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: March 15, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00338
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
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LOCAL NEWS EAT MANO 'S'CANDIES. MANON'S CANDIES ARE BEST.Mr. Father O' oylo arrived In town yet AMONG THE HOTELS. 123 rooms. Numerous Improvementsare ::1.

B3T Deed blanks sold at this office.I .W. II. II. Gleaiion, of Eau Gallic, tetday. being carried out to adapt the struct
has received his final In b uk. lire to the pllrp.>t'ea.Vlh a capacityfor
nit Topic! of General Interest HAVE a first-claim Baritone for salt discharge/ -Editor T. J. Appleynrd, of Sanfoic, The ADVOCATH Is now on tile at a J accommodating\ 400 guests-; Mr. HoweIs

cheap. CLAUDE \\-WALTON Titusvllle ruptcy. waa In town last Kildny. the bust hotels In New York city. determined. to put the Larkln house

THE ADVOCATE -Capt. N. N. Penny of Nathan was DO NOT FORGET the Cecillan Quartette MANON MAKES CANDY, Etc., at Where to atop along the East Coast at Watch Hill In A-l order for the sum
In town on Saturday. ,' at the Opera house Titusvllle. 112:!, West Hay street, J ckllouvlle.If \ See list of hotels on 7th page. mer ."aaonr which promises to eclipse all
$1.50 per annum, In advance. Tuesday March 10th. previous records. As ho six months '. SEND HOME A CASE OF MANON'S you are In search of bargains Hotel St. I la
1.00 Buckingham and
-Mr. deo. }:.. Coon, of Jensen ha Augustine hotel man who has studied mastered -
$3.00'per an. to foreign countrlea. Guava Jelly. been commissioned by Gov. Jennings, aa read the ADVOCATE columns carefully getting its full quota of tourists who< his profession In the practical

-Mr. M. S. Sams, of Courtenay; was notary public for the state at large and -Mr. John Henry received a fine new speak very highly of the house. table and school every day work, he takes every :'
Note date of expiration printed upon In town on Saturday. he Is prepared to.attend to any business safe the first of the week, for his net the management. Mr. Noel Mitchell, tIme, detail of management under his personal
our paper or wrapper every week. TbliIs In that line. office on Palm street. chief room clerk Is making many friend supervision.
TIlE CECILAN QUARTETTE at the by his obliging and courteous manner
:
a receipt for ;your money. No Deed Opera house Titusvllle. on Tuesday -Mr. and Mm. A. J. Sembler have -Mr. K. n. Raulemon, of Fort Pierce to t'thestiatiger .within. his gales" Dodge .t Cullers, proprietors of thoWindsor
[for as to end receipt for subscription March 10th. moved Into the Walton Louse ..n Julia waa In town Tuesday, when he shlppec Hotel, Jacksonville, have during -
|The. date gIves/ It to you. evening tiext, street Its former t/nants. Mr. and Mrs thirty head i>f o"UI.., south. /Mrs.' N. 1.. Ward, a former proprietress the past year been extending their

When 'you subscribe for the ADVo- Judge; J. T. Small:! of Lewlston Me.,, L. B. Coutant, having moved Into the of Hotel Pliiolde, Jacksonville. Imsluasin property. When 'T W. Roby auditor
ICATB by the year It does not coil, you has been spending; a few days In town, Scobie cottage. -Mr. and Mrs. F. B.'bcott! of Syracuse the Hotel Mount Mitchell, Black Mountain of the Seaboaid Air Line,. was transferred .

three cents per week, postage Included. tills week. He owns property on Indian -Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Yelser and N. Y., are visiting their friends, N, C., 15 miles fiom Ashevlllo. The< to Portsmouth, Va., he sold his
River and la always pleased to pay' daughter; of Sanford, after spending i a Mr. and Mia, Cuss S. Schuyler, of Ibis rates are from 47 to flU< per week, aDd pioperty: which adJolnatbe Windsor Hotel

TUII EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on Titusvllle. visit. day or so In town, left, Saturday lat, for place. Mrs. Ward expeclo to sue a good many; to Dodge; Cullens, and they now

ale at the following news-stands at five -Mr. and Mrs. C.: Oliver hello, of Rookledge and other points a* far sj. -Mr. Joseph Hunter, 'l'eprellenllo" of her Floilda Mends Black Mouotuli own the entire block. On the opposite

lucent* per copy : New Roohelle accompanied by their Palm Beach and Miami. the Bureau of Literature and Art,.WashIngton .the coming summer, corner to the Roby house, within the
D. C., baa returned here horn i a past year, they have erected the annex,
Informed
Tltusvifle-B. R. Wilson & Son. handsome daughter Miss Nora bell. The AHVOCATK has been quietly
.
Attention" Is drawn to the new ad. ..1 substantial brick buildings
business trip down the East Coast... one of the moat -
the East that hotel has
have been visit to
J. B. Screven. enjoying a Titusvllle a big proportion
the Eagle Clothing; Store \ ni tho Now have .
.Jaokaonvnre-Unlted States hotel. Coast resorts his week. our 5ib page.; This store has the Urges ...The Cecillan Concert Co., which I 11\ been offered to Mr. J. 1>. Piloe, o, chased In the city. owned they by Mr.pur-ami

U Windsor hotel. Friends of Col. Chas: L. Buckl and stock of fashionable clothing to select to perform here no Tuesday, arrived Messrs. Anderson & Price, managers 01 Mrs. O. L. Keene property, opposite\ the United

Duval hotel. wife, of Jacksonville, will be pleased to from on the East Coast, and It will pay from Melbourne, Wednesday night; aDd the famous Hotel Ormond Ormoml ; and States Goveinment building. It will

U. News stand, Union depot know that Mrs. Buck) after a sever illness you to examine the stock ere going else left Thursday morning fu.. Sanford and Mount Pleasant house, White Mountains, /give an Idea of the Increased values of
MoNamara & Dozler.2OU other places. N. H. Whatever It Is, Mr. Price Is fullj
Is happy to' In a where. when It Is
In
now, we are say property Jacksonville
capable of taking chaige. and making a
West Bay street. .
state of convalescence.Mr. known that ten thla lot sold
St. Augustine-Hotel Alcazar.Ormond perfect -Miss Daisy Brady one of Tltusvllle'i grand auccessof. any big hotel. yeais ago
A Bad AeeId.nI.Jr. for fll.OIlIl.) ) The lot Is lOAxlOA feet,
-Hotel Ormond.. and Mrs. J. It. Parrott have bathe < society young ladles who I. attending .
Laud arrivedat Manager Oreen and his genial and able fronting on both Hogan and Adams
Rookledge; Hotel Indian River. .sincere sympathy of their many Stetson University, De ,
Palm Beach-Royal roInoian.'a ... East Coast lends. In the Illness of their her home Monday. Miss Daisy will f\L. Hill, M well-known dentist nl assistant Mr Lou Colin of the StUeorge streets. On the Adams street side ,Is the

The Breakers little daughter; Helen and they are glad return to school on Monday next. tier Scranton, Pa., who owns M winter real. hotel St. Augustine, have been pretty two-story house occupied. by Mr.
to hear her condition has Improved. many friends are always pleased to see deuce at IndUnohi, on (Indian River. met busy meo this winter looking after the I and Mrs. Wllkle and Mr. and Mrs. Keene.
"" her here. with a serious accident a few days maey itucsis of this popular hotel, which There Is a garden to the property on the
Dr'Reading notice ads. are ten cents A GRAND TREAT Is In atom for very south of the building and the lot ,Is one
!: you Willie starling the engine In hlItunch .J-a'.t> eii overflowing on several occasions ;,
ei" Una pn this page. at the Opera house, Titusvllle Tuesday -Mr. and Mrs.! Henry Abbott, of ago.I the shaft .failed In slip Into -Cjany tourism falling to gain ad mission. .. of the most desirable In the. city. The

(ANO 'S. CANDIES are the Beat. evening next, March 19th, when Chester l'a., retuined here, Wednesday,. place and Hew buck, hltllnur I>!. 11111 o". it the end ot the season, !Ir, purchase ptloe was filtOOO.
the Cecilian Quartette will sing; some from a visit to Fort Pierce and Ankona, the knee: breaking the kneecap. Twsurgeons < Coha: will /go to Buffalo to assist' In out Palm lleach Is now generally reoognlced -
A. Peek and Mr. S. F. Glbbn where d..lljlhlflllly emertaln .
-Dr. L. of their fam)us and up-to-date songs. they were exiled of the big hotels. winter
In
; were Immediately the most fashionable resort -
,,'! as
and re.
citizens of Melbourne ed b Attorney C. T. McCarty
two ere prominent In town on Monday. -Sir William and Lady Ewing and Mr. and> Mrst Abbott left, this morning;,, and evetythlng In medical skill la being The Union Democrat 'published at In the South and the opening of the

Colonel D. MacMlllan, of London, England for Tampa aDd other places, en route (done but It IK. feared that at least a rlahway, N. J., referring to tal41 Giahatn Royal Poinclana and the Breakers may
-Mr. Julius Kline, who has been In have returned to Hotel l'once dc home. permanent stiffness of the limb will be hotel I, 1'alatka. says apiong other things'' be said to have marked jibe commencement -

?ew York City the past .fortnight buyIng Leon after a pleasant rtrlp -Nassau. the result. "Our last letter left us on the boat returning of the Florida season of 11KJ1.
a big stock Qf summer goods, re- Miami and Palm Beach. They are quitea -Mr. E. M. Goodall, a prominent and from the Oaklawaha excursion. Palm Beaoh la located on the eastern

Burned here on Sunday. pleasant trio. well known manufacturer of Sanford, Pitt. Island feolit. Upofi disembarking we went to the Graham shore of Lake Worth and faces west
Me. who owns an ; just! I Inland. It thus receives the cool
orange !grove ward
or
hotel a half block from the wharf
JE ON HAND at the Opera house, TI. -M r.and M ra. W. W. Kenyon, of Brooklyn ,
Titusvllle Is bill the
north of visiting parentiat air of the lake and the breezes from )
; for breakfast did most of
aa our
tusville, Tuesday evening;, March 19, spent a day or so In town this week. Seabreeze where they have a fine winter Dr. Muoyon, famous homeopathlsl party Atlantic which Is but a stroll distant.
that the favorite In I'olatka
being
and you will\ be delighted with the Ce- looking:\ ; after their property In this sec residence. lIe will, probably be In of Philadelphia, and a man of large large brick structure. We found the Leas than a docen years ago the beauties

clllan Quartette. I tion. On Tuesday they left for other tusville In a day or so. means, has purchased Pitts I.l nd, a proprietor,.J. Watkins Lee a very pleasant of Lake Worth were dimly reported by
down the East Coast. Mrs. Ken-
Messrs. Fisher Ames jr. and Cbas.I. ,. points beautiful spot In Lake Worth, paying( venturesome who had gazed
.
Waddell Miami's and accommodating gentleman, and sportsmen
will be remembered as Miss Bertha -Mr. E. A. prominent
yon fmOoO: > for the The Island
Walton of this place were guests of property. Its loveliness. Today the same
Barrelle. real estate dealer, who several the service good. Mr. Lee la the gentleman upon
abounds In fruits end (lowers
Palm a couple of tropical clear-sighted; business Instinct of Mr.
(the Breakers Beach week's ago, brought la grippe down with who has leased the Indian lllvel
Bays the first of the week. Mrs. O. R. Harris of Brookline Mass., him from New York, Is now able to be the result of years of careful culture by hotel, Titusvllle, for three years. Henry M. Flagler who gave St Augustine
mother of Mr. Arthur T. Harris treasurer Captain PH... The doctor states that the Ponce de Leon, has made Palm
-Mrs. James T. Hogg; of Jacksonville of the McFarland Fruit Protection around again among his him numerous the lie will spend a large amount of money Mr. T. W. McCreafy, manager of Hotel Beach the queen of aliliie b'ioridareaorta.
who to on
passed through here on where Saturday she Co., Titusvllle; alto Miss Hants, his sister streets.friends Mr are Waddell glad see baa some fine In Improving his purchase and will thenestablish Victory Put-In Hay whole well-known Even the bicycle paths in and around

ast, en route to Melbourne Mr. and, Mrs. R. are guests of Hotel Plaza, Rockledjle.I pieces of property for sale on Bay Ills' a magnificent winter home. along lie East Coast recently returned Palm Beach are exceedingly picturesque,
III visit her parents, I Dr. Robert Amory of Boston, has also' and I hone of our northern ,'esdeis from Chicago: where lie met tue National bor;Jerlog as they do the edge of Lake

Goode. been a guest of the Plata. this week. cane and fI lend* who are looking for good<< investments : Canaveral. Clubhouse Retail DrugitlHt and Central Freight" Wonh then through the rich tropical'
?URE BRED MINORCAS; splendid should call communicate Association. He will m> doubt secure forest where the branohes of grand old
or
Messrs. C. P. and U. II. Shelton, of ,
sod cockerels for loth for the this When In trees Intertwine overhead. Both hotel
hen pullets Bay seaion.
layer; Boston, who are well-known to many with Mr. Waddell, at Miami. Has closed Its doors for tit, season, of much life
sah.. KICKS $1.25: per setting. 1'ule<.lo recently the aeeretary..1 the Kentucky have now the appearance
T. NEWTON BANNER, Hobe Sound Fla. Indian Rlveilles, have returned home, -Or. Robert Amory president of the Col. C. P. Horton and Mr. T. Waliaon Editorial Aartoclatlou signed with and payety and the season I Ie at Its height.!
after upending about two months at the McFarland Fruit Protection Co., and :Merrill two prominent ami well-known dr. McC'reary to take VOO/ people to the Past seasons have demonstrated that
-Mrs. F. O. WlllUms, who has been Breakers Palm lleach' where they bad Mr. Arthur T. Harris, treasurer of the esldents of Boston, being; the last memo lay[ this season. Mr. E. Burdlck people of different tnstes. patronize the
her Mr. and Mrs. C. A. a host of friends. They passed through huts to leave. They left for Miami on
mltlng parents same company, arrived here, from Boston y'hlcRgii's: famous head wnlter has been two great hotels of Palm beach. Those
Robinson, at Eden paused through here Titusvllle on Tuesday.Mr. Sunday. They were followed by Tuesday, and will make their buiuliiuar secured with 75 while rl In I rig room gills who flit ti> the Breakers prefer It to the

Saturday last, en route to her home. at and Mrs. Wm. A. Warnock, .well. Mr. Geo. F. /Miles' of Ht. Anuuntln; Mr. bra at the Hoval$ Palm hotel until the for this season. Long/ distance. telephone Royal Polnuluna, while ou the other band,
Jacksonville.Mr. Walker of Sprlnzl( ..ld. .1IIa..... end of the motll. From the metropolis would not the
known and prominent residents. of Jamaica E. W. ( ; service will be In vogue between the Polnclanaltes patronize
Walter O. Kimball and his sister N. Y., were pleasant visitor. to and Messrs.' W. H. MoFatland and W. if Dade they will wend their. way homeward uttvl and the outside world. Thetfatlonal Breakers wlib the Royal Polnolanu open

Us*. Kimball, of Brooklyn, have been town on Tuesday and Wednesday.. They II. English, of Jacks mvllle. They were stopping at various places call en Hull & Manufacturers, and and able to lake came of them. It la fortunate -
We
all III Tliusvllle for the purpose of at, route. acknowledge a r.lea.nnL National Table AssoclHtlou ate considerng for the management that this
fenjoylng; a visit to all the (Cast Coast re- hat been on a visit to Mrs. Degrauw'i *
and } III.
,rts bis week. They seemed to like property. ar: !Sarno. Until the end ol tending I Ihe annual' meeting of the MoFurlund from Colonel ilooton ( n proposition made them to go to the prufeiencals so admirably divided, for

itockledge; very much.AUNDRY.W. March' their headquarters will be at El Fruit" Protection Co., which lay again this year. Mr*..MoCreary and the people of the different tasteaseem. to
Dora. They left yesterday for Del.and took place/ on 1 uesday Wednesday and CHURCH NOTICES.;: daughter are spending the wln'er at I be about equal, and both hotel move
E. VRola dh.jlham. of fur a day or so. We acknowledge a very Thursday. Melbourne, and .they were joined by Mr. along( Ihroiiyh the season ,at about the
Titusvllle, baa secured the agency for call. McCreary Slits "" ...k. Yesterday they same. gait. But Ilila season has eclipsed
the Hlldltch Steam Laundry Jacksonvllle. pleasant -Mr. Sol Smith Russell, who Jias been The Pastor. Kev A. O. Siderfleld will\ Inland has
ill eame up I. Titusvllle\ and left this all others, anal Mr. terry
Basket leaves on Tuundajs, returning -Mrs. L. I,. Barth and charming: spending seveinl weeks at Pittnt Beach, ,>mach at Uvorglana next Sunday, morn, norulng fur Winter Park and Tampa, I'blld.lII. hands full" as to what to do

on Satuidays. Leave your daughter, Miss hattie Barth, wh i have pnt-Hfil through Tlttisvllle. Monday morn- ng and evening. rvturulng to Melbourne ".., ,week, wltlt all the people who have. applied for _ _
lie I iii well known
wahlng, at the Bond Lumber Co.office. been /KII'IBIS of Breakers, Pit 1m Bench, Inn. en route north. a There will be services in the 1'res.by. routes al the Breakers. However he
luririgibe seven or right week. Hcii",."nd In conversation wtthnn Aovo An ADVOOATM corretnndent' la1"1Thflle ,
I -Io! ra. R. I!. Junes, mother of Mrs. are now stopping pant at Hotel Plaza Rock CATS representative, said be may stopover tense church Tliusvllle$ on next !Suo-:: Is a peculiar fascination about life has done the bout he could under the much dr.ournatenceN
M.Brown of this place,ai.rived here lay at 11 a. ni. and 7:15: p',m. and placed himself to
m. ege, where they expect to stay a couple HI Titusvllle for a day or so next a it Hotel Or mood which bilngM vIsitors trouble and Inconvenience In trying tooblige
t om her home In New lIutrord. Conn., of weeks, ere ..eodlnillheir Way to their seas.-fl. It Is said that Mr.I Russell W- Archdeacon Brown will hold divine hack year after year, and holds those who all The 'nllhrat
In Friday afternoon, and will remain asna home In Chicago. Miss Rarth was quite cam an actor under peculiar clrcumsianees. services at !St.:: Gabriel's church, on !Sun-:: come only for brief stay often through comers. spent _ _
which AHVOOATH representative
!guest of her daughter; for several popular at Hotel Breakers and her lie joined tb. Union at my ass lay, March 17, 1901, ai 11 a, m., and ar the entire season. ,Among the. many an nf the first of the week-
(reeks. Mrs. Jones' many friends are friends' regretted/ see bet leave for drummer boy, and was left at Calrw, HI.. Cocoa at 7 :'JO p. m. win*,have felt these .bonds of pleasure t Ins couple been packed day with tourist for some _ _
eased to see her. Titusvllle again.Mr. other resorts. wh..ie he sang In a theater, acted short tighten, about them Ibis year U HI* weeks and the Is Still they
and beat the drum when occasion Duke of Newcastle, next to past, cry _ _
( the
part, 2race ,
J. M. Cod man, a prominent Cantlne I Tbe dining room of tbe Breakers
Dome. ,
Col. and Mrs. George A. A POPULAR HOUSE.
required, to help out the orchestra. He lie Duke of Manchester 1.1.. largest land
left .
timber of Canaveral Club, Sunday of 11110. and It I I. lighted
and valued utibseribers. of the ADVOCATE Fsa" a capacity
MID, joined a tra.ellnlcompan1; later and ed of ,It I. In England.. The
r his home at Brookline M.... Mr. proprietor with not
hotel and with 6UU Incandescent light,
at theb arrived at the United States IUd not make his first appearance In New One of the most popular largest luke Is here now for so Indefinite stay
mao spent the entire winter column la the whole dining room tom.r
week andare house In Floildn Is Cohen one
facksonvlllo, last againi try goods
and that he had killed York until 1871. For the past few yearshe and Is enjoying the hunting and fishIng. In the
reported week its beauty When lighted
i the East Coast for several has been starring with his own com Iroe., on West Bay street Jacksonville. 00 tbt Halifax and Its tributaries with
lite a number of ducks. He was aompanted hall from Is the store that will promptly ivenlng-with in. addition of hundred
ant refund -
The above plm party FelixMcCuslo TItle
In Folks .
Kdgewood of Ill Grace
| Mr. Wm. Ely of Province psnles the est a true sportsman.
by Colonel Caotlne U If dissatisfiedwith of handsomely dressed ladles sparkling
are
Newkurgb, N. y. A Poor Relation Peaceful Valley your money you also
aa clever amateur photographer' ,
R. I., who baa been spending president of the Hudson Valley Life attractions. your purchase; and they also take of with diamond*-It I I. truly a scene well
and( other lifen
bits
popular and baa added tropical
veral weeks as the guest of the above Tuderwrlters[ Asunclatlnn. They vhiltsd pleasure In mailing you ...nlpl.... Cohen many worth seeing. In former Issue of the
whIch the neighborhood so abounds tohis
ntleman.Mr. Titusvllle on Saturday last and left ASK FOR MANON'd GUAVA JELLY: iros. have now on show the bear, most collection of world photographs.Though ADVOCATB we referred to the many Improvements -

W. H. Warburtoo, formerly the same day for Palm Beach and MI- stylish and cheapest Easter goods ever not aa enthuslss.la golfer he has and attractionS made to the
GET YOUR TICKETS for the Ceclll- Jacksonville. This breaker* last summer. On Tuesday
wsenger.; agent of the Clyde Line In ami. Imported Into : drygoods aken keep interest In the tournament
at the Eagle; Clothing; ha ,the newest and evening, one of the moat brilliant ball of
w York, Is now holding a position as MERCHANTS SAVE MONEY BY an Quartette ; palace most l.yat the Ormond links and the fair "
"P'ore. Price. of admlwiloa are as follows dress goods In alike tbe season took place. It was a charity
citing passenger; agent; of the Penln-, luylng their ponds. from the Florida fashionable cballles winners of more than one putting match
t Reserved seats, 6cts) ; !general wash fabrics ball, given for the purpo..o' raising a
with woolen eto.
2 ar and Occidental Steamship Co., Hardware Co., 10 West Bay street. Jackson lave worn their tropblee with added rest
33cts. children 2cts., Fund for hospital. Mr. Leland Sterry
admission colored silks a
at Hotel Royal Poinclana, ; Among the are taffetas of
quarters villa. his their
________ through gracloua recognition at the
|rn Beach. Mr. Warbnrtoo la a bsil- Ned soft silks In all the newest shades kill.. aspects to 'leave for Philadelphia
: w.weii-met and his hosts of friends Something Special and Cheap., Yawl float For Sale( k"lkl.: for waists and cbl,dren'e dressos.o ,nod of thla month to get his line hotel
luding the ADVoc.ATIC-wlah him black are peati-de-sole, soft Mffeus, Mr. Geo. O. Howe, a former well the 'Hryn M.-Ia readiness, for the.

: |ry success 'In his newotBce.R Fine location for groves and pineapple Flat bottomed; length 33ft.; wldlb, gros grain, sod satin d. Lyon. lu woolen known and popular East (:aaal botil, opening about the 20th of May.
plantat.ions. Address, lift.; roomy cabin, 10ft. lung and 6ft. dress good the roost popular shades keeper: has leased Hotel Kensington' The office force at tbe Breaker In-
SMOOTH CAYENNE PINEAP- C. T. McCarty high/ ; sails, chain, cable and anchor In are reseda, old rime, faun pearl grey and :New York, and lila ad..11be\ found on >lod'a> .eland Hierry,assIstant manager;
|le plant cheap, write to Ankooa, Fla. good order. automobile. Also 1 most beautiful line Ihb page of this paper. Hotel Kensington E. J. llendee room clerk! ; Oeo.;. Hop- _ _
J. D. BELL, St... Petersburg, Fla Ma. BowDEX-, Melbourne "... of black alt wool borage and chenille I Ic on I'lflli Avenue acm) Fifteenth lies, cashier" t Paul V. lions assistant

House for Sale. renadlne[ 44 Inches wide. In woolen treet-two raloutes walk from road- ssshlerj C. W. Reeves trootcerkJ.W.simpson ; .

NEED TO BUY FIVE TO TEN For Hale goods, albatross I baptlstes satin ...1.11.I way with |Ita perfect railway system, night clerk..
thousand acrea ofland., State full bonne nicely finished topln, mohairs, la all t".lal'" sbsdas. and equally. convenient to the Fourth

irtlculArs and price.Address. and A In nine good room condition, located near the By Henry Green, of Boston now la the silk .trlps-.c''t, to all the dell- and Sixth Avenue oar lines, just far Notice to'tlie Public. .
colors are neat exquisite. The enough away to be exclusive and: quiet
"W.B-, court liaise, on the corner of Palm and Sanford Fla., the following machinery ate ,
|care of ADVUOATE :Tltuaville Fla Palmetto Sts. Apply on premises Or toM. Mgood .. new and In working-order, for 'latest style In trimming arc the renaln- baa convenient to everything. From its 'titnsvlhe.Vlts.Marcb| 4, IDol\); .

I). L. DoixKMf, me half coat If removed at ....ce. Asses bands, Arabian bands De Gene l location near the centre of the retail The public will take notice that by
fptjr Sugar and Rice Darrell. Tliusrtlle, Fla 1 IS horse-power boiler and engine. wadlngs, point d. Venice,beads, which store district' the Kensington makes 'order of the Board of County Com mi.-
1 ISIn. pony plainer. lire all most stylish _d beautifuL : I ideal headquarters for ladles visiting the ilonera, the ferry on and across the 8e-

ur sale Address,- Bockledgre Indian Hirer, I rip saw and OIM cot off saw. This store la not o>lr very popular with city on shopping .rr.....*. Thoroughly matlaa River I. hereby discontinued _ _
WAI/TIB A. Moons, I combination band aod jig saw. he residents of the East (}.oag of Florida modern la all lie arrangement and ap until farther' notice. _ _

8 George St, Charleston, S. C. Haa nfl of the raot attractive andbeatatoeked 1 turning lallb. bnt with those of the West Coast aU 1'">I.tmeol.. this high elaae,hostelry )I. J. R. WALKKII,
slung the East Coast 1 61 n. monlder, and knives to fit. 10. la fact, CoMa Broe'. atorais known conducted on the European .,Iaa. Pro Chairman of Board.
store 1 complete cutting and splitting wood all over the elate for lu honest dealing; vietor (H(). C. Howe Is also proprietorof
find everything
>UMjr Grore*-Orange Land 01 Florida. You can kind of floe machine. sod ponetoalUy la attending to mail the Irfukla House. Walsh Hill, H.1., THE: BIG DBUO STORE," Deffley",

-- you need at this store. >U Also ODe large fire-proof' Morgan A rders. and was formerly proprietor of theUu.kogham < rhmarmacy[ Bay and Ocean streets. Jack' _

> you want either In safest part of groceries and western meats. the needs Co. Iron safe COHKN' BKO*., Ht. ",ulrqall_ Mr.Howe took eosvtll TJa' Do not. forger in* ad.

|East,Coast f Write. Particular attention paid to Apply eo Oreea'e Novelty Works, 4 West Bay' street barge of the Kensington In the middle dress 6... Hughe old *ad rllab\ _ _
C. T. MCCARTY. yachtsmen and cruising parties. Sanford F..., e' Jacksonville, Fla. o' December laet The bonus oootaltus dreg bneIneem.
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,; TITUSVIL.LEIs Choice: Seo UPoteutoes.

.f' FLORIDA EAST COAST
LIl the County Seat of Brevard connty; RY.

is 154 miles south of Jacksonville; Is the
No. 4. 3.25. per barrel. '
Early nose Improved,
t head of navigation, and the "sotting outpoint" It ct
k and Maine . : 00)
Yoi
i' for cruising parties on the fain-, -- : Early Rose, New || u ct I
Itotie..3 (00JlebroD )
ous Indian JMver which here forms a Time Table l' !. 30. In New Early White (
,, Kllect Jan. 28, 1OU1.No.14 . . . . ("0 U ,
t bay 6 miles whlo. The constant refresh I. \ .. . . . . 3 711 'S It 1
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Triumphs f
bro.id sheet of SOUTH BnU1"pIIWul U"wu. .... K6utri
breezes from this
ing tin VIII) rUUjflb ct U
. . . . . . .350 ;
eds . . .
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$ r water and the CORn beyond maku It an Nu.tU u,4.> u.di No.itf. ".ill I 1 o.J1RU,2IJ: No.116 Nu.711 Nu.i4 N".' > o.1II! N.U:! No 18 0.. No :!INo 1.1. akotl\ Seeds at lowest prices and reliable,
f ideal bealth resort. The shoollug; (for Unity Dally. Dully Dully Dully piUly85fip Dully Daily Daily MAIN LINK SCHEDULE.: Dully Daily Dolly Dally Dully.ox Dally Dully Daily Dally All varieties of Peas and IJeans and Garden !
exMu OX t.I uxMo 8u ex Hu exi4u78mf stock. :Send for price list of all kinds of seeds f I
/ wild ducks especially) ) Is unexcelled \- - - - - "

t Fishing, sailing, boating. Good shell 61101' 4 OOp 8Kj( 2 Blip 7 80a H 25p 04OaLv..Jarksonvllle.Ar: 700p 72!>p ORRp 1120a.UOpI24': >Jp 10 05" 10 20a 1 OOp L. CAMERON Seedsman r
roads for wheeling; and driving. Five 6a .THuy.!! (mm( I Ut!pI'.PIf'I,! \ 8 NJa0a 12p1Uxn..r.< :. !St.Augualdne.Lv: 6 Blip'\ 626p! 5Mp 7 21.w. ll I lUa II 40a tfOJit Caiu UOUn: ,' I

1 l ,'," . white churches, schools, bank electric Mo85, HitalunitairDaily7..MukeM ( ) ). 9001'. .sAM. . 1UUp1U56raLv./:27n .......... .!tit.: HitHtinic Auguarlne.An.. . . ..Lv &Slip 4.;>p 8.lOI'. . .aWl. .>. 716a'Ill -'Vf.-78:Banns 'Vail (Daily j .) 126 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE; FLA. I';

lights, band ; Ice, palmetto tannic acid, ilex local I stops and Carr"jilt 2p :'n. 'i OHt a 4iia85'p .... .. Jti"n Palalka. .. . . .. 4 BMp/ 64.11' 8 Kip OZTa Makun J beat I atopw and carlo . -- ----, -.----.-
} barrel and tentrfaclorlos; opera Louse F. HI. O. By. Buffet ]121q'1d4a 81\11'\ 111II1' .. .... .. Oniicmd. . .. .. ... 8.ul' "IJI'l (I)Mp 601ll1r.( F. HI O. By, buffet Par ----- - ---- - --- 1680TEond
lor Car llalry 10 6.IL 821,9: 111' ....... Dayiona. . ..... ''I' 4 a,.\> (Ullp62Ul 46HU t>r Oar. ES1'ABLIS ED
EAST COAHT :
Board :
1 of Trade; newspaper ( ; Yt,18A,8.LYrprenlDaflyl.. : .. ( ) .. . .. salt 127\ ... ... Port>ornngo" 8I 1.1'!' 4 lip! . . . Ito![ 74Ylamisn/YnatsxBysolW I
ADVOCATE), hotel (Indian River), and a Font Tr..inw"/: only at UOS..UlJa: f'j; .... New Smyrna... . ..... II (Xlp 811t11' : >1432a (II Daily) )
number bf llnu'buMlness' houses, whoso fltutioim.. .shown find mrrlo .. . . . . .. .. . I4jp44Rp ' .. ; ..... . .., :: 211.1' Oompoaod exrluHivejy; :: of F. .
ads. bo seed in these columns V. D. O. Hy.. vestibule Buffet 1167a1201\p .1| 8111' ..,,:lJPltnxville; ..... ..., 2UIp 8'04p'6&ip'g'ypnE. O ltyvextihuleBuntParParlor I : : Lumber: : Co.
may (Cur .. UUHp810p: 6 ti :26p" .. .. .. ... Umma r. ......... It ILip 2gsp 4Wp Oara. P" ixongnreforthl. ,
s Trains to and from all points every few Mo. 23, Hluml add Nniiaa' Spsotnl' 1 8Ua U: IMp 6110.,1 I B Itnp .. ...... . Roukludirn. ....... .. Ilup" 2bp 4.,5p805p f SCC'iilOOn: train. must provide themwilveB -
v hours. The hammock land for orange (.Dally.) ) c . . I2'p84.9':\ 1 !II,) || .... .. .. EnuGalito..r ... .._:, I 22'i 1' I4'p. 482p: . . with ParlnrCartfekstsOnmposml
of.\ .
{t ' is exclusively ... .. 1iJp! 424p ......,.J\loJIM..rll..... :.... ... GIUa lost 41/41' . . infulditiunt *regular putmugetlrket. Manufacturers of and Dealers In
and this section
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vegetable growing F. KO. Ry.vestjbuleliuffet " . . . . .6611'1 6 arp ......... RoHHlaml.... ...... 114ae . . .
1 I said: to be some of the finest in tarp state. Parlor a"M. PuiMttn peril for. ." . . "... Slop ..... !:!..bll"t...... ....... ... Hilla .. . . . .. .. . .0.. JIo. 23, A. a. I.. E stops (only) ').
thin t"I\IIIIt\"Nt""vlHth..m-. .. .. . . .. ... .. 6 blip "n.. ....,... St. Loom.nnle .... ...... .. 104na . ... .. . .'. Fast Train and at LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING
solve with Parlor Car tlc-kuta: 807i 715pS06p (6'f'p.! .......Fort Pierce .. .. ... 1..1111.151'. Htatirtns Hhown carries ,
QI Coulda'thelpgottingacoldnovereureeIt tnRdtltlulltoreguhupNIIMOIl" . .. .. ... ... ... .. 61l11p.. ....,..., TibbaU .. .. ... .. 10 lla , .. . . . . . !"'. E. O. By. vestibule Buffet
; but oarrylcg: ; home a bottle ol BALLARD'S ticket . " . . .. ." . 0IUp .. ... . .. Bilenu .. ......... ..H 100.a .. .. . . . . Parlor Cam. Turning and'Scroll! Sawlnjt; Also Veneered and Sawed Orangeand I
l't'' nbllEUOUND and )lo.Q9.Palmlolioll..dlllami .. .. .. ... ... . ". . gap .... .. .... JeiiHen. ......... 10 (KaB6.IB: .. .. .. .. .. . .". .. o.QS.II"lmll.RolI.dKIam1 Mouldlnea,
MYKUr solicit correspondence.
} i ' Llmlt.4(1),1IJ'( ) .) " ".. .. .. .. 64Tp8IOP . .... Htuart. ...... .. . .. .. . .. .. Limited (Dnlly.) ) Vegetable Crates, We
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t i using all.dlrect.ed. will cure the worst Oomp ( kind ot cough or cold. Price 23/: and DO Buffet. "HUieporsaudDnyCoufh. 7 1111' .. West Jupiter......., .. . .. Buffet !I."o..d: Saw Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills( on at
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; U"rriossl.ers"62au'/Pp.' ..... . Duy-Coiuih. Take on Mlunp- and Tltusvllle..James .
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. BWpAr..Woxt. Palm Haaoh .. 8 Una\ lOB'a) i'2np: HOnp DeLand i
13. H. Wilson A Son. for Palm .. Boaoh. iI
/ Cents : 6:ijJ.. 411Mp Hotel Royn.1 Poinoiuua.... 6 l KM! IU 21n) 10IIi/ ur at Mium1 and paten I I
I I''' ., only atstatioftsshown. 54(1); JSOHp52Bp 916p9lK 8Mp Lv. . . .The Breaker.. . .. .. .. 82aji!. lla Itap10aop"topxonlyatatatiousshewn.Yvh \ \ -
Mr* Tori aid Florida Limit.d .
IU&'Ya.32lswYarkandelorlSaLfm-
S6ftR2lla au'pOAp' WosePalmSeach..Ar
8wu 966x1246
d 1 TAX ASSESSOR'S-NOTICE. (Dally) :Sue>.>\ Monday). 816x ..I. p "'.?. . . . .Boynton.1Lr 7 Wla ... ... . .P lUaSp( 1_ (Sally), Xxotpt: BnndiT).
.. I N..wYorlttu. St. Augustine ... ... ..... III<*> .... .., .r.Delray . ... ? 7 : ... .. .. . 957p Bt.AaKu8tln..toNewYork McAlister.
.. --:- : \4 :vlsduttthxrn. Hallway. Ooin- 704aTBTa....... .. ...Iolp( ;) . .. Fort Lauderdale.,..... :1:1I1\ ... .. .. 91:* via Southern Huilwa/ OomI"MetlexcIWtlv..17ofPullmau .. ..
{ + ; I will'be at tie following places at the [ .. ... ... ... 1041p:! . ... . Lemon City.,.. .. .. \t.. a I"0' P,0..cIUIIlv..170fPuI1J0..n\ ; .
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'Darn.Ho 16/1&/ 710p1116p1UiUp( AT.. . .. .. Miami . , ,, .. 'I B 8IoalIOOa ars' ,
+ J dates named for the purpose ,of as.\ss. 17, Yew Tort and. Florida BptcW 8IWp Ho.! 33. Hew Tort aid flortla Bps-' (John Clark's old stand). ,
log z II for the 1001: (Dally :JEioapt>> Monday). .' . otalllall) )' Ezoopt Sunday, ) ... ___
;year N..wYo..kto..t.Au. uMtlne I St. AuKuntUt to New York _ _
r :Tties. Mar 19 Eden Wed Mar.20 via Atlantic mast Line. via Atlantta Guest Line. i
u i..t.: Thur 111 Fort l'leree, Frl. '' 22 Composed exclusively of Composed exclusively of Direct Importer and State McAlIster's400PoieRjeand L!
White CUT Hut. ". : Fore Drum, Mon. 211 Pullman Oam.V Train do mot top where tlm.!. not ihowu.Ho. .. Pullman Oam.' 0 _.
t' Wradley'rurs.* : leans, Frl"luBeha..t..n .I. il, Florid >nd Kotropolit '. ., IlL> it. Floats: ad KotropoUtas r -
''l I i bat. 23ft I Micro, Tuen. April'\ Limitti ((1)1111.) ) 4"r Llmlttd Dally) ,). for = Bourbon r;
OrantWe :Melbourne Fri VHanyan / Kau ..bo..rIAII' Linn. CuiupuHed via tto-aboard Air Line. Oompoioxl -
; ,' IFues. II loornluim, Weil. >< 10Merrltt exclusively of Pullman I. '. exoluxlvitly of Pullman Bouche File & Co'a. Champagne, BUN E. Walter's (Baker's) PureJRye.Virglnla'G .:
't I (flty Point, Thurs.Tltnsvllle ." 11 Frl. 1'lj I am, Diiy-Ooiu-h operated on' :- __ Cars. Uuy-Uuoch oparatod on -
1 Mon lIS >UranC|:.. '1'....... InHaulover. thin train on whioh no extra thin train on which no extraor Kirker Oreer <& Co's. Three Leaf Pure Rye. 'f
1 Wed, '< in (Canaveral Tuei. 23 or Pullman fare I. <-harir d.Ho. I Pullman fare. In charged.
I8. Clo i sad florid* SptoUI' : Ho. II, Chlonto ul Florll Epiolal'
93, ad Fioriu Linlt Ho. 03 and Florida LlmM Shamrock Irish Whiskey. l CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Cilioalo Chicago'
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Blanks will be left at all the postoffloes (Dally: Except Monday) (Dally Except; Hnnclay)I. f.
l Dally( ) ) Dally) ')
I mentioned above for the of mailing china u to at.:: Augustine ; St Augustine to Chicago Greer & Co's. Old Vatted Wines.
purpose ;, Chicago to tit. Anffuntlno via Oinuinnatl via.' Atlanta. Chattanooga 8,. Angnatine to Chicago Wm. California !
returns J. F. WDOTES, via EvauHvllle. Niwhvlllo andZtfontiromerv. .and Atlanta.. Chattanooga and Cincinnati.! Composed. ".a Montgomery Nashville Highland "'hlikey."L !:I Maryland and Pennsylvania \
Composed ex* oluiuvely of Pullman Cam of Pullman. Car. and Evansville.0omposatl. ex-
I .Asses exolUHlvely
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i elusively) : of Pullman 0. I' elusively of Pttllinan Oars. tr Kentucky Bourbons.
IM Y'Coach.onorotod on thin Day. -Ooaoh operated on this American Brewing Co's.; Cele f l y '
train on which no extra or train. on which no extra or bratod Beer St. Louis Mo. :North Carolina C rn.
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; .. WEATHER QRT. Pullman fare IH charged Pullman fare la charged. ,
. Imported and Domestic Rumll.w .
\' f- SA F. A A BRA.'Ct!. PURE.RYE
.. JUG AND FAMILY TRADE A
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All tram.dall ly exoept !Sunday.: ;,; '
/' By flew Jas. IL- Waite' ; -observer for NolJ All train. Dally. "-.,...=- -Cheap; -Liquors quoted on Appll- \

Weather Bureau, V. S. Government.6UM.9pA.HY wa . .",.. . .. ... . .. . TituHville ............ .. j.. ... . r TJEijp No.BH N o,49 o. |No.46| | a4; o.el. Nu.6UiNQ.liJ Specialty. cation.JACKSONVILLE. _
FOR FJCIIBUARY 1001. t1Ba I': ..s...... . ... ,.".,.. .]\imfl.......,,..,............ . 112p 16'p.4 1-141' 111,," O'lOa.LvP't'kaAr' TToiiIIOOo.' I OpI ID6p18Wp i
.\. '8jj/jA/ ;. ...... .. .... ..Owtoen.. ....... ..... .. H lISTaHUta 666p46op lOOp 110M IxlalArEPlkaLvl" K.allI, 4UitN 1IMI.7 ailip'' 64fip; JAMES )ICALISTER, 200 East! Qay street. FLA.i
i I Highest temperature, on the OUt 8:1.0: .8110&( ........ . ..a..., .....Eni'''' rise....... ....:. .... .. r I -.-
1 Lowest ". ." 24th.. .' 34.0 tlJiUII . .. .. .. .. ..e. . t.- Hunford. . ,. I..,.. .. . ... . .r.v 11 (MM i "'AN JdA'r. O BRANOH. All 1 rains. Daily i 1'10..21'10.64 - ----. ,

6 Mean tor: the niontb . . W1.3 6499) 1 4t.. Lv. . ,' .. . ::7t.ii'tF"latl.! ...Ar laoaTzKpOBANUB 4
V ', v Average mean for 20 ;years. (12.0\ Ii o:'rt NoT No.iA: No K | No.8.. :No.8 No.AI: I 7 UOp1 8U.'u> Ar..1" :.San Mut-ep. . Lv 811''" 7 Otp HANNE BROS.
Sun BRANCH DallylUally Sunonly -
Dally Bun | ... ,
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Highest " .". In 18H8. 72.6 only exbu only exeuMAYPORT exHu _
Lowest V> ".f ," '" 1806.. r 'B4.2 I' N tllNo' I CITY BRANCH. No. 2 No. 4 12.401218Vest Adams Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
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t' llainfulf In Inches .'. ,. 1.34 640p( soup) 2 imp '8 ISa Lv .Jark..vlll.Ar. IIlIOa 58ISp /1001':1 AatralnNDellyEdreptnunday.4sp _ ;
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. < auxp 201p 8311.: .S ,. Jaehifonrlllq S ...a 68Tp 5 (: . . : aLvn.New Jrn.vrim.. . . . . A? IHUpUH&p 66np54np
Average for., 24 yaar8: . . . . . : 2J17r Jlftp BHAp 2'J fed" 8nUa .,Pablo W MM-h . /6 lU60Jf, > 595p1.: . M.Ip11 :21a. ..... .r . .Lake Hulen... . .. ........Lv 1246p ;
r Greatest' ". e. J800 ... 0.2J: 71101)/ eiop( .<1811 .<* Atlantic Boaoh. 5 4a'' 4 Anp tiiup: .. .. tuopiIU'ea'L.' .. . . .... OrangeOlty. . . . ... .. .. .. : \ 621'1'' and Wine Merchants '{
Least''t'" ...1882... t. . ,1ftN >'f4701" U'XIp 9tllloAI' .. Mayport. ..Lv SAM 4 Bop 6wr .. .. 5Ufrptt4uAr.T .. .. .. Or"ulloOhyJan'JUon. .. . .. .. UHUp .:SKIP! Liquor

1 Prevailing direotlonyof wind';,. W ' 'r. ,
These Time Tables show the times a. which .. expected toareive and depart from the aeveral. HfatlonK. bnt their arrival
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. J 22
Number of . .
t olel\lIdl1yl.: l..norLs.
..t.teda\ not .. the itself for .
r departure afe the times gemrrnto Company. bold, responsible any delay or any ooneeluenoessridag
at fal_;"?; ..' '. 8 therefrom, '' -Case and Jug Trade Solicited.- :
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I I, ; e island" home j.
I, I.: Mel'il'htll'. 1 l\un\ Fla. .. I .MIA Jl...>AA: : U I...N K-o.: .MI.V, MI. \II, \ .. li.VVA A 1-aNK". .*. I'KINt: ; K1VAKI: .

I' t r SAILINGS!: EFFBOTIVB: Jan 16: WINES:: AND LIQUORS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
I -0-- AIUN(+S JAN. 8 to FBB.: IL 1"01 : HAVANA. I Lt>".e Miami aun.tays lOud WeInesday..ll Wlp .
1
LvMtrt-MlHiui MoneLa yxan'tThu'sdaye..r ..11HO| Arrive Havana Man ,aye and ThurHp t*
SUNSET... -:. : .duop' Cubit. t I Leave Havana TnanJH.v. ..and Friituvs . . .U: 1 Urn. ,! : Call or send for Prices.
NASSAUBahama /' l3 itv.. Ness. 11 Wedn<*mlik\'. and Saturday. 1 up5Uua l Arrive Miami. Wedne.lay. and Saturday: 6 UuaUIAMIKKY
Arrive,, Thur..ay..d"\\DcI.ar.. : . . WK+ .' ., ..... --- .-..
[ TlVi'tffn for East'tlonst t A'Ivoca&.JThere'd ; ] M' : i.l.NK.; , il'Y O. ;y \VKsT.SAILINO4 .
""I i eATJNWH FKH. 4 0 MARCH UU / :! EFFECTlVBfjnn.: : lit -
beauty In the setting sun' [...11.... Mlniui! MoiiM.. W..dM. nudrrlH .. . .. IB'Jn: KEY WEST I LenveMinmtMona.Wedv.andFrle.. ... . ,11g0pArriv"NmtSHUTuea,2hors. :HaasMesc: : &:, Co.Importers .
Whwn sinking in the west, \ and "tJ.'itn . (I uoiliuU ArrlvoKeyWest l'UOM. Tlius and Bats.. .. . } UUp
lei and.. Leave Nassau. Tn...... 1'hnm 1\11.1..8'" . |> Florida.I fjfnivy. Key Wen Tue. y Thus, notArrive .bat . . 8 Hup
With nature's tinted skies stove I Arrive .Minim\ Weds.. Fim. and Sun.. . fluou Miami Weds. Fiia.' and ,nuns . . . Su.eSAT and Wholesale Dealers In-
And song/ birds go to rest. ") lN(+jJOUMKvOlNl: ARIL, : -
We love the brlgUt coil cheerful sun, Will be on "sums ways and hours an foe January.

It makes our hew Is fuel guy, "' For copy of local tltna card address, any Agent., Wines Liquors and Cigars
We lllfe the grandufu of the scene :
Just lit the close, of day. -J...-D. AHNER. A..t.. Oen. Pa... AR.nt. ST AUGUSTINE- .-..; FLA.- r
%"'- = - -
With yellow red and purple tints '
Throughout the heiivnoit' apace, Itod capital(, who may desire to Invest In |i Forn.ClaJ.o: : P-u.ro :Rpo.Distilled .

1 It Of brlnirn a forgotten tr> UM most race.pleasant dreams On bR. The the exhibit Inland wllbe, and will the best entirely Iverolllllcteciin VESTIBUun: Seaboard Air Line R'y.' ( by Ferndale Dimming Co., /Second District of Kentucky; aged In ,

We like iiio BiniHub uu the'lake be representative of Its Industries.TIIEAUUIY. heated warehouse, and absolute pure) and free from all adulteration. 'l'hcsegoud

With wooded scenes around .- - -- --- --- 4I I a [LMITEDLJnexcelled! Service from Florida are pronounced by; all connoisseurs to be without an equal, ; and are regarded by tIll

WAnd wild tlnwer" hlnitm throughnut the medical faculty ns superior to all others for the use of invalid

sweet perfumes abound. [year. TRAINS to all Points NORTH, EAST and WSTI; : I FEKNDALE'UVE Is put up In plain cases containing no rriuiks. ,,whatever FOUR

The setting sun from on the hill DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE RICHMOND, FULL QUARTS in each case, and delivered to you all charges prepaid, at tbefol
With nature painted bright .
The valleys' all In color gay, ,V WASHINGTON lowing prices per case:

Before thus lonely ulght. A persistent Two trains daily between Tampa Jack 1SAL.TIMOKK Ferndale A, 7 )ears old, $3.20. Ferndale A A, 84 years old, $3.70.

It's grand to watch the sinking sun couch is aonvllle. Savannah and Columbia Ferndale A A A, 10 years old, 420. Money refunded Is not entirely satisfied.
l Wbon on the ocean deep first Ing Pullman/ Drawing Room Sleeping PIIILADELPIIIA,

To see her ride the billows high at friend for it a Car through to New York. and NEW YOUK. HARRY:: : MASON & oo.

Then settle down to sleep. ,
gives warn- Through Sleeping Cur Route between Jacksonville and SW Louis via Montlcello and State Agents.JACKSONVILLE 801-307-300-311 West Bay Street, Mason Block.FLORIDA

It's far beyond the art of man ing of the ap- Montgomery, making connections for Kansas City Chicago and all point la the .
To blend those colors true Northwest. Through sleeping car service between Jacksonville and NewS
As la those balmy: days of spring proach of a Orleans, via River Junction and Pensacola. Full Information on application

When glorious sun light's through. deadly ene- to Any agent of this company

I Those sunsets on the toe clad bills Heed R. K. T,. BUNCH Oen. Pas Aast. FOR $3.20.
l hours of my. ARt. .... A.O.| MACDONKLL, Gen. Pa. Agt. . .
Denoting rest. -
the warning Portsmouth Virginia. Jacksonville Fla.
What is there brighter to the :
Than sinking sun-In the west eye ? before it is -.-. -- . -- --- --- Sent to U'I by Express postofflce order or New York Exchange we will
send ;you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID
-C. R. ELLIS. Iv'WL1AINII1 too late, before .

Philadelphia Pa., March 13, 1UJ1.\ your' . Dixie Flyer Route . FOUR FULL QUARTS

.a lungs 1 become Double dally trains, with PULLMAN'S FINEST VESTIBULED BUFFET CARS
.V Are you sick? If so Investigate the merits t /j Inflamed --Through without change- Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
I of 1IKKIHNK. It is' a concentrated
before JACKSONVILLE FLA TO NASHVILLE ST. LOUIS AND
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CHICAGO.
.
the dose Is small It
medicine yet quickly
I produces the most gratifying results the.., t '-Close connections made In Union Depots for- Calhoun Pure Rye, Whiskey '

) digestion Improves, the lips and gheeks doctor says, "Consump LOUISVILLE, CINCINNATI, MEMPHIS and all point West and Northwest.

lose their pallor the eve becomes bright tion." When the danger Be sure that your ticket reads via' '
f IJ] We ship In PLAnt PACKAOKfl: no mark to Indicate contents which will avoid all com
and the step elastic Price 60 ceo.... B. WESTERN: ATLANTIC RAILROAD/ NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA.
signal first appears, help ment.V When :you get It and test It, If It In not satisfactory, return It at OUR EXPENSE and
B. Wilson & Hon. nature with & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY. your 43.ao will be cheerfully refunded. This Whiskey Is. as irnnil as any (9.00 good* In the market. '
For Information relative to schedules We are close at band and can give you QUICKER DELIVERY than distant home. We bur
rates etc., write to... been. diilnjr hnslnens. In thin city and at the same stand for over 1ft YEARS and as to oar RESPONSIBILITY '
CUBA AT THE EXPOSITION. T. M. DOYLE, Fla. Pass Agt Jacksonville Fla. AND REPUTATION tot honest dealing. we refer von to allY merchant here or to
AYQTSPQtoraI: C. E. BARMAN Gen. Pass. Agt. II. F. SMITH Truffle Manager the editor of this paper.

Atlanta Ga. Nashville Tenn. SOLOMON & LEVI
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BpUmlld Exhibit of the Inland's Kesourcea
1028 A 1930 First Avenue
To Be Mxl .l the Pan-American.. .
efi.rr P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM ALA.
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The diversified and valuable resourcesof
Cuba will be exhibited at the Pun- Do You Intend ? .
'
Building NOTICE:-We pay Express Charges to all poInt. reached' by "SOUTHERN EXPRESS CO)(
American Exposition.A PANY," but to point on lines of other Express Companies. we prepay only to .points where
peculiar Interest attaches to this Island Southern, Express Company transfers to said other Express Company.

ou account of Important events
A which have occurred during the past few Don't If so, remember that the largest stock and best grade of )lumber, na well as .
:years and there 1 Is not the slightest delay until your building material of all kind., Including Brick Lime Cement Sash, Doors o :a: .A. s :sr.cr M'' OO- ,

doubt that the Cuban Exhibit will command lungs are sore and your, and Blinds Paints,,Oils, Coal Tar, Dullilers'. Hardware etc., are sold by.... a1T. A 51P W. B.,. St.. JACKSONVILLE ". FLA.
wide interest among visitors to the cold settled down deep
Exposition. in your chest. Kill the GEORGE: : IF" :P1tiI>:DISC>N".

A Cuban building has been erected In before the EAU GALLIK, FLORIDA.
the Court of$tate and Foreign Buildings. enemy deadly .
_ __ ___
blow kills
and it Is one of the most picturesque of you. Cure

this fine group. Its architecture and your cough: today. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

I' materials are peculiar to the Island. One dose brings relief.

The building"Tower Is of surmounted Havana" and by the attracts traditional A few doses make the Florida New York t

+ the attention of 'all visitors. It haM a cure complete. Philadelphia and Boston. III y II I F ,,. 11('
splendid view of the Park Lakes, The T...."' _1 IS<.hra* "" lMrresM| from Brnnnrlek (direct), to New. York. """"'-
Approach. The fore Court. The Triumphal Mclortkekaraarcsldai ills t*. mats
,isniltl fsr....cast*. PASSENGER 8KRTICE.r IM Ij K
Bridge and/otber parts of the Exposition. -

Among Its nearest neighbors "I consider' yonr Cherry Sectoral make onn"" 'lon. with steamers, leave Jacksonville
the best
Is the Honduras building which overlooks roughs!! and remedy alt throat for colds affection and. rtTnlnn Depot)on Thursday via. (CUmberland Ronte). Ill 20 am.
the approach. I have used It for lit) and Fernandlna loan.: m. Meal en route or "all Rail" 7 48
years) It
p. m. (Plant (arstem) arrive Brunswick. Il4op.m. .
certainly beau them all.! raennn
The work of gathering the exhibit. Is D. oo arrival al Brunswlok go directly aboard steamer.Soutbboond .
In progress. An active campaign Is being .M, 18M. .t Union.rDec. N. T.- ,
made throughout the Island and especially PROPOSED SAILINGS Northbound
the MV.. f*. < ..,_ Lv.JXc:1 ;iMUe" -K..S!0<*. m.. (Standard:Tim..) L ,.
) among Plant.eRilor exhibits. *,roe k'T?cry ..." fain. *whatever : .. .............. ............. .('OLOIL\DO........, .... ...............FrIda v. Brunswick,.. Har.15
While careful devotedto and desire tb.Wst lDedlral.dI'\ao T_ Friday. is..........................RIO GRaNDS.................... ........ 17idal_ .
the collection of exhibits to represent an possibly ree.tv.. write the Sector Frld.y. 13.....,.... .................< the manufacturing Interests of Cuba the h..yYea will tWslTwe vron4 reply Friday. 2s........................ti..BIOOIIANDS.: ........;....:............ Friday ,2s
,without eixt, l'rlday. &pr. a. ... ...... ......... .... Apr S
'f' bulk of the exhibits will come from the l>a. J.O. ATXB.Lsll. MM. row lowest... .COWRADO. .... .....................J'rI....,. 13

''1. oojnt-y: and will collected so site .Ift.ra.rvatlm.andgaeralInformation. apply' rJ.to w:.Bay 1&.7ackMII'l't11.. Four 'Full Quarts Delivered for 83.20.
a serve. inducement to those with l>m- j..RATHo, Ageot: Brunswick, ba. .
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Professional- Cards., CANCER St. Augustine.. ,Oar f1Vork..1ngGirls. CV-O TO-


M. ROBBINS, G. T. I BUNTING'SClmilotte r
GEO. The ADVOCATE Ui on sale; at Hotel! d
Sufferers from this horrible malady
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR: nearly always inherit It-not necessarily .\lc"/I.r. Struct, North of Plu/.i. .ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
Life to the most favored not always
AT-LAW. from the parents but may be from some St. Augustine is all nil. yo nud the full of sunshine, but to the average -FOK YOlfH-
remote for Cancer often runs hotels are crowned.At .
ancestor
who I 111 obligedto
American girl or woman
State and
[Will practice In United States through several generations. This deadly the last mooting of the Town work for her living, and, perhapsto

Court. poison may lay dormant in the blood foe : Council acommuniciitton wn read: from help others at home life is often a Furniture Mattresses Pillows
Office at TiruaviLLE, FLA. yearn, or until you reach middle life, theu the Board of Public Works to the effect heavy drug In conspqnrneo of illnuba.
the first little sure or ulcer makes its appearance those ,
- that !it will bu neci-HHiir.vto bore another Women who work ebpoclally!
-or a swollen gland in the well In Older, to maintain uu abundant who are constantly on their feet are
GAULDEN
ID.L. breast, or some other part of the body, I supply of water. The council will order peculiarly liable to the developmentof PICTURE FRAMES MOULDINGS,
gives the first warning.To : the ,mprovcmont, the coot. not to oxeocd: organic troubles, anti should particularly
ATT 'RNEY.AT-LAW, cure Cancer thoroughly and permanently 1(2,030.( heed the first manifestations, :Brackots:: Window: Sla.cid.os3;
Will practice in all the Courts of the State all the poisonous virus must be such as backache, pains in tho lower
(ol Florida, and the United States Courts. shimnated from the blood-every vestag Alfred C. Ilaimswortu, the woild- limbs and loner" pint of the ..toiniu'h, AND FANCY CABINET WARE. i

/ 1.0 Box, 238./ TITUSVILLK, FLA. )f it driven ant This S. S. S. does and I fumed London I publlnliur and of Jlaitnsworth magazines: : ; ,irregular and painful monthly periods, ________ n_ .
Money to Loan. is the only medicine that can reach deep- and newspapers Mrs
lg seated, obstinate blood troubles like tins. I have returned here fl'ouIlllml! Mr. N. Undertaking Department entirely separate. .
When all the poison has been forced out i and Mis. ILirmswoith' left here sovoial .
:t.J.. WEBB, of the system the Cancer heals, and th I weeks ago for Putita. Goid.i; where they \
disease never> returns. embarked on the yacht Roamer (which
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Cancer beginsoften in Small way,as the was at Titullvllle about six weeks ago)

Will practice in the Courts of the 7th following letter from' Mrs. Shirer shows: I for u fishing cruise along the Flotilla General Machine Shop.
A.mnllpimple]> cnnie on nty inw about an Inch Coast to the Florida keys. I'hey met
I
Clroult. Tuxes paid for non-residents below the ear on the left aide my face. Itlravf and had
with! excellent luck uu onjoy-
and rents and accounts collected me no pain or h".nven.r. -
and I nhotiUl save alilo trip. After n bilef rest here, Mr.llaimswoith o -Mill and (\ Engine work-
TIT08VH.I.K, FKOUIDA. i:, about \it had It <- ----1 and party will proceed

--- notbcguntointtnmeandItch ; it would: \hit c little then Ka hover,hut .. ," ,
D. PENNEY, rouM. not heul. This 'Jio'r- On Thtirsdny. last, Miss Luck Markle]
A, continued for some lime, '"teo appeared In J edge MaokeY'1I court to testify -and devious devices specialty.EVEHYTIIINO .- iM
.hen my jaw began to '",. ..11...' against; Frank: Keiuan at his preliminary :
ATTORNEV-AT-LAW, well painful., becoming The Cancer very"?. -' 3 homing, on the charge of shootingMiss :; Jr IJ IIG IN METAL/ FROM A PIN '1'0N ENC.JXK, HUILT ANDn"'pnit'"d.

| TITUSVILLK, FLOIUDA. .jan to ent and .prFnd ,..pi'1"I, 'od r 4 Marklo with Intent to kill about The finest general machine shop In time state, l p
unlilitwnsa.larpeass halfdollarwh.1I1h"ltrd two weeks ago. After the leading of .

Will practice In all the courts of the 7th of 8 S S, and determined t \', the warrant, young Kernan pleaded not ..A.I.FEED:: F_ L..A.t'rD.:
to Rive it Inir "' i to the chaige. Tho evidence was ,
Judicial] Circuit.pREDERICK.A. a tWII. 't :' .. \ ,\'l\\ guilty
and it was iemnrkiblwhat l-; av then presented, after which Kernan made '
a wo"Herful effect V,.s ELLA Bluts-ocit, E. RocintrritR, Omo. 23 East Adams street. JACKSONVILLE:: : FLA.
it had from the very beginning i thesore begsnte a statement lIe said that on the after.
MORGAN, heal and after taking a few bottles disappeared noon of tho shooting he was on his way -.- - --
i t entirely. This wa>two year ago I thet are atillno to the seawall to get his boat, and row falntneas, weakness loss of appetite I
signs of the Cancer and my general heatlhmnlinues and sleep.
I across to Anastasia Island, to llshlng. The Nltti's t IIEAST
Rood. Ma S. go
: SHIRKH La Plat".l1\lo.
whose
The portrait we
;, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, !!:: ill the greatest, or all Kelating to the bhooting, he told this Ingenious publish young hl'rewltlbad lady all then'ymp "San Mateo"

; Notary Public. blood purifiers, and the storyVheu he met Miss toms and in addition lever .&11)11.
SS only one guaranteed Maikle ho asked her If he could speak to Host Cigar.Ir'e .
S' and cured'by Lydia E. Piukham's
Collections was
Ie I Typewriting, Stenography.
purely we ,etable. Send her. She replied In the affirmative and Vegetable Compound.. First, she
I TITUSVILLK FLA. for our free book on he then asked her If she would do him a wrote a. letter to Mrs Plnkhara'a lab-
I Cancer containing valuable and interesting favor. To this she replied In the negative. oratory at Lynn Ma....., describing her t XL11.F'1oI'IlZL. .
information about this disease, and According to Kernan' she '
4 trouble, received in reply accurate Instructions
A. WORLEY started .
about W then hastened and. be for
t GEO. write our physicians your case. away, what to do to get well and
make no charge for medical advice. the river. lIe remembers that be had hU now wishes. her name used to convince Why buy Imported:clgaia, made froiji heavy tropical tobacco, doctored with
i' THE SPECIFIC ATLANTA. GA. In
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.: SWIFT CO. revolver his hip pocket, and thinkingbest
! General practice In State and Federal _ _u __ _. ___ to change Its position to his coat others that they may be cured as she opium and oilier drugs, when you cnn have the pure Florida leaf at a flvo-cent F

i t, Courts. All business. entrusted will FREE 11 LOOD mid SKIN CURE pocket before getting in his boat, he was.The same helping hand, free _of prloeP '

l t receive prompt( attention. started trigger caught tti make; :and the the transfer pistol, was when fired the, charge or obllgiitlou is extended, to FREE BY MAIL TO ANY!) Box of 25.. 1.00
General Counsel for the Tuttle An Offer Proving Faith. every ailing:' woman in America. If
f t Estate the ball bitting Miss Markle. In explanation are sick are foolish not to get ADDRESS...../ Bos'of BO' .11.75
Miami. you you .
I Ulcers, eating sores, cancers, scrofula, of the second shot. Kernan
advice it costs noth- '
I MIAMI FLORIDA. itching skin, scabs and scales of eczema, said that after he saw that,Miss Markle this valuable you -
ing, and she is sure to help you. Don'twait S; \JV ::eO\JVLEJ: .
aches and palm In bones, back or joints had been hit lie noticed a man run toward until it is too late-write to-day. .,
i AMES ANDREWS, syphilitic blood poison, rotten gums and him. With tbe object of scaring him SAN
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MATEO FLA.If
chronlo rheumatism, and all obstinate away Kernan fired a shot Into the ground. ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. deep-seated blood troubles are quickly He said that be pulled the trigger four The Eminent Kidney ___ ___ .. __ .. . .. .._ .. __. n_ __ _. _
! I .Main office and postolllce address TITUS- cured by taking a few large bottles of times before the cartridge; won dis and Bladder Specialist.
Botorlc Blood balm. We challenge the charged. He then ran, and as he went I
, VILLE. Branch office at FORT PIRRCK. You Have Not
world for a case of blood disease that northward ie: occurred to him that it
: Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co. Botonlo Blood Balm will not cure. The would be best to go to tbe jail and give

I Notary Public State at Large. cures are permanent and not a patching himself up. He told the puller that he
up. Is your blood thin? Skin pale!? 1111 had shot Mills Markle accidentally. Kernan's
rundown!? As tired in the morning as statement closed the case, and in
Found What
; E. FOSTER, when went to bed? Pimples? Bolls? You Want
STEPHEN
you
default of a bond of $1, >0)(> he was committed ; ,
Swollen glands or joints!? Catarrh\? Putrid to jail to await the action of the t t .
1 A TO NEY.AT-LAW, breath? Eruptions? Sores in mouthor grand jury. \
Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner throat? If HO, your blood l ts bad. IN rI For a Home, suppose you take a trip down and look at agar
Building, "
Blood Balm will make the blood -.
pure Garden
1 1i Fruit and Lands along the
For all troubles Ballard'sHorehound
i JACKSONVILLE, FLA.C" and rich, heal every sore, stop the aches pulmonary
Syrup taken In the early stages .-
and the broken-down
pains, build up
body, and Invigorates the old and weak. proves certain and sure specific. East Coast .
W. CRAVEN, Botonlo Blood Balm, the only perfect It Is equally effective croup and whoop- I I

blood purifier made. Sold at drug stores. Ing cough, and If used In season prevents 1
DENTIST. the further development of consumption.
1.00 per large bottle, and room.
Price 25 cents. Wilson & Son you Me
Castle Hall, 111 West Forsyth Street: directions. To prove our faith in Blood
Balm, a trial bottle given away to suf looking this way, drop a line to

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA; ferers. For free trial bottle, address Miami.Mr. Th Discoverer of 2wtm -Roet at Work IB JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlc .Pr..fdent
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Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga. Don'the8ltate Els Laboratory ,

W. ALLEN, but write at once describing There Is a disease prevailing In this ILORIDA' EAST COAST IVY '
' GEORGE trouble, and free personal medical ad- and Mrs. George Cantlne and son 'country most dangerous because so decep
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW vice given. Blood Balm (B. B. B.) cures spent several days In town this week. live. Many sudden deaths are caused by ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
KEY WEST FLORIDA. when all else fails_ Thoroughly tested it-heart disease, pneumonia heart failureor -- -- -- - -- -
for 30 years. Over 3,000 voluntary testimonials We notice that Manager Merrill of tbe apoplexy are often the result of kidney
i Will practice in the United States of cures using B. B. B. Sold by Royal Palm Is quite an expert golfer. disease. If kidney trouble Is allowed to advance -. PABtO BY THE SEA LIVERY.Turnouts .
[:and State Courts. 9jun95 B. R. Wilson *' Son, druggists 22jnneOl:
the kidney-poisoned blood will attack
. .. _____._ __ ____ It Is rumored that large hotel will be
n the vital the themselves
built here before the opening of next organs or kidneys '
[ O. FRIES, C. E. season. We hope the rumor is true. break down and waste away cell by cell. of all descriptions ,t a+ ll SADDLE HORSES, ,
Grapefruit and Then the richness of the blood-the albumen II '
/ COUNTY SURVEYOR: Several large specimens of fish are be. -leaks out and the sufferer has Bright' : ,y, BAGGAGE: Transfer, sTRAPS
log exhibited dall> In tbe rotunda of that Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble.Dr. .
Land ]legally surveyed and sub-divided. popular hotel the Royal 1'alm, which Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new discovery ) IIAUMNO, Etc. ; '

all Capping neatly done. Estimates Orange Trees. are captured by the Rueftts. Is the true specific for kidney, bladder
( kinds of \ woiks. DIsputed -
I lines a specialty.engineering The now court house, which Is to be and urinary troubles. It has cured thousandsof SURREYS::!, ?i Wm. WILKINSON

built here, will be one of the finest buildin apparently hopeless cues, after alt other .
"l'ITUIIVILT.II:, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. a'LAUDAUS Proprietor
efforts have failed. At druggists In fifty-cent ,
/gn In the !State: and a pride to the metropolis -
We still have a fine lot of trees left, on of Dado e'unty. The plan I III ofa and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free 1
TVT S. BURNHAM, M. D. both !SOUR: ORANGE and ROUGH large, long two-story building with balconies by mall also a book telling about Swamp- VICTORIAS Pa1>1 16 Beach, Fla.
LEMON stock, Rnd will be (iliad to quote In front, the second story to bo Root and Its wonderful cures. AddressDr.
lowest prices for cash orders to those supported by two Corinthian columns. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y, and l?*************** ***** .

SURGEON and SPECIALIST, who Intend planting' out !groves. The court will be on the second 1Io..r. mention this paper. '

Ear, Nose and Throat. I Now IH the time M. > place your order with corridor and county offices on the HE
for GRAFTED TREKS; GROWN TO first "'>01'. It was deleted to build of Nine- BINE.
| WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.YirginiaHomes. ORDER, for next fall planting. our native stone which will be quarriedby ;

Write for further information, which the Crystal Rock M'g Company. Thf Tenths. 11 n
will be cheerfully given. estimated cost of the building Is 40OW.

O. W. Conner, :Xc one known the unbearable torture 'A Sample copy of one of the best farm of Pure Juices from Natural\ Roots. ;

Proprietor Ocklnwaha Nurseries. I one undergoes from puss nolens. they are papers" published, free, If you will send
Present address: TANGERINE, FLA. : .no alHIcred.' 'fabler's IHicknye Tllfl Olntmriu all the 1
l I Is a quick safe and! painless cure, your name on postal) card, mentioningthis REGULATES the liver> Stomach and Bowels,

You ']learn all about Virginia. Lands I Price TiO cents In bottles, tubes 75 cents. paper PeopleSuffer n Cleanses the Purifies the Blood.
Its resources;products, mode of cultivation Towers' Hardware Co B. ,H. Wilson &: Son. System,
Co.
TJUcPJOwlloY" .
prices etc., by rending the ,

Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. I ,Testimonial. Atlanta, Ga. OURES Malaria Biliousness, Constipation
for 3 months subscription. to the

Farmer Co., Emporla, Va. James Wlgoall; Boat Builder, No.;015 from a u Weak Stomach and Impaired Digestion.Diseased' .

Warren St.: Kensington, Philadelphia.J. .
O. Walton, E: q., Tltusville, Fla.: Every Bottle guaranteed ((9 Girl Satisfaction.
BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE Dear blr:-Your Rapid Calking: ; Machines The Largest and Most Com
LAliCa :JIJ KsO""X''X'Z4.ID' .1IoIE.A.Z4J: :.a0a170.
are in.use In my boat and
are regarded* an .bor'] !great nlatd Establishment South. Liver. Price. no O mt.. .

utility. It saves lime and labor, and In
of !great service In calking light boat CEO S. HACKER & SON : Prepared by JAMES r. BALLARD SL Louts, Mo.

where beauty of finish Is dnvlreii, and It I
does not bruise the seams like the old r !

! method of calking. I cheerfully recommend 1
Trues! MARKS It as well adapted to meet the ordinary
' 't DESIGNS requirements of the trade. PLANTSYSTEM.I
rIj. . COPYRIGHTS &c. Yours truly, JAS. C. '\"W'fALL.MI'.lIl1srnall''bnat :' .
t Anyone sending a.'.....h and donorlptlon marlnknr i
iwurluiii our 0........... Irua wbrthor miliiTAiitlnit shops are joining I
..trloll, I I;cnnuileiitlul.. : pntdntAblo.IlanrthfinkanI'nlmiUi Cnmmunlrnll"ii '. hip-building' yard. He I III buildIng ira.. g
' .>n( Ir.... ('lde.tnrnnrrfur.e.mrnrap.teaut.emeatl , , the I boats for the melt-of-war that The Oreat Through Car Line from I'Iorld.-CoDDecUJns: .
tn im thniuvh tuna (;1Jo rcoolreVtfiai < ,. built Messrs. k Co.Ufo'or .
by Crjimp
notice, without clinrue. iu tueScientific ,, were sale by Jas.. Pritclmrd/ A Bon. n To the East) via all rail. The Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston, Richmond -
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J1m rltan. and vVu.hlngton. The Southern Hallway, Savannah, Columbia
and Washlogtoo.
1h nrt""o.....(,.Illn.trnfM weakly T....... rlrnilitllini SoulIierit'M Mull Train
.,, nnr utantlua 1'iurnul. 'lornn. It s. Factory prices To the West TIle Southern U'y via Jesup, Atlanta end Chattanoogo. The L A ,
'ir' tnnrn.Itlr.L St>ld brull n w.dealerss Poultry Netting The Southern Railway beginning/ .' !
N, via Monfgfomery. The Southern It'/via Savanoah, Columbia
r KUHN Co.3810"1' Hew York( in. 31.110. 4S ID. 00 In. February :2.'ird: shortened the scheduleof rSILMANUFACTURER
12 In. 13 In. 24 and A hevllle. Tb. MAO: H'y' via lUoor ;omer,. .
UrancbulIliM. CI6 r BU WublDulonD.C. Its morning train the United States OF
and 72: la. wide. A large stock on band. Fast Mall to Jacksonville: at 7 2f> a. m. To the East t via Steam.lilp. Vie Savannah and) Ocean S S Co for New York,

Material Sash Doors Blinds Instead of 035: a. m. .s heretofore. Doors Sash Blinds, Philadelphia and Hu.ton.. Savannah anti )'erchaut .) Miners
$ Building Thin Improved schedule will doubtless Transportation Company for Italtlmore.
Paints and Oils.! Cook Stoves. be approved by everyone. Malls coming; TIJ Key' West and Havana, via Port Tamp and Peninsular: Occidental Steamships
jer by tbe Southern will therefore arrive Maiding( & Building Material To Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Prince Edward Iiland, via Boston and Canada '
PLOWS OF EVERY DEbCRIPTlOX. very acceptable to tbe newspaper readIng Atlantic and Plant Steamship line for Halifax, Hawkebury! and Charlottestown. '

SEEDS Tinware, Agricultural Implements, public and to person having north < ffiee fc: Waieroome, King, opposite k
era correspondents. The schedule also CaanooCharleston IItr.." J 'V'V': rL TOUEt.JSTS: : TXcr.raJDTS: : .

Hon e PnrnUhlngs. Etc. Insure connection at Jacksonville with will\ be on sale! throuRhoot the Northern, Eastern Western and Southern State to i
V.ny a Seeds SfS Write for prices before buying. trains tn the Southern part of tbe slat S. C. all FLORIDA RESORTS, via the Tent System during the. season of 1IXXMD01, Urn-

.tries. lbs auu.Iry.y.r S5IY. 38 East Bay St, for both mall and pamiengers.! This Ited to return. until May. 31st, with. liberal ae p-Gyer prlvlledges Florida.
b. bo..ha.t reliable Doan 54.N..sv.tbaem JACKSONVILLE, . FLA. better schedule Is the. result of the mall Sash' Weights (Cord and Addresses of parties In tbe north sent to the undersigned; will be liberally)] sup-
stet, os eb..p.d..nd 1... a appropriation. just made by Congress: / fora piled with Information and handsome advertising matter. f
doter o.tbs b.rstltol WANTRD.-O p l>U. reliable parson m every' continuance of the quick mall service F. M.
e a Austad fn., .inane! to np.-nl large company..of wad i the. Southern Railway.If Hardware. Jolly, Dtvi.los'Pw.ngerAgent.' ;
0.M User A CO., .ble IID..lal_111'1"' "'53tp..r uS cUT 1t:1II.aIary:abttnla l ter per,. .ar,." snra-- : by 138 West Bay 8&, A.tor Block:, Jacksoovllle, Fla., 1

Ib.teglb Mks. xniii/MWOiMUrrp/ ..HI. MCb.. definite!!aC.' ea\ar"j you' AnVocATZ want results, yon advertising will Window and Fancy Class B. W. W r6nn Passenger Trame,Vanage...( Savannah, Ga.I .
2 find the excellent
M aa .
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.A&D.aUOCSY.: .334.." Varbu St.Cbleag. -li wj ..., '. "13 medium. A SPECIALTY. W. B. DENHAM, Oeneral #rlD"ndent, Savannah, Os.

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::l' i EAST COAST ADVOCATE, THE ,TITUSVILLE C-L U.B.BASE BALL .THE COOPER & McKEE REFRIGERATORS-



.,\\f"" I AWBBKLV JOrmifAL DEVOTED TO TUB DEVELOPMENT - This energetic aggregation: known as The only 'first-class Ice
tho Tltuaville Base BAIT Club Is making
I OF TOE IXDIAlf RIVES, LAD : My Lady.s.henthe
RCOTIOHS. elaborate preparations for its game willSuoford's chests and refrigerators on '
I WORTH AND 811104YlfB BAT 4IIv, ,
crack nine on next 'llimsda II QIIBlilld r I I

I afternoon. The game will be calle hotbread.Breakfast the market, with all the I I'I' a l l'' Ihd41II h II'' I "
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. about :2:30: p. m., and will continue until II ,
nine innlngHhave been played. 'Jtleclu1 hot roll or latest improvements

II r CBARLEK II. W4L'loliEditor: & Publisher' here has been badly handicapped by havIng muffin is I
no grounds on which to practice, but

t oonttuuanre of ailvti. must be made per now, that the boys have 'Just tlnrsbed anew Royal CHARCOAL, SHEATHING :
V anally at this Dates or by writing. and elegant ground, It is expectedthat
I Ii tbo people of Tltnuvllle and vicinitywill Baking
{ be treated to good ball all tho year is Well Served LINES. aIII u I]urIi IN iV l ul 0; I '
i Check,etc., may be made payable to CBAKLE round. A line grand-stand ball been Powder ,yw
H. WALTON, GALVANIZED IRONSllEL
publltilier.A I I Ii
built and everything Is In readiness for 7I I
4
the game with Sanford ou the 21st. risen. 4 L'Y, j lib
Ill A tdresK all oomiuunloattonR to VE8 AND e I
Too much credit cannot be given Messrs i
t EAST COAST ADVOCATE M. S. Jones, jr., and Hurt Johnson for I IPA
; Stale bread for breakfast is barbarous INSIDE LINKING.DOUBLE .
the Interest hav6 shown In ; '
? they getting -
i t TITu VILLa, FLORIDA. QflI ilidl Jllu" "Q '
!I'i
tho grounds In readiness for the hot rolls DOORS ON
game. These young: gentlemen have yeast-risen are dyspeptic. II I Ji II l Ii

17. Department of Agriculture spared no pains in making the necessary TOP. LOCK ON LOWER I
preparations for the "big meet." It is j
Weather Ilureuu-Jupiter Fla.
,
r the intention of the club, later on, to enclose ROYAL DOORS
the grounds with a seven fuutfeuce
The following comparative state.
F ; is a .
and put a blc>ole track within the snl(
ment of and rainfall for tho
temperature
enclosure. The club for the fist time
I week ending Tuesday, Mar. 12, 11)01.I ) WRITE FOIl CATALOGUE AND PHIOE LIST.
I -1001- 1000- In ifs history Is now upon a firm basis BAKING POWDERadds
and will be managed; according to business !- --We also carry a complete line of the-
''I OATB.II MAX. MIN. MAX. WIN
principles. Admission for Thurs

i 7 72 68 43 no 70 74 07 09! day's Let everybody game will turnout be 25cts and to give all the comers boys anti-dyspeptic qualities to the Gclcbrntcd Odor le t t-6 t ReCrigcrntOl'S.tVrite : .

8 70 0-2;! 77 08 a good send off. food and makes delicious hot-bread .
D. 7+ (113 78 62 us for prices on anything in our line.FURNITURE

l 10 11 81'78 72 70 07 74 55/157 Eugene J. Hall the poet and publisher hot biscuit; rolls, muffins or griddle E. F. CL
I
i I 13: 78 61 81 65.Ofl I says that one dose of Foley's JJoney, cakes .
and Tar restored his voice when hoarse whose fragrance and beauty I IJ
Total rainfall for the week: I CARPETS: MATTING and HOUSE FURNISHINGS
ness threatened to prevent his lecture at ,
from normal rainfall for the the ,
Departure tempt laggard morning appetite : .
Central Music flaiChicago. Nothing ,
week: minus .37 I Dche.... Departure rLalsonvillo,1'lzt.; ,
else It. R. Wilson fc Son.
as good.
from normal rainfall since January 1, and whose wholesome and nutritive -- --------- ---- -- ----------------- --
7 plus 3.42 Inches. -

i UAL. P. HAIIDIN,. Observer REBECCA'S TRIUMPH: qualities afford the highest sustenancefor 1UK SOUTHERN FUEL'AND SUPPLY COMPANY. ',

----- The above three-act comedy dramawas both brain and body .

h BUBONIC plague is again playing performed at the Opera house, Ti-

havoc with the people of India. tuBvllle, last night/ before ai/ large and Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement :
I enthusiastic audience who much
is appre- The Royal Baker and .There ,
hundred deaths in
l Four one day ciated the play throughout. Ifrwiis under Pastry are cheap baking powders ,.,
the record in one city. Cape Town the management of Mrs. E. .K. Rol Cook containing over 800 made from alum, but they
most practical and valuable 0r1.
also has 102 cases, and twenty-five lins, who worked like a Trogan to makeIt are exceedingly harmful to Sidewalk Brick.
cooking receipts-free to health. Their astringent and Vitrified Paving and
..
I deaths have resulted from it. the success It was. There were no Send ...
every patron. postal cauterizing qualities add a
boys in it, all the various parts being
card with full address. .
element food.
I taken by sixteen young marl-led and your dangerous to
ONE day It'was asserted that the single ladles, as follows: Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville! Florida. Telephone No. 26%. .:
OatttaiMm. I
: !I Seaboard Air Line had been sold ,Rokeman,(a wealthy lady)....Minn Italdwln.Mr ROYAL BAKING POWDER co.. 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK. J. K. :MTTNNERLYN, General Manager. 'j),
*.Delaine(a widow.),......M... A._K. WIlHon.tobeona .
.I r and the next day it. waa said to be , Adman(a spinster,age 40)). I a
not sold. Some of our journals are
Miss MunHhaw. Rockledge. along the East Coast, being on sale
too ready to grasp at shadows with Dora Galiieft, "I .................MIHB llnuly. all the prominent hotels.
I Jennie Woodman '................... MhMMIma. MeMurray & Baker
out being sure of the substance. !'a Dnobar, . ..,..Miss Vanlamllnfrttam. Rockledge is still crowded with tourists ,
Why not tell the truth? Emma Stevens, Club.......Mla H mbl"r. Ilatch'M stole, and walked off with some
Grave Ulonwooil, .......... .Mia*Stewart who are delighted with it. dry goods and a quantity of cutlery.
Maria..ray JOur....... .....1I1I"B Coutant. John Sldebolhnm, of Philadelphia, lethe Whoever It was, he cut the putty from 220 and 222 East Buy Mohawk Block. Jacksonville, Fla.:
.. .....
Alice Leeds .. MlraKeltl.
TOLSTOI has been ex-commnnica- around of removed the
a glass,
iimsie Green .iselwldlson. guest .of sister, Mrs. E. M. jireeae, pane / I
1 ted from the Greek church. The Katie Cannor(ao Irish girljMrs.' ) L.C. Brannlmr.lyp for a few days. pane and quietly stepped In, took whathe \ Headquarters for- I
,((4 colored glrli......., ,.Miss Hens la Ha I. wanted and left without as much as
I' greatest and beat man in their Meg,(a vagrant: ), ......Mr' Kulllns D. B. Pritchard! of Tltusville took In I' disturbing one of the clerks who slept In Material Vehicles Harness
1 church I is i now outside its pale. Aa Time i Three consecutive day In summer. the dance at Hotel Indian Diver, last the store. Wagon Bicycles :
,
l Everyone present was ''delighted with SaturdAY night. .. ,
someone has said of the ancient the play the audience being completely
!; t church : "It. martyrs' its great men wrapped In. the plot from beginning; to T. OI'olj..11 Ronald a prominent or- Tot ('nn.xcH Night Alarm. and Sundries' 1

and afterwards cannon ze. them." end. Mrs. Rollins was tho lending light', ingq! grower of Lotus; han been spending "Onn night my brother's baby wall "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES wheetat
I and she was ably I\IIIIlst".lloy l : *. A, K, a few days at (Hotel Indian Klver. taken with croup," wrlira Mis.' J. ('. put on_ your

Wilson, Miss Bessie Hull MI'''. L. C. Miss A. V. Hancock after having Snider, of OlttfiHen! Ky.. "It seemed It short notice.ry .
l'' Kx, PRESIDENT Harrison- critically nl"aDnIDAIlIIS/ Wright, Miss Baldwin iashed several! weeks here with friends, would strangle/ before Wit onuld seta doctor
ill, and mi account of his advaticeel lUttH Ailuu lirudy, Miss Munshaw; while has i returned to her home In liugeis Ga.Mr. so we gave II Dr. Kln/ol'lI/ New Discovery - -
C the minor parts by the other ladies were which" gave quick relief and permanently y31 P: -tf: 11:1I : rt 7 3!
age it is feared that be will all very good.; Want of time and space and Mrs. Ana Paine, of Mlnneapol cured If. We nlwuvs keep It E@J
not recover One of his lungs has this rooming precludes our giving "Ke- :l who have been spending, the winter In the house to protect our children from J
congested and it is thought the >uccu'> 'Tlliiinph" thu credit It deserves. h\J'l'l have: relumed'to their home In the croop' and \\liooplug! cough. It curedme '

other one Is affected, also. Gradually rinrl. :is. of a chronic bronchial trouble. that no I I .The Froebel Academy. I DA
.
other remedy' w..ul linn been well
the old! MEETING OF FRUIT PROTECTION The ADvoCATE
!Uncjruxrks are
: !! passing ert among tourists at. thU for coughs: ., colds, III,tour, and lung troubles ,
.l wart CO. this winter, which I I. evidence of ClreUlat.j BOo ,,"d.1. Tilal bottle flee at 13.K. Modern High School and.Boarding School 4

.. -- ilxrlty.. The pink paper is Wilson and Son. I 'I
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ,:
of' the McPar-
At the Annual meeting
A IH'I1AN'r line of goods ------ ----- ------ - '
III& keeps a land FI nil I",,>tf'Clluli' Company, held at Apply for catalogue toiL '
t t' to 111.11. ylnch Is nil "lock.in-trade. I hell' tiflicu In Titimvllle, ou Tuesday, JAMES PitiTdlAHD, President; - Wu. M. BIIOWN, VIce-Pi-e ident. (
We keep spat| '. 'to sell to adverbs Wednesday and Ttuir.day tif this weak, C. S. SCIIUYI.EK Cashier l PROT'. J'. :EJ:. :B.EPPLEE1.:: .

ere, which i 104 the ADVOCATE'S stockintrade. It..all decided to clew the f ictury for awhile PRINCIPAL.THE ._ /J I
louger. -prolmhlv until Juno.Among L
RIVER STATE BANK
Therefore, do not expectus other business the following INDIAN aa I

to !give: away our stock-i'Mtradv ufflovis were elected for the ensuing --- --

any more than the grocers, dry year : COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
goods, clothiers or other tradesmen. Dr Kobeit Amory, Boston pre.foIAut. WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE
Mr. \V. II. English, Sarasota, Fa.( Authorized capital $1OOCOO
Ice-prenldont, I Paid up capital - $25OOO ,,

WIIEKE shall the State Fair he Mr.. Arthur T., Harris, Boston treasurer . Average deposits, $100,000 Patented In the United States, Great Britain and Canada.

held? After carefully-considering McFarland Tltusvllle
Mr. W. II. ,
the matter we throw our influence eoretary.Mr. Transacts General PRICE, $4.00 and $8.00 EACH. Should be used by every Boat Builder In the U.gIn :

towards Jacksonville. That city -George; F. Miles, St. Augustine, - a Banking '
certainly is in a position to offer director. Use by some of the Principal .Boat Builders in the United States.
We underntari.1 Mr. McFarland will Business. For Sale by .
the best inducement, and the coin- T
stabllsh a general office and open a
ml tee for locating the fair grounds ranch factory. In Jacksonville, for the Jas. Pritchard & Son, .

should be governed by the Induce. supplying of awnings, tarpaulins, etc, Largest and Oldest Bank on the River. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA:

ments which Jacksonville olFetrs. Exchange bought; and sold on.nil Foreign SEE THE TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT; BOAT BUILDERS.
BURGLARS CAPTURED, roil m Countrlri.rtrun .
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JUDGE' Zlba King, of Arcadia, Our Rook ledge-correspondent refers to .ir.upprecUtcd.fsvnreonsi.untwithcon.Prompt service, politetreatmen.audevery

died of height's disease at his home he stealing of property from the stOlle of ervatlva banking granted. .. WATCHES CLOCKS r
on March the 7th. Judge Kingwas fr. Oeo. N. Hatch, at Kock ledge, on lti x ( CORREIlI'ONVXSTlleaboard : !\! ,
Nunbv night last. It was nut long ere t National Rank of New York and
the wealthiest cattle in
owner Sheriff Brown. of Titimvllle was on their +aa National' Hank of Jacksonville, r la.
the State of Florida, and was a racks, and he discovered that the bur- ]FLA.r ... .Jewelry Diamonds.
TITZTVILLE ,
power in the politics of DeSoto glary; had probably been committed by ,

county. Ills estate Is estimated to two young white men, who were engaged; / -- - - ,;+r S Souvenir, Wedding Ring and Fresenta,.
be something like three hundred lit the help department of the Pleas Walthara Watches etc.
,; ,
dish waalier.
hotel, one of them being a
'-
+ tmM'
thousand dollars. The heira. will Various articles I Including; cutlery were vvsrv0 "ii?

continue to carry on the business! found by the kherlff In their room which r. ,__-c FIRE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING
identified Mr. Hatch his
a.. formerly conducted. were by prop- -" I
rty.. S. A SPECIALTY.

The supposed burglars were brought Watch Inspector tor Plant System, and also for Jacksonville A Southwestern R'y.

CHINA is again in a bad way. oTItunvllle and/ by Sheriff.Brown confined on Wednesday In Nail ders Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way B. J. RILEh,
are now closely
Russia baa seized Manchuria\ and the county jail awaiting their preliminary 225 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

the other powers are expected to examination before Judge Penney, -------.------ 't
demand slices of territory'\ Instead at the next term of County Court.; _

of money indemnity. It now appears ) I O. L. KEENE

that China will yet be partitioned Old Soldier's Experience, ,

and its absorption may begin M. M. Austin a civil war veteran, of
Winchester, Ind.. writes: "My wife was Dress Goods
at an early day. It is doubt. Trimmings :
sick a long time In spite of good doctor's ?mom Fllle Millinery Notions
ful, however, If these immense In. treatment, but was wholly cured by Dr. ? w ,

terests can be effected without King's New Life Pills) which worked I.aces, Glove. t'n brellas and Material '
for
Work.rrompt .
her health. alwaysdo. Fancy
bringing on a terrible internationalwar. wonder for They
Japan has ordered all her Try them. Only" o at Wilson A Hun. attention
GEORGE MARX. JOHN MARX. given to mail orders.
warships home, and is looking daggers

at the Russian bear. Notice.NOTICE -. 1VI. :B. <>S., This I. one of the oldest and most Pntterna reliable house. In Jack onlI1e. All the latest

IS! HEREBY GIVEN THAT \ and Style
CHICAGO has to Honorable A.D. Penney County I Wholesale Dealers In 101 West Bay Street
t experienced a terrible Judge or Brerard County; Florida, on' corner <>t LB..la. j ACKSO -VnkJ.H: FLA.
,
storm, ana Texas is suffering April the lit 1001. to allot and set 011 to nieawidow AND
.* lower befog the one- GROCERIES FRUIT PRODUCE.
ot" ;
-.1"rloe.lDy ,
from the Colorado river's annual third portion of tbe personal......my biuband, ,

march of destruction. The proper. 6 i*Price,died pas.esaed..1t:1IIIL: Y L. FRCE.'rho : :. Watches
l ty loss in Texas: : has already reach I X lat and US teaM Bar Strait and a and .H' .w..n Street N D Jewelry :

ed about $1,000,000.'When we read Brewery JACKSONVILLE FIWU

of cold and floods
storms we are air West Bay St, Jacksonville, FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY. The old eatabllllbed W"tcUand
thankful that we live in Florida, ONE OF THE OLDEST Jewelry business' THE GOLDEN
where such ... ALIGATOR b. remo"ed
disasters from
never come the old stand, 5 West

Aside from moderate gales, which Wines, Liquors and Cigars.Anneu We are headquarters for all kind of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas; to .an West Bay street. 011 the same aide of the Street Bay streets ID _tie.

practically do no damage, we do .0r-Bneh Extra Pale on Draulh'i i guaranteed genuine. W. also carry a full line of Hay Grain and Feed. We want ranler'a.Hotel block. JUUbllshed -
not suffer from the elements as do ;your Oranges and Vegetable Give us a trial and you will be pleased. In 1873. Address.
i Fine Cold I, nch Served Dally I :
ou r more northern friends: Moral: The best of Bonrtce aDd a pleasant quiet; MARX BROTHERS. JaobuD I11.. JT*. .. I.O"C'"JS J:. S'JEJEe' :: : =

Come to Florida and escape trouble ,esorU; JOHN F. MUNCU, Mer.I I KT-We only SeU: to Dealer 20 MAIN STREET, 20d door from Bay .r-..
JACKSONVILLE FLA..
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JUST COAST ADVOCATE MARCH 15, 1901. b


:;....( :---c D CD !
1bE.) H. ARMSTRONG Eden. ..

;r H. I. LAUX & CO. THE SOUTHERN FRUIT CO.

EYE SPECIALIST.We Mrs Crawford who has been one of
U gilppe's victims| is much butter. I Florida Products a Specialty i
Semi ni your orders for Seed Potatoes. We keep all varieties. + '
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hncey 'were wel- 211 Poydras bt,, New Orleans,

come visitors. to Eden, lust Saturday afternoon 1 _By _Telegraph_ : lol'I 1 Wholesale Fruit and Produce Merchants.


Mrs. James U. Wey wan a passenger on NEW ORLEANS, Mnr. Hth, 1001.{ Q We pay cash, for all fruits and vegetables, or receive on commission,

Tuesday's train, bound home, to the fro- 1, Special ADVOCATE renders:' giving shipper the l 1u'calif of the market. ,
zen north. Tomatoes : Fancy (scarce) |:t.OO to 'I 60; Choice, (light supply) *:2 00) to I I
Q :2.75.! Green Beans : (Market bare) :8.00 to ",Oil( rgKplaut: (scaice) :2.50! .' IMOMI itirruitNs.: oiti)iits: IMLMI: ) at I-OWKST: :: }
Dr. G. W. Holmes was summoned to I to :J. 0. Light 2.00 to :2.f 0. ,
> Pepper : ( supply) > Ssquash : (ttcuire) :2 OO to -Wo want1'OMA't'OES --
this place again, last week, byV.. 1 F. a.'id. 3.".* to 5.JO( Smooth ( .. 1
.t Pineapples! : bpHnUh Reds > ; Hjenue, .ro to '
Wolfe, hose baby! is still LINES I PIN'KAPPI.HH, H.X..\ S.\S, COCOANUTS, .:\ i
very 111. li.)0.() heavier IIhlpml'otstlalli week will meet with good prices "
The golf link at Mount Elizabeth Is 'J1 Tomatoes are nomlng at irregular Intervals; selected single wrapped very OllAXOKS: ODAVA8, APPLKS: POTATOES) : ONIONS, (CJ-i.KHY:

correct all cases of simple and the most attractive place on the East scarce. Bonus still scarce: fancy sold up to $*. We now have clear pleas I'OtLTKY ANII E(30H.: Address,
Coast r ant "Hllnll)' :bouih"\ weather. In the spilng-tlme n buyei's" thoughts turn
ompound refiaction of the eyes, icliev'ng for some of our young people. :.\, to Florida Tomatoes and Green Beans. H. J. LAUX A CO. THE SOUTHERN FRUIT COMPANY,

all 'nerve and eye strain, headaches, Mis. Frances II. Pock, of Washington, \ /
Ind often sick stomach. A scientific D. C., arrived, last Thursday night, on a "" =+---r 3--: ......c 10 and 12: Bridge Street, JACKSONVILLE:; FLA.

visit to her mother, Mis. M. A. Cut'Us. .. .. . .. . ..
- -- --- - - -- - -- -- --
Examination -
made before
fitting glasses.We .
carry the largest optical stock in the Mrs. W. F Richards returned last Saturday
after a very pleasant visit to Miami ATLANTIC BEACH.The
r
State. We also do the largest;: optical and other points down the Cast

business. Repair woik'.by mail prompt- Coast.

i attended to. Address Mi8. John Sorensen A
sod Mrs. Douglas New Seaside Resort of the . 1 16 B Miles from Jacksonville.
Austin drove, up from Jensen, on Moo- South.,
Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG Specialist. GOOD
SOAP
:
day of this week, to make some long :
.
Clarke's Pharmacy, promised visits. .

3: v. 'Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla. The tea at Mrs John Miller's, last HARD for WATER Property of the Florida East Coast Railway.
week
was well attended by the elite of

Hobe Sound. Eden society Each lady present received r FLOOIOA 4OAP WWQX8JACXoMvas The most popular tuMmitlo resort In the South.
a beautiful eouvenisfrom Mrs. Miller.
Lots Iroiitlntr the occult rind boulevards nowoffered '
The entertainment given the L.
by A,
Mr. David S. Larsden, of Cairo, Ill, S., of the Congregational church was a .. ---- - for wile. SI'lalllrl'H for next JK) tiays.Co' .
js one of the recent arrivals at the Bung- very successful affair, both socially and i I I
low. financially, There was a short program Micco. Eau Galli .: t o.c.d:: :S'\lokro..ac.: : ., .4..g.:

Mr, and Mrs. Murphy are the guests of rendered followed 'by refreshments. No % I 22 llogan street a JACKSONVILLE: ,
Kir. and Mrs. C. B. Jefferson mission! was charged. The handsomesum
at Ridge of $20.43 clear, was leallzed from Mr. Alexander: Cndoo and Mr. Joseph The Rev. B. F. Brown wall the guest -- -- . -. - .. _
o.WD. the sale of refreshment and flowers Mrs. Williamson have gone to Palm Beach fora of Mr and Mis. Gilbert on Sunday last. '
Mr.' II. Ward Keely, of Rochester N. few days. 1'
i
&'. arrived Friday to make hobo Sound Harry Jennings Tibbals., donated an C. AIneRworth has disposed of Ills
jilsliome.Kr.,' Immense bunch of magnificent nastur I Mr, Alexander Cndoo, of New York launch Grand Rapids, to parties at West It Requires no i fw
tiums, which were sold at auction and and Mr. Louis llapp of Brooklyn, are at Palm Bench 1
T. Newton Banner has decided tout brought $1,1Tho ladles wish to thank the Bel'tlesou house.
his patent automatic poultry door on the several artists who assisted In makIng Miss Bessie Hodgson: spent Friday andSature".y r rt; ;
Mr. and Mrs. and Miss
|he market. \ Day daughter, last at Melbourne .
the the of
program a success, and the gentlemen Fesslo, have left Mlcoo, for Olencoe, Ills, guest
Capt. R. D. IToke and wife spent a fewDays who so kindly lent them their aid Miss Bessie stopping at New Smyrna fora Miss Jennie Miller

during this week, guests of friends In serving refreshments, particularly Mr few days' visit with friends there. The steamer Spartan, Dukes & Colo Head to see
|it the Bungalow. Halo, who, as auctioneer, afforded much owners, are having a new boiler made
\ fun, and added many dollars to the fund. Mr. and !lra. Holt have started north- for their steamer, giving them Increased
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Yates gave a pro- ward, after a stay of three months.at and speed. j
gressive euchre party at their handsome Micco. They expect to stop at Indianapolis power
When children have
[]_me, Pine Hurst, on March 7th. of earache, saturate Mrs. Holt's borne, for awhile, and The launch Dawn, J. M. Randall owner -
a piece cotton with BALLAKD'8 Snow
Mr. Joseph Author and Mr. Augustus Liniment, and plaoe It In the ear. It will then proceed to Chicago. with, went small to ICock ledge on Friday last, The
a board.
'Itou, with their families, leave for tbe stop the pain quickly. Price 25; and 50 A large party of Micoo people visited Hodgsou'8 Evans party and on Dun forth Misses BargainsIn ,7f
berth about the 20th of March. cents B. tt. Wilson & Son. Oak Lodge, last Friday They were re- the ladles. were
ceived by Mrs. Latham in her usual
gracious -
Mr. and Mrs. Edward L, Martin and
and hospitable manner, and after a The dramatic entertainment In aid of
Ieee, Miss Eversale, of Cincinnati' are Ankona.M1ns walk about the grounds, and a peep ac the funds of St. John's church, will take our largo now stock of
at the Bungalow for few weeks.
guests : a the ocean, sailed home in the gloaming. place about the middle of next week.

Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Harris, of Tibbals, For particulars see hand bills at P. 0
Mr. and Mrs. Holt and Mr. and Mrs
kith their guest., Mr. and Mrs. frank Ankeny entertained a merry party and hotels.
from die Kelheiby, Eden, on Wednes James Williamson sailed up to elbourne High Grade Goods
>urban, are expected here, for a :feways'
on Saturday, but they did not sail down The Right Rev Bishop Wm. Crane
visit with\ friends.
day.Mr. to Micco again on Baturday.:! After starting Gray conducted services In $t. John's I
Mr. T. A. Snider has been absent :from' John Wailer returned, Sunday home they found the balmy sou them church on Sunday morning last Rev
robe Sound fora week attending the night: from an extended visit to the breeze to much for them, so they anchor B. F. Brown held! services the eveningof Good Quality and Honest Merit are in all

festivities at Washington, I), C. He was northern part of the county.Mr cd, and camped ()n the river all night, the same day,

t; the Breakers, Palm Beach tbe first and Mrs. George: SAylor and bride, trying It again In the. morning; reach- J. A. Gllbeit's fine yawl, tlie PilnoesH, Goods We Show.

(if the week. from" Allentown, P.i., are spending their lug Mlcoo about noon, all agreeing that dan just been ..v..ihHiiled and palmed.TbU .


Mr U. E. Halliday and fImlly, and honeymoon with theli mother and sister, they had had a jolly ex|> ilence. vessel! IIIIM been' cl"1'.eallly. parties 1

lends Mr. and Mis. ''hor and of tills place. -- Hum Cleveland, 1). for aciulse down
ft C. F. Galii Uniformly Low Prices are Made on all we have to sell.
Seeing thinpa at.night, or nlghtm'aie'In theFlutM/tdnast. .
(r. David: S. I.ansdfn. letr :fur their Severn! tenant houses me being built / .M.. Gilbert being in
home Cairo IlllnoUv 0114:1.,1.1'. , a common result of Indigestion. \ 011ClIII't command.
at : private along the railroad iliiht-of-wav, suitable

u'i,at Snoaimx'lifce liobu after ikxJuliUful; winr -. fur working, men with families, which act,. expect I),'. Loyal good "deep'(1''d's with Dyspeptlcide a bad stom, ('apt. tU nnett stopped at Eau G.illle; You nin'l( ) go wrong/ when. ; you buy from tin, Ix'faime we lmv just",
'JUn argues tiniftand rlly.Mr. with hU lituntpboiit ,
pionp the new i-emcdy, makes sound stomach thu Rochester, on I
and \Mrs.\ H uln, of Tibbals. with that tligetots pel'tectly. Wilson & bon. Mond.it; lust, for a supply l of provisions. oiu way of doing business, and that IK to given dollar In good
Too l "I'DII hie iu
time
rnnnv people <'we 1'hct hail
their guests; Mr. and Mm. Din-van, whohave ciiptnln' a huge I party on board
poll men,lug, with conirh and cold cures. front Kocklodge' , bound to points on the quality| for n dollar/ of any ulle'lIlIIulley.
recently in lived from a trip to Havans I
I hey should tAke fI"It'"tllHuoey" .and Tar Georgiana. lower Floilda Const. 'lW'I
Cuba
weiu pleasant callois In An
fore I It is too lale.. Wilson: Hun.
kuna, Siind"ly, Mr. Shies, of Cleveland, 0., arrived at New (loodft, In! Men'H, Boys',

The road Is a'R J. W. lit.' and Eau Gallte.on Monday last, where he
public now In good iiner family are spending!
Jensen. Children's('hit. for
; hltig1 (Spring
shape 1\11 possible without the addl'Ion' a few dll)a at the beach this week joined his family.'. The patty will cruise /

of helllInd until that time comes there down thu coast FloiUU, leaving about Stunner Ilnl In straw and the till,
Charles ;
Warning came up from Giant the 20lh) InHt. and returning the middle
will be jaded koines and
Real In demand In'llIlenIOwo' Impatient
estate Is miK-h pe-
:
very on Friday for a short visit with his : '
many of Apill, The yawl Pilncuss has beenchal.tel '
and colors fur.
iloatrlauu
slinpcH" Spring elan
B pusKfag dally .
-( 1> 1\ e"l-.tully.| With a lends at this place. lie returned on e.l for the trip. j ,

iurioundlng oountiy tkat biing; In he Mr. and Mrs. Milton E Card, extensive bunduy. Woman'1 and Children /slion.In (.
largest revenue of lillY,sdmllwr neat, tother land owueis on the liver are now settledat Rehearsals for the play In aid of St.. ,
|.. with all of the adv.aoIRl4et1.tl..ta.n their place between here and Fort Saturday evening a merry party 01 John's' church fund are taking place nude gooito.
be offered by natMcu and t tlie poosl- Piece and, we understand;intend building young .people met at the homo of Miss nljzliily, under the management of J, A,
'Lltlt'li of unbounded; d4.el..p.nu.ntll and 'a new residence soon.loll' Jennie Itower, to celebrate her birthday. (Gilbert Misses Hodgson, Evans!: Dunonli Nl'wIn/ ,," of Hlilrt in Percale
ellu'lflnIC by man, tlminds, no leasonJenstin They remained until the "wee ems'hum's ( ;I and Uoodspetxl are ,in the caste, '
hy should not, lord will. not, be and Mrs. Dntiham, formerly from o' the morning.: Then wishing: and our guests and citizens may be assured :\ladrlllllIlId Hedfordcordn, In late '
\\n* of the must attractive places on the City Point, have recently settled In the their fair hostess many happy returns of ot a very pleasant evening. There
sat 1 Coast. We have, never "bowmed," old Toiirmtn house, now owned by Mrs. the day, they wont home IIIIIed but jolly will also bq a musical program at Ibis terns, ; new and n who will the fine crowd. Who.comes,next ?
tut have grown gradually and submanU Baylor, give grove the entertainineut. and linnderi'hlrfs all In large
rarietlen.
illy by merit alone. You will find bore, : attention and care it ,needs, and also Quito a Dumber of our young people The entertainment of the .Eau Oallle I
lo land agent to haunt your.every step, plant out more trees attended the ulttojua( at Melbourne Euchre Club at the Avllah rooms by the *

3ping to sell you a gold brick. Lan 8': .Jt Is no longer a matter of surprise to on Tuesday ....venl>ug of last week. Mr. bachelors of EMU Onllle brought; out all
re remunerative, and no ome is anxious; -see one or more stringei-8 along our river Canada took them down In his launch, the members of the olub. Four new All departments lire freshly ..tuckel.with I

Jo sell, Yet there are always a few places drive, looking over the land and the wonderful and returned after the services closed. mamba names were proposed and elected the most. popular nod I
(bat, are on tbe market, and good,nter-, growth of plant and tree-with a All said they enjoyed It very much. An- bpeclal prices were donated by the
Being citizens are desired and welconvM. .view of Investing. Our high bluff, with other party 'w ntito'Cocoa on Thursday bachelors canning quite a competition by goods
i. Any and every resident take pleas- beautiful natl"I'owtb/ of tropical evening/ to bear the famous Chicago the probable wlnueis. Capt. McNabb ,
are an showing "the stranger: within. our trees and shrubs, i.. beginning: to come Glee Club. carried off the Hint prize. I

|.ited" all there Is to be seen. ,Into the prominence it deserves. There will be a school picnlo at Ills- {'"me t<> us for anything you may need and get It at a price you ran i

J. 'C. Frank, one of our enterprinlngnerehrtnts. cock' Point, 11&1'011.22, 1001. Miss Beatrice The best salve In thu world Is Banner mull order
desirous of having a Dice! TANGEHINO: LA OK1PJ1C' COUC!II.O. .- Sanders and 'berholara cordially Salve. If U made from a prescription bya afford to pay Special attention given to

gentle pony for his wife to drive,eeoured . Vaoher, 157 Osgood MU: ,.Chicago, says: Invite everybody i&e oome, and bring a world wide known akin specialist and
|ne, highly recommended, on trial lll-e ,"My wife had a very severe' case of la ,well filled banket-of food thing to eat. Is positively the moat healing naive for
Itched It up-to) his new buggy; and, /grippe, and It left her with ,a very bad Do not forget that, ye ADVOOATK readers piles, burnswealds, ulcers, running sores R. W. Rhodes
ttklngihlH wife and baby, started eat fora cough. She tried II battle of Foley's and friend. Ice ream will be furnished and all skin disease. Wilson/ Jt Son ;
f. trial 1 tilp." When about mile from (Hooey:! and Tar and It gave ,Immediate by the scholar add sold at a reasonable
"me !the "family pony" took fright, relht. A 60 cent bottle euvediher, cough prlco. Come one, come all, and -
Kntl HNnmencod operation by playing entlrel,.;" Price 23cU .......1100'.. B. B. enjoy a good, old-time! picnic once lore, ,Banyan. Opposite the bank Titusville.

Brag-U, oe" on the spatter board ot the Wilamat Son. Mr Cheater axed about. died __ ._ .. .
80year, -- -- '-- -- p --- -
iuggy, interspersing same with a little There I Is talk of sailboat line
some
T at City; Point, Uaiwh 1st. 1U01. The a
ub at ithe rate of about OO mile/ mJur Fort Pierce. body was brought to this place for Inter- being established from Lotus to Eau ITets.We
up the railroad track upon the ment. A short fuaeral service was held Oallie. Fishing .
link of which. Mr. F. and family were
at the grave, conducted by the Rev. Mr. Horace Same came down on Saturday
ne> too With a -
gently deposited. part-
salute ,on the buggy front entitled, There will be a masquerade ball 1 at the blrderrleld. Aiargeeencourseot: ;; friends last, aud returned to Courtenay on Sunday -
fg were present, and all sympathized with In the Water Lily
'et there" It proceeded to act accord'Rly Masonic Hall on the 2Utu of Jianoh. }
the only son In the 1 loa of one of the
and, turning up a tramway, cut all The children are having/ great fun at theaerrygorottnd best of mother She WM an earnest, Bean In small lot are going/ forwardall
anner of fantastic freaks, such as coIf which arrivedIJAI week. faithful, Christian woman and will be the time, but prices are dropping
-re.peelfng family pony should be though the shipments are small
sadly missed In her home and In her
weather and northern
Ideal our
VHty of loose from the spring
; dally, tearing church relations Hhe ease to Florida The I I. badly missed f'om her
lifffry: and farewell salute en- friends loam to appreciate It to the (full Spartan
!
giving a
tied I "get there; ," said pnny continued est. many year ago, and wa well known on run here, and will be balled with pleasure 1 :
Indian River when aha resume her trip
again .
} "get: there,'" and when It passed, JenIn Presiding EWer Fulwood, assisted by
It was till In the same business and Bev. Lane conducted services at. die ,Messrs. King, Houston and Hopkins,
|:.iy be yet for "all we know.. No serious Methodist church last evening. Bovine. passed through here, last week, en I
Jury was sustained by the occupant route to the Thousand Island to
go
the MINes Zora and Monle Merlwethar and bear make FISHING NETS complete, ready for use from 23 rent up.
buggy. 'were visiting Miss Martha Urlffis, the We are having lovely weather. trapping bunting. The only bonne that manufacture all of UM own !good' anjsellr direct to .

charming sister of Mrs. Carpenter; this Bishop Gray and Kev. Stuart Martin, at WllOLKHAhK PKICKS.
I'JOINO DOW7HIEL.-Peoplesuffer- week. John Power lia been caill.g on Bovine held nervlcem here. on Friday evening WE ARE IIKADQIfAHTEHS= for all klud of KIMIKHMEN'8 SUPPLIES.CATALOGUE : ...
TK from kidney disease feel a gradualt and Eau Uallie friend this week. last. Mrs. Geo. .. Ensey and children, FKKK, HEM FOK ONE.
steady KMMI of vitality. They should BtohoD Gray and Archdeacon Brown of Tropic and Mr. and Mr. J. C. Bayn
e service at the Masonic Hall The Bovine cow boys made A very The Net and Twine Co. I
no time In trying foley's Kidney held divine( collection of cattle the huntsouth. and M. Ulngold, of Bahta, attended. Chicago
on big
jire. It guaranbeed. Wilson Son last evening. The Bishop ably addressed poor
.
the large congregation and conducted 79-Sl-B.J: E. Indians Street. Chicago Illlnol

confirmation service. Mrs. Harbin was Curn, bean, tomatoes, potato*, pane Roseland.Dempey -
Stuart.umber confirmed, the ceremony was very pretty and squash are looking exceedingly well I. '
and impressive. M.... Haibin was dressed In Bovine fields. SCRATCHING Wont Cur. ECZEMA.
and Allen Cain
for new depot ha arrived. lo the customary confirmation dress. were visiting
a
.Many thanks are due the Masons who A Deep 3Iytery.' la Mlcoo, Sunday.R. TETTERINE Does Cur. all Itching SKIN DISEASES. -
lenry"Stypman I la building a nice new kindly loaned the ball for the service,also visited Roseland
5.. those who assisted In the n uslc. Special It I Is mystery why women endure backache .week Roberts tn: the Interest of his duringthe CO cents If It cures-Nothlnjjr I If$ It does not.J. .

)r. Haney, who ha been 111 with the thanks are due Mrs. HarUtone and Mr*. headache, nervousness,and.Ieepl_ business. agency T. SHUPTRINE Sole Owner. Savannah. Georgia. 3 3WHITE'8
fleas, melancholy, fainting dizzy
Ip i
lowly .Stetson.
recovering.'ineapplee
Todd Bissell and Drake visited
spells when thousand have proved that Messr
..
,.... .,, -..-
are blossoming promisingrge Electrlo Bitter will quickly cure each Sebastian and the ocean beach Tuesday --- --"'-" --
crop for the present season. She Dld'nt Wear A *Mask trouble 'I suffered fur year with kld- In Mr. Underwood' launch, taking CREAM

>. But her beauty was completely bidden nay trouble," write Mr*. Pbebe Cberley. a tarn up the Sebastian river to catch a It T
Dsafortb' hotel I* fnll of guests.Heeb.er !
and family, of Lancaster by sores blotches and pimp*, till she of Paterson, lav,"and a lame back paloed few trout to finish tbe day' outing. V V ORMS VERMIFUGE !

I. are the latest arrival used Bucklen's ArnicaMmlve.! TileD they me *o I could. not core.elf, bat ICleo- M mt.tn(ftmmtllr. T ......QtNtI .
vanished a* will as eruption fever sores, trio Bitter wholly me, and although A. LITTLE KNOWN.A.CT-TbaUhe/ .

>r. Loyal Ford' Dvspeptlelde I I. a bolls, ulcer, carbuncles and felons from 73 year old, I DOW am able to do majority of serious diseases/ originate In For 20 Yean niansi aU s arm fi eae as.Fa(
Infallible for cuts, corns, tarn*. all my bouMworkU overcome eon disorder of tbe kidney.'oley's Kidney .
luane.
e. not a mere relief from indigestion.dlgeu es O zaX5 :::KaT ALL :lft.vca.ca.z..o.r.:
Cor iced. Kc tlpatloo.. Improve appetite, give perfect Care I 18 (guaranteed. Try It to-dal'yoG
the food and make the torn- scalds and piles. IQano& p.p.ncI1a7'1 .. JAMM8 P. BALLARD St. Loul. ;
R. Wilson -
A ell. B. Son.
.J1lbr. D. n. Wilson A: Son. at Wilson A; Son's. health. Only 60o *C WUon : Bon's.allaratttr are not feeling if







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rvI '*' troubles The narrow strip) of lane WEST PALM JBEACII.
breaks the force of the east winds which -

i .ESN prevail here, and Its passage across the TOT! PALM BBAOn FLA.
I t liver loses much of the strength, reachIng Palms] ;
C ''c4 n A ix E No ; \111 diluted to such a degree; that per- Th first-classllOtel. situated on beauti I I, I
t1C
: o s { tlryf 'I, HOI s who could not stand Immediate con. 'A opposite Royal oinolana Elol"l'l' Lek: e
crop tact with It on the beach, improve rapidly -
Manager, clerk cooks I'II..' \ Ins
electric bolls baths etc. IS "
I.\ f can ben time from!, Is Its sufficiently tonic effect strong, and for at any the person same yLy\ Mountain hotels. Rates, $2, $2J0 and fJ: per ?'isagasrg 1 .II I/,.. \(.ek.

a- grownwithout In robust health -
.. rit Crossing: Indian River, which Is as has
it f I already been stated, of saline\ quality, It HOTEL SEMINOLE WEST PAL DEACII, F1,1

l:I : Potash. ball no opportunity! to gather any 1m- ,
1 puiltlesio its passage, but comes to us Entirely refurnished. First-class Excellence of cuisine a special!.\
I rl mild and pleasant, but reduced in Its
C Supply rates the week.
r by
strength, thus catering to the taste and Rates $2.50 to $3.00 per day. Special

I'ii t r i wl enough Potash nerds. of those who are to Inhale its O. P. IIUNTINt.l'! '\.

i ; \ health-giving qualities. I - ------- ---- ---
k llt'It r r .-: and yourf Katlier than make my.letter too long I - -- - --

t i tctS /' \\ profits will be will continue In future publications of 1'.t1.1II31AC1I..
N t e+ your paper, and let your patrons take in _
t d I G.- large; without by slow degrees the things we enjoy, e. /Je' .
while some of them, no doubt, are nursing PALM BEACH
FI ,. HOTEL HIBISCUS FL'
Potash A
tiesc your / frozen car or nose! -perhaps both. I It t ,
: If I had the "snap" 1 would, no doubt,
d crop will be "do" the whole subject at once, but Opened under new management; House has all Improvements. I I !h"",?,rI|

-I r I ? "scrubby." there Is no hurry. by gas; ; toilets and bath on each Hoof. Rates $:.!.I>O per day and 1IJ,, M1fc|
'I W. It. HAIJDKK. W. TAETKHi:; ,)II,
v
(1 t Our bonk, tolling about composition of fariillnrs Special weekly! rules.
eat uUapted for nil tree all ( ,
" I iroui are to urmoni. ---
t f : GERMAN KALI WORKS, Children often Inherit feeble digestive; -
: t ft 03_Nuiuu_ St.,Now York. power and colic of a more or less, severe r MIAMI.
character results\ when food IH taken

Free and which is at all lllllcult digest.. White's . Tri-Weekly Sailings . .
Accented Masons. Cream Vermlfugu; acts as a general!; and Palm Cottage MIAMI, FLA., Ave. B and 11th Street.

1. 5lIIP\\ perraanenttonlc.Pilco25c: Wilson & Bon.n BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ,

1 ., _"- - Open all the year. Centrally located near Postofflce, Royal Palm Gnu. ,",,?r/s.)

t.1f THE EDITOR.The S. C., both ways) Bay Ulsoayne and all the chuiclics. Hates $2.00, i2.1>O and 3.00 pei' ..U.
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f month. New house, newly fuinlsued. Ell
I Indian No. 00Tltusvllle Special nftus,\ per week or trU
!j ii The FinestilSteamshipest in the Coastwise ServiceThe lights, baths, etc. Excellence cuisine specialty.
i Jtlver /; man who runs the paper GUS. A. MULLER, Proprietor
tl .h Is a very busy man. ,
lie tiles to It well of ---- --- - ----- -- -----
run -
II course,
I i. Lodge. /"STFloilda.. And does the best,he can. Clyde New England and Southern Lines. KEY WEST.
; .
Holds Ito
wanting the R0 '/ I day of each niniilli a* the late Armory, TltuI He works all lay to get It out Direct Service Between

I! vIlkatTaOo'oluekpm."en.. : And also works at night; Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points
W.Hcml.lu. Worshipful Master. '
For
twenty hours In twentyfourlie ,
I J. It.Walker,Senior Warden The Jefferson KEY WEST, FLORIDA.
C, 8. '' Junior Warden. tolls to make It bright.
,t, J. M.Dixon, :frusurer.. (Calling at; Charleston, 3. C., both ways) ,
l, fA Morgan, Hocrolary, He's always hungry for the news BttMI-WKKKLX( SAILINGS i
ti J. A.Hughes ella)>laln. (lie sometimes has a thirst), Southbound.............. ....... .......... ,....... ..... from lfiw\a\ Wharf nORton Late Hotel Key West.
W.J. L.M.Currutlmrn Woodward, Senior Junior Dnaonn.Deacon' e And how he gayly chuckles when Northbound.................'.,......... .. ..... ..from foot of Catherine Street: Jaekauuvlllt Open All The Year Round

J. H. 8<'rev..n.Senior Steward. lie gets a "story" flistt E. SUDLOW, Manager.
C. H. WILl St. Johns River Line. .
ton.Junior Steward. He knows the other fellow then Clyde
R. K.lIl1lU.,Jr.,Tyler.KIDNEY "
The rival scribe will
( ) swear - - -- -- --- -- -
And pound his desk In anger wild BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD MANATEEHotel
I 1 And also pull bis hair. Stopping at Palatkft,Astor,St. Francis, Beresforil(DeLAnd),Blue Springs and intermediate landing .
1Il on the Jabu'iKiver.
DISEASES The man who runs the paper STEAMER "CITY OP JACKSONVILLE."
Is the friend of all he meets CAPT. W. A. BIIAW. MANATEE, FLA.

(Except perhaps, the'steemed contentps Leave foot Catherine Street JacksonTllle 8:80: r>.m.,Bundays,llnerday.and Thursdays. Brazil I On the Manatee, River,
t'.r are the most fatal of ,all dis W bo run'the rival sheets). Leave Sanford"JO a.m KnterprlBa< lose a.m.,Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays. 45 miles south of Tampa.
..r And when a local boy succeeds Southbound Read doan BTHltlrtJIJS.' Northbound Read np.
eases.Ml. A rut seems to have the floor Leave adOpm: ........................o.JACKRu VILLE ._......... ..............Arrive a.00 a m. The first-class, up-to-date hotel on the Manatee River. Has all modern
8.18 DPI ............ ......... .....VALATKA.. ........................... Leaves: p m. only
With kindly pen he writes him up art", ate L. .............................A8TOR ........................ i:30am. conveniences Good telephone and telegraph; connections. Beached by the
j ? EV'Q' KIDNEY CURE ''M And gives him fame galore. .:30 am ....................... ST. KRANCI9.. ....................... Iooa m. Independent nnd 1'lantSteamhoat lines from Tampa and Port Tampa. Katei
.......... .. .. ...... ...13teBFORD (Ilr.LAND)................. .. liOOD'O. C. M.' BOUTWELL
a If LI. I O Biuraataid Remedy When people wed he sings the praiseOf 6-OOam ................. .........JJLUB HPRINU8........... ............ ll.ooam. $2 por day, $7 to $10 per week Prop
blushing bilde and groom ; ArrivesSOam..SANFOIW: .................... ........ HUtOam.: - -- ---

or money' refunded. Contains When Hub people death of die half, soothing Its gloom. words Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville.A. . TALLAHASSEE.o -

remedies recognized by eminent The man who runs the paper- .HAGKRTY, Tans. AKt.: *..M.IRONMONGER JB., FU.-au.Agt.,
He's the man I like to know. 19 State St.?New York f 204 West Bar St..Jtcksonvllle Fla. ST. JAMES Hotel TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
physicians the best for ,. I LOVBLX, Asst. ,
as Mav the ads. come In by dozens I THOS. HALEY Local FroightAgent: r CC Fla. Supt.
foot linican; St.Jacksonville Fla. I Foot Hogan St., .Jacksonville,Fla.
I I Kidney! and Bladder troubles. May circulation growl; JOHN. L. HOWARD,Superintendent Hogan St..Jacksonville. Fla. Centrally located The only brick hotel In the city. -The table Is supplied
THEO.O. KOKH Oeneral Manager. WM. I* CbYMB CO., General Agents. with the best of food. Large, airy rooms and good beds.: Rates $2 to $3
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j $ .00. Cheeborauith MulldlDB, 19 State 8& New York
I PRIcEIIU. &; UN. per day. /Special by the week.
_. MRS. F. R. LAMB, Prop.
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I A HEALTHY-, SECTION. GettingThin IEb..b.... DIRECT LIME- QUICK TIME TOWASHINGTON LITIIIA SPRINGS GA.


JENSEN, FLA., March 13, 1001. Q LJTUIA
{ The Sweetwater Park Hotel and Baths
Editor East Coast Advocate I BALTIMORE SPRINGS GEOKGLU,

In my last letter gave but A faint Idea PHILADELPHIA, Situated twenty miles west of Atlanta, on Southern Railway. A commodious -
wbat this Immediate suction has to offer NEW YORK well built, modern hotel. Electric Lights. Steam Heat. Service and
to the prospective Battler The points Southern cuisine unexcelled. Mineral Massage, Vapor, Turkish and Nudle Baths
covered, although la an abstract measure I is all right, if you are too fat;! CHICAGO, Nature's remedy for rheumatism, gout kidney and nervous troubles. High
were sufficient convey to the mind CINCINNATI, altitude. Dry climate For booklet address. JAS. E. HICKEY.
of one seeking a home or an Investment and all wrong, if too thin already.
In Florida tbat If my statements' were LOUISVILLE,
oorieot there wa but little left requisite i Fat, enough for your habit, is ATLANTA ATLANTA GA.
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to supply the desires, of any one wishing ,
a change. healthy; a little more, or less, is BIRMINGHAM

i f' many Health to seek,the our prime salubrious factor which climate( Induces, we no great harm. Too fat, consult It iI II wag CHATTANOOGA, THE KIMBALL HOUSE, ATLANTA, GA

+ offer with an assurance that few, places i a doctor; too' thin, persistently MEMPHIS UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.

could assume. Our record of fifteen thin matter what take ST. LOUIS American and Eur.>p nn nuns Liberally| conducted. All modern equip
years Justifies us tn asking old and young no cause, ments. Central location, opposite Union Passenger/: Station. Atlanta'slllgb
to come-the old to prolong their days Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver AND Alt POINTS FAST AND WEST.KANSAS CITY Grade and Popular Hold. For rates, etc., address'
the young to avoid the acute sickness JAS. E. IIICKET.HENL .
and disease; that so many suffer from In Oil.. .
f the central and northern States. NO OTHER LIKE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS

borne object to our climate on the There are many causes of get- >iiSONVII.IR;:, N. C.
t grounds that the continued warm weath. THE MEW YORK
{ er takes the "snap" out of you, but If ting too thin; they all come AND

you are going to have better health', and under these two heads: THE WIIEELEU HENDERSONVILLE, N. c.
are going to live longer, what do yon over- FLORIDA LffM/TED Hendersonville's New Botch
want with "snap that da not need ? : work and
XDne readily understands you that In aollma'e underdigestion.Stop Open all the year. Altitude 2,5SO feet. The dryest climate in North Cnrolln
The Meet Luxurious Train In the World. Exclusive Pullman Golf links.
where the mercury registers aboutnoven- over-work, if you cant Equipment. Twenty-five acres beautiful grove. One hundred and twenty-nvt
ty degrees the greater portion of the (Daily Except Sunday.) bedrooms Electric lights: Steam beat Elevator.. Tennis court. Ball rooms.
year, that one has no rampant desire to but, whether you can or not, Jacksonville to New York only a3 bra St. Augustine to New York, only 29 hrs. Mineral Springs. Bath rooms. Ten-pin alleys All modern conveniences
get out of bed at 3 o'clock In the morning ALSO
take Scott's Emulsion of Cod For further information and rates, address
to feed the cows for we do not do THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESSAnd
things that way, things of that kind belong Liver Oil, to balance yourselfwith BARDIN & WHEELER Proprietors, Hendersonville, N. C.No .
to those sections where the Almighty; THE UNITED STATES FAST MAILTo consumptives taken.
has curtailed the number of tl"111ln which your work. You can't live
a man can work-while here, you tan the c..t and HortH. - - - ---
work all the time-hence; our not havingthe on it-true-but, by it, you NEW YOHK

"snap" of those people who have to can. There's a limit, however THE CHICAGO AND -
contend with la grippe, pneumonia,rheu

matism frozen pigs, cows, sheep, horses, you'll pay for: itScott's Hotel .1ft. Aye. and 16th stieetNew ,
etc., not to mention the absent toes, oars : Kensington
t Emulsion of Cod Liver FLORIDA SPECIAL
t and nose of the human family, and four York.

months of being housed up waiting for Oil is the '''readiest for"can't (Daily except Sunday.) ,
a day In which to dare step out. Here cure ; I Select Family and Transient Hotel.
European .
we have three hundred, and sixty-live eat unless it comes- of Superb Solid Pullman Train Thronh to Chicago Without Change. Plan.Restaurant
clays In which to "do time," if we so de- i Jacksonville to Chicago, only jr hour St. Augustine to Chicago, only 39 hours.. the Standard of Excellence

airs consequently, we are In no hurry tofeed your doing no work..you can't AND'FLORIDA. of GEORGE O. HOWE, Proprietor
CINCINNATI Late the
the cow-she can wait, and doe long be.well and without Also the LIMITED Buckingham St. Augustine, and other Florida hotels.
strong, :
wait for she know that we are "brillt TO THE WEST AND NORTHWEST. -
that way" some sort of activity.The .
With a stretch of river three miles ID Through Vettibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping: Cam, Through Ocala
width of saline consistency with genuine has Coaches Perfect Dining Car Service on all Trains. Double.dally trips vU the LAUNCH: 1IELENV'"
a
stretch of land one-half mile narrow In this picture on It, Through Trains via Southern Rallwar.are Operated in Connection with the To The moat economical and enjoyable way to ace the j
take no other.IF Plant Jacksonville. Silver'
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width separating Indian( River from tl e have not Springs' greatest attraction in Floilda.

Atlantic ocean we have every advantageof ; tried you It. send for .-r SIDE TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS to "THE LAND OF THE SKY"For (rive miles.) and Only *350or/ round trip from Ocala. '
a southern seaside resort with
none
of the objectionable features which so free sample. Its W11l1 agreeable i \ Rates, Schedules and Information, call on or addressA. Oclililalla.. PHil For further particulars address,

many find In being immediately on the taste ; QIMUDCAU. Traveling Psis.na.gr Ao.nl.. W. T. COSBY Trsv.llng Passenger AgsM. ,(Sine 11110'.) F. BROWN. MANAGER OCAL1I0rE;:: .,
seashore hero the air Is so heavily laclened surprise you. 108 West Bay Strtst JACKSONVILLE FLA. OCALA, FLORID..POULT11Y .\.
with salt mist that frequently la SCOTT & BOWNE I 1 L H. HAROWICK. Secant Pssi.njof Agent W. H. TAYLOE. An't 6.n. P.... Ag.nt -.- u
too strong for persons of throat and lung Chemistst WASHINGTON., 0. C. ATLANTA OA.
409 Pearl Street ... EGGS
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Deafness Cannot bo Cured

by local appllHatlonn, as they cannot SOc. and '$l.OOall druggists., Prepared WHOLESALE: AND RETAIL
reach the diseased of the -
portion ear. -- Hotel

There and that Is only is by one constitutional way to cure remedies.deafness, Notice to Creditors, .Kc.ALT. Trade Solicited. Home Dressed Poultry a Specialty

Deafness In caused by an IntUmed con- 2 and 3plyAsphalt WE SELL CHEAP
ill tion of the mucus lining of the"';,,"taob. .. CUKDITOnS.. LEGATEES DISTRIBtT-.. and Roofing CONSIGNMENTS FOR CASH.
M and.11 vermin hnvtiiir claims or il SOLICITED.
lan tube. When this tube gets Intlamed manila against the KsUM: of William SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect Trautler.deneanmtlart .nqiilreil to present their Gravel... PROMPT RETURNS MADE.
haring: and when It Is entirely closed claims. to ,' within two years, ESTABLISHED 1881.
and In default of such preMittttion Ibis """'"* ea l.Y'PWor"UseeBuilding L. CAN 0 VA 35;
d..JueN la
the result and East
unless the
Inflammation will be pleaded In bar'bef.A Forsyth street, and City Market,

tube restored can bo taken ont and this ...persons having papers. or property of said\ and Lining Papers, _ JACKSONVILLE FLA.Manufactures .
to Its normal condition, dec "e hearing will be destroyed forever nine \lnd..oad.. laasmssss -
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cu..,. out of ten are caused by catarrh, : : "OHN Under RaNRY.Zxeeutnr the. Win Roof Paints, Creosote Oil, -' H. A. HODGES.
t which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the Late William ....
of the mucous surfaces.. XUran.1hV. TreuUor,Decea8ed.W .
Black Varnish etc. of
Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for ...Cypress
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh ANTED.-c.Pable.II.ble person In .every and Yeti
laity ) ,v Pine Lamber.uao
,large of ...
s that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh county nnanulal to reputation represses| t 11:111: salary company per :year parable Write for Catalogue, Samples, Prices: etc ROUGH AND DRESSED. -
Cure. Head for clrenlars, free. : weekly|.3 per oat al.>lutet,sore aDd all one Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable ('rat'alny .
F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O.JrSold I .xnefiM.might" : txma paid fide each, definite Saturday ealuynooommla.basalary .andsnenim THE ARMITAGE rANUF'QCO.., a-y part of Florida Contemplating, ouldo shedding well their Pineapples or oranges, or buUdDg! la .
: bv druggUts, 7.:>ots. at w14te for .. located
1 advanced each week. 8TANl Bluff near thO price The
mill
money Palatka saw are
Hill's Family rills are the_best. AJU> HOUfUB 3M Dearborn 8f, Chicago myj 3200 to 3300 Wllllanwbursf Ave., ItlClIMUND. v t. part of the East Coast. ,,on j" *: K.; W- Ry. Lumber delivered to anI

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TITUSV1LLE. II

*r Suininor's PARADISE

N] IANSRIVER I-30TEZ1, 'Hotel'N,, e'. : ; r :
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T1TUSVILLE, in Lake I rlc.VICTORY .

INDIAN : "' :: i
RIVER, ; f "
!% ; "Just Far Enough North.
_.4; FLORIDA. '
,,, ; '1r,, rW;, '" "That Delightful Climate I'
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"., J. G. BAST, Proprietor. ,
I The Island of Geological Wonders. i :

is The hotel fronts on the Put-in-IJay Island, "' Native Wines and Fruits. !

wide sweep of bay(7(( miles .
a' eh t xk ,/
dmmflfifom'ie, )I mt In width), formed by the Ohio. r ,; Historical Battleground of Perry's l
Indian: River, making it a r. ;
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delightful summer re ,' 1 '' The Ideal
Resort at
sort. Constant cool ERECTED AT A COST OF THREE Victory.
breezes from the and
Il bny. Flowing sulphur sea QUARTERS OF A MILLION which to enjoy your Summer's
ti Tolima'' "rp tlWi 1 0' to rlori ,r J I u u- iris
w j t'b a springs. Special winter :
?Y ttrtti r rates. DOLLARS. Outing.


Titusville nOl1rcUn louses.urns' ----- --- HOTEL VICTORY' Put-in-Bay Island, Ohio. The World's Largest and Most Charming Summer Hotel. I


House SIX HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE 'guest room, 80 with baths, covers (It acres of ground, has 1.000() feet of broad vernmlnn. faring and overlooking beautiful !
Boarding TITUSVILLE, FLA. Lake Ere, being f>(00> feet from and 80 feet above the water, situated .n the highest. point of I.nko Krle, on one of the group of bt'autifull"Jalnd.., Oft miles from Cleav-
land 1, 0., (110 from Detroit, Mich., -10 from Toledo, O., 2-2! from Sandusky, O. Seven' linen. of steamers to and l from Iho Hbnvo cities lnlly. Cool, delightful i air. :No sudden\ ;
Pleasantly situated within short distance of Railway Station. Special changes. Pure water. Absolutely nd mn qultot'll. "Sporty" Oolf with well kept links and good tennis court. Fishing Hunting,::, Ulllhln Cycling, Caves Electric Car "t
attention given to Ladies. Transient rates reasonable !;pecial weekly Rides for the fine days-they prevail. Billiards, Pool, Howling/ Shultieboards, Natntorlum, Dancing/ AmiiMoments. Innumerable when the rare rainy days keeps one In. I
or monthly rates. doors. Large\<< brass bands and Orchestra. 21 acres of lawn. Air Invigorate. scenery Iru.pln'nccl' llibio by good walks aiul drives. A White Service. Cuisine: Famous. I
MRS. C. N. MlltS, Proprietress. Appreciated to the Fullest extent because your appetite Is. /good, the above makes It so. Surprisingly cheap rates to Fa 'dliea.. The Children's Paradise. o

-- -. -- . -- .---. Will Open on June 19th for Season of 1901. Rates S1O.5O to $25 per week. $2.6O to $5.CO per day. i

JACKSONVILLE.'he < Souvenir folders, rate oarda and testimonial book on application Address, I

[After June 1st, Put-ln-Bay, Ohio.] T. W. M'CREARY, General Manager, 724 Monroe Street, Toledo Ohio. t

A well known roan In public life write I "It 18 a !treat r bare. It ,In a boon to the Invalid, a ai\ e o oa' i I
St. James JACKSONVILLE, FLA. and conni.lerlnir, It all, the clean and comfortable noml. the excellent cuisine, the Intrrpntinic nnlet' ),the very prattjr itlrlK.: the. innnt"h"lra..lt. l orchestra, the Kraulouii 'lanilNoapo, the healthfulvnmn i i'air i
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Season 10001901. Now and all the rent of li. I can eoosrlentlonaly fay that. never In. nv Hie Imfon; have I received "o rUYRI a 'Iurn ni..n my pnt. The Hotel victory phoulil. lie, known everywhere It II! an otv
Open. ,, :
1IIlRtl olnhtlanthmpytndttrneethisgoxlelntlwnen-ecru.| If You Visit the Pan-American Exposition ai Buffalo insist on a ticket reading via Put-In-Bay Island
Ohio, with a stop off privilege there. YOU CAN GET IT. I
The St. James needs no Introduction to visitors to Florida. From a small be- _. . .. -- .. -- -- --- .. ---. --- .. .. ', - r.
ginning In 1809( the St. James has increased In size and added to Its appointments -- -
with Increased popularity of the tourists' travel to Florida. \ ST. AUOUSTINK. I)1LANI).
The location Is unsurpassed, being the .
on Jacksonville
highest grounds in '--''''-'-- .
facing the SWames Park. Baggage checked to all points.
The -music during this season will be furnished by Prof. Nelson D. Ross'' I' I' ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. '
Orchestra,and will be of a high order. This house, an. In the past, Is under the Hotel t Magnolia ) Hotel DKLAND, l, }:
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management of J. R.'O mpboJJ, and everything will be done for the comfort Opened for the season, Dec.lI, 1000. College Arms
and pleasure of guests. A first-class Wine Room and Cafe attached to hotel. FLORIDA..
Address, by mail or telegraph, J. R. CAMPBELL Jacksonville\ Fla.INDOIt large addition has been constructed, adding Fifty More llooms, .

'I most of which have a Southern JSxpoaure.<: They are newly and . I
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furnished and all connected with rlVnto \ I .. I Ir'
HOTEL. JACKSONVILLE FLA. handsomely nearly are
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Baths.' The tUning room has been'enlarged to nearly twice' its for- :>; <- rWILL ; : : "I;: '
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mer size, and various other improvements have also been made at an r 'f

/viivy1 Expenditure of $aOOOO. A flrst-class Orchestra, will furnish .,,I r.',''IJ.r.\t,, \ ,I ,,

music twice dally. Rates .2.1 0 to' ....00 per day. Special weekly and .. ... .
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monthly rates. Special terms to parties.
O. V. RIl'LEY Mtinager .
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Hotel St. George, ST AUGUSTINE.FLORIDA.. III3LKN.. '


C I F. S. TYMCH: Proprietor II. S. GBKKN, Manager. lIAR LAN Hotel LAKE HELEN, FLA.
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On AV., Brunch of F. E. C" Il'y., connections at New Smyrna.Aiiu .
% ta+ Now Open. Mom central locution lit St. Anguslino. *
OPPOSITE CITY PARK. OPEN THE YEAR ROUND. t .r e .. l''[in tr..lln every tei-puut. Open plumbing, porcelain baths, hand-
RATES, e2.1>0 and upward. DODGKA: CULLENS. 'it ova.. Hates: $2.00! $2: r.u* and $:l.OO per day. HiMiutl.v rtll'IIIMh..II''On l good. beds, burnt -table, northern meats' modor. ,
ate' prices llnu blond' iMltlm.. WISH 8. KEMI'E, "
J Of Victoria Hole. ), rebury Park N. Y. Proprietress. :


S. HOTEL The Buckingham, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. MKUItlTT, MvrrltfHKevins' 1.IIU1cJ, -.


'F' Directly Oppllltite '1'ho Alcnzar. Electric Hells. .Oath; Riveryiew Hotel; ON INDIAN RIVER.MKRRITT. ..

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Rates $2 50 per day and upwards. FLA.

(Formerly the Carleton) O. L. BRYANT, Propiletor. On High Pine Land. Health, comfort and sport. No batter,blunting

Summer Hotel: Nolan's Point Villa, Lake Hopatfong, N. J. and Fishing Florida /Sulphur: Hvlmtnlna Bath. Fine yachting..
Is now open, under entire new management, as a strictly first-class house. Open about Jan. 1st. J. J. WILKINyON, Manager,

For further particulars apply toWILLIAM -- 1
PLAZA HOTEL ST AUGUSTINE, FLA. nOcltl.I ()UB.
CATTO, Proprietor. S .
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This hotel Is for ROOMS: ONLY. It Is centrally located, neat
I Formerly of the Putnam House, Palatka.) now open
Poetofflce, Bank and Cathedral. THE PLAZA HOTEL
---- Rooms, 60cts to li.()() per day; *1.80 to .G.OO per week. )!ROCKLEDGE FLA.

D11YA HOTEL V. D. SANCHEZ. Manager. Thin handsome new hotel, located on the bank of the beautiful Indian River,
>J JACKSONVILLE, FLA. T .. .-- -. - In Ito heart of the far-famed Indian River orange( region, I III now open for the
PALATKA. reception, of guests. A more delightful and attractive )locality canoot be
I Imagined than Hockledge, with Its beautiful! walks, romantic scenery, bearIng 4
orange groves, line boating, Hulling and hunting. Rooms with private
Opposite podtoflloe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re Hotel bath. Rates/ 80 per day and upwards. Special: weekly rates.S. .
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Lit-rallyconducted. . . The Graham PAJ.ATKA, ,I.A. /: II. PECK, Manages I''

Rates f2. O per day and up., all the year. Rates 92.50 per day. The only brick hotel In the
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor.. city. Overlooking the beautiful Ht. Johns Klver. Convenient to nil
ROCKLEUOK
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boats on the St. Johns RiveElectric Table Waters-Froe-sloue and sulphur. Hotel Indian River
lights and bells. All street ours pass the door. FLORIDA
fESTMORELAND.HOTEL West g JACKSONVILLE --J, WATKINS LEE, Prop'r.Open '
FLA. Entirely Now Management; 4'y
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American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened MAGNOLIA 8P1CINOB.Magnolia W2O.OOO expended on Improvements tills year.
)[e..... Ueggs A Mac Do well have leased this well known hotel for A perlocP\
this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water MAGNOLIA SPRINGS FLA. of five years, sad after aD expenditure of 20,0110 In Improvements have
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All Springs Hotel made (tone of the best equipped In the Stsle. The hotel hit been painted
(St. John River.) inside and outside, re-decorated nod newly furnished. Tile latest Improveil --
street 'pass'the door. Rooms SOc, 75o: and $1 a day. Roams and
can Manltary pliimbliiir linn been
38 miles south of Jacksonville by Main Line Plant System and river sleameri.Open Installed throughout tits'j j
board 3.00 to $2.50 per ci day. Ureplacea la all room Steam: heat. Elevators. Electric lights. Pure with hoime. All the modern conveniences Including steam beat, and rooms l
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. spring water. No mosquitoes. Well-kept golf course. Tennis, Fishing, Shoot- private and an baths orchestra.'rheoal= hotel nt Rookledge having electric light, elevator
and Turkish baths. Fishing; and hunting are among the special /eat
log, Two swimming pools $4.0U per day. Special weekly
of this
ores resort.
Tennis bowling, billiards
rates. O. D. SKAVEV, Manager. trap shooting boating, eto.
are a few ways of spending odd moments. Rates
tl:! and upwards per day.
RAND VIEW Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. '-- -' -- -- _. --- .- 8|
OUMOND. -- -- -.
Nearest Hotel to Union Station; three blocks from new Postofflce and -
Government Buildings; centrally located on Jorsyth street, between 'IA HOTEL COQUINA ORMOND..FLA. New ON INDIAN RIVER.
Bridge and Clay Ste. Ver1"pleaaant Parlor Office aDd Dining Room. 1 On the Ormond Beach. Rockledge Hotel
Large and airy sleeping apartments, single or en lulte. All white Now Open.
help. Well and newly furnlsbed with modem Improvement j Electlc Convenient for Bathing, Cycling, Driving, Promenading, .
Bells, Hot and Cold Water Baths etc Popular Prices. Fishing, etc. No obstruction to the view of the rising; sun Attraction*-Full-bearing orange( grove, livery, bicycling (ten miles river t
II. SANBORN, Proprietor. and moon Horse car to Station and Ormond Golf Links. (lrlv.) bowllollaUe'll boats for fishing and ducking free excursion on t
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Rates $3.00 day. launch Interest. Northern'cooking anJ all white help. A
per five-story addition has been built to this hotel, with private bat b.. A new
rfOSTKOM A STANTON, Managers. reception room and ball room has also> been added since
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. _ ___ ____ ._. ___ ._._. New RocklodR b/ltllil. now In last season. The i
IOTEL OXFORD up-to-date every respect. Rates $2.80: : to
St. James Hotel SEAmiEE'LIL
Opposite < $3 per day. Special weekly. Correspondence solicited. '

Convenient to all part of the city, commodious room, comfortable and II. P. SHARES SON, Proprietors.
domelike and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant THE COLONNADES SEABREEZE, FLA. -_" ---..---- -_ -- -- -. __ -_ __ . ;
stay. Rate very reasonable. Give the Oxford_ a trial when In Jack. EAU GALLIK.

nrtlle' :MRS. ,M. O. FINLEY, Propr.. Electric Lftfhts, Steam Heat, Private' Baths" Ocean Pier Surf Bathing, .

-.i ..-. .---- Boating; ,.Driving and Wheeling. Best bicycle roads In the State. Buy EAU GALLIE FLA. '
Hotel ,
ST. AUGUSTINE. tickets via Florida East Coast Ry.;, to paytona, and take Colonnades', Granada
bus-twenty minutes to hotel. JA8. P. VINING, Manager. On Indian River.
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The Hotel Granada I la located at Eau: Gallle,Fla., 192 miles. south of Jackson i
LORIDA HOUSE ST. AUGUSTINE,.. FLORIDA. TELEGRAPH RAILROAD STATION, DAYTONA, FLA. vllle on the, west store of the Indian River, unexcelled boating, bunting and
,, fishing. Matchless climate. Launch for the use of gnesU. A tlrst-clas homelike -' t

Centrally located. Passenger; elevator. Steam heat. Porcelain baths. The Clarendon Inn, BY.THE.SEA, SEABREEZE, FLA.Overlooking Open hotel.all the lutes year. $2.60 to Address f3.00 per day.Of.EASON Special BROS.rates by, Eau month Oallle or,le3111)Fla...

Rates 2.00, $2.80 and $3.00 per day. Open the entire ;year. Liberallyconducted. : the Ocean. Opposite ocean pier and pavilion. Electrlo .
Capacity( 250. More than Fifteen Thousand Dollars was bells. SteUm beat. Table and service unexcelled. Winter season, EDEN i
expended this summer on this botel. Every modern Improvement that November to May. Enlarged and vastly Improved since last season..
contributes to the Health Comfort and Pleasure of li* Guests bo been 'Bu meets all train The EDEN '
LEONARD GILL, Manager. Netherby Oo-Iodlan-Rlver, FLA.
added, regardless of exprnse. F. C. HAYDEN Manager.LGONQUIN - s

NEW Sl\IYItYA. One of the loveliest location on the river. All modem Improvement
...FRONTING ON THE PLAZA... blot and cold baths. Sulphur Spring. Excellent drinking water.
{ HOTEL I'lenl' / of fruit and Ice. Flsb, Oysters and fresh vegetable In abund
ST AUGUSTINE, ,- FLORIDA. ,ance. Northern House
Ocean House NEW SMYRNA, FLA. cooking. handsomely furnished with all the
Everything flnfe-chus. Centrally located. Special attention to Commercial comforts of a home. Boa'.. Trains stop at Ruxton Station on the

and Tourist Travel Large,well-lighted Sample Rooms. Grand ..Overlooking the nillsboro] River., plantation pineapple district.. Mrs. M. A. CURTIS, Manager. 1

View of Baj and Oceaa from verandah Rates ft to $2.60 per day. THE SPORTSMAN'S HOME.. -

Special weekly and Monthly rate Under New York management. Finest Fishing and Hunting Florida r'F. BOTELS! continued on our Sixth Page. i'

Sample room free GEO. C. LAGRANGE, Proprietor. W. !lAMS! Proprietor.





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FLORIDA I Visitors who cannot CONGRESSIONAL! PARTY. HUNTING AND FISHING ON :c-Z & ::
1 Robbins & Graham Co. E. L. :ee.. ;, seO..
; call at our stores should write fora THE EAST COAST. ,
r blemb...* of the Nation None of Itepre- DEALERS INGROCERIES --
of Souvenirs,
catalogue Sunny Sputh
aentatlve'.Committee on Klvera anttjllatrbors A (Incorporated.) GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD
: gentleman at Fort Pierce Hotel, accompanied PRODUCTS
: Our Hint VI.It. ,
Pay a ,
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r /loi by Louis Depew, made a PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.
Chairman T. J<1. Burton, of Cleveland, record catch of tarpon last week, landing We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERrii. I I I'; .
0. accompanied the This company owns We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all ,,, ,;
? 5 East Bay St., Jacksonville; also at St. by following members three beauties, says our Fort! Pierce cor UIIIo
of the Fifty-sixth Congress, arrivedat respondent. era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your state. ?.
( Augustine, Palm Beach and Nassau. the Union Railway station, Jackson ULi .A. 3ST ID S, E. L. BKADV BRO. .' TITU8VILLE, FL/\,

vllle, from Washington at 12:45: on the Messrs. MoNabb Davis and Randall,
t't. r 7th lost., and was met there by President went to the Banana River on Monday in the Indian River Country; On the St. -
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W. E. GOLDS1lI'It'Carroll ;
THE ANHEUSER BUSCH last in Mr. Randall's launch S. W. CARROLL (
Helen. The Lucle
; ,. O. E. Garner and a committee of members River; at New River and on Bay
fll I of the Jacksonville Board of Trade i party returned with the usual quantity Prlcee'to\ .
!. ''i Brewing Asso's. Blackburn B. Dovener, West Virginia; of duck and other game, says our Eau I Blscayne. suit the times. & Goldsmith

f Ernest F. Acheson, Punnslyvania; Page Oallle correspondent. I Send for Land List. -Dealers In- ,

I Morris, Minnesota; De Alva: Alexander On Wednesday, Mr. F. B. Scott of
Offices at TItuavllte: and Miami, Fla.
t, Famous" St.Louie Keg and Bottled New York; Jumps Davidson, Wisconsin Syracuse, N. Y.; and Mr. C. S.Scliuyler, GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
I it III'r. hoer.k ; Stephen M. Sparkman, Florida, and of Titusville, sailed to the Ilaulover ,
tl k Thomaa II. Ball, Texas. George H. canal, for the purpose of doing a little QEO. M. BOBBINS, F. A. MORGAN, Crockery, Glass and Tinware. . Your Patronage( SolicuedTITUSVILLE ,
Bold by ]MeSHi-n.F. A, Lodloy and Wilder, Mr. S park man's private secretary fishing. Among other fish hauled in, President. Actuary FLORIDA.

tit R.L.MotlowTttusvllleFla. ; Luman M. Ellis, clerk of the committee were two fine trout, weighing lOlbs Sward Abstract of Title"Co .- --- =
a By Mr. R.r.otlow.] ,Cocoa,Fla. ;Congressman W. II. Moody, Massachusetts each. ,, *
gr member of the committee on One of our Kookledgo correspondents WILL FURNISHAbstracts INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY

"d JOSEPH ZAPF appropriations; Congressman David II. says.. : Mr. Henry Bradley, of Potomac
Mercier, Nebraska, chairman of the com of Title TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Md.
r.. { brought in a handsome string of
mittee on public buildings and grounds; trout on Wednesday, weighing 1)33-4 Is to furnish Ice in quantity-Sacked or loose. Special
t Sole Agent. and Congressman I!'. II. Crillett, of Massrhusotts. -FOH LANDS IN- prepared any attention

0'', The ladies In the party were: follower pounds. of Mr.Izaak Bradley Walton la an, enthusiastic and one of Brevard County. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.
Mrs. Dovener and Miss Dovener Miss T.-T. WETMORE, Proprietor.J. .
610 to 620 West Bay Street, the most successful ones now at the
Office tinder
Law Office of
,
R Morris, Mrs. Davidson, Mrs. Alexander, hotel Indian River.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Mrs. Mercier and Miss Jennetto. Mercier OKO. M. ROBBINS,
I and Mrs. Wilder. The other day Jim Henderson was TITUSVILLB, FLA. K. WALKER. C. H. SWAIN.
I "Vrom the depot the party were driven standing at bla door when a large buck ;
Choice .
\ f x11 rte to>> the foot of Main street, where they deer leaped up within 100 yard of him. _. u

'I 6 oa r WlnesLlquore were greeted by /Secretary:: C. II. Smith He says that deer looked very tempting, East Coast Meat Market Dry Goods, Shoes, a
and about ISO members of the Board of but he did not like to violate the law.
; I . and Cigars. Trade, and several press representatives, Fred Houston saw a very large panther
f.f fs t Guaranteed Pure. Including the ADVOCATE. No time be- near here this week, and he is confi- G. F. DUREN, Agent. ; Furniture,

s t Sold at reduced ing lost, all embarked aboard the Clyde dent It must have been over 10ft long, a:: -
r steamer, Frederick DeBary, commandedby says our Bovine correspondent. c
I r;>> ::;:
price Lund this beautiful boat .- Notions and Millinery
P Japt. beinggenerously -
Mr. C. A. Robinson engineered
f a very U2 -=a.
Imported at the service of the
f' put .
par-
I successful flashing trip, taut Monday. Mr. e7H. : 5>n
Tokay Win, ty by the William P. Chde company. Freltchlo!, of Lancaster, l'a., and Mr.J. .,. New Goods at close prices. "
p from Italy., After leaving the wharf (it now being Russell of this the wPa
; place, weie guests p
lunch time Invited YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
), everybody wtut Into aboard the ; -=a.
launch. _
They caught twen-
John the cabin Mr. John J... (S
B. Togni spacious by Howard -
f ty-five blue-Hsu two mackerel
Spanish
': : superintendent of the Clyde Steam and so crevalle, and other common, '4ohn R. Walker &:Co. t
( Metropolitan Saloon 123: East St.I'I many ,
Bay ship Line, to partake of all the good:
fish they did not to count them.
I things of'"this life, including the freshfruits stop _. 0. TITUSVILLE. FLA.
tI'2
1':1' t JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.Wholeral.
Fishing at the inlet Is now at Its prime = -
I I'I \ that are raised in our land, .
sunny
.aN
says our Eden correspondent. lo.
; end Retail.8OF.D...... wines, punches, mineral waters, choice p
i . cigars, etc.. to abundance, the Band Messrs. C. H. Fowler M. Burton, T. -
-- BY- playing lively airs at Intervals. Thenall W. England. Mis. I. W. England and TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
adjourned to the upper deck, where Mrs. til. Burton, enjoyed a successful .STOVES.

F. A. LOSLEY they watched the beautiful shore recede, day's fishing at Lake Pol Duett a few
as the noble craft, all decorated with days ago. They caught fifty-eight black 6ar mm ..
i bunting, glided on her way to the mouth bass, the largest of which weighed seven riff J ,

TITUSVILLE FLA. of the/St.:: Johns, the party eagerly watchIng and three quarter pounds, and the total '.
everything. she sped along.: catch, 134 )-2 pounds. The fish In the JUST RECEIVED.
; The bar befog reached and crossed-It vicinity Kockledge had two days reSpite -
now being 4 p. m.-the good ahlp turn- this week, when the same party :2 Burner Gasoline Stoves, $a.50. Wood. Stove |.from $7 to 2500.

,1 i __ t-d her nose towards Mayport, 111 here she took a trip to Palm Beach, 'returning to
arrived a quarter of an hour later. Here Hotel Indian River for the balance of Write for description.

was found a special train, placed at the the season. +
command of the party by the Florida
East Coast Railway Company, to take A SERIOUS RAILROAD ACCI- it.arntws. Jas. Pritchard <& Son.
them back to Jaokll nvllle. After castIng : ;
il a hurried glance at the great works DENT.
I' and Improvements that are being carried DEALERS IN HARDWARE. 1

out at the above named place, all boarded ' Florid Ki*CoMt l mid Plant ;yst.m Trains
the train for Jacksonville.\ Titusville, Flor1d.a.:
Collide; Near Sanford.
l k !1 En route, the train stopped for about .. .. .d
br r
ten minutes at Atlantic Beach, where On Monday morning, the train leaving -
everybody hurriedly left the train to view Titusville at 7 o'clock a. m., met with a 3W> :]:>:3sZ3.0.Y: : I

thin new and coming seaside resort, with serious accident by colliding with a Plant TaklogoutINSURANCE ol," ..For Sale y..l'r
It. grand sun wall, beautiful beach, im System train at 9:10: a. m. The accident property. FIRES: will occur when least your uR iw.PoAnn,

L moose hotel, etc ,destined to become one occurred when about eight'mile. from expected.All .
hi of the finest and largest seaside resorts Sanford between Monroe and the draw the leading companies representedat
in the South. bridge at the big curve. The F. E. C. this Robt. L. Motlow,
Mr. II. M. Flagler baa surely done wonders R'y. train was going; south and the Plant agency.INDEMNITY
not only for the two last named /System:: train going; north at the time OR 8URITY BONDS I t

i places, but pretty well all over Florida. when they collided. After the terrible furnished. Titusville
The train arrived at the terminus ten crash. It was found that both train were Apply for rates or information, t

minutes after six. /The visiting party completely demolished. O. S. Soh."\ w ut a ( ''t
1y1er.TITUSVILLE
t' were then driven tor the St. James hotel, The mail clerk, J. A. Collins, of Titus-"' and LanU h s
J NEAR & TAYLOR, where they dined with some of the members "llIe. had his collar-bone broken, and FLORIDA. tetew q,,,,,, ,i "'
of the. Board of Trade In the private Conductor J. D. Turner, of the F. E.C. islanders and Blotters for distribution. sun n.
f 'f Artesian WellCONTRACTORS dining room of this famous hostelry. R'y. train had his left wrist broken and
his left hand almost severed by Cocoa Florida. Iiln
' After dinner the visiting congressmen; coming S S.20
v..r. w THE GREATEST: DISCOVERY OF TUB
Into with broken window .
contact
and ladles left on the 8 p. m., train for a pane.Both
Tampa arriving there tbe next morningSaturday the sufferers are now In the Plant NINETEENTH CENTURY.
f i ,
t
It t' (:: ). They were taken charge of System hospital, Sanford, where they
; Kan Gallic, Fla.Don't by the principal members of,. the Board are receiving every possible medical at- SMOKEYOUNG'S
tention. We hear just before going to GAY '
of .Trade, and other_ ..prominent_people. MAGIC BROTHERS
and esooited. to tire Tampa Bay Hotel. press that It will be unneceNnnry to amputate -
------------ -------.T-- --- After being sheen everything that ))1'. Fuiuei's baud" but that 114'
throw away your money buying will never recover the use of it. Consumption Catarrh '
wait to be seeu of Dote, the party' left, the Cough
patent medicines. Dr. Vincent's advice ,
,
There were nine pasttrngers from Titus
beginning the week, for Key Wear PALATKA, FLORIDA.
alone is worth a gallon of "cure all" Havana, Nassau, Miami, Palm Beach anJtt. ville ou the 1"". E. C.train, but all escaped Asthma and La Cure. .. GROCERS
stuff. Write him Grippe
at Jacksonville. I Augustine, returning back home byway Injury oxocpt fur a few minor cuts and

- - of Jacksonville. The luncheon and bruises aud a (funeral shaking up. The wonderful encase that .lia.liten obtained
music were supplied by the St.: James The accident Is said to have been by this grant Magic Cure In .0 short a time, We make a Special Feature of our
JOHNSON LAW COMPANY hotel. caused by the engineer and conductorof wbloU. la Htiowii by the Mlicnetl testimonials from
the Plant S>stum ,train overlooking soiue,of the bent..Itl"o".tt.lt. u"e.I. a.tdfloOr Mail Order
t guarantee t* thuse.ulrermg I rum the
A RIVER FESTIVAL the fact that the .K. E C. K'y train was stove illHewMM.. They:. nhoulil not full to try it.. Department.
due to peas over the Hack at that time It la a purely vegetable. cuuiiiotmcl. t obalUjnge'
EDISON LALANDK, ( while the Plant train the world to dewy that this In lie tint and only Knowing how difficult' It 'I. In 10cRlltles'to
Under the auspices of the Daytona (U ::10))). System was aura cure for dinrutniitlon, Catarru. Coughs, some get; GOOD GROCERIES
SAMPSON NO. 2. Yacht Club will\ be held on Saturday six hours late. Astbma and La Grippe that baa ever been put CHEAP; famllles can send us their| orders with the assurance of having them tilled
I and DRY BATTERIES, Much 10th, at which It Is expeuteti that The engineer and firemen of both before. tbe public. It baa. never failed lu any promptly and carefully; and We know the quality and prices will be satl8fa tort'
t ) FOR OAS ENGINE IGNITION. fully one hundred boats of nil classes will trains jumptM j from their engines as soon case where Mrtglo It Cure baa: been the smoke tried. goes Smoking direct Young'sGreat to the We carry the most (stock of any Grocery Douse in East Florida, and hart
take part. as they saw the uocldunt could not be lungs,gnu destroys all microbe. many articles not usually found In other and smaller houses '

I, It will be the event of the season. Not I averted, and escaped! unharmed. Conductor $1 per package. Tilal package 25 cents SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.

only the boats at Daytona and Clly Turner tlf the East Cot train, bent) .prepaid to any part if the U. S. .
Beautiful, but(hose from Ormond, Ponce wait thrown through window in the Prepared only by -- --
Park and Smyrna: are expected to take fore end uf the oar, and by the reboundwas HENRY It. THOMAS, ESTABLISHED 1870./
part. Tltusvlllf and Rockledge have also thrown back through the window, Chemistf & Druggist. La Villa Pharmacy.
been Invited, and It in hoped that excursion breaking his arm at the wrist, and then Jacksonville, Fla. ,
boats will be up from both places almost cutting It off on the broken win M. Lane & Son

1 1i All visiting boats as well as home craft dow glass. For.Sale'.
r' will with such fireworks The Plant System train was a local ,

can safely exploded) from their decks, freight 4th class] stain, and was Biz At Daytona, on the Halifax; six acres SS2 WASHINGTON
.. NEW
while from stationary craft In the river hours late. The train consisted engine, choice hammock land, clearud, fenced YORK.
and from both shores of tie Halifax, the tender two can and caboose, and had no' and partly set with orange) trees. tODQ.:
heavens will '* bombarded with thousand right on the track at the time, while theEast One-half cash, balance 8 per ceo Southern Fruit E and Produce
i of rockets, Roman candles, bombs, Coast train was a mixed train- Addles.,
squibs, nigger chasers ,and every other passengers; mall, express and freight2nd C'OUKTLAWD BUCKMAN,

form of fir.',.orks to be found In the class vain, and was on her regular 33: Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. Commicsiori:: : :: :
market. 'I schedule time, which the Plant System ercha.c.: : ts.

It U not expected desired to exactly train had overlooked. There la but one Chronic Disease specialist SPECIALTIES : ORANGES and
"burn" the river, but hi Is expected that I The conductor of the Plant System of note lu Florida-Dr. Vincent of GRAPEFRUIT. Stencils, Card and our quo
1I'n11110e of Electrical It x111 be "ablaze". from the Yacht Clubto train said he had a 'olear track on the Jacksonville. Write him for symptom tatlons furni.hetj on application.
Supplies. that he had
Plant !System time card but
the Colonnades dock with the flnnat blanks.
JOHNSON LAW CO. display of fireworks aver witnessed by overlooked the fact that the East Coast ..gyn.-iwlnt -
93: A 61 W. train used the track at that hour a ESTABLISHED 1878.
: Forsyth St. Jacksonville Fla. the average; citizen. Over $100 will be
the mOlt peculiar and interesting

1111 expended In firew..rka.Everybody Is Invited. to I"tendthis 'THE CHICAGO GLEE CLUB VISIT dght In America. .. . .. -v7rc.: .6.. :aO-C-eS dz CO. :

Take a Trip on the grand event of the seanou. Take train THE FLORIDA.'OstricbFarm.
tu Lay tuna and go; by bus to Seabreeze.:: 'Appeared at the Opera house, Titus GRAIN GARDEN
ville, on Friday ht last, before pack- SEEDS AND 'FERTILIZERS

OkiawahaRiver A BIRTHDAY PARTY, ed house. They had just returned froma Co. 6 East
Bay Street
successful trip along the East Coast. We handle JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
and Mrs. Wm. A. Their songs were both amusing, only the best and most
Mrs. A. A. Degrauw many Com reliable tleed..
Warnock Jamaica, N. Y., and Mr. entertaining and Inspiring; and the JACKSONVILLE. dark,at Oats wholellale., Flour, I3ran, Wheat Grits, Meal, Cotton Sad meal,both bright-I enyd
members of the club were vociferously State agnti for
and Mrs. Wllletat and family, of Flush- Tygert.Allen
Beginning Monday, Feb. 25/ 1001, a Star grand Fertilizer Co.
steamer leaves>. ., ka for Silver log N. Y.. are bow at El Dora, enjoying euohored after every song they sang- Bone.NltnteSuda.nll..re-u..ranteed. An..lyel.,() tree and
Spring tar Muriste DC Vtogetable Oroord
Potash rertilber Pore
i. Potnb
kind enough to respond
It U50 Its balmy breezes.!: and they were superior In the markM..not . .Ipb..te Kalnlt
at : : p. m., on arrival of trains from a trial wiloonvlnne.. iertlllser' bare M
Jacksonville and :St. On the Oth Instant, Mrs. Wllleta celebrated Instance, which more than --- - __ Send .:' Icatalazneres..
Augustine double
day EXCEPT every her blrtliflnv In becoming and the original program. The - ___ -
SUNDAY reaching Sliver all the above being audience was delighted with the sweet E.
spring the pleasadt manner, party Aa
following rooming 11 o'c'k.
at
and harmony and their gifted
I Keturnlng. leave Silver present, Congratulatory; telegrams pleasing WADDELLCosmopolitall ,
Spring at 13:
and cultured voices and Titusville will
30! p. m., after arrival of trains from were received hjr her from Mr. Wm. ,
McKinley of 1Kaehiogtoo, D. C.{ Mra be glad to welcome the Chicago Glee
Tampa and Ocala Rear
day, reaching Palatka, every the day except Mon Odell, of :Albany, N. Y.; and from Maud Club here again.: The Club-which Is Estate Office
following day ,
about the beet of the kind that has ever
at 6 o'clock Adams, the well-known actr_.
I' m. The many Florida friend of Mrs. visited Tltusvlll*-In composed of the BUREAU of INFORMATION

Fare.. 'Palatka" to Silver flprlnic.! ."."., T00 I Degrauw will, no doubt be pleased to following: Frank W. Gam (who la for CITY of MIAMI
"''Prln., to
.
f. .I/IOO and known to several residents of this place,
i u ..lIul<..to Silver 8prlolr and return .1:1.00: learn that her health Is pretty good, and Dade County In
Cblld..en 4 to U: rea,. old, bait price. that aha Is enjoying her visit to the EMI having spent part of his honeymoon at general. Loan and Collection

These prices Include meals and sleepIng Coast. The shove p"rty expect to re- the Indian River hotel, nine years: ago), : -- --.- Agent for the Agency.
berth. male at El Dora until the end of this tat tenor and cashier; D. F. Thomas, Hallandale valuable TUTTLE ESTATE lands
,,, For month. 2nd tenor; E..R. Cartwrlght; baritone; and 'ullord, Oju&, Biscayne, Little ,located at Ft. Lauderdale,
Information, etc., address Cutler; also the River, Miami
C. H. Dixon, basso sol( director; Miss Estate of DR. Cocoaotle Grove
W. C. HARGROVE and Miss Nearly tM trlicantla birds sMndlnc! I to lit feet fronts; Fruit and Vegetable CUTLER besides desirable water
O. "Homer
P. A. Hauling Irene F. soprano; high wvift-bJiiir WO to too pound &ob. Oatrtcb.MM. Keys ; Lands of all many
___ Palatka, Fla. Ardella Davis pianoforte accompanist. ___.oetrlcn sitting and baby -....... to Key Weat. Orange and Phoepbate sizes OD East Coast and chain of
-emu : ; : ) landa 00 We. Cout.
Of all kinds aspromptiandreason- j uldetaahesdoort visitors through the farm, ex. For
B2T- Reading notice ads. on this page ably. Fed and livery stab'es.' .. "r' I consult Dr. Vincent pursing all about tile bird.shell awew,aa.otaa, ARMOUR ct CO., \ Correllpondeoce, enclose atamf for
\l'ertJllaera Agent
+ are nv, Gent per line pet week. Ewt. a Riot, TltosvUVe. Mohawkbnilding, Jacksonville Fla. pliuma*., e*.r Avenue D, o.er'BIlJlIt ChlC&jlo, JlUtoTBR WIND IIILLSCbiosga

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