town a day or oa permanently, and have better facilities\ Mrs. Morgan are enjoying their visit to were at Palm Beach, Wednesday. succeeded In landing a ,fine channel nolnlcssly about, attending to the wantsof
first of the week. for doing but.inese than ever before. America very much. They are the contractors who will build very the with all the
buss. The lieu put up a great light, numerous guests
the the
the addition to Inn coming summer -
-The weather has been very delight- -Miss Martha Tyler, of St. Louis Mo.. -Mrs. S. II Melton returned home to and ready to and with bill delicate rod, It was a question ilelloncle of tho season. The cuisine
already getting
I of late, which has been the cause of is in town, visiting her sister, Mrs. Jas.P. Jacksonville, tile early part of the week, begin, the work are as soon as the season for time who was to be the win cannot bo surpassed; It la I supplied with

deal of surf bathing. Goldsmith. Miss Martha resided In after a very pleasant visit of about two closes. The plan are practically com- ner. After contest, In the rough and the best that money can buy from market -

-state Supt. 'of Schools Wm. N. Titusvllle, with her mother, several weeks with Mrs. Orlando A. Jones, at plete and provide for an addition of in rumbling waters of the Indian, River fur and noar. The Jersey milk and

heats'of Tallahassee, was in town part years ago( and her many friends are Rockletlge. Mrs. Melton says she never the neighborhood of :200. rooms. (which his guide afterwards Informelihim butter, eggs, salads and vegetable are
pleased to see her on Indian River again. enjoyed a more delightful visit, and the lasted over an hour), Mr. Bennett supplied dally from the hotel farm; the)
f Monday and'l'uesd.ay.Easter We acknowledge a pleasant call from Hotel Indian River, Rocklodge, and Its -Ah English l letter Informs us of the succeeded In bringing the bionzod) and oranges( which are supplied the table

Is approaching, go you had Miss Tyler, who was accompanied by surroundings, i8 one of the most pleasant Illness of one of our old and esteemed. l pearly beauty to the "11ft. Upon roach- are raised In the locality on Mr. John B.

otter get your ads In the ADVOCATE if Mrs; Goldsmith.Mr. places she ever visited.Mr friends, Kohert B. Berildgo, Ksi(., of Ing. the shore they weighed him, and It !Stetson':! protected grove; the water
ou have anything to sell. Leicester, England. Mr. Berrldge Is wart found that lie tipped the scales at supplied/ tho hotel I is the purest, coming t
all Basil dill, tbe energetic and and Mrs. B. F, Ives, Mr. Bert looked upon as one of the most trustworthy 2li: Ibs. What do you think of this, ye from a spring several hun>ed feet below
-We send one paper free to our principal agent of the Mallory Steamship Ives, Miss Gertrude Ives and little Miss and ablest lawyers tho Midland fishermen time surface There are also beautiful

Ivertlsers. When the ad. l is discon- Line has been on a trip down the Elsie lees, who> have been enjoying a Countlesof England.J: We trust the next -- drives, good road, a first,olai livery
nued the ADVOCATE is also dlscon- East Coast looking after the Interest of visit of few months at their
a orange
news we lecelvo will be' more favorable, TIckotH. bicycling and lino golf link; and last,
nuedMr. his Company. Mr. Gill, went down to !grove a LaGrange, left for their home as we were extremely sorry to hear of his ShmmHhIJ but not least, I I..* tho gentlemanly

I F. II. Hussey, who has been the end of the line, as far as Miami, In Philadelphia_ yesterday afternoon, illness and hope Mr. Borrldgo will be Two steamship! ticket for ale; first manager, Mr. C. W. Rlploy, with his

pending the better part of the winter stopping off at all the principal places much to the regret of many of their spared to his estimable family for ninny class Brunswick to Now York and return charming wife and daughter, who are
he going and coming and reports havingmet friends, who were I at the station to bid ; and
.t Pasadena, FU., writes than years to come. Line. to over willing to see to tho comfort ,
cheap Mallory Apply
with big success them adieu :Mr. Ives did not like the ;
homelike
ad left for his home in New York. of those who visit this
Mrs. James A. Roache of ADVOCATE Office Titusvllle Flit
nnd ,
Idea of this \ -Dr. f
leaving beautifully warm
I III be
-Mr. T. F. Nevins who went to hostelry. Mr Itlpley to complimented -
-Mr. Wm. M. Brown, president of the last week with the' weather but business called him home. Brooklyn, N. Y., who have been enjuy- also, on the selection of his
N. Y. remains
Jank of Bay of Biscayne, left here, Tuos- Brooklyn, Ing a visit of a week or two at N"vlnll'ItIvenlew
who AMONG THE HOTELS. stall! which I III follows Chlof clerk
All
of the of the late Mr. Henderson Practically the whole population of ,
meeting hotel Merritt through
annual passed
to attend the ,
lay, (lea. W. Puck .second clerk Evans Buttes
has ;
Orlando.Mr. died rather suddenly at Merrltt re- the Seminole Indian settlement on Now ; ,
their to
' Bankers' Assoclatiou at Titusvllle yesterday, on
'lorlda way The ADVOCATE I Is now on file at all clerk Frail St bookkeeperand
George
tuinod to his winter home on Indian River was at Palm Beach Tuesday to see and Ormond for u few d.iyc.Mre. night ;
and Mrs., R. C. Heaton, of Boson River He found It pretty cold In New the sights of the winter resort and to seethe Daytona. I\che-who In the attractive and the bust hotels In New York city I cashier, II. S. Thompson; housekeeper

have been enjoying a visit' to the York, but managed to get a few sleigh ostrich farm, says the Palm Beach youngest daughter of that genial and Whore to stop along the East Coast. M rll. Adam; chef, A. C. Crock

Tampa Bay hotel. Mr. Hel ton is one of rides over the snow ore returning to News. They had heard of the 'vooder- whole-souled Brooklyn politician, Mr. See list of hotel, on 7tli page. ett.Hotel tl

he well known members of Canaveral Florida. ful big birds kept there, but none had Hugh McLnughlln looking better In Ormond. Ormond-on-the-Hallfax. :,
.
;iub. them and Interested Do you want to purchase a hotel and under the of Messrs. An. 1
ever seen were greatly Her husband management
hArt
health than we ever saw
Messrs.\ J. F. Hathaway and Chas. ? If do rend! nd. 7th
cottage on
when admitted to the farm. One you lersin it Price standing on the eastern
,
-Mr. J. B. Conrad one of the firm of Hasklns with their bright; and energetic ch\lms'the' credit for her good
much Interested In pogo bunk of the beautiful Halifax River on '
of them
was ,
very health. Dr. and Mrs. Roache expect to
lie Bond Lumber Co. was a passenger left frozen Boston for
have
wives, wbo whether the birds good Those about to visit Floilda would do In the midst of tall
northbound train, eu route lots of fun finding out were leave for Brooklyn some time next week. it narrow" peninsular,
>n Saturday's toliami. Hotel Ormond, are having to eat and offered to trade a lot of buck- ---' --- well to note the name of the best hotel forest tree nod troplonl plants, I I. ono
his home at Glenwood from a trip and down the
o ":I.\IInA'thelr\ bicycles up the wind skin for one to test the question. The stetson Unlvuriitjr. at which to stop, on our 7th page. of the most popular resorts In the South.

beach according/ to the way sail Indiana came up with :Mr. Stranahan, Saturday night' danco at Hotel Or- It* name a synonym for charming drive

-Mr. and Mrs.Fred Kettle, of St. Aug. blows. Unfortunately they he.dInd cannot of Lauderdale, who keeps the store where If you wish to educate your boys and mond wa A 'fel'yeojoYllble affair. There through, beautiful forest, by the river'
latine, have been guests of Hotel ()I'- their bicycles against a so the Indians do the most of their trading. girls send them to the John B. Stetson number of dancer aide, past orange grove' and along thasmooth
nond for a few days. Mr. Kettle has have to go or return one way by train. University, DeLand, Fla. This college were quite n present. hard beach, where the ocean

ust returned from Nassau, where he -Mr. and Mrs.\ Wm. C. Couitney, of -Palm Beach, this season, has there had Is one of the beat equipped! schools In Illustrated folder of the line East gathers and. break, where the guest

nade a host of friends.Mr. Brooklyn, N. Y., who have been guestsof more wealthily men congtegated the South; It ii Is situated on high rolling Conit hotel, etc., to be given away free plash and play In the surf. The town
of
the East Coast
of Nevins' Klvervlew (hotel, Merrltt' for than was ever seen on land, surrounded by tropical and semi- at the ADVOOATK office. Send two-cent of Ormond, on the opposite bank of the
W. Ballantlne
and 1I11' J. Florida. for tbere has been George '
,
visit Palm nod the buildings are of to postage. S I 18 the site of handsoniahomus
tamp river
who have been spend- some 'time past, paid a to tropical trees, pay many
tomervllle N/ J. Gould Plerpont Morgan Anson Phelps
,
Beach the first of the week. :Mrs. Courtney the latest design. There are at present ) ; other more stately are located
bas been oround that
paused A going
William Rockefeller '
the at Point rumor
winter M.
on City Stokes, Henry Flagler,
thin seat of learn the river' bank all adding to the
McLaugh- attending
\ students along
Mr.llugh 328 ,
In daughter : :
brough here, Friday en route to Fort| a Fred Vanderbilt, Seward Webb Hotel Windsor, Jacksonville, Fla., would
fine of charm of life at the Ormond. Noted as
body
well-known politician, The professors are a
\ where to remain lln, Brooklyn's to of ing. close during the summer. We are askedto
\Vhite Fla., they expect and McK. Twombly, say nothing
bout two weeks. who, with his wife, Is enjoying himselfat some twenty lesser stars who have only learned ladles and gentlemen, who !take mention the fact that the Windsor Ormond III I for It. ninny miles of excellent -

Merritt, playing quoits, eta., with about fifty millions each. Why Maurlch the greatest care of your sons and daughters will remain open all the year round. driving, the surf bathing fishing
-Prof. Chas. B. Cory, of Palm Beach, Mr. Quaid. placed In their charge. If you are bottling and I excursion up and down the
played In the golf tournament at Or- Oran In his wildest* dreams could not meditating about sending your children As they entered the dining room, gab river anal to the strangelyweirtiTomoka,

inond on Saturday. He did not win the SALE time or cash, all kinds have !gathered. % company of operatic to school, you cannot do bettor than nrday last, every guest of Hotel Ormond with its gently curving bank and Its ywonderful

cup, but he took back with him the bestishes FOR on machines. All kinds of stars who would represent these as much In semi them to the Stetson University, wa presented with a very attractive and color effects, Is I equally cola f +
muslcal firmament
of his many friends. Mr. l obt. of sewing repaired on short notice;; the as sojourners DeLand, Kla. neatly-gotten-up menu folder, which brated. Boat of every variety are provided +
machines the financial at Palm Beach.
do In sky
'. Watson, jr., secured the cup. needles furnished. Address, also gave the name of the winner and for the pleasure of the) !guests, the
parts and How the people from tbe neighboringcities Cohen )lro". to the Front Again.; player in the golf championship, which manager paying especial attention to h
A. EBICKSOJC
-The sloop Flora, with Mr. and Mrs. J. and town must flock In and look "
took place that day on the Ormond arranging excursions to the various at-
.eo. II. Clark, of Clyde X. Y.; Mrs. A.H. P. O. Box 113. DeLand Fla. at them, as they would at the wax: figures This popular dry"o..dll house has link tractive points, either by land or water. :
and Miss Eden Musee! Even In timevery .
Myers, Mrs. II. T. King In the
their addition the and! water
before the public new In to driving,
'lark. of Rochester, N. Y., on board, returned For Sale, whirl of tlie season Newport and the just Easter put/goods. Such a display has not Writing u* from Went Palm Bench, a attraction, tbe Ormond baa a bicycle Y
They afford such correspondent s Mr*. S. O. B. Burn-
Saturday. no
to Tltusville on Metropolitan
in Jacksonville before. tho smooth firm road through
been witnessed livery, ,
the ifaulover There the entire ham of Hotel Seminole I Is certainlymakingagoomlrecordasahostes.
had been on a cruise ns far as advantages. they are, ,
The new wash materials. for full dresses" the wood and by the chore, offering
canal and report a very delightful Twenty acres of land, fronting on flock grazing by the waters of the South and waists Swisses, agmgauge, : .. She particular attraction wheelmen. ThoOrmond J,
pongees
time. If the Rochester people had seen Indian River; suitable for oranges or Atlantic. Can Monte Carlo, Nice or novelties poult de soles, I Is sending everybody away loud In her I III quite a large house, with I

those fine trout hauled in by Mesdames vegetables; ; three acres cleared, with Cairo show such a collection? zephyrs,madras mouonellne. ox praise for the most I1l1Iclent management broad, veranda and bright oheer- 1
tissues, crepe, ,sunny ,
have made of Memlnole which ba been crowded
King and Myers, it would three-room house; easy terms. Address, fords lap pelts, foulard!aes, cable cord, fat room. The entrance hall I Is especially -
their hearts glad. The above party down ex CiiAft. R. ELMO, Notice of Oruwlnjf of Jury. satin, ray ell, cascarets In beautiful array all\ the winter attractive. The house I I. lit by

pects to leave for another cruise Stanwood Fla. of figures and stripes, also wash silks Messrs. C. C. Inglehart and (I. G. electricity and la steam heated every

the Banana River, to-day or to-morrow. The Judge of the County Court and foulard silks, taffeta silks, poult da sole, Ackerman, manager of the Brock House, room has a pleasant view; the billiard ,.

Sale Clieap. the Sheriff of Brevard County, Florida toulardine, mou..cllne crepe raye, India Enterprise, formerly of Hotel Normandy room and theatre are convenient and fn

For Sale, will meet with the Clerk of the Circuit dimities;' In fact anything and everything N. Y., topped over In Tltuivllle a attractive; from the top of the house a

Golden Role large and Court, at the Clerk's Office In Titusvllle, to suit all styles of beauty. WhenIn day or so on their way from fof1kle.hre. magnificent panorama of land and sea,
,
Pure Eden watermelon seed from The sloop 40ft. li ft. beam; cabin 21 Brevard County, Florida, on Saturday, Jacksonville pay a visit to thin dry They returned to Enterprise on Wednesday forest and stream I Is spread before you; a

fancy melons. Price 5O cents per pound roomy; 10 ft.long wide, by 0 ft. high. Every the 3lat day of March, A. D. 1'JOO, at 11 goods palace; and those out of town but will probably be here next large ele'fatorcRrrle" visitor to the upper

any quantity. ft. long, for water. Good chance to o'clock-. m., for the purpose of drawIng write to the mall order department, andsamples week, to do some duck shooting.On floor and roof; the cuisine of the Or- f

L.Wiusox JR, convenience boat cheap. Apply to the Jury to nerve at tbe Spring Termof will be mailed to your address Saturday last Mr. Henry W.Hearten.. mood I* Justly celebrated for Its excel d'lance.
,
Allendale S. C. get a party Mrs. O&o. COOK, the Circuit Court, In and for Brevard free of charge, and every attention given cashier of the Inn, I'alm Beach received Messrs. Anderson! A; Price have

Titusvllle, Fla. County, Florida, which, said Court convenes to your orders. a telegram announcing the death of his managed: the hotel since 188! ; and to

on the 23rd: day of April, \. D. COHEN BKOTIICRH: mother at Lakewood N. J. Owing to ay they are poputir, I.I really no word
,
Uockledge. Indian River, For Sale. HMO, being the fourth Monday thereof. Jacksonville, Fla.Fine the stress of business, Mr. Searle wa for It. The manager are assisted by a
will take notice and be gentlemanly staff of ofilcer aa follows:
The public governed ; -
and unable to: leave to attend the funeral.
Has one of the most attractive l uucbeH.If Louis H. Bingham clerk A. P.
In-the accordingly. room ;
Coastof The most desirable prope".J Mr*. Searle bad been an Invalid for several
beet East
the
-stocked stores along Witness hand and seal of the Circuit Creamer ; II. O. Marvin, night
center of KockMge, on Barton avenue; rav year, but wa seriously 111 only a callhlor'j
Florida. Yon can find everything yon consisting l of five acres covered with Court, this the 13th day of March yon need a good chop, steak or any few daIs. clerk; T. eau, bookkeeper; Ar-
need at this store. All kinds of fine groceries tbe line do not fall thur W. Tarbell clerk A. D. Duvl
thrifty orange trees, also two cottage.thereon. A. D. 1900. thing else In eating key ; ,
and western meats. Apply toWrf. { A. A. STEWART: when In St. Augustine to go to Orange Manager II. 8. Green of Hotel St. mall clerk; Miss M. A. Stout, new and

Particular attention paid to the needsof M. Mcawix: Milford Conn. ] Seal > Clerk of Circuit Court, Howe' Lunch and Oyster Rooms,corner George, St. Augustine, passed through curio department; Mr. Walter Johnson

y&chtsmen and cruising parties. After Nov 20tb, Rockledge, Fla. C ) Brevard County Florida of Cathedral place, near tbe bridge. here Tuesday on his way home from a
,Gao. N. HATCH, Propr.
assistant.'I

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was served from the Alcazar cuisine AN INTERESTING! RELIC. Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble I -1

-WHA T"' After supper dancing was resumed anti and Don't. .Know it. SEED POTATOES.Improved .

<- OfATE continued until 1 o'clock. The music One of Florida's Interesting relics I is How-To"---rind- ---Out.

INDIAN AI'lRIVf. furnished by the Casino orchestra, under an old Indian mound to be fonnd at Fill a bottle or common glass with your

f'' AtiD5'FoU tho leadership of Charles Le Paige, was Lake Worth, at Lochslde, the propertyof water and let It aand: twenty-four hours; a
Rose $.'{.00 barrel. Special prices to large buyers. Write
excellent, and quite In keeping with the Mr. James McFarlane. This mound, sediment indicates or settling per for teat

other features of the evening.A. which Is situated on the beach hammock, unhealthy condition ant moolals from largest )potato planters Florida.

U DL 0G9 was not much thought of till\ \ a few year a of the kid
Full line of fresh Garden and[Fleld Seeds always In stock. Write for
R. PeFluont, editor of the Journal, ago when It was seen by some of the neys; If it stains price ]hit

INDIAN GV A Doylestown, Ohio suffered for a num. professors of the Archaeological College your linen it Is L. CAMERON.\ Seedsman
his
rheumatism In ,
ber of years from evidence of kid-
RIVER right shoulder and side, He says: "My of Philadelphia, who were on a tour of ney trouble, : too ,
ADVOCATE CV: RP B light arm at times was entirely useless the East Coast In search of Indian relics. frequent desire to 126 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA,

Mffd cGtut I tried Chamberlain's: I'aln Balm, and This mound they pronounced to be a pass Jt or pain In ._ _._
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was surprised to receive relief almost good specimen and of Interest.Mr. the back Is also -=
I Immediately. The 1'"ln Balm has beenA convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder GEORGE MARX. JOHN MARS.
I constant companion of mine ever since McFarl.ine has had the brush are out of order. '

I IdIM hit IIi, ,I + I It t' I tl'h and It never falls" For sale by druggists cleared away from It, and It Is very What to Do. 1VJ[ 1R ::BJEiCC>S.

and medicine dealers. plainly seen standing In Its grim .solitude There Is comfort In the knowledge so ,

i and an Interesting picture of the past.. often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- Wholesale Dealers In
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills
FRENCH CURE FOR GRIP. The walk it the I III every
A to
through grounds
ALL wish In
APPARENT TO curing rheumatism, pain In the
GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE
beautiful along a grassy avenuebordered back, kidneys, liver bladder and every part ,.

Dr. Borne' Kerned linn been Successful on each side by cocoanuts, hibiscus and of the urinary passage. It corrects Inabllrt;'

In ParU. to hold water and scalding pain In passing
ST. AUGUSTINE BALL oleandern. At the commencement of 131 and 133 Kant nay Street and 0 and 8 Newiian Street,
A After having neatly recovered from Its It, or bad effects following use of liquor.
novel
the Is for Florida
avenue sight ,
wine beer and
or overcomes that unpleasant JACKSONVILLE FLA.
i 1 Given 1>y the Hotel Alcazar. Manager. and usual epidemic of Influenza, London a wind-break 14: feet high, and on which necessity of being compelled to go often v ,

Clientx. About BOO Invitation Isntiod. received from Paris a "safe cure" for the Is trained. In Imitation of English wall during the day. and to get up many times FRUIT
complaint. The discoverer Is Dr. Home, front, the blooming hibiscus. during the night. The mild and the extra ONE OF THE OLDEST HOUSES IN THE CITl
} Casino a Hen of Enchantment
Deputy for Doubs, who cured M.Waldeck- There Is another Indian mound just realize effect of Swamp-Root Is soon
Tho danco at the Casino, St. Augur It stands the highest for its wonderful -
jik a Rousseau In three days and who wnq north of thin one on the property belongIng cures of the most distressing cases.If We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Pcai

tine,referred to In last week's ADVOCATE, also successful with President Loubet, to Mr. Hammond which Is larger I In you need" a medicine you should have the guaranteed /genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed We want

was one of the big society events of the M. Deschanel and several of his brother size. These mounds make an additional best. Sold by druggists In 50c. and$1. sizes. your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will he pleased.

season, find the Times-Union and Citizen deputies. Dr. Borne's remedy is as I Interest to the already Interesting Lake: You may have a sample bottle of this MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville\ Fla.

correspondent hoe the following 4o say follows: wonderful discoveryand i We only Sell to Dealers.
r Luke Worth
Worth. News.
a book that tells "'
Ik about It: "Never before was the Canine As feels the symptoms of: r ;?
soon as one
more about It, both sent| f e'
Itt'! seen In such glorious splendor as last Influenza one should have the two followIng FOR WIDOWS AND ORPHANS absolutely free by mall, _.

jj r night, the occasion. being a danco given proscriptions made up; firstly: address Dr. Kilmer & nom at swampRoot.Co. .
t by Manager Cleaves, and the guests of Chloroform water..2 ounces Of the HrltlKh In the South African War ., Binghamton N. Y. When writing men-

the Hotel Alcazar to their friends. About Water . . . . .2 ouncesMagnesia A meeting of British residents of Flor tion reading this generous offer In this paper. John B. Stetson 'University
,
five\ hundred Invitations were Issued for / . . .. . .2 drachma Ida was held In Jacksonville on Saturday

t this grand occasion, and It is needless to Salol. . . . ,'. 13 grains the 24th ult., to consider the desirabilityof Order of Publication. ..

Uetol\ . . . . .15:>> grains subscription toward
raising a someone
say that nearly all of the favored ones Antlfobrln. 3 . . . ...15 grains CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE SEVENTH DELAND, FLORIDA.
aocepted the honor. The majority ol Syrup of orange flower..l ounce or other of the charitable funds necessitated IN .. Circuit of Florida, In and for Hre

I of the by the present South African vard. County. In Chancery. .
those In Attendance were guests This must be well shaken and a table- -

LIB de Leon and Alcazar, while fifteen war. It was pointed out that such subscriptions Andrew J.Perry Receiver, I Partition. EUzAI3ETH
Hotels Ponoe spoonful taken every or twenty Order toQleoaon $ !! 1 mq 1
a number of the loading townspeople, minutes during the first day' were being sent to the Mansion Brothers&: Company et al. }f to Defendants. ."fir
a Corporation; Appear.To '
rW'
cottagers and army folks were also pres- On the following day one should take House from British subjects In all partsof Howard P. Boll, of Arlington; New York i: .

Casino was closed to the pub the world, and a strong feeling was William ]McCabe and William R. Taylor of
ent. The two cachets on rising In the morningand Toronto Canada. ; limit E. Court, of the United .. -
and turned over exclusively shown that we In Florida ought not to States llydroirraplier'8. Office, Washington
lic last night, two on going to bed at night, composed -
be unrepresented. I>. C.(Julia O. Perry of New York Clty/New ,
I, for the use of the guests of the Alcazar as follows: York; the Ellnworth Trust Coinpanv, of! Chicago

and their invited friends. Magnesia, . . . .2} drachms The Mansion House fund is divided In- of/31.,)IlllnolH Ill vision, corporation. .street Chicago; E.Illinois fi. Ellsworth JohnC.

I The entrance to the bait room was Uetol . ... . . ::75:>> grains to"any channels and of these the Ainendt anil Emma C.Aniondt, his wife,of

the hotel corridors which wore Salol .. .. .. . .. .43: grainsTerpine "Wldowsl\nd Orphans" fund was felt to Chicago; Illinois; Augusta/ P. Wattles, of

through decorated for the occasion., [ But . . . . ... .45 grains be the one most deserving.A Klllawoic complainant, New unknown York; and aft to to their parties names to, res the
richly .
For 20 cachets. Idtmces'quantities of interest and proportionate
the scene of-encbantment was not reached committee of three, whose names shares In the' property sought to be partitioned
Dr. Borne who made no difficulty :
at the foot hereof was appointed In the above entitled suit
until the ballroom was in plain view; appear ,
about rendering his efficacious prescriptions for tile
Whereas, the attorney complainant
Here sight almost bewildering In artis public said his\ principle WH to send outclrculars and Invite subsciiptlons him Hated In an allldavlt duly filed. Ills belief
that each of the above-named (defendants are
and forward
are requested to
tic beauty met the gaze of tae! hundreds you residents of other countries, than the
that all the digestive, respiratory tubes, states or : For Both Sexes. This Scholastic Year Began
of as they entered. Tho entl'l\nco your offering at once to any of these State of Vlorlda, specifying an partlc-nl.irly I "a* Is
guests etc. should bo disinfected. He had
known ta him their respective places of real
was through a bower of cedar palm experimented with all the antiseptics committeemen. deuce; and that the natural' por.oaonhove namedare October 3rd. Send for Catalogue,
of At the meeting: above referred to, a In his belief each of them over the age otLWAUIune /.
branches and rare! potted plants every capable of combination and had eventu- years. College, ACAdemic, Normal, Art and Music Departments. Large, commodious
Tho rail Inclosing the large sum of about three hundred dollars was Now,therefore, you are each of you, an well as
variety. ally arrived at the kinds and doses givenIn and all the unknown ddendantsregntredtoappear to Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian water etc. insuring .
the promised, help even In small/ sums ,
arches which overlook pool was the prcllcrl tlonll. Of course the noses the hill of uomplniut of Andrew J. ferry as
will be welcome. Receiver versus Gleason Hrotheri an I Company, perfect healthfulness buildings heated by steam
Interwlnetl. with wild smilax, ivy ; throughout ; faculty of 21
thickly were modified according to the age condItion F. W.IIAWARD a ('orpnnttlnnetal..0led In thin (Court to effect -
vines which were interwoven a partition of some thirteen thounanducren trained and experienced teachers. Send for Catal
and other trailing\ \ Dr. gue containing information,
etc., of the patient. Borne W. 1) lYlfl'CE.Wit. :. of land In Township 27 Month ranges 80

with thousands of miniature considers the replacing of antpyrlne by M. ANOAS, and. 3i your east. In.appearance Hrevard. county In fluid, Florida' cause and at the toent..r Ad lresa- J. F. FORDES, President.

incandescent lights of varied hues while antifebrln to be as antpyrlne .iHckgonvllle, Fla. Clerk's Oflli-e of thin court In Tltunvllte. Flor .
Important, ----- - -- -- -- -' ----- --
the arches themselves were Inclosed with\ Ida upon the Oth duly April A. D,, liNH. exceptrhe
often affects the kidneys.-New York SHEEP AND STEERS. 'dcrendanfH William McCalie and William. '
long, graceful cocoanut palms, .Home Sun. Taylor, of Toronto (Canada and the unknown H. A. HODGES.
defendant, who are each required to enter al"] ...
twenty font high. The vast, expanse of Chance In Ranwe Condition In tie peuranre In our('Iork'" Ofllce on the 7th day of Manufacturer of
white walls and ceilings\ was delicately Wlivnt Pruspeol.. Fur Writ. :May. A. I>. IIHMI.\ -
In speaking of wheat The National It IK' further directed that this orierbepnb- '
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decorated with palm leaves, rare'paint- Stockman and Farmer "The fu- While the cattle business under the linlied wilt... little delay BH may he In the .Cypress: and Yellow Pine Lumber...
:
says I INDIAN UIVKU ADVOCATE, iul llnlieil at Titusvlll -
ings and, delicate draperies, while the ture trend of values Is hard to forecast Influence of an Increase In values Is Ie, Florida once a week lor| four conne iitive ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange: Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable: Crates.
without doubt In condltlen. weeks, to the defendants whose realdenceaare \
In choice vines a prosperous! aa
cornices were enveloped' at this time. It would seem that the herein stated, to lie within the United States; Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building in ,I
through which the miniature" lights were employment of so many people In the It must be admitted that Its ancient and onrp s week for eight' onttecMitlve weeks, .an any part of Florida, would! do well to write for pilot s. The saw mills are located !,

scattered. Suspended from the cornicein country as are now and liable to be em- glory bus passed awny, says a to unknown the dofendantH defendants., resident la Canada and the at Buffalo Hlutf, near Palatka, on the J.. T. K. \V. R y. Lumber delivered to any""

each end of the hall were Immense ployed In the future would Increase the correspondent of The Breeder's Onzctte. It In further Kiruotod that the clerk of thin part of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES: Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
from the making of
wreathes of delicate green which w"ro demand for flour. The war that England The railroad, the homesteader eonrtwithin tills order do twenty j'.oat a days copy hereof at the Courthouse ---- -- -- -- -.- __ __ h
has on bur hands! and which I Is the Irrigating ditch and the constantly dour of Hrevard County: and that he
also Illuminated\ : with variegated lights. send. by mall a ropy hereof to each of the defendants EHTADI.ISHEn;: 18SO.
to the south wing of the spacious likely to last for some time yet would rising tide of emigration are rapidly whore residence Is given<< In the
Proceeding increase the demand In Great Britain Illlltlllvit upon which thin. order I.*. Imsed.
if possible was[ destroying the better parts uf thorn and ordered at the Clerk's fates at
hall, the scene, at least. The unfavorable conditionof Done Bond: LulU
Thin had boon great public ranges which once fur- Tlui-vllle, Florida, this 7th day of March,A. bar Co.
even more enchanting. the growing crop In many parts of I)., 1WIO. ,
nlsliet sustenance for millions of head
A. A. STEWART
converted Into a room, where the to lessen the
supper country ought pros .
[MEAl.I: ] Clerk Circuit Court Hrevard Co.Dnmriiiapl
tables had been of cattle and large profits! to the cattle A. Manufacturers of and Dealers in
i nearly one hundred small pects somewhat for as large a yield Hy 0 SlKWAlir D. C.Sheriff's

9 arranged and tastefully decorated. the coming/ harvest. These and perhaps baron. During the reign of the golden

Perhaps the crowning feature of the a few other things might,: be offered era the great plains offered au almost Sale. LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING,

theMitheoHt as reasons for hoping for better limitless expanse of grazing room unit ,
however was
unsurpassed scene, things,: from the wheat market In though the common domain might be UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OFANKXECU- -uldlngs, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange \

a corner. Ho a largo section had the future but whether they are sufficient designated as a desert, It was thickly Hrevard Issued County out,of Florida the County In cause Court therein for and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.Saw .

been enclosed with n troll Is of grey Spanish to counterbalance the boar arguments / Interspersed, with oases which never pondlnir! wherein doing Imslnnss Ji'. E. Hunil as the Mimi I 1 umber Planing and Shingle: Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. K'y Yards at '

moss, while scattered through It wore the future only can determine.The left the wandering herds without 1iCompany, are plaintiff, and U. 8. Williams In. DeLand and Tltusville.

thousands of pink roses and graceful man who attempts to forecast the abundant reserves of food save whenan defendant 1 have levied upon and will soil at

vinos. A large archway formed the entrance course of the wheat market! baa no unusually severe winter burled even : I"hllo for cash auction In front to the of the highest:Court and.House best door bidder at T
FOR
v over which was suspended a clue small contract on bill hands., the tallest: grass beneath a mass of Tlmsvtlle during the legal. hours of sale. upon $3.2Q. '
the .
thickly crusted snow Then It was
I tor of eluctrlo lights, forming a globe. FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL A. D.:, 1100,
In this entrance were located tho gigantic Tomorrow, anil tomorrow, and to-morrow. that thousands of head. starved to the following described real estate situate In Sent to'us by Express, 1 riostofflee order or New York Exchange, we will
l Creep on in petty apace from day to duty death and their boues still whiten hillside Tltii-vlllo Florida.'. and. standing on the public send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID
punch and lemon bowls, from which And nil our ynterduy have lighted fool and plain. But these occasional records In the name of (t. 8. Williams, the, 110- ,
The way of dusky death." fondant. to wit I FOUR FULL .
wero'nerved to the QUARTS
refreshing liquids losses mattered not to the cattle baron
Procrastination is the thief of tot I of the subdivision of lots an, 30 40, 41
da.ncel's11[ during tho evening. Alto healthas for the natural Increase of Ida! herd, and 44: of Joyuerrllleallitlon of Titusvllle, ,
well as the thief of time. There are shown, bv a plat of HMU! sub-division on recordIn Of the
gether the ballroom for the Alcazar few tilings in which procrastination the nominal I cost' of grazing izx-ua and the oillre of the Clerk of the Court of lire- Celebrated Seven-Year-Old

danco furnished picture which those is much the high price, of beef made them of lit. var a so
halt of lot 3, Section 3, Township Ki south,
N present will never forgot, and which has indulged as in letter tie consequence In tlio'eu sting up of ac- Range 3ft eat according to the government; survey Calhoun Pure
writing. We count one year taken with another. being the same lot sold by ft. F. Gray and Rye Whiskey
I never been equalled) hero before., Mont I mean to write, but But these richer pasture hinds lying wife to (V. 8. Williams. fe. .* per deed recorded
In book O. n., 10 Hrevard County deed
of tho nrttatlo designing was the workof to-morrow and as they did along the alluvial valleys, records. page We shi'\In' PLAIN. PACKAGES, n. mark to Indicate content" (which will avoid all com

Mrs. E. A, Twombly, housekeeper of I to-morrow creepon" were the very ones: to be taken up by February B, 1000. your nlent.f3.211, When will yon he cheerfully get It and.rund.I.teat ftlf It This i. .not satisfactory return It at oun EX"SSE: and
J.P. BROWN Whiskey I. all Fond MIl .n 00 In the mllrket.
and !: any goml"
the Alcazar, who really had charge of the I v weneKlect the settler and railroads, too, have a F. J.Wrnn, Sheriff. We are clue at hand and can !lIve you Jlf'kER; I.I\'EJtY; than distant IlOu.ea. We have
it. Attorney for PluintllTs. !2m! ,r3Q been doing hneluose In this city sod at the same stand for over U YEARS and to our Jtt-!
Dost and weakness for the river tie
decorations. Ohlef Electrician 4 This i. bad peculiar skirting l'OtIBILITY; \ AS: J) 1tEl'UTA'llO forhouestdealing,werotor YOtl to any merchRnt lucre or 10
Ills capable assistants certainly excelled enough( when lauds, laying off tempting/ town sites Noticq. tile editor of title I''IIU.

the and offering unusual Inducements for :SOLOMON & LEVI
themselves with the electrical; display, co..reapondence ;- ,

which could hardly bo equaled any- Is the Incoming the thrifty emigrant. NOTICE Is hereby given that on the 21st flay 1028 & 1030 First Avenue,
A.I) liNii),or aa soon thereafter as Iran
social: or business So the great rouges have been broken P. O. Box No. 33.
where Head 1 Gardener Bilton, in the in its be hoard I will applv to hU Honor D. L.Oauldun BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
character but when it
concerns up and the herds perforce have been County Judite of Brevard County, for
decorative work, proved himself an ar- the vital issue of health it is in- pushed back upon what might from a.purl'ly a final' .Settlement of niv .cc..iinta and approvalof NOTICE-We> pay .:xpree" (" ".7h5.tOii-11 points reached by "SOUTHERN EXPRESS COI.PANY. -

tist. In fact: all who were connected finitely worse. agricultural standpoint be classified m y distribution of the assets of the Estate of ." bnttopotnteon Itne of .. Cntnpantunt'. we prepay only' to points when
This touches if of the ft. C. Smith deceased and for my discharge Southern Expre Company tram.f". to sell other. Joxl're Company
with the preparatory work used excellent you, you are one ns waste. lands. Even these la from the administratorship of said estate.
women who have felt inclined to take W.I. ALLK.
taste and worked faithfully, and advantage of Dr. Pierce's offer of a consul many Instances are of a limited extent Administrator.Jensen .
Oe: :
their olTorts were crowned) with success, tatioa by letter, /,. t!. You have anti are not calculated to furnish a Fla Sept..Rth t IK00.tohbnln ..S. :E3L-c'tMI: : cScJACKSONVILLE. OO. ,
for Administrator.
R A nraham, Att'ys
such as hag never before\ boon equalledat studied the evidence which shows how substantial and unvarying supply of SIT, BIO w. nay st.. '. FLA.iJL.JLi.
other women have been cured. You forage when an occasional drought, fol- '"

this famous resort. cannot doubt but that Dr. Pierce' Fa- lowed by n hard 1 winter, Is taken Into Daily Service

Shortly after\' o'clock tho guests began vorite Prescription does cure diseases account. As a consequence the big .

to arrive, and Manager Greaves was peculiar to women J irregularity, ulcerations herds have been cut up Into small\ OX THE '

on hand; with a word of welcome to everyone. inflammation, bearingdownmins. ones cattlemen are securing/: deeded
Ocklawalia River.
[ You cannot doubt it, because of
lint a full halt, hour glided swiftly the force of the testimony of hundredsof lands, which are being/ fenced and 1 the

away in an inspection of the fairy-like thousands of weak women made bottom land turned Into hayfields to

surroundings, after which the dance program strong and sick women made well, and supply hay for winter feeding while Nothing In Florida: can compare witha

began. During the first )part of you mean to write-to-morrow. many of the old 1 rangpmen are turning/ trip on the World) Famous Ocklawalia
Write to-day. 'Your letter will be their Attention to feeding beef for the
the evening only the colored lights were River No tourist can afford to miss it.
read in private, its contents guarded as
market. _______________
t turned These shed soft and Palatka
on. a glow over a sacred confidence, an answer A steamer leaves for Silver

tho wonderful decoration, and produceda without promptly mailed printing you in a plain it. envelope Address We began have to saved use many Chamberlain's doctor bills Cough sincewe SprIngs at. 12.15 p. m,, after arrival of

picture both weird and charming. Afterwards Dr. R. V.any Pierce, Buffalo upon N. Y."When Remedy In our home. We keep a bottle rains from Jacksonville and St. Augustine -

F tholr regular lights were turned ; I wrote you about my ailment I wasliving open all the time and whenever any' of ; every day except Sunday.
and the floor in Richlutul, Iowa write Mr*. M, V**. my family or myself begin to catch cold
on of light made
an entirely tine of 647 "' >nth I.lherty fttreet. Ualenburr.. III. we begin to the Remedy and Returning leaves Silver Spring at 1:?10
use Cough ,
bottle of Dr. fierce' Era.
different "I took MS Favorite
picture, lending lefe to i
cripllon four of the 'Golden Metlical Discov 1111 a result we never bave to send away p. m., after arrival of train from Tampa, 1 1 I t
s the scene and displaying tho beauties of ery' and four vial of Dr. fierce', PteaMnt Felet for a doctor and Incur a large doctor bill, Ocala and Jacksonville\ ; every day except -
I .. Before. I had taken. four bottle of theI'
the many exquisite gowns to wonderful for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy never
Favorite Prescription I wa a new woman. I.aDDDt Monday. .;
ti achnnta o. I' make. pen describe mjr heartfelt (ratV alls to cure. It Is certainly medicineof
lode but will confirm/ the truth of all I cay Uthose great merit and worth.-D. S. Mearkle; W. C. Hargrove
the intermission after ,
During the sixth : who write incloae stamped envelope for General Merchant and Farmer Mattie,
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dance, the guests repaired to tlyj south I, reply.Dr. Pierce' Pellet are a natural aid Bedford county, Pa. For sale by druggists General Passenger Agent. Four Full Quarts Delivered for 84.20.

wing, where an elaborate course supper to beauty. They clear the complexion. and medicine dealers. Palatka, Fla.












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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 2.1 1000. 3 ''J 1

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Professional Cards. i STYLES OF TODAY.LINES \ DUCKS FOR MARKET. EST.VHI.ISIIKO:. 1570.f,N t
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KIDNEY DISEASESare ---- ----- I
KOZO M. lt oour8. WALTER GRAHAM. Ther Are PrufltnMe If Properly I :

BOBBINS & GRAHAM, THAT DOMINATE FIGURE AND Cuml for and Sold it I Ulaht TI.....

Lv the' most fatal of all dis FASHION.The Ducks are .prutltable\ If tiold l an noon M. Lane & Son A;

A TTOHYEY8-A T-LA W, as they rem-li four pounds weight or ,

eases. five at the will retain
SFFICK HOURS:-From 10 to 12 a. m., Point III Front-Curve. All n.h.- highest' us they I Ii
rapid growth and increase for all the
and 2to4p.m. KIDNEY CUBE Is Ii anted to the ui-L.intlim-d Sklrte. a.12:/: : WASHINGTON:\ ST1SEET :NEW YORK. I
Cm
TiTtranr.Lst Brevard Co., FLORIDA LEYlS A Pretty Theater \Vnl.t-Slre-ve of food they may consume up to that nge./
k 108. I Guaranteed Remedy After that time they do not pay except
O. Box, All Sor ;
> Will practice In all the courta-state and fed to keep a t.w.lUll'8S they have n U
ral. A noticeable feature of all the Intent pond and grass run. If raised under Southern Fruit and Produce

f 8]>land'eolal title.facilities. for examining and perfect-' or money refunded. Contains models In waists U the point In front at bens keep the hens and young: ducksIn ; '
big I
remedies recognized by eminent I the waist Hue. 1C It Is not cut on the little coops' and rues, WilY from II I

D. OAULDEN, physicians as the Best fOr bodice form a Itself decided the dip belt down U arranged directly/ to Inrsurm. feathered water. In they fact11uti1 should 1] bo the given dnckM drinking are Or.xl.t'O..1oc1on: : :: :: :hI.Iorcho..n: : : I IrINEAP1'LES I

Bladder troubles.
Kidney and water In to allow of
only
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW a manner
: A SPECIALTY. Stencils Cards, anti our quotations furnished on :
Will practice in all the Courts of the State PRICE SOc. And $1.00. their getttlng their beaks t for contrary
it Florida and the United States Courts. to the old saying that "wet npi>llcatlon.
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1. U Box,236TlTUSVIt.LE: FLA. weather Is splendid for young iltiok. ," '1 1' '
TAX ASSESSOR'S
NOTICE.I -
Money to Loan. 18 u nothing Is so fatal to them as damp .'
ness. Very cold, drinking miter will I '

GOLDSMITH, will be at the following places on cnuwe them to have!' cramps; hence It
M. the dates named for the purpose of assessing J' should be tepid. If You Have Not j',1

taxes for the
year 1000: Feed them after they are 21 hours I
Merritt Friday' Mar 23:
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, '. old on a mixture of mashed potatoes
Hnulover Tuesday 27

mrsviLLK, FLORIDA. LaGrange Mime 'Vednesday"Thursday 28 211!:) grain which composed may\ be thickened of equal 1 parts with. of ground cornmeal Found What You Want 1.1

Titusville Friday 80 /'' ground oats nril middlings. and .

F' J. WEBB, Cocoa Saturday" ;:11{] give! them all the milk they, can drink. :::

Canaveral Tuesday April a 4: Scald all the food the llrst two weeks.! For A Homo, suppono' you take a trip down and nt our

A TTORYEY.A T-LA W, Blanks will be left at all the postof- After they are 3 days old! give them Fruit and Garden Lands the v I
along
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th flees In the county for the purpose of meat, chopped llin (or ground' meat).

Circuit. Taxes paid for nonresidentsand making returns. mixed lu their food I three times n week. .

rents and accounts collected. J. F. WOOTEX- Chopped grass, callmgt, veffftahle East Coast
Assessor clover and df
tops, hny chopped' steeped
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TITUSVILLJC, FKORIDA.
in water or any kind, of green food!
It is very hard stand Idly by and see "I Si may be given liberally. After the second ..
D. PENNEY, our dear ones suffer while awaiting\ the week cooked turnips nnd ground\ Settlers are (locking! In hut still there ls room. If you are

A, arrival of the doctor. An Albany (N. Y.)) .A grain will answer with n little. groundnieiit. looking this way, drop n line to '
dairymen called at a drug store there for
A TTORNEY.A T.L.W Keeil\ four times 1.In.V uut'l'
doctor. lo and hiM
clime ell rhild, then tell toI 3rd
A JAS. E. INGRAHAM Vlel'-l'rl"ddentl
very low with croup.' Not Uniting/ the they KO to nmr'ct. 6I
TITUSVH.MC, FI.OIIIDA. doctor, In, ha left word for him to como I If raised lu lucnlmtor*. feed them! In H.OUIDA EAST TOAST 1t's'r. \', +

Will practice In all\ the courts of the 7th on his return. He also Uonnlit u bottle little troughs, / to .nvotd! fonllit; the food..
Judicial Circuit. of Oh'iiTiliei !Kin's: ( Coiiifli Kmuaily! which They require plent.x 'nf lient In t Hie A UOU l'NE. FLA.

he hi"pod wotiM, give mime relief until\ I brooder, nt llr\ 't. but lifter, they are 4 __
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the .1"OI.III'lIh""I.IIII'lve., In a few hourshe weeks 1 old tll,'}' coilt0 will without It.
TAMES ANDREWS, returnodsaving/ the doctor need not dove them plehi0f'! drliiklug wilier milways 4(
its tho child I much better. The.
come. wan II lid lei I II be!> elein.rrcni LAN SYSTEM.Tlio
A TTOR EY-A T.L.\\V. ilruiririHiMr.: Otto Miolz, SIVII the family
i i ] .Inn. I to :Mny I Is only IM .
has' fciiice commonde l Chamberlain'sC"ugh
slain( office and P.O.
TiuiiArs
FLA. Remedy to their neighbors and. weeks nnd. ns the ,ducks. 1 nnit lily _. .
Office open at Ft. Pierce on ind and llli filumN\ unill. ho ban countint. demandfor enough for 1111 II'It Ill//:. n little time will) i ,

Fridays of each l month. It from that. pirt, of the country For FOB USING UP IUtU: ANT8. lie lost In that) ,111"( tloll. Then the
The Trunk Line from Florida to all pointNORTH EAST: SOUTH and WEST.
Notary Public State at Large. sale by druggist and m/edlcine dealers.Needle front. This may l'Ol'tl'Utlllotltlllg' more ducUs bully have In ,he dieted" to get
than a ronowcd ambition to emulate them Into proper c-oiiillltitu.. as iiinn.vmake Three IhiouKh I Mopping: Cur I.lnt'H to Eunt via. Clmiloxtori and Atluntlo' Coast f.lne.
1'lii'iiK tliroiiuli Sleeping Cur 1.111"11 to tho 1 II..tlln. Savnnnnh and Southern HallwuyTuo
the long, straight Hue from the bust the 11111'1111.If fee.llnthem too '
E. FOSTER 1'nper, tluoiiK" Mtiln g ('a- MIKIH to the Wont via :Montgomery ami L. A N. K. 11.
STEPHEN to the bom of the skirt or It be a |
may fll
tlieni t.
much lllln. thus having ton
Saxon makers of noodles drove England
/ Four Ihl'II Morplng( Car Linus to tho"t vln, Jrsup nnd .Southern Railway\
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, out of Brazil by wrapping theirRoods J premonition of long pointed waists and If this Is the ..n...... the! l bent course\ topursue One throiiKh Slipping Car Line to the \\'elltII" Monlfiomitry ami M. A. Ohio It. It.

In pink paper Intend. of blnC'k.Othl'r their ar'ompnnylnjtallnl"I'; \ ''. Is to feed them only oiiee a duly One ll.toiigh Miifplng, C'ni Line to tlioVciU Sitvaunuli, and, Southern Hallway

Rooms 420 and 42J: Gardner Duilding, fJernmns nro enteritis! ; to the The old Idea of curving In at the for a week Irate In the. \i-venln, on FORM[NO \ffllK UUKAT: THKOUUU CAR LINK.Tlio .

JACKSONVILLK:, FLA. fondiipm. of Russians for rod In their I waist line directly In front Is entirelyout some bulky fund such UH conked. turnips New YOI k rend ]o'lul'lol"Spoolllllu..1/ The Now York und Florida Limited.

,11'('''''. Frnnrp recently learned how of It this Benson, and everythingwhich with n small n lion mice of bran. Solid. vtmtlbnlo trains Htiiam! (boat, olt'clrlo lighted. ', with olmitrvatlon' compaitmont,

SAMUEL T. irAYi.ou, OOUDOX K.KUOO.ME.OIIAYLOR tnstrful preen. Is to n Chlnamnn. but can be done. In the way of Plenty of wnter should
&; BROOME It cost n /good. deal of money to make standing correctly In the mode of fitting however and ski uunIIIt mm lily be freely uie operated over the I'lnnt Myiitum. For Infoi'matloii write
the discovery. and special shaped cornets, to (0111.phnlze given. At the end or tlie. week! the
H. C. McFaddGnf
thin outline III not neglectedby ducks should be fed on cooked turnips, Iivlslonl'nssongerAgont.) :
ATTOUNEYS-AT-LAW. the who baa ambitionfor l.W' West Hay M., Astor lllock, Jacksonville\ Fla.,
woman any with more brnn, nnd some kind of animal
STATE OF OlltO CITY OFTOLEDO )
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Will practice In all\ the Courts of the LUCAS COUNTY J 5 *** Rtyllsh effect. All the curves are food, such ns J1'o\lnlluwllt\ fresh B. W. Wrenn I'assougueTeatlloManager, Savannah, Ua.'

State. Office In Law Exchange. FRANK- j. CIIK.NKY makes oath that he properly relegated to the back nnd meat from the butcher This may begiven ____ __. _.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Is the senior( partner, of the firm of F. J. hips und If they are perfect from twice a day. but If they begin to n '

CHUNKY: & Co., doing business in (the fashion's standpoint they are not at lay feed! them three times day. It Is.

W. ALLEN City of Toledo County and State all pronounced but just enough to best to endeavor to separate tho layers 1 1
GEORGE aforeKP.id, and that stld firm will pay give a graceful outline. from the nonlnyers' until they are lay.
the of ONE 1IUNDUKU DOLLARS
sum The skirt with n box plait In the lug r..gullll'IJ'Iway" mix their soft
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, for each and every. case of Catarrh that,
back is especially desirable for even- food with IIld 111 111 lilt. If It IH plentiful
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cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S I
KEY WEST, FLORIDA. CATAUKII CUUK. Ing crowns and n fan shaped plaiting and line JeI'oUlIIII/ tR. bran or chop\ In ,

Will practice In the United States FRANK: J. CHENEY.!: for gauze or net Inserted. nt either side l preference to corn or ('OI'IIU1'al.I In order

and State Courts. 0jun03;! Sworn to before me and subscribed. In of this plait from the knee down gives to ,nvold. milking them too fat.-

my ')presence this GUI d.yof December. the train a very pretty flare. Poultry Keeper.
A. 1). 181. Humors and shadows of gathered. /
i iof
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O. FRIES, C. E. --r-rtI
J .0 skirts have been around for
floating
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\ SEAL I A. W. OLEASON f
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land f 1 Public. some time and they have materialized! '''' !
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legally surveyed and sub-divided. Hall's Catarrh, Cure Is taken internallyand already among the gauzy evening I falnl I' 1 1L
gowns. Some of the latest models I ..I 11 7 i l# J I '
done. Estimates tut acts directly on the blood and mucous 1
Mapping
/ neatly
surfaces of the system. Send for show the gathered skirts but so far '
all kinds of engineering works. Disputed testimonials, free. they are chiefly confined to evening Danger t

1 lines a speci.Uty. F. J. CHENEY Jk CO., Toledo, O. dresses.A -

TITUSVILT.K, Brevard Co., FLORIDA.DIi 337" Sold by Druggists, ".*ic. pretty model shown for a theater 1 --v --5- .. .
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Hall's Family Tills are the best. waist Is a useful one for using up rem- --- .... .i/.i.h-/
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HOUGHTON'S veioj.," 't'f" i.\.' -' J
-Honest man or woman to travel Jo1I....,.,. i, .' ,; ,1&).: ]
WANTED _
IIIMIHD; salary $11I monthly and

FLOATING :DENTAL APARTMENTS enrlni ex' ,enee..e palf-aililrnHHml, with Increase ptmnmMl; "position envelobe.permanent I Signals I The matron of a well known Masonic! Home mentions one Inmate:

on the (Dentos) MAI4AGIER,3JOCartonbulidingG 1 seventy years of age, who has been in the infirmary for three years,

AT.'PAL a great sufferer from indigestion, and has been taking Ripans Tab-
Now BEACH.
[ Free to
.. theRuptured.: ules about a year and a half and finds! them so beneficial that he Is
Do you take cold with
without them. He is willing that his name should be used in '
The Largest and Most Com- Dr. AV. S. Rice tlicJWelMciiowii every change In the never {

plete Establishment South. Authority sends n trial of his weather? Does your throat a testimonial as it might be of use! in persuading some other person

Famous" Remedy Free. rya feel raw ? And do sharp to try them. A second old gentleman, in tbe same institution ,
GEO. HACKER & SON.
S
pains dart through your '
eighty-four( years of age, has had liver trouble for many years and
Anyone Can :Now Cure Themaelveiint Home chest?
finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him much. They also have twe
I Without I'Hln. Hanger, Operation. Oran Don't you know these are very i

5513 Hour' Lou of Time front Work. O! danger signals which pointto nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer

I ( To the who thoimnmU are torturing upon. thousand themselves of with rtiptiiradpeople .t."... pneumonia, bronchitis, or from indigestion! causing headache depression! of spirits and nerve

e. and In momen.ary danger of death from' consumption Itself?
itranitulatlnnMtr. W. B. lace 110 Main Street usness.! They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they

Allan)*. N. Y., will MM d free to all a trial. or lit. If you are ailing and have have in their The matron also states '
'@ rMANUFACTURERS "I'O: method; that ha Raved' ao man'live. and:I lost flesh lately they are always a package pockets.
( many men, women and chlMren well and tlavs suffers with I''
ami! mronir, and permanently cured of old anddlmcnlt certainly danger signals. The that she is forty-five years of age at indigestion

rupture. l>o not be backward about for to decide Is and of belcWng and finds that tW I
writing for a free. trial. It will com you nothingand question you causing! pain paroxysms ,
will enable you to nee how easily. you can ""Have the vitality to throwoff Tabules good indeed and Is perfectly willing to haM her
pureyoumeirin a rerynhort time without being are very
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An hour from work. l>r, Rice I I. determined that: these disease.? I
used in testimonial. !
DVery niirerlnic man or woman shall know the SCOTT'S name A *
Don't walt to
wonderful truth that be cnreil, and try
rupture can
he therefore !jtennrounly' "annuls prepaid' by mall EMULSION .. a last re- _&If'I'tU <<_ ""-"awe _.._. ..-" .. '
OF his method,absolutely' free, and you can a r::::=:-.I ..5..r..r. :::. :... -= ;
free trial I of: It. Write to-cluy without: tke.* sort." There Is no remedy .rai.'w W..na..w.... _..... ___...... __ -
Doors Sash Blinds, you cannot alford to mint thin I ree and generous equal to It for fortifying the "
after. ______ --_.

Moulding & Building Material. 11[..O. NII""n.ol" Rogn Minn., hail two very system. Prevention Is easy. ("HOW/ TO DO BUSINESS Choice l?I
bad. icrotal rupture., both of which he cured ,
I permanently at hi* home without differing. any VABIBTY: .OF SLBRVEfl.: : Scott'sEmulsion WlnosLiquors
pain or liming and time from work. He lined the I on TH.
Office & Warerooms King opposite ramou* Rice method and cay of It t "Thin wonderful cants, as the Jacket can be of one material II I and Cigars !
Street.Charleston Secret of Snccess inRetalI| Merchandising
Cannon homecnre bait proven to 1x9 to that could the draped front sash and
.be de.lre. I am fully cured! of two had. wrotal upper Guaranteed Pure.
S. C. raptures. and am very grateful to Dr. Rice for sleeve of another and the lower sleeve : : -Ity OEO. N. MCLEAN
having Invented aiirn. a (iod-.end. I e all .Til* Mont('<>mpreli..nnlv., prwtloitl. and l Va'ahl" ',,- Sold at reduced
of jetted lace. Crepe do chine and ,
.puople who are ruptured will n...e It Pen.l your | | Treatise on Hn.lti<>se,and Jlow to aI..".".... d
name and a.. W. 8. Rice Tin Main heavy lace for the bolero la a great : prevents consumption and : fully IMI I It,ever ""hIlNh.lft. price
Sash Weights Cord and HI.. claim, N. Y., and he will gladly aend you a combination. Scarfs with fringed ends hosts of other diseases which A text book ol practical hint., mill and us.ample. ImportedTokay
Free trial with full In4tructlonx as to how you |, .. 01'h rare value that everyone, nn matter I
<
.ran quickly and eaxlly cure. youjxelf at hme. are very popular for evening gowns of attack the weak and those haw old, and 1 0itimrl' nnml. 'allnot hut il rlr4ahwiluM Wine,
Write tolay. Don't wait. If yon .begin! now all kind Lace fichus for house and l positive value From Ita UtuMnuwhll *-- from y)
Hardware. fan will be cured"toiind sa a dollar before spring gown I with poor blood. Ui the yunntf novice It I. "b.ncI b<..,1I and l ltrxuiiira Italy.
work begin are quite tbe thing In black or white. SCO IT'S EMULSION U of liiill.|,nM..M. valii. .
:W Oraml Cliapuin. AKnnt: WanUi.l. full. John B.
Togni
Window and Fancy Glass Evening sleeves are a diversified appendage I the one standard remedy for Agent...1.lIc. liKrliiillfiB, the ''4 I> BO YEARS' which range In size from a 4 o f '1. lumlt will ft every .en.........].... la all Metropolitan Saloon *123 East
St.
Inflamed throats and lungs, Bay ,
AddressJEEPP.ItSUY
A (SPECIALTY. EXPERIENCE mere strap over the shoulder to the line. rout1.1nnreiIptof' aj

I limit of full length according to the : for colds, bronchitis and con- 31110earbor.. Street, JACK: HON.Clilia: <), III. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA l .

I I New York Sun. from which these II- sumption. It Is a food medicine _. Wholesale Mini Jtal"I1......

., pt : of remarkable A --
power.
lustrations and Item of latest fashions f

VirginiaHomesYou are gleaned. food, because It nourishes the yrAY'fEir BEvVflAL PVIUONa! rK
trlut Oltliw MunuKer I.. thin state to reicrenone
body ; and a medicine because m. in their own anil mirronndlnircnnntlHi t
Caboandrtl Wraith. i It corrects diseased 1 ;J I'I'JI'& Willing!: to pay yearly fnuu, |>ayal>lnweekly # .
C'' MARK .lHtalral l,
Tit oe The London capitalist wan seated at inploynient with unimualiipportiinltlaa. '.1 I
learn all about Virginia Lands, DCSICNSCOPYRIGHTS conditions. I lufer..ncm ."chanlJ".I.! *:.n.'lo. ..n ..
Ac. his desk with a number or mechanical selfa.llre.se.l 'Am..1 l envelope. 8. A. nark
its resources, products, mode of cul- ......'_ill draggbu. bmCsxpm lIulloll.. .(J h' .
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.. C a ..1." ar d d' ""! "tlon may drawings and sheets 6f paper 1 covered .. yx.! SEEDS ''.11: '
tlratlon, prices etc., by reading the fI"A"., .,,. ,. ,rr.to''. n fro" t w'i<...lh' .r,'"an.. with figure before him. SCOTT BOWNE,Ch.mtat,New York )

Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. .11".n'''''"roses' n, oar. .'>ii.,..I'.I''HMinau "Planning another railway asked i Marriage i I)aper.'u..n.BEn. "?

for 3 months subscription to the .";tJl; >;;.i'; '' ;.l.tfii.C.lrpjrta the visitor.' < grow, paying crops bacaxu they'refreetl 1 T"o..n of. "" ,."1..... to ..1.e
.tW aatbaCo -- --- and alwaye She he.tt Cur ] "fv lF from Wealltar ''' ''. lDlmdu
l.. <.. {lv t. .a. --- (p.. '
Farmer Co. Emporla Va. o "No. Railways seem rather small to EVEKAI. PERSONS Foil lJl30( .. .. ;;..rf tiara formal sal. ........1. JUG mort
XtrAVrKU: .. .... Kafua.nbetltattil.
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Scientific }1in4ricall.A me. I've been reading about the movements VV trlct .till... M.tiwKn In tbl. elate to mpnwnt ."a' >! f. iol *>mpl! eupir Jv.
m. In their own and lurrnundlnftmantlM. BUck to Kerry'. Seed. and prosper j : ..>V i' SQCIAtAMERICA5T.I.dethl; ,.
hmdanme a .,,0I.t4 ........111... J srewt. ere.minrsl'ij .. of tbe army In South Africa. Willing to pay J earl,. "">. P..,.blwmltlr WOO ftoe<) Annual fre*. Writ for It. j .
WA 'TED-lIoDeflt man or woman to travel ...nuta'1I.. Ml all nsw' u.all.4l What I'd like to have, more than anything iMnlralilo Rinplnynuinl with nominalopportunism. (]ifcatBlgMdi 1. .CAMOI.Fr..e-'* 1 IaLLdtp.reni I
large house; salary $ B monthly and al KnrloMMiirHuMnwiml 0. M. FCRMV CO.. Oetrort. Mlek. ..apupnn
tttmnc axcbangod.
."rewltb Increase; poaltlon permanent CO 30lero.d..T. New York elA Is a ferryboat line across the .campa" envelop. B.' A. Part, .. 11 _,..'"**. lens vp,u rmw>iitf i .. t.ir '.......... I
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; enrlnMl Mlf-adilreeMtd. .tanlpml. encelupe.HAyAOER rtlUfm Tugela rlTer."-Washington Star. KM Coma Hulldlnic: Cblcw ...M...".Iv. Uunwu 14 bt. CUJf: '&&..Tototlo C
,330 Caxton building,Cblcago. $r.och ,,"" _d74 F lit..Wa.blo.loe U

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE +- RECIPROCITY.- Indian River Real Estate Agenci

The biblical aphorism that no
I AWBCKLV JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE DBVBOPHBlfT man liveth unto himself is a truism I II 641'IN6
+ Off TUB INDIAN RIVER, LAKE centuries TIT USVILLE FLA.YOU
that has stood the test of Ito", 1I1.4 .
WORTH AND B1HOAYNB BAY ssovtoNII.I
Like a cube it always presents the POWDER
I viewed from
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. same surface, any; PURE would do well If you have property to sell and want It advertised
angle. The proposition is a self I paper, free of cost to you, and put In the bands of live men, to( write at (meet this
CI..BLES II. WALTON, Editor & rroprleto evident one, containing the practical Makes the food delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public
experience of ages. If the< more :nr- Many gales will probably be made this winter by thin Agency. \\ln. w
Discontinuance of advts. must be made per- proposition is true of individuals, MOVAI 0AMINQ' POWers 00..NOW V"".. yours.

onally at this ollloe or by writing./ it certainly must be true of nations, .__. _- PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10,00,
-- ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00(( to $20.00 per acre
Check,etc.,may be made payable to CHARM The American Indian shut up In I I CIRCUIT COURT OF THE BKVKNTII: 3V- Beautiful tract, 120: acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of Eau
and
B. WALTON,puhllMher and proprietor the wilds of an undiscovered continent Shoemaking, llepalring. IN .. Circuit of Florida, In and for Urevard Oallie; first-class for oranges pineapples and vegetables. Price, $1,000.
was as effectually dead tall < All kinds of repaiilng attended County. ORANGE GROVE, U acres, BO miles south of TJtusvllle. Will pay $1 lgo<, tbla
Address all communications to and forces promptly Now Haven Banking Com- year arid $2,000; next. Price, 7000.
civilizing moralizing to by William Uansett, Hopkins Corporation,
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, pany a HAMMOCK LANDS near Titusville, from $5 to( $25 per acre.
TITUIVILLK FLORIDA. as though they had not lived. China street, (hear Ilouknlght't boarding' house), Joseph P.-VB-Brown a* Ad- One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2T miles west of Tltusvillo, good for
and Japan, barricaded against the TitUHVille, :Fla. mlnlHtrator of the Estate pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $>r/>0.00.
of Robert Morrow, deceuneii. -
rest of the world, wero in precisely .
+'1 U. 8. epiirtnieiit of Agriculture A Beautiful and Valuable Home -- =
the some condition as! the Indian ; To J.A.J. Wagoner, of Lynchburg Tennessee:
Weather lliirenu-Jupiter, Fla, neither giving or receiving any of for Sale at a nnrgaln, The affidavit of the attorney for the complainant -,
having been filed in thl cane. stating that Jas. :B. Bours:
I The following is a comparative statement the influences engendered from At MIcco, on Indian river, Fla., consisting yon were a n"n-r,,gltleut of tile State of Florida I,
of temperature and rainfall for the social and mercantile touch with I of lot acres, n well built, two- ordered and over that twenty-one I and years appt-ar of ale!:In, the eta..above It In
week ending Tuesday, Mar. 13, 1000. other countries. The reciprocal 'story house, 7 rooms; a two-story store entitled. cause,tl"h Clerk's: : Office of this I :E3ay: : G-ra1n. ::F'Iee L Flour
f -li)0( )- -1BUO:! of trade and building/ 18x32ft., handsome front lawn, Court,In Tltusvllle Florida,upon' the ,
1 DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX MIN relations interchangeof shaded by palm trees; 'a :1)00)( foot dock; SEVENTH DAY OF MAY, A. I). 1000,
SEED MEAL. NEW
MEAL AND COTTON GARDEN-
II 77 01 78 72 ideas among orations are almost 2.:->0 budded orange, tangerine and grapefruit and that you answer such bill In due ooiime, GRITS,
15 77 62 78 70( as ancient as the origin of man. trees; 150 sour trees, ready to bud- otherwise confeHHOd.It the. same will be taken attains you SEED ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME.
j. rl 16 72 62 82 67 Thousands of years before the lo- f>00( young nursery stock; artesian well: It in directed that thin order be published
17 117 r.5; 78 IIR 1,200 feet galvanized pipe distributedover with a* little delay an may l>a In the LMMANKIVBH Mineral Ash kills all kinds of Insects Harmless
I' comotiva had killed its first cow ADVOCATE, ubaohedatTitesv111eFiorIda I Agent for Gray ; to man 01:
4 18 71 02 78 70() place; 1 acre wood shed for pineapples weeks;
week for consecutive
I ;, 19 70 05; 83: WI i!) the dromedaries of Egypt, loaded ; u few hundred Porto Rico pine that a once pojiy a of this order tour be mailed to the eahi.I beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Heal for stock and poultry. Write forquotatloni
Y' 20 82 08 68 62 with all kinds of oriental merchandise apple plants; railroad station on west A.J. wagoner; ,at Lynchbtirff Tennessee and Lowest cash prices.
Total rainfall for the week: 1.40. had crossed the deserts in the line of this place; tramway running to another of copy Hrevnrd be, pouted County on within the Court twenty Homedoor day
i Departure from normal rainfall for the Interest of traffic ; and tbe Egyp- river front on the oast.- This place to be from the date heron[. Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
appreciated must be seen.The very Done and ordered at the Clerk's Office atTltnnllle
from week:normal plus .07\rainfall Inches I since January Departure 1, tians, mingling with other' natlo 8,, handsomest place on the river. The 1900. Florida, this 20th day of March, A.1) ---- -. ---" .. -
IL' and absorbed land is of the' best hammock.
plus 1.88 Inches. unconsciously gave Orange --) A. A.8TBWART.:
,' HA i,. P. HAKDIX, Observer certain influences that. went fat trees nearly all In bearing now. REAL_J I Clerk) By Joan Circuit HKNHY Court., D.C. CHAS. N., WELSHANS
D. L. OAUI.DKN ,
Apply to Atty.
.. towards promoting a better civili Robbins & Graham
Titusville Fla.)
mar23-4w
for".Tlalntlu
Attorneys
zation. Then, on the other hand,,

I campaign THE rumblings can be distinctly of the coming heard, I Egypt began to fade when her ,. CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
Alexandrian sages ceased to go I ,,
i4 Soon the voice of the orator will be
abroad In search of wisdom and A
r heard in the land. her merchants and huebandmen Agent for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.

adopted the exclusive policy and I
FLORIDA has experienced a most shut thejuselvea up to their own //.r: Write for Samples and Prices. I
tlelghtful winter-juet cool enough resources. '
cold Magnificent Old 'Phone 8. )jut 218 E Bay Street,
v' to be bracing and not too for From history we derive many

I oranges, bananas! and other tropi. Important object 'lesson, and none JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

I, cal fruits. It is to be )hoped that more so than that of international o -- .

next winter will be a duplicate of affiliation. The decadence of a e

the one that has just passed. nation begins when a broad and Range. & Baker
liberal policy i is abandoned favorof ; MeMurray

EVIDENTLY the ;Transvaal war is a narrow and selfish one. England I ,

nearly at an end. The British and the Transvaal are fair
have been victorious for the past illustrations[ of this thought. Oneis \ t 220 and 222 East: Bay St. Mohawk Block. Jacksonville, Fla. ii

few weeks!!! \\ every engagement, powerful in her commercial( relations Of Men's Fine Headquarters for-
and when, their forces reach Praetor broad and liberal in her

i a the struggle will more than policy and indefatigable in her AbsolutelyAllWool Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles

likely terminate. Then will pros forts( to civilize and better the Ji,

perity and freedom smile again condition of her colonies. The Suits at and Sundries.

upon the land. latter is exclusive, selfish in its attitude -

toward all those.who are not "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on you wheels

THE Quay case has.been! set fora Dutch ; unjustly discriminate in

final hearing on Tuesday, April the taxation of foreigners and consequently $7.50 $8,50 and $10. h : at short notice.

3rd. We are in hopes that our backward in all "the requisites -- _
"thijrd Senator" will come out all that go to make up a proressive -

all right. Senator Quay is an ardent and enlightened govern. HAMMOND PACKING CO.

admirer of Florida, and con nent. If left to themselves it The Choicest Fabrics of every conceivable pattern, (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.)

sequently the people of Florida would simply be question of time Tailoring of the most, dependable character throughout OUR SPECIALTIES :
have a warm place in their hearts is! to when they would lapse into a
,{ for Mr. Quay. Success to him. tate of semi-barbarism. -Could not be otherwise, as they are the productions "Coin Special"| hams and breakfast bacon

These cogent facts are lost sightof of the best and largest manufacturers in the rountry."We "Coin Special" canned meats.

I r TAYLOR, of Kentucky, has appliedto by many who urge that these lay special' stress on the style and perfect fit of "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.

the President for aid in securing people should be left alone and these Suits. Feature in themselves that make the ..,. "Calumet" leaf lard.

the Governorship of that State. that all foreigners should be Is exelled the:. suits the greatest values ever offered at any where Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .
> from that region.
Dir McKinley will hardly interfere
with policy a wise one? Further than near these prices. compound lard sausages
State politics. It would be
very foolish to do so when the hat, Is' it right? Would we abridge and all Tacking House Products. Florida Branch : JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

people of that section have the laws the right of a man to go where he LATEST NEGLIGEE, --_._----- -
of the state uphold them in what pleases and, Within legal bounds,

ii they have conceived to be right. do what he pleases? We think Spring-Style and all latest WILLIAM CLARKE SANITtLRJM.

tk Law and not military force should I not ; It would be contrary to our ....
govern in this matter. I principles and repulsive to every HATS, CAPS '." + .i U Styles InFINE '.
i element of righteous government. Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Hoofing, Sheet

FLATTERERS are an Inevitable Then why advocate the doctrine and SHOES. 't _# V SHIRTS Iron Work, Pumps and Drain FJpe) Bath Tubs, Water Closets
for others? Reciprocity or we
class of people. Their gushing i and Wash Stands. Copper .vessels of all. kinds! and
relation of
of might say the fiduciary\ You can see them In our windows, but we would much prefer descriptions re-tinned.
expressions: regard may or may nations is essential to the world'sprogress
i;S r not be the result of sincere admiration and is the only force that that you step,Inside and examine them more closely.

l' hence we attach no importance bind it in 37 St.
can ultimately together Forsyth Jacksonville Florida
i'l ii' to them ; but on the other hand we and ties Goodness !r! ,
i have the smallest affection for the strong fraternal You Will Be Surprised At Their

man who never extends 1co'mp1l. GROW ORANGES.

ment, ,however but hides well himself it may behind be deserved a. AdvitntHue of the MrFnrlnnd Tent. Our lines of Men's Furnishings!!, Hats, and Caps in all the new TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.

coarse and talo! indliference. A It Is often repeated that he is n benefactor designs, Men's Women's and Children's Shoes, are always complete

z word who causes' two blades of grass to the standard of good grades.. ,
quiet of praise sincerely spoken grow whoroone grew before. How much ,and up to

has saved many u man from more then of a benefit to his fellows la to Yours, to Serve, Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
Always ready please, we are, ,
of ,
despair.FOR ho who is the means two orange groves
being; set out and cultivated where one Kilt I .
!grove was All that remained of a once
the professional politicianwe curtailing industry. A striking instance Eagle Clothing Store Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick......
must confess no very high re- or this kind of philanthropy occurs at
gard. Deep down in our hearts Enterprise, In Volusla county Before
we have had a lurking suspicion the freeze orange It had groves some lo of the the State.most But famous -; Opposite the bank, Titusville. Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone Xo. :262.!

that his love for us wan not as they wore all abandoned. Otto II. Voss, ------- J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.
sincere as his patent smile would a former resident of Titusville, went to GIBBENS
indicate. He is an unknown quantity work,however,and set out a fine grove at T. D. -
his place near Enterprise. lie made arrangements -
I and cannot he depended on in to have his trees covered .O.L.

an emergency. It is our delight, with the McFurland tents. As a consequence ... KEENE...
however, to honor the man who has his trees went safely through tho HAY GRAIN FLOUR, GRITS, MEAL, BRAN;, COTTON SEED
,
won distinction on the politicalfield freezes which killed his neighbor; treesto Dress Goods
bank and In-full bloom, Trimmings Notions
Millinery
the are now
because of his integrity; and) ants with the promise of a fine crop of Meal: Middlings, etc.etc. ,
elllciency. Such ti man will .
alwaysbe
recognized for his intrinsic fruit.Mr. II.M. Lyttle, the owner of the once Depository (for Cumberland Mills Flour Grits and Meal. Laces, Gloves, Umbrellas, Art Goods Hosiery, Corsets.

worth, and political preferment will famous Hotline grove, at Enterprise, ,
time 9100,000, happened Prompt attention to all
come to him without unusual effort which sold at one paid orders.
YOBS' place, and was
to Celebrated CANOPY patent flour
fl\lIlIMr. for the
his .
on Agent
part.ACCORDING of bin trees. Ho f
truck
wi
This is one of the oldest and most reliable houses latest
In
the
lighted, and when he found that under Get my Price List. To Dealers only. Jacksonville. All
the protection of the MoKnrland tent, Patterns (land Style.
_
to Hon. F. M. lien. citrus: fruits could be grown with absolute D. IEEEIrS: : :: :::: 101 West Jay Street, corner or Laura .
dry, of Leo county, It is the white safety, lie made a contract with the z-I JACKSONVILLE, Fr.I ..\

man, and not the Indian, that is owner to net out at once three hundred Office and Warehouses near the Viaduct. __ -
the great destroyer of game. We trees In the deserted Hotline grove, andrdered ::
FLORIDA.
number of the McFar- JACKSONVILLE -
have been an equal
always under that Im- land tents with which to cover them. ._ -- .--. -------- .- EIJEWEtED.
-- --
---
presslon. Wherever the Indian \Ir. Iyttln' glowing; account of the ap- ---- ESTABLISHED 18 16. WATCHES CLOCKS
has hold sway! game can, for awhile, earance of Mr. Vo.' trees enlisted the ,
be found in of \ who also conte 111.
abundance ; but disappear nterest Mr. DeOary

quickly when white men settlein plates Griffin renewing Bros of his Jacksonville once famous and grove Mao-' W::=_ ..A.SOoES c CO. races Jewelry D iamon ds,

the same neighborhood. The have received order for the immediate ,
clenny an t
k Indian never kills more than he delivery of Mr. I.yttle's trees. ._wGRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS. 'lt j Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Present,
can consume, while his The Voss grove has been one of the ? Walthara
superior h( ) :1 0. vvjrX4 Watches, etc.
''j leading attractions to the guests of the FLORIDA.We -
white brother continues to shoot there daily e East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE /I* I fi I -
Brock House, who drive out
'I as long as! there is a hide or feather to look at the beautiful trees and inhale handle only the beat and mOAt reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay t YoyE&wr Fll WATCH and JEWELRT REPAIRInG
anddark *
in sight. The western plains would the fragrance of the orange blossoms. Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits. Meal, Cotton Seed Meal both bright :
i have been full of buffalo to-day, if Tripe have also been made from Sauford at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co. A SPECIALTY.
the whites had followed the exam by parties Interested la orange growing, Star Brand F.rtllli"r -OuanuittMd. Anal'j l., Orange tree and Vegetable. Fertilizer fert1ltn Van Ground Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charge paid one'way. R. J. RILES,
I Kalnlt, 41"' The M have no
of tent Potash Sulphate Potash
to MurlaMof
investigate the advantage pro- Bone.Nitrate 804*
pIe of the red men. ectlon. mperlor In Ute market,and a trial will ooD.10.,.. Bend for Catalog f ra.. 225 W. Bay St., xsoiTTIUJt, Y-









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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE MARCH 2S: 1DOO. 5 : 41i<

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( If it were not the HEIST, does Ormond. COKltKNrONUKNCK INVITKP. STENCILS: FUKNI91IEIMcCOMB >. .t

FER TILIZERS.. t.
anyone suppose
JIll'", Wm. II. frlocum, jr., and Mis. F.
B. Austin, are at the Oimond again & CO.j;

Miss Crossman. and ;Mrs Edgar M. Use our Pineapple Brand if you want to meet .}
of ,
Cairaiok Brooklyn, N. Y., are at the
S"U1VI I ER..S
Ormond. with success. 000 "VV"nshJ.n.g1cn:1; : Stt.; Now Yc>r11!... !'t(

Mr.\ and Mrs Ed. A. Stunner of Detroit ,. '
have been visiting friends at the .Make] of. 'H
u Specialty '
Oimond.II. .. .. ,

T. Whitin, of Whittnsvllle Mass., *
GUARANTEED ANALYSIS
has joined his wife and children at the : t

4 X Ormond. Ammonia ..... ........................... .. ...... .. .. ....... .......... 4 to B |.*r ront.AvalUliln .BEANS. j
a rhoephorlo Aolil .. .......... ........ ....... .. .. ... ... ... ............. e to T per. .....t. h
Mr. and Mrs.. Benson Gillls and Miss l>ota..hKiO.... ...... .. ............ .. ............,....... .. ...... .. ............. ... 8 to \\I per(' t.Largest .

Gaylord, of Detroit, are at the Ormondfor Price $30.00 PER TON, F. O. B. JACKSONVILLE, $1 t i
a week. I

Mr. and Mrs G. S. Baxter, of Xew Favor 'itll of "
us a part shipments
York have: arrived at the Ormond for a your ) .

WOULD BRING ANY BETTER; week or two. I ,
We won't ask you to continue If others beat us. i
Mrs C. E. Holland/ and Miss Carr, old i dealers in fertilizing material in

PRICE THAN OTIICK !guests are at the Ormond for remainderof ;


Mrs.the season.II. S. Griswold and Mrs. Chan. 1'. i' the State. f:1:

:J3: 'U T "X' E :R. Stetson, of Bangor, Me.z old guests, have Photo Supply C o

returned to the Ormond. ..-- .. .

Mr. and Mrs W. II. Jones of Colum-
bus, 0., are guests of the Ormond for All Correspondence cheerfully aiiH\\orecl.
the balance of the season. "'.%.4rc>U. p4 :: lLuV l 11111 u Tvo!
Jupiter.Frank .
Quite a number of guests attended the MT- Write for Special Pamphlet. The oply liouso In FlorldatlovotingIts. time to that r ('
dance at the Oimond on Saturday night. ,
McCurdy spent Saturday atMiami. Titusville was also represented.A. K AMATKUU. j jOUR : '

R. Hillyer, and the Misses]\ Hillyer LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. SPECIALTY-Developing! / and Printing..
lIIr Pennlngton/ Kitchlng la visiting of Hartford Conn., have been spending I'' .

her daughter. Mrs. Jones, at. West Palm a couple of weeks or so1 at. the Oimond.Mr. Give us n trial. No trouble to answer questions.

Beach. A and Mrs Geo. F. Duncan of Port- J'acksoriville: ,. Florida.: '. 01 King; Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. A

W. L. Widmyer Is In Key West on bus land, Me., have been enjoying: a visit to .
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iness. He will return the later part of the Ormond during the past two weeks. -- tl

this week. Rev. J. T. Ilttntlngton, after enjoyinga Melbourne. Georgiana.Capt. Bovine. Eau Gallic.

County Superintendent of Public Instruction visit at the Oimond of a week or so, -

Z. T. Merrlt, was here-Monday Conn.has returned to his home at Hartford Angel was In town, Monday. Clnddlo Stewart Is out hog hunting ])1'. llrovt way the guest of Mrs. Treut- .f
on official business.Mrs. with Stewart this. week her, over Sunday
GOODS X OnODIt.-It Estate ft nil Loans. Eugene/ : ,
A vent for .Etna' London and I.lvvrjiool. and C. T. McCarty, coin Ankona, made: a '
E. B. King returned from Mrs. G. B. Maus and Miss Maus of !
Sunday (Olobe and Imperial Fire Innuraniie. spaniel' short visit to see his sister Mrs. Uitld- Last. ,Sunday Gene Klnnlard wait out The Silver King arrived, Saturday,. .
Palm Beach where she has been spend. Erie, Pa., stopped over at Ormond a attention pam to the interests at non re.I- win, last Wednesday. In llovlne with his newly purchased from Palm liencli. I
ing several days visiting friends. week or so on their return from Palm danU.
team W. H. IT. OloitRon has returned from t'
Beach. It was Rev James C. Sullivan 'n
Josh Smith of Gomez was here Sat- :Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE lied who vis- Tom) Snell Is tired <>f the mull contractto business trip to Jacksonville I
:
urday and Sunday en route to his truck Mrs. J. D. Price, who has been suffering our place last week, nnd not John Havngo/ and nay ho Is not bidding< : for
; the pink of the East Coast, will be L.
farm down In the Snake creek country. i i from an attack of la grippe, is around received at paper the Melbourne Postofllce. Sullivan as repotted.Mrs. the four yuar tonn. Mrs' Chas C Converse I I" visiting hr'Itllll..r. )

aJtalnl much to the pleasure of her many Davidson and daughter lends Mrs. Urnnloid, IhU week.
The steamer Silver King Capt. and The whole HIIIIminding country Is under
Mrs. J. W. Nesbitt with a party aboard, friends. Peek returned home of Mr. }'e\Jk. arrived last week, and atestopping water. It wits never known before Tax assessor J, F. Wootcn of Cocoa,,
stopped over here on Friday oa return Thomas J. Sham ley and wife of New from Dr.his trip to Jacksonville.<< on Monday, with Mr. Lymllll.Capt. at this time of the year was a pleasant visitor In town, Friday

trip to Eau Gallle from.Lake Worth. York, owners of the famous Shamley Symmonds and family returned, Noel Mitchell left here Mnntiayon
Next Sunday Miss Smile Knoll and tho
restaurants, are enjoying the hospitalities -I Mr. and Mrs. Yates, of Kansas City, Monday from their ,
I down
trip the river tho steamer, Subiistlan+ for a short visit
The Editor \ Jessioand
will Misses Claudia McMillan will
please accept our of the Ormond. Mo., arrived I at the Hotel Carleton, Mon\ In their now sail boat. They 111'111' good nt 1'nlni Heath.
thanks for the ADVOCATE'S: Stamp Book day. time. start: for the Luke City college
and Calendar and the Table of Distances. John A. Merritt and wife, and Mrs. J. The sloop, Slioel )hunt was mooted
both P. Chapman of D. (J. Com! ]<'. C. Hewitt and Capt: ;Martin[ Mrs. Rower of The mall route will probably be changed { q
They are pretty and useful. If the Washington are Ocoitnus on her way back to liiilil It U much tho railroad ,I"ok. Tuesday' and Wednesday << I
gentleman from Tennessee had these lie at the Ormond. Mr. Merritt Is the postmaster left here last Saturday, for a cruise down homo from Cocoa, stopped over night Bovine than' Eau, n"Gallle and nearer better to with quito a collection of curios

would have always known, "where he was at Washington. the coast. with )1 re. A. J.. Dinner, F'I'I.lay.Ir.( ; u
llninor rum te. 1111'". Warner who has been "t..ltllljt"Mr.
at. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rieneison, Miss Messrs O. E. Tavntor and Dnvld Bon- took her Hcross Hananii rlvor, E''
nndMiH. J. W. Merrill I nt Tropic,
Satunlay:: John O.lmmonH': wife nnd '
Miss Fay Van Deman one of Jackson- Kate C. Howell and maid and W. A.BeckwUh |lam In, were pleasant visitors to our town morning/ to OcaamiH.Mis sick lust danglitni, the pant motuh, left, Monday, for her
,
Muniliy. ICngpnoStewnii
were "
ville's most beautiful, and accomplished of Cincinnati are spending, a this week. WeliHler and daughter, who are verv took the, mull to Euu Gallle for home at Kansas City: btu
young ladies Is visiting Mrs. Mngill./ She few days at the Oimond. Mr. amll1l1.... George/ Stephenloft here I stopping with A, A. lUUIwln. went down III Simmons ,
r. Mis. A. S. Hot ford Nesbitt amt
will remain here until sometime In to Palm Hunch I I last week' for few Capt. ,
Aprilin II
Mrs. C. E.Longley Miss Longley Master Wednesday. !or Miami and I'ulin Beach ilitys.
/ Monnis. Wlllhliti.' Taylor IIn.llt. P. I'ud-
order Mr. Webster T.imt Find. Houston. nnd Jim
to act Sunday
as maid of honor to Miss but will poifoned to star at Sir.
Longley and Miss Breihant of Providence ret it in soon. dlnuii attended. .lliu diinco at Melbourne
McConnell, Mrs.. Magill's sister, who will Baldwin's and enjoy the home-like comforts Ileudeixon 1I1'l'cllho WIIUdtllll.tllIlI.1 tliolr ,
be married in that month K time I., are a the pleasant Oimond.patty spending The dance at Hotel Carleton, last Tuos- that he duds. lu thin pleasant and places, and killed two very large radio Ttiomlay Mr. Pomcroy! furnished thus
some at day evening /given by the Missus Crufiit happy family. IIIUk"M."t1 they were running ftoiu the inunlo.

Ex-President Cleveland Col. Dan La- Dr. II. Huntington, of New York, Is and Starr was a most delightful/ affair. Ii.ru. Tho attendance. nt tho Euchre Club,
Quito a number of
mont and
Mr. E. C. Benedict arrived our people disappointed -
were -------
having such an enjoyable time at the last Tiiendiiy evening was small but
A social dunce at Educational ,
was !given when the
Sunday morning from Palm and Spartan fallu.I to Too loose vulnublo
Beach | : people time
Ormond that he !find time many .
cannot to
run ploaxant. Mr, Hums and Mm. AhltlwOI.th
In honor of -
side Hall, Wednesday evening, come here Friday. .
were tracked here In their private morning, to take themto In expoilmviillng with cough anti and
down Titusville his filends. >
to to see Mrs. Carrie Lockwood and Mr antlllh' tho won Ii tat honom; Mr. Stlckuoynnd
The "OldlSo tlel"1I "
car. visited
patty Mr Joseph Jef- picnic, at Indlun- cures They ..huulIIHke )Folev's Honey ,
ferson at his place In Hobe Sound. Mr. Mrs. W. L. Nellon two children and Horace Stewart, of D.iytona.: ola. Cupr. Klngtnnn took as many HS and I Tar l before It It too Into. )B I. U. Wilson Mrs, Ciinllelil, oousolittlon..

Jefferson has purchased the Snyder placeon two maids and Miss Gertrude Going, Mrs. Spunkier, Mist Emma Spunkier( his. launch' would carry, anti !Mr. Welliey A bun.West._ Mr. and Mrs II. J. Berkshire and Mists

the Sound, and It is now rumored wealthy residents of Pittsburg, will and Mrs. Margaret\ I'eUlt, have returned took his team with n load and still there Gladyn, of Noiili Voiuoii, Ind., who sure
that Mr. Cleveland will buy the adjoining spend the remainder of the season at the from Palm (teach, and report a delightful ware a /good I many left that did not get Palm Beach.Toitilsts the guests of Mr. and lilt'.. Wntts, took
property. Ormond. trip on :Mr. L. C. Moore's launch the to go at all n trip to Melbourne Hunch Sunday on

Kicildt 'no. Rev. MidmfloM! ), the sloop Kdnn, enjoying aplonsantdny's. pouting
Mr. and Mrs. .las.< Murphy, of Datloit ) conducted the fit noral have' by loft tills
'
no means
,
TIlE BEST SALVE IN" THE WOULD who have been spending a week or Mr. and. Mrs. Bracket and daughter/ services of Mis..Annie I.. BI'uner, In the town, and the SomI uole all.II'"na. hoteU ------ \
is Banner salve. It Is made from a pre- so ac the Ormond have just gone on a and Mrs. Smith, after upending sometime church and at the grave, Sunday morn- are doing an excellent business.
scription by a world wide known skin trip to Cuba and Nassau. Mr. Murphy at Hotel Carleton. are now on their ing, in a very Impressive manner It was. C. S. Arnold, of Youngstown, Ills, I lir
specialist and is positively the most lienl- I is member of the film of Murphy home to Kansas City, In.Ve Impossible to have any llgotis services. Tho following dlHtlnguUliod Ohio peo wilting of Dr. F'm'd'.lIy.p"'pllcldu. says; i
way
lug/ save for piles, burns, scalds, ulcers Murphy, chair rnanuf.ictureis. '1'hisjov- hope to have these pleasant people with when she was burlod, more thin, two pie, who are enjoying: the biiliny Air and "My wife linn taken :II I bottles of Dyspuptlolilo -
running sores and all skin diseases. B. fat young couple have many friends at us again next winter. weeks ago/( anti so they wore held lllt the the. many, varied nttrncilomi of tho fnr- I and U, I believe, |>(riniiuentfv our
R. Wilson & Son. the Oimond and are on their weddingtour. first opportunity, and, as near as !noHHlbla timed: East Coast of Florida I were /guests ed of IndlgttHtlon, constipation nn Mrs. R. W. Oooclo and daughter, :Mlsn like they, would have been could they of Dr. and I Mrs )F'. H. Hougliton, for nix honilarlie/ with which she has been troubled

DEALERS will please note that Florida( Jessie, visited friends at Indianola, Merritt have been held when she wait biirluil.! o'clock dinner on Monday, at tho NewSomlnole for twenty yours or more, Money
Hardware Co., Jacksonville are selling Mr. and Mrs. D. !I. Ferry anti Miss and Sharpes, last vtcek; attending The /grave( was almost covered with a hotel, West Palm teach: Mr. cannot estimate the Rood. It has done I'
kerosene oil heaters at cost., Blanche Ferry, are wellknownresidents the ball. at Indinnoln, last Filthy nlJtlll, choice collection of lovely flowers and, Mrs Prank A. ))Durban W. II. Harris her." li. It. Wilson & /Son
of Detroit", Mich., who are sojourning at and the spoils and dance at the beautiful -- --- -- .- -- -- of /itnurfvlllo' 0. ; Thou. ./Johnson --.----.-
Hotel Ormond. Mr. Ferry Is one of the Nevln8' IUvervlew hotel, at Meultt, A LITTLF KNOWN y.'AC'l'-Tlut the Mrs 1,1 mer and J. T. Watois, of (Columbus GHAKTRIt: OAK ALMANACS, fnleu-

Stuart.Preaching largest; seed merchants in the United on Saturday. majority of serious dUeanps originate O.Mr. dais and. circulars\ and prices sent free ..f
:States. and the ADVOCATE. lwers may disorder of the Durban Is president of the Z. A
kidneys. Foley's Kidney to nil who write to Urn.: H. FriiSALO: : ,
have the pleasure of seeing him governor; Other remedies only alleviate the symptoms Cure guaranteed./ Try It to-day If you Q. It. It.; M r, Johnson Is a member of Sanford: Fin.

next Sunday by Rev Lan!'. of Michigan next year. Success:: to you of dyspepsia and, Indigestion, Dr. lire not feeling well. I). K. Wilson. the firm of Jolimton liras., large owners ----- -----
Prof. Meriitt, Superintendent Dade Mr. ]t'erry.Besldell Loyal Fold's Dyspeptlcldo cuios by attacking ---- ---- arid denims In coal lands and Its products <
County schools, visited here, Monday\ the delightfully/ warm weather the root of the disease, and thus Fort Pierce. of thu fiiinoiiH Hooking Valloy. A Thotaand'I'ongues r'

on business. and Burt bathing one of the featuresof makes a healthy stomach that will perform Mr. Harris I 11I1I\rjoelylntorested( lu the Could not expinnn' the rapture of Annlo i lit.

Mr. and Ormond is the large; orange/ grove of all Its function perfectly li. R. manufacture of paving. / brick, thu material Springer, of 1125: HownrdSt.. IMilla- t I
Mrs. O. K. Wood left
for Lithia Springs Ga. for the,benefit Monday of, John Anderson. one of the managers of Wilson & Son. Hairy Sample paid us a visit, Tuesday for same being found. without limitIn dolphin, Pu., when shu found tat Dr. v
,
/ Hotel Ormond, many of whose trees are -------- the hills along tho beautiful Mimklng- King'. New Discovery for ('nnallmp lol.
Mr. Wood's health, which has been very Gnus Tucker after spendingu' daysat hats river. He In also of of
In full bloom. Orange/ blossoms by the owner ono had complutoly) cured her of 11 hacking;
poor for some months. bushel are being shipped from here in Tibbals.Mrs. home, left, Tuesday, for Cocoa. the most surrnssf" pineapple plantationson cough that for many yours had/ mode

We peen and must have a good hotel tin boxes. Mr. Andeison's grove adjoins Parson hove held services In the Hup- the Kant Count of Florida./ her life n burden. All other ri>m illoit

before another season, as so many have the Hotel Ormond and guests. find L. J. who has been list church, last ;Sunday, to large con Mrs Liner I its. lie I wife! of a prominent and doctors. could give her no help, but
been turned away. Who will Improve it one of tho.chlef of the many attrac- Sawyer, quite gregations.. Ohio railroad taw clue Buys,of title Royal Cure-"It soon removed -
this 111 for thu past two weeks we are glad to Mr. Waters I Its. also an extensive pine
line chance to make money? tions here.Among the pain In my client and I came.
say, Is inucli better, Tho Rev. Mr,Allen held services the apple grower nt Tlbbnl. Indian<< River now sloop soundly/ Momolhlng I can
Mr. and Mrs. II. Culler, from Oak Hill, the charming ladles now sojourning W. G. Gilmore, our worthy lay-ruader Methodist church, last !Sunday: morning, The popular proprletroNN, Mr. )III rn. ornrculy remember doing before.,. I feel
are spending: a few days with Mr Charles at the Oimond, we may mention held services In St. Paul's Eplacopalchurch to a large congregation. ham, received much praise for her excellent like sounding its praise throughout tho pI pIDr.
duller. They came direct from Cuba, : Mesdames F. K. Aldridge, Geo. and *
List Sunday. catering; NO also Masters Harry liell and Russell Davis every
where they spent three months, the victims W. Edwards, D.' M. Ferry, Jos. Schenck, painstaking and! genial! rhlof clerk, W. King's Now Dlnuoveiy for troiibo
of the EI fraud. tell Mrs. Will and sister of Rio while riding( their bicycles, ]Money afternoon any i
Gloria They a Elgin; A.lIeameB.Geo.r. Cheseborough, Kay spent A Snider, of Columbus O. of tile throat chest or lungs I'rlcelie.!\ .
sorry story of the conditions in the coun- Detroit; Mesdames J. F. Hathaway and Wednesday and Thursday this place, found a broken rail, and Immediately and
fl.HO. Trial bottle flee at 11. It.
try places. Chas. H.isklns, of Boston; Mrs 11. S. as tho guests of Mrs Jas. Andrews.Mrs. reported It to the Master Mechanic ,
,
Grant.Ilenns Wilson IMOil"\: drugstore bottle
and the Misses Marcia and AnnaP. at the yard. liy their ptesunrunf mindIn .' ; every
The private car of Mr. Lamont left Knight/ Orldley. who has been spendingthe giiariinteeil.,
of Portland He. Mrs. F. K. ) promptly reporting It, a. serious[ accl -
Knight ;
Saturday after ten days spent here. Mr. season at the Xetherby, Eden, spent dent was probably averted It "
as was near
Osborn and M iss Bastlancll of New York are being shipped from Grant In
; ;
Cleveland with the courtes- the with ]Miss\ England 1Il O'l'U.m.UUllrcllln' .
was pleased day { Monday.A. mall time.
Blossom of Cleveland 0. mall )
los he received from free from Mrs. II. S. ; quantities nearly every day i
the our people, Mrs. Amos 11'. Breed, of Lynn, Mass.; C. Fisher and E. II. Walker, of the In the death of R. G. Hood the town
usual snobbery and offensive obstru-. Mr. Ames went across to C. L. Lat ,. :Notion of vVppllciitloir f
Clementine 0 of firm of A. C. Fisher & Co. of and
sion. He showed his of Miss liens Plttsburg, Boston has loMt one of Its oldest most respected tarn's place Monday to doctor his sick
this In substantial appreciation that will Pa.; Misses Hillyer of Hartford, Conn.; Mass., were pleasant callers In our burg citizens, which east occurrence mule 'or Halo of ICoul Kntuto.NOTirK : .
many ways, the Misses Merrlck of New Brighton lust Tuesday. took place Wednesday at H:40: m. v
.
lead p.
us to ever think kindly of them all. Pa., and a host of others. whose names at the liome of his daughter, Mrs. A. C. Mrs. E. Morgan amt two children of I I.. he.e" Rlvxn that. I, W (I. Brink
Geo. E. Andrews came from Palm for suetflatly. 1
up Melbourne paid I'at Lodge visit lust 'MiiKlilutt tirriniffr"
Mr. Simmons is still shipping strawberries the ADVOCATE representative failed to Dittmar. Mr. Hood hail resided here for ,
Beach, Friday to look after his pineapples week Mnitruilxr. minor, will, the ,
but also rills orders from private obtain. and and returned ten year, and ban been Identified' with ntvlKhtli: day i nt April, \ A. l> :: NI" make I
Individuals. On Monday he sent a crateto orange grove, the growth and Improvement of the Oscar Nelson went Into rolllnloo witha a"I1..tl", Co 11"1. I,. i.. 'la"Io'"n.l-.t' l 14 :

ex-President Cleveland's party. If That TlirobWnj Headache home same dll' town; lie wait also actively! engaged! In catfish, MontI..,.. The catfish got the Judgnof 1/t sell:' :lirevard private: ounry gala alt, rlorldn.or a ;art for et u tin, fair j

tourists who can pay fancy prices, will Harold and Ralph Itacey of Mount Sunday ,School and Church work being worst of It. Inwllll .1".c'rlh.1 Rval Estate. "'/"" U. ...1.1 ,
write to him at Stuart they can get the Would quickly leave you, If you use Elizabeth, were plouxaat visitor in our a devout Baptist, and leading; an exam- Miss Helen :Miller arrived nt' III'n., .... lying and 10..111". III I'rOlv.ut County, .

very choicest berries at from fifty centsto Dr. King's New Life Pills.their Thousandsof matchless burg:, last Sunday, an the guests of Francis plary Chrl..tlal1l1fe.. The community extend Sunday night, to resume her, duties Grant sue r9ert.lu hlrtixin! ..hewn anil thlrtmn-ona-niinitronthit: lit; IMOO: ) ,.
a dollar a quart, according to the mar- sufferers have proved Reginald and Itussell Waters.Mr. *. deepest sympathy to the berravwlonon. school ml.t ea., sores uf .n.l. louatoil nil tin/ north lila ul a ..
ket. merit for sick and nervous IteadichoH. aunt uf paint, cmituliiliiK. forty Mva amt ,
Had :Mr. Hood lived until May, hewould eat -
blood and and Mrs. harry Jennings and Mr. thlril. (VHaurim' Iwinir the ninth of I I'.
They make pure strong nerves have Messrs. Happ and Powell were .for part 14.1 '
Our shabby depot. presented quite a health. to take. Jennlng's mother cfd sinter Mri.: Saylor ; celebrated lilit XOtli birthday, up two(:J), Hm lion/ 17,T".n."lp :xts..nrth ICanifa .17: 1'',
and build up your Fasy and several but the Allwlse Creator who gave him BI> i business one day last week. Mr. Happ ....f.ami having a width of eight' .and liilrty-' ;
severalof daughter last
lively on Monday, HS backif pent days, .
appearance Try them. Only 23 cents. Money many yean of usefulness, saw. fit to call was taken 111 on the way, but after a .nahendr.drhsurLo'vheioar..etdng t : in r M. ..
j:
our visitors left us. Mrs. Urownson not cured. Sold 1 by II. R. Wilson A week in Palm Iteach. They report havIng short stay here he recovered. the wholH i InlMitil I', from IniHuii Ulrcr to litn ma
left for all Important points on the East spent a most enjoyable time his spirit home. A memorial service will Klv! ..r, Brut 1 .... ,
Son druggist's. lie held at the Baptist church next Sun landuftwrlv.t9)! sorestcnldto)4.IC.l'LJemnie.
Coast Ashevillefor ,,'ro. Futch returned 10100.11nltcht !: ; ,
after which the goes to Mr. and Mr T. S. Fassett and charmIng suit' ) on the south b Una
day, by Parson (love.Robbed y a m."IIIl(parallel WIt
the spring montlm. Mr. and Mrs.. who have been from a business trip to Titusville, ami ,. HHitli Imumlury. or alil Jorumland, tt a {
; daughter; visiting --------
McPherson left for their home In Nebraska Banyan. has resumed his. duty all manager of G. illitanna of clicht and thlrtyonahunilrailtliaH ,
and and McFarlands for Phila: their niece Ml** Gertrude England: of the Or live. W. Scobte's fish l business here, which has ( jo lon> chain tbarnf rom talntr. tba. I..nd t.*ft ''I i
this place, to the regret of their apart tossillnfantsb eoannh.tdouersa' .lD"k.
delphia. All were greatly pleased with So far this season we have had more friends. left, for Palm Deach, Saturday many A startling Incident of which Mr. been In charge of James. Crow, during ('Mrtltlon lwtw, ..n Hlil. Infant anti I..,,,1.| \1. ,
this place and people, and the fishermen John Oliver of Philadelphia,. wan the his vacation. -1I..e. Also that .tract of land ..il a.*,. i"
will)
rain than for years. night; where they spend a few week, follow fCommenolne f
say their are no finer waters than our bt. and then leave for their home In New subject, Is narrated by Mm an follows: Fishing such a success here that tile on the want bank of banana Rlvar -
Lucie. Geo. C. Houston and family spent a York. "I was In a most dreadful condition. My fishing fleet has decided to have a boat ility......clmln: atul eighteen' link north of" .
few days in Banyan, bat: week. skin wa* almost yellow, eyes ,sunken race, Saturday. Six boats have already southu.IMm Ins Him at the northeast ""rn..r..1 J
to H.
SAVE MONEY and bay Building/ mater- We are shipping a few beans right tongue coated, (pain continually In back entered from Mr. Pcoble's licet here M> nn aanvcywl d..C...., itmt tan ehsiu..lghty.tourunku ,
ial of Gao II. FERNALD, Sanford, Fin are selling at f4 and $7. LINGERING LAURIPFK!: COUGH.G. and sides no appetite-/gradually growing which l la beyond doubt one of the fineston along tuo hue of iwl.l/ Ryder tofunili theca.
along they Vacher, 1:>7 O..goo. atChicagosays: weaker day by day Three physician thin part of the river. Two-thirds of north twanty-thraa and a half d..nrwrat.

Kdltor'a Awful Plight.F. T. A. Campbell, postmaster at Tropic, "My wife had a very severe ClUe of la bad given; me up. Fortunately a friend the entrance fee for first boat one.third sighs eIUv.n chains ttntfno mitt. alhty. :east. link eleven l thence chain north anti

M. Higgins, Editor, Seneca, (IlL,) has resigned, and U. J. Hilliard. !has been grippe, and It left tier with a very bad advit.eri l trying Electric Hitters; and to for 2nd boat, and a box of cigar for the lI..ty.l.b. links U*llasnjuia rllvnr, thunuw wmtltm i
Xews, was afflicted for years with Piles appointed la his stead. cough. She tried a bottle of Foley'* my joy and nurpriae, the first bottle made lost boat. an.
  • All rlnic la the river to a point of eoinnMiiuamant. -
    anrtlon aavantanik, twimoolh
    township -
    that no doctor or remedy helped until) Mrs. John Houston sail Miss Laura, Honey and Tar and It gave Immediate a decided Improvement. I continued tl"11 ranxa tblrtT-.. -n. ....... In the r
    he tried Backlen' Arnica Salve. He Eaa Gallle last week from relief. A SO cent bottle cured her cough theIr use for three weeks, stud am now a Eugene J. Hall, the poet and publish County of KravanH. StaM of triorlil. contalnlnif
    ,
    write two boxes wholly cared him. Its returned extended to visit among friends here. entirely." Price 23o and 1 50c. li. K. Wilson well man. I know they saved my life, or. say* that one dose of Foley's Honey ten was' more or I...... Hunreymi. by J. U.
    Magruilar,
    the surest Pile cure on earth and the an 4:: Son. and robbed)the grave of another victim." and Tar restored bill .voice when hoarse-- County HurvaynrMr.O. FftI3ffC:
    best salve in the world. Cure guaran- The Misses Jennie and Claudia McMil No one should fall to try them Only boss threatened 1 to prevent his lecture at Guardian for l

    teed. Only 23 cenU. Sold by B. K. lan and Sadie Snell will start for Lake Please write ns whenever you fall to /Wets., guaranteed, at D. 1C. Wilson 4:: Central Music Hall Chicago. Nothing r.". W.m and OLdysMa.aruder< ,
    Wilson fc:: Son druggist's City on the 23th, to attend school. receive the ADVOCATE. Son's drug store. else a* good. U. J{. Wilson A Son. i Attorney for W. O. Frlok. ':

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    CHOICE, Vegetables find a ready: A il Florida East Coast Ry. ''i


    market-but; only that farmercan TIME TABLE NO. 84, IN EFFECT FEB. 1, 1000.


    raise them who has studied VG2an 'S 4 w ihr:'Or t SOUTH BOUND (BeAd Down.) (Bead Up) JJOSTH BOTJ I-*

    iNo.37 :JNO.W MQ.: V jNO.W"> JNO.2U: o.1J !" 0T::THo.W! o.btl No.1II) ;$olf!
    the great secret how to obtain .f Uuio.81 JJuily' Uuily. Duly Daily Daily STATIONS. Dally Daily Dally Dally Dally D.JJr: .
    u. Mon. exMu ex Su 'x 1111
    and % Ir F :2. tI4 p TOOj) T-Spiawini: i 3.!! J Boa Lv..J'kvtlle..Ar '720p Tiwpiuuup' 3u :uua :: I
    both quality quantityby IW staize / ; 43 p a Zap 9:26p 1 WI 10 46a 8 BOa Art:>. 'w'tineLv eiop -sup soup 6 BuamuaflOfta '\ 3Attlj
    C ..... ..
    r" SpN Ff 646a.
    the judicious use of well- / ..... .
    ............ 101lp: 11411a 8 f'ArE.. Palatks' 16444p 6/8p .8.115p : .. .:;

    balanced fertilizers. No fertil- -- tee ........... :-.a lip alOO6a..Jo.PaJ..tka.Lv T 46p 82Up ... .. rte..
    { ........ ..:. II IBanop Lv..Palatka..Ar 610VlSp
    .
    r' .... ..... ''' ''' i
    :::J.: :::::; 'ip ;;;::: ::;:;
    It Is a. well-known fact that I Cyr4y ............ ...... ...... ...... flOp .i.rSaD1d..t.eoL.. v ''.....T '.''.'.''... '.'.'.'''.'. .._. 1
    izer for Vegetables can producea E. Lydia 1 I I'i' i qOG ",...... ... ..... .. .... ...... 11511 8 ICxi LvMan MateoAr 'flCfrfllop 710j...
    Pinkham's Vegetable Compound :::::: I. !; bs K.Pa4atkaAr; S44p"'8IiV iiii nts
    large yield unless it contains has cured more women than any other ""' ...?: 0 ...Ormond.LivH 8Sp886p 4lK>p418p 701p 444a
    remedy. It therefore mutt, be the r / I" ...... .a 10 6U ...Dayton 'lkIp 8 CUp 'U4&1 J
    Send for best possible medicine for female ilia.! I! ...... ...... .P.Orange. 826p, ?. ... i 11oiJ"'jj
    I at least 8% Potash. r ....... ( 11 4a217p N..8m rua" OOp "4 top GIlTI' 'i'OSa) g
    { But !Home women make the mistakeof I : ...... ...... ..Oak Hill. 4111' ,
    I books which furnish full thinking that they will try some 11-of ...... iJBSa887a 4281' 8B8pl21Bp Titunvll IIUp 5l8p'667p'BlOs
    our thing else, simply because It Is new. II J of i tJt: f .. .. ..... ..... 8 I lip City Point 14Up ...... ... ... .. If 8.1C III
    a .. .. 1,48p, ...
    Is .. .. .. lIiXIp 826p .Cocoa. leap ......
    information. We send them That mistake often a fatal one- -- :I ....: ..... slap! 10lp: ltookl.lg. I721) ..... ..?.. .
    fatal. to the health and happiness of ". J1; ..... ..... 627p 4111p ll111p Kau Otallie l34Up 487p428V ...... 9ta I
    the experimenter. ...... .. .111161' slap illy Melbourne wimp ... ... 8' '.I'jji}
    free of charge. Is it foolish I ..... .:..:. ...... .SOUp ....., .Roeeland. UWa .1438p....... ......
    not to risk i .
    < the possible ./ ............ ...... 6 WP ...... ..Seb.etiaw": UBiaHU8a ...... ... ... i1: p
    results of such experiments? Is it not /'I'll.' .:'! ...... :.. ... B57p07p .St.: L.uole. .
    GERMAN KALI WORKS, better to depend upon a medicine i...... TOOp <( BlOt> ..F Fierce. lOBCJalOBUa 806p1242at. f fIt
    which has ... ...... ewip684p ...... .. a. ;
    lf S3 N......St.,Now York. been tried successfully for 1,; e ld. ..... ..... ...... .... ...Eden.... 102Ia..I( [I
    thirty years, and which has never '. d...... ...... ...... Seep.:, ...Jeuiiea.. 1021a ...... ...... ....
    been found wanting? Do therefore Tri-Weekly Sailings I" = .. ...... ...... ...... 64Jtp! .. !Stuar10: ...... ...... ...:: .l-.lI
    . B.Soun& ...... .. .
    Free and let to .. 717p .. 041a. .....
    t any one persuade you try something .. ...... ..?.. ... 7aup.. "VV.Jupiter" D2I'! ytwa0
    l' Accepted Masons. which they say Is just an good. 1 ..'... ...... ...... W.P.B'oh" 86a1008a'12Op18r.ig \
    ? It cannot be.just as rood. 111 rs. 1'ink- BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. lI 640U65a soap 824p'6O8pArPB'chlnn". 1015a74Ha boo letup a.fi ; Pf
    ham's Compound is the best and there : -' 4t... D llp 8/t1p:/ Blllp LvR.P'ciana" 8ir>a82ua 102M( 1Iip1)46p' < .
    : 8 W.P. B'ohAr .
    C BlJOp Blip 112IIp 96&a19/6v10tUp
    can be. only one hest. This is not a "' a..5. .. ... ...... i
    Calling at :1 both ways) a. ltn .. 9U4p .Boynton.Ijv. 7&6& ... .. 06 :
    Indian No. 00Tltiisvillo mere assertion but is a positive fact, l ... .! .. .... \1\4"\ ..... .Delrny. ...... ...... illitJp f J
    admitted by hundreds of Ill the Jt!a ...$ .. 668u..laulp.\! ..... .F.L'thoe. OK8a. .,.......... BWp887p
    IMver physicians. regular The Finest Steamships Coastwise! ServiceThe h1 P$I I. .. .".... .7111al.tll".. .""nIlISln UHUp .flapAr. ". "Lem.Miami City". A 617.111ft...SionitXa...... Stun !i l' .....

    Kely on own common sense, ..
    your 1".11I. UO 110" "WV". tllttI its where tulle IS II". oIowa.hweea .
    LO.IRO. /'" f \ FlorMa.Hold and Mrs. {'nikhnm's''' llre-Inlg expertnco. Clyde New England and Southern Lines. l.-bm-irD& and Urange
    and you will make no mistake.Uon't Between Titusville aDd Sanford
    Its innotlnirs the nornncl and foiirlh KrldAVofeiivliiiioiitli.it Junction.N. ,
    Direct service Detwcen City
    : the cull.in, River hotel, ) experiment with your health,
    TliiiMvllln, "t 7''fI'l' n', Io.k p. III. but take a medicine that yea ton via is Points : ', fl ,No.1 b'rAT.Ol>id. o.4. No.n"- 1I'l'ATJONI: d.: ol1
    Jacksonville Providence and all Eastern
    A.. A, Stewart WeIl'OIl'11I1f.Uller, good, and i.i Imukt'd by such letters as Boston, "4":L.p'il six Lv. New Smyrna.Ar U 4.p1 1 !lOp i Ism Lv........... Tltusville.Ar 1I713a
    lth )t It. WllM.ni, H"oIlIrI"tI'' '
    these to Mrs. I'iukham 41101 1Wp I ..Luke liolen..Lv I :242p.! 6tAlp ............ ... ... ....... 11:1182M :\
    J. It Walk..r"nl..r .
    M. IHxon, Tr Warden.ft. : (Calling ac Charleston, S. C., both ways) 11011' 126J:.! ..Ornnlo L9ty.. ::1I r 61Ap ............O..t"en.. ........... .. \116ta
    MOllror.il'
    i A. Morgan' SocrotHry.' Ovarian Troubles Always SEMIWEEKLY!: SAIL1XO3: 612 laaAr.OrangsYyJet.( ) .> tiles l :::::::::.,. .....:::::::: :"Ilia.Suntrd. :
    II'I I .I. I.. ('nrrlllI..ro, Senior\ DiMiunn.K. Southbound' ...................... .. ..... ..... .. .... .. ..... ... .from Twl Wharf, BostonVortlibinuid All train. ootW""" :New, bulyrn. and Urnnge IluwAll
    '. A. l al L *. H. Clniiroo' ,
    t
    a W "! dully except unday.:
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    7 These. Ttmo Tables .show the times
    A. "From'hiT 'I'y'or.STORY St. Johns Iliver Line. at which
    pound.S N..I:> STATIONS u.16 ,t rams and boat maybe expected arrive end
    rlepurt) from the several Htatlonv and port.,
    OF THE YA200 FRAUD BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE:; AND S.VNFOKD. buatLv..So I : JLukwnvtllo.Ar uu6p> but their arrival or departure at the time
    .. .. ..
    "I hnd been in 5ta
    poor health for Ar. .Pabtoilom'h..Lv II I"pAll Htated in not guaranteed does-the Company
    nor
    Jacksonville Palatka, baa ford. Enterprise n....and I iHermodlu landings on the St.John's River.8TEAMRU I
    .0..0' the Alxint lllannl/e'1'ro.4. Paver twenty years having InlhuniiiiUion\ of train b"twoon "'0.J..kHOllyllle lW PabloHo'R.h hold itself renponaible for any delay or
    uvnrles and womb trouble Although ,tally eXf'ppt hUUllay. ,any congnquenneit arising therefrom.
    1 IVIIOMII lu Aintrlcu.One
    treated. by physicians, I could not fain "FIfKIVK eBAKY.
    of UHf most signnt trusts ever strength do work) and Florida East Coast Co.
    nor my was so CAPT. W. A. 8IIAW./ Steamship
    formed ou this, coiitlncnt wall In the ow-splrlted and tired of _
    life. friend Leave Jacksonville 3:80: 1 I'. III., Pundnyo,Tuesdays, and Tliurminys.
    F early days uf. the republic back In advised me to take Lydia K. I'lnk- Leave Sanford I)::01( a. m., Enterprise l>-.an) a. in., Mondays Wednesdays. and Friday. .. *. PROPOSED SAILINGS t
    17U):;. Several"gentlemen organized:: HIIU'H Vegetable Compound. Tnelirst .
    bottle GenM Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay Jacksonville. nIAMI-HA v ANA LINE, .
    i ,
    themselves Into a ooiupnuy. for the purpose strengthened me, and 1 wroteto
    After nix bottles Leave MI&ml Hundnyd: and Wednendaya.......11:80: p. m.
    of purcliiicluji/ from the state of hat you.I well taking and cun nay W. H. WAKIiUltTON: T. Y. A., .F.M.lUONMU.Vifc.ll.Jii., KU.t1wm.AKt., Arrive Havana Monday and ThurmUya.. .............................................. 8:00: p, m.
    Georgia tier uuclnliued wt'Htera terri- am can even do my own 1\1 l state Ht,, New: York. | :2U4 West May Bi..Jackiionvllle, Fla. Leave Havane"teedaysandFridays.. : .s. m.
    v-
    washing1. -Miw. M.V/ MII.I.KH No. C. P. LOVELL, Asm. Fla. Bui.t.. I JOIIM. L. )WAItU, aupuriuuniUunt.: Arrive Miami WednesdaysandSaturdays Saturdays..6t10am.:
    tory extending from the Mississippi 1033 Canal Street, New Orleans La. Jacksonville Fla. I foot Hogan. Bt.,Jaukwmvlle. Fla.
    on the west to till Atlantic on the east T1IEO. O. KOKlt, T. M., B Howling Oreeu, rev' \! York. MIAfll-KEY WEST LINE .

    And from thethh'ty-flrstdegree of latitude ovarian"For three trouble years I suffered. with ChenebrniiRh Hulldlnar.' W 1U I.state P CL.MHK"St.. :tuew York CO., Ueiivral IK .....AC ual'..nl&wi.,>r.. A...... Philadelphia. Leave Miami Mondays 'Wednewlaya and Friday .......................t..............11:80: p.m.
    inflammation '
    uortb of tlil/'ecluutor) on the south having \ Arrive Roy WeNt Tuexdaya, Thurwlaya and Baturdajs. ...... ..........................12W: )noon.
    and an abscess on right Had --- .-.._--._----- ----- Leave Kv Went Tuesdays., Thursdays Saturdays................................... 8:00: Po \Do
    to the southern I boundary Tennt-ssee such pain in my bark: and heal and at Arrive Miami NVedneadaya... Frlilay and"Sunday' .... ... ...... .......... ......... ..... talc: ) m.
    on the north Including what uow constitutes times was unable to walk. Bad several Ocean Coe
    _ the territory of Georgln. Alabama doctors but they did not dome steamship HIAMI-NAS5AU LINE, .

    anti Mlssl>ltCIIIPI. This vast territory much good. One doctor said that I Leave Miami Tuesdays Wednesdays and Fridays (Standard"me).................... 906! p.m'
    would Arrive Naiwau Tueaduya, Thursdays and Baturdays ...................
    have to have
    wall purchaned for $500,000: and an operation and Nassau i.utej. ... ...
    "Savannah Line"Fast Leave Nawau Tueaduya Thuradaya Saturdays ( ) .. ...... 8wOp.m.
    this was the commencement of the famous have the ovary removed. 1 became Arrive Miami TVndnf (lavii. Frictaya and Sundaya.. . . ....... ..... .. ... ...
    "Yazoo fraud" about which BO discouraged and gave up all hopes of The shove are pro nee aaillUKa during Fobruary and March.
    much was said nod written. getting well. I began takingLydia!/ Freight and Luxurious Fassodger; Route from After April lnt thji f will be two milllnna per weak
    E. 1'inkham's Vegetable Compound. For copy of local l tima card call at 4.M Weac 13ay btreet JaoksonvlllB, or address
    The bill authorizing the purchase I! wrote to Airs.\ I'tnkhaniand followed Florida'to New York Boston and the East. J. P. BBOKWITH. Tralllo Manager St Anenetin.. J. 1>. BAHNKR A.O. P. A.

    and mile pnssud the Ueorgla legislature her directions faithfully, and am better -. -.
    on Jan. 0, 17\>0. and It Is uald that than I have been for three year

    members were paid all the way from I have taken ten bottles and nv.

    eight negroes to 2OO.OOO) acres of land friends are surprised at my rapid im-

    to vote for It. Corruption; by bribery prov'm'nt-MII" W, II. WALTERS, Southern '

    WA open Great Indignation spread Cold Spring" Harbor L. I., N.Y. .

    throughout the state and upon the assembling Suppressed and Painful

    of the legislature one year --_ Railways
    perojs Cured "
    by Lydia '
    later
    an act was passed declaring that

    the said rcsurpeil act was null and E. Pinltham's Vogotablo

    void; that the records relating to the Compound. Hat7/fF2liFMNfila I TinE
    "1"', r DIRECT LINE--QUICK
    same be burned In order that no trace W911'8r"-r. .
    I was thin sallow and nervous.' I
    + of so unconstitutional vile and fraudulent -
    -TO-
    .
    lad not had for
    my menses over a :
    a transaction should remain pub year and a half. Doctored with several ':rc:! ;;; WASHINOTON BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA
    lic. ,
    physicians! In town and one specialist, "-' --:

    l "The Infamous records wen placed but did not /get any better. 1 finally =;:-_ ..-- -. .' -L" -" 0."';". -....- - NEW YORK, CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, AT
    :
    in one vast hen p." said a senator decided to try your medicine, and >

    "and a sun glass was usrd to set It on .vroto to you. After I had taken Pnr1: : .nl.1.: .. ..I ctx-t: : Son LANTA. BIRMINGHAM. MEMPHIS CHATTANOOGA -

    tire, that It might be said that the (Ire three bottles. of Lydia\ E. Pirkham'sVegetable CITY
    ST. LOUIS KANSAS
    that destroyed It was from heaven Compound and three of SHORT RAIL RIDE TO SA V ANNA II. ,

    This Is the IIrat and only Instance In Blood 1'urider, my menses'' returned, Thence via Ship sailing from Savannah. and all Points East and West.
    and I feel as well and strong as I
    the history of the country where a legislative
    t ever did, and am gaining flesh."-Miss
    1 body personally superintended LENA UAIJIKS: Viualia I'ulare Co., Cal. 4 Ships.each we3s 4 NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS
    j the destruction by lire of Its previous

    w records of corrupt and obnoxious "Before 1 taking the Vegetable Com- The New York and Florida Express,
    pound was troubled with
    irregular
    laws."-St. Paul Globe. menstruation; and suffered great TO NSW!:: YOFtKeSxxxpS : : Via Savannah and Cha..I.KO,

    ;y1 A Cnrlon Shoe Trait. agony. My physician in gave me morphine : : : .E1 ""VV'EJEH: : :. to: :=OSTON"-2 The New York and Florida Limited,
    and I remained bed. I doc-
    1 Doylestown ban four odd characters tored eight years and got no relief and All'tloket agents; and hotels are supplied with monthly salllnp;: schedules. The United Via Savannah and Charlotte, If. C.

    I wbe pool their Issues In buying shoes. the doctors told me there was no relief Write for general; Information, sailing/ schedules, stateroom reservations, or call[ on .. States Fast Mail,

    i! They all have the same sized foot and for my trouble. Finally! I tried Lydia E. II. IIINTON WALTER HAWKINS, Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. O.

    each regards:\ this fact lu the nature of K. rfnkhatn'a Vegetable Compound. Traffic Manager, Oen'l Agt. Traffic Department. The Cincinnati and Florida Limited,

    a libel perpetrated upon him by the While taking. the first bottle I felt Savannah, Ga. 2J: I W. flay St., Jacksonville, Fla.. via *...*.

    i other three. Every year each one of that I was improving. I have taken .

    the quartet chips. In $18 and the fund seven or eight bottles, and never had Through Vestibuled Trains--Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping Car
    anything to do me BO much good.
    of $72.Is expended for shoes. Buying Every month my troubles have grown Through Coaches--Elegant Dining Cars.
    them In such quantities there Is naturally less and less and now at this time I Florida Central andPeninsular

    a reduction In price. One would .
    cured.
    am ELLA QUJNNKY, No. S3 BETTER TIME AND BETTER SERVICE THAN EVER BEFORE
    I think that there would be an equal division /Stage /Street Ilaverhill, Mass.
    j of the shoes but that Isn't their !
    little game. Backache and Womb Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jaokaonvlll and Cincinnati

    The shoes are owned collectively Troubles Suooumb to vv Railroad. O., Via A.h.Tlll., N. C., and Knoxville, Through

    share and share alike, and when not Lydia E. Pinltham's Vogo- "THE LAND OF THE SKY."

    being worn they are kept In a closet In

    the express ottlce which Is the general tablo Compound. Unexcelled service from Florida to all points Through Trains via Southern Railway. al'.now Operated in oonneetlen with

    lounging place of the quartet. If one I have been for ten years an Invalid tJo.. Plant System from Jaokvonville.

    man wants to wear new shoes. he goes with female weakness and the

    to the express office\ and puts them on. torture and pain I suffered no tonguecan North East and West.Two for Ratev, Schedules and Information call on or addressA.
    If he wears russets In the daytime and tell. I never spent one week in
    .
    OIRARDEAU. T. P. A.. or W. T. COSBY. T. P. A.,
    wants to 'wear patent leathers In the the ten years that li was free from
    ai* Weee Bay Street. Jacksonville Fla.
    evening he goes to the express office pain.congestion My !trouble of was womb.Inflammationand When I Trains dally between Tampa, Jacksonville Savannah and Columbia carrying RANDALL CLIFTON Di.triol Passenger Agent; Savannah. a...
    and: makes the
    change. have '
    been They commenced to take your remedy I had Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping cars, connecting at Columbia With\ sleepers forWashillgton J. M. GULP W. A. TURK. S. H. HABDWICK.T
    this
    doing for several years nnd been bedfast for some time under the Manager< GIoQ. **** AnaQ.n. *.... *!*..
    .
    Vanhinicton. O. W-hington.a.
    claim they woul
    other way.-I'bllnc\ell'hll\\ >cord. any cians treatment without of two receiving of our any best benefit physi- Baltimore Phila. and New York.Also 'n ___ -AI

    You can imagine; the benefit I derived ,
    Why Tlivr Keep. la the nlbt."It from Lydia E. IMnkhain's Vege-
    Is a rare treat for a person to go table Compound when I tell you that I with Cincinnati. Sleeper, via AshevlUe. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

    1: through Europe the first time." said a have !gained' forty pounds and am wella __ f

    returned tourist. "I visited one olO thing; never dared to expect1 Florida, New York
    palace In Scotland ROIl was walking MBS. C. E. POLAND! Monett, Mo. ; Boston.
    Philadelphia and
    down a long corridor when 1 "Dixie Flyer" .
    came to n\ For a number of years I was From Brunswick(direct),to New. York.
    sentinel who told me to keep to the I troubled with backache and leucor-
    right. 1 could not see any reason why rlupu I became so weak and miser- Through! Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louis via PASSENGER> SERVICE'

    I should keep to the right and asked able that I could not attend to my Ilf 4 To make connections Jsekwnvllls
    with steamers, leave
    him why but he said he could not tell.I work or studies. The least effort Lake City Macon Atlanta Chattanooga and NashYille. y Union Depot) on Thursdays via(Cumberland Route). II -JIVX..
    finally asked the custodian and he would completely exhaust me. Physi- 'a Fernandlnaat 1 UMI p. m. Meals en route i or "all Hail
    >n
    said he had looked It up In the archivesof cians failed to help me. I tl'ltthat my :Making connections for Kansas City, Chicago and all points In the Northwest. p.m. Plant at Bruiuwlck System: )go arrive directly Brunswick aboard vteainer.1110. I'aaeengerrarrival '
    youth was blighted, and the life beforeme
    the palace and found that
    nearlyt
    would be one of suffering/ and
    100 years ago the floor was painted misery. Then a friend Insisted on me sleeping car service between Jacksonville: and Xew Orleansvia PROPOSED SAILINGS
    Through
    and some people walked over the fresh taking your medicine. Itefore I had Ly.New York Pier 21 E.R.,a00p m., Standard Time.) Lv.Brnnewict..
    paint. The olflcer of the day was ordered used bottle I relle one was greatly Friday, Feb 16..RIO ORA mB.... .. ....... .. ............Frhlsy, ""arI '
    to station a sentinel there to I had not known a well day for four Information on application to any agent of this company. Friday: ....COLORADO .. .... ....................l"rl.I&7. 1)
    '; keep people off' from the fresh paint years but now I feel better than I have Friday Mar 9. Friday, "

    q and have them walk to the right The since a child and It is all due to Lydia. McDonoll L. A Sliipniah Friday, II .COLORADO...........Friday, I1

    order had never been countermanded. K.' Ilnkham's Vegetable Compound. A. O. For general Information,steamer*,train*,rates, eto.,apply to
    Miss MAY II. STKVINSOS! Alliance, 0.
    6, ( and from'that day to this a sentinel Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. BASIL GILL, Agent, 230 W.Bay St.Jacksonville.H.
    Pass.
    stands there and tells General I Agt.
    everybody to
    Mrs. .
    Plnkham has fifty H.RAYMOND,General Southern Agent,Brunswick:,O.C. .

    keep to the rlih."Indianapolis\ Press. Thousand such Loiters JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .H. MALLORY* Co.,General Agenu.Pier 21, E.River,and 384 Broadway.N.Y.

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    TITUSVILLE. ST. AUOUSTIN itocKrii>oi:. ;}4 4I3O

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    INDIAN RIVER =30T L1, NOW OPEN : ==:Ir. INDIAN: : :::::: RIVER: : .
    HOTEL MAGNOLIA
    TITUSVILLE,. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. LOCKLEDOE: FLA., NOW OPEN.

    INDIAN RIVER, 812',000 i expended on Improvements and new furnishings; last year,
    and #5.OOO this season. Hjdraulle Elevator Hot niul Cold ii.: ,;' (i jv'I
    -ts Gre FLORIDA Water Ituthson ouch floor; 11110rh'nte tilths! ndded to several :
    suites and Heating-: Arrangements are among the improvements; ;i ia
    ) making this popular house one of the most comfortable Ind1"11 'I'II
    ;, c J. Q. BAST, Proprietor. equipped hotel In the South. Write for booklet.

    PALMER MAcDOWELL, Proprietors.


    pL7 The hotel fronts on the NO\V OPEN. r
    ,
    A* widesweepotbayi7milesthe( The BUCKINGHAM I

    In River) by ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. I.
    a Indian making it a
    t a"' 4, r +sf delightful summer re- Opposite the Hotel Alcazar find Alameda. Wide verandas, picturesque ,
    it n1711110Ui i m'+,h nr 11'T Ira,ni', i fia i i n Roit. Constant cool l.iwns. Ilonu-like and comfortable tutus modulate.
    u+ & IK bieo/es from tile sea and I '
    OEO. HOWE, Proprietor. '
    s buy. Flowing sulphur
    ui arrtG a, apilngs., :Special summer ."
    r n;
    rates.JACKSOXVILLH. i 111 .,.

    The St. George. ST. At'C1tII\TINK, FLA. : '
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    ((6 F. S. TVLKK, Proprietor. It. S. O RKKV, Manager. N i

    .}y f 44.rte; Corner of the Plaza and St. George Street In the I

    The St. James JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ; r" very center of tho city. Strictly flrst-cliiss in everyit
    OTam. respect. Rates: $i.50:; porday and upwards. **
    Season 18'!>!)-1)00.! Now Open.
    Special weekly and party rates. This line hotel In the oiange, growing section of the Kimt Const is the largest r r rI'
    The St. James needs no Introduction to visitors to Florida. From small be ---- hotel ou Indian River It luis over MX) looms, baths, barber shop, bllllaid nnd'pool; i
    ginning; 1800! the St. James has Increased In size nnd milled. to its appoint- t
    The New room, electilo lights, elevator, and all modem improvemetits. Cuisine excellent I'j
    ments with increased popularity of the tourists' travel to Florida. Algonquin Hotel
    The location is unsurpassed, being,: on the highest; ground Jacksonville\ A Hut-class orchoslia. Do not full to stop olTat liocklcdgo,tine of the beauty spots 4 j :
    facing the St. James Park. Baggage; ; ; checked to all points.Its of Indian River S. PIKHKEV, Proprietor.WHITE'S .
    music, as in the past seasons, will be furnished by Prof. Ed. Prouty's ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. -
    Orchestra, and will be of the high grnde.; This house, as in the past, is under ...FRONTING ON TilE PLAZA...
    the management; of J. It. Campbell and everything; will be done for the com- COTTAGE
    fort and pleasure of guests. Address by mail or telegraph, iil y 4 1 ; Under Now and Liberal Manngemont.; ,
    J. R. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla. It'' i Most Centrally Located. Special attention Barton Avenue, Hookledge, Floilda.Toinia ,f
    k tci Ton lint and Commercial: travel
    erg Grand view of Bay and Ocean from Ve- : ifil.ftO per day; $7.00 to $Ilt19 per week ,

    ,.. '-J1 randas. Tho leading Hotel. Open the J. J. WHITE, Proprietor
    WINDSOR HOTEL... year round. Rates $J to $J.f,0 per day -

    F. C. HAYDEN, Manager./: 1
    1"OIt'r ': ':, rrA. ,
    LnstTwo Years Manager Ocean View Hotel. "
    R

    FonT VI BUCK, FLA. i
    FORT PIERCE HOTEL Near
    Indian River, Inlet.
    PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. !?

    Spoilsman's 1'aiadlso on the Rest: Const. Tim lltiont Fishing" anil Huutlug. -
    Tbls hotel Is now 'open: for ROOMS( ONLY. It Is centrally located, near Aecomniiidatlon, class' Near !Hull mini anti Steamer Landing 1
    Postofllce, Bank' and Cathedral.,
    'tltern and ,
    Nor cooking
    Rooms, TiOuts to 1.00 per day; #1.50 to $0.00 per week. niaiingement
    0, It. NF.AL, Manager(
    V. D. SANCHEZ, Manager.
    Also Glen Covo Hotel, Onset, :Mnss. .


    HOTEL ABBEY, ST. IUGUSCINEFLA. I'nm:

    This delightfully located hotel, near the City Gates, overlooking
    OPPOSITE CITY PARK. OPEN THE YEAR ROUND. '
    old Fort Marion and the buy now for the season, under the
    open
    RATES, $2.50 and upward. DODGE & CULT.ENS. The Netiierby .:".s. On-lnilliin-Klver., ,
    management of P. M. Suirez of the Everett House, Saratoga.

    /Springs, N. Y. For rates and other partlculais, apply to ,
    1'. M. hUARF./:: Augustine Fla. One of Ihn lovollunt. Imiailoit mi. the river All l\1fltll'l'llImpl'nVl'Dll\ntll,,
    Duval Hotel JACKSONVILLE FLA. Hot. and enUI Imtlix. 1I1I1"Iul'|. P9)1' lug, Kxrillint: dilnklng water,
    The Everett House, Saratoga., Springs, N. Y., will be open June 1, 11100. Plenty of fiiilt. and Ice Hull, I,, OvoU-is) mid frt-uli tuiri-lHlilcs In 11 h 1111f I.
    1111<'... Norrlifi coiiklnic. HOIINII Ii ii Itlst, II mete, 'Inl nlslifil with all the
    located. Thoroughly repaired and re- ciiinrniiN, of it liomo lloiiU, TrHliiH slop lit, RIIXIOII' nhilltin, on the
    Opposite postofflco. Centrally MAGNOLIA HlMUNCiS, pr.\ pliintnliiin. I'lneapplii" I .illHlilft. Ml*, M. A. C'UUIiS!!, Manngor.
    novated. Newly'furnished throughout. Libeially conducted" ,
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    Rates $2.50::; per clay; and up.Merrill's B. W. SPERRY Pl'op1'l0tor. Magnolia Springs Hotel }IAn or.IA SPRINGS. FLA. NIITUNI: :, .riA. i,

    (9t( Jolins River.)
    Twcntv-elffht miles south of Jacksonville by the Jacksonville, Tampa. A Key NEPTUNE HOUSE NEPTUNE, FLA. 1'. O.
    West Railway and liver stcnmois. Open then In all rooms Steam heat. \WI"t J\l1ltrr]: Station.

    Hotel Rathbun OLD .CAIU.KTOV...,.. Elevator. I'nie spring water. No moH<|iiltoes. tVull-kept gulf course Pleasantly looHtnd, at conlliipm'o.' of Luxnh'ttrhln' and, Mellon Ulvers. One mile
    Tennis, Shooting, Fishing, )boating, Drives, Swimming pool. $.., New Special weekly rates 'l). I). bRA VEY, Jlnnager.Magnolia Expiens mid. 'Tuleuiiiih| tllci -- :Special rates to parties and l 11)' the week. N. l It. FI1X\ IIITUII\ ( Jr. Prop

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    St. Johns River. American plan. -- -- -- ---- -- --- --- -
    Market and Bay; Streets, fronting Magnolia' Springs, Fin. .
    Cottage AVI 1ST: PALM II I':,\<;U.
    OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Grill
    heat.
    Family hotel; steam On the St. Johns River.
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    rooms attached Florida trade especially; catered for. Rates from An adjunct of the Magnolia\ Springs Hotel. Cuisine and service first-class. '

    :; to $I. day. Special rates by the week or month............. Rates ( ,00
    $2.50: $2.00
    per per day; $10 $1 1lOlland: ( $J 1.00 per week. THE SEMINOLE WKST PALM 1 IIISACII: FLA. .

    J. II. DAJ.TON In charge of office. C. A. MERKITT. Lessee. JAS. II. REARDON, lessee! and Manager ,

    Under New Management, Open' the Year Hound. Excellence: of

    THE MOST POPULAR OFJACKSONVILLE'S SI AIHU I ZI':. Culolne a specialty Dates $:J.fiO! to .l.iO: ( per tiny,
    UOTELS. --- -- ----------
    Mrir. S. 0, II). UUItVHAM, :&(lInnlter.
    THE SEAUIIEE/E FLA., Twenty minutes
    American Plan. J.OO:! ( I to $:t.OO per day. COLONNADES -
    by 'bus from DAYTONA Station.

    w"; l'r PALM BEACH .'r.'A ..\
    PLACIDE IE' Table unsurpassed. Rooms and Beds best Electric Light; Steam heat, Private baths, Boating, Fishing, Surf The Palms ,

    in the City. Bus meets all trains Bathing, Ocean pier and, pavilion. Best bicycle roads In the (Irst-oliiHs hotel, situated. on beautiful Lake t "
    /State. Buy tickets via F. E. C. R'y to D-iytona. Ii, i'pm\ ,,lte Royal I'olnrlnna. Electric lights,
    Free tickets on street cars.to wltlun one blockof J. P. VININO electric bolls, baths etc. (2, *::1I r 0 and $3:J "per d..y. /Special rates !by' the week m
    Hotel. Manager The PalriiH, West Palm lleiiuli, Fla." ;'

    CIIA9. COUCh Resident .Manager. .'..\I.ATIA.GRAHAM .

    I FC>JR S.A.LE. -

    Bay and Cedar Streets, HOTEL I'ALATKA, FLA,
    WESTMORELAND HOTEL'Wellt; ILLE, FLA. > Brick Hotel, Overlooking St. Johns River. Hotel with Seven Cottages and 10

    Rates .2.r.fller day. Weekly and monthly rates. Convenient to all
    I boat landings and Railroad Depots. J. WATKINS! LEE, Prop. Acres of L-a.nd.
    American and European plan. Centrally located._ Just built\ and opened Also Proprietor of the Old Sweet /Springs, W, Va. L

    this season Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold water

    Baths, Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf! ,or depot. All cLANI>. .y + a' r: ( b : I

    street cars pass the door. Rooms 50c, 75o; and $1 a day. Rooms and r v d i' h ((14r


    board $2.00 to $2.50 per day. :Mrs. A. J. WALKER. Proprietor. Hotel! College!! Arms!!!; ELAND, FLORIDA. \ I 1 1'I !'



    New Hotel ROSELAND JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 'Is about one hundred miles south of Jacksonville' Is of easy access, to travelersby i'i'I '
    the PlantSy.tem. being on the DeLaml Blanch five miles from HereHford, st
    and renovated Coo It located on high rolling[ pine land. There are orange groves and pleasant C..t'; ;? \\I 1,
    management. Newly furnished drives in the There fifteen miles of C
    Under entire new vicinity. are some shell road about the H !,
    quiet and comfortable. Electric lights and bells. Croquet, tennis and town making it a paradise for riders. The unitary arrangements are of the I,
    Good fishing and boating. Special table d'hote dinners latest and most Improved. The hotel Is lighted by electricity and heated with I "
    bowling alleys. steam, while In every room Is an open fireplace. Thoie has been an addition I.
    table with fresh vegetablesfrom t.
    the
    We eupply I
    served every day at 0 I p. m. of seventy-live rooms with private baths, are single or *n suite The cuisine
    our own garden; fresh eggs and chickens from our own poultry will bel kept at a high standard. A first-class livery stable connected The I
    yard good rich cream from our own cow*. Pay us a visit. Within milk and cream Is supplied by a private dairy of Jersey cows. Vegetables are I + I
    ; the Ostrich Farm. Yew 'phone .W. from the home farm. The water Is. supplied from an Artesian well.' Terms tt v f f
    of
    two blocks $J per day'and upward. Special to families. For further Information address o fI

    C. W. RIPLEY Manager, Hotel College Arms DeLand, Fla. t F L I
    Rlpley's Summer Resort The Slpplcan/ ) Marlon Mass, t I
    Hotel JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
    VIEW II
    GRAND .
    a 'T r1 v's ( !t It 1+ I ;,

    Union Station; three blocks from new Post Office aol UOCJU..lfOI'.
    Hotel to
    Nearest centrally located on Forsyth street between Located at BAKNO, three quarters' of a wile south of KAU ALLIES,' ;,
    Government Buildings; KLOHIOA, on the Kau Oallle Klver. less than half a mile from the
    high\ and spacious grounds. Very pleasant THE PLAZA HOTEL
    and streets, on
    Bridge Clay ROCKLKDOE FLA.
    ,
    Indian lllver and two and a half miles from the Ocean. The property 6
    Office and Dining Room, also large and airy sleeping apart- ,
    Parlor, In two hundred miles south of Jacksonville, on the Florida Kant; Coast
    ments single or en suite, well and newly furnished with Modern Im- This handsome new hotel located on the bank of the beautiful Indian River,
    with the Itallroad Station
    Electric Bells, Hot and Cold Water Baths, etc. Popular In the heart of the far-famed Indian River orange region Is now open for the Hallway, adjoining the property. Ifulhilngg I'.'
    provements; E. II. SANBORN, Proprietor.HOTEL reception of guests. A more delightful and attractive locality cannot be erected 181)6.<5 and Home of them have never been occupied; the orig
    Prices., imagined than Rockledge; with Its beautiful walks romantic scenery, bearing inal owner having died a few month after their completion.The .
    orange; groves; fine boating fishing und hunting. Rooms with private hotel wall opened for about two month prior to the owner'
    JACKSONVILLE, FLA. bath. Rates $J.'iU per day awl upwards. Special weekly rates death, and has not been ullerln,8./ All the building were erected m

    OXFORD, Opposite St. James Hotel. 8. II. PECK Manager. the most substantial manner and are now in excellent condition. The

    comfortable and hotel and cottage are completely/ furnished, and very little of the furniture
    commodious
    rooms
    homelike ConvenIent to all parts ssaPfeSSSSSSttSJSMRS.! NEW ROCKLEDGE HOTEL ON INDIAN IUVKU.Opened has ever been used. There are two artesian/ well, twenty cisterns

    ant stay' Rates very December 1(1.MtractioDs ( connected with ewer etc.
    sonvllle. The property cost the original/ owner $18,000 and will be sold at a I
    Full-bearing ten miles river
    orange livery bicycling (
    grove,
    M. O. FINLEY Propr.
    sacrifice./ The above /
    cut fairly the
    represent property.For + i
    drive) bowling alley, boats for fishing and ducking, flee excursions on
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    particulars apply to or scMresii, 'I
    launch to point o(interest Rates $2.SO: to *;.J per day. Special weekly. I
    EZKA IIA'IC1I.. Hon. D. L. GAULDKN: WM. A. WAKNOCK
    Remember the ADVOCATE does Job Printing. Correspondence solid ted. Caretaker on premises. Attorney for Owner Agent for O"no'r. t..
    h. P. SHARES A SON, Proprietors. Eau!: Oallle, Florida. Titusvllle Fla. Jamaica, N. Y.







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    East Coast TouristsInterested CLEVELAND AND THE FISH. DEWEY IN -JACKSONVILLE.Tomorrow BOBBINS & GRAHAM Carroll & Goldsmith

    In ART OHJKCTS: and ,
    Grover Cleveland the only Democratic Saturday, the 24th will .
    should
    1 SOUTHERN SOUVENIRS theJACKSONVILLE President seated since the Civil War, be a great day for Jacksonville. Admiral GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All Kinds
    of
    visit the jewelry shops ...La ors... ,
    ""
    but not the only one elected, is charmed I George Dewey and wife, in response to a ;y ,
    with the East Florida Atlantic Coast cOl'dlullnvltallon extended by the Board Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicit d.

    tccn c a; W cV noction of Florida, and declares there is of Trade, will visit Jacksonville on the WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND TITUSVILLE, :' FLORIDA.Lesley .
    more chance for outdoor sport there In date mentioned above, and receive the
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    : ;, PALM BEACH, the winter season than can bo found honors that city Is eager to shower upon UNITED STATES COURTS. - ---:
    :1T. AUGUSTINE.I anywhere In this country, says the JnckKonvlllo them. The hero of two wars will be
    -- ------- Metropolis The dlHtlnRiilnhed given such an ovation as baa never been fe Mct10wL.- -
    gentleman: has been trying/ his luck for a extended to any other man by the citizensof ..
    ..THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,,. week or two at Hulling, and says the fish Jacksonville. An elaborate programhas Abstracts of Title
    down there are more accommodatingthan been prepared and competent committees (Successors to LOSLET, RENAKER &CO.)

    Asso's the waiters in the hotel, as they appointed to look after every; .
    Brewing
    gather; in great schools and fight) for the detail. The naval-military parade Will Furnished lands In Brevard and Dade Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies Rums, Gins and Whiskies

    bait on his hook. They evidently know be an attractive feature of the occasion, Counties.We ,
    Famous St.I/onlH Keg and Hot. who Grover l in, and that It Is not every and every one who can do so should witness .] Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout. -----

    Clod Jtoer. ex-President that (elves: them chance to It. The local military companieswill
    ,, Bold by Mean I/nHloy & Motlow, bite at bait. The (llnny tribe of all species ) also grace the occasion, and it is A, First-class Line of Cigars. ..* Billiard and Pool Tables.
    j ntunvlllo 1<'h.. can be caught on the East Coast at expected that several of the secret orders have a large list ofLIANRS Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to

    By Mr. 11. \.J.i'uokerCocorondFort. Motlow Oiooa Kin this season of the year with ease, and will don their uniforms and add to the orders. Cash must accompany your order LOSLEY <& MOT LOW, Titusville,mall Kla
    Hy Mr. W Pierce Fla. especially, by Democrats, as everything : attractiveness of the parade. The whole : ,
    is Democratic In Florida. The fish were State of Florida joins with JacksonvilleIn \ -- --- -=
    much at failure to honoring the hero of Manila and
    ZAPF disappointed Bryan's ,
    t JOSEPH Protect Your
    Interview them. It Is gratifying to know hopes that he will live long to enjoy the owned by ourselves and clients. Price INSURANCES FIRE I IIxcNES ?
    that Mr. Cleveland is enjoying himself fruits of victory he so gallantly won In Property Against ,
    Sole Agent. In our State, and finds so much good 18'JS.\ for unimproved lands $3.00 to $100.00per _
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    sport. While President, he viitlted Jack : : : : .
    610 to 020 West Bay Street, sonville and the East Const, which Is Building .Tettloa. acre.
    more than other President ever did I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies >nd the JHutiml Life
    .
    any Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety: Bonds of
    and than President prob- R. G. Ross who has the City
    JACKSONVILLE, FLA. more McKinley Capt. a contractor
    Invest. Safe & Co. of
    ably will ever do.Ve., however would done a deal of work along the East WE have a few Residence, Orange Deposit Surety Philadelphia Pa.
    !live him a warm welcome whether the Coast-Including ,the building of the For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CIIAS. S. SCHUYLER
    JOHNSON LAW COMPANY Cast Coast fish would or not. Palm Beach pier-Is getting along nicely Grove and. Pineapple Properties in desirable Titusville Ma.

    CELEBRATES IllS 1HHTIIDAY. withe his jetty work at the mouth of the locations. Prices Reasonable.
    St. Johns 1'1 ver. Already he has unloaded -
    Ex-President Grover Cleveland was at several vessels and others
    are expected -
    EDISON LALANDE, Jupiter on l Sunday, and he celebrated daily with rook which will\' be utlici- INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.

    SAMPSON:::; NO. 2, his OUh birthday. Messrs. D. Lamont ent to keep the work going without a OFFICES'; TITUSVILLE
    Joseph JefTerHon and A. Benedict helper! break from this source, and it Is believed 1 and MIAMI. TITUSVILLE, FLA.Is .

    and DRY BATTERIES, him to celvbfiiie. It. By all account they that If the weather Is good! that the prepared to furnish_ Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention
    1 FOR GAS ENGINE: IGNITION. enjoyed the vocation IrnmeiiHely. contract will\ be finished by early sum-
    paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.
    ..
    I. in<1 I'. East Coast Meat Market
    T. T. WETMOHE, Proprietor.
    JJ SASH, DOORS, BLINDS: p+ints, on, -----
    ,; Glass. lowest prices, anil quick shipments Indian River Htatu Hank. --- - .--- -- ----- -- ----------- ----
    UKO.: I II. FElt 4 ALD, !Sanford:! I G. P. DUREN, Agent.
    Florida In the clerk's office of the United\ a=

    ., !States:! Court,, Jacksonville, Wcdti silay. cfl .-
    mlfl'lIllIIovaral papers and orders were Just deceived
    WHAT TALIAFERRO IS DOING. --
    tiled for rrcord among them being the rig ii A c -
    I following: In the cane of E. T. Wilson, c::> wA ,
    Senator, James P. Tullaferro, of Florda receiver IIr the Indian River State Bank -

    has presented to the Senate petit. a notice 41 uilinit documents notice 1 I A::
    Ion of the railway mall clerks, of Jacksonville of motion for a rule for the productionof \ +
    Flu., In support of the piiHuigef curtuin paper, was filed. The write -
    JeglHliitlon, providing/ for the clitst.ifiea- of Injunction and. subpoenas' were returned -
    \ lon of clerks In first and second; class iu the suit I of I''. Q. Blown, trustee, \\'b L. cC .A New Line of Stoves.
    c,2I
    lostolficcs. The petition has been referred vs. D. Holmes, were leumiod. I:: y .
    to the committee ev
    on postoulceB In -
    and post roitdn.' I=::
    \' t The l Senator line also presented to the For Willows and Orphan TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

    Senate a petition of citizen of Uereftford Four hundred dollars have been forwaideil -
    e, Full lino of Electrical Supplies. Fla. asking for the repeal of the stamp '. by the Jacksonville committee,

    ij JOHNSON LAW CO. on tax upon and proprietary cosmetic" medicines Referred, )perfuinrle to the- to 1 the Mansion House, London, for the George Peeples... .As. :IeJI'Ca: : : : D t3L SON.
    + Fund set apart for widows and orphansof
    I =L1 &51 W. Forayth St. Jacksonville Fla.
    committee on finance. British soldiers In the South Africanwar.
    ll. has also PI'es..nta,1pet.t.lon\ from Old Olbnon Tillsnl i tII.door
    The Jacksonville\ committee are ... TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
    ' the citizens of Orange City I Kla.. building;, next
    HOTELS BOARDING HOUSESAND for the enactment asking define waiting to hear from other BrltlsheVsand to Carruth- _________________
    legislation to friends of the British who reside in ors' barber shop -
    OTHERS legal marriage, and to provide for the Floilda. Washington Ave. TITUSVILLE, FLA.

    unlshmentof polygamy eto. This petition Tlnsnaithtng Roofing Guttering a a Chas. A. Gardner,
    has been referred to the committee
    It 011 the j judiciary CHURCH NOTICES. and all kinds of repair work promptly FUNITURE,

    attended to. STOVES!:!,

    FOR BEST RESULTS, use only nitro Archdeacon B. F. Brown will\ hold service .Work from down the River solicited. DRY GOODS MATTINGS.THOMPSON'S. '

    t powder shells. If your dealer does not at TltUHville, Sunday next-morn- GLOVE FITTING
    them In stock have log ami evening.
    him
    carry regularly/
    AND R & (CORSETS..
    order you a sample lot of the Florida Services at the Presbyterian church MAINHARD BROS., BUTTERICK PATTERNS I

    rb yon..n Turtle want Fresh.eto and! totl.II.MELTONtYholesale Bait water Flnh,Ovuteri: ., Hardware Co., Jacksonville.The Sunday Mar. \25/ ling) ) : Sunday school at WALL PAPER, ,

    I '., and Retail Flah{. and H.tor Company foot 0:45 a. m., preaching at 11, song and KID GLOVES,
    ..f Ocean it.,and City Mark Jacksonville, Fla. 8t..bll' Cocoa, praise service at 7:15: p. m. Gleaning and Dyeing, SHOES,

    ''iI TRUNKS,

    , Thc : Of the Florida E.ist Coast Steamship\ GOING DOWN HILL.-People suffering -
    J.c"vc-y Company, which has been undergoing from kidney kiseases! feel a gradualbut Establishment, 12 Newnan St., Clothing a . . Titusville Fla.

    (1O AVcst Bay St Jacksonville, xtenslvo repairs In Jacksonville for the steady loss of vitality. They should cleaned, dyed repaired and pressed.
    past three months nrmore, was put backn loose no time In trying Foley's Kidney JACKSONVILLE FLA.
    t FINE the water 'Tuesday from the South Kidney Cure.. It Is guaranteed. B. R. I JOHN R. WALKER !
    acksonvllle and she will be competed
    ways Wilson & Son.: ,
    Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 1n a week or two nays the Even- r rJTlio: Tlix-oo "VhJo N

    leg News. Many improvements have APRIL>> SAILINGS. Furniture, Ice Cream Parlor. I
    t' Anheuser-Busch Extra Pale on Draught. been made to the Cocoa, and when ready' ; --
    tr Fine Cold Lunch Served Daily. to> sails for Miami she will be an entirely
    The best of Service and a pleasant quiet different I vessel than when she came! here i Splendid Service to New York by O. 8.8. Co. WHY KILL YOUR MOCKING BIRD Millinery, Soda Water,

    sesort. JOHN F. MUNCH, Mgr. These Improvements have coot several The Ocean Steamship: Co. (Savannah with| stale food, when yuu can
    / thousands of dollars and they have been Line) has Increased their sailings to buy the Southern Home Mocking Bird Dry Goods (Fount and bottles.)
    I of f such nature as to make her a first- five ships each week from Savannah to Food fresh every d.ty at25o; per lb.; sent ,
    "JUST FAR ENOUGH NORTH" clallll passenger and freight vessel and New York, and sailing\ days' are Mondays, anywhere lUo extra to pay freight. Cigars & Tobacco.Confectionery .

    KNJOV'YOUii BUM MBit: OUTING AT one of the (list and most substantial ofthe Tuesdays Wednesdays, Fridays and WHY suffer from CHILLS & FEVER Notions, etc.

    -HOTEL fleet owned by this company. She Saturdays of each week. In April there when you can get a bottle of : : etch
    -VICTORY, will ply bet ween Miami. and llavana, and will be 21 sailings to New York In 25 Chom.ut' Chill and Fever Tonic, "Star Building."
    ;' _- ., Wjl-iit-ln-Hayl.le will take up her run as soon as complot- days. PnAsenfters. can purchase tickets to euro for 500. guaranteed ("at the old stand.")

    !j LAKKKRIEO., !: ell.L from any Railroad ticket agent, and the Give me a call. Polite and courteous attention. Mail orders receive prompt
    --;S; "1.-1:: ", The World'. trip IN very delightfully; broken by the WHY flutter from a splitting HEAD- and careful attention. Yours
    for
    , t 6i-; _. JjtriCeHt. lllOHt PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FIT- short rail ride and two days by sea on ACHE when you can get a bot- business, JNO. R. W ALKE1 .

    I m.r lintel Cool,delightful- ,al,alrnomiilil chxrullnIf. clmnue nun. ting. 'fin roof and metal work. one of the palatial, steamships of this tle of Thomas' Headache Cure, that. will -- -------------
    mire .water no inomiultntni; "I hilt," bimtlnfc, GEO. II. KKKNAI.D, Sanford, Fla. line. From New York to Savannah cure you in short order for 100.
    , thing Innumerable Imthlnir! IIlIt"torl"an there will be six sailings each week or II. R. THOMAS
    manta large band and urcluwrrA. '
    ':, 5(1( acre lawn,service; and onnlna nnmiriiaHiieilt; Dearth of Mr. Itahner. soiling every week day. Chemlst.lDrujtglst.\ La Villa. Pharmacy. GAY BROTHERS
    I All white HttrVa,,"" IUi.ti.m/ to f A.IMI per. day, The Florida office, '.>.>! W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.liiliil.
    I III 00 to ':a! Per week,olmap family rate. June Jacksonville, will have on sale for roomIng .
    i I WO to K<'I't. 15. Beniitlfnl. folder,Of 0., by mull. We have received the sad Intelligenceof ,
    I Address T. W. MoCreary Oen'l Mnnnicer, the death of Mrs. J. )). Ralmer, wife the return travel from Florida two
    TN !Monroe street, TOLKIH.OHIO. ot the assistant thirds of the rooms of all the ships, and PALATKA, FLORIDA.
    After June lat, I'nt-lo-Iluy,Ohio. general passenger agent choicest GROCERS.
    will be to position to give the
    \ ot the F. E. C. Railway, !St.:! Augustine.
    Mrs. Rahner died In Kansas City on Saturday i accomodatlons, and everyone calling
    You a crop of Early' Vegetables there may feel assured of a room or berthas
    HAVE afternoon. Mr. Rahner was on Ve make a Special Feature of our
    J': oranges, Pines, etc., to ship P his way to attend her In her illness, hav-I their wants may require. A letter to
    log been informed of the dangerous condition thIs ollloe will bring you sailing schedules
    We Mail Order
    can use your consignments to advan folders
    and
    of her health but he did not reach descrlptlves prompt answers Department.
    tage. We will please you. Stencils on that city until after the death of his wife. to Inquiries. This Is splendid y 4q.

    application. Correspondence solicited. She has been In delicate health for sometime service, and the magnlHclent cuisine,
    and and Knowing how difficult It Is In some localities to GOOD GROCERIES
    and the sweet airy rooms get
    gen
    I KAISER and had Kansas In the N a3e
    BROS. to City
    I' gone HEAP, families can send their orders tilled
    eral good treatment accorded the patrons a us with the assurance of having' them
    Wholesale Commission hope of obtaining beneficial treatment.
    Merchants of this line makes It deservedly popular promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory.We .
    Knoxville The heartfelt sympathy of a wide circle
    Tenn.
    with the visitors to Florida and the carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House in East Florida, and hale
    ot friends !goes out to Mr. Rahner and articles not found In
    his family In their bereavement. Mrs. public !generally. For any Information, many usually other and smaller houses.
    and for berth reservation, write or call tr: SEND FOR OUR' PRICE LIST.
    CANCER Rahner had a host of friends In St. Augustine -
    CURED at HOME. where she on Walter Hawkins, General Agent, 221 ___ _
    was very popular. ; ------------ -----n _____ __ -
    / West Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla.

    I 31 ><> KNIFK, NO 1AIN. ASU, DOORS AND BLINDS.- Florida I E. -WADDELL

    ., Sand for free book. Addreiu, Hardware Co., Jacksonville.The VISIT/ the most peculiar And InterestIng ,

    Cancer Sanitarium sight In America. Miami Cfty and Dade County _
    i BELLEVIEW, FLOHIDA.j Fish C..e.
    THE FLORIDA.OSTRICH .
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    Judge Jones kindly explained the
    .r -"' !j HEARS TAYLOR, effect of his decision In the fish case to a
    i .- j representative of this paper. Ills decls- Farm For catalogue and price addressB.W.JEROME
    :3i-fJ I fj. Artesian WellCONTRACTORS SIOl1 does not throw the door open to -A select list of-
    .. 'I seining. The Osceola special act is unconstitutional ,
    -: ...AI'1!. \ I because it fixed a Buy niHCU> JlC :J.opc..ty;
    greater JACKSONVILLE. I tockledge, Flo.. Agt., for Brevard Co. ,
    than the state law does, thus
    I i 1-j I penalty *
    ( ; I throwing the trial of cases Into the curcult Agent for City Lots, Fruit and Vegetable Tracts of all sizes for investments. Prospbate and

    :'K\ '_.&1 Eau Gallie, Fla. court instead of the lower courts. East Coast for the Globe Gas Engines. ORANGE GROVE LANDS on West Coast.
    The Oitceola act of 180! makes the max 1 ht
    mum penalty *:\\110(> or one year. The Paris Exposition For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for
    ,I general act of 180!) makes it *:>OO or six ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS,
    TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. I months. The Osceola act therefore isnconttltutlonal. Mme. Dietz diplomee In French and Fertilizers, Chicago, Ill. Chicago, HL

    But the state law still German and expecting to go to Paris In Avenue D. over Dank MIAMI FLORIDA.
    The following are the times of arrival prevails, and seining Is still unlawful.Cisslmmee .- .'une.' would act as chaperone to those -
    , and departure of paaitetigor"' trains to and Gazette. desiring to visit the Exposition. No
    , from Tituaville: rr yJ charge beyond the actual cost of the trip. 2=3. E. MIMS:: Tr. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.DEALER .

    OCTH HOUND. ThoBMnd of Cattle Dying. Mme. Is experienced iu foreign travel INS.v .
    and would give the highest reference.for .
    T at!a:KI p.m -
    q Leave TltutTllle for Miami and I 4 iM.! pan ability and integrity. Apply Sea
    t Our Bovine :
    InturuieiArrive Hate point f u: :Itpm"VM correspondent says Breeze P. O.
    : *.'" The high water last fall and all winters s -
    I from" Jacksonville SanrordNORTIinOUND.- .. "lay: / .... causing cattlo to die in Osceola county Q;) s= :::::2a
    I by the thousands. From St. John's For Sale. __ CO
    Marsh[ to Savage postofHce there is a 4 .
    1 !8:10: p.m C ... -
    Leave Tltucrllla for JackiionrlUe, 9Inaadtnterwed.atepolota I PIII continuous sight of dead cattle._ 14 acres choice land, at Georgian, I .
    h- ea7pn: Nearly 800 eljtuntlo birds UndlnR 8 to 10 feet fronting Indian and Banana Rivers, part.- r b.a
    j.. a-n.jT:00aiu high! wvlKblnx! 215<)to 44W pounds each. Ostrich
    , for Sanford : !: HAVE YOUR DEALER order you one r-ba: eggs.ostrich titling and baby 08.rlcb. ly cultivated. $1,100.00; terms to suit. .
    , of Avery's high-wheel hand garden; Address,
    i :PReading notice ads. this Co. Ollld.rt vlalton through the farm explaining COCBTLASTD BCCKMAX,
    on Hardware
    page Plows from the Florida all about the bird,tneirinmu.hablu
    .I!I are live cents per line per week. state agent. plumage. sta' 32 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. AJ GENERAL REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS, BLACKSMITUING, Ere.g .

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