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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: April 13, 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: UF00075918:00067
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LOCAL NEWS, --Mrs. A. Il.idley presented her hus I Look out for the chunga of timetable t'ondiictoi .1. L. Hiker Is ncaln on HUNTING AND FISHING ON side, before going North. Ills health In

ban,1Ith a Hue, bouncing baby boy List over the Florida! East Coast Kail- the run between' Jacksonville\ and Titus not the .best, mid ho does not .1111'0 to risk

And Topics of General Interest. Friday way. yule THE EAST COAST- i going NOI'tltllItli the first of May.

-Mrs. J. A. Hughes and little son -Mi. Robt. Motlow paid: i a visit to -Mr. Goo. ))0'. Mlles, of St. Augustine, : Tho Net hcrby, Eden, under the able

spent from! Saturday until Monday: with Cocoa on Wednesday\ returning beau the was In town n day or so the end of last A party of four gentlemen, guests of management of Mrs 11(. A, Curtis ban
Society and General Oomlp In connection friends at Oimond.Mr. next day week the Hotel Magnolia; \ while out slunk been crowded, with tourists. nnuilr all the
with HlseiiyneH. Lake Worth Indian, llshlng a few days, \ago, caught and landed
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winter. It U
In tho (
wart
of the
Harry plncupplo
Wilson of the
Bitimmt, and Halifax Klver, Key Moot manager -Mr. Clans R. Galllaid' of St. Augustine Contractor J. A. Mnodonald) passed a monster 1111111'1 nater. 'iho slunk was Holds .
alt other Important Point along the Cocoa and Rockludgo News, spent pint was a passenger Monday's: south through, hero, yelllN'lny. en route front brought to St. Augustine,: I and dining on.ll.. a delightful,: plicutu
unit of Saturday: and Sunday In Tltu vlllo. bound tialn stop at. Those who have boon !guests of
en route to Miami.\ Miami
Emit. Coast. of Florida Brief mention of to M. Augiistino.Gov. Iho afternoon was on exhibition the tho Notheiby tho pint season, give the

Interesting Event from Various Purl -The many friends of our former res- fly": To insure Insertion, correspondents 1. W. I D Bloxham I has appointed MnguIIIIIItI'mlnllI.. 'I'hue llsh weighed house table and niauuguiess: u doul of
o( the World| About People You Know ident, Mr.( harry' Budge, will be pleased must see that their Items reach this Mr. R. 11. Stewart' of Bl'llnll"ylIotllry nearly UK) pounds, nnd was an Ideal. pi'also.

mid I'eople You ))on't Kiitiw Plckeil to leiiin that he bus received the nppolntmentof ollice not later than Wednesdays.Mr. public' for the state at IlIr(;o. shot for tho einnera fiends, scores of
by Our Society :Editor and larjre staff postmaster of Miami. pictures having been taken of It.Mr. Mr harry Adams, \ who has had, charga
up sontlored along theE Chas.I II. Xuuniin, a prominent\ -Miss 1 Elizabeth .Symmonds. of Oenrg- of Hotel Oimond. uiifo, this wlutur, IIIM
Correspondent
?( of Florida. -We acknowledge: receipt of a pretty orange and pineapple grower from thin liinn, has been enjoying \II visit to Miss Chas. )F. Naothlng!. Pi-of. Jack been highly spoken' of by i uuryguests. ass

..el Count hanging map of the Geoigla, Southern: Haulover, was in town YtlHtel'hy.111 Idi )Dodson( of this place dining the tale Ii iac and KOHUMN.. NaeUilns, of New cotiiteons, obliging nnd. ) thoroughly iindeistanding -
& Florida kul1way 1 from Mr. H II. Itich- week. Turk, who hava been on u lUlilnif andpleasure his duties Ho has hud
THE ADVOCATE, W. N. Ilendiy left, on ThnrM.dy' .. a
aidmm cruise for "v'111I..klt
In thulioiisohoat
jtBnerllln/'olli./ Jaoksonvllle.' great deal of oxpeilvuco In his. line of
$1.50 annum In advance. noithbiiiind' train, fur Given Cove' -Mr. Goo W. Glhbs one of St. A UICu"llno's Ruse :Slavic ic'nined to
per '. -Miss Lama Sharpe of City Point Springs/ where ho will icinaln Heveial 111,1Iullkunwn hiisiinTis. Among tho many tlrst-olass)
1.00 six months, popular lesi- I'liiisvlllu on 'l'11t.IIy: evening Tho
was lu town \VidtiuNdny, making a large days' on a visit to his mother.Mr. hotel he has seived me I Iho following:
dents Is In town '
$2.00 an. to foreign counttcs. toay, attending to following day Mi. Nnethlng and Illsson
: per Mansion house IliilTalo four tile
number of ,
1)\lldlllHI'II\ of le'rote/ our years;
/gaa
stmekcepeis. !Miss \ W. F. Jibb has" boon spending a some business at the tent factory. Foster left for Augustine to join POIII-O de Loon. St. AIlJolIl1l1ne'ollo season

When you subscribe for tho ADVOCATE takes place next Tuesday.C Munpe's. wedding few days at Oak Hill this 'week. where -Dude < iMinty Tax Assessor M. K.Gruber :. Mr. Wm. H. Naolhlng, who prei.udotl ; Hotel Princes* Annie Virginia

!: by the year it does not cost you he went to take the ,place of the F. E. C. ( anal son Charles, of \\cst Palm them a couple of weoksago. They went hooch Vu., ono season! ; llatholdl, hotel.

three cents per week postage Included. -,
jy Please place this paper in your commander of the Royal Potuelan.i\ fleet list been on a trip to Columbia, S. C., and Ilisoayna and hail ngloilous tlmo hauling .. may bo found,I after leaving Oimond,
for the past two sunsoiiH, Is having a In VIM"Ions kinds, of llsh ; but what
which
rending room. -Attorney Geo. A. of1I1I1ml' their many friends are pleimed) to see will ha In about n flll'lniltht. At
naphtha engine, Inlll his sailboat the Worlej, one gave them the most plousme was when
ADVOCATE Is : put them here. piosmit' ho Is. camping on 0..111011I1'11lne./ .
INDIAN RIVER OD \ well-known legal
The lights/ passed
Maud to fuiuiHli auxiliaiy they hauled night taipoiiaml soveial
power. ocean bench with few filondrt
sale ac the following news-stands at five through; here Wednesday! on his way to -We call attention to the now ,"1. of big shark foster" says ho never hud 1 after his a taking a
rest arduous
duties. No doubt
: -Mr. !Sidney Halgh a former propil- .Jacksonville to attend! to law businesii. .
cents per copy Home ; Mr. Louis J. Stephens the well-known such a good, time before. Piof. Latlln .
TltusvllleR.. Wilson & Son. etor of Hotel Colonnades, t'onhreere. Is Ho expects to return today or watch and clock maker, formerly of 5 will not return to Now York for several at this Its Jolly head little pllI.ty-wlth C'apt. Harry:
will
J. B. Screven. now limning one of the finest livery stables tomoirow.Pieparntlons. West Hay street, hut now of .1 17 West weeks. enjoy themselves Immensely -

Jacksonville lUthbun hotel. along the East Coast When von Bty which will be found on the I ftth llshlng. ocean bathing, etc, eralotiirnlng
are being made to ------ ,
St. James hotel. go to Uajtona do not forget the Halgh move to Mow Yolk.
of this issue This old! and tellable
Windsor hotel. livery. the Methodist parsonage' from Its pies- page Clone ti. tliff 1\............ It Is
eat: location to the null' heastern pert of watch cluck and jewelry business was generally conceded) that Hotel

St. Augustine-'Alcazar hotel. -The Misses Baico' of Gainesville; the same lot. The structure was considered established :27 years' ago and Is an up- Colonnades City Beautiful Is n delight

Ormond-Hotel Ormond. and .Miss\ Goodwin of (;Greensboro Ga., to be too near the church building to-date, live conrein. A jovial party who piissed through ful place for n fow weeks' sojourn. Slime

who recently passed through Titusvlllo, heretofore. -Dr. Nathan A. Cobb emissary to tho Tltusville, Sunday night en route to !Manager Ja.... 1', Vlning (formerly of Hotel '
jy Reading notice ads. are ten cents are having an enjoyable time at Miami. Miami' and Nassau, N P., was composed Coinina'| Ormond) ,) took bold of the
per Hue on this page. MissBucowe undeistnnd is a ulster of -Woik upon tho cottage recently purchased United" States and Europe, 11'1)11the.government of the following I General !Manager (S. H. (Colonnades It has become a very popular -
of Death
New Wales
Mrs. J. Jackson of Miami.\ by Contractor Deckel, from the spent a Knott of the )Florida Kiist: Coast Hotel resort with toiulst On many wouaslons -
-Do not fail to look through: our Degiauw estate Is being pushed forward couple hours In town ou Thuisday Myslom ; Manager( Joseph I'. Grooves of this IIOII"on. the huiiso was so

advertising columns aud piollt. thereby -Commodore F. C. Hewitt, of Owega rapidly. Sovn.il needed Improvements Dr. Cobb has been traveling for his government Hotel Alcazar St. Augustine; !Mr. J, D. full that now-ooniois had to bo turned

Circuit Judgn 1\I.oI! Jones }left here, N. Y., who has been enjoying himself have boon added to it, and when com for taw lust three years Investigation !- i'lloo one of tho maiiiigeis of Hotel Oi-" away for want of a place to put thorn.

Friday last for hi* orange grove at Klon- cruising on the Indian Klver OI"\I'lyall pleted will be a very cozy little resi vet inane agricultural pioblems, mend, who was accompanied by his wife; While the Colonnades, Is. not exactly on
dike west of St. Lucie. winter, has left Melbourne: for his homeIn dence. and will retm to Australlla by December. and Mr, L. II. MliiKham chief clerk of tho Mean bench.' It Is quite handy for
the above town Ho was In town this Dr. Cobb sloppidolT |lore I to see Hotel suit .,. .
01 m/nl. They arc now taking 1&muchneocll'.1 bathing, llshlng anti yachting; and
-The
-We send onf paper free to all our week, having his lluet of boats laid! up many friends! of Mr. and Mrs hU old classmate Mr. too. M. Robbins. lest lifter one of the 11I1I..tIIIIIIV there are soon sixty mile of 'A'00(1 driving
ad. U discontinued I n. W. Collier, of Lynn, MI\O advertisers. When the : until next winter. 01 ange roads.
seasons In the history of the t'loil-Ida In that section of the country.
pleallet to nee them In Onnoml last In which be '
the ADVOCATE is also discon factory, was much Inteiustod.
East: Coast Hotel Tin house- will clone for tho winter
-Conductor L. D Deesz, who has week. This Is their second! trip to Or- System. oa
tinued. been making his headquarters) at (Fort moml this sell"on. and they regretted to -Mr. J. Gouhling} of New Yi-ik was Tuesday the'lTth; Instant; and after taking -

Com. and Mrs. F. D. Hughes, of New Pierce this winter, returned to town yesterday see Hotel Oimond close so early In the among the pleasant /llll''tlll\n ADVOOATRlupresentallve KiK'hrn at rKlttii... u short rust from their arduous la
York have been at St. Lucie the past and this morning he again took season. met at Hotel Ormond trio lions of the past busy season, Manager

two weeks or so, enjoying the excellent charge of the train running between TI- first of the week. HH was so delighted Vlning and Ids popular wife will hie
flailing in that neighborhood.Mrs. tuevi lie and Sanford ; Conductor, W. H. -Mr. II. M. Flakier; VicepresidentJ with the above tine hostelry and Its general Our Euchre club met (last evening at themselves oil to Hotel Gieylock, their
Waddoll old R. Parrot Old Vlre-PruHldent J. E. management; and felt so much at :bar W..tbey's. and, we' hud a glorious mi miner house at Wllllamstown, Mai*.
M. L. Ferguson Miss E. E. takinghis place as yaidmaster Ingraham It. T. GMT nod Dr. A. Anderson home that he hated, to leave on the time. Thefamo of oiirdolngs: so noised
Fisher and Miss O. C. Fischer a trio of at this place. have returned! to their respective closing day Mr (Giulding who linn ubioad I I In the I laud hat( tjocoa sent a The greatest season In the history of

blight ladies from Boston were guests Dining the short time Miss Garth homes In St. Augustine' and Jacksonville been enjoying the pleasures of all the representative to sue If such good news Palm Beach ended Saturday with the

of the Indian River hotel nt this place side, of Utica N. Y., has been In Miami, from their trip to Palm (teach Miami, pa anal hotels along the Knst: Coast this could ho true, and. he admitted, that to closing of the Royal Polnclana. Duringthe

a day or so this week. she has made a host of fiiends. This i, Cutler and other places Dade county. : winter is delighted/ with on climate and IIHVH I'elll fun, n Gooiglatni euchre party' past few days' people' have boon leaving

-Col. E. O Morgan of Fort Bassen- bright young lady' Is so pleased with the i -Mrs, C. C. Curtis Mrs L. C. Curtis : what he saw ; and-like numerous others I IK the place. Our hostess, Mrs Wethoy. IIIIIlm"llInlll|rapidly and than end.only a Manager score or terrI so r..-
knows how to but her husband,
per; And :Mr. D. L. Alderman his son-in- county town of Dade that It Is piybiblu and !Master Call Curtis left here, Wednesday who have the means-has vlsilud many entertain and family have to Hot.. Springs
she remain all the had to display his by cuirylng gone )
summer, she meanness
law of Fort Pierce returned to their may for popular resorts In Europe Including
Jacksonville to remain some Va whore thu hotels under his -
oil (the honors of tho when here nmnagoment "
Is the sister of Cashier Chas. II. Garth evening I
llioso of tho south of Fiance. He Is
respective homes Friday night, after a time. Sirs C. C. Curtin. haute rented the ,
crowded the utmostcapacity.
arc already to
side, of the Bank of H..y Uiscayne.Mis. therefore' of climate wee others, fur better looking, that
pleasant visit to Klssimmee and Tampa.Mrs. Glenwood house, 4411 Duval street. the piettv good judge should have hl\llt., The work of putting the !Royal

--: .las. F. Mitchell of Uockledge, M.\ A. Sprague Mrs. 2. A. former pi'opi let.i CHS having/ relinquished and scenery, and! says he will bring I'olncliiiialu\ : shape for the summer began
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:Miss Martha F. Dud it owing to failing he.iltli. Wo wish party of lilends with him next. season -- ,
has been enjoying/ fow day's visit In Chappotln, \ Merge some day ago, and It will take several
town, with her parents, Mr. und Mrs. Master Chappotln, of New York are a :Mrs. Curtis every sucoes in her new ven ------- ----- \VIII Move to C'Hlm. day, to make everything snug and neat

W C. Noiwood. Her many friends are pleasant panty who have been stoppingat ture A Good Thing For flockleiltfe.Our Captain U. D. Ifondrlckion' mill next winter The splendid/ green
Hotel Cixjiiina, Ormond., this week. schooner carpet of the rotunda which ha\ done
always glad to see her here. -Mr. J. G. Bennett and his sister, that Emily B, sailed from Lake Worth. ,
They have, been enjoying the hotel, the duty fur the has closed
past twosoasunC
: Miss ,
well known residents Hock
Bennett of ledge correspondent : for Havana boanlII.
When In Titusville give: the Eagle ocean bathing and the tine drives Immensely says Sunday having on Its period of usvfnines there and III I to
h8ld- New York who have been guests of the The surveyors me hero at work on the l'. Dye's herd of cllwlllln.lllth\lrilt/lok.
Clothing Store a call. They are but expect to leave for St. ho lepliieed" next by 1lIew one
,
,
for furnishing New Rockledgo hotel Rockledge for proposed change In the F. F. C. tiark. which lie Is moving to (Cuba, with tho year
quarters clothing gents'
Augustine this week. which ha already been ordered. All the
goods hats shoes etc. In all the some months past were passengers on Instead of the spur running Into the Intention of stalling a milk ranch. Mr.
and I
other furniture
latest )attel'oll.caps See their ad ou our 4th -Mi. and Mrs L. C Moore of Rose- Wednesday's! northbound train en routeto liver front\ they will curve the main line I Dje has supplied Palm Beach with milk lugs are tuckedaway
) land and Ma\ a. Arthur G. Bennett and Ponce P'\rk. to try the fishing/ at the In towards the ,liver and[ move the I for several years, and the, removal of where they can be protectatfromdust )
page!: Inlet. While at Rocklcdge !Mr. and Miss .station luck three hundred feet and light (fining tho hot weather.
son, Sidney of Chicago, stopped over some : his herd leaves good opening for some
-Dis. W. L. Hughlett, of Cocoa; and here short while Wednesday, on their Bennett were very successful In hauling thus giving us the one station which ono else. Hotel Ormond, Ormond, closed its

f. P. Platts of Fort Pierce stoppedover way to Melbourne\ ROIl Roselandfrom, In the tinny tribe; and they made so will be open the year round. honpllable[ dour after breakfast on Tuesday .

here from Tuesday until Wednesday Green Cove !Springs: where they had many friends while on Indian River that after a very successful season. Quite
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A Illtf Mhluniimt' of Ur. .
on their way to Orlando, to attend been on a visltto friends. Melbourne their arrival from New York will be llerrled Mt Courtney.Mr. a number of the guest remained until

the meeting of the State Medical Society. they were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. anxiously looked for next winter. We Messrs. (,. Noble of Khiloli ; and A. M.\ Iho hut, and they were very loath to
t r. Platte was accompanied by his wife. John Goode Mrs. Moore's parents hope Ihey will have good luck tithing at Dcrwllllgur of Ml' Augustine have leave wishing the hotel would keep open
an
Ponco P.irk. Mr. and Mis Hennelt were FrollllerbUl'l, Illnck. of City Point until time end of the month. The
-Mr. II. Q. Hawley a former resident J. C. who recently orange grove at Shlloh wblch is sold to many
Slorah
-Mr. pas.and accompanied' by !Mr. and Mrs. F. W.Schoonmaker wise nmtlli-d to Miss Addle! ElUibelh: In the term of tilellI"nlllleml'nr
awoke highest
of ritusville. accompanied bv his wife his be a grand 1 night. The tree air Covered guest
I thiough Titusville on way south sod Mrs. Belle .Jchoon- Sums, of Courtney' on Wednesday evening kind
and the treatment
hive left Daytona for Colorado. where has been making a tour of the state dis- maker and son, of New York. : the 101 h In.t. The wedding took with bloom and small oranges, and AI r. had; received while lit,
they sojourning
Mr Hawley says he will engage in min. trllllI ti nil some handsome colored easels place at the residence of the bi-Ida's father Nulle Inform u* that. they will probably
lag and make' his future home. It will of the Old 1 Dominion Line steamers -:Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbing" Mr. Jo... H. Sims, Superintendent of ship between |1r14\11\ > and :2,00> boxes, of this palatial hotel Messrs. Alidenon .t:

be a surprise to unit Mr. II.Iwley does The F. F. V. line plys between Norfolk :Master Richard Robblus and bliss Annie I'ubllo Instruction for lirevard county, oranges next season. Messrs.\ Nolle itDerwllllgar Price the ,gentlemanly manager of the.

not return to the East Coast within the Old Point and New, York and Is the Paddson( paid a visit to Paytona Sea the members of the family and a fewfl'len.11I ) have thirty-live acre In above-named hotel are now taking! and a
nmachi.ue led recreation Mr
next two years. dally line of coastwise ships in the breeze and Ormond the first of the week. being orange trees. little '
only presentArchdeacon
Mr.*. J. D. Price, Mr I.. II. Blngham and
It Is of the While at Seabieeze they were guests of -- ------- ---
United :States. one pleasant B. F. Brown went down I
-:Miss Annie Bellows of Danburgh, Master Colby Plnkertou Jolnnii General
f;a., who has been teaching school at connections of the new Seaboard Air that cozy hotel the Colonades, which has from Tltusvllle to tie the nuptial knot FOR SALE on time or cash all kind Mupt. C. B. Knott on Sunday night's
been run lilt successfully the past twowinters I and the bride and received the of sewing machines.\ All kind of
lUrdoevlllethe Ry. groom
In town train for N. P. where
past winter was n trip to Nassau ,
)Ir. James
P. Vlning assistedby
by :,
the first of her : hearty congratulations of their many machine repaired on short notice; will take In all the
the week greeting many Air. Hugh McLaughlin Brooklyn's they pleesiiro viewing
his wife. Mrs. Robbins and
popular
friends. :She: has been stopping at LaGrange leading politician accompanied by his Master Richard returned to I friends, In which the AnvoCATK Joins.A parts and needle furnished.! Address thing of Interest to be seen. In tat,
Tltusvllle:
J, A. Knif' <
for with her aunt !Miss and Mrs\ 1hos. F. Nevin KSO; T, picturesque lirltlsh town. Mr. John.
a
while
wi'e and Mr. Monday, afternoon while Miss\ I'addlson I'. D. Box II.''. DeLand Fla. :
:Mircella[ A. Bellows[\ of Chattanooga, J. (Oimld, Mr. and Mrs Wm. C. Court continued on to Eau Gallle where she GARDEN PARTY. ----- Anderson, accompanied! by hi* father-
Tenn. Miss Bellow[\ has to the Miss Hanua General H. J. Anderson of Portland
gone ney, Miss\ \ Rose Courtney expects to visit her brother for a weekor ,
Mate College, Lake City for a few O' Brien, Thos. A. Kerrigan Miss\ \ !Susan two. !Mr. Robbins remained: Daytona A Grand Tim In fttor for Oar |'.M>|I|. onE AMONG THE HOTELS.The !Me. ; )' fr. Chns.' Richardson, of Philadelphia -

weeks. Kerrigan and Mrs. Mary Reid, were until Tuesday. to take testimony ..lor. Monday. ; Mr. and Mrs C. Davis, of Lenolr

-Mr.: and Mrs. J. O. Walton who have passengers on Saturday's northbound a law, case. The above party report a Under the auspice of the Indian\ River ADVOCATE: Is now on file at ah N. C. ; and Miss H. M. Sawyer of Haverhill -
been Palm train en route to St. Augustine and enjoyable time while at itbree/.e! the best hotels In New York city. Mas, pnssvd through Tltiisvlllo,
on a visit of a week or so at very n"DII. a lawn party will bo given Monday -
,
where they expect to staya yesterday afternoon) on their wiy to
Brach other points, and Ormond and hope to there again '
Eau Gallle and Rockledge stopped go the of the
/ next grounds
evening on
short while. The above party have Where to stop along the East Coast. Pitt' Inland, Lake Worth, to enjoy
over here from Friday until Saturday the coming summer. Indian River hotel kindly loaned for the
the winter at NevlnV t at list of hotel on 7th page. Ihemsolve (lulling, surf-bathing etc.
: on their way to Ormond :St. Augustine been spending their -Mrs. N. Hugglns, accompanied by occasion by Manager Bast. It In the,
Walton Rivervlew hotel, :Meriltt and are on Do you want to purchase a hotel and Ou the famous Hotel I'onco
and Jacksonville. Mrs. in Brook- her son, Mr E. N. Itugglns stayed at close i/f the Lenten season, and those Tuesday
wa just In time to attend the meeting of way to their respective homes Hotel Ormond until It closed. Mrs who attend[ rest aitsnted that they cottages ? If you do, read ad. on 7th de Leon St. Augustine closed its doors

the Ladlell' Guild, of St. Gabriel's Epis- lyn. 1I11lllt'loII I and her son seem to enjoy life will spend an mar tlIlJlo evening. page for this season. It mark the beginningof /

opal' church, which took place at the -Mr. and :Mrs. Wm. A. Warnock pretty easily. They have not only tray. The band play a line selection of Thou about to visit Florida would do the end of the most prosperous tent

:residence of ,Mrs. T. T. Wetmore, on Friday prominent and well-known residents of elect over the East Coast and to Nassau' muslo during the evening and them\ will well to note the name of the best hotel gayest .season I In the history of St. August

Jamaica X. V., who have been visiting/ .- topping at all the best hotels-but hft ire-cream cake, lemonade; sandwiches at which to stop on our 7th page./ !no. Tho [Ponce de Lean, under the
the East': Coast, stopped cotfee tea and delicacies whichIt management of Robert Murray, who has)
who rious places along have visited "the )land of the midnight many ,
Prof. C. B. Cory and family, their Hotel Granada. Eau Gallic the only had charge of this hotel for the
rave over here a couple of day on way gun ;' traveled all over Europe Egypt, U. needles for us to mention. great
been at their winter home orposltetnj storm hotel on the East: Const of .., .
(Inn left on to Eau Gallle, Sanford and DeLand. northwest Africa Mexico Canada and The lawn: will be dotted with picturesque Florida past tineo yoar". since Manager Glllhtrnslghod
their since December, )have near, Mr. Warnock has full control of the the United !States. Mrs. Ifugulngs Is a booths; yachts and row boats. will will keep open all the summer hit enjoyed a larger patronagu

h" ton.way to. their will summer make place the trip Urge) estate of his uncle, the late Col. bright and charming conversation, be for hire at the wharf and the visitors The 111,110&1IUver( hotel Tltusvllle, under till year than ever )before, and hall

.' 'I. "'1, but will.ey' \ at not several points on A. A. Degrauw, and he has been making and It Is very interesting and entertainIng may take their choice of being on land the management :Mr. J. G. Bast/ entertained many of the most celebrated
lr" Professor stop much inter- a iOIl'r of Inspection of the f'lnrlcl.prop- / to listen to her reciting fact about or water. will\ remain open all the summer peoplef the land all well all some of
way. Is
* 'ed, Cory erty. We acknowledge a pleasant call her travels In foreign lands. Mr. Hugglnii After the lawn party those who feel the wealthiest. Many memorable social
In the new 14-hole golf course Warnock who returned like the Illustrated folder of the fine East function have taken place within lt.
* from Mr. and Mrs. also has a large! fund of Interesting doing so, may repair to Opera
.Ich he has staked out for next year and / Coast hotels, etc., to !be given free wall during tile three month. and
away past
,.ntlill from Eau Gallle yesterday, anecdotes to tell hjs friend. lie Is not house to wind up the evenln,, festivities
anxious to see that It ls> prepared Sanford DeLand and Jackson- with a dance. at the ADVOCATE: office. Send two-cent everyone will regret' to wm the Ponce da
left for only an expert amateur fisherman, but .a
Professor tccording/ to his specification enthusiastic The villa this morning. On their way to tau good golfer. From the lAt of June to Da not forget tho dy-next Monday stamp to pay postage. Leon close.[ Manager Murray I* to..bo


) BrantUsy and say they bad a very delightful he found at the Poland Spring )house, Indian Klver hotel Titusville.rine George Hotel. St. Augustine closed on just closed.. The last sacred concert wa
South Poland Me. : after breakfast. played the rotunda of the hotel Sunday
trip. Friday The large and
For Sale) select) patronage received by this excel- nigh* and was\ enjoyed by a largo
Lime-lies.
number of people' and the last open-air
lent ha been ,
For Sale hostelry very gratifying to
HoneyVnnte l. concert took place In the loggia Monday
Martinique Banana Root The true -r-- If you need a good chop steak or any the management.Mr. evening which wa also en joyed by many

banana of commerce F. O. B. steamer atKingston A $10 two burner Blue Flame) Kerosene Cash" paid for good straln'xl honey In thing/ else la the eating line, do not fall, } I'. Scott, of New York who ba" people, both guests of the hotel .and outIder -

; |3. per 100 or $'O.INI( per ItxiO.CRAB. ( Stove with oven bran new, for to;. any quantity. State lowest price on when 10''St. Augustine to go to Orange been front clerk at the Royal PolnoUna *. Manager Robt. Murray aDd bra: '

ECOEXE: SMITH, ABRAHAM FO TER. board can. Address Lock Boa 7, Howe Lunch and Oyster Rooms corner Palm !Bench thin seuon. 1 Is to spend two sister Mr. G. M. Fletcher hnve left for

lJ ap4C Bog Jamaica Walk P., W.O. I. Lake Helen Fla. 6ap4my Johnstown, Pa. of Cathedral place near the, bridge. week at the Seminole Hotel, on the west their home at Clarendon Springs, Vt."rL .



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Z INDIAN'UIVIR ADVOCATE. APRIL 13, 1800.:. __ _



DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. Jacksonville will have on sale for rooming NOTICE. SEED POT A.TOES. '

the return travel from Florida two

pCRopoF Call for the 8e ond CongreMlonat District thirds of the rooms of all the ships and Guardiait'M Notice of Application

of Florida, at Galneevlllo, Tumday, will be In position to give the choicest For Sale of Real Kstate.NOTICB "

Maya, 11MH. accomodatloos and everyone calling -
Is herehv given/: that I, W. G Frink. Improved Rose $.'.00 per barrel. Special prices to large buyers Write for teeth
The Democratic party of the Second there may feet assured of a room or berthas .. .... Tor Hughlett Mmrruder/: andGladys

CongreHHlonal/ District of. Florida will their wants may require.' A letter to twentv-lnhth MaKruder dry of April luluon A. 1>will let)on, makea""lIcation the monlals from largest potato planters In Florida.

hold convention at this office will bring sailing schedules Honorable l>. L.Oaulden. County
a Congressional you Judge" of llretard to txmiity, Florida" fur atuhortiy Full line of fresh Garden and.Field Seeds always In stock. Write for price list

Gainesville, Florida,r on Tuesday, May dcscilptlvcs folders and prompt> an- t<. sell at ,,.rlv.'" sale all or a part of the following -

s4i 22, at 12 noon, for the purpose of nominating swers to Inquiries. This Is splendid described, Real Estate lonrfnff| to said L. CAMERON Seedsman
mlnorn, lying and being In Hrevanl County,
sv ee a Democratio candidate for Con service, and the tnagnlflclent/ cuisine, "Florl.ls tu-.it:
Thirteen and thirteen-n-one-hundre. (13 U-JW) 126 East St. JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
st Bay ,
gross from the Second district of Florida, and the sweet and airy rooms and gen acres of 'land located on the north title of a

and to transact such other business a8 eral good treatment accorded the patrons |I tract uf land containing fortv-Hve and two- ---------
ol Lot --- ----- ----- -
thirds ((45)j) acres Iwlmr the south part -- --
may come before the convention of this line makes deservedly popular two ((2): Hm'tlnn 17,Township 211 south, R&nue elest. GEORGE MARX. JOHN MARX.
width of elKht and thlrty.niehiindiBilth -
VOfA1 The different counties gf the Second With the visitors to Florida and the anal l having.i i IS a.'10-110. chains rvachlniracross/:

Congressional district of Florida will send public generally.; For any information the whole Island from Indian Klver lo Banana BFitC>
River and hnnmled on the north l b y a tract of A.JEir. S.9
J delegates to the convention upon the following and for berth reservation write or call land of twelve(12)acres, sold to S. E. Jerome;

_. 1 's"lhDla basis of representation: One del on Walter Hawkins. General Agent, 221 and the south on the ImunrlBry nouth hyaline of said runnlnmjaraltal Jerome land at to a Wholesale Dealers In

egate for each 100( votes cast for the Dem- West flay street, Jacksonville, Fla. distance of eight and thirty-one-lmndredtbs
IS 30( limy( chains Iherffrom ; being ihelanilset GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE
ocratlo Congressional: candidate at the nparttnraddinfistshyctmuulsslnner..tntroika'artltlon| ,.

asey election 1808 and one. additional delegate DO YOU GET UP ''o".... Also Ijotwwu that tract all Infants of lund and described Ltndse, M.as: ---- .

for the fraction in excess thereof, I '""''''''" 131 and 133 Kant Kay Street and G and 8 Newnan Street.
Co"men..lnll' on the west bank of Banana River -,
....e..l-E__t..ila when it amounts to fifty or more. The WITH A LAME BACK ? sixty-one chains and eighteen links north of of JACKSONVILLE
south section line at the northeast corner
under
counties this rule will bo entitled
lot conveyed to 8.IItI..r. and run sojith slaty-
-- to representation as follows: ,savendegrees, west..." chitliis.lnhty-four links
KUncy Trouble Makes You Miserable. aloiiE the Hue of said Ryder to Honil thence ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY

THE LATE CAPT. PAINE. Alachua . . . . . .11 north twenty three and a half degrees| west ,

Ilaker' . . . . . . :a Almost everybody who reads the newspapers eight chains and eighty link, thence northlustyseven
chains and
Bradford ... . . . . . 8 degrees east eleven
Is know
With reference to tho funeral of the sure to of the wonderful aixtv-elKht' links to Banana River, thence south \Ve; are headquarters| for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas;
Brevard . . . . . . ftClny 4i cures mad by Dr. meandering the river to a point of commence guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want
late Capt. J, )(. Palno, one of Cocoa'sIndian . . .. . . . . :3 t Kilmer's Swamp-Root ment. All In section sev.mt.eii,township east. In twen the your Oranges and Vegetables.; Give us a trial and you will be pleased.

( River) winter residents!<< whop Columbia' . . . . . 7 the great kidney, liver (ty-nix south of KrevarU, range State thirty-seven Florida" cnmalnlni

death was reported In a former issue of ))"de. . . . . . . ftDuval vj li and bladder remedy. ten ounry sens, more or I....... Surveyed( by C. II.Blagruder MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Flo.

. . . . .. . .11 l' It Is the great medical County Surveyorw..FRINK br' We only Sell to Dealers.
the ADVOCATK: the Mlnnoapolls Tribune .
Ilamiltonrrr..r. ... .'.,t. .r 4 triumph of the nineteenth Guardian for Huuhlott Magruder(
of March 28, ban the following to Hay: Lake.r.r.r..t. . II I lit century; discovered and Gluuys' Magrudor.

Simple, yet beautiful and Impressive, Madison . . . . . 4 O after years of F. J. \VpflIl. -
were the funeral services hold l over the MArion. . . . . . . 8: .41 t scientific research by Attorney for W. G. Frlnk. 1I11.J.Apl20IN !

Naasau..r. .,* . . . . 4 / Dr. Kilmer, the eminent John B. Stetson
mortal remains of Capt. J. M. Paine at University
SEVENTH JIT
Oranger.rr..6/ kidney and bladder CIRCUIT COtTRT OP TUB
the homo of hU Ron, Asa Paine, 2,55./ Osceola..r.r.r.r. . 3 -.w-a-- specialist and Is .. ,, Circuit of Florida, In and for Brevard

Bryant avenue south, at 4 cluck yesterday Putnam . . . . . .1/) wonderfully successful In promptly curing, County Haven Ilankln ComI''ny .
New
afternoon. Many of the early /Ht.: Johns . . . . . 7 lame back kidney bladder uric acid trou- a Corporation, .
Sumter. . . . . . . 3 bIas and Bright' Disease, which Is the worst 'VS DELANO, .FLORIDA.y .
settlers of the who bad known and
city 81\wan nee. . . . . . ftVolusla form of kidney trouble. Joseph P. Brown an Administrator

loved the deceased citizen were present . . . . . . 8 Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is not recommended Robert of Morrow' the Estateof do-
to their tribute of respect. A special for everything but If have kid ceased.To .. .
pay The counties will select their delegatesIn you ; .... ,. ;s--\ !
liver or bladder trouble It of [,T..nn8Asee: { a4 I :. :. :f ':" .f "
car attached to the St. l'aul &: Du- manner which be deemed ney will be found J. A. J. Wagoner, Lyncbbnrj ELIZAOfTIHIAt.14J
any may
Just the remedy need. It has been of the for the complainant
you tested The affidavit' attorney
luth railroad train brought about ((10 best by the people, acting through the In so many ways, In hospital work. In private having been Bind In this i cause, Ktatlmr, that ., .,' ; (
of Florida I I
of the State
relatives and friends from'Carlton, 1\11 DD., party organization, as recognized by the practice, among the helpless too poor to pur you and were over a twenty-one non-resident years of age, etc.. it'is

to attend the services last Democratic Congressional conven chase relief and has proved so successful ordered that appear In the aboveentitled >
of the every case that a special arrangement has cause 7uatbeth Clerk's I Office of this
Rev James A, Paige pastor '
,
the
Florida,
Court, In lltiisvllle upon
been
tlon.All made by which all readers of this
McNair :Memorial church at Carlton paper DAY OF MAY A. D. 1900,
Democrats are Invited to participate who have not already tried It, may have a SEVENTY

officiated. The Masonic quartette. sang in the selection of delegates/ thereto, sample bottle sent free by mall also a book and otherwise that you the answer same will such be bt taken 1In\ against duo course ybn, f I r nl uJ

several beautiful selections. The casket Including those who have become quojl telling more about Swamp-Root and how to **
find out If have kidney bladder lt"nattnrt! A that thl' order be published
you or trouble.
was placed In the front parlor, an.llt led to vote since the last election. When with as little delay ss may be In the IxniAXRIVKK
mention
writing this
reading
was entirely coveted with American The chairman and of each generous AI.VOCAI, 'mbilshedatTltiuvllleFlorl ; -
secretary offer In this paper and "' lila, once a week for tonrennrecntiveweeksthat J
Beauty roses. A handsome Muuoulo county convention will send to E. S. send your address torfflnW a ropy, of this order. he mailed. to the raid 3 QVltlttss'.ru
of red and white and (Im Dr. Kilmer& Blng---1-; H4fti .1. A. J. Wattonor at Lvnrhl.urir, Tennessee alll
Co.
design roses Crlll chairman Palatka, a written orprinted ;t liii ; another copv be posted on the Court House
mortelles, and a large American flag copy of such delegates' as a'e hamton N. Y. The "" floor of llrevar! County within twenty days
regular fifty cent and Horn.of Ir..", the data hereof.Dona .
swamn-Root.
were among( the numerous floral tributes, electod to the Congressional convention dollar sizes sold all and ordered at the. Clerk' Office at For Both Sexes. TJiis Scholastic, Year Began
are by good druggists. of March A. D.
Tltnsville, Florida, this:IWth day
the flag being Bout by employee of Capt. E. 8. CUILL, Chairman.J. lllal' October 3rd. Send, for Catalogue

Paine at Cal'l ton. The Interment wan at D. CALLAWAY, Secretary. A. A. STEWART
Circuit Court.
Lake wood. Order of Publication. 1--1 I Clerk 1J1.IOIfICIIRl'iIU'D.C.Rn College, ACAdemic, Normal, Art and Music Departments. Large, commodious

The active pallbearers were A.. .'... IIoiioHt Medicine for La Grippe Attorney Oraliaro.for Plaintiff narW- Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian water etc., Insuring -
CIRCUIT COURT
Ankeny, F" A. Chamberlain, O. R. King, IN iroult of Florida OIT THE, la and SEVENTH! fur healthfulness
Goo. W. Waitt, of South Gardiner, lire- perfect ; buildings heated! by steam throughout ; faculty of 22
John II, Thompson, II. Oldenbuig, Me., says' : "I have had the wotst cough, yard, ('ount). In Chancery, Public Snle.
Andrew J.1'errv, aa Receiver 1 Partition. trained and experienced teachers. Send fur Catalogue containing full I information.
Carlton; John S. Itlchlnner, Ben Snvilli. cold, chills and grip und have' taken lot -vs- I Order to -

Gee U. S. Grant, Judgo Wllllnm of trash of no nocnunt but profit to Ql"BHon Brothers fe Company, F l>vr niluntt. AddienB. J. F. FORBES President.
the vendor, Chamueilatn's Cough a Corporation, ; et al. J tu AppearTo UNDER: 5ND BY VIRTUE OF A T.ETTFJlof
ImchrenHenry Carpenter, O. W. Firkins, lJ Hvpothep.tlo. Fiermml bv W, If H. -- -- -- ---------, --
Howard Hall at
P.
,
New York
Uemedy Is the only thing that has done Arlington DlesHon t.. the Robblns. Graham and <'hllIneworth -
W. II. Roberts were the honorary pallbearers any good whatever. 1 have used ono< WMIIiun McCalie and William. H. Taylor ol Cninpanv, a corporation, on ..Tamiarv8lHt.
Toronto Camilla Km 11 ,
E Court of
; the United
fi0-oont bottle, and the chills, cold and States. Hviln I >uraili r's Ofllrw i : Washington I : 181W\ duly' emimwerlnir ,thoratti.the the laid and H.: A. HODGES....
sale t< highest
have all left l>. C.! Jnllito IVrrv.or Now York oinpanv will offer for
(flip me. I congratulatethe York| the Ellworth'rrustCnuu.unvol(Jlty New test bidder for os.h.In front of the Court Houseli.or. Manufacturer of
manufacturers of an honest med | Clil- Florida. during the leglll
Tltnsville.
Want of hi lloera. I'Ktfo, Illinois, a corporation JOJ S tcllswnrth: at
Hoiimly the i ,
lei no." For sale by all druggists: and ot 3j DIvlHlon Rtrmit. ('hlnagl.Iihunts; John b'ml'llor sale upon, the ..Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber.
medicine dealers. (J. Amend and KiniiiaU., Amend his wife of FIRST MONDAY IV )MAY A. D., 1000 ..

1 spent quite two years going about /
Klliawog< Now York ami
; to parties tithe capital stock of the East Coast: Realty Company,
from farm to farm with wagon load of APRIL SAILINGS. complainant' unknown as to their named, res- a .rpor"tlnll. of the par' value of One Hundred Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building In
miscellaneous goods, bartering them for Iclunona, quuntttl ot Interest .anil proportionate lIolh.rs per alinre,5ntl fully I'ahl. said shares any part of (Florida would do well to write for priers Tbe saw mills are located

a ostrich feathers, Ivory, hides, wool, liver !Spleiiillil! Service"-New York by O. H. 8. Co. / sh'tretf In the In I the above: property entitled soiiKht unit:: :I 'to be bartltloned standing name: 'of said on the Wlllliim:books; : H.of H. I fJlesson I :'and In laid the at Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J.. T. K. W. fly Lumber delivered to any

whatever Wlierimn, tho attorney. tor the complainant t.dl.ln. Orahum chllllnirwortli/: Company, part of the East Coast, Address: II. A. HODGES: Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
stock or ", I could get. I have The Ocean Steamship Co. (:Savannah: huts" stated In an affidavit' duly algid, his belief bv virtue of the power upon It conferred bv sad
elsewhere' related my experience on ono that eueh ot the almvenamed, ,ilrfeiulunt are ntterof h'Otl..a"o".1II| execute to the purhaser -- -
Line) hall Increased their sailings to rtmldunt* ot other status or Countries than the' .an assignment of sold rertlmate.ROHIMVS .
of these expeditions, and must here confine five ships each weak from Savannah to State. of Floridsapecifyingasmrtleulsrl9:: I : :; as :Is GRAHAM ('HII.LINOWOR'flt ESTABLISHED 1880.
Known to hint their! retentive plates or real COMPANY. l,v GR51.< M.
myself to saying that scarcely ever New York, and sailing days are Mondays, "e..ce,1. that the natural. ,purnonxRlHive na.meil Roil IIINS, l-irstdent..
exposed samples, of goods at farm are', In hli lustier awls. of them over the age of :
my any Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and twenty-one year Bond Lutn bar Co.

without attempts being made to purloin Saturdays of each week. In Apill there Now therefore,,you are each of you as well .as Public Sale. ,
ilel'enilnnu
the linkn.iwn
reiiilred| to appear to
articles that could be readily concealed. will bo :21 ,sailings\ to New York In :24! the hill at. oomplnint. uf Andrew J. 1'erry a* Manufacturers
All took In this old Reiwlver,"e..u.Ul lesmn llroth .r.and C'OIll\N"'Y. of and Dealers in
part and young | ANT BY VIRTUE OF A LETTER
days. PaHsongeis tlcktts '
: can purchase a ( .)rlaratlalatal.Cleat. hi this C Court to effect UNDKrt <-..tlon dated Ile1'emlwr24,1se7. .
male and female, and constant watch from any Railroad ticket agent and the a partition ot some thirteen thoiiaiinilitirns signed"! hv W. H. H. Hlenson, and duly em- LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING
of lund In Tnwnnlilp" :'a south, r..nl36 rinse me in the premises I will veil at 'cubIn ,
had to bo kept. I once detected a low ,
young trip Is very delightfully broken by the 51,1151 east In Brevard county, Florida, and to auction, In front of the:: Court House door, at ,
girl the daughter of a Boer who wits enter your appearance In Sad oanso at thelierk'.Omre I Florida" the
TltusTille on
short rail ride and :
two days by sna' on of Mouldings Turning and Scroll
this court I In Tltusvllle I Klor Sawing; Also Veneered and :Sawed Orangeand
then, and long afterwards, a prominent one of the palatial steamships of this ids the, upon ilpfeiulunts the I Uth William day April! MuCalia, A. !>., and ImKl.William except; FIRST MONDAY IN: MAY A. D 1900, Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.Saw .

member of tlio Free State Volksraud, line. From New York to Savannah H Taylor, uf .ro..ntCl..naltt. and the unknown during the l legal hours of sate, to the highest and Planing and Mills
defendants, who are earl required loonier e..t' idderfor cash oertlno to Number Bi, for Shingle at Bonds Wills, on J., T, & K. W. R'y. Yards at
trying to secrete a case of watohos under there will be six sailings each week: or >....ran lie 111 aisle (_I..rk'_ I irili'A|itn the 7th. day ap.i i\f_. three shares ot the capital stock of the tant: DeLand and Titusvllle.
her apron. No shame Is evinced on detection a sailing week day. )1".Al; I U. -1WH). n nnn nn m 'oast Really Company, a corporation under the -
every It Is further directed that this or'er lie pub- aws of Florida, said, stock being I fully paid and l .
; the matter Is treated as a good The Florida office, :221!: W. Bay St., 11.1.,1 l with as little delay'' as may he In the or the par value of(IIXI per share and will make. FOR
subject laughter. In purchasing: lior- MIIAN ItiveaAovta'An., 'milillshod I at lltusvllle to theenrrhsartbrreot sn'ssignuientorsald' $ 3.2O.
--- Florida. : once M week for four entice ;tittvewoi'kH ertini'ate In accorilaitca\ with power_ conferred .
SON and cattle the greatest care had to as tfi. the defendants whose resldnniesare on me by snld letter.
lie exercised. No London herein stated to lie.within the United States. j MARIA E. STE:WART. Sent to list by Express, postoffloc order or New York Exchange we will
horse-coper' ,
and once a week for eight .ons .<>ntlva weeks as send
by Express CHARGES
could compete with the average Doer In to the defendants resident In Canada and the --- you PREPAID,
unknown defendanta Notice.
the art of prosing off brokenwindedhorses It Is further directed. that the clerk of this FOUR FULL QUARTS
.,. Court, within days from the ni.iklnK ot
twenty
cr sand-cracked trex Is hereby fclven that on the 21st day
oxen an his order, do I Post a hereof at the (nnrt NOTICE
copy ..
: A. I) IONS) or aa soon thereafter I
:
sound Animals. Dishonesty extends louse door of Hrevard County, and time heannul can be heard, 1 will apply to bis Honor D L.anldon. Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old .
by mall a copy hereof to each. of the de,
Jmlne of Itrevsrd! for
further still than to matters of this kind. t fendants. whose residence Is given In the County County
A Boer, whose name Is well-known to altilavtt upon which this order Is liooed.lme a or final my distribution settlement of mv the accounts assets ot and the Estate approval; ofB. Calhoun Pure
and ordered at the Clerk's Offliie at I. C. Saul deceased and for discharge Rye Whiskey
mv
the world, many years ago, when acting UAL? Ji { TltiKvlllo P., li>oo. Florida, this 7th day,, of March A. from the administratorship' W.I.of said ALLItX estate.,

as president of a land commission for
A. A. STEWART rLAI
apportioning nut farms In the Leyden- [KKAL.] Clerk Circuit Court. Krevard ("0. Flit,, Sept..8th, IfKtt.'ubblim Adml"l.trator.J..n..n. mentor) 1'h..n you get It and testEit'if It Isrnail satutactor',oantenta. return(whIch It .t OUIt..III EX1'ENSEranl'
:
1 mar7upl tI, 0 A. STBWABT, It. C. your.3.20 will be.
cheerfully
A Graham Att'ya for Administrate rrfundcrl Thla
Whiskey la all gond ..an.1S 00 In .
berg district "did" gouda tile market.l
out of at han"
my partner seen UICIIIt;
dntng DKLIVERY than dl.tan ..
--- ---------- thin ritrv sn.tyat th 'Ve have
--- -
------- "n.tne..ln
s ---- ---- ,
.. ."" e stand for aapuas
30,000 acres of laud by as barefaced a l'USI.4IIIlI.lTV ASIJ over U YEARS to our RES-
the editor of this RFPUTA'f1UY:: for Jiouest dealing, we refer you to any merchant beret or W
piece of knavery as could well be con T. D. GIBBENS l'a1"r.
Look out I" cried the
captain as the ,
ceived.-George Lacey, In the North canal-bout SOLOMON & LEVI,
WIJ J pnaniug under a low bridge.
American Review. A Frenchman immediately put his head 1028 & 1930 First Avenue,

out of the cabin window to look, and gota HAY GRAIN FLOUR GRITS MEAL BRAN COTTON SEEDMeal P. O. Box No. :3.1. BIRMINGHAM, ALA.

It.......... n.t.r.. severe blow. Rubbing his head rue _
A fish denier Is thus quoted In thel'hiludelphia fully, he cried: Why do these Yankees PANy.n MVrICEt-R'epayExpress but to pointson lines Charges ot tl l-an points' |*<1 by 'SOCTRERNEXPRESS COM-
call look out when they mean look in T" Southern Express other Express; Companies. we prepay 07 to points .
Record: "I hud, my first Look out for your health n"an.look in. Middlings, etc. etc. Company transfers to said other Express Comp.ny. wy.flt7. e

taste of ii Vezo oyster yesterday. It For the secret of health is within ,

was 13 Inches long, und three of us sat Germs are in the sir breathe you. CE3:: : .e. S.
you and in Depository for Cumberland Mills Flour Grits and Meal. :s J-C- I az C
down to It. The carver asked we what the water you drink but if your blood .

pnrt I pwfVrivd. xs tlioiich It had been is pure and your stomach sound the ale W. tiny 5t.. JACKSONVILLE. .. FLA.

a bpvfutiNik. We "'ft when we werethrough germ can find no permanent lodgement. Agent for the Celebrated CANOPY patent. Hour. "

cuoiiirli to make a hash 1 To keep the blood and stomach in

guess. $ouuiMitvrn' emu Is Import sound health or to re-establish them in a Get my Pi Ice List. To Dealers only.

Inth.'III' oysters to l.ivcil on the PnclUc healthy condition when they are diseased

(cons. where they cull nn oyster [Pierce', no Golden medicine Medical is so effective Umcovery.! as Dr.It 1=. ID. G-1-B.B.Ba.TS:: : ,

its bin nil your llmmbnall a Saddle the
purifies blood cleanses the
l: K-k. they linvp such smull OU"II"' 'rlJ. waste and poisonous substances< increases. Office and Warehouses near the ViadiutJACKSONVILLE

The Peens arc from .II IIIII. and ... Is the activity of the blood-muting glands, FLORIDA

hoped that they'll) liiervnm" the, size of and invigorates the stomach and other ((( '

the dwarf I'nclllc. ones. A \eo has a organs of digestion and nutrition.

good taste excellent taste, but-..ex- I can anv hone..tlv and candidly that Dr. .ESTABLISHED 1876.Wm..A. (
PlrrceGolden MnlUat nincovrry I. the grandest S
CUSP in*: This I I. -
oyster as thick meUiciiic ever
roniuuumlcO for
through as n roust of l>"-ef. Do yon hl..,>d." wrilu. :Vim; Aunt Wells,.or imrilvi.iit Frrkuiuoa the'. : :: .. ZBOTTZESS cSc. CO. ]
Whsr Isle' of Wi1hl Co. V". .ulf..ed, ter.rhtvwith
like thnt ht.n'Vbl'n
you cut Into It i rheumnbsln.andpimple.an thi.kln.
with your knife, a pint or so of Juke aiul. welling:: In mv knees and fret 'o that { GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS. II 1
cuiilil not: walk I about
spent twenty dollars _
runs out II I Is so big that run ,
: yon seeIts "v.nlf ,!<>ctunt' bill. hut rrcrived no benrbt. A -
veins and arteries and If you arc rear or two ago I sledded to try Dr. Pierce's 11 ,I I
0 East Street JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.We
lioldrn :Medical UiKovrry and 'Favorite J'1'e. Bay I 1
rating It raw you may see It quiver acri|>tton,* and am entirety cured. ,

perhaps with! pnln. when you put your The People's Common Sense Medical handle only the beat and moat reliable Seed. A complete stock of Hay I I

fork Into It. m. say they have beard Adviser 1008 pages, free. Send 2 i one- Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal Cotton Seed Meal, both bright anti

It moan. I don't think It will ever be- cent stamps for the paper-covered edition dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Alleo Fertilizer Co.

or for the Btar Brand FertlUMn--OaaranUMd Analysis. Oranc tree and YeftttaMe Fcrtlllaer.Pore
come popular In Philadelphia. ji stamp" cloth bound to Dr. Orotund
R. V. Pierce; Buffalo ......., Mint Soda MurlaMot rotach. Sulphate rntaxa, Kalntt. et'". Theeo- terulia.rs have DO Four Full
N. Y. superior la Uw market,and a trial will oo.vt_ Send for Catafofa. tn*. Quarts Delivered for $4.20.

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Professional Cards. CALL FOR THE DEMOCRATIC

='- -GRAHAM KIDNEY DISEASESare STATE CONVENTION. KSTA1IMSHKD 1870.

GSOaoB.. BOBBINS. W Hap
BOBBINS A GRAHAM, 11Jf

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, the most fatal of all dis- "Call to for be a held State at Democratic Jacksonville convention Fl*.-, N! Lane & Son

eases. Tuesday June 10 li'OO.' ,
a
OFFICE HOURS:From 10 to 12 a. m.,,
and 2to4p.in. "The Democratic party of the State of VV

TrrusviLUc, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. OLE Y'S KIDNEY CURE (is i Florida will hold a State convention at \ 1 06JJCn 2VJ: :! WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YOU! 1C. ,

p. o. BOX, 10$. Guaranteed Remedyor Jacksonville: ou TuesdayJuno 10, at 13
Will practice In all the courts-stale and fed .
noon, for the following purposes: who havo been rellovod Southern
Fruit and ProducePINKAPPLKS
"special: titles.facilities for examining and perfect. money refunded. Contains "To choose delegates to represent the

land remedies recognized by eminent State in the national Democratic convention painful menstruation by

to be held at Kansas City Mo. Lydia E PInMiani's Vogo-
L. GAULDEN, physicians the best for on
as
D : :: : :: :: .itioiori
Kidney and Bladder troubles. July 1,1900) ; to nominate candidates for tablo Compound, aro constantly : Morchoritc.: :
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, the ofllccs of Governor, one Justice of
PRICE 5O and $1.00. writing gratoful PINEAPPLES: A SPFCIALTY.: Stencils, Cauls, and our quotations furnished on
Will practice In all the Courts of) the State the Supreme Court, a Secretary of State,

ol 1.0 Florida Box. and, 233.TITUSVILLE.the United States Courts., FLA. 11. II. WILSOX .V; SOX. Attorney-General, Comptroller, Treasur- loiters to Mrs. Pin kham.I % applicaliun.pLANT .

SupeilutenJent of Public Instruction, "
Money to Loan. --"
IS THE BITER BITTEN. Commissioner Agriculture, a Ruth. iroad I I Lydia f:. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound I r

GO:DSMITU, -- CommlKsloncrfor the tel'l11'of four years,
M. A Trick That Dltln't "'nrk Oat .lo.ta.
four Presidential! Electors and four alternates gYSTEM.
\\ n. 11.1'.1. cured thorn It
always
There three : to bo voted for at the next regular -
.o\T..)HNEY-A'r.LA W won or theta, and as'
relieves
they eutoied the lit rwan "tiiiloou on the State election, and to transact such! painful periods

TlTUSVILLK FLORIDA. corner the tall youu; umu. who wore other business ns may como before the and no woman who suf- Tlio Trunk Lino from Florida!< to all points NORTH, EAST:: SOUTH and WEST.

rnzzle dazzle cloflies. and posed. as convention.\ fors should bo without Thieo through Sleeping Car I.lnos to Kant via. Charleston and Atlantic Coast Line

WEBB "fast. rem.irked! In an undertone to "The different counties In the State this Three through; Sleeping. / Car Lines to tho East via Savannah mid Southern Hallway
F.J. his companions tint he would "show will end delegates to the convention knowledge Two through Moepini Car Lines to tho West via Montgomery and I. ft N. H. It.
them sometuliiit/ good. upon Four through/ Sleeping,: Car Linos to the West via Josup! and, Southern Itallwny.'
all tho Ills of
A TTORNEY.A T.LA W, They lined up at the hnr. and the the following basis of representation: Nearly One through Sleeping,: Car Lino to tilt Went. vII MontKonuiry and M. &. Ohio It. It.

Will practice In tho Courts of the 7th tall young man ordered, three: & cent One delegate for each one bundled votes womon result front some Ono through :bleeping Cat Lino to thin West Havannah and. Southern Knllwny. j

Circuit. Taxes paid for nonresidentsand dl'lol.s.Vbt'u these, were disposed; of. cant for the candidate, on the State ticket derangement of tho I FORMING T1IR GREAT THKOUdll CAH LINE

rents and accounts collected. be lake down 10 cents on the bar at who received the highest number of votesat female Mrs. Tim Now York and. Jo'lcH'ltI81wclal and The New York anti! Jo'I"I'I,1r.lmlte.1., : *,

TITU8VILL:, FKORIDA.I which the Grunion" proprietor remarked general election of 1MK{ ((, and one additional organism. Solid vcHtlhnlo tinltiM, ntuam' boat, electric lighted; with obsorvntlon, compaitmont,
"Nelu; Ufdeen." The tall young vote for the fraction thereof, Plnkham's groat medicine dining aI1lIlIbl'nl'Y cars running solid between St, August: mu and Jersey Clt:
are opeintcd over the PlrmtSYRtNn./ For Information\ wilto
I D. PENNEY, man rc'poeketed the coin and thug addressed when It amounts to fifty or moio. The makes women ,

the Ueruiau! : committee has also allowed additional healthy this 'there Is H. C. McFadden Dlvlnloii lHHonKor ARont.

"I Just gave you 10 ceuti. didn't 1 n" where the. 138 West !Hay St.. Astor lllock, Jacksonville Kin.,
representation vote In.
A TTORNEY.A was
T-LA W, "\ ." lexpouded tilt' (joiumu"Uell. overwhelming proof, B. W. Wrenn l'assungur'I'rafio/ Maimner, bnvanuah, Oa.
creased at the election of 1(;\11S In any ,
TiTtisvir.LE:, FLORIDA. ueies Hi ir in a. Hint makes2O I
Don't If -- - -
for / Tho experiment
county State olllceis. counties
HO }uu o\\f lue IS. added the
Will practice In all the courts of the 7th onnn num. Hguiu depositing the dime tinder this rule will be entitled to representatlon you suffer got this modi"

Judicial Ciicult. ou the bur. as follows: ofno and got Mrs. Pinkham's If You Have Not

The UeiUiilu/ looked bewildered, but- Aluclina Loon 1I-I free advloo Hoe
TAMES ANDREWS placed the dime lu the motley' drawer, Brlltf\l'11.! . al(; Levy . <|"
and handed the tall young mini a half Haker . ,2Itievnrd Llbpl'ly. 1 address is Lynn, Mass.
A TTORSEY-4 TL.W. dollar with the request'. that tie deduct fi Manatee ::1 Found What You Want
Calhoun) . .
'i Madison
"i 7Citrus..H
Main office and P. 0., TJIJB.VLS, FLA. therefrom the 3 touts. due him. The !Martini 1\J IF THEY"WOULD.Great 1 s s

Office open at Ft. Pierce on fcnd and 4th tall young uuiu had Just the correct Clay . 4 Monroe 4" ,
of change, 43; routs left lu his pocket l1.a.af. Would Com, From For Home, Biipposo you take a trip down and look at our
Fridays each .
month. (II I Xassau/ . . .4!
Notary Public State: at Large. This be promptly handed to the tier- Dade: . . .4 Oionge ..K Vollowlnir Cuiui>v man and received the hair dollar. Then DoSoto. . .ti(I IPuval Osceola .3 Though not addicted to cast Iron
the three companions repaired to the .. ..., .22RNCitmbla I I pledges, the thought frequently coini'H East Coast t
STEPHEN E. FOSTER, street and Indulged lu u mighty laugh ... .11Fianklln Polk . ,8 to us that It would \bo a very good/
while! the tall young uuiu swelled up . 2St. Johns. ,7iadsden. thing for some ulne-tcuths of the |poultry -
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, like a prize tin'key ou parade. Kvery-< ( Putnam, . .11 keepers of A America for one year
Hamilton 4 Santa KoaaIleiiiamlo Mettle are Hocking In but still there Is
If
Rooms 420 and: 423 Gardner thing went lovely until they parted they would rigidly adhere to a resolution room you ore
Building, ? .2 Sumter' . .4.
company and the tall young mauhoarded to be guided' In everything pertaining looking this way, drop a line to
JACKSONVILLE!:, FLA. lllllsbnrotncknon .211)/:oI\lwllnnee .K
a cur for Ills home lu the ilolmes . :H Tavlor . .2: to their poultry by competent JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3nl Vice.l're.ident
SAMUEL T. KAYLOH, OOHUOX U. linooiiK.CIIAYLOR suburbs. Imagine his feelings! when . 0 VoluslaWnknIU; . .K authority., Saying/ this we do not forget ,
the conductor tiundcd, him hack the .'lelferson . ,14 : . .>A> I that authorities are at odds on FLORIDA EAST COAST IVY,
&; BROOME, 60 c'nts'hl'b be tendered In response Lnfnayctte,, .a I Walton ,4 name points. (As authorities are plain
to the renueHt for fnre with Lake . . 7 Washington :J J J1.l'e talllble men and women !It would bo ST. AUOTJSTINE. FL.A.

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. the luforiiintlnn that the piece way -2 passing strange It they were not.) Ho

Will practice in all the Courts of the "bad." It wens all the mouey he had "The counties will select their dele- far us the purpose of adherence to thin. THE AD>yOCATE PRINTING HOUSE.Fine

State. Office in Law Exchange. and he could not ncrsiinde/ the con !gates In'nny' mnnner which may be considered resolution goos. It would nuke no difference .

JACKSONVILLE, -. FLA. durtor to trust him: HO he' was ejected best by tlio peoplo acting through If lu following his chosen authority -
at the i-nt( corner, nud had to walk the the poultry keeper made some
party organizations as recognized by
the: remaining U\e miles to Lila bOI11e... minor mistakes.Vhat he would. avoid -.f--I
tho littt Slate convention. All Democrat
GEORGE W. ALLEN, Chicago .1.Iou'uul.Canllaewcr I. which Is of far greater Importance, IK. r
are Invited to participate In the selection
the costly blunders which beginners k5I
ATTO RNE Y-AT-L A W, With ('........ IIf delegates thereto, Including thane who make through dlrcgnrd uf advice on

KEY WEST, FLOBIDA. Trim tilT tli. outer, leiivee. / Stud soak. have become qnalllled to vote since the points upon| which uuthorltles are vlitualiy '-

bend downward. In milted water. PlaceIn 11.t: eleNtllln.I greed. J
Will practice in tho United States
and State Courts. 9jun05): a saucepan. head/ up. cover with I "The chairman and secretary of each To Illustrate: la there any difference
boiling Halted.. water/ and I hoi I gently county convention held fur the purpose of opinion among tlioHt1 whom opinions

but steadily until tender when tented IIf tho are entitled to consideration as to the
electing delegates to
State
convention -
J O. FRIES, C. E. with a fork, then drain Break on* the advisability of doitoilng/ sick fowls. ? -
are requested to Mend to lion. W. A.
a UraneheH. /and put lu lajterx' In a linking/ We sny doctoring sick fowls-I. n., giving
COUNTY SURVEYOR.: Iltwla" I chairman Tallahassee FU.
a
dish with sail 1 ,pepper. and grated eon li11uous treatment calling for a
Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. Swiss. or Atii ji'U-un ilieewe Pour overall written or printed, copy of the proceed- great' deal' of time and n great 'many

Mapping neatly done. Estimates for about a pltn of w'llte' sauce, cover ngs of such county conventions, together drugs to fowls which hud brew neglected / Yrrr+r I r r ( '

all kinds of engineering; woika. Disputed with a thick I layer, of buttered breadCrumbs with a list of the names of the county until disease hud become established
lines a specialty. nud. .place. ; In a hot oven until executive committee In which should be or which had shown Unit they ',fat ':' T'' 44c

TITUSVILLR-- browned, Serve /ax. II course with salt Hlgnttcd the chairman and secretary of lacked recuperntUe power\ and could
Bravard Co. .
FLOKIDA.TVT \'ur"l's.-'I'nl'" Talk such committee, not throw oil mild disorders when given

", ,,,,..".'n. "h....,.. ........or". "W. A. HAW!.'.", Chairman: the proper Htui|>le' remetlles when tr
Ulsordeis list iiianlfente l .
( thcmselVL's.As
S. BURNIIAM, M. D. The heel. time to /aidvest' tIs.. IK. when It "J. C. COOPKU Secretary"
far us we know there fire not I two
In qualllled opinions about the foolishnessof
.SURGEON and SPECIALIST, business. ventine) Sluce the enjoymentof Dangers of the Grip. doctoilng. Those who knowing better
i profit, Is. I the permanent object of
Ear. Nose and Thl'oat.WEST financial Investment. It follows that advertising The greatest danger from La Grippes continue to |physic sick fowls, will
of its resulting In pneumonia. If reasonable admit thin they are Inlluf'IH'I"llIIort! by
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Is All successful

always
PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. necennary care Is used, however, and CluimbeiUln's sentiment than by aeuse. nml they do
found this
iiieichimtB to
lime Cough Remedy taken, all dan- not nd\lne others to follow their ex ..
b" true.-Philadelphia! Rpoord. ger will be avoided. Among the tens of ample.

"1T\H. HOUGIITOX'SFLOATING Catarrh Cannot He Cured for thousands]In who have have used to this learn remedy of Anoth..rloilit\ upon which opinions
grippe, wo yet a Job Work Executed
do not dlfler In this: It In betterto Quickly
DENTAL APARTMENTSon single case having resulted In
With local applicatlmi, as they cannot: pneu. breed from the bent specimens. by
mania, which dhows conclusively that
reach the .Rent 01 the disease". Catarrh in
the (Denton) blood or constitutional disease\ and In this remedy Is a certain pieventatlve of whatever standard quality| Is iJctermlned -
a hut dangerous i IHHUSO. It will cure la thiin fiom the best. and some Inferior -
Now AT .PAr. I I3EACIr. older remedies.to euro!Hill's" It you Cttarih must!! Guru take Is Internal takeniiteimUlv grippe In less time than any other treatntnr. ones and/ that It ,doe. not pay for a f.

and nets dhectlv ,.., the blood I It Is pleasant and safe to take \Breeder with a purpose{ to plod along
The Largest and Most Complete and mucous .suiface. Hill's Citanh For sale by all druggists and medicine two or three years tieiiiuci iiioso and

Establishment South. Cure U not a quack medicine.\ It was dealers( mated by n similar purpose ""radlnUI /( sit E f
prescribed by one of the best physicians, )" inferior, Mtock. The. man who duel

GEO. S, HACKER & SON in this country for yearn, and In. a regular/ III. "I... of It. this Is on thi wrong truck.
H l composed! of the bent
prescilptlon. And as a last Illustration, we have
bust "No. surx! In/lined CaRllld,. "Ir.n .
combined wish the ,
onic-t( known
never heard of a poultry keeper of r
yet
blood purifier, acting' directly fin the slay jiSt t' lit* a millionaire. ( tr
mucous sui faces. The perfect combination "In It just crazy talk ye're mnkla?" 12 months' experience who would not k. u 1 1t
of the two Ingredients! is what asked Mnlllcnu iecldcdly advise against !beginning.

produces such wonderful results In cur- "No. ..ininline it. Hbure. If ye're a poultry business, building douses. etc.. t
tog catrtrih. /Send for testlnoldals. fiee. mlllloninrf; tin don't give all Il'r money In the lute fall or early winter: yet thin

1'. J. ( :IIE'f1oY' ; Co, proim, Toledo, O. away they call yt a stblugy: ould thafe, year numerous cases have come to notice -
I WM Sold by druggists price 7 ic. an ir ye do they'll say ye> had t' do itt' of person about to engage In poultry -

Hall's Family Tills are the best. square yerser wits the Lord. No. sur'; keeping making desperate elTortM
-- --- I'd not bt n inlllloniilre fur a thousao' from a start made after Nov. 1 to get

1vwr. Please write us whenever you fall to .lollllrll-I'lrIlHII..llJbla! Press.. things In running order before winter i

receive the ADVOCATE. Inltoandrd closed In. Home of these person could
... .. .. Wraith.
The* London cnpltalist was seated at hardly be expected to know better' 1 Iw- I

lit desk'wlth A number of mechanical tort' tiring told; others certainly did -.

drawings and sheets of paper covered know better but thought they would
MANUFACTURERS OF take the clmncen. Not one could IK
with Inures( before lilm.
The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one Inmate,
Doors Sash Blinds "Planning: another railway?" asked pt'rBull.lpll l that It would be ht-tter to
the visitor. wait until next season[ start early rand seventy years of age, who has been In the Infirmary for three years,

Moulding & Building Material "No. Hallways seem rattier small to start Illustration rlKht.Ho might be multiplied a great sufferer from Indigestion, and has been taking Rlpnns Tab-

me. I've beu reading about the movements ndeflnltely These are enough.'t> ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he is :
Office of the In South
& Warerooms King, opposite army Africa. I
Cannon Street.Charleston What I I'd like to have more tlnyi any urge poultry keeper who know what never without them. He is willing that his name should be used inI
thing else it. line they ought to do to try doing It' for 1Il'ar \
a ferryboat tie
across a testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other personto
S. C. Tugela: river."-Washington Star. and those who don't know to lx
r'ayi aI guided; by those who do for the same try them. A second old gentleman, in the same institution, !

,. f. length of time. If they will do this for of has had liver trouble for and '
Sash Weights Cord and 7 Grippe fhlc'C<<'HHfulJ Treated. eighty-four years age, many years
t one year there I III little danger tit their
,
'-I have finds that R-I'P'A'N'S help him much. They also have two
just recovered) from the second lapsing from the wise course after very ,

Hardware. .attack...... A.of Jones la grippe, publisher this :year of ,the" says Leader Mr., ward.-Farm 1'0ultrl.Con".m. nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer I

Window Mexla. Texas. "Jothe latter case I from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nervousness. r
and Fancy Glass! used. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and Arttntfml ... I
I think with II. They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they
A SPECIALTY. considerable success, only "/ do not believe In artificial heat UDder -
being In bed a. little over two days, always have a package in their pockets. The matron also state
any circumstances."says\ t: O. Uoeii-
1 against he second ten attack des 1 for am the satisfied former attack.would! ale In Country Gentleman. "A dock that she I N forty-five"years of age and at times suffers with indigestion -

1 Marriage Paper. Pu5.hVTTKMIMUIlU ? have been equally as bad l as the first but kept: In a house without heat will causing pain and paroxysms of belching, and finds that the

."f;! Of WlTCrtlMm..,..,... .0 ...- but for the use of this remedy, as I had thrive better and remain decidedly
from W..I.llp lotnoluatlon For catalogue and price addreiwB.W.JEROME Tabules are good indeed and is perfectly willing to have her
a.J. its formal and f.rw.n.1. lee won to go to bed la about six hours after lealtbler. My mortality for several very
11<1. few to iwim. ..mpl."pplO being 'struck with It while la the first, the coldest weather has used in testimonial.
,;,_.... <\:::. *OCI L AM Ell IC A III.'.Iedo.l Chic.Lrcat years during; name a
Rock ledge, Flsu, Agt., for Bre..ard Co.I I case I was able to attend to business been so slight a* not to bet remembered ..&__.. -_... ---&-- _.- -....
about two before ...... ___ __
B' BAMPLFMeoI days getting down. and the result lnsegg production _.. "'t"- ---:2C
M ii.
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Dotlol for _
Ie muauerentX.. Agent For sale all --- -- -
1. w".....m_ im U_ ..* w.!....... by druggists and medicine has been up to my best expectation" MU4 W am Mv vAw -* ..lie -HVMM vw Hfc M vw M..AW r_ "::1t
Coast for the Globe GM dealeR. .. ::
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.. JOOHItAb D..VOT"D TO TB. D"V tOPMCXT There are few sacred days that

Of TUB INDIA HIVBK, LAKB. possess the charm and joyousness TITTJSVILLE, FLA.YOU .
WORTH AND BIKOAVMB BAY IBOTIUHI.PU11LIS1IKD
. of Easter. Instinctively the world ROYAL
recognizes in the day the commemoration .
EVERY FRIDAY of wonderfulevent 'would do well If you have property to sell and want It advertised in this
some paper, free of cost to you, and put In the hands of live men, to write at once to
OJIARLSI H. WALTON Editor &: Proprietor, some epoch in the history of this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public.
mankind that inaugurated a moral B3f: Many sales will probably be made this winter by thin Agency. Why not
niHcnntlmmnc of ailvti. mint be made per- -revolution, and lifted the old world
onully at thin office or by wrltlnK-( out of its ancient ruts into a newer yours.PINEAPPLE LANDS near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10.00. .
and highway of social and Baking Powder OKANOE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $:!.OO to *20.liO: / per acre.
Check,etc.,may be made payable t<.CHABLKHH. grander Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of Eau
WALTON,,piibllnlier and' proprietor religious progress.: The true scholar Gallic; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables.,: Price. $1,000.
-be he Christian; or Infidel-Is OKANGE GROVE, 14 acres, W> miles south of Tltusvllle. Will pay $1,000 this
Addre all eommuntoatlons to aware that the historical events year and $ .ouO next. Price, $7,000.
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, that birth to Easter i HAMMOCK LANDS near Tltusville, from $5 to $25: per acre.
TrrVNVILLK:, FLORIDA.V. gave Sunday The most efficient and ODe hundred and sixty acres lake front, 2} miles west ,of Tltusville, good< for
really occurred ; but whether attended strongest purest
pineapples vegetables and oranges. Price, $:;liO.on.
) by supernatural power or wholesome of Not lowestin
leavening agents. --------
H. l>e|>iirtniciit of Agriculture the agency of man, is the only

Weather Hurenii-tJii lter, Fla. question of debate. In this articleit the economical
is not our intention to enter into price yet most ; indispensable Jas. :B. :Bours,

Tho following i. a and comparative rainfall for slate.the any threadbare discussion as to to all who appreciate the best and most
ment of temperature ,
week ending Tuesday, April 10, IIOO.IUIll1 >. ,I the merits of the question at Issue, healthful I-ILty, Grin: : ::P-Weec:1: ,. :Flour,
. -18110- but to point to our glorious Easter food. ,
:DATE. MAX. Mil. MAX MINT. occasion as a period of inspirationand QUITS, MEAL AND COTTON SEED MEAL. NEW GARDEN
4 78 iO Mt 11:1: delight. Our country is enjoying prosperity almost
5 71 04 73: 0:1: SEED ARRIVING FRESH ALL TIlE TIME.
It 71 01 73: ((17 Easter; was intended to incite unsurpassed in its history.For .
7 77 /65 70 (fill i Joy, not sorrow, and he who wearsa Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds! of Insects;' Harmless to man or

8 80 65: 72 il: long face or portrays a bitter, every one there is money enough to beast. Agent: for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotations.
1 D 82 (14 GO){ 61 acrimonious spirit must necessarily -
10 80 (1111 li lIS< 4(1( Lowest cash prices.
Total, rainfall for the week: .00. feel out of harmony with his buy that to eat which is pure sound good
Departure from normal rainfall for the surroundings.! The ringing bells, Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

week: minus .,1\1\> Inches. Departure bright Mowers, glad songs and pulpit wholesome. __ _n_ n __ __ n' ___ .n ____oon _.__.__. .._____._
from normal rainfall since January. 1, ministrations, everywhere pre
plus C.02 Inches. valent, should cause the hermit to Why; should we use cheap impure un- CHAS. N. WELSHANS
HAL, P. HAKDIN, Observer. ,
abandon his asceticism and the
healthful articles of food ? There is no
cynic to laugh with unaccustomed
.
TUB!: traditional Easter! rabbit guyety., in them the health
they endanger
economy ; CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
vari- have word of
will soon be laying eggs of Let every one a ,
gated colors to the Intense delight cheer for his neighbor and a hearty they may cost ]life. There are reported'
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of the Juvenile faction. Evidentlythese <: hand-shake for the depressed Agent: for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains
rabbit. must feel the strain These' days of gladness do not come almost daily cases of sickness caused by eat- ,

mands made them. too often. They serve to us Write '
of the d' upon get W for Samples and Pi ices.
out of the old ways of selfishness ing cake, puddings or biscuit made with the

and complaining Into the better Old 'Phone 8. )jut 218 E Bay Street
Two hundred dollars will be paid cheap alum baking powders.In .
for the capture of Tom Hammond, way of liberality and InspIred JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

the alleged murdererof the Roberts hopefulness. Let the joyous day all articles for food buy and use only .
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family. Hammond made his escape come Let the chorus bells ringit

from jail a few days ago, and in with echoing chimes Let the best. The good health of the family is

since then no truce of him con be the choirs, a million strong, sing it McMurray & Baker
of' first consideration.
found. as doubtless the angels sung when ,

death's Immortal conquerer once

TUB this again ascended to the throne Let 220 and 2212 East Hay St. Mohawk;;: Block. Jacksonville, Fla.
groves throughout sec- the Ho were,,gathered from at thousand Alum is used in many baking powders because it makes
tlon of the country are looking vales be in festooned them cheap. It costs less than two cents a pound. .'tr4 = headquarters foi-
hung >
unusually fine and are so heavily Alum is corrosive poison. Think of feeding it to children
beauty along the walls of every I Yet the manufacturers of well-known alum
fruited as to excite much (comment Material Vehicles Harness
Two more winters like the one just sacred temple 1 Let all the world!( powders are actually denying that their goods contain it. Wagon Bicycles,
with in
join nature celebrating an
passed will Florida squarelyon
put event that has transformed the and Sundries."KELLY" .
her feet again.
nations and BAKING POWDER CO., WILLIAM NEW
emancipated every MOVAL 100 ST. YORK.
_____.n__ SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on wheelsat
human being that has come! Into -- -- --- -- -- -- -- ------ -- --- ---------- you
No, my friend, your conclusionsare the world I With one accord and A lkr..n.nt for the Clmrrti. A l)$lly Train short notice.

wrong. Because your neighbor with one voice we shout : "All hull! -
has taken the other side of the to Easter; Day I" St. Gabriel's Epll4ct>pal Church: Titimvllle Is now running between 7'itnsville and --- -.
question Is no evidence that he is a Is In luck, for 1Ir.'Vm.' 'Sl t.IIDO. Jurk-ionvtlle. It 1 leaves here for the me-
rascal. Perhaps, if he believed /Smith, of Tioy, N. Y., hall made her a tlol",1I8| and Intel mediate places at 5:30a. HAMMOND PACKING CO.
present of the line residence formerly in., a"lll"tU"8 to Titiisvllle the same
THE NAVAL BILL. (Formerly The) G. II. Hammond
with there would be two ras. Co.)
you, owned by Mr. S. II. Knv, which Is now rI\y"t 0:30:: o'clock p. tn. This la a very
tale, where now there is only one. occupied by Mr. \V. N. Hfndry and fllml. convenient train for those who merely; OUR SPECIALTIES :
The United States is now thor- ly. 1'hls residence has cost 111 r. Slone- want to spend 1& few hours In Jacksoti
Jacksonville oughly alive as to her about. $ ,flflO villa "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
A Fla. supremacyon
NEGRO near ..
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killed his wife the other day bo- the seas, as the recent naval! meats.

caused\ she refused to give him a bill would Indicate.. The bill pro. "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.

dollar. Is the dollar to be put vides for two battleships, three $10 "Calumet" leaf lard. '

above the woman also? Politicianstell armored cruisers ; also armor plate Homemade lard.
us that it has been put above for such ships as the Maine class "Peerless" pure

the' man, but WI' had not heard of aa are now urgently In need of compound lard sausages
the other instance. armor. Sixty-one million dollars For Your Newo iuid all 1 Tacking HouSe Products Florida Bianch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

will be the
necessary to carry out
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provisions of the bill, but no patriotic n.
TilE ability or capacity to be
American will feel otherwise WILLIAM SANITARY
aroused to Intense zeal Is a factor CLARKE
than gratified,) to see this, or even Suit. PLUMBER.
which must count very largely iq Spring *.
estimating a man's forcefulness' larger sums, expended for such .
The jnsiprio character that does purposes. Secretary; Whitney Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Hoofing, Sheet

not feel deeply on any subject will did not begin too soon the reconstruction Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs, Water Closets
of the
A hue
hardly leave its impress the navy. great and Wash Stands
upon and first raised Copper vessels of all kinds and
cry WitS at againsthim
world, either for good or bad descriptions re-tinned.
for spending the country'smoney
---- on battleships, but that feeling Our Suits at this price are

TUB: Kearsarge has been tested has materially changed since I 37 Forsyth St. Jacksonville
Florida.
and found to be all right In every the ,
Spanish-American war The Ready-Made but look and
particular Her design is some.
dignity of n country like ours
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what different from anything here. should be maintained, and In order
tofore adopted, and as the experiments fit like Merchant Tailored.
to create respect her prestige at
have been successful, there sea and In foreign countries must /s TILE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
will doubtless be a radical change be felt. .
in the the future construction of Another fact we point to with ALL THE N1<;WES'I' AND: BEST l<'.\1HUC AM) $

battleships.The pride ; the Unites States has not 1'ATTEHNS.: ABSOLUTELY ALL WOOL. v Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime Cement
'A' ,
turned out of her navy yards a Your safeguard for corrections Iit'lIln! the fact that they are made ....
latest despatches show that single inferior vessel. The workmanship # %
and designed mid bought direct from the largest and best manufacturers .
Lord Uoberts is pressing hunt has been of the best
1'retorla. One more big battle upon the driving machinery as very tine as, In the United States. Distinctive i ; out of t ordinary ; anllIIt'rtel.t Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick.....
fitting. It's the real satisfaction that counts In wearingour
will settle matters with the Hoers could be constructed, and the armor "
for a long time to come. Having plate as impenetrable as any that clothing Offices foot of ITogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone :No. 202.J. .

thoroughly hngland tested, they will their not strengthwith recklessly ever, hit covered so many ship times in The the Brooklyn great- Our fine line of Shirts Underwear and Hosiery MUNXERLTX:: : General Manager

) rush into war again with that naval fight at Santiago, showed __nO ___ __ __ _._ _. ._ _______ ._____ _--
power. We admire the courage of g.-eat resistance to shot and shell ; Should be seen to be appreciated We have all complete.Have '

the Boers, but pity their judgment; while the Oregon, after her phe. ...0. L. KEENE...
nomenal trip of thirteen thousand you We have an

TExAs'" is experiencing great miles from San Francisco to Key Examined P RS GEES FI1R'f5, leg-ant Dress Goods
trouble as the result of the over West, led in the chase of the Colon. D Trimmings Millinery Notions
,
flow of her rivers. The electric The battleships provided for in Our line of / Line ofUMBRELLAS ,

power house fn Austin with its dam above-mentioned bill will exceed TRUNKS, ( ( Laces, Gloves, Umbrellas, Art Goods( Hosiery Corsets

that cost $1,750,000; has been completely in speed and armament* any
of the VALISES, TIES, Prompt attention paid to all orders.
washed away, leaving the ships tV'at were engaged at
city In total darkness. Many people Santiago. In ten years, at the and TEI/ESCOl'ESV and CRAVATS. This Is
of
the
have been drowned, and the present rate, America will be second Best 1 line ever shown In fact anything one oldest and. most reliable houses in Jacksonville. All the latest
country Hooded with water. The only to J England in the number and Patterns and biyle.

damages sustained throughout the strength of her navy. on Indian River that a Man needs 101 West' (Hay Street, corner of Laura, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

State must be enormous. Come anti examine from a Suit to
tii .
DEWEY'H! announcement that he them. - -
Shoe Itlacking.Our --- ----
WE notice that the lion A. E. is a candidate for the Presidencyon

Mostly, formerly of the House of the Democratic ticket will hard line of- WATCHES CLOCKS'l
Assembly, hall received a well-de ly be taken seriously lie |I. a ,
served promotion. lie has been master of the battle-ship, but Ladies' Misses and Children's Shoes is Complete

called to the Legislative Council whether he could guide the Ship of ''l Jewelry Diamonds

an honor which in the estimationof State with equal skill is considered And right too-complete to the letter, a:* to style, make and material. A ,

the people of Nassau is not to doubtful.PROGRten. Our Men's Shoes are up to date, manufacturers make, 'wear resisting and r9 Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Presents,

be lightly regarded. We congrat- comfortable to the fl'et.Eagle. ,. Waltham Watches, etc.
ulate Mr.\ Mosely\ and that' a
predict does not mean a mad 1 i

in this body he will exhibit the rush, with particular aim in view, Clothing Store F J FINE WATCH and JEWELRY BEPUEHC
same sterling qualities that have but the vigorous prosecution of

hitherto characterized ,his public hat which tends to private or pubic A SPECIALTY.

life in the Bahamas. advancement. Opposite the bank, Titusville. Spectacles and Ejegla se Charge paid ono'way. B. J. RILES,

225 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FU.



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If It were not the BEST does Stuart. COKIlKSrONllKNCK INVITK.I: STENCILS FURNISFIKIX

FERTILIZERS. '

anyone suppose E. Hobson, from-Mt. Gillead, Ohio, Is McCOMB & CO.

I spending some weeks with Mr. Popple- ,

ton. Use our Pineapple Brand if you want to meet

SU"I.VI1"TER..8" :: :: Wm. McFarland, who has spent the
I last three wiuteis with B. Kitching, with 000 "VV'nsh1.n.g'te: >D.. Sit. Now 'orlt: ::..
: I leaves next week for his home near Phil success.

adelphia. .Make: a Specialty: of...
Morris Johns has bought; acre frontIng -
I the river of Ernest Stypman. Mr. .
i Johns sees that lots will boat a premiumhere GUARANTEE ANALYSIS:

: 4X. before long Ammonia...... .... .. .... ........ ...... ... ... .. .. ......... ..... ..........,. 4 to R |>(.r rent'
Available Plionphorlo Aclu.. .......... .............,........ ... .. .. .. ... ..... .... 6, to t per cent" .BEANS.
Mr. Frozler has made a success with Potash. KI: 0........ ..... ..... ..... .. ............... ,.... .. ...... .. ..... ............ 6, to 0 percent*

i several varieties of vegetables this season Price- $30.00 PER TON, F. 0. B. JACKSONVILLE 1R
and now hits tine fields of cabbages and

I tomatoes; coming; on, for later market. ,

Ij Raising vegetables pays here, as every. Favor ns with a part of :your shipments,
w here.
j WOULD BRiNG ANY BETTER

1 Messrs. Dyer and Guller have built a Largest dealers in fcrtili/ing material in We won't ask you to continue If others beat us.
fine
) PRICE THAN OTHERCe0rgiana. packing house, which they will need
for their heavy crop from five acres under
1 shed; and several outside. These

!gentlemen know how to raise; pineapples the State. .
J3-U E ::H.
and me preparing: to extend their sheds. Photo Supply Co.

A third son has come to bless the homeof .-- ..

Mr. and Mrs. Steuben, and has
been duly christened after Mr. De Stu- All COrrespcmcloneo' olieerfullv answered
ben's grandfather, Baron Do btuben, viz: ...yV (*..(!u I M :3Ziii] ,""4, ( mint Tvxxlulc: : Co.

Frederick;; William Augustus. At present
he Is little Fritz and Write for Pamphlet. Tho only house In Florida. devoting Its time to the
Mrs. Chambers was a pleasant caller a bright, pretty >C2T Special

at MTH A. L. Bra ner's, Wednesday after little fellow* is he. May he emulate the I KODAKS.{ ) }{ AMATEUR.
noon. virtues o the great Baron.

Gra.ndmlMllnsou and granddaughter,: :Mr.! Hersev, of Lexington, Mass.\ ; Mr. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. OUU SPECIALTY-Developing and Printing.

Perkins, uf Broxton, Mass. ; and Messrs. ,
Ruth Allen few
Miss are spending days
Sullivan and of New York Give us a trial: No trouble to answer questions,
Remsen
at the beach this week. =
spent a few days with Mr.( Kltching on aokson..'ri11o., Florida. 51 King Street ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.ee.1'lle .
Mr. Peek made a business trip to Mel. their way home from Cuba. They, also,
bourne, last week, In his nice, trim little are victims of the El Gloria swindle. ----- - -

launch. She Is a daisy They say Cuba has a fine future before ]
Miami.Miss Ideal Tonic iltel'taincr.The
Melbourne. ...
Miss Elizabeth Symmonds spending her If she can be free to develope her resources -

a few days In Titusville, this week, with but that It Is three years too
her friend, Miss Ida Dodllon. early now for one to go there to live comfortably Kato Prltehiiril\ still remains In -- Genuine Edison

These gentlemen were pleased OOODK &: K.: -Real Estate and I.oann. 1\11111111,1111 the guest of her sister! Mm
Mother Hall was able to sit up two with our country here, and all\ expectto Agent for /Ktna, London and Liverpool suit Budgo. .
hours, Monday, for the first time sincebel' return and settle on pineapple planta- (}lobe,aucl Imiwrlul' Fire I nmintni-a. BpnctHl and
fall, nearly two months ago. tions next winter. We welcome them. Attention dents.B3T". petit to the interests. of lion resi Cnpt.the Hotel 1:. O.lttYI\II'ultn Watson Is again for the custodianof summer .Phonograph Graphophones

Barnes Sanders and party of friends, Adhemar Bradv, of City Point, gave months. ,
from Indianola, spent a very pleasant his lecture, "The Mathematics Labor," Subscriptions for the AHVOOATK, From $6.00
day on the beach, at Oceanus, Sunday. here to a largo; and appreciative audience. the pink paper of the Kant; Const, will bo Miss Tucker, a cousin of Mrs. Will\ up.

Kov. Slrderfleld will\ hold services at' There are few who have ,given: this subject received at tlio Melbourne Postofllce.\ Orange lautler,county luis arrived and will from make her homo extended In. Largo assortment of KDISON1; ) !' UKCOUIKS, Including Talking Records, latest.
an
the church, Easter Sunday. Everybody further thought than to conclude visit with Mrs. (lautler. pOl'lIllr'IonIC", Marches, Spocl.iHIt'n, oto? nt ..\.1"1) per' doxon; also Supplies.
Is cordially invited to attend that there Is something; wrong a financial A jolly party of young people went for 1VI Ito us for riititloguos and full Information, or call on tm..
morning that the picnic at Melbourne Bunch last Tuesday E..A. Waddell. the well known real
and evening. system places great volumeof estate -
our money in the hands. of a few while evening. dealer, says theCiystnl Hook Manufacturing -r. IE. Tu COIBS cSc OO.U1 .
Mrs. Plum visited her friends Mr.\ and the real producers of wealth "the toiling will have their .
Dr C. II. Stewart has: rctiirn.pt!, from Company machinery : West Bay St. Jacksonville, Flu,
Mrs. Phillips, at Melbourne, several days millions," must be content with little hero and I bo In operation within,
Daytona, and were pleased to learn he .....JIVI r.ICV. MUSICAL UOODS ANI NOVII/TIIH...
last week, which was very pleasant for above the necessities of life, and many left his father Improving in health tile uoxtii;\ days.
all parties concerned. are reduced to the point of starvation by
An enjoyable social function
the wealth Miss Emma Mitchell sister to Mrs. J. : was recently -
Mr. and Mrs. Bisbco, from Lotus, were means employs in our large given by Dr. nnd Mrs.\ J. M. Jackson .
cities to still further Mil its Mr.lirady's II. Baker arrived In town Tuesday even-
coffers. ,
visiting friends Friday took In honor of Miss Baron of ,
up They Gainesville
remedy. lies In recognition of lug to tho dejlght of her many friends.Mr Watches AND
dinner with Mr. Lyman, and spent a and Miss Goodwin, of Greensboro. Jewelry.Tho
pleasant: afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. A. the Laws of Nature' or Sopiety.) 1st. I>KMAND. and Mrs. George Stephens, who Git. Dr. and' Mrs. okitoii'n now and ola- .
This deco ind for food and.
L. Bruner. com have' spent the pant' four. month at Hotel gent home was ,profusely douuratad wllli
fort Is common to each unit of society Carleton, loft here, for their home III roses, ,palms; nnd otter flowers\ for the! .
Mrs. Davidson and daughter returned' 2nd. I.AIIOR. "Thou slmlt I.ibor" Is natures old established Wutch and l Jewelry bnsliKms, 'l'IIE GOLDKN\
Tltusville I'eun., Wednesday, occasion.W. .
,
Friday, greatly disappointed: that they law to nil life. Even animals. must AL1GATOK
has removed from the old stand A Wont street
did not succded in making their intended do the work that brings subsistence. The Ladies' Guild will give a concert \V. Trout Is arranging to build. n May ,

trip to Cuba, as they had started for :Urd. rossKHSiow.: "' The bird has A light and refreshments, next Monday' evening, Urge numlierof house on the West. side to 117 West Hay street, on tho same side of the street, In tho'I'1'IVelell'
Unit "Summer Land." to the worm It catches and neods for at Hotel Bellevne.- Admission 40 cents, These IIOIIHOS will hove\ Nuwttr and water,
Hotel blonk. Established In lH7l.: AddrvHs.T.
.
food the Indian has the children: cents. Dancing after con connect iaus, with all tnodurn
a right to ,game: : Improvements. )
Mrs. .Grace Smith left Tuesday! of last
,
: he shoots and, carried further, every cert. When completed they will I lie,
week for her home In PA. '
Philadelphia, unit of society has a ilghtto the product' put on I the market, at lousoiiable pilous, ..LO-o"'JS S'J'EJ:8EN"S.: .
where she will keep house for her son Ilea Rowland Halo and family leave
.
of his labor It In Mr. Hi out will give those who deslionn
own or equivalent
Loxlle Mr. and Mrs. Goodsell Mrs. hero, next week, for Siiwitnnee. Tenn., .
; civilized life( exchange of labor, or Its opportunity) to puichaHe home and pay 417 WEST BAY HTUICKT: JACKWONVILLK: :, FLA:
Wagner Mrs. Wet,hey and and. our people regret ranch to see
son Hoy, accompanied very
fur It
products, Is necessary.. Tills Is. effectedby In monthly liiHtallments.
her as f.nas Cocoa Mrs. them !go, but hope some day they may \
Owen also crossed the river, and went money, which represents not Intrinsic return. The shipment| of tomatoes. and other
to Cocoa the her wheelto value or cost but labor, and ta both a vegetables Is I For the Tibbals. Cocoa.
up same day, on increasing dally.;
receipt for labor done, and. an order on Mrs Carrlo Lock wood sang In the
soo .Mrs.: Smith off. punt two or three weeks the weather has
the common stock, which Is the sum total Episuopalchurch last Sunday morning, \buen' uDfl\vOl'able for but -
of all that Is necessary for our life. and will sing/ again In that church on In of this maturing: ,crops, The many friends IIf Mrs.' :Sawyer: .are Mrs M, Thompson. came over from
spite
Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspeptlclde Is a cure, Man has tilled to get his just share from EsterIund.IY.; /:: much to the delight of Piloes Imvo Ihll"ucntslll"'enHe daily much pliiiiHiid to sea her out again/ after !Morilit! on l''ildny to attuiiil the Avllaliinmilliig.
readmit *! crate In the
not a mere relief from indigestion. It digests the common stock, because. there hall tho congregation.Mrs. Eastern l and Northern markets per for toma a very sovure attack. the food and
makes the stomach
right. B. R. Wilson & Son. been which no to recognized values.unit uftfabur This shouldbe with Kate Olllman: leaves hero, this toes, and will probably. !go higher A Archdeacon Brown held cervices here, A fouit"on-poiiiid son hits cone to

measure week, for St. Augustine, then on to \her good crop of tomatoes moans n small for last Muiulty afternoon, anil was entertained lit", with hU inm' >!it -Dr. and Mr. L.
the average! day's work of Io'.en hours nothei home. Her host of friends hero tune this year. The few 'fdnntors. who by Mr. and Mm. J.'I'.1Vaters during T. Daniel.Mr .

Rockledge.Mrs. and for !this; every man snouia should': receive:DO. b.lsJollaI' will miss IIBIY but look forward with are shipping peppers, which are selling/ his lay hope" and Mrs.' l Ki O. Johnson are the
( me money nor r,1'lvate pleasure to her annual return In the fall. from $I to *.> per crate, wear the broadest l. of brand .
property as now but be Issued of smiles. SA.. Townsend, of the firm of Townsend poHimsois u new nlnouiid>
government In volume and In pieces sufficient Mr. and Mrs. James Yates of Kansas A' Mills, of 1'hlladolphlii J \ paid some baby girl

E. M. Breese and Mrs. J. S. DavlHon to carry on all business. Give City, Mo., left heie last Thursday, to AF7'EitLaQRlPl'E-VVIIA'ff Usually of our pinuit|"|"ilu growers" a call on Saturday lIarrr.Wllltnll, of the News, spent Sunday

Johns are river enjoying Jacksonville.a trip down the St. every: man his justshare In all the profitsof spend a week at Hotel Colonnades, City racking cough and n genera! feeling of : last. MUKHIS. TuwiiMonil A: Mills mo In Tltiisvlllo with hi, brother, A. K.

to combinations of labor, all natural Increase Ufautlfnl. These people have made weakhess. Foloy's Honey and Tar Is u very old and ivltablu. firm, and In the Wilson, nf the AUVOOATM atstf

W. II. Schoonmaker, A. C. Flske, II. In wealth, and poverty would /Hoe many friends here and we hope to see guaranteed( to cure the "grip cough" and past navu gotten our groom, very !satisfactory .
would wouldbe them return / ill.I'. W. F.. lloolli nxpitctii' to move his.
P. Shares and Miss Genevieve Barnes away; wars ceasoand crime soma d.ty. make j.rlcos.) '
and well. Ii. R. Wilson
diminished. Thebnnt interests of hum.inity you strong family to I>.,Vlon,., In I the rouike of two
expect to leave for the north ta-ubirow. The solution Mr. and Mrs. Duglass left, Wednesday, & Son. Attorney .JI\I4.)1);. Andrews Is having; or tlneo weeks( for the summer,
at state. true
<;hns. A. Creigton left, Monday, for : are for their homo In Waukegan, III., but Mr. quite sti ud'llllon built to the alicudy
New' York, not expecting to return next of the thinking labor question and must be found ; men and Mrs. George Lyons and son, of the Mims.Ed largo/ packing IIOIIHU, on the pln(!applu !\II'. niiil Mrs. C. W. Bui ton, of Mala

year, much to the regret of tho society are thought tiiiimphs. same place will remain at Hotel Carletona plantation ownnd by Miss H. TiblinU, bar, was In town over Hundity They
and the
While here Mr. Mrs.
contingent here. Brady were little longer, much to the delight/ of. of New l'u'rk. Tim Hrgi-st crop of pineswill came to attend tho U'Brlun-Robert wed
guestspl Mrs. Brady's cousin. Mis W. their many friends here. Dunham( left, Saturday, for his be harvtistud' this. year, nt Tibbals, ding.
Mr. Frank Williams and Mrs. J. S. It. I yef, home! In New Haven, Conn. that has been for ninny yearn Surveyors are at work to straighten
Com. F. C. Hewitt left hero last Mon
Davlson have returned from their trip to ,
the railroad between Cocoa and Huckledgn.
Volcanic for Tltusville. Sam Martin E. A. Marsh, of Oak Hill, spent Mun.day I. Cox of the South -
day Capt.
: a representative
Nassau, and are once more the guests ofMr. Eruptions (Ii IN thought the work will bo.
with his friend Roberts.C. .
went with him to help house and launch ; Harry paid visit
\ and Mrs. E. M. Breeso. Are but skin rob life ern Express Company, us a begun Immediately.
grand, eruptions and yacht, Hippie, for the summer. We 1'latt and family, of Orange county, last Saturday, looking after tile Interests
Bucklen's Salvo
Mrs. McCbesney and Miss McChesney of joy. Arnica cures will all be !glad to welcome the Commo are now occupying the residence of Mn of his company. Mr Cox always hits a Tho orange troes everywhere were-
left, Tuesday, after a delightful season them; also old, running and fever sores, il oro back from the East, early In the C. IlmB. smile and a good word. for everyone, and laden with bloom this year, and tlio-
spent here. They will spend a week at ulcers. hulls, felons, corns, warts, bruises fa 11. he has a frl"rlliin every person he meats. J prospects now are fur an abundant crop
the Sanitarium, at Merrltt, and then burns, scalds, chapped hands, chilblains W. W. Ballard had the misfortune to The Express company was very fortunate full coffers, which cheer and encourage
proceed to their home in Cincinnati.This : best pile cure on earth. Drives have hU horse run on last .
'out pains and aches. Only 25cts. a box. La grippe coughs often continue for Friday. young away, In securing Mr.\ Cox to represent them. the hearts of the orange growers,

week ends the season here; the Cure guaranteed. /Hold:: 1 by B. I!. Wilson months and sometimes lead to fatal re August HInclalr, a very prominent journalist A very quiet and pluiimint wedding
Plaza and Indian River hotels have & Son Druggist. euitsafter the patient: Is supposed to have Mrs. B. I.. B. Alnslle, sister. of W. W. of New York city, !after spendingsome occurred In Cocoa at nlnu o'clock ups

closed, and the New Uockledge and passed. the danger point. Foley's Honey Ballard, left, Tuesday: for her home near time at the Royal I'ulnclnnii, Palm Huud.tv; morning, April Nth, when, Mr.

White's Cottage close to-morrow. The and Tar affords positive protection and Atlanta, Ga. Beach, paid our burg visitor acouple Ham O'I'rUo) did, to Hymen's Altar Mists

steamers have been taken olf, and the Banyan.Mrs. security from these coughs 15. R. Wilson Miss Venntla\ Mlms, of Tltusville days. !Mr. Sinclair expressed himself us Joust Rolioits. The ceremony took

railroad station has closed for the season. and son. spent Saturday and Sunday In Minis, being much pleased with Tlbbuls\ arid place at tho residence of the hrltl '. sister

Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Schoonmakor, : with. friends.. says It Is the finest location lie, has seen Mrs C. J. (Sclioonmuker, In this
Mrs. Belle Schoonmaker and son, and :McMillan was quite sick, but is I on Indian River, Ho expects to visit' us presence of n few near relatives and
Mr. J. G. and Miss\ Bennett left, Wednesday on the mend now. Bovine.The Wm.' A, Warnock, of Jamaica, New again next winter, friends, and wan. performed by Rev. G.M .

for Ponce Park, whore they will J.. Veruee anti family will leave for York, was In Mlms Inspecting on Tuesday Ms aunt's orange The yacht, Irene, arrived In port, on Davidson. pastor iif Ht. Mark's, who.

spend a week: before returning to their their home in Georgia, this week. boys are out on another big round. groves Monday\ with a very Jolly party, consistIng used the bniuulfiil and Impressive Epic.copal .
northern homes. Louis K. \Myers returned home, last service. The ring with which
of Mrs. Emma Hnylor and daughter,
J. A. Booth was In our burg last week. up.The week after working at the Canaveral the bride was wed was n massive gold
The tendered Mr Ed- of and grandest thing; out Is the WashIngton Miss Allen; Mr. and Mrs Harry Jennings,
surprise party He reports bin crop celery pota- Club IIOIIHO through tile Beano n.ilr. fiat bund.' At..II I I o'clock n sumptuoustttHldiriit
Miss Clark: Miss\ Crurtrudii England, and
mund Simmons last Friday evening by toes as ready for market. and Eau Gallle\ canal. breakfast was nerved I, slid all
the and Mrs F. II. Sackett left Tuesday Messrs.\ Art tueger and.. Knrreat ll.imor.
people was complete success. The and
young went day was blight
weekthe'bel\n business Mrs. Bethel J. Stewart ha been( suffering merry.
This opens tip They had been on a fifteen days' cruisedown
Mr Simmons properly surprised for their home In Hprlnglleld. Minn
was anl, the which
only thing occurred
when the crowd poured in on him, and again, but a very few, only, will be shipped quite awhile with neuralgia.Mr. &laraSaokett: accompanied them. the roast, spending, stifle time at sunny to mar the ore-union wise the delayof
with and delicious ; not many being planted over. \ Gibbs out working Ms' road Palm heads 't'hey were all delighted
music, dancing a repast was Ex-Sheriff J. E. Bowman will leave the trains canned h by u cur being oft
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the evening was more than enjoy. Capt. Boyer made some /good catches last week, which was greatly In need of next week, for Palm Baiuih: where he and with limiting.A. the trip. and their success In tubing the truck down the mud, by which tile

able.' of fish, last week. He uses both rivers repair.C. ball secured a permanent position, happy couple betook tliemnelv to their

The MIssess Breese entertained very and takes them coming and going. M. Houston has moved to Bovine. future IIOIIIM In UlylOIll'ltlan, and
"tenandahalf Mrs. C. Ballou was called suddenly. R. B-tss, of Morgantown, Ind had nice were the received. :Mr.IBrian .
pleasantly"
at presents
progressive He has the of
Frank Merrill B. .T. Hllllard, T. Harper bought place W II. Hen
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the lust of the week to Boston Mass.. to ten ortwelvn tlinuxin. the night
," last Wednesday evening. After derson. get up ( Is one of Dnytouit's .sterling:;
and S. Jones, of Tropic, were up our
tha card delicious refreshments will leave for owing to the lei Iou" illness of her sister. and had severe backache and pnlns In the business. men, l being recent graduate

wae( served game, with nuts and orangeade./ way Miami last! soon.week. Mr. Jones C. R. Stewart and W. II. Ilollowny Miss Sadie P.Dodd, of Hartford: Conn., kidneys. Was ctirnd by Kuley's Kidney of the 1'001'11\,1"., school of. Instruction
killed fat hog In the woods last Cure. Guaranteed. B \II. Wilun.: Won.
a
"We guests were the Misses Daisy liar.free very returned to her northern*laone, the first hi the making of watches and jewelry
Grace Patterson, Annie McChesney.I The Dream, Capt. W. A. Simmons, Monday. of the week, after spending several ------ -- and ha I I" up-to-date, In Ms profession.

'jPDevlevo Barnes, Kate Eyer, Myra I made a trip to Eau Gallle and Cocoa, one Capt. Houston is having the lumber months with friends. Rio. Miss Roberta .is well known by all\ lie
.'Williams nod Sallie\ Magruder; Messrs. day' last week. Quite handy to have hauled out to build the bridge\ across old, its well as recent resident of Indian
Wood, Simmons Crelgbtun Shares, even a small boat sometimes. the Willow slou h. All the tent owners have their McFar- River, from her excellent skill with tlid

Thomas, Flske and Magruder.No land orange tree tents housed and will L. II. Toiissalnt. Is shipping tomatoes needle and the fashion of the day.
His 1,1 fo Vas. Saved.Mr. J. T. Stewart Is In Bovine, this week, keep them from rain and sun till Decem and They both have host of friend who
working his orange trees, and while here ber's chilly winds shall. com. poppers.The wish them Joy and supreme happiness.In .

Bight To Uglifies J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen of will change. B. J. Stewart's: bees Into patent Chas. Emr>ons and daughter Miss dickey bird say one of our many all the Rood things of life.
The woman who Is lovely In face form Hannibal Ma, lately had a wonderful hives. bachelors will be married till month.
Ella after spending several week with the white door of
and have friend. but deliverance from a frightful death. In May peace
temper will always mast ,keep telling of it he says= : "I was taken with Mr. and Mrs.: Harry Roberts, left, last Clots" Bros., have received two carloads .ently rest o'er all,
one her health.who would be attractive weak and typhoid fever, that ran Into pneumonia.My PAINS IN THE BACK.-A. B. Farrington week for Daytona and Augustine, of lumber for their new" bouse. And the lower( of pure love,,
If she is sickly
Coostsnla N. Y., : "I was trou. ere returning to New' York city. open each of tall
says
became hardened. I was so you
all run down, she will be nervous and lungs Our new' road to Jensen I I. finished, but .
bled several with I disease ami --- --- --
irritable. If she has constipation or weak I couldn't even sit up In bed; Nothing years kidney Quite a number of young folk surprised can not be used until we have the bridge -
suffered pains In the back. I usedFoley' A Powder
will\ helped me. I expected to soon severe last which will attend Mill ExploIonRemoves
kidney trouble, her impure blood Miss Bernice Straban, Satur we hope Mr Fries to
cause pimples, blotches skin eruptionsand die of consumption when I beard of Dr. Kidney Cure and one bottle curedme. day evening: ; it being her birthday. The soon. everything In sight; so ck>
Electric Kln '' New Discovery. One bottle gave I recommend It to my friends. It In sail drastic\ mineral pill, but both are mighty
a wretched complexion.: evening was spent games, songs .
has .atl faeUon. Take I Mr. and 31r. C. V. H. Ilea after spendIng
given
continued to It awlnow perfect no Don't .
Bitten Is the beet medicine In the world great relief, I ole music, after which .a sumptuous repast dangerous. dynamite the delicate
substitute. B. It. Wilson A Son. three month with his brother, W.
well and I can't too machinery of with calomel
to regulate stomach liver and kidneys am strong. say was spread. your body -
and to purify the blood. It give strong much in Its praise." This marvelous Ben, will return to their home at (Hack c rot on. oil or aloes pills when Dr.

nerves, bright eyes smooth velvety medicine: Is the surest and quickest core FOR BEST RESULTS, use only nitro Thos. W. Carter,of Ashboro N. C. bad ettstowo, N. J., thU week. King'* New Life rill, which are gentle

skin, rich complexion.: It will make a In the world for all throat and lung powder shell If your dealer does not kidney trouble and one bottle of Foley'a ail a summer breeze, do the work per
f'OJlooklnlcharmln: woman of a rundown trouble. Regular size fiO\ rents and ll.OO.) I carry them regularly: in stock have him Kidney Cure effected a perfect cure, and DEALERS will please Dote that Florida feetl,. Cures headache, constipation.

Invalid. Only 50 cents at B. R. Trial bottle free at B. K. Wilson Son' order yon .a sample lot of the Florida be says there Is no remedy that will compare Hardware ('0., Jacksonvillesrn selling Only 23o at D. J\. Wilson Son' drug

Wilson it Son' drug store. drug store; every bottle guaranteed. Hardware Co., Jacksonville. with It. B. It. Wilson A Son. kerosene oil 1.eaters at co.&. store





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, lIutl..rl'ou110 strot its of Indiana and
PT"wo hundred bushel. Kentucky have advanced the theory SftSk \ .

Si that away below the nuiTace of Indiana a .
of Potatoes remove
-lu at least the southern portion

eighty pounds of "actual" Pot-. there Is a secondary great system of .
waterways and subterranean rivers.

ash from the soil. One thou- Some geologists of note have concur ,- .'
red In this theory It Is known that f f

sand pounds of a fertilizer con- such streams do exist In tbe extreme 9

southern section. Wyandotte and other r ,w roOo
taining 8% "actual" Potash caves owe their origin to thesestreams. SFr ,, .
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Some aubterraneaa H
years ago a
will supply just the amount
stream was found running: under

needed. If there is a deficiency Rush county, almost 70 miles .. .
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oortLvnst.. The water CUD be beard '' "h ,, '

of Potash, there will bea roaring throng' the passageways and hgha ,-,,- -.
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at times the course stems to be over :$. '
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falling-off the crop. tared.: It evidently (lows a great distance .
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from the northeast and probably
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We have some valuable baa Its source: In the. SL Lawrence ." \;' :. -I::< ,' .:'

books telling about composition river system At ttuglltin a flood resulted 1 .
In the discovery of another lost 'J..;;: ., ../:J',,

use and value of fertilizersfor 'river.. A new cavern was opened by "' ",', "
the water In Crawford county. .,' .-
various crops. They are The uttructlveueHH of Lout river and ,;>
Its trlliiiturlfn Is enhanced greatly by "
sent free. the weird wild! scenery of Orange

GERMAN KALI WORKS, county. There lit no section of tbe .. ,>
Nauau St., New York '
93 state where the la more striking
scenery
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and, dlverxlUed.Nenr !. Tri-Weekly Sailings ,"., ,,
Free and the mouth of the river are tbe ''' .
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Accepted- ,,4 Masons. springs famous West which lludeu throw and off French a water Lick BETWEEN JACKSONYILE. and NEW YORK. .. "

i brackish lu taste, und K'een\' cast In \
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Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) _
Indian _- color which has become noted over
No. 00TltiiHvlllo) the entire world.- ndllllllll'ollli Press. .
ter'/i The Finest t Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe '.

River A Cnntlons Itr.oinntendatlon*

Lodge / .' >rPlmMft.! A I ,'..uIlItUII'" rlei'io 111:111 was l lately Clydo New England -and Southern Lines.)

Until In ninetlng the. ."l'ol1.l..n.1. fourth Fri, coiupi'lled I I to dlMinlxH\ ... u clever( K"1I"'I..nlr Direct beivfco( Between \.
luvof e.uhnnntIi. ,.1 tho Inillnn.,, hirer! liotel who used to (purloin his fiult uud vtgetuliles ,
Tltti A, A.Htnwart.vlll
It.:Wllnoii, Ne t bur wanlin.J. :I (duul!)' he K-ive bun u diameter, and
It. Walker,Junior Wariltin.J.M.Iilxnn (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both wa.8))
Ibis Is bow b woitit-d It: "I ''I..r..hy..r.ur
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Tr axuror.F. .
Hut A. li (DIM been ,tcanli-iier, BKMl WKKKLY SAILINGS
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.T. I.A('.*Morgan'rllth".*ftunretnry.. Hnnlor' Di'ttcon.F ) .. my loiitlil ntinrl.... ..., ...... ........ .. .. .. .,... ,.. .,.. .. ..... ..... ..from Lewis Wharf Boston
A. fiiMlny, JunioK. ''h"umn. for over two .III'M und Hull diirlnu tlint ., _. from foot of Hogan Street, JacksonvilleClyde's The New Time Card of the F. E. C. 'R'y
H. Chiliruil; Stewards. tune lie got: more out of my garden : ,
C. H. Walton. than man I ever 1'1n..10'lihort. .
any
T inc.
.A. KroHi-linr, Tylnr.FAMOUS St. Johns River
$torIeM.In.Norwny. which went into effect Wednesday
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. I

\ LOST UIVER.A I every person over 13 Jacksonville,Palatka,Sanford. Enterprise: Fla.and Intermediate landings on tile Bt.John's River.STEAMER .
years of ngc/ cnn be cremated after was not received in time for this issue.
death If be or she bus made a declnra .
"FIU.f'J' r> I AUY..
PECULIAR' STREAM WHICH SUDDENLY
tlon In the presence of two wltnes..
W. A. SHAW.
DISAPPEARS. For those under in\ a declaration on tbe CAJT.
jeavtf Jacksonville 3,30 p. in., Pundaye' Tuesday .and Thurmlays. ,
part of the parents--- -IH. nccexxary.. "' Leave Sanford 9.00, a. in.? Fnlerprise. 0.30, a. in.,Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.3en'l .
at flak Into the Earth Through an --
rrrparlna tiff for Winter. Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.W. H*
Hole and Uarmtm
UnralUunmblv It U a ]retty hard matter to do much \
Fortb i A..I. From a Illll Jill.aAway with bees toward getting them III good WAttBURTON, T. P. A., F.M.IRONdtNGERJa.. .'J..l'a8a.A. i
and Thru Uepeal. lh. Tr.cU. Ill State SI., New York. j ,atM Went May tit.,JlACk.onvlllo.'la.: .
winter shape It we put off the work C. I.OVELJ., Asst.Fl I( JOHN. L.ItOWARUSnperlueenaeut| 1 '
Famous Lost river manifests Ita until we are noticed by the first bllzr.nrd Jacksonville'T Flu. I foot Hogan lit,Jacksonville FU.TI1KO. .
8 Oreen, New kurk. -
!: M. Bowling
flint comes nlong. TUos who setup ... .
the northcm ;
strange dlsponltlon tbrouKb '''M. P CLYHK: oil CO., and comt'rn Bectlon of Orange! the claim that been do not need any Che brt>UKh Building lt> !tttura lit.. sew York 1:1: Ho. Delaware A".., Philadelphia. / ,
extra protection In winter! In a climate __ ._ ___ _n_
toil. The rlvor. of all
county parent like KnitKiis not such a dose of their .
I mailer ones gusher from a bluff lu own inpdk'lne last winter that they are Ocean Co.
Steamship
Washington county a stream will keeping extremely quiet| now.

strong current which carries everything It I I..* uot too lute to furulMli chnff

before It. It run In well defined hives or to put he( been lu the cellar 'Savannah Lino"Flint
banks for several miles and lueu suddenly at the beginning; of winter, but It Is too .
dlHHppt-ars :Near Orleans It Into tu feed the colonies that do not
Inks Into a gI'rat cavernous bole have enough stores to curry them Kielglit and Luxurious Passenger Route from

wblcb might veiy remllly by! tukeu a* through/ any liquid food to store In Floridato New York Boston and the East.RTFRwwwe.ltsaneen1 .
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the eutnince to the lower region and tbelr combs wlilcli Is the only proper
from which I the river gained Its HICondnry tuetliod] of feeding; If done In warm
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iiinue, the river Styx The weather during autumn month If we
sink Is black and tiitfiltboinuble and have frames of honey of the punt "..n.

even In the driest Heimon bus never MOII'M gathering laid by for this i purr\ Southern '

been nxploml: ', nltlioiiKb It has been ascertained POHC, and every nplarlHt nlionld keep a .
that the deuceut Is gradualand reserve! supply' of these, then we! cnn
about DUO fuel. I ou the llrHt line tiny supply. the wants jRailvay

Several miles from the drat sink the of the colonies In 11 rut class order .

Ircoiu comes forth from the side of a Twenty-live or So pound of honey
bill and after running on the surface will winter n 'ulII..of been ordinarily
M mile or more, again 1110111.ly\ HIIW- mid curry them tip 10 I the time they can Sri .r ,.rrt DIRECT LINE--QUICK TInE
dust and wooden bull tents It him gather; honey In spring but It depentlsupon \
been ascertained that another stream the kind of honey low daring; -TO-

which rushes from the side of a bluff sprung If this carries them up to the WASHINr TON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
eight miles distant In altogether another lirlr.clpnl I honey harvest or takes\ them
I out of dimmer. Bees NEW YORK CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE AT.
section of the country In a contluuatlou entirely / frequently ,

of Lout river. This illmipItears starve outright In nprliiKtlme' Hlmjily UPcvxrt Xt.LLil.. .I LLrt QoLL. LANTA. BIRMINGHAM MEMPHIS. CHATTANOOGA
In another sink runs through/ an becmiHi' they reipilie t'ousitlerttblesty's
underground ,pntn
In White length river.and finally empties luto the takes remark more honey frequently to spring ninde a colony that of It Thence via Ship sailing: from S.ivannah. and all Points East and West

It Is i claimed the nubterrnnonnFtrtBiiiH been, than It takes to winter them In 4 ,4TOw .. .

do not follow a single clniunel very true.One uf tilt. 'greatest.. drnWbachn In aecurltijr Ships each, woc' NO OTHER LINE AFFpRDS SERVICE LIKE THIS :
but that the entire section Is honeycombed
n Rood honey yield l during thellOnl'Y The New York and Florida Express,
of mains
by a complex system :
: :: 'YC>ri.K.
Benson li the shortage of honeyto
nod I end a. : Via Savannah and Charlotte, X. C.

tot", river was evidently a nurface' Hprliiff t the dyes or to provide enough 2-SEXJPS: .1L. ] EEI3: "to; : :J30STON"-2 The New York and Florida Limited,
food nt thin time to feed the large
stream thousands. of years ago. There force of bees that IIl'eI'loJr\ All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing: schedules. Via Savannah and CharlotteX.. O.
Is a well dellnetl.! deep .rock lied! \lending young 1 H Wilts for genoutl Informutlou, sailing schedules, stateroom enervations, or call onE The United States Fast Mail,
reared. Hrotvl rearing largely cnrtall..1
from! sink bole to sink nud In freshet at this nesMon of year by not H. IIINTOX, WALTE15. 1IAWKIXS, Via Savannah and Charlotte, K. O.
lI'allon. when the volume of water becomes Tratllo Manager Gen'l Agt. TraOio Depaitment.
having enough reserve stores In the The Cincinnati and Florida Limited
too great for the subterranean Savannah, (Ja. 2JI W. tiny :St., Jackdonvllla, Fla. ,
hive hence the Importance of havingthe Via
pitRfiageways to carry the overflow follows ; _._______________ ___.__ __. __ ._____,_ ._n____ ___ Jaanp.
hlifN fnll of honey In going Into
the old river bed and joins thesubt..rrnll'on Through Vestibuled Trains..Pullman
winter ii.nrtorn may easily be seen; Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars.
streams at the "rises. Kansas: Farmer.How. Florida Central and Through Coaches--Elegant Dining Cars.
Tho. old surface course Is overgrown",
with trees and briers and some of
these Indicate that the surface course BETTER TIME AND BETTER SERVICE THAN EVER BEFORE

has not been used for at least centuries. To

Another evidence of Its long Peninsular Railroad. Through: Pullman Sleeping: Can .... ....n Jacksonville and Clnolanatl .

habit of following underground sinks O., Via Aahavllle, N. C., and Knoxvill, Through
Is shown by the mound l builders' earthworks FleshPersons "THE LAND OF THE SKY."
tbl'own'up at various points Gain
Unexcelled service from. Florida to all points
where the river sinks Some of
away. Through: Trains via Southern Railway are now Operated la oonn.otlon with
these mound. are the finest found have been known to the Plant System from Jaoksonvlll.
north of the Ohio river.
North East and West.
Of the surface tributaries to Lost rlv- gain a pound a day by takingan For
Rate.
,Schedules and
Information call on or addrea
<*r the most remarkable Is known as ounce of SCOTT'S EMUL
Stamper! cnek. which gushes forth A. GIRARDEAU. T. P. A., or W. T. OO3BT, T. P. A.,
from the sides of a bluff near Millors- SION. It is strange, but it often Two Trains daily between Tampa, Jacksonville, Savannah and Columbia carrying: 8ia west Blir Street Jacksonville, Fla.

burg. It has a rampant little current happens. Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping car, connecting at Columbia With sleepers for RANDAL CLIFTON DUtriot FaiiaaKar Agent Savannah. Oa.
which carries everything with It to a the *' U.SEv?' W. A' TURK: Sa HARDWIOK.
Somehow ounce produces .
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P. ..
Act.. .A. GeD. P
B.r.sarAa
Ink exactly hole where a tulle It distant.comes out.No one but kuows some the pound J it seems to start the Washington Baltimore Phila. and New York Waahlnrton.l.0. "a-utaw) -

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claim It makes Its appearance\ at Spring: digestive machinery going properly -

Mills sis miles south. Here Lick: that the is able .. MALLORY
so patient Alai with Cincinnati! Sleeper, via Asheville STEAMSHIP LINE.
creek bursts out of the base! of a hill
just In the rear/ of the mill. Further to digest and absorb his ordinaryfood

down .lr''I1I1I Lick creek sinks away which he could not do before DFl' I Florida New York,

from view and then comes up and and that is the way the gainIs 'Or I Philadelphia and Boston.
slows to :New Prospect, where It emp- lt From Vrnnawlrk (direct. ), to New York.
tiN Into Lout river made.A Through: Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louis via v y r '
There are several other surface feeders certain amount of flesh is ir rASSEJiGF.lt SERVICE.connections .

which are quite its freakish Near necessary for health i if you have Lake City Macon Atlanta Chattanooga'and Nashville. L. ?k To make with teamrn. leave Jacksonville
thviii are found caverns" through which 1 tVnlun IMpot) on Tlmriilayt: via(Cumberland Route), S 1'O a m.
not got it can get it by femanellna..t .,3"P' m. Mi'alu eu route t or"all Rail" J.*>
subterranean streams How They are you Making connections for Kansas,City, Chicago and all points In the Northwest p' m. (Plant Systems! arrive runwirk' It 1e. Passengers on
filled with eyeless tlhe and water aul- takingscolI's arrival at Bruiuwick go directly aboard. tamer..

mats. lu some the streams have a
swift current and are evidently part of Through,sleeping car service between Jacksonville and Xew Orleansvia PROPOSED SAILINGS;

the Lost river system. At certain !points [Illusion River Junction and Peu aoola. Lv.New York. Pier' 21 E. R., 3:00p.m.: } (Standard Time) Brnoewlck.' .

lu the county the surface bas caved In Friday. )llIr 30...... ... ... ... ,1
Full Information on application to any agent of this company. ... ......RO GRA:' RE... .. .. ..... .
"rtela .. .... ..... .....Fr..l.y..AI.rllllFrllla'
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and shows Lost river ....
undergruuud
running ( .
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to the depth of 100 feet. llo.vthe will find it useful In L. Frida", .. 30 .... .... ........ ..... ""RIO GRAYUE. ''". .. ,.' '".Friday, :'?
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water Is. again elevated to tbe surface You (lust as summer A. O McDonclli; A, Sliipinnn, For .:::.::::;.... .::...:....... : B
Is not known. The as In winter and if you arc thriving uponIt general Information,steamer traln.ntes, eto.,apply to
passagewaysare
through while rock, worn smooth don't,stop because the weather Is warm General I Pass. Agt. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. BASIL GILL, Agent, 220 W.Bay Jacksonville.!..

and white by the water.These foe. and..._ all draught R. R.RA v\loND General Soother'AK t.Bn.n.wlck.Ga.
$KOTT BOW NE, CtwmlMa,N.w York. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. C. H.
jv.bo have wilde a study of the MALLORY: Co..General
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= .T'Z7IAN RIVER HOTEL, HOTEL; MAGNOLIA ow ori 7 Hotel with Seven Cottages and 10

fi x T1TUSVILLE. ? AUGUSTINE FLA. .
Acres of Land.
rl-"a INDIAN RIVER, !((31 ,1100 expended on Improvement and new furnishings/ lost year, 1
and .H5.OOO this season llyrirnulic r.U>\ntor, Hot and Cold
s, >pw FLORIDA Water Maths each floor; also Private Itutlis added, to several .r v- -i nil aSti'
r$ suites and Heating Afrunjroniciito ate the
amoug improvements; !i_. .
making this popular house one of the most comfortable and well
's J. G. BAST Proprietor. equipped hotels in .the South. Write for booklet.

PALMER!: tit MAcDOWELL, Proprietors ry t ..., dS. 'b
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The hotel fronts on the

In wide width sweep), formed of bay(7(by miles the The BUCKINGHAM AUGU:TINEIFLA.:,

Indian River making it a ST. 4cIa
Ipl'N rf( delightful
summer re- Opposite tho Hotel Alcazar and Alumed.i. Wide verandas picturesquelawns.
Ilniml5ifi IAAI a huh nilID, Ih'1711 a 1F sort. Constant oool a hfi
breezes from the sea and Ilome-like anti comfortable. Rates mlleI'IIte. .

MN t rkM bay. Flowing sulphur GEO. C. HOWE[ Proprietor
fl.l ut Ir 1 uuorl a t spiings. Special summer
rates. --- .

tf The New Algonquin Hotel i tr 4 ,
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JACISOYVILI=' i17Y I
w iiai ST. AUGUSTINE, KLA. .t r yi,Rr

O m ...FUONT1NO OX THE PLAZA.. \; 1 '" y

The St. James JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ) Under New and Liberal Management./

Season 18'')(>-1000. Now Open. Mont Centrally Located. Special attention -
4 to Tom1st und Commercial travel.

The St. James needs no introduction to visitors to Florida. From a small beginning e Grand view of May and Ocean from Ve-
: in 18(50, the St. James has increased in size and added to its appoint h, ran.I11I'ho' leading Hotel. Open the Locnteil at SA HN thrt'e quarters of a mile south of EAU: CALLUS,
ments with increased popularity of the tourists' travel to Florida. year round. Rates:J to J.ftO: per day. FLOK1DA, on the Kan Gallta River leas!! thAn half n tulle from the

The location is unsurpassed, being: on the highest I'tronD.lln'.Jacksonv11e' \ F. C. IIAYDEN, Manager/ Indian laver and two and a hnlf miles from the Ocenn. The property
facing the St. James Park. Baggage checked to all .
music as in the past seasons, will: / be furnished by Prof.points.Its Ed. Prouty's Last Two Years Manager Ocean View Hotel i I.* two hundred miles south of Jacksonville, on the Florida East: Const

Orchestra, and will be of the high: grade. This house as in the past Is under Railway with the Railroad :Station:; adjoining Ilio property. Buildings

the management: of J. R. Campbell, and everything: will bo done for the com- erected in 181)0) and. some of them have never been occupied, the origInal
fort and pleasure of guests. Address by mail qr telegraph PLAZA HOTEL ,ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. owner having died n few months after their completion.

J. R. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville\ Fla. 'I'hehotel was opened for ab'tut\ two months prior to the owner's

This hotel IK now jpen for ROOMS: ONLY. It U centrally located near death\ and has not been used "Inl'(,. All the buildings! were erected in
PostotHon, Uank and Cathedral.
WINDSOR HOTEL. Rooms, COcta to $1.00 per day; 1.50 to 6.00 per week.V. the most substantial miner and lire now in excellent condition. The
.. D. SANCHEZ, Manager. hotel and cottages are completely furnished, and very little of the furniture -

has ever been used. There lire two artesian' wells, twenty cisterns -

connected with !sewer etc.

HOTEL ABBEY St. George Strbot. The property cost tho original owner $18,000> and l will he sold at a

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. sacrifice. The above cut fitirlv' represents the property.
For pars Iculnrs apply to (or nddri-Mx, ,
This delightfully located hotel near the City Gates, overlooking ERA: F, HATCH, Hon. I). I GAULDKN( : U'M. A. WAKNOCIC,
old Fort Marlon and the bay now open for the season, under the Caretaker' pirniUea. Attoinev for Owiior, Agent for Owner.

management of P. M. Suarez of the Everett House Saratoga lieu (lullio. Kloililn., TltllMvlll, )Ha Jamaica, N. Y"

Springs N. Y. For rates and other partlculais! apply to -- .---

P. M. SUARE%, St. Augustine Fh,. TRAINING Or7 ANIMALS. irr Choice .

The Everett House Saratoga Springs, N. Y., will be open June 1, 101)0.) Wines,Liquors

____________ _____ __ ___ ________ _u ___ ._ .___ Omlr AvromplUbrd. It l. Until byl Ibo is t e.
>.. of Ilia Whip. and Cigars.

l\IAGNOLIA'SPJtINUS. I I.A.Magnoll"a Tho popular\ theory thou unlumla can On a ran teed Pure.I .

OPPOSITE CITY PARK. OPEN THE YEAR ROUND. be taught trUks liy ti rumlt'ss' mud kind, I Sold at reduced.
RATES, $2.50 and upward., DODGE CULLENS. tress la a grim I'irtir. according lu n xt't. l
Magnolia Springs Fla. s f i r price
Cottage ran cirrus mull \\lio Inn HCIII foul l
On the St. Johns River. the dictum lliul no nuliiiiil UOM ervrtrained lmmrt.lTukny

to do iin.\tUiiM; iiiiniiturul I PI- # tVl.qfrom
Duval Hotel JACKSONVILLE, .FLA. An adjunct of the Mngnoll/ Sptlngs Hotel. Cuisine and service llrst-claHs. ci'pt hj piinlHlinit-ut If II kuouM hun Ital,.

RatellI.Ollper) day; *10.00, $12.0(1( and{f 14 00\ per week ger will 01 pall will Follow dlHulifdU-ncu, It John B. Togni

JAS. II. UEAKDOV, Lessee and Manager city
Opposite postoflice. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and te- It tnki'M Ills \\lilp lo. hii-iiU the colt to ltl"tl'olulllIUISIII.II.| / 12'J: East Day St.,

furnished throughout. Liberally conducted. . hnrut'HH saddle hut I the end Justllloa
novated. Newly - --- - -- -- or JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,
and the hmvutsa mud tin ii ti I lin ill's ho Iclll-
Rates $2.50 day up.
per SEAIJltBEZI':. | Wholual..nd n..I1.. .....
'. B. W. SPERRY Propiletor.MerrittL gvncerlifii oiui- It hits li-niuod Its If-
null dots away Hlili rullluT use of the
-It are In aeaivh of bnrgaltia
whip Hut If a hers.- |I.. fit ugh, I U.It'kli. you ,
THE SEABREEZE, FLA., Twenty minutes 1'lJlIlllhe ADVODATK column carefully
COLONNADES such n* out Hit' In "il cirrus. the count
by 'bus from DAYTONA Station. mil of ..111t."hll' In
Hotel Rathbun OLD CARF.ETON.... nee utctssury
Electric Light: Steam heat, Private bath, Boating, Fishing, Surf anti I lit' Hull pal[ on the IUM k the trnlnr "How TO DO BUSINESS;
gores Hit nuliiiiil In pulilkIs not Lit'
Ocean and Best roads In the
Bathing, pier pavilion. bicycle oa TII it
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plowed lu .I'lhiitf, 'Iliei-c uier any
State. Buy tickets vU F. E. C. R'y to &.
Unytonn.J. letup( In their tialnliig Secret of Success In Retail Merchandising;,
Market and Bay Streets, fronting St. Johns River. American plan. P. VININO, Manager.
TI'nltll'l"' / ulviiijH 111'1"111| ) | Id women -liy (IKO. N. McLKAN.
Family hotel; steam heat. OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Grill and lillilifii, for tit hilly uiiliiiiiUappinr Tim, Mont lam|>.rehrn.ive I'riiiii. .h'al sail V lu-
able rruui'.Inn on III.Ills.e..nit How. to till"""" '">
catered for. Hates from lu llioniUKlily/ uju.v tliclr work ,.
trade
rooms attached Florida especially fully tin l It.ever |iulillHlim
l>eLANI). lIut the (miking mud, frisk" lug art only A test liiHik. or |pruml,lril hint, rules and ti..
$1.50 to $i. per day. Special rates by the week or month............. the minimi Joy of In-I pour IH-IIMIM ill flu,Iii""i>r miih. nir. vs Iii.,,Unit evrrvunu, no innltur -
hew old anti ffxiittrlt'iif" ml. Hiinol liut ilmtv' *
J. H. PALTOX In charge of office. C. A. MERRITT. Lessee. being lit otil of tlif i-iiiinJi'l, | ( iiuirttT| ulinohitn. unit::, ,,Ilr It ;. vs:hue; I Iroiii; III tnuohlni
where. I llu-y .mnv \\ 1"11 I llirjme not In while tu the yiiiinif' uovicv It U a bend bunk end
Hotel Arms immure VHlii. .
DELAND FLORIDA. urludl.pen..1,1.) '
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College g ; the ring;. .Mi I >r >oM>r. I they know Hit I M Oriel liHiitvn.' ABVIIIK \\'.nt il. fullAjii'iiC
THE MOST POPULAR OFJACKSONVILLE'S trnlnor dots mil whli| Ilii-iu In pilhllu oiitnt' inniuiiiiiKilM H liiiok, on rm*.lit.|
.
.r'l. H M.k p*llg ko every In all
HOTELS. There IK mcH.\. .M 1I.1t'II n 11'111111'.1 I I dog HUM, I'lMtiwIil' mi rt-twtpl' i>f.O..k..f'.r..*
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does Hint hi. Ilki-M or Hull lie will do HI JKKKl'I I IWll.V;: JACKHUN;
Is about one hundred miles sou Hi of Jacksonville, Is of easy access to traveler :VIA IhiiirlMiriiitriiot. thlll.It...lit.
order tilt hi'ss 1.III1I..h.1| | | Willi. Cobb
American Plan. 2.00 to $3.00: per day. by the Plant System, being on the DeLand Branch, five miles from Berewford. |
It Is located on high, rolling pine land. There are orange/ grove and pleasant was tin 111 MI dug/ iniiiici In riiuke a -If you\ want good results, you will
PLACIDE Table unsurpassed. Rooms and Beds be t drives in the vicinity. There are some fifteen miles of shell roads about the reputation. mud w 'hen lie HUM inliMU find the AnvnUATK an excellent advertising -
town, making It.a paradise for rid or.. The sanitary arrangements are of the aged In- aliiiiiiliuifd. boa. Iiiori-Hxloii "0- mud III In.
in the City. Bus meets all trains latest and moat Improved. The hotel la lighted by electricity and heated with cause, he surd Inlind.. hot I HithtMirl to --- ------ ---

Free tickets on street cars to within one blockof steam, while in every loom is an open fireplace. There has been an additionof go ou nuikliiK a living by whipping
seventy-live rooms with private baths, are single or tn suite Tho culslno doga.-Cli'veluiiil World
Hotel.C. .
will be kept at a high standard.: A flrst-clnss livery stable connected, The Virginia Homes

GARVIN GILMAINE, Manager. milk and cream Is supplied l by a private dairy of Jersey cows. Vegetables are "NIIrY01-oil' Unn."
from the home farm. The water l from Artesian well. Terms
supplied< an There III n tcri'iit" \ dt-ul or Ignorance a*
$.< per day and upward. Special to families. For further Information address to what "ulli-iit'Ing ii gun" Mewls A -

West Bay and Cedir: Streets, C. \V. RIPLEY, Manager, Hotel College Arms, DeLand Fla. gun la sllfucfi.! wlit-ri the KUIIIIITH are You lenrn all about Virginia Lands,
WESTMORELAND HOTEL. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Ill ploy's Summer Resort The Slpplcan, Mailon Mass, disabled or driven buck unit the gun or Its ",.ourOIlN. products, mode of cultivation
I I
-. !gnu carriage diiinogvd. It la a common prices eta., by reading tile
enough plienoini'iion for wenponw{ Vlrtrlnlii Fiirmor. Send lOcta.
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open. UOCKLKDGi:. which have Hum livvn alli>uced to reopen for II month subscription to the

ed this season, Fine cooking and. good table. Hot and Cold water Ore after "repairs| 1111\'. been inndc, Farmer Cu., Emporia, Vu.

Baths Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All O.V INDIAN RIVER.Opened the gunners milled or a fresh !gun crew
I
NEW ROCKLEDGE HOTEL obtained It In a Hire Ililim for a gun
street cars pass the door. Rooms 1 SOc> Too: and $1 a day. Rooms. and December 10. to lie so damaged by lioxllltf fire lull It arrW. would' esteem the favor If our
readers, when. writing or culling upon
board 2.00 to $2.50 per day. Attractions-Full-bearing orange grove livery bicycling (ten mile river cannot bo rt'1\ltt'dlllJll\ brought/ Into action our advertisers to .purchase merchandise

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. drive) bowling alley, boats for fishing and ducking, free excursions: on again. "I saw says I'rlucv Kroft .to., would. mention the ArtvocATB-
of the Oernmn artillery In the battle of
launch to point of Interest, Rates $2.80 to $3 per day. Special:! weekly. -
Jrarolottv, "inniiy gnus during. tlie .
Correspondence solicited. cannonade lying miserably on the

New Hotel ROSELAND JACKSONVILLE FLA. II. I'. SHARES oft; SON, Proprietors. ground 'wlntrt'il'-Mint Is. with a broken l

whi-fl. But act oliv win withdrawn.
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Under entire new management. Newly furnished and renovated. Cool, FORT The Injured guns were always ipi-i>il. ;I r J1'S
PinilCK, FLA.FORT .
liy rvpalivtl with the bHp' of the WII,,'
quiet and comfortable. Electric lights and bells. Croquet, tennis and
I one, which were m-ur. II" that at the
bowling alleys. Good fishing and boating. Special table d'hote dinners I PIERCE, FLA. close of the biiltltf I rould not tell .<' .SEEDS

served every day at 6 p. m. We supply the table with fresh vegetablesfrom FORT PIERCE HOTEL Indian River Near Inlet. achy bow ninny plvtfii hud Iweu put f1

our own garden; fresh eggs and chickens from our own poultry temporarily nut of action."-Artuj and Crow poI,," crop IMUWIM ,be,',* j
yard; good rich cream from our own cows. Pay us a visit. Within Sportsman's paradise on the East Coast. The finest Fishing and Hunt Nary Journal. troth and .Iveye Ik. _.. For I

two blocks of the Ostrich Farm. Yew 'phone 347. ing. Accommodation first cl.ias.: Near Ralhoad and Steamer Landing 11.1.( .v>rywb r.. Itofuna aulMtltuta. |
Northern cooking and management. foil? Httrmmummf: .. MUck to lfmf'm a..de and pro.p.r.icu .

C. II. NEAL, Manager "Ut'C'UUMV I agree to undertake! your \ )( Heed Annual fro* WICe"'r" I.. |
defense; said l the vuiliifiit criminal
GRAND VIEW Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Also Glen Cove Hotel, Onset, Mass.AVKHT lawyer who had been called In. "you D. M FERRY CO.. Detroit Mick.5O .

will have to "be perfectly frank wltb

Nearest Hotel to Union Station; three blocks from new Post Office antiGovernment PALM IJKAOII.: me and tell in* the whole truth. Did
between you embezzl file i f'M.A( you are accused
centrally located on Forsyth street '
Buildings; ,
"
of baring taken? YEARS'
Bridge and Clay street, on high and spacious grounds. Very pleasant MY".. air,'" replied the accused man EXPERIENCE.

Parlor, Office and Dining Room, also large and airy sleeping;( apart- THE SEMINOLEVE T PALM BEACH FLA. "I'll not attempt to conceal the fact

ments, single or en suite well and newly furnished with Modern Improvements from you. 1 Hole every! cent of It." i9 f

; Electric Bells Hot and Cold Water Baths, etc. Popular "II ow much of It bar you (till}" R

plceg E. II. SANBORN, Proprietor. Under New Management., Open the Year Round. Excellence: of "It's all gone but $10." s 4!

"Young u>an." laid the eminent lawyer .
Cuisine a specialty. Ratea $2.M: ) to $.1.liO per day.
(f
buttoning his overcoat about bum
JACKSONVILLE FLA. ,' Mr.. S. O. B. BUn rJ.\N', Manager. and putting on bus gloves, "you'd bet- JJ > ..l M TRCna MAaIr +

HOTEL OXFORD, Opposite Sf. James IIoteL ter plead guilty and throw yourself on Co.vwt.xsa. _. .
and 1
the of lbs court. Annnet.nnin..e1eln5
mercy .
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Convenient to all parts of the city commodious room, comfortable and Til do It If you say so. air. What 0'1.i I.etl I 'd '..."S'rl M err tn mIl', nur niiniiiii'3.eh.nr..x I ?. ii "'' ., ..
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all who at the Oxford. 1& pleasant i ,' ''i .r MiuilanM.I.' lit"-li> all r 1'.In
homelike and special effort made to give stop JOE PE.ISTT11TCOF : for the ,. ._ .
are you going to charge me ...i"h 'IOU" i> .lnl 11'" fur n urlnC.1' ". .
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at Rates reasonable. Give the Osfprd a trial when In Jack- I intt ukiu' tai'iutfb >lui le'if ...
y. very advice ,flat nolle' without obni .au'C .

nTi11- MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. ALL KINDS "Tea dolla-ra."-Cblcago_Trlbon Scientific: Jlmf! 1.

Tb. man who bai o b. mad to ... .. ... .
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Executed at theADVOCATE to church always gels mad when U. .' il 1.1/: : mn T..t;:lontldrt/6 .. .nn byal:al. e.*? ::';:. .

Remember the ADVOCATE does Job Printing. PRINTING OFFICE. Dada. Journal.strangers la his p w.-IndlaoapoII r' ..us'ub&co&n F',U. W....*".l eNrI.. \



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East Coast Tourists DEATH OF MAJOR RUSSELL. GONE TO MIAMI. ROBBINS & GRAHAM Carroll c& Goldsmith.,

Interested In ART OBJECTS and ,
Major Anthony O. Rusitell, president The steamship Cocoa, of the Florida
should
SOUTHERN/ SOUVENIRS VEGETABLES of All
of tile of the United States Printing Co., CincinnatI East Coast StoiimoMp Line that has been GROCERIES FRUITS and Kinds,
visit the Jewelry shops ...3L* 0., and'I owner of that' UK tract In Jacksonville for several months, undergoing Your patronage Solicited.
and !
Glass Tinware.
of land at:Sebastian, Indian River known ; a thorough overhauling, sailed Crockery
Il r (t; i9' as the Clnclnnatua Farms, died at /r>::10 for Miami, Tuesday afternoon and will WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

/LTE o'clock' on Sunday afternoon, at his late be placed on the run between that place' .. .
JACKSON VI 1'ALM BKACH residence on Mound avenue, Norwood, and Nassau,toays the Times-Union. and UNITED STATES COURTS. --- -- - -- -- --- --

ST. AUGUHT1NK.1 Ciriclntiatl. The Immediate cause of Citizen. MotI L;
death was dropsy, with which he had The Cocoa has 1 been entirely refitted Lesley <& o
been aflllcted( since !last November. Up and epalred, and( Is now practically a
..THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,. to that time he had been receiving many new ship. The work was done In a thorough Abstracts of Title
friends dally" at his residence and in con- manner by the Merrill-Steven Engineering (Successors to LOSLET RENAKER CO.)

Brewing. Asso's.l"amrJIIH versation with them manifested the Company all the machinery I Furnished to !lands Ic Brevard and Dads Brandies Rums Gins and Whiskies
and Domestic Brands of
keenest Interest In affairs of the world. having been repaired, the woodwork repainted Foreign Wines ,
Early Sunday! morning the attending/ and re-varnished and an electric Counties.We .
Rfc. Louts.. Keg and Uot. physician, I>r. )Henry McGrcw, notified lighting plant Installed. Every portion Bottled Beers, Ales and Stont.

tied Ho..r. tho family. that death was at hand. Maj. I of the ship Is fitted with electric' lights. A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tables.
Bold by Minn.Ixmley .'1< Motlow, Russell had, sunk into a semi-conscious The staterooms contain new features, ;
Tltimvllln, Klit... condition, from which ho was never to and the ship U a floating palace. About I have a large list of Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given;\ to mall
r By Mr II. 1.. Mm low, Cnnrm. Fla. awaken. ,, $35,0($/) has been spent on the vessel ordure Cash must accompany your order LOS LEY & MOTLOW TItusvllle, Fla.

By .Mr. W .1., 1'laruo Flanker' ,Pla.Oxxw onIon Although a man of modern tastes, Capt. Munson a well known pilot Is In ZLA.. ILT ID S, .. .. .. .
tale --------------
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command and will - -- ---- -
of Cocoa remain
Major Russell had all the good things of ,
JOSEPH ZAPF life, and nothing made him happier than with heron the regulatrun.When Protect Your
doing some kindly act for' 1111 unfortunato. the ship left the wharf and owned by ourselves and clients. Price INSURANCES FIRE
For the past year he had nut plowed down the river she was salutedby Property Against ,
x Sole Agent. 'been able to attend actively to his duties the .steam whistles of all tho vessels. for unimproved lands $3.00 to $100.00per
as President of tho United :States PrintIng mills and machine shops along the line, x..XG-ElTJSrXJSrG-: : to :1)d OYCLC>JSrES.: :

010 to (020:/ Went Bay Street Company Ho had, however, directed and the goodbys were heartily returned acre. I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and tho Mutual Life
Its olfalrs from his homo at Norwood The nl>IP was gaily decorated with buntIng for Bonds of the
Insurance Company. Am also' Agent Surety City
whore all the time he had been and presented a neat
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. nearly appearance Co. of Pa.
Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Philadelphia,
WE have few Residence Orange I
confined to the house. The Cocoa was formerly the Spanish vessel a ,
He was. a kindly, genial\; man, fond ofa Argonauta, and was-captured In the For Rates Information, etc., call on or address CIIA.S. S. SCUUYLER' ,
JOHNSON LAW! COMPANY !good! story and a good song He was a late war with Spain.SKKIN'THINUS. Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable Titusville Fla." '

member 'of tho Cuvlor Club, and for ----- locations. Prices Reasonable. w'.. -- -
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many years waif tho most active Mplilt In ATNIOIITornight-
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EDISON LALANDE organization. In poll HUM Mr. Russell mare In. a common result of Indigestion INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
was olio of tho most uncompromislugof You can't ex!poet good sleep' with a bar
SAMPSON NO. 2 Republicans lie would not vole f TITUSVILLEand
/ stomach Dr. Loyal Dyspepticide, OFFICES TITUSVILLE FLA.
fur Democrat undur ciiciimstancuxAlthough 1 llAMI. ( ,
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and DRY BATTERIES any the new remedy makes a sound stomach
fruijutMilly,I Impoi timed. u. lull: that digests perfectly. I* prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention

FOR GAS NOISE IGNITION. tor omen no elit aye decliiuil.Mr. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use.!! :Fair dealing 'Is my motto.T. .
J'UMH"JlI"I\V..II a widow and IhroudiuiKliUiin East Coast Meat Market
T.
Alaty R., who of V, J. Hitch CITY BEAUTIFUL. WETMORE Proprietor.

elur of Nutwood wife ol 1II. ..
funny --- -- ----
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Ufiliiiidxe' of New Yui k; HulHii wilts Ol The visit of an AnvocATK reprewntntivn O. DUREN, Agent.
I1. K.: Litiiizuou.' of {Jlnclnci.nl, 0., sad to the above ]place the flint of the rte- 4 ...For Prices On...
two nuns, W. W. KlINHull. ol Amxt, Y., will, G. G. 1'111..11.. or boLmnliuii. making Improvements at this charming --.

Kin.' resort. )He[ certainly Is a live, progressive z ,n, ryty = Lrd-.x7-areI
Deceased! was well and favorably \ man, for he hits' built a tine hotel- : !
I known to tlio editor of the ADVOCATE, the Colonnades; erected a pier out Into &::to:> '
and. we much regret to learn of his (/death the ocean ; built a pavilion for dancing/ =
&::to:>
and other amusements made good roadt -' 4 I : I Crockery

rl ki Don't throw away your money buying and boulevards to the ocean, built numerous --o ,
b'k mtent medicines. Dr. Vincent's iiilvlci residences, and a big store, light
alone Is worth a /gallon of "euro all"stuff. ed City Beautiful with electricity and is _O:.: t6 cn Tinware,
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: Write him at Jacksonville now about completing a large and com- = ..-
modious residence for himself and wife. -
) Too much praise cannot be /given\ Col. -cn 6-e=3 ]FIB 1' TESS: andWRITE ,' TYIES: .

FLA. EAST COAST RAILWAY. Post and his wife for their untiring en- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.Gcorge TO
orgy In bringing a wilderness In'o so de-
Full line of Electrical PAST KllKIOirr: IIEIIVICIt.0 lightful resort Beautiful.
Supplies / a as (Jlty Daytona '
JOHNSON LAW OO. ''\'' beg<< to announce I that, taking" ef certainly is one of the most beautiful Peoples... :TAS.: FEIrI'Oa.A.ED:: : :: : &; SON

3 & 01 W. Forsyth St. Jauknonvllle Fla. feet( Apill II, a fast freight service will and plcturequve towns along the Box 212
he liiinigurated between Jacksonville and East Coast-with Its fine avenues and

Miami l hy tho operatloi of two fliRt residences, Its superb roads" for driving/ OlilOlbion ...fP It" I.bnlldluK FLORIDA.
HOTELS BOARDING HOUSESAND 'iclght trains. No. 201 northbound, and and wheeling, and. Its well-kept liver\ door CarrlltJle. next lllOIlllldlt TITUSVILLE -
to
front-_and City Bountiful Is a noble -
No. :W.i 1t'"lthbo..nd. ... barber .shop.WaehingWnAve. ----- ----
OTHERS, Train No. 201 will leave Miami' oil adjunct to 'It. There is a !good future In TlTUSVILLB FLA,

Tuesdays> Thursdays' and Saturdays ul mute fur both these places. I Tlnsralthtng, Roofing Gutteringand S a Chas. 'A. Gardner,

midnight, picking/ up all solid\ cars of I all kinds of repair work promptly FUNITURE
vegetables; pineapples and other freight, NOTED HEALER IN TOWN.The attended to..Workifrom STOVES,
arriving at Jacksonville on Wednesdays, greatest honler' of modem times Is Hun- ,
Fridays" and l bumUys at eight o'clock nor Halve: for cuts, wounds. sores, piles down the River solicited DRY GOODS MATTINGS.THOMPSON'S, .

p.01., making./ the time 24 hours. Tliirain .. and nil skin dixeiiHes. It Is guaranteed GLOVE FITTING ,
will also handle all shipments ol B. It. Wilson & Son. '
AND R & G CORSETS.
vegetables I hat have boon picked up| by MAINHARD BROS.,
If and. Suit Fish, Oysters. BUTTE RICK
yon want Fnwh water PATTERNS
train No :30on) Tuesday's, Thursditysind
rirooiTurtineto.Ifoto.If.MFLTONWhoiu! WALL PAPER
HARRISON W. CLARK DEAD. ,
sale ami Itatall Kliui and, Oyster (''nllll"| '"" foot iS.itiirdays, at i pnln.s south of West '
of Uoeanit ,..sod. City Market, JwlmonvUle. I'la ]"ill in Itaiicl), delivering them In Jacksonville Gleaning and DyeingEstablishment SHOES KID GLOVES:
-- -- -------- on the sumo' schedule with solid Jacksonville has lost a prominent and ,
mill forwarded' on train No. 204.: fivvoiite" citizen: In the death of Harrison. TRUNKS,

Tho D..cvcJ..YUU Train. No. ''Jiin souihbuiind, will leAve I W. Clark which occurred' ?.tor day mornIng 1 12 Newnan St., Clothing! . Titusville Fla.
JnckHimvlllo at four o'clock p. 1)t. TIIOH- Apiil Dili.) Mr. Ciitik, wan. born In cleaned dyed, repjlied and prellHed.JACKSONVILLE.FLA. S a a
.TuckHoiivUlo
>
Wont Ht
Hay days'rhnrwobtysstud'.. Saturdays handling I Ji km>iivllli> lu Ib5j/; IInII".I. up to the .
KINK all solid'''' cars from" local stations, and. I lime of his. deal. been closely Identirled .
nix| nil perishable. freight, when loaded with his nttHve city in her every Interest- Don't
Wines Liquors and Cigars. solid for loon, ) st.itionH, l Miami Key( lie was l twice iipiuliiie|' l pon'miier of rJL"lio' rJ "h..en 'Vhy Forget...
West all.IIII"'llIm.. arriving: at Miami on Jacksonville, Hiulng' 'level.inil'H, two
Anheusor-BuHch Extra Palo on Draught '\Vt'.ln"'MdIlY"' Fridays and Huudnys at 1Jrcliick terms, which otlicu) lie held to .the satisfaction -- Iti! ..That we carry a stock of...
noon connecting with stuiimeis' of others and l (lie credit of him WHY KILL YOUR MOCKING BIRD I
Lunch
Fine Cold Solved
Dully.' for' Key West and' Havana Hailing On self At the time oC his. df.itu, h.. wa a with stale fold when' you can Furnitur
The best of Service: and u .ploiumnt' quietosort. Furniture
these metnlior of thu linn of Uairn. & Clunk Southern Home. : Bird
busy t the Mucking ..
JOHN F. MUNCH, Mgr. Our connections beyond Jacksonville Mr. Claik was also( among/ the first to food fresh every dIY at :..1)0J..r; \ 11.>. ; sent .
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will arrange similar fast freight service beooine IntereHled. Floild.i" phosphate anywhere lOu( extra to pay freight. I I I II I Which con alns goods which are strictly
"JUST FAR ENOUGH NORTH" connecting with those trains, which will and wa, up lo the commencement of I..i i u"efllllla well 1 as articles which are both
ENJOY YOUR'KU.MMKIt ODTINa ATqpIHOTEL enable vegetable\ and pineapple glowers his last \Illness, president of the Excelsior WHY II 11 1 suiTor from CHILLS & FEVER, I useful and ornamental.
to got their products, to market, quicker. I'liiiHphato! ", Company: vice-president when you enn get a bottle of yrI
VICTORY. than In past seasons of the High hpiiugsPhoHphate Company, Tbom.is' Chill unit! Fever 'Toulo guaranteed We have also a beautiful' and complete

,j:t-ln-Hay IsleLAKEtCR1E1r (J. U. J.'IOYI, besides being/ connected with various to cure for 60c. i line of Millinery, Dry Goods, Notions etc

> Asst Uun'l Freight Agent other I huHinoNA enterprises. He was a "utYer fl'om a uplifting HEAD. .5 .
.. WHY ac
...., ","., .." .... Th* World's J. 1'. llECKXViril, lineal descendant of iho Wadaworth family ACHE, when yon can get a bot. '' -, I ii -iii; John R. Walker,
'l, IiiirireNt inoHtcliitriulnir Trallia Manager. -a that made at and
,. r family history tie: of Thomas' Head.iche Cure, that willcure '
,1.0'''': k1iit TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
111111- -
since the. Revolution. In short order for loo.II. .
.ner hotel Cad: l, HAVE YOUR J DEALER order ---------
you one -- -- ---- -- -- -- -
ore water no miMiiiltiwat| "Ilitlf. boating, R. THOMAS( -
] l :: :: : : of band
iHhlng hatliliiic dancing aatstornun-sauen- Avory's high-wheel garden PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FIT- Chemist La Villa
: DrugglHt. Pharmacy.
wants:221! aura. tnminieraiitei lawn, nurvlae and miitlnA hnnil and,...niiNiiriknml nritheHtra| j t Plows from the Florida'' Hardware Co., tings boilers. pumps, iron pipe, windmills Jacksonville, ..Fla.Fur GAY BROTHERSL-'
All white lervantii. Ittium. fj.no ti> >ft.iKI. ) per day state ugoiit.! tin rooting, and metal work.
10 M> to ft2A weak oliftuti rate..Inne : workmen
family Competent ; plumbing material
3i> to 8ept.: IS.: Iles.tihii' ; fiililnr,eta., hv mull..AihlruxH ; hand., Sale Cheap.The .
constantly on
T' W. MoCraary, Oon'I'Munagnr, TO PROTECT FRUIT TREES.
7'Jot Monroe Htrtint .r..U.lII1IU.. : Oho. II. FERXALD, sloop Golden Rule large: and.
After June. INC, rut-ln-Hny--,Ohio- The past week has been a red letter Sanford, Fla.Ileturnttil roomy; 40 ft. long 11 ft. beam; cabin 21 PALATKA, FLORIDA. GROCERS.

weak In the history. of the Mo 'Parian' ft. long 10 ft. wide, by 8 ft. high. Every
II Ay a crop of Early' Vegetables, Fruit Protection Company Titusville, from .it Crulnfl. convenience for water. Good chance to

l oranges, Pines, eto., to ship ? note orders for tents and shed covers got; a party boat, cheap. Apply to iVe make a Special Feature of our
We can use your consignments to advantage. laving been received than at any time Commodore II. U. Mace and his brother Mrs. GEO. COOK

Wo will\ please you. Stencils on sine the factory started. Among the Mr. 1 K.: II. !\Mace also Mr. B. T. Bell, Titusville, Fla. Mail Order
large orders are those. of Mr, Washington of New York, who have been on a cruise Department.
application. Correspondence solicited.. Connor, a prominent stockbroker of New is far as Palm Beach In Commodore's If In poor health consult Dr. Vincent,

KAISER BROS., York, who owns a largo grove at New house-boat Edna returned to Titusville Mohawk building, Jacksonville, Fla. Knowing how difficult It is in some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES
Wholesale Commission Merchants, Smyrna; E. II. Brewer and J. II. Wyeth yesterday. afternoon. They report a CnEAP. families can send ns their orders with the assurance of having them lied
Knox vlllo, Toun. of Winter Pink ; Dr. II. A. (:Coleman of very pleasant ti me on the trip, and also For Sale. promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory.
Mandarin; F. Fuller, of Sat Mateo, a at Palm Beach. !Mrs\ rtl. O. Mao, mother We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida and have
wealthy brewer, of Brooklyn N. Y.; and of the Messrs. Mace; and Miss A. M. 14 acres choice land, at Georgiano many articles not usually found 'In other and smaller houses. ,

CANCER CURED at HOME. ids. Charles It. Muirell: of Apopk.i.f Munsoy their cousin, returned with fronting Indian and Banana Rivers, partly itr SEND FOR OUR PRICE LI .T.
Other orders have come from II. 11. \Vliii- hom.; The ladles are guests of the cultivated 1100.00; terms to suit.
erington.IV.. II. liond, S. W. Itldrldgo Indian River\ hotel while the gentlemen Address __ _.__ __n __ ___ _
NO icxin, :NO PAIX.Rontl mil. J. 1 K, all of James remain the COURT -
billing Apopka; on boat which will, probably, I.AND BUCKMAN '
fur free book Add roes.. .aughlln, jr., a largo. Ironmonger of be hauled out on Nelson's ways' todayto 22 Hogan St., Jacksonville Fla. E. .A. WAD -ALT .,
Cancer Sanitarium MttHburg, 1'11., whose grove Is at Xoll- receive a coat of paint The Edna

I1ELLEVIKW, FLORIDA wood; It. S. Slotlow, of Tltusvlile; and will then be placed I In the water again.Kzerullv the most peculiar and tnterest- Miami City and Dade: County _
C. U. Knott, of i>t. Augustine. GvorgoW. --- VISIT
Moyer of Gainesville has sent in a ing sight In America . .
Commute' Meeting.
large order for Irrigating hone a Real
now Estate Bureau.
THE FLORIDA.OSTRICH .
I" ti: NEAR & TAYLOR, ranch of Industry which the company The Executive Committee of the Democratic
Is now engaged In. Tl.e total amount of

-a ;l!;:. Artesian Well ,''I.I heso I !( I tents recent exclusive'orders of aggregate orders: for nearly chemically meet at Titusville party of llrevard Saturday" ,county April HUt will, Farm -A select list of-
iijyli for the
puipoHuof calling/ convention,
; .. "I treated cloth.
i r
: which shall elect delegates): to the State: : :DUJ-'" 13iS4ealylle: .
Iroper
": J CONTRACTORS The company has also entered. Into acontract ty: ,
I J'I\I I to furnish large but ding now and Congressional conventions, naming JACKSONVILLE.
precinct committee' and attending/ City Lots, Fruit and Vegetable Tracts of all sixes for
4 1ft:1") In process of construction' with fancy Investments. Prosphate and
: Eau Gallle, Fla. awnings, mildew and wateiproof. There) other business which may bo necessary.All .
ORANGE GROVE LANDS West
on
Coast.
members are requested. to attend.T. .1't' ',"'
should be a large) demand for awnings Jn
V MOORE chairman.K. 1f'
Florida' dining the summer For Correspondence enclose stamps. Agent for
Chnngo in Precinct) >'o. 1<>. 1) llArr.Kiisoy:'!, secretary. s ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS .

There Is but one Chronio Dineaso spec- -- ---- Fertlllzora, Chicago, 1,1.,
On motion It Is ordered!, ns the voters BUILDING MATERIAL BRICK Chicago, III.
alist of note .u Kloild.i' ; -Dr. Vincent of LIME Avenue D. over Bank, MIAMI
of precinct No. 17 wish to be joined to ack onlllo.Vilte him for symptom cement, cypress. lath, doors sash FLORIDA.
precinct No. 10, the boundary of precinct blanks. blind., hardware and paints. of every ,
JVo. 10 will, in the future, be the following description at very lowest p'rlces. ,Ri1 :: :
MIMS: : : :: : :Tr.: :
: To begin at the northwest corner LenilttMooea. :Matin t<. Kant C..M.t Counties Quick shipments. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
of Section 110:! Township 3U south flange bY' .h. State Ta.....ur.>r. GEO. II. FKRXAUO.Sunford: -DIIA.LEUIY-: .

41 east, running east to Atlantic ocean, Fla.
thence southoanteily along the shore to The State Treasurer has remitted to
the south boundary of llrevard County; the several counties their proportions of CHURCH -
thence went to southwest corner of money received from the redemption! and NOTICES. =a
Township 37 south, range 40 east, thence slllo of tax: certificates during the monthof '-S- f>-
north to northwest corner of same town- March, as follows: Brevard, $::10. Oi; Rev J. A. Hughes has been spending f>->>
ship; thence east to northeast corner of Dade, *lH!>.Q3; Duvnl *.......18; Monroe a few days In Burtow this week, attending CT> crexQ <:>
same township, thence north to the pointof .)ini>.3l; Orange, *SO5:
beginning. St. Johns, i'7.ai: ; Volusla, $57.G1. Divine Service In St. Gabriels Church, most.high.weifrhlnic egf*.oetrlch' 2l\fl1O lttkng too pound and" baby web.cwtrlctte Ostrich <= U feaaV/lV/ -=s s J:=::2k +

---- 'ltuaville, on Sunday, Easter day by Juet batrhail. .
\ Brt JSlkB _*"-
J3T: Readi..? notice ads on this page ASH, DOORS AND BLINDS Florida Archdeacon B. F. Brown at 11 a. m., OiiMe*all escort about visitors the birds through, tu.: ir tile....18.farm habits wUlolnn ta. .t

are lire cents per line per week. Hardware Co., Jacksonville. and at Eau Gallle at 7:30: p. m. ptuuwxe. etc- ALSO GENERAL REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS, BLACKSMITHING ETC.