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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 30, 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
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System ID: UF00075918:00065
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VOL- ao. NO. 5. TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA FllIDAY, MARCH $0( 1OOO. PRICE, 5o.

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LOCAL NEWS Judge: V. L. Gaulden was In Jack- -Attorney A. D. Penney loturnod -Vico-I'rosi lent J. R. Pimotr, of theF. DEWEY IN JACKSONVILLE.Saturday 1'11111hotels., West Palm Beach; tho

sonville a dayor so this week. homo the first of the week from a visitto E. C. U'y, was viewing/ the beautiesof -- Neptune house, Neptune, the Nethorby,

> And Top let* of General Interest. -After spending/ a couple of weeks or Jacksonville. Palm hunch on Saturday. March 24th was a great Kdou ;, and tho White's 1'IIIZIan Cottage,I Now, Rocklodgo.M Kooklrdgntiotolc .

so in New York, Mr. Julius Kline has -Mr. John B. Russell jr,of Iliitford', --Ur. and Mrs. Dlbol, of New York day for Jacksonville. Admiral George
returned to Titusville. i Conn., still remains: at Rockledgo with who have been upending the winter at Dewey the whrld-taun: +.l hero of Manila\ :tnagor Cook of the Now Hotel Uo o-
I Society and General Gossip In connectionwith his fine yacht Cocoa passed tluough hero, 'Tuesday. accompanied by his talontad and charming land, Jacksonville, seems to go around
lilsoiiyne Hay Luke Worth, liullnii, -The flue orange trees at Rockledge l en route home. wife, ,'oll"l.llnlo tho union depot at with a ,genial smllo on his countenance
Banana ami Halifax: Rivers, Key. M'en* which are covered with bloom U a sight -Judge and Mrs R. It. Lalmbooi', of 10JO:! n. m, amid tho bonmlugof cannon Well he may, cansldrilng ho has had his
tourists should not miss. Brooklyn N" Y. who several -Mr. Chna.. R. billiard who has boon hotel filled .
and all other Important Point along the spout tho stirring attains of tiuixlo nUll the from basement to MUd sever.al
week nt llockledge have l left for home down at Pilin Bench for it while, passed. times this.
tart Coast of Florida. Brief mention -Mr. Frank (I. Pauor, representing wild hurx-ia of the nssemblod thousands, winter Pooplo know a ,
The Judge made some flue catches of through here, yesterday\ en route homo from the /good house when they Ilnllt, and aoxqu.ilnt '
Admiral
Interesting. Events from Venous 1'urtn Grilling iron.I of Macclenny was a caller When tho stopped oar S'
Hah while Indian River to J I\ckllonl 1110. their' .
on lends the
of the World I About Peopleoa Knowand at this office on Wednesday.Messrs. s onto the platform tht'L.o was another : of fact

People Ton I>....'& Know- Picked F. W. J. 1 Hazle- I Contractors J. A,. McG utro and J. A. Among those who arrived) at tho Indian enthusiastic outburst of npphuiao, anti 1\1\ rll. A. J. Walker mays shin bins hart

up by Our Society Editor and n large staff wood- and .J.C. M.Naothlng of New YOL'k.have McDonald recently spent the day with River hotel, TllusvlUo, yesterday before Ills", carriage'' could be .roaohud some of the nicest people tho states
of Correspondents ,scattered along the ._ Lallln their old friend, Mr. O. D. Seavey at were: lilac M. L. Boyce tind< Miss\ Lytlo many had pressed forward nhd grasped. staying. with hor since she-' opened thoVVepttnoieland
south far
Kant Count of Florida. gone on a cruise as ns Magnolia Springs hotel which Is the of Pittsdurit; Miss K Koouoy.. I Boston' ; the lit-io'a", hand. 'Iho pninde fiom the hotol ."cksl\uvilie-moro

Miami. first hotel they built In Kloilda.Rev. Miss I''. hiirlo, Jacksonville; E: lJ 'I'1\Yu depot to hit wlndnoi hotel. while not, a so. I bun ever hefoio. Tho guests aoom to

TIlE ADVOCATE, -After a visit of A couple of weeks( at tor, I II L UoiiJ.unlii Thuui.kii (Holmes, mammoth' ulT.ilr. .., was ono or( pleasinglivteieHt. / appreciate, a cozy honm-liko place ant al'
L. l F. Hlndry and wife of Palm
,
in advance. fort White Mr. and,I Mrs J. W. Dalianllno New Yolk ; A U Gimett, Philadelphia. A handsoma carriage drawn the Westmoreland keeps filled oOlU'lYI( all
$1.50 per I\nnum. returned their homo Bench were pasaengeis, on 1IIon.I"y'snOL.thhound by four snow-whtto hoist's was awaiting
h to at the .
Co :tvo tlll1'hls la an Indication that Mrs.
1.00 six months, train en route Jacksonville -rll. noticed the olognnt displayIn
to \vo
:bouienllle\ N. J. you the Admiral and'I those who were to ao0'impuny Walkorlangood hotel IIIIIo."erell"an.1. t
$2.00 per au. to foreign countiies. to attend wedding. The \Rev. the windows of the Eagle Clothing him In tho 'paindu. Mayor know
-Mr. and Mis., C. W. Bl.ikuslee! who Mr. Illudry Is lector of the Palm Bench : Store? In one window la an artlctlcally llowden 1V. L. Wnio und Copt darneruceupied exactly hues to on'ertalu her nu- it
.
have been the winter at Rock- church.Do of while In 1I1t1I'IotIlOlllll./
spending Episcopal 1 arranged ilispl.iy clothing' this with the Admiral
Reading notice ads. are ten cents carriage '
cr: here Monday en I shlits und hats 1'iopilolor II. W. of, the Duval
through pOrL'Y"
ledge, passed / the other window Mpilug TIle mounted \ headed the
+ polloo
line on this no fall to remember the fact that 1)1'00"
por page. route to their homo In New Haven, Conu. there are two line hotels still at me arranged to catch the eye. See their "Ion. followed by the band. Dowry's oar. hotel facing (the postotllco\ Jacksonville
A. D. paid a visit to open says a gioat many people' thought he opened
-Attorney Penny ad -till
on our page.thsngeof Col well und tbo
Lieutenant
Cocoa yesterday -Mr. and Mrs.Henry Bradley, of Potomac Htckiedgo-llotel Plaza and the New llago, putty, his bousu lather. late In the season. ; but;
Md., after a visit of several weeksat Rockledge./ The orange trees are now marriage containing/ Mra. Dewey and I the he know what ho was abbot, aa. ho Is well "
-Do not fall to look through our Itockledge, have returned homewards. covered with bloom, and are well wotthteeing. Siliviliile.A ladles' composing the comnilttmi! of reception known to tho traveling publlo. A clean

advertising columns and profit thereby.We While at Rocklodge, Mr. Bradley hauledIn this mombors nt tho Boaid of! and. neatly-kept houan. good/ binds an excellent 1
a great many ol the tinny tiibe. change of schedule went Into effecton Trade and the Wilson Battery. Those table and I civility\ with good attendance .
send nna paper free to all our -Mr. J. M. Randall who has boon niado the principal features of the ,
advertisers. When the ad. la discontinued -Sheriff Jos. P. Brown of this place, spending the winter at Nassau: Palm the Florida East Count Railway on up & will always till! a house like the)

the ADVOCATE is also discontinued. was around town Tuesday, with u gen Beach and Eau Gallic was a passenger Thursday, when trains No. tt.t: passing parade.When the Admiral reached tho hold Duval. It has. boon filled, and kept so
,
]12:13: :\ siuihbounH'
lltusvillo at :
I through since tho house
ial-looking countenance caused by n on yesterday's northbound. train, 01 hiswly there was another extraordinary demonstration opened
here
present of a line, 131b gill from his wife. to Magnolia Springs, Fla. The and No. 28, which passes through by the people who had thiongoit/ The College Anna. Hotel, DeLand under -
-Mr. John Prendel traveling northbound withdraw
passenger at 5J7:: were
agent of the-Ocklawaha River steam The :Shout has been receiving hearty ADVOCATE: follows him the I''IZZIan.1'' sidewalks In their oagei. the management of that genla'( and
In the congratulations.Mr. ------- to the man whom they delighted : well known gentleman Mr. 0. W. Rip-
era, bas been down the East Coast -Mr. Daniel S. DeVlnne of the IeVinuo ness see
Interests of his company. Samuel Smith, a well-known Presn one of New Yoik's big U..I of Mn Mi'ltor. to honor. Then for ono hOllr.thE're was I Icy, has had one of the most successful

winter visitor to the East Coast for some Diluting/ establishments. sbt ppod over a grand l reception In which much handshaking seasons since Its. opening. The new addition
-Mr. A. Brady, of City Point was a 1 elaborate which was recently built, adds
arrived at Rockledge this. week here from Tuesday until Wednesday on Mellor was Indulged. After an
years, Mrs Eliza Mellor wife of John 11.
pleasant caller at this office on TuesdayIn greatly to the beauty both liisldo amt
of Hotel luncheon was' nerved the naval and
his his flue
after enjoying the hospitalities to pineapple plantation IDIK
way died la Chicago on March 0,
the evening he interesting outside of this This
lecture the Mathematics gave of Laborat loyall'alm. Miami for some time past. at Bay View Ills friends are always Mr. Mullor nod wife will bo re mom be red military escort accompanied the distinguished hotel. much liked popular the hostelry.golfers largenumbers
upon Mr. Smith halls from Cumberland, Ind. pleased to see bill genial countenance onIndian as old residents of Eau U.IIIn\ this / visitor to the armory, where the by
Courthouse.Mr. the link .
the out to
going dally *
Admiral reviewed the inllltai) force
River. Mr. DeVlnne has CO acres here : ,
-The ADVOCATE acknowledges the county, having spent their winters One of tho attraction of this
Ball Gallle's set in 13: of which under whom bo complimented very highly. principal
Geo. F. Paddison pines, acres are for Mr. Mellor nnd wife
of invitation from the Jacksonville many years. the line drives In and about
receipt Tho above In merely an epitome of the ,place, are
well-known merchant is a firm be- Board of Trade to attend the cover.. He expects to make a big shipment have been married llfty-alx: yours and he DoLand which
liever in advertising. Do not fail to read of pineapples the coming season.Mr has the deep sympathy of his iiutuyfriends events that transpired while 1 Dewey wall are thoroughly enloyfldby
celebl'I t1'n. The pink of tho Great i I.
paper praise *
Dewey In Jacksonville still they to show many guests.
; !go
of his the ad. piloted on.thisweek'ssupplement' \ Florida. was represented In 'the pioceaslou I Henry III. Flagler and party, both here and In Chicago. the warmth with which tho hero was given to the cuisine of till house which

ADVOCATE.If by Mr. J. O. Walton who accompanied consisting of Capt. E. W. Van O: Lucas received and the pleasure which the Is! excellent. Winter visitor to Florida f

you want to buy a small orange Ex-Ooveiuor Fleming in the third and son, Mrs. Lucas and Ms| Kenan of MARRIED. people deilved! ns a insult of his visit. should\ not leave before visiting thl

grove and winter ,icsldence write to Mr. carriage. Wilmington, N. C., panned through In concluding It affords us much pleasure bountiful I loaort.

Wm. M. Merwln, Rockledge, Fli.: who -Col. C. P. Ilorton and Mr. T.Wattson Tltusvllle earl Monday morning In Mr.Iallier's to say that much cl edit Is due (.tell t. On Thursday evening about forty
will sell you one at a cheap rate. lIe Merrill two prominent and well-known private car. They were on Last evening, at 7:110:: were united In J. II. Bland and Lieut. Cromwell Gibbons poopln." Including guest of the Hotel
has more houses and groves than he can members, Canaveral Club who have heir way to Ormond, where the mom- the holy bonds, of matrimony, 111 r. W. F. of tho Florida naval mllilln; And Roaeliind. and residents of Jacksonville,

find time to look after them. been enjoying tho fishing at Miami, fora lug wan spent driving through the linm Jlbb and Miss. Jackie Rico. The wedding l. Capt. T. C. Watts, of the Jacksonville gave a dance\ In honor of Mv. K. G. Cook,
mocks. In the afternoon the Daytona took place MI the residence. of !Mr. (Kitles for their exertions In of the hotel. It Mr.Cook's .
untiring proprietor was
-Mr. and lira. J. S. Johnson, of Bal couple of weeks or so, passed through /
drive was taken. From Oiniond, they and MM. 'V. A. Fanner and the nuptial
timore, Md., who have been In Floridafor here, yesterday, on their way home to helping/ to arrange) the program and blitlulay and his friend desired
several weeks were Boston. They made their headquarters went to St. Augustine. Mr. Flagler then knot was tied by I the Rov. John A. bringing It to so successful an Issue. to surpilao him with a dance, say the) 1

Friday's northbound past train,passengerson en route at the Royal Palm while at !Miami.\ left for New York, but la expected at Hughea, Miss\ Blanche Bouknlghttoctlng, "\ Not In years has experienced Evening New. So about forty of them
to Jacksonville where they expected to Palm Beach tomorrow as bridesmaid and Mr J. L. Wright IIH such a delightful oocimlon nor munifestod gathered at the botch and Indulged In an I
Mrs. A. Becker Montreal!\ Canada, bout After receiving the heaity' ,
week homo. -Capt. W. A. Coster of man. so sinoeio an expression of public onjoyablo < dunce.' During the evening
returning manager
stay a or so ere '
,
and City Point, Flu., was a pleasant visitor congratulations, of several of.I heir lends, beautiful
Canaveral Club finished his labors for regard as that which she showed to '11'. Cook was presented with n
-Commodore and Mrs. F. V. Hughep, to town on Mond.iy. Mrs Becker's the season on Monday and came over to the happy pair adjourned to the Indtiu Dewey onSatnrdaylimit. Admiral Dewey, American flag. At 11 o'olook the guest I
of New York who have been spending lends i are always glad to see her In Tit aville. Mrs. ()Curtiss tho housekeeper River hotel, where Manager Hast )prepared we will bo glad to welcome you again. repaired to the ,dining room, where a

several weeks at, the Royal Palm, Miami Titusville. Mrs.. Becker who owns A also came over. Capt. Coster will the wedding mippcr. refreshing repast was served. After
expect to leave for bt. Lucie this week. fine orange/ grove at City Point managed join hU friend Mr. F A. Hodgman, on The bride) Is the daughter of one of Lecture. at the Court 11 mine. supper dancing was continued until the ,
From that place they will cruise up to to dispose of 11 few of her building lots board his launch Wavelet and they will our old and reliable residents, Capt. U.II. small liour of the morning, when all

Rockledge Tltusvllle and other points to !Mr.\ E. L. Brady and Mr. 8. F. Gray 1 reru n to Now York via the Inland waters. Rice. She Is a ehal'mlng'Iln,1 bright Mr. Adhemar Brady formerly of TI.< left, wishing r>lr. Cook, many more such
In their tine launch. while In town. /She will leave for Washington Mrs. CurtlMH will probably leave for her young lady who has n host of friends onIndian tusvllle, now residing. at City Point, happy birthday
next to spend a The U excellent lecture at the
about Tuesday Klvor. ) a popular delivered an
groom
-Mr. O. Pierre Havens of Jacksonville / home In Brooklyn N. Y.,, on Sunday Nearly every tourist to the Flat: Coast
af weeks ere returning home. man who holds the position of Court[ house Tuesday evening on the
couple ,
president of the Society for Prevention going by way of the Clyde steamer horn young know Manager/ H. W. Merrill of tho
Htntlnn.He Intends
the F E. C. of Labor. Mr.
day at Ry. Mathematics llnuly -
of Cruelty to Animals has received Joseph Jefferson arrived here from Jacksonville. We hope to see Captain operator' where he north day for Royal Palm, Miami, and all who know
at early
an Invitation from the Paris Ex Hobe Sound Saturday morning having Coster and Mrs. Curtiss down hero next furmeilyresidedinDaytona lends. going of an In certain local-, him ftpnak In high terms of him. To
has the
lecturing
position to attend the International Conventlon made the trip on board his launch and winter numerous purpose couple bill name with any hotel mean 1
the bust
The AIIV'OC.\TIC joins In wishing I ties on the same subject. Our
of the society to be held at the stopping over night at N. W. Pitts' pice populailty and success. Mr. Merrill U
of tho Hotel life of connubial bliss
Amongtlio guests Royal happy pair n long wishes attend biOI.AMONG .
Island. Mr. Cleveland and Mr., fortunate In associating with him.
Pitts tut l
exposition, July 10 to :21.! at Palm Miami this week were Mr. and and
prosperity
Lament did not coma with him, but will Chief Clerk Mr. Wm. MoAullffe who for
-A note from the Rev. J. T. Huntington Mrs. Wm. Harbour of Paterson, N. J., THE HOTELS. v
come here before they leave. Mr. Jefferson many yours tilled thl position at the St.
and and Mis. 1.1U..
Mr. of
who owns a tract of land and small Gardiner
reports that they had the greatest James, In Jacksonville. 'Die, annual Klor-
orange grove a few miles north of Titus. tlnhlng of their lives atOilbeit's liar' and Ridgewood N. J. Mr. Harbour(: Is con A GARDEN PARTY. White's Cottage Itockledge. Is still 1 ids visitor feel that there I I..* something

vllle, Informs us that he and his son, that Mr. Cleveland Is so enamored( withit nected with the biggest thread mills in open for the reception of guests. lacking unless (list' welcomed the state
the United and is the of
r>r. II. Huntlngton: have left Oiroond will there just as long as States son with thanks from Mr' MoAiilllT and 1 that
that he stay We nckn wl< Mrs T. E. Barbour one of Eau Gallfe'smust Where to along the East Coast.
for their homes In Hartford stop /
respective him to do Lake made Miami their Initial
It It possible for so.- Manager Jos. I' heaves of Hotel Alcazar I. lave stoppingdace
and
Conn., and New York city. Worth News. winter prominent residents. Ills brother-in-law highly respected Mr. St. Augustine the following Invitation See list of hotel on 7th page. hUT are pleased to l learn that. he

Read the ad. of V. E. Jacob & Co., -Mr. and Mrs. Orlando A. Jones of Gardiner Is comptroller of the East,Jer : lintel> Jacksonville, still seems IAN moved southward to meet them.

:311 W. Bay street Jacksonville, on our New York who have been spending the sey Water Co., and president of the Algonquin "Hie management of the Hotel Alcnznr to be popular stopping place fur tour. With the hotel, a* with the Individual
5th page. They are dealers In jewelry and Woolen Co After visiting Palm request the honor of the l presence sfs. there la. a constant growth. This I I. par

all kinds of musical goods and novelties, tuaville. Beach the above jovial party will be the of Mr. Clias. If. Walton at garden The Plaza hotel, Mt.Augustlna, Is still Icularlv noticeable lit the Royal Palm.

Edison Phonographs and graphophones, They made a host of friends while on guests) of Mrs. Harbour, at Eau Gallie, !party, to .be given In the Alnizir; Court, open for the reception of guests whom One Imagines that the acme. of beauty 1 I.

Write or give them a call when In Jack Indian River And we shall be pleased to for about a.week or so.MajorGeneral Wednesday evening March 3Htli." 1>11'.. Sanchez always gladly welcomes to surely ronohrd, when lo, there la some i
above affair/ fresh surprise. Tastefully arranged fern
the
sonville. Jones down here next As usual wait a grand her hospitable house.
see !Mr.\ and Mrs. Nelson A. Miles, success, and those who were fortunate and, palms have. added greatly to the appearance Yi
-Dr. and Mrs. J. W" Orlsard who winter: By-tbe-way. Mr. Jones IB now Commander-la chief of the armies of the enough/ to receive Invitations, were delighted Hotel Indian River, Knokledge, bos of the luxurious rotunda and
have been spending the winter in town the owner of Hotel. Indian River, the United States, was a guest of Hotel with for garden: party and the closed after a successful season.' Manoer the effect I III wonderfully heightened by

expect to have some relations with them land and the big orange grove at Rock- Royal Palm Miami on Monday. With reception accorded them by Manager /; H. I'roskey It'ft. Wednesday, for Jack.sonville the galaxy of beautiful woman and stately -

today viz: Mm. W. W. Drlakoll of ledge, formerly owned by We Mr. under M. F. him were Mrs. Mlle, Mr.' and Mrs. Wl- Greaves and his corps of able asulntaots.. and New York. gentlemen, who every evening gatherto
N. Y.
Chattanooga Tenn.; and Miss Lillian Dwyer of Brooklyn intends, making some borg of Plttsburg; Col. Albert A. Pope, Admiral Dewey was prevent, and he Mr. Joe Lorlmer, of the St. George enjoy the music, or to trip the) light

Bealoo, of Winchester Tenn They stand Mr. Jones Indian 1 River before of Boston; Dr. W. II. Daley of Pltta-. was much ilead with the entertain hotel, Ht. Augustine/ VMS a pleasant fantastic over thatgrand ball\ room iloor. f.
expect to remain In town a month or alterations to Hotel burg and Col. Henry II. Whitney, of ment. The decaratlons were very beau. caller at this office. on Monday lie Ute at &Miami I* essentially) out dour

more. next winter. Washington. The two last named are tiful and the electrical. emblems ensign, was on his way to Rockledge.( existence. No ono would, think of remaining q

-The DeLand News says: "Capt. J. Among the many families who have members of Gen. Miles'\stafT. Mrs. etc., were well worth seeing. There were Inside with such weather. It J'he
O. Walton of the INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE been guests of Merritt's Ratbbiio Hotel Wiborg la the daughter of Gen. and Mrs. many prominent men and beautiful women Illustrated folders of the fine East In the evening that the great family ,I

spent a couple of dl\Ylllo town this Jacksonville, this season, are a very Miles, and Col. Pope Is an old time friendof present and the garden party and Const hotels, etc., to be given away free father together, to exchange/ the exper-

week, a guest of the College Arms Hotel. pleasant family from Dayton OhioMr.and bis. Col. pope I Is well known as the dance was enjoyed Immensely. It wit at the ADVOCATE ofllce. Send two-cent ence* of the day, compare the size of t,

The Captain has his son, Claude a student Mrs. Edward Friend, Master Gordon head of the Pope Manufacturing Co., of strictly by Invitation. and all entrance stamp to pay postage. a the fish caught/ feats on the golf link 3

at the University and speaks very Friend, Miss Lucille Friend, and Mr. Hartford Conn., manufacturer of the to the Alcazar: court were closed to the The Algonquin hotel, Ht ''Auguatlne, and' the sight to be seen on the bicyclerun

highly of the institution, IU teachers and Friend's sister, Muse Kittle Friend of Columbia and Hartford bicycles. They general public. An ADVOCATE representative under the management of Mr. F. C.layden to Cocoanut Grove, Lemon City and
all its surroundings." Cincinnati! The family have made were on their way to Key West and Havana who was ,,,'eAllnt. said It wait has w'JK golden opinions. from other places. What an apparently end- ,
many excursions while staying at the and were quite a pleasant and one of the most delightful affairs he had ourlaU. this season owing to its many less. procession of beauty and !gayety,
-Mr. and Mrs. John A. Pillow and hotel not only tajilng the East Coast, affable party. attended In a long while. home comforts and good table grace and dignity, was the Royal Palm
son, of Montreal, Canada who have been but Nassau in the Bahamas, of which on Saturday. night when the house count
on a tour through the Mate passed they speak very highly and also the Manager Chan. A. Merritt, of Hotel was' about" :.tO.: Each:: train and steamer i iI. I
through Tltusville Saturday en routeto West Coast of Florida. Mr. Friend says Cohen trot,. to the Front Agnlu. FOR SALE:, on tlmo or ca. .h, all kind. lathbiin Jacksonville, report a big I..* bubbling over with an enthusiastic I

hotel Royal Polnciana Palm Beach. they all expect to remain until the end of sewing/ machines. All kind. of iiislnes. doting thIs so.iaun. As soon aahe crowd that. I.I filled with delight at the

They are'filends of Mrs. A. Becker who of the season abd then return borne delighted This popular dry goods house has machines repaired on short notice; rush of this. season I Is over he will tropical scene. awaiting them at Miami

owns an orange grove at City Point. Mr. with their treatm<(
Pillow Is president of the Pillow &; Hersey and what they saws Easter goods. Such a display] has not J. A. tHIfKBO.f; bun Royal Pulm. and facilities for prosecu- I '
Manufacturing Co., Montreal. been witnessed In Jacksonville before. I', I). ]Box 113. De Lund, Fla. The Windsor hotel Jacksonville, ha ting their favorite sport, be It golfing ;

For Sale Cheap. The new wash materials for full dresses been keeping pretty lull tit tourist this Isldngawlmmlng, walking driving, tailing

For Sale, and waists, pongees, Swisses agrsgauge, For Hule, winter in tact on severaloaousions the or wheeling. An ADVOCATE representative .
Golden Rule large and zephyrs, crepon novelties, poult de soles management had to turn people away. wa the guest of the Royal ,
The sloop CulUn Jk Howard' to Palm couple of day the first of the
< seem
ifanager
Pure Eden watermelon seed from 40 ft. long 14 ft. beam; cabin 21 tissues, madras mouwjellne crepe, oxfords
fancy melons. Price 00 cents per pound, ft.roomy long;, 10 ft. wide by 0 ft. high. Every lappett, foulardlnes, cable cords Twenty acre of land frontingon know (how to treat their (Juellts.hotel.who Invariably obliging,.
satin rayes, cascarets In beautiful arrayof fiver suitable for or like to return to their r
any quantity. convenience for water. Good chance to Indian ; orange '
be alert do their best for
L. WILSON, JB.oAllendale. got a party boat cheap. Apply to figures and stripes also wash silks, vegetable; three acre cleared, with Mr. J. G Bast the manager and lesseeof to Manager.
rlerrlll his and his ho*
S. C. Mrs. GEO. COOK jTltuavllle : foulard silks taffeta silks, poult de sole, three-room house; easy terms. Address, the Indian River hotel, Tltusvllle\ guest palatial
Fla. : toulardlne, mou..ellne crepe aye India CUAS. R., ELLiS, has renewed, his. l lease; and In order to elryi Wm. McAullffe room clerk; C. K.
Indian River dimities; In fact anything and every Stan wood, FI.... accommodate the patron. already booked laskell, cashier; J. A. Jepson front. I
Itockledge. For Sale. thing to snit all style. of beauty. When for the summer season, he will at once clerk; Chas. II. Roberta, night clerk. Mr,
In Jacksonville a visit to this dry Ptlerrlllltt>es to the Crawford house White
Ilaa of the most attractive and pay Flue uiicheM. commence the renovating process Incidental
one 'fountains the coming summer; Mr.
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most desirable property 1n the good palace; and those out of town
A
besUstocked stores along the East Coastof The to general (house-cleaning./ a
andsamples Wm. MoAullffe to the Sinclair Bethlehem -
of Rockl dge. on Barton avenue; write to the mall order department, this hotel :
center summer resort, enjoy a patronage ,
Florida. You can find everything you consisting of five! acre covered with will b-e mailed to your address If you need a good chop steak or any to the winter N. H.; Mr.' Haskell to Grow Spring:
need at this store. All kinds of floe groceries thrifty orange trees, also two cottages free of charge, and every. attention givento thing else in the eating line do not fall, equal hotel. Grow Springs, N. Y.; Mr. Jepson: t t
and western meats. toWK. your orders. when In St. Augustine/ (o go to Orange Tourist should bear lu. mind that the to the United State hotel. Saratoga. N. )
thereon. Apply
Particular attention paid to the needs I III still and Mr. Robert to the Sinclair ,
M. ) ERwlg, Milford, Coon. Coiiet Bftoriir.RA, Howe Lunch and Oyster Rooms,cornerof Fort Pierce hotel Fort fierce Y.I;
of yachtsmen and GEO.cruising N. HATCH parties., Propr. After Nov. :SOtb, Rockledgo, JTla Jacksonville, Fla. Cathedral place near the bridge. open. So are the Seminole and the hotel, Bethlehem, N. U.




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APRIL.SAILINGS. TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE. Over-Work Weakens I

MlrloN QFr Your Kidneys. SEED POT A TOmS. i

EkplemlM Service to New York by(}. 8. 8. Co. I 'will be at the following places on

The Ocean Steamship Co. (Savannah the dates taxes named for the for year the. purpose 1000: of assessing Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Bloo; .. I l

Line) has Increased their sailings' to
Meriltt Friday Mar 2.1Ilauluver :
five ships each week from Savannah to Tuesday 27 All the blood In your body passes: through Improved Rose $3.00 per barrel. Special prices to large buyers. Write for test). !

Now York, and sailing days are Mondays, Mlms Wedoel
Tues.laysVetlnesdays Fridays and! : Thursday :2 m!) u n, STB rt kidneys are your

Tltusvlllo Friday 30 t I bloodpurifierstheyfd- Full line of fresh Garden andField Seeds always in ,stock. Write for price jt 1
l|
Saturdays of each week In April there Cocoa MaturdRY" :111 i M ter out the waste or lift '

will be 21 sailings to :New York In 25 Canaveral Tuesday April 3 : Impurities In the blood. L. CAMERON. Seedsman
If they are sick or out :
days Passengers purchase tlcktts Blanks will be left at all the postof- I of order fall do .
they to
from any Railroad ticket agent, and the I1celiln the county for the purpose of ., 1I their work.Pains 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE: FLA

trip Is very delightfully broken by the making returns.. J. WOOTEN: I aches and rheumatism -. --

short rail ride and two days by sea on come from ex- "
Assessor. cess of uric acid In the GEORGE MARX JOHN IARX,
Mp of the steamships of this ,
r1E one palatial blood, 4ue to neglected

line. From New York to Savannah It In very hard to stand idly by and see kidney trouble.Kidney 1VJL .JR: :J3R: c:>S.

tl there will be six sailings each week or our dear ones suffer while awaiting the trouble causes quick or unsteady .

to aJ r INrT'i a sailing every week day. arrival of the doctor An Albany (N, Y.]) heart had beats, and makes one feel as though Wholesale Dealers In j
called At there they heart trouble, because the heart is
'i dairymen a drug store fora
; a RNDIANAnVW.C"11 The Florida office, 2JI: W. Bay St., doctor to come and see his child, then over-working in pumping thick kidney- FRUIT AND PRODUCE

1 Jacksonville, will have on sale for loomIng very low with CI'l1Up Not ilndlug the poisoned blood considered and arteries. GROCERIES ,. ;

the return travel from Florida two doctor In, he left word for him to come It used to be that only urinary I I

4 thirds of the rooms of all the ships, and I on his return. lie also bought: a bottle but troubles modern were to be traced to the kidneys, 131 and 133 East Stay Street and O and 8 New nun Street, i i'
--- now science
proves that nearly
of Chamberlain's which
will be imposition to give the choicest Cough Remedy, all ,
I .- I be hoped would give some relief until constitutional diseases have their begin- JACKSONVILLE, FLA. j I;
CLERKS IN HAVANA. accomodatloQS, and everyone calling the doctor should arm ivo. ID a few liouis ning in kidney trouble.If .

!$ there may feel assured of a room or berthas ho retained, saving the doctor need not you ar -slck you can make no mistake CITY.t t
14'e ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE
first
Tliey Are Treated Like Slave' and their wants may require.' A letter to come as the child wan much better. The by doctoring your kidneys. The mild ,
f In Like It. and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Appear
druggist !Mr, Otto Sbolz the family
says
this office will sailing schedules
kk "The life of tilt! average native clerkIn bring you has since recommended Chamberlain'sCough Swamp-Root the great kidney remedy Is
the Spanish stores of Havana woul(1 descriptive folders and prompt answers Remedy 'to their neighbors aDd soon realized. It stands the highest for Its VTe are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Few;
wonderful cures of the most guaranteed genuine.: We also a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. ale
distressing cases carry
i horrify nn American," said a resident to all Infjulilea. This Is splendid friends until he has a constant demandfor .. want
and Is sold on Its merits * It from that of the For
of the Cuban cnpltnl who came over on service, and the magnlficlent cuisine, part country. .
sale by druggists and medicine dealers.. by all druggists In fifty- iJuZJ :::: ;:: MARX BROTHERS
I Jacksonville
the lust Morgan liner 110 Is a Hlnvo. and the sweet and airy rooms and gen- cent and one-dollar 81zitrn'lilt 1 i : l-ffi:! Sell to Dealers. Fla.

lie gets from $5 to $10 a wet-jc";'$10 Is eral! good treatment accorded the patronsof es. You may have a 1"il "' nrWe only

t! {, a big milury-and for Hint amount Is this line makes deservedly popular Notice.TOTrCE sample bottle by mail Horns of smunp-oot.

I supposed to Rive his entire time to the free also pamphlet Celling you how to find
to Florida and the
with the visitors
merchant. lie cats, sleeps and lives on \ IA herebY given that on the Slut day out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
the preuiHps and never loaves the public geneially. For any information, 1"" of !May A. I) name' or an soon thereafter as 1 1 Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer
and for berth reservation, write or call can be heard, 1 will a]>plv to his Honor 1>. L,, &,Co., Binghamton N. Y. .John B. Stetson University t
place except: by special permission> On Haulden County JmUeof Hrevard County, fur '
certain fixed days he Is alloweU one or Walter Hawkins, General, Agent, 221 a anal settlement of inv ccmints and approval I
of my nt4 two hours for recreation' ; four hours a West Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla. H. C. Smith oooaneil[ and for my itlsuliurge

week Is considered liberal, !but other. ----- .- from the adiulnlgcratorshli of sal, estate.
1 W. 1. ALLKN.Administrator.. N CIRCUIT COURT OP THE 8KVENTHJudicial DELAND, FLORIDA.
1 wise Is always on duty A. It. DeFluent, editor of the Journal, I Circuit: uf Florida, In and for Hre-

"In all the old shops of the city there Doylestown, Ohio, suffered for a number Jensen Robbers, Flad Sept. 6th 1809.for-Administrator yard County. In Chancery.
Att'ys
Is a money box built Into the wall of years from rheumatism In his Andrew J.l'erry. as Receiver, Partition. ,
I Order
where the funds of the establishment! right shoulder and side, He says: "My Gleason Krothors-V8-& Company, }Defendants to i ELIZABETH,+W.q|
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SEVENTH JTT-
are kept. Sometimes' It Is made of right arm at times was entirely useless. IN Circuit: of Florida In and fur lircvardCounty. a Corporation j et al. to AppearTo ,

Iron, but frequently It la nothing !but a 1 t tried Chamberlain's Palo Balm, and Howard P. Hull, of Arlington New York i.: r
William McCabe and William H, of
was surprised to receive relief almost Taylor
heavy wooden hclt. At night the beds New Haven Hanking( Company
Emil of
Toronto Canada; E. Court: the United
nunedlatoly. The Tain Balm has !beena a Corporation,
of the clerks nre arranged" In a winl- V8 States Hydroirrapher's OITlce Washington,
constant companion of mine ever since II. C.j.FnlUO; Perry, of New York City Now
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I circle In front, of It, and there they and It never fails." For sale by druggists Joseph I Brown of the us Kstate Administrator York; the Ellsworth Trust Company of Chicago .

Bleep, like so many faithful watchdog and medicine dealers. of llohert Morrow. doceased. Illinois a corporation t E. B }:Kllsworth,
of 3U Division street' Chicago, Illinois! John
Consequently burglaries are unknown C, Amende o'lIll1"ma:, C.A mendt, his wile, of ,
b and the American! safe agents, who To J.A. J. Wagoner, of I.ynchhnrg,1'ennesoeel; i Chloallo. Illinois; Augusta; "" P. Wattles, of
Word. Between. Them. The affidavit of the attorney for the complainant KIllnwoK, New York; and to parties to the
thought they would have a rich field In
Judge-You say that words: passed ImviiiK liuen tiled In this cause, stating that complainant unknown as to their names, res
Havana were laughed at. There was you were. nnn-reslilnnt of the State ol Klorli. dances quantities nf interest and proportionate -
no demand for their wares In between[ the accused and his wife. Did and over twenty-one years. of age etc, It Is shares In the I property sought: tobeartitioned yr
a country you bear what they were? ordered that you be and appear in the' aboveentitled in the above entitled suit i
where human time locks were so OIIIIMU, at the Clerk's Oamoe of this Whereas, the attorney for the complainant
4 cheap. \\'lInt'--O. : : I didn't hear them butI Court, In Tltiisvljle Klorliln upon the has stated. In an atlldavlt duly nlod his. belief

I saw IlifinSaw SEVENTH DAY OP MAY, A. U. IIIOO, that each of the above-numed netendxiits( are
1i "In a Spanish nlio|>. continued the reHldents. of other states countries, than the
epeaker "one wen uoue of the /good an Ilu'm7" x.Yen and otherwise that you answer same will such be bill taken In against Hue ('on..e.th" you. State of Florida specifying, as partlcnLirlvas Is For Both SexeF.l.rrhis, Scholastic Year Began
They were In the d'ctlonary! known ta him their respective places of residence
I you are air that frequently character' Unit be threw nl lier"- Boston Transcript. aa It oonfesKed., is illrt-cHml thut this order he pulillvlioil ; and that the natural ,um-sonsabovenamed October 3rd. Send for Catalogue
bell American employees. The native areln his belief etch of them over the age of
with as little delay HS inav bo In the ISOIAM .

cleric Is the mom nbject creature I Imag. Idaonce HIVFII A rnocATK a week, iiilnUlipd fi.r, toarcomecutiveweeks at'dt""ytl/e./ -, iu>iiit>,-4me therefore tears.ow von are each nf you, as well.. College, Academic, Normal, Art and Music Departments.! Large, commodious

Inable before bin employer. One day tblsorder he luailoil,' thesnld the unknown defendants, required I : to appear! I tothe
that to
We have saved many doctor bills sincewe a (Wagoner but or enupnlut| ci Andrew J. ) cry, as Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary airanfiement' artesian water etc. insuring
last week to illustrate\ I was In a Spun J. A. J. at Lynchburg, Tennenitttf", and Receiver versus Hea".n, Krothersun. I Canaan
begun to use Chambel'lalll's Cough: )
Ish dry goods another copy. : lie posted on the Court Huns a Oiiporation; et al.. flied In this Court, to effect healthfulness heated
stole when a dalesman Remedy in our home. We keep a bottle door of Hr""ltrll ( mint]'. within twenty . a partition nf some thirteen thousand perfect ; buildings by steam. throughout ; faculty of 2J

dropped a bolt of lacy on the floor a ml, open all the time and whenever any of from Done the and date ordered hereon at the Clerk's tube/ at acres of lund In'lownshlp 27 suuthranges80and trained and experienced teachers Send for Catalogue containing Information,
Boiled the outside breadth. St east, in Krevard county, Florida, and to
Instantly my family or myself begin to catch cold THiiDvillu! Florida, tills iiOth day of March, A. V. '
the begin to the .' enter your appearance In suld cause at theClerk's AddicsH." J. F. FORBES President
proprietor IIl'hllo a fury. lie we use Cough Hemedy, and 1IHHI. OnVeof l this court In TI tnsvill e, FIurIda ,

loaded the unfortunate young man alt a result we navehave to bend away ( A..BT Clerk\ Clrfiilt/.WART'ourt., upon the 11th day April A. 11", liH'o. exceptthe --- -- -- -- -

t I with abuse, poured out a torrent of the for a doctor and Incur a large doctor bill. t--I lly JOHN HltNKV, D. C. II ilelendunts William MoCube "and William

most Insulting epithets In the la a, for Chamberlain's: Cough: Remedy never n.. Oralinrn Taylorof'roronhu'anadnanthtimennknuwuidefendants, who are/each required to enter ppenrancn H. A. HODGES.
f1 gunge, shook his IIl1t under his 'alls to cuie. It Is certainly a medicineof Att?rnuS for Plaintiff. inttri3-4w/ In our <.:Ierk'" office on the 7th day of ...
none great merit and wortli.-D. U.: Meniklu; May A. I>. tWKl. Manufacturer of
and all but struck h 111I. The ch I'1cgrovt'II'd It 'is Inrther directed that tlrls or.ler te pub-
General Merchant and Farmer Mattle
NOTICE. llHhed with as little delay as may bo In the
;, add shed' learn it was not Bedford county, 1'a. For sale by druggists I INDIAN Rlvxa AnvocaTE, publlHlied at 'lltus- ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
a pleasant picture but was a striking \ und medicine dealois. vllle, Florida I : once a week for four cause> utive
i example, of the Terence I( between Guardiait'tt Notice of Application weeks as to the defendants hose residences ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads Fruit and Vegetable Crates.
are herein stated to be within the United, States)
American und) foreign' : mercantile life A Pretty Knitted : 'For Sale of Heal JoHtute.: and once a week for eight wousecutlve" weeks., as Any one contemplating shedding their! pineapples or oranges: or building in
"A native clerk uiimol Ret a itdire.Pearl to the ileleiidants resident in Canada and the any part of Florida, would do well I u um,wire\ for ,pf ica a. Time saw mills. aic located
new po. Lace.-Cast on 8 stitches; knit nrknown defenduntn. at Buffalo Bluff, near llatka, uu tho J., T. K. W. Hv. Lumber delivered
sition without a satisfactory testlmo OTIC' Is hereby given: that I, W. 0 Frlnk, It Is further directed, that the clerk or this to any
nlal frwn his last across plain. N HS. Guardian for llunhlutt" Manrndfr and Court within twenty ciiiys from the waking: of part of the East Coast Address: II A. HODGES:: Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
employer. Consequently 1. Slip!'\ 1, knit 1, over once, narrow, a dismissal for cause Is (equiva twentv-clichth ,h.y..f April A I). IINIO make door 01 Hrevard (county, and that ho --- -- - -
knit -
2, knit 2. L.
over once, :
application to Honorable II 3auldan, ConnM
send mall h..renl'to each of the defendants
lent by a
to blnckllntlinf. The sort of life I 2. Knit B. over once, narrow, knit 2. Judge: of lirevard County::: Florida' 1 for authority: whose copy residence Is. given in the ICM'1'ADLJilHEfI 18' O. .
have outlined seems to suit the to sell at private mile all I or a 'part of the foflowliiK atlldavlt upon; which this order Is .based.
people 3. Slip 1, knit 1, over once, narrow, desnrilieil Red Estate: bnlonging to snld
Done and ordered the Clerk's OlMre
at at
h'owever
for the Americans who knit 2, over once knit 1, ,over once, YI'IorYdu: : l>!tnir; and winK In rvvard County Tltti-vllle, Florida, this 7th tiny of March, A" :Bond
have opened stores, In Havana have knit 2. to-wlt: !>., 1'HHl.\ ) Lurn bar Co.
'Ihlrt enandthlrreen-niie-hnndreilthsl3 13100)acres : )
had, A. A. STEWART
great dllliculty In securing help 4. Knit 7. over once narrow, knit 2. of land, located on the north side of a [SRAC ] ClerkCirmdtCourtitrevnnlCo.Omart7apl ,
'Y' and endless trouble, tract of Und, oontilnliiK forty-live anil. two.
afterword.. .
The O. A. SrKWAHT) CSheriff's .
6. Slip 1. knit 1, over once, narrow, thirds ((4n/ %) acresbeing, the south part of Sept My Manufacturers of and Dealers in
young men evidently prefer.the Spanish knit 3. over once, narrow, knit 2. two(i), Hmitlon 17, TnwnHhlp 'M south, Il..nlfe .17
ystem. 'J'IIl'Y'ould rather be east. and having a width. of eight| and thirty Sale.
(1. Knit 7, over once, knit 2. LUMBER LATH FLOORING
narrow, SHINGLES
one-hiinrtrodths 18 S'MCO chalnareachiuup across SIDING CEILING
bullied !by one of their own race than :::: : ; ,
7. Slip 1, over once narrow; knit rest the whole Inland, from Indian River to ItunanaRiver ANI I\T VIRTIIK: OF AN EXECU- ,
treated kindly by the hated alien."- and bounded on the north by a tract of UNDER issued out of the County Court for
New Orleans TimesDemocrat.Blank ilnln. land of twelve((12) acres sold to S. E. 11.Jerome ) lirevard County Florida In a cause therein Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneeicd and Sawed Orange
8. Slip and bind 3 I, knit 3. over once, and on the south by a line running parallel to pending, wherein F. E. Homi and .1 II. Conrad, and Vegetable Crates We solicit coirespondeiice.
the south of said Jerome land at
boundary lartners, doing business as the Bond Lumber
;t WIIU.Among narrow, knit 2. distance, of eight and thirtyonelauuirodthe(5301n Company, are plaintiffs, and O. S. Willlunis Is Saw, Planing and Shingle: Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T, & K. W. R'y. Yards at
) chains therrfrniu ludiiit Ilielandset
Repeat from first row. ( defendant, I have levied upon and will sell. at
{' the many things which the apart for suld Infants coinitiisHloners.to make DeLand and Tlttinvlllo.
iiildlc auction to the highest and best. bidder
No. 100 linen thread Is used for this
British iiirtltion between mild. Infants and Louise M.
government provides for Its for cash, in front of the Court House door, at -
soldiers e(1 lng.l.AdlVorltI.. '0"01. Also that tract of land described asfollows Tltusvllle, during the legal hours of sale-upon ---
blank
are forms
for a will.Al'Col'lInlC iCninuMtnclnir the
on the west. bank of Banana Hirer FOR $ 3.2
to limpet'. O.
. Weeklythe slxty-iinti chains and eighteen links north of FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL,A. D., 1000 .
war olllce supplies every soldier that south section line at the northeast corner of the following: described. real estate, situate. In

goes to the front with, thl'e" blank The door that Death SAW had this liKcrlo lot aonvryed to H. Ryder: and run south. sixty- ritusvtlln, Florida, and standing the piiblia Sent to us by Express: postoffice order or New York Exchange ve will
tlon it: of all who seven degrees, west ten. cliuins, eliclity-four links records In the name of (i. S. Williams, tile du- send ,
forms over "Dcnpalr hope :
of by Express CHARGES
wills-the first for the man ye along the line of suld Ryder to fond ; thence tundentto wit I \ you PREPAID, '
who wishes to leave all his enter here. When man despain of hopehe north twenty-three and a halt decrees, west Lot I of the subdivision of IotA 30, 30, 4O, 41aml4Jof
property drain. the very dress of despair. eight chains and eluhty links, thence north I Jovnervllle. addition of Tltusvllle FOUR FULL QUARTS '
t to one person, the Hccond for those There are certain forms of disease to sixtv ieven fie rees, east eleven' chains and I shown bv a plat of said sub-division on record
who wish to bequeath 1 legacies/ to several which medical ignorance and popular ituperxtitinn sixty-night links to llunuiia River, thence south I In the office/ of the Clerk of the Court of lire
have given the title of Hope iiieandertiiK the river ton point of commence' rand County; Lying and being In the north: Of the Celebrated Seven Year-Old
e persons nixl the third for use of less. ." That vt> fact handicaps the aufler- ment.: All:: inscetimupeventeeutownshiptwentysix :: half of lot 3, Section .1, Township 22 3 south,
married soldiers desiring to leave y south range thirty-seven seed In the Range 3ft east, .according to the government snr-
prop ers from Mich diseases! by robbing them of County' of Hrevard, State of Florida, containing vet, being the same lt>'sold by S. .'. Gray and
erty to their wives and children. the courage to try to regain health. Tln is ten acn s, more. or lu... Surveyed' by .C. 11. wife to U. R. Williams, as per deed\ recorded! Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey
"The Ilrltlsh soldier like most other par -ularly true of lung dmeaiies.. Aa soon Mauruder, County SurveyorW.O. I In book O. n., page 10 Brevard County deed,
an ,scone fasten on tile lung the victim KUINK, I records. '
people, usually ncgliTts I to make his sits down make hid. will, and awaits his Ouardlan fur Huichlett !Maicruder, February 0, 1000, We PLAIN PACKAGES: no
will until the very !lust moment and fate lie wouldn't act that way if he were and Uliulys, Magruder. J. P. BROWN ment.) When you getlt and teat It, lIlt marks t. not to satisfactory Indicate contents return (which will EXPENSE avoid alt com sad
It OUR
F. J. Wr.iiu J.WPIIII, Sheriff. at
? frequently waits until wounded or dv- bitten by a taran- Attorney for \V O. Prink Man3-Ai Attorney for Plaintiff iiinarJO:! : your We are$3.20 oloe-at will be band cheerfully soul. refundeI This Whiskey IA a.fOCl"! ..anY'1I 00 good" lu Oeuarket,
Ing upon the Held. It Is said __ been CliO give Y"u lhUIChElt is.LIVERY: then dllltaDe hOIlKea. We hats
that "jr- rattlePartnake n lolnK bnalnesa In this city anul.. ae time same.tand. for RE80
---- --- -------- O\8r and nor
-- ------ nj YEARS WB to
S inerly the men would scribble their Mien for bin life. the PONSI edItor ItiLITY of tbta AND UK'UTATIUO for honest dealing we refer you to any merchant here, or to

will In a few word on some stray bit rte" lint he ill under the T. D. GIBBENS 1.II\or.

of paper or on the limldf of helmet, influence of the ignorant SOLOMON &: LEVI,

the lid of a cartridge boa or perhapson and that superntitioua write- 1028) A 10:10: First Avenue,

stone lying hour by." .' P. O. Box No. 33. ALA.
Despair of hope N BIRMINGHAM,
The Idea IH n good one and the Philadelphia 'k 1 over the door of HAY GRAIN FLOUR GRITS MEAL BRAN COTTON SEEDMeal
NOTICE b-We pay Expre Charge to all
MedlcnI-lournnl! such diseases as by pnints reached by "SOUTHEHX EXPRESS COM
suggests that PANY bile to ,IIOIntA oa lInes ot other .
KXI'n> (
wbere
'"If neglect or unskillful Southern Express 'mnpan ". we prepay only to points
lirmpltnU and emergency! / physicians treatihent may Middlings, etc. etc. Company transfers to said other Express (:omp"ny.OE3 .

as well all soldiers were provided end fatally in con-


vftft'O/with t mien convenience blanks they In many might cases prove of sumption.There is a for new that Inscription Depository for Cumberland Mills Flour Grits and Meal, : .. ..S ::SL-cr: az:; coaft ,

emergency and severe Illness and legal t doorway of disease, II M9 W. Jtll:1: 8t.. JACKSONVILLE. .. FLA.

complications\( might many times be made by subbing
avoided by their liKe" out the first two Agent for the Celebrated bANOPY patent Hour \

wordsand leaving,
it'Hope: all -ye Get my Price Lls To Dealers only
who enter h reVbat Can there be
ri. the Food
to the
Feats of strength; require IMijralcal it flask diet. In cough hope for flushed the ,sufferer face, burdened with the breathing constant 1=. ID. G :SSE: :nsrs, .

accordance with the needs-that Is and emaciated body ? The record says
prolonged or otherwise. If yes." Ninety-eight out of every hundredcanes Office Warehouses near the Viaduct
you wantto
in which Dr Pierce'a Golden Medical
perform for a abort time the great. Discovery haft I been used have been per JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

fft possible amount of muscular labor, mantly cured. ".Golden Medical Discov -

as In playing/ game of ball rowing ery"! positively cures weak lungs, bronchitis ESTABLISHED 1876.wrn. .
running bicycling obstinate lingering cough bleeding
lifting or nccom- of the lungs and kindred, ailments, which
pushing any unusual feat of strength if neglected find a fatal ending Inconsump
I requiring an extraordinary: effort always tion. It contains no alcohol, whisky or : ._ ..6.. :SO-cr: S &, CO.

select a diet rich In protein. lf' other stimulant
s4 on the! other band "Yourmedicln.l. the bent I hare ever taken. 11 S I 1 I
you want to AND FERTILIZERS.
- take GARDEN SEEDS
11' writes Mrs Jennie> Pfnirntan of Vanburen, Kal- _GRAIN
a great amount of ksska. Mich. bad
steady exercise dai Co. Last spring 1 had a -
ly, or perform cough; rot M> bad I had tote in bed all the time. 1 t
li a great amount of uni My hunnuutl thought I had. consumption. He. 0 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We ( 1
formly heavy work every day, but at wanted me to get a doctor, but I told him if it
no time of a very Intense character was consumption they cnittd not help me. We handle only the best and moat reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Ray J
thought would trv Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
y you should partake of a diet containing Discovery we and before t had taken one bottle Corn, Oats Flour, Bran, Wheat Grita, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright anddark

t little protein, but rich !In carbohydrates the cough stopped" and I have tine. had no aifna at wholesale. State agent for Tygert-Allen Fertiliser Co.

-that II, starches and of Us returning" Star Brand"ertl1Jaen-Ouaranw.d Analynlt.Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer Pare Ground
; fata.l.adles'om. Dr. Pierces Pellet are the best for the Bone Nitrate Soda. Muriate Pouwh Sulphate Potash Kalnlt, eta. Thee fertlliaer. bare uo Four Full Quarts Delivered for $4.20.
I Journal. bowel. Ue them with the Discovery." superior la the market,and a trial will' convince. Send for Cataloga free. 1

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Professional Cartls.: COMING MOUTH UtOrtUlA; : NOTES. ". \ .
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DISEASES
KIDNEY The Ilooinlnii: ttrnaa For tin- SouthSurubuiu .
GCOBOB) M. ROBBIKS. 'WA.LTBK: 8. OaAHAI,..
Kotrltlra In >rintn.llr. and IXm'. Immrimr am I-'oruit.
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RODDL."S & GUAIIAM, Mm ". AIn In the cultivation nud sethug; jlf 1 .
t/as-Atlrarltaa ( t>rnp > >- M. Lane & Son
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW are the most fatal of all des (,hanaa, Shirt! "'.I.t. t Ioth lauds to Uoruiutlii grass U. I liellevo, ,

eases. Gown for -'print& our dependence for successfully ruin t
OFFros HOURS:-From 10 to 12 a. in. '1
lu pet hilt with\ other sections lu raisins
and 2 to 4 p. m. CURE is In the New York shops novelties :asa.! : WASHINGTON STREET: NEW YORK.
KIDNEY i I summer fabrics are temptingly din- fine stock and poultry, writes a icrtk
Brevard Co. FLORIDA FOLEY'S
TmrayiLiiB. ... Guaranteed Reined; To bo these thlnm Georgia farmer to The Southern' Cut-
1'.O.Box, 108. played. sure gauzy
Will practice-all the courts- eral.Special. It Is peculiarly adapted 1 to our soetlou "
Contain In organdlesdlmitleaanti
facilities for examining and pertec or money refunded. but the most charming pittternx
tog land titles. and soils, aud tho farther south wo go
foulard 1 silks
...... by eminent oren iCommiocion.
remedies recognized the better It is. and no other grunt
L. OAULDEJT, physicians as the Best fa are brought out nnd promptly Hold. 11seems grown hives ns much uutilment 01 :: : : : Mrcha.n.tc.I:: : : : I,
to decide on summl'rgowoll
D. early
and Bladder troubles nourishment as It does lu my Ncvtlou.Vheu .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Kidney when the! temperature Is dowu \ all other pasturage for m PRICE 50c.( and $J.oo. who hesitates ""
but the woman
Will practice In all the Court of the 8tate near zero season van I'lIl'l'Ilt'lllull ruined by out
ot Florida, and the United States Courts. In the orimndle department. I dry, hot weather, the Uerinuda spots ,

1. U Box,238. TITU8V1LLE FLA. "...1..1 Far Money to Loan. 1 18 be disappointed.The and furnishing grazing/ for the stock
For; ,Hlo, Bilk or some such fnbrl later, la sure to /
no prettier model could ho chosen nor choice designs are soou picked up. of all kinds.
M.GO.DS ITIl, out which more fully Illnxtrnies'' the It Is the only grass that a box con- If You Have Not -

mode of the moment than the one her not exterminate. The hog In fund uf '
I its roots and will eat and fatteu ou
ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW: I tbf'1IIthollt\ materially Injuring, It, ,

and tmco you got a good "start' for It,,
TlTUSVILLEi, FX.01IID4 It proves) a permanent 11 dire unlessyou Found What You Want

decide by constant cultivation to .

I..' J. WEBB get rid of It, and tills IM not an easy
Job for you. Vow can break up your\ For Home, suppose you take u trip down and look at our

ATTORNEY-AT-L,' Itcrmuda grass: liuuls. harrow Wt'l111111\ Fruit and Unulcn Lands along the l

Will practice In the Courts of the 7th ow them In ", ,, llllltl'uin. tlll'L' harvest .

Circuit. Taxes paid for non-resident thowe "grains, and your HcrmiMn\ route East Coast
and rents and accounts collected. have taken new life and you mill have

a tine pasture for "stuck.' I It Is the! .
TITUSVILLE, FKORI>A. 1 1'TAR
booming grass: for our I xouthl.md.: .

This season I sowed broadcast sorghum Settlers nro Hocking\ In lint still there Is room If you aro
D. PENNEY, nod cut and tied It with my '
A. looking this way, drop a line to
cord blmli. Ii n.1 hive: fotind It >\cellrutfei

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ,- 'd fur stoi'l:, und lay bogs lhrlM lOll JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3raVlco.l're.klent,
sorK'iiuupliiuled) : lu drill., cut anti fed .
Trrusvu.r.E:, ,. FI.OIHIM ofMT.
to them. M.OIilDA EAST COAST It'Y,
FASniONADLK KVENINO SKIRT : COMJVO sntnr WAHTS.!'

Wni practice In all the courts of the 7th presented.' The frills are composed of New" ones are added from time to time heel clover nouu '. IDt on hay Rood cents limestone. but without hi 11.1mnlil'M .A UGUHTIN E. FT A.

Judicial Clicuit. billowy chiffon/ In n ,pluule paler thai of course, but, the llrnt months, of the' "titnble, milinin,> In alir.mlance U atriton -.. -_ ,_.-
the color of the tunic the dl'opeded new y"nr lire the harvest. lime for pretty ou fi-ecMloiu1 In'.id.. In yearspast
TAMES! ANDREWS ('//il of which /give a pleasing touch noveltlew In t'ottmi fabrics for dainty
I finer fed and flllt.'tw,1 l I'ue "lieifcnf.le
I of originality./ the hnrk a box plait summer gowns us well n.. thu golden '
on clover liny \princlpilly: : And\
ATTORNEY-A,T-T\W. la formed, with two tiny tuck stltcbet period for run paug Inirgnlim.. cotton Hood and only u small mount pLANT S1STM.t ,

Main office and P. O., TI IJM.M. FLA. down It. A cotton fnbrlclilcli Is not nil cot of comment.

Office open at Ft. Pierce on end 1 and -111 h ton 'Is one of the novelties nt the organdie Orchard\ gross and rrdtop. or herd's
STATE: Of OHIO. CIl'V OFTOLBIMI.UCAH ), 1 l counter It IK called inousxellnennd .
Fridays of each mouth. : COUNTY f 88. ) U. a dainty soft mixture of silk and grins, does well here, but does not Tho Trunk Lino from Florida' to nil point MOUTH, EAST: Rou'rU1aD.l WEST.

.. Notary Public State at Large. FHAXK: J. 1IK.NKY: tll.lken oath, tlmC he cot IOU. Homeibluit 1 between an orgiimlle/ make MO much or good hay ax clover\ Three through Sleeping Car lines to East Charleston and Atlantlo Const Line.
i Is the senior partner. of the firm of rCHKMKV ". J. and a Imtlste In texture. It conies In and Is not no jrood for pinttirnge' an Tlnue through" MeopliiK Cur. Lines to tin) Kant: via Huvnnmili and Southern Hallway

E. FOSTER, I: & Co, doing biminess'" In tin the delicate (colors quite plain Bermuda Ih'c1'don.r does tint stake Two through" Sleeping! > >' ('11\' I.lntm to the West via Montgomery ami L. t t N. It. It.
prettiest
STEPHEN City or Toledo County and Stat< like cordor a good pasture after the second jcnr. Four through Merplng Cur !Lines to Mm West Viol. Jesup and Southern Hallway.
aforesaid, and that: mid firm will pi< with a hairline stripe n tiny In fact It dies out too nslly In my sec One tlll'lIujtl'I.'IIo'l'pllljt Cnr t Lino to the West via Montgomery and M. A. Ohio It. 11. I
A TTOHNEY-A -LAW, the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR! In white grounds with a striped !border tlon. Timothy ou good: land* indices, One lough Sleeping Cat' Line to the West via Savannah and Southern Kuilwny.FOUMINU .

Rooms -120 and 423 Gardner Building, for each' and every caste of Catarrh the and flowered! designs scatteredover rood l II ny. THE GREAT THltOUdll( CAn LINE.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. cannot be cured, by the use of HALL'SCATAIUUI it.The dimities with satin stripeare I have, by liming In mis, freely when The New York and }O'lorldl8ptjollil und The New Yolk anti Florida Limited. I

CUKE.FltAXKJ.. CIIENEY.Sworn new 'Tlilng\ a of the kind sowing the seed", obtained n good standof ", Solid I vestibule tuilim, daunt' heat, electric lighted, with observation, compartment,
SAMUEL T.fliCAYLou, Gounox' R. HKOOMFOIIAYLOR to before me and subscribed prettier than nn> blue grass here, but It takes lit least, dining and library cars running solid between, St. Augustine and Jersey City
: Utli December) ever shown before, II lid. ns they are two years In growth before It will do .,., lire operated over the 1'1 II lit System. For Infoimatlon write,
& BROOME, my presence, this dIY 011| of yard width and only M) cpnts"vard. a
to If pastured, the first ,
pasture. year
D. l/fill./ H. C. McFadden
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Division>
they tire well wlthlu the reachof It Is killed out. It costs more In time Passenger A"ont
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. muslins lu MM Wool hay /Sit., Astor Block, Jacksonville, Fla.,
< 8-SEAL: ; > A. W. OLEASOV!: every out Cheaper and money to get blue gruii set here Tialllo Savannah Ga.
Manager
Will practice In all the Courts of the S Notary Public foulard patterns! at 1UV4:! and> U cent than It Is worth after you get It. B. A/ W re n n. l'alllleDger ,

State. Office In Law Exchange. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally; I a yard ore really very attractive too. Sorghum cane seed sown broadcast

JACKSONVILLE, FLAGEORGE .. and acts directly on the blood and mil I but: the lIner class of cotton trees or In drilled\ rows I believe, makesmore
cons surfaces of the system. !Send: for goods will be a temptation indeed this good forage than any crop Ityive I

testimonials! free. season! If the early display Is a forerunner knowledge of. Thlx nenson I
W. ALLEN, F. rilKXEY A CO Toledo, OJSP of what the next few weeks } II
have cut and the second
our crop crop
Sold bv Druggists/ ;;)c.IIIII's will reveal to us. Matlstes of all kind
rills the best. la as good as the flrxt. Horfi do wellon. I
Family are
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, and conditions will be worn nod or- .
It alone I have been afraid 1 1 tofl'PII t
KEY WEST, FLORIDA -- gnndlesj' always (charming are her In It ,green to the cattle, but think t tt t

Will In the United State more varied designs. than ever. there could be no risk In feeding iteven
practice ir
Dainty fine white lawn waists with cattle after It Is cured, after \
and State: Courts. (juui!),;} to or 4 t '
hemstitched tucks In varying widths seed are tier

waists striped up oDd down with lace I am a great believer In Indian (corn I
O. FRIES, C. E. and embroidered Insertions and groups J '
J so called, and never\ expert to.11('" It
of tucks, waists of embroidered town rated ns n second to any CrolI'o"n I'. a. ( .
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land a and all\ sorts of plaid" striped and figured I for stock feed.

legally/ surveyed and vhlf'd. shirtings rn colors are to be seen. ---- i 4L kl U
ll rt i 1 to I il l( Ile.rib
Mapping neatly done. Estimate for The one feature which stamps them a I IA J .
all Moils of engineering/ woiks. Disputed a WilleIA as new and far prettier than the old t iYCLit r Il I
shirt waist Is the entire absence of '

lines a specialty an! yokes In the back. Tly only yoke .. .
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TITUSVILLKK. Brevard Co., FLORIDA. Is all Is the one which .- .- ; ...-. !
which stylish at EasylTakci .. ,. T "'-....
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Is trimmed and applied to the shoulders It's .
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TV*. HOUQUTON'S forming a little, epaulet over the t ,., ,. .

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FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS! The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one Inmate,

seventy years of age who has been in the infirmary for three years
I the Dentos
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on a great sUfferer from indigestion, and has been taking: Ripans Tab \

j NOW AT PALM BEACH 11 ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he is I
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The Largest and Most Com t. i never without them. He Is willing that his name should be used tai

plete Establishment South. For catalogue and price addressB.W.JEROME pale anaemic girls a testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other pcrsom!I
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to try them. A second old gentleman in the same institution

GEO. S, HACKER & SONMANUFACTURERS need a fatty food to enrich | eighty-four years of age, has had liver trouble for many years and

Kockledge, Fla., Agt., for Brevard Co. their blood, give color tow finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have tw.

I East Coast for the Agent Globe for O.i Engines. t their cheeks and restore their jj! nurses there one thirty years of age& the other f forty-two; both suffer

health and strength. It is from indigestion& causing headache depression of spirits and nerv

Daily Service safe to say that they nearlyall .usness. They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they

t always have a package in their pockets. The matron also state
fat with their food.
'ON THEOcklawalia reject
that she i Is (forty-five years of( age and at tba.s suffers with indigotionj "'

... River. causing pain and paroxysms o'f txkfeing, and finds that die>

a Tabules are very good indeed and is perfectly willing. to have her

Nothing In Florida can compare witha came used in a testkaoniaL ++.wM 'ea's 4

trip on the World\ Famous Ocklawalia ''MSOtjjSj9ftCOD W"'TU4el ___,,_ ....- .--. .......... -. p..
River.* No tourist can aflord to miss It. .....,. -- -= -:::--......... ..-: -It..
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OF leaves Palatka for Sliver LIVER OIL .-:=-.;-.=.:.:::. :s.- ---- ::-. ::\:: .-. -,-
A steamer I
WITH HYPOP/fOSP/tlTCS a L/N f*SODA
Doors Sash Blinds Springs at 12.15 p. mt after arrival of 1 .. ..... i.P't

Moulding &,Building Material, trains; every from day Jacksonville except Sunday.and St. Augustine I Is exactly what they require j \! "HOW TO DO BUSINESS," A. EXPERIENCE BO YEAHQ* 1I I


Office & Warerooms, King, opposite Iteturaingleaves Silver Spring at 1:30:: '' not only gives them the im- ;: OS TUB '

Cannon StreetCharleston p. m., after arrival of trains from Tampa, \I, 1 | element (cod-liver oil) \ Secret of Success In Retail Merchandising

Ocala and Jacksonville ; every clay except -lly OEI).N. McLKAN.- ,
S. C. lit a palatable and easily di- < Tim Mont Cufnprclumalv. Practical and Vain.
Monday. aide Trash ,. on Hunlnea,and How to Kue....-

Cord and W. .C. Hargrove HEW SPRING GOWN.leeves. formbutalso the hypo- ; folly A Mil l*. It Irntik, fntmr of pnhlliiliiMl.prantlnal' hint., rnlaa- anil ... ,
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Sash Tn"n flArna
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Weights ampler itl urii'h ran valve that cvarjrnnfl, no matter JI .A .A
tucked and
General Passenger Agent. The backs are which are so valuable -\ how old and ex..erlenoed. rann.t but dorlvealianluM it DIIIr: :1:
plaited to correspond with the front. anII"'t' ". Vat.rom Ita teabings- 'i1'/ CO Y"'(" ''T J..
Hardware. Palatka, Fla. is many of them were made last season i E in nervous disorders thai while to the young novice It I.a hand book and A...,_..."ofl"" ........... "nil rtcwmt dI.!.,,...' ,. .
tr.amira/nut/ep.n.able v.lns. 'n' OIMIIHMI fra fiti*> InI
and tbey are altogether a vast :w Oraml AKOIII Wanted. Full II.liII'.n is pr hnb'IV' nnKmljthl' *. f.' uit, ,,
an mla.i j jSCOTTS t : :: :; ; .. ;.. ; ,
Window and Fancy GlassA 1 Choice on tutf yoke back proto usually accompany Ai(.nt''outfit I.Indlnr' th. 9'J ,,,,,.... on receiptof h.ru. rue I ernnd.el ttmdl.nb o. l' '
Improvement rrwk fur
... ... In all aunt Yhla.gamy se.uru.dp.tn.t.
EMULSION (Is ai. tit" iinliii to .r' xrorvlimptir.' I l-il* iu; : : ), aiiinn A o rt+: iUP
SPECIALTY. WlnesLlquore types. a IIn...* ..ootl..I..n riHDipt of $'i. AudreaaJKITlrKIWUN IfrrlaiKittcf, Without on.ry.. .III tb.

tat and Cigars. The the cloth latest guipure winter sera gowns, on will so manyof be a fatty food that is more easily i j rMtarhorn strait JACKitON.tW : Chicago. III. : teiu4utl it J'r.4..r'.1. ; '",

Guaranteed Pure. distinct feature of decoration on the digested than\ any other form ;: A han<1....imi. >'lf llhiirtnUMt ".." .. I nr-v> .or'
g rul'ttlwl'4.ny..et.ua' jitiiniul. 'I i '
YirgmiaHomes! Sold at red Deed new spring costumes. It will form FERRYSSEEDS : .i-.f'; ,,ir rrth.6: Sold by:all *r+..t), .
\ of fat. A certain amount of :
(price entire waists" yoke the lower and Fltarr/j/ P& L33OWreadwsl.flfm'i/: : ,

Imported I ITokay during portion of the skirts( and :I flesh is necessary for health. ]= hnnub 00.0. oM r lit.W..hln" '

Win, abllers at the side or ID front. This
You learn ali about Virginia Lands, from Italy I. shown In one of the UltistrathAi !A You can get it In this way. I Send the ADVOCATB .n order for any

It* resources, products mode of cultivation where It Is used as a panel at the aide, :! We have known JOD printing you need.]
reading the John B. Togni of the skirt and forms the yoke of the Tbeuroda al aard.n.wd.pA .
prices, etc., by .
Virginia Farmer. Sebd lOcts. Saloon, 125 East Bay St. silk bodIce. partially covered with a :I sons to gain a v anr.rry'l.d.easy and a.,., uuIvdl..ppolslm.at. Marriage Paper;;;: ::.
Metropolitan
triple bolero of clotb. The knotted while taking CMsp.u.U.tut.I Tboaaand of advrtla" to .,_
for 3 months subscription to the JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ash at the side Is of crepe de chine. day perJ befaa Ms., sal psioe.1opait ,....... w......,. p.. ......... Inlrotfa
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Va.WANTEDHOI ..54aldragkraSCOTT I sN. 5. p.y a Iltil. arr. far tt Urns formal' and. IM wort
Farmer Co., Emporla, and R.tall-_ These fashions and Illustrations are t. joe. r..av'.assla rt..anblp.r papsev.rywb.r. ad fr.. to I...... sample. top, ..
tVholeu1. A OWNS!, ClumUu, N w
gleane from the New York HDO'I: descriptions ., and always worth it.Aiwys SOCIAL ..IIICU.Tat 4<, Ohl.
ANTED-Umwe man or woman to travel fabric and -...oe.If ....... tb.Seat. IS./t.d Aessal IN.. -
man or woman to far*] Wnoo boowf salary lea nooUilr mad cf garment I. M.list a t1.. acuity, MISS. fire.tn; M.1..AMPL..pf..o' s
far Uric
; wary arb monthly andxpcQxmwith with Increase; .....1t1oD..ftD800 now In the shop III search of bargains ..
IneraaM; pnaltlno perm you are .nil Mi.iiii.fn. Mtnt opoo Mcollit, ,C"v for .... .
Tirmt; rnrlnt*....Ifld.-d'-.tam ..I.Dcelo.- I1A:t,AUIKB.ncn.se.ifaddn..wd,3M Caxton bedding, (.taDl.Iobe..C1>lc ja. ". -. read the ABVOCATB columns carefully. 1._A".. bureau, 14.1.Clalr At.I .,T.......'QINDIAN
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JOURNAL DBVOTKD TO TaID DBVBliOFMBHT To the superficial observer, Florida AU N OoAL

Or TUB IHDIAIf BIVBR, LAMA sand contains very little that TITUSVILLE FLA.YOU
WORTH AND UIHOAVNB BAVRBOTION, would excite the admiration of a .
POWDIER
farmer. The extreme top soil i 18

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. white in most instances, but'uni.ter- p ABSOLUTELY PURE would do well if you have property to sell and want It advertise, ", this
neath la u. dark sub-9oil which the"Cracker" : paper, free of cost to you, and,put In the bands' of live men, to write at ," .
CHARLES II. WALTON, Editor & Proprietor knows to be all right for Makes tho food more delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the publlKjf "< .
: Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency \\ :,.\
Dlsenntluuance of advts. must ba made per every kind of citrus fruit and tropIcal """'.'I1..n_'''ft CO,KPW VOftK. yours not

anally at this ofllre or by writing plants Strictly speaking, PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10.00.
Florida is ----- ----- and VEGETABLE LANDS $2.00 to $20.tO
not a farming country, o ORANGE per acre.
Check,etc., may he made payable to CnARl.it and, with the exception of that CALL FOR THE DEMOCRATIC have become qualified to vote since the Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north .pi pan
H. WALTON publisher and proprietor of the State called Middle last election. Gallie; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price, $iooo) ) .
portion STATE OKANGE GROVE 14 BO miles south of Tltusvlllo. Will .
CONVENTION."Call "The chairman and of each acres, pay 'Jq] n thisYORr
Addren all oomnmnleaMons to Florida, there is very littlecorncotton secretary and $2,01)0) next. Price, $7,000.
INDIA RIVER ADVOCATK.TiTusviLtE. and other Southern crops for State Democratlo conven- county convention, held for the purpose HAMMOCK LANDS!, near Titusville, from $5 to $25 per acre.
of electing delegates to the State convention -
FLOHIDA. grown ; but as a trucking and fruit tion to be held at Jacksonville, Fla., : are requested to send to lIon. W, A. One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2i miles west of Tltusville, )II' ,,1| for

1 growing country we, recognize! no Tuesday, JUlie 19, 1000. I RawU, chairman, TallahasHoe, Fla., a pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $550.00(), '
of Agriculture "The Democratic party of the State of written or printed of the .
: U. S. Department other State as our superior, and no copy proceec -
Florida will hold Mate convention at' =
Ings of such county conventions, together
1 y I Weather JJiirejui-Jupiter, Fla. other section of our' State quite so Jacksonville, on.Tuesday, June 1'), at ]2 with a list of the names of the count,
; ; good as the East Coast noon, for the following purposes: executive committee, In which sliould/b Jas. :Em Sours: ;
1, The following si a comparative statement What marvelous possibilities ."To choose delegates to represent the designated the chairman and secretary of .
of temperature and rainfall for the State In the national Democratic
conven
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such committee."W.
there in Florida sand I No i
R week ending. Tuesday, 1\111.1'.27, 111041.> are Lion, to be held at Kansas City, Mo., on A. RAWLS, Chairman. : Grain: 3E *' oo ;aL F-J.our
ay
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1800{ [ other soil so readily to ,
11)00) responds ,
July 4, 11)00\) ; to nominate candidates for "J. C,COOPEK, Secretary."
DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. 31 IN.ipI fertilizer as does Florida's, and the offices of Governor, one Justice of
GRITS MEAL AND COTTON SEED MEAL. NEW GARDEN
21 74 till 70\ J fi7 none retains its original strength the Supremo' Court, a Secretary of State, ,
YOn BEST RESULTS, use only nitro-
00(
22 75 08 77 Attorney-General, Comptroller, Treasurer SEED ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME.
I longer.. Sugar cane luxuriantly powder shells. If dealer docs not
2J: 711 C!) 84 04on grows Superintendent of Public Instruction, your
81 70 70 >> and Irish and sweet potatoes carry them regdlarly In stock have. him
21 Commissioner Agriculture( Railroad
Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects Harmless to
order ,a sample lot of the Florid ; man or
4iO 78 01)i!) in you
art; 83 can be raised super-abun Commissioner the term.of four years,
.20 79! (i0 88 (H dance. Our scrub soil is said to four Presidential Electors and four alter. Hardware Co., Jacksonville. beast. Agent: for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotation,
27 77 07 81 (flS J nates, to be voted for at the next regular Lowest cash
be the best for the growth of prices.
Total rainfall for the "week: 4.11. very State election, and to transact such NO MORE CIGARETTES.All .
Departure from normal rainfall for the tobacco; as It makes a thin, silky other business AS may come before the Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FL\.
I Inches. Departure leaf, which is no much sought,after convention."' -
week: plus 3.1)2 Connected With the Weather Service .. ,
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Hid l from normal rainfall since January 1, for cigar wraps. We have smoked different counties in the t State Must. Cease Smoking Them -

plus 6.80 Inchon.HAL. some of this Florida-grown tobacco, will send delegates to the convention up- A death blow wftagiven\ cigarette smokIng .
P. TUnnm, Observer. on the following basis of representation: CHAS. N. WELSHANS
and do not hesitate to say that it One delegate/ for each one hundred votes In the Weather Service, Saturday,
when Chief Willis l:. Moore issued
has excellent /flavor. 'This an
a most oast for the candidate on the State ticket '
General Joubert, vice-president soil is also eminently adapted to who received the highest numbeJr.of votes order the; service prohibiting from persons connected with durIng i

,J of the Transvaal, and commander the growth of cassava? a product at general election of If() one additional office hours, and smoking stating cigarettes further that- CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES ,COAL TAR PLASTER
for'the fraction thereof
vote ,
M of the Boer armies, died at Pretoriaon which is being largely used for when It amounts to fifty or more., The those who smoked cigarettes at any time ,
Tuesday, of stomach troubles. stock food and also for the would be mentioned in the confldentlareports i
manufacture committee has also allowed additional for Cabot's Creosote
Agent Shingle Stains.
which ate made quarterly to him
of starch.As representation whirs the vole was Increased ,
by chiefs of the several offices and divisions -
at ,the 'election of IsOS In
WE are naturally optimistic, but for vegetables, anyone can county for State officers. The counties any throughout the entire service 83F:: Write for Samples and Pi'ices.
do'not think we have overstepped grow them who has the least knowledge under this rule will be entitled to representation The order Is plainly worded, and the

'; the bounds in saying that Floridais of gardening., The mam.trou- as follows: t obeyed.chief evidently means that it shall be Old 'Phone 8. )jut 218 E Bay Street,

now the, safest state in the Union ble heretofore has been that people Alacllus .14 Leon . . ,14 "The order was issued after careful
for the investment of capital.LA have put their all into orange Bradford. :. .(II\ Levy . . .4 consideration and thorough Investigationof JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
c groves without trying to supplement Baker . . ,,2 Liberty . 1 the evils from cigarette smoking. It -, ---- -
Brevard.,5 Manatee. .8 will stand. la this service we are
compelled -
GRIPPE has/had/ the temerity their short crops with other Calhoun . ..2 Madison . .7 to maintain a strict discipline
w to abandon its northern strongholdand I saleable products. We are strongadvocates'of Citrus. . .. .2 hxariun . .0 In order to secure satisfactory very servIce., MeMurray[ & Baker
visit clime. But orange Culture ; but Clay. . . Monroe; . : .4 Some of our men, who are regarded as
our sunny far that Columbia.... . INassau. . . .4Dade,4 the most thorough and competent, doing ,
show lovnot go so as to say we
in that the microbes good
Orange. . . .10 every detail of their work with the utmost -
taste. Everybody and everything should give our attention solely to DeSoto. . . (1 I QHceola . . ..3Dllva promptness and accuracy, gradually) 220 and, 222 East Ray St. Mohawk Ulock. .Jacksonville, Fla.
are infatuated with Florida's! win. oranges to the neglect of everything !. .... .22 1'asc . ... .4 became carelen and lax. I sent limpte;
ter climate. else. With a soil capable pro. EKCI\mbll\ ... .11 Polk. . . .8Franklyn. tore to investigate, and In a number of Headquarters for-
. 2 St Juhn8..7
ucing so different kinds of cases!! It was found directly attrlbutal to
many Oa'tMden. . 7 Putnam . .8
the tine of cigarettes; I am not prudish, Material Harness
+ THE orange trees are putting on fruit and whv.vegetables farmers, there should Is not no Hamilton. . ,4 Santa Hosa. . :5 nor do I wish to assume any authority; Wagon Vehicles, Bicycles,
reason ur llernando.2 Sumter.,4ilillaboro
whatever over pilvilega which the
bloom this any
an unasually heavy make JBL living and have 'a bankaccount . .211) :ouwl1nneo.; .8 employees of the service should have, and Sondiles.
season. If the drought falls to besides. Holmes . .::1 Taylor ; .2 but as a public servant I feel that It 18
l put in its appearance tho coming Jackson . 0 V..llI'ila. . .8 my duty to correct any evil which "KELLY" SOLID
summer, there will be quite a large We hope yet to see the day when Jefferson, . ,14 WI1klllla . ,5Lafaayette exist, even If In attempting to make may this RUBBER TIRES put on you wheels
of fall. The Florida will be given to three kinds . .::1 Walton . 4 some may claim that I am overstepping at short notice.
shipment oranges next of crops that shall be considered Lake, . . .7 WaRhlnjlton.; .3 my authority. I can state most nmphatIcallv ,
pineapples are also said to be in Leo . .
staples, viz : Sugarcane, tobacco ,2 that the order will stand, and thatIt
fine condition, The good old times and Florida is said "The counties will select their delegates applies to the entire force of the bureau .
will soon be here again. cassava. cane in any manner which may/ he considered throughout the entire service. C'lgarettennrKiklnif HAMMOND -PACKING CO.Formerly .
to contain an unusually large; percent best by the people nctlng through must cense. ,Cigars and
( The G. II. Uammond
of saccharine, and capitalistswill the party organlzntlona a. recognized by .pipes are not barred." Co.)
.
TUB Porto Rican appropriation eventually discover the fact the last State convention. All Uemuc"llt" OUR SPECIALTIES :
bill has been paused upon favorably and noticeof such are Invited to partlcll"1teln the selection SASH, DOORS AND BLI DS. Florida
; and signed by the President.' This erecting give: a large sugar dIscoveryby refinery, of delegates thereto, including those who hardware Co., Jacksonville !!Coin!! Special"! !:: hams and breakfast .baconspecial'

measure places in the hands of Mr.\ somewhere in the confines of the ut.otn canned meats.

McKinley the sum of $2,000,0( !J to State. Give us manufacturing establishments "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.

be distributed'among! the starving that can use our products A "Calumet" leaf lard.
people of Porto Rico-u benevolent ,
and Florida will soon show Homemade pure lard.
appropriation which we hope will what she can do In the way of "Peerless"
be wisely managed. producing. Some are advocating compound lard sausagesand
all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
cotton factories for Florida. We

i' TIIK Loud Bill, the purport of do not especially need them ; let us Magnificento -- --'-----'- ------- -
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I which was explained in a recent have such factories as can utilize

f : issue of the ADVOCATE, has met the raw material raised by our WILLIAM CLARKE SAYI PLUMBER.

t' with strenuous opposition in the farmers, and leave the manufacture: Range. e ....
House, and in all probability will of 'cotton goods to those States 1

be defeated. It is unfair, unjust where cotton Is more largely"pro- 0 Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing, Sheet

and undemocratic throughout, and duced. This policy "we deem the 1 Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe; Bath Tubs, Water Closets

it is to be hoped that nothing like wisest and the best, and will doubtless .and Wash Stands. Copper vessels of all I. kinds and

it will again be presented for adop. meet with the approval of descriptions re-tinned.

lf lion nearly all of our readers. Of Men's Fine
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} HAD it ever occurred; to you that eatli of n Ja,>ka' nvile Lady. AbsolutelyAllWool 37 Forsyth St., Jacksonville, Florida

;f there was a bare of
possibility
Mrs. F. II. Woolston died lust Friday
..t other people being in the right and Suits at -------
evening at her mother's residence, 123:!: -- -----
you in the wrong? Or do you Ocean street, Jacksonville, after a 'most
belong to that infallible class that p.\lnfnll1lne88. This was one of the Bad- TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
dent tenths that has occurred In this
arrogates to itself all the wisdom!
N city, and every one who knew first Miss
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and crowning virtues of the angels? Lola OCbll8, then Mrs. Frank Ely and $7.50$8.5OaM$ $10.

If so, careful mental and psycho last ltl1'". WoolHlon, are la Brief to-tiny. Wood Coal
logical review of yourself would be Irs. Woolston was born and reared here Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,
and was one of the most respected and I "
a startling, if not.a refreshing \ -i-,
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loved ladles of the cityShe 'was last: t1 ,
study married about two years ago to Mr. F. II. : The Choicest Fabrics, of every conceivable pattern,

Voolston an accomplished gentleman Tailoring of the most dependable character throughout'I Vitrified, Payingmd g / Sidewalk Brick.....
THE Weather Bureau Service has who is connected with the Little Fertilizer -
-Could not be otherwise, as they are the productionsof
Co., to whom she was greatly de-
decided to employ no man who Offices foot of Uogan Street/ Jacksonville >
voted. The young! manly sons (JoIY'8)arrived ) the best and largest manufacturers in the country.We Florida. Telephone Xo. -<3i.
persists in smoking cigarettes.From this week from college, In North
long observation it has been Carolina, in time to see their mother before -' lay special stress on the style and perfect fit of J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager,

discovered that those who smoke the end came. A young daughter, : these !Hulls.:: Features in thein'.telves that make the ----- \ -
Mills Ely, also survives the mother! the : ------------------ ----- "
cigarettes are more liable to make father having died In 18 8. Mrs. Wool- suits1 the greatest value;) ever offered at any where

mistakes in their calculations than ton was a niece of Capt. C. D. Taylor these prices. .O. L. KEENE.
near .
{ those who do not. Pipes and cigarsare and a half sinter of A. J. Hedrlck and

not barred, as ordinary smoking Muse Kate Iledrlok, of Jacksonville .
is deceased was about -10 years of age, and Dress Goods
not considered to be detri. LATEST NEGLIGEE, Trimmings Millinery Notions
mental in any sense. Gradually (remains led at 8 were p. m.interred,-'of appendicitis.at St. Joseph's The ,

the cigarette is being abolished.In cemetery on Saturday afternoon. Spring-Style and all latest, Laces, Gloves, Umbrellas, Art Goods, Hosiery, Corset
another' column will be found
Chief Jloore's for High '*rl". for lied llananit CAPS Styles InFINE Prompt
the order. reasons issuing HATS, attention paid to all orders.
I Mr. Wm. K. Miller, of the' Fruit Auction "
Co., New York, sold on Thursday and SHOES V SHIRTS. This is one of the oldest and most reliable! house in Jacksonville. All the latest
THE refusal much of red bananas, Realizing 1023. J'atterns
I of lion. Itobt. W. + (and Style.
This Is said to be the highest price ever
Davis to meet Frank Clark in joint obtained! at auction for bananas. The You can see them !in our windows, but we would much-prefer 101 West Bay Street, corner; of Laura, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.HI .

discussion, before the.Bryan club, bunch of reds came 4n a consignment of that you step inside and examine them' more closely.
of DeLand Fla. Jamaica bananas over the Pennsylvania
was another exhibition y1 -
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of that railroad to E. C. Oedney. Oeo.'D. Green -

which Sir. Davis common has long sense been, for trouble wood was with the purchaser Spain rod* Ever bananas since have the You Will Be Surprised ,At Their Goodness JfWCLEO. WATCHES CLOCKS

conspicuous. They both stand leased to be factor In this country. For
upon the Chicago platform, both two or three years we have received only ,
are in favor of th-- nomination of the yellow fruit from Jamaica and Central Our lines.of Men's Furnishings,*Hats, and Caps in all the new

'1 Bryan for the Presidency, and con America.were turned Several, and the years red ago fruit the predominated tables -- designs, Men's Women's and Children's Shoes, are always com ,.Jewelry, Diamonds,

"sequently have nothing to discuss. and the yellow fruit was as pleteand up to the standard of good grades.
Mr. Davis' mental faculties are too much of a curiosity as the red fruit Is Souvenir, Wedding lilngs and Presents,

i; well balanced to permit him to entertain now. Another year It Is expected that Always ready to please! we are, Yours to Serve, Io( S, .r,.,_.:: di s Waltham Watches, etc.
large quantities of the red fruit will come y
_ I any such ridiculous propo- here from Cuba. The plantations were
ition. If any political disagree destroyed during the war, but are now Eagle Clothing Store Sltvertwu PUB WITCH and JEWELRY IEPUBBG;<

a ment existed there would be some well under cultivation again. A SPEC1ALTT.
1 sense in a Joint ,discussion but ,
otherwise. not The ADVOCATK: Is now on file at all Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid ona'way. R. J. RILES,
the beat hotels in New York clt{. Opposite the bank, Titusville. 225: W. Bay St., X8OCTH.U, Pt.ap

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Miss Mary Wittfeld and brother Carl, Use McCOMB & CO.

S"U1VIN"E: .!: uesday.were hero visiting blends Monday and our Pineapple' Brunei if you want to meet. ,,1,


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T1TUSVILLK:, FLORIDA, F1UDAY MARCH SO, ItKH). I-co. ;t.

Tibbals. ----..-- -.-., -. .- I+

STEAMING FOOD. THE BEGINNER. I I

Judge D. L. Gaulden, of Jtd'Y....... and DI.Bil vmitaKr. .f *._. .( the Tronl,... He !!.. ..* 11 TiCodiilc: Co.
I made a business trip to our Cooking l'.rSI! ....... MU akr. II. Make. ,
I Saturday, returning same day There la much difference: of opinion The question of how to t begin In the .Florida devoting Its time to the .

Lay-reader W. f>. Ollmoie among practical fanners as to the advantages 1 poultry business Is one of Importance.There !'. liP A INTI.AntI AMATEUR I i I I

J services next Sunday afternoo or losses from cooking food must be l beginners or there can

I time, In St. Paul's Episcopal c for farm stock say The American be no true fanciers but a very serious }loveloplng and Printing.. ,

j Mrs. M. A. Curtis, proprlet Culthator. Theie cau be no question fault exists In many young minds ins. .

:Xctbeiby, and :\1 rs. Gridley, that most animals like their food better they expect to become fanciers at troot '
ST. AUGUSTINE( FLA.titurtaiiicr.
ant callers on Mrs. J. T. Watc : t'
urday, last. wheu cooked and will eat It more the very start. They Imagine 'that the 1 t

Our postofflce will be mad greedily. But whether they will eat poultry business consists l In merely sonic.of the reasons it does not stand ,

j order office on April 2nd, whl< more food In Its cooked state la not HO buying it few good fowls and lettingthe : ...
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I much to the convenience of th certain. Cooking by steaming makes stock produce some more of the J

of this office, and will be much the dried cornstalks as succulent ua>, same kind. They hold the l ellef that on the East Coast of Florida* disonf --...v, t
,
ted. they could be If put lip green In the "like produces like." and therefore If

] The frequent rains and war silo and without the slight Ions li.r fcrmentation they place a pen of 1"lzwlllnt'I'S at
[ is causing the orange nod hem work the next .seawall. will see them raphophones
that ensilage pays u rite 'Iliere 11r..lllrl'l'lIt'rloUII complaiiitM about Pnlnt on the blast: Cuatt of Florida,
put on an unusual Ir
largo gr surrounded. with n host of equally valuable
heavy bloom, and will also apercentage price of keeping It sweet. The tit(Mill! litt. ClIAI.KINd: ( }
siHH-lmeiiH.
to the ed straw cornstalks and hay Ol'In l Iii"
pineapple The fact I... the breeding of prizewinners and. PEKI.INO or CKACKINO, up.
I growth of young plants. beat possible condition for adding/ I
Is an art. This Is owing to 3rd. PADINCl or SI'OTTINO: ,
them wheat bran orlieat .ddllnga.
meal in -
irludlng Talking Kocorda latest
Capt. J. II. Andrews ,
and w several Finn. the tendency
entices: :
several days last week thus making/ the ration mnrhmore liexe. may be due to following rHusoH : H>r dozen: ; also Supplies.
at Pal ..: -
fowls that I. the
to revert In I -
.VIM
and nutritious than It cull .
Mis. Andrews returned by tall, palatable strongest! element In the blood In the Paints made from White I.I'Stf will chalk and rub off, like 1Vhllr-tvasb.) f ) on us \

up Captain the coast preferred,'arriving a cruise here on on could But be It must made bo without remembered cooking.that all disposition to get hack to the original/: TbN, I think, U due to the action of tile salt, warm atmosphere on the lead. 3 & 00.

| both report an unusual pleasr the starchy food when wet and cooked parentage! In .style, whatever that limy Paints mixed with Impure I or other adulteration* and Paint Hint I U } Jacksonville, Ifl"" .

Mrs. Thomas Limer': of Colu I expand !HO much that the stomachsof have been. This creates a latge percentage applied l on a wet surface, will Crack' or Peel. iNn yovir..Tii.s.; : .. I

who has been spending sever all nom'uuthutnt anlm.iU: cnunot hold of Inferior birds In every lock. All colors will Fade In ttilt cllninte; Home more than others.. Paint it

I here as the guest of Mr. and M aa much nutrition as If the.v were rod In the srronil i place, prize winnersare mixed with pure colors (in Turn Miinecd Oil will itland longer/ and fade inort I m'

i Harris; left for her home on Su dry nod IItll'onk.Tlu'\ )' ;do not eat In one XI-UKO artificial specimens, evenly, than Paint that are mixed with poor colors sod oil. =>aim Beach.
much to the regret of the hoot ( so much aa they ,N.>eiu\ to. iiml naturei which have uo llxed standard. We ,
1 she made during her stay with not to be cheated. The smaller: ration pay this In face of the fact that a -- Y

UBtino Limer on will her spend way a home few days at grain In nutrition digests at much leant quicker of cooked, and meal In the or the standard recognized of perfection aUI hOl'IIIUIIn"rl Is published by Three Things are necessary to secure good results in Painting; U AN>ln mire Htlll doing a good tour-

Miss Eugene Small, a very p case of pigs the animal. will be almost can Poultry association.I Hut no two :High: ton Is doing/ line dental

young/ lady of Macon\ Ga., wh ready to squeal for more an hour or Judges. of fowls agree lu their detailed 1st. A 1I1UII( (IKADK I I .: PAINT.2ml. I :' .0. I this noct Ion.

Mr. and Mrs W. II. Harris and two after eating a hearty meal. As the Interpretation of that( work, and no et A SMOOTH, DRY lwnJ:: <'ACI':. rich farm hero will remain
Palm Beach on their cruise, Is rule with most farmers Is. to feed fattening act reading can be given It. Take the It the middle. of April. The
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hurrl* hogs only twice or at moatthree Plymouth Itock, for example.. Thisbreedcomes :3rd. A Fl IWT er.\8-1I'AIXTI'n.: : tin farm has been very HucroitsJnin. -

American Small la secretary of the D.UIR times a day: title cooked food I neatest" to being/: a satisfactory I Tliiiiiiwt.: important ol Ih'IIt'IH I I the PAINT, tutu n dry Kiirface' hardly *

friends Revolution,, and ha goes through them\ so rapidly that they popular note bu' there are few lexa esHetitlal. ') II. Walton, of the Anvo* '

In this place who welcon are hungry a good deal of the time. breeders wbo coincide on the first point __ on _____ -_- .'_ .lisvlllo, was horn on Monilny.n .
Capt. Geo. E. Andrews has b< have shown that namely, shape It therefore follows nt the Hoyall'l'lrnp Miami
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Many experiments Alter diligent/ inquiry and repented) trials, backed by testimonials .
lag frequent trips with his hat that wide diversity of opinion obtains. lays.'ory
tween Palm Beach and uncooked dry meal will fatten hops" from those who hove used thrum, I am of the opinion) that John W.Manury .
this '
pi.; else. Then the as to what shall be called worthy of a was at his winter home
faster than anjthliiR
fishing & Sons' Railroad. White nml i Railroad CUIOrHOUIllt> nearer t
parties. Gilbert's '
Bar I
Even with the established / but
meal expands while It Is Inside the prize. Hiiinliiy, went back to Lit.Sundny .
its channels seem to be noted f Illling the requirement uf.\ 111011 (1HADK: PAINT, thai oilier. 1
any
fishing hog's stomach and most of the time breeds color and shape are hard to / night, to play In the
/ grounds, and all who on effects of Its maintain. paint, for line on I the East: Coast of Florida.ia RinploiiHhlp golf tournament.
fall ale the
10 It la sleeping
give a trial; never faith! the hog ; Week.FetTcrsim.
a good catch of bluefish, sheophi hearty dinner. It Is poHHlble. that If allowed These are the principal I reasons why --- ------ ---- y

all they will eat of dry meal I novices fall the second year nod become who has been bore', .
The yacht, Irene, again/ gal! will eat too touch\ for their own discouraged. Experience, In the .wQ&t :Railroad: : Whit ? )o Hound. since thn last week:
Monday for I'alm bogs
Beach, and _. erlurt hero
work and familiarity with the fancier. ---- -- -- -- -- Wednesday, for
Whole corn In the ear. requiringthe !
places of
interest good.
the
a very Jolly party,along aa !follows coa: animal to eat It slowly will posid-' trade are essential' to succesx.. No man The llawe of Itallroad/ Wliltu It )I'll reAm', mixed with 1'111'1Pnlnt On time for he a will short Join his wife amt t
stay
Mrs. Harry Jennings/ Mrs. Em bly fatten hugs faster than either cooked can spring Into high.place' lu any business Pigment/ thoroughly( / /ground In Pure Llnxccd Oil.I
Miss Alice Say lor, Misses Clark, uncooked corimii'iil. or profession and hold bill rank While ) K.: Van, Lucas and wife and
It I.I.* put up In )paste form, IIIIICtill! Maine alt the Lead, but
Pie Haymor and Mr. Art Saeger In nil ruminAnt nnliniiN It Is djinjreroua : without having a foundation la knowl requires more oil to mix It ready for use Is* I.uulne. Kemtn, of Wllmlngwhi / -
will be joined( at Palm Beach In lurire edge. ") hate been spending arf
feeil meal or grain
Gertrude England. to Railroad Colors are the. same an time Railroad White, with thin colorsadded. the winter at I'nlui HOl&oh.
Nothing without (mixing:': It with Home The way to begin Is to take a single .
usual stormy weather will prey amounts more bulky and !less nutritious food I breed and study It In the light of public Tlie Manufacturers guarantee that all the Ingredients/ of their to Ormond for 11 few days

genial party from having a good that requires renmatlcntlon. This will p slows In the finds of admitted I fan paint are l'"r"lIlId if properly applied' on smooth, dr>' Hiirfiirn' they :irnull, mnmigur of t llio Palm

The launch, Buckeye and yach send It to the first. stomach to be cast clers and) In one own yards.. Comparison will give entire wilUfnclioii., oh nf tlie Kloi,'Ida ostrich farm,

arrived In port on Friday, last, up a few hours later as. a cud to I IK? will do wonders as an educative t I New York for A few lays, 1
cruise down the coast, v'th! a ver chewed after It ban I been softened by means, but uo beginner should attempt aylor, one of the urockholdoriiiiny -
Inert and Ooat. | $la In chaigo during
jolly party, whose nan the Juices of the stomach. Where to sell birds as superior stock until be
/given In a previous article. Th i
whole grain and meal 1111'1' fed to cattle actually knows what other men call Iela.t i
party were delighted with the t good fanciers' stock. The font of 1'nlnt made'from Masury's Itallroiul Colors depends. or the aunt events of the HDHHOII at. )
with morebulk
mixed some
being
without
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fruits report secured having at abundance different ports of suliKtiuice It uminlly goes' to the The selling of birds at low price Is a of oil, which Is now very high./ One hUlldr.IIolIlI.llIlIIlxc..1 with (lti) Uullonx lay ft grounds wax match the llfty-blnl

far-famed bluefish and many earl second stomach and. thence Into the intestines mistake. A fancier's fowl Is never sold Pure Linseed Oil will produce 10 gallons of Paint ready. fur use' and will cover (There( pigeon were three prizes Saturday, thelome -

the finny tribe which In a very f Just, a* the cud
utes after being pulled out of th has been thoroughly chewed. It this meat purposes can he had at that rate I 10i> lha. Railroad. Colors, at He.' cost *8.0<) .Alien, and second: a pumo of
were served In elegant style on bo grain or meal has not been swollen by but not the kind Hint get. the winners e third n sliver mug, given
Irene (II!Ij gallons Llniteed Oil at 7Z: 4.MH
as well as the luscious l>lv cooking! or steaming.: It will so distend at shows. A single/ specimen may now oe>k.

several varieties found in the the smaller stomach and Intestines as and then be picked up from a cheap of 1'nlnt . -"$ jiman of
waters. The entire party were de Making 10 gallons at 1.11:/ per /gnl. New York, who In
with their cruise. to produce the most serious results. flock that shows phenomenal color winter at the loyal I'oln-
Even the cut feed cohered with meal I shape and other points and may be Till wll.l cover 8,000) square feet, ttoo (coats, or at a tout of -l.Jo: Lee j square. ttiirilny evening entertained

Too many people loose valoabxperlmenting If fed to cattle should always be well Just the bird needed. to mate with au Compare thin. with Paints mixed "Heady for Use." Tin-He rout ordinarily t Mrs. !Hterry at dinner at thus

In / with cough an steamed so as to expand the meal before established hefty, but the chances are 1.60 (per /gallon, and each gallon In claimed, i to rover U3O; / square feet, two coats, t the Inlet. Mrs. Sheehan:! I I.*

cures. They should take Folev's It la eaten. There will be more expansion that It will In the hands) of a novice or at a cost of (IH>c per square. ,jc-Mnutenant-JoTernor, Wm.
and Tar before It is too late. B. 1 In the stomach but what I It ca.sl back to a ruinous weakness. Only Of Now York, and one of the>
son & Son. 1 gets before It I Is eaten will prevent I It confirmed line bred birds maintain politician of the Empire


Lotus. this from cooked doing much food. If requires any Injury.more But frequent stamina.If a beginner Is contented to start asa Why Should You Pay $1.50 per Gallon for Oil, te J season 'U now'' drawing! so>

feeding: than Is best for continued beginner he can pretty surely count e close: there Is one spot at

Everybody is enjoying fresh be good, digestion/ so that even ruml-I on developing Into a fancier but If be that d"ulI not seem to be

week, furnished by C. C. Provost. mnt: animal will not usually! except Jumps to the front without experience When you" can buy It, and mix"' : It yourself" at 7Sc per gallon it|'Ille spot lessening I I" the number of

C. D. Provost i lit shipping cabba while quite young fare as well on food be I. likely to Jump back again out of When you buy 'Heady" Mixed Paints'. you" are paying $1.60 per /gallon lictint, hot weather swimming has sent,

Irish potatoes, this week, on prlvi that Is cooked as ou that given raw Blgbl. for Linseed Oil. le wlinln population to the J
ders. n and which requires a longer time to di This rule holds good with those who he middle of the day, ant.
James Sharp has taken bison gest. There should be a rest for the aspire to become "large raisers" In one!' When you" wish to do some/ painting/ write me for.,Color Card. eto. almost as. much crowded a% \'Ii\

the west side of the river up, to we digestive!; organs between meals, andthis year. It I. safer to spread that ambition Your truly, tight of the season.
C. Thigpen. rest should come. so tar as possible I over several years. In time the t

nt regular Intervals. When a fully breeder of fowls for market may reasonably JsALVK I.VTIIK WORLD

Cocoa T. G., lost Ronald attended and the gun si grown animal has Its food made so calculate on becoming a fan* Geo. F. Paddison ire. It I. made from a pre, j
days Friday, spent t neatly ready for digestion that I It cler but-Inert are lessons to learn all 4 world wide known skin

away. passes off: In one or two hours It soon along the way. and the necessary qualIties !- (Ii.,, positively the most heal-
:Messrs. Ennls, Provost liamstiv appears to be eating all the time and of to Insure succeHs In any business tulles, burns, sculiU, ulcers, '"

'>n illiamg business were' in Cocoa, last Sat course only a little at each meat Such are perse venture, pluck and Industry. Eau Gallic, Florida. i 9on.'J'rlr.nail.l all skin diseases. B.

feeding la sure to Injure digestion. American :'oultrJournal.\ .
Mr. and Mrs. Chalker were call, r
Mr. and Mrs.'It. B. Stewart's, Br, fur IU
ast Tuesday. .... .-. ,.
., -....../....., -ant-uuea'a vita. ...'D,,-IHIIXHI rauisnes- or excellent qual}
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W. Bisbee and wife were vial/, lung troubles. --'-"f.- + % 'nntf metis of the finny tribe. All the party amount of good with her money. Ono ity, are wiling/ around< , Banyan' on Tuesday, visiting Mr. and pitallty. The /guest* wereAi; : DIG Every bottle Only ) and I.OO. are enjoying the best of health and antlolpnte of her large, gifts wasa $ .', ,( :Mrs. J. X. Verner. Laughlio, the Misses. Kate Eyer, Xonle free at B. K. Wilson guaranteed.4 Son's Trial bottle huge enjoyment during/ tile hale to the city of Hartford In memory of ber a good demand the past few days st .
I For causes unknown at this writing Lapham, Grace Patterson Daisy Hardee, drug store. ante of their outing. Mr. Ilazlewood, will husband sad eon.Story itto to -48o' per dozen. +
Genevieve Barnes, Gertrude Breeze not return with the business ---
j i :\fi... party, calling -
Hardee failed to return to. herschool Anne McChesney and Myra' Williams, and GOING DOWN HILL. .People suffer I him to Havana.
on Monday. Messrs. Eyer Shares, Crelghtoo Fiske, fag from kidney klueases feel a gradual of n NInve. C. S. Arnold, of Youngstown, Ills., In- I

Archie Chambers has been to his home Thomas aod Wood. but steady loss of vitality. They should Eugene J. Hall, the poet and) publUh- To be bound band and foot for year writing of Dr. Kurd'. I'yspeptlclde, says
by 'the chains of disease Is the "My wife has taken
loose worst :t bottles
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In no In of D
Georglana. the latter part of last week trying Foley's Kidney ere says that one dose of Koley's spep. ;
and first of this week. It Saved Ills Leg Kidney Cure. It Is guaranteed:"' B. K. and Tar restored his voice when hoar Honey_ form of slavery. George D. William. of tickle and Is, I believe, permanently cur +
ed
Manchester
Wilson Jk Son.lllsmarck's. Mich tells bow such a slave of 'Indigestion, constipation and sick r
Mr. and Mrs. C. Thigpen, of Bonaven- P. A. Danforth, of LaQrange, Ga., Central seas' threatened Music to prevent his lecture at was made free. He says: "My wife has headache, with which she has been trou
Hall
pure, were pleasant callers on S. A. O.- suffered intensely for six months with a else Chicago. Nothing been so helpless for live that she bled for twenty years or more. Money i
teen and wife, !Sunday.: frightful/ running sore on his leg, but Iron :Nerve. as good. li. It Wilson A Son. could not turn over In be Jean After cannot estimate the good It has dono

C. writes that Bocklen's Arnica Salve wholly Was the result of his splendid health. using two bottles of Electric: Bitters, she her." B. It. Wilson A Mon.
DEALERS
Woodward
for who is sojourning here cured It In ten days. For ulcers, wounds, Indomitable will and tremendous will please note that Florida Is wonderfully Improved and able to lo
a few weeks Is daily out on the river, burns bolls it'. energy: Hardware Co., Jacksonville, are selling her "
pain or plies the beat are not found wbere stomach, liver kidneys / own work. This supreme remedy
one.fishing, and often comes In with a fine salve in the world. Cure guaranteed. and bowels are out of order., It- kerosene oil heaters at cost. for female diseases quickly tunes nervoniniMS For Sole. .

Only 2'xJ. Sold by D. Jt Wilson A Son.druggi.t'lI. wart these sleeplensnesa headache -
you qualities and the success melancholy, 14 acres choice land
A at
Beans LITTLE KNOWN Georgians
the are blooming again and ere long they bring, use Dr. King's New Life Pills KAdV-That the backache, fainting and dizzy spells. fronting Indian and Banana Itlvers .
harvest majority of serious diseases originate In partly -
will be This
reaped, and the poor They develop / miracle working medicine Is
every power of brain and a godsend
truckers will not be much better off than Please write ns whenever you fail to body. Only :25o at B. K. Wilson: Bone disorder of the kidneys. Foley's Kidney to weak, sickly ran down people. cultivated.1,1W.001 Address, ; terms to suit.
Before. I receive the ADVOCATE. drag store. Core Js guaranteed.: Try It today If you Every. bottle guaranteed. Only :50 cents.
CoCBTLAffD
are not feeling well. 13. K Wilson. Sold by B. H. Wilson Bon BUCKNAx,.
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... JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THB DBVBIOPMBNT /- To the superficial observer, Flor.

OF TUB INDIAN RIVER, LAKE ida sand contains very little that TITUSVILLE FLA.YOU

WORTH AND DIHOAYNB BAY 8ltOTIONB. would excite the admiration of a .It e .
Fowi
farmer. The extreme top soil l is ;

PUBLISH EVERY FRIDAY white in most Instances, but' under. PURE would do well If you have property to sell and want It advert..,...,.' ? tji) h

neath id dark sub-soil which the paper, free of cost to you, and put in- the bands of live men, to write ut m, ? to;
CHABLKS II. WAI/TOJ', Editor & Proprietor.Dlncontlniianc ; a this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public.K3f .
"Cracker" knows to be all right for Makes the food more delicious and wholesome Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency.I\ ;'1)' not

of ailvtu.. Blunt be made personally every kind of citrus fruit and trop. B/Ntl flWtNfl M1W' en.. NPW Yf7RN. ,QIUI I

at thin ofttr.e, or by writing: / ical plants. Strictly speaking? ---"' .. --- ,- P r and river per acre S2.00OO $10.00

Florida is not a farming/ .country.. wI $2.00 to $80.l> per acre.
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Check, etc., may he l made payable....to. CHABLES --.I .---,"." a river front; one mile north "i Eau
H. WALTON, pnbllitlier .-.* --- I :.. ,:VT f.S' vegetables. Price $1,000.J )

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which Mr. Davis common. sense, wood was the purchaser) Ever since the Will' Their Goodness EiJFWE .
has long been trouble with Spain red bananas have You Be Surprised At WATCHES CLOCKS

conspicuous.' They both stand I ceased to be a factor in this country. For ,

upon the Chicago platform, both two or three years we have received only ,

are in favor of thA nomination of the yellow fruit from Jamaica and Cen- Our lines.of Men's Furnlshlng ,* Hats, and Caps in all the new
tral America. Several the Diamonds
Bryan for the Presidency, and con. were turned, and the years red ago fruit pre-tables designs, Men's Women's and Children's Shoes are always com . .Jewelry, ,

"sequently have nothing to discuss. dominated and the yellow fruit was as piett>, and up to the standard of good grades.
Mr. Davis' mental faculties are too much of a curiosity as the red fruit Is Souvenir, Wedding liins( and Present,

well balanced to permit him to en. now. Another year it Is ei pec ted that Always ready to please, we are, Yours to Serve, IQ( S. \;:-- Waltham Watches, eta
large quantities of the red fruit will come Y

6 i tertaln ition. any If any such political ridiculous disagree.propo. 'destroyed here from during Cuba. the The war plantations, but are were now Eagle Clothing Store S\ k 1lL L FINE WITCH and JEWELRY BEPA1RM6

I ment existed, there would be some well under cultivation again.: A SPECIALTY.

sense in a Joint discussion but ,
not The ADVOCATE: Is now on file a' all Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one'way. R. -j. RILES,

otherwise. the best hotels In New York olt{. Opposite the bank, Titusville. 225 W. Bay St., KSONTII.LZ, FfJ

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I If it were not the BEST does Georgiana. COKIttCM'ONUKNCK( : INVITKD. STENCILS: FUIINISIIEIH I
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TILIZERS.v'
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anyone supposeS

Monday JImmie Tuttle was over from Hortl, McCOMB & CO. !'


Miss here Mary Wlttfcld and brother Carl, Use our Pineapple Brand if you .want to meet ,I

"':J1' 1'T] :w uegday were visiting friends Monday and r ;

with success. 000 'V'V"' L\.shl.n.g1cn1: : ; St.; NOwYOr11C.
The many friends of Miss Lillie Carter {

helped her to celebrate her sixteenth t
.Make of. ,
a Specialty
birthday Monday.Mr. ; .. .. '.


Hall .place and Mrs.on the Carrlngton beach were, from In town the GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: ;

' 4XWOULD last Thursday. Ammonia........ ...... .. ..i.:......................, .... ..... .. ..... .. ............ 4. to a event i 1.:
Avalll\hl..l'hoftlhorlo ....... ........,......... .... ... ... ... .... ...... .. ti r<> r .BEAN S.
Prayer meeting at the church every' I'otuOKaO: ........ ,.-Acid. .. ...................... ... ..... ........ ...,.. .. ... 6 to a per iiuri'tinf' '('''t.

evening doing! the week; everybody Price $;30.00 PER TOfl, F. O. B. JACKSONVILLE, . ,
Invited
cordially to attend.

George Carter's dog, Jack, died last Favor with of
us a shipments
BRING ANY BETTER:: Tuesday, And l as he was the only I doc In part your I t ,,
the neighborhood, his death was felt by 11
all. Largest dealers in fertilizing material; We won't ask you to continue If others beat us. t '

PK1CR THAN OTIIKlt Grandma Munson was taken quite sick f .
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Thursday Dr. Holmes attended her <

:suT' T JE1 JR. feeble during but tile Is night some better.and she is still quite .. the State.All / (;

Photo Supply Co. ,
R. B. liurchflel, of Anthony Kan., ..- .
sent half a ton of fertilizer for his orange

Tibbals. grove at this place. J. W. Bruner is cheerfully ,
Correspondence nnwu'orocl.B3T"
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doing the work in a first-class manner. I ... JluI"o&hunn: Tvoclnlc O i''
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Mr. White's mule, Manda, had her ... '
Judge D. L. Gaulden, of Tltusville, Easter early. She found a basket fifty : Write for Special Pamphlet. Tho only house In :'Florida devoting Its time to tho t' t f
I made business trip to our burg, last I eggs In the barn, and ate them all ex : ,
I Saturday returning same day. cept about a dozen for her breakfast I AMATEUIl. t I'' ,

'W. whl Monday morning. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE I.
Lay-reader G. Gilmore hold CO. OUR SECLtLTY-1)oveloping and }Printing.. ;
I services next Sunday afternoon at usual
Mr. aqd I time, In St. Paul's Episcopal church were over at Uncle and Auntie Hughes Glvo us a tilnl. No trouble to answer questions.

Mrs. M A. Curtis, proprietress of tlieXetherby Saturday. lira. Salmon had the misfortune :raoksoc.: .vi11e, Florid' : 81 King Street ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.KODAKS. t'
and to fall from her bicycle "'lit summer 1
Sirs. Gridley, were pleasant t
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Injured her -- -- -- --- -
callers on Mrs. J. T. Waters on Sat- right arm so badly that -- -

I urday last. she Is btill unable to use it. Melbourne. Eau Gallic. ...The" ]I Ideal Home Entertainer... :f
Seth Symmonds and mother left Monday
Our postofflce will be made a money : I "
order office on April 2nd, which will add for their home In Kenosha, Wis. "-1 ---- "
[ much to the convenience of the patrons The Captain and daughter, Miss Eliza- Miss HodgHnn arid Miss Uosnlo are on .- The Genuine Edison.. .
beth Gt IO)1nOU !._Real Estate and Loans.: the sick list this week.A .
of this office, and will be much approcla- expect to remain for some time yet. I
for .ffitnA, 1..0,11"1anll unit
I We shall be sorry to have the jolly Cap- Ulube Agent, and Imimrlnl FI r. IiiHiiraueo.Liverpool Hpnnlnl' largo party from Melbourne\ visited
and :
ted.The i tain leave our community. attention paid< to the Interests! of nonresidents Ban Gallle Phonograph Graphophones
frequent rains and warm weather iJJ2T" Monday on yacht J. F. P.

Is causing the orange and lemon trees to The sloop of Capt. Roy McFadtlen was Mr. and Mrs' C. \W. :Merrill and Frank l

put on an unusual largo growth and here Thursday and Frfclay with its cargo Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE!:, J. Merrill were here from Tropic In their
heavy bloom, and will also add a large of sea shells and curios. Quite a number tho pink paper of the Bust Coast, will bo launch. From $5.00 up.
[ percentage to the pineapple and were sold to those who were glad o'
crop received at the Melbourne Postofflce.Messrs. .
growth of young plants. : the opportunity to get them to take Miss Mattlo Brown, of Melbourne has Largo 'andorhnent of EDISON RECORDS, Including Talking Records, latest I
( home as souvenirs( of Florida.. boon the guest of Mis. Paddlson several popular Songs( Marches SpuolallleH, etc, at.110: ( > per dozen; also :Supplies.: .: ,1;
Capt. J. II. Andrews and wife spent Wm. and James'Powell took a j days thin v.eelc. Write IIM for catalogues and full Information, or call on lie. I
i several days last week at Palm BelLeb.llrs. The "Old Folks" had a picnic at Oceanus jolly party to the Beach, last Wednesday. .
; Andrews returned by rail, while the Thursday. Captains Carter and Charlie McBrldo Is with MlfsSndieSmill\ and the MUnes JCKHO, | VE.. :r: ..OOE3S::: & CO111 .

Captain preferred a cruise on his yacht Angel each took a boat load over, and keeping up and Claudia; McMillan )left hero, Sunday" Nip I
the West St. Jacksonville
times by adding a fine now stock ofgrocoI'les. : I Bay j '
| up the coast arriving here on Saturday; all had a pleasant day's outing on the I for Lake City, to attend the /State Agricultural i'\
| both report an unusual pleasant tlmo. beach. On Friday Miss Dodson's school w College. ...JI WI'r.It\: MUSICAL (hMi)4 ANI) NOVHI.TIKS... 1
closed, and the folks had Frank Foe in sidewalk
having
young a picnic a new Mrs.
Thomas
Mrs, Thomas Llmer of Columbus Harbour and her
0., at HIscock's all said down In front of his guests I
Poinf. They they put building on Mrs. Friend and Master
who has been spending several weeks : Thomas Har
had a fine time. J Front Street.Meslames.
here as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. \V. II. bour, returned, on Wednesday!. of last Miami. Palm Beach. 1
Harris left for her home on Sunday last, -- -- Gillman and Frank Robert week from a visit to Miami and Nassau. .

I much to the regret of the host of friend toms Other of remedies only alleviate the symp- son returned, :Saturday' from their visit Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge ]H.inna: of Coinm- Col. ('. P. [Mutton, mid T WatinonMen Tho hotels aro still doing\ good tour

[ she made during her stay with us. Mrs Loyal Ford's dyspepsia and Indigestion, Dr.) to Palm Beach I bus, Ohio, who litVP been pleasant. guests .111. "of ItoHtnn, liav barn making lilt hllslno,,".

Llmer will her spend a few days at St. Augugtine -< the root Uyspeptiofdo of the disease cures, and by. thus attacking Mel\srR. Frank Powell, G. S. Snedeker at Hotel Grnnndi, the past month or so, same big 'tl 1-11 cute hod during their atay Dr, 1I,," html U doing A fine dental
on home.
way makes a healthy stomach that will perform and Wm. Nowl.in' took a sail up the Banana left. Tuesday for efnhil, wilt o they at the Uoyal Palm.Mls bll..hle In ihl* nocllno.

Miss Eugene Small, a very prominent all Its functions perfectly. B. K. River, lust Sunday' ...l11l1peIlIIIL shout time before returning Julia Russell. Parson and Mrs.W. The ostrich faun herD will remain
young lady of Macon, Ga. who joinedMr. Wilson Son. North. have been open(
Hftdnclt who
Mrs. L. C. Moore, of Rosoland, came H. enjoying until about tho middle of April. Tho
and Mrs. W. II. Harris and The Hotel Granada under tho 1'iitm. launch havo rntiimud'
pal.tyat1'IIIm management a week' al ,
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Saturday her father
up, to H e Mr. John neaMoit' at tho farm butts boon very successful.
Beach on their cruise, Is now the Goode and Is still here with him. of 1)r.| Hullcok Wellos cloned n here to end tilt season .at t the Hoyal Palm.. .
Client of !Mr. and Mrs. Harris. Miss Rockledge. abort, but highly\ mincennful" .season, on
Small Is secretary of the Daughters! of We are pleased to learn that Mr. John Kild.ty l Itstinpiiliiilty Ixnttetted by the (;haB. H Walton, editor proprietor\ Editor Chao H. Walton, of the ADVOIIATR -

American Revolution, and has many Ooode, who has been dangerously 111.1" prolonged stay of initnyof .Its. guests who of the INDIAN UIVKII AI>VOOATK, of Titirsvllto, wax horn on Monday
friends In thin place. who welcome her. Miss Abbie Hnrtwell left, last week, much better and there la hope of his recovery spent' weekn where they had only Intend Tltiidvllle, was at the Itoviil, Palm for n He lied Neon at tho Itoyal Palm, Miami
for her home in Chicago. ed npendlng a few lnys. few days' varation, the tJl'IIt.nf tho week. for it law days
Capt. Geo. E. Andrews has been making whou he !left for. Palm Beach!
frequent trips with his launch be- C. Blakesloe and family left, Tues Mr. Taylor and family have returned The Kt.iunier Spartan, brought a merry C, Ii. Cory wax at his winter homo
day on their return nip north. The city street' coinmlddloner U having hero, over, Sunday but went. buck to'St. '
tween Palm Beach and this place, with from their visit to East :Melbourne, where party from Molbnnine to attend the reception t
fishing parties. Gilbert's Dar Inlet and Mrs. G. J. Gingras Is. visiting her they spent Some time. In the Phlllljis. cottage on Thursday evening. Mrs. U. nil tho at I e"ta put In fli..t-rliid"ooii) Its channels seem to be noted for gondlahlnA' daughter Mrs. A. J. Canova, at Palm on the Beach W. Goode and the Minxes Goode, M<*sdnmeH The travel has been ex nmllpgy which heavy winter chi' "1Jlollllhll' golf tournament
and ilio roek.of
/ grounds and all who Beach I.ockwooil' Stewart and Glbbn the pant wlnier, I theta this wick
can never ,
Dr. T. Knowlton wife who
l\&I'cyand; made him. to be
the streets mo
proven
fail to give ii a trial never falling to the Mimed Powell WIlllaniH Brown and 4
; get boon
Mrs. Ludlow arrived. havebeel! such pleasant guests at lintel Joseph Jvffurson! who has hero
Saturday and highly sat Idfactory.Commodore
a good catch of bluefish sbeephnad etc. Mollie Nicholson, Mnswrs.\ Powell Iloko, and
will Carleton this season, left here, Tuesday, at Untie Sound, since this last weekIn
spend some time with her
father Bean Jon n, Nicholson and Ball : A. Van !Santvoord and
The yacht, Irene, again sailed last E. A. Haitwell. for their northern homo. wereamong I 1)o'lIlInhlr.lt.tt; here, Wwlnexday. for
Monday, for Palm Beach and various the party party, of New York, who were here at Atlanta, where he will join fix wife and I 1
places of interest along the, coast with Tho Hotel I Indian River closed Its doorsto A number of friends met at the: Hotel Wm. Baibour, of the linen thread firm clIITerent times during the season, are yoiiug Hi son for a short tay.
Bellevue, last Monday by Invitation T>( the last weeks of the at
the public on Tuesday after of Baibour Bros. New York arrived NPonditig soaMon
a ,
a very jolly party, as ,follows: Mr. and very 1\1 r. and Mm. Hale, celebrate the birth. the and will from Copt C. K.: Vnn I.uoa and wlfo and
successful here last Friday evening his Ko.tat Polnclana go
season leaving I
Mrs. ,
Harry Mrs. Emma and
Jennings and Miss Louise of !
day of their little daughter. there to New York.Notwllhlltall.Jlnlt. von Kenan' Wilmington
little non, Fritz with' his
Mias Alice S.iylor. Misses Clark and Flor. Judge and Mrs. J. D. Van Deman and grandmother, N, 0., who hino been upending a
rio Haymor and Mr. Art Sieger.; They Miss Van Denial have returned to their Capt. Alex. J. loose spent Sunday In Mrs. T. E. Barhoirr Mr. Bxrbour continuing the ftlter scare, this large ,part of I the Inter lit Palm' Buaoh
will be joined, at Palm Bench by Miss home In Delaware, Ohio. town, then retaining to Rocklrdgo, where : his trip, Saturday, to Miami" where ban been a p letnaikiiblv IIUt'oeMllfllllll'alloll, have gone to Ortnoiid for n few day. e f
Gertrude England; Nothing but unusual he has charge of the pretty launch tils wire had prucncled him. Mr. aura Mrs. and over nix tlii.iiHiinil trunk have been
stormy weather will prevent this Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Carter have returned Wavelet owned by Mr. tlodgrnan. UM our will bo guest at Hotel Royal I brought tn the !Koval Palm during the }". B.: Cornell, miiniigur/ of tile Palm
genial party from having a good time. to their Ohio home, after spendingthe Palm for short while, after which they season, U'dldKN the thoimaniU of piece Bunch branch, i>f tilt )l'1"t'I winter here, with Mr. and Mrs. II. At meeting of the Chautauqua Board will return and visit Mr. Harbour's mother of small I baitgngo\ which shows that tie| ha* gone to Now York for a few days
The launch, Buckeye, and yacht, Irene, J. Rossiter, held last Tuesday evening In Educational at Walden cottage her pretty home travel has bean en'>nnoiiK; In fact., there an(11\I. .1. Taylor, one of the 'orkholil-
arrived In port on FiliUy, last, from a Hall, the following gentlemen were here. have been hors than ers of the company' U In chaigo during
The management of the New Rock- elected as a Board of Director for 1MM( ) mine< [oople ever
cruise down :
the Coast, with a very prominent One of the most functions of III* .alix niou\ .
and jolly party, whose names were lodge hotel gave a most enjoyable hop on Dr. W. I,. Davidson, Dr. It. 11. Palmer enjoyable before.
given In a previous article. The entire Wednesday evening, which was probablythe Kev. E. W. Butler Dr. Geo. W. Holmes, the season was the receptlnn.nnd dance. Among .Saturday' arrival were: Mr One of the last events of the neanoii at
party, were delighted with the trip, and closing!. social event of the season. Messrs.[ F. II. Fee 1':;. 1'. Branch, W. T. held at 1'reutler'IUI\II, ThurVUy evening and Mrs. Wm. Harbour, of Patcrsoft, N. tho shooting ground wa the llfty-blrd' e
/ under the direction of Messrs. H. ..J.fr.. and Mr Edmond I.all. Gardln 'handicap clay pigeon,: match Saturday
report having abundance of tropical Miss Harriet Battenfield and Miss Wells, it. W. Good! O. II. Stewart C. ; '* -
I'orson I'addlHon, Harry Wlllhlte and of )Kldgewood N; ./. Mr. Harbourla afternoon. There were th l'Oft prizes: the
fruits secured at different ports, also the Ethel Wells who have been the J. F. Campbell, and W. B. Halnlln. r, ,
guests Ernest Taylor Monsrs.( Pomeroy and
the millionaire thread manufacturer (lint I a handsome silver pitcher presented
fu-fnned; bluefish and many varieties of of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. JJattenfleld for Thomas ClmfTpo haft Mold out his bus!. Adams furnishing danco muslo. A spec- and Mr Gardiner Is his. brother-in-law. by Captain Allen, ami second a purse of
the
finny tribe/ which In a very few minutes some weeks left, last week, on their return ness Interest groceries/ and dry goods lal feature of the occasion, which washighly Mrs. Harbour has bnon wearing some of *J.}, and! the third a silver mug given
after being pulled out of the water trip to their home in Columbus, O. to Foe A Stewart. We regret very muchto appreciated, was the singing! of tile most magnificent Jewel seen, here by T. M. Cook.
were served In elegant; style on board the
see Mr.CharTee retire from Mrtt. fjockwood, of Daytona who favored
among our
Irene, as well as the luscious bivalves of The gun; shoot last Friday, was very business men, ns ha has always been a the company with two selection She till season. Mr' Sheehan of New York who I I.
several varieties found In the Florida Interesting,owing to the fact that a num- Mr anti Mr. Schuyler Armstrong, spending duet winter at the Itoyal Poln-
tho
ber of Titunville's crack shots popular one among our people and we was nerompanlod on piano by Mrs. [
waters. The entire party were delightedwith In bird were pres wlllh Fee & Stewart success In this line Stewair. Noell\lltobellallc) Hang several who are on their wedding tour, have returned clana, on Hiitunlay evening entertained
live
their cruise. ent. the contest unusually of biixlnoss. Mr. CllIIITote will still make ballad from Nassau' to spend few daYI Manager/ nnd Mr*. Starry at dinner at the
good: shooting was done, scarcely a bird his home with\, us, as it wan. for health more at the n..yall'alm( before returning liouet>on.t at the Inlet. Mrs. Sheehan I lathe
Too many people loose valuable timein getting away. not wealth, that he came to Melbourne The tidy houseboat Rose Maria, belonging to their home In ]'hll>"lelllhla. Their wife iff Lieutenant-Governor.
experimenting,: with cough and cold' News has reached here of the death of and health he has ftuintl hero ; to Chas. F. Naethlng of New wedding was one of the wellet function 1 I.'. Shvelian of New York and one of the.
'Mires. They should take Foley's Honey Rev. J. E. Twitchell, formerly pastor of York which lias been cruising on Banana of the Reason In the tjuaker City, and bout-known politician of the Kniplro-
and Tar before It Is too late. B. R. WIl- Dwight Place church.New Haven, Conn. ver'where lorne rare sport In fishIng the young couple art the recipient: of State I ,
son & Son. but now a resident of Northampton LINGERING LXOKIPPE COUGH ; and duck shooting was enjoyed, wan much attention.
Mass. Dr. Twitchell has spent a num- G. Vacher, 17; OIl! GOflat.,(:bloa/lo./ says: brought; down, last Friday! by the steamer Though the season In now drawing so
and left The Royal Palm entertained n dUtlnguUhed rapidly to a close, thero I III one spot at
wife had the
Lotus. 'winters and "My a very severe cane of la Spartan, following day
ber of in
Rockledge, was party of guests who arrived Hun- I'altil )lunch that dour not seem to be
grippe, and It left her with a bad l for Miami and Biscayne Bay points, at-
well known and liked here.J. .
greatly very
the day night from Palm Beach on their aff cted by the leHnnnlng number of
cough. She tried bottle of It oley'. tended by steamer Silver\ King.: The
Everybody Is enjoying fresh beef this )f. Paine, of Minneapolis, Minn., Honey and Tar and It gave Immediate party Is comprised of Mr. Naethlng, his private car. The personal i of the party !guest That spot I III the swimming! ,
week furnished by C. C. Provost.C. who owns a handsome winter residence relief. A AO\ cent bottle cured her cough son, Foster Xaethlng, hU brother Wm. I I. Gen. and Mrs. Noldou A. Mile, Capt. pool. The recent hot weather has cent '
here died of Bright' disease at Sweet- entirely" Price 2r; o and OOc. B. K. Wilson II. Naethlng, W. J. JIa/.lewood, A )Urge Hi; !I. Whitney.. A. I) U., of Washington! practically the whole population to the 1
D. Provost la shipping cabbage and water Park, Ga., on Friday last. Ills & Hon. tobacco Importer of New York aud liar- Mr. and Mr I *. Wlborg, of Cincinnati; Col. pool during the middle of the day, anti
Irish potatoes, this week, on private orders daughter, Miss Cordelia, and his son ana, and I'rof. Jack Lallin the well- Albert A. Pop, of Bo ton. and Dr. 'V. it hiss been almost a* much crowded a*

and son's wife were with him at the timeof known New Yorker, who has not missed II. Daly of I'ltUburg. They enjoyed during the height/ of the season i'
James Sharp has taken up his abodeon his death. The body was taken to Prevented<< A Tragedy. visiting this section for twenty-five yearn Monday: here and loft, that night for -------- '

the west side of the river to work for Minneapolis for interment Mr. Paine Timely Information given: Mrs. George pant. Fine sport wait had during their Key West. THE BKHT! HALVF. IN TUB WORLD ,
C Thlgpen. leaves a wife/ a son and three daughters, Long of New Stfaltsville: Ohio, prevented stay on Banana River! nearly live hun- Among the arrival from Nassau Sunday I III Banner salve. It I I. made from a ''f

T. G. Ronald attended the gun shoot In who have much sympathy. In their be- adreadful tragedy and saved two II v..... Bred ducks being bogged; Wm. H, Nae- were: Dr. K. H. Jarvis and valet, scrlptlnn by'a world wide known akin pre
Cocoa, last Friday and spent several reavement. A frightful cough: bad long kept her thing proving himself an adept sportsman Mr*. Samuel Colt and Ml** Drown, flf specialist, and I Is positively the most healing

days away. One of the nicest little affairs of the awake every night. She had tried many and a No. 1 shot. Mr. Naethlng ha l la Hartford, Conn. Thl party spent the save for |plies l( !burn, scsiQ4.. ulcer,
remedies and doctors but first few weeks of the here but
season"
steadily grew: Juree box of duck packed for shipment ,
running sores and all kin disease B.R. .
dinner Mr. Pros-
(eBsrs. Ennls. Provost Ramsey and season was a given by worse until urged to try Dr. Klnl('. New to his friends In the north, but the weather have been onjriying the Colonial at ;Na- Wilson\ A Hon. h'
Williams were In Cocoa lose Saturday, key to theyouoA' people of Rockledge; Discoveiy. One bottle wholly cured her! being warm and no Ice available the situ for the past two week Mr. Colt I III
The dinner
""n business.' last Monday evening. was and she writes this marvelous' medicine poultry spollml before reaching a shipping the sister l of I Hr. Jarvis, and the widowof
preceded by a delightful ride In the ho- aliin cured Mr. Long; of a severe atraot point. Ocean fishing was Indulged' the late,tlarnllel Colt of the Colt Fit eo lilcli ITI.for Ki.ri.hr/ ..
Mr. at
and Chalker calling after which
Mrs. launch
were tel an Impromptu
of Pueumonla.; Such cures are ponUlve IncniKevery conceivable of flush arm Company, of Hartford. She I.I
Mr. and Mfs/R.. fetewart' Brantley, dance lira' In the hotel parlor. Then specie al'
was Island
radish
excellent
Long
'111,1.'lty
,
of the matchless and doe
proof merit of this caught Irom shark to very small spec)I" great; philanthropist, a vast '
nut
Tuesday. followed the delicious repast, at which grand remedy for curing all throat and men of the finny tribe. All the party amount of good/ with her money. One are selling around 30o per dozen: by
'V. Bisbee and wife were visitors In Mr. Proskev presided with' his usual hos lung troubles. Only Lab and tl.OO. are enjoying the belt of health and anticipate of her largest gifts wasa 2.WXXJchurch( the barrel In New York. Boston radishes '
Banyan, on Tuesday, visiting Mr. and pitality. The guest were Mrs. McLaughlin Every bottle guaranteed Trial bottle huge enjoyment during! the balance to the city of Hartford la memory of her met a good demand the past few day at
Mrs. J. Verner. the Misses Kate Eyer, Node free at B. U. Wilson & Son's drug store of their outlnjf. Mr. Hazlewood will husband and ion. 'Jllc; to 48o per dozen. I II
Laphara, Grace Patterson, Daisy Hardee I
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For not return with the party bu lne"H call- .
cause unknown at this writing, Genevieve Barnes, Gertrude Breeze
I him to Havana Htory: of n Slave./ C. S. Arnold, of Youngstown 111 its
MUs IIardee failed to return to her Anne McChesney and Myna Williams, anti GOING DOWN HILL.-People suffering log / ,
school Share. Crelgbtoo Flake from kidney kinenne feel a gradualbut To be bound band and foot for year writing of Dr. Ford'SDyspeptlcide( say;
on Messrs. Eyes
Monday. Thomas and Wood. steady los of vitality. They should Eugene J. Hall, the poet and pnblith- by the chain of disease I.I the worst ")Iy wife barn taken ::1< bottle of Dyspep-
Archie Chambers has'been to his home loose no time In trying Foley' Kidney er. says that one done of Foley's Honey form of slavery: George D. William, of tlclde an.IIII I I believe permanently cured .

n Georgians, the latter part of last week It Saved llli Ler:. Kidney Cure. It II guaranteed. B. .it. and Tar restored his voice when hoarseness )Manchester Mich tell how inch a slave of Indigestion, constipation and sick
nd first of this week. Wilson\ Jt Son. threatened to prevent his lecture at wa made free. He lays "My wife has headache, with which she ha been troubled

Mr. and Mrs. C. of Bonaven- P. A. Danforth, of LaGrange.;' Ga., N Central Music Hall, Chicago. Nothing been *o helpless for five year that she for twenty year or more. Money
ure, Thlgpen callers S. A. Os- suffered Intensely for six month with a ItUniarck'ft Iron :Nerve. elM M good. U. H. Wilson A Son. could not turn over in bed alone. After cannot "estimate, the good It has done
were pleasant on
teen and frightful; running sore on his leg;, bat tiling two bottle of Electric Bitter, she her." I). K. Wilson. :Son: ,
wife, Sunday.C. : write that Bucklen'*Arnica Salve wholly) Was the result of hU splendid health. DEALERS will phase note that Florida I II wonderfully Improved and able to do

Woodward, who Is sojourning here cured It In ten day. For ulcers wounds, Indomitable will and tremendous energy Hardware Co., Jacksonville are selling her own work." remedy For Sale.
'or a few weeks. Is dally out on the river burns, boil, pain or piles it'* the beat are not found where stomach. liver, kidneys kerosene oil heaters at COflt. for female diseases quickly' cures nerv-

'inning anti often comes In with a fine salve In the world. Cure guaranteed. and bowel. are ou. of order. If .*, melancholy headache 11 acre choice land at Georgiana,
one Only 23c.: Sold by B. II. Wilson A Son you want thee qualities and the success A LITTLE KNOWN FACT.-That the backache,fainting. and dizzy spell fronting Indian and Banana River, part

Beans are blooming again and ere long/ druggist'. they bring OM Dr. King'New Life pill. majority serious oil...*.. originate la This miracle working medicine Is II godsend ly cultivated 1100.00) ; term to suit.
the harvest will be reaped, and the poor They develop every power of brain and disorder of the kidney Fole,'* Kidney to weak, sickly, run down people. Address,
truckers will not be much better off than Please write a* whenever you fail to body. Only ;23o at B. R. Wilson A Sons Cares guaranteed.; Try It today you Every bottle guaranteed.; Only let) cent. COPRTLAND BUTKMAW,.
Before. receive the ADVOCATE. drug store. arc not feeling well. U. R. WlJ on. Sold by B. It. Wilson A Bon Druggist 33 Hogan it., Jacksonville Fla






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pOT ASH gives color INFLUENCE OF MEALTIME. y Florida East Coast i

Everyday Vnrnlwhlnarii WHIoli Mold Ry.

flavor and jinmeess'to the Manner. ,

I The educating Influence of table appointments TIME TABLE NO. 84. IN EFFECT VEB. 1. 1000.

all fruits. No good fruit upon the taste and refine- ; Itfl ,r )
ment of a family should not be over r yF vyly SOUTH BOUND Read( Down.) (Read Up) NORTH $OpNDNo. .-
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looked says Good Housekeeping. We ,' o1".lI7l u.! 1 IIN o.20:JII,Aio.lifiNo.kui MB alt W28' 'No.Utt ,fo.af

can be raised without aro all better behaved In good! clothes. ez Daily. Mon .Ih,117..M.. Doily _Da1y Daily Daily STATIONS. Daily Daily Dally Daily_ DailjSililiibi GWJ a

Children will be morU careful a well 8: '"ii'GUI, I\m: ) TUa TCua LV..J'kville..Ar TSUp TllUp lUUUp- 76Ua6fiua 11 4o.. "l fLlOtUi'U
Potash. dressed table. A coffee spot Is BO much 1' 8 Lip82up IIU1I1Up lU 4(.. 8WaArS.A'g'tinoLv: SlOp Shop) VUUp'i'lbp : JJ
... ............ ...... ...... l ut.p 1UAUUllUJa 8(di .vS.A'K'tineAr... tur>pftifip Uabp II"6p B 4ae .. I
than ..
more noticeable on a clenn cloth / ...... .. ...... .BaatID .L.v lilliI' ... ""
Fertilizers containing at least on a crumpled soiled one; disorder! so rt ......'.,.. ...... lU L 143p 11 41 In 9 86a ArK.: Palatal. 'j<& ,OOta .; .: :::::

much more apparent If there was. first. ............ ...... ........ ll1pljjO &II106aAr..Pal..tlut-.Lv 146p 448p .. .. "
1........... ...... :.:.:.:.:..: u 11 Ifta 9 loa Lv..Palatka..Ar: 61Up'flbp 61up... :::.:
;S to of Potash will Immaculate order. cyryb i iwi"i ............. ...... .....s __.) Arban. MaiaoLv ....,. : ... .. =......
10% give The table pushed against the wall u.......... ..... ...... ...... III.... BIwLvSanMateoAr _' 710p644p ... .. .. .....' ... y
covered with a colored! cloth or a dingy ; III Ir.1411'p li4Ua Viili& L.lI.P..hotk..Ar"iTi', !'> 8U. -
best results on all fruits. Write 'white' one and cr.wded with dishes IUr. .. .112\1p\ 111161' 1 UOa(> 10 4Wa ..Ormond.liv 1141Jp .tlbp. 444tt406a tI ;;
h ...... 11 UYy ll hip 118lUIII.IJ..tona.: IIlOp 42p:! '1Ua
that look as If they had been thrown at .e! S Ji ..... 8Up IBia..... .Orange.' 8/61': .,.,.. e.i n
subserve the end of Its c .1.ii!! ......1306& 8'11' 16p!! 112ia317p ?' .Smyrna" 8Xlp UUp,0 II U' '
for our pamphlets,, which oughtto It.may primary A! B ...... ..... : Oak H1U. 8 Yip ... :
=t : :
being, but It will never bo a place 1 rIrbJ'1.4jji Ii ........ 388. .A28p ssupiaiBp "Tltuaville" :DIUp ttbbp up...it..8
I where man's icstbetlc nature will be :f4' 13 A: ...... .... 81111' ". City Point I4 p .. ... ... .. II Rill
.. ... :. ... 0'IXip 1 1Bp, .Cocoa. !i
be in farmer's hlJ BMp' IWp 288p... ....,, ...i i
every library. nourished. B_III S ...... ..... UbHp41Up 10i.'p Ruokledqs" l a::p 201':. .. .. ... ;:. :
Suppose the mother who, habitually 4 J: ...... .. 62'ip' 1 Bop Eau. Goliltt 18 4l11' 1 Idp % .. ... are' g
...... ..:.. 6116p '2I1':! 141p ;Melbourne l UUp 141t1315p> :! .,...; =.
They are sent free. nets her family down to that kind ot a -G'J ... ...... .. ...... fiUilp .. .KoHelaud. ll&Ou ...... ... .. 8'd.. I:'I!I
table should conclude some day to( Institute J G : j ..:... ..::.. ..... BUSp567p ...... ..Sebastian. 11 5211: ... ... : ... ... ,:. P
V i.g !: ..... ...... ,.. ... .Ut. Luole. 11 (Olin ... ... .. if"
I GERMAN KALI WORKS, a reform. She. draws the table i ;: ...... 811'80: 100p 8 out squarely In the middle of the room .. .. .. enup .. .. "...Tibbala.. .. .. .,.... ... I!. !
1."e Ii .: ....:: ..... ::.. .. .. ..
S3 Naiuu Si., New York. 684p64flp .Bden.: III Sin. .. ...... ...... Ii' iJ
puts on exactly even a spotless white 5Th: ,; oj ...... ..,. .,.... Ollllp..... ...Jensen.. 1021lOlla.. ...... ...... ..... I &
cloth, arranges her pretty centerpiece TriAVcckly' Sailings 8'<1t: ...... ......... ...... .Stuart. ...... ...... .. ffrtpirtor Irdr
and I'rI,>. M ..... ... ..,... T17p .. ." .Fl.Sound. 9 41Ut .. ............. :...A:: Irdror
I and bowl of flowers, makes l herVsllverand ; .Sq w ...... ..... ... TBUy ...... W.Jupiter 1121'' ..... wi&fvU
Accepted Fret Masons. glass shining and places her dishes JACKSONVILLE t; !! l P. w'ob" a 10'8Oa I( i lOSCp' !_r i wi&fvUou
'and NEW YORK. :r
BETWEEN .. ) Inn" 84 orroTlmj.
L with the law of symmetry before her ;t-.t I-I"w. : P'clana S4a102Ua It):lbs lOli" 104op N.88r an.wi&fvU :

yes; making this balance that and :;.n: : .... 111131& lIWp: SUflp004p. 02ll\, W.B'ohV 8110. IlWia12".dllllOp. JPW--?'! I!. Pp roTlmj.an
at both /ays< ) -O1 i"OC ... .. .. 814. ..?... ... .Boynton.Lv 7 alai ...... ...... IIIIIIPS i outfctrti
Indian !l No. 00 ending the best place for each. When It ........ 6t.: &....... 8 Up .. ... ...UBlrnr.. 7/da.v., 96Up\ tfctrti tfctrtiA J an
f : FineCalling tDin the ....... ...... .F.L'diue. .. : !
the family conies In, what do you sup. The Coastwise- Service J;1i y. ''' '. A bra .10< (Up. 6 baa .i... :: O lop tfctrtib

River TitiiHvlll'e, nose[ tlnmy will say? Why ten to one g-a .i.tI'L.,....... 78a.,..'iOn KIRtlr.!04Jp .. .. .. Ar"Lem Miami. City". 817a n inn Nina:. 11..hits 887p 8 Htm II!l'

Lt will tower tliclr. voU-en and .
they say ...
1 'nt -- -- 1 ails AO Not MIOtJ' ItE BiailObetween where ml..e Is uut> ati\wti.
Lodge fW \ Florlila. I "Is somebody here?" They are not The Clyde New England antf .Southern. Lines.' l\.w binyrnu and Orange

holds In iniietlriifn the 'WOII.I: ) and fourth Krl- I m-pnred for tnxtt mid beauty In the Direct Service Between City Junction. Between Tit'D.V. and Sanford
flay of eaoh month a' the Indliiii River hotel,
Tlti'Hvlllii I : ut 7H:( ) o'clock: p. in. IIl'ttlUj I of the tilhliunlcMS there Is Jacksonville -Boston and all Eastern Points oft IJfoT4l.p "&TAT.O.N.*. : ... No.n t STATIONS. ,01
; Providence _
A.. A. Hcewart WorHlHprul,. ..Vfuxttir.H. company. Hunt Lv"New. bmvrna. .Ar b1.pl7uup:! i utiu Lv........... TlMwville. ..... Ar lip
It.R. Wilson Heiilor Wunlnn.F. In ninny fumlllo thin xtrlkes 'at the Calling at Charleston S. C. both 4 Clip lIMp Luke H..m.lov I 542p: 6UUp6Utp 7.lat! ....,.t.....Mbns..L. lisp
Walkor,Junior Wardun. .( ways) ..
bUTp 128.Orungo City. : 8x1 ttHaa.! Ostuen....... .. .. 116;,
.1. root of the Tinboot t ihlnffs .
M.Dixnn Tr t iiiiittt-i'
'MHiirer. SEMI WEKKLY"; 8AILIXO3: 812p 11\ Ar.OranireO'y Jet. Rot !llJ11&3 ........EuterpriHe.......... 1130.:

i )r K.. I..CurruthnrsSenlorih.acon.A. Morgan. Herrotary.J. art rtwrvtnl for "the Honi<*tlm Ktiest. Rnuthlmtiml........ ......... ....-.. .. .. ... .. ..... ..... ... ..Irma >wlx Wharf Boston All troiuu.between New "bmyru i and OittugeCHty UUuuAr! .... ...... feauford" .......... HUM
F. A. 1/oHlfiy,Junior 1)01<<>011. Elaborate CfUterplec are embroidered v'ortlibimml .... .. ... ... .... .. ., i"om foot of Hoican Street JacksonvilleClyde's Juno.Ion ....lIy. All train between TUusvllle and Sanford
b'. H. Ch"tT.e :,:= '':'':':'- dally .
I Steward. at a limitless Hiu-rltlce of time and eyesight except Sunday.OThfHB ::
C.n. Walton ]1.aDd Pablo Beach.
A. Yro."III.r, Tylnr.n and are uxed half a dozen: times a .St. Johns River T inc. BetweenJaok'SI Time Tables. show the time at whlgh
.lr..In..n,1 boat. may be expected arrive ..
year cud then usually at a time when NO.l $TATJO S. I6 ;' and
depart from the several stations and ,
UETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFOKD.racksonvllle 6Ua l Lv.. .. .Mo. Jacksonville..Ar UU61 ports
children are bnnlHluMl from, the table.Wouldn't but their arrival or departure at the time
It 'b' better to have two or Palatka, nanford.Enterprise, Flu.. and Intermediate... landing on the St.John's River. b.tUa; Ar..Pablo. ..... Beaeh..Lv. b1M1r 'stated Is not.Il".ranleed. nor duet the Com'
All trains between JucltHouvillt* uud Pablo pany hold itself responsible for any delay or
three of drawn work that could be HTEAMEK( ,. &.,...h daily Moept.Muidiiy., nay conanqneiiren. arising therefrom.
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washed! at will and Always look fresh "PKKIVIC OeBAUY."

"7!; and dainty? And Isn't It better In general CAI"]'. W. A. SHAW. Florida East Coast Steamship Co.
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: T .. to strike n generous: average; and Leave Jacksonville 3:30; p. in., .Sundays. ,Tuesday,and Thursilaya. "

have the company things less pretentious Leave Ranfora tt0: > a': in,, KiiterprUe U:30: / a. m., Monday, Wednesdays, and Friday PROPOSED SAILINGS t

and the, everyday furnishing GenM Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W'. Bay St., Jacksonville.W HIAMI-MAVANA LINE, .

JEST TO. LAUGH such 1111 will delight the eye and educate Leave Miami Sunday. and Wednewlnya. ................,...................................11:00p.n.
>I- WARHURTOX.1'. A., .F.M.IRONMONUMtJsFlaFass.Agt.. ...... .. ... .......... .
the taste? H. Arrive Havana Mon DYs and Thurwlay ... ... .. .. ... .......... 8UIJ: p.m.
i ; Bo... Witticism Called From tae 1U Statt Bt,, New York i UIH West Hay tit.,Jacksonville. Fla. LxaveHnvanu neitdayii and FrldayB. .. ..........................?..........,...,.....'?!!:!0U a m.
oa>rfnj*> or HiimurlM C. P. LOVKLL, Asst.Fla. Huiit. I I I JOHN.. L. HUWAliO.tluj..rl..tltn..nt. Arrive Miami WadneiilayH. and haturdayn. ....... ... ...... .. ... .. .. .. ... ... ... ... 8COa. a.
; Injury to SlKht From Soiled GI....*. Jacksonville. Fla. | Fool Hogan! Bt., Jacksonville Fla.
lie-I thought you said that Miss Discreet An nciillHt's: ; opinion on the amount of T11KO. O. KOKll T. M., 6 Bowling Oreeu, New York. MIAHI-KEY WEST LINE .
door l believe WM. P CLYDIC A CO.. General Agents.
didn't In show-
pelt la'iimffe! that Is done to the eyes of the CheiiebroiiKU. Kalldlnur, Lit State St.! ,few (Yen 111 M... Delaware Av... Philadelphia. Leave Miami Monday, Wednesdays and Friday... ....................................11:80P.O.
( Ing her hand? from In the Arrive Key West Tueitdnri. Thursdays. and Saturday" ....... ..........................1J;:(JOaooa.
She-That's what 1 did community negligence very --- eave Key Went TU.8<1ny., Thursdays' and Saturdays......,....,........,.....,....... 8KJOpa.
say her simple matter .of keeping eyeglasses Arrive Miami Weilnemlaya, Friday andSundaya. ........., .. ... ..... .... ........... ..., t-Oua.: ...
"Well I notice shu's outf of
got and spectacles! clean Is quoted thus by Ocean Co.
;palms In the' window." The Household. : "I am shocked to see Steamsliip niAMI-NASSAU LINE, .

Leave Miami Wednesdays. and Friday (Standard""me).................... >::0011-.-
BUI-Jlmsou went down In a coal the number of persons. Intelligent men Arrive ........Tuesday.' ., Thursdays. and Saturday......., .......................
and women who should know better, 'tSa vannah Lino"Fast LeaveNaHHauTupodayii. Thursdayand. Saturday (Nassau tune).............. ...... h80p: ) ....
'bole looking for a gab leak with a lighted who spend their'llvee behind grimy Arrive Miami Wetnrnhys.FltrlaysandSundays.' . .. ... .... .. ..... .. ....
candle. The above are proponed BAlllngli dal leg February and March.
Jill-And when he found the leak the eyeglasses.: Lawyers writers students Freight and Luxurious-Passenger Route from Alter April 1m rhi.e will be two ....IUng."r. week
schoolgirls and schoolboys and eye tax- For a+ of iotitl' tune card cult at..B. West Hay: Street, JackHonvllle. or addretMJ. .
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candle went out I nuppo e. glasses P. BHx5k\VlTHTrulHo Manager. J. D. BAHNKH A.G. P. A.
"Yes; BO did .TIuiHou." ers of various sorts who use Florida to New York, Boston and the East. Ht AngnBtine
rarely tine them clean. .
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"I haven't had any work all winter cleaned
condition they should be
ma'am," said the applicant for pie at
about once an hour. Water la not so
the back door.: good a clealining agent as alcohol andhandkerchief .

"Poor man!" replied the I emaker.I a should give place to a SouthernRailway.
""What do ?"
you generally worn at
I >lece of tissue paper. Chamois Is use.till -
'"Shoveling snow, rna'atn." also and either Is better than theInen .

handkerchief
1'tmFloDtt-nk-My neighbor was over "The amount of Injury done to the

;yesterday and wanted to borrow my world's eyesight through cloudy glasses I DIRECT LINE-QUICK TInE
cutter. fta-rf/SFA e19'FPII'e}' r +
Is almost Incalculable.
'Yeast-Why, there's no snow on the -TO-

ground. WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA,
"No; that's why he wanted to bore

row It." NEW YORK, CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, ATLANTA -
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"What for pray? A ,
-.s BIRMINGHAM. MEMPHIS, CHATTA-
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1"0 cut his grass. Part rct/xll.. ..Part So-c
NOOGA, ST. LOUIS. KANSAS CITY
SHORT RAIL RIDE TO SAVANNA ..
Mrll. Crlmsonbenk sell by the
pa. and all Points East and W.it
per the czar U an accomplished wills- 'Woman's Thence via Ship flailing from Savannah .
tier and sometimes performs variations

on national airs for the entertainment .. 4 NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS
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each reel >
of his Intimate friends Ships ,
Mr. Crimsonbenk-And! yet he won The New York and Florida Express, .
Trials'
1 ders at the failure of his peace confer. TO NT7w: YORK: :: Via Savannah and Charlotte, X.C.

ence. The New York and Florida Limited
2-SEIIPS: : : .Ao'' EEE: :. 1C; :ElOSTON"-2 ,
Ill\con-t know people get seasick Via Savannah,and Charlotte, N.0.
to and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing.\ schedule( The
"homesick and sick from traveling on Inoroaso from girlhood All ticket agents United States Fast Mail,
i ; I Write for general information, sailing schedules, stateroom re reservations or call on o.
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the cars, but did you ever hear of one the gravom Via Sarannaa and Ckrlet,
getting bicycle sick? E. II. HINTOX WALTER HAWKINS, The Cincinnati and Florida Limited
Gen'l Agt.; Traffic Department. ,
Tratllo Manager
Egbert-Yes; a friend of mine bought Tho quostlon of health Savannah Ga. -231: W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fle.-,. Via z...,.
t his wheel on the Installment plan and Is always before hor .

he got nick of It before he bad the Thirty yoars of her life Tnrough Vestlbulcd Trains--Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping C....

thing half paid for.-Yonkers States. 'Through Coaches--Elegant Cars.
Is a battle with monstruatlon Dining
n} .man. Florida Central and
and not ono womanIn

Fad. a hundred osoaoos tho BETTER TIME AND BETTER SERVICE THAN EVER BEFORETbro -

Today Pluto the god of the nether
Ills which Ho In wait front
regions of Avernns, was disposed to Kfc Pnllm.n Sleeping Car between Jacksonville gad Claolnn -

be Impatient with his wife Proserpine. month to month. Peninsular Railroad. ., O., Via AheTill, N. C., and KDo vUI., Tbro.Bh

They had been married more than "THE LAND OF THE SKY."
.4.0OO years now, and the romance had I I Lydia E.. Plnkhun'i Vegetable Componnd I I

pretty much gone from their lives. % Thromch Train via Southern It1tb.
; Railway are now Operated' oenneotlen?
Unexcelled service from :Florida to all point
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don't
object to moderate fadsl"I! I has stored a million ..Plant System from Jaokaenville.
.Pluto
was protesting warmly.
able fixing: Cerberus up to look like a I womon to health
: East and West. for Rat., Schedule and Information call
Jloaton North on or address
terrier Is too mucbl"C't'rberus. !: Loiters from grateful
It will be recalled, had i.. QIRABDEAU. T. P. A.. or W. T. OO3BT T. P. A.,
constantly
three heads and naturally three necks womon aro aia Wei Bay Street. Jacksonville, Fla.
And being printed In this and Columbia RANDALL CLIFTO (. Diitriot Passenger ,Agent, Savannah Oa.
the matter of cerise ribbon for Two Trains dally between Tampa, Jacksonville Savannah carrying
J. M. CULP. W. A. TURK a H. HARDWICK.Traraoi .
these latter
was not Inconsiderable paper.
/ with Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping cars, connecting! at Columbia, With sleepers for Manager Q"n. Paaa. Aft., A**.. GeL P... AtWashington.li *
winter on and coal $10 a ton- Mrs. Plnkham has fifty a Ws.htngton D. a A$1a1. ."". as
Detroit Journal. _:!'
suoh lottorsm New York. --- --- --
thousand Washington Baltimore Phila. and

The Savage llacbclor. Her counsel saID ooun ,

"I hear there Is some talk of employ. MALLORY
t scl It always helps wo STEAMSHIP LINE.
Ing women as census enumerators." Also with. Cincinnati! Sleeper, via Asheville.

: I raid tins sweet young thing !In her mon and It will holp you. ___ a

.smoothest tones. Mrs. Plnkham's address Florida, New York

i "Good idea" said the savage bache- Is Lynn Mass. She "Dixie ,Flyer" .; Philadelphia and Boston.
Jor, to her { From
great IIIItonl hment. Brunswick (direct),to New York.
"1> will advlso IrG ri 4
0 really think you
you
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so
Through Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louis via. PASSENGER 8KRV1CE.
"Yes! 1 lo. If there Is anything on

earth a woman Is tit for It Is. the business Want the Boa Opened.In Atlanta and Nash Ille. 4: 1 To make Connections with steamers, leave JackoonyUII
of Lake City Macon Chattanooga >< Union I..pot 0. Thursday. via{Cumberland Route). N =b a.j:
finding "
out about
other people'sAffairs. 1S3S Francis Douce, the antiquary ( Foman."na..t 1:30 p. m. Meals eo mnte. or"all R311' ;,.,
OKI n't think I would agree bequeathed a sealed box' to the '. i- p. m. (Plant System) antve nlnwlck 1111. Pasenger'.rrlval
Making connections for Kansas City, Chicago'and all points In the Northwest. -__ at Brunswick ._
with you. did you?" Indianapolis British museum on condition that It __ _____ If"directly aboard wer.
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1 Press was not to be opened until Jan. 1. PROPOSED
___ SAILINGS
( 1000. Some literary people In Englandare Through sleeping car service between Jacksonville and New pi-leans
Tryla. Fresk 1'.I.tIWltll\ 111. (0'1...... now clamoring for Information as via River Junction and Pensaocla.Full Lv.New York Pier 21 E. R., -OOp. m., (Standard Tim..) L.,.Brnn..t;fc

"Hello, there! shouted one skater to to its Contents. but It Is unlikely that Frlft..l'ebI8.... .. ..,.. .. ..... .. ............Frlnay, )!.ar.?
another. "Keep away from that hole their curiosity will be gratified for along information on application. to any agent of this company. Friday. 33.COLORAP_. .... .. ;.. .........'......Frulay.. 9
In the ice! Do wish FritlayMar a. ORAN ..... .. .... Fri.Uy, '.
you to drown" 1? time as a great many formalities Friday / .......... ...... ..COLORADO.......:..:.:. .:..:::::::.:Yrid.fr. y
Don't the McDoncll L. A.
see sign Sliipman
you 'Danger? A. O :
bare to be through first. ,
"01>, yes I see the sign" replied the gone Fox general Information,steam.n.train.,rate, .t,,.,apply to

I other "but I wished to make sure that Silk finished corduroy, velvet and General Pass. Agt. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. BASIL GILL, Agent, 220 W.Bay 81.JaoktoatiH-
it really was dangerous."-rittsburj H.H.RAYMOND,General Southern!
clotS are made up Into very gorgeous Agent Brunswick Ga.
:1: Chronicle-Telegrapb., skating costumes. JACKSONVILLE;FLORIDA. C.H.MALLORY A; Co.,General Agent,Pier 21,E. River and S85 Broadway,N.Y.
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IN=2AN RIVER 230TEZ, HOTEL MAGNOLIA NOW OPEN' WHITE'S COTTAGE,
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T1TUSVILLE, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. 11 i1
Barton Avenue Rockledge Florld.k.Terms .
?tit P"T f%.'. y' $1 i ,OOO expended and I
INDIAN RIVER, on Improvements new furnishings last year, :
: fl.'oO per day: $7.00 to 110.00 per week.
anti jfiri.OOO{ this season. Hydraulic ICIovntor.: Hot and Cold
FLORIDA. Water Hutlison! each\ floor; also 1'rlvuto Ilatli.s added to several ,J. J. WHITE Proprietor..

suites and Ilentiiig ArrangvineiitH ate among the Improvements; -- .- .---___., n
making this popular house one of the moat comfortable aDd well '. .
: J. G. BAST, Proprietor. equipped hotels, In the South. Write for booklet. FOUT; PI BUCI':, 1;'1.\. ,)

PALMER A: MAcDOWELL, Proprietors
FORT PIKKCE: "' FLA.
FORT PIERCE HOTEL
P t* f P The hotel fronts on the Indian River, Near Inlet.. '
it NOW 9
r t OPEN. ,
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n. i' wide I
sweep of bl\y(7( milus The BUCKINGHAM
In width), formed by the ST. AUGUSTINE: Spoilsman's: Parndlso on tho Knot: (Count. The Uncut Fishing and HuntIn -
u' rR1; IndhLn River, making it a FLA. Accommodation first cluxs. Near Rafrondtill Steamer Landing..
delightful summer re Opposite the Hotel Alcazar and Ahvmeda. Wide verandas, picturesque NOI.th..rlc.oklll.f and management
p 11 mniih 11 r r rmlm'r' 01.. r sort. Constant cool ,
lawns Home-like and 1 comfortable. Rates moderate O. II. NEAL, Manager.
IT1 l breezes from! the sea and
u'vuI1ffl I { t ti K I M 1I bay. Flowing sulphur C1EO. C. HOWE, Proprietor. Also fU! >n Cove Hotel Onset, :Mass I
111 flora {' y ltumlil an I
Mtas' t spilngs. Special summer
zt& & rn rates. ...

aBafsSaS The St. George Sr. AI-OVSTJNIC: FLA.F. ---- -. BHB.N.


JACKSON I-K. 1p S. TYLER, Propiletor.. II. S. Olals.;: ;: Manager The
Netherby EDEN, On-Indian-River.
d Corner of the Plaza and St. George Street In the ,

The St. James JACKSONVILLE, FLA. l ; c '. very center of I the city. Strictly Ilist-clim, ': In every One of tho loveliest\ h'cl\llun" on (ho river. All modern'! I improvements.'

Season 18-1)00.!)!) () :Now Open. it eTst respect. Rates: ftj.BO per day and upwards. Hot and I cold baths :\ull'hlll'l'llnl:: (, Excellent< drinking/ water.
Special weekly nnd party rates Plenty of fruit and Ice ],'Illh. OYMlt"rllllncl fresh vegetables In abundniiMe. -

The St. James needs no Introduction to visitors to Florida. From a small be. -- -- -- -- Northern cooking. House haiulHomoly furnished with all the
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ginning 1800 the St. James has Increased in size and added to Its appointments -- comforts of home. lUmU, Trains stop at Hiixton station on the i
with increased of the The New limitation. Pinnnpplo dlsttlet. Mm. M. A. CURTIS Manager
popularity tourists' travel to """lorl The location is unsurpassed being on the highest ground Jacksonville, ':\ Algonquin -
facing the St. James Park. Baggage checked to all points. .. NI.a.'I'u, FLA.
Its music as in the past seasons, will ho furnished by Prof. Ed. Prouty's ST. A AUGUSTINE FLA. I _
Orchestra and will be of the high !grade. This house as in the past Is under Q '.
.,.FRONTING ON THE I NEPTUNE FL'\. I', O.
the management; of J. R. Campbell, and everything will bo done tor the COlU'fOI.t PLAZA NEPTUNE HOUSE Hi
and pleasure of guests. Address by mail or telegraph l Jl ;I Under New and Liberal, M.iniigeinent. I West Jupiter Station.

J. R. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla. 4 I Most Centrally Located. Spucl.U attention PleiiHautly located at continence\ of Lnxnhatchln and Indian Rivers One mild
ic TourlMt and Commercial travel from Jupiter Inliit. "Finest" llsh and salt water' fishing vicinity. Postotlloer r
v 1I' Grand. view of hay and ocean from Verandas. Express and Tvlograph: olllcos lOOyaida( ) from house. Terms: $:J.M()C) per day
f,. The leading; Hotel. Open tho l'ol'lILII'l\t\I.. to puillus and bj the week N. 1 K.( FIT/ IIUUH, Jr. Prop.WKST .
WINDSOR HOTEL... .\ round. Rates _.
year to tJ.ftO: \ per' day
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0 F. C. HAYDEN, Malla.r.Lnst !( l'AIU! HKAOII.
Two Years Malinger Ocean View Hotel. .
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PLAZA HOTEL, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. THE SEMINOLE, WEST::! PALM 1 REACH, FLA.

Tills hotel Is now open for ROOMS: ONLY. It Is located '
Postofllco, Hank and Cathedral centrally near Under New Management; Open thin Year Round. Excellence of

Rooms, Wets to 1.00 per day; 1.60 to f 0.00 per wook. Cuisine specialty.. Riitos $:i.50(I to f:1I1): < ) per ,day

V. D. SANCHEZ Manager.
I 1\11'.8.. O. II. HURNHAM Manager./

St. George Strfcot. -
HOTEL ABBEY '
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. The Palms WKST':: PALM" BEACH, 1"LA'A '

OPPOSITE CITY PARK. OPEN THE YEAR ROUND. This delightfully located hotel, near the City Gates, overlooking flrst-chiHN hotel, sit aa'ed on beautiful, Lako> t
RATES, $2.50 and upward. DODGE CULLENS. old Fort Marian and the>> bay now open for the eI\K..n. under the h. i>pioHlla| lays.. I Pulucliiiia.' Kleotrlo lights/ ,
management of P. M. Suarez of the Everett; House electric bells, hat his, PK O. *:'J..1, i.CO; and #.t per, d.iy. :Special:\ rates by the week.
Saratoga
Th! Piilms, Wust P.ilm lt Springs N. Y. For rates. and other purl Ionium apply to ,
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Duval JACKSONVILLE, FL.\. 1 M. SUAUKX: St. Augustine, Fla.
Hotel The Everett House Saratoga Springs, N. Y., will be open' Juno 1, 10110,,
F<> S.A.LE.
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Opposite postoflice. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and le- MAGNOLIA HPICINOH, TI.A. Hotel with Seven Cottages a.nd. 10

novatod. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted. . ,
Rates $2.50 per day and up. Acre of Ltnd. '
U. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. Magnolia Springs Hotel MAGNOLIA SPRINGS FLA.

(St. Johns. Klver.) 1 I R
Twenty-eight; miles south of Jacksonvlllo by the JacksonvilleTampa\ A Key
Merritt's West Railway: and liver Rteaniois. Open (flies in all moms. Steam heat.
Hotel Rathbun OLI CAllI.KTOJf._ _, Elevator.; Pure spring water. N". niusinltoeH.| Well-kept (golf, course.
Tennis Shooting, \Fishing, boating Drives
Swimming pool. $4.111). < ) par. day
New Special weekly rates t). I). fEAVEY, Munager. 4 net ; K

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Market and Bay Streets fronting St. Johns River. American plan. Magnolia Cottage :Magnolia Springs, Fla.On .

Family hotel; steam heat. OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafo nnd Grill tho St. Johns River

rooms attached Florida trade especially catered for. Rates from adjunct of the MagnolU Springs Hotel. Cuisine and service list-class.( fAn ttt t't4t W.1W W t

$2.50 to $1. per day. Special rates by the week or month............ Rates XOO:: ) per day$10.011( (), $12.00:.! ( and $14.00 per week.

J, II. DAI.TOX In of office C. A. MERUITT Lessee. ,
charge JAS. II. ItEAKDON, Lessoe and Manager. X11+ / Iif?4' "4" "! 'arF; IA+M M
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THE MOST POPULAR OFJACKSONVILLE'S Si.AItIt1.EZI.;. MM; r.4 im ,

HOTELS. ,

to THE COLONNADES SEABREEZE: :, FLA., Twenty minutesby '
American Plan. $:! : ()per day. tv
'bus. from DAYTON Station, u
PLACIDE r
Table unsurpassed. Rooms and Beds best Electric Light, Steam heat, Privaobnths, floating, Fishing, Surf

in the City. Bus meets all trains Hathlng, Ocean pier and pavilion. Rest! bicycle roads. In the *
State.., Buy tickets via F. E. C, R'y to Daytona.
Free tickets on street cars to within one blockof
Hotel. J. P. VINING, Manager. Lncnted at 8AUNO thrne quarters} or 8 mile south of lAU: OALLII7
S FLOKIDA, on the Kuu fJulllo River 1 less than half H mile from the
CHA9. COUCH, Rosldcnt Manager* PAIjATKA. Indian River, and two unit a hulf miles i from the o('(!II II. The property

ia two hundred miles' south of JiirkMonville, on the Florida. Knat Coast

Hallway, with the Railroad (Station ndjolnlng the property. Kulldlngu
West Bay and Cedar Streets, GRAHAM HOTEL PALATKA, FLA.
WESTMORELAND HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA. Brick Hotel, Overlooking Johns River erected 18M! / and l Home of them have never ben occupied, the orIgInal .
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Rates $2.r: l) )per day. Weekly and monthly rates. Convenient to all ) owner having/ died] a few months after their completion.The .
boat landings and Railroad ))opols. J. FATKINS LEE Prop. hotel was opened for about two months. prior to tho owner's
American and European plan. Centrally located, Just built nnd opened Also Proprietor of the Old Sweet Springs, W. Va. death, and has not been lined .111('('. All the buildings were erected in

this season, Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold water -_. the most ubtnnti l manner and are now In excellent condition. The

Baths, Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All DcLANI*. hotel and collagen are completely furnished and very little of the fur
niture has been used There artesian wells '
ever are two cis'I
and Rooms and ------ twenty
street cars pass the door. Rooms 60u, 75o $1 a day.
terns connected, with newer etc.
board $2.00 to $2.50 per day. Arms The property rout the original owner 118,000 and will be old at a
Hotel College ELAND, FLORIDA.Is .
Mrs A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. sacrifice. The above cut fairly represents the) proper/y./

__ For particular apply/ to or address' ',
EZRA "'. HA'I CIl, Hon I). L. n\ UI.lf'N.: WM. A. WAHNOCJ' ,

New' Hotel ROSELAND JACKSONVILLE, FLA. about one hundred miles south of Jacksonville Is of easy access to travelers Caretaker on premise" Attorney for Owner Agent for Owner.' i
by the Plant System, being on the DeLarirl Itranch, fie miles from Iteresforil. Euu Gallle, Florida./ Tltusvllle, "Kla." Jamaica, N:Y.
It located on high, rolling pine .land.. There are .
orange /groves and plaosant ,
furnished and renovated..Cool, 4 I
Under entire new management. Newly drives In-the vicinity. There are some fifteen miles of shell road. about the -
quiet, and comfortable. Electric lights and bells. Croquet, tennis and town, making It H paradise for riders. The sanitary arrangement: are of the /"-' -/ ,..1, .I
bowling alleys. Good fishing and boating. Special table d'hote dinners latest and most Improved.' The hotel In lighted; by electricity and heated with -* -* ,. & (
served every day at 0 p. m. We supply the table with fresh vegetablesfrom of steam soventy-ll, while In rooms every with room Is an open fireplace./ There hits. )been an addition, >* / -/.J jf' r -/- '
private baths, are single or *n mi I to. Tho cuisine
our own garden; fresh eggs! and chickens from our own poultry will bo kept at a high atan< ...rd. A lrt-clas) livery stable connected The
yard; good rich cream from our own cows. Pay us a visit. Within milk and cream Is supplied by a private dairy of Jersey cows. Vegetables are -/'rr r' ( J' :
two blocks of the Ostrich Farm. Yew 'phone ai7.. from the home farm. The water/ supplied from an Artesian well Terms. ) ; ( l.J *
fa: per day and upward. Special to families. For further Information address ..r-.r' } f / )

C. W. RH'I.EY', Manager, Hotel College Arms, DeLand, Fla. Jfr- I 'f'j :
Rlpley's Summer Resort, The Slpplcan, Marion!, Mass, dhfrr1 -J /
GRAND VIEW Hotel, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. J j14 {


Nearest Hotel to Union Station; three blocks from new Post Office and IUCKI.Ei(11:. Cr .r r: 'i'" : :J k: JA -

Government Buildings; centrally located on Forsyth street, between W->.' } t"' vE; .
Bridge and Clay streets on high and spacious grounds.. Very pleasant THE PLAZA HOTEL f ; \
Parlor, Office and Dining Room also large and airy sleeping apartments ROCKLEDOE, FLA.. 'y:;'. ; M' lf I lil'1\ : % ( ) ,

single or en suite, well and newly furnished with Modern Improvements -" This handsome new hotel, located on the bank of the beautiful ;.-foo'g;,, "_; ,. ___r ** : ._ !
: Indian River, 3 _. -i' ..I ill! .!..... ... ** |''" "* 'yAijp /r
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; Electric Bells, Hot and Cold Water Baths, etc. Popular In the heart of the far-famed Indian River orange region/ I Is DOW open for the :=: ::J 'f : .{. ,. -,'! .11\-5jv: : :
Prices. E. II. SANBORN, Proprietor. reception of guesu. A more delightful and attractive! locality cannot be ',r fT !.wT//J f'd/'n..Cf' :f. : '
'Imagined\ than Rockledge, with its beautiful walk., romantic scenery, bearIng / /Y.R/YEf.t.7'1: :':
orange groves, fine boating, flslTng, and hunting. Rooms with private .. V: H 'h1 e'J::!;;' ; I I:
bath. Kate (!.50 per day and upward. Special ""= '
FLA.Opposite weekly rates. q. "
JACKSONVILLE
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HOTEL OXFORD, St. James Hotel. H. If. PECK, Manager..... ;' J4,4: ,; f J \",rn II :.:j :r,1, Jl.j.. j 110:t't"JI'; !" .. k :?" (I

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Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious all who stop rooms at,the'Oxford comfortable' a pleasant and- NEW ON INDIAN RIVER.Opened .J.i.l&, .t:!,! ..'I.j )j1.l. ,;[ :: + ." ,.
homelike, and special effort made to give ROCKLEDGE HOTEL C'= ... ; !. ..: .. .
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stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when la Jack- ;, December J<). ..,._.,IJW_:-!It[; } }? .{ 'I".t.. [ """" ".I., --c
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MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. Attractions-Full-bearing orange grove livery, bicycling (ten mile river W .
drive) bowling alley boat for r --- .: --"-" ---
fishing and ducking, free excursion on .
launch to point/ of Interest. Bates $2.60 to .-1 day. Special

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ADVOCATE MARCH 30 1900.
INDIAN RIVER ,

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9 MR. FLAGLER TO BUILD AN- DEATH, OF MR. HENDERSON. ROBBINS & GRAHAM I Carroll <& Goldsmith,


II Interested. East In Coast AUT OBJECTS Tourists and OTHER HOTEL. With reference-to tho death of the GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES, of All Kinds, ''

SOUTHERN SOUVENIRS! should) above gentleman, published In a previous ...L.a."" y ora... Your patronage Son ,''ted.TITUSVIJ .
visit the Jewelry shops[ of theJACKSONVILLE Mr.\ II. }t. Flakier; who has built the Issue of the ADVOCATE, a telegram from Crockery, Glass and Tinware
M, series of beautiful hotels along tho East: New York says: After an autopsy on .I.E, FLORIDA) .

V/f: sr Coast of Florida and at Nassau and Key the body of William'\ Henderson, the WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND .. -
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ccII West, has decided to erect a ,;;MXOOG wealthy Brooklyn mineral water manufacturer I -

hotel In Havana with the same convenience who was found dead at thc UNITED STATES COURTS.

: :, PALM\ BEACH, and luxurious appointments as thel'onco Ulver View Hotel, Merrltts Island, Indian -. & Motlo /

ST. AUUUST1NK.: I ilo Leon at St. Augustine and the River, Fla., Coroner's physician LesleySuccessors .,

Royal Pulnctana at Palm Beach, says Hartung reported that death was duo to
Title RENAKER & CO.)
ANHEUSER BUSCH VV, E. Curtis in the Chicago Ueoord. lie cerebral hemorrhagn. originating! from Abstracts of ( to LOSLEY,

.lITHE now bl\al\n engineer and an architect In violence, either directly or Indirectly, or Rums Gins and

Havana making his plans and work will by a fall The top of his skull contained Furnished to lands In Brovard and Dade Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Whiskies;,

Brewing Asso's.Famous bo begun as soon as the drawings and a cross-shaped cut, and another cut ran Ales and Stout. h. .
Beers
specltlcnttons can he completed. The toward the forehead. The left temple Counties. Bottled ,

and Hot site of the hotel will bo on the beach and left cheek was discolored and there ..* Billiard and Pool Tables,
Louis of Cigars.
St. Keg across the entrance to the bay from were abrasions of the fingers.The A First-class Line

tied Boer. Morro Castle, where Mis. Flaglm has death certificate on which the body We have a large list of Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given: to man

# Bold by Men LoHloy & Motion purchased a largo plot of ground, which was brought north reports death as being orders. Cash must accompany your order, LOSLEY & MOTLOW Tltusvllie ,
1 TltuBVllli Fla. will be laid out In a park by landscape due to heart disease.\ The undertaker .
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11. /.. Mmluw. Cocoa, FinBy ... -- '='
1 By Mr. artistic effect as out here noticedIn X.A. ZLT 3D S -
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Mr. W J. Tucker, Cocoa; oni<1 architects with same who laid the body -- --
rl Fort 1'iuroe Fla. the ground about his other hotels, As trapsfeirlng the body from the box Protect Your
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soon as his hotel Is finished, Mr. Flagler in which it came into one of his own that INSURANCE FIRE i
JOSEPH ZAPF will\ put on a new line of steamers from the gauge supporting! the hand.contained owned by ourselves and clients. Price Property Against ,

Miami to Havana, making the trip in one a number of blood stains, and notifiedthe lands $3.00 to $100.00per -
for unimproved
night, so that passengers; may avoid the authorities of his discovery. LXGEJTN"XN"G.a.J:1d.: : : C7Yl7IaON7CSe

Sole Agent. disagreeable expeilenco of crossing thegulf LATER. aero. all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Life

!: stream. who with his wife, I represent Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
010 to G2U West Bay Street, Last week there was an assemblage of Dr. J.'A.. Roache, -.- -- Insurance Company. Co. of Philadelphia, Pa.
1 the passed through Titusville last wee.on Invest. Safe Deposit A Surety_ _.. .
at Palm Beach an guest
I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. of capitalists lIt M. Flagler, which was apparently a their way to Daytona, I fri said Henderson to have WE have a few Residence, Orang For Rates, Information, etc., call on or IlddressJ.11.. ..::!. S.: SCUUYLEK;Titusville: ; !;Kin.,
the first to goto: ,
been
t which Mr. among
matter Rock feller of pure and accident others ;left since lor Havana, and examine him after his death, and he Grove and Pineapple Properties in de. ._-"-

JOHNSON LAW COMPANY says the Key West Advertiser It now stated that from his professional he found knowledge dealt slrable locations. Prices Reasonable. -----
and the symptoms
had
millionaires an
that thoso FACTORY.TITUSVILLE
anchor transpires to winward, and have formulated due from apoplexy, and after making a. INDIAN RIVER ICE .
to
certificate
full examination Issued a
William
i EDISON LALANDE a plan in connection with Sir Indorsed Dr. TITUSVILLE FLA.
and that effect, which was by ,

Van Home, recently president general OFFICES I { MIAMI
SAMPSON NO.2, manager of the Canadian Pacillo Hughlett, of Cocoa. phvsicnn of and Is prepared to furnish Ice In any qUI\Jttlty-Backe l or' loose. Special attention

DRY BATTERIES,, Kallrcmd to buy up all the existing rail Dr. Rouche Is prominent for family use. Fairdealing Is my motto.
and that the repentth.tt for Yachts or
f and he paid sacking
I says
\ of Brooklyn,
mileage
In Cuba having u
,
FOR GAS ENGINE IGNITION. way now reconstruct sonic and Henderson oamo to his death by accident East Coast Meat Market T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
to
d; l LOi() mile, violence Is false, and his statement t .
01' -- ----- -
.
Itiol-t1lof -
the extreme --
build a trunk line : ----- ---------
who -----
wee; -- -
substantiated by others ; ---
the lalaoIuuut miles-with bran
-at the lime- Henderson died. G. DUREN: Agent.TITUSVILLE .
ches to all seaports and important cltlcK, picseut K. ,
found
from of thealand Tho theory) U that the bruises ey t
outlet portions
riving an 53S
deceased's head were caused by his Received
never before exploicd. The capital on eta Just
0ti
proposed to bo Invested is estimated falling against the door facing. N -- ,

at about 75 millions, which was easily

subsetIbed to when we mention! that CHURCH NOTICES. O
the eminent guestsof Mr.' Fl.igler were rb

'lerponc Morgan, John Rockt'eller, D. Archdeacon B. F. Brown, will hold r: 1

O. Mills\ 8!:I im'l Thomas, Uranvllle M. Divine services at St. Uabilei's Episcopal --

f Dodge, each of whom is a tnultt-mllllon- Church, Titusville, on Sunday next, il New Line of Stoves.
qd .A
v t i 'R are, who wll, take hold of it with energy April 1st.There *

and intelllgt nee. __ U2. :
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will\ be the usual services at the = -

CHARGE.. Presbyterian church next /Sunday: April! G. '-1a
A SERIOUS I Sunday school at 0:45: ; a. m.; preaching 1=1

as. 11 a. m., and song and praise serviceat FLORIDA.
A dispatch'to the Birmingham: News 7:15: p. m.lIARDICtiV1LLE.

says that a young man who gave his AND ClTY POINT.-The J.EA.S. PRIT'CI3ARII: :' : : c&CTITUSVILLE SON.
:
full line of Electrical Supplies. mine as Horace Florida Edwards,arrested Neptune In, pastor, A. C. Slrdetteld l, will, D. V., George Peoples...
Wall
Jade county,
JOHNSON LAW CO. Hardeevllle next Sabbath at

a & Bl W. Forsyth St. Jacksonville, Fla. Meridian, Miss., last charge Friday of und attempting placedIn 10:00 Breach: o'clock at a. m.; and at City Point at DldOlbaoninilldlnir. Tinsmith FLORIDA.
Jail there on a service at .. ,
tf 2:00 m. The preaching net
tu; wreck a train on the Mobile aud Ohio : p. -
be followed by Sabbath duor to( arruthen' -
Point Is to --
tallroud.I While passing a point on theroad City .

HOTELS, BOARDING HOUSES throe or four miles south of Herman school, to which.0.11 are Invited. barber shop.WaahingtonAve. TlTUSVILLE, FLA. .. Chas. A. Gardner,
I
i AND OTHERS. at an early hour last Friday, a At a congregational meeting of thePnesbytorian Tinsmlthlng, Roofing, Guttering
Edwards the track, Titusville on Wednesday
gentleman found on church, FUNITURE,
and all kinds of repair work promptly
and his attention was at once directed to Kev. John A. Hughes, who has :STOVES. ,
the fact that a rail had been removed.The been supplying: the pulpit of the above attended to. DRY GOODS

-t section master was at once notified chinch I tor the past ten months, was .Work from down the River solicited ,. MATTINGS,
and with hid mm be soon replaced elected to be their pastor by a unanimous 'THOMPSON'S GLOVE' FITTING
the rail before the arilvalof any train, vote. The following agreementwas AND RAG: CORSETS.

__ It being then about the schedule time adopted: That should either party, MAINHARD BROS. BUTTERICK PATTERNS,
,
for the southbound passenger train. fur any cause or reasons sufficient to WALL PAPER,

II you want Fnuih and Bait water r"lh, Oynter*, The notions of young: Kdwards were themselves, becomedlsnatlaned, the com KID GLOVES:!,
tureen Tnrtlo.eto., go!: to fI. H. KITON, Whole. 80 suspicious he was placed under ."rest pact is to b.) mutually dissolved by either SHOES,
nle and Retail Kluli and (O.tllr Company foot said nada a full confession other three Gleaning'and Dyeing
c anil Market,Jacksonville, Via. lie then, It Is party, giving; : the party TRUNKS,
IIf Ocean it, City
r saying he drew the spikes with a mantlis' notice. Mr.! C. S. Schuyler wa.seleot.ed Fla.Don't
-- crowbar that he had stolen from the tool to the office of treasurer In the a .. a Titusville, .
r..Jho nro"\vcJ..Y louae of the section north of Meridian! place of Mr. Chas A. Gardner, resigned. establishment, 12 Newnan St., Clothing
and pointed out the place where he Be .leaned, dyed it-paired and pressed.

4I1O West! Buy St Jack ollvUJe, meted the crowbar after he hud gotten! AN ERROR. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
1 through with It. He stated that It was Forget...

:FINE his. purpose to rem"In at the place until

the arrival of a.train, and ho then In- In reporting; the law case, In our last JClio 1171 n-oo ",VhYM, I'I ...That we carry a stock of...
Wines Liquors and Cigars. ended to give the engineer; the d, nloter ssue, of E. 1'. WlUon, receiver (of the '

Igual by the nourishing of a firebrand rtial National Bauk of Helena, Mon.), -- Furniture/

Anheuser-Busch Extra Pale on Draught toross the tracks. He had arranged n versus ihe Indian. Hiver! State:: flank, of ..,.FurnitureWhich

Lunch Served Daily.I : bundle of staw on forked stick, of 'fltunville, an error was made by our WHY KILL YOUR MOCKING BIRD
Cold
Fme booties as the word "<>!" for "vs.," wltlV stale food I, when you can ( which are strictly
he Intended making a substituting contains goods
which
The best of Service and a pleanunt quiet Idea from Home Mocking Bird ; III I II (
I oeort. JOHN F. MUNCH, Mgr, oon as he heard n train cumloEd/ oon eying an entirulj different buy the Southern 0\ useful as well as articles which are both
lb. sent
being ;) i
I attention at 25e
wards says that his Idea was that if he that Intended.' Our Food fresh every day per ;
thus prevented a wreck he would have culled to It, due apologies were made to anywhere lOo extra to pay freight I useful and; ornamental. \
"JUST FAR ENOUGH NORTH"KNJOV the railroad and take this menus ofcorrecting I have also beautiful and complete
>eim, handsomely rewarded by the bank, we suffer from CHILLS & FP.VER, We a
YOUll SUMKIOUTING AT company and probably given a desirable the error which might have WHY when you can get; a bottle of e line of Millinery,Dry Goods, Notions etc.

r rHOTEUVICTORY. position In Its service. I caused misapprehension without any Thomas' Chill and Fever Tonic, guaranteed _
'0 those of our readers who Walker
'
reason, among to cure for 50o. I u' John R. ,
r t-in-llayIiUe article. It Is needless to say
'' ; saw the
.
[LAKKEIUBO.: PURCHASED MORE' LAND. that: the Indian River State Bank enjoysthe WHY "ulter from a splitting HEAD- ? i11 I .TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

...... .....;: ;.M' The World's had confidence of this community and ACHE, when you can get a hot- ---'--
,_ Lnrgext!: most Mr. II. M. this week purchased the county at large. and In the face of tie of Thomas' Headache Cure, that willure ---- --
Ci"': .. oliarmlnir minim of Palm Bench freezes, etc., It order for 100.
cnuuire. another slice\ monetary disturbances, you in short
.r hotel a ,' (,lhitdel/ghtrulatrnoeudden no iiumiiultou; "Golf," boivtliiir, adjoining the grounds; the ball never wavered or disappointed Its II. R. THOMAS, BROTHERS'.
baking : : : natatorlum uitements property the south GAY
bathing iluuulnir Royal Poinclana friends! or patrons.We Chemist & Druggist. LaVllla Pharmacy.
limuinuralilei( anti orulieHtra
i r 2laoreelawnsurvlceand I ;large nunlne burnt unM"rl'.Mo.11All j says the Palm Beach News. U Is a strip cull attention to Its strong: state' Jacksonville, }'I....

I white mtrvanu. lUten f'j.Bo: to 80.00/ ) per day' 120 feet in width, running from the ment in another column, which williompare
$10 ISO to lit, week ltl rate*. June ocean to point near the golf club hou e. favorably with hat of any bank
: !
:
2U tn 8 pt. 15. Beautiful. folder, .,by mall.AiKtren of the Is PostmasterS the most peculiar and interesting PALATKA, FLORIDA. GROCERS
seller property
The Stale.
10 the VISIT
Uou'llIIa"al/or,
:
W.
T. MoCreary well Palm . .
known America.
M4 !Monroe street, TIILKDO: Ouiu. ::, M. Brelsford, the sight tn
1 r After June tat. IVMn-ltuy,Ohio. Beach real estate altenh ,the Brelsford I :
Banyan.We THE FLORIDA.OSTRICH .
only an avenue from of
estate retaining Ye make a Special Feature ourMail
u' You a crop of Early Vegetables, lake front to the ocean on the south side -

HAVE Oranges, Pines, etc., to ship ? of the stripr he has sold to Mr. Flagler.; hove been having some heavy rains Order Department.
and Farm
Tho strip consists of the beach ridge Too much rain is almost as
to advan this week.
We consignments :
can use
your marsh
he hammock back of It and the J, Henderson, of ,
bad not enough.
tage.VO will please you. Stencils on In the center of the peninsular, wblch Bovine ns, reports the woods Hooded out Knowing how difficult It !Is In some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES
Correspondence solicited. will be tilled, and the entire strip used to of having them tilled
k application. where he lives. JACKSONVILLE. CHEAP, families can send us their order with the assurance
KAISER BROS., enlarge the golf course to eighteen holes and know the and prices will be satisfactory.'
quality
to C. B. promptly and carefully; we
also enable the Joel Scott has sold his place and baremany
It will Florida
Wholesale Commission Merchants.Knoxvllle next season. stock of Grocery House In East ,
his fortune at 'jTe carry the most complete any
back will
Joel now try
grounds Merrill.
TeOO.t moving of the shooting articles not usually found In other and smaller houses.
e about a hundred yards which will takeIt Palm Beach.HUNTING.
well out of the way of the golf course, arr- SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.

CANCER on which It now somewhat crowds. AND FISHING ON ---.. ---- -- -- ---- --- -------" -- -- --
,
t CURED at HOME. This was the land to which the ADVOCATE -

Incidentally referred In last THE EAST COAST. E. A. ADD'ELL

m NO KNIFI3. NO AIN. week's Issue. Mr. Geo. M. Robbins, ofthe la't ,

Bund for free book. Adilreu, law flan of Robbins & Graham, [essr.. C. E.Tayntor and D. L. Benjamin Miami City and Dade County -
Cancer Sanitarium Titusville and Miami, went down to of New York, who have been on a
1p. attend to the deeds, etc., : commanded
Palm[ Beach to cruise In the sloop Why-Not,
1 BELLEVmv!: FLORIDA. connected with the above. We understand by Capt. John Slmonson, returnedhere Real Estate Bureau.

Mr. Brelsford received the snug yesterday, much pleased with their

little sum of tUtKIO from Mr. Flagler. I trip. They had some good fishing dowd r a ._, ,

4 l. t' NEAR & TAYLOR,. Indian River, but nothing like they han
_
:= hauled -A select list of-
Canal where' tbey ,
Admiral I>.w.jr .t St. .Augustine. at the Haulover ,
"' In a number of trout one weighing over
Artesian Well
Property: : ,
Bibs Messrs. Tayntor and Benjamin Bay lOiwoavyn
tendered
Admiral and Mrs Dewey were Now York to-day and
}I leave for
Monday night In St:Augustlng, the Nearly 200 pIJlHntlo: : binds l .tAndlnp: to 10 feet City Lots Fruit and Vegetable; Tracts of all sizes for I vestments. Prosphate
ill f I'' 1CONTRACTORS, most brilliant reception given In the }[r. and Mrs. B. D. Beebo, Mr. Wither- high: weiKUiiiit!: ( )to 4 o pounil eacb.ostrichesluethatched. Ontrlcb ,
of epic,ostrich sitting and baby ORANGE GROVE LANDS on West Coast.
Cleve- and Mr. Thompson nests
President Mr. Doan
i Ponce de Leon since spoon,
k.)2) 2'i; Ean Gillie, Fla. and's first Florida visit. Fifteen hun- the Hotel Biscayne, Miami, 'were among; <)ul their nests,habit,,
dred men and women, Including multimillionaires the recent fortunate fishermen. They !: all about tin bird ARMOUR A CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS: ,
C shookthe fifteen\ large king-! "ae. "to' ; D'
In catching
-- and bread earners, succeeded plum Fertilizers Chicago Ill. Chicago,
''I ,
hands of the hero of Manila and hisovable fish, and four Spanish mackerel. Tide I
STATEMENT : wife. Mrs. Gen catch displayed In the rotunda' Tnt!: DISTRIOT COURT OF THE UNITED Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI, FLORIDA. _
d l. and affable large; was IN State, for Southern District of Florida. -
'- :Schotleld: \ received with Mrs. Dewey in of the hotel Friday night. Mr". Beebe In Bankruptcy.In .

l! ., >f The Condition of Tit. Indlwn River the first parlor of the great hotel the caught one thlr; of the entire number. the matter o( ) ::rX. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
MIMS: ,
: :
State tank at the close of buslneMMarch anxious crowds, who, after greeting the Fhla catch U said to have been better William H. H.uleaaon,I J) In Bankruptcy. IE3ZE3.. ,
'
admiral, passed into the ball room and than previous catches of Mr. A. It. Glad- Bankrupt. of -DEALER I -
H. H.-CIeaaon.
William
8Uth, HMH the creditor of
N out Into the court and loggias, magnificent win. To BreT ard County>>,and district.to..ld.a bank
varied colored
with myriads of tiny rupt.
RItAOURNL". electric lights, Interspersed amid the The Horse's I'ruyer. Notice Ie hereby. that on the Ssth dl.yof :a.Q
060,11II1.01\$\ :
amldlooimtsinereantllo)
) Gi.usanti.. .. .. ( l1l..IO.t1T semi-tropical growths. After the reception March A. D. 19 rt.fk id William H.H. Her
(secured by mortgagor) : that
d bankrupt; :'
3 Stock and Bond.... n.unnixi they gathered In the ball room Going up hill hurry me not, onwaa meeting duly ailjudli of his creditors will be gel. alho ;) -
....... ",IMHI.\H) ? ha first
Bank building Admiral and Florida, the nth
on
cg
II for the dance following Going down hill run me not, .; Court HO" 8LTltu.YtJle.
owned 11,1116.24' "t::
and
4>*.r real estate mortgages: :3 o'clock afternoon
be- A. 1> luuo at .
band-shaking
Cash; on hand and reserve....... a1a17,1qI : l\ra. Dewey stood the : On level road spare me not .layof which April.time the ealil creditor may attend, A p
i --- cause, as they said, "It it Is a pleasureto While In the stable neglect me not, at thelrelaties, appoint trustee examine V "'
I I.UDILJTIItIl.Crpltal 'LlIOH,87: be so honored by our great people. Of good clean water stint me Dot prove tbe bankrupt and tranaact such other business eQ

I stock .............,. ......f2A.oao.ofl Of good and grain rob me not, as may properly come b furs aald meeting. *" '
1 Surplus and proftN..,............... .... lM3.: Wfl.rwtt. Of good soft bed deprive me not, March \ hiyoO.! W. R. ANNO lUl/Wlilrlffir1
.... .. ..... ... 90lkn ia1 Those about to visit Florida would t ETCc .
..........a........ "MICKEY" clip me forget It not. Rele"1n"8anklupl 1 I well to note the names of the best hotel I can for Bankrupt ALSO GENERAL REPAIR WORE OF! ALL KINDS,
.1 UVM4.S1WM. For I'm mans best friend, abuse me not C.P.AiTBLb, Attorney
on our 7th page. .
)I. BROWN, Tloo-Pmident. at which to stop,




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