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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: May 25, 1900
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00073
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
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LOCAL NEWS Next Monday is Whit-Monday. Assessor J. F. Wooton of Cocoa, was -Mr. L Moroton Murray, representingMarx / MARRIED AT LAGRANGE. AMONG THE HOTELS.

In town a day or so this weok. Bros., Jacksonville, was In town
I -Capt. N. N. Penny, of Nathan, was -
And Topics of General Interest. In town yosteiday. -Mrs. L. C. Oliver, of Miami, Is Platting thIs( morning. Lust night, at Union church LnGinngo, Tho AnvooATK 'Is file aU
at
: now on
:Mrs. K. jj. Wager, of this place. Attorney Goo. M. Robbins loft for Mr. lw R. Chaudoin an,1IINs: Janla
the
bout hotels
YOUR UMBRELLA RE-COVERED In New York city.
Jacksonville, yontoiday' to attend to Johnson, both of LaGrange, were unitedin
and General Gossip In connection while you wait, at JULIUS KLIVK'H, "THE LATEST OUT"-corn beef hashin sumo law business. tho linly bonds. of tnatilmony, Rev. Whore to stop along tho East Coat

Society Mlscayne Bay Lake 'Vorl..ln.lI..n.U"uau" Tltiifvllle, Fla. one pound cans, at Carroll & Goldsmith's W. N. Chamloln olnclatlng. The cluuoli See list of hotels on flit page:
with Titusvillo.\ -Miss Susie Ol.idwln: has returned
,
and Halifax Rivers. Key 'Ve tan.lal1 : -Mrs. Jennie G Hall, a property was crowded to ovoillowlng with filomln
home from Kolllns College!:: whuro she Manager S, H. I'oolt and family: o tHotel
other Important Points along the owner on Indian River, Is now sojourning I -Mr. Maurice Walsh mado a flying has been for several weeks past/ of [ho contracting parties. fiom Titus Plaza, Rookloilgo 1 who have boon
Emit Coast of Florida. Brief mention,of at :Saratoga Springs, N. Y., where trip to( New Smyrna:\ and retuiu, yester villo\ LaGrange( 1 and Minis. spending several week In Chicago, have
Interesting Event from Various Part the ADVOCATE follows. day. SIXTY-NINE[ CENTS, for .*1.H( amt At N:1A" : the couple l'1a1''I1.,111' the to Hotel Mr. Pook1n
Arlington
$1.25 slippers See thorn In window, at aisle and stood under alargewodhing gone ,
of the World) About People You Know -Mis. E. M. Ibrt tone, of Fort Pierce, -Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Peabody andMrs. (Gardner', Titusvillo.tST" bell dining tho ceremony which made summer hotel at t'1'tnskl'YlIoh.: .

and People You Don't Know.Picked who has been enjoying a short visit in [ E. J. Luco, of llbbals. were in thorn husband 1 anti. wife Tho DQssusFloroneo :Mr. (1. littler Snillli, formoily s'towartt
np by Our Society Editor an of Correspondent Mattered along the 0. where she will remain few months. must seo that their Items roach this
of Florida.. a OUR WHITE LAWNS will\ bo sold at a office not later than Carrie Mpndrl, of LaGrtngo, were winters manager of Hotel Key West, At
Kant Coast -Mrs. Chas A. Meirltt, wife of the great ledncliou. JlT.ius KIJNK, Wednt'sdays.Dlr brl
THE ADVOCATE, /genial proprietor of Hotel Uathbun, Titusvillo, Fla. and Mrs J. J. White, of Rock- and Butt Johnson, both of LaGrange" manager, of the Piolllo. house, White

in advance. Jacksonville, has been enjoying, a. visit Rosoland has ledge/ have /gone on a trip to Miami. noted as Kioonm-men. The bride was :Mountains> N. H. Mr. Ed.: Sudlow, of
$1.50 per" annum, *. with Mis. Frank Sams, at the Ocean -Mr. E. A. Morgan, of the Tbey may go us far as Nassau 01'0 ruturnMr. dressed In white biooadod satin and South. Jacksonville, U. now mauairinir{
$1.00 six months, been in town a few days this week,
View hotel, New Smyrna, this week. Ing. veil, while tho gloom woe tho conventional Hotel 1:01VOllt.: .
$2.00 per an. to( foreign countries. guest of his brother, Mr Fred A. Mor black.
-Mr. Jas. F. Mitchell, of Indianola, gan. F. M. Hudson 1 :, of Pino Bluff, The church was buautlfully docoiatod On West llay, street, Jacksonville, Is)
northbound Ark., who has been visiting lolatlvex found ono of the coy.lost and l bust conducted
was among yesterday's -
passengers and
Reading notice ads. are ten cents -Mr. John R. Wa1k.Inform... us that Sebastian made to town with evergreens, riwi artificial little hotel In the Stare of Floilda.
j:r en route to Jacksonville whore at a flying trip wlllt "Chaudoln" and the date
he will make noticeable and
some
line on this page.! appreciated on Wednesday. Ilower"l It Is. called the Westmoreland, an.ll.l run
per he will bo connected with the office of left of tho altar., and "Johnson"'
Improvements In his ico-cream
_Yesterday was Ascension Day, of the I. K. & L. W. P. G. Association.A parlors this summer ORGANDIKS[ LAWNS and Dimities, of nnd the data on tho light, In largo, blightlotteis. no by comment Mrs. A, J., ns Walker.slio Ix noted This for lady, olonnll-need.

Holy Thurday. FULL LINE of SlIIUT WAISTS 350: the very latest patterns, can bo found .
; -The attention? of our readers through tended ness; keeping' u good 1 table and strict
-Mr. T.,P. Thompson, of White City, to select from; latest styles and most out the State Is called to the new ad. of at Jwuus KLINK'a'rttuavthle Fla. to After the happy congratulations ootiplo ovorouo wero ropaliod to attention to( her guests. That Is the secret

is upending the summer at Eagle Point, i. fashionable colors, at the Southern Fruit Co., of Jacksonville\ : tho coo >or shop, whore, n bountiful supply of her success, .and the house being
)
Oregon. Julius KLINE'S:! !: on our 5th page. Read it. -Messrs. Arthur Brown and Ernest of loe cream and cake awaited them. so well pationlzod.
Tltusville Fla.Miss .
-Mr. C. H. Nauman, of the Ilaulovor, -Senator James P. Tallaferro, of the Vanlandingham spent part of Saturdayand The (groom Is stoutly, finorgollo young Mr. Myron L. Howard, the genial man
paid a visit to New Smyrna on Monday -\( Ruth Johnson, a very charmIng United States Senate, Washington, H. Sunday at Indianola, 'llioy report man with about of friondsin and around 1 ager of the Windsor. Hotel, Jacksonville

and returned to Tltusvllle next day., young lady of Kedlmnk, N. J., who I C., has our thanks for a copy yf the very enjoyable time. LaGrange; and. tho bride. Is one of La. nays the house Ik doing romaikably weltfor

and JAVA blended has been a guest of Hotel Rathbun, 'Official Congressional Directory." -Mr. Frank M. Jolly has resumed the Grange' most popular younU; ladles. and this. tlmo of the year. A great many
TRY OUR MOCIIA Jacksonville, all the winter, says she position of Division Passenger/( Agent of Is the daughter of ono of the oldest sot of the guests the closing of the East
coifee at 25 cents per pound Tltusvllle.Mr. can. thoroughly enjoys the Rathbun, Its BIO REDUCTION IN PRICE of our fine the Plant System, at Jacksonville\ run." tleisof LaGiange; and liar friends. are Const hotels. who did not wish to return

CARROLL & GOUWMITU, pleasant guests and general surround- Imported ginghams, atJULIUS H. C. McFadden, resigned numbered by the spore. TboAnvoOAiK homo so eaily, went to tho Windsor, and

and Mrs., E. P. Porcher of Co- Ings. LINK's, joins them In wishing the couple a long all speak well of It, People coming .
and Mis. D. Tltusville, Fla. -Mr. W II. Peters, who has boon life bliss and
Mr. of connubial piosporlty south business to
enjoyed a visit to on I\rOl\lwaYIi writing
con, -;Mr. Ellis Vannah, of New Hampshire -
first of the of Fort Bassen- enjoying the past six months orate' at bill and Mrs.. Chniulolu' will I Immediately
Blodgett, at Daytona, the and Mrs. W. )'. Webster, of Jacksonville --Mlss Emma Morgan, winter home in. Daytona, has returned to Mr. secure room In advance.
and her two bright young nephews, begin/( housekeeping' at Mr. Chaudoln'
,
ger
week.
have been of Mr and
guests Y The Dnval Hotel Jacksonville under
N.
Alderman of his residence in Brookly, residence at ,
Masters Dozier and Larne LnGrange.
*
-We send one paper free to all our Mrs. T. T. Wetmore, at this place since the able management! of"Mr. Ik' W,. //I1.et':
Fort Pierce arrived in town last night.At has boon attendIng
George Sooble, who ---"
advertisers. When the ad. Is discontinued Tuesday. They expect to return home ry, assisted by his gentlemanly ollloe\
the ADVOCATE is also( discon- wards to-morrow. We acknowledge a tbe Duval County Democratic Rollins College, Winter Park, the MARRIED, staff, aoool'lli nit to( the register, III keeping
tinued. pleasant call from Mr. Vannah, who was Convention recently hold In Jacksonville past term, returned home yesterday, to pretty full of guests. This hotel I is very
accompanied by Mr. Wetraoie.Mrs. Archibald spend the summer vacation. situated. It Is
Mr. B.
Henry formerlyof popnlitr,1,01ng' "as facing
STYLISH Smith daughter
IF YOU WANT SOMETHING B. B. Tatum wife of the editorof Titusvillo, was nominated a delegateto WINDOW SHADE-, plain or figured, Miss Anne Ilaynos only the postoflltio[ and public buildings, which
In the of a suit of 'clothes, just of Hlr Wm. Iaynolllllnlth:: K. O. M. (I.
way the /State Convention. with Insertion large stock make It convenient for those transacting
fringe or ; very
the Miami Metropolis passed thl'outhTI and late
KLINE'S \ Commissioner of
call at JULIUS :! High Cyprus
business tlieio. It I I. also In close
TltuBvllle, Fla. Saturday last, en route to The Hon. Fred S. Morse. of Miami, to select from, at JULIUS LINK'S, Governor of the BnhitmaM, wan recently
DeLand, to attend the commencement was among the southbound passengerson Titusvillo, Fla. married", at Constantinople, to LleutcnantCommandor proximity to all pints of tho city,
thIs
-Miss Blanche Bouknight, of with exercises of the John B. /Stetson University Wednesday's train. He hud 1 been attending Attorney F. J. Webb, has moved MHlnw :: Vllllors, of 11. 1tI.[ Manager Chas A. Moriltt, of Merrltt'

place, spent a couple of dajs or so where Mr*. Tatum's sister has been the Second District Congresslon. ofllce from the Gauldon! cottage, Salamander.Gov. Rathbun Hotel, Jacksonville, I I. now

her sister, Mrs. J. A. Paine, at Cocoa, a student the past session. Mrs. Tatum al Convention, at Gainesville. Washington avenue, to the Wesson. cottage Smith antI Miss Smith were royally giving the hotel hi* personal attention

the first of the week. returned home Wednesday night. -Claude Walton, who has been' a at the rear of the ADVOCATE office. entertained at Miami, Pnlni Beach, and I III running It on the American anti

M. S. Jones, of this place, Ormond and St. Augustine Mr. Henry European plans. Tbe house I I. one of
-Judge -John Brown, the owner of the noted student at Stetson: University, DeLand Mr. L. O. Moore, of Rosoland, who
left Saturday last, for his orange groveat Scotia Farm at Hypoluxo, the best equipped during the past eight: months, flnilihedbil hiss-been In town a few days, attending M.: Flaglor before they loft for nYfrua. the coolest In the city, all It gets the
Klondike, where he is having a house finest and most profitable farm on term Wednesday, and joined his law matters loft for home They merle a host of friend, l breezes from the /St.: John River The
to same yesterday
home In a the East Coast of Florida, and we join dining room I III large and and the
built. He expects to return the Lake was In town Tuesday, for the parents in Jacksonville the sumo night. on board his launch Erclldoune.Mr. airy,
few daYI.SCOTCII. first time in nearly two months lIe reports In wishing tho bride n long life of connubial table cannot bo surpassed. You can dine

his crop (In fine condition and that -Father O'Bnyle, who him been superIntending and Mrs. D. A. Blodgett, of bliss. and prosperity.Along treble d'hote or ..I<. carte. The Rathbun
LAWNS, of very fine quality; be is making dally shipments of the the building of a> church at Daytona closed their winter residence, ----- ._. has every convenience, with new and

beautiful line of patterns regular next price will finest kind, and getting good retains for New Smyrna and another at Daytona, Wudnesday, and loft for Grand Rapids, the East coast of Kl.irl.la.. cigar stands, billiard tables, cafe, eta
loots per yard. On Monday the same.-Tiopical Sun. returned to his home in Titusvillo on Mich., and other places, to upend the --- Special summer rates are being made by
sell at bets per yard. Wednesday, and his numerous friends summer. &I r. Meultt.
JULIUS KLINE, -Commodore II. B. Maoeand Mr. B. have been giving him a hearty greeting. One of the most energetic:( and. popular
'lUusvllle, Fla. T. Bell have returned to their home inWllllamsbildge He expects to return to; Daytona next Klngnn Hodgson. of Eau iallle, and men In thu South is Mr. J. Ingrnham, The Hotel Imperial, Hendorsonvllle,
N. Y. The Comma week. Marvin Pope, of West Palm Renoh, who the third vlro-presldent of the Florida N. C., will open\ for the summer season
-Senator Henry Glalllard, of St. Augustine dore's house-boat Edna Is In charge of have boon attending the Stetson, University Kant: Coast. Hallway lie I III eager to Interest next Friday, June 1st. It I I. practically
who had been on a trip as fares, the Rev. J. A. Hughes, and is anchored -The Miss?* Aline and Daisy Brady, Da Land, passed through hero, capital the development) of the a new hotel, built on the site of the old
Jupiter, passed through here, Tuesday, who have been attending the John II. (Globe hotel. It ban. 1.10) beautifully
III the river near his residence. We hopeto Wednesday] en route borne. East Coast, and the results of the past rooms,
lIe had been south on Stetson University DeLand 1 returned
en route home. .
furnished and Is fitted with bathroom
business connected, with the F. C. L. C. nee Messrs. Mace and Bell-with Mrs. home Wednesday, much to the pleasure -We regret to announce the death of season have boon *o surprisingly goodIt ,
electric and bull
and Miss A. M. I I. that large *, tights eto.; as)
& T. Co. Mace, Mr. Ed. Mace of their many friend. Miss Nellie Mrs. Edward Stlllmf, mother of Messrs, practically proven very
Munseydown here early next season. profit can be made If capital can be well as having cozy reading, writing and
F\\ who Brown( of Hawthorne, Fla., accompanied Edward billing of East MclCeesport, Pa. ; other rooms. It I I. said to bo a model
-Mr. and Mrs. :?red Taylor, properly placed 1 with the low of bringIng -
have been spending several mouths at -PresIdent W. II. McFarlaud, of the them home. and will spend a few weeksIn and Wm. Htillng, of Cocoa, }<'Ia.Irl.\ the resources of thuds county more hotel, and I III under tho management ttt
Co. of this town. Selling died at her home In Detroit,
McFarland Fruit Protection Mrs. P. If. Love former well-known
Itockledge, left for their their home in widely to the notice of InventorsFrultntan's i
Pierson, Mich, on Friday afternoon last. place, joined President Win. M. Brown, -Capt. Benj. Hogg, of Fort Pierce, Mich., last week. Guide. teslilent of Jacksonville, Fla. The attention

They stopped oft here a day, en route of the Hank of Bay Biscayne, at Hotel has been In town all the work, attendingto -Mr. James Carnell anti family< of of our reader, north and south,
north. Grand, New York, the first of the week. the overhauling. of his schooner, E. C, Ormond, passed through here, yestHrdiiy, IN drawn to the above fine hotel lu the \
They are both men of considerable energy L., which bas been on Nelson's ways.The on their way to fiats Island l, Lake Woith, Rule at Canaveral Club Ntnnmer. mountains of N rtli Carolina.

-Rev. W. N. Chaudoin, who had been /( and executive ability, and we hope to Captain, who gave us a pleasant call to upend a few week with Mr. allot Mrs. .
View hotel Pablo l Beach
attending the commencement exercises hear good reports of their doings New yesterday, say his son, Alex, will pay a N. W. Pitts. Sir. Carnal! I I. the well- On Saturday last the sfnnmrr Cnnav. Is The Ocean ,
at the Stetson University, DeLand, returned York on their return to Titusville. We visit to England this summer. lie will known guava j jelly manufacturer oral, which (111\11 been on Nelson' bout- now open under the management of
to Titusville Wednesday, accompanied have heard that Mr. Brown has formed a also probably visit the Paris Exposition ( ways, Tltutvllle, for soveiul months past, Capt. A. M. Buck, assisted by his court.e.nUl
by Rev. E. N. Bell, who( has company with a capital of $:HXiKl. -Mr. K. I'. Poicher, general agent of wa sold to Mr. MkM. Ramsey of Lotus, and energetic wife; with Mr. A. M.
been attending! the above college. Success to him. -?[r. II. D. Bounetheau, who has the Indian River and I.akeVortb Pineapple by the member of Canaveral Club, Buck Jr., In charge of the ollloe. This
been keeping bachelor's ball,In Jackson Growers' Association, of Cocoa, bin has already gotten up an excellent
Mr. 1\[. Robbins of the law
I Geo.
-Kev.; J. N. Mulford and wife of -Mr. II. Julius Smith, ex-mayor of ville, for over a year, any be baa nearly passed through here, yesterday, en routeto and through real estate firm of !Kobblns, & (Ira.hatn'I'it.tsvllle reputation for running a good, clean and
Lake Worth( were passengers on Tues- Pompton Lakes, N. J", has been enjoyinga had enough of It, and looking forwardto Jacksonville for a couple or months and Miami. The Canaveral up.to-dato Boo-slde. "hotel. Capt. Beck
northern home In Troy. They are regular ledce. lIe arrived last Friday afternoon, son from the picturesque" city of Brussels will be used a* a mail and passenger' that since the Florida. Bust Coast Railway-

winter visitors to Lake Worth, which was one of the hottest days of Belgium/( where hi* son I I. In college. Gen. F. Mile, general manager boat, on Indian and Banana Rivers.Klllel Co. btu taken hold of Pablo and equipped

where they have a host of friends.Mr. this year. Still :Mr. Smith said It was Mr. Bouneihean I I. keeping her and treasurer. of the McFarland Fruit tbe'railroad with their finely appointed

no hotter than he left it In New York sun company In Brussels Protection Co., of Tltusvllle, arrived In .Cat. palace oar and fast trains, lie
L. P. Deesz, one of the most \ and returned tu his homeIn awed
Mr. Smith left for town Monday has
On Monday had demand for
quite A room from
popular conductors on the F. E. C. Railway city. Miss -Friend* of Mr. and! Mrs. Steve H. St. Augustine:( the next day. lie wa.accompRltle .
who expected to leave here next DeLand to escort his daughter,Lakes )Melton of Jacksonville wilt be very <1 by Mr. Geo. W. borne at Pompfon ,
her
keep his house full of ill
week for his home in Fulton, N. Y., will Elsie, to the John sorry to read that Mrs. Mellon I.I DO bet. acknowledge a pleasant call. awakened yesterday morning by the cry pretty guest
of N. J. She has' been attending of wild-oat and taking hi. tho summer, a* there I II no better soa-sUIe
hastily/ :
be a gun
not able to go north for a couple ter. Mr. and Mrs. Melton are well and ,
months, owing to the rush of business B. Stetson University.Dr. favorably known, not only up and down -Miss Florence Vanlandingham/ who and flog; he trailed for some time, and resort In the United State: C

on the above road. Robert C. Eve, one of the popular the East Coast of Florida, but all over has been attending the Florida State finally killed It near Mr. R. C. ttcrlm-

young soldier residents of Key West the State, and we* feel cure that their Agricultural: College, Lake City, returned geuur' orange grove, about mile south-
-Mrs. J. M. Palneand daughter, Miss Barracks, was In Titusvllle a short while many friends will ball with delight, home yesterday, much to the pleasure went of town. The oat, which I I. the A TRIP TO COCOA. 1
Cordelia Paine, winter residents of friend of her friends. Her cousin, Grant lia killed .
on Monday. He accompanied a when we can announce her convalescence many second one Mr. lately,
Cocoa, after enjoying a visit of several north as far as this place and then started Mlsa Lllah Watts, of Lake City, accompanied weighed about 31: pound The Indian River Chowder Club had avery
weeks! at Lithia. Springs Ga., and other -Dr. Gon. II. Altree, a former popular will .
homewards. The Doctor Is a hail- her home and spend some -- ----- enjoyable trip to Cocoa on last Hat.imlay. : .
pl.ires, have left for Carlton and Minneapolis fellow-well-met, and we have no doubt resident of Tltusvllle" but now of Tampaand time here. May 10th. The party wo In
Minn. They are always welcome Port Tampa City, ha been spendinga CHURCH NOTICES.
be has host of friends In tbe Island charge of President Frank Deppe, who
a -Mrs. Fred *>. William, wife of a
visitors 4n Jacksonville this week
to Cocoa and Rockledge.Miss few days ,
City. He speaks In hlali terms of tbe former popular resident of Titusvllle and deserve great credit In conducting ucli.

E. Nellie Dock, the bright and hospitality of the Key Wester, and say visiting hi. numerous, friend medical and duties.attending West Palm Bench, arrived In town from Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold The object of the trip wa to Initiate

l-polar, associate-editor of tile Miami they are hard to beat when it comes to Dr. Altree to I II Home considered special ono of the roost Jacksonville, yesterday, accompanied by divine service at Jupiter Friday" at ID a. two new members, which was done to

Metropolis, was a pleasant caller at this entertaining.The talented doctors of the West Coast of her sister, Miss Florence Hoblnson. m. and 7M-1 p. m.; Edun, Sunday at 10.-IIO:: / the Dame' taste. A select committee

'itHcu on Saturday last She was on her yawl-rigged yacht Orlen In (t'lorld.May'. his shadow never They will leave to-day for tbe home of a. m.; Waveland-Jenson at 1:15: p. m., at Cocoa met the party and escor!
grow
tv home from Tampa, where she went command- of Capt. John Gardner, hoistedsail less. their parents, Mr. and \Mrs. C. A. Robinson and I Fort l 11ercer Monday at 7:13: p. m. test them, to the reception room, whore.
grand lunch awaited them. The table
dispose of her residence and other of Eden:' Mix Florence ha been !
,
anchor at Daytona,
Ml"ni [1- and weighed; -Writing the ADVOCATR from Eden, / was! gaily decorated with culmbarhttr
: Miss Beck who left for ,
\ Winter Park fQl'theplllt
iperty. with jolly a at Hoi 11 nil College, ,
weeks "*
about five ago, To Plueiipplo Grower*.
on the afternoon train, was formerlyof this week, a prominent pineapple grower months or so. which wo not only ornamental, bat
1 shipboard eight
stepped on ,
the staff of the Tampa Times. stag party as ever Bays: "I willingly subscribe to your pink useful.
for a cruise down the celebrated Indian paper another year, for It li neat, clean, -Mr. Basil! UHI the Jacksonville I have. In stock pineapple and A grand ilcitn nah chowder was
Prof. John :M. LnHin, of New York, River, going as far, south as Jupiter. newsy, and a credit to the whole East gent of the Mallory Steamship Line, nails, also I a few. thousand crates.wrap Will the event next day. This wa done by
i spending seven months' hunting, The party comprised Wm. 11. Gregg, Const. It ha been the means of bring./( joined Mr. H. H. lUymond, tile general stock during neaxon. Chef Pepe, who received muck praise for
nand on the East Coast, owner St. Louis; John Gardner, G. A. ettler beautiful of tbe above carry
cruising log many to our pineapple Southern agent company U. F. I'AI""o=" his exuellent gastric judgment.
,- f fur home on Tuesday. Mr. Lallln/ Pacettl, Fred }Fisher d Wm.A. Walker, section from wblcb. we will ship on StimlAf nlflht'lVe"t Coast halo; and Eau:< iallle,,Fla.' The event cloned wllli a grand cake

loath to leave Tltusvllle, but busl- the artist, an honored guest. On their "n immense crop of pineapple the curry after paying Tampa and Port Tampa' afiling and Ice cream walk, which wa won by
!news called him back to New York, return they cast anchor at Ponce Park I log ..e..oo.MIIIII ." visit returned the neat day, after President Deppe and Miss Agnes Mug

pre he will probably remain until next for a while, and report having captureda Mamie Jamb, daughter of accomplishing their object. These gentlemen lie ICI.I (>r Your UN. wump, they having scored 60.Teachers' .
"1 Her. rie arrives ia'rltuate great many of the finny tribe. Their two of the ,
generally Captain W.' J. Jarvl., paused through) are, without exception,
in November, and remains until trip from Daytona to Jupiter\ and return Tltusvllle, Monday, In' route from Key greatest hustlers after businessthat represent Prof. J. D. MscDonnell, of Little ICIvr -
ate in May. was a very enjoyable o I. West to St. Augustine, where she ex. any will treat anyone of any disease,
pected to be the guest of DI I r. and Mrs. without knife, surgeon/( or medicine, for -
Pineapple Plants Wanted: Live Animal Robert Kettle fur a short while. FromSt. Tax: Notice. five dollar a month by the Wottmer : Co. Mu...... 1>...... IMS.C'OUHTBMAT .l>

Augustine--where she has a host of treatment. Prof. MacDonnell I I5 II graduate : FLA. \

BIrd. especially sand hill crane,, friends-Mis* Jarvis will !go to Macon The city tax buck will clone June 1, of the Weltmer College of ,Nevada: The State Uniform Examination for
-'or sale-Red Spanish, Porto Rico, And bears, and panther Good Ga, to visit her married slater.' An ItO), and all property upon which-! taxes Mo., and hats now a hundred patient Teacher. will be held In Tltusvllle, beginning .
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raooth Cayenne, Abakka and Egyptian wild cats paid for good specimens.Address ADVOCATE reporter noted that a friend are not paid by that time will be advertised along the East Coast. Under this treat on Tuesday, the 5th day of .'one,
liii, en. Write for prices, stating kinds prices RoRIUIT E. UAHTCB. accompanied this young lady a* far a* and cold. ment Prof. MacDonnell will treat and and to continue three day If neresoary.Jotix .

and quantities wanted.C.. ,Manager Palm fteacb! Zoo, Titusvllle. and,then started back to.Key }(. S. Jot rut "''Ro, absolutely guarantee to cure any disease If. HAM,
T. MtCABTT.Ankona Palm : Beach Fla. West. City Tax Collector.. wuh'which humanity still cted. Ilmat Co. Supt. Pub. Iu.t .
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SENATORIAL CONVENTION n.... tl>. Develt.. The Gem Barber Shop. SUMMER FORAGE CROPS:

"I hate herl"Winifred's
Artistic Hair Cutting, Shaving Shampooing -
At a regular meeting the SenatorialDemocratic [ lustrous eyes flashed an etc.. Porcelain Bath Tubs vit
SOOD LQ Committee of the lath Sena grily. Electrical Baths attached. EverythIng Beggar Weed Cleaned Seed 35o: lb., postpaid. 23o lb., If not prepaid.

torlal District of Florida, held pursuantto "Why. we thought she was such an up-to-date. O. P. HDHTINOTON, Prop. Millet, Pearl or Cattail 25o lb., postpaid : 150 If not prepaid, Express.
notice, at West Palm Beach, on the old friend of yours" we ventured. 3:13: West Bay St., JacksonvilleIf lOo If not prepaid Express.
Millett German 20c quart, prepaid: quart
28th!: day of April, 11100\ at which a quo. She Is.. exclaimed Winifred with ,
of said Committee the Kaffir and Broom Corn 2o() prepaid; lOc if not prepaid Express.
rum was present vehemence, "but she! doexn't show her you want good results. you will Corn Sorghum
following proceedings! were had: 20o mall 100 qt .1. O bu. ;Express.Cow .
age. the deceitful, hypocritical OlIn:'!: r" find the AnvoCATE an' excellent advertising Rice, White Upland and Golden qt ,
o'p On motion it was ordered that a 8em $1.00 bushel.L.
medium. bu. WMppoowills .
Peas and Unknown $1.50
Of when henceforthshe Clays
course they met ,
tonal Convention in and for the llth:

'ALL WHOADVERTISE /Senatorial District of Florida, be held at would speak to her and kiss her, :Notice of Sale of Stock. CAMERON. Seedsman,

Fort Pierce, in Brevard county Florid. but that was all.-Detroit Journal

G at 2 o'clock p. m., on Wednesday, the 8th 126 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

I day of August next for the purpose ot -We want to d the attention of UNDER AND to BY VIRTUE made liy, OF William A POWER K. H.
me
I'll' 1 iN THE nominating a democratic candidate for our ,numorous readers along the East 01..10.1>rl.8Y will offer/ for tale. to the highest '- -- ...
/Senator of said district and for the transaction I and bent bidder for cash. upon the I EA JOHN :MARX.
1 hIDIAN RIVE ll of such other business as may Coast, and throughout the state a in /general FIRST MONDAY IN JUNE A. D., 1900

l come before the convention.On to the advts. of the live and soar during the legal tame" of Dale. in front of the

motion It was further ordered that getlo business men who are bIddIng for shares Court douse 01 the door capital{ at Tttu shuck ville of ,the Florida Knot Coast three 1VJA.. L7ltili: JE3 S.9

the vote cast in the various precIncts a share of your patronage In the columns Realty Company, of. the par value of *IOO each
throughout the district for the Democratic and will execute to the |"ufl.h..r. an assign- Wholesale Dealers In
candidate for Congress In the last of the ADVOCATE. If you are In need mont of certificate number for Maid Htork.

general; election, be made the basis of of any particular line of goods, the pink power At the of mime attorney time from and place Oeo (by r.
representation In said convention, and paper will tell :you; the best place to buy olfer' for Hale to the highest and bent bidder for ,
A PLEASING CROP j that each precinct be entitled to one delegate cash. 15 shares of the capital Block of the nam
r" them. Read the ads of the par value/ of hog each, and will
for each ten votes, or a fraction exeuute company an aimlirnment of certificate number 28, 131 and 133 East Hay Street and 6 andSNewnanStreet."

."". Knormoonlj' r.odneel"., over five so cast at the lost general election fur Maid stock to the iiurcbiuinr
Km.? to Grow aDd Profitable. and that all new precincts be entitled -If you are in search of bargains H. A..CURTISS. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
read the ADVOCATE columns RonntNM & GRAHAM,Attorney
to one vote, and that on said basi !carefully
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Las Cassava long ago culture passed In the I bo experimental gulf! states the various precincts In said districts be UnaylaRemember ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY

entitled to delegates all follows:
Notice. that the INDIAN RIVER ,
mtagc nod cassava may now be reckoned LaGrange ::12 votes. 3 delegates
ADVOCATE does all kinds of job printingat
as a staple crop of Florida' la particular. 'rltuIIVllle, 110" 1:1: short notice. Send them an order Potatoes and Cow Peas
We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating ;
THff
CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
/ AM It ID. easy/ to grow, extremely City PoInt 22" 2 IN lirovard County, Florida. FOR and be convinced that It in the place to guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay Grain and Feed. We want
productive and In becoming a cash Rockledge 65" 5 I II In Chancery. have done.Master's and will be
job printing your Oranges and. Vegetables. Give us a trial you pleased.
crop through/; the erection of factoriesto Eau Gallie 20" 3:I C. A. Robinson 1
convert It Into starch It appeals to :Melbourne )4" 1 II -VS-- MARX BROTHERS Jacksonville Fla.
Sebastian 2'1" 2 AmyitShaver ami her linn-1 Bill for Relief Sale. !!ir: We only Sell to Dealers.
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anyone who bus laud for cultivationfor hand 0",.. F. HlMvor, Chan. t and Ct.
nt least n trial. Enormous yieldsare Fort Pierce, 01" 0 I II E. Wellborn and Henry J.
Eden 27" 3 Ileall AND BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE
claimed, from 10 tons per acre on Fort Drum. 27" :I It atpearingbytheetlldavitof James An. UNDER. .,\ ," and Hale. entered In the Clr
very poor soils up td 30 or 40 on good 1 Narrows 12" 1 IIGenr.tlana draws millcltor complainant C. A. llohluiton, cult Court for Krevaril, County on the !2Jr,1
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that all/I of nalil ilefenilantg are non-rexIclenM <>f day of May, 181M and a supplemental ilecroi
noilwell fertill/.ud. Twenty pound* In / 7" 1 ..t I time: Klorlclii, and all over the age of entered In the name .. ... 27th flay of John B. Stetson
bo no uncommon yield from n 2/i"/ ::1 Shtiverlan "", anil that the dpfondantu. Amy April } M-xeeelapir|| anntlon, In UniversityDELAND
hlll.t As the preiteut In the time to plan Canavetral" 13. st 1 It. IIIT liiiHlianil Oe...F.Shaver reHlile front orfthexCinrt [ at 'rltIlRlllle.1"lorlela. .
= 4. at street, Brooklyn, New York; and during the legal hours of.Hale,upon tbo
for thin crop some practical directionsfor JIalilover, 1 that tho, derendanlCues.I ; K. Wellborn residim atILO FIRST MONDAY IJf JUNE) A. D. 1WO
A Ankona H" 1 : Broadway r\>ow York City New York and
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Its culture originally given In the ,
the and bent bidder for rash the fol-
hat; the defendant Hvmer Beau Lett retiiiles at to highest FLORIDA.
1I1Icco 0 1
(Florida Farmer, by an experienced 132 Nassau Rt.t.e.. York City, New York j lowlnn described real estate, situated at Eden\ "
are here reproduced: Banyan, 2:1": 2 and that there In no person. In the State of Klinda jii the County of Ilrevard and State of Florida: ;,
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grower White 21" 2 nervine would bind to-wlt: on the North hueor ,
City the said ilednfendant -
Generally RpeuUIng[ / a cassava 'crop H" 1 : : *move: named i It in therefore orderMl : a tract "'flaullorm.ly owned by. Thomas KHllihen -- .
Woodloy I--;
and at the water line of St. Lucia Sound :: Rb Y'ly'W
that the said I refmonduntii f c-
Amy R. Shaver' and
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should follow root but the best ,
a crop l\ralabar. 7" 1 II her husband One. K.: Shaver.: Chan. K. Wellbornand thence run south 07 degrees went,along the north M EUZ413CT 11A14I IT1
crop of It I ever hud/ followed! a crop of Total for -- Homer J. Kenuilett do appear at the Clerk'. line or said' lllbben'i trart, now the p.opertyof ; r
olllce at Florida the It.J. KichardH' the Hunt of way; ot the Florida \ '
peanuts. Cassava requires' the soil to BI'evard Co 42" 6G delegates. Tltusrtlla on Kiutt; Coant Railway run thence Northwesterly : (
be extra well plowed and us deep as SECOND DAY OF JULY, A. D. 1000.o alone\: the East line of the right of way of said
: answer or clmmir to the Complainant'* Kuiluuv Home S.20! chains to the South' line of a
possible. My plan, In preparation for 'St. LucIe 12 votes 1 rleal.
delegatoll. "II tiled herein| and It "furthe.ortle..1 tract ni land bought! by C. A, Robinson from W
the crop is to run a very narrow nub- Lake Worth. 104 1:1: that till notice. be published once each F. Klclmnta, thence run North UT degrees: : East" ,
soil plow as deep as possible twice over Lemon CIty, 711" 7 week for four cnnnrciitlve week In the INDIAN along the Houth, line of the tract houcht ofRlchuriln
Uvftt AIIVVOOATR a newspaper published In and along the South line of the Churchlot :
the land, cross plowing It every few CocnanutU've 7 Brevard County, Florida.'' to the water of St. I.ucle Sound, run thence I I
Inches. This the subsoil and JupIter, 411" 1\ ", Witness the:: lion. )Minor;. B. .Toned, Judge of .generally South 23 degrees! Kant, but meandering ,'I II
opens Ft Lauderdale 1.1": 1 .. said.. Court .and tile Heal of said.. Court nt the the watc'taediteof St. I.uole Sound' 5.M! chains. 1' DI I 1 IIa ,
lets In air and cmnsblne to mix In the Miami I/O"/ Iii Court House, nt Titunvllle, Florida this the 18th more or less, t o the point of beginning, together r
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oil. The casnnra root Is a.great forager l' day of May, 11)00. with the dwellln house,out buildings and iinprovementa -
Iiypoluxo [SEAL] AA:STEWART. thereon.
after moisture and yet will not nelray, 1 A, A. STEWART,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
thrive on wet laud. It must have a dry Pompano. 1 Special\ Master lu Chancery.

soil to grow In. but porous enough/ to OJos 1 ---

let the roots down after the needed Cutler, I '

moisture for Its thrifty growth. Tow I for For Doth Sexes"; This Scholastic Year Began

The land for the crop should be thoroughly Unde Co 1\21" 1\7 delegates.On Prepared

prepared$ February and .the motion Itisorderod that the various October 3rd. Send, for Catalogue

necessary fertilizers applied then BO as precinct primaries held or/two/ be held,
to mix well lu the soil before planting to elect delegates to the above conven College, Academic Normal, Art and Music Departments. Large commodious

time. It does not matter bow good the same lion, bo precinct ordered officers and ,conducted and by the by same the 2 and 3-ply dormitory buildings with perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian water \.etc., insuring

oil cassava will get away wltb,lots of methods a* the County primaries said Asphalt and. Roofing perfect healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout ; faculty of 22

fertilizer and give good account of |tat districts are hold, and on such da'es and: ,
Gravel. .. -i trained and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue containing full) information.
harvesting./ CnsHiiva. like) all starch Between such hours as said precinct officers ?

plants must have !plenty of potash to shall! or shall have direol.nrl.! Ft.LtdyI'orUse.Building Address. J. F. FORBES President..

do well. A good fertilizer should 'an On motion tl.e Committee adjourned. -
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alyze about 0 per cent{ phosphoric, acid, KRKD'K B. MOHSK Secretary
10 cent U: cent and Lining .Papers 7
per potash per nitrogen -- ------- H. A. HODGES.

SIx hundred to a thousand pounds per THE GLASS OF FASHION.The ...

acre will) not be any too much ns of Hoof Paints Creosote Oil, Manufacturer of

all things stinginess does n"t pay In ftl'lIIl'trl'l't! Is to be seen In many t ...Cypress and Yellowy Pine Lumber...

fertilizing a crop; pretty dinner and evening gowns. Black Varnish etc.

The moat dlllKult thing about a cassava Palo shades of gray and 1 beige, color ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.

crop In the trouble hi getting are the tints In dress gloves and are Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building in
good stand. The best way to get around) quite as much Worn as white Write for Catalogue, Samples, Prices, etc any part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. Tho saw mills are locatedat

thU illtllculty Is to cut the canes lu Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka on the J.. T. K. W. R y. Lumber delivered to any
The foulard silks in col.
pastel
three Inch I lengths lu early March and new part of the East:= Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES Buffalo Bluff Fla.ESTADIJSf1ED .
ors blended charmingly lu the cashmere THE All IITAGE MANUF'G CO.
bed them gentle heat
on a same assweet .
be be -------
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potatoes, covering them very ,
lightly with sol) which must be kept 120O to :aa<>() AVilllnins1>ur$; Ave., RiC11MONI: VA. 1880.
Imitation diamond buckles are a
moist. After t they, are well sproutedand
conspicuous feature of dress trimmings '
the sproutu" a few Indies lu length Very -- -- :Bond IiVLxnber Co.
and other pretty buckles are of
remove them to where they are to ,
enameled flowers.

grow Check off the laud four feet each Russian lace lu heavy quality and Watches AND Jewelry. 1 Manufacturers of and Dealers in

fine Venetian laces are very much em- ,
and a cane lu check
ray put every
covering so ns to show the least bit of loyed for trimming handsome cloth. LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING
In the pastel colors ,
the sprout above the ground. This town The old established Watch and Jewelry business, THE O LDEN'ALIOA'l'OH
should be done In cloudy or wet weath A good) many pretty (gowns are Qnlnhed Mouldings\ and Scroll
West Turning Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orangeand
has removed from the old stand, 5 Day street,
nrouud the lower edge of the skirtwith
er. Avoid n dry windy day for this Vegetable Crates We solicit correspondence.
operation. These sprouts will require fur. They are charming In effect to 417 West Hay street, on the same side of the street, In the
but on long skirts gather dirt Saw, Planing] and Shingle Mills at Bonds 1\11118. on J., T. & K. \V. R'y. Yards at
little nursing Cor a day or two ae'Iigood germs
a Travelers' Hotel block. Established In 1873.: Address, DeLand and Titnsville.
; stand la very desirable. After and dust that quickly spoil their

cultivation should be very shallow, beauty uLO"O"JS :J:. S':IeEse: :: :: :: :: :: S__
particularly the Inter ones and nil A pretty evening gown of thin material FOR $ 3.20.

weeds and grass should bo kept under with bead trimmings has straps 417 WEST BAY STREET Oa JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .

until the plants shade the ground If over the shoulders formed of strands
Sent to us by Express, postoffice order or New York will)
Exchange.we
thin good cannot of beads held together on top of the ---- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- q-----
crop gets a start oue end you by Express CHARGES PREPAID '. '
help being well pleased with the re shoulders with a clasp. The upper

suits and I find It tuyarlnbly the case part of the arm is exposed below this .THE COOPER & McKEE REFRIGERATORS. FOUR FULL QUARTS ,

that once a cassava grower: always a upper baud, and) below to the wrist Is .

cassava grower. a transparent sleeve of the material of Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old_

the gown shirred.
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What Two Incur of AValrr Will !>.,. The collars to many of the hand- The only first-class ire al ; Calhoun Pure }

Discussing the control and conservation some cloaks that are now worn to the 9 1 Rye Whiskey

of.Hood And Htorm waters by storage theaters are some cause of, anxiety to chests and refrigerators on '"_ I'I

U. J. Illutou nays lu the New their wearers. They are stiffened to l 'kl''1'1'the '' We ship III PLAIN PACKAGES, nn marks tIJ Indl'nte contents (whIch will avoid alt com
York Tribune: Hut leaving that vast give the proper effect, and bvlag high market, with all the '' mend When you get It and test It, If It IR not satisfactory, return It at OUR EXPENSE and
$3.211 will be
rour cheerfully refllnded. This
Whiskey IR as good' f300
In market.
aRany goods the
and speculative perhaps concept they have to be adjusted carefully latest t IVe are close at hand and can give you QUICKER DELIVERY than dl.tant hOIl.eR. 'Ve have
r alone, let me say that the storage of When the wearer Blips the cloak down improvements.CHARCOAT tr f.ern>OS\IIIILITV: doing hllRlne"AND: In REl'UTATlO this w. for honest dealing, refer
two cubic Inches of yearly "run off from her shoulders as she takes her the: editor of this I.ape. we you to any merchant bore or to

within the bounds of arid America will Boat. A crushed collar la ruined. -rr R ,. SOLOMON & LEVI
8IIEATaIXG
result within
a period comprehensibleto
1028 & 1030 First Avenue,
... the Imagination In 100.lIOO.OOQ( > > acres APHORISMS.Fortune LINES. tI I' Il''i' u P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM ALA.
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of land that will produce under Irrigation I 1

nud control!In bio Intensive cultivation does not change men; it only GALVANIZED IRON " 'iXY NOTIC'E-We" pay Express ('barlfpR tn all points reached by EXPRESS COM-
products equal\ to four times what but tn points nn lines of nth..r Express Cnmranies we prepay only to points where
unmasks them-Ulccobonl.Ity Southern l Express Company transfers to laid other Express
that area under ordinary agriculture SUEr.VIXI> a Company.
sowing frugality we reap liberty
in humid noils can produce. It will r

give us an assured area/ standout to a It golden there harvest., be any-Agcslluua.truer measure of a XSIDE LINEIXO.DOU11LK : t p a p cH.A.s. s zvM:: az 0 0 ,

make ten states each ns large as Indiana man than by what he does It must be : POORS ON'OP. n" /517. /a 10 %v. nay St., JACKSONVILLE, ". FLA.
or Illinois. It will make homesand ,
by what he gives-South.
secure living for lOO.OOO.CHX) more OX
LOCK LOWER
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inhabitants God governs the world and we haveonly

-- : to do our own duty wisely and n,<4.WRtTK I
(lice llrou and Itlc 1'ollin. leave the Issue to him-John Jay.

Rice bran and rice polish, byproducts To be obit! to bear provocation Is an

from the rice mills, form excvlta.. feed argument of great reason end to> forgive >' 0 11 CATALOGUE AND PRICE LIST.We .

comparing favorably with corn. A ton It, of u great uilud.-TIlMsoo.
of rice bran contains '
approximately We sometimes meet an original gentleman
210 pounds of protein. A ton of corn who. If manners had not existetl. --- also carry a l-omplete \ 1r"t'' 's'1r"

contains only 1tI>4 pounds: a differenceof
would have Invented them. Emer A

:25;! per cent lu favor of rice bran. _' IY a
Line of the Celebrated Odorless M ,, _
Refrigerators.i (
On the other hand corn contains :21;! son.There cannot be a surer proof of low
per cent more carbohydrates. Rice
origin or of an Innate meanness of disposition -
bran at JS.fiO per ton would representcorn -
than to be always talking and
at about 23 cent per bushel. But thinking about being (genteel-Hailltt. Write ua. for prices on anything in our line.FURNITURE .
as It is a byproduct Its price will vary

with the price of corn for which It noting wan," said Uncle Jerry Pee

more nearly serves as a substftute.iiff" bles "how do you pronounce that?" E. F_ OL.A.B.:
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Tabbledy hote. sir. replied the waiter

We would esteem the favor if our a recent Importation from Skwlunk."Correct. MATTING and HOUSE FURNISHINGS
readers, when writing or calling upon ." rejoined! Uncle Jerry, nodding CARPETS ,

ear advertiser to purchase merchandise his approval. "Bring me that.- ]Four

etc., would mention the ADVOCATX. Chicago Tribune. tJaolzeo13:7ill: : ,, F1.n. Full Quarts Delivered for 83.20.!



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CALL FOR THE DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE ('IF THE DAY. The Eminent Kidney ,

JCOUOB M. ROBBLNS.' 'WALTER 8.OaAa_ M.OBBLNS KIDNEY DISEASESare STATE CONVENTION. FERRYS"SEEDS ;
( & GRAHAM,| Never In Its history has the British and. Bladder! Specialist.

I parliament rtmvened, at a time so full -r_.
11 "Call for a State Democratic conven- .,
the fatal of all dis \
most of
grave Import ns the present. The '
A.TTORNETS-AT-LAW tion to be held at Jacksonville Fla., "-41!,
qualities that to make for statesmanship ,
eases. 'go ,"
OFFICE HOURS:From p10to 12 1\. m., Tuesday June 19, 1900. ", will during tho present session -:":. -I''"..;
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andTITUBVILLE 2 to 4 Cm CV'G' KIDNEY CURE Is I "The Democratic party of tho State of bo "severely, tried. A trying position .. Tbousnnde pfaanlen.redrpend
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Brevard Co., FLORIDA. Florid!)) will hold n State convention At la that held\ by lion. Willlnm O.JLH'L'KV N. on k'erry.skasis
o. Box, 108. rUl.1.1 0 Buaractesd Remedy very roar end never .Maur
P.
Will practice In all the conrts_tate and fed Jacksonville, on Tuesday, June 1<), at 12 I I I IL 17 I dlsaplnlntment ('heap sutwtl.
( tutkv brine luss,
not ,
noon, for the following purposes: I ? Oylnq Crops
' :; facilities for and 1$ ,rr. I,) toy a little man for
special examining perfectInjt refunded. Contains
titles.. or money "To choose delegates/ to represent the FesavwRaajs F'Ivenntsporpaper
land
remedies recognized by emi State in the national Democratlo convention :''o r s f ---- I II svarywh 4lwsys the re IIc.t., and Inn always Wvvr Annual worth h.Ia.,

rL.. GAULDEN, nent physicians as the best for to bo held at Kansas City, Mo., on 1 A, MIAA, & CO? 0(18OIl, MICK.

r Kidney and Bladder troubles. July] WOO; to nominate candidates for I
ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW
tho olllees of Governor one Justice of %' ( -
Will In all the Courts of tho State PRICK SOc. and $1.00. 1t 1'T1
practice the Supreme Court a of :ir" As an advertising
ot Flur the United States. Conrts.. It. It. W II.M) Jt SON Secretary State medium no
tho Knot: Count beat the
1U Box,2I3.: TITUSVILLE, FLA. -. -- .- Attorney-General Comptroller) Treasurer '''iL 1'111'01'n can
to Loan. Superintendent of TubUo Instruction The Discoverer of Swamp-Root" Work inEls ADVOOATK. Hive uu n trial ndvt.,
Money
18 Maple Sngnr and bo convinced of the ]pink paper'.
Octim. laboratory. ""_
Commissioner of Apiculture, a Railroad: \ worth
To
each pouml of maple allow There Is disease this
GOLDSMITH sugar a prevailing In
Commissioner the
term of four
M. one pint of fresh cream. Break the years country most dangerous because so decep- ----
sugar Into small bits and put It with four Presidential Electors and four alternates tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by BO YEARS'

ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW, the cream In uu agate saucepan. Boll to bo voted for at the next regular It-heart disease pnaumonla, heart failureor EXPERIENCE 1

over a luodi-ralp lire for about one houror ] State election] and to transact such apoplexy are often the result of kidney
disease. If kidney trouble Is allowed to advance
TITUSVILLK FLORIDA. until
a little dropped In a bowl of other business as may come boforo the
the
kidney-poisoned blood will attack
cold water can be rolled .
Into a soft convention. V i 1\1; --- q the vital organs, or the kidneys themselves

F. J. WEBB, ball Take from the tire and stir slowly "Tho different counties In tho State WILLIAM C. dtftLY. I break down and waste away cell by cell. I
until
the mixture: cools and begins Then the
richness of
the blood-the albumen
will send ]
delegates to the t
to thicken, then convention up- Gully speaker"' of tho liouso' of com
ATTOUNEV-AT-LAW pour Into shallow buttered -leaks out and the sufferer has Bright'sDisease
on tho following basis of There members who will h TRADE MARKS
and representation: mons."' are r ,
pans set aside until flrin. the worst form of kidney trouble.Dr. .
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th says an exchange. Ono delegate: for each one hundred votes not hesitate to selzo tho present opportunity Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new discovery COPYRIGHTS DESIGNS&.c.f

Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents cast for the candidate], on the State ticket to denounce the polley of Is the true specific for kidney, bladder Anyone.nndlnq: :: ft nkMfh: And dnerl non. : nmvqntrhlv
and rents and accounts collected. I HAi'tiriHln our, opinion froo wht. th .r militvmitlnti
Great and
and
who received the highest number of votes Britain some lively and urinary troubles. It has cured thousandsof 'tn imhfthlv, |wi,.Mitlilti., 4"oiiininittr"
TirUsvILLE FKOKIDA. ttnlmrrnsnliif' ; situations may artao! to apparently hopeless cases after all other Ummwtrlotly, (..""" ",,11,1. lltiiulhi>okini I'ntonta
at general election of 1SI)0) and font frni 4>l tONt fur .
one additional < a purr noiMiritiK' puliuitH.PHIOMIM
try the mcttto of tho presiding otllcer. efforts have failed. At druggists In fiftycentand I : tiikon I tlmuitfli, I Miuui I :A Cti* receive
l vote for tho fraction thereof dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free tl>vfci'I Nit4, wit hunt tihtiryo. ill the

A.D.. PENNEY when it amounts to fifty or more. The how Nnnker: Met Moody. by mall also a book telling about Swamp- Scientific J11t1 rlt n.A

committee ]has also allowed additional Ira I>. Sanlcey, to whose wonderful] Root and Its wonderful cures. AddressDr. ., .
: handnunely 1 D1uMtrnti watlkl. T.nraont cir.iiihitlfiii
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton N. Y. and
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, representation whore the vote was Increased voice the Into Dwlght I.. :Moody( wns < of. ally."'1"111"1'I'' ...in.*, eta
mention this paper. t tnotti" htt, ft 1. Soil by all'\ tiowmlimldn.
at tho election of lolls! In wont to credit a huge share ot his success MUNN (
TITCSVII.LK Fr.oniDA IjV M : any & Co 3S18roedway New York
w r c kNy t In cviuiKellNtlc! work, feels more Vloaso write UH whenever you fall to .
4 county for State ollloers.! Tho counties llrauull llllluii., (Ca V Ht.,Wiuihluuluii. I).t;.
will practice In all the courts of the 7th rtR keenly perhaps than any one outsideof receive the ADVOCATR.
under this rule will ba entitled to
Judicial Circuit. representation his. Immediate family the loss' of tho
as follows: great evitiiKelltit.1 Kor 30 years they ,

AI Aachl1a] . .14 [,0011. . . ..HBrl1dford bud been close frlenda ns well na co-
GEO. A. WORLEY r. Uaus1 . Il(I Levy. . . .4 workers. The first meeting of t the two T. D. GIBBI I NS,
Biker . . .2 1
ATTORNEYATLAW.General BI'evaril . . .6 Manatee. . .3 men was remarkable. Mr. :Moody who ----------
In State and Federal Calhoun..2 !Madison . .7 was then living! lu Chicago, and Mr.
Courts.practice AH business entrusted will Citrus..2 Marion . .0 Snnke,', whoso homo was In I'ennsyl- HAY GRAIN FLOUR GRITS MEAL BRAN COTTON SEED

receive prompt attention. Clay . .4 Monroe. . .4 rnnla were elected delegates to a ,

6 Columbia. . (0 I NaIllll1n. . . .4DDade. Christian convention held In Indianapolis .
General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate, Oranjto. . .10 In 1873. It was after (0 o'clockn. Meal, Middlings! .! crp._etc.

Miami. IoSoto.o, (I Osceola] . .3 m. service In the chapel that they
MIAMI, FLORIDA. nu val. .... .22 Prsco..4 were Introduced, and !Mr. Moody, walk for Cumberland Mills Flour Grits and Meal. '
JtU-U AV ''S.fa f.l.AV. Ellcambla . .11 Polk . .M ed to the and Depository ,
up great singer holding,
. .
TAMES ANDREWS Franklin .2 St. Johns.,7
Uadeden, . . .7 Putnam . . .. out his hand, said: "Mr. Sauliey, you Agent for tho Celebrated CANOPY patent llour.
ATTORNEYATLAW.Main For catalogue: and price: addressB.W.JEROME Ilamilton.4 Santa H0811. .IV are the man ]I've been looking for for
Hornando..2 Sumter.4 eight years. You must como with me." Get my Ptlco List. To Dealers only.
office and P.O. TIBDALS FLA.
1I11111boro . Suwl1nnee . .8 "I was attracted to the man at
Office open at Ft. Pierce on 2nd and 4th Rockledge, }<']a., Agt., for Brevard Co. ltolanes.3 Taylor . .. once," said Mr. Sankey In speaking of 1:=: D. GJEEEt'rS.: : : ,

Fridays of each month. Agent for Jackson . . .0 Volusla..8 the matter recently "but It was not

Notary Public State at Large. East Coast for the Globe Gas Jelferson..14 Wakulla.. . .GLafaayette until six months ]Inter that we got together Onico and Waiehousos near tho Vlnlud.JACKSONVI1.I.E. .

Engines. . .3 Walton . .4 and started on our work" FLORIDA.\
Lake..7 Washington . ,9Lee.
E. FOSTER, . . .2 -
STEPHEN FILTER YOUR WATERAND till a Financial Pow.r.Sammel .
"The counties will select their delegates ] Sloan, the ex-president. of KHTA1IM8IIK1 1MB.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW in any manner which may be considered tho Delaware Lackawnnna and Western .

Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner Building, AVOID DANGER. beat by the people acting through railroad< belongs' to the old 1 school \A./nl.: :: .6. :IBOTTIKS: ,& CO.

JACKSONVILLE FLA. ........... ......................... ... .. .... the party organizations as recognized by of Npw York financiers stick as tho .. .

No Store Hotel Boarding }House or Res- the last State convention. All Democratsare original Cornelius Vandorlillt. lit liven
GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS
In comfortable old fashioned house
SAMUEL SIIAYLOII, GORDON R. HIIOOMB.C Invited to participate In the selectionof a ___ ,
idence should be witnout the Anti- In Rust Thirty-eighth street Just off
HAYLOR & BROOME
thereto
delegates Including those who Fifth avenue. e East Hay Street JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.We ] .
Germ Water Filter have become qualified to vote since the
ATTORNEYSATLAW.Will ]last election. !Mr.! Sloan In still n power In tho handle only the bent and most reliable flood A complete stock of Hay

fliuuiclnl] world< He Is a director of Corn, Oats, Flour 1J1'1 Wheat, tints. Meal. Cotton) Hoed, M\III. both bright andd..rk
practice In all the Courts of the "Tho chairman and secretary of each the National City bank. and other corporations at wholesale State: agent for Tygert-Allon Fortlllcor Co.

State. Office in Law Exchange county convention hold for the purpose pad has not lost his InterestIn Atar Itnincl Knrtlllinrn-(lu r nMHcl imyMn! UrnnK trail unit V"ICHlaltle l l dirtlllMir.1'nra(round
JACKSONVILLE FLA. I of electing delegates to the'Stato conven- Lnckawaunn or In the old. men who Hniia Nitrate Boil, Miirliitu of I'otiuili. HiilpimM l'ot".IlL Kaliilt eta. These, fertll/.r./ have no
superior In the market,'unit a trial wliio"nvhnoe.! Send: fur Catafngse free .
tion are requested to send to lion. W. A. worked under him on that road. Ho
was always approachable by tho man -....
CRAVED U.iwU: chairman, Tallahassee Fla., a
F.W. with a grievance, and tho employee
KHTAIII.1SIIKI.
written tho
IiII C or printed copyof proceed-
knew that lie was with them.A .
DENTIST. ings of such county conventions, togethor

with a list of the names of the county Chln.. lletornivr'a Kllvht.
Castle Hall, 111 West Forsyth Street
executive committee tnlwhlch should be Bluce tho change/ of emperors In Chi- M. Lane & Son

JACKSONVILLE, FLOBIRA. designated the chairman andJHocrotary) of nn and the appointment of LI Hung ,

I I F / such committee. Chang an acting viceroy of Canton
have liven In the Celestial
things > warm
\V. A. RA.WLS, Chairman
GEORGE' w. ALLEN, climate for reformers. Tho Young re- i 252:\ WASHINGTON STREET NEW yom
Water being clear and sparkling is no "J. C. COOl'xu. Secretary. form party, of which Knng-Yu-Wei la

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW proof It Is pure Well or cistern water the leader, IN very much dissatisfiedwith

KEY WEST FLORIDA that is. full of typhoid fever and malarial: Just Suppose. recent changes, and] there are Southern Fruit and Produce
be clear.Is .
germs may perfectly threats of an uprising In somo parts of
Will practice In the United States your drinking: or cooking water
and State Courts. 9jun95T { muddy or .cloudy Readily cleanse It -b- kingdom. 1,1 Hung Chaug In strlv-

from nil earth, sand, Insects or nil me.
Is the water you tutu bad smelling; or Comm.iooior:: :: Morciarz.to.y: : :
O. C. E.
FRIES tasting? Is it too much trouble to clean
out the cistern\ or well as often should PINEAPPLES A BI'F.CIALTStencllN, Curds, and our quotations furnished on

COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land be? Is the drainage from house, stable application.

]legally surveyed and sub-divided. or privy dangerously near your water

Mapping neatly done. Estimates for supply, so as to make you anxious? l al ,
Have you had typhoid or malaria In :jour
all works. DIsputed
kinds -
of engineering family ]lately and realized that the water

lines a specialty. used mar be responsible for It? Then A1

TITUSVILLB Brevard Co., .FLORIDA get a LITTLE ]BROWN JUG FILTER /boa i /
at Its low popular price, and you are
safe. It will remove all Impurities.

S. BURNIIAM M. D. B3T"They are very cheap, and will ]lasta t e 4I r.
N. lite-time. When writing for Information
please Inclose stamp.: All orders r
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, must be accompanied, by cash I
$.UM)() each small, 11
Ear, Nose and Throat. PKICKS$2.01)):each.Large one, ; d ( i .

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. For full particulars, apply to the agent/

CLAUDE WALTON, Titmville, Fla. rth a e

HOUGH TON'S Most Com- Little] Red Riding Hood bad met a
"pvR. The Largest and ,-r -
bull Instead of a wolt.-Types. KANO-VU-WIC1. r

FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTSon : plete Establishment South. Inir to nip In the bud the proposed revolt -

the (Dentos. ) GEO. S. HACKER & SON course.Doubtful" be said Kronomr."Of "I( appreciate. 'i'urrom. and'' the Hongkong secret sailing for Klrigaporehows of Kang- "..,-'

Now AT PALM BKACK.. the motive that actuates you Iq your that [.1 Hung Chung Is looked. ;;:.
efforts to get along without a girl
upon as a formidable toe The revolutionist -.
"HOW TO DO BUSINESS rr= but"- lender expects protection In
"'\11?" she said Inquiringly as be

OB TUB }A' paused./ Strong Singapore/ there ns lint the It reform Is. reported party on Is good very The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one inmate

Secret or Success in Retail Merchandising, p Taking" everything Into considera' authority that I four of the emissaries seventy years of age, who has been In the Infirmary for three years
rest lion lie went on. "Is It true economy?
-By GEl N. MCLEAN.TheMost .- "Isn't It?" she demanded. of the empress dowager recently left a great sufferer from Indigestion and has been taking Kipana Tab-
Valuable Peking pledged to assassinate KaiigYuWil -
and -
Creative.ComprehenoivePractical on Business. and How to Hiicct; ..- "Well. I hardly feel competent to wherever he took n-f.ige regardless ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he is

tully A text lx it.book ever of publlHlieil.practical hints rule and example pass Judgment" on the qnentlon he replied. of their own fate.MU never without them. lie is willing that his name should be used ina
1 have just received our family
of "url rare value. that everyone, no mat. -
tae how old and experienced cannot but derive physician's bill for the treatment ofthose.three liar'. Search For; IIhrn.... testimonial, as it might be of use In persuading some other person ,,

absolute while. to the and. young uomtive novice value. It from In a. its hand. tlJl.blnj.'M-book and -irk rtairnu.rMANUFACTURERS cases of actitp dyspepsiathat Wins 1111,.. daughter/ of the secretaryof to try them. A second old gentleman, In the same institution,

treason'.: iraml of indlepenssble Chapt...".... Agents vain.25 .. Wanted. Fnll OF the last developed. mouth. In Now.the perhapn"Hut family -during state hAil just flnlNhed, n novel eighty-four( years of age, has had liver trouble for many years and ]I
Agent which deal with \V'ahlngton society
book receipt
on
outnt, including the ':J
"Ml. Hook sells. so every morekwper, in alllinen. Sash Blinds she was Just as mad as If be Resides iM-Ing a grai-eful poet she U. finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have t..1!,

1'ontpalil!. receipt JACKSON of SJ: AdilroMJEFFEU30X Doors, hadn't tried to break: It to her .:entl,.- also a lover. of nature Mtudy. A favorite nurses there one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer

Dearborn reet. Chicago, lit Moulding & Building Material Chicago Post. umnier pastime of hers Is collecting from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nervousness.
odd minerals. Slim! fin...lld.. Once
:Jr- Subscriber, your attention is drawn King opposite !Hmtarml Tendency. when bringing horn n lot of PiM-rltixtis They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they
& WareroomH ,
Office !!
to the nama-aod-data slip pasted upon "I Bins bas Just bad a raise In
your paper or wrapper. If you are ID Cannon Street.Charleston salary guess" said the confirmed cynic. she met a friend who commented upon always have a package In their pockets. The matron also states

arrears please remit. ] S. C. "Has anybody told you 11/o 1" ber" 'Herinons trcnHiire! :In Itnll_" You'll get a that she ii: forty-five years of age and at times suffers with indigestion -

"No. but he goes about saying bethinks aad of beJcbfof and finds that title
big: library If you keep oh"t'1 causing pain paroxysms ,
Marriage Paper.Fab.aThotts.nEa .. Sash Weights Cord and the world Is growing better and tog your pinion" wan the re- i indeed and Is to have key
willing
Tabules good perfectly
tit of adT.rtU T to nlecfrom. that the danger from trusts Is greatly are very
Wealth. patron* tatrodue spouse; 'Oil are! mlntaken. I am lookIng
) magnified: and that human nature Isn'tso used in testloKmlal. J
lion formal ami r .n l. luOwoK Hardware. for rhymes. In rocks and these area name a
au tree ao lad''.... lUmpie copy :Ie bad after all. That's tbe a man
way _..... wr..Ra
{."' ;).. SOCIAL AMERICAN Toledo' Ohio. nearly always talks Just. after he bas fw of the \'erllllll. C-: : j -ryfSw:::' arum.are... 1...... wr.adwer. .- .-a----..u a-.. Iii

Great n.ag rat' .(. aAMOLECOpleaetvr.uuIlI'er"acS.wapUofM'n' Window and Fancy GlassA bad a raise I In salary."-Washington ..aril..eel :.:.'O 1 ... r.ws..r: ==...rr ra, e ._ -

." I M...__ eons epon receipt er .IA.for ..*.*. SPECIALTY. Star. -Do you filter your drinking water -
tulooole"-''Y. Bureau. n St.Clair,s&..TO56. O
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4 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MAY 25, 1900.
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-*> INDIAN RIVER-ADYOCATE.. 4A RAPIDLY APPROACHING.- Indian River Real Estate Agency

It is less than month be-
WBBKI.T JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THX DBVBbOPMEBT now a
0V TUB INDIAN BIVBB LAKE fore the State Convention will meet TITUSVILLE FLA.
i I WORTH AND BI80ATH BAT ILOT1ONe. In Jacksonville] for the purpose of The Delicious ,

nominating State officers. Great
PUBLISHED BVEKT FRIDAY. interest centers in these nomina- YOU would do well If you have property to sell and want It advertised in this
I paper free of coat to yon, and put In the hands of live men, to write at once to
OBAEI-K K. WALTON" Editor & Publinhor.Dlitcontlnuanca tions, owing principally to the fact this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public.
1, that the gubernatorial race has JOT" Many sales will probably be made. this winter by this Agency. Why not
of lulTU. moot bn made per- been BO warm a, to excite much attentIon yours. .

onally at this. ofllce or by writing. and no small degree of en- Fragrance PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to 1000.

thusiasm. It is gratifying to ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.00 per acre.
Check,eta.,may be made payable to CIIAHLM very I mile river front mile north
120 one of
Beautiful tract, acres, one-quarter ; Eau
observe that the Hon. J. D.
H. WJH.TOB,publl hr and proprietor Beggsis Price
Gallle; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. 1000. :
gaining strength all the time. ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 60 miles south of Titusville. Will pay $1,000 this !
,o Address all communication to County after county Is endorsinghim year and $2,000 next. Price $7,000. i

6 It INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE and that without any apparent from a hot HAMMOCK LANDS, near Tltusvllle, from $5 to $25 per acre. J
TlTlIUVILLE, FWKWA.tt effort on his He attends ROYAL Baking One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2} miles west of Titusville, good for
' I part. pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $;x;000.
t '' l u.-s. Department of Agriculture strictly to the duties of his cilice, Royal Baking improves I
I and seems to rest upon the very the flavor and
t-: ffi, Weather llurcnii-Jupiter, Fla. reasonable assumption that if a Powder biscuitwhets i
@ adds the healthful-
, The following; is a comparative state man performs faithfully the dutiesof to Jas. :B. :Sours, I
ment of temperature and rainfall for the a minor office he can safely be the ness of all risen flour-

week ending-Tuesday 1000/- May 22:. -, 11)00.1800) ligations.entrusted with Judge more Beggs'important friendsare ob- appetite.I The foods. It renders the :I3cyrcL1n: :: : Feed, :>E'lour' I

DATE. MAX. WIN. MAX. MIN. biscuit bread and cake
10 80) 70 8-2: 75 very much in earnest and no GRITS, MEAL AND COTTON, SEED MEAL. NEW GARDEN
; 17 81 72: 84 75 stone will be left unturned to secure taste of such more digestible and
ALL TIME.
SEED ARRIVING FRESH THE
18 88 1 73: 84 118 his nomination. We still
'' 1 10!) K8 73 1)1 70 nutritious.
biscuit-
0 think one ballot will either decide a Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, bills all. kinds of insects; Harmless to man or
20 88 71 85: (
the issue, or render Judge Beggs' Royal Baking Pow- ,
21 Hi8J t 72 M 70 beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotations.
22 : 71 00 72 nomination so obvious that all sweet, creamy, der makes hot breads Lowest cash prices.
Total rainfall for the week: 1.00. other contestants will withdraw in

t Departure from normal rainfall for the his favor. Another matter of Interest delicate and wholesome. Food Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

week: minus .32: Inchon. Departurefrom to thin part of )Florida] is the raised with Royal will .. ..
normal rainfall since 1 --- ------ -- ---- --- --- --
January is
nomination of an AttorneyGeneral. crispy- a joy
plus 6.00 Inches. not distress of
HAL. P. IlAnniN, Observer. ]. The present incumbent, the persons CHAS. WELSHANS
lion. \V. B. Lamar, has given such to the most delicate or enfeebled ,

I eminent satisfaction, as to excite
IF a man crawleth thy political fastidious.digestion,though eaten
the admiration of Brevard
collar do not betray anger/; and county warm and fresh. BRICK LIME
democrats. lie will get the full CEMENT SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER.
smite the individual. It his allegations ,
vote from Brevard and Dade counties -
{ are true thou shouldst] take
and from what we can gather Agent for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.
medicine like little if
a man
thy ;
the entire strength of those counties -
untrue, then the people will vindicate Imitation baking powders almost invariably con-
thee. Selah. comprising the Seventh Judicial tain alum. Alum makes the food unwholesome.ROYAL U'Vrlte for Samples and Prices.
Circuit. B. E.! McLIn l is also] a

favorite with us. He is personally]] Old 'Phone 8. )jV\ 218 E Bay Street,

THE Supreme Court of the Uni known to many of our citizens, and BAMNO POWDER CO.,100 WILLIAM 8T.. NEW YORK."
ted States has decided that the those who best acquainted with JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
are
.. ..
gubernatorial contest in Kentucky -
him loudest in his As
are praise.
GOLF has become a great fad in ALMOST new member of
within its every
does$ not come jurisdiction. Commissioner of he
Agriculture the United States and England.] Congress to Washington witha
This makes Beckham the would be goes & Baker
lawful governor of Kentucky and wise and reflect energetic honor competent the The popularity of golf in Englandis satchel full of speeches on var- MeMurray
upon ,
proving quite a god-send to the ious important and non.Important
the long, bitter fight is at an end. olllce to which he The
aspires. farmers in the near vicinity of the subjects which he seldom] has an
coming convention is eagerly look larger towns ; and, in many cases, opportunity to deliver. 220 and 222 East Buy St. Mohawk Block. Jacksonville, Fla.
THE Marine Hospital Service Bill ed forward to by all Florida democrats fabulous]
sums have been paid to
will not bo passed by Congre'l.Key whose decision upon State -'w Headquarters for-
farmers for club grounds.
West has certainly taken the matters they regard as final. IT is stated that Canada could

right stand in opposing a yellow I muster 70,000 trained troops within Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles
JACKSONVILLE has helda short She has 300- ,
fever hospital to be located at that recently a very period. ,
CLEAN UP YOUR PROPERTY. I
place. It seems that the bill was very, Interesting and enthusiastic 000 men who have done service in and Sundries.
do with convention. It required nine bal the militia, and her citizens available .
to
endeavoring the
away
The months
summer are nearly lots to determine who would be for military duty number more "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES
State quarantine, and to establish here and the general health of the put on you wheelsat
hospitals for the isolation] of sheriff with the final result that than 1,000,000.
yellow
State will largely depend upon the John S. Price Will nominated. J. short notice.
fever .
patients. sanitary conditionsiof its towns and C. L'1< nge] and N. B. Broward were THE WHITE MAN'S BURDEN is usually
citlea. Every' sewer should] be care- chosen indigestion, which moans no appe-
for
TUB estimate! now Is that there fully examined and every vacant representatives. tite, sleeplessness, Irritability, weariness HAMMOND PACKING CO.
will be fully one million boxes of lot cleared and in good of body and brain. Dr. Loyal Ford's Dys-
up put Sound advice to those who have ( Tbe G.
shipped from Florida this kidney pepticlde is a new a perfect cure. It aids Formerly II. Hammond Co.)
oranges shape for the season. Not only f is and bladder trouble, Is to take a safe, digestion/ tones and regulates the stom OUR SPECIALTIES
year. The estimated profits accruing the cleaning process conducive to sure medicine like Foley's Kidney Cure.It : ach. B. It. Wilson & /bon. :

therefrom have been placed at health, but is in extra fine advertisement always benefits the kidneys. U. R'j "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
I Wilson A Son. -Do filter diinklng water ?
two million dollars. We think the for the town. No you your "Coin
estimate very reasonable news .. .. .. .. _._ _. Snecial" canned meats: _
a and ----- - ---- --- -- -- -- -- -- --- -- -
paper puff can be so effective for "Calumet" -fl msj j
in fact below the real mark. Fivehundred breakfast bacon.
any city as clean streets well]] clear.
thousand dollars more ed lots unchoked sewers and tidy "Calumet" leaf lard.
The
t could be safely added to the above' yards. In too many of our smaller Vitals Homemade pure lard.

estimate.So towns there is!! a tendency to throwall "Peerless" compound lard sausagesand

waste paper into the streets all Packing'House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
FAR there has been no /good; and then the wind picks them
up
reason advanced why the State and scatters them everywhere until (Insides) m __ .. ._ _

Capital should not be moved from the town presents such a raggedand SA
Tallahassee to some more central] I as to i WILLIAM CLARKE
unkempt appearance ex PLUMBER.
point. That the'capital will event- : cito visitors with* disgust. How Of Our Clothing. ....

ually be removed from Tallahassee
can we consistently recommend our
Fine Gas Fixtures Plumber
and
Gas Fitter
i is a foregone conclusion, and to retard towns to prospective settlers if the Uooflng.lShcet

the mater for a year or two streets are frog ponds, and,the side Iron Work, l'umpsand Drain P.pe Bath Tubs, Water Closets .

will be of no advantage to anyone walks are paved with paper bags? This diagram is Interesting:, as It truly Illustrates", the insides. l of our and Wash Stands. Copper vessels of all kinds and
hence, we say, let the question be We descriptions re-tinned.
not at
are hitting any particular -
could be
garments. Probably you never knew before that there so
decided at an early day. ] place] !; and only intend these remarks -
much detailed work in clothing. In ordinary makes of clothing
for such places where sani- I 37
St-
TUB Senate has rejeoted the bill tary conditions and general neat- there is not, but then clothing not made in this way is not substantial Forsyth Jacksonville, Florida

proposing government armour fao- ness are partially ignored. Don't and will not give satisfactory wear. You may be sure that all

tory. It seems to us that its rejection wait merely for Mayors and Town this detail work in our clothing is not put there without good
was untimely] and unwise. We Councils to act but with
begin
reason. It's there for the best of reasons, to-wit : The shaded part THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND
cannot help but believe that the your own premises and see that SUPPLY COMPANY.
9 measure was ]lost because the big every hindrance to health and attractiveness around the armhole is felt padding\ to give perfect shape to the

manufacturing concerns opposed it. is, remove Let the shoulder. The shaded part running from the top to the bottom of

''I1 Had the factory been constructedthe work begin to-day; you can find the coat is linen canvass to which all pockets and other details are Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement;

government would have saved no better time. securely fastened. The narrow strip you see along the edge of the .:!'i ,.

the nation? many dollars and perhaps coat on the left is the silesia button stay to which buttons are, #t'
given us a bettor quality of TUB British colony of New Zea- Vitrified
r''' armour. But the question is not land has a well considered plan in fastened or sewed, through the cloth, canvas and siletda. The strips Paving and Sidewalk Brick,,...

dead, and may came up for future actual operation, by which the unemployed fastened to the corners of the pockets supports and keeps the pock.. ,

consideration. are gathered upin cities, t'ts from sagging. These are the main features of good clothing! Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, :Florida.. Telephone No. 262.

at government labor bureaus and making and that's why we unhesitatingly guarantee our clothing J. K. JMUNNERLTN, General .
1 IT has been stated that all the are forwarded to one point or an- Manager.
to be perfect llttln Mind not good shape but
you temporary .
Southern States-from the ]latitudeof other where they are wanted on r -- .' -
North Carolina to Key West- government railroads or other public lasting permanent shape. :Xo doubt you are interested in clothingof -

can raise tea readily and in abund works. At these points they are this sort, and would like to continue the Investigation further. ...O. L. KEENE.

ance. As it is claimed that about not kept in to be scattered ..
camps Nothing would please us better than to do a little ripping to show
"
80,000,000 Ibs. of tea have been im- when the work is
again through, that these features are really there. You will also note, on inspec- Dress Goods
ported into the United States dur- but they are assigned farms, and Trimmings Millinery Notions
the tion, that our prices are no higher than those asked for ordinary ,
ing past year, it seenia rather their work is so arranged that they ,

i strange that somo of our farmers work alternately for the govern- clothing. Laces, Gloves, Umbrellas, Art Goods, Hosiery, Corsets.

f do not cultivate] it. At 'wholesale ment and on their own land. The

prices it averages about 13 ots. per New Zealand government advances Prompt attention paid to all orders. '

pound, and the retailer sells it at them funds to clear the land and to See Our Elegant Line of Hats Shoes and Shirts.
This Is
from 25 cts. to ,&10 cts. per pound. build themselves homes. In all one of the oldest and most reliable houses in Jacksonville. All the latest

Let us try to raise tea along the parts of this British colony the Patterns and Style.

East Coast. penniless out:ot-work tramp is, by Hats and Caps In all the newest and latest blocks and patterns. 101 West Bay Street, corner of Laura. -

this system, being converted into a SU-n's and Boys' Shoes in all grades. Trunks and Valises at prices JACKSONVILLE FLA.crWATCHES .

ON May the 22nd, at Gainesville thrifty land owner. within the reach of all. -
Florida] Jlr. Robert W. Davis received -
Also the banner line of Ladies!, Misses( and Children shoes, all new
{ the nomination for congress POLITICS is a peculiar game. CLOCKS
t for a third term. This is the lint You may think you are on to something and factory made, prices the lowest consistent with good material. ,

l time Florida has bestowed the honor but like the Irishman's flea, YyP :

of a third term upon any of its it disappears before the thumbnailcan Examination will show that our stork is especially strong in style, : ....Jewelry Diamonds

l citizens. Col. Davis is, perhaps, be applied. The gleeful pol- besides being unequaled in variety,and first in favor because of the ,

I the most popular man in the State itician can chase an illusion over a High Grade Quality. Always pleased, to show our goods we aro r a Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Present,

I today, and has the utmost confi- whole country before he finds out Yours to serve Waltham Watches, eto.

dence of his democratic constituents. his mistake, and when he does discover :,

We are proud of him ; proud it he is not deterred from FINE WITCH and JEWELRY REPilRIBGTO.

to record that he is a citizen of racing a similar apparition to some Eagle Clothing Store .

}Florida and with thousands of other remote corner of the earth. Watch Inspector; I for A SPECIALTT.
Plant System and also for Jacksonville
& Southwestern R'y
others stand ready to bestow further But if he enjoys it we should have Spectacles and ,
honors Eyeglasses. Charge paid on ;>ay. R J. RILES,
t' upon him. nothing to say. Opposite the bank, Titusville.
225 W. Bay St., JACKSOBTVII..!*, FLA.

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I CORKKSrONI>K9ICK 1MVITKU. STENCILS FCJINISIIED.McCOMB .
Proofof Georgiana.Mr.
Thc FERTILIZERS.. {
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the and Mrs. A.R. Moore, of Palmetto & CO.
Hall, at Merritt, attended church here
,
puddingis Sunday. Use our Pineapple Brand if you want to meet ,i
The Misses Mary Allen and Cora Mun-

son spent a very pleasant afternoon with 000 'V'V'L\.shl.n.g"ton.' / : St. Now Y orb:... f
in I Uncle and Auntie Hughes: Monday. with success.

I Mesdames Wethey and Maud Wagner ... [nkc a Specialty of...
.' were pleasant callers on Mesdames Anthony t
Eating. I
the Bruners and Hughes, Thursday
afternoon.Mrs. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: raJEANS

Ammonia ............"............. ..: .... ... .. .... .......... 4 to 5 percent.
A. L. Bruner and daughter, Beth, Available rhosphorlo.tcud.. .. .................................. .. .... ............. 8 to T per iwnt.Totaitb N
spent a pleasant afternoon with Mrs. K3: O.......... ............. .............. ........ ........ .. ..... ............ 8 to 9 percent.Largest w
Try Luna Hainlln and daughter, Miss Elsie, > aa .
Price $30.00 PER TON F. O. B.; JACKSONVILLE,
at Mr. and Mrs Page's Monday.Mr. .

and Mrs. Smith, of Grant, came Favor Avith of
us a shipments
up, Friday morning, and bought nine part your ,
hives of bees from Mr. A. B. Carter. I

SUa1ner'sCheese.: They noon. called at Mr. Page's In the after- dealers in fertilizing material in Wo won't ask you to continue If others! beat us. I,::


J. W. Bruner and little daughter, Winnie

went to Oceanus and return, Satur- the State.All '
day, where Miss Winnie got that prettynew Photo Co. \
.
ocean.pink bathing suit wet, while in.tho Supply .. .


Mrs. Luna Halnlln and children, Miss Correspondence cheerfully ansverotl.VST" .

Elsie and Master Neal, of Melbourne, ... Vf. -oiitJHJCiiMtiiifiii: Tvoiluli' : Co.
West Palm Beach. came up, Tuesday of last week, for a
week's visit with }Ir. and Mrs. Page. ,
They returned home Tuesday of this/ Write for Special Pamphlet. Tho only house In Florida devoting Its time to tho t'
,
We've been really and truly In the week. }{ODAKS
swim. We've had a genuine strike. AMATEUR y
Arrangements are being made to observe LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO .
In the last two weeks wo have lost fora Memorial Day here, and decorateall ,, OUit C'IAL'l'Y-nevelopll1:( and! Printing.. h }
number of resident 1
time, a our popula- the
graves In the! cemetery with tlow-
Give us a trial. No trouble to answer questions.
ers. The time of meeting will bo at 2 o' Teicllssorrvlll> :: Flprida. ;
tion.Mr.. and Mrs. Dwight Allen left, Monday clock In the afternoon. Everybody Interested fil King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

morning, for New York, accompanied Is cordially invited.Mr. __________----4-- __ --- -- ------ 1 1

by Mrs. Gardner. King and daughter, Miss Vlda and Melbourne. Tibbals.Mrs. IIII:KKHONVIM I<:\ N. t'. .

Jool Dean, the popular junior editor of niece, Miss Mary Tuten, of Artesia, came .

the News, made a flying trip to Jacksonville down on a sail boat,Thursday a'ternoon. I .

the past week. Mr. King stayed all night at Mr. Carter's ]\ JoHsle 11[. ]Moore\ of Boston, Is 1
and the young l.ulies spent the night with flOOI A noODFI.: -Real Kiitnte antI Loan. Hotel Imperial 1IENDERSONVILLK N. C.
Saturday, Mr. and Mrs.\ W. F. Worth- Myrtle Baldwin. They were on their i Airmit for JK.tii*, Ixmrion ami Livori'>II1! and visiting friends In ,this place
take their departure for Newtown (hobs> and Imperial Fire In nram'e. Bpurlul\ ,
ington way to Cocoa, where Miss Vida will remain attention paid to the Interests of nou-ruHl- Mrs. Plaits, mother of Dr. C. P. Platte,
L I., their summer home. a week or ten days for medical dunts.Jcir of Fort Pierce arrived, hero, Monday, Table and service first-dun/ Ball room and orchestra. Bath suites '

Mrs. Moffatt has moved her millinery treatment. Mr King and niece returned I and will spend! some time with her and all modern appointments. Moderate rates 4
""II1(1l'cll\l rates to
( '
rooms from the Seminole block to the homo, Friday.J. : Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, I daughter, Mrs. Frank Harton. f'
the pink of the East Coast, will bo families. Apply to 111 RI4. 1'. Jr. I.OVK.: f "
Weyhecht building, on Clematis avenue. II. Anthony and wife, of Palm Beach, received at paper the Melbourne Fostofflco. The handsome cottage which Is now

Alford Bottsford has opened an Ice arrived, Tuesday of last week and are being constructed here for Hairy Jennings

cream and cool drink store in the Semi- stopping at their place here, and having Miss Clara Hill Is guest of the'Orand will add much to tho appearanceof
nole block. All sorts of sweets constantly their valuable orange grove worked and View this week. our settlement, and we would be THE SOUTHERN FRUIT CO. T
on hand. fertilized. They are also visiting their cottage, pleased to see many more such buildingsgo *(
host of friends. They" took tea at Mr. Messrs. Dawson and Ray Ellis, of :Narrows up hero.
Miss Sarah Moses sailed on the 23rd, and Mrs. Wethey'B afternoon In town Tuesday.
Saturday ; were Mr. and Mrs. E. E. who have
from Jacksonville, on the Clyde steamer, Peabody 10 and 12 street '
Sunday they dined with Mr. and Mrs. for Urldgo; JACKflONVlLLK, FLA.
Seminole, for New York and Boston, and E. B. Phillips left here, Monday, been on cruise down tho const, on their
afternoon visitedat
visiting among friends, during the sum- I Hughes Mr. and Mrs.Monday Baldwin's. Ills old home In Waukegan, Ill. last.schooner They, Waif visited, rt'lvetlin Miami port, Koy, Sunday Largo\; Wholesale Fruit and Produce Merchants. }f

Mr. and Mrs.\ E. S. Young, left, last ,
mer.Rt. Captain A. B. Carter and Chas. Pro- and many other of the Florida keys, and .
Rev. Wm. C. Gray was a visitor vost stopped here with their trade-boat, I Saturday,, for their home In Baltimore report a very pleasant and Interesting Wo pay cash for all fruits and vegetables, or receive on commission ;,

our city for two days the past week, and Merchanr, Thursday. Quite a numberof i ]Id., trip giving shipper tho benefit of the market/ a 1\f

was a guest of Dr. and Mrs. Buraham our people went on board and did Lawyer. I. Metcalf, of Palm Reach, I I. 1 1We
F hI. Hudson of ,1
dinner in with Rev. and : this Pine Bluff, Alk., PROMPT: mvruiiNM.: oitmntH: 1"11.1.1nt: idWI':ST UICIS.':
at company visitor to town
some trading. They went on down to was welcome our who Is member of the law firm lot Hudson '
Mrs. llInd ry. Lotus that night, giving the Captain anopPol.tunUy week. Jk Criiwford' 1, of that city, spent! Tuesday want- !

Rev. and Mrs. Paine were given a reception of visiting; his family nt this :Jlessts.Joseph McAllister /and P. K. And Wednesday in this place as the TOMATOKH<: LIMI'INEAI'1'I.1N: : : 1IANAN, COCOA()( NUTH, I.Jo: IONH, t tOltANOKS ,

by their congregation friends place. They were at Oceanus, Saturday. Paddison, of Eau Oallle, spent last Sun guest of Mr. and( Mrs.\ J. T. Waters Mr. :: CUJAVAS AIM'LKS, I'OTATOKS:: ONIONS CKLKUV: : .
generally, to wish them bon voyage, as They will\ \ go up Banana river, and then day evening In town. Hudson also visited Miami and other POULTRY AND) EnC1( Address '
they sail lor a year's stay in and around on down as far south as Jupiter. places along the Coast, and speaks of .

Loudon, England. Miss Grace Cummings, of Melbourne Miami ns being p. very prosperous town. j
THE SOUTHERN FRUIT
COMPANY
for Illinois
Beach, left hero Tuesday, }
Dr. and Mrs. Mulford bid adieu to THE MOST STUBBORN Coughs; resulting then on to her old{ home In Michigan. The first shipment of pineapples, this r
their many friends the coming week to from an attack of la grippe or season, from this. place, was. made on 10 and I 13 111Idge I I Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

one and all. We wish them God-speed, heavy cold, must yield to the wonderful Mrs. Carter and tho Misses Susie Carter Tuesday. from the plantations of Miss S --- -- -' -. -
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--- --
and an early return. They left for New healing; properties of Foley's Honey anti and Jennie Strawbrldgo left, last Tibbals and J. T. Waters The fruit
York on Tuesday. Tar, which strengthens the lungs and Tuesday for their summer home in Sharon : was first-class, .sizing mostly IS anti :24. AVIimi To Slop ,'''".rU.ln/C. I'otat.s ae 1I.lInl.

makes them sound., 15. R. Wilson & Son. Penn. The continuous rains will\ add<1 much to

Wallace R. Moses, our successful real Mrs.\ Cotrell, a sister of Mra. W. H.Boaujoan the size of our late fruit, which an a rule An English journal requested a number Our neighbors at Hustings are strictly at
la
estate agent; camping at Allapatahat- 11I"maletltln\ the ofIII\ loading adveitimers to give In It with their this. .
chce from of business of Melbourne Bench, left here early shipments.The potato crops' season
recruiting
press Rockledge. their opinions eonooinlng the best time and their returns would make tho"Yllnkou"
her homo in Chautauqua
for 1
Tuesday
,
during the season. Mrs. Moses Is ably ladles( of Tlbbids have organized a
advertlHlng, and tho
: to stop following replies farmer down In' Maine have
lllling the office In his absence. New York. club, known as the Yacht IronuSaturdny I ve.l the '
were I cue : nlKlitnmro As n siiinpln of what
The West Palm Beach Free Heading A. D. Penney, of Tltusvllle\ was In Mra. Dillon\ and son, Ralph, left here, Afternoon Bathing club, and Saturday/ When the l population centos to multi- they are doing, Mr '. UOO
Room recently received valuable collec- town last week, looking lifter his political Tuesday, for their homo In Indiana, after last being their second( club day, seven ply, and the generations that crowd on barrels/ for which ho received, three

tion of magazines and Illustrated papers Interests. spending several months here, In the teen were present In the spacious\ cock after you and' never hoard of you stop thousand, six hundred.\ dollar Mr. F,.

from the Union Club, f In New York City, Our worthy postmistress, Mrs EllenJ. Phillips cottage pit of tho, yacht, clad In their bathing coming on L. Drown .shipped\ ) barrels and I got ono
suits and
at the hour nil 1
given
the kindness of of its members plunged When have convinced. everybody( hundred .dollars net. Five dollars
you
through one well
E. R. C. Wilson, Is the possessor ofa The McBride cottage has been In the briny waters of tho Indian\ River pet'I
F. W. Roberts, who is also a winter fine new Columbia bicycle. filled with guests, the past week. Miss In the club whoso lifo will touch yours, that you barrel Is good money for potatoes ,
resident of Palm Beach. of la still enjoying the are sonic very expert swimmers have better goods and lower prices than The nbovu IK but sample; carload
Gates Chicago;
Mrs. G. W. Skelley and little daughter. --they all can dive, even If others they can gut anywhere oUu after carload him, boon going forward
Lumber was carried to the Lake Park, Ituth, and Miss Minnie Hardee, expectto hospitality of this cottage. have to pull them up. After the bath, When you perceive It to bo the rule during the past four woeks--some days I tl has

Monday, preparatory to erecting a stand leave to-morrow for Mrs.\ Skelly's homeIn The following Jolly party of young: people tea wall served with sandwltches, cheese, that men who never advertlso are outstripping high; as Ion cars. The farmers there

for the West Palm Bench band, moneyto Janesville, Via took a trip to Melbourne Beach, last chainpalgnk walfors and cake, and then their neighbors In the 111\11I8111111 are woiirlng broad smiles these .d\\ys.-
the amount of $175.00 having been Saturday: night: The Misses Stasis" Car- fancy candy was passed 1 around by one of business. Ban Mateo Item.Thorn .
subscribed by the citizens, In appreciation Joseph Paxton expects to leave todayfor ter, Mozell Williams, Helen nnd Jennie of the young lady members, which she When men atop making fortunes rightIn ___ !:
Cal. where he. will
of the delightful music furnished by Los Angeles, ordered especially for the club 11Willi'
Hoke A. J. tho direct
J. A.
Miller, and the Messrs. sight solely through
spend several weeks with his father and your I U but one Chronic; ))I"e""o
specialist
the band. Promeuade concerts are promised Martin and Dr. Peek. much appreciated by all. It Is the In- I
M. the
Goode, S. use of mighty agent.;
mother Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Paxton.Mr. ot note lu'\4'I'I'I.II\-U.\ Vincent of
during the summer.Dr. tention to have those meetings;( when When can forget the words of the ,
Miss. Sue Hopkins left here, Tuesday, weather U favorable at the \ you Jacksonville. Wrlto him for symptoiu
Burnbam has been called to Jupi- and Mrs. B. W. Jerome and Capt. pavilion on shrewdest and most successful: men concerning blanks 'I
on 'a visit to her old homo In Ypsilante, the beach and, also tako and
ocean
last a dip
left
ter several times in the last two months and Mrs. C. J. Coggln;: Saturday has been the tho main cause of tliolr prosper
Michigan. Miss Hopkins swim In the old Atlantlo well. -
In Mr. Jerome's finely-appointed launch, as IL
to attend to a severe case of spinal teacher the :Melbourne publlo school Ity.
Volunteer for cruise to Miami. Louses In lnepecllon of atete Tro"iin f
of the a .When and fresher '
trouble, the patient being a young son for number of and has won the younger
Mr. Dawn, station agent. Ills last visita- They expect to be absent some time. love a and years of children and friends UNAI1LE TO WOUK.-Cbas. Rcploglo, your line cease starting up and, using the -

tion resulted so favorably that at last Miss Kate Eyer left, Saturday, for Atlantic by her womanly respect manners. We trust she of Atwater, (>., was unable to work on trade journals In telling the people how In pursuance of Section :.11)), Chapter

arcounts the little fellow was able to run City, N. J., where she expects to will again return In the fall to fill her.old account of Kidney\ trouble. After using much better they.oan do for them than .KIH4, Lnwsof. Florida, the Adjutant-Gen.
about in almost a normal condition. spend the summer. \[ er's popularity place. Foley's Kidney Cure four days he was you can. eral will Inspect the oompanlos and biit- !
among; the young people of Cocoa cured. B. It. Wilson & Son. When you would ratiuerhaveyour own tense. of the Florida" State: Troops, and /

FAMILY JARS are more often the result and Rockledge/ was attested by the crowd Pneumonia follows !grippe but never way and fall than, tako advice, and win. the divisions of the Florid.. Naval Mill-

of Indigestion than anything; else. gathered at the station to see her start on follows the use of Folev's" Honey and Klondike.Klondike -- --. -. ---. tla, at the following places along the
To l'rv nt ennbrrn.To
Dyspeptics are usually Irritable, nervous, her journey. Tar. the great throat and lung remedy. EastC'oiwti'
cranky Individuals who make trouble for U. It. Wilson & Son. Company L, Second Itt'glment, Miami,
Informal those who are compelled to bo out
Mrs. George S Singleton gave an -
nil those around Dr. Ford'sDyspepticfde June 1 8 o'clock
them. Loyal Is on the boom p. m.
these hot the following
of doors
In honor during days, -
affair Monday afternoon
makes the stomach right Company I, /Second, Regiment, Key .
and restores health and happiness in the of Mrs. S. O. Wade and Mrs. II. S. Williams Grant.Mr. n. Milton left for Tltusvllle on Saturday remedies will perhaps bo beneficial West, Juno 2, 8 o'clock I'. m. 4 r
both of whom expect to leave soon t.I1elvy. to prevent sunburn, suys a welter
household. B. R. Wilson & Son. First' Division, Battalion Florida Naval
to spend the summer in Georgia. Most In I'ralrle Farmer: Mllltlit" Key 'ellt. Juno 2 0 o'clock
showers this week greatly benefit ) p. m.
delicious Ice cream and cake were serv- Stellla left here, Monday, for Huntervlllo There are many simple\ r..meillea I at Company I), Second Itoglmant Palatka -
Bovine. ed, and in splto of the rain, the afternoonwas to build a residence for Mr. our corn crops. hand l, whereby we may reduce thin menace June 13, 8 o'clock p. in.BattaryA .
most enjoyable. Mrs. Singleton's Hunter. Kills Cobbs expects to leave/ for Titus- to our beauty. An excellent! way of Light Artillery Jackson
Mesdames Wade, Williams, vllle Monday]\ next. preventing sunburn Is to wash the face, ,
guests;( were ville June I 18 M o'clock
m.Third .
and F. Russ of Tltus- p.
E.
A. J. Durkin
Savage's postmaster, M. ,
Stephenson, Hardee R. II. Patteson, C. W. previous to going out, with a solution
G. S. ,
is over on a visit to his many friends Harrison and C. B. Magruder.; vlllo, are employed here, fishing for Miller Oco. Hall was visiting hla family, at made by dissolving ten grains of borax division, Battalion i Klorld.i Naval .
this week. & Ctristensen.: Sebastian on Sunday lastj and. one drachm of alum, In a pintof MllltU\ ,_Jacksonville, June 18, 0 1). in,
-"-'--
E. A. M. Stewart has gone to Lake SORE. "I had Capt. Wm. Futch has been laid up This years coon crop will bo the finest rain water.
Barney to meet Mr. Plait's cattle, which CURED A RUNNING breast-for overa with a lame. back for several days. We ever rained In this section.J. To walt the face several} times a day Powder AIIII! Kxplonlon: .
a bad running sore on my buttermilk will also
with fresh
lie is bringing to Bovine. year," says Henry R. Richards, of Will- are glad to see him about again. 8. Illrd and If. Weeks of Sebastian, sunburn and will tend to bleach prevent even a Removes everything In sight; so do I''

Jas. S. Bell 'of Fort Pierce spent! seyvllle\ N. Y., "and tried a !great many A turtle hunt was arranged; for Tuesday Are visiting with Oeo. flail/, this week. very tlarlt skin. drastic mineral pills, but both are mighty I

nearly a week with his uncle, B. J. remedies, but got no relief until I used evening: but on account of the inclemency O. Kitties l is assisting. Contractor Davis> A very simple decoction, and yet one dangerous. Don't dynamite/ the delicate
his late Salve. After using one half box, of the weather It machinery your body with calomel II r
Stewart. lIe is quite weak from Banner wan post his work this week. which Is said by an exchange to he one
illness. I was perfectly cured. I cannot recommend poned. with carpentering of the very bent cosmetics known for croton oil or aloes 1 pills, when Dr. King's

It too highly, and will never be hereto Judge/; M. S. Jonf. Is down from Tltns- keeping tho skin fair and clear Is to Now Life Pills, which are gentle us .a
has left
Mack Simmons, of Osceola county, without it in the house." B. R. Wilson. Christopher Christensen ville, looking after his fine orange grove. take a bandftilof freshly plucked parsleyand summer breeze, do the work perfectly.
was over at Bovine to get his bond fixed take charge of a. section at Kodger's.The Cures headache, constipation. Only ;J.o:
up to carry the mall from Savage to good will of the community goes Quite crowd of cow boys from Fort put It Into a jar which has a \lid; at U. 1C. Wilson A Son's drug tore.
Lanier with him. Drum, were herding cattle In this vicinity pour upon It a pint or more of boiling
Banyan.Green last week.Contractor. water, shut down the lid and allow\ the
Messrs. Bradford and Kennedy are In .,- Our genial postmaster, Mr. Jorgensen, decoction to become perfectly cool. Then Don't throw away your money !:
Bovine, gathering Mr. Bradford's cattleto contemplates the best summer season he Davis has just completed a bathe the face, neck and arms with this. patent Tnmllclncs. Dr. Vincent's advice
mark and brand. They crossed Lake corn shipments are about over. has seen In Florida for years. Let us dining-room and kitchen to Judge Jonas' This Is certainly simple enough to deserve alone Is worth a gallon of "cure all"

Winder. The Banyan fishing fleet-Dream and hope so; lie Is A hustler and ought to dwelling/ house.It at least a trial. Stun Write him at Jacksonville.
be for business. know. --- --- -- P
Fred Houston, James Henderson and Snooze-will soon ready Is rumored that we urto to soon havea

Craig Hopkins have gone up the St. Pines are showing up nicely. A few (}eo. W. Scoble's new fish house Is good road from Fort Drum, via Klondike Ills. f.lfe'Va... Hnveil. For Hula Cheap,

Johns River, opposite Fort Dram, for a boxes will be ready for market by June something much needed, and quite an to Woodley. Mr. J. E. Lilly a prominent citizen of \ )

three weeks' 'gator hunt. Improvement to our shore. Capt. Walk- Julius Johnson Is the champion coon Hannibal, )fo.. lately had a wonderful The sloop DoWRltle; large and Ii
15th.There n and Fred Scobie, of Tltusvllle, attendsto deliverance from a frightful death. In I''
will be a fine crop of guavas! hunter of this section, having killed 13 with roomy; 40feetlong11ft.besmoabin21;
of It he "I taken
the shipping department.A telling says: was ji
No ft. long 10 ft, wide, by U ft. high.
Right To Ugliness.The but most of them will be utilized at coons In ono week. typhoid fever that ran Into pneumonia. Every

woman who Is lovely In face, form home. party of )'oungladlN and gentlemen Henry Holmes and 8. Hare, two prom. My lungs became hardened. I was so convenience for waters Good chance to
and friends but numbering twenty, from here, attended get a party boat cheap. Apply to
temper will always have Drum weak 1 couldn't sit In bed.
from Ft. paid
even
C. Creech and:l family will leave inent stock men up Mrs. D
R. festival by tbllmemb..ra !KO. COOK
one who must keep the strawberry given
be attractive
her would and shortly for West Palm Beach, for a few of the Union cburcb of Male this section a visit, on Wednesday last. Nothing helped me. I expected to noon Tltusvllle FU.
health. If she Is weak, sickly ,, die of I beard of Dr. ,
all) run down, she will\ be nervous and Ir months. bar. They all speak highly of the good While assisting Contractor Davis' to King's New Discovery. Gull bottle gave
kid.ney time they had, and look forward to an frame to Judge Jones' barn, ,
ritable. If she has constipation or raise the relief. I continued to use It, anti now am Administrator' Notice.NOTIOE .
trouble her Impure blood will\ cause Volcanic EruptionsAre Ice cream festival shortly.If Postmaster Jones sustained quite a pain. well and strong 1 can't say too much In -
Pimples blotches skin eruptions and a ful Injury from a nail, which struck him "
Its This marvelous medicine Is
bat skin eruptions rob life praise. If'* tRJKY: : OlVEor: to all C'r\t-
grand,
wretched complexion. Electrlo Bitters Bncklen's Arnica Salve cures in poor health consult Dr. Vincent, In the corner of the left eye. the surest and quickest cure In the world l x t*-., I I. the best medicine In the world to regulate of joy. and fever Mohawk[ building, Jacksonville, FU. for all throat and lung trouble. Regular! havlnit/ claim,' or domanil. cutout the lut-
stomach, liver and kidneys and to them; also old, running sores, Science has found that rheumatism Is sizes 50o and *I. Trial bottle free at B. taM of r.A. fb.|.".l, dweaiMM], la present| them
ulcers boils, felons, corns, warts, cuts, within twoS(: ),.a.* from the laM bimwf to the
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Purify the blood. It gives strong nerves, burns, scalds, chapped hands, BUILDING MATERIAL, brick, lime, caused by uric acid In the blood. This 1C.) Wilson A; Son's drug store; every bottle nn bright eyes smooth, velvety akin, rich bruises chilblains., Best pile cure on earth. cement, shingles: lath, sewer pipe) ,etc., Nosrheumatsm excreted by tha kidneys. guaranteed. p.n"n. ladelitiHl to r. A. Cliappel will Mttlo
complexion. It will make a good-look. with healthy kidneys. with /
and aches. Only 23o a to carload lots or less. Very lowest th..od.ngoal.JoErx T. BROWT.
log charming woman of a run-down in Drives Core out"pains guaranteed. Sold by B. It. prices. Foley's Kidney Cure always makes them Pleas* mention the ADVOCATK when Ailnlnlatratorof MM. EntaM: of V.A. Chap..l..

drug valid..tore.Only 60o at B. K. Wilson .t Son's box.Wilson: A; Son, druggists.! 0&0.11. FKBXJLLD Sanford, Fla. well. B. K. Wilson Son. writing advertisers. TI u""TIII, ., ria.! ,May:30, juice), 76oflejol"



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pOTASH* gives solar The Politician"STAGE GLINTS.will be used by Jr Florida- East Coast" !Ry

flavor firmness to John W. Ilansone as a vehicle for
tarring. TIME TABLE NO. 25. IN EFFECT APRIL 11, 1900.
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fruits. No fruit Paris Is having a siege with /a play xy n
all good : BOOTH BOUND (Bead Dovra.1 Bead Up) MOaia BOUBp.CO .
having tot Its motive the elopement of yojta

can be raised without a couple la an automobile. : ? j II Dally No.lttt belly!' STATIONS. Daily DaUy allu"if
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Maurice Barrymore now In the cast .3 j GI: ea TMp6ir:sit 80Aa Lv.........JwluloDvtlllI ...........r -". _." IU6&a- ;
I of "Becky Sharp has finished/. play v >p 10 ** Ar....... be.! Au a.tln. ......JLiv lillOI' II Yea
Potash. which Modjeska is reading. G-4 *Sep lU few Lv...... St-uIru.tfns....- Ar 616p 11E4 4U.L7 .
O67p 11 iMa '. ........ n..rtDlf8. .........: 64011 VUba .b b l7i6a
Charles I law trey, the John Drew ot e U-p U 4 Fertilizers: containing: at least England Is to tour this country next -: .GQ TCp 1 "." .... :.Mill! !<......-hrm"-....... 'Ti I : "'9 _rtt t:
season under the Frohuian management Ifttr SOuv t':.. .,"....!"stark.'"-.H..A'.1.I!!!:l? 11141& 8" 0rt1
g Tuft .....r.......... as ........t v f5E4
8 toQ% of Potash will give Ea 0 {yp ._... ah nun....*"."*
Louis Mann Is Quoted In an Interview I E-4 II 1lI1' tY'_ t Pa.I! __..Ar p
as being ambitious to play Shylock 1 qqq'41 1 Wp ...........u anon .__ : 11m 15 Q j.D2
all fruits. Write o C) || .
best results on 6 .MM. .. aTtOD. ** ** *"* .. (:)
to !Miss Clara Llpmnu's I'ort1. u.a: ?d 9Uup 114" ._.... on Or-If"....NN" 41p4Up 654.W / Ia ...
but ho says now the venture will not fl C'$ 8 21lp 14I\p\ ....... ._ B PI yrfl*.."-'. : a IMIJr 6B4aibtta tQNt i
: E-4 ; 1I61p 94011" ;..........OakHlL.w( N.eo. 6i WI>
for our pamphlets which ought be made. this season. IIltlJp II ..........THus vllle.......... ftiuaBngett : i FP
heard that "Col' .lIe i: ...... np" ..........OI PolaO.......... ...... -
Having reports! .. u.a: ...... &1111' .. ......... .Coc .......... 47g ...... 0
to be in every farmer's library & Co. Is considered Indecent, even In j,4:; C'$ Ii ...... .1I>IJp .. .. ..ttockedre.......... I ...... :S
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Charles Frolimnu Pv4 0 ...... 3 Blip .. alp!
( Paris snapped up J&t ...... Suit( ........Melbourne.......... Ullp ...... m 1.1.S
They sent free. by telegraph and New York Is to have 1., e + ....... 4 Blip w ;..........Ho..t..L.......... 1111111\> ...... 50
are It f ..-4bf ...... .........Bebastlau.......... : ..... g.
as soon us poHxIMo. l r F. fq ...... 6t111111 ....... .tltt1.uole..... .. I 11008.! ..... :S
Victory But(>/naD. the actress, la to l jI da CO: L! .q ...... 64U|> ........:Fort Weroe......... ..... m 1
GERMAN KALI WORKS 0 ...... flOlp6uf to .........u Tibbal .........M H IY4a.) ..H. 2i"
marry Charles II. Mestuyer, a member H' ,.. .......... ...... .
E-4 ...... )|) ."" ... .. )jW; .. : a ( ,.
.1 N...... Si., Now Ycirlt. of the well known theatrical family. u.a.: ... ...... 61Up .. .....!...! Jeneeq ........... || 1 SS ...... Oy
_.. The known In life Victory Tri-'V ...... O trip ......... .Stuart. ........ 'o fta ......
lady (private at cckly Sailings 0 ...... aoop ........ .FIob.liound.: ........ IO 4a..u fAU
Free and Creese Is the daughter of Lizzie ...... foup ..... Wens Jupiter. ..... 0 a ......
; ...... 11111p .......W.sti'slm lieaali...... II Ss ...... a CjE4 ;
Accepted iy Masons. Creese, at one time a well known ac BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ...... 8! Yap _,........ Boynton .......... H 914s ...... '::J P.
tress. ...... Slip .... pelray: ........ ......
_u.a:_ CQ; ...... !8 Blip ......rb LauUerdale...... 8Q7a ......
1"rRllclsVlliJolI Is making a revival -.. .. .. .Lemon OUr.. TWIa .....
94p
Indian of Ermlnlp, which for the balance of fat Charleston, both ways) ...... 1l00f' Ar...... ...Miami .........Lv Iii" '.oo.. geW .

No. 00 the season he Intends, to alternate with Finest in the ), Par ur Car* on_TrnUin I lift anll 7M. .
The Coastwise i Service
"- ;t O>;.' his "Cyrano de Jlergernc." Mr. Wilson Steamships Batweem :New Smyrn. and Oraag Between Tltnsvill and -
r River'i /M'/A I Tlt.mvlllo. has! specially engaged Miss Pauline City J'anotion.fa Sanford.

r r.nrljto. Floilcla. Hull the original. Kruilnle, for this re The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. lo ".a o..t t, \','A1t4011 ( d, 'pa' o.. No.111 i tI AT10. 14. No 11

,hold hotol
month' tho Indian lUver. ,
: at Frank Daniels Is supported this sea- :!! .. .. ....O..t."n............ 1167.4uQ
4:!I)tiUUHp| .Uraiiite City. 1'Uf.p "
'lltiiMVllln' at 7:10) o'clock w
A.: A. :Htewart., : \Worshipful;; p.m., 'Master. son by a company of (IU) people. lie Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points 4 y>pIl21IipAr.Orabl.O'yJct. 12UOV SfllXl .........Enterprlrte.. ..,.....,. :: 1111.'ia
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II. 11. Wilson, Mentor' Warden.J. 0 UUnlAr .. ... Hunford........... 11 ((AwBetween
butwettu HndUity
All triLinit ;Row
binyrim Uraulle
has east of ,
a principals consisting
Charleston S. O. both
It. Walker,Junior Warden (Calling at ways) Junction dally except Sunday. between .
All trains Tituaville and Sanford
J. M.Dlxon, Trnasurer.. among/ others of the last ;year's favorites .
SEMI-WEEKLY; SAILINGS! dally except BuucUiy.No.KlNo

r.:J A.., C'lirruilinrs Morgan:: ; Hcmretnry., Honlor IX'aoon.F. Helen ICedinond. Kate Uart Norma loiithliouml...............;........ I.......,. ............. ..... ..... .from I.ewl Wharf, piston Jaok'ville and Pablo Beaoh. Them Time Tables. .show the time.* at whloh
A. I.oHlcy,Junior l>eaoon.I Kopp and Will Danforth. To this Northhoun'-....... .... ..,..... ... from foot of Hogim Street, JacksonvillaClyde's IS bTATlONti. No 111 No.lii train. may be expected to arrive and
I F. 1'1.' Clmiroe I caste have been added (forgo W De- depart. from the several Bt tions, but
I waruK.A. ... .
W"lton.fjtt TTipttM: kunvi lo.Ar
O.H. ( [ v. n \VUUa 450p) > arrival. or departure at the time.
Krosuhur Tyler. you tho young .American tenor. St. Johns lliver Tjine. 711\1' 10 sin Ar..f'.hlo Bench.,. Lv 7 Ba. 4001' stated in not guaranteed, nor does the Company -
AU trninx between meek onvflo and Pablo hold itself responsible. for any delay or
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. Beach daily except Hunday.\ Any consequences. arlntng therefrom.
THE COWPEA. THE TROTTING RECORD. > 'rrcop "flornlttm, ... aril: callow Ticket gents.or aodtlr" .
Jacksonville, l Palatka !Sanford Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's Illver J. P. BECKWITH TralBo Manager. J. D. BAHNKB, A. Go P. A.8TKAMSIIIP

A* an AwAiit In nore..fnl and Pro- Poland Is a new European market STEAMER St. Angttntlne.
Bremlvv Houllierii' 'nrmlnv. for the American trotter. "D. 3IUUC1IISON.' LINES.

In llHcyHMliiR furnilng In North Cnro- Tho ( : 2:23 CA.PT. W. A. BIIjCW.
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pacing mare Madre : %.
Leave toot Catherine Jacksonville 8.00 and Saturdays. Florida East Coast Steamship Co.
llna and urging tli'o benefits of growingthe has been shipped to London. street : p. m. Tuesday
Leave Banford II::00 a. mi, Enterprise: D::30 a. m., Mondays and Thursdays.,
southern field< or cow pea Professor Diablo. 2:09: '/.., led all Pacific coast PROPOSED SAILINGS:

Massey bni said: It Is not lii Its direct sires In 1SIH), with six new performers.Up Cen'l! Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.W. BETWEEN MIAMI AND KEY WEST.
action the Boll that tho value of the
on to Jan. 15 England had purchased H. W A WARBURTON P. A.. F.M.IRONMONOER, JR., Fla.Pas.ARt.. Leave MIamI Sundays, Tuowlnvs, WedneflilayH and Fridays... ......................11:00: 1'0 m.
.cowpea comes In to a Brent extent. 10,000 horsts la America for the 19 State Bt,, New York. \ 2<>t West Kay. Be.,Jacksonville Fla. Arrive Key Went Momlnys.WednOHdaya, Thursdays and Saturdays.................. 8:00: p. m.
Some persons will ask "If the growthof African 0. tOVELL, A..t. Fla. Bunt.. I JOHN. L. HOWARD Superintendent. Leave Key Went Thursday. and Sundays............................................... 1:00: 1'0 m,
war.
the pen Is such a benefit to tho soil, Jacksonville, FI.... I Foot Hopran. SE.,Jacksonville, Fla. Arrive. Mjuini Fridays and Mondays............................. .... .........._ C:JOa. m.
Scott Hudson has driven ten horses t TIIEO. O. ]KUKlt T. M., 8 Bowling(Green New York.
why not Ret It at once by plowing under WM. P CL.YDK* CO..General Agents, '
to an average record of 2OOV&: Scott BETWEEN MIAMI AND HAVANA.
Chembronch. 19 New York Uelowara Ave..Phnadelphls.Ocoan .
the whole crop? Much has been Building State! St. >1 Mo.
written In the north cwpeelully.( In regard Is 30 years old. SOUTHBOUND STEAMERS TOUCH AT KEY WEST; NORTIIBOCNI SAIL
Walter O. Palmer, the Nashrllle
DIRECT HAVANA TO MIAML
to what they call "green manur

ing" and many there advocate the horseman, says he has cleared up |30. Btan' ship Co. Leave Miami Sundays" and Wednesdays. ................................................. 11:00: p. m.
of of clover for 000 on mules Inside of a year Arrive Havana Tuesdays and Fridays................................................... fiitiOa. m.
growing
crops or pea J. S. Campbell of Butler Pa.,' has Leave. Havana Tuesdays and Fridays. ................................................._'11:00a.: m.
the solo purpose of turning them underfor Arrive. Miami Wednesdays. andUaeurdays....................... ........................ fittiOa. m.
manure. Imported a pair of 3-year-old Welsh "Savannah Line"Fast
ponies that he will' fit for tho show While it is the Intention of the Florida Emit Uoant Steamship Company to have their ships
This Is a very shortsighted policy 'ollow' regular Buhodulus as .atlvurtisiMl the line reserves the right at all times to withdraw
anywhere end particularly In. the rings. and Luxurious Route from their obi I'"orclraugetheir..lilin" days without notice, and to substitute any: steamer wb.nn".y
Freight Passenger
( ; I nor will the line hold itsuil responsible for any detention of Us steamers or delay
The stallion Antczrlla.' 2:16E An-
south. The 1)lowlngI1l1ler of a. mass : by In d"I".mrf'.

of green vegetation In n warm climate, teeo 2:10Mr: -UazeUe, by OilY Wilkes, Florida to New York, Boston and the East. "- -----------.- -'--- ...
and especially ou a sandy soil la apt 2:1tV: limes been priced to the Russians .i

to result In the evolution of organic at $:SdBn -.lh Southern X11:

acids to such au extent as at times to The bay colt, nowI.. yearling by

render tho land so treated' for a time I.ynne Itel IMO'Xj.: out of Flora, dam

wholly unproductive Green manur of 11'1'onlepRI1.: 2:03: :%, Is quoted. fast Railway.

ing Is wrong for another ..ell son. If natural pacer.In .

wo turn under at midsummer. tho green 181M/' when Cobwebs, 2:12: made

growth, we cut short the nitrogen\ Ms record ho won nix first, ono second

gathering tho plants would do for uA, and ono fourth moneys total $6,000< DIRECT LINE--QUICK TIME

for the greater part of this is done In and wan behind. the money twice.

the latter port of tho plant's growth J. II. Crosby of Lawrence has purchased -TO-

Bud by turning It under green we toxu Todd Lumps, 2:3O: from W. N. WASHINGTON BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
a largo part of tlio work that It would
Stetson of Faluioiitli. Todd Lumps ,
NEW YORK CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE
have dono later ou and at the snino stands 1JI.2.: and It U claimed ho Is the ATLANTA -

time run the risk of Injuring rather fastest pacer In the world for his size. BIRMINGHAM.. MEMPHIS CHATTANOOGA

than benefiting the Boll. Hut the most Searchlight, 2O3Vt: has won 2H. races .
Important point Is that wo thus burya I, ST LOUIS KANSAS CITY
and lost 0\I. won 7U( bents and lost 22, :List Xl.. Xll.. ..Pa.r1i: Son.
crop worth usually nf least $20 per won 43 heats .below :l':10!: and 12 below and all Points East and West.
acre as food for slock. Now It must 2.05: and captured JUl.KiC: in stakes SHOUT RAIL RIDE TO SAVANNA

suoce heI.. 'remarkably U such an profitable expenditure crop of food that and purses, all this In three season'sracing. Thence via Ship sailing from Savannah NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS


to All make experiments thin pny here and elsewhere 4 Ships each meek 4QSIII3PS The New York and Florida Express,

have shown that the best way Is to IU
cure the peas as hay and to feed themto \ .
stock and save all the manure care "Yes; he Invited the trust presidentto TO J.VE'VV' YORS.e::

fully to ho returned to the soil. And. It dinner. He wanted, to draw a mor The' United States Fast Mail
XJOJSTOZKTQAll : :
: : :: J*. WJL3353IS.: : to: : ,
beeu 8111'111100. He wanted to show the man
lye alMo proved that fully 75 percent
of tho maimrlal value can bo thus of the octopus that while he was gorging ticket agents and hotels are supplied> with monthly sailing schodules. Via Savannah and CharUtt.X. O.

saved and that the feeding value canto himself ou the best of everythingthere Write for general Information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservations or call on The Cincinnati and Florida Limited,

fully realized In addition and A were thousands. who were made E. n. nijrroy.t' WALTER HAWKINS, Via J..p.

profit made from the animals fed. poorer by his Iniquitous schemes." Tnilllo Manager Oen'l Agt.,: Tralllo Department.
The slavish dependence of the southern "How did It work?" /Savannah Ja. 21Y':! limy St., Jacksonville Fist. Through Vestibuled Trains--Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping Car

"It didn't work at all. All the ._ Through Coaches--Elegant Cars.
farmer ou the fertilizer manufacturer president -------- -- ------ Dining

has IXH'U largely' brought about ate was a little rice and water.

liy the failure to mnke the feeding of with a small slice of dry toast."- Florida Central and BETTER TIME AND BETTER SERVICE THAN EVER BEFORE.

took an Important "Jlart of our work. Cleveland 1'11111nI'RIt'r..
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Stock feeding and the saving of manure Through Pvllnan Sleeping Cars bet...... Jacksonville and Cincinnati
. lie ... ............
at the very foundation of all successful NNNN'NNNNDoes O., Via Ash.Tlll.. N. C., and KaoxvllU, Through
agriculture, and the man who
"THE LAND OF THE SKY."
supposes that In tho long run he can t Peninsular Railroad.
do with commercial fertilizers alone the
.
Through Trains via South* Railway aro now Operated. .......tI..with
will find that be doe It at tho expenseof

the permanent fertility of tho soil. Unexcelled service from Florida to all points the Plant System: from Jacksonville.

The pea, aided by the application of I Baby Thrive
: : for Ratee Bodied alee and Information call address
mineral fertilizers, will give us a good on or

deal of the organic matter that we North East and West.Two A. OIBARDEAU.: T. P. A.. or W. T. COSBY; T. P. A..
need but the organic matter and plant t If not something must bet aiil We.t Bar Street Jacksonville, Fla.

food In the form of barnyard and Htabl with its food. If the RANDALL OLIFTON. DialrloS Pa.i.nK.r Ageat. Savannah, (H.HARDWICK..

manure have never ;yet been fully wrong 1. M. GULP W. ::\., TURK S. IL .
Imitated In chemical matters alone.Vheru mother's milk doesn't Trains dally between Tampa Jacksonville, Savannah and Columbia, carrying Traf'lio,.. Manner Gen. Pea Art. Aut, GeL J'_ AiL'
VI .l\ln""on." u. O. Waihinaton. D. .
GL Atlaai .G.
\ there In no profit In the fetdtntfof I ish it, she needs nour-I']Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping( car, connecting at Columbia With sleepers for I .

stock It Is true thlt,0\ can bury EMULSION. It -T

tile the peas ground In the ti> hogs soil/ or and feed make them tho oft soil on elements of fat required t Washington Baltimore, Phila. and New York. MALLORY STEAMSillP LINE.:

increasingly fertile, but there are few t the baby. If baby is not 1. Florida, New York

localities In the south where the feedIn nourished by its artificial Also with Cincinnati Sleeper!' Asheville.. Philadelphia and Boston.

*; of beef or dairy animals cannot heun.le t I From Itmnswlrk (direct), to New York.
food then it
requiresScott's a
/ a profitable part of the farm I m t
work. t III PAR3ENGEII .SKItriCE.T0 .
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"Dixie Flyer" ,
EmulsionHalf make "nnwtlone with steamer., leave Js.ck.nvllleI
Corn Cirnwflnv In th4' !South I I I nlon impot)on Thursdays Cumberland. ( Kontel.) rte III.>
The Mouth tins. special advantages for Through Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louis via, Jernundnaat 1 :uTt) p. m. Meals, en routes or"all lUiil" '7 4S
the mining of corn In the long noasoit a teaspoonful threeor i arrival p. nt. (.at Brunswick Hvntemi' arrive Hrunswlck. lli<>. Fassengen. on
go directly aboard ..tealDer.PROI'OOol.D .
during which It may be grown and In four times a day in its Lake City, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga and Nashville.
the ready mile for the crop at remuwratlvo SAILINGS!

prleex. Planting may; be done as bottle will have the desired Making; connections for Kansas City, Chicago and all points In the Northwest I>.New York, Pier 21 E. R.,.OOp.: m., (Standard Time.) Brumwl..
surly as. February In the 'gulf states, or effect. It seems to have a Lv.
Fr/day!, ]'farce. ..... .. ... ............. ...
RIOORAXRE ... .
be deferred until !; .... ...... ..
It after a of .....Frt.lav.Jlr"11'
may crop effect babies Friday. Aprha ......... ............... ..
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magical and fOLORAIio .. .... .. I'Friday'
rusts or clover has bven gathered from upon Through sleeping car service between Jacksonville New Orleansvia ', '' 13......."....""'..... OKA I.E... .. :.... .... .....FrVdav.. .. *!
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the land In June. Killing frosts, rarely 4 and children. A fifty-cent River Junction and rensacola. 'S :20 .... ............ ..... .. 'OLOIL\DO........ ..V".V.V.V..V."Frlda7' r.

occur before November, so that even t bottle will prove the truth Full Information on application to any agent of this company. For general Information,ate.men.train.,rate, etc.,apply te
the latest plantings have ample time to
of our statements. BASIL GILL, Agent, 220 W. Bay St.Jacksonville.H.
mature while the early plantings maybe A. O. McDoncll L. A. Sliipmnn H.RAYMOND,General Southern
harvested In time for growing hay' $ Should b* taken la summer ft Agent Branewlck,Ga.
or for sowing winter oats or some oth- well as willie C. MALLORY A Co..General AjrenU..Pier :gl. K.' River and 355 Broadway.N.Y.

till ground. In mod and .11 General I Pass. Agt. Asst. Gen. Pass. -
rr crop on same !oe. It oo dragllsta Agt. ---- -"---
1""l\lItll'lI.thp entire crop finds. a ready 4 SCOTT BOW E. ChmUu,Nw York. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. The ADVOCATE does neat clean JoY
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IN THE SUGAR BUSH S.1LTOO.SI.nlSO: X. 1.'.
FOB MIDD E.ACED WOMEN. I

> Tx.'l I iT A "TsTT" I HOTEL I *I Mas '
,J I J Pr.-M*. mm* J'r.d set. trove Latrrteee. Wanes U.I..... Tar.oak.. EVERETT HOUSE.5.R.1'OO.
TITUSVILLjE Though tons of maple sugar are the "<'.....* .f Uf- fcy Lydia &.Ft_. .\ SPRINGS, X. Y.
At made, for the moot part in :New York tun'. "...1&.... c._.......
LNDLN RIVEK .. This beautiful family hotel will open for the IWh season under l the same
.Vermont, there probably
are majiypeople DEAR M B*. PiRH A M ::When I first management, on June let ItKM.New .
s FLORIDA. living on farms throughout tbe wrote to you 1 wa in a very! bad con plumbing, with toe latest Improvements, has been put in throughout
United States who hareno wore clear dition. I was posting through the the entire house, and it ha also been newly painted and refurnished.
idea of how maple sugar Is made than change of life and the doctors said I The hotel accommodates two hundred I guests (at reasonable rates) and bas
-'T...'.'.''... J. G. BAST, Proprietor. they hare of the production of electric had bladder and liver trouble. I had live hundred feet of shady 1'1......
ity. say a writer In Farm and Fireside suffered for nine Doctors failedto The location opposite Windsor Hotel on South Broadway. Is one of the best
1 years. in Saratoga.. and only one block from all the
from whose description of the do me any good..: Since I hare taken principal springs.
,A A s The hotel lronta on the process tbe following Items and illus Lydia E, l'i.nkbam's Vegetable Compound For terms and other particulars addressP.

wide sweep of bay(7( miles trations are reproduced: my health has improved very }(. SVARKZ. Saratoga Springs, X. Y.MANHATTAN .
ptP w t in width), formed by the Tbe sugar fult pie Is so called on account much. I will gladly recommend your 1
IndUn\ River, making a of the sugar contained lu the I
f, medicine to other and am sure that it Inn, X. Y.
delightful summer re sap Tbe person with no experiencecan will prove as great a blessing to them .. -- -- --"..
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., Constant cool
sort. hardly tell the difference betweenIt
eeMrttvl j breezes from the sea ands and water as It is clear and sparkling aa it bas to m",.1OIa.GEt>. II. JOE, ...'lanhutt n peach Swept by ()cetu ltreeees...
+ s t bay. Wl IVKalb Av*., Brooklyn 2f. Y.
PU14 '4 I Flowing sulphur and has but a faint taste of sug American

,- r ae i'G rates.JACKSOXYILLfc. springs.. Special summer ar. There is just about enough sugarto Relief Came Promptly ORIENTAL; HOTEL JOS. P, tKKAVEs 3tD.lter.1110!: Plan. 1.tnAger
v JC".T make It a little sckl! .,h. "DItAR )Iaa. IIUI.ul--I had been of Hotel \lc1lil..ro.t.:: Augustine, FI...
In the fall the greater part of the sap under treatment with the doctors for

goes from tbe trunk and branches Into four year, and seemed to pet no better. Manhattan Beach Hotel Knropean Plan.
) I the roots where, buried deep In thee I thought would try your medicine. T. F. EM.KCK, n1tger.

My trouble was change of life and I Grand Concerts Favorite
Operas, Brilliant Fireworks, Golf, Ocean Bathing
must say that I never had anything
erritt's OLD CARUTO help nw so much aa Lydia E. Pink- Sailing, KshlDg" Iteming;, Bicycling etc. Fifty minutes from Xw YoVk.Temperature .

Hotel Rathbun ; : hams Vegetable Compound. Relief seldom! varies from 70 degrees. Just the place to spend the
New almost I hare
came immediately.
Jacksonville, l Summer. For Information address Office of the Company, 19J Broad'y X. Y.
better health now than I ever b.... I
Market and Bay Streets, fronting St. Johns River. American plan. feel like a new woman, perfectly -
I E Pinkham'a In\. X. ..T.
JI\CII.
ELECTRIC ELEVATOR Street Cars from Depot pa a the door. strong. give Lydia'
Compound all the credit, and would
Family hotel; steam boat. OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Grill not do without her medicine for any

rooms attached Florida trade especially catered for. Pate: from thing. I have recommended it to HATHAWAY INN DKAL BKACII X. J.
several of friends. There is ,
$2.50 to $1. per day. Special rates by the week or month............ my no
need of women suffering so much for Hathaway Inn Is situated n a plntean about forty feet above the
Lou Con in charge of office. C. A. MERKITT. Lessee. Mrs. Pinkham'a remedies are a sure en level in a I large elm and maple) !grove, surrounded by beautiful

cure.-" MAUAUA HUTLKH. Bridgewater lawns, front which .a .grand ocean view Is had. Golf is a great featureat

WINDSOR HOTEL... JACKSONVILLE FL.I Another, 111. Woman Helped Deal being the site of the finest golf! course and club house In the

country Hathaway Inn only caters to the most desirable class of
THRKK MKTRODS OP COLLECTING SAP. "DtU R Mm PJIKHAM :-I took Lydia people and Is first-class. In all\ lu appointments Send for booklot and

e ground It will not bo chilled.\ In the K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound partlcul"n.p ly to
of life and derived
I spring beginning In the latter part of during change great A. L. A C. \V. MARSH, Proprietors.
MART h, JAJIKS
from its ,
benefit -
use.
.
t7 February or first of March, accordingas ..
the season Is forward or backward, 136 Coyilon I SU, Bradford, 1.... -
: :a it JlI:XS() \'II.I.J: x. Y.
; ,
!
wj
.. ,, -tt. n ,,' the sap \begins to ascend the body of
tbe tree the ,greater: part In the outer
,, : .1. !
:
:, 1f Tiii : layers of the tree. Securing! this sap
? ;J Ji fi-mfi i'lil! 1) .;!'. \! as It ascends and olllug It down constitutes PERSONALITIES.Admiral THE GABLES IIEN.ONVII.I.E OBKKX COUNTY,
j r "LJi\I\!! :! ,- ij1 : '.''' : the work of maple sugar mak C,\TftKiLr. Mot'VTAiNs, X. \"., In the Summer.

:=; c--> ; :. ", ingThe Dewey's salary la $37.60 a

'-- .t first thing It. 10ct the sap. In day, counting 311:) days lu a }('ltr. Melrose Hall ORMOXI, FLORIDA, In Winter
-- "- ---:-- _-.::- 'P rt: : ':\ the early days before the bit and bracean Mr. 'U'u, the Chinese minister at ,
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... ,I':- :;;...">- -- -- -, -- oblique notch was cut Into the tree Washington, has purchased an automobile Rates reasonable. Address, -' ,
near the ground and from this wound official and
OPPOSITE CITY PARK. OPEN TIlE YEAR ROUND. which be uses for social
RATES $2.:.)O and upward. DODGE & CULI.ENS. the sap would of course flow. Then tinder visits and for pleasure rldlus about CATSKILL MOUNTAIN HOUSE
the lower corner of this wound a the city MELHOSK HALL, Seoul A Lirrisi-oTT, Proprietors.

curved, hole wide front one side of the L" 11. Severance, the Standard Gilman WILLIAM nlllll!:.
tree to the other, but narrow up and l of Cleveland, has given $11I.n) )

Duval Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. down was made with a "gouge and to Obcillu ,,,oU" ;;"'. to b* used for the
Into this was driven a short wooden erection of a new uiviliuulcul labora :-

"' spout of the Mme shape which caught tory. If You Have Not
Opposite postofiioe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re the sap a" It dropped from tbe cut and Walther Ilauser, the new presidentof

novated. Newly furnished throughout. -Liberally conducted. . thus carried It to short wooden troughs Swlueiluud. Is oue of the best clAV .

Rates 2.50 per day and up. made by digging out basswood blocks. deal, scboluis lu his country and has
B. W. SPERRY Proprietor. After the bit and brace came Into use the"Uthlcs"
written a It-urned t-ouiuieuiury ou Found What You Want.
a hole wall bored Into the tree, and around .
- of Aristotle.John
spout made from a piece of sumac .
\\'. .Foster the well known diplomatist -

Hotel t I Placide TIlE MOST POPULAR OFJACKSONVILLE'S burned from out was which driven the Into pith the had hole been to bus accepted an Imitation\ todeliver For a Hom, suppose you take a trip down and look at our
eJ IIOTE n Course of three lectures at
convey the nap to tbe trough. Fruit sod Garden Lands along the
the
the University of Illinois ou early
Next tbe wooden bucket came Into
Entertains guests on the European or American plan. The rooms use. By driving a null Into the tree under diplomatic history of the United States. East CoastSettlers
will be given lu
The lectures probably
are the most pleasant best furnished and ventilated in Jackson the spout the bucket could be hung
anywhere oil tbe tree. AprIL
ville. Rates per day, DOc, 7.:->c, $1.00 and $1",0; American plan $J In the days of boiling In kettles color General MIlos bas long been \known

and upwards, according to the room. Special weekly rules to per was the last thing aimed at lu mak as one of the must accomplished horsemen are Hocking In but still there Is room. If you are
ing maple sugar which was a dull In tilt army. Since bl has boon .
manent guests. Sample rooms free to all commercial travelers.C. black when finished. Sweetness was stationed Washington ho has kept looking this way drop a line to

GARVIN GILMAINE: has entire charge of the culwine. the main consideration, and there was up his rUlliu.; nod every morning, whatever JAS. E. INGRAHAM Vlee.Pre.Uenl.! .
the! .weather be spends un hour or
two on horseback.Speaker H.OUIDA EAST COAST RY,

'WESTMORELAND) HOTEL. JACKSONVILLE! Streets, Henderson made an apt reply ST. AUOUSTINR. FLA.
FLA. to a remark that the speaker's duties

A\cre already shockingly' n(fluff
American and European plan. Centrally locat d. Just built and opened hln "Well," replied Mr. Henderson I

this season, Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold water "I am-not a. young as I \\'IU.Jut\ I aui I pLANT SYSTEM
not by 2<) years so old as I hope to lie :
Baths, Elevator: etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All at the proiM-r time." '

street cars pass the door. Rooms 50c, 75o;:; and $1 a day. Rooms and Adellna I'ottl! comes of a musical

board $2.00 to $2.50 per day. family. Her father Balvator Patti, -Tho Through Car I.Ine from Floilda. to the'.sT -

Mrs. A. J. \V WALKER Proprietor. and his wife were botli well known
singers of their times. They had four E. ,:n.a: ZvwE T.,.

daughters, all remarkable for their In connection with
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HOTEL OXFORD JACKSONVILLE, FLA. U beautiful voices' and ft son. Carlo who Tilt Atlantic roast s Line via Charleston. The Mont hern Hallway,vU' :Savannah
Opposite St. James Hotel. -' became a proficient, vlullulst. The I" Jc N. Rullruad, via Montgomery The )L and IO. Kail rout I, via Montgomery;

Convenient to all parts of the city commodious rooms, comfortable and, lI Frank Gould, the youngest son of The Popular Steamship Routes to the East are: ...
homelike and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant Jay (Gould has bought a splendid giant
OF
AVERAGE BUILINQ PLACE TODAT.
Rates reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when in Jack- Bt. Herunrd dog for JlO.iMX) of a Parl- Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company
sonville.stay. very no Incentive tb keep out the dirt and scan dealer. He lIRa not yet seen bill Via Savannah, and Merchants Miners' i'Transportation Company.
MRS. M. O. FINLEY Propr. I cinders for black sugar was Just as made It
purchase however having on To Baltimore. Now York and Boston.
and than chocolate
__ --, -, sweet sugar lighter the recommendation of the Countess
- -PAIJL.O- -n UKACII.- -- was looked upon us having been adulterated. Castellnne.! formerly: .. Anna Gould.! Si'I MMI2i I'L :JDXOUrLSXC>1'\T TXOnJDTS: :

Cphralrn Latullp. the Inventor. Is the to all :Summer I IU>s.rts will\ be placed on sale dune 1st.

Tbe next improvement was tbe large latest one to claim\ that he has rediscovered The PLANT SYSTEM: Is the, only line from Florida with through SleepingCarService
Ocean View Hotel PABLO BEACH FLA. pan placedlvon'an arch: made of stoneor the lost art of hardening cop to the" summer 1 resorts of Western North) Carolina and the mountains of

brick. About the same time later tin per. lie says h* can make It ns touch/: Virginia.; For' Information as to rates, slvcplng-car service, etc, wilte to
little
buckets came Into uxe. A
The Hotel Is located close on the Ocean front. East Coast'Railway now the metallic spout was Invented. ThisIs as steel, lit) that It will hold and carryan H. C. MC Fcl Cldon. Division Pnll..t'nRlrAlZont..

controls and performs the service between Jacksonville and Pablo Beach. now of such Klmpe that It fills but a edge as keen as a razor. III. brother IM West Hay Wt., Astor lllock, Jacksonville Fla.,

Trains hourly low rates of fare and a commutation ticket will be placedon small portion of the hole bored In tbe Is the roan who made a cannon of B. W. WrG n n passenger TrafioManaer.Savannsliin. .

sale on opening of the season. The cuisine and table flrst-claas.. Fresh tree, but Is held so firmly that the buck. rawhide. ------ -
Fish, Clams and Fish Chowder every day._ The bathing pnvllllon is superior et Is supported by It. It allows sap to Senator Hate Mill uses a cane' In THE ADVOCATE PRINTING HOUSE.Fine
in Its appointments. Meals !5o() each $2 per day. Weekly rates, flow from the outer layers of tbe tree walking. necessitated by the effects of .
where there Is tbe greatest amount of three wound received by him during
of Rooms ensulte and single.
$10 to $12 according to location room.
M. sap and that which makes the whitest the civil wo,. lie was successivelycaptain. r-' .J N
A. BECK Manager.ST.
colonel brigadier general and '
sugar. tt l
.
--- A few sugar makers have their plant major general the Confederate army V ..1 ,

AUOUSTINI so arranged that the sap or sfrufs does and surrendered with the Army of too\

I not touch wood after tbe sap leaves Tennessee In 1StS.EzPrsident : IutN
the tree. At tbe present time color Is It II rr1110D'. maiden .J
HOTEL ...FP.ONTINO OX THE PLAZA... an Important factor In the value of speech In the senate was a eulogy like _r: )

ALGONQUIN ST AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. maple sugar and at wood tends to that of Renntor' I"epewa.* The subjectwas / ) .
color It wooden utensils. of all kinds General A. .:. Ilurnslde. then recently ;

Centrally Located. Special attention to Commercial and Tourist have been discarded as far a* possible. deceased. Mr. Harrison submit -
Tbe maple sugar now made Is of alight ted the manuscript' to Senator Hber- rQi
Travel. Large well Lighted ample Rooms. Grand View of Bay and straw color. Any darker than man. telling him tq strike out what

that will not command tbe highest should be omitted. -Not a word." sold
Ocean verandahs. Rates $2 to $2.50 peday.:
from price, and If lighter adulteration <(wlthrefined Sherman after reading It over.

F. C. HAYDEN, Manager. sugar Is suspected. .

The sap Is gathered In a tank holding Blow lfe. ffrmlmmm !>!...
-- v
-- about. three barrel placed on a low Here l" a description of a Persia
sled with wide runners. Hoods are dinner. The feast Is preceded hy
PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, F.LA.:
made through the auger bush so theptht'rlnr pipes while tea and sweets are banded r: Io rITf yt icF/a: '
tank can be driven near all about Then the servants of the bouseappear t,.
IS.OYLY. It \is centrally located, nearPostofHce
for ROO
This hotel ls
now
pen tile trees.The bringing In a long leather
Bank and Cathedral.
week.V. sheet whl-b they spread In the middleof
$1.50 to 6.00 per
Rooms, nocts to $1.00 per day;
D. SANCHEZ, Manager. Other Side o( Broom c..... tbe flour The guests just around
As tbe phenomenal price of broomcorn this tailor fashion. When all are seated

- -. will attract many to enter into a flat loaf of bread I. placed before + 1 4". 4O b
WEST: PALM IIHACII. this Industry it may be well to recall every one. sod the music begins to

.,some of the less roseate facts about It. play. The various dishes are brought -
For Instance, that It Is a crop requiring la on trays and arranged round the
THE SEMINOLE WEST PALM BEACH FLA. special knowledge and tools. Is troublesome leather sheet at Intervals. The covers ...- -- -- ,-

sod expensive to harvest and are then removed, the host says. "Uls-
Under New Management. Open the Year Rooml. Excellence of thrash precarious because quickly mlllan'/ (In the name of 'hod). sad
Job Work Executed.
Cuisine specialty. Rates $2.50; to $3.00 per day. damaged by unfavorable weather and without another word they. all fall to. Quickly

,
at times very low in price. London Glob
Mrs. S. O. B. BURNHAM, Manager.
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8 I INDIA RIVER ADVOCATE, MAY 25, 1900.
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i BIRTHDAY, WEDDING BOARD OF TRADE- MEETING. OUR WHITE CITY. ROBBINS & GRAHAM Lesley <& :Motlo: rL-'


...and... A special meeting of the Board of WHITE!: CITY FJC.A., May 23, 1000.
& CO.
Anniversary Presents. Trade walt held Tuesday evening for the (Successor to I.OSLEY. RENAKER )
Editor Indian Ritfr Advocate:

i purpose iccoinmendlng of discussing the circulation the advisability of a petition The cry,. "still they come", to White U..I.rtwpors... Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and WhiskIes

@ /loW for the signatures of taxpayers in the City, from all quarters, looking for land Beers Ales and Stout. -
second road district; to secure the continuance for trucking and they find It Not only WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND Bottled ,

r JEWELERS, of the new roads. now In the that, but they \buy it, and plan out their A First-class Line of Cigars. **. Billiard and Pool Tables ,
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA course of construction, and levying the campaign or program for the coming season UNITED STATES COURTS.
necessary tax to pay for the !same. and will make things lively in the % Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention /given to mall
i Also, to discuss the question of the trucking industry. orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY MOTLOW, Titusville, FIn.'INSURANdE. .
THE ANHEUSER BUSCH building of a now school house to replacethe "Business first and pleasure afterwards
., one recently destroyed by fire. ," is the motto of the White City Abstracts of Title --- -- '

Also, to arrange for the proper cele truckers, and they knuckle down to their Protect Your ?
Brewing Asso's bratlon of the coming Fourth of July. work in true earnest and their gains are FIRE] :

Mr. G. M. Robbins, the vice- resirient, generally countodby the hundreds. at the Furnished to lands In Brovard and Dado Property Against __,_

it (.I Famous St. Louis Keg and Hot. occupied the chair, with J. U. Bast as end of I the season Counties;
tied, Hoot. Beori'tary., Many young single men are trucking LXG-EJTN"XN"G-:: : : .. I. OYOLONES.I .
t The members! present were: Goo. AimRobhinn and three or four club together and keep I'' all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual LIfe
Bold! liy MnHft.\ Txislejr, Fla.Ity ft.Motlow.Tltunvlllo ., Chan It. Walton 0. F. Duren, "bach," and live In "single blessedness"or represent Insurance Company Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City'

Mr It. I,. Motlow, Owns, Fid.Ity E. L. Brady E. B. Wager, R. VV. Rhodes, "cusaodneaH," as the case might be. Wo have a largo list ofIRAN Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.
Mr. W .,, Tanker, ('"ooa and L. A. Brudy J. 1'(. 11. Screvcu "The greatest objection to White City,"
r Fort flares, Fla. J. be lJlxonLJ. the For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CHAS; S. SCUUYLER,
u. Bant: an open sny they, "is scarcity of young ladies : :::: :ZD S Titusville
the} Fla.
meeting, following non-members and we know that tills was the

JOSEPH ZAPF were present: A. I). 1'eunoy, Chairmanof case In Colonial 1 times, In the history owned by ourselves and clients. Price .--- --
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County Commissioners J. R. Walker our own country, and l the young tobacco
Sole Agent. 1>.- B. Prltchard, It. L. Motlow andothers. planters of Virginia would /give so many for unimproved lands. $3.00 to $100.00per INDIAN RIYER ICE FACTORY.
hundred pounds of tobacco for bringingover acre.
After roll-call and the reading of correspondence from the old country, good looking, TITUSTILLE. FLA.Is .
' (010 to 020:! West Bay Street, by the secretary, Mr. Robbins respectable young ladles for wIves. I am -
j to furnish Ice in -Sacked or loose. Special attention
prepared any quantity
$ called Dr. Dixon to the chair and sure there are several 1 young men In WE have few
}, JACKSONVILLE, FLA., then explained in detail the action necessary White City who would bo willing to paya a Residence Orange paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto.T. .

to continue the work upon the hundred crates of beans or tomatoes, Grove and Pineapple Properties in desIrable T. WETMORE, Proprietor.

Choice roads He said if the Improvement of cokes or ogg plant, for a wife of this locations. a. Prices Reasonable. ------------------
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the roads was to continue, it must be '
s ,.ra Winos.Liquors done by petition of the citizens of the kind.We soldiers In the army use to ask one EAST COAST MATTRESS FACTORY.

ill and Cigars, district, do lgna'.lng the special tax for another, as an Introduction to conversation TITUSVILLE
the purpose, and not to exceed 7 mills and for better acquaintance, "Are OFFICES; 1 J and JIAMI '
Quaranloed Pure and that said petition must be published you a married man or a dog" It would Mattresses from $2.00 up. Renovating -lone on bhprt notice.

It Sold at reduced before It became effective. Five mills never fail to start a conversation on a
'dfr r. .price he doomed .would be sufficient to realize lively string and then could branch off East Coast Meat Market Call or write for price list.

I I J the amount necessary to do the work, on other topics. The White City young EAST COAST MATTRESS FACTORY Titusville\ Fla.
V Imported which would make $1,800' lie as nice a ,set of bachelors as fever
men are
Tokny; Wine said ho represented a number per 0 rear.} saw, and young ladies need not bo G. F. DUREN Agent. __ __ _. .. __ ___ __ _ __ __.. __ _. _n _
+{ from Italy. holders who were desirous of doing their shy of them on tnntiimontal question.

1 J pelt towards improving the roads. and One thing l Is certain they are not saloon c ;d O: ...For Prices On...
John B. Togni, he believed It would meet with general bums, and this is laying great deal for .
favor, as the money already expended a young man In these degenerate days. r'w.
I Metropolitan Silicon, 123: East Bay St. had boon to good puiponu.' Time trucking season 'being over they c::> S-3ardm-w-are

a, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Wholnnnle Mr. Robbins followed his remarks by start down to Eden and vicinity a few S W .,
tt offering a motion which wan seconded days to engage in gathering and shipping =
Itelnll./ .....
mill by Mr. K. L. ill'afJYt that the Board of. the pineapples until fall, when the trucking ,
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Trade request Mr. rank H. Hove to season will commence again. It is Crockery, I,
I ? solicit the-slgnaturoll of the taxpayers lathe wonderful and unaccountable how it **
*-TVl UI B BHNr/
HOTELS, BOARDING HOUSES district to a petition asking/ for the happened that the Kt. Lucie Valley has p C'U2 sins> Tinware
1 AND OTHERS levy of a M1-mlll tax for the Improvementof been so overlooked by home-seekers In ,
? the roads, and that the same! be published Florida, unless for the reason that the sue, 'yC
In accordance with the new road best, on n bill of fare is always left for .A. :N"ISS andWRITE STES..

act_ the last course. Thousands of acres have TITUSVILLE; FLORIDA.
The question wan freely discussed by been settled up for trucking purposes TO I
: those present. It was generally conceded elsewhere In Florida; while the St. Lucia
that ouch suction of the district, including has been overlooked and yet I ventureto rho rJlivoo) 'Vhy S.ASpRITCI3AR:' :: : : &:; SON::::

Merrill's Island and Canaveral should say, that no better land for this purpose -- e
t !have their proportionate share of the can be found In the State, and on WHY KILL YOUR MOCKING BIRD Box 21:!'

,If rotiwAnt Fr nh and Halt watnr. Klxh, Ov ter. amount raised by the special tax levy terms the most moderate and reasonable with stale food, when you can TITUSVILLE, -' FLOmi, >A. .
J Oroim Turtle,nto.. uutort.lt. MKr/TON, Whole.rt provided for In this motion, to apply to ever offered to a poor man who wishesto buy the Southern Home Mocking Bird
.... > and. lletall Jr .11 and Ointor. Company' foot. the Improvement of the roads in their own a little farm of his own. Manager Food fresh every day at 25o;) per lb.; sent -
'Of Ocwan .t."alld l City Market,Jacksonville, Fin respective sections.R. C. II. Rooks, of White City, can anywhere lOo extra to pay freight_ 3-: -IJ I: laLIk: 3ooCL &3' e
I --- -- ---- L. Motlow directed the attention of prove this assertion by giving you ocular ,

ii. Tlio' Brewery: the meeting to the netesslty of repairing demonstration of what It can produce, if WHY when suffer from CHILLS bottle FEVER! ofThomas' .BRING THIS COUPON.
the river shore road north of the town, you will only take a flying trip here to you can get a r- .. .. ,

010' AVest Jtny St Jacksonville, but It wns shown by County Commissioner investigate/ for yourself. What he will teed Chill for and 60o.Fever Tonlo, guaran- i I
Walker that said road had, by tell you about the land, you may note to cure '
V FINE petition, been condemned, and besides down In your little book aa reliable and WHY suffer from a splitting HEADACHE 's (good for 60 in trade on .any CASH purchase of $1.00.
was not in the jurisdiction of this dis correct aa words can make them. "Hon- IIlit when can get a bot- II '
Wines, Liquors and Cigars. trict. esty l la the best policy," be has taken for tle of Thomas' headache Cure, that will Good for 10c on any CASH purchase of SHOES over $1.00. M I

) The question of using marl In connection his motto In selling land to settlers, and cure you In short order for 100. 111 1 1Il
I' Anheuser-Busch Extra Pale on Draught.. with shell. In the making of not only for the sake of honesty Itself II. R. THOMAS, Good for loo;) on any CASH purchase of SHOES over $2.00. 1

Fine Cold Lunch Served Daily good roads was favorably dlsousiied by but for the reason that all purchasers he Chemist & Druggist. LuVilla Pharmacy. Good for 2oc; on any CASH purchase of $;;.00. 1I
The best of Service and a plea "nt quiet Mayor Penney Messrs. E. I. and L. A. expects to be his neighbors/ and he wishes Jacksonville, Fla.
sosort. JOHN: F. MUNCH Mgr.: Brady, R. W. Rhodes and otbern. to retain their confidence, their friendship :Il Good until June 1st, 1900.( I
3 The 5-mill tax motion was then votedon and respect. lie Is the, authorized

unanimously carried. A motionat ngvnt of the Land Department of the The Bicycle HospitalIs r Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville Fla. .31r.
"JUST FAR ENOUGH NORTH" once followed, which also carried Florida East Coast Rail way, Florida East .
without that the Hoard Line and Co. Boston
opposition recommend Coast Transportation
=--- a :J--or.
f SUHMKU OUTING ATe I
ENJOY YOUR
that the county superintendent and \Florida Atlnntio Coast Line Co., where wheels of all descriptions are
\ ... HOTELviCTORY of roads line marl In the construction of and also Improved and unimproved lands repaired on the shortest notice, at
county londs, If he hinds It accessible! of of private parties nnd can suit all In sugar moderate charges. "
-::" 1- ,"o... ?'F' 31'\lt-10-1I8,1..lo. /good (quality and will, In his judgment, land rice bnd. vegetable/ land, orange: Up-to-date wheels for hhe at all times. HARDWARE.Doors I
r I.* LAKRitRIICO.ti : make. good rOII.Uecommendtlona.- hand and grazing: land .
'. .' ..'' 1111 -,;. The World's, In the matter of rebuilding We notice nil able editorial the pink .
IiUritnnt monte
...e: _..-s;.. clmrmlntf minimal the burned achool-bouxe was paper of the lltlilimf.., entitled. Floilda's
hotel. Cool ilullKlitrulnlr; ,nomulilon' olittiiKepur next considered. It was. claimed, that Future." and every word of It we endorse 1
water, iu mo.gnitnne. ; " was !as purest logic ,reasonable
k lulling bathing ilnnulng, II/t..t..rlnll\-all",0-
menu {lnnnuaurablei. | largo bund. BnT oroliuiitra becoming unsuitable for Court purposes, standpoint. It U no line-spun theory, Sash and Blinds, Paints, Oils, I
21 ..,r.. lawn Hitrvlca and. oimlna. ..n.'IfI''I'.' | i' would make a desirable school building but practical and solid truth. All It said ,
All white nxrvant. Ri.",,"'J.m, >to '/o.uo per ilay. and that It 'o' j
might be purchased for about will\ apply to White City equally as to -
'lit I Ml to,:III 1 per week,el"ta..lly' rate. Juno j\
20: biHupt, 15, Komitlnil I f"/dory uto., liy mull. *SOD), and that for $U: more it could ba any portion of tho State The press and Glass
Adilrena T- W.'M MoCreary.,; ;. llon'l Muimitor: moved to a lot owned by the town, a few railroads are the two most influential Cutlery and Ammunition... ;
TJ4 TOI.KIX), Uuio
hundred foot distant south of the office agencies in building up a country or
After June lot, I'uHn.Jlay, Olilu.
of Judge Jones. By this means the State find all reasonable intelligent and DOWLINO & HATCHER,
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---- ---- $1000) Insurance recovered the burned unprejudiced people acknowledge, this, 13 Laura street, Jacksonville. J: : ::J3<:>::N"I: cSz: CC .
building would provide another structure fact, and encourage their grand work of

CANCER CURED 1H0NO t and the necessary equipment; while development and progress. Only "mossbaekd' MAINHARD BROS., 122 West Bay Street JACKSONVILLE FLA. i
----- with the tiOO! derived from the sale of wish' to keep the country In a
the Court house the county oould build plopeer state and live by their gun and -
1CNIFJ2, NO PAIN. neat oiloca! for the officials. now occupy Hsh-hook and spontaneous growth of Gleaning and DyeingEstablishment "
Send for free book AcWreim, ing the Court house, and the huge' room the country. But these are few, and the
Cancer Sanitarium, on the second floor of the jail building two powerful agent. spoken of, push I GAY BROTHERS'
J1ELLEVIE\V, FLORIDA. formerly mod as an armory, and the anti- them back among their congenial friends, \ 12 Nownan St.,' Clothing
chambers connected therewith would the Seminoles and make room for a more cleaned dyed, repaired and pressed.

make comfortable Court rooms until desirable people to fill their places. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
such time as the county might decide to FloikU'a "Tlnk Paper," though modest PALATKA, FLORIDA.

r. NEAR & TAYLOR erect the much-needed now Court house. and rnnssuming) blushes not at any In- Titusville Laundry.Mrs. GROCERS.We
i ii' l On motion of Mr. Rhodes, secondedby elllolency, but'from vigorous health and .
-" Mr. Duren It WAS unanimously agreed manhood, and Is lecond to none now !
Geo. Cook of Tltusvlllo l Is now
Artesian Well We make a Special Feature of onrCosmopolital
that the new school house, to replacethe championing the cause of the Florida prepared to do laundry' work of
one destroyed by tire, be located on East Coast. Yours truly, description. All work,guaranteed.every
time east side of the F. E. (I.! Railway, E. J. 1'1'T8. Order
.I. Leave washing at (l. F. Durell'soorner Department.Knowing
I I' 1a 1CONTRACTORS, and that the School Board, If possible, your .
store opposIte ADVOOATK office/
It \ make with tho
vY ) arrangements County
a :..! Gallie- Commissioners for the purchase of the FEW WORDS FROM CANADA, how difficult it Is In 'some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES
Court house for school purposes said 'Steamship Tickets. CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them lllled

1 building to be moved to the site selectedby Where They; Are Having Cool W_thor. promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory.
the School Board.In Two steamship tickets for sale; first We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida, and have
,,1 For Srtlo. the matter of celebrating the coming MrW.. F. J. MoCurmlck, who spendshis class; Brunswick to New York and return many articles not usually found in other and smaller houses
winters with his father and mother
v Fourth of July in a fitting manner ; cheap. Mallory Line. Apply to
rnrSEs'D: FOR OUR PRICE LI&T.
11 acres choice land, at Goorglaua, on motion of Mr. Rhodes a general committee -Mr. and Mrs. It. R. McCormlck ADAOCATE Office, Titusville, Fla.
fronting Indian and Banana Rivers, part of live was appointed to at once Cocoanut Grove, Biscayne Bay, In wrIt. -----.------- -- -- - - -- -- --
ly cultivated. $1,100.00; terms to suit Inaugurate a movement to bring about a ing us this week From Lake'Ed..ard. -Impure-water Is the cause of. much
Address, celebration befitting tho day. The chair Canada suys: "We arrived here>m (from sickness. Remedy this by fretting a fine E. -W-ADDELL
COUBTLAXn HUCKMAV apppolnled R. W. Rhodes 1>. B. Tritcli- Cocoanut Grove) on the 10th Inst., In filter from Claude Walton, Titusville. ,

22 llogan: st, Jacksonville, Fla. aral, L. A. Brady, K.: B. Wager and Geo. tho midst of a blinding snowstorm and a Heal Estate
l M. Robbins The committee Is to report temperature of 'M degrees. Up to date the most peculiar and Interest- Office,
I the thermometer has not been ab>ve 30dt'grtlc.'II. VISIT
at the next regular meeting of the ing eight| In America. . .
and hall sank !
to 8
several -
BREVARD COUNTY COURT. Botiid, or nt a special meeting that may degrees BUREAU Of INFORMATION for CITY MIAMI
be called for the pu fJlU" nights."I THE FLORIDA.Ostrich of
out shoes Friday
was on mY'"now on
# There being no further bunlnesn, the
The' County Court resumed business the llth Inst, and found the Ice to and Dude County In
I lloiiftl on motion of L. A. Brady, adjourned. general. Loan and Collection Agency.
J on Tuesday rooming, The Qrst cane to be about eight inches thick and no Farm Co.

be called wait the bl.ito of Florida, vs. J. G. RAHT. signs of th"win However we are In Agent for the valuable TUTTLE
ESTATE:
lands located
Jeo.. ,V. Sooblo, who was charged with x hopes of the lake clearing by Queen Hallandale ulford at Ft. Lauderdale,
Secretary. OJus, Biscayne, Little River Miami Cocoanut Grove
Victoria's birtluUy, -May :!&th.
concealed. 1 lr.Oolol.
carrying a pistol <
and Cutler also the Estate
JACKSONVILLE. ; of DI CUTLER besides
Dinlth decided ho hade '.evidence! enough "In our clubs w.. expect the run of many desirable water
to convict; he, theretore asked for hU DOORS 8.VSH! ANt DLIVIW, paints, salmon very lat. tills\ year; In fact the fronts; Fruit Ke and Vegetable Lands of all sizes: on East Coast and chain of
discharge, and the Court' discharged the oils. pure load. and line, cold water rivers. are no gorged with Ice that under Keys to # West. Orange and Phosphate lands on West Coast

dotentt utt. Geo. M. Rob bins defended pitlnts. :Send for price lists and colorcarats. ordinary conditions It will\ be the let of
Mr. Scobie.A June before the Huh ran ascend the falls. For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for

pellmlnary hearing was had In the GKO. II. KrHXAI.n: Sanford, Fla. This I I..* unusual as we"generallytake our ARMOUR, & CO., Fertilizers, Chicago, AIRMOTER WIND MILLS Chicago

vase of' State of Florida vs. John S. first fish by May' lt.. Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI, FLORIDA.
Augustus, charged with stealing one Ntal Convention KalM.Kach .
watch three chains a number of chicken ANNOUNCEMENTS.
and a quantity of other property E. MIMS:
delegate must flmt- rr.
belonging/ to E. )f. Slaul'ht..r.n.l..thfl...., purchase a TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
class ticket from the place of starling to All political announcements under this
all of Wabasso. The Court committed -DEALCIl!: : IN-
t Mm\ to the Circuit Court. place of meeting at the regular' rate., and heading will\ be charged for at the uniform .

{ The next case called Wall State of Florida a' the same time procure from the ticket. rate of $:S each strictly advance.
gent a certificate allowing such payment
Lawrence who
C.
vs. Moore -
was of full fare as a delegate snit l the
charged with committing an aggravated route by which return ticket will be desired FOR l'UOSECUTIXnn'OIL"'iEY.. .s ::::t:3:
assault upon Rena O'llara, In February :I
The return tickets are then procureiton To the voters of BrevarU County:
'fbe following jurors were sworn to try thene oertlttmtes frura the tick 'QO- C ao.'QO .
the case: J. '1'. II In ton, J. Myers, W. I hereby announce myself as a candidate c:::>
et offices In Jacksonville.J. \ uly ann cliptntlo blnU.un R. Knox. R. E. Mime, jr.. 8. G. Van- for Prosecuting Attorney for the
hlKb
C. Cooi- w.gblarEItltoM.pound.|: : -.h. (tatrichnmu.
SB
Itmdingbam and U. H- 1'rltchard, who Secretary. County of Brevard subject to the actionof cricl stun,( and baby OOItriCheeUal.1ee t.Q: e..
verdict of not M. --- the Democratic Convention.If Joel hate: -
i l brought Iu a guilty. County
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Goldsmith prosecuted" and Geo. M.Robblns Little Brown Jug Water FIlUis 2.00 I am nominated and elected,I shall do pUlnlDIC all n about ort. tlw bird throarth. Uwlr the o..u farm, habits.:' ,

defended. and $;.J.OO Claude: Walton agent. my duty. JAMES: E. ASDREW. plumage, .'0' ALSO GENERAL REPAIR WORK OP ALL KINDS, BLACK3MITHING, ETC.




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