Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: April 20, 1900
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00068
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS Judge; I). T. Viuldeu )paid a visit to MAY DAY AT COCOA. MARRIAGE AT CITY POINT. THE LAWN PARTY.The good) word and a sfullo for everybody'
Jacksomlllo\ the, first of the week. still keeping up Its reputation, not only
for its good< And Topics of General Interest.! -Do not fail to look through our The first minimal May Day tournament On Tuesday evening nt eight;; o'clock /grounds, of time Indian\ River hotel l. conifottnblo anti' clean beds, ; and, being

advertising columns and profit thereby.! of the Cocoa Gun <:1111111\ bo hold 1011 hlr.'L'" A. Robinson, of City Point wasnuitrlef Tltusvllle 'looked p.tlto gay on Monda; centrally located. In limo business. part of
1 and the committee for [ I to Miss JIUI'I1"0 Sharp evening It being IIin occasion of a lawn
-Mr. K. I.. Brady of thin place hall Tuesday May oXaMhvillo. / town U a )popular resort for limo commercial
. Society and General In connection been In Jacksonville same l IIC as follows: J. M, Sanders, pres Tenn., till liov. J. F.. Mlckler\ party glvou under/ limo auspices uf the traveler.Manager .
with Ble..yiie may Luke "'...tltlndl..n. this spending week. a day or so Iclt'ntVn; ) Hindi, and Kdmutid. slm- of Tltusvllle, ollichat: Ing. Tho weddlni. Indian River Band. Tlieio" were. tent

llaimim and Halifax Itlver, Key V.-.t rounds, secretary and. treasurer. There took plarout Ilieieddcncumof t Mr. J. D. for refreshment! fortune telling/ nmml 1 Morritt: [ of Hotel l Rathbun lIutol

mid all other Important Point tilting I the -:Mr. Harry Walton, of the Haulover, I are ton interesting events on tho program Matter, dry Point nod' there were other things/ dotted about the ground has sovvied bis. connection With
Knit Const or Florida llrlef mention of has been spending couple of days In which may bo obtained of I ho about lOt() guusls present. Among these Tho t.< 1\8' which were kindly loaned. for Plaeldo, and now runs tlio former hotel

interesting. Kvent 11'011Va.I....", 1'nrt town this week. secretary; from out ot townero: 51 r. W. !t. San the (s'c.taiun by PresidentV.. 11. Mo. only llnsincHH at this hotel has Improved .
the World About People You Know All shooting will be under Ammloitn ,h'ltlallll family, of Indlanolu. ; Mr. J. M Failand' of the Fruit Protection Com very much of Into, and quite a great
of | :Mr. Dick Glll"ln has returned to
You Don't 1now-1'Irked! Shooting Association mien, and 1 will boat Sanders and! family and )1 rll. W. G. I'.it- puny. The tents-with the blight moonlight .many: prominent people from all points
and people from where he !huts
Our Society Editor "...I..l..rKa..l..rr Tltusvllle Miami blue rocks thrown from aMagautrap. teiKoii and, M..n. CC'IIII'11'; : and Mrs -niudu a very pretty seuno on the of limo United Stale, have been stopping
by been several months.
up noatlered along the In sweepstake events moneys will\ bo (;00. K. :)1111'1.,11\11.1 children. of Delan.I' I ; banks of [Indian Itlver. tllI'I','. Manager' Morrltt\( Is now In full

of Correspondent Comet of Florida. Judge M. S. Jones has returned l divided 50, ::10) and 20! per cent and nil Me..Krs. I D It. l'i'Hclianl' cud\ J. (J\ Junes Dining. I lie ovenlug the bund played chamgeollhit/ I I Kathliiiii' 1fr,1)alton-as,
East from his tilp to his orange grove which lies\ will bo divided. In tho inciciinflle and MlssMallloLull!! of Tiuinvllle; .and scver.il, soleclloii of lino\ mimic, while IOplIl'lf"lln| ( a former' Ismioof tuft Ai>vo*

THE ADVOCATE, ho reports I In lieu cuiulitloa.CAUPEXTEK prize events nil lies will "o'.h..t.otT- Mss r'lo.) Martin, ot ColiiiiilniM, O. IMot-diinuis Gro. M. Kobblim U m. 11.UI'O C'\ VK having gotio north.

"miHH. and nut." Tho tournament, rate Thu<< g'1'oom1111 attlit'tl too conventional \\ II. J nil. Piltcliard, U.r', Kliode, Hotel Buckingham, St. Augustine
In advance. Jt um I< 'IS Main street
$1.00$1.50 per" six annum months, '. Tltn"vlih'IIin.llc 1 licsli meats of all, of two rents. per target will pievnll and black stilt. while the bride looked, I.. C, llinntiing anti W. II. \Vaddell/ did ilimbing under the management of Mr.\ Geo. C.

to foreign countiles. kinds. Give them orders. the enhance to prize events will bo the '1'11 1 e<('hlll min/l/ In a gray cloth dress. I Ii mm at units In I lint l"u.ol'l1InIHil Howe, cloned for t tho HOIIMOU un !Monday.
$2.00 per an. jour pi Ice of targets; only Shooting; will Tl>4 1'1I11ul' nun hall of the lexldonce, cake "....Ihll. Thu! guests. of the ovoiilnj : Tht I III a very popular house, allllt bait

Governor W. D. Hloxhnm has appointed begin> ah I) a, in., anil rcfieidimenU, mina.) wlieie.' the nuptial' knot wus tied, wits also dui, | !good Justice to the lemonade, boon well palioiilzud tho past winter.It .

KIT" Reading notice ads are ten cents Mi.C.. H. Rooks, of White City ammunition can be piounrid ou the beautifully decorated. wi ,h i muses, llllieH which was ably dlnpeimcd, by "Uvbeeci [ wit frequently' full to overflowing,

per)line on this page. :State:; Commissioner of Immigration.; /grounds.This 'emu, evoifii'Vens" etc., anti preituntrdgnlto ( at I th.. Well," who wits lepiemMited byMHH and many could not bo accommodated.Manager .

-Mr. J. W. Bruner, of Georgians; -Editor T. of the Miami tournament Is given; In lieu of the a f dry scene After lec.clvlng mhohearty | Emmii Wright In \plcturosiiio'| costume Howu hit* lonsod tho Larkin
was among the recent callers at this News Byington, until Wednesday annual May Day' picnic and regatta/ that vongnitiilutlons of their, iiiimer house Wnlolt Hill, It. L, which will\ ho
oUlce. spent from Tuesday Cocoa )has been accustomed to ;giving in OUH friends, light\ refreshments were Mr, nnd !Mrs. "'. H. McFnrhind I 1 were randy to receive '"l11merCIIOlltll/ on tho
in town, and gave us a pleasantcall. recent yeais.' The prizes offered In tho served to which ample juslluu was thorium also present' to urnn o time guests. Mr.McFni'land 'loth: of J lillO.
-Mr. W. R. Ilarhey, a well known' programme are of sterling quality In Tim "1 Ido has taught sphool at City ) made! a neat little spnooh,

bussness man of Miami wag In town the -Mr. W. II. II. Olcason of Eau Gallle; every particular, and are offeied for con Point dining the pllHt slit winters nn
first of the week. and Attorney W. I. Metciilf of West test by tho merchant mind, dllziMis otCoooii has rondo. herself quite popular by hoi fow dimes lulling fortunes. Shu also with Mr.( Chus. A. Men I it, In
callers and I under the genial rhnmclerUtlcs and I Is mytlllud those by tho 1111111101' \- the Hotel Ratlibun cigar stand and 1 billiard -
-Capt. M. M. Ramsey, of Lotus who Palm Beach were pleasant at vicinity, auspicesof / ; huotr..m/ present easy .
the Cocoa Gnu which unanimously old and of that In which she dC..CllllolloVI'I'ylhllll 1'00111. hue vacated thntpoltlon, and
has been on a trip to DeLand returned this office on Wednesday. Club an populIMeUler : vlllago, (
III I lu full of thu olllae of this
extends to nil shooters a mont where lie owns nn orange/ grove her husband 1 took hold of. Mrs. 1\1011'1\1" now vhargo
home on Tuesday.Rev. -The Rev. S. D. Palma well known ','CUI'/ihl'llnvlrull"n to be present and. participate The ,presnnts. were nemennmand linnd- land was blindfolded at the time. cozy hoHtelry In Jacksonville. Thl
W. N. Chaudoln of LaGrange and popular divine from West Palm tlieniMelven with Ice iKmlllou, whit formeily held by Mr. J. II.
) lu the di fervent events scheduled, some, but space will not permit us to llavliig regaled, ) '
until Monday with Beach, stopped over here from Monday ',ItOIl.! 11 II'. Colin ha* been connected
spent from Saturday: and any others any one wishes tour (give a lint of them. CI'ellm. leinouado and cake many of
friends at Seabreeze.Mr. until Tuesday on his way to Sunford.Mrs. : range. The ADVOCATIC joins their many friends those present wended their way to time with time Ralhbiin. hotel dace the opening -

received In the and 1 house wheio the evening's nniiiHO- and ha* been great favorite among
F. C. Wright district passenger Geo. M. Rubblns recently wishing! happy pair every joy Opera ,
time traveling public through his oblig-
agent of the F. C. & P. Railroad wall a very flue Columbia bicycle ns Judge; M. S. Junes paid 1 a visit to prosper Ity ment wa concluded by a dance the ing and gontloiuany deportment.\
in Ormond on Monday.Mr. an Easter present from her husband. Cocoa yesterday Indian River Band 1111\\>\>1.1) Ing the miislo

Naturally she feels quite proud of so nice To He Mwrrleil.Mr. Mamiger J. G. host kindly lent the The Hotel Police de Loon gardnors,
J. M. Randall, of Boston ono of a -MUs M. Bellows." who has boon hotel grounds for tho occasion ; au
our popular East Coast winter visitors, gift.Mr. teaching school at LaGrange the past among the ladles who assisted. In getting luivt planted. nnmbur of cabbage )palmetto
is spending a week or so in St. Augus and Mis.\ J. E. Ingraham and winter, left here yesterday, for Dan- and Mrs. J. S. Stewart uf Stand- up the law n party were the following/ tree In thu west /ground of the

tine. daughter and :Mis. II. M. :Shades of St. burgh Ga., mind Chattanooga; Tenn. std, 1<'1'1., hnvn, announced I Ibo intended I << Mesdamus\ Geo. 11. Robbins, Wm. MIliowu hotel. Thl portion of tho ground I lit

-Miss Annie paddlsonl\fter a pleasant Augustine; who had been on a trip to Aichdeacon B. F. Dl'nwn11I hold maim "migo of their daughter 1\lIllI.le. to W. II. Waddell, L. U. Biaiiiilng List being tiausfoimed! Into beautiful
vui ions places In Dade county: passed Mr. A, K. Wilson of Tltusvllle Kht. t I.
K. W. Rhodes Jns. >
and another
visit of a week or so with tier oilier, divine services on Sunday next, ut 10:10: i palmetto grove, by Hunuoii
through Tlt'iBvillc' Saturday last en on Wednesday,' next April the 2lh, "S WLudwnril C. S. Schuyler gild I thoMlHses
..Mr. Geo. F. Paddlson Eau Gallle returned a.m., In St. John's chinch, Eau will bo bolter adapted thai ever before -
route homu.Mr. IUIKI.) M I', Wilson as foreman: of the Emma; Wilght J. Brady Auulo 1'iuUII-<<
to Titusvllle on Saturday lust. Gallic and at 7:30:: p. m.. at Melbourne) for thootlllrn/ ( partlu and tea
-! and Mrs. J. F. hathaway anti Monday evening at 710:: In the liaptUt ADVOCATE has proven himself lo be uneneigeilo .011. Venltla Mini, Jeaiinottu anti I Ethel given each 8011..01by. \ the guests of
-After spending; the winter mostly of Boston and Intelligent newspaperman Wilson Alubol Suliuyler and LouUo of tho
Mr. AndII'S.! Chas. llaskiiiH church, )Fotl'lurce. the hotel homo tree planted
between Miami I'alm Beach and St.: Mass, after spendiug' several weeks at and thu entire ADVOCATM stall Brown. are between thirty and forty feet Inheight.
Lucia Com. and Mrs. F. D. Hugliett have Hotel Ormoud, have gone to Havana There will be services In the Presbyterian unites with\ his many friends In wishing" Tlio net proceed from the lawn parly '

returned to their home In New York. and other points in Cuba. They will church, Sunday' April 22; as follows him a long life of connublill bliss. Mr. amounted to #.ll.0.: (;
New York. : Mindxy school at 11:15 a. m., Wilson leaves for "htunditid till the 5'IO:: The lad of the series of Saturday night
been to -- -
!Mr. Geo. W. Gibbs who has return by steamer -- ----
preaching! at 11 a. m., subject! "The train, Monday! moinliig. water sports took place In the onsloo last
spending a. couple of days In town, returned -Col. W. R. Anno of Miami's EASTER ON THE EAST COAST
one Kunk, of Heaven! ; song/ ant praise service Saturday nlirht.nnd conaUleilnir the latonosnof -
to St. Augustine, on Saturday.We well-known and prominent I legal; I lights t; at 7:10:: ( p. m. the HOIIMOII; ., wn exceptionally! well
hope to see him here more often. In The Indian Itlver (InwnU HI.I'Mitd..d..
who is a referee in bankruptcy, was > Easter was appropriately oolobrntedthroughout attended. Tlio event In the pool wore,
-!Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tomlinson and town from Tuesday until Wednesday! In -Mr. B. T. Bull vicecommodoreof ( tho State. Thu Jacksonville its uIII"I. very good and Interesting anda

:Miss Tomlinsun who have been spending connection with\ the bankruptcy cano of the !good I ship, Edna, of New Yoik bath' The Indian KlverOuardu, At Tltusvllle ohiiiche weie beautifully decorated with groat many 'puoplo spent, the evening

the winter In St. Augustine have Mr. W. H. II. GleaHon of Eau Gallic. was In Indian HervedTakIiig River from Impromptu his row boot, having fallen below limo rciptlidto number buautllully ducorntod with' (lower, and! dancing on Limit upper tloor. Manager

returned to their home In New York -Mr. R. W. Glndintr.. general agent/ dm Ing the stormy, weather of yesterday' of men at two dllYeient Inspections.AdjiitiiiitrGenmnl some eloquent nerrnon were delivered Taylor ha had a very suooeful season,

city. freight and! passenger. depnitment.; of the morning. Nothing serious happened bo- Houston[ has I issued Irons. the various pulpit St. Augustine; which terminated thl week with the following -

-Attorney VV. I. Metcalf and! II. B. Monon Route, whose headquarters! ) Rio yond the wetting, which Mrs. M, U. MUCH general orders No 12, disbanding' the a* usual, pioxented no unliiiatod. appeur- event: Monday night with an

Saunders, of West Palm Bench were in at Thomasvlllu (Gn., passed through and :Miss A.1MIIIIHey.[ of New York Bouipany. milieu The cathudrul' wa lavishly decor.! Easter( bull; Tuesday with II comedy and.

town a couple of days or so, this week here Wednesday! on his way to Miami and a few others were eye-witnesses of. A company has been organised: at Miami Hied with waving palm and bright How.er farce by tho Casino Company ; Wednesday
attending to law matters before .Judge to look after some shipments of pine wild' James' '1'. Saunders its C.II>tulll, *, while the McthodUt. 1'iesUyterlaii: ; night with water sport'

M. S. Jones. apples. which has been mustered' Into service of JCplscojial' nnd Baptist ohnrclio fairly Manager J. G. Bast, of the Indian
On a Fluhlng CrnUe the State, and will take) the place' of the) glowed with exquUitely IIlIte.II'oselillucI
River with bill annul thistrlbutud
/ hotel custom, -
Master Ernest Keyworth since Ms of Hockle.llt' -
-Capt. Benj. W. Jerome Indian River Guards, us Co. L. second graceful foin*. In Miami the I placopRIcJlIIroh thu \little folk of the
11.1'1'1 val from ;Mel.! to be this among
Baltimore seems has been In town a few days
regiment. olliou. III
The Earlo of Warwick Lord IIpl'l>ertYl1ne.Tempt.t out-claud any of tlio t..wn. who mlliud upon him at the hotel
friends town. He
making qnlte a week having/ his launch thoroughly I and Mr. It. lieU Oakley the brilliancy and profusenes of Its olllcu bountifully colored egg and luclou *-
and his mother of Mrs. 11. W.
are to on a
guests going
overhauled preparatory of England, who have been on a visit to Oeurglana i KiM'hrit Club. ileuorutlonM. A hugs C1'01i1 of ruses and bon-Iasmts. on Easter: Sunday. A
Reynolds pleasure online with his wlfo'and partyof General and Mrs.\ W. W. Gordon, of niitldenhulr fern wa thtt gift of Mr, II.I uiimbor) of hi* little friends took dinner
-Mr.; and Mrs. G. E. Muriel of De- friends to New Smyrna Daytona Savannah.) (Ga., are now In )
Land, were among those who 1 paused Ormond.We cruising on !Mr. Perry Belmont'a yach. Knclne Club on Tuesday evening, and choice roars tho gift of .\11'11. Hurry !K.: fudging by their smiling countenance,

through! here Monday on their way to will shortly Bond out 1bill to SantanelliThey are on a fishing cruise I a most vnjoyiible time was paused} ; In 1'iittle. Tho MethodlHt met for the llrwt they moat have had an enjoyable time.

City Point, to attend the Kobloaon- every delinqiientsubsciiber to tho AltvoCATK. und hope to have good sport hauling in f"ct. no out could help having a grand I time In their handsome new church, I'liu floral' dicoratlonn: In the lobby, oftlca

Sharpe wedding.Mr. : Pleasci) look nt I he nameanddate tarpon.A time with such a hostess' ns Mn. Wagner where union service were held to thu mind dining; room of the hotel were a.

and Mrs. G. E. Bacon of New slip upon your paper or wrapper. -even Walter had to admit having Might and I udlllcatlon of the largo cmi- nest delightfully& attractive feature .and

York, have been enjoying a visit to Hotel Singly, the amount Is very alOl\lI. but New Fruit and Vegetable Company some good l fun-and wo noticed Caps rogation/ Unit. had) gathered fur worship.. time Kn'ter dliintir of the meat nppotl/lng:

Alcazar St. Augustine this week. In the nggroga'e: It amounts to a. great Angel wan looking! very happy at Lime 1'hlll church wu nlno tastefully unit's.umsutrd order Rhode Inland milk punch anal

Mr.\ Bacon ,Is controller of the Standard: many dollars to us. Letters patent were Issued at Talla sixth lithium. \Vo know 1m iiinat have with tl''I.II1I1I.hruh. and and' lioweis, egg-uog were among/ time puUtabla', beveiuge -
fult F inhe. would have remained presenting l u most pli'imlng atlriio- !* served ; and, in fact tho two latter
Oil of HO, not
Co., and a right jovial gentleman.Mr. Commodore John B. Russell jr., haaeeeon'i'ueaday! for the Incorporationof
I there There attendanceof live; appearancu. clement of "good cheer" were free to
so long. wan an
the Fruit and
who Allapatahatcheo Vegetable
recently -
Wm. M. Merwin a prominent Harlfoid, Conn., spent Easter !>IIMIiOd'ory tpilotly lit Tltuvlllo. *- .
.. all dining the enllie duty
Home time In Tltusvllle on board his Company at )Fort Pierce, with a 2IJ: the west Hide of the itlvrr c nlilbuting Brown delivered
Archdeacon an
and well-known winter resident of Hock- :
the fact capital stock of $4IHJO() to fruits I four and Lotus. ono. The of of time lI..lTeet
ledge passed through here Saturday yacht Eleanor Is retailing| over /grow able serinon In the lcopitl| church; The poltlon manager
: ,
his daughter vegetables and stock dOIIn' lionois or lime evening/ were won by Mrs. of the Florida" Kant: Hotel
on his to Milford, Conn. He IIn1Ihe I that be is now a grandfather nursery Kev. A. 1). I'eiiny. tile Methodist; anrl : !,
may way return again In a short while Mrs Harrison of Leesburg, Va., real estate and operate steamboats and Rattle Bower, of COlulna.II'<| Walter J. A. Hughes lu tale( Prmbylorlun. System, having been recently relln'iulhid -
for his family. having/ just-piesented her husband withan other vessels. The stockholders ale Lludaberry being' a good second.Joe .. by Mr, Chu. A, Murrltt, mnnuger of

Easter gift In the shape of a fine l-l:!) Hiram Smith Williams. Wallace R. Mono hotel lUthlxio, JucUnonvlllo, Mr. Wm.

-County. Supt Jno. II. Same of girl. and E. Sidney Williams. Jrrrerinn New York. Honey Wanted. 'orttfr; ball been duly Installed In that

Cour tenay, sailed up to town Wednesday Important position fly-ilie-way Mr. Porter
moriing, for the purpose of attending -General S. J. Anderson Mr. John Cash paUl for goml utrnln'xl honey I In I Is no new hand at the above kind of
the closing exercises of LaGrange school Anderson Mr. and Mr*. Chan. Davis, FOR SALE, on time or cash all kluds Mr. Jos. Jefferson the veteran actor any unntlty.) State lowest price un work, for the AlVOfJATIClndll/ ha wan
who passed through of sewing machines. All kind.* of who has been enjoying himself fishing
and Mr. Richardson /
board Address [Lock Box 7
that afternoon. He reports It as having oars. with the Pullman Palace Car (Co., a* com-
wc"ek their from Or machines repaired on short notice "n the East Coast during; the season '
been here last on way ; pant JOlllllltowol'a.AMONG .
a very creditable affair. He expects: Utip-lmy mIMII.. at Chicago for some time. Ho
mood to gilts Island, Lake Worth, returned parts and needles furnished. Address, liiu succeeded Stuart Kotmon at the Fifth
leave for Shiloh to-day. also fur the Old Colony
to Ormond! on Wednesday except Gen- J. A. EIIICKHOX., Avenue Theater this week. For aroma wait coniinUH.iry
-Mrs.[ M. G. Mace and son, )[r. E. II. eral Anderson, who stopped over here until P. '). Box: 113.: DeLand Fla. rears Mr Jefferson ban played .an annual THE HOTELS. Railroad Co., (to!Shore their Line!) for and eight buf-
attending dining
)I\ce.: and Miss A. M. Munsey, guests yesterday morning at the Indian River engagement at thin house. After his rears,
t>f the Indian River hotel expect: to hotel. The General stopped over to see season closes this year this well 'known Mr. I'. M. Haurez who tin just closed fet car*. Later ha wall superintendentt ;
Fine Lunches.If for the B. A O.B. W.
dining WyCo.
leave for their home at New York In a his old friend Miss Ethel Coulnnt, who theater will pass from the management n 'ucce.*ful season at the Abbey hotel cars *
Clncliinattl; for three Mr.1
couple of flays .or sot stopping at St. now resides Titusvllle. of Edward Know left I Into thw hands of f, 4t. Augustine will soon open the Everett at year
Augustine and Jacksonville en route. you need a good chop, steak or any. F. Porter, who will make It a. vaudeville louie, Saratoga Spring, N. Y. Porter I I. said to bo a man fully qualified
Mr Tom Knight: of Canaveral will accompany -We are In reel pt of a copy of a monthly thing; else. in the eating line do not fall, house. Mr. Know-leu who Uone of to occupy, the above position oil the .
anti southern
entitled Paxcua Florida Tho'e our .
K. C.
publication when in St. to IVy.Hotel
Augustine go Orange
Mr. Mace to New York. After the bent managers known In time country, Manhattan'
which Is edited and published by the Howes' Lunch and reader who Intend going tG St. has had
getting the house-boat Edna. In good Oyster Rooms corner will build new theater this summer should. read Alcuzar Augustine
condition with a coat of paint etc., she pupils of that well-knjwn Institution. of of Cathedral place near the bridge.A We hope to nee Mr. Jefferson on the the loach ad.the of coming the Oriental summer hotel managml a big run of bulnes thl.llcIUlon. and 1C
will be left in charge of Mr. John A. St Augustine--St.! Josephs Academy. Ek. t Coast of Florida next winter ..UIII..11 n fair complement of guest' So
Jo I'. ( of Hotel
Mr. Greave. Alcazar
Its contributor in this Issue Is by *
Among popular haul till line hotel become, that
B. I Cure
Hughes for the Com. H. Chance .
summer. ----
4th of this l l's.Sae.
Mace and Mr. B. T. Bell will then leave :Miss Bessie Hall, of Tltusvllle who has St. Augustine on our page tupt., Knotthu* decided to keep It open

for New York. a four-column Interesting article upon For sale or exchange for Florida prop- Iresuleurdfug to the \Veatlier. until the lot of May. Manager Jo*. I'.

"Reading." We are pleased to note that erty, a handsome fruit farm In the famous Mr.( H. II. Peck who line just cloned a ireuve and Chief Room Clerk A. S.

After a delightful visit to Magnolia Miss\ Hall I III making good use of her peach belt of Georgia, consisting, Cohen Bros.' palatial and popular dry iicceHHful, winter euon at hi* Plaza\ i,oomU. who are very popular with the

Sprier Nassau N. P., Miami, Ormond time while. at tho Academy and have no of HI acres, and containing M Augustine: and Jacksonville :Mrs. doubt she will do credit to herself" and with: lilt family at the Oriental Manhattan Beach the coming
trees! Of selected' variety principally the grand display of spring and summer amid 1 lit ,
M.[ S. Sprague, Mrs. J. B. C'happotin and the Institution which has so good a rep .taYIII"1 Mr.\ (Greave will be
well-known Elberta; :JjJlJ< pecan tree In dress good now on view. Their silk & ( I Hotel. Mr. Peck! summer. manager
maid, Robert Chappotln, jr., and Miss utation. bearing! ; l'M) pear trees laid out In and wash goods are of the mont delightful remain In Chicago; u"t1IIIIrl111l\ June, I, and Mr. Loomf) \ \ assistant manager!:

I"rlhlnerlte., left for their respect avenues through: the property; 2HO'plum patterns and all the latent styles in making: occasional trip to Petoskey Mr. Atlh..r 1*. Mar h, who I lit known all

lye homes la New York city and Rochester For Halo Cheap. and I'i't apple tree*. This property skirts-In silk, crepon and pllue.| Their Mich., where be will open the famous ha "to'hMt Lord of tho Treasury," be-

X. Y., on Tuesday. Mrs. Sprague joins the corporate limits of the princi- Ideal shirtwaists are beautiful and fit Arlington Hotel' on the 2nd] of July can ., lie linndlani all the cash will return
will spend part of the summer at "The ". .id sloop Golden Rule large/ and pal shipping' town of the State and has like a glove; and the new paranoia to Iliu Hathaway 'Jnn Deal Beach, N. J.,
Homestead old borne 11 ft. beam cabin 21 Mr. Horace Share, one of the' proprietor
her fine country roomy; 40 ft. long, ; a comfortable 4-room cottage and out. great variety cannot be) surpassed Till which he hit managed very successfullyduring
at Artlena N. J., where the ADVOCATE: ft. long/ 10 ft. wide, by 0 ft. high. Every ulldngn.! It lies on a railroad and hall firm U. tile le-adlng retail dry goudbonne/ of the popular Kockledga hotel << the pant three! lIeaMonll. Mr. L. lt.Bmi .
will follow. We hope to see the above convenience for water. Good chance to Uickledgo.' was among the pii* nger' the front lurk of Hotel Alcazar
he use of a aide' track opposite' the in the State, and sell their' !gotxl at New whopaast'uithrough l Omer, ,
jovial party on the East Coast'next a party boat cheap. Apply toMr Tltiuvllle, Saturday In th vteward'sdepartment
get will a position
house where cars can be placed for loading York price. Write for samples; they occupy
Ifaven, for
winter. *. Geo. COOK I en route to New Ct>nn?
:; crate factory where all kind of will be 'lent to you free of charge, arid << at Hotel Oriental
above hotel did
Fla. The << a phenomenal
Tltusvllle manufactured be and visit leacli. The eight clerk Mr. J. C. Gray,
shipping packages are when In Jacksonville mire
For Sale, I bunl:.'eii* the pant" !Beaiion. It wa
will be cashier for Mr. Geo. C. Howe at
and ,
III Immediately opposite property. tlil. mammoth dry good palace,
For crowded<< with guests nearly all the sea-
Sale Is loaded what 0111'DnmerOlu ( ha l.arkln house: Watch Hill. R. I. TheAlcazar
Martinique Banana Roots. The true This orchard now with young you will iiire lin-1 you want. Roll and could not gain admission.
Mr.[ J. ()
banana of commerce, F. O. B. steamer at Fruit, aDd promise a handsome revenue young ladle and gentlemen( steward O'Connor
Kingston $3. per 100, or $IOMU per 10IO.CIIAX. ( A $10 two burner Blue Flame Kerosene this season. For particulars write will take great pleasure' In showing you The Placlde hotel Jacksoovllle\ under occupy a similar position ac Hotel Oiton
Ewers; : SMITH Stove with oven, bran new, for 15.AniLAIIAM B. W. SfMEKRT: anything. the new management; of C. Garvln Olio taljllnel; ] :l1r.. A. E.Twombly, time plesent
Bog Walk, P. O. FOMTKK. Duval Uotel.JackllOoYllIe. Cone: Cuos., ., assisted t by that gentlemanly chief /rental bounekeeper of the AUiuxar: will

13ap4t Jamaica W. ;. Lake Helen, Fla. Fla. J Jacksonville fla. cleric, T. F. Hunter-who always ha. a bet duly Installed a. hoiu ktii>t>er.

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WEST VIRGINIA HEARD FROM there' may feel assured of a room or berthas NOTICE. r SUMMER: FORAGE CROPS.

their wants may require. A letter to

>' A Few Pleasant Word. From a I'romlnen this oflioo will bang you sailing schedules Guardian Notice of ApplicationFor

1, cr JUaldont.CLINTON I descriptive folders and prompt! answers Sale of Iteal Kwtate.! Beggar! Weed Cleaned Seed, 35o;) _..postpaid. 23o lb.. If not prepaid.

v W. V A., April 0, 0)0.! ) i to Inquiries. This I II splendid Millet, Pearl or Cattail. 2.1o; lb., postpaid : 15c If not prepaid, Express
!: Is hereby given that I, W. O Frlnk,
Editor Indian River A dnorate : I service, and the mngnlflclent cuisine, NOTICE: & for( Huichlett MuKnider ant iUladva Mlllett\ German, 20o quart, prepaid : lOo quart If not prepaid, Express

r qTE While you are basking la the sunshine and the sweet and airy room and genera ; i Mairruiler day of April, minors, A I>will. 1900, on make thetwentvelKhth Kaffir Corn, Sorghum and Broom Corn,_ 200 prepaid; lOo If not prepaid, Express.

and enjoying the bright, warm days of ) good treatment accorded the patrons application to Honorable 1>. L. Camden bounty Rice, White Upland and Golden 200 qt mall lOo qt, $1.50: bu. Express.Cow .

hONttst'A dear old Florida, we are shivering In this. of this line makes deservedly popular' Jndire sell of at llrevard;invite County sale all, Florida or a t part for of authorityto the following Peas, Clays and Unknown, *1.00:; bu. Whlppoowllls $1.00 bushel.

so-called Southern: State, with the mer- with the visitor to Florida and the descrllwd Real Estate, belonging to said
cury below freezing, and more than one minors, lying' and being In hrevard County, CAMERON.: Seedsman
publlo generally. For any information, Florida to-wlt:
Inch of snow on the ground., and the
I trees and bushes almost breaking down and for berth reservation write or call acres Thirteen of land and",thirteen,loaated.ine-hnndredths on the north) side(1313-100)of a) 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

with the weight oflie "beautiful." on Walter Hawkins, Oenernl ,Agent, 221 tract of land ountaltilnK fortr-nve and l twothirds -
((4AK aorta. beinic tlinsotitb psrr of Lot - _._ --------- ---- ------
Illness and death
to the serious
Owing West Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla. two((2). Section 17, Township, W south, Mange 37
( r7F % of my mother In her 1-8ih" year, and Important east and Imvltig. a width of elht| and tlilrty- GEORGE :MARX. JOHN MARX.:
buslnes matters on hand, I could one-hnnrlre i e art-lew. chains. reachinganross.
not leave homo last winter to make honest Medicine for Lit Grippe. the whole IIsndfronludlan, Rivera Ilunana
my River, and bounded on the north by a tract of 1VJ.A. JBJIR <>S.
annual visit to Florida, to divide the Oeo. W. Wails, of Month Gardiner, land of twelve ((12)) nores, so'd' to S. I'. H.Jerome; ,
of !Messrs. Xnetlilng, II zle. and on the u line tll..nlulll'araliel to .
Me. nays: "I have had the worst cough: boundary Dealers In .
wood the south of said Jerome land, at a Wholesale
others However
cold, chills and grip mind hays taken lots distance of eight and thlrtv.onchundredtba'S3unm ..
through the medium of the INDIAN JivER of trash of no account 'but profit to ( ) chains. tlien-fromi bnlnu the land set. GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE.
AnvocATR I keep In touch with the the vendor. Chamberlain' Cough apart for in Id Infants h'cumudastoners.n make ,
partition between sslri Infants and Unilne !M.l'o .
people of the East Count and the move- Remedy I Is the only tiling that has done ..... Also that tract of land described as

ments of my lends. and others.Please any good whatever I have used one follows tCmmn.encing t bunk of Banana _,... 131 and 133 Kant Kay Street and 6 and 8 Newnun Street
kindly remember mo to my; : on the wont
fO-cent bottle' and the chills cold and
DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. er, sixty-one chnlus and eighteen links north of
friends In Tltusville, and rest assured I II It
have all left I JACKSONVILLE FLA.
grip me. congratulatethe south section line at tho northeast corner of ,
w am not present In person, that my manufacturers of no honest med. lot conveyed to S. Ryder, and run south sixty
Call for HIM Second Congressional l>lstrlr thoughts often wander to the old town icine." sale all and seven degriwN, west ton clmlns eliclity-four HUMS
and East Coast where I have some For by druggists along the line. of said Ryder to Pond| thence ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY
of Florida, Mt , Tuesday, spent. medicine dealers. north twenty three and a half rt>|rreeH, west
1 of the most happy days of my life. Enclosed eight chains. and eighty( liukr. thence north
May :T.I, 1INMI. I send a clipping\ that will explain slxty..even tleRrces' east eleven chains and

The Democratic I party of the Second \Itself, and show that Judge John it. Order of Publication. sixtv-elpht, links to Banana RIver,of thence ...o..tbIn"l1nderlnft \Ve are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes' and Cow Peas;

Congressional District of F'lorlil111I Cochran was defeated for the office ot All In the section river snvsntwn to a point, township commencement. twen guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want

at city solicitor at a recent elortloa..Enclose ty-six south, range thirty-seven. cast, In thaV.untyof your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will\ be pleased.
hold a Congressional convention CIRCUIT COURTF TUB: RKVKNTII.Imlh'UI \ of Klorid containing
:/ please find one dollar and lit ty ( HmvsrcU rttnt.9
; IN Circuit of In and llru- fns less. Burvcyed by C. B. :MARX BROTHERS Jacksonville Fla.
Ualnosvllle, Florida, on Tuesday, May cents to to the Florida for ton a< more or ,
renew Bubscilptloc <
my yard County. In Clianctiry. Magru.ler County tv- We only Sell to Dealers.
22 at 12 noon for the of nomin- ADVOCATE for another I foci that SurveyorW.. O. FRINK,
purpose year.
ating a Democratic candidate for Con- I cannot, do without it, nnd keep posted Andrew J. P"I..M-. Receiver, })I Order Partition to Guar dl an .,<...and Ih,."..Utah. .",..Mug-ruder....".,..". .,,1._.,.,._
the In Brothers & Company, Defendantsa Oloxiys
on Important happening
gress from the Second:! district. of Florida, ; a ; et al. to AppearOleaaon F' J. WEnD.
Florida. Hoping to be with you next Attorney for W. G. Frink. Man3-Apl20:
and to transact inch other business as. To Howard 1>. Hull, of Arlington New York
I remain
year, William !McCabe. and William Jl. Taylcr. 01
may oomo before tho convention. Your very truly, Toronto Cnnnda| Emil III.!: Court, of thn l.'niteilHtat John B. Stetson University
The different counties of the Second JohN J. JACOB, a Hyilroicriipliar's I I OHIne, Washington Public Sale.
II. eJ.1; | Julia G. furry.of New York City New
Congressional district of Florida will send York I tlia Ellsworth Tmst. Companv, of Chi-

delegates to the' convention the fol. FINANCIAL. .. .. .. ._ STATEMENT- _.n OF_ raga, Illinois a corporation I B. H. EI"wo"ll. AND BY VlUTtTK OF A T.KTTEl
)- upon- or 31J Division street. Clilcaiio Illinois; John UNDKR execntael bv W. H. H.
SCHOOLS. C. Ainnnilt and Emma C. Amondt, his wile, of "" DELAXD, FLORIDA.
lowing baslsof. representation: One delegate Glenson to the Roliblnn. Graham and fhllllnawonh
Chicago; Illinois; Augusta; P. Wattles, fKIllawoK January
for each 100 votes cant for the Democratic New York; and to parties to the ; (ompanv, acorporBtlon'
the laid
TmisviLi.it, FLA., April 8, low 81st, ism, dimly empowering thereto
Congressional candidate' at the To Hon. Alex A. Btownrt, complainant as to their names, ruIdences *. company will offer for sale 1 to the highest and
of Interest and
quantities proportionate
Clerk Circuit Court, heat bidder for rash, In front of the Court Hoeaedoor
election In 18W( and one additional dole- Sir i-In compliance. with Hnntlon 8, Chapter thinned slitrea In the In I ttie above property entitled oiiKh&suit:: I to boar- at Tltusville. FlorIda, during the legal mEIZAIIE1HfAlt t
4IHJ: Yaws of Klorlrin, we herobyalewlthyou hours of sale upon the
gate for the fraction In excess. thereof, the following lt ni>lzflil statement of all notion ., the attorney for the complainant FIRST MONDAY IX :MAY A. D., 1000,
when It amounts to fifty or more. The moneys riowlvod, appropriations' nm'la Anti warrants has stated In an aftldavlt, duly tiled his hullo,
I.Nlledlor tile mouth ending the iilst day that each of the above-named clnfendnnts are certificate Number 11.1. for .seven shares of the
counties under thin rule will be entitled. of March, A. U. 11100. resldunts' of other states ornonntrlus than the I napltal stork of the. East Count; Realty ('ompllnYi ; :
KKCAPITDLATIOK.llnlanea State of Florida' specifying' as partlanlurly as :la a corporation. of the''arvalue' of One ticevsa
to representation an follows: In treasury last report. .. .. .. .., am known to him' their respective plouea of rcsl- Oollars" per alNreanti fully 1'ald sold sharesstandlnicon
Alachiia. . .11JukeI' Total receipts during month. ... .. ... .. DIB 18Total dunes) and that the natural. iHirsonsabova nainuil the Imok of said company In the
of hi. H.I Uleason, and said
are. In his bellrf, each of them over the. age of name said Wllllnin
) .' 3Uradfcml :9in t M twnnty-ona years. Rohlilns. nralmm. nillllnirworth Company,
' SIlrovurd Total"" warrants paid. by treasurer ... Unfix Now thurefore. you are each of you, /as well as hv vlrtim of the power upon It oonfcrred hv said
i b llnlanoa, treasury .. rAM the unknown durendanVrequlrmitoappoarte. Intterof hp01hA"l1tlon. will exvoiite to the pur- 'p r J'
Warrants Imtueil April' 3.. .. .. ... ., ... 11136 lit the bill of complaint, of Andrew J. ferry, on "lm8 r an asulirnmert of .nh'l oertltlcate.ROrtHIVH ,
Clay . . .? . ::1 J U".lv..r.[ versusOleoson. UrothHrsanrl Company "' GRAHAM & CH1I.MXOWOKTH -
Columbia..t, 7Dado. I'rKmZltll aaorti'rs.BalaneetotremmryhmhroInrt a Corporation, et al., tiled III thl. Court, to ef. CO II'ASV. l.v. IFO. M. a r ai to '
i . It From Tax I ('1111";::; :county; Softool::/ : levy, i8il i.,'see Sfff 31 ace lent a partition of some tlilrtien tlioiisnnil KOI1IUNS, Pieslilont.. +
From Tax. folloctnr, pill' tax, twill. ,.. y,mfrom acres of land In :Township: 27 south, rannesiia
Duval | :
. . ,. .11 and 3Y east, In llrevsrd i aunty, Flnrlda I and tii
I Tax Collector, poll 15x, hells
Hamilton . . . . 4 "From State"" Troonnror NMlniiiptlou' of land :7'ion III enter your ap|'eur nce In said, ounce at theClerk's 1'uMlc Sitlo.UXOKtl I
Lake . . ,.a From Jounty !Hupt.! examination. foes ROil Ollloe of this court In Tltusvllla, KJnrMm
.- bookssuld .. ... .. upon the llth dav April A. D., 11XHI. except
Madison 4
.,\ the ilvrendnnts WlillHin AliK'ulie, and Wllllnin' For Both S xes.r.rhis Scholastic Year Began

Marlon . .r.,4, . 8 Total receipts . . .. ..-Ulllid II Taylor, of Toronto, Cnnaila, and the nnknownlarendunts AVn I1Y VlTlTt'E OF A T-FTTFU
Nassau.s' . 4. who are each ruipilri d, to enter sp.. ".. dated, In-cemlipr. 1HU7. October 3rd. Send, for Catalogue
irBMIZKD KXPEBDITUUES.Teachers' warance 'In our Clerk's: olllee on the Tin day of stiriiedliv W. II. II. I4leus. "u, and' duly sin10w ,
Orange) . . > }. (II I IOsceola salnrln. *. ....flSTO (Wlohn May, A. n. imm.) ring nm' In the pri'inli. I will sell 1 at pub.
. . . : . . II t' Hums, salarr. iomty inpt.( .... .. 700 It is turtlier directed that this or.'er he punished Ito! snotlon. In front of the Court House door,at College Academic, Normal, Art and Music Departments. Large, commodious
Putnam I\I) bun H Hams' traveling expenses .. :KB (Wa. with as little delay as ,may he In the Tltusrllle, Floilda, on the
.K. fltlilis. per. diem and, mileage astnnnihnr INDIAN ItlvxmAUvstara I TIUiH- Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary arrangement! artesian water etc. In-
St. 7 iMianl. .. ... 12.O! ( vllle. FIRST !MONDAY IX MAY, A. D 1900, ,

Biimter . . . . ASuwannee J. M IHxon, per, dioni I mid inllnape. BHtnetntier weeks as to the defendants. whose ''''''Ilell''o, ilurlnprtho legal hours of ale, to the, highest and soling perfect healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout ; faculty of 22:
.. tVoluHln > hoard : 400 are herein. stated to be within thH United States" ; l"eo' lilildnr for cash certitlo te Number] ./al, for
t II L \ at Bilun. in. A trained und teachers Send
Phillips repairsn'tf no in ami once a week lor etght.nuserutlve weeks ". ( experienced for Catalogue containing .
stork of the EONtCrwStit'01tv'on : .
.. 8 Milton Hrwlluy (Company ... ... ..,. (MM! to the ilufMiidants. resident la Canada: und. the three shares of the, capital under, the
Chas II statement" for F..h.l :2 (HI' + nya Address!
urknown ilofendants. J. F. FORBES
The oountle'wllllLeloct their President.
delegatesIn W"IW"'r."h. and
aws of Klorlila, nnl'l stock being l ; fully paid ,
1 It '' ..."t Jn Feb, Mar HT ,H '
It'Is further dlrearad that the clerk of thin
of the par value of deeper share, and will make .
any manner which may be doomed (ourt, within twenty days from the making of --- --
Total expenditure! .... .. ..........11IaII1It to the puri'laiHr) thnreof an "assticntiient+ of said -- -- ------ --- --
his order
do I iiost a copy' hereof at the < ourt' conferredon
rcrtlnoate accordanoa with
best by the people the : power
noting through
House door l of Krevard aunty and tlint he
said letter.
me by
party organization, ad recognized: by tho APRIL SAILINGS. send by mall. whore a copy refldencn hereof to Is each given of the In tile defendants MARIA E. STEWART. H. A. HODGES....

last Democratic Congressional convention altldavlt upon which this order Is based.I Manufacturer of
I Irene and orderud at HID Clerk's Oltlce at
9|>lmnll. .
All Democrats are Invited to partlcl The Ocean Steamship Co.: (Savannah D., IOWI. readers, when writing or calling upon ..

pate In the selection of delegates thereto, Line) has Increased! their sailings to [KAL.I Clerk Circuit, A. A. .IITFWAR'fl Co. our advertiser. to purchase merchandise.. ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable (!rates
OtUar. Tal,1 ny O A. BfBWAKT, D. C. etc., mild mention the ADVOOATR.:
those who have become Any contemplating shedding their
Including pineapples
quail- live ships each week from Savannah to or oranares or building In
fled to vote since the last election. .. -- ---- -- -- ---- any part of Florida, would do well to write\ for priers The saw mills are locatedat
New York, and sailing l1"Ylltre, Mond.iys, Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W. Hy. Lumber delivered to any

The chnlrmim, and secretary of each Tuesdays. Wednesdays" Fridays and part of the East Coast.. Address: II. A. HODGES Buffalo Bluff, Fla.

county convention will Bond to E. S. Saturdays of each week In A pi II titerswill Watches AND Jewelry. .
-- -
Crill chairman, I'alatka --- -- - -
written -
a or \ bo 21 sailings to New York In :2s!
printed of such delegates, ESTABLISHED 18SO.
copy an me days. Passengers )purchase ticks ts

elected to tho Congressional" : convention. from anyRallroad| ticket agent; and the The old established\ Watch and Jewelry business' TIlE GJLDEALIGA'1'OR "

1:. S. CHILL, Chairman.: trip Is very delightfully broken by the Bond: Lumber Co.
3' D. CALLAWAY Secretary, has removed from the old stand, 5 West Bay street,
short rail ride and two days by sea on
to 417 West Ray street, on the same side of the street, In the
ono of the palatial steamships of this Manufacturers of and Dealers in

SOCIAL LIFE AT WASHINGTON line. From New York to Savannah Travelers1 Hotel block. Established In 187:1.: Address

hero will be six sailings ouch week LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING
WASHINGTON, T>. C., April Id, 1IUO.Kilitor ) a sailing every week day. .LO"'tT'IS: : :J':: STEPHEN's.: : :: : : SIDING, ,

Iiultan liirrr JcZcwcafitrWashing ( I The Florida office, 221' W. Bay St., 417 WEST DAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE, FLA: Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange

!lon In. truly Jacksonville will have on sale for rooming and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.Saw .
cosmopolitan ._ __ _. _. ___ .-- ___ ____ ________ _____
city as It Is made up from fragments of the return travel from Florida two u-- Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at

nationalities from tho wide, wide world, thirds of the rooms of all the ships, and ...Tlie' Ideal Home Entertainer. DeLand and Titusville.
and all shades, all color, all tongues ..
anti all conditions of men live hero;,' truly will bo In position to Rive; the choicest -

mixture. Mont all are well dressed, aocomodatlons. and everyone calling .--- The Genuine Edisonf( ---..- FOR $ SO. :

well behaved, Intellectual) and refined In .

appearance, 1.1YOIl sea them on the Baby's coming should be a time of joy
streets and socially. To watch the and happiness Fear should be for. Phonograph and Sent to us by Express postofflce order or New York Exchange, we will

throng-their going! and mhll-Itlvell) gotten and pain a stranger.: Graphophones send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID, I

you a pretty good .Idea of what Welling- How often is it so ? FOUR FULL QUARTS
tou society really Is. Here will I
you sooIn As the time approaches how often the
the same nursing throng! nit tho way From $5.00 up. .
down the! line, from t the President of the -,.;- Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
Large assortment of EDISON RECORDS, including: Talking Records latest
United Status: to the lowest colored man ?J ,
on tho street" and elsewhere; a nodal line popular :Songs:; Marches Specialties, etc., at *;;.(") per dozen ; also :Supplies.:;

no plain, so marked and HO distinct' that Write us for catalogues and full Information, or call on us. Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey

)'oulnvohlllt.al'\lY.&lLk\ yourself( If this Is -v" :T-A-OOIBS::: ds CO. ,
truly a republic of free and equal| men rr ,
and In which live.\ 311 West Bay St. Jacksonville Eta We .hll' In PLAIN PACKAGES no marks to Indicate contents which) will avoid all com
women we Caste and her'j ,
ley ment.) When yon< get It and test It, If It If. not satisfactory return It at OUR EXPENSE and
class seems to be the prominent rniukod mot nerve-rscked e .. ....n:WI (.KY. MUSICAL GOOI AN1) ) NOVELTIES... \v.your areclasathand$3.20 will be cheerfully andcangirt: : refunded., Thus' Whuekey Is a. Rood 1 a. any 9A,00 gooila: In the market.
feature of social life\ here, and the per pon QUICItER nFLIVLRYthan distant houses. We have
without and pain-ridden' ---------- ---- heel duinK bnsinees In thin city anl at the same stand for over 111 YEARS and to RESPONSIBILITY
son high official position or I -- ------ -------- : ANn; REPUTATION aa our
plenty of money Is not apt to be In It, no fearing* and the editor of this paper. for honest dealing, we refer you to any merchant, here, or to

matter how bl'ljtht1I0w refined or how almost death.suffering T. D. GIBBENS. SOLOMON A: LEVI,

worthy they may 110. It Is big, round
It isn't 1028. A 1930)
dollar marks gone ally that count most. right. First Avenue,
In Nature never P. O. Box No. 33.
picturesque sense Washington Is BIRMINGHAM ALA.
a tine city. Its broad, clean, smooth meant it to be HAY GRAIN FLOUR GRITS MEAL BRAN COTTON SEED ,
streets and avenues Its fine publlo and so. If the mother r ,, PA1fY.( !?ti2ZZRSVEtrt"' ?'".*. to all vlatu re.rn."1 b y "90UTHKRX EXPRESS co t-

private buildings\ ';: and /grounds, its educational were strong/ Southern 2 Ex"re. Company transfers to said Express other Companies Express we prepay only to points where
and other advantages make It and well in a Meal, Middlings. etc ete.

In acme respects tho fist city In the womanly way, as she ought to be, there
land but I find would be no danger and little pain. Oe: .A. S. ::SL"'tT' M
; as a rule among peoplenot az 00.
for Cumberland
born and I rained here a lack of home The time of parturition is made com Depository Flour Grits and Meal. ,

feeling that Is almost universal" and this fortable and safe by the use of Dr. 517. ale 'V. nay lit.. JACKSONVILLE .. FLA.

feeling\ I apprehend arises largely from Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It is a Agent: for the Celebrated CANOPY patent flour.
the fact of the social barriers among the medicine designed/: by a skilled physiciana

people, above referred to. -- .specialist in the disorder and diseases ** Get my Price List. To Dealer only.

Among the only truly happy lot of of women-for the express and

people 1 find here are the negroes. No only purpose! of putting the whole wom 3:?. = CKEIBIQIEI&TS:: :
anly system into perfect, health. t
matter with them how the thing goo; vigorous
they are \\11th t-hol\rte.1 and free.' They It works directly on the' organs involved Office and Warehouses near the Viaduct
too have their social troubles and in baby's advent and makes them strong,
vexations. healthful JACKSONVILLE _, .
and flexible. Taken during FLORIDA.
If I were going to bo a negro at
all, I would of choice ho a jut black one, the whole period of gestation it insures

as I know a few families here with only the perfect health' of both mother and ESTABLISHED 1835.Wrrs. .
a dash of black blood In their veins, a
Mrs Mollie K. Grimes,of
mere wave of the barr, and almost ns Co., A.1a'1 writ.*: "I h>r> taken. three battle I $ovRS
white as you or I, who might as well be oC your '..._rite Prescription, cad one bottle ._ .. ._ : :: & co
dead and. burled and out of their trouble, of your little Pellets' amt oh, what en appetite
they did give me My baby In now. three. months
as they are ostracism almost completely old and weigh.aaeenpn\ ..n..n by. both .races. They do not rare to she wa* born ... was the f. 4 little baby girl _..--- _GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS.
meet on social ground with the black you ewer ..w. She wr>. the-Urnet one of all
my habtea and at the birth. I hsdaa eeier andanortrr 11 .
race, and 1 white race are barred; and lime than I ever had. I am atouter ami 6 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We 1 1 vl
there they are-In the wide, wide world healthier than I ever was I never will be with
alone. out your medicine. May God bier you aaxt handle only tho best and moat reliable\ Seeds. A complete stock of Hay

Capt. E. A. WILSON. your For good obstinate...h"' ...." I Corn Oats, Flour, Bran Wheat OrlU Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright anti .
constipation Dr.
dark I at wholesale. State agents for Tygort-Allen; Fertilizer Co.
Pleasant Pellet are the most perfect
-Please write us whenever fall to Star Brand F..rttU..ra-aliaran-S Analysis Grant tree and VeUnl F.rtlll_r Pare Grand
you medicine ever' devised. They Rive 1 Bane. Nitrate 8mla. Muriate of Potash, Sulphate Potash KalnJt, .to7 These fertilisers have DC' Four Full
receive the ADVOCATE. prompt, comfortable, permanent relief. I superior la toe market and a trial will oonvtnm. Seed for Cauaogae I.... Quarts Delivered for 84.20.





DRFt'NI.1K arm\oa! ft V..

: & GRAHAM, "Call for a State Democratlo convene Aplll lit, IihOOEditor .
fatal of all! dis
ATTORNETS-AT-LAW the most tion to be held at Jacksonville, .'1.\., ACS'Any ;/ fixfiitu. Rierr.ldsneoh' ;
eases. Tuesday, June 19, 1900.\ Tho cn nava crop hall buooine so milvcrs.d .
HOURS:From. 10 to 12
OFFICE a. m.,
and 2 to 4 p. m. "The Democratic party of the State of on Ihu t Jo'lorhlf1'1, m that it would
cm c V'Q KIDNEY CURE llf Florida will hold State convention at ,
TIT0SVII.I.B, Brevard Co., FLORIDA a 'VJ' seem us It would lut out cf place and y

P.O. Box, 108. DULL ] o Buarantesd Remedyor Jacksonville, on Tuesday, June 1<>, at 12 &BSaBBB nuieiluoua( (I to say i .15uythingregardingit I

Will practice In all the court*_uta and fed noon, for the following purposes: but for the bcnetlt of tliOKo who wUh

.ml Spaniel faollltlei for examining and perfectIng money refunded. Contains ; "To choose delegates to represent the to grow It for the list I limo a few point,

land titles. remedies recognized by emi State In the national Democrat convention article, whatever Its merit, era on Its culture will, I ti II lit, bo found I

: to be held at Kansas City, Mo., on must be made known' to the public l hy beneficial.
OATTLDEN the best for
nent physicians as
D.L. 4 1(100 to nominate candidates for means of advertising. Advertising
Ju.ly ; Theio la hardly land too and
any poor
Kidney and Bladder troubles. : however though it can do much for a
the offices of Governor Justice of
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, one thing, cannot tlo everything. It may sandy to make a good CIIHHIIVII erop If

Will praotloelnall the Conrrs, of the Stateot PRICE 50c. and $1.00. the SupremA Court, Secretary of State, create a sal* for a time, but In orderto properly niiumged., It delight In i it gem I

Florida, and the United StaUjs Courts. U. 11. WILSON & SOX. Attorney-General, Comptroller, Treasurer insure; a lasting demand the thing ulno Floitii.1: sand pit, and will 111.0.hlt'o''
1.U Box,235. XItUSVLLLK, FLA. .adverLl"'l'.1 must have solid worth.
Superintendent of Public Instruction, ..toul results If tod
a hluR:( Iron piopeily
This IN the with K. 11 nlc-
Money to Loan. UM. case Lydia
5 rlVlnnlitK Hock. Commissioner of Agriculture, Railroad ham's Vegetable Compound.\ It him Ono of tho llrat e essentials] however Is

GOLDSMITH, Commissioner the term of four years, solid worth. thorough plowing of tho land. It will\

four PrexUlentlal Ell'ctors..and. four alternates Women everywhere have learned
do well to follow almost] In
Any crop,
this fact and tlie result Is that there Fur catalogue I\lItll'llce address
to be voted for at the next
regular Is a lusting and absolutely unoquuleddemand fact, It dOOR fully bent when it aucoecdi'

ATTOI4NET-AT-LAW, State election, nnd to transact such for It. It bas the. lu rgt e"t uleof itself. Early' In the season the land B.W.JEROME,

other business as may como before the any remedy for female Ills in thewo..I.I should l bo plowed well and deep! and all '. Rocklodgo: Via 1 Agt., for Brovard, Co.
and this has been the for I
convention. case vegetable. mutter turned completely un Agent for

"The different counties In the State yearn.The der. A mouth ahead of planting' time East Const for thin Globe his } Ilnm\ (.
J. WEBB reason for this Is that Mrs.
F', will\ send delegates to the convention --- -- -
upon Piiikhtim claims nothing that she Is tho fetttlizer should' bo applied by mmt-

A TTORYEY.A T.LA W, tho following basis of representation I pot entitled to olalau.'ill.., can do all teilng bl'OIlI'Cllllt111.1 woiklng/ thoroughly > "HOW' TO DO BUSINESS "

One delegate: for each one hundred votes that !the says she can do, and her Into t tho noil either of ,
Will In tho Courts of the of make her by moans an
practice 7th the twenty years experience on TUB
cast for tho candidate: ou State ticket
Iron-framo harrow cultiva
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents i advice Invaluable Hervxpnrlenrohaibeen or ordinary
and rents and accounts collected.TiTtrnviLLK who received the highest number of votesat not only long lint world-wide, tor. Tho nature of this fertilizer U tho Secret Success In Retail Merchandising

general election of 1M)0) and one additional and she hiv helped more, women buck most Important thing:( oonnccUul with -lly tlKO.: X. MoI.KAN.
FKOBIDA. & voto for tho fraction thereof to health than any into eNo. in time The :Atiint ftuiiiiritliDiiNive" rrurtlrnl and Yulu
world. These facts should, and do the crop. It mint not bo of a rank, nitrogenous sttln rrviillflu un IIIIKIIIHMII, anil I How to 8iieeiwsfully -
...,,\I1 '( ,: when it amounts to fifty or more. The imturo but bo ftrst-claas! In I he, It, vur |iiilillHlieii.A .
PENNEY, .. have {tmmonso weighttvtth aHsciuslMo, lout lioiik of iinu'tliml, imbue, ruins mid ox.
A.D. -- :,.'. committee has also allowed additionalrepresentation women. Remember these tiro out \\lidittaU'iuontk everyvny.. The t111.IVIroot, having sinpliis" of unrli. rare vultin. Hint everyone, no nmt. .
-= haw. old cud, hilt ilnrlve
tar wviierliMiniiil eunnnt
where tho vote Increased hut solid\ fuets.
was stench' In It thiui other known .. .
A TOm EY-A T.r.A W moio any "hM..hU..I".II.\llvn| \ntn Iroin" lt4i>'nelilnpitwlillo :
Thp Illnitrntlou shows and
: '! Nutmeg at the election of I Ic'.IS'\ In any luive to thuoniit| niivlru, l't U a hand' book. unittnutftiiro
hU four males TL>U: pen.' owued i and Facts About oho Good crop, miiHt a gieat. deiil'of potnshIn of Indbqnt.able. ) vs time.2a .
TITUSVILLK, FLORIDA. county for State ollicers. The counties Its fertilizer to Its. On baud t hit ..'.. Auents "'..111..1. FullAltontoilllU
exhibited by Charles. II. Wells of Strat! Botfitj Dana by Lydia E. jilvo good:( teen \ ,
InrliKlihUllm' tJ liouk' on reiolpcnl ,
Will practice In all the courts of the 7th ford. Conn.. \\ns u Ui'st prize winner under this rule will he entitled to representation Plnkham's Vcgotablo HOIIIO Holla. I It U possible to make a tal I'Crol' .. Jt. .Honk suits tn very Ht..r'.k..r.. | hall

Judicial at the ltw'ol'k show ISU'J. as follows: the lint( lines I'ontpnlil I I on r,crsIt of.aJ. )1rddr..o"2111I1c..rhuru
Cticult. Compound In Casos of yoaf on any ordinary fortlllxcir .IKKir* llail.V: ,IA( ;.(
Alachun" .14 Loon . 14 such In the strolL CtII..ltI.. '11.
us we /gut ordinary
o For Market.At Uriulford . 1\\ Levy . . ..4Baker..2 Change of Life, Boartng- ----
TAMES ANDREWS, Squab. Liberty 1Ilrevard. markets, particularly If tho land' has. had
Down Pains Etc.
Choice .
this season squabs are very high . ,j 6 Manatee . ..3Calhoun..2 a growth of black jack oak cm It, hut
A TTOR EY.A T.I.\w. and frequently bring 50 cents each at Madison 7 "I had falling, inflammniloia .and one crop will exhaust even the black jack 'r1.' Wines, Liquors

Main\ office and 1'. O., TIBBALS, FLA. retail. The wholesale price ranges Citrus. . . .2 Marlon . .11 ulceration of the womb | backache i !land, and. It U policy to reduce tho and Cigars.Onal"tootll'lIre. .
Office open at Ft. Pierce on fend and -1th from $2. O to $4 per dozen. A pair 4>f Clay. . . 4 Monroe. . 4 bearing-down pains t was BO weak poor a
plgeoua will produce from Mix to ten Columbia' .. . 0<
Fridays of each month. pairs of squabs a Y 'nr. They are not Dade..4 Orange ,1(1 ray own work t had sick headache, should always be ns much given to tho Sold at reduced

Notary Public State at Large. profitable If permitted to tly at large DeSoto.9\ OHCOtl,3\; no appetite, numb spoils. hand and land' as will I ho taken fiom! It by the y t', price

Duval. . .... .22 P.5505).4Escnmbia. feet cold all the time. I had good
hawks and other enemies. destroy therefore should l
as boys
crop, Hudson sue
: . ..11 Polk. . . ,H doctors but none of them did me any every imported|
E. FOSTER, them but can I be made to pay If Through the advice of lady this provided for before the Is.
STEPHEN Franklin. . 2St. Johns. . .7 good. a orop Tokay Win,
kept In a suitable hull lug with a 'wire (Gadsden, . .'7 Putnam . ,H friend, I began the use of LydloIs... planted, A fair amount of fertilizer fee from Itlly.Togni. ,
ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW, covered<< yard. A house H by 12 feet Plnltlmin's Vegetable Compound and
llamllton..4 Santa Rosa, . .IS a good crop of nmsuva on any of our
and a yard 100 feet long 20 feet wide after taking ono bottle I fdtl..ea/ tl.Vr"U.vo.l. John B.
Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner Building, Hernando .. .2 Sumter.,4Ilillsboo ordinary plnoy wood land. would ho from ,
and the time I had !
and 12 feet UIKU, will MPrYeI'or 20 pairs. . :W Miwiinoeo . ,14 by used
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. The food Hliould, be wheat bread, Holmes. . . ,:'t.lankson t Tavlor . .2 aevernl bottled wan completely cured eight to twelve hundrotl pound) per Metropolitan Saloon, 12!) East: Day St.,

cracked corn fresh moat (chopped), . . ,0 Vnhtrla.H so that I could do my work again. I acre. The analysis of this should< bo JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
SAMUEL T. "SIIAYLOH' GORDON R.IJaCl MF.. Jefferson . .14 Waknlla.ISLarsayette. am now passing: through thechnngeof
need of kind. tinny chopped about eight per cent phosphoric acid
any !grassand life lt.tsli.. ..
Whuleasle ant
usingyourCompound. Ithelp
CUAYLOR & BROOME box . .:i Walton . . ,.t "
Irony. A twelve
clover ground; Ptc. II I suffering cent, potash and two cent
mo wonderfully. wantevery per per
Luke . . .7 Washington: .3 -If want good results, you will
or ground, ment. one of ground bone woman to know what modi- you
your nitrogen
Lee . . . .21 t
;find time AHVOCATK An excellent advertising -
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. and one> of pulverized! charcoal ahoold l cine has done for me. -Mils. W. M.
"The counties will select their dele It la nut ndvlsablo to bo In too grout: medium.
ItULl. New Palestine Mo.
Will practice in all the Courts of the be kept conveulently for them with ,
In the ---- -- -M
hurry early spring to plant the
State. Office In Law Exchange. fresh water at all times. Put high and gates; in any manner which may bo con "Iy
low roosts UCIOHM the yards and hang a sidered best by the people acting throughthe Com pi in nd saved my life and, gave backa crop. The soil should bo nicely warned"

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. wilt coltish roe them to pick ut will. A party organizations as recognized by loving mother to eleven children, 10 that germination will begin an soon as FERRYS:

polut In keeping) pigeons; Is that lbHixiM the last: State convention. All Dem crHts which was more than any doctor could the seed Is planted If It lies a long timeIn

GEORGE W.. ALLEN, must lit, fiiuiil. UK an extra mule are Invited to participate In the selection have tIe with done,)world or .any ily other trouble, medicine wise child.In tho cold, damp ground, the white !ant la SEEDS

will break. up[ the iiiutiugs.. Only au expert ::- of delegates] / thereto, Including those who bed fever. The third( day after, my Apt to ilostroy tho rye and cause a poor

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, con tell the eix-'Un from the hens have become quail lied to vote si oca the babe was born I took a chill which land. The land should bo laid off In

KEY WEST, FLORIDA. when the l birds are iuk-t.| They must last election. was followed; by high fever. I would furrows four feet apart each way. The .efaanlenndrendonFarryyl rThournd.
be kept clean and. free from lice. perspire until my clothes were as wet ,
Will practice In the United States "The chairman: and secretary of each a* though dipped in a tub of water need' should hi out In smlll1lleeOIl about out n.v.r amrdlaappolntmeet. asia.r7rr

:and State Courts. 9jun95 La Grippe Successful' Treated. county convention held for the purposeof The chills and fever kept up for three three Inches! long; making sure that Cbaap suteu.Wu. .

the day My daughter/ pot! me a bottle of there are at luast three good brine Iona,not p.ylne eropa.
"I have just recovered from, the second electing delegates to Stato convention eyes on Is pay. to p.y a 11511. moss for

T O. FRIES, C. E. attack of la grippe this year;" says Mr. are requested' to send to ((on. \V. A. your Compound., The fourth done every piece. The bent tool to out tho .r'.aareaet.aa. Flve.nta per paler.v.rywh.r.
topped the chill, and the fever also] end .Iw.y. worth IL
1 COUNTY .'1\8. A. Jones publisher of the Leader, Ran lit, chairman, Tallahassee, Fin., a disappeared "M> life wan aaved. My Heed with la a small, sharp saw. In Ateayt th. lie at. IeMP+,wl A anal fm.,
SURVEYOR Moxta, Texas. "In the latter case I this critical time the toed In beanie there 1. M (IAIt 11, 00.tYROIT, MItli.
nt dropping place!
used ChambeiUIn's Cough I Remedy andI written or printed copy of the proceedings age wan forty- ,
Land legally surveyed and 8U bod I vIIII'd. nluLvuiA K. Etna
think with considerable success only of such county conventions, together llouuncR Pn. U ono piece at every check j cover It, an

Mapping: neatly done. Estimates for being; In bed a little over two days; with a list of the names of the county Facts About Two Casos you drop It, with your foot, No plow U -- ..-

all kinds of engineering/ works. DIs- against ten dive for the former attack. executive committee, In which should be of Falling of tho Utorus necessary> as It must not lie covered too Hit you are In search of bargains
puted lines a specialty. The Hocond attack I am sutlstloil would rood! the ADVOCATE columns carefully ,
designated the chairman and secretary of deed at first The lust plowing: or two
have been equally as bad as the first but Recovered by Lydia E. .
TITUSVILLK, Brovard Co., FLOIUDA.N. but for the tiRe of this remedy, ns I had such committee."W. Plnkham's Vogotablo should bo to the young plant and after BO YEARS' 1

to go to bed, In about six hours after A. RAWLS Chairman."J. that ,all that will' bo necessary will be to EXPERIENCE

being 'struck' with It, while In the first C. COOPEK, Secretary" Compound keep the land clean of weeds, and grass.A .
able to attend to business
case was II I an tiered for fifteen years without weuder la an excellent tool for this
about two days before! gutting down. finding any relief. I triedductors but
mile! all and medicine Dangers of the drip. purpose until the 1lalltllll"ot four or live
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, 1 For By druggists Both /! to do me any good. I

dealer:;!. The greatest danger from La Grippe had faring of the womb luuuorrhroa Inches high, then use sweeps entirely an

Ear, Nose and Throat. Is of Its resulting in pneumonia. If reasonable pain la the back and head, and those the cultivation must bo very iliallowao .

WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA.nOUGHTON'S Mimlonl TB. .. care 'Is used, however, and Ulmm.i bearing-down/ ,.alnll. Ono bottle of an to !leave the roots undisturbed. TRIIDE MARas
"I am not rducated In music but I i berluln's Cough Remedy taken, all dan Ly.lta I K. Plukhain'a Vegetable Compound If the plant show a little yellow and Da.IaasCoevruauvs
did me CHI much good that I dent 4.0.
will be avoided. Among the tens of '
know when I like a piece. says manya : ger
thousands who have used this remedy for four more also two buses of Liver unthrifty when a few Inches high' atop Anfi">n.nitlns: ankntrti; and flannrlptlnn mfqillnHIV
and learnto Mmtrtitlit I wliolhup
Then to be honest our opinion frM Mil
Dli one. try I'llls and. one package of SanativeVVah. dressing of nitrate of skin will ('oninmiilpn.tlonaalrti .
: *
for la grippe, we have yet to learn of a help tiivwoMfiii \ i.ruh""I"r."I."I.
founded ......
know whether your likes are After using these I felt like anew >liy" .0" HAlwntflmil
single case having resulted In pneumonia them along: and restore their color.. In fr... iMitimt' ., to.anurlpulpet.Na.Pntmns .
FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTSon In the canons of good musical taste. which shows conclusively that woman. -Mim.. U. A. WIMIKHUlidJtii ; Ukun IIimu, h Muiio a (;u. rvimlrt
There Is u right and n wrong principle: this remedy, Is a certain. preventative of Ja., lox: : ::::::0. the fall when the crop Is mode It U best ""p.rk4n.ttr., wllhoub/,nraq lu the

the (Denton) of Judgment iiixl every earnest person that dangerous r'lsnaso. It will cure IK I waa suffering with falling of the not to harvest It Immediately, but tho Scientific Jlm rltan.A .

should to base. his opinion on sound In less' time than other treat womb menstruation, head canes for next year's seed, nhould! be secured .
grippe painful
Now AT PALM BEACH. try any hsn".oin.lf Hliiirtr.t<,,1 ....111'. T..r...e rtr.cillntloil .. .
principles.Etude.Cutnrrli ment. It U pleasant and safe to take. ache, backache pain in groins, extending before any frost strikes them, and iif any..... itlnntllln. s U".I\\ Turin.. ,.1 ".
For sale all nod medicine Into the also terrible .b.,1. new.d.aler.
by druggists: jlmbst] | a bunked
The Largest and Most Com.' dealers.ConnratnlBllB. pain at left of womb. The pain In niy properly 11UN(1&( Co I1 '*-,. New York!

plete! Establishment South. Cannot He Cured IIrld.Rrnoro. back was dreadful during iiienntrniitlon C..K, &fcCJUAIIIIII: .. & I1 Ht.WuhliiMiou.I U C.EHTAIIIJWIIEIIIH70.

With local application, as they cannot the and my head would ache until I -- ..
GEO. S, HACKER & SON reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh la Apart from the letters of congratulation would bo nearly cra/y. Lydia. E. -
and In rinklmin'a Vegetable Compound ha : .
a blood or constitutional disease received by the bridegroom from
order to cure It you must take 'Internal his men friends he receives not a few given me great relief.. I suffer no .

remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure fa takenInternally from the ladles of his acquaintance, pain now and I give your medicineall
the blood the praise. -Aliw. J.P. MtSl'AbUKM; ,
and acts directly on
and mucous surface. Hall's Catarrh and ladles It should has ben write asked and whether congratulate young a Rosenberg, Tex. M. Lane & Son

Cure Is not a quack medicine. It was A Grateful Woman
irn prescribed by one of the best physiciansIn young Ruin or not. There Is no ruleagainst ,

a this country for years, and la a regular no doing If they have known Rooommonds LydIa E.

r r prescription. II Is composed of the best him for come time and are constantly Plnkham'a Vogotablo 2S2; WASHINGTON: STREET, NEW YOKK.

tonics known, combined with the beat meeting him In everyday life but to Wlfo
Compound Evcry
blood purifier, acting/ directly on the young girls would not be expected to
mucous surfaces. The perfect combination do this and' would. either congratulate and Mother
Southern Fruit and Produce
produces of such the wonderful two Ingredients results Is In what curIng tim personally or not at all. The notes I I have taken eightbottlesof Lydia. ,

written l>j a bridegroom In responseto I E. I'iukhara'a Vegetable Compoundwith ;
catarrh. Send for testimonials free. most gratifying results. I hadbeen
good wishes are usually of the briefest
K. J. CHENEY: A Co props., Toledo, O.
married four and hail two
and thanks for the : year
merely express oro.tc.l.loo1oc. :
: : :
ice 7-
MANUFACTURERS OF hold by druggists pi >c. children. 1 wan.all rU.I down, hud fallIng -
Hall's Family Pills are the best.We same. of womb with all U*

Doors, Sash Blinds, Th. Clover-Crop. 'symptoms. I had" doctored distressing PIXEAPPLKH:' A SPECIALTY Stencils, Cards. and our flotations furnished

want to draw t: attention of Them are few states In which theproduction physician, but I derived very little good appllcstion.pLANT .

Moulding & Building Material], our numerous readers along the East of clover doe not presenta from his treatment. After taking .a
few bottles of your medicine I was .
-- -- -- ----
the state In more or lees marked contrast to the
Coast, and throughout !general able to do my work and nurse toyftvenmon
Office i Warerooms. King, opposite to the advta. of the live and energetic almost uniformly large production of thV-old babe. I recommend
Cannon Street.Charleston last In the New England: states fro
year. medicine wife and
business men who are bidding fora your every
there In a falling off of one-third to mother Had I time, I could write gYSTEM.
S. C. columns
share of your patronage one-half: New York reports 71 per much more In Its praise I bid you

of the ADVOCATE. If yon are In need rent of a full crop, as compared with Oo
Sash Weights Cord and of any particular line of goods, the pink 1K( !) per cent last year: Pennsylvania MwL IA.. MOBHU,, Wel,ka, Putnam
Co. Fla. Tha Truck Line from Florida. to all NORTH) EA3T SOUTH and WEST.
paper will tell ;you the best place to buy reports 7tf per cent, as compared with points ,

Hardware them. Read the ads. tKt; Kentucky. Michigan and Indiana "thAn MM. PIftcn.u-Wh I commenced Three through Sleeping Car I.lni-s to East via Charleston and) Atlantic Coast Line.

show a reduction from last year of 7, P.and the use of your remrdies I was Three through Sleeping Car 1,1 n us to the East. via' Savannah and Southern Hallway

8 points respectively, while Illinois very badly off. Every two weeks I wan Two through sleeping( Car Lines to the West via: Mautgomery\ .and L. A N. It. It.

Window and Fancy Glass has but M. Wisconsin 81 !and Iowa 11pt'1' troubled with flowing spells which Four through bleeping Car Lines t made roe! very weak. I had two of the through, Sleeping! Car Line to the West via :Montgomery and M I. A. Ohio K. R.
A VirgilliaHomesYou of foil Excluding the
SPECIALTY. cent n crop. beat doctors, but they did not seem to One tt.rough Sleeping Car. Line to the West via Savannah and Southern Hallway.
states In which the cultivation of clover
help me. They said. my trouble wan FORMING THE GREAT THROUGH CAR LINE.
I... merely sporadic. Ohio alone baa caused from weakness. and was noth-
.. Marriage Paper. Pu ::.. a. large a crop as It had last year and ing to worry about. I felt tired all the The New York and Florida" Special and The New York and Florida Limited.

TlHivaantfk of 1Id....'_ to rue! learn all about Virginia Lands, this is doubtless accounted for 'In part time; had ambition. I wall growing Solid vestibule trains steam heat, electric lighted fit with observation, compartment,
from. Wakllhr. palmw ..bOd... dining and library car running solid between Augustine and Jersey! City
tloa Forma and Ya.a...... UO wore Itt resources, products, mode of cultivation by the fact that last year's crop in worse all the time until I began the the Plant For write
.... _. ... E. Ilnkham'a Vegetable are operated over System. Information ,
tree",11Od .pl. copy la etc. by reading the that state was considerably below tbe ue ofI.yilli
prices ,
G". lt SOCIAL AMERICA*.'.1.....Ohi.. Componn oil! am now able to help H. C. McFadden Division Agrnt.
_ whole.
Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. average for the country as a !:
Great B'ltJO U.'t SAM PLWenpl"" of 101 subscription to the Such If the report of tbe August crop about the house, and am mnch im- 13S West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, Fla.,
months A.
for 3 proved in hC'altb.w-Ma W4LJL&J1o
.a dul..re..N..papert Savannah O..
.. .......... !!"trcular. B. W.5VrennPas.engerTrafoManager\ ,
blade A4.. Bu...... 14 S.CWr.51..y...... 0 ,

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+ INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. 4- A COMBATIVE ERA. Indian River Real Estate Agency

had the United States
: Or TUB INDIAN RIVBH: LAKB finished applying the palm of its
WORTH son BIHOAYNC' BAY SBOTIOHI.P17UL1SIIKD : military hand to the seat of Spain's ,

troubles before England: and' the s

EVERY FRIDAY.OBABLKK .- Transvaal were similarly engagedin YOU would do well If you have property to sell and want It advertised la this

& their struggle for supremacy paper;free of cost to you, and put In the hands of live men, to write at once to
Editor Proprietor
H WALTON and now Russia and Japan are this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public.
J3TMany: sales will probably be made this winter by thin Agency. Why not
Dldoontlnuano/ of .artvM. must be made ptl- making faces at one another and
tonally. this omoe or by writing. exhibiting various other signs of PINEAPPLE LANDS: near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to 1000.

International displeasure. For some CHANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to 2UO( per acre.
Check,etc., may he made payable to CHARLES months it has been generally conceded Knautlful tract, TJO:! acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of Eau
M. WALTOM,iiublUber and proprietor that/ these two nations. must Gallle; imt-clasn for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price, 1000.
N ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, M miles south of Titusville. Will pay $1,000 this
Adclreaa all communication to eventually meet in mortal combut. "..so'ute"pure year and $2,000) next. Price, $ ,UOO.
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, Their dispute over Korean territory HAMMOCK LANDS, near Tltusvllle, from $5 to $25 per acre.
TlTUiVILLB: FLOKIPA. grows more fierce and both countries One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2| miles west of Titusville, good for
-- .- are preparing for war with 4E pineapples vegetable and oranges Price, $3: !>O.OO.'

rtmeiit of Agriculture grim determination. The relative -.- -- -
U. S. J)e|>:
strength of the two nations would,
Weather Jliireuu-Jupiter, Fin.
under the circumstances, be more Jas. ;B. :Sours
comparative state than have ,
The following is a nearly equal many sup.
ment of temperature and rainfall for the posed. Russia would experience No inferior or impure ingredients are
week ending Tuesday, April 17, 1IHJOHATE. considerable trouble m. mobilizingher :]:Suzy: G-r..a.1n.: :J1Weed: :I7'1otlr,
-1000- -lIWI.I- used in for the of
Royal cheapening
while is purpose -
Japan near
11 70 70 71 60 the disputed territory and could its cost ; only the most highly refined
12 7U 70 74 0.1: throw her entire force into Koreaat SEED ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME.
13 !M: 70 7.1; S7 short notice. Japan also has u and healthful.
It 74 72 70<>' 68 Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds! of Insects; Harmless to man or
13:' 71/!/ 71 77 fil formidable navy, and while, perhaps Powder
18 SO 72 1 W: (iJ( Russia's may bo larger! she Royal Baking imparts that boast Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write quotations.

17 70 UII! 1010 (iJ( does not outclass her plucky little peculiar sweetness, flavor and delicacy Lowest cash prices ,
Total rainfall for the week: .08.) 'antagonist in armament and construction .
Departure from normal rainfall: for the of battleships. Some of noticed in the finest cake, biscuit, rolls, Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
week: minus. .11 Inchon. Departurefrom
the finest modern be --- -- -- ----- --- ---
normal rainfall since January 1, ships are to etc., which expert pastry cooks declare is
plus ".61InclleR. found in Japan's navy, and in sea
II AI. P. HAIJDIN, Observer. engagements Russia would discoverIn unobtainable by the use of any other CHAS. N. WELSHAISfS,

her enemy a prowess which she
leavening agent. .
would be forced to respect.
SINCERITY and coarseness are two In the event of war between these
and the man SHINGLES
very opposite things, countries, what would be the attitude Alum Is used In making cheap baking powders. II ,
who boasts that he always calls a you want to know the effect of alum upon the
of other nations? This r
"spade a spade" may not be sincere question tender linings of the stomach, touch a piece to Agent; for Cabot'a Creosote Shingle: Stains.P .
is more easily asked than your tongue. You can raise biscuit" with alum a
but merely a malicious' persecutor answered. Whether It would ef- baking I"'wder.bLlt, at what a cost: to healtUI<<:
of his fellow man. Write for Samples and Prices.
feet England's; Chinese policy

would have to be determined lateron. Old 'Phone 8. }jut 218 E Bay Street,

TENACITY is nn important element Uncle Sara also being so near ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK. _
The seat war 1'hiliplne -
in human character.
man who will not recognize defeat territory might become engaged in StC1l1ll14h111 'l'fckctH. Working: Night iiiul ))113'. ___ n ___

must enevltahly achieve success. the struggle against his will. Two tcnniHl.lp l ticket for mile first The busiest and mightiest little thing:
The old century seems *,o he that ever wan made. Is Dr. King's New
this class &
If you are discouraged give ; Brunswick to New York and return MeMurray Baker
in mind. going out in blood with marshalled ; cheap Miillorv; Line. Apply to Life Pills. Every pill Is. a sugar-coatad
thought a place _
your ,
forces locking bayonets in deadly ADVOCATE: Ofllce, Titusville, Kla. lobule of health, that changes: weakness
into strength, listlessness into
strife. We that the
sincerely hope
briiln-f (r into men'nl power They'i ?::() and 2112 East:: nay St. 3IolianU/ Block. Jacksonville
Shoelrtnking;: mill Repairing.All FJa.lleadqua''tel'll .
IT seems as if there will he a new century wll1l be, ushered with woti'lnfiil In nllclnr! lit" the health.

lively light in DeLand municipal peace smiling from every citadel, \ kinds of re|>niilnir promptly! attended Only :2">o err box. Sold<<1 by H It. Wilson for-

. politics this year. There are two International fraternity/ beamIng to bv WIMI tm lUxNttr Hopkins'
city tickets out, and the opposing I from every hun nu. sheet' Ar nimTltUMvllle night's/ b"lInlt 1IIIIIMt-), If In poor health consult Dr. Vincent, Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles
candidates are sparring for posi \ ,. Fla. M,,l"iuU buUiling, ,Jacksonvl, Fl. ,

--- -. -- .. -. - -- -- ,.
tions. It I h dllllcult this time -
at to THE POLITICAL POT. -- ----- and Sundries.
determine which faction will win. ...Manhattan Iteueli Swept Itr Ocean Breezes.

__--4.- Evidently tlutt vessel known al American Plan. "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES,put on you wheelsat
the political pot Is an ancient uten ORIENTAL HOTEL JOS. 1'\ nRF.A VES, Manager. Also :Manager
IP for no other reason, the Boers sil. We have long known of itsexisteneehut i if Hotel Alciz.ir St. Augustine, Fla. short notice.

should he drubbed for giving their have hud the .
never : I -- -- -- -- -
cities such nnpronouneuble names Manhattan Beach Hotel T..SJKKSK.W.Ornnd !?
pleasure of a personal' examination, : : / .
Zwarthopfnnteln, for instance. either of the Its PACKING CO.Kormeily
How continue pot or contents l Conceits, Favorite. Operas, HilllUnt Fliewoiks, Golf, Ocean Bathing:, .
are we to reading
It is remarkable fact that the ( The G. II. Hammond
a /
their accounts in the Transvaal if Stilling, Fishing I Ituatlnir. Bidding, etc Fifty minutes. from New York )
they insist indicting such political pot in always described aa TeiupernturH seldom varies from 70() degrees Just the place to upend the OUR SPECIALTIES :
upon hence conclude that
insufferable agony upon the pub boiling; we it Summer For luloi'nut Ion address! Office of the Company, 10J pruad'y X. y "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
Is invariably In use by the politico!
lic .. ----. _. .. .. i '
? ----- -- -- -- "Coin|
cooks throughout the country. Special" canned meats.

Some strange food has at various "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.

Major ANTHONY O. Rust
death was noticed in last week's Several years ago the principal Homemade lard."Peerless"
issue of the ADVOCATE:, was well edible was "greenbacks," but on pure

known to many of the people on account of Indigestible and non compound lard sausages

the East Coast. He was owner of nutritious qualities it was! finally Course and nil Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

the CinelniiHtuu Farms. near Sebastian '- rejected by the public, and the pot
and was reputed to be a man thoroughly cleansed and disinfect --

of considerable wealth. Florida ed. It may he well' to add here that WILLIAM CLARKE. SANITARY

will miss this genial gentleman' In the cook also was discharged, and 0 You .... DUMBER.
more ways than one. has since died without a job. The

most modern relish that has been 0 Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Hoofing, Sheet

stewed is "gold-bugs," which, servo / Are Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs, Water Closets
Jon KOIIEUTS: is moving on to ed with trust sauce, is considered .
and Wash Stand
Copper vessels of all kinds
Pretoria, and the indications are by Wall street men to be superior and

that there will soon be another tremendous In anything that has ever come out descriptions re-tinned..

battle between the oppos of t the pot. -It nits very easy, nn Thinking

ing forces Pretoria is strongly the stonmi'hes of Eastern and bUd 37 Forsyth St. Jacksonville Florida
fortified, and some fierce lighting die States men ; but is! very disagreeable ,

must result before the British are to Western epicures, A --
victorious. That the Doers will small spoonful la eulllcient to thrown of ---

finally be routed is a foregone con. Western or Southern man into SOUTHERN FUEL
elusion. epilepsy and other cantankerous COMPANY.

Crttoleptlcs.. For these last named

THE Parts Exposition has openedup gentlemen silver pudding has unspeakable hjYour;
in charms, and in Ken. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime
grand style, and from all f. Cement
tucky, when served with whiskey _
appearances will handle an Immense ..
throng of visitor! It can sauce, is pronounced to be the '*%

hardly he expected though to ex- best viand that ever boiled. The SPR.I1'TGSU"IT"A Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick .

cell the World's Fair in the number Eastern man, however, holds his EVERYBODY IS "" I

and splendor of Its exhibits, nose when he' passes by, for the Offices foot of Hognn Street, Jacksonville Florida.
but notwithstanding that fact mere sight of this food is to him a Telephone :No. 232.
we You are a little doubtful as to the fabric and style, whether
violent emetic.In you J. K. MUNNERLYX:
are willing to visit the exposition General Manager:
if some one will kindly foot the conclusion we will add that prefer a Knney! l'asllimere I a Striped Worsted, a Blue Serge, or

bills. in Florida<<1 the political pot boila! Chivot, or probably a new Oxford Mixture. -- -- -- =

serenely, and with such able chefs We have them all, and never made up and tailored in better .0.
aa Jim Hegga/ and Hob Davis, with .. L. KEENE.
As time advances It becomesmore style. How about the price Don't fear, we knew thlll! would be '
It. E. MeLIn to tend the fire, we
apparent that the Hon J. D. can expect it political feast that an Important factor with you, MO we studied and worked hard to be Dress Goods

Beggs stands foremost in the race I. will please the most incorrlgable prepared to meet any price that fits your pocketbook best. Trimmings, Millinery Notions
for Governor. The primary held in kicker in the ,
Orlando on the 14th shows Orange country.DEWKY Laces, Gloves, Umbrellas, Art Goods, Hosiery Corsets.
-Ollr range of prices run like this! :-
county to be solid for its favorite

son lirevard yet, but has we not predict held its in primary ad-- Chicago. and Can Bryan it be are that to they meet are in $7.50 $8 $$9 $10 $12 $$15 $18.00 and Up. Pl'Onlptttention paid to all orders

arranging for a division of the This Is one of the oldest and most reliable houses
vance a triumph for Mr. Heggs. Presidential in Jacksonville. All the latest
He will make a safe and plum? If Dewey Patterns and fetyie. I
competent should signify hU willingness to Any Suit you may buy from tie will have a certain style, will fit
that Floridacan 101 West
well be proud of. take. second place on the ticket'it you perfectlyand give lasting satisfaction. You cannot afford nay Street, corner or Laura, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

will more than likely be accordedto to overlook these essential points. Better rail and let us talk the

him. Thitt tho old naval hero Suit question over. "8E" IXn m FIXE PROOF.

THE House, on April 13th, by a has a well-ordered mind few will WATCHES CLOCKS

vote of 2tO to 15, adopted a resolution deny. lie is quite an acquisitionto -Our New Spring I.lne of- ,
for a constitutional amendment the Democratic party.
providing for the election of STRAW, ALPINE and CRUSH HATS are NEW and NOBBY Jewelry Diamonds
United States Senators by direct THR: Democratic Executive Committee Prices are right also. t. ; ,

vote of the people. A majority of of lirevard county, which c g Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Presents,
of votes will elect. This is as it met in Titusville, Saturday afternoon Mall orders receive prompt attention When in town do no fail to Valtham Watches
should be, and we hope the Senate April 14th, held, a most harmonious give u* a call. Yours, Anxious to Please, s

will sustain the action of the session, attending to their FINE( W4TCH sail JEWELRY REPAIRING
House. The nearer the people get business with accustomed care and Store "
Eagle Clothing
to the government the more wholesome I kill. A complete account of the 'Watch A SPECIALTT.
and democratic it will be. proceeding are published elsewhere Inspector for Plant System, and also for Jacksonville A Southwestern R'y,

come. in this Issue. Opposite the bank Titusville. Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid ona'wcy. R. J-. RILES,
225 W. Bay St., JACXso2rvn.Lf IXA.





anyone suppose Provost was visiting Archie Chambers McCOMB & CO.

Saturday night and Sunday. ,

Chas Warning left, Thursday: for our Pineapple Brand if you want to meet

s-v aiarE4X: : : ..8 Chicago, where he expects to spepd the

summer pleasantly.Miss with success. 000 W ctlghilnton: : ; : 51; Now Yorlt; ...

Hunter returned Sunday' from a ,

:Melbourne, where she bad been visiting ...Make si Specialty of...
friends for several days.

Hervey Dower, of Coqulna, Itot lIerlon.-. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS:

ly In hurt the ,water last week but while putting his boat Ammonia ... .. ........... ... ............ .... ... .. .. .... .... .. ..... .... :....... 4 toll j.er' eonf
is .BEANS.
now able to be out Avalh.hl..h""ph..rlo 6 to 7 cmf,

again. l'otaMh KJJ 0.._ ........ ........... .. ............ .., ..... ........ .. ...... ........... 6 to U per per' ittntLargest .

Quite a number our ,people spent A Price $30.00 PER TON F. O. B. JACKSONVILLE \ .

lust week at the bench. It Ian.

lovely place to go for a few day's rest
And recreation. Favor us with ;It part of your shipments,.
Lust Friday night Rev, Mr. Leo '
Interesting lecture gave a dealers in material We won't ask you to continue If others beat us.
very / on Egypt/ which fertilizing in _
PRICE THAN OTIIKKIB was enjoyed very much; they also had .
some fine music.J. .

:: XJTJupiter.rr: E: R. W. Bruner and little daujI.'hterVln.- the State.
nlo went toTitusville
Thursday: return- Photo Supply C o.

lug to Grandma: Dixon's, Friday night, ..--- .
and coming on home, Saturday.

Mr. Peck, Mrs. Dodson ROIl daughter/ All CO l'l'e pondenco olioorfullv ant"\vorod.P" .
Miss Lottie, and Miss Myrtle Baldwin: ..."''-A'eut4: .lZti-i! < inn it Tvo: 1ii1c Ct.IODAT' .

spent a very pleasant afternoon at Uncle

Fcnnlngton Kitchen Is quite 111 with and Auntie Hiighos, Wednesday. !:: Write for Special Pamphlet. Tho only houso In 1"lorhllIIOVOtlll Its time to thoAMATKtT '

the grip; his many filends wish him a Quite a number our people went to }{ {S K.

speedy recovery the picnlo at Bonaventure. Wednesday .
Dr. Fred C. Archer Is having six acres last, at the close of Miss Willie Otwell's LITTLE BROS. PHOSPHATE CO. OUItSPE'iALTV-1)ovelopinganti' Printing..

of land prepared for prole lIe will plant school. All report a very pleasant: day. ,
Give us n tilal., No trouble to answer questions
them as soon slips are available: A. L. Bniner
as has Just finished bulldjng :
' The Easter. celebration at St. Martin'schurch .porch on the front of Mrs. Taylor's : : FJ.or1d.o.: 51 KlngStreot' ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

cosy cottage: which Improves Its looks
Sunday, was very pretty; the ---- -
church was handsomely decorated with vary much, besides being such a luxury.
I palms and evergreens. Edwin Nelson. the original furnitureman Melbourne. Eau Gallie. Rockledge. Sebastian.

Alford Smith bas resigned his position of Miami, stopped off here on his -

aa 2nd Assistant Keeper at the lighthouse. way from Jacksonville, last Friday, to G F. Paddlson Is tiding a rhalnltissColumbia. A daughter was born to Mr. anti. Mrs, The orange trees In this section need"

He has a nice patch of bearing pines that visit his father-in-haw, O. N. Page, and GOODK & rJOODK.-Kent. Kntnt ant IxmiM. : (I. W. Skolloy: on April iHh. rain
demands his whole his many friends. He returned to MI- 'A{mint for ,Etna: Liiiiilun and I.lv"rmnl| anil
now time and attention ami, Monday ()lol"e, and .erial Fire liiHiirunee. i .oul,1| l :Frank J Shore, who has been qulto ill, Mr. and :Mrs A. N. Clink have returned Bonus are still going forward, and! aro-
attention. to the Interests of nun routdents. Improving under the skillful management I north for the summer bringing good prices.H. .

Ben Wells came In on Saturday, from La of Dr.) Hcb.ird.Mrs. ; I Bert :Morwln of In 11. Howard is
glrppo coughs often continue for Eden, was town for A'etllujtollt piling for
Ms orange groves out In the Okeechobee months and sometimes lead to fl\tall'e. rr Subsoilptlons for the A flVOCAT&, Lock wood and.1 Miss .Jt'nnltl Miller, u few days the lust of the week the .K. E. C. U'y Co.
hammock. He reports all the groves out 8\1 its after the is tho pink, of the East Coast will bo of Melbourne
patient supposed to have paper are guests of Mrs. Nesbltt
Mr.' and Mrs. II. P. Shares loft here I.. C. Mooro of Erclldomio Inn In.OUI'
In that section of the country, as doing; passed the danger point Foley's Honey received at the Melbourne Postolllce and Mrs. Itottsford, this week.Arelidonron was *
splendidly.The I and Tarnffords positive protection and Wednesday, for New Haven, Conn. burg, :Monday, calling at tho stores
Brown !
stained /glass windows for the security from these coughs. IJ. It. Wilson Mike' Helen Valentine, of Tlllman, was In :St. John's church hold Easter services Mrs lliodHO and Mrs. Ihivlxon r..tl1l'ne.1untlllY Miss\ Mamloliowtuau visited her friend,.
and Sunday' oven- ;\[ from a to Jacksonville Miss Belle at Wnbiisso the first of then
chancel of St. Martin's church, arrived son. in town, Monday. Ing. Tho altar.. and chancel were beautifully : nip ,
Monday, and will be placed In positionthis ducoiat'ed with ferns ruses and News hits reached hero of the birth"' of week.
Mr. and Mr*. George Lyons and son ,
week. They are the Rift of the Rt. ,
other Dowers. a sun to Mr. and Mis. (loorgu Glngrns. )Fritz Light and Cleveland) Kltohlng
William, Waukegrtn, III., left here, on
Rev. Wm. Gray, bishop of South brought lino load of last
ern Florida. :Monday: after enjoying their visit at Married, at tho residence, of the bride's II. J. Magrudor/ of Oak 11111, was a up oysters,

: this place.Mr. parents, !dl\ r. and Mrs. David Hunter, utHuntervillo visitor to town the \first pait of the week. Monday.Rev.
Wild cats are becoming unbecomingly Wilson shot a fine wild Miss W. A. Louder delivered two
turkey Josephine Hunter anti
and Mrs.. McCarty, of New York, Miss Knte Kyor has closed her curia very
festive here A
lately. large In his
very one yard, last Saturday. Mr. Eugene Klnnlard able sermons at the school house last
11. J. Stewart of- ,
left Lore for the north last Monday after store and Is the
managed to run the gauntlet of three nclntlll Tho now netting. ready for ,
large steel traps In Mr. Magill's poultry Copt ant, Mis. Anthony, from West spending a pleasant: season at the In Eau: Gnlliu. happy couple will reside summer In Atlantic\ I'lty, N J, HiituUy.

yard, the other night, springing all three P.tlm Bench, are upending a few weeks Grand View cottage. / : LiiFayiMti'Vooien' of WnuUeenah, INhere Fred White, of Tillby cottage, Ronolainl -

and carrying off one, together with the here. Tim Captain working out his Miss Milled Hicks left here, Wndnesdiy The Knchin club met'at its regular/ session on n vlult to I his him, Frank Woolen, was In town, this week, purchasing

stake to which it was tied, the hole In orange grove. for her homo In Cliicig, alter at the Avilah moms, and was delightfully mid his. daughter, 1\1'.0.' K.: Cook supplies.) )

the ground and two section of woven wire Miss Willie King decided, after oneweek's spending sumo weeks lOtI'I.tl": cottage, / 'euteriiiiuod. by Mis. Walts: and, Mossis. Smith and, Leonard returnedto .
Miss Mills Sal ll.. !\ has. linen calledto
fencing. If any man Is HO unreasonable vacation, tll open school for the Melbourne lieitrh: ,, the guest: of Miss Kennedy. Mm.h I'addiHon and Mr. Magrudor I'm" Ploico, Monday, after a throo,
HH to doubt the size and lineage or this live younger pupils, and good progress Is Grace (Jnmmln lI. Amsworth won first honors, Miss Kennedy Snuloid, ", "Ul\ccoullt..f Illness In the days' visit,
cat, my Informant, E. B. King, will take reported. anti Mr. liuins-consolation prizes family or Her brut. her, J, 1). Magiiidor.Mr. .
Rev. Rowland hale, wife nnd child, left Samiiol lloono Is hero with the F. E.
pleasure in showing him the
poultry A Rloum has been rind Mis. n.ltten\llltIlcft\ last Hat-
yard. .1. P. Sitwtella: returned, from Jacksonville hero, Tuesday, for their home In Suwan- cast over this community C.I bridge gang, w01 king on the Sebastian :: -
I List week and Is busy fertilizing nee, 'I'unll.Ir.! Hale was rector of the as wt'lIlI" at Mellioiiino, by the UI'II"Itheir return trip lumio. They liver, bildge.
Jupiter's school cloned for the summer his poach orchid, and putting up a new Episcopal church, while hero, and hits drowning/ of Wlllrniti' und Jamex, sans of expect to spend Heverul d.tys In Gooiglil

holidays on Tuesday, with a very pretty lance around it. :Mr. Sawtelle came np won the love and esteem of all by his John F. Powell, of Wank !Knn, III., nt on the way, Miss Lucy !Hudson will close her

and appropriate program of exercises, the St. John's River, to !Sanford, with earnest work und gentle manner Melbourne Retch, Monday: afternoon Copt, and Mis. Coggln entertained I a school, VVavelaiid, this week, and return -

which was thoroughly enjoyed by the the genial Capt. Brock, who U so well The body of Janios has not yet been few friend. at dinner out owning. last to her homo hero

children and their parents and friends. known on- the Indian River. The steamer, Spartan, brought, the following found week, tliii (reunion being' their waddinganniversary. Tho sloop, Ladyo Agnes, ('apt., Stanley
down from Eau G.illle last
Misa Williams, who has had charge of After party (Dr. and,I III'S.! Ilobard gave a pleasant Klivhlng, Is again anchored In our harbor -
a very successful term our school Monday evening, to attend theelltl'l.tnln.ment -
the school
most efficient during teacher the, and past to her season is largely is a closed on thu Oth IIII t., with very Interesting at lIntel Ilollevlew: Oapt. and Mrs. reception week. In honor, Thursday of their: evening, of last Mm. Joseph l'lu''n' who hits been utters. I successful season at Palmlleacli.

due its success. She loaves in a few entertainment.: The recitations, Nenbltt, Mrs. Uottsiurd( and the McHsrs. ,of guest, Mrs. Truman seriiuiHly 111 with the gulp| for .several

days. for her home In Monticello, carry- songs and tableaux: did much credit to Ernest Taylor, It.1!'. 1'uddlson. II. Wlll- decorated D.iytoua.' 'The flowers rooms wore bountifully weeks, has quite recovered, under Dr. Juts A. Hudson( Is having another cottago -

Ing with her the love of her (pupilH, and teacher and pupils Even tho youngest hlle, Wm. Curtis, J. Dukes and Capt. palm 1'l'l'u\ with (who (urns and llughlett'ii skillful rare.W. built for Judge Staples Time Judge
is elocutionist
children evidence of had Charles Dukes 111111I, an Is to havo iiuuso
gave having gjlng a big warming
the ,
good wishes of the friends shehas
many the M. Murwln left fur Milford
(good training.! Many were present from ginllllud company by reciting Saturday: when It Is comploto l.
made here. City Point, Courtenny and Indlanola. Mr: and Mrs: Oscar Illuttuor anti several selections. Jonn., to look after his business
daughter Miss Helen, and Mrs. Abbott I Interests mend Paul Kroegol. hauling
Miss Bellows Is. much missed and : Last Mm. Merwiu\ sister and building ma-
wetrlll.t Monday the lends of
Dr. Loyal }o'ord'"Dyape"tlclde Isa cure, we bo fortunate I\nllllttle daughter: of Chicago, HI., are and evening, Miss Luke will lomiiln here some thtou toilal to his place south nf town, for anew
may enough to have Mr :Mrs. MnXitb them
not a mere relief from indigestion. It digests her with for guests of Hotel Carleton: this week. gave a pleasant weeks. yet.Cucoa ionldrnco. Who says Svbuntaln I..
us a fourth term.
the food and makes the stomach Mrs.! Ul.ittncr und Mis. Abbot I were here 11111'1>1'111" party: Itheir cozy little not Improving Now IIOIIHUS mo continually -

right. B. H. Wilson &/ Son.Tibbals. Mrs. G. II. Pond, whB has been visiting many years ago, their father, Mr. Edward home on the Iran: Galllo Hlvor. Cards Is preparing for a big gun club going, up.R. .
her sister, Mrs. Sawtelle, hits returned to Hail.ind, bought many acies of were Indulged, after which dainty re toiirnainunt' on Mny ".I.Y. The iiiograui
New York, spending a week In Washington land on Indinn: River, n. great deal of It II'e8hlll..lltll were served !Mrs. Truman Is quite ixIfiiMlve 1 and tho prizes are r.. Roberts Is hard nt work propnr-
the Mrs. and this favored tho (party with a recitation, Tho numerous. and well worth shooting. far Ing t the hind to plant out it two ,.icroornngo
on way. was delight Is near our town, we hope pleasant :
ed with a drive to Hockledge, when the : party will deride to stake. this their : Lovers, which wan received with al"I It Is (moped that people' (font all over the grove. !Mr. Roberts. has decided
pl.lllHU.Mr State will In the that the business to !1m.
orange trees were loaded with bloom. future winter home I piirtlcl|"iltt Contests mango going
W. G. Gillmore mud Mrs. It. D. links, I the salvation of the East!: Coast In a few
She visited several where she and :Mrs. Mrs. and Miss
groves wassurprised MoNub, of Youngstown, MrChesnoy McCliesnoy
of Jensen Last':Munday afternoon the following '
the of Miss Gertrude j\!a m.
guests to see ripe fruit and bloom Ohio who left last week .
have for thto
on and : spent the winter here, : S.inlfailum at
Air. Mrs. Chas the
England, last Sunday.Our the same trees. Among those visited party Misses: Allen Whitney and Whitney Susie Carter, left for their home Tuesday. They will Moultt, Intending to spend I a week or Stanley Kltchlng gave moonlight salt1
ladies will hold their afternoon tea we're Dr. Holmes' and Capt. Sharpo's, Dr. hlionnan, and the Messn. James anIWIlIlam stop at D.iytomi. St. Augustine, and will two there, and then proceed to Cincinnati to a 1 party. of his lends on the sloop,

party at the residence of Mrs Goo. E. where IIhA was generously given nil the : Powell, left here, I In the schooner visit Mr. McNab's f.tthor; near Chattanooga ; but after two days of Island solitude Lndye Agnes, a row evenings ago, The

Andrews, Wednesday next. flowers she wanted to send to northern J. F. I', for Melbourne Ileach, Anti at Tenn., before arriving homo. Mr. they relumed to !Cock huge, und Misses hinltli, Mayand Floildtl" Kltchlng,
friend and Mrs./ Mc.Vab have made many will stay here until they are ruddy: to and Mossis. baniplo and Faber wore In
Mesdames Henry Whipple and C. A. about 8:110:: o'clock, !Monday evening, the
that lends hero, who hope to see them return loavo for the north. the party.
sad reached here JIIes"rli.V1l
Robinson, of Eden, were pleasant callersin news
this place, on Tuesday: last Our niceneighbors Don't throw away your money buying liam and James Powell had( beendrownodWilliam's next winter, The Palmetto Club had It lint meeting Miss Arrol Lawson entertained n num-

are always welcomed by our patent medicines. Dr. Vincent's advice body wan found and brought ------ ut Mrs. Chaillnld'M/ on Tuesday. III" bur of fl'leuds1'uusdny, by giving then

ladies. alone is worth a gallon of "cure all" ashore by Claude Ueaujuan, of Melbourne SEEIN': 'fIlINGS A'f NJOUT( night: The laities. derided to donate their funds lulling\ party out on the Sebastian Riv

)Ir. and stuff Write him at Jacksonville Beach, but up to this time, Wednesdaynoon mare Is n common result of Indigestion.You to the Avilnh Instead of using them to er. Fish were plentiful, and nil report
Mrs. E. E. after
Peabody, J.imcs' body has not been found. can't with purchase a souvenir for the must .uccusHful big tlmo. The l party went out on the S.
good had
spending several weeks In St. Augustine, SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS. Florida expect sloop) a
the Messrs. Frank Powell '
A. ,
although stomach Dr. fiiichrti player' as was at' first & O, Farms railroad.
returned to their home, here, on Saturday : Hardware! Co., Jacksonville. J, Goodo. F. Irwin, SllermanIIClI..ker: the Loyal f'urd'.lysfuepticitle, Intended The re'lIlptIlRFIIOl1nt..d! to ten
new remedy makes sound stomach
Miss Alma Smith Ice
last. Their many friends are pleased gave an creaollOul'ler
Sam llrtinVIII Scott Claude lioau dollars'
that < n very acceptable: ) gift to the
to digests perfectly. number her friends Tuesday
see them back. and have to a or -
jean, Ernest Taylor others library association
Fort Pierce. evening. Misses Florida und May
Mr. Scott, of Philadelphia who wan hunted tutu shore, along the beach, for
engaged at Palm Beach, during the win- inllos, north and south, clay: and. night/ Lotus. NOTED) MKALKIt: IN TOWN.-The Sample Kltchlng, and Master Messrs.. Tom Fuller,Rule Hitching were,

ter, an chief clerk of the Royal Poinciana, Surveyor J, O. Fries, was In town this ever since he wits lost and we feel now greatest hauler of modem times Is Han- among the guests, and report a pleasant
If there is little chance of
finding him.
spent several days at this place as the -
Halve for
week. ner cuts, wounds, sores, pilesand evening.Eustnr.
guest of Mr. Geo. E. Andrews Messrs. The remains of William Powell was tak- C. I). Provost attended the progressive: nil skin diseases. It Is M'llIl'IInteld.U. .
:Scotland Andrews spent much of their Iten Sony and wife left for New Jersey en, on Wednesday, to his homo, In Wau- euchre at It. Wllnon :Sun Sunni' ty was observed hero with
party Georgian ou Tuesday
time fishing and cruising, and the visitor Wednesday. I kogan; III. The father, mother and the night. appropriate services' : III the school house,
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WItS delighted with his visit here, as (III J. S. Bell tins been on the sick list for other relatives have the heartfelt sympathy which Is being used as a church until one
everyone who comes here. the lost few days but Is better. of all. This has been the saddest The stoamerSpartan took up 11U crates Ten Mile Creek. can be built. The house was handsomely
shock our people have ever felt, as they of beans on Tue".laY-liut so bad to decorated with palms ,and flowers, and
Our pineapple /growers are much pleased Mr. Walter Bass left Sunday, to spend were both noble young men, who were begin with. the organ was decorated with Illlles and
I with the new schedule of the freight loved and admired all for their Y.. /Kidney Williams has lost his little
a few days with friends In the Narrows. by sterling vines; nn trains, and more especially the through good qualities. T. G. Ronald expects to go to Tltusvlll dog, Oju., and he I I..* grieving ojusly.. attracted deal nf admiration.
fast Rev. Mr. Lane held services In the new tile latter part of the week and from a {great
freight, which will only pick up car ,
Reuben Lowder held the services
Carbon jr., \hJIIIIt finished Rev W. A. ,
Methodist church last
loads. This will enable those of our Sunday. Large there to Uaytona via launch
shipping, Ills crop of tomatoes and beans which were very impressive.AF'rERf.ORIl'PEWIiAT.
growers conveniently located to sidetracks congregations were in attendance. PAINS INTHK BACK.-A. R Farrlng- number of from the
Quite a i/Qople
to take advantage of same, and James Bowman was a pleasant visitor bletlseveral ton Constanla, N. Y., says: "I was trou west side of the river are over dally to James Keen, accompanied by his dog, J Lv* Wi Illl M MS*BH

put fruit In the market in better shape, In town, Tuesday. He wall around shaking years with kidney disease and purchase goods from our store. flock, Is on cruise" up Ton Mile Creek, : ? tT.ualiy-,
and be able to reach the extreme East hands with his old' friends. suffered severe pains In the back. I used In him small yacht. A racking cough and a general feeling of
and Went when the markets are at their many Foley's Kidney Cure and one bottle curedme. :Mrs.. S. A. O- teen and MUs Maude We understand weakliest. Foley's Honey ami l Tar I II '
that In the
best. Traffic Manager J. P. Beckwith is There was a festival and musical en- I recommend It to my friends. It Hardee were pleasant callers at Mrs. few course of a guaranteed to cure the "gifp cough" and .
tertainment at Methodist church for has given satisfaction.. Take Bisbeo's ) years we will have .u rulhoud, and a
fast gaining the good wishes of our perfect no WelIeliliaYILftern.oll. lino of make you strong and well. 11. R. Wilson
the benefit of the church last Sat- substitute. II. 1C. Wilson .& Son. steam
growers by his !goad and faithful management new School closed" this week for the term &" Son.
urday. Mrs. Hardee of Jensen, ren- The ralim have ceased and the
In their behalf. Quick and goodtran"portatioD and the many friends of Miss, Maude peopleof
Is what our growers want dered some very line songs.( Mr.: (Good, Hardoe much her Ten Mil" Creek are enjoying the use
win and wife of Oslo also entertainedthe regret very see of 1 roads Roseland.
nnd need as it means better prices for Banyan. leave.A. good once more.
our products and the better prices audience most charmingly with -
J. D. Almond of
means more fruit nnd vegetable growers catchy songs and witty sayings, being :M. Chambers was down for a day several, Kockledge.an.l was In Mr. and Mrs. r.. ('. Moore have
burg returned -
and more to be hauled over the roads. encored several times. Mrs. McCurty, Deans and people are movln.t'lIv.I.,. last week, but could not stay long, as lie our t with days the ago, seemedwell from Green Cove; Springs.Mrs. .
Therefore It Is to the Interest of both of Ankona was simply delightful her The Spartan was loaded down Tuesday" Is looking after his summer crop In pleased country.

I growers and railroad company to have rendition of the "Village Schoolmaster." moral nit. Georgiana.The Ten Mil!' Creek Is. on the boom; new A. O. Bennett and I son, Master _

I quick transportation. Quite a snug/ little sum was taken In. The launch Eau Oallie was! here, Tuesday crops will soon be harvested, and settlers are Hocking In, and all are talk- Sidney, of Chicago, are guests of Mr.
and! Mrs. f..
C. Mace
lug planting out .
with Messrs. Pltzer Merrill and people will begin/ to vacate by the 1'jtb orange groves.If

Million Given Away.It Itrnve Men Fall Barnes, dispensing groceries and tobacco. of June, but a few will be left to tell you want to raise. an orange grove, Mr. 'I'. 8. Drake hail the misfortune
the Ten Mile to be bitten by a black with such
Creek Is spider
stay the place. We have
Victim. stomach liver and The of D. :\1.
is to kidney representative Ferry:
to the public
certainly gratifying serious results.
of the, that had tube
to know of one concern in the land who trouble. as well It women, anti) all feel Co., was ID our burg: this week. If It Rev. :\Marshall:\ held services. In the some finest young: grove in the a physician
telegraphed for.
State that have
are not afraid. to be generous to the the results In loss of appetite, poisons lathe were not for drummers and 'skelters we school house Friday\ night' ami on Sunday cold. never been bitten by the

needy and suffering. The proprietors of blood, backache, nervousness, headache would get lonesome. at rantley, goodly number attend- A few alligators are still In tike So

Dr. King New Discovery for Consumption and tired,listless, run-down feeling ing each time.L. F.. Kidney Williams, while strollingover bnstlan River, as :Mr. Moore while up
lint tbere's no need to feel like that the Allaplatahatchee farm, on :Mon- the river with guests In the launch
Coughs aDd C<.ldl. have given away
lied Hot From the Gnu M. Dawson, of Indian River Narrow day: dUcoverml that of I.. I.. Carl-
two Krceldoune: killed
over ten million trial bottles of this great Listen to J. W. Gardner, Idavllle, lad. weather bound here one 10ft. 4 Inches long,
medicine: and have the satisfaction of lIe says: "Electric Bitters are just the Was the ball that hit G. D. !Stead! man *, was Mondayand ton's sheep haul gained their entrance. and towed It home! to be photographed.
and the time with
knowing It has absolutely cured thousands thing for a man when he Is all run down, of Newark Mich., In the Civil War. It Tuesday, spent and In trying to drive' them out, one of

of hopeless cases. 'Asthma, bronchitis -, and didn't care whether he lives or dies. caused horrible ulcers that no treatment his friend, S. A. Osteen. the sheep committed suicide by running PLUMBING, STEAM AND OAS FIT

hoarseness tad all disease of the It did more to give me new strength and helped .for 20 ye".... Then Uacklen's against the fence. tings, boilers, pumps windmills .,
throat, chest and lungs-are surely cured I II good appetite than anything I could Arnica Salve cured him. Cares cute, Tbos. W. Carter,of Ashboro N. C. had tin rooting and metal work..

I by It. Call oar B. R. Wilson A Sons : take. I can now eat anything: and have bruises, burn, bolls, felons, corns, skin: kidney trouble and one bottle of Foley's There I" but one Chronic r'.wise spec- Competent workmen; plumbing material -

I Druggist, and get a free trial bottle. a new lease on life." Only ill I' cents, at eruptions.. Best pile core on earth. 23 Kidney Cure effected a pet fact: cure, and lallst of note In Florida-Dr. Vincent, of constantly on band.Oto. .

Regular size 50c. and $1. Every bottle B. 1C. Wilson: Son's drug store.' Every cU. a bos. Cure guaranteed. Sold by be says there Is DO remedy that will com- Jacksonville., Write him for symptom II. FBRNALDVSnnford '

guaranteed or price refunded. I bottle guaranteed. B. R. Wilson: Sons Druggist pare with It. B. R. Wilson Jt Son. blanks. ?!'!*,

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It went over a little knoll. It leaped

I Vegetables about 3O feet Into the air and came Florida East Coast Ry.

find a ready down with a crash.
Ills vessel was a wreck but Mr. I'ep-
market-but only that farmercan pard was not discouraged. lie made

new spindles, repaired the damage and
raise them who has studied in a few days be and three companIons
i Ira* >OUI I[ .M
were ready to start. Profiting by :
Dally Daily STATIONS. Daily Da41y0U6a
the great secret how to ob- bls first experience Mr. Peppard chose + G) ex> t11 ) 0550> E"

:: .'/U6p| B56sl Lv.. .. J ackHon villa .. ArLT TSOpB46p lbhbit i
tain both quality and quantityby a day to start when the wind was cJ 615p: lU4ua Ar .. .... S., Aagnstlne .... 69tlp II....... y
blowing only about ten knots an hour G 6*n> \ L.V .. ...St.Anllu.tln..r IItr'I' title
The first day they went I 60( miles. sI H hll\u..I -. .-... HamiatfflPalatka..: ., ....la 64111' Ij 'dId Qa
the judicious use of well- + 6UP Arraop .. .. )lust: ,. .. .., 626p!' 84Na p fa O:
Their route lay northwest through: 5 m. 61p: i2iRrtAr: .. |>alarka.Zv AiiIP 1IlU.: ea.
balanced fertilizers. No fertilizer Kansas and across the southwesternDart ?Joa 66UJDI16eLv..L ."'PalarkaAr .. .. .. .,Ar lta848ft). Ie O' 0 'tn

of Nebraska until they struck tbe .0 o G! T86p .. .. ........ .. Mateo..Lr ... ... I2ua bf O:]
for and OOH 'SMpq 0 .. "...... .. San Mateo ........ArLv 861' .. .. I:' (11:
Vegetables can producea South Platte river from there tn
+ : E-4 TIBpiI ku ......Kant 6t6: I, IDo
they went toward Denver. 1 4t1 Wp: .. ........ ... 402p T Ilia O .
; large yield unless it containsat "Our best time was two miles In .I O Joa JBftp 1141' ....... ...Dayton. ......... 86Ip841p 704aMa 0
rn d 124P .........PortOranuo.. ....... eW
least 8 Potash. Send for tour minutes. said Mr. Pepnard In 8/111': t41"p ".. .......New 8I11Y'o......... atop tBSUUa<.. Q rn III
% describing the Incidents. of the Journey fo4 8 8 Sip J(Xlp ......... ...... ... 8X((p 5M's P
1 tIJ gap 240p ...... ...Titw..11l. ......... 2lhp: pat r
our books, which furnish full "We could not run faster than G) 3 .... a HP ........ .City Poin... ....... ...... a p-
that rate as the boxing would bgve Pd| ..... 81 /n M .. ... ...Cocoa.. .,....... 14076p .. 0
r ti4 ILL tJ A W cj: COO .. .. atep, .' .......... ......... 14ip.: ..... ..::.f
information.Ve send them heated. One day we went M miles In .. ....3641. ..........Eau tMiiie... ... 11np ...... td aq fra4 ...A
three hours nnd In doing so passed C25teams. : 2 ....., 4Ulp ....... .I.lb..urn.......... .. t'/Ip()/ ...... td tn
free of 0"1" .. .... 4HHp .......... .KoHttland... ...... 122spp : : ...... (jQ 0
charge. -Kaunas CityJournal.Ilrnoitera fl ..4 GQ p 4 ..... 444p "....... 'bebastiaa... ..... '* 1l2Jp .. b_ ."...'.
t Joe en .. .... 6 alp .......... St. Luola.......... 11 HHH ...... ... ky ::f
Id .... .. 54l)|> .........Fort Pierce..... ... ll2aa. ..... -
GERMAN KALI, WORKS Heat ".n.. ...... Soup ....... .... 7lbhal. ........... 110411 ...... 7 rp .t
Can the brooder compete with tbe COI ..... asp |J ........ Fiten..n. .II. it uh. ...,.. (11 0
91 Nuuu St., N.w York. hen In .. ... a 10p "'''''.:::. Jensen ".....'... 10 ......
raising chicks successfully? 1 I 1 ..... a" ... ..... .. ..Stuart. ....... ......
-- -- think 'it can. I presume It Is I Tri-Wcckly Sailings d .. .... SStl". .. ........ Hub eoumL........ 5a..... ... rn
.. .. 70Hp .. Went Jnplter .... .. .. 0
Free and to go further Into the mutter than to 8 .:; .. 7 imp "'.. .:..WWPalm Heach... ... IEoo4 /: ...'.. a p
Accepted Masons. simply make the assertion. i3 ...... 80.Jp ..... .. Boynton ...... .., ..... ""d W
wUl l// One BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. .. .. Slip Delrav ...... \ ..... :j..
I"'oaon"I.J)' I aw so positive. In CO CQ ...... 55np".FortLauderdale...... 90'1.. .. .. C3B42p
-I this statement In because with brooder --..'. .. .... '. ...... ..Lemon City.. .. .. .. ... Zn
Indian It Is possible! 'o raise the chick n hOI II Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) W ,.. "'''''pAr'... .. ....Miami. .. ...., .Lv .. .. ... ,,.
No. 00( Buffet Parlor Cam on Train. Ho nod 78.WMH I
...- In seiiHon and out of season. It does. The Finest in Coastwise Service :B Nw Smyrna aDd Orange
Steamships ;
River/r., 7'' Titimvllle riot matter whether a brooder U tak g Junction.A Between Titairllla and Sanford.
X7A City
: : ingare of 1111 dock In the cold winter'
months. HIP ----- --- -- .,. PIAIUJ.IJ.: No.8 pJo.4 No.1l1| STATION.1: NoTJ
"Ige. /' FlorLU., IIJnIll'ral'ly'l1rm spring; The Clyde New England: and Southern Lines.) A 'Ap, 1 u44UI .. >:r..I.ew: hmvrna, Ar!|[ loop)clap aui) ;v.1 '. ... -Tfrlle......ArWimn ]15
Tlol.ln its mm>tlni| Ihfl second. and fourth Frirtsy or hot summer moo 11111. Lei-uuxe. a good. Direct service Between >mil Ma I .. Lake It..len, Lv mftp: BOf>pl : .... ... ... .LOntiHin. 11lJ:
of ..arh. month, n' the I nil Ian III ver hutul l brooder will di> It lime, and 4\:!\pU l K .OrauK City.. I1'b6pI44'p' 71m/! / :: .. .... ... ..... ,.. :: 11674lli
every do
TltllnUh..t 7ICIII..I..k: I'. w.A. Points. 42l\f'lrtUt_ r>''Ar.Ornng',. Jr.t.to 'I 12101: I >(ptrniim .. .... ....EntHrprlna.. ....... ..
.'ABUwart.Worsh/t.r.si'| .\fQJI ur. well If given bulf u ibuiu-e. All II needs.. Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern All t t\'twPe.----NPw. t Miiyrn* and Orange Ar .. ........nanfonL 11 Out
II. K. WIlHon, Melllo l WnrclKii. la the
.1. )t. W.lko".rnnl.., Ward...n.I. ,, PI'ol.I'.uIlIlIlICJII.. proper 'heal (Calling at Charleston) S. C., both wa.8)) City Juno'loo dRily except Sunday. All trains Ix-twoen Tltunville and Sanford
-r. M.'on.'' Tr amirer.F clenuluesA! mill pi-opi-r feeding: of the uxctipt Handn.y.TheHe .
/ ', A. Morgan, Nw'retary.i. chicks. A l brooder, will nine SEll-WEIGKLY; SAILINGS B.tw..n JaokVillcand Pablo B..oh. Tnyby yby
.. I.. Carriitlmm, Henlnr I Ixacon.K. chicks more fI..ulhhound...................... .. ..... ..... .. .... ..... .... .from Lewis Wbarf Boston Time .xs Hliow the.times at wrbloli
/ A. I.usl.v' Junior Doaoon., than n hnn. twice (lv'r.Vby? Northbound .. ... ... ,...... ..... .... .... .... .. from font of llogao Street JacksonvilleClyde's "N is N..T TIO..; ;. |No.ws! o.18 1 ltratnssnd 1'; boatn thn may iwveral Ittt pxp Htationa'ot d to and arrive and,
W. 8. ChaWe. ; I 1Stewards.' For several n-nnons. U'hen HIP hen la -- 6 4.:>p| U.teeekatmvilie..Ar:: : ; 1100..1! 45 'C. H. Walton. I I.A.1
dragging the little fellows. about In tbe 7 lopllO:XM/ A r. .Pablo B<-H.-h. Lvl 4UOp stated la not Ktiarantewl. nor does the Conv
roitclmr,Tylnr.BLOWN wet graft, the brooder IK St. Johns River T ine. All trutnN hptwcxin. .nekau"villn! ;; Pablo pane: hold Itmilf. responsible'' for any delay or
keeping them
I B arh dully except| MinilBy. any ponneo.mn" arlHinx therefrom
close and warm. I Il I never forsakes the BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFOHD.

TO. COLORADO.A chick, to go to laying before they are Jacksonville,.Falatka.eanrurd Enterprise Fla.and Intermediate landing on the St.Jotm't River. Florida East Coast Steamship Co.
able to lake cnn of tllI'll..lv.. Above STEAMER '

all It never takes them so far from PROPOSED SAILINGS I
borne that half of them are lost. It I I.

also a sure protection agulnxi.. verminof Le...' Jacksonville 3.30: p. in., Pundnyii,Tuesdays and Tlinmlaya.I Leave Miami Rnndnrs' and Wedm-Kdays, .... '.... ........................................11-ROp. m.
all kinds while the ben Is not. Last ..Aanfoni. 9:00 a. m., Enterprise t:do a. m., Monday,Wednesdays and Frl 'Till I'ralrla Sebooaer Was Ragged but nor least It lit as eaxy to lake care Leave SAO' West Monday and ThurxfluysArrive ...................................... .........j 8-W pili.
With ..!!. and Made Record 'lime of 100 chicks Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 2O4 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville.W. Havana Tuemlaye. and Ft'ldny ... ............................................... 15:110 a. m.
In brooders as 2O chicks Leave Havana Tn Mday> and Fridays ..._ ........ ................,....................,...11 :KM a, m.
'''..r. Agoa Ilie Urval "..... Kothe with two liens.c.. Kit-gel! In Amer. H. WARHURTO.V, T. 1'. A., F.M,IRONMONGER] !: ,JB., FU.. Pan*. Agt., Arrive Miami Wednesdays and buturdnyM. .. .. .... .. ..... .. .... ... .. .... tt:uua. m.MIAHIKEY .
Nevrlr Ulauovervd UoldUelda. lean Poultry Journal.frlrrtlnn It) State St,, Now York I 'M west Hay Bi..laLkiHjnvlllef'' Fla.
C. P. LOVKL1, A.llt, Fla. so a.. I JOHN. L. liUW AKU, ';UIHlrlIIUmd"uI.Jack.on..me. | WEST LINE, .
In these tluya of autuiuublluii. wolofycl Fla. I I foot Hogan Ht.,Jacksonville" : Fla.

and UorHoleBs! vi-liltlen It way nut nt a tttnele fell. THEO. U. KOKlt, T. M.. t Howling Ore.nK w Kurk. Love Arrive Miami JC >y Went Monday. ''Tuesdays,'Wednesdays' Thai'mlaya and and Fridays.,1 Saturday.................................. (:OOP.:i 80 1\0. m.m.
be If a breeder In determined to keep WM. H CLTI>K CO.O.u.rai4gent.. "" Tucl, y., Thnrwlayi and Haturdaya.................................. 8-00: p. m.
unluttremlug to kuow that ouo of up a uniform standard of cxTHence) lu ChentibruuKh Halldlnc 1U !MtaMMt.! sew Kara 14 au. ueleware Phllxlelphla. ArriveMlyami Wpdn""MY., K rl,lay..and "'BundnyH .. ... .. .. .. ...., ... ............ ... 11:110.: .. m.
the early luveutloni In this ':ouulry to .
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orlglDated In (Causes City Kan. Samuel : says Clement Stephenson, no moro Important Ocean Co."Savallnall Poe.IUnc datea enquire of the .nearest Florida Eat Coast. Railway ticket agent or write
... PeppurU wa tbu geulun who con ( subject can occupy his attention Steamship 'to the general oacet
than the selection of a stock bull. For r e py of Itwal. time cart call on Ticket Agents, or aoureaaJ. .
intructeJ vehicle that curried him and
a Many a moderate ) luirf been greatly P. BBCKWITH. TraiKo Manager. J. D. RAHNEH, A. G. F. A.
three companions over the plains. fromOsknlooHii Line"Fast FIt A"II",tin...
Improved and, Increased In value -s-
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aluioMt to Denver. And
by the use of n real good bull and
with such rapidity too tbut be not
many good herd bus been. spoiled. andreduced Freight and Luxurious Passenger Route from
only piisswl 1 all the white people jour I 5outhernSk --
In VII It..> by a moderate one. :
.-ueylttK- I be same way but vitally 'dinitanccd In selecting u bull we have first Individual Florida to New York Boston and the East. !
I udlnn pursuers and won bU
merit to consider and then
trig the uuntlnted ndiulratlon of the red
pedigree. but no mount of the latter Railway.i
men. will coiiipmiHiile for deficiency In the Ifc .
It was during the time of the excitement
former lie must l..> true to the bent

following the dlHrovery of gold typo of hit particular breed.' Hound. Jrv ".
In CoJomdo. A bad LINE--QUICK TInE
great x-oplu
( many [ and robust In constitution and well i
"et out for 'this I 121 I Dorado, and long ,
grown for hiM age By well grown I Idon't -TO-
wagon trains were to be seen every \
mean high on Lilt legs but wide,
lny moving avroas the pltilua. Mr. I WASHINGTON BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA
deep and. long standing on short amiwell ,
I'eppnrd wits anxious. to KO hut there.vas
set U'gn. Particular attention
": oue Rreat dlltlculty In the way- ,
should be paid to hats hocks. for many
lie didn't have the money to buy. homes a good bull In rendered1tmelefis by bad BIRMINGHAM. MEMPHIS CHATTA-
and wngon. 80 he sat down and
hocks. He should!
lime u good museu-!
thought It all over and then ns a resulthe hair NOOGA, ST. LOUIS KANSAS CITY
((11"It.) development In the right

gave out that h., was going to build places straight top und bottom Hue, .Irntl.Vlrt r yJ16 YJ -ravewX and all Points East and W.t.
ji wagon with a sill which he thought with broad! deep chest and good fore -

would make the trip In about as good Him. HM|.
amid general conduct
time as Any prairie schooner that was should denote rye good temper and thltIIklo cLx t Rail.. ..X'Art Son. NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS

gloating around over the wild and wool-
be mellow and moderately thick. SHORT RAIL RIDE TO SAVANNAH. The New York and Florida Express
Jy west.when .
Avoid thin .skinner) ones. See that
IIP first begun to build, the he walks well gay and like n gentleman Thence via Ship sailing from Savannah. Via Savannah and Charlotte, If. O.

"wagon the wise wen of the town all anti If he Is old (enough see what The New York and Florida Limited

laughed at him for wasting his time on his stock la like anti. If possible, have 4 each wool 4 Via,Savannah and Cha..lotte. N. C.

itch a craft Just as other wine mrii of a look at his Hire and tin in-In fact, all Ships ; The United States Fast Mail,

Noah's time nrolTed! at the good patriarch. his family connections that ore In the Via, Savraaaali and Chaxlett, N. O.

Mr. Peppard's advisers declared herd.. The next thing Is pedigree. Not TO New: TSTOX1.Z3E1.: The Cincinnati and Florida Limited
but If he attempted to navigate luch: a
raft he would certainly be killed and only see that It contains no Impurity 2-SrxXpS.A.: : 'V'V'EJED' : ;:, to; J30STON'-2 Via 3e..p.
but that the recorded ancestors. irere,

the people In j'Ut'rallooketI the wagon: as far as known, !good animal: It prizewinners All ticket agents and hotel are supplied with monthly Balling nchedulcB. Throuzh Vestibuled Trains--Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping Car*.
over shook their I heads and called It all the I better. Kind out. If Wilte for general Information, lulling schedules stateroom ronorvatlons or call on I

'I'cppard'B folly." you can. whether they were regular/ E. II. 1IINTON WALTER HAWKINS, Through Coaches--Elegant Dining Cars. !

nut Mr. "Peppnrd kept bn sawing good breeders. and lived to a good old TratHo Manager, Gen'l Aft. TralUo\ Department. I

wood and turning It Into wheels. and ago for nothing more hereditary If :Savannah, n.... 2JI W. Day St., Jacksonville Fla BETTER TIME AND BETTER SERVICE THAN EVER BEFORE.

running gear and board At lost It Is .
satisfactory don't begrudge --- ------ --------
was DulMhctl. It was made of rough: the price, and If after a trial hU Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and Clnoin* I I.atl.

lumber and shaped like a nklff. It was stock: l la. satisfactory don't be tempted Florida Central and 0.. Via heTille.. N. C., and KnozriUe,Through ;
eight feet long from to stern and
prow by price to pan with him. "THE LAND OF THE SKY."
three feet across at amidships anil. two --

feet deep. The bed was placed 6u a + I
U-.U Through Trains via Sonthern Railway are now Operated oonneetlen with
running gear with axles: sis feet apart.
the wheels all the name size and about the Plant System front Jacksonville.

as large: as the front wheels of a bug S Peninsular Railroad.
SCOffS 5V for Rate,Schedules and Information call .
gy. A ten foot most was fastened to on or addreaaA.

the front axle and came up through\ 5V GIRARDEAU. T. P. A., or W. T. OOSBT T. P. A..
the bottom of the wagon box, and to Unexcelled service from Florida to.all points ill:. West Bar Street Jaokionrille, yia I 1

this anils RANDALL CLIFTON Diitriot Passenger Ageat. Savannah O "
two were rigged the larger *
'11 by 8 feet the other 7 by r.. They Y [MUESION North East and West. J. !to GULP. W. A. TURK. 8. IL HARD WICK "

were both to be worked by a rope Tr.m"W. M.D.tt"!. a.... PaM. Act.& Art. e.n,,_ Aet ,\
V +hin.ton.ill WUIl1DtrLoD. a AtlaatA, 0.
through a pulley at the top of the must. ,
It the wind was high the smallerwas :115: a food medicine for the J -- ------ -----

to be used, and It It was low the w baby that is thin and not vv Two Trains dally between Tampa, Jacksonville Savannah and Columbia, carrying MALLORY

larger was to be employed. The wag well nourished and for the J Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping! cars, connecting at Columbia With sleepers for STEAMSHIP LINE.
011 had a brake and a rudder for steer

ing. The hounds> Instead of having n V mother whose milk does >v Florida New York,

tougue attached cutno up over tbe topof Y. not nourish the baby. J Washington Baltimore Phila. and New York. I r Philadelphia and Boston
the I bed and welded) "
were together.A J for + From
It is the RrnnswlckdlrecttiWNewYork.) :
<< good
equally yboy I p
bar was fattened here and extended: I Iirnk
backward three fut't. There was a w or gIrl who is thin and V Also with Cincinnati! Sleeper, via Aglievllle. ,., >,' a s PASSENGER!: 8 Ell VICE.

seat placed at I ho end of the bnr forth V pale and; not well nourished v ;, To make eonn..tlon8 with ste"mel'll. tears Jackunnvllla
captain, and he .steered by pushingthe tTnlon I>pot)on Thursdays' via(Cumberland Route). 8 :'JO! a in.
V by their food I also for the VV "Dixie' rnamllna. at I tfo p. m. M.nl. en r'iut.; or ".ll Rail" 74"
bar the
to right or the loft. Tlio Flyer" f
: : . p. m. (slant 8yMm. ) ..rlveun.lek, 11 jjn. patweoivn. onarrival
craft rigged out ,weighed :i.:'>0 pounds. ., anaemic or consumptive. at Urunmtick go directly aboard oteaQJu.

curried a crew of four wen n cargo;, of V adult that is losing flesh W Through Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louis via
COO pounds. the rumping outfll and PROPOSED SAILINGS.v.

provisions nerving! as ballast.' 5 and strength. y Lake City Macon Atlanta Chattanooga and Nashville.Making .:Sew York Pier 21 J:.It.,Asp: m.. (Standard Time.) L..Brunswick.
Before Mr. Pepixird started on his V In fact for all conditions V .
F'IoIay.J\fa'3II.\ .,. ... .... .. .. KIO ORANRE: .. ... .... ...... .
*erland voyage be made, a trial: one :*: of wasting it is the food Y connections for Kansas City, Chicago and nil point In the Northwest. Frl.Uy, April J. *. ........ .. ..(COLORAIx .... ... ... ..Vrndw".F'.lay..1l 1;,
mile south of Oxkaloomi on the present Frl.ay: 13.RKXiKAXUB I ............. Friday, '1
site of the Jefferson county fair V. medicine that will nourish Friday, ::10 .. COLORADO. .... .........."....rld.y. !'

grounds. There la a level stretch of :* and build up the body and J Through sleeping car service between Jacksonville and New Orleans For general Information teamen,trains, rates, .to.. apply l to .

several miles, and ft good stiff breeze W give new life and energy V via River Junction and Tensacola. BASIL CILL, Agent, 220 W.Bay Jackionvlllii.

the was craft on. When stuck;It Its struck none the down large to sale the {Y J when all other means fail. Full information on application to any agent of this company. H.H.RAYMOVD, General Southern Agent Brunswick Oa-
Co O n ral Agent.PIer lt. K.: River and 88ft Broadway. T.
ground and came near capsizing: lie 2: Should A* taken In summer*. V A. O McDoncll L. A. --
Sliipnmn. -----
.lnck.'Cllloll and set out again with the wen .j winter. 5 .

large sheet reefed and the smaller full .5 ,.... sad. $t oo.alt druggirt. .. The ADVOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing
the wind and It whixsed. General Pass. Asst. Gen. Pass.
agalunt away SCOTT" BOWNE, Owmku Nn..York. S Agt. Agt.
It went so fast In fact tbst the boxIng W W
Jn tbe.wheel'* h o?a.te

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:=: : 2AN':: _RIVER :HOTEL: Form In Roth-Title* on Card Hade From Old IIlat..I..l In the F rm '
Social t'htltlutf. \orltnlioit. PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

TITUSVILLE, The correct use mad appearance of The cheap anti convenient<< homemade ,

.* INDIAN RIVER the visiting card are regulated by custom wagon IIhll'lu'II' tl..1 Is made. from the This hotel U new pen for. ROOMS ONLY It Is centrally located, near
kzp. the lufrluA'(' \t'llt of which slumps castoR (II'Iwl'c..11I of two ('ombhl4.'l11'enf IVstottloo. Hunk and Cathedral.

FLORIDA. one as beyond the! social pale nays The >..t'" and mowers, The man who Rooms, IHVts to $1.00 per day; M.flO to $0.00 per week.V. .

Ladles' Howe Journal from which tho' built It tins described It as follows In D. SANCHEZ, Manager.

.v f following Items of "good form" arogleaned the Ohio Farmer:
,-' -," '''' J. G. BAST Proprietor In hauling manure to the fields, stone '
: off of \V I'S'I' I\\LM,, II R0 II.
work land and for various otht'rpurlo"11
A of medium
lady's visiting curd Is _
i \\where low* down wagon!! la ----
aJzc/ engraved In script or Uoninu letters
r The hotel fronts on the I Ii needed It Is worth many times. Its
e I the address In tho right hand corner THE SEMINOLEYES'C
v\ ,
aldesweepotbny(7mllesa""d ( cost nud has many HdMintngex over n
kI' i the reception day lu the left. Aman's ,
t 1ss' In width), formed, by the common farm wlI nu. tlelug low It Is
I I i AI Ii w a ia I { t pl '/ I Indian Rivermakingita card smaller, having tho name easily loaded 1 << and\ unloaded while the Upder New Management.:: Open the Year HOlmJo\ ('(! of
"' $ printed In full, without Initials, with
I ll4 Ial I i ui li I>r h, m,ll u I r ru1"Itll I,,,iii I i+IP M,11 h y Im I im,' nor delightful t. Constant summer cool re the preflx "Air." and bearing the address broad 1'11..1 nlieeU. will ;permit ,haul- Culidno u apccUlty. Itatoa' $;.2.30: ) to *,\I.H( ) per day
ieul lug over meadows or soft ground without
yrh Y'i'i ,a breeaesfromtheeenandr of his home or club. damage, when narrow tired wheels :Mrc.S., 11. IJURNIIAM, Manager!<
s 1' bay. Flowing sulphur No titles are used 1 1u'e, military, naval ,
YolniN 1 + NI '' U 94 could not be used' at all. -- .
I'1' ; 4 springs Special Bummer or judicial! ones anti those of clergymen -
vl rates. The cash outlay for It was a mere
and Such cards.
physicians. EVERETT
trifle. We got one pair of wheel and HOUSEH1'OGA SPRINGS, X. Y.
would read John Lester
spindles fl'ou1n old 1 ninclilne that wo
_-----.------ ---- with name of regiment or corps United had worn out on the furor, the others This beautiful family hotel will\ open for the luth season, tinder the samemanagement

JACKSONVILLE. States army or navy, lu left hand were bought for 50 cent at a nearby on June lot, llKNI( ',

-- ---- -- corner, or "Mr. Johu Lester," with sale. "'1' bought! alto less than riO) New plumbing with Inc Intent improvements, ins been I put in throughout
rank and regiment under tho name; the enllio house, and it linn also. been newly paiiitwt and lofuinltdKul.Tho .
rents worth, of bolts all told, at our
WINDSOR HOTEL... "Mr Justice!: lieu kumn." "Ilev. John village hnrdwnre, "store' The rest of the I hotel nceomiDod! two hundied giieHts (at reasonable. IItel1)111tl) / lint
Storm II IX," "Dr. Iveuucth;: Kellogg." live limulled l foot of ithndy<< piii/riv... .
material wns furnished from our lumber Tho locution' opxinltVln lor' Hotel South Is of the boot,
"Mrs. Colonel Doe" and "Mrs. Dr.Doe" | < on Hioadwuy, one "
)pile mini xhop. l'he work was done! In Huratngn, and only one block from nil the piluolpnl) Dpi'Ing/ *.
are both Incorrect. by the writer nt our farm workshop For toims and other paiileiilam' address'

A young woman entering society hasher I where we have u foige.' Three or fourdays' I'. M, SUAVE: Saratoga Springs, N, Y.
name below her mother's on the
i work at odd times' were requiredfor '
I a same card but she may use her own : the purpose 1 ) The woodwork Is all
m as well. The prefix! "Miss" should always In the rough, no plane fir paint being THE ADYOCATK LMUNT1NG 110 USE.

accompany the uuuie of an un- used as utility, not l ln ity, wa our

married woman. aim In constructing! It. Hy making the
A widow retains her husband's ..J r
bolster In front three Inches higher JrS
Christian name or not ns she pleases.It than the wheels. and, Iron braces and. n

sometimes occtmlons eiubtiirussmcnt support! (tin one) of old wagon tire the --

If a son !benrlug hiM fnther'a, name height on renr axle, we were ableto
name Is married. By reason of seniority make the II/Itornl-or! bottom of

a widow's curd may then read bod- )protect out over the wheels. This

OPPOSITE CITY PARK OPEN THE YEAR ROUND "Mrs Blank." This precedence Is now feature of the wagon we find of great

RATES, $2.50 and upward DODGE CULLENS. assumed by the wife of the senior advantage In many kind\ of wotk

member of a family-tho head of the By removing the aide! << boardsone cf

clan, as It were. Anything claimed which. Is removed anti lies diagonallyIn

as a distinction !becomes desirable.. Tho tho 'nt-lIn.1 erecting a suitable
Diml Hotel FLA.. "Mr. and Mrs" cU1'ells no longer used standard<< In front anti extending the

and the folded. or tinned down card<< platform a few feet lu the rear with
signifying a personal call Is obsolete.
Opposite posto Uce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and le- After receiving invitations tho etiquette -

novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted. .
of culls and<< cards \arles in different arei it yIf
Rates $2.50; per day and up. countries and cities In London

B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor and Paris the guests, after a dinner or

ball, hasten to leave their cards upon ..I

their hostess the next day, after which

Merrill's they may call at their: convenience.With .
Hotel Rathbun OLI CAHI.KTOV....,.. us courtesy demands that a Pl'reoual
light scantlings mipported\ 1 by Iron stirrups '
err 1 i9
New cull be made after, a dinner or If h m plfVl
attached to the platform." WI can
luncheon invitation and within a we..leafter
have a brat (')lasn buy "rack that would,
the function. A regret imposes
\ often lu service In
Market and Bay Streets, fronting: St. Johns River. American plan. the same obligation. come good haiillnijt
hay, shoat' grain or" corn fodder f.om r
Family hotel; steam heat. OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Grill After a wedding cue calls upon those the Held -
In whose names the Invitations were
rooms attached Florida trade especially catered for. Rates from Issued and upon the young couple within The fnower wheels! lire eRpeelnllyadaptei

$2,50 to $1. per day. Special rates by the week or month...........? the jear. A bride falls upon her ] to the eonntructlpn laro"H of such'
wagou as the hubs '/ia Inches
Fine Work
friends< after have her Job Executed.If
J, II. DAI/TON In charge of office. C, A MERRITT, Lessee. that attention.only they paid long face ..'\/, Inches wide, while they Quickly .

are IIn) Inches high There may lie
The presence of guests at a reception .
other wheels Just IIH good however
THE MOST POPULAR OFJACKSONVILLE'S Is accounted a visit. They leave
Tbe long hub Is quite an Item though,
their curds and those of the absent
In the wheel, ax It gives strength and,
I : members of their families In the hull durability to the wheel. You Have Not r
before entering the drawing or reception -
We used\ the original npln American Plan. $::1.00 to U.oo} per day. rooui.
cutting the shaft In two In the<< middle
Those unable to accept wedding br and pnuehlng holes near the end, for
Table uoRiirpasHed. Rooms and Bode be tIn reception invitations Mend cards lu-
bolts, we fastened!<< them! to wooden Found What You Want. :
"the City. Bus meets all trains closed In envelopes\ on the day of the axles of the desired length.) We made a. a
function by hand or punt' and, call aft
Free tickets on street car to within one block the reach seven feet' from, axle to axle, ,
of Hotel erward.. After any other form of en- which Is none too long I If Intended for For Home, suppose you take n trip down nnd look at out
tertainment cards may be Bent, but.wbt.u .
buy aud fodder<< < hnulfng. The platform
Fruit and Garden Lands .along the ,
C. GARVI GILMAINE, Manager. possible, a c"ll should<< be made Is ten feet long by nix feet wide, tin ,

In person. front wheels painting under, the. ; saint .
A lady's social visiting Is regulated In turning. A ulntlonary !board eight/ East Coast

WESTMORELAND Went flay and Cedar Streets,' by custom at by a code. There must inches high Is bolted to upright Iron

HOTEL. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. lie a cull for a call and! a card<< for card.. at trout end of platform. Cleats<< are

At the first call of the season a mar nailed to this to receive front end of Settler are (looking In mil ullll' there U room. If you are
rled woman leaves with her own two Bide! boards. These are only nix inches
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened of her husband's cards for the lady wide, I but can be made wider If desir looking tile way, drop n line to

this season, Fine cooking and good table ftot and Cold water and master of the house and three of ed. JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vle-1're..ttlcnt.'
her son's If there be ladles In
Baths, Elevator etc. Five minutes from wharf or depot. All young Home person might object to this '
the family. If her friend, 1 be at home projecting spurs on these wheels.... In ,
i street cars pass the door. Rooms 50c, '7oo; and $t a day. Rooms and she places them on tile hull 'table! send practice these do no harm, an their !\ AUOUHTJNE, FLA.,

I board $2.00 to $2.50::; per day. ing her own card by the servant. At worn condition from long tine and tin
subsequent<<} calls she need<< not leave packing of the earth between them
t Proprietor. her husband's curd unless he has received leaves/ HO little of them protruding that
un Invitation nnd she 1
an mar allow they do no damage even on young
her sons and<< daughters to assume meadows. -.'- /
New Hotel ROSELAND JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I their own obligations
A change of residence should be an. The Car. of the Cttmtlnif 011110.The 41tt

Under entire new'management. Newly furnisliedand renovated. Cool, flounced enily In the season by sending dialing dish need n good deal of
cards to all one's care If It U to be kept.looking bright I
acquaintances with
quiet, and comfortable. Electrlo lights and 1/(>lIs. CrtHjuet, tennis and J'r'i i
and nice enough for table tine '
the Dew address and reception day says c
bowling alleys. Good fishing and boating.: Special table d'hote dinners If a lady has a reception lily her The Designer Tlie pun. ought not to

served every day at 0 p. m. We supply the table with fresh vegetable friends should<< try to call/ at that time. be put In water when being washed, Ft rst

from our own garden: ; fresh eggs and chickens from our own poultry She need not receive\ chance/ callers on but Instead the water should bo put lu r

yard; good rich cream from our own cows. Pay us a visit. Within any other day; she could never be sure them, the nlckled 1 surface afterward

two blocks of the Ostrich Farm. :New 'phone 317. of an uninterrupted hour at home. The' being carefully/' wiped aol polished n ,

servant should be previously Instructed with a piece of chamois., It, 1 1 ft iii I ( .

to give the Home message to all -- 'IQ

HOTEL OXFORD JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Opposite comers, "Mrs. Homer Is engaged today DO YOU GET UP
St. James HoteL and<< Is sorry not to be able to see any alaYl,

one," at which,uone'could take olTenve. WITH A LAME BACK ...
Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms comfortable and ?

homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleas -,
ant stay. Rains very reasonable. Give the Oxford( a trial when In Jack- Healthy llw... Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
sonville. The health of hogs does not depend

MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. !In any measure on the promiscuous Almost everybody who reads the news The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one inmate
feeding of drugs. If proper attention papers Is sure to know of the wonderful
of who has been in the Infirmary for three
--------- -- ---- seventy years age
-- years
-------- .
were given to all the hogs In the country 1U cures made by Dr:
ST. AUGUSTINE. the makers of cholera cures would Kilmer's Swamp-Root, a great sufferer from indigestion, and has been taking Ripans Tab

have no demand for their medicine Li a and the great bladder kidney, liver ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he if

HOTEL MAGNOLIA NOW OPEN When It Is said they live off the Ignorance l' It I la the great remedy medl- never without them. He is willing that his name should be used in
of the public It IK tat to tell the of
ST. AUOUSTINE FLA truth, and It In not saying anything caltrlumph century the; nineteenth dls-- a testimonial as it might be of use in persuading some other personto

*12, )O0 expended on Improvements and new furnishings last year, against them or their remedies. These 1 IjjL covered after years of try them. A second old gentleman in the same institution
and<< tito.OOO! this season. Hydraulic Elevator, Hot and Cold men who have studied hog cholera la 4t U scientific research by
Water Untilon ench floor; also Private UatliH added to several all Its phased are the first to say that lm Dr. Kilmer, the eminent eighty-four years of age, has had liver trouble for many years and

suites and heating Arrangements are among the Improvements; the disease first ,cuts Its foothold In kidney and bladder finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him cry much. They also have tw.
making thin popular house one of the mont comfortable and well filtby pen anti yard. and front drink. specialist, and iswonderfully
equipped hotels In the South. Write for booklet, Ing stagnant water. From this start successful In promptly curing nurses there one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer m

PALMER 4 MAcDOWELL, Proprietors. herds that are properly cared for become lame and back Bright'kidney Disease, !bladder, which uric Is acid the worst troubles > from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nervousness.

Infected, and If the Reason I I. form of kidney trouble. They take the Tabules and find them so useful: that they

The New favorable for the development of the Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is not reel always have a package in their pockets. The matron also
.,, Algonquin HotelMil' germ of disease an epidemic of bog ommended everything but If you have kidney -
cholera follows that weeps hogs worth liver or bladder trouble It will be found that she is forty-five years of age and at times suffers with

ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. untold, thousand It cannot be said] Just the remedy you need. It has been testedin tion, causing pain and paroxysms of bekJiing, and finds states//
too many times that hogs are cleanly so many ways In hospital work. In private
I UII I 1 .'.t ..FRONTING ON THE PLAZA... by nature. They are the only domestic practice, tmonff the helpless too poor to purchase Tabules! are very good indeed: and Is perfectly willing to herj

; Under New and Liberal Management. anima!! that will habitually have a relief that and has proved so successful name used in a testimonial. ft ftr
Mont Centrally Located Special attention certain place In which to deposit their been every made by which apodal all reader arrangement of this .....JI'I'IIII.01r __ rw*.M fi..0 _'
Tourlut and Commercial travel. droppings keeping tbe remainder/' of paper =......L --IM r .r ........ -.-MY '
who have not already tried It, may have a .r- .,. : =:-P-: :=-c
Verandas.:: the range clean If they are allowed to ample bottle sent free by mail, also a book forme .. -=:.::\=: : t.: __ =irw.a.saw __ _

I do ao. Give pure! water and plentyof telling mr e about Swamp-Root and how to
round. Rates *J to J.50 ----- -- -- .. .. ..
: ---
year per day. -- -- ------- -- ----- -
I green feed during the period of find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.

I Y. C. HAYDEN, Manager. development and ling) cholera If It When writing mention reading this generous

i Last Two Years Manager Ocean View Hotel comes at all. will come from an out- offer In this paper and JOB PRINTINC
; aide nource. Once It baa arrived prompt and your address to ,
measures to check Its 'ravage should Dr. Kilmer&Co.Bingi4lMi: w OF ALL KINDSPIUNTINO

Remember the ADVOCATE does Job Printing. be the reported disease Is to checked and persisted-Swineherd.In, until hamt regular n,f-fty N. cent Y. The and tr-III........__ (ixecuted at theADVOCATE

; dollar sUes, are sold by all good druggist' OFFICE. ,

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BIRTHDAY, WEDDING PROCEEDINGS DEMOCRATIC Fort Pierce-O. S. Tucker, C. F. Olmst Bovine.Messrs. Carroll & Goldsmith
...and... EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. EdenV.. F. Richards, Mont Hardee, -
W. D. Edwards., O. A. and C. R. Stewart were, GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All Kinds
Anniversary Presents. Tho Democratic County Executive' Fott Drum-II. L. Parker, Dan Sloan, out Sunday, visiting their uncle, B. J. ,
Committee met at Tltimvillo, on Saturday II A. Holmos. Stewart. K Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited.
of Narrows-F C Poppul, C J Roams, J J
ccIl r ? the 14th day April 1WKJ, la' pur. X. Eugene Kinniard was married to TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
nuance of the) call of the Chairman, for Robert8.OeorlClanaP.
II Wlttfeld J E V Hall the charming daughter David Hunter, ----
the purpose of calling the County Conventions -- -- - -
Fritz Ulrich. on the 12th! Inllt.r .
and such other business art
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA misbecome before them. Merrltt-J' R Idiot J D Sams T II /San: 'r The bridge is Hearing; completion, and & Motlow <

1'ieHunt at the meeting, T. V. Moose, del'''. it Is great help for this section, as the Lesley < ,
chairman; John II. Wynn, Toro Johnson! I Canaveral-Henry Wilson, N King, W slough was dangerous: to cross.
..THE ANHEUSER BUSCH \\". C. Uraddock, Sr,, W. C. Peterson, C. Peterson. (Successors to LOSLEr UENAKER: & CO.)
While Gibbs the other
Mr. out
Haulover C II Nauman O Nolle J W was
K. Stewart, by John Henry, proxy; II. ,
T. V. Moore K. GrUIU. day he killed a very largo: 'gator,: and and Domestic Wines Brandies Rams Gins and Whiskies
Brewing Asso's A. Conkling; by proxy; W one of the Lands took his "peeling" oil Foreign Brands or ,
Ankona-J N WallerA
li. Raul rson, by T. V. Moore, proxy; Saeger, "
C Kawllnson.Mlcco before one cultlea1 "Jack Robinson. Bottled Ales and Stout. 1-
and teo. Chester, by J. II. Wino, proxy. Beers.
Famou !St.' mule Ku" Old\ Hot. Upon, examination the proxies being -U T Smith, II F Xucholls, J E .
tlud JUer.Hold found regular and correct they were admitted ; U.ilncy.IJanyan. DEALERS; will ploatto note that Florida A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tables.

and cm motion John Henry was i -J A Booth, P A :McMillan, H. Hardware Co., Jacksonville, are selling and careful attention given to
\ l>, Moo Loftlny''' At Motlnw, Family and hotel trade la solicited. Prompt mail
Tltur-vlllH, r...., elected The minutes J III II lard. kerosene oil heaters at cost.
secretary pro-tern. orders. Cash must order LOSLEY: & MOTLOW, Tltusville, FI....
By Mr. n. /.. Miuliiw, foriro: Kla.ty of the last mooting were read and ap White City-J F Bell. E J Trainor, W accompany your
; .Mr. W J. ruc-ker' (''''!<>a 011.1 S Pitts.Woodley.
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proved.On -
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f Fort I'lurco, Fla.
motion the Hoard of Public Instruction -E C Walker, Lewis Harris, ROBBINS & GRAHAMWILL
be requested to re-district the G W Keith. INSURANCEI t
JOSEPH ZAPF ty at their regular meeting; In July,COUll-I All credentials to bo signed/ by a major- Si0FiRE,
r Into three School districts, In ity of tbe'Pieclnct Committee of their Property
...L.a. ors...
Solo Agent. with Chapter .UI: No. "II>, of the respective precincts. LIGHTNING: : : : : runcL:
of Florida, according to the Registration On motion adjourned.
010 to (120\:. 'Went Bay Street, book at that d.ite.On T. V. MOOKE, Chairman. PRACTICE IX STATE AND I represent all\ tho leading Fire Insurance Companies' and the mutual Lifo
motion the Executive Commute Attest: JOHN HBNIIV!: Secretary, pro tem. Insurance Company. Am also Agent/ for Surety Bonds of the City

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. hereby recommends the appointment of ------- UNITED :STATES: COURTS. Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.

U. };. Minis us u member of the lloiircl of A. R. H'iss, of Morgantown, Ind., had For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CIIAS. S. SCHUYLER,
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1'uWlc Instruction from the second district to get up ten twelve times In the night/ Tltusville, Fla.

in place of 1:. N, Andrew, resign$: and had severe backache and)paint In the
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ad* and that the secretary: notify the kidneys. Was cured by Koley's Kidney
"Superintendent: of till action of Curl Guaranteed. 1) H.. Wils jn k Sou.:
KDISON LALANDK, Furnished to lands In Brevard and Dado
On motion It was unanimously resolved h..U..1C of I>..il. County Democratic Kxe- .

:SAMPSON NO., : That the recommendation for ap-\ e".IIve ... ..... Counties TITUSVILLE, FLA.

and DUY HATTKItlES, poliitmeiit i>f County CoinmlKMluiicrs bo. = Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked 1 or loose. Special attention
relegated to thu Deinocmllo County };x: -
FOR GAS ENGINE IGNITION. ecutiveS"tnmlttee! In ac'C>nliuco with The democratic. executive'coinmltteo paid sacking for Yachts or for lamllyusc. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .

the platform and recommendation of thiSt. of Dado County met at West 1',101, Bench! We have a largo list of T. WETMORE:\ Proprietor.

mt Augustine VOII\ell Lion, nnd n.. was Satuiday: last at tilt rooms of thus
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, the custom pi'lor to the year I 1MH.CAM. City Council. All the members were r2 AN ID s
Including Chairman Joseph A. ,
present, For Prices On.
roKC'ouNrv c.\fVIo\Irlo-\:; : N, Uim-
McDonald vtU.uul:\ Senator E.
On motion In was resolved : That a Ick of ".,1m Uo.ich, W. .\. Filer of Cocoanut owned by ourselves and clients. Price
County Convention bo culled to meet at dove; J. N. Urantley of Lauuilur-,
Tltusville, Flu on Tuesday, hy l.it.h;; atI dale, and Otto Sfypimn of St. Lucie, for unimproved lands $3.00 to $100.00) Hardaret.
: p. m., for the purpose of electing live holding the proxy of W. L. VV'Idmeycr of ,
da lega'es/ to the Democratic State Convention J upi t".', Chairman McDonald presided, per acre.

to bo held at Jacksonville, Fla., with W. A. Filer as secretary.On --
on June 10th, 1IKK; and also 5 delegatesto motion of W. A. Filer It was votedto Crockery,
the Congressional Convention) t>( the hold a county convention on May 1 WE have a few Residence, Orange

:2nd district, to be held at Gainesville, to elect delegates to the State and Con Tinware
Fla. on May 22ud: 1100. gieimlonal conventions. Each precinctwill Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable ,

Also, that a Convention be called to be entitled to one delegate for every locations. Prices Reasonable.

meet nt Cocoa, Fla., on Tuesday, August ten votes oast at the last :State election. :::EI.A.. .TESi. : anti !:i"rC: >'V"ES.:
:21"t, 11KX!\ ), at 4 p. m., for the purpose of The new precincts of Cutler, Ojus, and
nominating a member of the House of Pompano will elect one delegate each. v WHITE '1'0'RITC23AR

Representatives, and all County olllccrs All the delegates will be chosen at muss 01l'FICE8'; J TITUSVILLEand
to be voted fur nun elected by the people Convention each precinct,on Ap115.:/ 1 MIAMI. : & SON
Full lllno of Electrical Supplies., at 1 the next General Election to be held C. A. Carter of Cocoanut Grove was :r_4 _S. : : : : ::

JOHNSON LAW CO. In November lltoo, as follows: re um mended to the Governor for appointment -
:3 &: 61 W. Fortyth Bt. JacksonIlia, Fla. A member of tho House of Representatives w supervisor of ruglstrallou.Ou East Coast Meat f MarketTITUSVILLE Box;,, 212

; Clerk of the Circuit Court; a motion of Mr. Filer, the next meeting TITUSVILLE, :FLOKIUA.
HOTELsfBOARDiNGlisESAND County Judge; a SheillT; a Superintend of the committee will be held at West .
ent of Public Instruction; a County Sur- Palm Beach on August 20. At that (I. F. DUREN, Agent --- -- -- ----

OTHERS vevor; a County Prosecuting Attorney ; time tho date will be tiled for the county """1 Chas. A. Gardner
a County Assessor. of Taxes; a County prIma riel. One member of the committee cva o'u . ,

Tax: Collector; County Treasurer; three favored" holding the primaries next FUNITURE,
members of the Board of Public Instruction month, but the majority disagreed with U2c- -. :STOVES,

one from each district. And slmi hint :> tyty DRY GOODS,

to select a pmoc"I\loCounty Kxeouilvo --- MATTINOS.THOMPSON'S) .
Committee to nerve for the! next ensuingtwo
years, shells Ifouriealordoes notearl'y n ca. AND RAO CORSETS.
Each precinct will\ be entitled to thu powder -
them regularly In stock rM. ,
If von want Freehand. Halt water Find, Ovuter*. following number delegates to eiioli' order a sample lot of the FloridaIfu'dware M. i WALL PAPER,
., UrnnnTiirllM+.. go to n. II. MKI.TnN: tyholemtl County Convention, and also to the Sen- you 4
Co. Jacksonville yr KID GLOVES,
..n.IU..ta" Kluli mid DynUtr Company riotof atonal Convention lobe hereafter called _.
Uoeiiiint ,and City: Market,Jacksonville, Kla." = SHOES,
ha Senatorial Committee: aoU2 :
by : making r i3. TRUNKS,
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all throe seta of delegates, one for each Prwlnct I'rlmary for Tltu.vlll p

.rho I3rowory. Convention, on the bunts of one delegate A meeting of the voters of FLORIDA . . Titusville, Fla.Don't .
for each tell voles and 1 one delegate fur Primary

4JI0 Vest Hay Ht tJiivksuuvklle, each fraction of tun votes exceeding live, precinct No. 2, of HIOHO I entitled vote
east fur the Dmnocratto nominee for thu at said prim'y in acoordinca" with the!
FINE iglHlatuie in ISHW.: Precincts casting call of the Diorailo Couutv Committee George Peoples... Forget.
IOHH than ten votes to be entitled to one as published+ I this week, will lie heldat ..

Wines Liquors and Cigars. delegate. each In aocordu..e'Ith tho the Con it h 'UIII', In THimvllle, on (ltd Oilman .riiislnltll' if
resolution! of the EX\jcutlv"Cummlttoo ax Friday, AI'I'II7:/ I Ii) 00, Maid primary tu 1 Inillnlnic. next .. III ...That we carry a stock of...
Aaheuer-Du.ch Extra Palo on Draught. 1'111411".1. unanimously on October II, 18IS! / upon at 10 a. m., 11I1.t remain+ open continuously hour, to fnrriitli; -- -- ---- t V
and lu thu until 4 p. m., for I the put pose em'. .burlier shop.washmgtonnve. Furniture;
published at
county '
Fine Cold Luuch Served( Dally. papers Tl(fUSVIt-LK, FLA.Tlnsmlthing .Furniture
that time. of electing twelve delegates! to represent ..
Tho bunt of Service and a plwisiinb" quiet

esort, JOHN F\ MUNCH, Mgr. I ; LaGrange HUlk ledge?:and; Tltusvlllo Cocoa 4;12 Enu; City Ualliu PointI :I; pi eel meet net No.at 'Titusvldu lln the County on May Conventionto I 15, 11)00\)( ; and all kinds of, repair Rooting:work, Guttering promptly / I l !X11 i ( Which contains goods which are strictly
--- attended to. I
also to elect twelve delegates to represent it useful well articles which "both
Melbourne I II; !Malabar 1; Sebastian 1; Ft. t as as are
JUST FAR ENOUGH NORTH" 1'leico (IIi I; Eden '..Ii; Fort Drum :2; Narrows said precinct In the County Convention Work from down the River solicited I e-- useful and ornamental.

ENJOY YOUR Rini.MKII OUTIMO AT 1; Georglaua; Merritt:.! ; C"nl\Veralli; to meet at Cocoa on August 21, !!vim We have also a beautiful and complete
"" a MOTELVICTORY lluuloverl I ; Atikoua 1 Ii; Mlccol; White 1IH) I; tuicl also'. to elect twelve delegates,(
A'+' City 1 ; Woodlwy Ii; Banyan 1. tu represent said precinct in the Senatorial I MAINHARD BROS., line of Millinery, Dry Goods, Notions etc.

,11 l +t-In-hay lulut.AKKKIUKO. No allotment is made. for SprticeblufTn Convention to be hereafter called "
: the I Couuty Commissioners have dlscontluued by[ the Senatorial Committee.W. John R. Walker,
+ 1 Tliu World's the ureclnct.. N. HKSIUHV: ) Cleaning and Dyeing -
tit ,, -
Ijiriipnt, iniwt Tho I'rocloct'Comm'tteemen' hereinnf- O. A. S'new: AUT', > Precinct Com- -
oharmlnir NMIII- J. P. Joi.nn.wirn, ) mlttee.
tor named shall cl\lI\\ precinct primary -- -- -- ---- -- -- -----
tnerhotel, Cad, ilollithrfiil ulr.mMiiililtm" clmiiKOtinra of tho of ., their Tltusville, 'Ia., April 17, 11100. Establishment, 12 Newnan St., Clothing
water, no iiumiiiltiim| ,,; "(lair, liiinUuur, meeting voters respective cleaned and
cubing bathing. dnuun nalatorliini lieument.Innnnurublelarge precincts entitled to vote under this ritll. dyed repaired pressed. '
{ liiiml cud oruliimtrn, at such placusas may be most convenient HAVE YOUR DEALER order you one JACKSONVILLE, FLA. GAY
211 err..l.wn.ervlueand enema
white imrvanu. Rate.eadktoea.4kperday( ) nnmiritMMpfMltAH l ;, tu..a majority of those entitled to vote, as of Avery's high,( -wheel bund" garden
rile AU to t'lo iwr week, olnuitt family rata. June the said committee's judgment shall dictate Plows from! the Florida Hardware Co., BROTHERS'GROCERS.
JO tu Hiipu III. lloaiitlful fitlilor, ta.( liy mall.Atltlnm not later than May 12th, WOO), by state ageut.CitiH rhe r.L-"h..ec 1VllyP4
T. W. McCreary, Oen'l Muiinmtr,
Tat MimnM ulriwl, Toi.KIH. Ulllo. giving public notice of primalle, stating -- i
After June let, fiit-la-llay,Ohio. plainly the place of meeting, and the .>liiflr l' rly. from O.mo."ll1ot.\ '
time of opening and closing! of such primaries WHY KILL YOUR MOCKING BIRD .

CANCER by posting In at leant three public The following party Is camping on tho : buy the Southern with stale [food fume, when Mocking yew Bird can We make a Special Feature of our
CURED it HOME: 1,11\0esln each precinct, where a news I beach at Ormond: Mr. and Mrs. };. J. '
\Food 1 fresh every day at 2e;; per lb.; sent
paper.Is not published, at least one
lowland Mr. and Mrs Geo. lowland
Mail Order
anywhere extra to freight.
week In advance of the meeting of said Department.Knowing
NO KNIFE< NO 1'AIJT.Bwilil ',f Dexter, Me. ; Mr. and Mrs.I ItenJ. .
for free book. Aililre. primary, and In precincts where a newspaper Smith, Portland, Me.; Mills Annie Kow- WHY suffer from CHILLS & FEVER,
Is published, at least once by pubiloallou den, White Mountains, N. H ; Messrs. when you can get a bottle of
) how difficult It is in some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES
Sanitarium In said newspaper, at least one Thomas' Chill and Fever Tonic
Adams BulTalo N. Y. F.S. Johnson guaranteed
harry ,
weak In advance of sl\lIllII..ellnl. ; CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them tilled
KELLEV1EW, FLORIDA. In view of the Inconvenience of: attending New York city, and not forgetting bull to cure for OOo. promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will bo satisfactory.We .

the primaries lu a majority of the he nmscot. Jocko-a full-blooded WHY stiffer from a splitting HEAD' carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida, and ha..emallY

precincts, It Is recommended and requested terrier. ACHE, when you can get a bottle articles not usually found In other and smaller houses.

.. ..... NEAR & TAYLOR, that the precincts elect the delegates! of Thomas' Headache Cure, that will nr- SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
; .... cure In short order for lib
I to all the conventions nt one meeting. Returned from N itu. you
Artesian WellCONTRACTORS I They can elect the same: delegates to all It. R. THOMAS, -- --- --

: q, I three of thecunvenllons, different delegates On Saturday last Gen'I. Supt. C. H. Chemist A Druggist. La Villa Pharmacy. E. A. ADDELL

to each convention, as each precinct Knott, of the Florida East Coast Hotel I Jacksonville, Fla.\; .
r..:. 1irll( I may decide for Itself. System; Manager J. D. Price and wife, ,
? t ii' ,
r 1' All Democrats, or those who vote the of Hotel Ormond; :Manager\ Jos. P. the most peculiar and Interest- Miami City and Dade County -
t( YL t ) Ean Gallic, Fla. Democratic State and. County tickets, Greaves and Miss Qrcaves, of Hotel Ing sight In America,, . ,
are entitled to vole at these precinct' Alcazar, St. Augustine; Mr. L. II. llinglani Real Estate
piinmileH, Including those who are not of New Britain, Conn.; and Master THE FL01uDA.OSTRICH Bureau.
roplatered by reason of age or residence, Colby Pinkerton of Ormond, returned
For; Mulo. but who are entitled to register when rom Nassau, N. P., where they report
the books are open, and who will so reg laving had a delightful time. Farm -A select list of-
later and vote. No shall be entitled
11 acres choice land, at Gcorglana, person -
to vote in any precinct ptlmary except 331L' 13it-le1Ly1to .
fronting Indian and Uanno.Hlver.. part t-y
In the precinct in which they are Chaligo In Precinct Xo. 1O. ,
ly cultivated. 1,1M.00( ; terms to suit. JACKSONVILLE.:
Address, entitled to vote) at the general election. City Lots Fruit and Vegetable Tracts of all sizes for Investments. Prospbate and
The members of the Precinct Committee On motion It Is ordered, as the voters
BfCKMAX, lire to lx tile Judge of those entitled !- of precinct No. 17 wlllh to be joined toprecinct ., 1 ORANGE: GROVE LANDS on West Coast.
22: llognu st., Jacksonville, Fla. "
No. 10, the boundary of precinct
to vote iu their respective primaries. r rr For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for
Tho following>t'rllon" are herewith appointed so. 10 will, In the future, be the follow-
TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. PrecinctCommitteesfor the lOll: To begin at the northwest corner ARMOUR CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS,

of holding the Precinct Primaries purpose In I of Section 30, Township 3D south Range Fertilizers, Chicago, 111. Chicago, Ill.

The following are the times of arrival their respective precinct : "1 east, running east to Atlantic ocean, Avenue D. over Bank MIAMI, FLORIDA.

and departure of pioaenger trains to .and LIIOI'anjto-W. W. Ballard, L, K. )fyerll I thence southeasterly along/ the shore to + n
south of Brevard
boundary County
from Titusvtlle: Goo. II. Gardner. ; 1 a E. E. MIMS: : :
.nouTimorxn. TltiisvllleV. H. Hondry O. A, Stew. thence west to southwest corner of rr.: TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
l...arc.Tltll.III.r..rMIR'ul.n.\+ IHitnrinnilUto art J, P. Goldsmith. Township ;t7 south, range,40 east, thence -DEALER IN-
at 2.40\( to .
pointer\J lu north to northwest corner of same. town.I
Arrives from Jeekeunrllle 9:10snarunou.n. :: City Point-W. II. Sharpe, T. A. Robinson I hip; thence east to northeast corner of
J. K. 3lathee.RockledgeJ I
same township, thence north to the point
Leave TIUA'me Jiw-knoiiville. BUXla.nl: P. Cooper, G. S.. Har- of beginning. H
ItitornitMlintv' i.olnt f at au p.m doe, J. D. Almond. I *
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TltiuvlllH fur tUnlnril 7iHt .m I'au Gullle -It. J. Stewart, John Houston
Arrt' '',Tltucvllle from 8HDfor < l:25: |>..inI J. E? M. Hodgson.) BUILDING MATERIAL, BRICK LIME 1-) h G'D-ao.

Melbourne F. Glbbs E.A. :Morgan cement lath, )\hours sash, 'C.O
cypress : c::>
[[Send the ADVOCATE!: an order for any S. :M.\ Martin. I blinds, hardware and paints of Nearly 200) cluontia bird. lUnOInc S to 10 feet ==' ..
every 1
job need. hitch, _.ltb nit iM to 4>m) pound each OntrlcbIMMM. ;.;)
printing you ] alabar-U. A. Cook ling, EU Arnold, description at very lowest prices. nitiCT.Mtrich.ltiin,( na baby. ottrlcbe I
G. W. Washburn. 1 Quick shipments lass taheiL t4 v

KIT Reading/( notice ads. on this page Sebastian-W. C. Draddock, ir.; G. D. GEO. II. FERXAUD: IDloI..n lnlnif all .about vl.tbe lton bird thrnnKb,their the ncsta farm, bablw expl -,

use five cents per line per week. Hall, Ivey Lawson.. Sanford Fla. plull&"tL., eta ALSO GENERAL REPAIR WORK OF ALL KIN DS, BLACKSMITHIXG ETC. I