Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: February 22, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Volume ID: VID00335
Source Institution: University of Florida
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LOCAL NEWS EAT MANON'S CANDIES. MANON'S CANDIES ARE BKST.Thousands ASK FOR MANON'S GUAVA* Jltr.J Y HUNTING AND FISHING ON and make comfortable; and the culslnnIM
unsurpassed the rates charged. Mr.
i 52T" Deed blanks sold at this office. of tourists are now on -Mr. Allan Campbell, of Melbourne, TH E EAST COAST. Bryant's summer. hotel at Nolan's Point Y
nd Topics of General Interest. lie East Const, and more are coming. was a visitor! to town, on Saturday last Is also
SEND HOME A CASE OF MANON'S I. Villa, Lake Ilopatcong, N. J.,
Guava Jelly. I HAVE a fir t-eIIlR" Baritone for sale LOOK OUT for the Chicago Olee Large/ numbeia of duck are still being spoken of very highly.

THE ADVOCATE, -Mr. 'IM C. Oliver, the Ice! man of i cheap. CLAUDE "WALTON Titusville.\ (Club, at the Opera Louse, Tltusvillo, on brought Into Tltusvillo by hunters Manager O. D. Seavey, of Magnolia

$1.60 per annum, In advance. Dade county, was in town on Saturday -Mr. J. Watkins Lee, of the Graham Friday, March the 8th.Mr. Prof. .r. 1If, Lnllin, o? Now 'York left Springs hotel, Is said to bo doing a fine

91.00 six months, last. Hotel, 1'alatka, was In town on Saturday J. W. Erreggor: and wife, of here, Monday, on board his house-boat, tourist \business. Tourists should also

$2.00 per an. to foreign/ countiles. of the last Brooklyn, were among those who attended Rose Marie, for the llaulovor and other remember that Mr. Seavoy manages the
W. W. Benton
Canaveral Engineer Club -Capt. Benj. W. Jerome, of Rock- the opening ball at the Clarendon places, for a few days' hunting and ll"hIng. famous Hotel Chaniplnln ,N Y., which
launch Widgeon
TUB: EAST COAST ADVOCATE: Is on i from Saturday until Monday at Cocoa., spent edge made a flying visit to town on Inn, Seabreeze, last week. I lie was accompanied by Mr.Fisher will open,on \the 1st of July

ale at the following news-stands, at five' Tuea, ay. \ -Mrs. Geo. W. Hanford, of Green Amos, of Boston. The Graham hotel, Palatka, Is having

' into per copy : WE Teeth.PAY JONKS best cash& THOMAS prices for Alligator -Editor E D. Oslin, wife and daugh- Cove Springs: who has boon spending a Messrs. It. W.Rhodes and L. C, Bran- a !good run of the very best clanof travel. .

Titusville-D. U. WlIs"on <& Son. Green Fla.. ter, of Southern Pines N. C., paused few weeks with her mother, Mrs. Wright, ning, of Titusville, went quail shooting The Graham has added many improvements -
J. B. Screven.JacksonvilleUnited . Cove Springs, I trough( :( here, Wednesday, en route to of this place, loft for her homeyosteiday.MlHs the Unit of the week, an.lln a few hums and Is now among the best
States hotel. -The communication from Cocoa, Melbourne.Mr. they biifjgrd 40 of these Hue birds The lintels Iu the Htnte. Hilies Are moderate
of Boston
Windsor hotel. signed "Equalize Our Taxes," Is rather MiigKie Rlloy, panned quail season has Imi'U' a !good. one In this fj.fiO: to <.il:i per diiy. The Graham wilt
Duval hotel. too personal lor our columns, and Is dell - '. U. English, of the McFar- through here veitlerdav, on her way to section, but It. will soon be over. l"vlIl\" 70 Kay mond-Whltcomb. party next
:News stand Union depot ned. Peisonalttles we do not want. land Fruit Protection Co., came down Cocoa to spend a couple of months or so. Sunday, who will make the Ooklawaha
MoNam ra& Dozier :.lOll. from Jacksonville on Monday, and returned Miss Riley was a former visitor to Titus- Rain or shine, Hoffman Allen, with till
. -The demand for extra copies of the next day. ville. his colored guide, can be seen making
., West Bay street. ADVOCATE was greater last week thanat -Col. and Mrs James Colgan, of New off towards Meriltts Island, to see if he Manager S. II. Pock, of Hotel Plaza,
St. Augustine: -Hotel Alcazar. any other time this season. We oould States Attorney J. D. Beggs: and York, who have been spending sometime cannot fetch home the. largest fluli, a ckleilKe.; la rejoicing over tho fact that;
Ormond-Hotel Ormond. hAve sold a couple of hundred more If Fudge C. G. Butt, of Orlando, were In At the New Itockledgo hotel Hock- 41lb. channel buns being the largest he lie Is now entoi talnlng one of the biggest; '

Palm" Beach" -Royal Poinciana.' we had had them. own a day or so this week, attending edge, have been enjoying a visit nt has brought Into Hotel Pltiza, Rockli'dge, crowds of tourists this season. In conversation -
The Breakers
to law matters before Judge Minor H. Palm Beach this week, this week; also ll-lb. trout. with I some prominent New
-Our baseball nine and quite a Dumber ( Yorkers, tbey Informed an ADVOCATE

J3T" Reading notice ads. are ten cents of their friends, leave here, to-day, ones.DO NOT FAIL to be on hand at -Mr, Frank "'. Garn, the Jet tenor In We understand the fishing is now very lepreaentatlve "they enjoyed their

per line on this pape.ANON'S : on the IU o'clock train for Melbourne, the Opera house, Titusville, Friday, the Chicago Glee Club, Is no stranger to good at the mouth of the Banana River, stay nt the Plaza very much and )lr, and
where they will play the team 'of that March 8th, when the Chicago Glee Club Titusville, for some years ago he sang nearly opposite Knit: Giillle, but up to the Mis. Peck did all they poimibly, oould to
CANDIES are the Best town this afternoon.Mrs. will two; solos In St. Gabriel's Episcopal present date Mr. Charles II. Warren, of make It pleasant for them."

-Mr. W. II. [tl. Gleason, of Eau Gal- Jones mother of Mrs. Wm. M. appear church, which were much appreciated New York State, has the ivnord for buy
,
County Commissioner Joe Mendel, ing taken the finest trout. Mr. Warren The new United States Hotel, Jaokson-
lie, waa in Titusville on business, Mon- !1 Brown, of this place, will probably leave left, Monday for Jacksonville, where -Last evening a party of friends gave fishes from a boat rowed by Wm. :K IDI(. vtlln\ which was opened on I> cember 15
|lay New Hartford, Conn., the end of this on Tuesday, he represented Brevartlcounty Mrs and Mrs. W. M. Woodward n surprise by William Catto, has been doing a remarkable
-Mr. S. E. Rice, wife and family, of : month, coming: by way of Clyde steamer at the commissioners meeting of party at their home. The evening was At Palm Beach, on Sunday afternoon business, notwithstanding It Is

)cala, arrived In town Tuesday, on a I from New York to .Jacksonville.f Florida.Mr.. very pleasantly spent In games, etc., af- everyone wan aftur launch or sailboat, a recent acquisition to the list of Jacksonville
Halt to Capt. E. II. Rice I Walden ter which refioidirnentconsisting of I and there were all sorts of parties out, hotels. The house, formerly
,
Barbour, of Cottage; Robt. Brown of Gibson from two in number to tw"t Mr.
Miss., and coffee served. up ,
were and Kathbun has
oysters known the Carleton
I aa ,
UST RECEIVED AT KLINE'S a big/ Eau Gallle, ball as her /guests, Mr. and
spent from Wednesday until yesterdayIn J.' K. Evans, of Minneapolis, had out n
line of material suitable for rainy-day Mrs. Chas. It. Warren, of Veroner, N. y.1 town, when he left for Stuart, on a -'apts. William G. Lee and E<1. B. large; parly of friends from his city. They been entirely remodeled and refurnished,
and Is of the best housesIu
We that Mr. and Mrs. Warren's I former resident of Titus-, one appointed
Skirts. are sure visit to one of the most prosperous residents Trltcgerald, wont In the Kathleen Mr. Fred Merry
-Capt. Joe Smith, an old-time Indian visit to this estimable lady will be I In that village-Mr, 11. McPherson. vII Ie, who are now located at /Suvannuli, and Mr. II. It. Me Lane went tip tbe lake that State to- ..y.

liver steamboat captain, was In town thoroughly: enjoyed.Mrs. I : were visitors to Cocoa on Saturday morning fishing, and out through tho Inlet to sell, Hotel Coquina; Ormond, under the j k
Ibis his : -Miss E. Spear, a very charming last, where they went to Inspect catch of Messrs. Boatrom A Stan-
week, shaking hands with many DeLancy T. Smith and bright; where they made the biggest of management!
I young lady of Columbia City, Fla., who ; steamer. They were at Oi mond on !Saturday has fair of
deeds.Mr.. young daughter, Miss Edna, of New the season getting In all eighty-nine ton, a complement !guestswho
has been weeks
spending the past two as bouutifulview ,
night. sbuepshead and two are delighted! with tho
John J. Jacob, a well-known York, passed through Titiisvllle, Saturday the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Goldsmith snappers.One Atlantic Ocean and the line
Inter visitor to 1'itusvllle, arrived here, last on their way from Palm lieach left for her home yesterday, afteran -The second, annual Anchor Watchof of our Rockledgecorre.poudeotawrites beach.oftho The ofHoe has been attractively
Ilotei
Yesterday from West Virginia. lIe is to: Ormond, Ormond ; and Hotel enjoyable visit the third division Naval Militia, of us as follows: Mr. R. T. Hall, of looks very
Alcazar St. Augustine, for a few week's Jacksonville will take place to night llttod up, tied It now aa cosyaa
,
,
round town today, shaking hands withIs the United States Navy, Brooklyn, N.Y., '
-Mr. and Mra. I. E. Brown of New other "home from home. Seabattling
stay, ere returning to Gotham. when a grand time is anticipated. The Hotel any
friends Mr. Jacob will return a guest of Plaxa, Is at present one
many be In full at Or
will awing
Haven soon
Conn., returned here on Saturday and will
entertainment
home in April.IF -Mrs. A. E. Chat Held of New Haven supper surpass of the most noted llshermon on Indian
Is the
last mond and Hotel Coquina just
from trip down the East Coast as 1 tho former us everything will be on a ,
what
2onn., who is spending the winter at her Klver. Not a day !goes by but you for those who like surf bath.
a
YOU WISH to thoroughly en- Is far as Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Brown I more elaborate scale and a great many see Mr. Hall going for the "hnppy ,llsh- place
oy ;yourself, be on hand at the Titus- orange grove the following place at Rockledge Bostonians, : Mr.entertaining left here, Wednesday, on their return to more Invitations have beensont out. leg grouiids" !In his San Juan duck suit The Windsor hotel, Jacksonville la

the Opera house on Friday evening, New Haven, Conn. I and his silver-mounted fish )ole, always enjoying an unprecedented run of trade,
and Mrs. Iiraao Eddy, Mr Lewis Eddy -At tbe second days session of the ;
It arch 8th, when the Chicago Glee of which Club and daughter, Miss Eddy; a slater, and Judge; R. H. Lalmbeer, jr., and wife I County Commissioners' State Conven- I returning with his boatman laden with under the management of Dodge A Cul-
like
Fill render some songs; the of and who left Rock- fish of different varieties varying In len., who are doing an Immense tourist
Miss Churchill, a cousin. They are delighted Brooklyn, party, tion, at Jacksonville, Mr. John R. Walker ,
lias never been beard in this town. to be away from ice-bound Bos- ledge for Palm Beach last week, onboard ; of Titusville, was elected one of the weight from -Ib., to 40-Ibs. each.-A business. The staff at the Windsor la

-Miss Lauresta Snyder, of Strouds- ton. his launch reached Lake Worth executive committee, to serve two years. from Cocoa, In a small naphtha very popular wllli Florida' travelers, the
purg. Pa., passed through/ Tltusrille, the first of the week, and were guests of Mr. Walker Is chairman of Brevard Paunch, passed the Plaza wharf, on Monday .mill nlf faces of !>. !>. Whltton or Charles
.Monday, en route to Hobe Sound, to -The two-masted auxiliary schooner the Breakers for a while., County[ Commlnsloners as well na chairman last, with 3W( wild ducks most of Hawkins greeting; !guests whether they
[join her slater Mrs. Effie Kitson and Keweenaw, built last summer by Capt. of the Tltuavllle Town Council. them being blue-bilk and mall'1I'd.-A arrive early In the morning\ or late at
,
lousins Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Jefferson. Peter ]Nelson, of Tltuivllle, for Mr. E. Attorney Geo. M. Robbins, of this golilen sighs; was shot within a half-lull night, while Chief Clark M I.. Howard
Kfter staying, a while at Hobe Sound, f. Cooley, of Lansing, Mich, was at place, has been on a week's visit, to Palmlieach -The many friends of Mrs ,A. A. of tho.l'Isae. Tuesday morning, bv Mr. and Cashier F, L. Bownn also add to the

Miss and sister will\ leave for :Miami this week, en route to the Florida and Miami. lie was suddenly DegrauwPCJamaica; N. Y., will UP R. T. Lumbatd, of New York.lIulldr.el. pupulailtyof the iioiine.The .
Snyder keys. On board with Mr. Cooley were called south upon matters connectedwith '' pleased to luurn she will spend the month of stilnga of Hub are being bmuuht
'aim Beach. his! daughter Miss Cooley, of Lansing;; on.ither property purchase' by Mr. 'I''I'n of !March on her place at Kldora: near Into Rockledge by the ton lists every day, St. James hotel, Jacksonville also, i Is

-Dr. Uarwood Huntlngton; of New Miss Angeil, of Detroit; and Mr. Fred! M. Plugler. lie loturnedyesterday. Oak 11111. Mrs Dograuw; will be ncooinvanled some beauties. among thorn.-Mr. (I. W, maintaining Its reputation and I Is

I'ork who made A visit to his place atLyiMtta i'homan, of Lansing, Mich. Messis. 1 -The people of Jacksonville are look. by tier nephew and niece, Mr. and Michael of Logeniort| Ind., captured running "full house" under the Old management

on Saturday, passed through; Cooley and Thomas are prominent and lag forward to seeing Prof. Gentry'sdog Mrs. Wm. A. Warnock; also Mr. Charles live, wild ,deer between Itocklelgeand of J. It. Ciimpball. patrons

We, Monday, en route to Palm Bench, well-known business men of Lansing |>onv and monkey show, which Is A. Wllletsand family, of Flushing, N. Y. Cocoa thla week.AMONG hardly the recognize the place In on the entitling parlor*,
as many Improvement
iliaml and Havana. He expects and to return -Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Flannery and considered by old and young quite aErent. Bishop Warren A. Candler, of the M. --- and throughout the o/Ilce/ lloor have

In about two weeks' time, stop Mr. and !Mrs. T. A. Quigley, prominent They nlll appear at the comer of E. Church South, will dedicate the new chunked the appearance of the house y
f ver a day or so In 'ritusville, en route Bay and Bridge streets, nnd will give church FortPleiceou the THE HOTELS. 1
his father and residents of Brooklyn, were a jovial Methodist at The patrons of thin bouse are welll"ok..1afl..r )
Jo Hotel Ormond, to join down from IIart- arty: who stopped at the Indian River two peiformances on the 25th and 2Uth.: first Sunday: iu March The service will by A. R. Wood, ,room clerk; C, II.

later,Conn.who are for coming a few weeks.A ., hotel, Titusville, from Friday until atur- -Dr. J:C. Ayer, of New York city, who lie held at II o'clock a. m. Bishop Cand- Tlio ADVOVATK IH now on file at .0 1 K nappe, front clerk; H. L. E. Smith
lord, last. had been on a pleasure ler Is a Hint cousin of Gov. CHudler, of clerk
day They spent a week or more at Canaveral Club, the best hotels In New York city cashier; and W, M, Bolger, night
'- letter to the ADVOCATE: from trip all along\ the East Coast, making: left, on Saturday last, for Hotel Royal fieoigla, Rod Is considered one of the
Sasaati, N. P., says that the Duke of stops at St. Augustine, Rockledge, Palm folnrliinit, Palm Beach. The doctor kill. foremost( pulpit orators In tbe south. Where to atop along the East Const Hotel Ormond, although It hits undergone .
'ewoaatle\ will continue his visit for anther Beach and other returns. From Titusvllle ed quite a number of ducks during his The panlor, Kev. W. T. Lame, extendsa See Hat of hotels on 7th page several change, Is still the same attractive P
l he with Na went to Sanford for the purpose cordial Invitation to all. and home-like house) aa of )yore
week, so pleased they sofourn at the club, and said he was Where to atop In Titusville? Bee Tltiiavllle I
and Hotel Colonial. He remarked of taking a trip up the St. Johns with the same sunny, well-ventilated
au much pleased with Ills visit.Unckledge -Lad't Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. hotel) and boarding house ads 01i.r .
lliat of all places he had been since com- river to Jacksonville from which port COli''fortabl1-1 ea Led rooms, the same careluilwusurksepnrg -
vmeitMliid ,,
C. S. Hchuyler very plvaxmitly Tilt .
No New Is In a whirl of gayety and the same Jovial t
ig south this resort Is the best. .hey sailed for York. ..f friends at Progressive Itliiy ilistel "
letter be found anywhere. till season, there being a continuous a part The Indian River Is taxed to its and ;popular nllllllllC.ra&Ie..ar. Atinerun .
climate cnn .. ..
of St. Aug CarronOn: account of Ihe lat n *s of
:Miss Howatr one
May ,
round of dances card Impromptu whit noted for' theircourtesy
its friend Mr. S.Colton Foxof London, parties utmost capacity and a large number of k Price are
ustine's most popular young ladies, gave and Ie... the hour the c nl at for I the Unit prize their
entertainments kindness to
world : boating pari nrilvingand leaving each and guest.a.Every
as made nine trips( around the and KUDU Is are by ,
H.
Mr. C.
finished Sohuyler
lie Casino
at not ;
slid wonderful, experiences an enjoyable birthday party FUliIng seems to be the chief day pssl. was. train year ben. shown some Improvement -
relates week's some visit at the Colonial, Monday evening to a few friends. Dane- time, and to see the strings of trout and \1... W. M.> Woodward received the underB In the now famous drives In and
tier their : The New Uuval, Jacksonville,
ng was an Important feature for a while, In the tourists booby. After tin guinea an elegant and this Airvo-
Florida by tbe stenm- >niM brought by we around Ormond year an
kei
will return to W. baa n
ey of chicken Sperry'a management
whole to the lunch sorved consisting
the repaired was
when party
btt that there
would think that the river bids fair to noted waa
Miami, going to the Ormond for a fewokaothen hospitable home of Mr and Mra. Fred salad, sandwiches, cakes, fruits and hot getting! Its full share, I Ihe tourist tr..I.alllIU. OATS representative the rule. Hotel Ormond
In the To- depopulated. no exception
r bans fishing register la Illlrd with the name
toot W. Kettle, where a bountiful supply coffee of the
;; West Coast to try refreshment were aerved and a royal -Mr:: Phillip Walter, referee In bank- -The State Commissioner, )lr. Fred of nurlliein and western people who visit still leant continues and naphtha to make launch feature plcnlo partIes

lelr luck on the tarpon.Mr. time was enjoyed until the "wee sma'hours" nip,icy, of Jacksonville, Saturday morning Ffelfer appointed by the governor to Jscksonvllle.v.ry winter up the Taaiukatu Tamoka Cabin, up

I- and Mrs. Clarence W. Seamsns. The ADVOCATE correspondentsays received a telegram; tram Phlladelphis represent Florida tile Pan-American Mr, Hornce Shares, one of the genial Billow" Creek to the ruins of the lhdowsugar
J iss Dorothy Seamans and maid, Mills that all those who attended Miss announcing the death of his Exposition, was In this office yesterday.He ai.d good-natured proprietors tha New mill), and up llaulover Creek to

iner and Mrs. W. A. Dyer, of Brook- Howatt'a party hope she will soon have mother, Mra. Phoube S. Walter. The doceasrd I reports good progress In collecting Rockledge hotel, Rockledge, says his the United Stales llouwtof Refuge. It

0, N. Y., recently pawed through TIaville another.We. I wall born In London, England, exhibits, and nays the State will be very father" will, probably, build live hundrednew Mod Its fishing 'psrties to Thompson
and besides her inJacksonville
en route 10 Hotel Ormond fore avknowleege receipt of' some December 2i: 1813. son handsomely represented at Buffalo by rooms to tbe hotel next year. The Crack and down to Smyrna Inlet>r and excursion
: Mrs.O.
leaves .
balance ..f the,' season. They had and lemons from the Ohio two daughter/ splendid fruit and vegetable exhibits, Nw Rookledge baa been turning people" of pilgrim to visit the ruins ofColumbus'
en.on a tllp to the Brltl.h Wand" of grapefruit Lemon and Grapefruit grove Lime Solomon and Mra. Kate Baer, of HI. anU displays" from all parts of Florida.At away for tbe past week : chapel, the first building of
and stopped off at the various Augustine. t St. Augustine, Ormond, Daytona and made on theovotIO.D'
owe, Rock, Cal. The donor of them Is Capt. The Grand View hotel Jacksonville, Importance by Europeans
list Coast resort oo their return. Miss Every who baa a store, an office Seabreeze great; Interest la being manifested. of America. CUD.lder.bl.ID'tered
I''. A. Kendall, U. S. A., of Cle"eland1 O, person under tbe management of Mr. K. II,San'
libel who generally aocom- other business and who Daytona and Ormond are at ranging manifested and the new
Seamans, ; who Is a guest of Hotel Ormond. the or place horn baa done a remarkably good t.oullI, ( la golf
,
ales her parents, Is now on A trip upla grapefruit Is seedless, and baa a cavity consider a painted sign over his door for tine exhibits. Mr. Pfelfer la very business this .. and the guests are course U In good shape for players. Already -
and reach Cairo l the number of anxious that the East Coast have a goodrepresentation .lOa. of this favorite
Mediterranean, may Instead of a core In the center. Whilewe necessary, can Increase much pleased with the house, cuisine a number of experts
jypt, this week. Mr. Seamans-whoa have tasted better grapefruit on the his patrons by newspaper advertising.An and hopes everything per and the kind treatment they receive at outdoor sport have arrived. "Tourna
> right: jovial Bmoklynlte, .. well a* a Indian River, still Capt. Kendall's la avery immense) proportion of the people Bible will be done to make the exhibit a able and home-likebotel. ments will be given through the season,
|Ifer of some merit-la a member the tine flavored fruit, and la not to be look to the newspaper for Information success. Ha goes from here to Rock. coy and handsome prize will from time to

emlngton typewriter firm of Wycoff, by means. The lemon*. as to where they what they wanta ledge, Melbourne, Ft. Pierce, Ankona, The Florida House, St. Augustine, under lime, be un exhibition in the vfllc. of
bnedict 4 Seamans. lie Is now having dlaparaged excellent and any full of juice. Capt. fact that e.olet. businessmen Eden, Jensen, Palm Beach Miami, Cocoanut -, the abl.'management of Mr. FrankC. the hotel. Ormnnd I elaflfced. on. of

( residence built that will\ probably, are Kendall who la accompanied by bla wife, with strong motive for advertising.The Grove and Key Went, then to the Harden, seems to be very popular the moet .lIahtful..uld.resorts In Flor.
llpse any other mansion In Brooklyn child and maid, la. rightJovial successful merchant would as soon Weat Coast We hope be will meet with not only with tbe traveling men, but also Ida, and no tourist should fall to visit It.
neighborhood for grandeur and spa- daughter; gentleman, and Is making .many thing of taking down his signs aa of leaving encouragement In his efforts In this most with tourist Several times this season On Sunday evening, last, a grand concert

pDUsnesa.IANTKD. friends at Hotel Ormond. The Captain out his "ads" which la proof that Important work. Mr. Pfelfer'a office Is every room In the hotel baa been oeuu- wa given at 'he Ormoud by Wiley 1'.

-Experienced Fruit and Pro baa 140 acre planted In lemon and they pay for themselves. From a business In the A.tor building, Jacksonville, and pled and had to refuse to take In anymore Hwlft'e orchestra. Th re were about 260
of view the valid excuse be will be glad to supply any Information . 'and the was aafollows
uce Solicitor to solicit business for as grapefruit, of which be baa snipped a point only gneata.M 'guests praaent program
n this section. Good salary and com- large number of carload iota Ibis winter.SCANON for a failure to advertise la that which needed' In connection with the above. Chas A. Merrlttbaa sold out all r -oronatlon Mareh-From
,nU lon Kentucky Commission Co., prevents an establishment from carryingan Exhibits mast leave the State: by the hla Interest In the United States Hotel. the Prophet, Meyerbeer. :9. Overture
MAKES CANDY, EU, at adequate stock a lack of capital. middle of April, so that they may beProl.IJ' and Marltanna Wallace.. 8 Menuet IVAn-
Ky.Maaury'PPaanta Jacksonville to Mr.'WIIIIam Catto
J-ouUrllle, West street, Jacksonville. arranged before the opening of Violin Solo Hernnade. -
412, Bay Philadelphia Record. In the llqu', Paderewskl. 4. -
}h. Cafe to Mr. Joseph Zapf,
exhibition on the 1st of May. Hcbworer Schubert. 3. Trio
Mr. ,
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED TilE tear future Mr. Merrill expect to opena .
Empty Sugar and nice IJarreU. beat line of Shoes In town. Call and PURE BRED: MINOROA8; splendid flrst-cla shop bouse, on tbe London _F Major, Ga 0.Coppella .
.The Best oo the market.<< For sale by see them. JCLICS: KLIKK.THE layers; hens, pullet and eoekerela for Clubhouse order where !grilled chops Messrs. Ford, Rwlft, and Mayborry.Grand
Eu: Oallle Fla. :*t For sal*. Address, sal. EMS, $1,23 per setting. and steaks can be supplied to respectable Ballet MuMc, Vellbea, (a)
F. PAD
| IIOJI, WALTM A. MOOBB. CHICAGO GLEE CLUB, the T. NBWTO B AH..";,Hol.Sound, Fla. ladle and gentlemen. Maiarks. (b) Nocturne, ((0)) L'Hymen, ((4.
8 George St., Charleston, 8. y.If moat popular singing club In Chicago, Seen et VaUe d*la Pou pee, (e) I>an*. de
J1oekled=e. Indian River, will appear at the TUusvllle Opera house FIFTEEN ACRES OF TIMBER fnr. ..r.. Tbe Buckingham, St. Augustine, bas Fete,'(f) Cardaa 7. Opera Selection.

For Bale.A .- on Friday, March Sib.. For price, ew., address "T., La- the reputation of being one of the moat Lohengrin, Wagner.
IM one of the moat attractive and OUM Orange p. o" or at ADTOCATB office comfortable, of the small hotel' on the

t stocked stores along the East Covet -house nicety finished Time and Cement.A Tltusvllle, Fla.MERCHANTS. Eaat Coaat. Th. proprietor and bla DRUG STORE "
{Florida. Too can find everything sine room the charming wife. Mr. and )Ir.. Gr 1.. Bryant "TUII Henley
> need at tbJa atore. AH kind of fine and In good condition, located of Palm near and fall stock of -fresh lime and that Old SAVE MONEY BY ; also Mr. Noel A. Mitchell, tb. ebl.f Pharmacy. Bay and Ocean streets, Jack

' pcerie* and weatarn meat court house, on lbs corner or to Reliable German Portland Cement,'ThHanover. : buying their goods from the Florida clerk, seem to bav the happy knack of I aoovlll., Fla. Do not forget the a4draot -

4 Particular attention paid to the needs Palmetto Su. Apply L.on Doueow> premise' ." O. '. PADDISOW,, Hardware Co., 10 West Baa&net. Jackoavlthv knowing SJL a ylaae tbe requirements O.o. HngbW old sad rHb-
M. D. ,
.l tchUmen. and cruising partle TUosvill. Jla. 2t EaE Wllis, J'1a. of tlialr gnjlto, whom they try to p..... ; drug bul..... .
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Choice: Seed otsutoes.
Over-Work Weakens

FLORIDA EAST COAST RY. ----
Your I Kidneys. ------

Early Rose Improved No. 4" . . . .3.2IS per barrel. i I.
York and Maine (00)l :: ::
Unhealthy Xldncys Make Impure Blood. Early Rose New
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. New Early White Rose. . . . . "J Ot>

Time Table No. 30. In . . . . . . . .3 Ot. 'a
All the blood In your body passes throughyour Kltect; Jan 28, 1001. Hebron . ..
.8
kidneys ones three minutes. Triumphs . , . . . . . . 7t",
every -
The kidneys aro "SOUTH a 'tTRl'f1li: ;", low..1 (Boa "!' + JP3t\\ rt blood your filter No.lS' No.lK) No,4.1 i1 .ij7i1-10'Ul oidi: No. 'IIIN". o No.18 10.74 No.Li: lu.lW! i.ltilNii/: LS .* o 44 Nu.1I1 2! No.1t Pens and Beans Seeds at lowest.prlcea and reliable,
purifiers All varieties of
,they I
r Daily Unity Dolly Daily. Dully D..UyVally Doily MAIN LINE BOHEDULB.: Daily Uuily8B7p Daffy Dully JailylDatly Daily Daily Dally leDd:! d eaves list of all kinds of
out the waste or e _1_ nxltlouxMo _ _ _ _ exKneaSu _ P: Ku stock
impurities In the blood. lltOJ CAMERON Seedsman
If they are sick or out / anop$ 4 of order, they fall to don TDUp! 500p IQUp 8Kp! 926p 811Ot. 128ploxq..tr.8t: ) .. AuRUHtine .. ....L" Edge( 6JAp! 8 Kip 7 Mia. il Ilia ll lu 9Ow VHn! .IgQUnHo. JACKSONVILLE: FLA.

their work. ;; ) ) . . .. .. .. ..... Harness . . ."Lr ft lip : ) 716xit.7 ... 78.";.lleraa. UalTitally,) 125 East Bay St..
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Pains aches and rheumatism Makes local xtoNandr'ar'loi'1p! 98lia!! 20()( .it4k. .. .... Ea.t Palutka. ..:.. .. 46Hp 6411p 81Op'027n( tr.twat NwwnndPa.r'' _-- -----
pies K. E.: from '..;. 11I1\1J1tl14\ !* 81111' 1IIfI'J Ormoud. 8 4llp 4Ullp 55tp64Hp\( 611III&1"1'1,,;' KBTAnLISHED 1880.
( come ex- lop (
i. 11 OOp 10 Ka:! 8 :.!lIp 117p':: ....... Daytmm. .. .... ... : I 021'p:! 42dp 46HU Miami .
cess of urlo acid In the 11I0. 50, A. D. Cxfnn' (Billy) ). 8U71' lU7p147p! .. .. .. Port Orimjro.Now ... ., ... UlJI' /111. , . No 74, sat t9n aa SptololOomponed
blood duo to neglected .Fuitt Triiln. Hiopit' only at "t21Yallllfa BfYlp :: .. ." Smyrna .. ... :: 8012\\> Blip 620i 482 IInll1) ;) of F.
trouble. etattonx shown and carries 2 lip ""...Onk Hill. ... ... ... . .. exulunlvely Lumber Co.
kidney P. B.,: (J. Ky. vestibule BuffetPurlnr 1361a19011P': / 46p\ 2Mj" .". .. .. . ..TltuHviileOOfMMV "... ..... . 2 dip B04p 61Aip 881Ja.rO"r.' E.; U By..v."Ubul..Bn1f..tPa.. for this :Bond ,
'L Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady KlalDi Car* 12 Wp 611\1'\ 8211' .. .. .. .. ...., . liJSp: 2 Ip\! 4041 PanHung them
:Xo. 23, nnt Hunan. CitolulDully. ] IIl8aUIIl'l .. .. .. .. . provide
heart beats and makes one feel as though Sllip\ Ii Hap\! ftottklndae. ... 1 lop 226p 4tCp 302utravn nth .. Car; tiukate
they bad heart trouble because the heart is ( .ICompound I . . . 111\11'\ 64.IP! 4 ir4J4 : .. ..EAu Uttliie.. .. ... ... :: 122p 1 4ilp1UHII, 482pwilttiunto!\ Manufacturers of and Dealers la i
t xclulvelv ofF. . . IlJIIp fi&lp {> ...,. ... MelbourneKoHeltmd ... .,.. .. ISlHp 4S4PBOfip! . . rutula( P-Ir"
over-working In pumping thick kidney- '. K. 0. Uy Htilmlo. buffet " " . . .. . .. SUUp w . ....... .. . ... .. .. I14uaII . . . . . . . . ti'k..t. ) ). F
: J poisoned blood through veins and arteries '' . . .. . .. 604p .......' IItob..th.: ." .... .. .. Una' .. .. .. . . . . Ko. 28. A. 0. L. IrpMii btop.onlyat(Dally LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING
I I It used to be considered that only this. 56Hp . .... St. Luols '.' ".. .. 10 46a/; .. .. ... . . Jo..t.l'r..ln.. and. cHrrlUII LUMBER ,
urinary mlve Htntlons shown ,
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'g 87u'B10p'4'16p oubp"Fort. Pierce .... ... 1044)a1216p> () : lUOaHOJip ,
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys in ... .. . . .. ?.. . ... ftUWp ........ Tilibala .".. ... ... 10 llalUOT . .. . K.. E. U. Ry.. vuatibuJe BuffutParlor Veneered and Sawed Orange
l but now modern science proves that nearly th' " . .. .. 4BUp ... .. :.... .. .Ec1..n........ .,.. . . . .". . .'. . UnraNo. Mouldings Turning aDd Scroll Sawing; Also
'I all constitutional diseases have their . . . . .. . A UHp. ... ....; Jxniwn ...... ... 10 Ka( 1iI..88.1'"IIDBeAckRtl4KIaIDl and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.
? :
beginning ( .. .' . ... . ; ... 647p7Ulp ..... Stuart ..... .. 0 6ia: .. . .. .. . . . . Limited(>Dally.> ) .
} 11 In kidney trouble. " " ., 7181 . .. .. HobeSonnd.: ....... .. B2'Gs::! . . .. .. .. " Comported.. of F. B. O. andDnyGoauh. Ry.ve and Shingle Mills at Bonds hulls, on J., T. & X. W. R'y. Yards at 'J
If you are sick you can make no mistake .. trerr.provklerhnor.. . ." . . .. .. .. West Jupiter.. ... .,.. 01010. . ... . '". .. . tlbulB buffet. Take Sleeper Saw, Planing /: DeLand aDd Titusville. !
saoa . ; .;. 8I1r . .. ... : on slerptor
W""tP..lmBmtch.
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild ); 44Hp45Hp >pAr. 81J11"IOIlOa tOp:: ( nrl at Miami and Palm Beach.Htopf .
i ;; f
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's I) 1131Jo BORp16p 826pt.v..Thc3reakera.: ". ,:: Stnc1(120. HVp 106Ap1U80P/ *only at HtAtlona Hho\vn. .
:: 6 0aBfifta' Seem, /; : 8 :!II. 10 15u9ft5aU 10111' III 00" Limited
I Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy Is e nip O Sup 841'1'' .. .West Patin tkrch..Ar 800n 6p tie 33 New York ul tlorllt. !
j soon realized. It stands the highest for Its 'I\I. ( ) 8l&a . ... .. ... 90fp :; . .. .. . .Hoynton.L.. TDlta! .. ... . . loonp (Bally) Sioipt fo Bunchy York>.
.. New
821m... ... .. .,.. . Celray ... : 7 28a . ... . > dt.Augsettee .James: McAlister. ..
6:1:
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases Tin "' 7U4a. ." .. ., ..l9np! a ... FortLuudarlae,,.... 6 Sfta .. ... .. : ; ; Dr .via Bout hum Kid 1 wav of Pullman Oomuwed .. !
+ I and Is sold on Its merits t>OH. 'II 7a. (t. 11142p . ... . Lemon (Uitr... .... 6 RUaft !. g asp . exclusively
4 h' s by all druggists In fifty- ?, ; Cam He. .. u Bp- -, l'' 4I\a 71op11 16piotop/\ Ar.'" .... .. Miami-. .. .. ; ... Ma1\ 8'1OaIIOOU 8 SOp (Mo.rrx 88., New Tort nt norld. Bp (John Clark's old stand). 'k

cent and one-dollar alz1! H !!" old (Dallf) Xiotft gozdsy>. olitl l (Bally Iioipt>> Snadar).
' New York to r.t. AuuuHtlnftviu : 8t. AuKuatlnb( to N.w Yorkvia
es. You may have a At)Inn tie OoaHt Line Atlantic OiMuit Line. and State JHcAlister's 400 Pure Rye
sample bottle by mall How*of Bvnmp-ltoai. UoiupoMxl exolUHtvely of Composed eiolurttvely. or Direct Importer
\ free also pamphlet telling you how to find Pullman Oar*. Train .. act atop where tilDe I. not hown.Ho. .. Pullman Oars.Mo. .
Xo. 43, fonts sot MotrofoUUB 14,. Florida ait MetropoUtaa
out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. . and Bourbon
Limited ,1)011,1.) ( 1011DI\l41PoIln) Agent for:
ICI Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer Mew York to tit Augustine St. AtiKUHtlne to New Yorkvia ,
fit Co.. Binghamton N. Y. $uahoaritAirLine. OOHIpomd viaSratNSrdAirLine.. Com 41_ E. Walter's (Baker's) Pure Rye.
d olimlvely of Pullman Posed axclUMtvely of Pullman Bouche, Fila & Co's. Champagne,
Can. E Day-Oou operated on Cars. UayOowh operated on Virginia Glades Pure Rye
{ this tram on which no extra thin train on which no extraor Kicker Oreer &: Co's. Three Leaf

II 1 STRAWBERRYrCULTURE'. or Pullman fare lu charired.Xo. IS, Cbloati oat Ilorli SpssUl Xo. IS, OUoigo north SpooUl Pullman fare in. charged Shamrock Irish Whl koy. CIGARS AND TOBACCO.Wm. .
I florid aid Florida Limited
j 13, Chicago and Lln- (Dally Kxoept Monday)1. (Dally Exceptsat u ) Mo. 82, Chicago
Feb. ( (Ilalll.) ) Chicago V Bt. Augustine. Bt Chicago ((1)1011,1.) ) Vatted California Wines.
1 DEFUNIAK SPHINOS, FLA., 201001. Chicagotted. ( It. AiiffuxttnnKlit via. > Augustine to St. Augustine to Chicago Greer & Co's. Old
Chattanooga via
Cincinnati
Atlanta. AUS
ObattanwiKaand
S Editor East Count Advocate. KvauHVllle, NaHhville. and and Atlanta. GompoHod ,,x- \ Cincinnati.. Composed via Monlifoinery, Natihylun Highland Whiskey, Maryland and Pennsylvaniallye.' ,
I Montgomery. UotnvoiHxl exclimlvuly oluvlvaly of Pullman Gar*. of Pullman (Jar. and Kvauitville.. OompoBeil exrlUHively -
It would poem, at a flrHt glance, that of Pullman Oar. exoliulvaly of Pullman Oars. American) Brewing Co's. Celei, Kentucky Bourbons.
It i. too late in the season now to talk P..I\': .otieruted on thin Day-Ooaah oprratel on this / Forth; Carolina Corn
the uo extra or train on which no extra or brated Beer, St. Louis, Mo. ,..
time that
but
4 Strawberry, right at Pullman fare In ohiirged. Pullmaa fare in ohargod.8ANFOHD Imported and Domestic Rums.
the Is forth Its best effortsto PURE RYE
plant putttnp; BttANOH.
PALATKA BKANCtl. DFAMILY TRADE A .
', fulfil Its destiny by giving a large All tram dally( except Sunday.Lv All trains. Dally.615p JUG a "."2S'm": Cheap Liquors quoted on Appli
1 1' yield of the best fruit It can, under Its N.>.)II NolJ.' Specialty. HB iwignL cation.

conditions as location, soil fertilization : 7 ., .. . ... .. . . . ... Tltuxville. .......... ...... .. ..AI' lhp: NO.81 'o.irT'' t0.4ll Mo.4rNo.4| | ' INo.4iiNo.4lltJlo..HMo.tOgoga| [ \ |
I i and cultivation, Is the time to see 111la "' .. .. . ............. .. .... Mime... .. .............. .., .. nzp 4Uup; l4Up 11 16a 1)) lOHiLvP't-'kaArfO< HJa 10 oua 131 lOp I fSiSp 6uap4SUpl 200 East Bay street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
: McALISTER
Sit. OKtaen.. .:, liMa Sfa.lwArEPlkii.Lvl:: JAMES ,
I I that everything Is favorable to get a S0s., ::::;:::.,::::::::::::.:KntorprtnoAr .:;:.:. ::: :::;::;;::: :: llBAu11UUU 61! .Uttp1185a) 84ual 041111( llAOa 21ftI' 54fip

profitable return from our Investments .! . .. .. ..., .. ..... . . Manford .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. . . .T.T ..
6)TtJo,41; 8AN MATEO BBANOH. All Trains

in fertilizers and time spent on them up 'Tii'iPj 7 4Sa ..Ba: ..t Palatka.' . .. . ., . .ArIT! JYd '
I till now. The strawberry Is peculiar In N io' : Kun No & NoTe No.8: No.l11: SURalAr. .. . .. . . . . ..Han Mates... ..".. .. .. ... 706pNo. HANNE BROS.
its feeding habits, In that 'It wants all 8 Dally. Dally MAYPOET BRANCH. Daily Dallyex8u' Bun ...
...1 ly ex 8u oaly exau'IOP only ,l
t Us food right close to the plants, and 8 No. 1 ORAN BroIT BRANOH. No. 2 Ko. 4 12-10-1248 West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

1 when we remember the fact that the 8411p eoop6tlHp 8 Ilia Lv. ,Jack onvilla. ..Ar828a ASOa Bnfip5OJ1 600p . An trains Daily Except: bunclay... _
roots of plants till the same position to 84Hp 20HpUOOp .80. kHonville.Lv 84. 62ip 6//5.'p; 1'Groq'ulmiLv; ( .... . . .New Smyrna.. . -.sale I Tflop( S&6P
t. the the teeth of people animals 7lIt' A8T, 7osI sso..Pablo() B<"iUh fll.lnS4.ia! > 6r'II. . .. 44llpll :il! .. .. .. ...1 . ... .Ijike Hnlen ... .. .. Lv U4Ap S4Ap
plant as or 6 407UHP' 21.p 8Ma .AtlantloBnaoh.. . 4Vp 6a1t... . ... 6mgrI118"a" . . . Orange City. . . . .. . UDCp 1IIlp:! Liquor and Wine Merchants
; so that In fertilizing for an Immediate IM 0 Ifta Ar .. .Mayport. . Lv 5ua 4 HJH 6011' . . I'll1016aAr. . ... Orange. Cityunrtbm.. .. .. .,.. lilnup ro
P fruit crop we have to use the plant ;
'
(, I food that Is the mOnt easily available or Them Time Tables show the {I"e." a* which train mar be expected to.arrlro and depart from the several stations, but their arrival
t" I I best adapted to their plant tenth. The .r dejmrMirn. at the time. stated Is not guarante..L nor does the Company hold itself. aponnlbl. for any delay. or any oonsequenoM Solicited.- t!,
therefrom.
.
J strawberry plant does all of feeding arUing

within three cublo feet of soil and at PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL 'STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. Wholesale Distributolsof St. Louis Beers. ;

least eighty per o,-nt of it within one ,
I tout. To use familiar \IlIiiHtnitliin the 3I1A.u.'A.'V I.MS: ". 8'*. MIAMI.AA1LINHS JIIAMI.I4AVANA 1.IXN-tC.l S. t'KIM'H: I KDVVARD.SAEMNfM I

) strawberry plant Is like n cow tied to H EFFECTIVE Jan 18: OUR WINES AND LIQUORS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES. )
manner, she'. must eat the food that IH ..IAV.. 8 to FBB. 8. ICOlti.onvt. HAVANA I( Leave. Miami ctundayn: and Wfxlnewlnyii . .11 OOp
jl, .111K> >' Havana. Mon . 8
[ i{ lay ThurwlayB. U/p
brought to tier, whereas other fruits Arrive, Nuem'Cun"lnvsanrlFrfrtays..n, Bu4ri Caba. I Leave HnvunaTuusduvsandF. fdnye. .. .12am U-Call or send for Prices.LARRY' .
such as blackberries, currants. raspberries NASSAU ( l.eave NnMritu WoduHMdayn and faturdayn. 2.Op)( l Arrive Miami Wtxlimwiayn and Saturdays A Oua '

I O'O., art like a cow turned out. Arrive loIl..mlTbul'lldaYllaudtlundaY8 . aide\ MIAMIKKYVKnf" IdNh1.'s.11'Y: :", OK HVVKOI': .'. .

i to pasture, cin; resole for Its own' food. N.P ( "KAILINHd FELL -4 ,10 MARCH 81 : / SArLlNO EFFECTIVE 14:
andean leave wlmt ltdou't like or want. Bahama i LravuStlnnttMona. WedM. lOud Frtx.... ... 3 Ofln KEY WEST. I Leave Miami MUII. Wwls. and FriH ., .. .. .11 Bop :: M.P SOJ'l':: dz oo. u '
In out the bed the I Arrive NHHHHU '1.,..... Thur. and tI..t8 .... A uUtilelamde. { Arrive Key WeNt 'rue., Than awl Hnta! . ;2 Nip
suiting tHrawbel'l'Y I Lwsvei. 1oI1""U Tn.'"., rhurn. and ttatu '. . . 0 UU|> Florida. I Leave Ker Wear THB, Thus, and &rim.: . .SDUp b:
best way Is to have the loll li< the bust I Arrlvn Mliiml W.>'1'1.. aucl buns . , Buta Importers and Wholesale Dealers- din
possible physical condition, thoroughly ( AelllL I : };\v
pulverized In every way so as to respond I Will be on name days and hour as for Jonimry.

readily to llhural fertilizing. Furrows. For copy of local time oard address any Agent.J. Wines Liquors and Cigars
should be laid olT not more than three
D. AHNER. Ami. 0... Pa... A .>it. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA. ,
feet apart, and In these furrows scatterat ... - . ..
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j least.ten to tlftoea hundred pounds of

: a high grade fertilizer. Covor'lhuso. furrows long ago panned beyond the stage, when j Forn.da1o P"U.ro XLyo.

,,r with an ()J'dIDRI'y.OJle.hora.., cultivator row could be discovered It, but that t VESTIBULEb '
removing the rear .hovel. This will makes no difference In ltd bearing capabilities Seaboard Air Line R'y. Distilled by Ferndale Distilling Co., Second District of Kentucky; aged In ;+)(;

leave a low bud I about eighteen Inches The variety Is the "Wll on" heated warehouse and absolute pure and free from allnd\ilternrlon.\ These goods :fare

wide. When netting out the plants open but a couple of jours ago I planted "Lady\ I I LMITEbUaoxoelled Florlili, pronounced by all connoisseurs to be without fin equal, and are regarded by tile f t
furrow in the middle of this bed and and In Service from "
a Thompson" treated It the same
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medical faculty as superior to all others for the use of Invalids. I
In that furrow Bet the plants. A good way, and It promises to do equally well. TRAINS to all Points NORTH, EAST nod VVKST: :
way of setting them Is for one man to gu If this plan, and liberal fertilizing IH practiced FERNDALE RYE is put up to plain cases containing no marks whatever, FOUR '

ahead with the plants, spreading the there la no doubt there la more DOUBLE'DAILY' SERVICE RICHMOND, FULL QUARTS in each case, and dellvertd to you, all charges prepaid, at the.fol.oj}

roots well and laving them against the money In patch of strawberries than lu WASHINGTON, lowing prices per case: It,
side of the furrow' and another to other fruit .
man an, one can
4 grow.C. Two trains between Jack- Ferndale A1 old, 320. Ferndalo, A A, 8> old (3.70. ;
come along with a hoe, drawing the soil K. .&1CQUA RIIC. dally Tampa, nALTIlUtJ:, years years "
on these roots and pressing It solid with . sonvllle, Savannah and Columbia, carry- Ferndale, A A A, ]0 years old, 420. Money refunded Is not entirely satisfied.HARRY ",
--- -------- ---- -------- --- Pullman Room HILADiLriIIA,
his foot. Working In this way two men lap; Drawing SleepingCurs #
k can plant a good/ tinny thousand plantsIn through to New York omit NK\V YORK:. : : MASON, l t3Z CO.t r,

} /f. a In day.keeping:'After the cultivation soil well should stirred consist by Sick WOlDenM Through Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louis Monllcello: and State Agents. 801-307-J100-3U West Bay Street, Mason Block. ':'

means of a cultivator. with harrow teeth ValentIne Toll. How Montgomery,' making connections! for Kansas City, Chicago and all points In the JACKSONVILLEe1 FLORIDA \ ,'
Jacksonville and New.
Northwest. Through; sleeping car service between
The ordinary shovel cultivator I II not a
l good tool among strawberries. Lyttta Em Plnkham'm Vogota- Orleans, via River Junction and Pensacola. Full Information on application I \

The treatment thus outlined will\ carry Silo Compound Owned He.. to any agent of this company FOR
I Its plants to the time of bloa.omlnand/ R. E. L. BUNCH, Gen. Pass Agt. A.- O. MAcDONELL, Astt. Gen. F 118.. Agt. $ 3 20 . . j

setting fruit, when they should get Portsmouth, Virginia. Jacksonville, Fla.

another application of high-grade: fertiliser Happiness "will go out of your life Sent to us by Express, postofflce order or New York Exchange we will !tJ

but without any nitrogen In it. The forever, my sister. If you have any send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID, '

IJ first application (at planting time) of fen of the symptoms mentioned in Jlra. . Dixie Flyer Route . FOUR FULL :,

tlllzer, its grade should analyco as near Valentine's letter unless you .set QUARTS_
r - BLUB U1 BMia vM V I
as possible as follows: three per cent promptly. Procure Lydia E. Pink Double dally trains; with PULLMAN'S FINEST: VESTIBULED BUFFET CARS,,
nitrogen ten per cent potash and eightyper ham's Vegetable Compound at once: Of the Celebrated SevenYearOld'r;t
cent prosphorlo. acid. At the second It Is absolutely sure to help you. Then -Through without change-- .
time of applying fertilizer Its grade write for advice 1l there la anything JACKSONVILLE, FLA TO NASHVILLE, liT LOUIS AND C ICAGO.Clo .

should be about eight per cent about your case you do not under- e connections' made In Union Depots, for__ Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey

potash and eight per cent phosphoric Ktitnd. LOUISVILLE, CINCINNATI, MEMPHIS and all point*. West and Northwest,

acid. The best'way of applying It at You need not be afraid to tell the Be sure that your ticket reads, via''--

this time Is by running/ a shallow" on each things you could not explain to the WESTERN ATLANTIC RAILROAD, and NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA,, We. ship In PLAW.PACKAOE8 no marks to Indicate contents which will svol.l all com >'fm..nC.
) When It and tent It If It la not and
you let manufactory return It at OUR KXPKNBE ;
Ideof the rowsn close as possible, with doctor-your 'letter! will be seen only by A ST LOUIS RAILWAY.For your $3.20 w\lllte cheerfully refunded. This Whiskey la an('rood( ..any 35.00 goods In the market I
as narrow a soot as can be women. All the persons' who see private 'information, ) relative to rates, schedufos eto.rrite to... We are chow at band and pan (rIve von QUICKER DELIVERY than diiiUnt bouses.. We hen :hMan ,
In these furrows apply either live or six letters at !\( .. Plnkham's Labora- doing bnelneoe this city anMkt. the lame stand for over IS YEARS and as to our RES"*,,
T. M. DOYLE, Fla. Pass Agt'Jacksonville, Fla. I'ONSIHILITY AND REPUTATION!: for honest dealing. we refer to aoj merchant here, or to, -
at 1\1....., are women.. AllleU.el'a you \
d hundred pounds of this fertilizer, and tory, Lynn.
p. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass. Agt. 11. SMITH/ Traffic Manager the editor of this paper. ,f<'
i j cover as already Indicated ; then Immediately are confidential and advice abso '
Atlanta Oa Nashville
Tenn.
SOLOMON 4 LEVI, r
1 hereafter the whole row should be lut.lylree. 3f
well mulched and further cultivation Here U the letter "It Is with 1028 ft: 1030 Flret Avenue, .y

''I 1 cease. A great many growers mulch their pleasure that I add my testimony to P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA. I r..

i plants( whenever they set them out. I your list, hoping 4 I ",,.
have never found that way of doing very It may Induce Do You IntendJSBuMipg: ? NOTICE -We pay Express Ch.rll'M to an points' ranched by "SOUTHERN EXPRESS COM' ,"r'

satisfactory, mulching them first as they others toavail' PAPY" but topoinm. 01) Ines of other Express. Companire. we prepay only. to points when'It' .
the Southern Express Company transfers to hid other Express Compaoy -
I begin to blossom Is time enough. This ra-
second application of fertilizers Is layinga selves of the rC ,
foundation for the plants for their usefulness benefit of your If so.! remember that the largest stock and best grade of lumber, as well as H .A sB k'
I1cM
: t3Z 0 0
I In seasons to come, and patting valuable rem building material of all kind" Including Thick, Ltme, Cement, Sub, Doors r;;

It quite close places within easy reachof ed y. Ilefore and Blinds, Paints, Oils, Coal Tar, Builders' Hardware, etc., are sold by.... 517. am w. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE .. FLA. bfi;;;

the roots and feeders of the p ant. A taking Lydia
GEOI G-E F. :p.A.X: >
I 1 strawberry bed, once planted, ought to B. Plnkham'c YY9ISOlOT. '. }

I be good for ten yean or more if properly Vegetable + EAU GALLIK!!:, '. FLORIDA. 1.t'oo

1 taken care of. The Belglan"metbpd is Compound I .
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really the simplest and most satisfactory felt very bad 1s. - -- ;t

I way of getting It to last that long. I This lywa.terribly MALLORY STEAMSHIP: I.
u f method Is to cover the plant.;or .ratherthe nervous and 4 LINE. .
bed, with fresh toll e"er'year. coverIng tired had lickheadache. {.
up everything but the crowns of the .. BO M W PWUNTINC.appetite Florida, New York. t t.

plants; but before applying this sol], a Philadelphia and Boston.From t,'
liberal application of the same grade of gnawing pain in stomach,-pain in my Hrnnewiok (direct),to New. York.PASSKNOER .
fertilizers, as already mentioned, should back and right aide, and so weak 1 it e' I dllf Y ''J. QrI
could stand I able !: SERVICE. !
be applied close to the plant and cover scarcely was not
1 with lOlL The time for applying this Is to do anything. Had sharp pains all l,
I To make connect Ion. with steamer, leave Jacksonville.
Before I had taken
( after the crop of fruit la harvested, and through my body. (TJninn IMpot)on Thursday via(Cumberland Rirate), 19:y am.
treating It this way U a sure remedy I half a bottle of your medicine, I found reroamllua at lao p. ... Meals eo mot- or "all RaU" 7.45Pas.e.lpn :
and other ailments the myself Improving. I continued Its use P-m, Plant f>r WuA arrive
against rust plantsare dlxreilyaboard.uim.r.
I on arrival at Brunswick I
heir to. until; bad taken four bottles, and felt (o -

I have set out I so well that I did not need to take any oathboond
1 a strawberry patch seven PROPOSED SAILIXOS Nortkboond
years ago and treated In, this way, but i more. .1 am like a new person, 'and L".New York,Pier M *.*,'I:**m8uin. t In a modified form.tila'e" season Im your; medicine shall always bsve my KB .. ...."..... ..............w41dn1.. I'ell.llI
of fruit praise.*-MM, W.'P. VAturrntK, BM .: i.v.t'.v..v.v.v.v: :..wo GRAND... ..*.. ................. FrIday. 12
pro"esln Its yield-and quality, Friday.. **.... ....._ ..... ... . .
l 'Ferry Avenue, Camden, No4\.' . .OOLORADO .. .............. ...PHdiy liar. i
It goes through oar hot summer la per Friday Mar. 1....:.......................&IOORANDX.......................... Friday.! 8
feet condition, and In the fall all It needsIs _6000 "' '- ro lowest rates issarvstloiis ...gmuni Inf nmattoa, apply ta Four Full ry
a few turn. of the weeder over It- when ...! !wwMSae&he' TKO" A. W. PYx. Ag.ae, 710 W Bay .... ol.ckvW.. Quarts Delivered for $3.2<
.7.8. 1U.
Ageit Rrnn.wsck Os.
>' is again ready for balllo..... It baa i. "E. "' _a..ilr.d.e Os.S C.H.M4LLOaT. ColGeneral Ai n'u,le, BurUn( Slip,,sad 385 Broadway.,3.T.: Agents for the Pallet Brewing Co.






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Professional Cards.

Poison ooft WEATHER REPORT. JOHNSON LAW COMPANY 'J

M. .
GEO. KOBBIXS, liy Rev Jag. II. White, observer for --- --

Weather Bureau, U. S. Government. EDISON LAI.ANPE] '
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR Poison I(,
ivy! SUMMARY FOR JANUARY, 1H)1.ni)2hpst SAMPSUN NO. 2,
AT-LAW. and J>KY BATTERIES, t
the 1st 2.0
are among the best known ) temperature on
Will practice in State and United States of the many dangerous Lowe.to" llh,. 40.0( FOR GAS ENGINE IGNITION.T HallderswuNlu

Court I wild plants and ahrubs. Mean for the month.. . . . . 5S.!S )

Office at TiTtrsviLLB FLA. To touch or handle them bsv Average mean. for 20 yenrs. . . (HO.6( rFull .. ,
quickly produces swelling highest ." In 18S2. (M>.0 t,, :
and inflammation with in- Lowest 1X1 1)J.: 1W.5: '(

TTL.. GATJLDEX, tense hchinjf!! and burning Rainfall in Inches . . .. . . . ? l.fH/ ..I
of the skin. The eruption Average for 2l; years . . . . . 2.07 (
A ATTORNEY -LAW, soon disappears, the sufferer Greatest 1878. . . KU3: Vl urn?, Af s o +.la.e 1 %
I In hopes forever; but Least " 1n8.: !1 M l
'Ot Florida 1 and :r.Jr8'1I8, : u the, State almost as'soon as! the little blisters and Il'revaUlDjll1lret'Uoo of wind . . NW

1.O Box,238. T1TC8VILLK, FLA. pustules appeared the poison had reachedthe Number of clear days. . . . . . 2. t
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)Money to blood and will break out at regular fair . .. . . . . 4
Loan. ..
18 intervals 14 cloudy . . . 5
and each time in a more aggravated -
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with rain. . . . 4 ---- -------- ---- -- ------------ -- ---- - .
GOLDSMITn I form. This: poison will loiter in the days -- -- -- -----
M. : system for years and every atom of it Island Home, GEORGE: MAUX. JOHN MARX.
must be forced out of the blood before you Meriltts Island, Fl... I

A TTORXET-AT-LAW, can expect a perfect, permanent cure. SADDEST 1VI.A. :a C>S.9

TITUSVILLE, ( Nature's AntidoteFOR THE THING.
FLORIDA. Wholesale Dealers In
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[Published l In the ADvocATE by reqiimt.
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GROCERIES FRUIT I AND i
f. J. WEBB, Nature's Poisons Thny asked. me ono when life WM young line of Electrical: Supplies. PRODUCE",

a is the only cure for Poison Oak, Poison AndHotwStillnear lu tale unfold: IM. "llanghelaudeatdt: :::: ;; 3J&S1: W.JOHNbON St. LAW Jacksonville CO. Fin. ,, ,(
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Ivy and all noxious plants. It is composed "To know my checks must lose their red. Forsyth 131 and 1.33 Ease Hay Street cud II antlSNewnanetreet, v
Will practice! In the exclusively of roots and herbs. Now Anil ev'ry nlilumitirlnfr jlt.ltlun! thrnailIn --- -
Courts of the 7th thin fair coronal.ltn glory\ shed JACKSONVILLE FI.A.
| Circuit Taxes paid for non-residents Is the time to get the poison out of your lie coiled and folded,snowy whiteA ,
j and rents and accounts collected. system, as delay males your condition .irn| of Mirn>w. lose antl: dllKht-
j TITCSVILLK worse. Don't experiment longer with Thin I U the saddest thing!I" Orange Trees. ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY.We .
FLORIDA salves,washes and soaps--they never cure. They nuked me sprain when partings rame, -
Mr. 5.M.Marahall,bookkeeper-of the Atlanta A Death,trlumplmnt,breathed the name ill
(Ga) Cm Light Co., was pnlnoned with Poison Of one held l l dear 1 wei>t and: Aid r are headquarters for all kind) of Seed and Potatoes and Cow Peas
D. ,with dead, - ------ Eating ;
PENNEY Oak. He took SUlphur Arsenic and verb ,,. "To sit alone, here one'
A. other drug., anti applied externally numerous ADd lint tn vain their fontntop.I Thin- guaranteed genutnn. We also carry full line of Hay, Grain anti Feed. We want
lotlnna ami imlvr.with no benel t. At time the To wait their!: nomlnff, and forever: mineTheir : When take Into consideration the your Oranges and Vegetables. Give tig a trial and you will bo pleased ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW welling and Inflammation was ao lever he wa rolom. Surely I life's sad tale when told you
almnnt blind For eight ears the poivon would >To oilier, 1 gi lot mo deep can. huld"_ time and money spent in bringing trees MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville Flo.
TITUSVILLE, breakout every-e..oe." Hlaeond.tlon wai much This Is fie saddest thine. ETWe only Sell to Dealers.
FLORIDA. improved after bottle cf 8. 8 anda Into fruiting, It looks foolish to plant any;
:: dtlnb1 : But now-I sit dry.eyed and cold I
I Will practice In all the courts of'the 7th all fewbottlee evidence of the dIncase dl..pp..red.PeOple of the poison; .; ;,and And wonder that a living: form, pan hold but the b."q; doe n't It? -
A heart no ileail. And If)'ou..k'
Judicial Circuit. are often poisoned without "What .. It now? What. new hard tank We grow the kind you want-since oo TC-
Han l heft. hopelessl" Th".. ,
knowing when how. you to-night
or Explain your cane I answer, with m clearer) Mirhtt 188-J: we have made a specialty of ttrictly
fully to our physicians and they will The saddest. thlnic-to alt alone. ttork. Our G. T. BUNTING'SCharlotte
high grade catalogue given
rfREDERICKA.; MORGAN, cheerfully give such information and ad- And flee all I uutrlena: Love oulirrown .
vice as require without and This I.the lailile.t thing I" foil descriptions and prices of all the
you charge,
Street. North of Plaza, ST. AUGUSTINE, KLA.FOK .
REAL ESTATE: AND INSURANCE we will send at the same time an interesting prominent kinds. Write for OUl-It'* free.
book on Blood and Skin Diseases. Oranges In A N.w Stole YOUIt ,

Notary Public. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.? ATLANTA 8A. Glen St. Mary Nurseries .:

| Collections, Typewriting, Stenography. One of the host blood purifiers Is fruit ,

TITUSVILLIC, FLA. FUSE lILOODand INCURS juice, and one of the best fruits for this Furniture Mattresses Pillows
purpose U the orange. G. L. Taber, Prop. ,
Persons who have been accustomed to
An
Offer Proving Faith.
M. TAYLOR, : eating fruit between meals or Just bo- OItENS>T. MARY, Florida.w. .
F. Ulcers eating sores cancers scrofula, fore going to bed and have heard the .also have a falliln.of(general nursery..toe"Towers' PICTURE FRAMES MOULDINGS.
itching skin scabs and
scales of eczema,
TEACHER OF VOCAL MUSIC AND aches and paint in bones, back or Joints* practice condemned ns Injurious have ::E3Ja..okets.vr1c..d.o"VV: Sla.cuca.oa
Found to their delight that they could
MUSICAL syphilitic blood poison, rotten gums and ,
ELOCUTION. eat one or two oranges with every meal Hardware Co.j
chronic rheumatism and all AND FANCY CABINET WARE.
' obstinate ,
I'. In classes or private lessons. Sight readIng deep-seated blood troubles and Instead of 111 effects resulting would
are quickly
" feel better for doing so. pf course, the
; a Specialty. Terms reasonable. cored by taking a few Urge bottles of .
I Jotor.Ic Blood Balm. We challenge the extremists who claim oranges If freely -.'.- N. Undertaklngr Department entirely separate.
TITUSVILLE .
FLORIDA. eaten will produce an exquisite complex-
world for a cane of blood disease that
! lou, cure drunkenness and other ills only ----
Botonlo Blood Balm will not cure. The ,
make themselves ridiculous, but thousands
/ "EO. A. WORLEY cures are permanent aDd not a patching
, I* blood thin? Skin ? of persons can testify that oranges
up. All I
I your pale are beneficial. Care should be taken In General Machine
. run down? As tired In the morning as Shop.
" ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. buying the fruit, to see that| It Is perfect-
when
you went to bed? Pimples? Bulls?
< General practice in State and Federal Swollen glands; or joints Catarrh? Putrid Iy ripe. Thu white pith between the f
.Courts. All business entrusted will breath? Eruptions Sores in mouthor skin and the fruit should always be cure -Mill and Marine Engine work-
: off for It Is about the most
'. receive prompt attention. fully peeled ,

,. ( General Counsel for the Tuttle* Estate, Blood throat Balm? If will so,make your the blood blood Is pure bad. indigestible the habit thing of eating In the fresh vegetable! fruit world.If with. TYPE WRITERS and CASH REGISTERS, Small MACHINERY

Miami. and rich heal
the aches
every sore, stop
'I one's meals be formed It will never be
.1'' MIAMI\ FLORIDA. and pains, build up the broken-down given and the practice will clear the _nd devious devices a..poolalty.-.
" up
body and Invigorates the old and weak. j
i TAMES ANDREWS Jo tonic Blood Balm, the only perfect blood and create a good appetite. EVERYTHING IN METAL, FROM A PIN TO AN ENGINE, BUILT AND

blood purifier made. !Sold: at drug stores. .
Repaired. The finest general machine shop In tile State.Fw .
ATTORNEYATLAW.Af 1.00 per laige! Includlngcomplete a
ain directions. To prove our faith In Blood STARVES 1: .LF :EJC: L. : :
office
| and postoffice address, TITUS- Balm, a trial boded given away to suferers. T.

. VILLR. Branch office at FORT PIERCE; For free trial bottle address Slow 23 East Adams street. JACKSONVILLE: FLA.IVEatco" .
|rrosocutlc Attorney for Brevard Co. Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Don't .

i Notary Public State at Large. hesitate, but write' at once describing growth -at I ____. __ . ____4
Poultry Netting Factory prices
trouble, and free personal medical advice of hair '
kS given. Blood Balm (B. B. B.) cures 13 la. 18 in. 21 In. 30 in. 4H In. ((10 In. The ,
;. STEPHEN E. FOSTER, when all else lolls Thoroughly tested comes .Nutiol1'S
for 30 years. Over 3,000 voluntary testimonials from lack and 72 In. wide. A large stock on hand. "San

ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW of cures using; B. B. B. Sold by BuildIng Material Sash Doors Blinds Best Cigar.
of hair ,
B. K. Wilson & Son, druggists. juneOl:!

Rooms JACKSONVILLE 420 and 423: Gardner FLA.Building; food. The Paints and Ols.! Cook Stoves :I.I'M nil

hair has PLOWS OF EVERY PE.CIUPTION. ,
HAIR
I! IOl'llIL.Why .
AMUEL T. SlCAYLOH, OOIUIOX R. HHOOMK.: no life. Tinware, Agilcultural Implements,
buy ortedclKars| | made from heavy tropical tobacco, dootoiod with
1 UAYLOR & B ROOMS, It is starved. It Keeps House Furnishings Eto.Witte .
A Sample copy of one of the best farm coming out gets opium and other drugs; when you can have the pure Florida, luau at a five-cent
ATTORNEYSATLAW.VIII for pikes before buying price? '
I papers published, free, If you will, send thinner and thinner, ;18 East Jay Kt.,

practice In all the Courts of the your Dame on a postal card, mentioning bald spots JACKSONVILLE:, . . FLA. FREE BY MAIL TO ANY! nUICol 2.' .>.oo
appear }
State. Office in Law Exchange. ADDRESS...... iio*'("f no\ .11.75'
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. this paper. then actual baldness.

.. TUB PLOWBOT Co., The only good hair The Largest 'and Most Com o.7V- :eOvrLE'"X"'fAN
olete Establishment South.
W. CRAVEN
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Atlanta, Oa.Pleane food
EAii MATEO FLA.tt6 .
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DENTIST. you CEO S, HACKER' & SON - -. - - . -----'

Castle Hall, 111 West Forsyth Street. can

mention the ADVOCATE when buy
JACKSONVILLE:! FLORIDA.

EORGE W. ALLEN, t l

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, GRAFTED. I t 'nor Found What You Want. ;

EY' WEST, FLORIDA. fcedsthe I' ; .

Will practice In the United States Orange reese roots stops it
[nd /State: Courts. Ojun95 starvation and the l-!: for a Home, suppose you take a trip down and look at our
,
Fruit said Garden Lands the
along
--- hair grows thick 'and :.

O. FRIES, C. E. 600 each 'Grapefruit Pineapple It dan. *
Tangerine, long. cures East Coast

COUNTY SURVEYOR. Homitsassa, Buby, Parson Brown, druff also. Keep a .

I Land legally surveyed and sub-divided St. Michael Majorca and Mandarin! : on bottle of it on your MANUFACTURERS OF
r lipping; neatly done. Estimates for H ethers ire Hocking In but still there Is room. If you am
1 kinds of engineering works. Dis- 5 and 6 year old sour stock, 4 to 0, and 5 dressing table.It Doors Sash Blinds, looking I Ibis way, drop a line to .

i, ted lines a specialty. to 7 feet, branched.< Moulding & Building Material aril Vlc.'r..ldeat
JAS. E. INGRAHAM ,
TUAVILLa:, Bravard Co., FLORIDA. The large t and best trees In.Florida. color to faded or gray ,

hair. Mind, we say Cfflce & Wareroonm. King, opposite FLORIDA EAST COAST R'V,
8. BURNHAM, M. I>. O. W. 'Conner.OCKLAWAUA Cannon !Street.Charleston: HT. AUOU8TINE, FLA.

always. . .. .. . .. .
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FLORIDA. --- - - -- --- - --
S. C.
. SURGEON antf SPECIALIST, 11.00.kttl. All .,...1.,.. ,

Ear, Nose and Throat. Nt tare toned yam Hair Vigor Sash Weights Cord and PABLO IJY THE SEA LIVERY.
to I* Mia beet rcmwly I lure sv.r ,
FLORIDA. Homes tried. tar the lair Mr hair WMfalllnr
:8T PALM BEACH, Virginia
r out tad so I tlan ,
very
1 would Vottki of I*. I hair Hardware. Turnouts of all decrip y SADDLE HORSES
t'nn wad '
used onl, Imtilv >?
:realfthlrkaedroq.: !' and tti I* Doif Window and Fancy Glasj; tone: BAGGAGE Transfer
You learn all about Virginia; Lands, .J.i2ocrll..efl.F.
M*""
Its resources, products, mode of cud Jill,25,1ea/." iMBtars. ,!(.V. A SPECIALTY. TRAPS, HAULING, Etc.
fer tlvatloo, price, .(o.f by reading the --:. 3 'V
Virginia Farmer. Bend lOcts. w.o.She D.-I_. BO YEAR!' SURREYS:: + Wm. WILKINSON,
SEEDS 'for 3 months subscription to the n. will wed ya hi.> Seek a TIle CXPERICNCI

Farmer Co., Emporia, Va.RANTED.Capahle Hair,and.sa wish Wr.lp.. .....Ask.t yaw*|M., ..MT.....,...qu.rlk.a lea. LAUDAtjS, __ Proprietor.
will r. *lv. *?J ****
F.n79 Swde.a reliable person In very "44._. tfflml' .:::..r.iI-. I. VICTORIAS Pablo Beach, fla.
knows a.country ova a* omintj to reprewnt :large| oooipany of solidananelalrepeatloil '
.. .. IbM ',,9tII..lary: years pap .
Seeds -
th > >rcllakta -- -- - -- - -
of a b* Doufht. Hoot save a able wakly I t3 poor bay: absolutely sire and all
ilckd en enM m.a.and I... adollar expense.l straight. bonmB.U i jl.flnlMiMl.rT; KATAIIUHHCD UTS.
,
towisalaryp.14 ateM'a
am the h.rvaiIwl .ao .... .. tnmm RM<|Anaoal fn "pew m"n y m> Notice to Creditor*, Ac.
ARD .oa..rt>ofnB ..Chlrmp O. say* DcslaseCorvalowTs.
r B. M. FERRY A CO., *e. \7Vtxl. etPs.. D3OTT2SS 6s CO.
SbrS, Mleh. .
Executor Kote CREDITOR LXOATEW: DMTSIBC. A.-m...a alMea we ee..neat r,
4 : ALL *>and all *kl c aUIra. ATdo- gwl.k1.wrWO "., ra w5w5H ltlhr.ilow
/ fnnn .
weeds Mcaftut UM Knew,of William .e_...-.rF e..ee.aa.e.1k. GRAIN GARDEK SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS
.. ... Pa..wl.Nn .
18 HERESY THAT IRS Trmtlor.d.r-..rl, ale requited ta pmwal ttoehrclaim ,.wLtl" a __ _ ,
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NartC&onj 1Md a Eseaswof \be "" &ate at to is. a.algw.d within two yon, rra..1NAM,. a..ar...... fag w .rsgp.l..a. '
J ..-. -. ra1. at Branr.1Coo.ty and !.default of such imnMiutlo* IbM MMM gwW .... ._s5.rrNaps'1ltf"'r.wtre A Xast Bay Street, .1 JACKSONVILLE' 7LOBIDA.W : .
BEEN TOT WALTON ,Fkwtda. bneb7 ealJe oa all the eadl will IM pleaded ta bM tbmof.
VE phi Calker YOU If not ell a' &be store __. ...._d .tdbulea....all pssooe said .&ate MtiIcr All vmoM barlnc papers a propwtr .f sale Scientific Ri III rltan.Ahadwsa.ltllltlwM.wrNA handl. only'the beat and most reliable SHd. A complete stock: of Hay
agalnslb
_/ J... Pritebard* Son TUosvUle. ... ...eWarord.waalr o. ...-" 10 dses.ed. will delt".r.'oRlaltla. to tars.M Corn, Oats Flour Bran Wheat, Grits! Meal Cotton Seed Meal, both bright CI
am ....._nold .Ma twee the as demigod. .:: l.sal.. tot -Allsa Fcrtllli Co.
Bt U article that should h* la thernskm .I/< an ....saws will he boned. Mr1de ...... ... ..... ran nrouadsoda.
bo tbflllde dehtsmao. yara.or bbS Will :'N ; S..rSemd I hrtalrn-Sbar.at..d ". .an.. sad wqaale rar1I1'-P
of wrery This llweewbef JlltIl'J' :t" sx-of the Valet lAte William MM&Ja Co)sa.dee wv.rt. .....",_.. .M..less. .. P1ttaellt J( onrenld..lIe... M-
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d tbe' testimonialsi II01tRZn. rrlalwle000,1. csiJus.ef
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. THE PAUPER PROBLEM. THE COOPER & McKEE REFRIGERATORS. This is to Mrch.ants.


Osceola county's great succes
basarou The first-class ice And Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
the only
A W.BKLV JOUHMAL DEVOTBD TO THH DBVBLOrMCIfT with its farm for poor *- ,
0. TUB IKDIiW RIVER, AKB ed considerable enthusiasm among
BIIIOATNB AV SECTIONS.PUBLI8HKD chests and refrigerators on
WORTH ADD the officials and tax payers of other
in future the We do a strictly wholesale business. Our prices are right as we study
counties, and the near the market with all ,the
EVERY FRIDAY. pauper problem throughout the. them. We fill orders the day they are received. We know what Indian

State will be solved. If Osceol latest improvements. Klver Merchants need, and carry justsuch a stock. Our traveling
OSAaLK" II. WALTOK Editor & Publisher
has made a success of its poor farm men visit the Indian River territory every month. We are liberal in

Dlncontlntianre of ulvts. muat lie made per -and the figures show that it ha CHARCOAL_ SHEATH our dealings. We quote prices nod send samples. Try us when in .'
tonally at till* ofllco or by writing. -what is to prevent the county oBrevard
from reaching an equally .. ING LINES.GALVANIZKD need of goods. We can and will please you.

Check etc.,may bo made payable to Cu AHLB. satisfactory solution of the probe

H. WACTO.f, pulillHlicr. lem? Under present condition IRON
:Benedict Pollak < & Co.
like
we are paying nut something SHELVES AND .
AldrOR*. all oomnmnloatlong toEAST ,
$1,600 per year to pauper!?, and receive -
COAST ADVOCATE, no benefit from them whatsoever INSIDE LINEINO. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

TITDIVILI.B, FLORIDA. in return. A poor farm well! . -. .. -- .. - - -
. DOUBLE DOORS ON'1'OP.
located and'conducted on business

0. B. Department of Agriculture principles, would not only sustain LOCK ON LOWER TIIK SOUTHERN} FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY

Weather Uurenu-Jupiter, } IR. the occupants but prove a source
of revenue to the county. When DOOR:!
The following in a comparative state
the Board of Commissioners -
ment of temperature and rainfall for the County Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
week ending Tuesday Feb. ll>, 1001. .! for Osceola firt't proposed tbe WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PK1OE LIST.We I
--1901-- --101)0) -- plan now In operation in that county ..". ..i
also Hoe of theGclcbrRTCd --- -
a complete
:. MAX. Mil*. MAX. Mllf. there ,was bitter opposition to rarry -.'

13 14 78on no 66(01) 80 76 08fia 70 the movement on the part of some 8d
72 who charged all sorts of base motives ,
15HI oo7t! eici 70 eiCO to the origators of the 8cheme. iVrite ua for prices on anything in our line.FURNITURE Florida. Telephone No.
Offices foot of Hogan Street Jacksonville 202.
17 711! But now that the books of the audItor -
E:: F <='L..A.
13 78'' lill 13 87 show a clear balance for the 9 J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Branager.McMurray \: .
01 81
19 82 02
Total rainfall for the week : .64 Bounty of fl.G84.20 thereisa hush CARPETS MATTING and HOUSE FURNISHINGS _.n .. _
awful the ,
Departure from normal rainfall for the ed and solemnity among ,
week: plus .01 Inchon. Departure ranks of the malcontents and the J a o1E..s c>:n.'V'l.11c.: :F'1a.

from normal rainfall since January 1 1.I 1. friends of the scheme are Jubilantly & Baker }

plus 4.10InebeR. "I told so." :.
I exclaiming : you ; "
HAL. P. MARDIN, Observer. O. L KEENE :f "
I Now Brevard county is second to 1 ;

- no other in the State for the fertilIty 22O and 222 East Ituy St. :JMoliawk Block. Jacksonville, Fla. :j .

THEn: is now some hope that the of its soil, and the magnificence Dress Goods Trimmings Millinery Notions Headquarters for- 'J ;:
Florida Indian War claims will be of Its orange groves. As much can ,

paid at this session of Congress. be produced In this section for the Laces Gloves Umbrellas, and Material for Fancy Work. Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles
Senator Taliaferro If working hard. labor expended aR can be realized Wagon ,

to get the claims scheduled. Such' anywhere else in Florida. From Prompt attention given to mail orders.
and Sundries."KELLY" .
of vision there is but one
a settlement would be a great help. our point
Florida this time. thing necessary for us to do, and oldest and reliable houses
to at This Is one of the most Jacksonville. All the latest
that la to adopt a plan similar to SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on you wheels
Patterns and Style.
Do NOT meddle1 too much with that now in operation in Osceola at short notice.
county and thus make our paupers 101 West Bay Street, corner of Laura. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .
is !
other peoples' business. There a
self sUltalnh We .. \
certainly can
g. --
bare possibility that they may know 3 CBP5 :a---I3! & .;
else in the -
do well
as as anyone
their own business better than
do. It Is. possible also, that you you matter of a poor farm, for the lane KJ I. LAUX & o.
ia here and the opportunities for ,

your are neglecting anxiety to your see that own others affairs keep In making it a complete success have the are Florida Products a Specialty.Foydras : I . .The Froebel Academy. . :

not wanting. Why not
within bounds. 211 St., New Orleans La.
I
farm ?
I A Modern High School and Boarding School '

.THE Clyde Line Steamship Comanche THE: proposed bilT entitled, "An By Telegraph : NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 20tb, 1001. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.App'.Y .
had a narrow escape from amend 14 of pedal to ADVOCATE renders : '
act to paragraph section
for to
destruction by lire on Tuesday the :242, of the' Rpvl StttutPS nthe TomA'ffPfI. (In Iwtrcr mi|>ph ) fanov I.?! ''" 2.00; choice 1.40) t<. 1.71; OirpuKM I I catalogue I

12th, while out At sen. Th ship S""e" fir (Flortdii. (n rt'l'.rt.n.-.. tfthtt Be... ::2.M in .i.lO; KKUpliiiitft:": I 14\1\ tit 1 (SO; 01.. .,.. Prim :2: .50; IVn| | >is. l.Hli PEl.01: J. :J: :mPPx.mEl.:
I liigOO: ; Sqlltl..h. l.i'U In ::2.2>; Ciicuinlu-ir, li "ot 11! iniikri ; I'lorapplfS .
was di-eov.rerl to be!' on tire, hut duties of th* Bourd of Public.. I (IIIIIIMI| | | Kc
Capt! I'enninxton nml hisulile crew inmui-tinn" !I. a step In the rlhdirection. Ti'ni" Hlilpiiifiji" IIIIVH livun ciuttlf, ifxiililn" i r11l1.II\lO| \ Mi|>|"il.v nnlvintfat It. .
soon hold the il'imva under control. Few will object to HIInrrrttaed one iliii<*. h.rIJIfl1l1t'I.yt' inn I In: .la'lii'Kf' I.>.CIV| ..IH und CliO iiuive. to I II ( :) i-oiiof:
There wu* no pwnlc and everything I on I. Hldu p..tni", Hvniiiliiff. ivi ""|1'1.1| |>' IMI tlilrt imiikri.Keirulai ,
school tux tbut will en- ..nhlpnientH 1111I:1111..111.. better iliau liifo, Hint was done orderly. .Vile the puMi .chorl.. to continue rl,, 'r this umi-kui.' H J. LAUX* CO Vi WILLIAM CLARKE SANITPAI! -I I,1

Tor eight Ilionths Instend of nix ..
a--c. roD r t1I a--c .
WASHINGTON (Ihe Father of hili month* Itl herf'tofore.'e sincereX ____ .. ',
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: Country, will ever live in the heart. I the bill will the legis -
hope pnsa" '"
I welcom. Fine (JiinFixtinea' Plumber and OHM Filler Hoofing Sheet I
Ormond. were \glutl to "" thurn to the Oi ;
the American. Its
of people us
I great luture without trouhlr.Hardeeville.. ,
mllnllIllItn. They hiouitlit tlielr auto. Iron Woik, Pumps and! Dinln l'i.f| I'.mh Tubs Water Closets t
I eet defender "nd wisest! adviser.Thli. mobile HImIh with. nnd BIB enjoy

I' the 22nd dny of Ffbnniry, MI'''. F. II Gilswold. of Albany, N.V. ingdiltbM ,,n tliH tlle'"l, lii'iuli. .PMM.day, mid Wusli Stund! *. CoppereMil* of all llnds and

t L will be celebrtitnl all l over the Unl ., U one of the popular. Iiwlieit ai the fieijiiui.lly, uolnu an far n. N, w }>nijrn'i! dexcilptioun, ie-tlnned. ,
OliO onrl.MI Inlet and retuin by way ol' lli> buoili.
f 'II ted State In eftmmemoraHon of .1
I
, Evrrvnnn; IN. sorrv to Ipntn thnt Albeit Mis. Ft R. Aldilch.of DHIII.I' and
her
the birth, of \ merlcVs tililest advocate >s Lll,I White a popular jounjjliidyfrom ,
und tliff founder of those prln, \VII IItOIl'1I hoiHU died I last :batuul.iy. llHMilngn, h<*i> lietb enjojlag' a vlult filciidn, MI... W. It. Hail. .\lIhI.II.lIt. MIH.E. 37 Forsyth St., Jacksonville, Florida i
j Mr. nml. Mix. Moirln Holme*, from at thu Oi mond this week. ( A. UUI'O'Ii.'' .." IItii|>"i.H aixl Mru. l". ..
clples of goMTtiwent which hnve 1 IIoriKie S.nn nml. nUtei' A. C'hHMf, Hfler H slum, vMit to the Or- '.
'iiUHllnii. HD< ,
made our nation one of the fore II'VIII CVuitenoy visited liieud. bare lost Paul 1C Rltcliur, wife. child and maid m'nd.l k-fr, for 'lie Ro.v"il l'i.j.-i' ".iii. I'ltlmBeach. I
old of the Mount. rieunnnl IIUIIMP '
guests 1'1"ill\ letuin 'o Ihd OnnundI
the civilized world.In
most of '
Sundav.
power are AC the Ormvnd fur the winter. later,
our prnine. of those who have J.lnn"on. the new section foreman I IJ1..t I I .PLUMBING.

given stHhillty to the nation, let us hall brought liln fnrally here, and Uiaole W. I'ruvUleiiue E. Ripley ,a R.prominentresident I., Is .mji.>lnif u visIt of- I, Helen Mr. nnd Curlier. Mis., Master n. W.Donald Cuiiter Cnriler MUs . . . |

not' forget Washington who laid dimming*, n niece, la with them, and of several weeks at the Ormond.I I I and Ufnjimtn Curlier jr"., ami m>iid,
Bchool..J. .
the' foundations of free government attending C., are m popular
of Stamfoid .
Mrs. F. P.O..bol'n. ; Steam Gas
and Hot Water
. P. Sawtrlie Is expected home In a accompanied by MUs >[. Bustianelll aieagnln the Oimond. :'J'hvy hnll fium Ljnn Fittings Tin Sheet Iron:1:
'ew' days frum Polk county where be at the Ormond for the senson. lit"" ..., and are accompanied. by Mis. Bf ,.
ms boeu buying oranges BUll shipping Doak.Mr. and Copper Smithing. v
WITH reference to the throwing 'hem to New York. Dr. A. O. Dyer and his niece MlsnLonUe '
and Mrs. C. C. Dloomflvld and Mrs \ I
AI. Suley, of Veimont, ace enJoyIng -
of refuse about the streets to which Our school will soon close when Miss the sailing", paittes from the Ormond. A. II. Culler who It-ft jHckson, Mich., a Estimates furnished on application to any part of Florida.
we have frequently drawn attention Iluot wllVgo to Ilonrt venture to teach few days itgo In a blinding DDOW storm, \ .
Mayor Wlluion VVhllfdln of West another tel m before returning to hi** Dr. Charles E. Clark no enthusiastic aie now banking In the sun ut Orm..nd. :::EJOOBmB.: : d;) LXG-EJTBODY::: :
All her friends nod MIS. A. li. Uuitl, of Lynn
Palm Heaoh ( this hume In N anil 1 lie. many golfer, much to their delight. Xen Wheeleiand '
disposes unpleasant lope to see her buck again next winterMr. MOMS., aie aKalu among their ounieruus Miss Inez Urdwn, of Chattanooga; \ 15 to 28 South Main street.
way of doing things by leads i nt the Ormond. are Included la the above U
party '
!M. E. Stevons ot Anhburnham, JACKSONVILLE '.
<.., issuing the following notice, which MOHH., In with Mrs. .,. P. Sawielle. This Fiaucla Hindersnn and wife Miss A pleanant patty at the Ormood Include FLORIDA. : \
Is a step I in the right direction : I. her ftrwt vlolt to Floild, and coming Helen Henderson MUs MnrRaiet, llenderi *' Win. McMillan ,.llu and maid,
"Being determined to stop the lorn the Ice and snow and zeio weather >on and Miss :VIo\lplo I aie .. new par Mis. Wm. H. Tboiaburgh\ ; three: child
'throwing of waste paper, scraps or ul Minnesota where *he. him been n|>pndnga ty at the Ormuod forlli* winter.E. ren and maid E. O. Warner wife and w WATCHES CLOCKS

other refute on thn streets or side few month she flndsoursunnvd. v" li. Grandio an,1'wit... Mine Ornndln child, Mrs. }'. O. Eaton. Mis. K. P. Collier l ,
md gieen fullagtt and beautiful I Indian ami Miss S. K. llalsey, hailing
Miss Mabel Oinndln Ned Urandln and respectively
walks or .alley of the town I have ilvor a constant delight. Alma Parker of Washington D.C., are from St. Louis and Buffalo. Diamonds

instructed the Mxrthal to arrest pleasantly located at (he Oimond. ''ir" . Jewelry .
found' thus have Htood it ,
anyone violating sanitary > Job could'iit The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Frost bites and chilblains quickly cured .
ordinance. The penalty for If he'd bud Itching piles. They're ter.Ibly Charles many McCaith), of Portland Me., by Banner :Salve: the most healing remedy .,. ... "Souvenir Wedding Rings and Present, '.
this offense I Is $3 fine or ten days anuojing' ; but Ducklen's Arnica gave them a hearty greeting on their arrival in the woi Id. B. R. Wlliton ife Son.: Waltham Watches, etc.
imprisonment. A reward of $5 will salve will cure the worst ciute of piles on at the Ormond, the flrstuf the week. "UBiIS :
earth. It IIHS'CUred, thousands. For lu- ? r rj
be paid to citizen giving W. Seamans FIDE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING
any me urlen., pains or bodily eruption It l I. thee Mr. and Mrs. Clarence GOOD ADVICE. ..
the names of parties violating said > .t ...tveln the world. Price: Ik box. Miss Dorothy Seaman* and raald Mrs.W -' ._ A
ordinance. 1 to the Sold by B. H. Wilson < A. Dyer and Miss Kulr/ers' of Brook- SPECIALTY. ,j
keep Cure guaranteed. Messrs. Anderson
propose Price of Watch
Hotel tor Plant
lyn are again at the Oriuoad for the inspector 8> tem, and also for Jacksonville & Southwestern B'j.Spectacles "
highways of the town neat, clean A Son. Ormond Ormond has the following letter and
and inviting." seaxoa. posted up In their office : Kyeglasses. Charges paid one way. R, j. RILES, j .

FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. Captain F. A Kendall .U. S. A., and ,Anderson A Price, Ormond Fla. 225 W. Bay St., jACKSOwnLLB' \ j
wife and their daughter Mrs. W. S "O ull /mea:-Please !give your attention . FLA'r''
TUB effort of any newspaper to Root little soo and maid, of Cleveland to Sunday golf) playing. It has been .,: tl
build up1 a town Is practically nullified NKW OKLBANH Feb. 10. O., are a pleasant, sociable purty at the brouuht me. In the way of complaint HAMMOND PACKING CO. J ,,'
o BdHor KaCoatt\ Advocatei Ormond, that the managers of the several houses
unless It is backed up by the We beg forward a few notes for the Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Merrick and Miss encourage tbla practice. While I have (Formally The O. H. Hammond Co.) 1.
business men of the town, says the wntftt of fruit and vegetable \trow en. Mabel Merrick. of New Biighton P..., no disposition to be Pivltanlcal I am of OUR SPECIALTIES '1"'
Boston Tress and Printer. A strang.r The supply of tomatoes the lout few mill\ remain at the Orniond uuiil Its clone.Vr. the opinion that, credit will be reflected : I 'f
turns from the news columns of lays bAil l>*en very Urire, owing DOloubt Merrlok catchea more nail than any upon- your administration if you avoid, "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon V f."Coin
to the pru"poCtII held out to ship a* far, as posulble the appearances of
,
Its cola other In the hotel while Ml.s Mer
a paper to advertising cans, gneal '
>era for the large, crowd attending Mar- first-class what most people constdnr to be an evil. Special" canned meats. ::
rick U to the front a a
and If he falls to find there the bus.iness dl G..... Uafoituoatoly the weather I* coming Let us not fall into the bablt of making "Calumet" hams and .
cards of the merchants and not holding out as was expected, aa its golfer. our hotels andi their surroundings a place breakfast bacon '
professional firms he comes ,to the showering to- weather Is promised for to-morrow. We F Hathaway prominent and well known responsibility. Yours truly Homemade '
conclusion that it is lard.
a good place would strongly urge that small regular esldeoU of West Somervlllo, At....., "J. R. Parrutt, president." pure
to keep clear from. No town ever hlpmeota are better for both shipper ,. "Peerless" compound lard 1
sausages
grew without the active assistance and receiver aa It will enable us to hold and all Pachlng House. Products. Florida Drsnchs i
of its papers. Nor can! np the market price and create a healthy JACKSONVILLE FLA.
.' and build up their localities papers with grow lemand still .:::co :eEj.A.c:: : ':!:':arS: : .
I.F' Green beans are very scarce, no '
out the assistance of the town. 'r,
.
wax showing up ,ot. .
Business men should realise this, leppera are In, better demand with Unless you want to save) money. Watches ANn

and remember! that in lending support very light supply.I&Kpl Jewelry
to their local paper they 'are .nts should be packed in boxes, DRY GOODS, NOTION'S SHOES MILLINER, *URNITURK.. MATTINGS ,
.. handling en route bralaeehe
M th rough The old I
establish Watch
not only building up their own stock when packed la barrel*. TRUNKS. TOTS. 3CMAS NOVELTIES and Jewelry bn.lnes,, THE OOLDEU \
business, but are helping to support The supply of pineapples Is very light.II. .. Etc. Price* are right. AL1GAT R. ha* nraoT, d from the old stand. 5 West Bay street. .

that whioU Is steadily working for J. Lxcx: & Co., Our "took U new, 'selected. and SUITABLE.. WK!: CAN, WI Wnx please you! to 417 West Bay .treetoD ,h, laID. W. of the .reef I. the .",'
,
the growth of the whole town, and ;

the upbuilding, of their buslne.s'by THE etbsmn RAPID and CALKER boatbullder la what need*,8"1 For TRY USj Xall order* receive. .' prompt and careful attention. Traveler-.fiotelklock. EaUMIshed In 1873. Address.XOTTIS .

bringing new' settlers Into ,he coun. .y... b.Ju. Pritebard A Boat Tttneville ,''\ l' & : :1:. S-DK- :I? S "

(,y. ..... Price-1 and *3 saob. John R. Walker Co. Titusville, Fla. 417 WEST BAY 5TREET. _
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 22. 1901. 6 I



JAMES FIIITCHAKD, President; WM. M. BKHWV, VIce-Presldent.

[Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG, Eden. C. S. SCIIUYLKH, Cushier THE SOUTHERN FRUIT CO.


EYE SPECIALIST.We C. A. Robinson and wife It'ft. on Monday INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

morning, fora cruise to Lake ,V ortb. Send ii8 your orders for Seed .latocs. Wo keep nil varieties.

The Card Club was entertained by Mr.
and Mrs. II. W. Klchaids last Saturday COUNTY DEPOSITORY Wholesale Fruit :and Produce Merchants.We .

evening Authorized capital $ IOO.COOPaid
pay onsh fur all fruits and vegetables. or receive on commission
The i
Swallow with Capt. Jack Russell up capital - $25OOO
at the helm took a merry party of ladles Average deposits $1OOOOO /giving shipper the benefit of the nun,'ket.IMtOMPT .

to North Ankona last Thursday afternoon : JH3TUJIN8.: ()IU)(:n8 riLL.ii at LOWEST 1MUCK.S.Vo ; ,
a
-\ wantTOMATOKtf --

Dr. Cr. W. Holmes was called to this Transacts a General Banking : ;::-\, L1MK:5! ITXKAI'PLES: HAXANAS, COCOANt'TS' LEMONS
lace, last week, to attend Mr. "". F.
Wolfe's baby who has been very 111 for OUANOKS.:::-\ .\".\$, APPI.KS: 1'OTATOKS, ONIONS, CELERY< <: ,

some time.MUsilarlowe. l Business. POULTUY ASH I KOOS. Address. ,
.
correct nil cases of simple and tbo beautiful and talented THE SOUTHERN FRUIT COMPANY
Largest and Oldest Bank on the River. ,
authoress who hits been
[ compound refraction of tho eyes relievIng young stop.
1 all nerve and eye stiaio headaches ping at F. li. MoMullen's, left, hint week, Exchange bought' ; Mill told on all Foreign 10 and 12 Uildge Street, JACKSONVILLE. MLA

for Kockledgo. Countries.IVitrnnape .
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| and often sick stomach. A sclentlllo -

[ examination made beforo fitting gluHtte The ladles hereabouts are developing! 011 ai'to,,'clnted. l'ro'"I'C Mirvlro, polite '
I muscle, and also much skill, In handlingrow b c t+'1. trvatiiiuiii ,silt! el'erv favor etiiitaultwith oon- ATLANTIC
We carry the largest optical stock In the boats. We have some experts and +-+ servative bnnklKK: gra 't il. BEACH.

[ State. We also do the largest optical the air Is full of rumors of a row boat "ORn.t\I'O: nRNTI\1

t business. Repair workby mall race. We will bet all our money on-. v tiro i 8nnrft Htloiml Hunk iif row York, and
promptly t r. 1 Natlnniil Hank of Jack onvllle. I"a.I .
[ attended to. Address Mrs. N. Arnold, who was visiting her .
The New Seaside Resort of the South 16 Miles from Jacksonville.
rrj'1 U!+VILLl I..l\
daughter, Mrs E. A, Ireland was stricken .
Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG, Specialist.Clarke's with paralysis last Thursday the 14th I'


Pharmacy and, or despite medical all that skill loving could suggest hands/ coulddo she Property of the Florida East Coast Railway

163 V. Bay street, Jacksonville Fla. died on the 10th. The Interment will be i

at Nashville, Tenn.
Tile iiinAt popular ovasldo resort In the South.
West Palm Beach.The The storm last Wednesday seriously
Interfered with the plans of our ladles Lots fronting tho ocean and IHluh"'lIrdM now

all of whom had set their hearts upon SOAP offered for
Male. 81)'lu111rll'1I for next JIO dll'II.1 1Ooi3.rtlcxrL
young people gave a dancing party going to :Mrs. A. D. Merwln's tea A RJAGOOD .

I in the Ladies Club room, on the eveningof plucky half dozen braved the storm, and : [ St. Valentine's day. are loud In their praises of this popular ,

little lady's hospitality.The 22: Hogan street JACKSONVILLE FLA.
The house-boat Manatee with, Lieut. !J
I Wllloughby family Is again on the youngest .son of II, W. Richardshad ,, yy, - - ---
| shores of Lake Worth, opposite the Clark the misfortune to break his arm on i
I dock on the east side. Friday of last week. He was riding a Georgiana. Rockledge. :
tricycle trestle W. F. .Richards' ==- ---------0;
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The season of 1001 may be said to be place and by some means was thrown to MMMM.
I at its height as hotels, boarding houses the ground, receiving his injury. The Melbourne. Eau Gallie. Archie CnAmbors Is spondlnK 1few The hotels are crowded to their fullest

I and people tenting rooms lire taxed to plucky little fellow put on his coat and .- dttys at home, visiting his father and capacity "
j their utmost capacity. went home alone Dr. McClintou, of mother
C. L. Taylor's horse. Is. $, O. Olngrns with
filled
to
Quite an Important sale was made on Jensen, set the bone and It Is doing OOODE A OOO\E.-Rp..1 Kntnte and Loan. overflowing J. AV. Hrnnor and fnmlly are over at friends, and relatives In Louisiana, '
fur London anti and / with a pleasant lot of northern
the east side 111 Moore nicely. Agent JVtna Liverpool the beach nt Ooennus this week ,
Saturday; rs. Ulolm 1'rovliloni'e! Waxlilnirton, Sin and I'n- tourists pickingAnd A school of
l porpoises was soon goingup
disposing of the Doll more cottage and Mr. Mlms, our new supel'lntendent visited l'lfto're' InHiiranoe. Spatial attention paidto shipping Ills largo crop of beans.
other property to Mr. II. M. Flagler. the Eden and Jensen schools on the Intermits of non.roitliltmt- Theo. Deytnnn the plnno tuner, has Uncle anti Auntlo HtiKties spent avery o'clock.tho river Tuesday morning about ]10
and if he made impression I !gone to points north of here on a business
Thursday as good an -
Capt. A. J. Canova commander of the HOTEL CARLKTOV-Open the year round Delightful ileasantafternoon at Fairy Ijiind,
Flagler fleet at the Royal Poinciaoa has everywhere as ho did at these apt to spend winter or aUIII"' '''. I..v trip. Mondiiy' nud enjoyed the hospitality of Not a row-boat can bo hired here after

purchased a very desirable home on Da schools, he is solid with" all the children. cated River.on Ten high,. moderate.built overlooking the Indian The launch Eau Oallie carried a largo the genial jolly good I>r. Wlttfeld anti nine a. m., owing to tho demand for then

tura street and with ills family will His speech as faithfully reported by one FBAKK KOBKKTIKINIroprletor." plll'tyof tourist to Cocoa and return wife. by tho fishermen.Miss .
make west Bide his ten years old, was: most happy one, and Monday last. .
thq permanent home. : Dora Uret>se left, Monday, fol'Ilotroit.
if he receives all the letters he is threat- rr Subscription for the ADVOCATE, Mr.\ Hemsteiul a son-in-law of Mr
The many friends of Mrs. II. J. Ilanoy ened with lie will be snowed under In the pink pnper of the East Const will be Capt. A. Bennett bas filled his house Simmons arrived last week, and joined Mich.? where she expects to romulii -

of Stuart are pained to learn of the severe spite of his inches. Tho children say received at the Melbourne Postofllce. with guests wbo are delighted with the his family who liavo been hero for some sumo tints
attack of la grippe which the venerable they always have a tall superlntenent. fishing In our nel hborbooel. time. This Is their first winter ID the The Ostarly plaooj was recently sold tait

Doctor is now suffering from. We "That Is so that he can see all over the The homo of Miss Eaton Is being The cat boat Nemlsls. was at Eau Lund of Flowers and all are well pleased Mr. Degrvo, of Atlanta who expects
extend our sympathy and wish for hima with what they have scan to make his winter homo
room at once, they say tented to a now diem-of paint. Gallle on Monday and Tuesday last, here

speedy! recovery. Dr. F. II Hnughton and wife were in with a party of gentlemen on board. Mrs. Alien Fish shipped half of An Mn! May Howes, of Oak Hill, Will the

Particularly fine strawberries are'belngraised A MISUNDERSTANDING town last Saturday calling on filends. :Mr. and Mrs.! Potter; of Michigan orange box of kiimqnat oranges a short guest of her brut her, T. 1*. Howes our
by our young farmer Porter Laur- derstood systems of disease lead doctors have rented one of the lllbort time a//KI>, for which she received Kt.UO popular station agent for a low days
iOI(. The beriies Mud a ready sale at one to treat something else when the kidneys John Henry was In town last week, for the balance of thus winter season cottages She hits. some Went Indian |>"wpaws now I last week.
dollar Mr. also at Melbourne Beach visiting\ friends. llpenlii' the Inricesl" ever In this
grown
per quart. Lauring expects are out of order. Foley's Kidney Cure ) .
and hoes
Mr. Atrs! lllnlr/ who have
to handle a thousand quarts from this will bring you health hen other medicines Mr. nnd :Mrs. Ueoreo Rowley spent last Capt. Smith, of Dnylonn', with his K ''utl'Mi, M., inn ol I hens auigbiug .IH much aprtiillng, the, HMIKI.II heiv, with Mr. and
his tirst\ year's liuincli the Mnlim, WIIH liuui, on tiuuda.y UMtfllHIld |I" of|VU I'lHlllllK'
crop.llr. have failed. Take no substitute. Sunday at 'the home of M r. mid !Mm. III lit C'. W. Itl.iki-nUe\ have returned to
:. B. W. Jerome, of R., kll'jlll) ; him B. K. WIU >n A Hun. John Uoode. lust his" ,veltoul having MOIIIU slight ivpiilis ilonu loA It iiTil, HI IHI MM Id: ''
" puicliHHvd, from Mifyor' Whllldhi the Mr. and MI.... A. II. Clince, of Marshall, In Fl.uida, ," but Mi. l''Mi', m Kuiin," A Honk of eruas and bliiokhlrds about
handsome Duma pleasant dunce! came oil at Eureka tore I IHIH pittvi-il III'the' ei'iHimy. fur I hit,
collate; tin steer, alpi Jensen. Minn. friends nf Mr., J. II. 1''IIII".RlenOl.oI ,
it tulle I long nnd tl i Imif ndlu alie l Plla.ed"v.
sent occupied by K. A. McPlu-nlii. .the pleasant! giiOHtM at Hotel C'niluton. II til, on TiivNiniv' eve! liiil., Thu pray IIHH, im fibs "b.III..a"'r. bl..IIII'.I-I.ur.te l
" The house Is cuusideieil to be ouu of the ./ words weir, clulu"d l In the fund of St.: vel Vet) bOIL tea, Hll Clllol., lllfHHII< Inl|( Rick learn! going n"ll l UiHiiHt, lastSunday

: boat do,lulled. building tu tm n. Julius /guild.! two mid I here lucliiH, nunicH gl'tlw log, mil mnihlnif' abmit six o'oiuck.,
), We have been rending with much interest We were grieved to Inxin' last H.itur In the! nd I nud lili liu piutPctluiMr Miss| Addis of
lliincock llollngbroko
The Free, heading Kumn open every of 'the ocl..1! I function nf nor' ilay, wl'Rlev"' (I,., who!. IIIIH. for soma wtekii Loan the
I of lei noun mill! evening IMS a huge nllmbel' neighboring burgs, Eden and TUttialM, In JrfckHonville., Tlw fatally have Eau; Uulllu'a hititmi again, after n
, i of vlnltom itmoug thin vl..II.lnlll''Ilu i i coiiKlallugof/ pink teutl. thimhle, societies& our heartfelt hymprtthy.Mr. trip to Palm Bench. and other points XS'olliK) In tin vl net gaud, success. guest' of Mix." II. 1 S 1. WllllimiK ht visiting

:' [ from the Nor"'Ii, many coming from the ohio cluoH. cMid: parties. together with son ill of I this.Mi. . IMHklllK Hllll "llllIU! his KlOllllli/ MDIIVUIlll, .* jMliis boa mulcts, ut her home, In Co-

I eii,t side. All ere, finphitiio in thou birthday ci. ,.,bialionH, wndding sRclt's : and M I'll. Holland hbdternofFranklin '. '11,1111111. C.: W, McNnbb enteilnlned nano. "I, in,inifo M.I<..1.| ifi'flvlnu an other con.
aiiivuil hero last week
I'.i. -
j j pi'id si- for thu I enfigetlc' woik! the la- births, bathing: clubs mid such* variety ad will , thulr honeymoon In the, a fun fi lends on Monday eve last for llficcii iliillttiM a tow days ugo, rotilHilnu 1'hollallt.-.. llnrtwoll gave niont do
spend
| f pupiir kulv II K, nupklim hugs| IIlhttlllllltl" VulentliiM party lust Tliurs-
New slieet.
[ of the llbiaiy. namtH, I hut It. hall coated M sort of a Phillips cottage; on pleasant evening very !mutt ch Iuhl., .,", |pin, oushl.iiiH, cllll.r liulil- duty ewnirg. As Houvvnlr, each guest

iiiz le-d.izzlttln ourbialn. It Is true' that Rear-Admiral J. II. OIIIU, of New era, etc., all tlnUlied ....)I.ht,1! and vnr received a clv\eily-uoitvn up valentine.
An o'del'Va., .* promulgated lust Sat,,,-. we cannot make such an eiiiboiute show York, and hla brother, I. V UIIIU of Mr. and Mrs. Dronciy and 1If'a., Smith 1I1..lwcl. situ the bmk un, gram and With games and a dotluinu.supper the

day that uo moiM' llsliiiix, ftom tliu mil lug along the lines 'above mentioned, as Kane, }...., also MUa Anna Clllln, are now and daughier, of Olemi, N. Y.,'are Mfd. IIIOMI pleiuuully
Iroad blidgu, would, be allowed after Him we have been.... bun.y with the practical, living In Ihe Wliiiiug) houoo, at Mel led In ihe Hnil ill C"ttR/teoo/ Houston (litHe" party| went lo I ho lieimh at
I dale. Ho lovrih of the, plitca'orial T'lio nieiry-gii-ioiind' In Coons In Hjmmt
many MiTaiiHofsubHtiiiul.il, dovelupement tf> beadle bourne Beach, but twine to town quite sleet, for the winter. OOBUIHK, H.tiunliiy. M'. UIm tt1IJ. wife
pleasure, d the bridge. I hurt ntiinuiloii foi'nld ami boU.l .
[ c( liprrg<>ti <>u to devote much line to the young
aceotnpliHliments -
I with I Iheoonhta'I lesscIiiiirsrolhngacma., often. The Hotel Otnnnilii Is fast Riling III'with twit chlldifti' and nume. Mr. Htmmonh, \ hlts nud Muck. It buglim 1'unningafter <
I pedant! ,rhitm were in dimmer, either by IMSIIDK in which! our Mister cities At the municipal itlrcllon I.iai week guests, H'IU' stein to take !guest, Mr and MIH I'lviCK. Mlxx. Com 1\1 u nll"n. iiuliiiol rloHmiM each tiny and continues >
make such Even
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. caught with M houlc n' hit by chair', a meteoric" dixulay. the following persons aero elected : W pl.>iiHiiie. I In the yahoos. flaking and J. W. Hi'u HIM mid "Uifolo IliiKhlit, until neiiilv! IIII.IIIllthl. It Is full near
i.J (hence I ihe order.Mis. our I lime ban been occupied that ""n. It. llalnlln, mayor; S. M. Mmllu, A. .1...1.Uoode cliilug' trips, o/C&ollo,1/ for their amuse More than olio of thus party, gut theli first I ly every I omul, tuprclnlly at night
|has been In the .
univooKuized pink
sea \ :
U. S.: rtnexldker councilman; C. ItlVflt." sight| "( lliu '.0"."'. Home went In bmliItiK. when In town ncems to bo
J. W. Siickett, wlf. of Maj-r J. piper:- 'but as wo anticipate an occasional J. F. Campbell! utaik. and treasurer; M 1.O. 1. The steamer Kathleen. HodgNon liroa.owners . A II ut the pal lly except this two hint there, oveiyonu
IW.Mioketl, U. S. < ivil Eniriueei", ft St. recess from! our tnt'mttiafitctory labors Kills, uiAishitl' and collector. named went In Air. Simmon's lutudsomeliiunoli.
f August ho., who has Ics n a guest. of her of development, MB will let the wiUslde towed the ]limncli, Kiirnvda to llolwU I'luxn. Indlnn Hlver and New
world i know what hut ho Mr. 1'eltee's beautiful yacht Zoravd.t Cooou, on Monday -ome slight de- and
o {mother andblother, Dl is. backett nodIMr. we are doing. Kocklndgu sue full of tuuiUis everything -
. : Gleu Hlrnhm fur the 'IHSI nioiith, read fact are, that our development. hiss, bRa been at our duck for Heveiitl" 1 days riingoment of the machinery was the \Vliltu Alan Turned Velhiw. Is on n boom.. The nrnnge grove
{leaves for her home t.l-melrr., Saturday. wlUinut auv nIvertlning. been as rapid with! Mr. and M's.. 1'.l.Ie" and ..ou. aUn euust never liHiKed lovelier sail the tourist
I much to the regret of her many friends as we desire It, for It only requires a penstar Capt. A. J. ttiwida.and Mute Will Scott The yawl, Princens carried a jolly Great unnnterimtluii< was full by Ihs Bally go Into raptures over the lusnlou
whom she has endeared herself to by her with desire for a KIMM! location; andpiifin.ble on' boanl. Many .>f our townspeople party of guests and citizens' out for a IrDcU ol M A. nU\llI'ty. ef Lexington fruit 'rho growers, ae kept busy tilling
genial, 1 sunny nature. Investment to look at the have been out lo see her, and all pronounce spin' on ludlaii. Ulver Mittuid.ty alleinoouInnt. Kv., ulivti 1 they uw he was. tuinltiK jell 1'11"lIle I order, and altogether prosperity
natural advantages that pieseot them- her a little beauty . Thlll party weiuguestsof Mr. J. A. .w. Ills skin slowly chunked color aim seems to reign once more with u..
"All things come to those who wait," selvee to view to convince them that they Ullburt. hla ayes, and bn allllllred terilbly. Ills
and hone words were verified on Monday have reached the place where there are Last Thuisii<*y, by 10vllalltlllofGeol"ple8Ieph.mCl mitludy was yellow jaiiiidlon' lie wits .
morning when the house-boat. Demos a jolly party enjoyed a delightful titateil by the \beot doctors but without Frequent coughing InHames the lung*
: W I..
iblned the ,
of real
o more advantages Yaocy Paducah. Ky., writes: 'I. '
rail on tile yacht Ida May to Bay advise Foley Honey and Tar the cough
[arrived at the City dock with tit<' Mars than can he found anywhere on the East "I bad, a severe case of kidney! disease. tenertt. Then lie nuts ) to try atol.1I
View pineapple plantation, ala"jtoloj( to leg and heals that lungs. The ordinary
land .Siripen/ tI)10J( from her masthead, Cowtt, or In }'Io,Ida, and I lea. uf the dis. and three of the best physician* In Mouth. KlHUtila Ultiem' the wonderful stomaoliand
[and !board Valkarla, the old home of Mr. Kelerlug, liter and be write cough medicines which are simply expeototanU : -
Dr. and Mrs. Uougliton on as advantages. We Intend In following articles era Kentucky treated inn without MIIOce remedy I After .
then, to the lovely home of Flu'.. Amelia will not nor thin, as they keep
[hale and hearty ns over. They were right to state what hone advantagesai [ ", .Induced to try Koley'a Kidney \ taking l Ian bottles I waa' wholly oiued
lunch
Valentine anti family. AtTlllman the lungs' Irritated. throwing oil the
warmly welcomed' on the Kant Coast as and In doing so, shall not overlook Cure. The first IJIUlelave/ immed A Ural 1 proveslta matchless merit for all
eaten on board, consisting of all phlegm. Il li. Wilson A Hon.
(their friends are more In number than the fa t that there tare also Home dls- was and dilak. lain ,ivllef and three bottle cured me at' inot'I! li', liver and kldnxy troubles. %
the swills tho kinds of good) tlilngit'to eat iiV Bold \ li. K. WIUiiu A / -- -
of sea. advantages which every prospective settler permanently! gladly recommend thla Only : >J Hon.:
!home well load. with
The came
.bould be tinted witlu party wonderful It. R. Wilson Please. wrlto .ut whenever you fall to.
remedy, Boo.Mi .
Mi., <4 c... Bacon, or Philadelphia, and acqu pineapples and oranges. Among the I receive the ADVUO T..
fir. leery Pettitt, have laid the foundation guests were : H *dames OHO. Stephens - Bovine.

for their house on the east aide of Fatal delays are caused by experiment: A, J. Keterlog. U W. Ooode, Geo. U .wley. '
.ake Worth and work; of building will\ ing wluli, cough and cold cures. Foley's and Haalett, Misses Matilda Meday ceo.Mr. South Rockledge
pushed ahead at once towards thenpleMon Hooey and Tar will prevent aeoW from and Anole Goode, and Messrs. Geo. We are tinting lovely weather just

of their house, to be called resulting In pneumonia. lit It. Wiilson. Rowley, Ha"l..tt and Fulghum. r and Mr. Holt ban returned from i now, and/ corn ROIl Pelican Lodge." We predict that the A much needed rain fell Tuesday.
[ Palm Beaeh.Hotn .
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i, All the storkmen are getting ready to
Dishing and furnishing of the Lodge Half the world I* In darkness aa te the of our llcco visiting girl went take thu first cow hunt on the nut of Hhlpplng aranges U the order of the

flit Ifave be rare very artistic unique taste as ,both and gentlemen a. colossal Fort Pierce. cause' of heir ill health, and they doctor I up to Eau. Gslll tu a dance on Tuesday March.Ble day.

for comfort Their hospitality will ,- J (or about everything>> except the right evening ...rn. John I'ower. and Allen liar Orange tree are putting out a flDIt
ye and that I. the stomach. Nearly / boom.Olad
thing .
B taxed to entertain their many friends, W. J. DUI ha moved Into his new all kinds of illness originate In the stomach. A merry party of ten sailed up the Sebastian dee. of ICockledKi, were In town looking
I oth at home and from abroad. residence. . Take Dr Loyal Ford' Dy.peptl 1 river on Hutnnlay oa Mr. I,. C, fur A/sJ. Matrudai' line cow, which ran to see the editor of the ADVO-
VAT last week
MiH>re's l unoh, Krclldoiine. After away.Eugene
going
I I. clde and stomach working -
The new drug store rapidly nearing get your properly.
| TO !STOP A COLD-After exposure completion. B. )C. Wilson 4: HonGrant. tea mlleii they landed at a picturesque : Stewart. lisa purchased a fine Miss I Dora Drees left Monday for Detroit
' r when you feel a cold coming on, take spot on the river bank, where they horae. He bought him In Onceilitcounty. Jllch., vn aa extended visit.
I dose of }'''Iey'. Honey and Tar. It W. J. Tucker I.I up visiting hi. faoally lunched took several snap ahots, and Eugene sold. bill mare" to his
, fever falls to stop a cold If taken In time, for a few day. spent a plen ant hour Ite-embarklng- mother Mrs. Terry formerly uf Lexington,
they started homeward, reaching the K,.. Is staying with her friend Mrs
R- .
AVIIsonAHon.Hobe Mr. Gautier was In town Tuesdayvisiting month of the HebaaiUn after many hairbreadth Cab. Platt wa' up ta Bovine trying to Kulbven.
M our merchant. made business. get .all the stockmen to build
I.. Jorgensen a trip to escapes from snags, projecting help a A Sir Cline and wife from Cincinnati
Sound. Mra. MoCarty of Aokona, wa a pleasant Melbourne on Wediveadny. palmetto trunk and alligator; one mon fence hum the head of the Kan!: Gallla O were' 'looking al property here and
river to>> Lake Washington. for the
Stir not designing tn until three purpose -
m ve
visitor town Monday..Archle
Mr*. C. Latham and Col. Newton D.ter ..> are Intending to buy.
of the cattle from
shoo had been fired at "him by Mr, Day keeping going
|)case Snyder .I lsltlng her cousin, Mr. < Chambers returned Monday ut Providence, K. I., spent Monday They ended a pleasant" day by a trip to "u th. A party of friends from White's Cot

i B. JTero from a short visit at OeorgUna.Tha in Melbourne.Mrs. the new. Inlet., and a peep al the ocean, Eugene Klnnlard, pUlled through here, tag wareshllogun Mr. and Mr. T, M,

[:Mr. Fred rates' and family will arrive town council held their first meet- Rlngdall went to Jensen, last reaching home ut sundown." 'J'he party Monday, heavily loaded with provision Uunzlugo on Monday

lit Sunday, the :i4lh. log Monday evening to arrange muoici- Saturday. Sue: expect to return. bei. commuted of Mr. Duty and his daughter for the west aIde, and yet the county Mr. Mathews who built Mr. Averlll'

chartered the pal affair some lime thl* week., MUa UemU; Mia Parkerehuermiog little dad will not help a* on the publlo road, fine launch was here Tuesday taking a

JMr.loch Augustus KaUx-rlnevof Piton Ro baa kledge. The R Y. Mr. Lane held service In the Mr. Brunei!, of Jensen arrived here Mr. Lee stud UU Leo Miss Cork, Mr.f Hur- which are In a bitd condition Thousand tide In I It, and aa,. thai Indian River I I.
thoM of dollar would
ford to keep young folk In coma to Brevard
bleat boar the the most beautiful sheet
last Sunday in Dixie of water hit
evening. ,
buicb
Sunday
Methodist !: ,
Mr. and ''Mr. IL E. Ilalllday spent order, weref 1''. Munch and Mr. and from Osoeola, If we bad a good road. ever
Quite a number were In attendance.So lie will flab for Mr ttcobte.Mrs. saw.
noday and Monday at Palm Beach. Mrs. James Williamson, with oar genial

far this seawo ha been an Ideal Ed. Morgan and two chlldreoof friend Larry at the wheel, to keep the Hare Two From Death. Unlimited Ca....
surf bathing has been greatly enjoyed tourist season. A great number top off Melbourne, spent from Thursday nntll i KrdMojne from poking her DON Into
the numerous Hubs Bound visitors. here a* there I* excellent: fishing here. Monday visiting their relative at Oak the river bank, a* launches have a per- Oar Illtle daughter bad an almost. It ha been repeatedly suggested by

Mr. Andrew Henderson Is dally aend- Lodge verae way of doing Instead of going tal attack of whooping cough and bron- those. ) who have used Tetterlne that It I Ie

Bg tu Pales Beach sad MI.mll"1te khlpeoU Owing to a rood many being well lek attended the Samuel Ward Green and Mr. Kill, of straight ahead do* probably to the general ehltla. writes Mrs VI. K. Uavlland. of a Doeless waste of money to advertise a
of lilies of the valley and violets. octal last Friday wa not so Fast Greenwich B. L. and Ulna Parker easMdne of Inanimate things. Armuok N. Y. but, when all other remedy that I* so certain to advertise
but all wbo were there report a verypleavaot remedies tailed .. saved
of Chicago who are spending. the winter w her life with Itself. This legend/ lr>glo. hot we want
[ Mr. Randall of Boetoo. owner of the evening.Dr. In Ulcco. were pleasant caller on Miss What's Face Dr. King' New, Dlaeovery. Our Dleee, the whole land to know at ones of this
inch Dawn, spent Monday night at Laura Thunday. who had consumption lo an advanced! unrivaled specific for all skin .11_....
Jorgenen
tel BnngaJow, en route for Edo Uoll i .* Ford'n D.peptldde ezp.Us the Sometimes's fortune but never If TOO .tae. also need this wonderful nvMtldneootl If the half of those who have come erup

l from Palm Beach. noxious germ of dyspefwia from the *y.- Last Friday. L. C. Moor, of Rowland have a sallow complexion a jaundiced today she I la perfeetlr well. D.*prate ties of the skis that baa baffled all treat-

ln took place taat week tem, bolntely cares UM dlseaaa nod brought np a party of winter /gaeat from look, moth palehe and blotch. on the throat and long dlaaea yield to Dr. meat, knew of this ,remedy would 'not
exciting the rise launch Nlkko. of Untoand. caaxw the stomach to famf'ft healthy Mlceo la hi* baneb, .tha jErclldoana. akin, all signs of liver troablo. Bat Dr. King's New Discovery ae to no other be many ,ear. before we would be rival

ki Itween sad the ....eb Dawn of Can blood for tliM and nerve balldlng. Dr. Among tbo* were Mr. and Miss Day Klags New Life nit five clear akin, .04Mjl.. ln.uB earth. IufslllbU for coughs of Rocksfeller In worldly poentsiilon. .
,the winning by. only tbntIred > Ford' Dyspaotlcida tbaa dlffwa from Mr. Uurford. Mrs. Mooch KIs. Parker roy cheeks, rich eomplextloa. Only 24 and colda. hOe and 11 I bottle guaranteedby toots I from druggists or from J. T. bh...,.
Slkko
ie. feet.. a Mesa mil raa. other rediu. B. K. WJUoo Sue Mr*. Lea, MU Lea and Rise Cook. cents at 1) B. WlUon 421oa. it. )L WlUoa Bon. ""ae. Savannah Ua. .

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6 EAST COAST ADVOCATE FEBRUARY 22, 1901. ,'

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Tax Statement.Tax EDEN.
Choice Vegetables -
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'I statement for tie month of January 1001,
J for taxe' assessed. and levloil for the year 11M", The Netherby EDEN, On-Indian-River, FLA.
bring high prices.
always an. per Section 35, Chapter 4111.Collected Law of Amtyetto Florida.. I;; : ,

thiN mo. be o' 'I..I. i loveliest locations on the rlver. All modern Improvemente.
the
To raise them success Co. Rav.-General Fund.. eat740 ea57et One of Sulphur Spring. Excellent drinking water.
HfhiKil FnmlItoad 31\028\ 11.1147311 Hot and cold batbs.
,BriilKe Fundrnunty(( )) & 7I.a 41 : Plenty ot fruit and Ice. Flab, Oyster and fresh vegetable In abund-
2:1: [ ::
: furnished with all the
: fully a fertilizer con- Fluean,1( urfeitnraEund. 50725 Northern cookln noulle handsomely
Hpiw (ltoa l ( ) 20 611 1.3011 110 ance. Trains IItOp at Ruxton !Station on tbelantatlon.
FnnddlatNo,6) omlorts 01 a
Hiwa Roil ) t5t:19: 4,03210
home.district. Mrll. M. A. CURTIS, (
% Polls(lIohoolll'u..II: )........ 2300 1,02510 l\Rnagcr.
least 8
at
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Total 'lo7024, '1I1,00401 --
Ffi WEST PALM JJEAC1I.

Potash should be used. ieeaz( j Cleric A. A.of Circuit RTEwSRT Court i s SOy .I

4'41'I WEST PALM DEACIJ, FLA.

Our looks furnish useful information on 'I 1 + The Patens
Itlnhop Gray' Appointment For The 4 chgN G Hrst-class hotel, sltunted beautiful LRke
all subjects relating to Knot; Count. opposite Royal Polnciana. Electric light ,
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tmpraising. They are electric bells, baths, etc. Manager, clerk,cooks and waitresses from theVhite.

sent free.GERMAN. s Sunday: : March 3rd, TItusviHe 11 a. m. Mountain hotels. Rates, $;d, $=.b0 and $3 per day. Special rates by the week. .
Cocoa, 7 :30 p. m,
KALI WORKS Monday 4th l1a.
Mcriltt m.
93 Nanau Street Tueitdav, "' r>th, CourtenR 11 am.. HOTEL SEMINOLE WEST PALM; EACII, FLA. ,
p New York y 7 Thurs/lay" 7th, Canaveral. ."

: \ Filclny, 8th, Banyan, First-class. Excellence of cuisine l .specialty. \ .
refurnished.
Monday, 10th, Kail Galle! 11 am. Entirely
I I : I' Melbourne 7::.tO p. Rates $2.50 to $3.00 per day. Special rates by the week.

i gI Tuesday, 12th, Ft. I'lerco, 7UJO: p. O. r. IIUNTINQTON.

Wednesday" Hth, Eden 11 a. m. .
I Thursday, 14th Jensen, 11 a. m. n_ ------
Friday, 13th, Jupiter, 7 p. m. FALSE BEACH.

Free and Sunday. ." 17th, Palm Beach, a. m. . Tri-Wcckly Sailings . .
W.
P. Beach

Accented- I Masons.- Hoed That Surely Grow pm. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. HOTEL HIBISCUS, PALM BEACII FLA.


Calling: at Charleston, S. C., both ways) Opened under new management. House has all improvements. Lightedby ":

y Indian -1' No. 00TltuavlIIe The coat of seeds compared with the each floor. Rates $2.60 per day and upwards. '
The Finest in gas; toilets and bath on
the
? value Coastwise
: ", of the crop Is so small that a. few Steamships Service
W. TAETEROW.
River /,1 cents saved by buying second-rate seeds Special ,weekly rates. .
will amount to ninny dollars, lost when - '- ---- -..
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IJOURO. iv > Floi'Ida. the harvest Is gathered; Farmets have The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. :MIAMI.:
Hold IM meeting the *eronil, and fourth Krl- found out by many costly failures whata Direct Service Between
day. of each month a* the lute Armory, TI cu.- rlvky thing It Is to buy seeds wlth.tut

11 Oel e,)at. W.7:no Hnoble o'nl.M Wornlilpful p.m. Mauler. being pretty sure that they are reliable Jacksonville, .Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points. Palm Cottage MIAMI, FLA., Ave. B and llth Street. ::1
J. R. Walker,Son lor Warden. And true to name. The )latest catalogue/ (
C.: H. floliiiyler.I Junior Warden. of the seed house of D. M. Ferry &; Co., of (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) ,
J. M.Dixon, Tr>a urer. SEMI-WEEKLY BAILINGS Open'all the Centrally located near Postofflce, Royal Palm Grounds,
Detroit year.
Mich., Is a reminder that thousands
1 J.F.A.A.Hughes Morgan,,Chaplain.J. Heoretary.. of farmers In the United /States- Huuthbound.t' ....... ............". ..... ..... .. ..,..... ... ..... .... .from Lewis' Wharf Boston Bay Biscayne and all the churches. Rates:' $:!.OO) $2. 0 and $3.00 per day.
L:Carrutlier t Senior: Deacon. and Canada have pinned their faith to ,Nurthbound..a a. from foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville Special rates per week or month. New house, newly furnished. Electric

W.. Jt.M.Snreven Woodward Senior Junior Steward.DelWon.oJ. the reputation of this great firm. During lights, baths, etc. Excellence cuisine a specialty.
Clyde St. Johns River Line. 4KI3Y
O. H. Walton Junior" Steward. ; a business career approaching half GUS. A. MULLER, Proprietor.
It. E. Mltni,Jr.,Tyler.KIDNEY .
i t a century In time Feiry's seeds huvepopularity 'BETWEEN KSONVILLE AND 8ANFORD. = i
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won which an annual increase In Stopping at Palatka, Attar, St. Francis. Beronrord(DeLand), Blue Springs and intermediate land- WEST. i
Is
perhaps the best evidence that lutc.ou the at.Jntiu' Itlvor. .
DISEASES they: grow and give >all facllon. Ferry's STEAMER "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.:
Seed Annual for 1IKU) Is a useful l guide/ In
GAIT. W. A. BIIAW.
Relucting seeds for the farm. the truck The Jefferson KEY WEST FLORIDA.
,
: Leave foot Catharine street .Tarluonvllle 8:30 p.m.,, SundaynTneedayesndThursdays.
I are the most fatal of all dis garden free and the flower garden. It is sent Leave BantorlllltO.. m 'Enterpriee 1O: on application. .
Southbound Read down SCHEDULE. Northbound] Read
cases.fnLEY'S. I Leave 8::.Ill pm. ........?........... . ..JACKSONVILLE .. ........................Arrive2:0Sam: up. Late Hotel Key West.
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S 45 .FALATKA .
a :Fruit Draining for 810_.. 3.10:;; pin a in ,'::::: .::. .. ,: ,':.,tA..:: A 8'roll ::.::::::::::::::::.u..f...:.....: : Leavea:00pm" ataoain.: Open All The Year Round.E. .
.. 4-HOam: .................... ... .ST. FRANCIS .... ............... .' 1:110.: m.
IM Of'
KIDNEY CURE ,1 ...................... ..BERESFORDDSL.( ND)................, . .> 1.1:00: : ..'n.8s00sm. SUDLOWV Manager. I
Is
Orange juice of the best dress-
f / one
t I : BHrantMd Rimed : ................... ....4.,. ..BLUE SPR1N08: ........... ......... ... llooani.
InUI'or black shoes or boots. Take 'a Arrive 8.30: am............,.,................$HAKFORD................... ....... :30. n>. -- ---
slice or quarter of an orange and rub Iton MANATEE
!' I ti or refunded. Contains the shoe or boot; then, when dry, Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Off Ice,204 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville.A. .
money brush with a soft brush until the, shoe
eminent .C. HAOKRTT, Paw. Ant.. ."IRONMONGER,Ja., Fla. t'aIolI.Am.: ,
remedies
recognized by II shrine like a looking glass. Thl* In an 10 Suite St.,New York I 2O4 West Bay St..Jacksonville,Fla. MANATEE, FLA.
physicians the Best for English recipe. Another fruit dressings THOS. HALEY. Local "rreightAgent' (O. P.LOV ., Anst.Fla. Bunt.. Hotel t I }
as for tan shoes, the inside of a banana foot Hogan;" 8t .Jacksonville, Fla. | Foot Hogan nt., Jacksonville,Fla. Brazil On the Manatee, River,

11'' Kidney! and Bladder troubles. \skin. Hub the akin all over the shoe THEO. O.JOHN.KUKH L., HOWARD General Manager.Superintendent.. Foot WM.Hogan f! CL.YUK St Jacksonville.CO., General Fla. Agent 45 miles \south of Tampa.The .

PRICE 5Oc. oaf$'..00.n. thoroughly, wipe off carefully with a soft Chenborougli ..alldt.... 19 State St..New York
1 cloth Patent only first-class, up-to-date hotel on the Manatee River. Has all modern
; briskly. leather shoes :
.. K. WILSON ------
JB;: SON.
should not be polished with blacking. conveniences. Good telephone and telegraph connections. Reached by the t
Independent and Plant Steamboat lines from Tampa and Port Tampa. Rates
These are the hardest kind of 'shoes to .
ITEMS OF INTEREST. keep looking well and require constantcare. -1b ___: DIRECT LINE- QUICK TIME TOWASHINGTON *3,per day, $7 to $10 per week. C. M. BOUTWELL, Prop. /

They may be cleaned with 'damp

"' \sponge and Immediately I dried with a -aw TALLAHASSEE.
r4 \v get more un'adurterafedpleaauro lOft cloth with occasionally a little vaseline ,

I out of ten roses for summer bloom than or sweet oil. They must never be BALTIMORE,

any other flowers which we can plant. donned In cold weather without beating/ PHILADELPHIA ST. JAMES Hotel] TALLAHASSEE FLA. r
,
There In which or they 'will crack as soon as exposed to ,
realty nothing can compare -
the cold air.This NEW YORK
with a bouquet of theso beautiful I Southern Centrally located. The only brick hotel In the city. The table Is suppliedwith

rosps In delicacy of coloring. Intensity CHICAGO, the best of food. Large airy rooms and good; beds. Rates $a to $.i i

of fragrance and floral grace. CINCINNATI, per day. Special by the week.
'
MRS. F. R. LAMB, Prop.

Contract 'work done on the public LOUISVILLE, -

hlgliwnjri: In always of a better character I ATLANTA, LITIIIA SPRINGS GA.

than that done when men work BIRMINGHAM I ,

out their tax. The time Is not faraway I RiI-IIWilg CHATTANOOGA LIT
when all highway) work will bo' !MEMPHIS\ The Sweetwater Park Hotel and Baths RINGS,

,done by contract the farmer payinghis GEORGIA. ;;
road tax Jlllit as be does his other ST. LOUIS Situated twenty miles west of Atlanta, on Southern Railway. A commodious t

taxes. KANSAS CITY well bulk, modern hotel. Electric I.Iphts.Steam; / H at. Service and '
r AND.. ALL POINTS EAST AND weST. cuisine unexcelled. Mineral !Massage, Vapor, Turkish and Nudle Bathe"
The farm buildings should trot be Xatine's remedy for rheumatism !gout, kldni-y and nervous troubles. High a

too closely bunched; then In the event HO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVIOE LIKE THIS altitude. Diy climate. For booklet address. JAS. E. IIICKEY. ,
of a Ore a part of them may be saved. ihr - };
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Two edges' whore Ore made a clean t
THE MEW YORK ATLANTA, GA.
I weep of everything on the homeBteada AND

where the barns and \stacks

were massed together have lately l FLORIDA LIIIIIITIED THE KIMBALL HOUSE ATLANTA, GA.

come to notice. ,

V ; --- The Most Luxurious Train In'the World. Exclusive Pullman Equipment. i UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. '

., (Daily ;Except Sunday.) American and European Plnni Liberally conducted. All modern equip-
t territory recently
The new acquiredby Jacksonville to New York only aS hrs. St. Augustine to New York, only 29 hrs. ments. Central location, opposite Union Passenger: fetation. Atlanta's
j
this government bas but little to ALSO High Grade and Popular Hotel. For tales, etc., address

i offer In the way of Inducement to the JAS. E. I1ICKET
THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS
laboring man and the farmer of America l - ---- .....
t Tbese new countries are well) And THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL ,' --
IIENUI:nSONVIL'.F.
peopled with ftjow grade of humanity N, c,

having but few wants naturally and To the IT*.* and tiorth.

none whatever of an artificial char picture is the trade mark of THE WHEELER UENDERSONVILLE, N, c.
acter and willing to sell their labor ,
THE CHICAGO Ilend r onvllle'a New Hotel.
SCOTT'S EMULSION, and Is on AND ,
at prices with which It la Impossible!
i Open all the
Altitude 2fl.-)0:
year. feet. The
dryest climate In North Carolina
for bottle of SCOTT'S EMUL-
a white man to compete. While every Golf links.

C good opportunities are no doubt open SION in the World, which now FLORIDA SPECIAL bedrooms. Electric Twenty-live acres beautiful grove.! One hundred' and twenty-five
for capitalists to utilise the rich- soil lights. Steam heat. Elevator. Tennis court. Ball rooms.
; and the cheap labor In the productionof amounts to many millions yearly. (Dally except Svodsy.) Mineral Springs.' Bath room.. Ten-pin! alleys. All modern conveniences.

t rice sugar coffee hemp and all This great business has grown to Superb Send Pullman. . Train Till,.... t. -Cklcsgs' Wlthsut Chang For further Information and rates, address.

r tropical fruits, the with small Jscktonville to Chicago, only hours. St. Augustine to
man such vast proportions, 51 Chicago only 3* hours. BARDIN A WHEELER, Proprietors Hendersonvllle
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N.
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means seeking a home has no business
t Also** CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED No consumptives taken.Ocaa .
I i In any of this territory. Flrst;-Because the tt v proprietorshave

always been ,most careful in TO" THE WEST AMD HORTHWC3T. .
America produces the cheapest ton Vcstibuled Traias Pullman ]
Through Drawiag-rooen Sleeping Cars Through
of coal, ton of pig Iron pound of batter selecting the various ingredientsused Coaches Perfect Dining Car Service on all rata.. Double dally tripe via the LAUNCH HELEN."

I'' beef and pork. the cheapest bushel in its composition, namely; Through ,Trains via Southern Railway are Operated in Connection with the To The most economical and enjoyable way to \see the

it of wheat, oats and corn' and pays the the finest Cod Liver Oil, and the Plant System from Jacksonville. Sliver Springs greatest attraction In Florida. c""
I highest waxes In the matter. of their SIDE TRIP EXOVRStOff TIOXKTS to "THE LAND Only $1.60 for
OF THE SKY'9 (:Five mile.) and round trip from Ocala.
f production of any country on earth. purest Ilypophosphites.SeconcBecause .
for
,I For Rates, Schedule sad Information call on or addressTraielhifl Ocklawaha.Mnealle] ] PHIL further particulars address,

'' Ka..'.... Da lav*. I they have soskillfully A. e.IAttDllaU" Fleaat *,.... W. T. COSBY. Trvellii. | r........ A..... (; *.) OCALA F. BROWN. MANAGER_ OCALA HOUSE, 1-
$ combined the various lee W... *, .t..... laCKtONVILLB. Ft*. FLORIDA.. "
Pour tolling> salted water over them ingredients that the best possible a. N. M IW CK. AWMMI r*.*..... *>ent.WASHlNATdM. W. N. TATLOC. a*(t .. .P.... 'q'n V
cook five. minutes and '
change water, a. C. ATLANTA .*, ,
( doing this twice. Doll until tender. If results are obtained by its use. - - ...POULTRY EGGS and

large quarters, cover with white sauce PRODUCE... .
with buttered bread crumbs on top and Tft/rtf:-Because it has made so .,.

bake until the crumb-.. brown. many sickly, delicate children Prepared WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I 'Jl

strong' and healthy, ,given health Hotel Trade Solicited. Home
and rosy cheeks to so many pale Dressed Poultry a Specialty "
How's ThU? 2 and 3-ply : .
I anaemic girls, and healed the lungs WE SELL CHEAP
FOR
( 1. We offer One Hundred Dollars reward and restored to full health, so many Asphalt and Roofing CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED. CASH

!i fer oared any byjllall's case of Catarrh Catarrh Cure.that cannot be thousands in the first stages of Gravel.: .. __ : PROMPT RETURNS' MADE. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. +, '.

1 F. J. CBBNKY Co., Toledo Oo. Consumption.If 1 .0LLt 9'-FOl''LT80.Building > ESTABLISHED ISM. I':';
you 1u*.not tried ... send for free.M Bpl, L. CANOY
We, the undersigned, have known F, 33EastForsyth
4 5 IU.ft..**M. taste wm.urprWyiwSCOTT street,and City Market a
i 9 J. Cheney for the last 19 years and be at BOWNB Coral'*,*.. and Lining Papers JACKSONVILLE
I Ueve him perfectly honorable In all business 409413 Pearl Street, Nw York.joe. ,. l __ FLA. ;,.
.and|i..at all drug_ - - -- "
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: transactions and financially able tocarry --- -- -
Paints Creosote( Oil H. A.
I ont any obligations made by their W pe..ala eve!' Roof HODGES.
NTcn-ca""b"\lIab" ...
} trm. Waurr TBDAX, Wholeoals Drujr Saudmeet .
etsts: Toledo, O. WAJ.DIMO' Km SAM AMABVia nanclal.imputation| SM salary p.ryyear Bayabl Black Varnish etc. Manufacture
.weekly Ft day aJteolutely ear .e"- all ,
Wholesale Druggist,Toledo O. per Cypress
and
Yellow
"'.-i straight, buna flil dellnlt Pine
Hall's Catarrb Care Is taken Internally, HnmlwkM' iealarypald Mh. Saturday seeoxpen.e Lumber
oo ; Write for Catalogue Samples Prices etc ROUGH AND \ -
Mtlng directly upon the blood and mucous money Wva.a.d.eob _Ir. arANIV DRESSED. . Orange
surfaces of the system. Price, TSo. ..ap HOUSE SS4 Dearborn 8.v Cbloa.... mj$ .1117 on. contemplating shedding their pineapples prang Vegetable CnteD i.
THE ARMITAGE MANUF'G CO. n'part of Florida or 'aat
per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testimonials would do well to .
-If you are In search of bargains, Buflklo Bluff write for rc... The Itetmills cg
.i Qe but free. Hall's family pills are read theJ DVoCAT* columns carefully.\ 320O'te-33OO -tVllliaw 6ursr Av u, RICHMOND. VA. part o1he East Coast.ar I'alatka, on Address the J..' T. K. W. R.TA* Lumber delivered are l to snj i j Ii S:

: H. A. UODOES, Buffalo Blair, na.

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TITUSVILLE.N . Summer's PARADISE

:: :IAN: :RIVER::: ::2302'EZ: : Hotel

TITUSVILLE I. in Lake Eric
L
.M'
. INDIAN RIVER, ..,' +' "Just Far Enough North." 1 I'

s ,lA FLORIDA.- VICTORY ( "That Delightful Climate

'" Don't you Know?"
: J. G. DAST, Proprietor. ro Il' r
t
,
*4 The Island of Geological Wonders.


ti\r. The hotel fronts on the Put-in-liay Island, +, : ,a Native Wines} and Fruits. '
,d N; xi f- { + R wide an'ccp of bay((7 miles ; ''
uMiuhmt in width), formed by the Ohio. rho Historical Battleground of Ferry's
m more" n
p Indian River, making It a ire, (

nni 910111i h'tall ih l11'1i9 kuna I pimf ? un ,lu i BOrG delightful Constant summer cool re ERECTED AT A COST OF THREE l.. .. (" Victory. The Ideal Resort at
breezes from the and
sea
g (; a I bay. Flowing sulphur QUARTERS OF A MILl10N.r. which to enjoy your Summer'sDOLLARS .
winter
springs. Special )
J i t'1' rates Outing
ty. .bird's Eye view of the World's Famous !Hotel[ Victory

Tltusvlllo Hoiirtlliig-lIiHises. -_ HOTEL VICTORY, Put-in-Bay Island, Ohio The World's Largest and Most Charming Summer Hotel. I


Mims'' House SIX HUNDRED AND TWEN TY-FIVK guest room, 80 with baths. covers 0 acres of ground, has 1,000 font of broad verandas facing nnd overlooking/ beautiful
Boarding TITUSVILLE, FLA. Lake Ere: being MM) feet from and 80 feet above the water, situated on the highest point of I.nfco Erie on one of the group of bountiful\ Inland, 0,1 miles from Cleave
land, O., 00; from Detroit hlicb..10 from Toledo, 0., 2:1: from Sanduslty, O. Seven lines of steamers to and from tlio iibovn cities dully. Cool, delightful air. No sudden
Pleasantly situated within short distance of Railway Station. Special changes. Pure water. Absolutely no mosquitoes "Sporty" Oolf with well kl'pt'Jlnka and good tennis court. Fishing, Routing/ Bathing, Cycling, Caves, Electric Car:
attention given to Ladles. Transient rates reasonable. Special weekly Rides for the line day -.they prevail. Billiards, Pool, Howling, Shullloboarda, Natatorium, Dancing. Amusements Innnmerahlu when the rare rainy days keep) one Indoors
or monthly rates. Large. brass bands and Orchestra 21 notes of lawn. Air Invigorates, scenery ImtplrvR-nrcoHHlblo by good walks and dilves. A White Service. Cuisine Famous I I
Mns. C. N. MIMS, Proprietress. Appreciated to the Fullest extent because your appetite Is good, the above makes It .... Surprisingly clump rates to FImlllell. The Children's Paradltio.

_ __ u __ Will Open on June- t tOth for Season of t 90 t. Rates $ O.5O to $26 per week. $2.60 to $6.00 per day.
JACKSON: VILU3. Souvenir folders, rate cards and testimonial book on application. Address,
[After June 1st, Put-In-Bay, Ohio.] T. W. M'CREARY. General Manager 724 Monroe Street, Toledo Ohio. I

A wall known man In publlo tire writes I ..It I. 1I1.t. 1larll., It I.a b..n to the Invall,1, a !lloora to the T..rl.t. A m.II.A to the ..hll.lron and tho care our n mothsr' It I Is art iree. I
The St. James JACKSONVILLE FLA. .p qt .r.nd. oon.llle.II'1 ReIt all. the clean and m"ro.table hne't the exi, ....I1.'t.",1.1 no. the IntA'r..tI"ll the very pratt 11\\lu..' tho ......t ",h..I.a". t", a...h....tra. .tha "xrealm". the h."' ..thl.I
Season air and all the mot or it. 1 can cODo"h""oIy ...y that Herat In nlY life la.fora hove 1 rnoalved, ".rn .an1&r,'" III...."nv h\"t... 9'he Un'.1' "Irl..ry .h""h'I'.. known avarrwheM It's' an ohe
1000-1001. Now Open. IIllatlon 01 "hllallth"\lY\ to dur".e thta1f".e10', lenNaaNi, ...." If You Visit the Pan-Amerloan Exposition 'a Buffalo Insist on" ticket reading via Put-In-Bay Island, I II
Ohio with a etop off privilege there. YOU CAN GET IT.
The St. James needs no Introduction to visitors to Florida. From a small be. :-, : - !,
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ginning In 1&0; the St. James has Increased In size and added to its appoint.
ments with Increased popularity of the tourists' travel to Florida. ST. AUGUSTINE. In'a.ANn.
The location Is unsurpassed, being on the highest grounds Jacksonville, .
facing the St. James Park. Baggage checked to all
The music during this season will be furnished by Prof.points.Nelson D. Ross' Hotel t I AUGUSTINE, FLA. DuLAND,
Orchestra, and will be of a high order. This house. as in the past, Is under the Magnolia Hotel College Arms
management of J. R. Campbell, and everything will be done for the comfort OpenedBT.for the season, Deo. 5, IfMH FLORIDA.
and pleasure of guests. A first-class Wine Room and Cafe attached to hotel. 1
Address by mall or telegraph, J. R. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla A large addition has been constructed, adding Fifty More loom. NOW OPEN.

most of which have a Southern 12xi>o urc. They are newly and .
WILL REMAIN OPEN: UNTIL APRIL 13th.:
WINDSOR HOTEL... JACKSONVILLE, FLA. handsomely furnished, and nearly oil are connected with JVlvnteJtatlis.
The dining room has been enlarged to neatly twice Its for. Situated in the high pine region on the PLANT SYSTEM, one hundred

mer size, and various other Improvements have also been made at an miles south of Jacksonville Rooms en suite with bath. Steam heat

wlr. Expenditure of $3OOOO. A first-class Orchestra! will furnish Open fireplace Elevator
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music twice dally. Rates $:a.50 to $.00 per day. Special weekly and FINK GOLF LINKS.
Twenty miles shell road. For terms and booklets apply to
monthly rates. Special term to parties.
PALMER A MCDOWELL, Propiletors. 0. W. RIPL1CY'Manager.

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ST. AUGUSTINE.FLORIDA. :. N13W HMYJCNA.
Hotel St. George, .

Ocean House NEW tllIlYltYA, FICA,
(; F. 8. TTI.KII, Propiletor II. 8. GRKKK, Manager. ,

Overt oltlnn the Illllnboro River.
e't Now 01)(11lIIost( central location In .St. Augus-
OPPOSITE CITY PARK. OPEN TIlE YEAR ROUND. TUB SPORTSMAN'S!: HOME.1
RATES, $2.0 and upward. DODGE: & CULLENS. ft OTaa tine. Rates: 2.00 (J.fto and CI.OO per day Finest Fishing and Hunting In
1
I Florida."M.. W. SAME, Proprietor.


h D. S. HOTEL ALGONQUIN HOTEL, ST...FnOSTI AUGUSTINE W ON' .TIIII'IFLORIDA.Everything : r.Aici II I.UN'. -


x first-clans. Centrally located.. Special attention to Com
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. mercial and Tourist Travel. Large, well lighted Sample Rooms. Grand, IIA11LAN Hotel, LAKE HELEN: FLA."

View of Buy and Ocean from verandahs. Rates (J to (a.ftO per day. On A.A: lV. Hinnch of F. E. C. It.,., connections at New Smyrna.
; ; (Formerly the Carleton.) sIs Special weekly and monthly,rates. Under New York management. A modem Hotel In every lonpuct. Open plumbing, porcelain' baths, b"n.llI"nflly -
\ Sample room free OEO C. LAGRANGE, Proprietor fi, rnlHlicd rooms' gond beds, liberal table. northern meats, moder.
now open, under entire Dew management, alt a strictly first-class house. ------ atopilci-s_ line bicycle iiatln*. MISS: S. KKMPK,
,Of Victoria Hotel', A bury Park, N. y, Proprietress.
For !further particulars apply toWILLIAM ,
The Buckingham ST. AUGUHTINE:! FLA. -
CATTO, Proprietor. ]>lintIt ITT, Merrttt'H Imlniul.

[(Formerly of the Putnam House, Palatka.) Directly Opposite The Alcazar. Electric: Rolls Baths.

Hates (2_/60 per day and upwards. Nevins'' Riverview Hotel ON INDIAN RIVER.MKRRITT.
: I FLA.
O. L. DRYAS'I', 'J'roplletor.
DDYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Summer Hotel: Nolan's Point Villa, Lake Hopatcong, N. J. On \\\frinu\ Land Health, comfort and sport No better Hunting:
and /Fishing In Floilda. Sulphur bwlmmlng: Hath. Kino yachting.
Open about Jan. 1st. J. J. WILKINSON, Manager.

Opposite postoffice. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired. and re PLAZA HOTEL BT AUGUSTINE, FLA. -- --- .

novated. Newly,furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . .. . IUCICI.EIGE.
Rates $2.50 per day and up. This liotel Is now open for ROOMS ONLY. It Is centrally .located, near J
Dank and Cathedral.
Postofflce
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. Rooms, Wets, to 1.00,per day; f 1.60 to 0.00 per week; THE PLAZA HOTEL ROCKiJtDG13, FLA.

V. D. SANCHEZ, Manager. ,

WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Day and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE _ _ _ _ _ ulAJ..ATJA. This handsome new hotel, heated on the bank of the beautiful Indian River,
FLA. In the heart of the far-famed Indian River oranga region, Is now open for the
reception of guests. A more delightful and attractive locality cannot be
American and European plan Centrally located. Just built and open. Imagined than' Kockledgit with Its beautiful walks, romantic scenery, bearInn -
and table. Hot and Cold Water Hotel orange !groves, line boating, fishing and bunting. Rooms with private)
Fine cooking good The Graham
ed this season. PAI.ATKA, FLA.
baih. Rates (4:. 60 per day and upwards. Special weekly I rater
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All H. II. PECK, Manager
Open all the year. Rates $2:1per:\ > day. The only brick hotel In the J
Rooms BOo 73o and $1 Rooms and
street cars pass the door. a day.
city. Overlooking the beautiful St. Johns River. Convenient to all
board 2.00 to 2.50 per day. boats on the St.: Johns River. Table Waters-Free-stone and sulphur. ROCKLEDOK,
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. Electric lights .and bells. All street cars pass the door. Hotel Indian River
J. WATKINS LEE, Prop'r. FLORIDA.

Hotel T MAGNOLIA SP1tiNGS.T Kiitlr !ly New Management;
RAND VIEW JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
,
J)2OOOO{) expended on Improvement thug/ year*
MAGNOLIA SPRINGS FLA. Messrs. Begg A MacDowell have leased. this. ", .known hotel for A period
t Nearest Hotel 1 to Union Station; three blockllrom new Poatoffiee and Magnolia Springs Hotel of live years, end after. an expenditure of (20,0(10 In Improvements have
Government Buildings; centrally located. on Forsyth street, between (St. Johns Klver.) made (tone of the beat equipped In the State. The hotel has been painted
Bridge and Clay Ste. Very pleasant Parlor Office and Dining Room. Inside and outside, rx-deoornted end newly ftirnUhed. The latent I HI*
r single 28 miles south of Jacksonville by Main Line Plant System and river steamers
and sleeping apartments, or en suite. All white ,
Large airy proved sanitary plumbing hIt been liifttnllcd throughout the
Open fireplaces In all rooms. Steam beat. Elevators. Electric lights. Pure '
help. Well and newly furnished with modern Improvements; Electilo No Tennis Shooting OIIMA. All the modern eonvvnlencea, loclndlng/ steam beat, and rooms
spring water. mosquitoes. Well.kept golf course. Fishing,
and Cold Water Baths etc. Popular Prices.E. .
Hot
Bells, Two swimming pools and Turkish baths. 4.00 per day. Special weekly with private baths. Tlieonly hotel at Rockledge having electric light, ele.
H. SANBORN, Proprietor. rates. O. D. 8KAVKY, Manager valor and an orchestra. Milling and hunting are among the special feature
. of this resort. Tennis, bowling, billiards, trap shooting, boating, eto.
--- -- - are a taw ways of spending odd moments. Rates $:'I and upwards per day
JACKSONVILLE; FLA. OIOIONIK Special| weekly Accommodations. DOUGS A: !McDOWKLL.
OTEL OXFORD Opposite St. James Hotel. .. _
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Coc enent! to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and HOTEL COQUINA,. On ORMOND the Or and FLA.Beach. ON INDIAN RIYEII.Now .
domelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant New Rockledge :Hotel
stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jack Convenient for Ilathlng, Cycling Driving, Promenading-, Open.
nTUle' Fishing, etc No obstruction to the view of the rising son
MRS. }I. O. FINLEY: Propr.. and moon' Horse ear to Station and Ormond Golf Links. Attractions-Full-bearing orange grove, livery, bicycling (ten miles river
Rates (3.00 per day. drive) bowling alle'l boats for haling and ducking free excursions on
Corner Duvnl and Clay Streets, launch to Interest. Northern cooking and all white help. A
ILENWOOD HOUSE JACKSONVILLE, FLA. BOSTKOV. : : STANTON. Managers. fire-story addition has been built to this hotel, with private baths. A new
--- -- --- -- --- -- -- -- ---" reception room and ball room 'lioa also "been added aoe last season. The
HKAKUKKZK. New Rockledge hotel Is now up-to-date In every respect. Rates CI.SO: to
Rate., 1.50 per day. Special rates by the week or month. Good (3 per day. Special weekly. Correspondence solicited.II. }

table. Hot and cold water baths, eta Ten minutes from Depot THE COLONNADES SEABREEZE, FLA. P. SHARES A: SON, Proprietors.

and Poetoffiee. \ -T--- -- - --

MRS. CARL C. CURTISS, Proprietress.ST. Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Private) Baths, Ocean Pier, Surf Bathing., KAIT OALI.IH.

Boating Driving and Wheeling. Beat bicycle: roads In the State. Bar

AUGUSTINE. tickets via Florida East Coast Ry., to Daytona, and take Colonnades' Hotel GALL1E, FLA.
bus-twenty minute to hoteL JAS. P.VINING, Manager, Granada'EAU Indian River.


?LORIDA HOUSE AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. TELEGRAPH and RAILROAD STATION, DAYTONA, FLA. Tbe Hotel Granada Is located at Eats Gallle, Fla., 103 miles south of Jackso*.
vlll oa the west snore of the Indian River, unexcelled boating, bunting..
Centrally located Passenger elevator. Steam heat. Porcelain batha. The Olarendon Inn BY-TilESEA, SEABREEZE! LA. flahJog. Matchless climate. Munch for tbe use of guesta. A first-class homelike
hotel. Rates '2.6O to '3.0O( per day. Special rates by month or ..ase..
Bates 2.00 $2.Iand\ 3.00 per day. Open the entire :year. Liberally the Ocean. and Electric Open all the year. Address GLZASOX BROS., Eau: Gallie, Flo. ...
Overlooking
conducted. 'Capacity 3SH. More than Fifteen Thousand! Dollars wu : Opposite ocean pier pavilion.
belts. Steam It..". Table aDd service unexcelled. Winter ewes,
expended tola summer on this hotel Every modern Improvement that November to May. Zalarged and vastly Improved sine last season. '
contributes to the Health Comfort and Pleasure of Its Guests has been 'Bat meets all trains. HOTELS continued on our Sixth Page.

added regardless of expense. ,. C. HAYDEN, Monger. LEONARD GILL, Manager.







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r HALE SUCCUMBS TO EZ.: RR.Ps.17'Y':: &:, ::SRO.,
CAPT.
FLORIDA VfsitOI-S who cannot A SERIOUS SHOOTING CASE GRIPPE. Robbins & Graham Co DEALERS IN-
GRIM
call at our stores should write for a AT VERO.Our .
HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
catalogue of Sunny South Souvenirs. (Incorporated.) GROCERIES GRAIN AND ,
Vero dent sends us the Capt. Christopher Hale, died on Saturday for APES FERl'ILlZEltS.We
cones pOD PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.Thla klndll. We are agents .
CIl I sr ) following ,with regard to a bad shooting night last, at the residence of his We handle PRODUCE of all of goods and solicit the trade of all CODIIDIU.era. .
above line /
: case: daughter and son-in-law' Mr. and Mrs, company dwnsLIANTDS. deal exclusively in the and all Groceries, delivered at your station
At Vero, Fla., about 8 o'clock a. m., George Marx, at Springfield; Jacksonville ) Write UII for prices on Grain TITU8VILI.E, FLA.
25 East Bay St., Jacksonville\ ; also at St. Fla. after short Illness He E, L. llRADY DUO. -
Saturday, Feb. 10th, C. I). Reed !shot! II. , a very .-
Augustine, Palm Beach and Nassau. T UHToid. He used a shot gun loaded only took to his bed one week when he
with No. 4 shot, and it is thought fired succumbed to that terrible malady, la In the Indian River Country; On the St. S. W. CARROLL, W. E. GOLDSMITH.

both barrels. Mr. Gifford was waterlog grippe. Everything that was possible Lucie River; at New River,and on Bay
...THE ANHEUSER BUSCH.,. his horse, and as he led him from the was done to try and nave the Captain, bu this Carroll & Goldsmith
burn, ho saw Reed coming with a gun, age was against him. Blscayne.: I Prices to suit the times. ,

Brewing Asso's.Famous but thought nothing of It until Keod Ills body was interred tlie following Send for Land List. _Dealers InGOCERIES -
at a distance of about fifty feet afternoon In the Jacksonville Roman
stopped
I and aimed at him; As quick as flash. Catholic) cemetery Offices at Tltusvlllo\ and Miami, Fix GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES,
,
and Hot. behind 'i The funeral was well attended and ,
St.Loiiln Kill Mr. Gilford threw himself sideways Your Patronage Solicited.
tied lioer. the pump and water buclret, an quite a number Ills old comrades ol GEO. H. BOBBINS, F. A, MORGAN.President. Crockery, Glass and Tinware.! -
an,1It action that undoubtedly saved his life. the O. M. 1\lItchell'oat, G. A. R. paid Actuary. TITUSVILLE.: FLOUIDA. _
Memrs.F. A.J".loy t
'. Bold, by L. Motliiw TlniHvllla.KlH. lie received 28 shots In one thigh, 18 In him their last respects by following his ___ _n -- -- -
By M r, H. I.. Miitlow,Coma: I"la.I the other, 1 In his knee 2 in groin, and remains to the grave. Brevard Abstract of Title Co,
I By.Mr. W .Tucker, Cnooa and 4 hit him In the abdomen, but his truss Capt. Hale was born in London England INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
I '1 Fort I'lorce Fla. prevented them from entering his body.' and was connected with the army WILL E'UaNisHAbstracts!

'" s About a dozen glanced; from the pump in hit native country. He came to of Title TITUSVILLE, FLA.
JOSEPH ZAPF and wounded his head, shoulders, hands. America quite a young man, during the to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention
shot through Civil war, and entered the Federal army, FOK LANDS IN- Is prepared
and wrUto. One passed ; for family use. Fair dealing is my motto.
II Yachts or
The where he was soon ID active service. paid sacking for
: Sole Agent. both sides of the water bucket. Brevard County.Office .
I horse wan wounded also. The Captain was an extremely bright T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.--

010 to 020 West Bay Street, After firing Reed hastened away, Mr. man, and through his activity and superior under Law Office of -
,I Gifford walking to the house, whore he learning, soon worked his way up GEO. M.: ROBBINS, n -J
I lost conclousnens. His family cared for to adjutant-general of the 48th New
dl JACKSONVILLE, FLA. FLA. L. MOTLOW
him until Dr. Platte, of Fort Pierce, arrived York regiment. ,TlTDSVILLB, ROBT. ,
accompanied by Dr. E. Van Hood After the close of the war he came to I '

r1 Choice. . a noted surgeon of the south who wan Florida, and settled with his family, i Coast Meat Market TITUSVILLE and COCOA FLA.
t / Wines,Liquor e visiting at Fort Fort Pierce. They dressed where he has remained up to the time ol East

an v his wounds, extracting several shots his demise.\ full Quarts Whiskey DELIVERED $3.20
. and Cigars that passed noarly through his thighs. Capt.Chris as ho was generally called andODe G. F. DUREN Agent. Four

Guaranteed Pure. The doctors say unless complication was noble-minded; straight-forward a:: "'r.I
sets In Mr Gilford) will recover.Reed of the most respected men in the -
a4 Sold at reduced bad rented land of Mr. Gifford State. He has held many trustworthy IIflMWKdTillE

{, I price'Imported and there bin been some dissatisfaction positions among them, when he resided r.rt ,
about the crops, but no heated l with his family In Tltusville, being the :: oJ
Tokuy Wine words. At last accounts be was still atlurge. I position of superintendent of Indian oJoJ Patented in the United States, Great Britain and Canada.
i from Italy. He ban a wife and five daughters. River and Bay Biscayne Steamboat: Com ::::
; Mr. Gifford Is02; years of age, has pany. sa.; PRICE, 4.00 and $8.X( EACH Should: be used by every Boat Builder In the U. S.

;, ; i John B. Togni, large well-known property and interests most highly at; Vero ro,peoted aud Is residents Deceased of was Indian known River by ,a and!great his many sad 0. In Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders In the United States.For .

Metropolitan Saloon, 123: East Bay St. by the residents of Indian River, as well death will be deplored lIe leaves three __ 1 U.2 eoy Sale by ,
FLORIDA. as In his native state, Vermout. The, daughters' and a son, as well as many. ==' cD- Jas. Pritchard & Son,
JACKSONVILLE, his loss. One of his
have been active in relatives, to mourn
community '
very .
1 FLORIDA.
tib _
Whol.. l. anti Retail.... showing their sympathy with .him in daughters now resides at Miami We ; TITUSVILLE -
this trouble. join In extending sympathy to the be- : TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA

Sheriff J. P. Brown, left for the scene reav&l family.
HOUSES
HOTELS, BOARDING of the shooting! Monday, but when he THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF TUB

I AND OTHERS. arrived there he found that his man had CHURCH NOTICES. NINETEENTH CENTURY.
+ STOVES
gone in the woods, and Wednesday he
captured Reed at the Narrows, and he SMOKEYOUNG'S .:
gave bull for his appearance at the next Archdeacon D. F. Drown will hold ...
term of circuit Court It is said thai the devine service In St Johns church Eau MAGIC

i } sheriff made a very clever capture, which MUle, on !Sunday: next at 11 a. m., with JUST RECEIVED.
1'' i I took place In the woods. holy com m union; and 7:30: p. m. Consumption Catarrh Cough

Services will be held in the Presbyterian 2 Burner Gasoline Stoves, $3.50. Wood Stoves from $7 to $25.00.;
BALL AT EAU GALLIE. church Tltusvllle, on Sunday, Feb
,
IfV'iii want sit mil Rait water Flh. Oynterittraim Asthma and La Grippe Cure
Turtle,: ., go to 3. II. MELTOrI,Whola; '4th. Sunday school atO:4Uo'clocka.: m.; Write for description.
sale. and Retail fluli and Ojster Company foot The Domino Ball at the Eureka Hall preaching. at II a. m.; young people' The wonderful snooens that has been obtained
.tQueaeat..ndCity. Market Jacksonville Fla. on Tuesday evening last, brought out all meeting at. 3 p. m.; preaching at 7:13: by thin !great MuRlo Cure In so short a time

Hie. bent dancers In the town. The costumes . p. m. Prayer meeting on Wednesday which of t I.the hhown bust by oltlzens.a the signed.*to testimonials its cure, M a fromsome itifHolant Jas. Pritchard cSc Son.
; Citizen's Barber Shop. were In many oases expensive and I evening at 7:15: p. m. All are cordially guarantee to those sulforing lt-.rr1tr::;
beautiful; _nmong the most noticeable invited to all the above services. shore dWsses.: They should not .
Dauforth and It ii a purely vegetable cow Mnmd. I challenge DEALERS IN HARDWARE
those of Miss Lizzie ,
were IK Hie. llrot and inly
Artistic Hair Gutting Shaving, the world to that this
Shampooing etc.; Porcelain Bath Tubs.Eveiythlng Miss Florence Hodgson.; Both these Marriage la St. Augustine.Mr. sure cure for deny Connimjitlon: Catarrh: CougbiiAsthma F or1d.a.:
treasonable rates young ladles completely mystified the and( La Grl ape that lias ever been put Titusville, -
up-to-date It has never failed In any
I. II. COLEMAN, Proprietor. many onlookers, their identity not being O. T. Bunting was married to Miss cane before where the public.t ban been tried. Smoking YOUUK'
discovered until they unmasked. Miss, Sunday evening Cure; the unioke goes direct to the
ttreat
Magic
Jacksonville Fla.HEAR&JAYLOR Martha Campbell on
1 13 Main street, Evans, of Hardeevllle, 8. O., wore a pure I last. Mr. Bunting is well-known to the lung.,and destroys all microbes.

while Domino. The Misses Houston and I EAST COAST ADVOCATE, and Is) looked $1 per package.' Trial package 25 cents. GAY BROTHERS .
Smell costumed alike and were completely of the U. S.
;. were as a man of sterling quality. lie la Sent prepaid to any part
upon
r": disguised Mrs. B.K. Watts also: an oM 1 resident of the Ancient City, and Prepared only by

?i wore pure white. Miss Jessie Goode, of has At a great many yean run one of the HENRY K. THOMAS,
fl; Artesian WellCONTRACTORS Melbourne wore one of the handsomest best house-furnishing establishments la Chemist& Druggist LaVllla Pharmacy. FLORIDA.
r t the floor. Among the FIR, PALATKA; GROCERS.
1 ..."!' .. costumes on floor genntlemen.who be St.: Augustine. The lucky bride has a Jacksonville,
:)tI were on the may comfortable and well-furnished
L; mentioned,were II. U. Hodgson, Oeo.F. most
home to enter on her newly-wedded life
tit The Brc"very
I
I P. ,
R.
Paddlaon. S. K. Watts 1'addison! Mr. Bunting has a great' many friends We make a Special Feature of, our
\ t Ban Gallia, Fla. Chas. Dukes, Harry Cole, J. K. Hodgson far and near, and we feel cure they willbe O1O West Bay St, Jacksonville,
t W. J. Nesbltt and many others. Mr. J. delighted to Join with us In wishing :FINE Mail Order .
Department.Knowing
A. Gilbert, as usual, wore one of the and
the newly married couple a happy
comical costumes the floor and Wines and Cigars.
- most on life.Cherokee. Liquors
caused no end of fun and laughter.A prosperous GROCERIES
CANCER CURED at t HOME. largo number of our guests werepresent Anbeuser Buech Extra: Pale on Draught how difficult it is in orders some with localities the to get of GOOD having them tilled
assurance
send their
Club Daa_ HEAP, families can us
and In
onlookers, participated
as Fine Cold Lunch Served Daily will be satisfactory.
and know the and prices
and we quality
NO KNIFE, NO PAIN. the dancing after 10 p. m. Professor The best of Service and a pleasimt quiet promptly carefully; stock of Grocery House In East Florida, and have
the roost complete
Ve any
Address, Earle Adams presided at the piano, and of the carry
Bend for fro book. One of the largest dances season sesort. JODN F. MUNCH Mgr. found In other and smaller houses.
Cancer Sanitarium, J. E. M. Hodgson ably filled\ the portion I wan given In the Opera houseTitus- nany articles not usually

FLORIDA, tit lekel-mncher! | at thu door, reporting I vllle, im Monday. tiliiht, by the member. Uave you Your Hotel registered In the Jf- SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
BBLLEVIEW, I ut the close of the evening's amusement of the atxtve club. Tliw ball was crowd',: --- -- -
a neat little sum to the credit of the etl with dancers and onlookers, who ap International Hotel and Tourist Bureau,,
Don't throw away your money buying Guild. The ladles of Eau' Gallie klndU peered, to l he thoroughly enjoying them ESTABLISHED 1870.
patent medicines. Dr. Vincent's auvlct furnished refreshments, consisting ol selves !Undoing commeucecf at 8:15, of Boston
lone is worth a gallon of "cure all"stult. sandwiches, various' kind of delllloullcake with the President of the Bank of liajUlscaynu If nut, Attend to It, at once, and send a

Write him at Jacksonville. and hot coffee. as mauler of ceremonies and II package of your circulars to be distrlbu M. Lane & Son
Dancing was kept i>p until midnight was nearly midnight when the ", 'cheatral'eLlleti ted. Also
For! Sale when thestiMlnsof "lIomu Sweet Home" from its arduous duties and the In"the ,
warned, the merry dancers the Lenten of the dunce wentled their Place your advertisement
participants
At Daytona, on the Halifax, alx acres Huasnn had begun. Each and all voted much with the
pleased HOME JOURNAL
homewards,
way \ BOSTON WASHINGTON !! NEW YORK.
Z82 STREET
cleared f.moedand !
hammock and .
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choice the evening one of the plea anteat of tin evening's Amusement. ,
partly set with orange trees. $000t ) maqy\ dances of this pleasant winter son.son. through which thin Bureau Is conducted,.
One-half cash, balanced per cent. .
Address, Death of lit.. Williams.Mr. Wiite for full particular Southern Fruit and Produce

COURT/LAND DUjKMAN) FLORIDA ORANGES.The W WALLACE WAUGU, Manager ,
I 22 Hogan st, Jacksonville, Fla. Chan. E. Williams railway postal 147 Summer street, .- Boston, Mass'
Florida orange market remalna clerk of the Charlotte, Savannah and
There Is but one Chronic Disease spec disappointing, aud It would be a bold Jacksonville Ii. ]'., died i>f pneumonia Commission:: :: : Merchar: : .ts.IIPECIALTIF.S .
lallst of note In FI"rlda-Dr. Vincent, o; man who would prophesy a lift In the Sunday night at his residence, No. ItJlfl Clyde Steamship Line.
i Jaok.olly\1le.\ Write him for syroptoir clouds before the .,n"on. now almost Silver: street, Jacksonville. The.remaini : : ORANGES and GRAPEFRUIT. Stencils Cards and our quo ,,',
from Jacksonville, Mon\ Tickets and reservations! via the Clyde
hlanks. over, finishes for 10001001. Uuoelpt.ooThuraday wale shipped tatlons furnished on application. ;n
-- and Friday were exceptionally day, accompanied by Mrs. Williams\ Mr, Steamship Linn can be secured of Chas.
heavy for this season of the year Williams father and C. F. Horton, broth.er 11. Walton, at the ADVOCATE office, TI-

t 1I The cold weather during the week hat of Mrs. AVIIIIams, and Interred In the tusvllle. SJECX.: :: A T. .A.TTEDSplxwJC' :: : : >N' ! :'
Interfered considerably with the movement Melbourne cemetery
If In poor health consult Dr. Vincent,
of stock, and prices have been very Mohawk building, Jacksonville) Fla. THE OLD ESTABLISHED AND RELIABLE- !1
I Irregular. The top notch for beet att ok- A I>anoe To-Night.
\ and that only when wanted by the fancy. COMMISSION': : : : ::SO"'tTSE:: :: : f'.
with the .. MAINHARD BROS. ,
L trade-was $4 general range; We have received the following invitaLlon ,
on good stock (",60 or lower. Fancy ton dance at Jensen; and we have
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fruit Is In very limited demand. Really no doubt that those who are fortunate la and '
fine, good keeping russets are In fair demand be Invited, will have aright royal time ; Gleaning Dyeing J. B. Maxfield & Co
around *:J.20 for picked sizes The Gilbert Bar Yacht Club invites
Ordinary and poor fruit is neglected. yourself and ladles to attend.a dance to Establishment, 12 New nan St., Clothing

Grape| fruit Is quiet, and perhaps a little be given at this town hall at Jensen on cleaned, dyed repaired and pressed. 75-77 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK,
easier. Friday evening, Feb. 22nd. 1001. JI. E. JACKSONVILLE.FLA.
L Through a printer's error a quotation Chairman Coramiteea on Invitations.
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\ for. one lot of Indian River stock at I ." ranges) Grapefruit Tan orinesf
..W5, originally printed in the Guide of I VISIT the most peculiar and Interest-

iI., ...b. Guide. There Is even some doubt about'
'! ...; :JON"T :JmL.A.: Y'I the correctness of the original quotation, This la said to be a very delightful THE FLORIDA.Ostrich -We make a specialty of- 1
which was given to the Guide on the trip sod tourists who fail to take It miss EXTRA FANCY 120 SIZE BRIGHT ORANGES, I
Taking out INSURANCE onyont authority of three separate handlers of a deal charming scenery. The steamer Farm EXTRA FANCY 38 to48* BRIGHT GRAPEFRUIT.
when feast Co.
FIRES will\
I i; property. occur Florida oranges all of whom bad heardof Helen makes double trios dally, and the Best Attention. Quick: Sales. Prompt Returns. Correspondence Solicited. ..
"JI expected. .a sale made at those figure. But the fare ls very reasonable. Mr. Phil F.
t f.- All the leading companies represented exact circumstances of the sale are Brown.. manager of the Ocala House Send for Stencil. '
:-F at this agency.INDEMNITY. shrouded la a good deal of mystery and Ocala, will be glad to give any Information JACKSONVILLE. ferences : Chatham National Bank, N. Y., Jas. A. Harris, Panasoffkee Fla.

, OR SURITY BONDS one well-known handler of Florida oranges I In connection with.. this river trip
furnished. who has attempted to trace the

Apply for rates or information, aale, says he can find no authentic record -The Duke of :Newcastle has been enjoying E. A. WADDELL i
O. S. Sohu.y1or. of It.-Frultman* Guide. a visit to the British Island of Y
and of
Nassau was the guest Vloar-Oen-I
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA Light for HllUborouch' Islet oral Chnrtoo bishop In charge of the, Cosmopolitan Real Estate Office ;
Calanders and Blotters for distribution -, Bahamas, while there. He has been takIng ,
i t Congressman DavIa'.bill, which passedthe muflh Interest In church affairs at
House and carrying with It the sum Nassau aDd has visited most of the BUREAU of INFORMATION MIAMI
Wedding; Stationery.The of UOUOO to establish a light at 1I111.- churches on the Inland. The Duka expects for CITY of

borough Inlet, has passed the Senate and to make .a trip to Kingston rand
ADvocATE having received a aloe become law. Ulllsburough Inlet ls on Jamaica, and will probably return In lime Dade County In general. Loan and Collection Agency..
lot of the latest type and stationery, Ii the East Coast of Florida. between to spend Easter Sunday Philadelphia
aow prepared to execute on short notice,, Jupiter and. Biscayn bay.. The alto of On his trips he Is accompanied by ale
Wedding Invitations, Announcements, the propoee lighthouse upon .a dangvroua friend, Mr.J.8. Colton Fox, of London. Agent for the lu w TUTTLE ESTATE lands,located at FW Lauderdale,
aDd Ladles' visiting cards. Give, ua your outside reef, where many vessels England. IIsilaodale' : ulXord, OJus, Biscayne, Little River, Miami. Coooanut Grovs
orders have been wrecked la the past. and Cutler; also the Estate of Dw. CUTLER besides many desirable waterfronts
f For Sale or Charter. ;Fruit and Vegetable Lands of an sizes 00 East Coast and chain 01
..Wean,MS rlKuntta bIMs stutter I to I*wrest Keys to Key W-.. Orange and Phosphate land on West Coast.
Little Brown Jug Water FIlUis .OO Hauling -
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I' .... MlKbfc..wo to sin poaaO. ...... Ostrich
sad W.OO Claude Walton, gent. Comfortable cruising yawl Soft by II s "tohiltu" sad baby altrlche.ne .
1, Of all kind don promptly. and reasonably feet A 1 condition head room to cabin ; :"h. S& For Correspondence,enclose aump Agent for

'. rf-i.Reading notlo ad. on tide pare Feed and livery stable. .. ,, two double banks. .Add...*..T., wplaal.ttalI.w'about Atol-' ooore vteltan&be IIIrda through,......UM-8 farm,bablm. -. ARXOUB" CO.. Fertilizers, Chicago, AIRMOTER WIND MILLS,CWw!
.r. dYe cents per line per week. '.' Kwtx. RICB: TUaevllU. Waveland, Fla. Avenue D
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