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 27, 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: UF00075918:00069
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS -Mr. W. T. Hatchetr, of Miami, was I -Do not fail to look through ouradvertising -Mr, E. L. UI'I\yleft) here, yesterday Little Miss "Fanny Hudgo: left for AMONG THE HOTELS.

n passenger on Fiidiy's southbound columns and profit thoieby. for Ml:mil.Mr. Miami, Yesterday\ : to join bt'I'n I.t'nl II,

And Topics of General Interest. train. -Editor Apployard, of the Key West -: W. J. Tucker, of 1 Fort Pierce, :Mr. 111.Mrll. I'" 1' Budgo, :silo has Mr. Lou Cohn Is now In charge of time
-Mr. W. A. Snider, of Columbus, O", Inter-Ocean, passed through hero, Fri.dy watt In town a day or so this week been with her grandparents; In Titus. ofllce\ of Hotel Itnthbiin of
I has returned. homo, after spending the )last on his home. villo for along time, and. they will\ much Jackgotivllln,
; way which Mr. Chart A. Morittt Is the lessee
winter at West Palm Beach States' Attorney J. D. Heggs! who miss her !
THE ADVOCATE, Archdeacon B. F. Blown nnd wife has been attending to his Court dutiesIn The (Biscayne Hotel Miami cll\Mmloo
In advance. -Oov. W. I). Dloxhim has appointed left here, Saturday! last, for Ban Oilllo Tltusville this week, left yesterday) -Com, Chas A. Welch and wife, of Monday last 'Iho :Mr. mindMrs
$1.50 annum, proprietors,
per Mr. Ceo. N. Hatch of Itockledge( notary for Miami Boston, who haveboon sponding the
months .. ; and other points south, on a ten days'trip. : Grnham will heave 1\1Iml lit
$1.00 : a dayor
public for the State at luge. winter at Canaveral, loft lucre, Yl."tfll.tIYfl.rAlkon \
:Mr. A. Stewart who. has been
$2.00 per an. to foreign countites.3T O N. C. Col. Hogan' and wife two for their old homo In Canada)!
-Dr. Chas G. Weld, one of Canaveral Mr. T. F. Nevlns of Brooklyn N. stopping; nt his orange JJIONO, at. lloua-
anti) :Miss\ SlmDIer come ovor with them Manager J. (t. Hast, of tho Indian
Club's prominent members, who was Y., Is adding to his property at Mel'lltt, ventuie\ for .some time\ past, returned Caimvoial.
toTltunvlllo, from River hotel Tlttisvlllo has boon much
:: Rending; notice ads. are ten cents recently mauled In Boston, has gone to he having recently purchased the lllg home on Saturdty.
pleased at tho big business ho did this
line on this page.: his tour. -We are glad to hoar fioniMr. Taylor \
wedding ,
per on
gins: cottage. -Mrs. H. T. Titus and family, who woek. On ono or two days his. hotel

-Mr. C. II. Rooks, of White City, was -The editoral rooms of the ADVOCATE -Capt. W. J. Jarvis, a well known I have 1 been> spending, several month In that[Kiililleld! Colonel' l farm Bob, has, tho n..tl giant boon \lIjl.'r..II..lv)ostrich i at was ctowdod iv lth guests

in town yesterday. have been quite redolent this week final and popular emplo of the F. E. V. Ry. Jacksonville, lotuined. homo onhwking [tlldny, sick. IIH "" 11..1'.1 In n Jnoksoiivllln Mr. Louis Colo, chief clink at Hotel'

Judge M. S. Jones will leave hero the snett perfume of HCveial bouquets Co., pissed tluiuiiih Tttu"ville, Mind ay, much better' in health. paper;; lust only Htilleieil (runt slight at. lII"eIlYlltJ.11111I1: the |post season was apiifNOiigor
to-day for Dade county, to open, Court. of beautiful ruses sent In \by lends, to t'lIl'lIlIte from Nassau, :N. 1', to /bt.: Antfiistinu A FIt :SI1 SUPPLY of apricot cream, tack of Indigestion, cud IH now all tight ; Wednesday's, n.lI.tilbellln,1hllln

whom we 1.'tul'l1thankM. and other; points. cliOL'olata ami cot'nan ut tnncaioou' en route to Jacksonville summit) Atlantic -
of St. Augustine, the
-Mr. GlnesVorley! -As siiltKnilbois to AlWouArte,
recently returned home .is .a full-Hedged -:Sir. A. li Ol.ulwln, after enjoying< n -:Mr. and Mrs.! T. A. !ISnt1'I'III1.lllIu'ty! ohonolita and orange' slices just In lit Now fork, New Jersey' und MiiHsnohus- City, N. J. His sister Luna, 110conipatilod -
M. D. I. visit of several months nt Miami, linn who have been ciiilsing on board the C A into 11iv. ( DSMiril's, Tltnnvlllo.. etts lit Ito" show up wall Iho people oftliOHO \ ) him.

returned to Titusville. He in nt his house-boat, Buckeye till the winter, 'I flue fileiidM! of Mi. Jut Mendelof have for the
I miny I states gloat liking The )Hotel Alon/ar; will remain open
-Mr-F. W. Beal, a prominent resident old Huh tricks again' for he )II\IIlccllo passed through. / heie. Tuesday, ; on their LitUinnge( weluit'itset; to sue' him lit Knot): Const) of Kloild, as IH evidenced\ by until May. Even! after this. date thoia
of Shaipes, was a recent to Tour tine trout ou Wednesday.Piofessor way from Hobo :Sound: to Cincinnati\ town this ii oak after his late' sovete IIInoHn. the interest (they take In tho pink, paper are a number of tho guests' who deslra.

town. : and :MrH Chas B. : He I I" recovering( slowly but ninety to remain well) Into and who
Cory, -Mis. Gvo. W. :Scobie: and 1 family: who -Mi.\ S. \". Rnwloy, spoclul litndngont, May,
-Mr. W. E. Britt of Iowa City, Iowa, i who have been spending; the winter at )have" been enjoying. a visit of a few weeks -C,>1. W. R. Anna, ono of Miami's of thu F. li. C. Ry., and timiuigoi of thoFlnglor will no doubt bo iicoommodated.) At tho '
was among: the arrivals! at the Indian Palm Beach, and latteily)! lew weeks with Mis.. E. J. Hums, Canaveral!, returned well known legal; lights; has bei-n nppoitiU'd mango" grove Itilill Matoo, will present tlmo the Alonxnr; Is doing! an extol
River hotel I on Tuesday.Mr. Jacksonville/ have left fur their home in home on Mondiy. Dining their nsHlntant counsel fur the Flotldl! spend, n couple of dugs Imm'l'Itnsvllln this. lent business..

Frank E. Bond, of the Bond Boston. The l'rorl'M"OI'jtut quite a repu- abNence, 101 Scoble:; was boarder at the East Count stoiiniHliIp: Co. Congratulations or next week, lie wants Inspect' the The Hathaway Inn, Doul Ranch, N. J.,
Lumber Co., was in townou" Wednesday, tation as a golfer the past su.ison.Mr. Indian River Hotel. Colonel. milliner In which Iho !McFailaud, touts Is. n very popular\ summer resort At

looking after his Interests In Titusville.Mr. and :Mrs Guy R. Clark, of Sandy) -Mr.\( Wm. Richards, one of ICden's -Mis. Alfred 11,111I..1) rhlldiun who are being itmnufnctimtd for next HHitnon. this lintel will bo found !Mr. Arthur 1..

L. Moieton, who represents the Hill, N. Y., stopped overbore from Tues prominent pineapple glowers, hit been pent hint summer with. Mr. H. C.) -One of the prottlosti and 1 most aotnfortabln Marsh\ fur ninny se/asous cashier at I Hotel
well-known firm of Marx Bros., Jacksonville day until Wednesday on their WilY from upending a couple of days III town this Stoke at llendeinonvllle, N. C., hove homes \In Jacksonville Is owned Alon/nr' St. Augustine\ Fla.. Mr.\ Mush
points down the East Const to Etiteipilse '- week. Ho has not boon !hctoiii about hits main. qulto a snore" of the above
\ was In town yesterday morning.Mr. gone to England to spend comingsunimoi. by Dr. Ralph /Smith It Is really pleus-
where they boarded the steamer: three years, and says that TltiiRvillo Is inotociill on time Doctor his oliaimliig hotel Soo/ ad. on Oth page of this Issue.

W. R llardoe, n prominent pine- for a trip down the bt. Johns River. much Improved since his last visit. of Hawklnsvllle wife and Vlonr little sun They are a Mr. Froth F. Taylor, owner of Hotel
-'I'h" City
of Jensen was in town a stratum.
day apple or grower so the ,llrst of the week., -We will shortly send out a bill to -Mr. Feed A. Lesley, of till place!, In I command l of Capt.; Voting, mopped{ i trio of h'imu delight, and the Dootoi'sotlice riaia. Rooklodge, und the Indian River
every delinquent subscriber to the Al vo- will leave, !Monday, for his old homo in over: here from Tuun FOR FIRST CLASS GROCERIES and CATE. Please look at the name-und-) Geneva, bnl'zerl.iud: on a throe mouth's on her way truism ;law klllMVlllo, (la., Intent equipments' In survival Inntrn- having some ,lepnlrs done to his Tltusvrilo -

lowest prices, ito to Carroll & Gold date slip upon your paper or wiappei.Singly '. visit, to relatives. While away ho will to Til in|'ia. j11lI\tll. big foldliigoporatlon tnhluH, \patent propei ty. Mr.\ Taylor halls from
smith's, Tltusville.Mr. the amount Isvwy small, but visit the Paris Exposition, and also. takea wnsh-banlns on wheels, largo I glass Grand Rapid' !Mich., but he spends the
-Mr and Mis.' A. II. Smith of Emma
full of the brightest and) mnur. !butler. of the at Rooklodgo
Vfm. A. Bours, one of Jackson. In the aggiega'e It aiuuuuts to u great trip to Al leis, Africa, to Hue Ails O., who have I boon> spending several case costly part year
operating Imitiunients that can foundIn looking after his. !line orange grovo.
ville's prominent merchants has returned many dollars to us. brother. weeks at St. Augustine, left, Monday( Hint. clnnn

home from a visit to Lithia Springs, Ua. -Mr. Frank E. Howe and family, who -Miss Ethel Content, a popular young for the WlmUor )hotel. Jncknonvllln, ell allY 1I1I1'lel'Y'Amolllt Mr. W. i D. )Hart, who line boon room

-Mr. James ))0'. Mitchell and family, has been at West Palm Beach all the lady from. Oak Hill, who Inn. lieu In 'II- route homo. The AIIVOCATK tollow tho plonsnnt/ callers nt this rlmk at the Windsor hotel, Jacksonville,
the winter at Rocklodfte, winter I painted" through Titnsvlllo. b.ituiday tiisvllle for Home months pant, lor l hen, olllce ou lui'HiUy wells C..llleW.. \ R.A fur two yetis' ha gone to New york,
after Hutch of
spending -Mis. Frank Rockledgo wns
lino and Mr II. F. At klnson. twi> pioml-' whore ha will visit friend for some time
Miami\ whe.it! she will be
have returned to their home at Indianola. eu loute to thulr home in Bane, yeHtoidav: for the iilennant lady. oallei at this
\ among rent attorneys of Miami; ; and Mr. II. H.Uncknian before piliceodlng to tho mountains for
clone\ stenogiuplmrHnd trnuwilterIn
Vt. Mi. Howe has some very employed ns ,
otlice i 1'n 'I hl.IV. hint.. Sits' wa on her
well known follower of Windnor )lion
creditable work at Palm Beach the p.int. tho Hink! of Bay Biscayne for a while. her hnwlmml ; a tho summer month The
Messrs. S. W. Rowley, of San Mateo; for the'1'imes- way to Euteiprlne to jofii Itluckntoiie; Mr. Lockluut Little, of the duns a iliac tonilnt bUll ne..* the pnt sou-
season, us coiiOHponduul -:Mr. Lorkhart Little, of. the Little who U one of tho popular. employe of ,Fertilizer Co. .1I\e'k..nllvll1e) ) Northern
and J. MoGonlgle, of fit. Augustine, Union Palm. IJeiul. Daily News Little Bros. ; Mill, tho VOOATK'M!: "
panned through hero Wednesday. on und other Citizen BIOH. \Keitlllzur Co., Jacksonville, was the F. 10. C. I Ry. Co'hey expect to return Dr. A. L. Austin, of Aslunme, 111. ; Judge, und Snuthorn subscribes having stayed
their way to Palm Beach and other apes] In town a day. or 1If) this week, attendingto to )t"ckletlle In n week or so. (Geo, E. Wotloy, Miami ; Col. Hud :Mrs. at that popular )house '

points. -Mr. and Mrs. William Monte Angus; a I tw suit, which he hud against; parties -Dr. A. L Austin, Anhmoro, III., I'. T, Jilinnn, New York and, Mupoilntendent boon
Walsh who hn
Mr. Mntiiloo
of Jacksonville, have given up housekeeping in Dade county Ha( was accompanied who his; boon nnnoclntod, with Dr. F. II. of Publla Instruction J. II. Sums: .
have been ]lively\ with ( D. of the Magnolia
-Our streets quite and ate ranging to leave about by his attorney Mr. H. II. Buck- at Went Palm lleacli all the Coin nIIY.llfr. Manager O. heuvey,
Hotigliton, ,
this week owing to IIn ninny people beingIn /Spilligs hotel, Magnolia.. Ppitngs,
; the middle of May for England: : where man, of Jacksonville.
town attending; Court. The ADVO- When winter, stopped over at the Indian ltfver II. M. Fliigldr and party, Including l. "Fist'' all the winter, stopped, over at TI-
the theyretorts
will\ spend summer. ;
they the In town attending Into) from 'l'IIUM.lIlYInti I WedneHilay,
callers I'arrotr of when
CATK olllce has had numerous the tt .1. It. generul munugor tunvlllo from\ Filduy until Monday,
consequence.Dr. in autumn little they homo puiuoso with Circuit Court, this week, were the when tin left for a trip, down the St. the Florida' East Const' Railway, and, C.II. he loft for Palm Beach und Miami\ Mr.
bring their two eons following Judge I aao A. Stewart, F:. Johns River en louto home.
: Kuott, gonoral) manager of llio KloildaKast VVnlnli will u position with Mr.\
'James M. 'Jackson, wife and them from theschool they Imvo been Ely and JUM. \lexamlor) DeLnnd. ; W. It. lintel occupy hotel the
-Mr, and Mrs. Wm. A. Warnork of Count System panned thioughritiisvlllo Snavoy nt hi* Lake Champlain
baby of Miami, passed through here, attending theio.Mr. and II. F. Atkinson Miami II. II.
Anno ; Jamaica. N. Y, who recently mllC\O\ upennant Tuesday evening, on their coming summer
Wednesday. ou their way to Ocala, Goo. W. Hanford, a prominent Diicknvin. Alex. !>r, Clalr-Abramx, Jack'" visit to lllusvlllo Hint other WILY to Palm Bonuh and Miami. Mr.
where Mrs. Jackson will spend sometime of Green Cove Honvlllo Jas. Andrews Tibbals ion. A. Mr.( anti Mr\ William Sooblo I\I\el1\l1l\S\
and well-known citizen ; point along the East Coast: ., have returned Flaglor Is 011.1II'Ht tour of Inspection of
with her parents. Springs, arilvud at this place Wednesday Wotley, Miami. home. They wee much grnlllled\ liln. palatial hotels mini.! railroad ore leavingfor A, Llpplncott! of Melrose\ tho Hull first, Or.of
inond left for Jacksonvlllo
-Mrs. O. II. Woodall Rod .famlly, ; accompanied l by Ida. wife and little -Mr. and Mrs. R. Perry Jfelms. of to find Mis\ 1)egrauw-theirauut-much New York Ho expocts+ to spend tho week, en route to tho battles, llen-

who have ben upending the winter at baby, where Mrs Jl.mful'd and baby ex. Jackxonvllle, who have been. on a honeymoon Improved In health on their arrival some time at Palm bench, where )lie will ,Monvllle, Cntnklll Mountains' N. Y., for

Palitka, passed through here, Tuesday pect to remain for several weeks the trip to NaMHiui, N. P., Palm lluach, Jainnlo, have extonnlve improvements initdo the tlioiutiimer. Mr\ Mooble (tuts bought Miss\
on their way to Miami, where Mi. Woodall l guests of her mother, ::1\\ rll. C. L. Wright.Mr. aol other points, stopped ever In Tltusville -Tho Tltusvlllo( Gitn Club will bo well coming summer. !Mr. J. )K. (tngraliam, l.lpplncott's' In to rent In Malroso Hall,
will be stationed this summer. 11.u>foul will return home after a from) Friday until Saturday' when re.pre.nontod. the. Mny Day toiiinninunt third vlun-ptonldont. ; Mr H. '1', Salt, thu and then made, ImpiovcnionU.
short visit to Miami and other points left for St. Augustine, and the metropolis. anti) will snperlntenilont; and I the Rev John N. mlnr.
: next the
-Mr. and Mrs. John 'V. Merrill who they at Cocoa, Tuesday, they Their hoiina was t .1 nearly nil\
have been spending; the winter at their south. They. hail a very enjoyable tripto uudoiibledly be among the wliinois. The MrGonlglo, one of St. Aiigiutlnu's af- winter. Mr. Mooble I I..* the owner of Mel-

beautiful winter home at Tropic, Indian -Mr. T. Oroti-xn Ronald l, of Lotus Nassau. The bride Is quite charming Coroa: and Titu hue clubs may niinngo: fettle clergymen off, were Tltusville also In the purty abort, rims Hall, and Mln: Llpplncott, his

River,, have left for their home at Kansan arrived town Friday nfternoom last, young lady. another shoot for time banner which tho They stripped their south.at Contractor a J. sislttrdn' -Inw, owns the Gnblos.' Road nd.on .
City, Mo. The AIJVOCATK follows.Mr. and next day he joined 1\1\ r. ami Mrs. B. -Mrs. M. (I. Mace and son, Mr. E. 1(. Cocoa club now holds, and. we hope to A McGuIre on followed way (>another special ollrlr.tbjCe.' .

W. Jerome, of Roeklodge; on their cozy Mace, and! Mrs. Mace's! niece, Miss A. see our club btiiig It back with them. attend to mattois .d Hotel
W. II. McFarland, president, of and left for train, to connect! Tho Magnolia Ht. Augustine; ,
the Fruit Protection Co., Titusville, Is naphtha launch Volunteer aid Oimond, M. Munsity, who have boon the guestsof -Sir Wm. and Lady Fleming, of Cun- with Mr. Flagler's! propmty. The nbovopaity cloned for the seaMon after breakfast
announced on the progiamme of the New Smyrna, Daytona Volunteer on had a the Indian River hotel, At this place, ads)' ; still) Mr.I and) .\1..us. Goo F. !Mlles, of on board !Mr. Flugleis'' special Monday\ IIWI ning A'number of this

State Horticultural Society, which meets pleasure cruise. The olds. for some weeks, )left, Monday, for St. St.: Augustine, pained, Hi rough here, Tiles- train; panned through 'I'lfnnvlllcj .about gttonts: denlreil. 1,0 remain until the first.
In Jacksonville next week, to make an been on Nelson's ways and, at place Mr., Augustine Jacksonville and home. We day, on their way to Palm hunch, Miami 1 11:15 Wednesday' night, uii their rotuiuto of May, but there. were not a sufficient
address, his topic being! "A yoai'a experience undergoing a cleaning painting.visit to Jark- shall be \glad: to see them on Indian River end Internicdlatw ,point They Ht. AuguHtlne. number to warrant' the managers la keeping -
In Ronald-who also paid a next winter Mr.( Tom Knight. of Canaveral may Mop off at fltiuvlllo todayFildnv The Magnolia\ has boon well
protection. open.(
leturned here last night. Mr. about for the
A gentlemen leaving
sonville- ;, accompanied, Mr. Mace north. ( \ ). Mr. MlloM is. on Hn Inspection filled with.. \guests all season, and 1IIIII*rs.
-Mr. and Mrs R. R. McCormick and and! Mrs. Jerome will return In a coupleof of Jacksonville's) of the i rituals belonging to the E C. L. C.) north, met an AIWOCATK reprosenatlvn. Piilmor & McDowell Are more than pleased
E. Foster
son, Mr. W. F. J. McCormick, who have days. -Stephen ,one A T. Co., and tho oilier. Jovial members III Jacksonville, it few days> ago, mid saidIt with the result of their labors. Suprosperous
been enjoying the season ut their winter M. Abdlll and) her niece prominent attoineys, paid a flying of the are accompanying him. was hU first visit to Florida, and to besure has thus been that
-Mis. Lena visit to Chicago this week. Mr. Foster, party ( seanon
and I send him than pink OM. he
residence at Cocoanut Grove passed paper
through here, yesterday, on their, way to Miss Clarke, who have been upending the has a sister-Miss Foster. of Kent, England -Mrs. S. H. Huppersett smith family wanted' It to. show hit fl'le..llti; to toll there I I. ovory prospect of toe house boIng -
Lake Edward. Canada to spend several winter at Ankona, were passengers on )-vlfdtlng a married ulster, Mis.Chan. stopped. .'I over born from :Ion.II\1"otll( them what they inlnned by not coming oonnldorably enlarged before, another
months Saturday's! northbound train en route to Ord), who.resides in Chicago. Miss Wednxxday} en route to DeLand, where to Florida, In the winter, and that he ennon rolls around

Jacksonville, Old Point Comfol.t.VI"h Foster being Indisposed, wired her brother Mr. Happernett' will make bin hend- would sure be down next "' _>n, accompanied The Windsor, Hotel Jacksonville, IsbeuutlfiiHy
-Major tit Clair Abrams, one of the ington, and other cities. They hall from but on his arrival found his. sister quartets, n* representative of the is. B.Hubbard by ft lends; On being questionedas ) located on high land, facing
best criminal lawyers In the state was Ie.m attending to some cattle and other cases ably arrive In a few d'' YB. Mrs. Abdill remain long. Miss Foster arrived In He lakes the place of :\(1'V.. T. I'j n'on", ha responded) : "I have traveled all over Florida, and( under the management! of

In court, this week. We regret to learn is always" welcome visitor to Indian Chicago last July. who will remove to Jacksonville. While )Florida, and fClInllth East Coast by far Dodge, Cullens A" Howard, Is looked upon -

that the Major's daughter-Mis. Strother River! where she has many friends. -Mr. and :Mis. John T. Stanley, well- In town, !Mr*. Happersoll and familywere the most desirable; and an. to the hotels, n* one of the most successful and up-

-Smith-Is quite 111 In Washington, whoreMr. -Miss Annie Paddlson! of this place, known residents of New York who have the guests of Mrs. E. B. Wugor. they could l not be surpassed.' ) Wlille In todate! hotels In the city. Many\( timesthis .

*.. Abrams was called to attend to her. has la her possession a very pleasantly- been spending\ several weeks on their Among the down-river people In Jacksonville ho stayed. at the Diivnl Hotel winter, this house helped to till thu

We hope she will soon recover. written )letter from Ex-President Grover fine pineapple plantation at Jensen, town this week; were : D. L. Alderman, and prulsod this well-known bo tt'l- neighboring hotels) the Windsor being

-Mr. and Mrs. Louis I. Stephens, Clevland, written to her father, Capt. I:. panned. through Tltusville, Monday,) en Fort I'lorceVm.; F. Richard, Eden; ry very much, saying Proprietor II. W. full to Its utmost capacity. There has
prominent residents of Jacksonville, j gave P. Paddlson, on the Iflth Inst. It refersto route home. Mr. Stanley much pleased John H. anti M.> 8 Hamstourtooay II. Mperry, Chief Clerk Henry N. O'Neal, been quits) few complaints( respecting
a very enjoyable Informal reception on the trip the President took to Titusvllle with the pineapple outlook, and) informed Sander IndUnoU ; It. J. Chllllngworth, Day\ Clork D. H. Butler and Night Clerk some hotels, but the ADVOCATE has always -

Saturday evening IIISt, In honor of :Mrs.\ and Rookledge about seven years ) us that he expects to ship 5KX) crates Went Palm Bench ; J, L. Eio, Knon; S F. Henry Id van. were perfect /gentlemen heard) the Windsor spoken of In the
Stephenll' uncle and aunt, Mr. and Miss ago! when the cabin of the steamer of pineapples the coming season. There Glbbs, Alex. Inoue, Melbourne\ ; Oe.) .>. C. and know how to run a hotel as they blithest! term It Is also rumored that
Thomas, of Portland Me. Music, recitations Knckledge was one mans of fruit and Is money in pineapples. Mr.( and Mrs.( Chester <;\Hy Point ; J. O. Simmon, ape courteous and oblljlnpn'/ ; ) fur the till* house will close) Us doors thin summon

eta. were a pleasant feature of !flowers. Ex-President Cleveland) and Stanley were looking remarkably) well Eau G Jlle; T. A. Roblonon, City Point; money he paid, ho had received I no better This I III not so, as the Windsor
the evening's amusement. wife remember the occasion with much after their sojourn on Indian River. We K. B. Kaulernoo. Fort PierceV.; Ii. ""er lce and. mi more comfort ut nil the hotel,( will keep open all the year round.

rommodore: II. 'B. :Mace, of the pleasure. hope to see them here again next winter.A Sharp. Sharpen ,1 Woolen, Cocoa; lintels Duval he hotel staid during at, than his he sojourn did .at the In Sfr. and :Mrs. Ch.... A. Merritt, proprietor

yacht Edna celebrated his 3th birthdaylast ) Writing the AOVOCATK!: from St. A. A. Ford l, Fort Pierce. Florida this winter.fresslccortllug, and proprietress of that famous

Saturday evening, when he and Mr. Paul, Minn., E. T. Thompson. nays: "I tare Cluuice. Judge Geo. A. Worley, brother of hostelry Hotel llathbun, Jacksonville,
B. T. Bell were hospitably entertained at : am In receipt of several sample copies of of the most prominent have three charming and accomplished
the residence of the Rev. J. A. Hughes, Florida weekly papers t Ills week ; but, as For sale or exchange for Florida property St.one Augustine-Dr. M. G. Worleywasin to tho Wcatlier. d""lthterthe" Mlnnes Millie\( Eintnft

in South Titusville.\ The Commodoreand an old newspaper man, I certainly must. .a handsome fruit farm In the famous .. town a da, or so this week, attending; and( Stella. Miss Millie\ loft Florid)
Mr. Bell expect to leave for their especttve give your pink paper tho palm for neatness peach belt of Georgia, consisting Circuit Court, and \gave the AI'V(>>>OAT& Cohen Bros.' palatial, soul popular dry about a year ago for England), where she
homes In New York: about; t ,eend and newsiness.. It Is. a credit not of O't acres, and containing 8WX) peach ofllce a pleananteall. He Is a very nuccessful good )house on West Hay street, has a Is uow In one of the bent colleges. undergoing

of May. only to your beautiful East Coast coun- trees, of selected .variety principally the lawyer, and last year netted the grand display of spring and summer special training for governess,
Palm try, but to the whole of Florida.. Jacksonville wellwn! Elberta; .TK pecan trees In snug little sum of $iYN'%) from his law dress good\: now on view Their silks and from last reports. Is doing extremely
-The Rev. S. D. Paine, of West attend has a \live lot of merchants, and bear! ,1,2)1') ) pear trees, laid out In practice.! Of course that was an ex' and wash good are of the must delight", well. Miss Emma! left. Monday, for her
Beach, who went to Sanford to the look of their ails. they evidently home In Brooklyn, N. Y., where she will
by avenue through the property; 2'10> plum cnptlonal year for' making money In the ful patterns and all the latest styles In
the of the Congregational
Annual Association stoppedover knot what sort of an advertising medium and 125 apple trees. Tl.ls property I county town of Dade, a good: deal of it nhfrts( -In silk, crepon and pique. Their enter a hospital a" nnrse. This young
Church of Florida, the ADVOCATE Is. I have handed your' joins the corporate limits of the principal coning from the Tuttle estate; but we Ideal shirtwaists' are beautiful and fit lady has already passed a very creditable
In Tltnsville a short while, Friday to parties who want to settle In of the State and baa I like and the In examination before a very able physician '
paper shipping town hope the Judge will make a like sum In a glove; new parasols
last, on his way home. Mi1. Paine Is a and will probably call I ; therefore she will he no novice on
Florida they upon ,
a comfortable 4-room cottage and out- law fee\ the present year. Jltdlt "'\Vor. great variety cannot bo surpassed This
very popular preacher, and his many the you about September or October.Please buildings.. It lies on a railroad and has' ley left for St. Augustine on Wednesday firm )Is the loading retail dry goods bouse entering tho honpltnl. The oilier young
Dade County friends will miss him give them all the Information yon the use of a side track opposite the afternoon, and returned home last even In the State, and sell\ their good) at New lady, Miss> Stella, says she I III going; to
coming summer, when he Is In England. can, as they expect; to ,nrchas a pine- house, where cars can be placed for loadIng )- ing. York prices. Write for samples. ; they stay home and take care of her fattier

apple or orange !grove. Success to you ; crate factory, where all kinds of will be sent to you free of charge, and sold, mother, much to the Joy of her

and your pink paper. Please send me a shipping packages are manufactured, I'lueapplo Plants when In Jacksonville, be sure and visit many friend
For Sale, map of tint coast." Is Immediately opposite the property. this mammoth dry goods; palace, and

The true A FEW SPECIALS:-Deslpotat, flaked This orchard is now loaded with young For sale-Red Spanish, I'orto Rico, yon '11I'11allre\ find what you want. Our SMOKED: HALIBUTS at Carroll A
Martinique Banana Roots. and handsome Smooth Cayenne, Abakka and Egyptian\ ladles and gentlemenwill Titusville.
at rice cream of wheat, shredded wbeat fruit, promises a revenue numerous young\ Uoldimlth's
banana ,
B. steamer
of commerce, F. O. biscuits whole wheat floor, graham this season. For particulars, writeB. Queen. Write for prices stating kinds take great pleasure In showing you
Kingston, $5. per 100, orw.no per 11X10.CHAA. cereal sweet W. SPEHBYDuvsl-, and quantities anything. -Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Porcher of
flour nuts, postam wanted.C.
ECOBJIB' : SMITH grape visitors to
In bulk) Hotel T. McCAiiTT, COIIICf Bicos., Courtenay, were pleasant
and sour pickles
13ap4t Bog Jamaica Walk, P., W.O. L CARROLL A: GOLDSMITH, Titovilla. Jacksonville: Fla. Ankona, Fla. Jacksonville: Fla. town on Wednesday.


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the books are open and who will so register In any manner which may be deemed NOTICE. SUMMER FORAGE CROPS.Beggar .

( and vote. No person shall be entitled best by the people, acting through the

RIVlRAWOATfINP1 to vote In any precinct primary except :- party organization as recognized by the OimrdUn'it :Notice of .Appllcutloi
In the precinct in which they are 25o lb. If not prepaid.
Seed 35c lb. postpaid. .
Weed Cleaned ,
,) entitled to vote at the !general election. last Democratic Congressional conven For Sale of ICenl Estate.

The members of the Precinct Committees tlon. ,!Millet Pearl or Cattail 2So lb.. "postpaid : 15c if not prepaid Express

{. TS are to be the Judges of those entitled All Democrats are Invited to paitlcl- NOTirK Is''hereby' for given Haghlett that I,Mafcrnder W.O Frink anti,{ ;Mlllett German, JOe quart prepaid: lOc quart if not prepaid Express

trtR to vote In their respective primaries pate In the selection of delegate thereto, filadis *la ruiler, ,mlnun will on the ;Kaffir Corn Sorghum and Broom Corn, 2to( prepaid; lOo If not prepaid, ExKlce tes....

; ) !" L! II' The following Precinct persons Committees are herewith for the purpose appointed Including those who have become qualified application twenty-eighth to Honorable day of April l>. L., A Oaulden I>. IUUO,County, make White Upland and Golden, 20o qt mall, lOo qt $1.50;; bu. Express: \

.. :;/ 'l"" "'t.u-.S Judge of revard County, Flortda. for authorlr 1.CO bushel.
bu. Whlppoowills
and Unknown $1.50
isa of holding the Precinct Primaries to vote since the last election. to sell at t-rlvate sale all or a part of the following Cow Peas Clays ,

ya or.r their respective precincts: Tbe chairman and secretary of each :described Real Estate belonfdni; to salt L. CAMERON. Seedsman.
and in lvard Connt3\-
minors' lying' being \
LaGrange/ -W. W. Ballard, L. K. My county convention will send to E. S. Florida, to.wit:

ers, ieo. li. Gardner. Crill) chairman Falatka written Thirteen and thlrteen-one-hnndreulhs(13 13-100) 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
: a or
:-- Tltusvllle-W. II. Ilendry O. A. Stewart acres of land, located. 1 on the north Mile of s

J. I*. Goldsmith. piloted copy of such delegates as n'e tract thirds of(41M1 land acres containing, l".lnit the forty-ttve south. part and of two-Get --. .- .. T --- --- -- ---

k;srf N City p.Int-W. H. Sharpe T. A. RobInson elected to the Congressional. convention. two(2))t. Suction 17.Townshh:W south lianire 37 MARX. JOHN MARX.
J. K. Mathes.RockledgaJ ea.t.and having a width of eight. and thirty.ouabnndre.ltbs GEpRGE
I K. S. CRILL, Chairman. gv-lW) chains reachiniracruss.
P. Cooper O. S. lIar. J. D. CALLAWAY Secretary the whole Island from Indian River" Banana '
doe, J. D. Almond. River and bounded on the north by s tract of 1VI JlBFrC; >S.
Fan Gallle-It. ? ', ton J. E. bl I. Hodgson. The Gem Barber 8Ii< and on the south by a Jlne tnnnlnif parallel to Wholesale- Dealers In
i i seu /p. the south boundary of .said Jerome land at a
e3 Melbourne F. GibbnE.. Morgan, distance of eight and tbirt'lone-hunlrrIUh.
S. M. Martin. i '"80( 1001 chains therefr.>ni! llnic the land set GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE
L-fcA 'rArir Artistic Hair Cutting Shaving Shampooing apart for sld Infants t.Jcomtnisetoners.towake ,.
Malabar-K. A. Conkling, E. II Arnold, etc., Porcelain Bath Tubs with partition[ lietwe-n said Infants and Louise M. -. .
G. Wasuburn.. oC land described ss
Electrical, Baths attached. J'ox-e. Also that tract
Sebum Ian-W. O. Braddock, sr. ; G. B. 131 and 133 East Bay Street and 6 and 8 Newnan Street,
( "commencing Rlv
up-to-date. O. P. HtJSTlSOTOW, Prop on the, west b..nk..f Banana
Hall, Ivey Lawson. 333: West Bay St: Jacksonville.If er, .lxtv.>ne chains and eighteen links north(lr JACKSONVILLE FI.A.
Fort Pierce-O. S. Tucker, C. F. Olm- .south section line at the northeast corner of
PROCEEDINGS DEMOCRATIC stead, James E. Andrews. ---- lot tmveved to S. Rvdi-r, and run south sl. ty.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Kden-W, F. Richards, Mont lIar ee, you are In search of bargains seven along:degrees.the' line, west of said ten chains Ryder,e'Khty.f..nr to( Pond; thence links. ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY.We .

W. D. Edwards. read the ADVOCATE columns carefully, north twenty three and a Half degrees, west.
Fort ]rum-II.. L. Parker, Dan Sloan, chat chains and eighty" links, thence north
The Democratic Executive eleven chains and
County sixty-seven degrees, east
Committee met at Tltusvllln', on Saturday II. A. Holmes sixty-eight links to lianana River thence south are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas, ;

the lath day of April, 10'K' In purnuince no Narrows borts.OeorJllanlP. C Poppel C J Reams J J Order of 1'ubllcatloii. meandering. All, In: the section. river seventcm to s point.township of commencemont. twen guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want

of the call of the Chairman, for Hall south, range thlrty-..cv n east In the jour Oranges and Vegetables. Give us n trial and you.will be pleased.:
H Wlttfeld E V ty-slx
the of calling the County Conventions CirtCCIT COURT OF THE SEVENTH (ounty of llrevaril. State of KUirMa. ,containing
purpose and such oilier business Fritz Ulrich.MerrittJ. IN <<< Irciiit. nf Florida, In mud for J>revanl fen acne, more or loss. Surveyed! by C. B. MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.
as R Mlot. J D Sams T II San! County. In Cbanuory. Mstruuar,County Surveyor We only Sell to Dealers.
might before them. W.o.. SKINK| ;
come ders.Canaveral. Andrew J.I'errr. as Receiver, Partition.
Present at tho meeting T, V. Moore, I Quarillan for ""
-Henry Wilson N King W -V8- Onlar to and Olwtys. Magruder.F. .
chairman; John 11. Wynn Tom Johnson, OleaHon llrotliors Company, Defendantsa .
C. Peterson. J. MTt'llH
W. C. IJraddock, .Sr,, W. C. Peterson C. Corporatlfm; ; et al. to Appear. Attorney for W. O. Frisk Mar3Apl30Public
Haiilover-C II Nautnan 0 Nolle, J W To Howard P. Hell of Arlington: :New York,
I{. John R.
Stewart by Henry proxy; .
GriHU.Ankona. William McCabe and William, B. Ta1 Icr. nt
A. Conkllng, by T. V. Moore, proxy; K. -J N Waller A E Saeger, W Toronto, .uada! Emil!:. Court, of tllu'United John B. Stetson University
13. RauleiHon, by T. V. Monte proxy; Htat s HvdrnoTaphor'B, ([Pone. Washington, Sale.UNDER .
and Oeo. Chester by J. 11. VVInn C Rawllnson.Mtcco J>. c.;J"ilal) I'mr.v.of >"w York City New
-R T Smith II F Nucbolls; J E York; the Ellsworth Trust Cuiupanv, ell ('hleagl -
Upon examination the proxies: being Rainey. : Illinois,corporation, ) BEll**">rtb, AND BY VIRTUE OF A rETI'ER
found regular and correct they were admitted J A Booth P A McMillan I'. Division street. Chicago, Illinois. ; JohnC. "" .... 'tn.. execntnd he W, II. H. DELANO, FLORIDA.
and on motion John Henry was Itanyan- :. Amenilt and Emma C. Amende his wife, uf niesson to the Kobblns. Uraltam itml CbtlHngwortli : .
J Milliard.Whlto Chicago, Illlnoln; Augusta P. Wattles, of a corporation on Juiuary31st
elected secretary pro tem. The minutes City-J F Bell, E J Trainor, W Klllawnif, New York| and to parties to tile 18UH,Coinpanv.duly empowering theretn'ho soul,
of the lust meeting were read and ap complainant" unknown as to their names r sMenoes will offer for sale to the hlghcp and .
proved.On S Pitts.Woodlo. ,.quantities of Interest and, proportionate companv l best bidder for cash,In front of the Cmi't House. .' .: .':"ia.. ; ., '
E C Walker Lewis Hants .1...... In the sought _
motion the Bonn of Public Instruction progmrty, to be pat door at Tltusvllle. .Florida during the legal .. _
G W Keith. tltloneil In the above entitled suit: ,
hours of sale upon -
be requested to re-district the county All credentials to be signed! by a majority Whereas. the attorney for the complainant FIRST MONDAY IN MAY A. D., 1000,
at their regular In WOO( has .
meeting July, stated In an nllloavlt duly tad, his belief
of tile Committee of their of the .'
Into three School dlHtilelH In accordance Precinct that each of the above-named ler..ndi nta are certificate Jfumliei" US, for seven shares .. '
respective precincts.On residents of other states or oountilua than the capital stock' of East Coist Realty Company' ,
with Chapter 4103: No. jll< of tho Lawsof motion adjourned.T. State nf Florida,specifying..I'arUo..larly.... .Is a corroratlon.! l'\.h\ par value of One Humlrei! Jt
Florida, according to the ItegUtratlon known to him their. respective. |ilare. of renl- Doll.irs per share and fully paid, suld sharesstanding
I book at that date. V. MOOIIK, Chairman. lienee l | and that the na'.raller"on.above. | namedare on the hooks of sain 1 company In the
Attest: JOHN HENRY, Secretary pro tern. In his. belief each: of them over the age of name of said William H. II. Oleason, and said
On motion tho Executive Committee twmity-oiiB Robltlns. rjrnham *' Chllllmrworth. Company
hereby' recommends the appointment of Now, therefore year.,you are each of you, as wall as. by virtue the power upon It onrferred by said
H. E. MImi as a member of the Board of DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION the unknown. defendants required to appear to letterof h.thpcaU"n.\II execute to.the purchaser -
the bill of complaint of Andrew' J. terry as All assignment of said rerttflcate.RohiltiNS
Public Instruction from the second<< dlstrlct. CHII.MNO-
Receiver,versus U I leaium Hrotlurt an t Company
In place pf K. X. Andiews, resigned Call for the Meflnnri CnngresalnnaJ District a Cur].oration, et al., tiled In this Court, to effect WORTII COMPANY, bY OFO M.ROUUIN9 .
and that the secretary notify the of Flurlfl, nt laliirsvllle., Tuesday, a partition of some thirteen thousand. : Piesldent.Public
State Superintendent of this action of Maya, 1UOO. ores.. of land In Township 27 south, ranges 30
mad fl/east. In Hrevard ,Bounty Florida, and to .
the committee. The Democratlo of the Second sorer < In ,! the
party your a|>i ea'''nre KHII cease at
On motion f Mark's Ollli-e of this In Klor Sale.UXPFR .
It was unanimously resolved oonrr, Tltunvllle. I
Congressional,: District of Florida will din, "1"'II.be Utb IllY April A. It., linn>. ex..tIhe '
That tho'rec..mmon.I"lltm .
: for appointment ---- For Both Sexes. This Scholastic Year Began
hold a Congressional convention, at urfenilnnts Wit tutu" MrCal, and William
of County Commissioners be II Taylor of Toronto Camilla, and the unknownuvfeiiilants ; AVr' BY VIRTUE Of A LETTER
relegated to the Pi-inocmtlo County Ex. Gainesville Florida, on Tuesday May who are each riMUlivd| to enter app t'nll' MHtfld r..emhe.4.11I\J7. October 3rd. Send, for: : Catalogue,
..aranc.. In our Clerk's olllce on tIe, Tth iluy of signed hv W. H. H. Oleuxon,and duly em.
ecutlve In accordance with ,
rJninmltUM I 22: at 12 noon, forthe,, purpose of nominating May A. l D. lax pow ring me In the premises. I will sell st pubiln .
the platform and recommendation of the a Democratic candidate for Congress It Is tnrtlmr directed that this orer lie piihllfliail auction. In front of the Court House door, st College Academic Normal, Art and Music[ Departments. Large, commodious
St. Augustine Convention find as was with as little delay' ss may be In the Tit avllle, Florida, on the
the custom to the 1W08. from the :Second::\ dlstt lot of Florida, Ixnraa IllVKH AIIVIHMTR, imhllntie't at TlrusvlllH Dormitory buildings! with perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian water, etc., insuring -
prior year : : : : FIRST MONDAY IN MAY, A. D. 1300, '
I Florida I week for four
once a ooiiHeMitivewevks
and to transact such other business healthfulness buildings heated steam of 22
by throughout faculty :
asmlY perfect ; ;
the defendants. whose refllilenressre
CALL FOR COUNTY COMVKNTIO.V. as to during:the teeal hours of.sale to the highest amlient 1
come before! the convention.The herein .stated to he within the United l'I.atel'' { bidder for cash wrtlfln te Number f>l. for
On motion In resolved That trained and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue contaiplng Information.
was : a And once a week for el eoiiHorntive. weeks, SH three shares of the capital stuck of the Kant ;
County Convention be called to different counties of 'the Second to the defendants. .
meet at resident In Canada and the Coast Realty Coinpsnv." a corporation under the Address. J. F. FORBES President
Tltusvllle, Fl.'., on Tuesday May 1.1th at Congressional district of Florida will send unknown defendant. laws of .'\Florliln sal'l shuck being fully petit and
It Is further dimmed that thn clerk of thisOoiirt
:'i for the of live of the par value] of *inn her share, and will maketo .
m., electing -- -- -- ---------- -- ----
p. purpose within from the iiMklnn of
delegates to the convention upon the following twenty days the purchaoer thereof an assignment of saltcertlflnate
v delegates to the Democratic State Con this. order dopont a copy hereof at the I'"rt In accordance\ with power conferred
vention, to be held at Jacksonville, Fla., basis of representation: One del. House decor. of Hrevard County, and that hIt on me by said letter. H. A. HODGES.

on June, 11Itb,1900;. and also 5 delegatesto agate for each 100 votes cast for the Democratic neml by mall, whose a copy rroldrnre hereof. to Is each given of the In the defemlants MARIA E. STEWART.rrWe .. .

the Congressional Convention of the Congressional candidate, at the fcfltilAvlb, upon' which this order Is ......,1. Manufacturer of
2nd IIHIIB and ordered at the <'li>rk'" Office atIt'lIIe
be ,
district to at Gainesville
Flu. on May 2ind: HHX election In 1804 and one additional delegate Florida, this 7th day of March, A. ; would esteem the favor If cui ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
l U.
Ailln for the fraction In thereof 11X10. readers, when writing/ or calling upon
that a Convention bo culled to A. A. PTE' WART,
ROUGH AND DRESSED. Box Heads Fruit and Crates.
our advertisers to purchase merchandise Orange Vegetable!
meet at Coooa, KU., on Tuesday August when It amounts to fifty or more. The r sSA4.] Clerk Circuit Court Hrevard ('".
21st WOO.! ) nt 4 p. m., for the purpose of counties! under this rule will bo entitledto iiiar7itil>> | ey O. A.!lTICW4uT, L>. C I e.to., would mention the ADVOCATE.: Any one contemi atlng shedding their pineapples or oranges/ or building In

nominating a member of the House of any parr of "Florida would do well to write for prlci8.. The saw mills are located
Representatives' and all County officers' representation as follows:' -- at BulTalo Bluff, near I'uluika, on the J.. T. K. W. Ilv. Lumber delivered to any

to \be voted for nod elected by the people Alachua. . . . .11 part of the Bust Coast Address: II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff Fla.

at the next General Election tube hold linker, . . . . :2 Watches ANI .
In Noveinber'lOlld) as follows: I Bradford . . '. . . SBrevaid. Jewelry. -- -- -- -- ----------- -----

A member of the House of Representatives . . . . . . 5 ESTABLISHED 1380.

; a Clerk of tho Circuit Court; a Clay . . . ... . . :l

County Judge; a Sheri; a Superintend Columbia . . . . . 7 The old established Wr-tch and Jewelry business, TilE GOLDENALIGATOK :
ent of Public Instruction ; a County bur- Bond Luber Co.
Duval..11itnmllton ban removed from the old stand, 3 West Bay street, ,
Vet YOI'; a County Prosecuting Attorney;
. . . . . 4 ,
a County Assessor of Tuxes. ; a County to 417 West Bay street, on the same aide of the street, In" the
Tax Collector; a County Treasurer; three Lake. . . . . ; . . 8Madlaon Manufacturers of and Dealers In
members of the Hoard of Public Instruction !' . . . . . 4 Travelois' Hotel block. Established In 1871.: Address,

one front each dlsti'\let. Aud also Marion, . . . . . 8 LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING
to select a Democratic County Executive Nimsrtu, . . . . . .I ..L OVIS: :-. STEP' : : :3ENS.. ,

Committee to serve for the next ensuing Ornnge; . .... . . . 0
two years. 3 417 WEST'DAY STREET JACKSONVILLE FLA: Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed: Orangeand

Each precinct will bo entitled to the Putnam . . . . (I8t Vegetable/ Crates. We solicit correspondence.Saw .

following number of delegates to each Johns . . . . . 7 --- - -. -. Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at

County Convention and also to the Senatorial Hu inter, . . . . 3 I(1ca1home DeLand and Tltusvllle. .
Convention to he hereafter called 1 Suwanueo. .. . ftVolusla ...The .. .
by the Senatorial Committee: making in \ . . . . .1. . 8 --

all three sots of delegates one for each The counties will select their delegatesThe **-The Genuine Edison --*-- FOR $3.20.

.Convention, on the basis of one delegate .

for each ten votes and one delegate for fartnrr's wife who raises chickens: ,,
each fraction of ten votes exceeding five, know that they and Sent to us by Express postofflce order or New York Exchange we will
Phonograph Graphophones send
by Express: CHARGES
cast for the Democratic nominee for the must have food ,

Leglalatuie 1$\\lIi. 1'ieclncts ousting a.. enough first to FOUR FULL QUARTSOf
less thnu ten votes to be entitled, to ono v satisfy bare

delegate each In accordance with the hunger, then From $5.00 up.
resolution of the Executive Committee the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
as 4 't enough more Large assortment, EDISON[ RECORDS Including Talking: Records, latest
passed l unanimously on October U 180M\
than that to popular Songs Marches Specialties etc., at $;;.1"( \per dozen; also :Supplies.
and published In the = o
county papers at make flesh and Calhoun
White us for catalogues and Information, or call on us. Pure
that time. fat before they Rye WhiskeyWe

LaGrange 2; Tltusvllle 12; City Point -z ...s--Jwilt bepntolay., -V-. :=. :-OOIQS cSc CO. .
1 Kockledge and Cocoa 4 Knit: (iallio) :t
; ; ; In plain word ship In TLA IV PACKAGES
Melbourne I Malittmr) I fcfctt&fl \ : 311 West Bay St. Jacksonville FU. went. Who mark. tn Indicate contents (which will avndl all cam
1 Sebastian 1
; ; ; Ft. you've got to put you get lts.ndtestlt.lt It Is not satisfactory. return It at OUR EXPENSE and
I'lerco 0 I; Eden: :a; Fort Drum 2; Narrows -;; ....- '' Into the hen in ....JI.".gl.nr. MUSICAL OOODS! AND :NOS'ELTIES... your W.are'3 close.!W will at l he band drr..lI and l rer..lltd.Klve" you QUICKER This Whiskey l Is HS{renal: as any IstanftouMSVJ ..

1 ; Georglanit I ; Morrltt 2; Canaveral. ; ", lI e ,' 1 the form of food I" pun. ci and the DILIVEItY! than ( bavsn"UHIJTY
1 \ lit
._ eallle
:= ANT over U YEARS. .".! '1 to
Ilaiilovvr Ankona -- ----- -- - ----- ---- --- our
1 dealing
I Mlccol
White : ) REPUTATION: orLto
; ; ; __; what you get out for honest wa refer you to any merchant here
City I ; Wood ley 1; Hanynn t. 3 of it in the shape: the editor' of 'bl.I..r.

No allotment Is made fuT Sprticebluff s of eggs. An ill T. D. GIBBENS, SOLOMON: & LEVI,
as the County Conimlasloueis have discontinued
nourished hen
1028 &
10aO!: First Avenue
the product. #+( lays no egg. P. O. Box No. 33.

The named Precinct shall Coinmltteomnn 01,1111'I' clod hereinafter primary. cuIs The differencebetween the HAY GRAIN FLOUR GRITS MEAL BRAN COTTON SEED BIRMINGHAM ALA.
NOTICES-We pay Exp..... Charges to all
points reached
meeting of the voters of their respective farmer's wife and her chickens is that PANY" I'itttopoint..on lines of other Expreee ('''mpanl.-.e. "SOUTIIERN' EXPRESS CONE
precinct entitled to vote under this l'AII. alto fancies she can take out of herself Southern Express Company tran.fen to said other Express Company.C prepay. only rn points where

at such places may be most convenientto dully fares and toils what she does not Meal Middlings, etc. etc.

a majority of thoso entitled to vote, as put iwtck in the form of nourishment foe -

the said committee's judgment shall die. nerve and body. But she can't. Sooner or Depository for Cumberland Mills Flour Grits and Meal. =:: A SB J:... CTILvd: Ss o O- ,

tate, not later than May 14th, I'.MX\ ) by later the woman who tries it breaks down. air 419 w. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
giving public notice of 1'IOIlIrlel.lltaling The warning signs of physical breakdown .

plainly the place of meeting, and the are, among'others, headache weak Agent for the Celebrated CANOPY patent llour.

time of opening and closing of such primaries Rtntrmch, flatulence pain in side or back
by posting In at least, three public difficult breathing palpitation of the Get my Price List. To Dealers only.

place In each precinct, where a newspaper heart. These. are only some of the indication .

Is not published, and nt least ono I of a derangement of the stomach 'J:'. 3D. a-UBBEsIfcTS:
week In advance of tho and of ,
meeting of said organ digestion and( nutri.

primary, and In precincts where a newspaper tion. The one sure remedy for this condition Office and Warehouses near the Viaduct.
Is published at least is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
once by publication J .
In said newspaper, nt least one Discovery which .strengthens the stomach .
week In advance of purifies the blood and
meeting.! nourishes -- -- -- -
In view of the InVonvenleneo of attending and Invigorates the nerves. ESTABLISHED 1S75. I

the primaries In a majority of the Mr. :Marttm K. Bsrham. of NewHll. Prince __ 0
precincts It Is recommended George Co.. V*.. wntrs: I commenced to take
relues.ted Dr. Pi....'. Ootden Medical. Incovery In June,
that the precincts elect the delegate 147, also jtis Favorite Pmcrtption.' and I cannot vv.6... :SO-cr S & CO.
to all the conventions as one meeting. exprma the benefit I hay* received torn
They can elect the delegates there nwdictne( I wee iiiffcrinv with what the
same all
doctor called chrome IndiraitloR.' torpid live GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS. : ( /1 1 1 rhe
three of the conventions, ortlHTcrent delegates and vertigo. The doctor did not do me any _- I
to each convention, as each precinct (rood. M* nymptonu were frlddineaa In heart:
may decide for Itself. ....in.ln cheat and an "n..urII"e.1I over. i 0 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We e I 1
aim auflrred with female weakneaa I was all
All Democrats or those who vote the rnn-dowu and could not do
any work at all without
Democratic State and County tickets iufTcrinir from nenrou attacks, ao I wrote to handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of flay
are entitled to vote at these precinct you for' advice. You, advlaed m* to use Dr. Corn Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat:, Grits. Meal Cotton Seed Meal, both bright and
Pteree Golden Medical Diacoveryand'Favorite dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-AIleo Fertiliser Co.
primaries, including those who are not Prescription. When 1 commenced to see themedlcinea
registered by reason of age or residence, I weighed only 111 pu now I !Star! Brand Fertiliser*-Onaranteed Analysts Orange tree snit Vegetable,Fertiliser Para Oroand
but who are entitled to when weigh 140 pounda. I thank Cod u register Pierce fur my recovery." suiwrlor la tbs market,and a trial will ooovtn Send for Catalogue free. Delivered for 84.20.


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HOBBISS.. WALTraS.Oa.a&at.
Gsoaos patio l'uP"-t l .lrtZinc 11..110.. T
li0BBLYS &; GRAIIAM, 1J9P:3kh
a < hl Solo In Clulti.Satlnoute .
-Lv "Call for a State Democratic convention -
the most fatal of all dis very murk to the tote this
ATTORNETS-AT-LAW to be held at Jacksonville, Fla,
season, tuitlus sort and full of pliability
eases.FOLEY'S. Tuesday June 19 1900.
OFFICE: HOURS:-From 10 to 12 a. m., -that draping quality-still not
and 2to4p.m. "The Democratic party of the State of nRel1Jord
KIDNEY CURE Is I flimsy li.v any mean Velvets have
TmrsviLnK, Brevard Co. FLORIDA. Florida will hold a Stato convention( at.
grown light of weight and ii.i ruble
F. o. Boz,10$. Guarantee Remedy Jacksonville, on Tuesday, June 1<), at 13:
Will practice in all tbeoourtt- tate and fed"ap'ertal noon, for the following : and pliable, producing t'XaulMlte ef
fects beyond' anything drvunu-d, 1 of .bo- !
facilities for examining and perfect- or money refunded. Contains "To choose delegates to represent the
Ins land title. fore. As for thus. and tone they lmvtpassed >
remedies recognized by emi- State In the national Democratlo convention -
beyond rungs of .I..dl.| 'thesetwo I

L. GAULDEN, nent physicians as the best for to be held at Kansas City, Mo., on fabric and luiune velvet are. thu" Is a proud and peerless II I r M r

D. I July 4, 1IKX; to nominate candidates for one which will surely! meet. with no I
Kidney and Bladder troubles. record. It Is record of
.ATTORNEY-AT-LA-VV: the offices of Governor, one Justice of depreciation this season, mid they} nro a

Will practice In all the Courts of the State PRICE SOc. nod $1.00. the Supreme Court, a Secretary of State, to be well supported) by silks luuunler.able cure, of constant conquest Y

ot Florida, and the United States Courts. l II. U.tWILSO.V .V:; SOX.A Attorney-General, Comptroller, Treasurer of every make, plain and tllrllrl'd.brocall..1 over obstinate Ills
Superintendent of Public Instruction, mid broelietogether/ with the of Ills that deal
Money to Loan J8M. m nu'> of women/
; fancy > urerlngs braidings, ap
Popular !leaner[. Commissioner of Agriculture, a RailroadCoplmisdonerfor
Line a charlotte! mold pll1t'K11),1/ embroideries of silk or Inv out despair; sufferingthat
with lady flugcrs the term of four
oorDssiiTn years,
settings uf luce.
cutting them off evenly at the top four Presidential Electors and four alternates many women thinkIs
Cloth turut.llnto laces
nre by means
null leaving a small space between to bo voted for at tho next: regular of mechanical: cuttings and mechanical woman's nat"ral'orl- For catalogue and place\ address

.4TTORNEY: -A'r.LAW, thin them.cream Chill(ode and!cup whip thick threu cream cups and of State election, and to transact such embroidering In their latest smartness. tago; disorders and displacements B. W. JEROME,

TITtT8VILLE, FLORIDA. two cups rich milk may liu used), drain other buntnoss all may coma before the Superimposed' on white silks, satins or that drlvo out Rockl .tgo. 1"11Agt.' ., for llievard Co.
convention." cloths they lire having a great success
and chill for
again. Soften cue tablespoonful hope Agent
J. WEBB, of granulated t gelatin lu onefourth "The different counties In the State This uuuka more pointedly than ever Kant Coast for tho Glubo\ Gas Engines."HOW"TO .
tho two kinds of cloth which
F'. cup of cold black coffee. Scald will\ send delegates to the convention upon gowns "
have obtained highest favor neither Lydia E. rink ham'* Vegetable Compound I
turee-fourt of n cup of milk! or cream tho basis of '
A TTORNEY.A T-LA W following !!! representation:
of tu.-m ln sjmpathy with what we foryears DO BUSINESS/
that drains from the whipped cream One ,
; delegate for each hundred
Will In the one have been pleased to call thetailor
practice Courts of the 7th add half a of euros thoso troubles of
cup sugar; the
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents' oast for the candidate: on tho State ticket \gown. That rigid simple affair Oil HIM

and rents and accounts collected. who received tho highest number of votesat exists no longer among smart women. women and robs menstruation Secret Success Retail Merchandising

Tirt78vit.i.K, FKORIDA. general election of ls>00, and one additional If a cloth gown of today has" nothing of Its terrors -lly (fla I ). N. ;\lcl.tU.N.-

vote for the fraction thereof but Btltchlngs these stltchlugs represent Till' :Moot O ""I'1''h"IIIIIVII.| Trnrtlral and Vnln-
No need bo without
decoration lu bands motif and woman I atd.'rrex ti.e on I llu.lm..... ..nllnw, to HIICIM'BH-''
> D. PENNEY, when It amounts to fifty or more. The or tho safest and surost fully 1 I') It,HM pnliliohixi.
A. A tnxclMHik tIC imiittlrul. hint, rules nod ex-
committee has also allowed\ additional "ifJ.. advice for Mrs. Plnltham IIIIIIH| | i>r mii-li ruru vuliio Illut ovoryonn. ui unit.tar .
representation where the vote was Inv bow lad" 'mill "xm'rli'ni'iMl', iititutt. l hut ik'rtvi
counsels women free of .t liHotiiiMMuil' )1'-'mv vnliio from. tin ti<"nliliiciiw -
creased at the election it08 In any Idle to HIP >ouiiX,, | novice. / In A h.ud bunk. Hint
TITCSVIIXK -f f I II charge. Her address Is ..
FI.OIIIDA. tritrtmiro Indlspun.nble' | vnltie.H '
COFFBK: CHAIiLOTTE IIUSSB. for Slate oillcc' The counties
county s. timed I''liiiiiti>.... Agents Wnntnil. Full
Will practice In all the courts of the 7th yolks of two eggs; add! one-fourth of a under thl! 1'1110 will be entitled to reprosentntion Lynn, Mass. A unit outfit., liniliuliiitftliu' U lunik. on n'ml6|
.151 Hook ,'II.. l In iwnry .tnrekeeper, In all
Judicial Circuit. cup of sugar; und cook 1 In the hot milk follows affordto .
as : Can any woman limn 1'.t odd! on receipt| nf.a. AililraniiJKh

until the custard coats the spoon; add Alachul\ . .14 Leon . .14liradfard & t ignore tho medicine and lil/l/ I"rbou utriHit l/Utrti.X. JACKMONt.; ClilnaKO. IlU
the gelatin, strain and cool toutingoccasionally. . . It _
TAMES ANDREWS Levy . . ,4& ------ -'---
the advlco that has cureda
When the mixture begins Dl\ker..2 willilud
I i I -If you want good, results. you
ATTORNEY-A T-I\.W. to btlQ'en. fold! In the whip from BI.evald..6 Manntt.e. . ..3Cilihoun. million women? the AOVOUATK nn. excellent advertising .

the cream and turn Into the lined mold. . . ..2 Madison . ..7Cllrua. inodtum.JCJT" .
!Main office and P. O., TIBUALS, FLA. Thou thoroughly: set and chilled dip . . .9 Mllrlun. I 0 ._-

Office open at Ft. Pierco on Ssnd I and 4th the mold lu tepid water and Invert overa Clay . . .4 Monroe . 4 -We want to draw the attention of

Fridays of each month. serving dish.-Boston Cooking School Columbia. . if Nassau..4 our numerous readers, along the East FERRYS;
Notary Public State at Dndo. . . . .oJ OranJ"o.( .10
Large. Macuzlue. DeSoto . . /0 O..ceolll . ,.3Duval Coast, and throughout tho state In general

To Sronrv n Conxnnl Knit: Vi...... . .... .22 .l..CO. . . ..4Eseambla I to the advts. of the live and ever
STEPHEN E. FOSTER, The hurdost!! task lu miiluinlulog aconxtaut . .. it Polk . ..8Franklin. getlo business men who aio bidding for SEEDS

I . . 2 St. John. . .7 share of lu thooolumns
und continuous!I f'lllt,10'1,1: Is to a your patronage
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW (iadnden. . . .711 utnam,8
keep the laying,( storlt In prime 'rendition Iiamllton.4 Santa Rosa..S of the ADVOOATK. It you are In need' Thous.mla otSaMen.ndep.ud.u .

Rooms 420 and 42.7: Gardner Building, nays Colouel K. O. Roessle. This ilernando.2 Sumter.4 of any particular, line of goods, the pink Ferry .Pteets

JACKSONVILLE: FLA. means such a rendition of perfect I1l11l1boro I: /Suwannee .11 paper will tell you the best place to buy every year and (Ilev.r'h.sp 51,11Wdkaplwlntnlenl. pulpit.1ua' .

health that the 'eggs/: will not only be ilohne.s. : Tavlur . .2 them. Read the ads. bring Iea, not P.ylnC Crop..

SAMUKI.T. HAVLon, QomVoN K. BROOM laid regularly but that they will be of Jackson..0' VulnMis. ,. . ...11JI'It.er..on..u f rays le Psi, a llttl. mor. for
uniform size, according till breed Wakulla. . .ALafaayette i Fsaat's5aawl, Fl o.nl.perpaperv.rywh.n
CIIAYLOR.& BROOME, laying them. Under such conditions . .3 Walton . . 4 honest Aloillvlno for La Grippe. Mw.y.Ihs Ikal.soil Iaesewl always Annul worth h.IL..

we should) have large: eggs from M Inorcan. I.ake. . . .7 WI"hlnKton. .::1JI'O. t (leo. W. Waltt, of South Gardiner, 1. M, Visit a 11., Iusoir, Mlea,
A TTORNEYS-A T-LA W. Leghorns. Plymouth llnekw and . . . .'l { i Mo., says: "I have had t tIm worst" scoop,

Will practice In all tUe Courts of the ItrabmiiR./ When snob breeds! lay small "The counties will select their delegates cold chills and grip and have taken lots
nf trash of account but to
State. Office In Law Exchange.; eggs/ abnormally large/ egg with per In any manner which may bo considered tho vendor. Chamberlain's: profit Cough [ As mi advertising medium, no

.JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Imps double yolks or soft ,shelled eggs/ best by the peoploacdng through i7s Remedy Is the only thing tluit has dime 1"I'"rII) I the Kant' Joust( can boat the

the stock In out of condition and usual the party organizations: as recognized by ) any good\ whatever I have unod one AOVOOATK Give u* n trial "ndvt,

W. ALLEN ly oviifal The egg/: will thus be laid the last State convention. All Democrat t. fiO-oent bottle, and tho chills, (101.11\001 and bo ooiivluuud of the pink paper'

GEORGE Irregularly and many times laying/ will are Invited! to participate In the selection grip have, all left me. I congratulate worth.
stop entirely. Layer should be kept OUKIC.X: SATIN KVKM.NO: GOWN tho manufacturers of an honest med
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, active, anal activity In Induced by shortfeeding. of delegates thereto, Including those who It must also show touches. of lace or icine." For sale by all druggists and BO YEARS' '
have' become qualified. to vote since thelast medicine dealers EXPERIENCECOFVHIOHT
KEY WEST, FLORIDA. / A hungry/ hen Is usually a velvet' The gown which In cloth still

Will practice In the United States /good layer. election.: advances beyond this one Is a very .

!and State Courts. UjunOST "The clulrm.in and secretary of each drossy affair, a muss of openwork laid Choice ,

i I I fjii Grippe SiicceHMfull Trontcil. county convention held for the purposeof over white or colors It has llouuoIngn WinesLiquors

I O. FRIES C. E. "I have juHt recovered from the second electing delegates to tho State convention / moUHHcllnt'H.. plisses|| laces, fur,
attack of In grippe this year," nay Mr are requested to send to IIln.V..A. mingling of silks jeweled button. and and Cigars.

COUNTY SURVEYOR. Tae A. tones, publisher of the Loader K.iwl/t, chairman: Tallahassee, FIoa ornaments fringed sashes. nod many f OuarnnWOJPure. TftADE Manse
MexiH. Texas. "In the utter I case I Dcslons
Land legally$; surveyed and sub-divided. used l hamberlaln'.. Cough Remedy, andI written or printed copy of the proceedings other orimmeiitutlotm applied "by handwork d Sold at rod 110(11'1 Ac.

think with considerable success, only of such county conventions togetl. or In pasHi-nieuti-rh's, prlo Anrnn.finding a pIi tee and t rt ncr1r,Mcm m rfiulofclr
done. : r
Mapping Estimates for
neatly ,
I trm wh list
The cut represents n pale green .satin aanrlnll f>nr 01,1111'i l MIIliiviuitlori
all kinds of engineering; woiks. Disputed ng.iiiiftt being/ In ten bed d.ivs a little for (lie over former two attack.days, er with!! a !list of the names of the coltnfyexecutive gown with circular drop skirt! over taffeta ?* Import Tokitjr Wln, ,Uu...."'011.IN.'I'lNitmhlf'''"11.1.,. tu.t..hl.1 I llrinillH...oliiin(.onmitiitlriv"'",..'"..*

lines a specialty. The second J attack I am snlUliod 'would committee In which should be Russian lace U Inserted above from Miit tr.s.I' ohlHHl tAtmit. ,tlirouqh, 'terun11n1patentsel'.lmtls Munn A Co: r""o.lT. *

TITUSVILLE, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. have been equally: ax Old: as the 'firstbut designated the chairman and secretary of the Spanish flounce, and an applied Italy, .ptriU; notice wu lout...1', .. lu Ib*

but for the USA of this remedy, m I had such committee. conventional design In white, with a John B. Togni Scientific Hntericdtt

to go to bed In about MX hours after "W. A. KAWLS, Chairman. thread of !gold. Is used. on the front A h.ni1..imi,.lT lllu.tr.l..it ......klF. f.. r.Mt firftnlmlon -
S. BURN HAM, M. D. being 'struck' with It, while In the ilrttt "J. C. COOPER panel continuing round the llounoo. A Metropolitan Saloon, 12:1: Kuat Day 9t| ., of .nr .'ilniilltfn' N. cane: I was able to attend to business Secretary. 'nimitua,$L tfolil Uy U ti.w.il.iil'.rii.
second l line of very narrow edging, JACKSONVILLE! FLORIDA,
about two days before getting down"Fur MUNN & Co.--* New York
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, sale by all druggists and medicine llaugcrs of the ). such an border Insertion. 11al..o Introduced WIlOlcMl and lt.lt.ll...... It..otl m""rW6 r Ht, WMhlymun.I' >.U
dealers. on the skirt. Thebodice( Is of

Ear, those and Throat The greatest danger from La Grippe satin with n close fitting' bolero with -.
TolUt Hint Is of Its resulting\ in pneumonia.' If reasonable lace Inserting reaching (o the waistline
WEST PALM BEACH, FLOHIDA. the skins care Is used however and Chambeilain's RHTAIILHIIKIJ1S70.M. I .
Nothing la I so unbecoming to In the back. The revers are of .
Remedy taken all dan- -- ----
flabbiness and a want of vitality.. Cough tucked and slilrrvd green chiffon cutigbl
ger.will be avoided. Among the tens of
IIOUGITON'sFLOATING Massage Is the treatment par excellence : white velvet bow. A cluster of
pjR. thousands who have used this by a -
for stimulating the skin. for la grippe, we have yet to learn of a white velvet pansies adorns the left Lane & Son

DENTAL APARTMENTSon Where the null are" very brittle aad single cane having resulted In pneu. side of the corsage, and another droop ,
crack and split use carbolic avid In monia, which shows conclusively that from the halt on the left side of the

the (Denton) glycerin rubbed on. and at night! grease this remedy Is a certain preventative of skirt. The .belt. Is of white velvet

them well and sleep In "Io\(>a. that dangerous riineaHu. It will cure la fastened with u small gold buckle. 2S3;; WASHINGTON STHKKT, NEW: yon K.

Now AT PALM BEAcn.MANUFACTURERS Palm oil Is said to be an excellentcorn grippe, In hL less _time' than, any other. .treatment Then, Is something very chic lu alant.y "
it is pleasant and sate i<> tune. of velvet
cure.Frenchwomen. wraith built art glowing
The Largest and Most Complete are beginning to find dealers."For sale by all druggists; and medicine with oriental coloring, uuder a silvery Southern Fruit and Produce

Establishment South. out that they are! better In health and sheen. Them waists are extremely effective

keep their youth good spirits and complexions under street Jackets. One has

GEO, S, HACKER & SON longer when they! make a APRIL SAILINGS an open bodice, with Beam down the
Oo ro..1oc1oc. 3JvHoxcIks.cin.ta.
point of resting a little during.( the day. hack and under the arm, the back dipping .' : : :

They are Also considering It necessarythat Into two short tabs, a jeweled but
Splendid! Service to New York l>y O. 8. .s. Co.
PINEAPPLES A SPECIALTY Stencils Cards and) furnished
: ; our quotations on
one day at least out of the seven ton on vncli. Long revere covering to*
''I The Ocean Co. :Savannah
Steamship (
I should be specially set aside for Idle- fronts sire built of lavender !>lu<* satin application
ness. Line) has Increased their sailings to laid tin t. held at I the top by a jeweled.

A'little pure white vaseline appliedto live ships each week from Savannah to button and a large OHM. The single dart

the eyelashes at night Is said to promote New York, and sailing days are Mondays, cams are' defined by live j'w..I" buttons THE ADVOCATE PRINTING HOUSE .

their growth. Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and on each seam a pretty motif the ;

-- ---- Saturdays of each week. 'In April there button the name size as those on the

Catarrh Cannot He Cured will be 21 sailings to New York In 24d back tab. Vest and high collar bund
are In one of white cr..podl' chine ot'vr.
With local application, as they cannot .lys. Passenger can purchase ticketsfrom
laid diamond! crossings. of belgv lace
reach the seat ot the duenna Catarrh lea anytRallroad ticket agent and the rry
blood or constitutional disease and In greatly lu accord with the rich amber,
order to cure It 10.1 must take Internal trip Is very delightfully broken by the blurs, purple. and red. In the velvet

remedies." Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken short rail ride and two days by sea on Close lilting blue satin sleeves have for

OF Internally and acts directly,. on the blood one of the palatial steamships of this epaulets velvet triangles. lie broad

Doors Sash Blinds and mucous surface Hall's Catarrh line. From New York to Savannah ends facing with large Jeweled huttous
Cure U not a quack medicine. It was ornamenting euclf.
there \
will be six sailings\ each week
& Material prescribed by one'of the best physiciansIn Zinc one of the new cloth colors. !I.'
Moulding \
Building this country for years, and Is a regular I a sailing every week day. best Imagined by recalling the metal
11 Is of the best The Florida office !
prescription. composed I 2.'I: W. Bay St.,
Office & Warerooms King;, opposite tonics known, combined with, the best Jacksonville, will have on sale for room- It afford A capital Held for smart!
Cannon Street.Charleston blood purifier, acting directly on the touches of color In the gown. Satin
mucous surfaces. The perfect combination Ing the return travel from Florida two cloths In the !zinc nhudt are a pronounce

] S. C. of the two Ingredients Is what thirds of the rooms of all the ships, and ed .ti<.ecu'*. vKpccliilly when silks are
produces such wonderful results ID cur will, \ be In position to give the choicest Introduced .. I I' done\ In J'nrlll.VOC". rirsrrr
Sash Weights Cord and log. catarrb. Send for testimonials, free. accomodatlons, and everyone calling
1''. J. C'MKXitY A Co, piops., Toledo, O.
there may feel assured of a room or berthas Tamnmta Cream ffoap.'
Sold druggists )price 73c.
Hardware. Hairs,Family rills are the beet.VirginiaHomes. their wants may require. A letter to Tomato cream I I. n favorite soup for
which the' IkiHtoit Cooking School Magazine
this office will bring you sailing schedules -
give this recipe[ : Scald one quartof
Window descriptive. folders and prompt answers
and Fancy alas -
milk with balf an onion. live. or six
to all Inquiries. This Is )
A SPECIALTY. splendid clove, a bit of bay leaf n sprig of
service, and the gnlflclrnt/ cnlsfoe, parsley and two-thirds a cup of stale

and the sweet and airy rooms and gen- bread crauib Itviuuvv Hie seasoning r

Marriage Paper.Pu : eral good treatment accorded the patronsof I and puss the. bread. through a sieve'

4. :. t Tho. an
,....1-V: ;r from.Formal WMHIIT aDd puroo ermtl.Jntraduatloo Ip wort Its resources, product, mode of cultlTktion a h the visitor to Florida and the I teaspoonful of sugar )1.1 minute Add
84. tree<0 11Od_. _pie opr ,. the one-fourth a tea poonful of soda pans
prices, by readlnx/ public generally. For Information I
any ,
a. a>CIAL AMERICA raledo l ,Ohis. through a slew and add to tb". breadand '
Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. and for berth reservation, write or call
i milk. Add five tablespoonfuls of Job Work Executed
Great : AMPLEcopie.ofloI Quickly
Big MAT. ad daereotNew.paperl. ... for 3 months subscription to the on Walter Hawkins, General Agent, 221 butter In bits and season with salt and ,

iw.doAdv.' Drrosutpon. CWr41.TrOM4..jr U Farmer Co., Emporla, Va. West Cay street, Jacksonville, Fla. I paper.



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-f ISDIAN RIVER-ADYOCATE. 1-- SENTIMENT. Indian River Real Estate Agency

.6.w5CRLYJOOaNA& DaVOTaD TO THOfMElfT .DRTRL. That the great mass of humanity
Or TH. INDIAN .11''... LARB. !is affected more by transitory impulse TITUSVILLE FLA.
than well anchored reason is

apparent to every philosophicaland Baking
PUBLISHED EVEnT FRIDAY. sociological l observer. Enthusiasm YOU would do well If you have property to sell and want It advertised In this
paper, free of cost to you and put In the bands of live men, to write at once to
H. WALTON, Editor Proprietor. enter before the
mezAaLSS this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property public.
more or less Into the compositionof C2T.Many: sales will probably be made this winter by thin Agency. Why not
Check,eto.,mar be made payable to CHAKLUB. human life, and the shout of applause .
WALTON,publisher and proprietor of today may be succeededby yours.PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10.00.
the hiss of to.morrow. We will Powder ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.00! per acre.
Address all oomrounloatloni to not that the of Beautiful tract 120 aCI'ell. one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of Eau
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATB.TITUSVILLE. say majority men Gallic; flrsfc-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price. $1,000.
FUlHIBA.U. and women do not think, but that CHANGE GROVE, 14 acres, GO miles south of TItusville. Will pay $1,01)0) ) thin
a large per cent are controlled by year and S.OOO! > next. Price, $7,000.
popular clamour is a self-evident HAMMOCK LANDS, near TItusville, from $3 to $2.)' per acre.
S. Department of Agriculture proposition. The rabble that met I One hundred and sixty acres, lake front 2+ miles west of TItusville, good for
pineapples, vegetables and Price, $550.00.;
Weather Ilurcau-Jupiter, Fla. the son of man with shouts of de. oranges.

the that ._- -- -- .. -
statement light was one earnestly, a Economy.
The following; comparative -
of tomperature and rainfall fur the few days afterwards c nferuled for .
week cndlng.Tuesday, April\ 21, 1100.IO ). his crucifixion. It has always beenso Jas. :B. Bours
()("- \!- and human conduct ia as varla- ,
bje and fickle it
18 7!> 72 H2 114 thousand today as was two H113crA,1n: : Feed." :::Eii1.c>"l1r"
19 81 74 70 OU years ago.
20 71'( 71 70 W These thoughts have been suggested GRITS, MEAL AND COTTON SEED MEAL. NEW GARDEN
21 7ft 72 78 111 by recent public utterances
22 711!' 110> 70 fi* and called the The manufacturers of Royal SEED ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME. .
2.1: 80 70 ,,714 71 writings, out by announcement
21 87 72 78 71 that Dewey in. a candidate 'Baking Powder have declinedto Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to man or
for the Presidency. The always
Total for the week: 07. beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotations.
Departure from normal rainfall for the echo of the last gun, In' honor of
week: plu .40 Indie Departure Dewey, and the shouts of praise, produce a cheap baking powderat Lowest cash prices.
from normal rainfall since January I,
Incite with which he had been received, Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

plus 5,01 1IAI..P. IlAHDiiC; Obnerver. had hardly died away before he the sacrifice of quality. .
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was hurried to Golgoth because he

.; expressed a desire to be President. The is made from
THE damages from floods, In Miss Now let it be well understoodthat Royal the. CHAS. N. WELSHANS,
have reached Into the
slasippl up we do not advocate the candidacy .
millions. Traffic on many of the most highly refined and wholesome
of Admiral Dewey We even
railroads has been stopped, and that it might disastrous CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
the entire region ia flooded with say prove ingredients and is the embodimentof ,
to the country If he should receive ,
This has been wet
water. a
the nomination and elected ; but Agent for CAbot's. Creosote Shingle Stains.
season throughout the Southern all the excellence be .
States. does it logically follow that he possible to

t should be abused and ridiculed U- Write for Samples and Prices.

IK any man pufl'etl up with because he uplre -to the highest attained, in the highest class baking

importance, let him disguise himself ofllce within the gift of the pesple? Old 'Phone 8. ;iV\ 218 E Bay Street

and mingle with his fellowmen Is the Admiral guilty of grave powder. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
What he heard of himself moral misconduct because he has

would very materially reduce any declared himself Democrat and Royal Baking Powder costs onlya
an aspirant for office? If Democracy -
welling of the cranium or inflation
of the thorax. Try It for the thinks it else advisable to nominate -. fair price, and is cheaper at its MeMurray & Baker
eake of others. some one for the Presidency ,
then let them do so; but let
than similar article.
WE see from some of our exchanges us not wound the old hero. by ridiculing '. price any UiiO and 222 East nay St. Mohawk Ulock. Jacksonville, Fin.

that candidates for county and belittling\ him in thee'PI t
Ileadquaiteis for-
of the public.
offices are putting In their an
cards. Is time One editor recently said : "Dewey
nouncement not Material Vehicles
hits. shown Wagon Harness Bicycles
that our Ureviml county aspltantswere "himself C to be u very Samples of mixtures made ia imitation of baking ,
doing the same thing? Do mrtll man. In what way? He. powders, but containing alum, are frequently dis- .
not forget that the ADVOCATE IB cause he wishes to be President? tributed from door to door, or given away in + and Sundries.
Then, doubtless, the editor who grocery stores.! Such mixtures are dangerousto
one of the heat advertising me. use in food, and in cities their sale is "KELLY"
made the above Is also on wheelsat
statement a you
Hum in the county prohibited by law. Alum is a corrosive poison and
small man, for where is the man all physicians condemn baking powders containing it. short notice.
who would not be President If the '
THE Florida Stole Agricultural mn _
office was tendered him?
Society will convene in Jacksonville Public sentiment la sometimes
,on May 3rd and 4th. The HAMMOND PACKING CO.
very he"rlI1l88lnel we think this Is
,State Horticultural Society also (Formally The G. II. Hammond Co.
aNvAt )
an instance. If we believe this KINO POWOCR CO. rfO WilLIAM 9T NEW YORK.
meets in the same city on the same OUR SPECIALTIES
grand old man is being used :
by .
date and doubtless ) .. .
Interesting -
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/ --
many -- --------- -- -
ideas will be advanced by the base politicians for the purpose of "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon

respective delegates In their addresses disrupting the Democratic party, "Coin Special" canned meats.
then, by nil means' give the noini.
on agriculture and bortl.t'ulture nation to some more availabl/ candidate @ Of fi "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.
subjects. A attend'
is large !/ ; but don't show your moral "Calumet" leaf lard.
nee anticipated.
and mental meanness' bv heaolnsropprobluru Homemade pure lard.

upon one who ban ei:; CourseLNYou "Peerless"
THE issue of the day in Duval I gallantly served his country In compound sausagesand

county will soon be on now on the time of peace and blood shed. all Packinghouse Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

question! of the removal of the cap. -- .. .
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itol! to Jacksonville, and It promisesto / ---- ---------

be a hot fight, when the delegates JUDGE J. D. BEGGS.It WILLIAM CLARKE ***";\

to the State convention are PLUMBER.
elected Judge Cromwell Gibbons Is now little less that two 0. e --

Bays he la for capitol candidates, months before the convention meets Are Fine 01\1I Fixtures, Plumber and Oas Fitter, Uoofing.JShect:\

and J, Knrtridge says he is for the In Jacksonville, for the purpose of Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs, Water Closet .
same; but Judge Gibbons, it l is naming those who shall act as our and Wash Stand
Copper vessels
noticed, ia' put up for chairman State olllcers for the next quadrenlum. of all hinds oed

against llartridge. Among the olllcers/ to be v'1 Thinking _descriptions re-tinned.
selected Is that of a Governor of

WHILE: Frederick 'V, Ramsden, the State of Florida, and at this 37 Forsyth St., Jacksonville Florida.
the British consul Santiago::; during writing we do not hesitate to say '

the Spanish-American war, that the indication point to Judge I ofYour -------------.------
was nt Ills post, he rendered very egg's nomination for that ottlce.We -----

valuable services to the United do not Buy that the race will TIIK SOUTHERN FUEL AND
States !in protecting American Interests be one sided and that the Judge ifSIT SUPPLY COMPANY.

during the siege This will sweep everything before, him
Urltl her like chair before the wind but we
supported our cause most
nobly, and died at his post of duty do say that, from present indications Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime Cement
Judge Iteggs will receive : ,
The United States government very a ? ..-
much appreciated what Mr. Rams safe majority on the first ballot.It *''

den did for us, and now Secretary i is true, that the gentlemen who I EVERYBODY IS. Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick
..... ,
Long has undertaken to have a are in the race for the same office

bronze tablet cast Washington are strong capable men ; but so You Are a little doubtful ns to the fabric and style, whether you Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville. Florida. I
navy yard and erected at'Santiago, much more the honor when the Telephone Xo. 211::. ,
prefer a Fancy Cnsslmvre, a Striped: Worsted, a Blue Serge, or
Cuba, at a point to be designated Orange county's candidate receives J.1;. MUNXERLTX, General Manager.
the Cliivot,or probably a new Oxford Mixture.
by General Wood, in 'commemoration nomination on June I9th.
of the services of the late Mr. Judge Ileggn la a ,man of great We have! them all, and never made up and tailored in better .. ------ ------

its meden. strength of character, a polished style. How about the price? Don't fear, we knew this> would bean
-,- gentleman and a life-long Demo .. L. KEENE.
important factor with you,so we studied and worked hard to be ..
THE' turpentine in crat of the first water. .Mentally,
he Is far above the prepared to meet any price that (Its your pocketbook best.
Florida is reaching magnitlcient mediocrity, and Dress Goods
has left his intellectual Millinery Notions
proportions. Nearly all the available impress ,
pine lands are being leased or upon the public as few men have -Our range/ of prices run like thl-: Laces, Gloves Umbrellas
done, Morally, he Is without Art Goods, Hosiery Corsets.

bought and money up for is turpentine circulating purpose more, stain; and no man can point.out a $$7.50 $8 $9 $$10 $12 $15 $18.00 and Up.Any Prompt attention

freely. We welcome anything that anything in Ills past record that paid to all orders.This .

brings prosperity and good citizens his friends would not be willing to Is one of the oldest and most
into publish to the world. Those who houses in Jacksonville. All the latest
Come on, gentlemen Suit from
us will have
; you may buy a certain style, will fit I'.Uterns and
all the room has not yet been taken are personally acquainted with you! perfectly, and give lasting satisfaction You cannot atford 101 btyle.
Judge liegga will with Wmltiy Street, corner 01 Laura .
up. agree us to o>erli r these essential points. Hotter call and let us talk the JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
that theileutterancel ..
are strictly :)oitqueetiwiover.ay EINt1 18 FDa rnO F." -
CIRCUIT Court'adjourncd yester- in accordance with the truth, and -- .. ..

clay after a rather quiet session that many more complimentary:

Judge Minor S. Jones held the legal things could be said of the man -Our Sew Spring Line of- WATCHES CLOCKS
reins, and it is needless toadd who will\ be our next Governor. ,
that he did it to the entire satisfaction Ilnrrah for lieggs! STRAW, ALPINE 'and CRUSH HATS are Of; and NOBBY.

of all parties. Judge Jones lrice are right also. la (, ;. .,Jewelry, Diamonds,
is one of the ablest olllcers that ever HAVE you been helpful in the
presided over a court, and we slightest degree to some one who Mail orders: receive prompt attention When in town do no fail to .$4. Souvenir, Wedding rings and Present,

hare no excuse to offer for any exhibitions needed help? Then you have sown give us> a call Yours, Anxious to l>lealteEagle' 4 f II 1 U'aUliHin Watches, etc.

of pride we may manifest beneficence and can confidently 1U
in saying that he is a citizenof expect a rich harvest of fllllal regard Store FIRE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING

TJtu v1lle. We are proud of in this )life r.td a never-ending Clothing .

him, and have no desire to go downin I round of love in the life to come. Watch Inspector for Plant System, and also for Jack none A Southwestern B'y

the cellar to say it. A truly good deed in immortal. Opposite the bank, Titusville. Spectaolesand Eyeglasses. Charges paid one'way. R. J. RLES,

223 W. Bay St., JAc> sosvn.LE, FLA.







the, .. for II.the J. north.Rosslter and wife left x Tuesday, McCOMB & CO.

Pudding Daytona.Dr.Charles. Singleton left last Friday for Use our Pineapple Brand if you want to meet ,

W. L. Hughlett Is once more on with success. OOO "ialriLertori: : >:D. St.: Now T'or1.:
is illthe the streets, after a serious tu..sle'Itb

the grip.J. ...i\lake] a Specialty of...

Eating. D. Almond has returned from Fort

Pierce, where he has been looking after GUARANTEED ANALYSIS:
I business IntuiesU.
I Ammonia ...,?.......... ...... ..; .. .... ..... .. ....... ............ 4 to 8 \vt pent:
Mr. and !Mrs. B. W. Jerome Available Phosphorle'Acid...., H to T mirr"ntPOCA8UH2O .BEANS.
ing a cruise are enjoy ........ ... ........... ...... .. .............. .. .. ..... .. ..... ............ a to U jieroont'
Try to Daytona In their launch, Z .
the Volunteer.L. Price $30.00 PER TON. F. O. B. JACKSONVILLE, .

D. Hancock has boen In town this

week, seeing about the proposed additionto Favor us with a part of your shipments
the Xew Kockledge hotel ,

aunnox'sChoose.: from Jlr.the and cottage Mis. A.into L theNew Hatch have Kockledgu moved Largest dealers in fertilizing material in We won't ask you to continue If others beat us.

hotel for the summer

T. G. Ronald has been absent on a the State.
trip to Daytona and Jacksonville. He
Is expected to return to-day. Photo Supply Co.
Mrs. C. W. Harrison gave a most enjoy;

able reception on Wednesday afternoon All olxoorfullv vored.1Clf
Correspondence antis' .
Georgiana. In honor of Mrs. OsceoU Currier. u. :3Z2it-ij :Ivxxliilc
... .t 1-4 mint Oo.
Mrs. U. F. Hatch has joined her husband .

at Enterprise, where he has charge Write for Special Pamphlet. The IIOIIRO In Florida tlmo'to
only ; devoting its the
has been
Undo hughie; shipping some
of the telegraph, office for a short while.A .
line beans during the last week. KODAKS I
thrill of excitement pervaded our AMATEUU
Mr. and Mrs. Goodsell and] Ron, Willie, little town on Tuesday, when cards were LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. I .
OUR l'IAI.T\-ovolol.lnjt and Fri ..
left for their home in New York, /Satur were received announcing the marriageof ,,

day. !Mr. Charles; Alexander Crolghton and Hive us M tiliU. No trouble to answer questions.

Twenty-nine crates of beans were ship. Miss Annie Strong; McCheMiey, which :T'ackson.-v1J.J.e. FJ.ozid.a.:: I U'OUS'i'I'iE
01 KlngStieot HT. A : FLA.
ped from bore last Friday on the Spar took place at Cocoa, Saturday evening, ,
April 7th, 1 Rov.. G. M. Duvlson, pet formIng -- -

tan.The the ceremony, In the presence of the SOME
egg-rolling; for the children had to' bride's mother only. The gloom left Melbourne. HOTEL ...P'HOXTING I ON TJJI'LAZ.\ .\...

be postponed until 'Wednesday after- the next\) day for the north, while the Gorgeous| ll...liii..itt of Nome of the Southern ALGONQUIN s'r AUOU8TINK': FLOUIDA.
Munson's -
in Mr. yard but they' bride
noon, remained here with her mother
.. .. .
Kt>atli r iil II *.nil.| *.. .
enjoyed it very much. There were 100 the whole affair being kept a complete OOOUE': & niHIIHC.: -Itenl Estate aid Loan
eggs hidden for them to find secret until the announcement cards Agent for .V.tn.i, Ixwdim unit Llvorlmol.]. l anti The artistic\ hand of man ran never Centrally Located. Spuclnl' attention to Commercial; \, and Tourist

were sent The (Globe, aid. Iinnurlul" Fire Iii.uranr e. Sieclnl|. hope to rival the Easter garment of Travel Largo well LlgUtod Koonm. Grand
Fred Munson, wife and little daughter; out. whole affair was attention paid to the Interests of lion reet- Mamplo: View of Day and
nature In life and In bird
rather plant life. The
Pauline Mrs. Davidson and daughter, romantic, the couple having been denta.B3T". plumage of blida can only bo compared I Ocimti from verandahs. Kate $:j! to *:I..W O per day .
Miss Lottie, Mr. Symmonds and daughter acquainted only three months before !
Miss Elizabeth, and Miss\ Ruth Allen their marriage. Mr. Creighton; has Subscriptions for the AI>VOOATK, to the beauty of the dowers and of the F. C. HAYDKN, Manager.

left, Tuesday, for their respective north. spent the past two seasons here in the the pink paper of the East Coast, will be precious stones.
ern homes. These people will be greatly capacity of clerk at Hotel Indian River, received at the Melbourne Postofllce. The blue bird, I the red bunting and '
yellow hammer have tutted liPiidtt.. The
missed both in church and social life in and Mrs. Creighton has passed a number
females are sometimes to Itohancillollll.r DKAL) ; IIKACH N. J.
our community. of winters on Indian River Both of the Capt. G. G. Gleason, of Eau Oallle, ,
than their loids. Tlio blue ,
young people are very popular here, and "
in town 'flleltl"'Y.ArcllllelLcon .
John Fields,, and wife, of Indlanola, have hosts of friends who wish them was Jay lit ofL noisy, saucy fellow, but his noisy, Hathaway' Inn I III situated on a platrau about forty fret above the

were down visiting the old settlers, last every happiness. Drown delivered an eloquent unlike the jackdaw Is musical. sea level' In largo elm mind maple\ grove, surroundod by beautiful .

Wednesday. They called on Messrs. ) sermon last Sunday evening In the Dark coats and light vests prevail In lawns, from which grand/ ocean view I III had. Golf U a feature
church. the attho o' I birds also In animal the great
White, Hughes, Hiscock and Munson, Episcopal ,
and spent the night at Dr. Wittfold's. Don't throw away your money buying back Is darker than the front. Good'rte at noal, being the situ of the llnost Knit coarse mind club house In the
patent medicines Dr. Next evening the literary so-
Vincent's advice Friday
down far l Is displayed, In sohosing colors country. Hiithaway Inn only caters to tho most desirable dims
went of
They on as as Tropic, returning alone is worth a gallon; of "cure all" ciety will meet at the home of Mr. and
home Friday. They were traveling stuff. Write him at Jacksonville Mrs. /blrdefleld. when men select their clothing.The people, 1\0111.. llrst-olnsit, In nil its appointments Send for booklet and tl'al.tcllhull.
independently, as they were driving mockingbird In quest of food Apply to
Alex. .T. Geode returned from like a robin few fret his
their own horse and buggy. Capt. mns u spread
A. f.. .feC. W. !MAHHH, !
SASH DOORS AXD BLINDS. Florida Tltusvllle Tuesday}, where he went ana wings to< scare up fcniHNhoppoii\ or flies, Proprietor
About twenty of our people went over Hardware, Co.; Jacksonville member of the grand jury. and then runs on again, repealing, (time "... .. .
to Bonaventure last Monday evening! to unfolding of his Wings lie Ins H neat,
attend the musical. entertainment at Mr. Miss Mo/ell Williams and her aunt, GABLES '
daik-giny ImslnosM milt with white IIiN.SONVILLEl( !
spotted &KKNColrNTV.:' :
Minis'. Mist Gertrude Minis performedon Eau Gallie. Mrs. Bowyer, took a trip to Palm Bench wings and, tl\ll. The phehu Is a winter OAIHKIM. MuwNrAtN\
thepiano, Miss Lottie Davidson. on the last week. They report a delightful Mid, returning north In the spring. The N. \In the bummer.

violin, and Mis. Davidson, who has a very : time. bobolink Is a bird of passnge and knownIn

sweet voice, sang. Both young )ladiesare town County Tuesday.Surveyor J. O. Fries "I\sln Miss(\ Gladys Wells remembered mime Ploilra AH the, rend bird, and I In the Melrose Hall OHMOVD' FLORIDA, in winter

very line musicians, anti altogether, of her Melbourne filonda with curds, of the Stem hem Slates im the lice bhd. The ,

it was a treat, not often enjoyed by our Archdeacon and Mrs. Brown were Easter greeting from Geneva, (Switzer whip-I" r.wlll pusses to tho north In Rates reasonable. Addrusii '
people. guests of Mrs. Nesbitt, Sunday." the spring, and In the Carolina In con- ,

The accident to Mr. Peck's launch last Archdeacon Brown land.Dr. .. "lrleru.llhe'IIIII'e heiald of wmni weather. CATHKILL\ : MOUNTAIN IIOUSK:
held services at W. II. 8hrr.min: Mr. and !'th. ..'
Its 1.,111'1h..I'c. \
iibout fumtnight
Monday evening was not so serious as at St. John's church, Sunday morning. Charles; Whitney, Miss Whitney and Hong was The cliuck-wllls-wldow n MKLROSK<< : $: HALL, SOOIIIK & LiiTtNcorr' Piupiletor
first reported. The crank to the / ngo. ushers
pin III. left
engine broke doing damage to the Capt. Goo. G. Gleason has gone for n Miss Allen, all of Waukegan, all nil' in n>or. It* song Is heard at Wll.l, IAM hlCOIIIK.;
some ; northern "homo.
engine; and Mr.' Peck says he had the trip to Miami; in the launch Eau Gallio. here, Tuesday, night and Is rim timer monotonous Ono '
Wm. Bishop of Chicago arrived night I hoard bleu jay' utter sharp. Impatient -- r
pleasure of paddling his boat a halfmilefor Claude instead, of Fort Pierce, was Lawyer ,
to 1 some time notuH, interrupting| the monotonous W. C. T. U. I RETURNS'THANKS.
the first time. Everyone is sorry In town, Weduusdivv." visiting brother in town, Monday, spend CONVENTIQN
that the trim little launch is disabled and calling on old lends, with his. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. sound, tin much ns to sny, "idiiit -
and some of us will miss our accustomedride Arnold, of Waukegan: III., who are here up." 'I'he sound censed. The bird!
as its owner was always cordially L. !M. Murray, of D.ytonlpent. part lor !Mrs. Arnold's health. doubtless How oil to other pails. The 'rhe I'th nnnunl' convention of the Coco, FI.A., April 2a: HIM).

inviting; his many friends, in that cheeryway .. \TueHday' and Wednesday In town, bob-white Is known In the Middle Staten i Florida WOIM.UI'H ChilHtlan Tumpurance Kililiir l"/i'lil Hierr Ailvnralrt i / '
Mrs'' E. :or. Campbell ontl'I.talnotlllMtIon.ray Union[ hold at O.llIcllvllle
on April
calling/ on our merchants. as qu.ill" and In the (Southern States all 1
of his "Get In and take ride the
a ; evening; at Hotel Bellevuo, a p.irlrldge. It In '.ibnndnnt and protected :Jrd to Atli. Owing to prevalence of the We are about.. to leave this part of the
more the merrier.. The Rochester returned from her number of friends, among whom were against the hnntsnun willie mating .and grippe' throughout.. the State, but tw..nty. country anti felt (hat before we l left
down-river trIp on Wednesday.. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. iSaltonstall. of Virginia; rearing Its live' dulugatoM( went pruHunt, yet these we wanted! to flxpinx. our gratitude

Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspeptlclde is a cure, M I rs. E. W. Stickney, !Mrs. Canfield and Mrs. W. H. !Moses and, Mrs.' !Maigart1'ettlt It Is easy young to> win the confidence, of oprcMonud. every Mcctlon exocpt ourKiist you for ndvMriK u* to Coma to )RookIcxlKW. .

not a mere relief from Indigestion. It digests Messrs. James O. and Paul Snyder, who of Philadelphia" 1'a. ; Miss, Helen birds, even to the wild duck. The duckIs ': Count south of ));"yIOIlI&. 11n'rues.duty We have Kpent a most delightful
the food and makes' the stomach were with the party, were well pleased Allen, of England' ; Allen Campbell; of wary If an unfriendly hand Is shown evening, thu 'tnl: )Hon.' U. Mathoson winter, and I leiivu with the Repression

right. B.'K. Wilson\; /Son.Stuart. i with theft .rip. KoHoland, him, and remaiknbly confiding If encouraged welcomed the convention on tlm hurt of Hint wo hall want to return for another
the Rev Thrower In bohiilf, of the Htmmm. to this .,.. Hilvu,
city .t.
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Master Thomas nubollrwhohas, been, ---------- HO to be. lie will keep lit a engaged
visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Harbour, PAINS IN Till!: \CK.-A. B. Farrlng-; safe distance from the gun of the sports churches, and \Dr. ISarah Itobb! gave' a ((iiiutor* at Hotel Pablo. Pablo (lunch,

at Walden cottage, has returned to his ton, Constanta, N. V., says: "I was trOUt man. On the other hand he will sport "lou unt wel(,*>me /gruel big/ for the luau Kin where wo will stay until warm
home In New Yoik. This young gentleman l.1ellIovAral\ year. with kid nov disease and hlniHelf within.it few feet of the kindly- union. \Dr. Holt I then sang an oilglnal 1 wi'iuliorujtuU u* fin I lir north. WeleavoCooi.il
won many friends while here ..ufTeredllevero pains In the back.' I used disposed! mid even land upon the shorn temperance sole, nfior which 1I..1t. Min. ; on Tiifsdny. of till week, top-
We have several fine places yet for who (hope to nee him return next winter. Foley's Kidney Cure and one bottle curedme. of the towns where protection Is assured.. nix Neal of Del.and, responded, In.a. few ping'ntUaytuuaand( !Mf. Augustine for .
sale on reasonable terms. I recommend It to my friends.. It Shooting them la prohibited by law well-cliomMi wold The rniiinlndor of tine d.iy only at ouch ,place. I enjoyed
Miss Hudson who has schoolat Mr. and Mrs. J. H. D. Smith and has given perfect satisfaction." Take no within the prod nets of tho river towns the evening given. to the annual address, rniiillng the INDIAN Krvicit AUVOUATB

Waveland this, winter after taught daughter, Miss Mandie, left here, Monday substitute.! U. K. Wilson & .Son. which extend to the middle of the channel of the pivsldunc, 1\1111. Alluo C, lliowu, very; much.
spending for AdAinsvllle, Ala., where they of the liver.' Almost day within of Han ford.Wednemlny. Mis Wliltemir.ki Join. me In Bonding
several with friends here left Monday any
days expect to make their future home. Mr. the last few weeks could wild ducks wits. given to rCIlItll| of bimt wlshe to your pink papor.'
for visit with friends In Sebastian 6 .. I...
a and Mrs. Smith have been residents of Money In I'lli M|>i>
corresponding and treasurer Your
secretary truly
after which home bo shot from the shores of our 'piemlMon.Ponnlbly very ,
she will return to her
in C Eau Gallie for the past ten years and our domestic white puklnduclc and Home of the eighteen department, HATTIK 1.. WAf.rni.Mr .,

Arkansas.The .. while their friends regretted to see them The Frultman's Guide says' : There Is act as a decoy, and the wild, one come The[ secretary' report showed n growthof [ *. Walter I Is the widow of a former
recent rains have greatly helpedthe leave, their best wishes go with them., an active demand for ripe pines andextra la larger Dumber than they otherwise Interest In the State (In the evening piomlnent' physician of Eaton Rapids

growth of pineapples; and our peo- are going out at from 22o. to 23o.: would. HI us Bello Kearney, of Mississippi, one Mloli. ; and Miss Whltenack, who hall

ple nre hopeful and happy. Already Thos. W. Carter,of Ashboro, N. C. had per pine; No. Is at inc.; No.. 2s at I'Jo; Of the birds' of Florida) the mockingbird of the I\tlf./III\llocturUI'II/ gave ono, of her from Tuoiimiieh, Mk-h, I 18 her cousllJ..Ell. .-

several are securing material for sheds, kidney trouble and one bottle of Koley's to 1 Ic., and No. 311 at Oo, to 100. brown thrush, blue Jay' cardinal popular lectures to a large audience. .J

and many more acres will be added to Kidney Cure effected a perfect cure, and bid, cat bird, brown bunting and other 'Thursday, report were continued, fol- -
the now more than 100 on our St. Lucie be says there is no remedy that will compare A. R. Ih Morgantown! Tad,, had bird have proved tho friendship of our lowed by election of otllcer, nil follow: Ten
Klver. ; with it. B. K. Wilson & Son. to get up ten or twelve times In the night nearest neighbor to whom they go dally 'ruHldeut. Mr*. Alice C. Brown Mllnforl; Mile Creek. "

Mr. Greene, of Jensen, has made arrangements and had severe backache and pains In the for food. It I III a beautiful Bight to see 'Ice-proHldent' ill ra. A. Iluffiim Apalaclf -
kidneys. Was cured by Koley's Kidney them coming morning or evening/ for cola; corresponding secretary, Miss W. W. Cull ton'
to putout an acre of strawberries young ornnge grove:
on a part of !Mr.Simmons' place. Fort Pierce. Cure. Guaranteed. H. H Wilson & Won.HMV : their rations. If not forthcoming they Minnie K. Neal, DeLnnd; recording, eo-, I III putting' on new growth and shows
Mr J. Glenn
do hesitate to call for them. I retary, M. Tllnplt''I1'; *
not was
Mr. S. has shown that strawberries area ------ signs n good crop of orange another
!If urer, rat Flora
much to cat bird alight
very sure and profitable crop, and as Dr. Wilson was In town Monday, visiting .. You tliwl n C..titloirn.f surprised see a yunr.;
within four feet of
there on tho piazza mo,
are many acres adapted to their J. S. Bell. The convention throughout Quito a number of from
where ho had been accustomed to come : wa enlivened young mnn .
culture, we expect a new industry Boon. One handsomest catalogues; I by solos and excellent fiiuulo by Ten Mile Crvuk visit Fort Pierce
W. Bass has returned from his visit of the ever for his food. In size this bird, like the every
John Danforth has bought a lot from and hunting trip on.the Narrow; printed the Interest of protection to mocking bird, I I. a little mailer than the the united choirs, alt well a. by physical Hnriilay. We wonder what the attrac-
W. Kltching, and we will have a hotel ? orange( trees, has just been issued by the robin; In color, like that of a Maltese culture, respite exercUe, under the direction tion I is.Wright.
large enough to accommodate our visit L. Stoeckel, of the Narrow, was a McFarland Fruit Protection Co. It Is cat. Th brown bunting I II hero called of Mrs Ida Kooker, of Jackson Cal'ltolha.. fine '
ors next winter, and second In /good pleasant visitor in town this week. beautifully Illustrated with half tone the chowlok. Its plumage look like a ville. Visitor Interested In the work IIOINP, known Tommy a Dick young, and,! race

quality to none, as Mr. and !Mrs. Dan- Parson Gove held services In the baptist cuts, allowing the wonderful results brown silk dress with a black velvet were present. from Atlanta Chiuago; will accept challenge fioni anybody. satrshe
forth have had large experience In cater- Church last Sunday to large congre achieved by the McFarland tent during cloak. It Is amusing to see the chewlnk New York, and various point In the In lire viu, d county.
ing to the demands of tile public. There gations.Mr. the past, season. In many parts of the scratch In the nand, like a hen, for her !State.
l is a bright future before us here If we orange: belt during the past winter the tidbits., Her action In no quick It can The new W. C. T. U. paper Tim Floe J. I>. Almond and W. L. Coats are
will only be patient and raise pineap- Allen and family, accompanied by unprotected trees were killed to the, hardly be detected. dit. Tiding. was r pre""lItlJ d l by the having fence built around new ham.mark -

ples. Mr. Thompson and wife, left, Monday, ground or the b"k.Somo/ of the photographic Fish hawks, eagle, cranes and water. editor, Mr. Corr, of Montlcello.' land, where they expect to plant
I for Okloboma : cuts show bv contrast the effects tUI'keYllaro common Might here. Aftera At the cl..se of the convention Miss orange tree noon.

There Is but one Chronic Disease specialist We are glad! to note that J. F. Bell Is of protection. Trees standing side successful dive the IIl\h l hawk utter a Kearney organlznd a "Y" of twen'y-dve Tito people of Ten Mile Creek will
by side In some (groves, notably\ In the he 'bear hi member and several young mllli a* hon.
timorous a prize
of note in Florida-Dr. Vincent, of /gradually on the mend, though still! cry away. celebrate May Day by hawing a grand
Shinier De Land and the member Miss Kearney an
sick. grove ; FUgJer his fear of the eagle but Invite the Utter orary gave picnic the Tell Mile bridge. ;
Jacksonville. Write him for symptom very Everybody
San Mateo pictured those llustrated lecture on "SlarklIn the
blank grove, are to swoop down upon !luau and catch coma and bilng, full basket
Cha M(, Xelson returned, Sunday, having tent' prelection belli)? luxuriousIn the fish droppofl from his talon evening This closed a must plonnnnt
from Hobe Sound where he has been leave. and fruit, while the unprotected The butcher bird I III very' fond of cock. and successful convention. It I I. quite (interesting to Anyone to
Bovine. engaged the oyster business. ones In the some grove exhibit naught ronche and will hover about a man 'tire.I C. 8. U. II", ,.ICV. vhtlt Ten Mile Creek In the spring of the

The Rev. B. F, Brown held Episcopal but dead branches.A clearing away rubbish to get bill bare Stuart, Kla., Aplrll ::40''}, 1UIN). year and see the Urge drove of cattle

services here last Monday evening In of the roaches sure to be found, and lie : and hear the! voice of the cow-boy, all

Mrs. Goo. Houston and children are the Baptist Church. Quite' a number Life nUll cntli .I'lglit. sometimes allow himself to bo baud fed. AFTER LaOKIPPE-WHAT? Usually they' tide along and orack their whip .
visiting In Bovine this week. were in attendance. Hut the bird teat.? the friendship of his We live on Ten Mile Creek
a racking cough and general feeling of ,
Mr. W. A. limes of Manchester la.
friend before yielding to him bin conIIilence. -
Crop are growing very fast, as we writing of his almost miraculous / weak hen. Foley' Honey and Tnr I Is If you should ever want to come-
encnpefrom This method I III more humane
have plenty of rain. Corn Is about Glorious Yew, death, says: "Exposure after mea than the habit of filling: bill larder by guaranteed[ to cure the "grip congh" and l Due went from Fort Pierce",
three feet high. make you strong/ and well. U. 1C. Wilson And on the way to Drum.
D. B. of eles Induced erlon lung trouble which Impaling bird upon the thorns of a tree.;
Come from Dr. Cargile,' A Hon.:! The climate I is like tlultof the mountains
Born April 22nd, to Mr. and Mr.*. J. Waohlta, I. T. lIe write: "Four bottle ended In consumption. I had 1 frequent -A. K. Moore, Merrltt, "'Ia, lu Ifrook- Atid the land I III a* rich a* cream. ,
O. Simmons a bouncing girl. Mother of Electric Bitter ha cured Mrd. Brewer hemorrhages and coughed night and day. lyn Eagle; April? 10, IUI ). Its Jut eighteen Inches to clay,
and child are doing nicely. of scrofula, which bad caused her great All my doctors Bald I must soon die. Pleane mention the ADVOCATE: when Which makes the water both
suffering for Terrible sore would Then I began to use Dr. King's: New Discovery NOTED f.EAI.KU IX 'J'OWS.-Th. writing ad ve tlller.. and clean. pure
Calvin Platt, of Oftceola county, was brake out on year her head and face, and the for consumption, which completely greatest healer of modern time I III Hanger -
in town a few days, bunting a place to I cured I would not be without It
could" but her Halve, for cat, wound, sores, pile
move hi* family to. lie will bring his doctor Is complete and-give her no health help;la excellent.cure even If It cost $.>.00/ a buttle. Hundred, and all nklo disease It I I. guaranteed. The Appetite of u <*out He Foole the .Surgeons.All .
to Brevard county. This show what thousand. have proved have used Lt on my recommendation and B. It. Wilson & Son. I* envied by all poor dyspeptlce whose doctors toM Uenlck Hamilton, of

-that Electric Bitter I III the best blood all laY It never fail to cure throat chest stomach and liver are out of order.. All Wet Jefferson 0., after suffering 18
La girppe coughs often continue for purifier known. It'* the supreme reme- and lung troubles." Regular size 80o: and pr.UMBIXO. STEAM AND OAS FITting such should know that Dr. King1 New month from liectat Fistula he would

month and sometime lead to fatal result dy for eczema, tester salt roeum, ulcer.*, 1.00. Trial bottle free at B..K. Wilson *, boiler, pump*. Iron pipe, wind Life fills, the wonderful stomach and die unless a costly. operation wan performed
*after the patient I la apposed to have boils and running Bores. It stimulates & Son's drug stor mill", tin roofing and metal work. liver remedy, give a iplendld appetite, ;|but he could himself with JIve

passed the danger; point. Foley' Honey liver, kidneys and bowel, expel pole- Competent; workmen; Plumbing/' mate sound digestion and a regular bodily hoxe of Uucklen' Arnica Salve, the I
and Tar afford positive protection and one, help digestion build up the I DEALERS will please note that Florida rial constantly on bund.Oeo. habit that insures perfect health and surest pile cure on earth, and the best
security from these cough B. R. Wil- Btrenirth. Only 60 cent Sold by B. R. Hardware Co., Jacksonville,are selling II. FruAU: >. great energy. Only 2-' e. at If. R. Wilson salve In the world. 2."V: cent a box.
MOD and on. Wilson & Son Druggist Guaranteed. I II kerosene oil beaten. at cost .- Sanford, Fla. i & tton':! drug store. Sold by B. !Wllioo & Son Druggist ;

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rd the tier on
pOTASH gives rotor, Turn the silk down over the edges of Florida East Coast Ry.

the shade at the top and bottom and b

flavor firmness to down the sides' and sew a strong silk TIME TABLE NO. 85. IN EFFECT APRIL. 11, 1800.
covered wire along tbe bottom apd top.

all fruits. No good fruit Add a white silk lining In the someway a"a SOUTH BOUND (Rwd Down.) (Read Upf NORTH IIOUN .

you arranged the silk on tbe out "yly oy nu.ue..d.7te a7S : 'o, Y
side, leaving wide edges to ht m down. ( \ s4 Isdly Dail, STATIONS. Daily Daily
can be raised without Join the shade m ei
round sewing the sides ? ,= ,.!II: "i a.Uep Mllra c;;::::. .. .k"nvtll.. .. ,.p fi h P i is
together and felling tho lining down t4F Co) 613p; k)4fa Ar... .... St. Augustine .......LV e'Alp 945sH H
Potash. the Sew J .. ... r Slip Slue
seam. a full ruclie of silk or 67uplemmasLv. {
66 pit24me: ., ..... B..llqll8. ......... bAlp Pura d.ea
chiffon round the top and lower edge 81\,11014':: Ar'. .... EMo PnI.I.. ....... 626p: P 4w p II (II" 0
Fertilizers containing at least of the shade and down the aide to cover .m ea.11. g i;; Ar.. .. ... .P..lalk..L., Thp 8:1Oa: tet :l 0"-
: the Join. The latter may be further + l16Upllllm. ,... ... Palatka ... .. .. ..Ar II-llip 91un ;O 0 UI
m m ty 7U p.. ... Ar..I'o..M..r.o..L. ... ... fii tdEo4
8 to 10% of Potash will give 0 ..... P Lv...... .. San .......,. 78/11'/ .. .. II at::>> O: lAW
:: Eo4 Tip i 114"" L..JiaM: P'slrtka. ..........Ar 6281: T 4IIa w PO
/ran r4.p II/'l" .. ..........OrmoD...... ...... 4ttlp 716& 0 0 q
o ..'. d reap IUP .......... .Daytonll.......... ,alp '704.tlv.p "
best results all fruits. \Vrite ..
on fIl .. d .........PortOr..lfll.. ........ Blip 66Ia y w
, h W d 8/111': 1461 .......N.w 8"'y1'O.' ........ 821'p' 884a 0 CXIIp
; Eo4 a slip 200" .........../Hill.. ........... 301.Ip 6M pto
for our pamphlets which oughtto "auI' 2.wp "'..........'rltu.vUle.......... II IIlIIOa\ P
I lOA .... ,. Blip .......... ... ...... 16111'.. .. p. -
C1J ...... Slap ...........CityCoro.. .... 147p ...;.. O
hl d H ...... 8t"p ..........Rockledga..... ...... ..
be in every farmer's library. P; 0 ...... 86lp ..........Elluliallill......... 118p ...... i tPi .
...... 4Olp" ...... .. ..:.D4aibnnrne......... 101\1' ?... COr9
JEWELED LAMP BIIADt H ...... .lJIlp ." ...........Ho..land.. .......... 12211p ?... P .III.., 0
They are sent free. embellished with loop of belie ribbon a .- ,1i4 ...... 4t4p .......... l6ebneUIUI......... .. 1222pr12 ...... 0 ....
H ...... IJIIJlp ........ St. Lucle......... I1l111a ...... 0' p
turtle being also vet In tufts at Intervals C1J b ,, .. 64Oy, .........Fort Ploro.......... 11/fJa.: .... CDE
GERMAN KALI WORKS along the edge, finished with 0 ::.... dump ,. ........... 'rlb!>..J... ........... ." )1104a ...... x .t.Q
'Y' 1V1mtYl'( t Eo4 ...... 1100\1 '......... &Ien............ 11001. ..... CD 0
NMHU St., New York. choux of (chiffon each having a jewel C,. ...... e lop .. ............ Jenxan ........... IOMa....... :aS
9] in the center. When' the ruche Is sewed -S d ...... e211p' ....... .tlto..rt.. ......... ". ......
-. Tr -'V cck Sailings o d ..... stop .......: Robe aonnd... .. rnC
on, make all neat by hemming down y .. ..7ttp' ".. West Jupiter........ .. .,.... O780p
Free and the silk lining at top and bottom to a ..".. ".....West Palmbeaoh.y.. ...... a pF
+ .. .... 8021 "....... Boynton .......... 104a... ..... eel p.
Accepted Masons. cover the stitches, and your shade will BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. C1J ...... Blip ".......... Delray..,. ........ ". ...... H w
be complete and extremely effective. ... C1J .. 869p ......Fort Lauderda1..... ... 0
.. ...... 9. p .. .......Lemon.Jltr.; ........ .. ,. .. P
Indian Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) rrI ... lI\Hp\ Ar ....... ....Mieml.. ... ......1.y .."....
The New SprlnB Go..... Kuffett Parlor Cum on Traiim II j andTtt.

.; No. 00Rlvor I For tbe spring season black cheviot The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service Between New Smyrna and Orange; Between Titnrrlll and Sanford
French camel's hair and Junction.
//jfAfc* Titusville, silky English/: City
''l T: surge"' will be In marked furor for utility -- -" _No.U K'> tlTATWNI.:: |No.2 |No.4TSnw No.11 I 8TATJONS. Noll

J.uljo. Floiiila. costumes and with but few of them The Clyde New England; and Southern Lines.I. K.Ap4lllp:;;i liHal:j;; JV: : !\ ,?, TbOj', a lap Ma. LT. .. Tltimvillo.. ..........trTti
Holds ItlIIIII..ttnlf., the.oroudand fourth Frl suits will lung cunts Direct Service Between !II I .. ..Lake Helen.TT'I-; '' ." !' Sflftp 7 Ilia .........Mima.. ...,........L v 1121steen. :
""yof euheemth.n. the Indian. River hotel very cir jackets appear. 4l II.I| .Orange City.. |II 'H6i44! | I| "p 1Io.a/ ....... .....Oi .... ........ .. its*
TltiMvlllii, Ht 1:m ii'nliirk l I'. in., When not In Kton: or bolero Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. 4'ftp 1llllnIA".OrRnJlUC'yJ"t.: '1200; bete 8 Ada\( .. .... ....BnrerprlHO.......... 1111.,;.
...... "
A. A. HtHwurt, Wnmhliirnl/ ManU>r. style, they! will lie tlic Huiallest. trim.11I1'IIt. All traiiiH. lietwecn New t-inyrnn. and Orange BUnAr/ .I.olord.: .. .. HUMBetween

J.B.It.R.Wai WIlMiiii k r,,.Huulor I,ii,n,lor Wanton.Wuriloii. nnttlcHt sort of Jaclceifi. with not (Culling an; Charleston. S. C., both ways) City Junction. diUly except Sunday, All trains between TltUHV-ille ..and Sanforddully

.f'. M. Dlxiin Trtamirar.V. an Inch of miperlliion. material IlI.outI BEMI-WEtKLV, 8A1L1NIJ3 Jaok'ville and Pablo Beach. except annday.These

..I4.A.('arrtitliani Morgan Hocirotary.I Heiilur Dnaonn.IF. I them the backs ending lu little tabs H iithlK>un I A. Ixuiliiy, ,Junior Oeaoon.Skc / / i with a scalloped edge but a very few fortUbound .... .. .. .... .. ...... .. ...... ..._. .. from foot of lloifau struet. JzcksonvllleClyde's N-.m.I' No-I I.. HTATIOA'S.4Aa --' -. No Mi No.--18 depart from boat the maybeezportedto..>T ral station. and arrive porto and,

'&.:s&' /i Is'-w.....1.. 'riches below tile wulut. 1 III I!. Pretty 7 84Ap Up t LT... .Pablo:Jiukwrnville.lOUCalAr Hca.-h.. Ar Lv lloo..j] 4 4 lop
A. Frowhttr, ,Tyler. vests. and decorated revers do their St. Johns River Tnnc.UETWEEK All trains! -bprwcon J..cktlOnvli'iif8iidP 1i1 pany hold Itwilf responsible. l for any delay. or
part toward producing' a dressy" effecton Bnwh dally except Sunday, any ponapqupncon" arising thfrnfrom.
.NOVEL FANCY AV011K. the front. No other outside wrap ,Palatka Sanford, Enterprise: Fin.and Intermediate' landing on the 8t.John'i River. Florida East Coast Steamship Co.
will be worn save a fur neck scarf for .
-- the bent planned costumes are now so SAILiNGS
well fitted with soft flannel
thin chnml. lining that they are CAKT. W. A. SHAW. niAMI-HAVANA LINE .

NEAT AND DEFT FINGERS. quite suUlclent protection even In cold >aTe*JackfionTllle 3:30:: p. m.( 'PtindayiiTuesdays and ThurnilayB. Leave Miami Rnndnya and We Leave San ford 11:00: a. m., Kiiterirlne' 11:10: a. in., MoniluyH._ Wel"e.claya and 'rlday. Arrive Key Went. Mnndayiid Thuritdays. ..................................,........ 6-00: p. m.
di la
weather L'Art Mode
says ---" Leave Kwy W set. Monday and Thurnd y. ............................................... 8110 J()l' m.
Jonreled Bhadve of Inl'lu" Conelruc4Ion Gen'l Passenger and Ticket OffIce 2O4 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.W. Arrive pavans Tuesdays and Krlcluya. .................................................. SHU: a. m.
Kor I.....|>n, Candles and ISIe.- ...."In .r...... feaveHevane'VueedaysandFrldeye.,, ....., ..............................................II :00... m.
trio I.Igbt.-J.a.t How to Make Oh the dnytlmit'i KUIM! fur pluvtlme H. WAKHUKTON T. P. A., f..M.IRON1\IIJSH.Ilt.Ja.: *'.U. Pans.ARt.; Arrtvo Miami Wndimailaya. and "Saturdays" .. ..... .. .... ... ..... .. .... .... ... 6:UP a. m.
An the nluliitlmv'i gout lu.r ,,.m. II State 8C,, New York. I aiH. M enl. Hay ...., JaukiumTlllu. Kla.'
Them Clearly lizplaliird.Ieft But Juflt h'Iw' ...n tlii Iwo lli,..trf cumefTtir O. P. LOVELL, Asat.JI'la.lult.: i JOHN. L. iloWAlU,supurtiiujiKimu. .' MIAMI-KEY WEST LINE, .
JackMinvllle Fla. I I Foot Mogen Mt.,JuokaouvlUe, Fla.
fingers enable their fortunate tlm I Invp thr hraltiTlinn : TIIK!: <*. )KOKM; T. M., B Bowling Oreen, New kom. Leave MIami Monday, Wedamtdaya and Friday!.. ......................................11: m.
Arrive KAY WeNt Tuoiolayt. ThurwlAyv. and Saturday................................ ::90t' m.
possessor to Impart to any of her mother tike tin nirkliicltfttr. WM. V Vl.VIlte dlr.Oeueret.tgentis: | Leave Key Wejl Tuesdays, Thursdays and Haeurtlay.................................... : m.Arrive .
liumllwori! u tlalutlnoHH and freshness Au In her Up I Lhinb, Cli.H>brouith Rulldlnir. 1U state! Ht.. new .'i.r. Delaware ".... Phlladxlphln. Miamf WtMbiuHdHyti. FridayM and aundays ... ...'. ............ .._*............ ... 5'tfO: > m.
An put in> HI HIM, uruund hwr suck .. '.u. .. _.
-Wch carry a special cliuru. Coin- 'CauM. thai'a uur luvln II"",". HIAMI-NA33AU LINE. \ .
blued with taste awl InventvenoHM!
I tell her all my trontilri ocean Steamship Co. For Balling datee enquire of the nearest Florida Feet Ooaul Railway ticket agent or write
they make It enny for her to beautify An all my Mrn>... ,..0. to the yenem! oMre.
!liar BurrounJInRd' and stamp upoii them For ih. never luuah..l' mr or n..,. For espy of lm>el time card call on Ticket Agent,or addresa
the cuvluble and unpurclinsable cachetof Like anm nnvi' muilii'ni' ili. 1. P. BHCfcWITH, Traffic Manager Pt Augustine.Southern. J. D. BAHNEB A. G. F. A.
"Savannah Lino'Fast
Individuality. It U to the deft fln- _
But It I'Te been sand| w.'., hippy| .
gored( that tho scheme of a jeweled An If I've" liwn bud, I'm hound
lump strode will\'prove an easy as It IK To trll hrr ill almiti' It Freight and Luxurious Passenger Route from

delightfully orlKliuil., When our luvln llniv" cotnei round. New York Boston -
Florida to and the East.
The jewels are represented by color. .

ed beads sewed on a transparent Q
Railway.DIRECT .


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>!&.( and all Points East and Wtst.


foundation of white net, and everything PL rt RLLi1.. ..PLLX t 5oa. NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS i
depend on the careful selection

S of them bends for It la not every'kind SHOUT HAIL RIDE TO SAVANNAH. Tho New York and Florida Express,

through which the light will shine
Thunce via Ship nailing from S.iviinnah.' Via Savannah and Charlotte, K. O.
with Jewel effect. \V1ien choosing the
beads they should IH held before the A/. etlmes I get Ihlnkln The New York and Florida Limited,

flame of a lump to judge whether they That nmyb' H'IIT .11. 4 Ships each -week 4 "* Via Savannah ndCh rlotUjr.O.
'. ,
will retain their brightness or not. Thin rulhor grown he.up little bloc rhap an '"11. The United States Fast Mail,

Two distinct colors 'be Via Savannah and Charlotte N. c.
or more may ,
For then I muMn't: atiuvirlr down TO .N"EV" YOrl.B: :..
, used but tho merging of cue Into another The Cincinnati and Florida Limited*
In mnlher'e l limp| like Ihl. ,
should be avoided. The beads Or tell her all limit liothen, me; 2SEXJPS.A.VVJIJEX: : : to; ::J30STON'-2 Via J......

used for the shade Illustrated were of Th...'. lots of thlnira I'd ml. and liotela \ with \ schedules.
All ticket agents are supplied monthly Balling.
a rich ruby Hut. The design of French Through Vestlbuled Trains--Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping Car
.'d have to frO up ataln alone, Write for general Information, nailing schedules stateroom reservations or call on ;
bows was curried out entirely In them, An thlniia world' not ....m right| E. II. IUNTON-, WALTER HAWKINS, Through Coaches--Elegant Dining; Cars.
the fringe being of the amo. lutersperwd II niothrr dliln't hi*.r my/ pr.'.... Tralllo Manager: Oen'l Apt. Tratllo Department

with semlopaquo ruby drops An turk the covera tla""' SIvlLnnahOI\. 2.M W. nay St., Jacksonville, Flail" BETTER TIME AND BETTER SERVICE THAN EVER BEFORE.

and sequins. The materials required I'd mine our happy tvllliiht ulka ... '
------- --- -------- -- ---------
are a piece of very stilt white buck. For then I ruulun't climb ------ ----

rain another of white bniMHels net of Up In her lapt hut mont of all Through Pullman Sleeping Can between Jaok.onTillo' and Cinoln-

medium texture Bouio-tliln white china I'd mlM our lovln.ItnHnnatl time. Enquirer. Florida Central and n.tl.0., Via. A.hoTllle, N. C., and KnoxTille, Thronch

or tKingee silk and a bobe niching of --- ..... 'THE LAND OF THE SKY."
wtilte or colored ribbon.

Having decided on the size. of your Throngh Tralne via Southern Railway are now Operated ta oonneotloa with

stmid, cut It out In the buckram In GRANDMAHAD tho Plant System from Jackson,ill..
Peninsular Railroad.
the circular form shown In the second! :

figure. Trace tho design upon It clear for Bate,Schedule and Information call on or address

ly In pencil and with a sharp penknife
A. GIRARDEAU. T. P. A., or W. T.
out sway the buckram from the Inside Unexcelled service from Florida to all points ili West BUT Street Jacksonville, Fl.

of tho bows. Now cover the shade CONSUMPTIONand RANDALli CLIFTON Oiatriot Panenxer Agent, Sftvannah, Qa.J .

with net. tacking down the latter with North East and West. !I. UP'' W. A. TURK. a H. HARDWICK.

small stitches at the top and bottom Trame Maneg.r Gan ..... At .A.." CIa. P_. Ar".
and all round the edges of the delgu./: I am afraid I have inherited W..hlnlloo. D. 0. Washington D. a .A.I......a.

Take care that the stitches are set closeto it. I do not feel r --;- -,.. -. -. -

the edge, or they will show when well ; I have a cough ; my Two Train dally between Tampa Jacksonville, Savannah and Columbia, carrying MALLORY
the shade U After thin' LINE.
completed. at Columbia With sleepers for
Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping cars, connecting
lungs are sore am losing
cover the outside. with the silk tackingIt ;

down everywhere with largo firm flesh. What shall I do ? Florida, New York,
Baltimore Phila. and New York.Also
Your doctot: says take care of Washington Philadelphia and Boston.
Hold the Hhade up to the light! and ,
yourself and take plain codliveroil 1 From linmawlrk (direct),to New York.
rut away tho silk from the open design ,
but can't take it. Only with Clnrinnattt Sleeper via Ashevllle.
so that the net forms a transparency +ff1
tearing sufllelent' silk for : the strong, healthy person can mSi Tomak0

turnings Turn It down with the point take it, and they can't take it wt) ,. (Vnlnn Mput* 'onnjeMnn)on Thursdays* with via(steamers Cniuberland, leave Route Jacksonville). 8 40! a m.
of It Is rich it the "Dixie 1:10:: fl. *"' Mesh *n w>uteor"all Rail" J-W
the iHfillo and hem It finely to tho I long. so upsets Flyer" pra"l'anVsi! ;
) arrive Jirlln..t ullO. '* on
not all round the bows but do not sewIt I stomach. But you can take arrival at Brunswick gu directly aboard '''.. err" *

to the blll'krftm. as this will not i Through,: bleeping Car r Its between Jacksonville and St. Louis via
hold the stitches at tin edge. Takeout I SCOTT'SEMULSION PROPOSED SAILINGS

the tacklngs:; from the silk which Lake City Macon Auanta Chattanooga and Nashville.Making L...Sew York, Pier 21 E. R.,3:cop. m., (Standard Time.) LT.Brunswlck.FrldagMarIf. .

must for have turning been left down with along a wide tho margin top- It is palatable and easily connections, for ,Kansas City, Chicago and all points In the Northwest. FridayA: : .+rlll ........ ...?.... .. ..,.............. ..... .,"oLORATH'RIO nRA RE............................................,..I'I1'lay..Friday, April'" !I.',.
very Friday, ... ... ...... .. .. .
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awl bottom of the shade.Head .RI41dR.1YCULORADCLDE........... .......... ... .n
I'rt ......
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29 .. .
If will take .ay ... FtF I7'a
the pattern by sewing the digested. you plentyof ............. ............. .. r
tuK" six at a time, round In rows fresh air, and exercise, and Through sleeping car service between Jacksonville and Xew Orleansvia For general Information,iteamen,traIn.,rates, .te.,apply: to .

ease together showing SCOTT'S EMULSION steadily, Junction and Tensacola. I
no spaces Je- River t BASIL GILL, Agent. 220 W.Bay St.Jackaonvlll
tWl"tOlI.tter fastening down the last there is very little doubt about H.H. RAYMOND, General Southern
Full Information on application to any agent otthls company. Agent,Brunswick,Ga.
head In each group of six put the your recovery. C. H.:MALLORY Jt Co..Oenenl
ACTnta.Pier 21. E. River.and
needle again through/: It, so a..* to draw There are bypophosphites in it ; A. O. McDoucll L. A Shipinan 886 Broadway N. Y.
the next clone to It. Sew ,
croup up( a and tone the ,
they give up
large/: jewel In the center of each bow. while the cod-liver The ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing.
Asst. Gen. Pass. ,
Having finished the beading, sew the General Pass. Agt. Agt.
oil feeds and nourishes.
bvbe ruchlug closely all round the tieslgo I
\ "' t. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. (SIT Prices to Snit the Times.
.. bldiiijC the. tltclie _whlchfast<;n- I SCOTT IiBOWNEUwmats l ,>.w Yak




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(j I, =TTZIAN'' ,RIVER- I OT I ; fIJ THE INCINERATION H Ur.Quart ninnn*.iloltl C1.ver ml CU Trick.Mtp.KU With.. PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

! T1TUSVILLE, GREEN "The hue lietTiuiiiin, the magician," ,
ot mm[
II I I *. aid George F".r INDIAN RIVER, Po8tottio. Hank and Cathedral. '
I e klltIulh'! ) well mud until to see a great
1 Rooms ftOcts to $1.00 *1.BO to $0,00 week.
1I I { .= FLORIDA. "Remember," Jasper' Green used to deal I of whenever hi visited' my home. per day; per

! say by way of opening; ; on evening'sconversation Ho was.' U must liuert-btlug man and V. D. SANCHEZ, Manager..

j, ,. \vheu 1 am dead I wish I perfectly woo<1o'I'rlil with his peculiar -.
_, : J. O. BAST Proprietor.The to be cremated. : tricks ",,'ESTAI41: IIKAGII.:
I "In ('Oulll'l'tlol'lth' his ability to
"Hut what do you want us to do with
palm or coui-eal articles no matter
L .A 'tip_ r hotel fronts on the your ashes uncle his nephew Harold I: what might lie their KIJI '. I remember a THE SEMINOLEn: 'r PALM 1JEACH, FLA.
wide sweep of bay((7mi les would inquire "Do you expectus : rather luteiehilug story that used to be ,
A In width), formed by the to keep them In a marble urn In the told about him He was' one night at
,:= Under Now Management. Open the Year Round. Excellence of
Indian m vcr, making It a front parlor I a dinner In uuu of the clubs. here, aud.I I
delightful summer re "My ashes! Jasper' would cry. with the conversation turning naturally ou Cuiqlno a specialty.. Bates *:J.! .">0 to $l.OO: per day ,
fi 5 ''mitt"" sort. Constant cool
,dramatic gesticulation "Scatter them ,
breezes from the soa and pulmlug/ u line art Herrmauu wasasked Mrs S. O. II. RUItNilAM'Mlnager.
to the four winds of heaven! Let them by a fellow diner If he could ,
bay. Flowing sulphurspilngs.
on tpWntl I IU s .,w m I i I' Special summer go to the oust the west, the north and palm quart bottle of champagne. '
I rates. the southVlmt! euro I about my "i'relous to answering the query the SARATOGA: S1MIIMJS., N. Y.
eli7rn. ____.__ _
I M. allhOlIl"!! magician pulled up I ho sleeve of his

1 "( tense don't talk about your ashes coat., e\pimlng his right arm almost to EVERETT
-- -- this elenlnJn8pl'r./ ." his aister' -In-law the elbow, and then taking a bottle of 8.ItATtG81'Hl (] N. Y.

JACKSONVILLE.Merritt's would plead. "It Isn't at all pleasantto chain} pn nutn| his I baud said: 'To palm ,
me to think of you as being tbrown an object urct'8Mfully It must be sultlclentl.v This beautiful\ family hotel will open for tho 10th\) season, under the sumo
tniiiuigcment, on June ht, 1VH)
I to the four winds of heaven small eliher to concealed by
i Now phnr.blng,' with tint latest" improvements, has been put In
I "Hut. Sarah my dear. you know" I the hand Itself or by 1m ml cud wrist tllO entire house, and, It has also been newly painted and, rclmulshed."
Hotel Rathbun OLD'' CAIU.KTOX..... have always' been a traveling man he COUI bl III"I. In the case of n bottle of 'l'hs hotel nccommodiilpH' two hundred<<1 guests (at reasonable rates. ) and has
i New ,was respond. champagne/ that, as you will observe, five hundiod feet of shady pln//.u..
lIe had In fact known the dusty Is Impossible, for the bully of the bottle The location, opposite' Windsor Hotel on South Hrondway, Is one of the best
ways of the commercial: traveler for 20 la x>f too great girth for the wrist to In sorlt'IItRIIII only one block from all tho pilnclpal uprings.. '
Market and Bay; Streets, fronting St. Johns River. American plan. years and bad shown sulllcleut unselfishness conceal, and a portion will project on For terms anti\ other partIcilium" address

Family hotel; steam heat. OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Grill to remain a bachelor. lIe cue' side or the' other or on both sides, 1M.. SUAKK/, Saratoga Springs, N. Y..lUANIIA'l"l'AN .
made his brother's house his home as the ease may be. The only way I Ican
rooms attached Florida trade especially\ catered for. Hates from and acted the role of providence to his think of to dispose of a bottle of

$2,50 to $ I t. per day. Special rates by the week or month............. young nephew. Ills slster-ln-law was champagne Is to do as I now do with ItllAVIT, N. Y.
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glad she! had, married, Into his family thin' one throw It at that waiter over
C. A. MER1[ fl T, Lessee. "Javier," she| once said to hi n. "If tb"I"" ...Itiaolimit tan Itcucli Swept by Ocean IIr.'z./4/ ,..

you would take life more seriously I "Suiting the notion to the word be American
WINDSOR HOTEL. wouldn't lm\e a word of fuult to find apparently hulled the bottle with great, ORIENTAL HOTEL JOS. P. nitKAVKS: Manager.\ Also. Manager
.. with you. You ought to be thinking of force at a waiter standing near the other of Hotel Alcazar: St. Augustine, Fkv.Knroppnn .
marriage and of laying up for old Age end of the tabli The waiter duck

and of attaining some sort of a position eel men rose from their chairs with Manhattan Beach Hotel { Plan.T. .
In the community."' ejaculations and In the confusion. the SKLI.F.CK, Mannger.

"My goodness; Sarah! How can you bottle of champagne) totally and entirely
think of so many terrible things at disappeared. Clever wasn't It?"- Grand CUOl'rl'llt. Fnvorlto Operas| BrlllUnt Flrewoiku, Jolf, Ocean Bathing,

once? Now- you Just content yourself" New- York Tribune.SCORPIONS. Sailing Flulilng! Itoatlnir I Bicycling, etc. Fifty minutes I from New York.
dear sister. The life I live suits' me
my Temperature seldom<< varies fioui 70 degree Just. tho place to spend time
well. I enjoy doing the Arab[ act- AND FIRE.
folding my tent and, silently stealing -- Summer. For lulol'llItlolI.hlluMIl Olllro of tho Company, ll'j' Ilioad'y N*. Y.

away and nil that sort of thing. If I The "'..1.......... Animals Are 1'itrtlen "
choose to think the crematory at Phllixclrlphla lurly M.n.lllt'. to tlrnt.

a more Interesting/ "tit lit Ion An Interesting Question has from

than a t hunter, that Is a 'Wlltt L" of time" to time I been discussed by natu If You Have Not

taste you know." l'aIlMIIII\IIIII.h'slologl"tM. as to whetherthe

It was evident that his amiable sis- scorpion commits suicide by stingIng -
OPPOSITE CITY PARK. OPEN THE YEAR ROUND. ter-ln-Iaw lu her efforts to conventionalize himself with his own venomous
HATES, *2.50 and upward. DODOK A CULLENS. him would have her trouble for dart Utperlnieuts have often been
Found What You Want
her pains. It wan Inevitable perhapsthat mode. \\hlfh consist surrounding:
hearing .lanM-r|. speak with frequency the worplnu with a circle of tire niAial" .

Duval JACKSONVILLE FLA. of (the crematory, at Philadelphia << I ly formed" of small' pieces of burning
Hotel she should forever associate the c.nls I Fur n Home, sit)pposo you take a trip down and look at our

city with that concern She laughed One may then .see the animal agitatehis Fruit IInI;(lIIrtltn Lands, along Iliu,
located. Thoroughly repaired and y'e- about It to her htwbnnil one lily when tall In the air, waving his ibilt to
Opposite postoffloe. Centrally
silo was doing up a faded, ecru dress and tin over his brad In a desperate
conducted ,
novated. furnished throughout. Liberally
Newly '
which she Intended sending to Philadelphia movement and molly fall dead appearing East Coastbottll'I'llItlllockltllt
Rates $2.30:: per day and up. to be dyed brown. to have iti'c-lded that he could
I D. W. SPEHHY Propl'letor.
"Jasper would be sure to address, not enciipo the tin...... and to have Inoculated

this to the crematory," she said as she himself with his own venom. In but still) there Is room If you are
TilE MOST POPULAR, OFJACKSONVILLE'S tied up the bundle.It This 1 Idea U now, however' found to be
was a fortnight after thU that erroneous us It bun been proved that looking this way, drop a line to
:; 11OTKLS. word came most. suddenly( that he was the scorpion I la not affected( ( by his own

dead He who hail lungs; of astonishing venomous Iliild, and the hypothesis of IJAS. E.iNGRAHAM 3rtl! Vl..l'r..flll'nt,
American Plan. 2.00:! to $::1.00 l per day. expansion a choking; good, heart his. suicide cauuot Jio. maintained. Itappears
PLACIDE IE and an ostrlchllkp digestion and who from later observations inado ,
Table unsurpassed Rooms and Beds be t seemed fitted to endure life's vicissitudes upon the death of the Mcorplon under ST. AUaUSTINE. FLA.

In the City. lius moots all trains to the extreme limit of man' the conditions In question, that a more ... .. -.-- -'"
time had gone off with hideous I<< simple explanation Is. to bu found.
tickets streetcars to within one block
Free on promptitude at the attack of some Scorpion( are In fact sensitive to

of Hotel. microscopical benst of (prey, nn un heat and are easily killed by a temperature SYSTEM.

C. OARVIN OILMAINE, Manager. tamed germ from the Jungle of disease. hot exceeding CO degree, centi PLANT
It chanced that Ills brother was at grade. If out concentrate the solar

\ the extreme of the continent; at San rays upon a "scorpion' buck by 1I1l'II11Sof

West Bay and Cedar Streets,' Francisco. As for lilt devoted sister. a lean, oue nmy observe that he tries
WESTMORELAND HOTEL : The Trunk Line from" Florida to nil points NOItTII, EMIT!: SOUTII and WKST.!
Sarah she would of bIll
JACKSONVILLE FLA. in-law Green, have by mennn tall to remove theCIIUMU
Throe through sleeping Cnr Lines to East ,Chailimton! anti Atlantic Const Line.
hastened on the sacred errand of )lIk. of discomfort. I It Is thin movement -
Tliroo through\, sleeping Cur Linos to I Ilia Kii-t via Siivaniiali and Southern Hallway
Ing his remains to Philadelphia. according of defense which has hitherto
Two through .Slueplng Cw: Lines to the Vest via Montgomery and I.. X. It. It.
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open to his fxpresspd desire buta bui>n mistaken for one of sulvlije. and(
)Four through sleeping Car \lines.. t<> .the West via J..snp niiil Southern Knllway.
ed this season, Fine cooking and good table. Hot and_ Cold water seriously sick child kept her at home. In reality the Mc-orjilon" has been killed Ono througli Slvxpliig' .. Car line 'to the \Vent via Monrgomery und M, A. Ohio H. 1C.
All She was forced to give directions by by the heat to which he has been ex- One through Bk-eiltig|, Cat Line to the Wont via Savannah and, Southern Railway,
Elevator Five minutes from wharf or depot. "
Baths etc. any telegraph and to mourn him with deep pQHod.under. such circumstances.Sclent ,- FORMING TIIK GREAT TIIUOUdH OAH LINE.
street cars puns the door. Rooms ,500, 73o;) and $1 a, lay. Rooms and sincerity at home. AUo she awaited HI? AuierUaii.
The New York anti Florida special and The New York and )Florida Limited.!
board $2.00 to $i50 day with something like nervous dread the .loctrla lighted with observation
per v A TralMlnsr School.Meck Solid vestlbulo trains, steam compartinunt,
homecoming of that little box which sped between St. Augustine and
IllullUJI'Iuy running Jnritey
dicing cars CItJ'are
Mis. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. well of
would contain the ashes of the once Stooe always speaks operated pvcr the Plant) Systoin. For Infcnmatlon write,
robust. Jocund eccentric lovable man everybody.
an hour ago a pow'rrlJll'ntity. Wl'ek8-lUerel a force of habit. H. C. Mead den Division Passenger ARent.

New Hotel ROSELAND JACKSONVILLE FLA. "Scatter my ashes to the four windsof Meek*-How no? 198 Went liny St., Astur Block, Jacksonville, Flo,
heaven." he had directed. But Weeks-He's a marble cutter and his B. W. Wrnn VM'Kor' 'frllllle Manager, Savannah H.

Sarah Green was not Inclined to Indulge specialty Is cutting epitaphs on gravestone
Under entire new management. Newly furnished and renovated. .
him to that extent living or -Chicago New/
quiet, aud comfortable. Electric lights; and bells. Croquet, tennis and dead. It would have, seemed Impiousto

bowling alleys. Good fishing and boating.; Special table d'hote dinners her. She determined that the little The niirnirsr have a curious Idea regarding

served every day at (0 I p. m. We supply the table with fresh vegetablesfrom box. when It came, should lie laid coins. They. )prefer those which -

our own garden; fresh eggs: and chickens from our own poultry away with Clirlxtltm ceremonies In the have female beads, oa them believingthat --

yard; good rich cream from our own cows. Pay us n visit. Within cemetery with the dead Green coins with mole heads, on them

two blocks of the Ostrich Farm. New 'phone 317. In course of time It came-the expected are not no lucky and do not makemoney. C

box-and tented over night on a .
table Btfewn with lilies. of the
valley. r
The Eminent 1 6
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Opposite The next morning was taken on a Kidney s 1 i

HOTEL OXFORD, St. James Hotel. thick draped cushion to the cemeteryand and Bladder Specialist. r4r

In the presence of u.any tearful
Convenient to all parts of the city commodious rooms comfortable and friends. dropped Into the receptive and
homelike, and special efforts made to Rive; all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant concealing earth. Then with a sense
stay. Rites very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jack of duty well performed Sarah Ureen

sonville. returned to her ordinary life a life '
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, I'ropr. r lr't m mvswrr.
tinged with a distinct sorrow because
of friend .
-- a good /gone.A
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ST. AUGUSTINE.------------ week Inter a box reached her from

rtillndctpbla. 1d

"There." sh .> mlil. with vexation "Is 1 1w .
HOTEL MAGNOLIA NOW OPEN that brown crape of mine that I bail -

ST. AUGUSTINE, F4A. dyed It's really useless to me, now .
that I bare put on mourning/ for poorJasperr' The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions!' one inmate

JjtlOOO expended on Improvements and new furnishings. last year of who has been in the infirmary for three
) years
seventy yean
Hot and Cold
and $;>.<>OO this sea-ton. Hydraulic ,
8he undid J the and beheld
Water Itatliiton each floor; also J'rlvute liiith added to several a little cubical\ box wrapping neatly labeled: a great sufferer from indigestion, and has been taking Ripans Tab-

suites making and Ibis 1 leutliifT popular.Arrangement house one of the are most among comfortable the Improvements and well,' "Jasper Oreeu. l>l<'d Aug. 10. IS!)'.)." Th DJtcwiTtr of Swsmp-Kogt *t Work IsKIs ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he i Is'

equipped hotels in the South. Write for booklet. The meaning of this hardly reached laboratory. never without them. lie is willing that his name should be used in

PALMER 4 MAcDOWELL l"roprleton.e her bewildered scow. With trembling There Is a disease prevailing In this
bands. she opened the receptacle. Within country most dangerous became so decep a testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other personto

was a handful of delicate aud innocuous live Many sudden death are caused by try them. A second old gentleman in the same i institution,

The e New Algonquin Hotel antes. It-heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure eighty-four years of age, has had liver trouble for many years and
often the result of kidney
She stared long. Then laughter/ seized or apoplexy are
J her like curse.. disease. I If kidney trouble Is allowed to advance finds that R'l'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have tw.

AUGUSTINE, FLA. "I have burled tny oM brown dre..." the kidney-poisoned blood themselves will attack nursed there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer
vital the
m + ,.FRONTING ON THE PLAZA.. said she. organs or kidneys b b.usness.
break down and waste away cell by cell. from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nen*>
Under New and Liberal Management. She was a woman of resource and of Then the rlchneae of the blood-the albumen
Tabules and find them useful that
take the so they
determination. At dead of night she They
Most Centrally Located. Special attention -leak*'out and the sufferer has Brlghl'sDUeaie
/ to Tourist and Commercial travel. and' the sexton rand, the transfer of the worst form of kidney trouble.Dr. always have la package in their pockets. The matron also states
Grand view of Bay and Oceans from Verandas. boxes. And cafe buck home, she madeA Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new discovery
is and at times suffers with indigcs
The leading Hotel. Open the crematory of her own and Incinerated Is the true specific for kidney, bladder that she forty-five years of.age
M year round. Rates 91 to $2.CO per day. the brown dress. In her furnace, and and urinary troubles. It has cured thousands tion, causing pain aad paroxysms of bckfclng, and finds that the

F. C. HAYDEIT, Mapager. while she wept she laughed too and of efforts apparently have!failed.hopeless At cases druggMs, after In fiftycentand all,other Tabules are very good indeed and Is perfectly willing to have her
It seemed to her that there la the still
Last Two Years Manager Ocean View IIoUl. of the dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free name used in a is tlmonlal.wawa. +
beard the
night she

laughter/ of Jasper Green mingled sardonic with by Root mill and, also Its a wonderful book telling cures.about Swamp-Address .-..._---* --.....lo.M v1aW &--tP-......-. n..,-,--..

Job her own hysterical mirth.-Chicago Dr. Khmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. and -..------. -. -::: ::.. --..
Remember the ADVOCATE does Printing. Tribune. mention this paper. -....,---..- .-. .. --- ;. .. --'" -- -

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\ Spring Term of Circuit Court convened Mr.A. K. Wilson foreman of the ADVOCATE .

Anniversary Presents. at the Courthouse, Titusville, on left hero Monday morning, for GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES, of All Kinds"f

Monday with Judge M, i. Jones on the Standard, Fla., where he was mArried to ...La 'VV yOra... ,
tccnP bench. Mates Attorney J. 1). Ueggs, of Miss Maude Stewart, on Wednesday, Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage/ Solicited ]

; (t; W Orlando, was also ,,ln attendance. The Rev. O. J. Kennely, officiating. We tender TITUSVILLE .' FLORIDA. !
inui,uliig session was devoted to him and the bride hearty congratulations WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND
I JEWELERS, ( the Conrt, which was rather organizing a and best winh'es. Mr. and Mrs. ___ ___ee ____ ---- -- -::

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA short ono The cases that came before Wilson arrived In Titusville, yesterday UNITED STATES COURTS.

the court worn not of a nenaatksnal character afternoon, and are domiciled at Mrs. a 1
a largo number of them being Gray's boarding house for the present. Lesley ; Mot1owLI I
; .THE ANHEUSER BOSCH chancery oases.
.. ,. Abstracts of Title .
The following were the canes tried+l :; The. New Road to Itnaklsdge. (Successors to LOSLET, HE )
Reynolds and Hull thetown of West
\ Brewing Asso's.Famous Palm Bunch; action for damages/ for All the available wagons In town have Furnished to lands Ic Brevard and. Code Foreign and Domestic Brands of lines Brandies, Rums, Gins and Whiskies, ,
tearl nle down JL fish house the
Ht. T/nulfl Keg and tai 4 of the plaintiffs, which was claimed property by been employed for several weeks past Counties. Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout -- :

r tied nwr.t the town to be nulmince. The demur. carting palmetto fibre from the Titusvillo ,
rer to the plea was argued and sustained Tannic Acid Factory to the now road A First-class Line of Cigars. '*.. Billiard and Pool Tables
Sold by Mn B. Losloy & Motlow,, along the river bank. This road which
tl ,, TltiiHvllle, f\u.\ In part and overruled in pitrt. An additional will the We have a large; list of Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mAll
, j run through
By Mr. K. .-. MoUow, ( liana, FI .,. plea was permitted to bo filed, from : Delesplne Grant / ordurs. Cash must accompany your order. LObLJSX e& MOTLOW, 'iiiusviue' *Flu]
' t I', Mr, W .J. Tiirkor, f'ocoaontl; I and the case will bo tried next week in Titusvillo to Hardeeville dietance -

I Fort Hlur.,e, Fla.. Miami. Major StClalr-Abrams appearedfor /of about 12 miles-I.* to be covered :IIfcT, ID Sw __ ___ ______ _'e___ ___ -- --- ---- :::
the demurrer, and Ue... 11[. rubbles with palmetto fibre, and shell! will bo
L ; JOSEPH ZAPF contra laid.on top of this. Already nearly twrnltan FIRE
of thin fine river-front road has owned by ourselves and clients. Price INSURANCE. pPSSvV.SK.t
I Kron. Jacksonville vs. J. I).
1 I and been covered with the fibre much to the
McDonald others. Plaintiff sold
Sole Agent. a of for unimproved lands $3.00 to $100.00per ,
delight those who homos and
quantity of fertilizer to n number of GYGLONIJS
I carriages Nothing like good roads. LXGEITN"XN'Gan.d:: : : : : _

{ I 010 to 020[) West Bay Streot, ,truck taking growers notes and,In crop Dade_Menu county an security.on time acre. I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Life

The defendant claimed the fertiliserwas ,, Grow Celery. Insurance Company. Am also Agent for /Surety Bonds of the City
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.
not and In
as represented, consequence WE have a few Residence, Orange l
did not make a crop; while the A.- Robbins of Sanford, has one of For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CHAS. S. SCIIUYLERJ.lEU8Vlll6 .

JOHNSON LAW COMPANY.EDISON' plaintiffs introduced evidence to the "of- the finest looking celery farms In /Sanford Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable r lil*
fuel that the fa'titizerwasallrlght.: The I
celery district lie has five acres In __ __
plaintiffs applied for a receiver for the cultivation. Mr. Robbins refused an of. i locations. Prices Reasonable. -- -
purpose of securing the balance of the for last week
eight thousand dollars\
LALANDE, crop, pending/ the foreclosure mitts. The his crop this. year from the five acres INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.

SAMPSON NO. 2, Judge f appointed a receiver on the filingof The celery and vegetable/ Ia.ndsln the OFFICES: I J TITUSVILLE J:
the necessary bond. (;ell. Anno nr- /Sanfoid ells'riots are attracting widespread { and MIAMI. TITUSVILLE FLA.Is .

t and DRY BAT'1'EHIES geared for the defendant; IInlI./ F. attention. With t artesian wells! prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose.! Special attention
FOR OAS ENGINE IGNITION.' Atkinson. and 11. 11. Uuckumn, or the and drainage: they are proving: to be 'the paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing. is my motto.
pliilntllr.HtHtH most valuable: "d fertile lands In lloiid.i East Coast Meat Market
: of Klorld'i' vs Divld Uohortn. The Florida I/ind and Col. Farm near T. T. WETAIOHE Proprietor.
A trim bill was brouorlit In aifnln. the Sanford
aitracn considerable attention --- ----- --- -
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tmulHiU' 1 t>v the greed Jurv. nt the fall
) "'''01 the car windows. Ten acres aronndorcultivation. G. F. DUREN, Agent.
r term of the Circuit Court, for t'ral\chllnnt. Tho celery Is a lit- ...For Prices On...
ly altering find changing\ the marks on a tlo lute hut
promises to he of best quali
heifer, the property of KM: O. M<>nr n. ty. Conductor L. P. Deenz. : of the K.E. CO y' _
The OHHH was continued l to tho f"lIllrm : C. Railway, says these celery fluids ::Ss. _
of Coin. Hon. J. D. Bngu:! prosecuted are n IIIubt: to behold.Mr. .f ,r-v7 s.re
J and F. J. Webb defended IU b : ,,
> rts. C. I If. Rooks White
City visited i1r
/State of Florida: vs. Jonas Williams the above fields
9'ra ; ''d ([colored),, charged with committing, : an came back with celery a glowing yesterday description antI of -:> b,. T :; I Io ::: Crockery
,tl iiMsaiilt with intent to kill Flank Horn. them. ,
1 ,
: il 1 The jury brought In a verdict' of aggravated : -
assault: ; defendant was sentenced to o Tinware
three months In the county Jail. M. CHURCH NOTICES., _:.: > '
(Goldsmith, A. D. Penney and F. J. Webb ::: <-'1:>>
defended the accused.OUAU yC ]Fpf.ff ::rtJESS: ; and "rCl"JEi..
Sunday, April 20, 11)00.) Tim services ::: ,
e > JUHV' "ItttSBNTMBNT.: In the Presbyterian church, Tltusville TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. WHITE TO
I In the Circuit Court of the beventh Ju- will be UN flIowlISun.layllch)1I1: / at 0:1.: ;

Full line of Electrical Supplies.JOIINSON'LAWCO.. dluUI Clioult of the State of Florida. a. m. l'I't "ohlng at 11 o'clock a. m.:; "
for Druvurd County, at tile' :Spring subject "Practising: the Presence of George :r_4E. :IerI'Oa' : ::ec: & sousr

$ A Bl W. Fornyth.. Juokiioiivllle Fla. Turin,A. ). UKX) ). God." Eveniuu. at 7:30:: o'clock, there Peoples...
Box 212
J -We-- the Grand-- Jurors- or tnn Mare of will be a song/ service, followed by a ser .

1 Fi I rkla, enquiring and l for the body AIOII; subject, 'The Conditions of Vic Old Gibson, ...Tinsnilt11 i TITUS VILLK, FLORIDA.'l .
Imlliiinit next
C county Jiruvaid having examIned floor to Carrtitb- ,<
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Into all matter before! us, or which em' barber shop, *
AND OTHERS, have come to our knowledge, and, having The Jolly l'ath ndera. W..lungtonAv8. TlfUSVJLLE, FLA.
Chas. A. Gardner
completed our labors, beg leave to say: II Tlnsmitbing/ Rooting, Guttering . ,
We congratulate the people of tbe and all kinds of repair work promptly
county upon the fact that the laws are Around Jacksonville the advertising\ attended to. -

respected I by our cliUenx, and that as an mutter being of scattered Rentrow's broadcast Jolly. Pathflndera"Is This coin- ,Work from down the River solicited STOVES DRY GOODS,
evidence of that fact those wee only one
puny comet to Florida bearing the highest ---- UATI'liVOS.
OIIHO which we found for invtwrlgitlon.' THOMPSON'S GLOVE FITTINGAND
We extend our thanks. to Your Honor indorsement, and the residents of the MAINHARD BROS. / RAG CORSETS.
and the ollicers of the Court' fur uniform metropolis and those from the countryare ,
It you want Pi-null .and "Halt, water. Flah" Oveters, promised an eiitertuinmeiH of more BUTTEUICK PATTERNS,
Onwn. Turtle, etc. ico to 14. II. MKI.TON, Whol.... courtesies, nnd kliidnessos, and now ask WALL PAPER
than usual
merit In their\
.Bale. end llotall. .'..h and' II>tnr Conipitny' foot to: be discharged. en aJement. Cleaning and Dyeing
}, ot Ovnuii, tit\gaud City Market Jaokennvtlle, Kin Attteitt: W. F. KujrA.uo", The com puny numbers twenty-two leo- KID GLOVES, ,
thulr SHOES),
pie including challenge band an
--- --- - .Alex. J. Oooile, Foremao.
{ 't'ile Clerk. cliesliu. Specialties of Interesting: and Establishment 12 Newnan St., Clothing TRUNKS, ,
Urewcry4110 high class; nature are presented. l between
The following are the names of the tho no In, and it l Is said the musical pro cleaned, dyed, repaired and pressed. . : Titusville, Fla.Don't .

Went Bay St Jacksonville, Grand Juiy: I'r"lIIl11"aI1' >8 no nm.tll fti"tnreut theirunteitalimii'iiu. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Wm. 1 K. Richards, foicman A. J.
t FINE ; Kor KiUlny night the
$ Jnodt, Hecietury" ; A.Y.. Kent'; ( en. E. pl'eMen'a\l..o w 11I110'I lie highly Biicnewxtul\ "
Wines and 4'IInwbr: ", II.,A. Holmes, J. O. Simmons. comedy dramy "1'ho Lightning Kx- '.I.'hn rrh.'ee' 'V1Iyl+t Forget...

f Liquors Cigars. C. Jt'. Olmstead, l). W. Drnwdy, (>. Hovll, prcHH.". I'u,I'II 11\1' pilcori-10, 20 and :UOconU --
S. A. Il.xie, L. M. White II. Holten[ A. -Mill pcvvailSEEIN'1'Iit I I .
1 .That stock of. .
we a
q Anheuser-Ditsch Extra" Pale on Draught Z. DUon J. Chancuy, C. II. lunch, WHY KILL YOUR MOCKING: BIRD carry
''Ij Fine Cold Lunch Served Daily n. S. llait, .M. It. Daniels and J. E.ioed. :. will stale, food, when, you can Furniture ': 6' V '
i;i The bunt of Service and a plimm.nt quiet / :' ) I sesort JOHN F. MUNCH, Mgr. The Petit Jury wan composed of the 'In common result of indigestion.You Food fresh. every diy at. 2."jo: PIT Hi.; sent ..

ftl' lowing: can't, expect good sleep with a bad anywhere loo( extra to pay freight. I UII I II I Which contains goods which are strictly
k t M. E:. I English: L. K. Mynrs, J. S. stom.ich.. Dr. Loyal Ford's DyHpepticicle Buffer from CHILLS & l \ _
k WHY FEVER useful well articles which both
"JUST as as are
FAR ENOUGH NORTH"BNJOV tlienow. remedy, makes sound stomach
Mathotton, II. M. /Singleton E, It. Hire u when bottle t
can of
k I .. YOUR SUMMK.U' OIJTISd: ( >/ T Joseph Willis John Myers, A.M.Win- that digests perfectly. Thomas' Chill niwi you Fever get Tonic a guaranteed : I useful and ornamental.

_w HOTEL pate, J. T. ItanRptt. C. I). CUHC, J. A. tocure for (Oc. y/r% We have also a beautiful and completeline
+''VICTORY Paine and C. liouknlght.BUILDirfaMATERIAL. PRIMARY of Millinery Dry Goods Notions etc.
j : WHY/ suffer from a splitting HEAD-
> WI'utln'JIUYhlo
Ji ,, ; LAKKBIUKO ACHE when you can get a bottle u r i
John R. Walker
E it,
; : ;t: '111, %p..' Tlio W o r.eI l liner '. mUCK, LIME, primary meeting/ of the voters of of Thomas' Headache Cure that will ,
II I .) S. Larn.et, llllIAt cement, cypress \\t'h.: doors such, precinct No 2, of those entitled to vote cure you In short order for lOc. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.GAY .

I hotel, Cool; delightful'urrn. <>oh""ulll mi : sere wat r, no inoM'|iilti"nai 'MJulf" lioatlsliinfr lip. doscilptlon at very lowest prices. call of the Democratic County Committee Chemist Druggist./ La Villa Pharmacy.
I batlilnir.. ..".. 1I1.t..rll..lI-a. ti...- Q lick shipments. will be held at the Court house, in Jacksonville, Fin
'0\I 21ecroshewn luuntf inl\IIIIIOrnlllB. .nrvteuend{large mmlno bend' mill II .or<'h..strti, OKO. II. FEHNAI.I: Titusville, to day, April 27, said primary

/ All white ....rv..I1.. ... Iliinw*J.AU to #t.tsl("fl.oel per| (dev|1, Sanford Fla. to open at 10 a. m., and remain open A Beautiful and! Valuable Home
910 M) tit,Jfl nor we..k. 'at..... June oontliniouwlv until 4 p. m., for the purr
:JO( to Hap. (. 115. llonntirnl folder/ oto",liy limll.Addrosn pose of eluding/ twelve delegates: to for Sale at Bargain, BROTHERS'GROCERS.
W. rleu'1| Miuuiirnr THAT HAMBURG CASE. rep-
i T.T ii4 Mtmrott MoCreary street, TOLKIH: :: >, Oil::o. went precinct! Xo.-2 In the County Convention .
1 AfMr Jmia lot, I'.. -ID-na',Ohio. I to moet at Titusville\ on May\ 13; At Micco, on Indian river, Fla., con.
---- AD Interesting ones was brought to the also, to elect twelve delegates/ to represent istlng of 10} lIol'ea. 'a" well built, two- .
Supreme Court at Tallahassee, on writ said precinct In the County Conven story house 7 rooms; a two-story store

CANCER CURED at HOME of error from Hrevard and Volusta, counties tion to meet at Cocon on August:! ; wilding/ l.SxIWft.: : handsome front lawn, We make a Special Feature of our
where Simon Hamburg for the and also to elect twelve delegates to shaded by palm trees; a :300 foot dock;
enoH( of tbe Indian River /State )Dank represent. said precinct In the Senatorial 1 2,0 budded orange:; tangerine: and grapefruit Mail Order
))1 NO KNIFE. NO PAIN.Btmtl sued out a writ of error to a judgment Convention to be hereafter called by the trees; 130: ( sour trees, ready to bud00 Department.Knowing .
1 for free Iwok. Adilroiii, rouser against the Indian River /State Senatorial Committee. young nursery stock; artesian well;;
k Cancer Sanitarium. lank, Tlttisvlllo and In favor of the L. 1,200 feet galvanized pipe distributed
how difficult
it Is
In .localities\ GROCERIES
Home to GOOD
HELLEVIEW, FLORIDA, A which L. A O.Insurance Company on a policy Little Drown Jug Water Filters $1.23; over place a few; 1 hundred acre wood Porto shed Rico for pineapples CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance!get of having them tilled
he had ;
the pineapple
pledged to hank.
-- Thore wore ton other cases of like character and, f2.50 Claude Walton agent. plants; railroad station on west promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory.
We carry tbe most complete stock of House in East Florida and have
against ten other Insurance line of this place; tramway running to any Grocery ,
companies YOn BEST RESULTS nitro- river front on the east. This many articles not usually found in other and smaller, \ houses.
BEAR & TAYLOR all decided adversely to the In- use only place to be
llan River State Hank In the Circuit powder sheila. If your dealer does not appreciated must be seen. The verylandsoraest By SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIS>T.

Court The cases were brought to this carry them regularly In stock have him place on the river. The -- -- -- --- -- -
t tt Artesian WellCONTRACTORS court on writs of error, and, on motionof order you a sample lot of the Florida land is of the best hammock. Orange -- - --- -- -

counsel', the writs were dUmUHud. Hardware Co., Jacksonville trees nearly nil In bearing now. E A. WA..DDELLj

p 1 1 In.the. same: mutter, at the same_ time Apply to D. L. GAUI-OKS, Atty., ,
) anti in the same courts, eleven wilts of Titusville Fla.
1 the most peculiar and interestIng Miami City and Dade County
L error were sued out by the Indian River VISIT -
Ear. Gallle, Fla. :State Rank to the same J judgment coiulniacd sight In America Titusville Laundry.Mrs. .

> of by Slmou Ilanibuig. The mo- THE FLORIDA.OSTRICH Real Estate Bureau.
Ion to dismiss these writs of error was Goo Cook, of Titusville is now
For Halo. lenled. No opinion. Goo I'. It.inov prepared to da laundry work of every
i.. Robbins Graham, for the plnlntlft in escriptlon.". All work guaranteed./

1-1 cores choice land: at Oeorgiana, error; A. W. CockieR .& Son/ for the In. Farm Leave your washing" at G. F. Duren'. -A select list ofUjiy -
urancu companies corner store, opposite ADVOCATE office.
f fronting Indian and BIlII01myers, part
I. IGiMOJiyiio: Xrioi>oi'ty;
ly cultivated. 1,100.00; terms to\ eult. JACKSONVILLE ,
Address, (LIVE YOUR DEALER order you one Steamship Tickets.
CoirnTt-A:< RUCKJIAN:< of Avery's hlgh-whoel hand: garden CityLots, Fruit and Vegetable Tracts o* all sizes for Investments. Prosphate and

,. 23: Hogan st., Jacksonville. Fla. Plows from the Florida Hardware. Co., v tr Two steamship tickets for sale; first ORANGE GROVE LANDS on West Coast.
.ttate agent. lass; Brunswick to New York and return -
TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. SV ,tai ; cheap Mallory Line. Apply to Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for
I Colonel Kritrmor. lIe.d. ADAOCATK Office, Titusville, Fin ARMOUR A CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS,
iT'I --- Fertilizers Chicago, lit Chicago Ill
The following aro the times of arrival Col. J. M. Kraomcr died at Phlladelhia ct Avenue D,
over Bank MIAMI
Change in I'reclnct FLORIDA.
i and departure of passenger trains to and > Monday morning, after a lingering! Xo. 1O. _
r : from Titusville,: llness. Colonel Kraemor war engineer
I it, MleT11H00xn, of the DUston Drainage Company and On motion, It i III ordered, aa the voters : R. E. MIMS "
I J 1 Leaves Tltuivtll for Miami end I resided In Jacksonville and Kisslmmooor of precinct No. 17 wish to be joined to a 1. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
f I IiitoriiuxllaM points/) at hlO p.m tlftetn precinct No. 10, tbe boundary of precinct -DEALEK IN-
' f ; Arrive from Jacknouvlll. ""OJI: years. No. 10 will, In the future, be tbe follow-

i I flOBTlinOOSD.T log: To begin at the northwest corner
: .eav. Tltiiivlll* Jiwknonvtlta > a:2n..m If In poor health consult Dr. Vincent, Section/ 30, Township 3U south
; ,: and liiMrmmllat* point* I( ..2.apeu! JlI lohawk building I Jacksonville,-1"11\" .u Range s=
east running east to Atlantic
Tltu lln) for Sauford e 7,10 5.1,1 ocean, a ,,
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t Ar."... Titusvillo Crum Sanford Ii3i.i: thence southeasterly along the shore to .2 CO
\ Fine Lunches.If the> south boundary of Brevard County; _

J:' [Send the ADVOCATE: an order for any need Nearly:Son jf1ltRntio hints standing to 10 feet thence west" to southwest corner of C oo.
I' a good chop, steak
job printing you need.] you or anything hlirtt, weiichlnn: KMI to"_>pounds eaoh. Ostrich Township 37 south, range 40 east thence t;.;:) .
else la the line do
i eating not fall
( ,
n I when in St. Augustine, to go to Orange just batobeiL ship thence east to northeast
ads. on this owes'[ Lunch and Guiles escort visitors through the farm, ex. ; corner of y
page Oyster Rooms
\ I dive Cents per line per week. Cathedral place, near the bridge.cornerof plalnlun Dlumaae.all eco-about. tbe birds their .....habits, ''of same beginning.township thence north to the point


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