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.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: March 22, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00339
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
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LOCAL NEWS EAT MANOY'S CANDIES. MANON'S CANDIES aRE BEST.:: -A few articles are crowded out of HEAVY TRAVEL NORTH. mont-for old and young.': They have I 4(

lri1"" Deed blanks sold at this office.I -Mary it'. Santana has been appointed this fssue for want of space. select dance and card parties every week,

End Topics of General Interest. HAVE a flrst-clasn Baritone for sale postmistress' of Buena Vista, Dade MANON MAKES CANDY, 1o lc., at Tim heavy travel north has commenced' as well orchestra as billiard and and other pool tables amusements an excellent \ I i

cheap. CLAUDE WALTON, Tltusville. county. 412, West Bay street Jacksonville.Mr. and the tourist who has seen the many for the !
guests.
CALL AT CARROLL A GOLDSMITH'Sfor beautiful resorts In Florida, Is now seok 1
THE ADVOCATE, SEND HOME A CASE OF MANON'S RICO a hard water' manufactured - John Henry left here, Tuesday, log a now route homeward, snd It I III Mr. J. V. Max succeeded Mr.S. M. !
soap, for Eau Gallle, to attend to business\
in advance. Guava Jelly. rather difficult with the lines' in Hannah an of the Hotel Arno I
$1.60 per annum, by the Florida Soap Works, matters connected with tho Treutler estate many manager
,
$1.00)( six months, .. Secure your reservations over the Jacksonville. for which he Is solo executor. He and out of the state, to choose one affordIng Tampa. Mr. Hannah will bo connectedwith
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. Clyde Line at the ADVOCATE office, TI. returned, something new and novel, and yet the Almorlu Hotel in the future. I I
ttisvllle. -1\1 ell Mrs. T. B. Hicks'and E. B. Sem- yesterday. aectiieperfectservica at a minimum cost. whore his friend. will bo pleased to find '.

subscribe for bier, of this place, have formed a partnership LIKE BANKING YOUR MONEY. The Mallory S.:: H. Lines are offering him. Mr. Max, the now manager of the tl ,
the ADVO-
[When you does : Judge J. T. Small, of Lewiston, Me., and the firm will hereafter be : Every dollar saved bore Is just that this spring a most delightful trip, from Arno, has long boon Indentled!( with the I
ATE by the year week it not cost you : was a pleasant caller at this office a few known 'all T. B. Hicks & Co. They are much more nddod to your bank account Jacksonville through the Sea Islands, house, nnd Is very popular with the
brea cents postage: Included.
per I days ago. wholesale fish dealers.A O. K: COON'S'' ofT the cnl\Mt of Georgia, via. the new. traveling public. ..

I TUB EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on : -:Mr. W. W. Benton, recently chief hanging will take place In Titus- Cash Stole, Jensen, Fla.Judge swift and commodious propeller stenm Hotel Plaza, Rorklodgo, Booms to )

Lie at the following news-stands, at five engineer the Canaveral. Club boat, the tusvllle next Friday, tho 20th inst., H. H. Lalmbeer, jr., of Brooklyn ers of the Cumberland, Route, passing fairly crowded nil I t its time, keel I
:Widgeon is sojourning at Rockludge. which Is the first .at tills place In about over four laipu sounds, giving the trav
feats : who Is spending) the winter with his causes a happy smile to appear on the
per copyTltuvifleB. elor grand nnd exhilarating sail along
a
18 years. The condemned man Is Joseph charming wlfo at Hotel Indian] Itlvnr, countenance of Manager! S. II. 1'eck. In
MIHS Carrie Mendel of
R. Wilson & Son. LaOrango'!: the most ploturosiiie portion of the
who has been teaching school at tit.Petersburg Henderson, colored, who was sentenced Rockledire, took a jovial pnitv to Ecu ) addition to Mr. and Mrs. Peck, the office
J. B. Screven. South Atlantic Coast. Among I ho placesof
has returned much to death by Judge I\I.S.! Jones, Gallle, Monday, In his launch, Volunteer.Mrs. force t>f this hotel Includes Mr. Frank
I Jacksonville-United States hotel. ;, home Interest on these Sea Islands, ant,
for white
January 81'd. murdering
a L. Hudson clerk who has not long '
to the of her friends. room ,
Windsor hotel. pleasure Wm. M. Brown will entertainthe Amelia Island Cumborlaml Sound the '
,
peddler, at Cocoa, on Monday, Deo. :21st.Messrs. .since returned from a trip to Africa; Mr.
Duval hotel. TRY RfCO( A HARD WATER SOAP Ladles Guild of :St. Gabriel's plll- 1"latlalwlliter horo of the Carnoglos at !
\vI'. 11111, cashier; anti :'1r. J. II. Grady,
News stand, Union depot manufactured by the Florida Soap Marx Bros., of Bay and copal church at her residence on Julia DungeneMs; Stafford Place, one of the
clerk, all courteous set of
night a
JlcNnmnra. & Dozier, 20( !) Works. Fur sale by Can oil & Gold Newnan utieets' Jacksonville, one of the street, this (Friday) afternoon, when a largest Ho Islnhd cotton Plantations In hotel officers. very "
I
West Bay street.St. smith.Messrs.. oldest and most reliable, wholesale deal- pleasant time Is anticipated by all who America; Cumberland and St. blmons 1

( AUj1u8tlne-1I0Iel Alcazar. era in groceries fruit and produce In Islands, the famous resorts of Georgia; Mr. and \Mrs A. T. Treadway antifamily

I Ormond-Hotel Ormond. 11. L. Gilffls, of Providence, the state of Florida, expect to move into attend.A pleasant. party at Hotel Indian Jekyl Island on which Is. locntnd the and 1111'". Plumb, who havo been

Rockledge-Hotel Indian River. R. I.; and J. Wesley Bowen, of Philadelphia their new and commodious building: River, Kockledge Is composed of Mrs. most mngulflclent winter Club Resort enjoying a visit. of several weeks with

I Palm Beach-Royal Poinciana. have returned to Rockleilge, froma (which Is now being erected at the south II. A. Foster, wife of an expert electrical Club In the country, with Its extensive Mrs. TI'oatlwAY' flllherand mother-Mr.

The Breakers. delightful hunting And fishing cruise east corner of Bay and Laura streets) on engineer, and little eon, Richard, of game preserves; anti finally Brunswick, nnd Mrs.. H. P. Hhares-at the New

around Merrill's Island. or about the first of May. Philadelphia; Miss Root, a very charming Ga., "The City by the ben," nnd the Rouklidge hotel, Rooklodgo, left for the

I33T" Reading notice ads. are ten cents Our mailing clerk will, this week, -The Cecil Ian Quartette gave acred- singer, of Iowa/ ; Mr. Oeo. W. Seaman :: greatest seaport In the !South, the teim- Red Lion hotel, Stockbrldgo, Mass., on
Vr line on this pale.ANON'S semi out statements to all our subscribers liable entertainment at the Opera house, and Miss Seaman of New York. inns of the (float railroad systems. viz I Monday. 111 r. Troadwuy Is one of the

who are in arrears, and It will be esteem Titusvllle! Tuesday evening, before a From Kockledge they !go to jSuabreeze. Southern Hallway, and Plant SystemAt managers of the luttor hotel, and both
CANDIES are the Best. those who Indebted crowded house. The Brunswick the traveler connects with he and his wife made n trip to Cuba*
ed a favor If are to falily songs ren-
I-Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wager have been the ADVOCATE will send their subscription deied by the members of the companyMrs. new Morgan firm that& has Lynch just Is started the name businessin of a the large, drop draft, ocean steamshipsof while south.

tending the Press Association meeting at their earliest' convenience.Mr II. G. Siahl, soprano; Miss AnnieE. Titusvllle. Their line of buslDesMwill the Mallory Lines, hound for New. Mr. MnoDowell of the Hotel Magnolia
Jacksonville
YOlk dhed. The from
rates
: Miami this week. I II. Y. Oreenrnan and son of Snyder, mezzo-soprano; Miss Lillian be real estate, loanscollections. elc.,etc. to northern Including all expenses wishes to correct a report that has boon
points
I-Mr. Oeo. U. Fernald, one of San. Bridgeport( Conn., have bnen enjoying herd II Wood altu, contralto much; His. Emma bhep- Mr. Morgan Is. we I and favorably knownIn of this additional trip are lower circulated In places outside this. olty, to
were appreciated. the cited that the Magnolia can take
I'd's prominent merchants, gave us a'' trip to Rockledge, 1'alni Beach and Miami Titusvllle, having resided here for than the direct rates of any other line.
peasant call, Friday last. lie was on this week. They are much pleased -The Duke of Newcastle and valet, many years; while Mr. Lynch conies Detailed I Information' can be secured care of no more guests.. At this time of

ps way to Rockledge] and other places. I with the East Const, and Mr. Greenman, and Mr. Stanley Col ton Fox, London, here from Tennessee, recommended. upon application at the office of this lIne, year the departures often exceed the arrivals p

I-Mr. F. C. Calkins, tbe genial repre- jr., will., probably spend another two( England, who recently spent a day or -Mrs. J,. L. Barth and Miss Hattle L. 220:! Wont Bay Street, Jacksonville pared, and to accommodate the Magnolia,all he says who, Is desire pre
the Windsor
north. Jacksonville have
two at
weeks at Rockledge ere going ,
pntalive of the Northern Insurance Co., to New York. ,The duke Barth, of Chicago, who have boon spend. rooms. Messrs. Palmer & MacDowoll

.' London, who makes his headquarters -Mr. S. A. Townsend, ono of Phila goue himself as well pleased with expressed his'four log about two months at the Breakers Hotel -Mr. E. I.. Brady, our hustling merchant have leased the Clarendon Hotel at

; Atlanta, was a recent pleasant caller delphia's well known commission merchants weeks' tour of Florida resorts, and spoke Palm Beach; and nearly a week at spent a day or two at Miami, /Saratoga:: for the coming summer season..
t this office. was a pleasantcallerat this office Plaza, Rockledite, passed through Titus
of the and the first of the week. >
enthusiastically shooting Mason of Jacksonville's
: Mr. l
He had returned from vllle on Monday en route to the Alcazar Harry one
CUSTOMER WANTS Is his on Monday. just fishing he has engaged In while here. Fathers who short while \
/HAT A City a
atrip down the East Coast as far as Miami I- St. Augustine. From !St. Augustine DAMAGED MIRRORS RE-SILVERED
[moneys worth ; what we. want are just with which be was much pleased.On -Among the arrivals at Hotel Indian, they will go direct home. Mr. Barth, by W, FUHLONO.! ago, purchased the Bay street half of
I such customers. Tuesday be left Sanford and other River first of the week, who did not come south this winter Is a Titusvllle! Fla. the Hotel Everett block) In the above- '
O. E. COON'S CASH STOBE, was Rockledgebthe a charming member vice-president of the Edward named city, la spending quite a lot of \1 ;.
Jensen Fla. -Mrs. Anderson, of Stuart, arrived his lie Is
on purchase tearing
places.Mr. young married lady from South Qrange, HInes Lumber Co., one of the largest money
M. E. Gruber, a former resident here, Tuesday, on a visit to her mother down the old and delapltated portion, ,
firms In Illinois.Mrs. .
N. J. who has
her lumber
B-Mr.' D. L. Alderman, one of Fort jblned father Capt. always .
of Tltusville, Is now one of the most at LaGrnnge. Her many friends are and building It up new and substantial.Mr. .
sense's prosperous cattle men, Is In prosperous merchants in South Florida Steele, U. S. N., who Is spending the P. H. McLaughlin, of Brooklyn pleased to see her, Mason expects to have It finished

|wn today. About the 1.t of next In addition to his large stock of hard winter at the above resort. Mrs. Du.B08que's who hastbeen at the New Rooklodge Miss after I some time In July and open It as a hotel
husband Daisy spending
Is assistant Brady
lonth ,
he will commence shipping sev- he has added immense furniture 'engineer hotel, Rockledge, for several weeks, expects underneath which when II
ware an with stores ,
week at her home here
left Monday
lal thousand head of cattle to Cuba. of motive power oa the Pennsylvania ,
home about the end of
to leave for
department. Mr. Gruber Is now a resident Railroad. for Stetson University, DeLand, where completed, will be quite an addition to
I Miss Ruby Cbalker of Middleburg.Ha. :. of West Palm Beach, and Is as pop- this month. Her husband was too busyto she resumed her studies. that part of Jacksonville.
: ., who has been on a visit to her slsr ular tbeie as he was here. We are Kind Messrs. A. T. Harris and Fisher I come south this. season, henna she Is
| Mrs. W. H. lirannlng, during the past to see our young: friend doing so well. Ames tuft here Filday Il\IIt. on board the 'feeling you y lonesome lacon.equence.aad -Mrs. fillmore, mother of Mrs. U. A. The Nethetby, Eden, has' had a full..
and the
loek or .0, Is much pleased with Titus- yacht Awlxa, for Rockledge, where they ,seems. rstln-r anxious to return liame.However Gardner. of this place, left, Tuesday, for house this season, pressed;;
-Mr.. O. R. Harris and Miss Harris, Mrs. M, A. Curtis has boon hard ,
Blle, whore she is enjoying herself intensely. took out a couple of pintles for a few Miss Kate Eyer, one of the her .home In Alabama, after spending" ,
two bright and charming society ladle, hours' sail, MI" G. R. Hanls and Miss most popular young ladles In Hockledge, a month or two with her daughter.Mr. to know exactly whcie to place so manyguests. a
of Boston' after' spending about a week Harris, of Boston, being among those I It doing the best she can to cheer the ; The fact Is. the Netherby is avery
)n our 6th page will\ be found the Ht Hotel PUza, Rockledge, left, Tuesday who enjoyed the short crul Messrs. drooping spirits of Mrs. McLaughlln W. F, Tin mi an and his brotberIn.llw popular house In the heart of the
wad of Townsend and Mills, com mis- fur Hoiel Orrnood. at Oimond., Harris and Ames returned to e.Tltusville I>r. Chltllck: of Lansing, Mich., pineapple section; but unfortunately,
pa merchants and shippers, Pbiladeltla. where they expect to remain about a -The new'and commodious residenceof .stopped over here a short while, yesterday It Is. too small to accommodate all who
This Is said to be a very reliable fortnight ere. leaving for other resorts, on nailing:Monday time.afternoon the Awlxa., making excellent Mr.\ and Mil Geo M. Bobbins, South on route down Indian River, on a apply for admission Several people of

Im, and the members of i it are soliciting en route home. Mr. Arthur T. Harris on Titusvllle, is one of the best built and pleasure trip. >romlnenoe have stopped at. the Nether.by .

>bare of your patronage.' will probably join his mother and sister Editor Philip Isaacs of the Fort I most convenient, houses In town, filled) -Miss Ella Erlrkson: one of Day tons's this season, among them being Senators ,'
at the Ormond. Myers Press; and Major EV.. J'eabody.or as It Is. with hot and cold water baths, popular ladles. arrived here, Mon. Proctor, Williams and others who
Alfred F. Land, 23 East Adams the Times-Union. and Citizen, wereamong large, open fireplaces, the latest. kinds {\f"alen' young were much pleased with Eden, anti said .
has of the most -Mr. and Mrs. E. F. and daughter : Iny, on n visit to Miss Emma Munshaw.
set, Jacksonville, one Cooley heating electric lights,
the callers this office stoves he Indian
.pleasant at It was one of I prettiest places on
Mis !: leave next
Hat and best general repair shops In the of Lancing, Mich., who nave been on on Tuesday They were on tbelr wayto and many other modern Improvements, week* for Kilcksun Orlando.All expects. to River. Remember the Nethnrby

>te.- Mr. Land makes a specialty an extended cruise ns far south as the !Miami, to attend the annual meeting which tend to made 11 a very home-like when going north or south. Stop off at

airing small machinery, such as small Florida keys, on board )Ir. Cooley's floe of the Florida, Press Association, and :ibldlng-place for winter nnd summer. the plastering has been removed tuxton station. ,
arlne engines, typewriters onsli regis- launch, returned to our haibor on Sunday |nn.'d Gov. Jennings and most of the Mr. and Mrs. Bobbins and family ale from the ceiling of James Prltchard A:
ps, etc. Bead his ad on our 3rd page.A last, much pleased with their trip stare edIts rs on the southbound tialn at now snugly ensconced In their new Son's hardware store. Tllusvlllv, and an The dance at Hotel Indian River,
and the new boat, which was built at and will take It lockludge given by Messrs. Boggs AtiacDowell
letter from Mrs. Henry R. Jones Tltusvllln' the same afternoon. 4welllng, they .are, naturally, quilt- ii'Damental steel ceiling .
THusvlIlebv' Capt. Peter Nelson. They pleased with It. .plsce. Contraclur 1*. J. Hall has the on Saturday night/ last, wasa
|nounces her safe arrival at Tltusvllle, 'left for points as far north RS Ormond -First Lieutenant Ralph Van Deman, .oik In hand. very enjoyable affair, although; many
arlda, the home of her daughter, Mrs.m. after a short stay here, and will probably son (lr Judge J. I). Van lieman of Delaware -Orn. Mile. and Mrs. Miles, and their, of the merry dancers did not put In an
M. Brown. The Brown family allbt return today.Mr. 0., who Is now In Manilla ban non, Sherman Miles, QiisrtermHSierGrnral -Miss Emma Thursbv, of New York, appearance IInl.lll0 o'clock'" This hotel
her at the railroad station, and Ma- been promoted to the rank of captain of 'snd Mrs., Ludlngton, Col. II. U. formerly' the sweetest singer In the United " baa been doing a remarkably good business
f Mark druve her to their hoiiMe Into and Mrs. Godfrey] L. Cabot, of the Twenty-Second' United Utales. Infan Whitney, artillery corps, aide decamp Slates, Is now visiting bsr brother, this Mason, although Messrs. Boggsfc I
with his diminutive !Shetland pony Boston, who have been guests: of Hotel try. The captain! is IIIlt1| to be quite popular to Gen. Allies\ ; ('01. Albert A. Pope of Mr. L. Thursby. at Mnirlit. When Miss UaoDowell have been laboring under

|d miniature two sealed wngon. Mrs. Alcazar, St. Augustine, for.K while, Is In his. regiment. Captain Van Do- lioston; Frank Wlborg, of Cincinnati. ruurxby passed tbrouich Titusvllle on many disadvantages. At the Hotel Indian -
ties Is already much Improved In .said to be one of the oldest families In mat. ,'. father Is well known at Rockledge, and Gen. Miles' secretary and orderly Monday she appeared to be suffering River everything possible Is done to

Ith.-From the New Hartford Tri the United States. Mr. Cabot traces his snd at other places along the Kant Count, who left Washington for Cuba, last trots' a bad cold, but the Indian River make out door life as attractive posslle. -

ne. genealogy back to Bristol, England, whole' he has considerable property IntervHtw. Thursday night at P5: o'clock In private climate will soon drive It away. Miss ) Thousands of dollars have been '

The Titusvllfe Electric Light (::0.' when MM ancestor came over to AmericaIn . The Judge Is one of our valued car No. 104 over the Southern Railway Tbursby expects! to visit Palm lieacb ere pent on the place and beautiful grounds
had staff of employed this the /good ship Matthew. He uuKht to subsc fibers.: traveling via Hi.vannali and ''Jack returning north. until they have become almost as lovely
a men be quite wealthy, by this time, as his family sonvllle, passed through Titusvllle on tale. One of the features this
a. a fAiry
ok, hauling and placing In position -Mr. James Harper a former resident
Colonel:
Ueorge-A.'Cantlne wife aDd
with the country,
has Palm
up moraine route to
grown Saturday en Is the Increased number of eleo-
for the wires. Capt. Y. but of Pablo Beach season
of Titusvllle
poles now ,
cypress ,
daughter, of wburgh, N. spent a about-two .
days
After
Jtcliard Informs us that the whole -TLe West Palm Beach Tropical Sun Few days at KockledKe on their return lieacli. spending/ accompanIed. by his bride, lisa been en- trio lights making lb. nightly Illuminations
embarked at Miami
the
there
trio. light circuit will undergo a comgte has the following local referring to a former borne from a trip south as far as Miami. parts Gen. oylng a couple of days' visit to town a thing to be remembered. For
It Is the of
overhauling. This ls one of the well-known resident of Tltusville: Colonel: Cantlne-who by-the-way for Havana. purpose this week. They h,... been on their miles up and down the Indian River
leased gave; Miles. an<| Gen. Ludlngton to Inspect the these lllii'Dlnstlons. can be seen, and
heat towns In the state to have an W. P. HatchetS bus a commodious lecture loneymoon trip lo Palm Beach and Miami
a stirring Sunday evening, ,at In Cubs. It I Is. ex*
principal army psts ha Innumerable variously-colored globes
Inc and townspeople store In the Jefferson bloak being and around yesterday
light plant, our the New Kockledge hotel-U. a very that the will start back were town ,
fine stock of peoted party make a picture whose charms are exeedlngty -
Pild do well were they to give so use- erected and will Install a prominent citizen of New burgh. Among receiving hearty congratulations from
of week.
Cuba the latter next
from
| an Institution their support. hardware. Mr. Hatchett Is an active, 'other things be Is chairman of the executive Oen. Miles part has been commis.sioned Mends. We acknowledge a pleasant call difficult for the guests to turn
and Ills wide Although their bucks Season after season
business man, from the bride and .
K PINEAPle responsible committee of the Lincoln Club, look Into certain military groom.Pineapple Oron. )
| SMOOTH CAYENNE all along the lower East to las wUn....' Increase In the patronage -
| plants chuap, write to Coast acquaintance will give him a strong leverage tostart. of which Governor Odell Is a member. matters for the Secretary: of War, It I.. M of the hotels of this beautiful resort 4

J, D. BELL, St. Petersburg, Fla. with.MIRRORS. Just before leaving for the South, Col. stated with the utmost posltlveness at Hllp Wanted, and Messrs. Boggs A MacDowell are t
Cantlne was presented with a flue sliver that Gen. Miles'
the War Department fully aware that this season has eclipsed
AT AND YACHT SAILS made to fit. MADE TO ORDER, bv and-gold loving cup, which cost fl, II0.I visit' has no connection whatever with Wanted B,iOO Smooth Cayenne pine them all., Among the genial clerks at

Material) and workmanship first clans. W. F. KCKCCSO, THusvllle. I There are 12 name. engraved on the cup, political affairs of Cuba. apple slips. State lowest cash price to his hotel are Mr. W, F. Champlln, front '
trices In the among them being the name of Gov. II. 'rt'RlEK, clerk who Is one of the proprietors and
below those obtainable I WE BUY YOUR PRODUCTS at the ,
Odell firm friend of the Colonel's whois
a ,
[urtb. Send for estimates.IIEMUY Something Special and Clieap. one of lbs ADVOCATE'S valued sub highest prices consistent wltb the Mathews P. (J., managers of the palatial Hygela hotel,
Fla. Duval Co., Fla. Block Island It. I. who will soon be
Tltusville ,
BKMECKE=, acrl ber.. mal keto Make prompt remittance;
Fine location for groves and pineapple charge no commission or other expenses leaving for the uorth. Then there Is Mr.

ipty Sugar and It Ice Carrels. plantations. Address. ASK FOR MANQya GUAVA JELLY except freight.E. AMONG THE HOTELS. Monroe Smith, cashiers Miss Wilkinson.
O T.McCsrty, A. JONKS: CO., receivers and shippers book.keeper and stenographer; Mr.
[or sale. Address, Ankona, Fla. SPRING FASHION*.-Having receivedthe of Frnlts, Vegetables, Produceand Thrns.A. !button! night clerk; and Mr.

WALTER A. MOOBK, latest styles of Spring Fashions, I Fish, 55 Cumberland street, and Manager Klpley, of the College: Arm., Orange Howes. steward. Mr. MacDow
8 George St. Charleston S. C. will be pleased to show the same to all 183 Holt street, Norfolk, Vs. I leLand has done an excellent tourist ell also ably fills the position of room
,
Pineapple Crates. of mv friends and patrons. Work ex' PLEASE< WRITE US for quotations.We business this season. This hotel Ishlgb1 clerk, _
cuted In the latest sod best styles, at make a specialty of all Florid I spoken of by those who have stopped .r
nuns: _Orange\ Lands. I have about 2.>,000 pineapple crates reasonable prices. Call and se 11 me. products tbll're, and many will be glad to I..rllit. Galvanized Wire and Nail
for sale. Also wraps and nails. '\'ill be Law MENDEL! Tltusville. I will remain open until the 15th of April. -
Jo you want either In safest part of pleased to hive your order. i MERCHANTS SAVE MONEY BY Place orders now. ."'fhe Iro.Aile" :
East Coast t PAwnwoir The United States hotel, Jacksonville, your
F.
\ Write G. from the Florid
their goods demand Is
Wanted. baying I "A heavy reported -
Cash
Via.noekledge.Indlafl Register since Mr. and Mrs.\ William Catto have says
Gallle
McCABTY Eau
C. T. I 10 West Jack- "
3t. Hardware Co., Bar street and an advance In price Is aipocted.
taken the has been
quite
Fla. management,
Ankona
n Second band ""Nations." Address. : sonvllle. _ _> _ _ transformed and Improved la many respects I am getting up a car load order and
River, Box West Bench }'Ia.I beaters hot and will be pleaded to have your Inquiries. '
Wanted 162, Balm i Cypress I atli. new steam ,
Employment, G. F. PADWIMOS,
I cold water throughout the ho..., with
and -
of the mod attractive I Eau Gallla Fla.
Has one along the East Coastof Yawl float For Bale For the next 30'dsys I will, deliver electric bells, new carpets, eto., being ,
T mu and wife. A respectable best-stocked stores find eypress lath, for pinesppU shads to any among the l Improvements. Tb. elll.lae
everythingroil
I.h couple) lately from England, Florida. Yoa can AU kinds of flne Flat bottomed; length, 33ft.; width, I point as far south as Stuart, at $*.3O per looked upon by the geests'as one of "THE: BIG DRUG STORE," Heflley f
Is employment. 31 sn aNd to need at this store. lift.; roomy cable, 10ft long aud 6ft. looo In carload lou. Prices of lumber the e.f.lo tn. state. Mr. and Mrs.Catt Pharmacy! Bay and Ocean streets, Jacksonville .

ttening, rough horaea'i groceries and western meat paid to the. needs- high; sails,, chain, cable aDd anchor la. quoted on application.. .'. great aim Is to make their guests Fla. Do not forge the. stress )
men can cook and do general boa_' Particular attention good order. .' [ G. F. PAIJOIAOYt f..I.' .* If they were In "a home Iron d I Geo. Hughes' old and, .v.1mb' '
>Ing. IlAirls 31Serson of yachtsmen and cruising parties. I both for comfort and amuse draJif business.
Address Mr. Oxo. N. HATCH Propr. Jia. Bowc.2f, Melbourne Pin.cv Ecu Gallic, Fla. home,
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kl''; TITUSVIL.L13In seed 3oteuto@s.Early
Choice
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FLORIDA EAST COAST RY.
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the County Soat of Brovard connty; a

Is 1R4 miles south of Jacksonville; Is the Rose 4. . . . .3.25 per barrel.

hood of navigation/ \ and the "netting out Early Rose ImprovodkNO. Maine ..1 00 :: :'

{ point" for ciulHlng parties on tbe famous New Early White Hose. . . . . . .:< (00Ilcbrons

i Indian: River, which here fuims a Time Table No. 30.u Kftect Jan. 28, 1OU1.No . . . . . . . .'. . . . .. 00 u
bay 0 ration x Ida. The constant refreshing 'Triumphs..976! u

f j breeees from this broad sheet of MOUTH B017NDiTwMi( )nwul I (Kami UptNOK I 'rH HoCJND ? Dakota Reds . . . . . . . . :3 J of'(' u
I water and the ocelot beyond, make it an Nj(911( n..j.1 Nu.it; No.ul No.litf N i.1 ;Vu..2 INo.1Il> Nu.n I No.74 N o.2. No.11t! No.tU'No 8. o44 NoHi'Nolfl/ and Beans and Garden heeds at lowest prices nod u-li, ,,1,1, ,.
Ideal liealth rOllul' Tim shooting (for Dully Daily Dally Doily, Dally Dully Dully Daily Daily MAIN LINE SCHEDULE. Daily DailyTOOp Dally Dully Dully Daily.DailY. Dully,Daily All varieties of Peas for list of all kinds of seeds.
Mo bend: r"'co
p el ex exM > xMo _ ux Mu ox tlu exou' stock.
Is unexcelled.Finhlntf - -

I1I it wild ducks, sailing especially, boating.) Good Hhell ;top OSXIp 4
roods for wheeling and driving. Five lOOp 71IUU UOp---1) ) 9p 85I.JB( llIr.pIOo"; .u. .. Mti' A.gnstine..Lv. 6B.n n-\\ IIM'l'' 121m 11 lUalll 4ua| V Obn 9AI"|UKa:.
i I ( white churches, schools, bank electilo -'Mo 30, Saraa Mill (\1)al1l.) ) euup dGu 11MPIUGxtLv.; .. St AnguHtino . ... Ar B4Ap. .8 :Jup64lp 8AUV 7 11mNo7: -, Harana-1I l4rn ) ) 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
. ... 1127a .. ... Huattnirrt+ . . . .. ..It.v.II lip . . . . . midiC1 *
band tee palmetto tnuulo acid, Makes I looul HtoiiH' and' ear 1012p 98'le .2. Mnl"" local .. _ ... -- -
lights, ; Oxp 11 4ilii . .. East Pnlutka.. .. . 11p : 8101)ADUp ,. Btoa"nUlICal"rle ..- ---- - :::
barrel and tent factories; opera house Be..r.K. U. Uy. buffet Parlor 11 :Si,M> 1J4'u) 8 lll|> hasp'( '.. ..... Ormond. . . .. .... '. Blimp 4 n42ip> bUKa! r.I lua Oar.F".. U R -
11 in c2a : 1171).Daytona.. . ... .... ? ESTABLISHED 18S0.Bond .
I I Board of Trade, newspaperBAMr( COAST No tt), A. 0.1. rxpteu (Dally) ) nip . . 8 8:1111'HTp 1 27p ', ,. ...Prtlrangn. . UUlIp HlOp80lli 4 lip 64111' 4. 1aNo.. N, Kwmlnn4l1".aau SpetiulOomponed
"
S ADVOOATK), hotel (Indian \River\ ), and 1JlumbeJ' a Font: Trait. HtopH only at I2Kalll1367l :& 1111 1 4Ti) :: ....New 8mvru; . .'.'.'.'., > 8 Slip 6201' 4 IWa8UIIB:! Itlll),uxlvMTOf)
t of (tine1'1,11,1111\ houses, whoso station. K. shown and t () My vestibule Buffet? 4 /11'1 2 6 ... . . .. K o Ky. VfHtllmh* : Lumber COEJranufactllrel'lJ
I ada. be seen. In theMe column Parlor Car > UOII" :t> .1'lt".vlll. .. ...... 1OIl' 804pBhp 6Uii for tills
may .. lor OirM. PaMHunKdi'
i, UUKp" 6 S :rap .. .... . (krona . 1 :tt > 2 4&Hv4ufi ,
r Trains to and from 111I1 points uveiy few No. 23, Itliimi 1 find N..allllpoo\l.l. \ "IBJa887a" 1'liUp:; 6-l!+p 811101' .. ... . R.oxkacsige., ;' ."..'..'',.'.''. Ill.\) 2 3SV |) 802aIUOa' .rrain must. provide thumHjlvui ...-
(Sully) ) ... . . .. ... .. ; with Parlor Car ti< ket
hours. The hummock land for orange 1.111: 541141by" Bnn Oallie.; ... .... 1 2 2'iJ I 48UpSOAp and Dealers In
Jumt >o.l .x..htMlvely or.. .. . .. . .. 1Bnp "aiuahLtiutornguarpwwgaF ] D of
.
is lUMp t&lp715p ? ? lUellKHiriio. ....... 11 lmtp 42-11' .. .
and vegetable growing In this section K. O Hy..Ub.II..Bull'.t ..... . .. .. .. bpi,r) .. ....... lif>nelan Bald to be some of the finest In tho mate. Parlor d art*. .Pan4tmgHra fur" . .... ... . ... .I 504pfl.llp ......?. hebaMtlan.. ......,.. .. 11110.: .. .. . .. . . .. . S3, AOL. :Erprtn ((1),11,1.) ) FLOORING SIDING
thiitrainmastprovlothnm Mlven with Parlor tleketo- .. .. .. . . . . . . btklp a .. ...... fit Liilnta.,........ ? 10411. . .. . .. . . . . FaHt Train... "Htopn only cattle.In at. LUMBER LATH SHINGLES , CEILIKP
Cur and
(
6 .., .. . jtn'lon shown ,
810)) !'i'l' PlHroo .. ... I 1.1) 4<>a 13 lip
Couldn't help gotttngaculd never euros addition to regular PKHHUK . .. . . ..?.. . .... ? ......?... Tihbaia. ... .. ... ? 101 llU ,. . .. . . .. . . M.| K U. Hy. vestibule. BuffetParlor
.
tlrkat . . . .. . .I .. ...... .. .. .. Oarn.Ko. Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
it but cairylcff homo bottle ol IJA1LAUD'S > 6Up F..lon. .. ... > Oi .. . .. . . . .. . Mouldlmrs. Turning and Scroll Sawing;
; I Mo. 89falm Bonch ail Hlami.. .. . .., ... .. .. 03, Pnlm Bench d Viaat ,
and 811 p. Jtmwm .......... 10Ul. . .. . .. . . .. .. We solicit correspondence.
:! 11OHKHOUND :SYRUP! Limited (Dully) ) . .. ... .0 47p71Hp . . .... Htuart. ........ 95:.lao . ... . . . . .. .. Llmlte4(1),1I1.( ) ) and Vegetable Crates.
) using It as dhoclcil, will cure the worn! Compound BulTHt of K"! E. 0 Ryvestibule .. ..' .. .. '.HolreKtmud.. ....... ". ain . .. . . .. . . Compound V. K. O. Ry. Mills\ at Bonds Hills, on .1., T. &: K. "W. R'y. Yards at
kind of cough or cold. Pi Ico, 25 and 50 Carrion'Ilt..per.lo.. > . .. \VIl tJuplt<'r... .... 9 loa . .. . v"atibnleBuffrtSluelwr.antiDayCosu.h. 'l.'uk..on] Saw, Planing and Shingle; \
Ar West Palm Bi>iuhI . ... 8 Mn 108Ua 120p I1 O6p Duy-Ooiuh. Blunp- DeLand and Tltusvllle.
cents. B. It. Wilson & Son. for Palm lleAC'h and for l lJ Hotel Kuyul Puiiiclaua.Th ... S2at102un: \ :! ) lopl05tt'rsatMiamiandPalm' Bow:h. .
tttoimonly stations. \ 2bp; L 9' . .. ...
81 Niw TOM ant Florida Ho. Mow York ant .lorlda Llmttid
/ ". .. West Palm 331
Boaeh.Ar
.p" S par U55a U4I IU
j ited I(DalyrxoeytMondayl) )anti..y. ... . . .. : >p amp (Cally: Eso.p' Sunday)
PROFIT IN PINEAPPLES. or p." .Boynton .. ...?Lv 7 D.IK . ... . . .
Now YorK!: to Si" I l'ip .. ... . .Delrav .... . . . 72ht.: : . ... . . . 96,..' tit. AuifUHtino. to :JJew York .James McAlister.
N via Miiuthorn. RullWHv.. O .Ip .. .. Fort Lauderdale .... 0a.;>a . ...I. . .. 814> via Horn h .ru Kailwa Oom- .. ..
JENSEN: FLA., March 20, 1001. p.w..l,... exclusively ot 4p. ...... . L..mnnUltr. .. .... 5 Ma. \.. . . .. nolO8d"xch.lv"lyotPulimanO..r.
37. I Op Ar..Mtami.' .:..:. ...,.. .. 6 I Ma1 SlOn11OOn S.10pUarx. old stand
VTo. New Tort ltd Florida ; ; :: :: : Nev Tort ant Florida Spt- (John Clark's ).
Editor East Coast Advocate. oat ilallr) Xxoaet Ko d'y). 0151IDatly( ) :Kioept Sunday)).
I New York to 't." Augustine! St. AngUHliu. to :New York
I I have been asked a score of times, via Atlantic Ooant Line via Atlantic (J<."Mt Lino.CompoHed )McAlister's 400 Pure
what lands are worth; the coat of getting Oorapowtd exoluHlvely of exoiuHively of Direct Importer and State Rye
field Into bearing how 'long Pullman ( sr. Trains do not atop where tint is not shown. Pullman Curs. _
a pineapple ; No. 13, Florida and Kttrcpolltaa No. it, Florida and XotropoUtu
I they will bear before having to be reset; Limited (Dally) ), Limited (Dally) ). for: and Bourbon
t what they pay per acre, etc., etc., so will New York to Ht. Augustine St. Augustine! to New York Agent ,
'via Hvabourd Air Linn OompoHed viaSvabosrdAirLine. Cora-
try to answer these various questions. exclusively, of Pullman posed "rlmolv..ly of Pullman Bouche, Flls &; Go's. Champagne, IIUf E. Walter's (Baker's) Pure Rye.
The price of land varies according to Car. Dny-Oowh operated on I 'era' .. Day.COIM. 'n opvratod on
location and adaptability for growing; this train on which no extra this train on which no extraor Kirker Gieer & Go's. Three Leaf Virginia Olades Pure Rye

the rive or Pullman fare Is rhnritedTo. No. 18;Chicago and Florida OjeoUl No. 18 Florida Pullman fare In rharged.
Immediately Clllo'lro.1II
on
pineapples. Bpsolal Iilsh Whiskey. CIGARS AND TOBACCO.Wm. .
Shamrock
(3. Chicago and Florida Urn No. 02, and Florida Lim
(Dally Monday :
Except ) (Dally Kxrept tlW1
) Clllo'/o
good pineapple land In the woods ;
front lt.4 (Daily) ) Chicago\ to bt AnguHtina St. Augustine to Clarago (Eally) ).
readily brings, from f 175 to $200 per acre, Chicago to tit Augustine via. Cincinnati Chattanooga via Atlanta. St. AnguHtluu to Chicago Greer &: Co's. Old Vatted California Wines

1 lands just as good but lying; from one Moutgumery.via. Evansville. ,mvoHeil Nashville. and ex- and Atlanta.. Oomprmod" ..exoluaively and Cincinnati Composed via and Evatiavllle.Montgomery Oompo..ed..x.I'luldv..lr Nashville- Highland AVhUkey. ..1 I t ALIST I tJrs Maryland and Pennsylvania.
of Pullman
(Jar. of Pullman Cars.
quarter to one-half mile back, can be had of Pullman Oar exclusively rlUHlvely of Pullman Oar.*., Cele Kentucky Bourbons
Go's. :
at $100 per acre. It costs $275 per acre Dny' Comih operated on this" Day-Coach operated on thin American Blowing t :"

$' to clear the land, buy plants, set, fertilize Paltman train on fare whih in charged.no extra or tram Pullman on fare which Is charged.no extra or brated Beer,.St. Louis, Mo. North Carolina]\ Corn.Impelled .

and work until first Is secured-18 PURE RYE and Domestic Rums
crop
o 1 HANFUKD; BftA 6d. '
PALATKA BHANCH.<
months-making a total of from $:.175 to All train. dally except. Sunday. All trains Dully.otlaLv. JUG AND FAMILY TRADE A "' ef.rq., .. Cheap Liquors quoted on Appli
ti'. WOO of expenditure. The highest figure; N..1l :NoU! .

\ -$,00 would make a ten aero field cost .. _. .... . . ... .. . 'hater Ie ............. ... . . .Ar : ( o,40 No 47i o,45 : ?o,42o,4al J \. .4UINO.y\\* a5' Specialty. cation.
at eighteen months $5,000. 718a .. ........... ............ Mims... .................... .. .. llrpTISpI4Uup121i11Sa: | ( .KaAr 9 lUa'lOlKla' UlOp: 2 B8p OOnp
8_ .. .......... ........... Oxteen.. ................... ... .. 1157alllifia. 8 Blip / \ ftbNiArEP;' H ? The first yield woujd be, at a conservative SAOaBUUa . ......... . ...... ....Ettlerpriaerprles....... .,6........ .. "
I estimate, 2,000 crates, which > at a Ar . ... .. .. ...... .. .. . mford.. .. .. .. . .. ... . J.v llOOa
I No 11II No.41' ALA
I BRA NOH. All rains Daily ad'No.MBIIpI
a I clean, net profit of $1 per crate would ) "74ftaL' ... .1est: )5"atka. .. ... .. . .ArI iii \ lT25p. I
give 2000. The second year It proper. N o. : :: Tlo No.8 N I-r:! 8U.'It.Ar..tI..nM\t.| . . .. , . .. . J.v 8 loa 70tipNo. HANNE BROS.
t j ly handled, there would be an increase, \Hun! Dally, b'niD.'hyHAYPOBT; BRANCH +Daily Hunonly ...

I and 2. OO could be expected, which -only exBu- 'only" ex-rig ex-(4u "' '
8.No. 1 ORANIm CITY :BRANCH. No. 2 No. 4 FLA.
JACKSONVILLE
would have cost less to produce than the 111161'1 I All 1240-12J8 West Adams Street, ,
flOOp80Hp 211Jp 8 IKa Lv .r..kllOaviU..Ar dfiOa tr..II1BQa. .yE-c'c.pt"ull.lny.
:first crop, and we could safely figure fleOp64Hi. 2UMp 112aI\ Bo.. JackMonville 64... S27p 55.'p . . 4 tr.pi I 11)-lua44llplll LvAr. ... . New 8myr...... . . .Ar I "Hip liMp
) . . .. ..... .. . . .. . . .
them at net of $1.20)-this gives 716{ 8K.1p 1.1.1 8 Win Pablo Bi-ath slla' 80op 525p: 21a .Lake Huleii. .Lv ii4fip 11461'
+ a price 720p A4u" 2..1p S5..a"' .4tllntloBellch. 54.,*. 4ft5p tip' . .. 1l00p|IlII"R . . . .... Orangn City. . ..... . . . UU5p 5limp", and Wine Merchants
I i lis, $3,000 for the second crop and cleans Tfm 7u1)(8.A 916aAr..Ma. rt. Lv II 4 85p 11001) . . BuSptll\ ..:4Sa .. .. .. Orange City Jnn"tlon._" ". .. .... UIMIpTheiw Liquor
I up the entire cost of everything to date, ,
leaving the place a clean profit. :III: Time Table show the times at which train may bo expected arrive and depart. from the aevnral station. but their .arrival
more crops can safely be relied on at an or rising departure therefrom.at the times stated i* not guarantee nor does the Company hold Itself responsible for any delay or .any oonuequencei -Case and Jug Trade Solicited-

average of $2,000 net before replanting; is. .

I ( ) neceBHiiry Someone-what"I\Itk8'1f more there do }are ou no wish disastrous ? PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP: CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. Wholesale Distributois of Lemps' St. Louis Beers.

circumstances. to prevent the above )IIAI..\A""AU 1..Sb-: -. !!!o. .\11.\ HI. MIAUl.. ,\VA \A III-t." I-HSC": l KU>WAII>.

y results Wu Rn*04t1.', y"". In the past. SAILING EFFECTIVE Jan 1A; OUR WINES AND LIQUORS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
we have had wlorem when the cold La SAILING .IAN. 8 to FEB R. 1"Olt HAVANA I( LI'IIVB Miami btmuavM. and \V..dna>Klav: .. . ..11 SlipANrN.illant.doudoyl
cal Thu ndaysArrive ,. . .11 flOp i Havana. Mu.olav... and ThtirM'luyiLo . 8'}'p
reduced.our crop I I""- below the above NeesnuTnrsctav.andbrkluys.: . 8ulip Cuba. ..ehnvan.TuoduysandFribtvx, . . 1J! t>jn trCall or send for Prices..ARR'Y' .
figures! HS to number crates but when NASSAU. I LeaveNxss u Nedu<... Miami Thnrndays and Sundays .. ( .. -- -. . .- -- ... --
.
i It the number cutitm have buen ma.tel'lal. HIAMI.KKY: .lAirive.6S-". -. HVO .. .:V \tlvI'. .
.
1 ly reduced the pilc has niiteitally\ Incieased. N.P < 'AIJ.1SGd SE'. 4 10 MARCH dl : /dAILINO-4 EFFFXITIVB ..fin.llDabama :
Unlike till other crops, the I rove Miami uionx.. Watts and .frlnA . . . .. 2 Slip KEY WEST [ Le'we Mlhml MOIIH. NV ndji. ana Frlfl .. ... ..1131p =::. MASON': &:, Co.
4 falls fruit 'acoouui 11'ivi> N aH..au 'I'UHH.. Thus. and 5 its . .. HOOi8OJp AiHveKoy, VVvHt. l'ueaTlms and Sats . .. ::1100\1\
pineapple never to on Islands. Leuvt4NnwxmTusa.l'hur.sndeats. . .. Florida. Leave Key W M Tito.. Thue.andeats.. .. 8uup
( of dry weather, nonloBH It suffer from \ Arrive Mixnu' Wn excessive wet. Cold In the only thtnu I BAli+ IMvoCOuME .01.lyA'H.L I : .
that knocks it out, and the caution\ Will Lea ou same ....y.an<1 hoar" a.. fnr Janu..ary.

grower Is now lurfuriag himself by shedding For copy:! of local time card address any Agent.J. Wines Liquors and Cigars

a mitllclunt quantity to lecture hint- ... ST AUGUSTIN5.: FLA.
D. AHNER. A" t. Gen. P. A Kent. ,
sell In C.UIU of a calamity like that which = =_. -. - .. ----...
L befell us In I the winter of IH..O.">. Two -- -

. acres Mheddeil, In tilt event of a freeze, mjfwlll defines a modern society pIa I Foz-n..c:1a.1.o: :I"uro; B.yc.III..tllled .
k Is worth. Juct about ns much as five acres of sin of % VESTIBULED '
us "an ounce it pound sorrow ,
1 under noiuml conditions.The and a plat of chestnuts." Seaboard Air Line R'y. by Ferndale Distilling Co., Second District of Kentucky; aged ID

business in in Insures his waiehoiistf boated waiehouse, and aboolute pure and free from, all adulteration. These goodsare
-- - - liMITEDUoexcelled,
and 1tenlll-tbe wise pineapple I pronounced by all connoisseurs to be without nn equal) and are regarded by the
Service from\ Flnrldato
grower dons likewise-.lmply protects medical faculty'tin' superior to all others for the of invalids.
tine
himself in case of accident or disaster.W. T eI I ftfl I TRA, NS all Points NORTH, EAST ami WEST:
It. IlARDKE. Yr FERNDALK RYE Is put up in plain cases containing no marks' whatever, FOUR

Lots of DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE KICIIMONI, FULL QUARTS in each case, and delivered to you. all charges prepaid, at the.ful-;

Children Inherit feeble digestive; peoplehave : WASHINGTON. lowing prices per case:

power and colic of U moieorless severe Two trains dally between 7'ampaJack- ISAI/TIMORE, Ferndalo A, 7 ;tears old, $3.20. Ferndale A A, ffi years old, $3.70.

character results, when food is taken thin sonville, Savannah and Columbia carry. Ferndale, A A A, 10 years old\ \, $4.20.( Money refunded Is not entirely satisfied.
i which Is at all difficult todlgest. White's hair. Perhaps Ing'Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping! ( FIIILADELPIIIA

{ Cream Vermifuge acts as a general; and theirparents Curs through to New. York. and NI2W YO1UC. HARRY: :MASON: : : &: cc'-
permanent tonic Price 25c. Wilson <&: Son.
( Through: Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louis via Montlcello and State Ajjents.; 801-307-300-311 West Bay Sheet Mason Block.

Montgomery, making connections for Kansas City, Chicago and all points In the JACKSONVILLE .. FLORIDA I
FLORIDA ORANGE INDUSTRY.
.
1 yl had thin Northwest. Through sleeping car service between Jacksonville and New

hair Orleans, via River Junction and Pensacola Full Information on application -
'per
For this most delicious all fruit HAIR ; to any agent of this company. FOR

Jacksonville Is undoubtedly the greatest haps their R. E. T- BUNCH Gen Pass. Agt. A. O. MAcDONELL, Astt. Gen. Psss. Agt. $3.20. . .

f market In the world, say Editor Agnus children have thin Portsmouth, Virginia.! Jacksonville, Fla.

of the Baltimore American. We visiteda .. Sent to us by Express, postofflce order or New York wII1
- -"- - -- ---- ---- --- - - -- -- Exchange, we
hair. But this does
shipper, who allowed us as many varieties send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,

of France a* characterize and the grape products not make it necessary . ., Dixie .Flyer! Route e,, el FOUR FULL QUARTSOf
_ certainly no locality can
produce or larger orange for them to have thin
find PULLMAN'8.FINEST VESTIBUI.ED BUFFET CARS
Double dally trains, with ,
thaa those we here. I was surprised l the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
to learn that the seedless orange Is not hair.One I --:-Through without change-- >. ,

raised In Florida, that particular\ variety JACKSONVILLE, FiA TO NASHVILLE': ST. LOUIS AND :JCIIICAOO.

being the special product of California. I thing -Close connections made In Union Depots 'tOI'n, i' Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey

t The finest orange section around here Is LOUISVILLE, CINCINNATI, MEMPHIS and all points West- and NorthWe. t.

I known as the Indian River section. The you Be sure that your ticket reads 'via *. -

fruit grown on these plantation is not may I WESTERN ATLANTIC RAILROAD, and NASHVILLE, C.HATTANOOOA. ment.) aWoeno PLAIN c get IYNCR teMt Et'If DO It le not uatlnfactory I tfthat will avoid all OOllld
large but Is of delicious flavor, Juicy wilt return OUR EXPENSE
; very Main A ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.For ,our t3.10 cheerfully refunded. ThlB
and flee from the substance rely We Whlnkey t'l a. any $a.m CO""I. In the market.
fibrous
so Information relative to rates, schedules etc., write to... doing hnsineee In this rlivy fon the ame.tand for lRony'lt.bo dlAtanc hoa..... RSa
noticeable
In of the other .
some varieties. REI.UTATIUN over au YEARS, sad .. tO our Ime
upon T. M. DQYLE Fla. Paa Agt Jacksonville Fla. I'ON81BILlTY AND
; for honest
The firm which I have alluded does dealing, refer or to
to a vie C. E. HARSIANVG; Pass. Agt. II..F. SMITII,' Traffic, Manager. the editor> of this paper. you to any merchant hero [
trade In the boxes
great shipping purchased ''
Nashville Tenn.
Oa. ,
by visitors, who have them sent Atlanta, SOLOMON A: LEVI,

to their friends la localities where the -- ., 1028 A: 1030 First Avenue,
1 orange is not grown. Incredible as It makes the hair healthy P. O. Box No. 33.
I
may seem, one has to pay at least double and vigorous ; makesit Do You Intend ? BIRMINGHAM, ALA.

fora box of oranges here, and If comment I .' thick and Building PANYJ'NOTICE but i-W.to points pay on Epres.line. Charges of to alt polntll reached by "SOU'TIIJIRN: EXPRESS CON
is made the smiles and grow other Exprr., '
shipper blandly Southern Ioa.,,... Company traast..n to r.lnl..al", w. prepar otty to 1)oC when
I said other .....
ays: "Ah, but this Is the Indian River long. It cures dandruff -I' CompaoJ'. .I
fruit the doubtless. : ==
of Floridians
pride remember tbat the largest stock and beat grade ot lumber, as well
also. If so, as
adding that If there la short this : -2AS.
favorite; a crop$10 and building material of all kinds. Including: Illicit I.lme, CemeDt. Sub. Doors :BZIV'M: & 00su. !,

$12 a box.Regarding variety. readily brings I I It always restores and Blinds, Paints, Oils; Coal Tar, Builders' Hardware, etc., are sold by.... 51?. .* SI MT. Bay JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA. .

the wholesale trade jut color'to gray hair-; '
GEORGE F" :PADDYSC1>:N"
.
think of an industry that has taken a all the dark rich colorof
,
.
EAU OALLJE, FLORIDA.
from boxes the
Jump 100,000 in seventies
life. There is
to 6,600,000 In 1803. And this I I. only early -- - --- -- -
one of the products of this favored Htate. no longer need of
Planters declare there is no proof that MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

the orange Is Indigenous: to Florida and your looking old before

express the belief that It came with tbe your time. Florida few York,

early European occupation. The great Philadelphia and Boston.

terror of the giowera is tbe extreme cold ta.oo a fcottl. AH dm.|'.'". From Brunswick (direct),to New York. 1g y l4 M

and freezing weather, that, fortunate for .
them visits this Ai k. ,rt.frv restoring enter SSE1fPJCR SERTICE.To .
southern
State at o"
only t> the lialr Ayers Hair .
very long intervals The plantations are Vigor bM no equal. I baa always make eonoootlons with (teamen. tear JaoknonvtlleTTnlon
to-day full of vigorous young tree which given m.(,1"'I'feol satisfaction la ( Depot)on Tb..da7S vU(Cnmberland Route) la 20 am.
live promise of every way. (I). Meals en route or "&11 RaU" 741
f greater crops than ever. Mrs.A. )f. RTR RilL.aC.I..11IIIIt" FernanMlDa ItO: p. )
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JlaDmondBportN.T.www. p._. on arrival at Aronawlck go directly aboard ..teamer.Bouinbound .
No one knows the unbearable torture
Ite DtNf.4 FKOFO8KD AIIONG Northbound '
one undergoes from piles unless they are ,

so afflicted. Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment .- Re will' Mad yea a hook on Tie Lv.F.wYorkPlerr141e4IAOp.m., (StandanJ TI_.) ... ...................:rrt.LV'.lIman"... :l* MItis.Hv: ; ;
la free rp pithy,Kar. ..........._. '..............COIX>RAt>O...... .,. Mar.le'now t
a quick, safe and painless cure. n-M and do eat scalp obtain all Upon he b. :11. .......................... .: ........:....... ........ J'rIda", 7t4a. IWMISKEYtUe
Price 50 cents In bottles, tube 75 cents. 1.a ""'" e oC ..... ,..... .................OLORAl1O .....e ................ .. ...rnday. Mar. :29priday
A B. R. Wilson ft Boo, Puo"'" "..... ... ,, r............_..............RIOORAND6.: .. ................-......m...'. 4pr. 5moat'
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1faM. Full
u'wan*. A.W.YT6I1aes .r )W.Daygt.JakaavRh.' Quarts
-the good; results, you will J.S .,......__, ua- Delivered for $3.20'Agent.
find W.ATMaiDALI.e
ADVOCATE an excellent adver
a B.MAUOBT A < .,< wag 8Up andMS Broadway,K.T.
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Professional Cards. The Oldest and BestS St. Augustine.. SOOOfJO WOn'1El -G-O TO-


EO. M. BOBBINS, Havo boon restored to hoalth G. T. BUNTING'SCharlotte
S. S. is Rt. Rev. Bishop Moore, who suffered n
n combination of roots by Lydia E Pinltharn'a Vcgo-
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR and herbs of great: curative powers relapse health slowly.several days ego, I. regaining his tablo ContftC'Jitt: Tbolr lotto ] Street. North of 1'lnzn, ----S T, AUGUSTINE:, FLA. '

AT-LAW. and when taken into the circulation ,-.aro on me&nd provo this -KOIt YOUH-
searches out and Mr. and Mis." Jodfrcy L. Cabot, representing
all
removes mannerof mtatomont to ho a t. ot, not amore
Till practice in State and United States poisons from the one of the oldest families of New
blood withoutthe boast. Whon a ", odl- i
Court. least shock or harm to the system. England Alcazar., are in the city guests the olno has boon suocossful incuring Furniture Mattresses Pillows
\
Office at TITUSVILLB, FLA. On the contrary the general health
begins to improve from the first close Mr. and :Mrs. Wyatt and Mr. and Mrs so many wanton you ,
Kyuu of Prince Edward Island have returned oannot wall may wltSiout trying -
for S. S. S. i U not only a blood purifier, I ,
L. GAULDEN, to this from visit: It "I tfo not taallovo It
but an excellent tonic and strengthens city a pleasant PICTURE FRAMES, MOULDINGS,
to Palm teach I will help ",0.--
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW and builds the constitution
up
,
while purging the blood of impurities. Mr. and Mrs. Charles] W. Scranton E3ra.okets.: "sXT'ira.d.OTTv'Sla.sxd.es: I -
In all the
Will practice Court nf the State
Miss\ Scranton and Miss M. K.
Florida. and the United Status Courts S. S. S. cures all diseases of a Scranton AND FANCY CABINET WARE.
1.0 Box,238. T1TU8VILLB, FLA. blood l poison origin. Cancer Scrofula of New Haven, were recently guests at I' I
the Ponce de Leon
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Money to Loan. 18 Rheumatism Chronic Sores and
Ulcers Eczema, Psoriasis i Salt 1 Hotels] Buckingham, St. George, Magnolia N. Undertaking: Department entirely separate. I

J. WEBB, Rheum Herpes and similar troubles Florida, Algonquin and I'laza, _
and is an infallible cure and the only whose ads. are In the ADVOCATE, .are all

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW antidote for that most horrible disease, doing a tine tourist' business
,
Contagious Blood Poison.A All of our hotels are still pretty well General Machine Shop. I
Will practice la the Courts of the 7th record of nearly fifty :years of crowded, and some of the proprietors are

Ircult. Taxes paid for non-residents successful cures is a record to be proud much pleased with the many kind notices $

pd rents and accounts collected.PITCSVILLE of. S. S. S. is more popular today given them in the ADYOCA.TIC. -Mill and Marine Englno work- i,

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FKORIDA. than ever. It numbers its friends by Mr. :MlddlecofC has returned from Paz

the thousands. Our medical corres- ton, III., and ls,_ now busy planning] for TYPE WRITERS and CASH REGISTERS Small MACHINERY r

D. PENNEY, pondence is larger than ever in the the erection of his new winter home on ,

history of the medicine. Many writeto the lot he recently purchased on Carrora -and 1 devious devices a specialty- I I ,

thank us for the Rreat good s. S. S. treat I
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW h ,- EVERYTHING IN METAL FROM .\ PIN '1'0N ENGINE: BUILT AND I
has done them, while others are seek It. Parsons, Mrs. AV. A. Kussell and ,

ITUSVILLE, .. FLORIDA. ing advice about their cases. All Miss Julia Russell Parsons of New York, Repaired. The finest general! machine shop In the State I
letters receive prompt and careful after a short !stay at the Ponco do Leon? PlNKHAM'SVegetable
in all the have (o Miami to join Jt.V.. Parsons -
Till practice courts of the 7th gone ,
attention. Our have madea -A-IL IEeiEID:: FLLAN:
physicians: :
Judicial of the F, J Circuit.EDERICK. .
life-long I'1tulyof' Blood and Skin Diseases Compound
211; East Altl\mllstl'eet. JACKSONVILLK: FLA.
and better understand such cases Mrs Gllluly, of Brooklyn accompanied ,
hy her pretty and accomplished daughter, I Is a positive cure for all llioao puiuful
than the ordinary practitioner who I
| . MORGAN, Miss Gertrude afternn
illluly, enjoyable
makes of disease. Ailments of Women.
a specialty no one ,
visit to Kockledge is again! at the Map: hc Nation's
are doing great It will entirely cure the worst forms of i
nolia. They will spend the rest of tbelIellIon
[REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Female all Oviiriim, troubles.Inrhttnmillion
Complaints "San Mateo"T
: to s tI ff e rill i K here unit3)lHplncnmuutoof
ulceration .
nod Kulling
Public. SSVe
Notary
through lllO Tomb,and ] Jest Cigar.
Some of our townspeople. ] who have [ rnltHIMIIlPtlt. !
|ollectlons, Typewiitlng, Stenography \ r consulting de seen the nowly-luvuuted pulley block, Spinal 1 \\ OILklL".., and. jiuuuliurly adl 1>ted
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and invite to the I'Aa/iJW\ l.jf(
TITUSVIM.K, FLA. say that Ctipt. J. O. Walton, of Tltun- ., ,,
to write us if have bloodor Your iiipiUoliiu\ ur tl me of terrible Iti'H nil.1i"hn.iln.
you you any .
ville, has millious In It. Your cones- _' testicle Illiium.MHH. .
skin trouble. We make no charge pondent understands It will aoou be on M, K. )ttri.i.rn: .
EO. A. WORLEV, whatever for this service. the market. U.Con..r.1 hi|?( HoHtim MmmBackache. .

THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA QA. The following: clipping, from the Record Why buy (tmported'clgars: made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored with

ATTORNEYATLAW.leneral may apply to other towns along the It has cured more cases of Backache and opium and other drugs: when you can have the pure Florida loaf at a five-cent!
practice in State and Federal I Just Coast, and :your correspondent Leucorrliujn than any other reinoily the price?
1 Courts. All business entrusted will FKEK:: lILOODaud SKIN CURE would] like to see It published in the pink world has ever known. It UalmoHt infalliblein
receive prompt attention. paper: "A prominent real estate dealer such canon. It dissolves and expels FREE BY MAIL TO ANY, Box of 25) 1.00

Seneral Counsel for the 'Tuttle Estate, An Offer Proving Faith. lu tiunveisatton, with a Record reporter, of Tumors development from the, and Uterus check in an any. early tendency stag ADD R ESS....../} Bo ofRO.01.75

Miami. Ulcers oatingRore,, cancers, scrofula stated that his work was trebled by the to cancerous I", nit"'''. _

MIAMI FLORIDA. Itching: skin, scabs and scales] of eczema, residents of the city, who, Instead of sayj ... rYmirVHuiital{ >le (Jnnipountl, removitil S_ W. :eO'7VLE""Z.'
aches and pains in bones, back or joints lug: a good word for the town, Invariably a Flbrnlil Tumor hum my ,
womb after demurs f HI lint to give
AMES ANDREWS, syphilitic blood poison, rotten gumn and pointed out to strangers Imaginary drawbacks relief. M its. li. A, l.. SAN MATED, FLA.
chronic and when a bale. In made to a ....
rheumatism, and all obstinate, 11'cudnln III.
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themselves -- --- - -- -
ATTORNEYATLAW.Jain deep-seated blood troubles are quickly stranger they busy tryingto
cured by taking a few large bottles of make the purchaser dissatisfied. Bearing-down Feeling'Womb
office and postofiica address, TITUSi'iLiB. I Botor Ic Blood Balm. We challenge tbe This Is wrong: and foolli.li. Aside from trouble, cwunliiir pain. weight, and If You Have Not
Branch office at FORT PIERCE. world for a case of blood disease that the falllehooulIlcompcls the busy bodiesto backache' instantly relieved and permnneptly :
prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co. Botonlo Blood Balm will not cure. The tell. It hurts the tuun. Property In cured by Its use Under all clrouin-
cures are permanent and not a patching St. Augustine at the pi CHOI' )t time Is very Itanoes it act in harmony with the laws ,
Publio :
Notary State at .
Large.ATTOUNEY.AT.LAW
up. Is your blood thin? !Skin pale? All cheap, and there Is no possibility' of even that govern the foiualo. HjMtinu, and ia as

rundown? As tired in the morning,: as a blind man getting cheated. Parties harmless- an--I1.'kiwlll'watur.f after Found What You Want.
left me Inkingtbn
*TEPI1EN E. FOSTER, when you went to bed? Pimples? Bolls? purchasing for speculative purposes will .. nomniil bottle. Your ineillulu.. . .
Swollen ,gland or joints? Catarrh? Put never have as good opportunity again, f cured ii,. a bon......tnro failed.Jvf .

rid breath Eruptions? Sores in mouth and those buying/ bomescannot find elsewhere 3 fads niook. ,UN.Uorlmm SARAH Ht.JIOLHTKIK, Lowell M., .... For a Home, suppose you take a trip down and look at our
or throat? If so, your blood Is bad. better surroundings and oondl-
oras 420 and 423 Gardner Building, Blood Balm will make the blood pure t ons at any price, and nowhere property Irregularity, Fruit and Garden Lands along the

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. and rich, heal every sore, stop tbe aches us cheap, all advantages considered. We Suppraiim'l. or Palnl Meimtruutlonii. Weak-
and pains, build up the broken-down have a numberof regular winter residents ness. of the Stomach Indigestion, Bloating, East Coast
W. CRAVEN body, and Invigorates: the old and weak. who have expended considerable money Flooding: Nervous 1'rottration Headache,
Botonto Blood Balm] the only perfect In making their winter homes beautiful General Debility. 1
and magnificent. People of wealth and It U m., nine. I am
blood purifier made. Sold at drug stores. ..- a grunt
DENTIST. refinement not homes In thankful fur the good It has doneme. Settlers are flocking In but still there Is room. If you are
are selecting
$1.00 per ]large bottle, lacludlngcompletedirections. : an Mr.. J. W.J..
H Castle Hall, 111 West Forsyth Street To prove our faith In Blood undesirable locality, and we may rest assured It Carolina Are., looking this way, drop a line to
Balm, a trial bottle given away to suf that when they are so well satisfied Jamaica Plain (Itn.'on.) Ma... 3rd Vlce-Pre-ldent.
JAS. E. INGRAHAM ,
JACKSONVILLE, FLOIIIDA. ferers. For free trial bottle, address others who locate among us will be ,

Blood] Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Don't no]less so. When you meet a stranger Dizziness, Faintness, FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,
hesitate, but write at once describing who Is contemplating making this his Bxtrem Lassitude "don't care" and ,
EORGE ALLEN
W. trouble, and free personal medical ad- winter or permanent home, give him all "want to bo left alone" feeling, excitability ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
vice Blood Balm B. B the Information in your but refrain irritability nervousneM. sleeplessness '
given. ((8. ) cures
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, power1 flatulency, melancholy or the blues. ," and - -
when all else fails. Thoroughly] tested from giving the eye,
KV WEST, FLORIDA. for 30 years. Over 3,000 voluntary testimonials and don't burden your conscience) with backache Female Weakness These, Home are sure derangement Indications of the of PABLO BY THE SEA LIVERY.Turnouts .

[Will practice In the United Statesd of cures using B. B. B. Sold by falsehoods occasioned by petty jealousy Uterus,

| State Courts. 9jun95 B. R. Wilson & Son, druggists.: 22june01: because he did not buy your place." ...., I wa troubleil. with li t SADDLE!: HOUSES
of all ,
.. lleadaehei.. ralntnwM. descriptions ih l
!JID.... Your nieillnliia ,fll..1, I.
When children have earache saturate' else SARAH K. BAGGAGE Transfer I
O. FRIES, C. E. ) : ,
Grapefruit and a piece of cotton with BALLAKD'S Snow Buek !: yl I s.

COUNTY SURVEYOR. Liniment, and place U lu tbe ear. It will The whole ator, bowevrr I I. told In an TRAPS HAULING, Etc.
stop the pain quickly. I'rlce.l:. "> and 60 Illustrated book wlilvh ......with ...<-l> b"ttl ,
{Land legally.urveyed and IIU bodl vldt'd.pplnc cents. II. K. Wilson & Son. .. the mont aom|>l<.|. t..U e on female
Wm. WILKINSON '
,: neatly done. Estimates for Orange Trees. ooiplalnt>over p..bU.h. SURREYS, .
kinds of engineering works. DIs- ;.;;::-K"r eight' yea... I "ltf r With

ted lines a specialty. Miami., .. ured womb by trmible.H... rinkliam'a and was m.dlnuls.Mos. entirely. LAUDAUS, Proprietor.

I,. l..T WNi.Llttletnn .
rusviLLK Brevard Co. FLORIDA.
,
N. H. VICTORIAS Pablo Bench, Fla.!
We still have a fine lot of trees ]left, on .
Henry J. Anthony is around again, after
S. BURNIIAM, M. D. both. SOUR ORANGE and ROUGH au attack of la. grippe. Kidney Complaintsand MHM>> 4H>C>>tHM < <
LEMONtook, and will be Kind: to quote Backache. of ."h,,r sea the Vegetable I
lowest prices for dish orders to those :Mayor J. B. Kelllv and! wife seem to Oomnontnl I always r>nr .. '

SURGEON and SPECIALIST, who Intend planting: out groves.Now enjoy their trips to Palm Beach. Dlnbliam' H The pound Vegetable I"| tfllll by Com-all Nine- II1ERBINE.I I ,

Ear, Nose and Throat is the time to place your order Manager Henry Merrill has certainly] Ljoli t. I yrugg\ft:\ '' ar nlh
for GRAFTED: TREKS GROWN TO don liter Pllll cure I mall,Tin fnrni .
wonderful tourist business Ibis
[EST PALM BleACH, FLORIDA.rirginiaHomes. ORDER, for next fall planting. winter n CoIIIPplllon{ esl or, Lose t of ,ea Ale.. on r. Tenths __ -

Write for further information, which Slot HeidlOhS.25fl. d rr 'po'dMNI'ee4on.rr.d. ,
will be cheerfully given. Elbert Froscher, as manager of the of Pure Juices from Natural Roots. 1
C ixiuo, Is doing,: very nicely, as well as Ton nay address 10.trlote.,.niindenne, : ,
O. W. Conner making/ many friends. LDIA B. riaKHAX .&D. W., ..,... *- t

Proprietor Ocklawaha] Nurseries. Mr. and Mrs. Curry and family, who : : all thePeople the Liver Stomach and Bowels

I'resentaddreesI TANGERINE: FLA. have boon guests of their C. Ii Oarrhsld. for some time, have r.. A Sample copy of one of the best farm the System, Purifies the Blood. :

You learn all about Virginia Lands, turned to Key West. free If will send .
published, you
Ilts resources pixnlucts, mode of ouljtlvatlon Towers' Hardware Co. papers \ Suffer j
Lit the of the ADVOCATB'H S Malaria Biliousness Constipation
prices etc., by reading the appearance your name on a postal card, mentioningthis CUR :
columns it looks If It fairway
as wait un a
(Virginia 3 months Farmer.subscription Send to lOcts.ifor the to prosperity Advertisers soon paper. from a Stomach and Impaired Digestion. :

I discover II good medium to( advertise In. TUB PLOWBOV Co.
,
Farmer
Co. Va.
Emporia, ,
E. A. Waddell, our real] estate agent, Atlanta, Ga.. : : Diseased Every Bottle Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction at

who I. now able to be out again after an L.A. GIfpO""rLJID.. ..1ICA.L.o' O." -J
BO YEARS attack of la. grippe, U doing/ a flourishing I
EXPERIENCE real estate business. One of his last gale Liver.rrle.'s
and Most Com.
was .flue piece of land owned by Capt. The Largest Prepared by JAMES r. BALLARD St. Look Me.
Filer. olate Establishment South.
I .
Miami will soon have a flue court house. -t
Tl>.. building Is to cost about $10,000' ; CEO S, HACKER & SON.

and will be erected on a ]lot presented tu Nets.

i the county by fl, M. Flagler.;] The lot is Fishing
TDAOE: MARKS 300 feet square; Is located little\ to the a
DeSIGNSCopvmauTa west of the center of the city and Is Vi
i, . Ac.Anrone worth about 410,000. I
.enrltng a..keh and dMCTirtlon mar
nlnslr' nsnertsln 0".01,1111"u ,rM wbethre sanv.nrlnn -
strictly I.prnbnhl"r."Ienl.&hln., Commtinirn"P15 "i'1I&1a, . 1 I>enfiie Cannot be Curedby
i"in, free. lil.lo.t. "".on,for.eenrliiirpaMimi.. '. <
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I 1'",.,,,* boon tlirnuuh Munn A <.u.reeelyS , local] applications as ther cannot
Iprrial natlti, without chxma, la tae reach the diseased portion of the ear. i
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I Scientific nm rf\an. > There Is only one way to> cure deafness

,, and that Is by constitutional remedies. 1
"nti<1",nini>'lr ninotraro-l. wi,>,.,,.,'v...,. Tnrmwt fir.illun Deafness Is caused by an inflamed condition I
".' tit ..iif ..'ittittlU* ," fl'orniB. f I aft Netting at Factory prices .
". tour month..SI. Bold bjrall rew.ili'.l.rj.JNMCo. Poultry uf the mucus lining of) the Knurach-

( .36areadwey, Hew York 121n. 18 In. 2 J In. 36< la. 48 1 In. CO In. lao tube. When this tube gets Inflamedyou .' a

Branch Ofllc*. ID6: 9 PU Mblumon.Ik U stock hand. have rumbling sound or Imperfect for from 2:1: cents
on
wide. A large make ready use.
and 73: In. hearing, and when U I Is entirely closed MANUFACTURERS We r'lSHIN'O NETS complete up.
and.
sells direct to fishermen
floods
The only house that manufactures of Us own
deafness Is the result, and unless the Inflammation -
Material Sash Doors Blinds
Building Sash Blinds at W1IOLKSALB 1'llICES.
I Y'5DS Can be taken nut and this Doors ,
all kinds of FISHERMEN'S!: 8UITLIE3.CATALOOUE : .
WE ARK UEADQrAKTF.IW( for :
Paints and Oils.! Cook Stoves. tub restored to Its normal condition
FREE: MEND FOR ONE.
hearing will be destroyed: forever; nine Muldiogft! : Building Material. ,
PLOWS OF EVERY DESCRIi'1ION.Tinware cusses out of ten are caused by e-ttarrh, The Chicago Net and Twine Co.

Youknow Agricultural Implements, which nothing bat an Inflamed condition ( ffioe it: Warerooms. King, opposite
plantingwh.n whatyou're Uoiisa Furnishings, Ere. of the mucous surfaces.Wewlllgive Cannon Street.Charleston I 711 @I &M: K. Indiana Street. . Chicago Illinois. _
One Hundred Dollar for ..
Ferry's dowla.you If plant you Write for prices before buying. any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) S. C. 1- WHITE'S CREAMVERMIFUGE---- ,

buy cheap .e.dm yon cant 38 East nay St., that! cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh I

be(ore. Take no chances- JACKSONVILLE. - - 17.A.WANTED..Capable Cure. Hand for circulars, free.F. Cord and \iV MS.1 !
fei Ferry's. Dealer* T rywben J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O. Sash Weights, I .
Mil UMIB. Write .n"able ....noalD every S3T Sold br druggist 73cis.Hairs -.M Isstlq. -' Fsl 1.ttu.llry.

tot iv'l rod Aairoal count au rapreMnl, ; ,Urge:MI.alary ouiniway per year of, suUdass.ael.lrepasston ntyr Family PlJls are the best.Foley's Hardware. Le TSTffc Hem les. t
slWld free liar i
M
abk weekly. ;tiJ p.. day; abaolotcly .dry anil all For YSU3:
lr.M. nmrr a co... .".... _ of lacy 11..aael1*, n3Mi...rls IIaIa"J Honey any Tar Window and Fancy Clas .0.0:111 .3iY ,AJ.aEa; : : n VGlfpC :JtTIO. I a]

..tree.Mkk no aiiraacwi e..,b _II. BTANIV rn..{.d br.A JAME8 F. BALLAnn, ft-tSHlSa'
l"lD noe HOfSK.money_ a-rboni 8C.,Chicago. my3 heals Jungs mad stop*the cough. A SPECIALTY.

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Mr. and Mrs <43prague; of Scranton, By Honest first-class Ice
I AWBBKI.T JOURNAL DBVOTBD TO TBB DBTBOrMBlfT .- Pa., are enjoying; the beautiful scenery;; The only
0V THB IMDI-a.ll B1VBB, L4aa of Kockledge and the comforts of Hole
chests and refrigerators on
t I WOBTB AJTO BI8OAVMB BAY SKCT1O1IS. Indian River. !,i!I of q r
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j Mra. J. II. Thompson and maid, from JJS the market, with all the I
!, PUBLISHED EVERY FBIDAT.CBABLB Chicago, accompanied by her eon, Pay p fill''+I l;iH x41 i,
ROD, have returned from a trip down the latest improvements. dplt
I Editor A Publisher. coast, to,) the Indian Kiver. i
tI Ii H. WALTON Methods and
r Mrs. Lucy B. Smith of St. Louis, Mo.,
1i ', Discontinuance of assts.-moat be made per. accompanied by Miss Louisa lieall, a tI CHARCOAL SHEATH- ,
onally at this olllce or by writing. charming; society girl of West VirgUia,
are at the Hotel Indian River. I ISO LINES !

Check,etc., may be made payable to CnARi.it Our floe and up-to-date hotels are fall ({I I {

H. WALTON,jmbllHlier. to overflowing, and tho remark Is madeon GALVANIZED IKONSHELVES

almost every Hide, "Wliat a dellgh AND "
Idress all communications to fill place Rockledge Is to upend the, Good'Values. IlL
iti COA'S'l' wluter."
EAST ADVOCATE l
LINEING.DOUBLE
. INSIDE
Ali 1 i TITUS VH.LB, Two ladles, who for their genial; I ways, dlulililltii ; I ; k+""

-- .,.- ----- ,.-, FLORmA- are making for themselves many friend 1 DOORS ON"
f at the Hotel Indian River, are Mm." W. \
U. S. epartmciit of Agriculture K. untie, of Jacksonville, and Miss Edla TOP. LOCK OX LOWER I

Weather Iturenu-Jupiter, Flu Hindi, of Philadelphia. )
r That's How Wo Expect to do a Greater
Mr. I). S. Acker of the firm of Finley, DOORS: I
tl!$ The following; is a comparative statement Acker & Co., wholesale grocers of I'hll.
of temperature and rainfall for the his frlend, Mr /
ndelpliln, accompanied by
l week ending, 'rue day, Mar 19,1001. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AXD PRICE 1. I I- ,I
Morris Theoboltl, a wholesale dealer Spring Business than ever before,
1IMIO\ In clRais from the same city, is at the -We also carry a complete line of the---
DATE. MAX. JIliN. MAX. MIN Hotel Indian River.
13 7\1\ 113 71 05 "" crutl'
0do..1e"s Rcf'l..i ''''
t 14 82 67 77 01Iii The most popular man, by far, now Gclchrnted '
I 71 &8 77 02 making the Indian River hotel his home
"We
take with
advantage and share the benefit
)6 02:! 44 72:! Oi: U the Hon. R. Jt. Vreeland. Congressman opportunities iVrite us for prices on anything in our line.FURNITURE .

17 no 41 U7 art from the !l4th district, New York. our customers. Our newest and best proposition is a most remarkable -
i 18 71 411 71 02: The Congressman is an expert billiardis E.: F of OL.A.I.: 01.F:
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I If 74 06 70 (15(I and tennis player. range of striking styles in.,.

I !I Total rainfall for the week: .52 Oranges, and such oranges an can be CARPETS, MATTING and HOUSE FURNISHINGS
E'' Departure from normal rainfall for the found nowhere else In the world have ,
week: plus .03! inches. Departure been as plentiful-as far as the Rock- Jaoltsonvillo: : JJi8J.a.
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from normal rainfall since January 1, lodge hotel guests arc. concerned-as be. Mens Suits at 7.50. Over 50 styles to select from. __.. ,___ u
i plus 3.43 Inched. fore the freeze of 05; ; and In a few more

11 HAL. P. IlAiiniN, Observer. years the shipments" of oranges will beaJ Till SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY

._ large as ever ,
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G A great deal Interest was manifest. Every suit absolutely all wool. Most of them tailored and made in
: MR. CARNEGIE!: continues to give ed In the tennis tournament between the
&, This time he has contributed $Gt ,- Indian River and New Kockledge hotels. the famous Vital Brand style of manufacture. 1"e''*don't believe Wood Coal Cote Brick Lime Cement
charitable and It resulted in a defeat for the New Kock ,
t 000,000 to purposes, ledge, the champion being K. B. Vree- you can get a suit anywhere to'l'qunl our offerings for lean than $10. -!-I _
4 that he will Such
says give more. i land of Washington D C.;who was delighted *.1'
I" men are a blessing to the,. whole' with the prize cup. Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick
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r country. The sacred concert Sunday evening Our stork of Men's and Youth's Furnishings is full to overflowingwith

I was made more entertaining than usual new and seasonable goods. Ladles' and Aliases' new Oxfords, Offices foot of Street Jacksonville Florida. 202j
Telephone No.
THE war tax will, after June the by leveral vocal selections beautifully!; Hogan ,
rendered by Miss Root, when has a con factory made and up-to-date. Men's and Boys' Shoes in all the up
30th be taken off the
following: tralto voice of rare excellence, and Mrs J. MUNNEKLYN( General Manager.McMurray ; .

Telegram checks, money orders, M.I II. Lnlmbeer whose rich soprano lathe -to-date factory made styles. We still are exclusive agents for the .. ..
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express receipts leases promissary delight of the guests of the house.
1 Shoes better. New 'and Men's Hats in the :
Douglass none nobby ,
notes, mortgages,insurance policies, Mrs. Wm. H. Nearing of Brooklyn, Is i
and real estate conveyances where a charming addition to the life at the Straw, Alpine and stilt styles. & Baker

the consideration is under $2,500. Hotel Indian River. Mrs. Nearing, accompanied I ,
i by Miss C. Van Note, of
Lakewood-N J., recently took a trip to 220 and 222 East
THE shipping of pineapples will Palm Beach. Both ladies were dellghtet COllie to us for anything you may need and get It at a price: you cars Buy Mohawk Block. Jacksonville Flu

and the East Coast will with their visit, and have returned to Headquarters for-
soon begin, Rockledge for the rest of the season. afford to pay. Special attention given to mail orders.

present From its.usual all bustle and activ-the The benefit hop tendered to the Indian Material Vehicles Harness.
a ity. appearances Wagon Bicycles
River hotel orchestra by the of
guests ,
crop will be a large one, and that the hotel, Saturday, wa largely attend 'R. W. Rhodes ,
_
means prosperity for the shippers .,d and proved a HucoeoH |In every way and Sundries.,
and good times generally. Florid Noticeable among the 'ladles! who, were

!,1 is smiling and contented and the beautifully, gowned! were Miss Kulii Opposite the bank Titusville. "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on your wheel
Hindi, of Philsdelphta Mm. Halle, OJ -
I freezes of six years ago are almost Jacksonville Miss L"nUn of W U. at short notice.
; Ken\\, "
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forgotten. bung, W. Va., and others. --- ------ ---- -- ---- -- ---- --- ----- -- -

------ A great( deal) of di.cu..>.l<>n has been MAINHARD BROS. :'{ t a= aJ'Ja--ea--oe3 u .13- E

DUNCAN U. Fletcher has been ifofng on at Kockludge an to which 01 Citizen's Barber Shop.AI r
the launches Is the mo-a
practically forced into the mayor and private Tuesday It was Bottled beyond Hpcedy.! all hair ( iittlnur, :Shaving, Gleaning and Dyeing .The Froebel!
his friendc. We I I IA
1' ality race by are question.! The launches tniyd.i, Volunteer MiampooiiiK etc., Porcelain' Until Tubs. Academy. Ir
not how Col. Fletcher and Manhattan had nn excliluir trig el .
sure just Everything: lip-to-dale reasonable., rates Estnblish Mient, I 12 Newuan :St... Clothing Inn
I stands with the people of Jacksonville of their speed, and the Volunteer, JudeLalmbeer cleaned dyed, rep tired Mod pressed.JACKSONVILLEFL .
I. II. COLKMAN: Proprietor.
but know if Titusville managing; It, won by a ICoofmlujotln. Fla. r Modern High School and Boarding School, I
we that The banks of the liver were L 12 :Main street Jacksonville, \.

could decide I the contest Col.,Fletcher hued with people.Mr. .. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
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would win by a big majority. : J B. Thompson of Anbury Park, r- Apply lor
There is no more honorable able N. J., and Mr. Monroe Hmllh t: of Uelmar, JAMBS PitrrciiAKD, President; WM. M. Biiows, Vioe-Presideut. I catalogue to I

? man in the State' of Florida than N. .1., bulb guests, i>f' the\ Indian River| C. S. SCHUTI.EH Cashier. PEt.C: >F. J. :EJ:. :E3EPPLJIE1.: : : : .

? Duncan U. .Fletcher! hotel, have been elaborating! on their re- |L| PRINCIPAL. ". 1'j'
E "l>eotl/e ability an speedy swimmers INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
Wednesday> morning the !guests, of the :.w-.w-: ;=+--f: Q'Q --( ---;.....-:
THE sheriffs and police officers. house proposed t they should nettle Itby ---
A contest The chilly aspect of the --
organlztition met for the first timein water did not dampen the ardor ,of the COUNTY DEPOSITORY. THE '
its history, at Jacksonville on two euthiiolHRlH. The swim was to the r- Authorized capital, $1OOCOO WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE

March the 14th. Organization is a >..noon and bnnk, a distance of two miles. r Paid up capital - $25OOO ,

1 good thing, and our police officers, 10 Smith a hundred proved feet his ahead superiority of his by antagou-coming Average deposits, $100,000] Patented In the United States Great Britain and Canada.
above all other should In
men, be let of
amid the cheers the crowd that
harmony and actively alert for the Ined the banks and followed them la I Transacts a General Banking PRICE, $4.00 and 8.00 EACH. Should be used by every Boat Builder In the U.S. j
protection and welfare of our citi- oats.
} In Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders
zens. We are glad the movement """ In Off United States.

r has been made, and hope the organ. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. I Bosiness, For Sale by t
t i
izatlon will be complete and effec- Jas. Pritchard &

tive. The conditions NEW ORLEANS here, March are such 20. 1001.that I Largest and Oldest Bank on the River. TITUSVILLE, .UrV FLORIDA.SEE .

shippers can forward In larger/ quantities _Exchange' bought and sold. on all Foreign THE TESTIMONIALS FROM: PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS.
THE Florida East Coast Railway ) to this market and feel, safe that the t, a.1': Countries.Patronageappreciated.--
has determined prices will be about as we have quoted Prompt service, polite
to continue threeof t
depending altogether on the probability Ireatnivoi sod every favor uoiwlstsnt with oonerraciva -
I its' fast trains until the 26th of. of regular shipments here If however I II ., 4 ( banking granted.CORRESPONDBNT91 WATCHES CLOCKS
April. We -are glad to see that the arrival are heavy one day and none 'J t ,:( ,
tourists have the next it bas a tendency; to domoral- i i r ., Seaboard National Hank of New o York and
at last learned that Ize prices. L:.:' ...:..r.- ,.:___. National Bank of Jacksonville Fla.TITUSVILLE i
1 Florida springs are Just as delightful Green peppers okra and quash are FLA. tin Jewelry Diamonds
,
as Florida wlnten. The Florida wanted badly. Refer to our quotationson I
I I East Coast C. -- _.. --- .._ -- --- ---
has --
Souvenir
Railway Company page ; a Wedding Rings and Present, j

acted wisely in extending the time, II. J. LAUX A Co. .. I __ __ _,_, .. _...-.....-'r._ __ ,..ryea. _\ Waltham Watches, etc.
I and thus enabling our winter visitors (
Death.of ]\ '". XDIS.
to remain until the sloppy, die. FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING

agreeable season at the north has Mr. John Koenlg the husband of --, ----'-
passed away. Now let the tourist Mrs. William Treutler's sinter, Augusta, Watch A SPECIALTY.
died at 3U West Harrison street Chicago inspector tor Plant System, and also for R'J.
take his .. Jacksonville A; Southwestern
tackle and
fishing shotgun
up oa March 14th 1001 aged over 73: Spectacles and EyeKlasse;
and the nlll at:, s Charge paid one way. R. J. BILES,
repair to woods again. lean' and was burled to Rose Hill Cem f la
There I is nothing to hurry them. etery on March 17th. Ills family s'.ill 223: W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE.O. FL- .
__Iw him his -- ----
surviving are wife Augusta 1
and Ida and Minnie Koenlg, his daugh-

GEN. BENJAMIN HARRISON soldier ten, and Herman Koenlg his son I' L. EENE
'
'It seems to have been the- will of the Id ti. a
I-J and statesman passed away at his Lll-wlso Ruler to call from their homes ,
home in Indianapolis on March the the husbands of both Mrs. Treutler' Dress Goods

13th. Ex-President Harrison was of Eau Gallic and Mrs. Koenlg of Chicago Prom FIII F Trimmings Millinery Notions i
a conspicuous figure In our national sisters at nearly the same time ,
and the heartfelt sympathies of all friends
life at an early age. When the are extended to both families In It.)., Laces Gloves, U.nWllas, and M.tt.lal. for Fancy; Work. r
war between the States commencedhe their hour of trouble.

allied himself with the Union A. FRIICXD. GEORGE MARX. JOHN :MARX. Prompt attention given to mail orders. '

army, and at once took a high stand This I.
in military circles. For many years House for Sale.A ] v12h: ; :E3Et: <>S.. one of the oldest and OIUI
after the close of the war he was nine room house nicely; finished Patterns and Style.

closely identified with the politicsof and In good condition, !located near the Wholesale Dealer! In 101 Wost liar Street, corner of I ""
his State, and finally began to court house on the corner of Palm and PRODUCE. 'aJACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,
attract attention throughout the Palmetto 8U. Apply on premises or to GROCERIES, FRUIT AND ..
M. 1>. L. DODSOIT, .
I nation as a wise and sagacious Fla. '
t talesman. In 1888 be was elected TUusvllle, 1S1 Md las **** De7 Street and 0 .Dd.N......street, Watches AND .

President of the United States, and If In poor health consult Dr. 'V hceat. JA.CKSONVILLE. F'.A.. Jewelry.
made one of the best the country Mohawk building Jacksonville Fla.

has ever had. In the death of Gen. Notice.NOT1C ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY. The ALIGATOR old established Watch and Jewell''' bualoeu, THE Gt>LDEN

Harrison the nation has lost a great baa removed from the
old .
'' aoan and an honored citizen. Grad *: IS HXKKBY-GIVEN THAT WILL to 417 West Bal and, S Wed Bay; street;
a We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas; ,Street, on the same
aide
Honorable A.D. l'suosy CountyJade of
o
ually the old land marks are passing of Bravsrd County, rlarltU, ov guaranteed genuine' W.also carry a full line of Bay; Grain and Feed. We war n.eler's Dote! block. the street, ID the

away. Will the new men who April widow the fir.1f.Ut II Prras to.ny alter Dower and MtaAtn being..w-as your Oranges and Yegeteblee. ,Give us a trial and yon will be pleased. Established 10 1873. Addreu,

ii 4' are now guiding the ship of State tHIrd portion of the psraoul.UtM m.T. y busbanyJ . ; MARX BROTHERS Jacksonville Fl*. ...L01TJS J:. ST:
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do as well a.dt.d posaeessdtt 110 h1 TS..
1itigLY LrlUCE. ff We only Sell to Dealers. ..... MAIN STREET 2Dd door flom
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EA ST COAST ADVOCATE, l\IARCII 22, 1901, 6


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|f. E. H. ARMSTRONG, Eden.-. H. ]I. LAUX & ? I'I THE SOUTHERN FRUIT CO.


EYE SPECIALIST. Mrs A. t>. Merwln Is entertaining her

aunt, Mr Pierce, and Miss Chase, of Florida Products a Specialty Send IIH your: orders for Heed Potatoes., AVo keep all varieties.
Providence i
K. I. I 211 New Orleans La.
poydras, ,
Invitations BIO out for a grand masquerade : _, ,- I Wholesale :Fruit and Produce Merchants. r ;

ball at Fort Pierce on the 2th! By Telegraph :

given by the Masons. i :NEW ORLEANS, Msr. 2lth, 1001.( bI We pay ciish for nil fruits and vegetables, or receive ou commission,

Mis. M. II. Gtldley one of the most I I Special to ADVOCATE readers : I giving shipper the buncllt of the mnikot.iMtoMivr .
s Tomatoes :.!: to 2 73 Choice .1.11010:
popular of Fancy (scaioe) $2.25: ; (bettorguupl) '
our winter visitors left last
Fnday for Jacksonville.! 2.1Oreen) Beans : (Market bare) :'UK to 400. Eggplant: (belter mippl) ) 1 itirruuxs. oitl>iits FULII, ) ut LUWIHT IMCICK&

IQI 2.50/ to Ct.fiO./ Peppers : (scaicr) 2,OO to 2,fiO. !Squash: : (oaice) 2.50 to [ -Wo witutTOMATOKS 1

There have been many guests at the :aoo.) 1'lnenpples : Spanish Ked., 3.''j\( to 0.00; Smooth Cayenne, lilt lo LIMES: PIXKAPPI.ES] 11AN.tNAS,000OANU't'4LEMONS: ii
Netherby the pant week. !Senator Proctor 11.00. Okra : 2.50 to 3,00.
of Vermout, among the number I Okra : In demand, sells readily Peppers: good demand. Beans : wanted 1 I ORANGES, OUAVAS, APPLKS. POTATOES, ONIONS C1 I.] HY, I il-

l badly. Squash: continue scarce. Tomatoes: If leally choice I1l'adl.tlIh l'OliIrHYNII E(1( $. Addu-KS, I
) ;
iWe correct ,all canes of simple and Mr Nicholas Young ami wife, of Wash
out culls will sell probably better than quotations Warm Heather admits
,
1
ington; D. C. aiilvod THE SOUTHERN FRUIT
:
npound refraction of the icliev- Sunday nlgbtfor a COMPANY
eyes, visit \of heavier shipments % H. J" LAUX A CO. f'a I
to Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Hob I Dlil>O,
; all nerve and eye strain; headaches 10 anti 12 Bridge Street JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
--r--: )ooooteto(
I often sick Btomach.! A scientific The ever popular trnde-boat Merchant;,
with -" -- - -- - ---- -

[a ml nation made before fitting glasses; several Capt.days Michael hcie. the In first command of the week., spent A. TtnVN EN}). ESTABLISHED:! 1870. Ad.I.llllIo"n: "

i Carry tho largest optical stock la the C, H MILLH. Telephone JW.I, ATLANTIC BEACH.
Ilev L. J.
Sawyer conducted service In
also do ]
the
bite. We largest optical the (
'ongicg.ulon.il chuich for the lust
Hiness. Repair woik.by mall piomptEattendud time since his illness, much to the pleasure Townsend & Mills

to. Address hear of him.I the large audience gathered to The New Seaside Resort of (the South. t 16 Miles from Jacksonville.


jDr.LH. ARMSTRONG, Specialist. VTo would like to say. something: about General Commission Merchants and Shippers

Claiko's Pharmacy, "spiing( spring gentle; 8|>ilug," but are
|W Bay streetJackeodville! Fla. in afraid for fear Jack Frost will yet nip us Property of the Florida East Coast Railway.
the
bud. The trees all
orange are in ,
-- -- bloom SOUTH UN FKl'ITS AND VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY.
likewise the guavas; mangos and The niOHt popular| seaside resort! In tho Houth. y
everything else, but we won't mention Ic. .
Jensen. NO. 121 DOCK STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Lots fronting the ocean aiul ltOuc'nrcJl4 now
J. O. Files, 'Rrevard's grand old man,' REFERENCES : .

has been spending: a week In this part of 8lxth NationAl Bank I'lilluclolpllla j Mercantile Ainuirlni. ,rend, the trade' ireuornlly.. Momtier' of offered for stale. Special; ] prices for next :'t<) days.
J. W. Mosler and B. F. Hull have rently the county, getting our lines straightened I'litlailaliihla, froiliico ":x"IIAnlFI.O'UItA: HKKKUhM: : W .. Richards. , KileiH: ,...; Manatee -
bought: homos and are now eiect- out, and scattering sunshine wherever 1elllon Co.,I'tilmelto. "'la,jan' Taylor Ualne,vlll t'111. ; Fruit Growers Un".... Anthony, 1'1 1... Couxtlari.d-3uchmari'\ : : :: : : : .Agt.

; stables for their comfort. he We feel cheered ,-.
always
goes. after -
up --- .
23: Hogan street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA..
T. Carrow who Is to be one of his breezy visits and sincerely 5
of
manager _ __
hope ho will be the only fieezewe will Eau Gallie. Georgiana. h
new store of F. Wills, has arrived, .
have this
1 1111 putting things In order for open- year. 1} H

? up the stock of goods which will ar- The Card Club was very pleasantly\ en- Orange a showing In giont Uuy Simmons made a business trip to

e sholtly tertained by Mr, and Mrs W F. Ulehaidn profusion. Cocoa and return, Monday. .

,Vltb became the progress: of our town a notary and ,refreshments last Thursday, evening.music was After In order.Mis. curds. Large; catches of fish were shipped Quite a number of our people attendedthe Di-g--i

bile a himself necessity with so G. K Coonprepul'ell A. D. Meiwln and Mis. Amy Blake from here, this week. picnic at Indlanola, last Friday, and,, GOOD
necessary enjoyed It Immensely, t:" SOAPI'w
piano solos followed Messis.
Inp, and can do business with neatness gave by II. The guild entertainment comes oft on
1 despatch. W. and W. F. Richards with a vocal duet, Friday (today). 1'aitlculius in the next Mr. Joe Smith and wife, of DeLand for
which was received with much applause. Issue of thin have been visiting, B. Carter anti fam
1 paper "
The Jensen hotel ]has bad a most pros- S. F. Webb then sang an Irish comic ily. They returned home Monday HARD WATER

one season, Mine Host Jensen having/ song as only Sam: can. A. 1). Merwln The Rat, Alex Near's sharpie was
pn compelled to turn off people many followed with a solo, after which the charteted by Melbourne parties last J. W. 15runer received a telegram informing C 4P WORJfrIJ-.lACK.uwmU"' ,
)IOS. Many of the traveling men who I singing was general; -college soVigs, glees, week for a trip to Palm Beach and Mi him that his last shipment ol

(allover the State, say that there Is and negro: melodies following: in quick ami. green: beans ]had sold for $t per crate. ,

pre business activity here than In nine- succession, and of course everybody hada Parties to Lake Washington; are of almost Pretty good price. .

Itbs of the towns In Florida. They are jolly time.Robeitlt. dAily occurence and lots of bass Kev. A. O. Slrderfield\ and :Miss. Hattie

itlcularly struck with the general; ap- are shown as a result of the various 'Thayer Rave an Interesting lecture on Courtenay. South Rockledge.

arance ol the residences through this Watts,of Salem, Mo., writes: trips. what they saw and beard at the Chau-
tlon. They nee none of that "run "I have been troubled with :
kidney diseases tauqua, Sunday evening. The Boors do not seam to know einuf M. C. Salmon is boat-holism
vn at the heel" look that Is character- for the last five and have Two or three handsome new planob building n
a of rural districts generally, Pine doctored with all the leading years physicians, have arrived Eau Gallie-presents for Mesdames Wethey and Wagner were to come In out of the De Wet for Mr Averill.

pies are In a most excellent condition some of the young ladies; and now we passengers on tbe Spartan to Cocoa and '
and have tried nil remedies suggested/:; Our folks are still\ shipping The APOVCATK has a large number of
1 growers are making hay while the without any relief. Finally I tried have music In the air! return, Monday.: They wore also callingon and we will\ tell you how many tlwu..lloli subscribers In this section.

i shines, for when Mr. McKinley gets: Kidney Cure and ]less than two bottles Prof. Adams, of Melbourne spent most their friends In the north end of town boxes they market from this little narrow .
of last week. Hubert Magruder was visiting his father -
oo Wednesday
big friends set up in the 'pineapple cured the belt when they are through.
completely me and I aru sound Of this week In Eau Gallie preparing orange/; last
mesa In Cuba, In the form of a trust, and well." B. K. Wilson &: Hon. musical part of the program for Friday Mr. trine wife, two daughter/; and Dr. Cbas. H lifts Improving from his Major Magnifier, week. "

d a reciprocity treaty, whereby there evening's entertainment In the Eureka grandson; of 1\eum.hlW Is.. are visiting serious accident, lie wan gieatly missed Edmund )Day line tone to Oak Hill tr.-
ill I be no tariff, I It U predicted that we Hall. their friends, Mr. Simmons and family look after ills, business Interests them. .
at Iho picnic, hut his pur wn on duck
ll I be ruled out of Older and sent back Tibbals.
whence do the J. A. Gilbert leave on Monday: next for two weokK. 'I 1 hey arc also seeing after with his mrgaphono lo.tmtneIlit'. people J. J. White, the genial proprietor of
m wo to
came, things
their valuable
In 11m property' at I his pluce.Gnmgtt .
fur Iho lower coast nt )Fl.-ild.i Whliu'H friend
Cottage was culling on
,
t we swore we would do no more auto \Vi have H ml ml to In null hecaiisa! the
I I It be. So sajeth the powers! thai be. The bcliooner, Merchant, was anchored Y8\\1 l PilncuMS. Mr. Gllboit Is accompanied Caiterluid the misfortune lo liver mid bnihoi bill ,died us our UO-foo hereon Hal III i da) .
J'leve-:
at this place last ::)aturd. y. by a P"Ity..f people from get; a catfish' IIn i In J.181".t sevitinl, dlls"IIU,8I1d derp-wnter haibi, at Cape' UIIIII"erlllWII" Coqulna Is 11011101'0. now thin postonioeIsulvenup. >
ftVe Join with our Eden cnrl'e..pond..n'helllluyWhere hud, O"lInd will be away fur some he In quite liuim. Guy MIIIIKOIIIt
\V VV. Luce returned' omltieil, and 1401118I'1f"nt lib 011 I Well, South Kockledge I I.
Is the Tlbbiila! scribe? last week, from time.\ suffering with an ulcerated loolh..
bats, Eden and Jensen, while there a pleasant. visit at Palm Beach. The launch Dawn, made n run to Mel- Bulb' boy ait rosy to be out of school.If.our ones on this const were Included good enough for us.

|sts a little of the fiieiidliext llvaliy asK The Musical Club will be 1:01"r'alnod' txiuiueand return Tuesday last, with Kmmct Field, with Ms tonv little gray John gldehothum! a prominent business -

mU' their Individual advancement by Mr. and Mis. W. II. Hauls next t'I..tUH.I Miss Hodgson, :Miss };VII nil, .1. KlngauUtidgMon vhiukens are running In youroiHiigegiuvo and biisgv. Sunday, piloted tliinuiili oar man. of I'hlliidulpbla. spout' week
td..nllll"d I with each oilier by their evening And J, M. Randall on board, while tho Uwesiii e In bloomIh..y town Mr. J. A. )FiItz. n prominent voung here with his. sister, Mr*. K. M I, Bruesu.M .
>xlmiry-one to the oilier, 1,01lUCIa an y I'l.nessnr } Arle' Adllmll! returned with inn (ticking oranges' faster than you business man of Set enton, I'll.., drinking! j
lent that what brnetila one, sheds Its Mis. Lampman of New Yoik, who has the I ever did when randy, : to ship. Just watch In thu Invigiii.itliig. o/ono that we\ are ] Salmon/ land agrnt" for Mrs. Porter -

[lit of advancement on the others so been the guest <>1 !(ev. .and Mrs !Huwyui", patty. them some day and sue how they go at It. blessed '"II h. of Daylona, has .sold I 11m llowcr/ orange

ongly that' wo are I\t" Ions to know left, Monday, for her home. Another beach party on :'lllIllnylut: ; Mr. )Fred! Onal,i end M r, Hush Henlsch, of grove: to a pity\ In Milwaukee,
itch Is the must lllnmlimtHd bv the about 17 Indies Rod gentlemen were in Saturday night, In the presence i\ Win.
John :Sorronson of Jensen, and Mr. of NewHik N. J., were vlstilug/ their few Velailves At the residence
McNabb't nunr ,
4at.
levemrut A new citizen In Kdeo Is the excurrlon. Oapt. friends' Dr. Wlltleld n' Mr. and Mrs. Montzlngo sifter spending
and wife few
Joints one, of Detroit Midi., titY1 welcome the Aline carried them o'er to the I ocean I Mr. )UshrIu,l .1. I.alioche the Hov. Stuart' '
|mach appreciated! bv the residents ofnsen vlaitois In TIbbels, Monday.wnday.. Shells and sunburn galoie date last week. A business telegram; Martin chained together lor life, with the a pleasant six weeks at, their place I
aud buck. :
as though they had captured the called them home before their visit was here, have returned to their slimmer
vcc, fur lo truth, IK not Eden our next Mr. and Mrs lloiton; Mr.' and Mrs. wets included in this jolly outing. halt out. They hope to como again/ next usual E"IMlluJ'lI\I| (thin, Whltlovk Mr. l.awrenoo. home in Coin, la.
Allen and :M ISM Madge a pal
|u neighbor It should be the Webster, and Kev Haw er and family
of Edaoston
pjiposeM ) Mr. Mime Superintendent ] winter :
folks. Mis. '
May Mr and Jiidson of
of Clayton
our popular young ,
very
''- '>n'lt Bievaid was
for county, the honey-moon always remain at full, Mich, have sold, I their winter homo in.. t
it whole, and not on the close ciminiiin- :Mr*. Saylor and daughter, :Miss\ Alice, Gallie, on Tuesday l last. Conferring, with Dr Font's Dyspt-ptlclde expells theperms and the chain never be bioken. !Stark ami are here visiting their cousin ,
i plan. Since willing I HS the Jensen left for CMnivoial ..
Mr. Mime -
of Alletitown, 1'eno., wbu have been tor our supervisor. : of dyspepsia from the libKidnifIv'cuies Mis. Avurill. "Tlioy like Indian Blverthe d
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respondent, I have been accused, of and the Banana River section system Many of our citizens attended the annual
some time past at the Bleaker, I'alm : the dlsenso and CHIISOM the best of any jilnou (hey have seen
BIdzing of ludbiuoht. last )Friday -
some my neighboring; coiondeutH. Wednesday's steamer, ri'tiunlng. March plunlo HI
head have tinned to their winter
,
stomach to furnish healthy blood fur tissue -- --- -----
|)> When, how, or 4o ,what home on Indian lilver. Friday, after Inspecting the schools and -njo>'rd themselves immensely,
y, I have not the slightest/ Idea. f jr no the above district. and! nerve building./ Dr. ]Ford's Dysptptlclde part idipntu.g, In Anti witnessing usual Eugene J. Hall, the poet and publisher :,

|h i nought ever entered my head. ]I The many friends of Col. G. A. Crocker thus differs from other reme festivities. which always attract large/; says that ens dose of K"ley's Honey
[not see why, It in neeesmiiy to mlsrnn- toimeily of this pUce, will be Kind to AVo Bro entry to announce the sudden dies. B.,I K. Wilson A':boil.: oosmopolllsii audience! who seem Interested and T..r l'I'IIIeIl'I''I.11I' voice when hoaise-

pie) aue's meaning.; If the offendet know that he Is pleasantly situated In death of Miss Mettle Xeur, of esteemed Fllmont and ddllghiuil In t the many spoils. ness tlneiitdiied lo event' his lecture at

jibe will point out ono word of cIt! Havana, Cuba, where he enjoys a lucrative X. Yn oldest daughter of our while some nf. us half stem vl'd bachelorcrllckel' CVntial Muslo hall[, 'hloago.: Nothing

ni that have Indulged In, I will con position under the government. townsman, Alex Near Miss Near succumbed Artesia.Wvatt ale mote Interested In the big else alljCu"l. B. It..Wilson A Hon.

er it a personal and great favor. 10 a severe attaok of typhoid dinner;IIlIIt l this Inmate of the poorhouse, 5 l
Bishop William Crane Gray and Archdeacon fever, and pneumonia which notwithstanding after Htuwlng away an enoiniou* amount t
B. F. Brown held services at theEdeni'Ibbals the care and attention Chandler of Canaveral spent .
greatest ,
; his Banyan.
W ; of wood things/ full like having stomacli
Pattei Nashla.
on, night/ police nt Episcopal church, Wednesday orfosed her death In a
of her physicians, Sunday town. If the operation was Dot t t
., ."Yl10; January I had a beta amputated, -
very morning last. Wlille they were few Tbe body will be interred In
1 cold used half doz- days. Lee Chandler: went to the Canaveral so upenslve. The gala; (icy wound up t
on my lungs: and the of Mr. and Mrs. \V. II. Uarils. Y. We
guests Kedhook N.
different medicines and the family lot at lighthouse last Tuesday with a grand ball at the Club house, to Orange tiles' are almply bending with
cough prosptlons
from doctors but all Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Harris and their extend our sincere sympathies to Mr. ho fine muklo gratuitously/; furnished by young growth. '
two grew Near In his severe affliction. He wa O. A. Quarterman, jr.. of the house of
guests, Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Durban, the Hotel Indian lllver orchestra, wolattended .
i time I bottle Ilev. Lane held service here on Sun-
woise. finally bought a ,
unable to attend tbe funeral owing to refuge, visited friend In ArLeBla,,6uo. citizens and
Poley's Honey and Tar and after using of Zanesvllle Ohio, went to Fort Pierce, ban by the handsomest day morning hint. .
vthlrds of it I cured" B. Tuesday, In Mr. flame'' launch Buck tbe short notice received. Mr. Near tourists, tesplendenl up-tu-late rig*.
wan entirely day.W.
Wilson A. Son.Fort. eye. They report a dellgklfultimo and two remaining' children, a sou and, a C. Peterson and Dr. Hendry, of John MoAlister finished shipping hi-:. i

good fishing en route. daughter. Canaveral, spent several hour In town, "I hind a running sore on my leg"for orange crop last week. q

The Tibbals correspondent being somewhat /Huoday.': seven yens," writes Mrs. J*". Forest, of 8. T. Bnell Is putting In new foundations ,

Pierce. of a Quaker, only moves when the Food Changed to Poison. Service were conducted In the Arte Chippewa to'"III'VIII.., "and spent hundred under his residence on the divide.

spirit moves him la certain directions; Putrefying food Intestine produces sia school house, Thursday lust, by Ilev. of dollais In trying to cured gut It healed." No No visit from Jack Frost since February l
Two box. of BouiierSalve
Muse
therefore tbe readers of our favorite and effects like of arsenic IxitOr. out
Bishop Gray. 2.1, and vegetable are coming ,
a number of in town Wilson Son
Julie stranger other salve so heallug./ :
widely circulated APVOCATB may not be Kick's New Life Pills expel the fine. ,
ly surprised if he f.ills to put In an appearance polso from clogged bowel, gently,easily While returning; from the beach, Sun-

new barbershop in town. Good luck at any time, but Is likely to be on but surely, curing constipation, biliousness day morning Ills Bell had a very narrow
of !being bitten by a rattle Lotus. Pneumonia follow* la grippe, but never
|ou, Eddy hand occasionally sick headache fevers, all liver, kidney snake.escape follows the use of Foley's Honey and Tar,

the merry-go round left us on Monday Mrs. Mary Brulaker, of Pennslyvanla, and bowel troubles. Only 2Bcta at I the great throat and lung remedy -Taka,
U. B. Wilson Son'.. There will be service ,In the Artesla cold to the growthof
[points south, : who came hereabout eighteen months Another wave stop no substitute. Wilson A Hon.Tetlmonlul I
schoolhouse, the nth Honday evening vegetables.Grotjim .
ago as nurse In the family of Mr. HarryJennings .
Ir. Harry Sample, of Sebastian, was a suffered a stroke of apoplexy, la this month, by the Uev. Hlewart' Ronald I is now the proud possessor
aunt visitor In last week 'Viking. Martin. .
town, last weelr, and died Sunday morning. of a new launch.

Ir. W. Richards and family. of Eden, The funeral occured Monday afternoon Miss E. t.. Bell and Miss Vida King .
|e pleasant visitors In town '.rue day.r. at 2 o'clock. She will be missed by her I Mr. Nllseo was down from Sebastian went to Canaveral last Saturday a week O. D. Provost spent Friday part of Fort last 1'lerca week James C. WlgnaU. Boat huller Ko. 01$

Heston many friends this vicinity. to visit his family, Instead of up from ago, and owing to the Inclemency of the Iu town, returning Warren St., Kensington, Philadelphia.

I Tuesday, our popular day operator. Mr. T. A. Solder, of Hobe Sound, and Fort Pierce, a* was stated before. weather. did! not return till the following Mr. linen, and a pity of friend who J. O. Walton, )o"CI.: Tltusvllle, )Fla. j ;i
for PaUtka for
a day or so.Ir.
,
Mr. Benjamin S. Graves, of Washington,'' Miss Martin has been spending the last Monday afternoon.A She slo pplna| with her, spent several day Dear bin-Your Biipld Calking Ma- "

and Mr*. Uorton spent a day or so, I). C., who have been visiting Mr. ,and two weeks in Melbourne, attending the party of young folk from Lotu, un the beach last week. olIneuC) re In use In my boat shop, and t

I '"week visiting their relative. Dr Mis.\ W. U. Harris, left, Hundajr, for Chautauqua of the Tropics. We are glad chaperoned by Mr*. Greene, came upon Orange grove are a man of bloom, and are regarded all an Invention of /great

|Mrs.PIatta. Kockledge, Ormond and points further to have her with us again.; the steamer, Tuesday last. They spent and If one half stay on the trees there utility It saves time and labor, and l I. '

jie Cross bakery at the corner of tbe north. Mr. Graves Is prominent cracker busiest the day oo the beach, and stayed all will be a large crop another year. of great service In calking/ light boat i'
of the whore
Mr. Gibbons one men beauty of finish I I. deshed, and It
manufacturer. and was much ple.uedwltb of Mr.I Kberweln.
the home ,
rost store, Is doing a good business has fine boric and barn to night at All fast dU1I1I bruise
In Florida in town He a vegetables were ttro"lnyer, not the seam like the old
his Tuten took them
|he flint two week of its existence. sojourn for the The following day: Mr. ther but with
haul all the groceries peoplewhich back Lotus In Ills sailboat. until the late not good method of calking I cheerfully recommend
r s. A. K. Hogg; was summoned to the would not h" the rue lf .e hntla to sunshine they will\ be all right In a dayor I It as well adapted to meat the ordinary ,

''de of h"r son, Ben, who Is atreadB lie Kept III Leg. platform here. The railroad would doa two. requirements of the trade. ,

c h out In Kentucky, and who 1* quite Twelve ;years ago r. W. Sullivan, of nice thing for IM, In time 11 they would AFTER LAORIPPE-WIIATf Usually Friday party consisting. of Mr. and Your truly, JAS. C. AV'KJXALr.'

Hh pneumonia. Hartford, Conn., scratched his leg witb hAve a platform built now. a racking: cough sod a general ". ofweaknen Mr, fishes; )Irr and Mr*. Field, and T. Mr. Mlgnall' boat shop are adJololDif
and blood Foley'' Honey and Tar I* guar- Cramp's shipbuilding/ yard. lie I Is buildIng
nator a rusty wlie. Inflammation The ill looking fine now f). JionsJd boarded a launch and partook -
pinerleeare
Quay prted Mr. Anderson .. be suffered auteed to cum tits grippe cough and snake the boat for thin meo-ot-war thak
A fine poisoning a t In. For two year and Indication I la that there will bo themselves to the big picnic at Indlanola,
| \VlDclieniflr rifle, a few day intensely.; Then the bent doctors fine every this All the people here you strong. aDd well. Take no substitute.B. They report.* having glorious tluie. were built by Messrs. Cramp A: Co.
Senator Quay U oue of the most urged amputation, "but," be writes, "I a crop year. to bat the R. Wilson A Hon. "For ale by Ja*. Prltchsrd: Hon_
I hearted have the East will have pineapple ship,
men we on andi _ __
used one bottle of Electric Bitter nearest nlatform I* one mile south of u CHEAP INSURANCE. Many man

t.e first \} boxes of Bucklen' Arnica Salve" and here.;: : Isle"I too bad to have to go, southto Thousands Sent Into Exile. ha been Insured aaalust Brlgbt's disease, Notice of Drawing Jury.
case In the Mayor's Court, oo my |leg wa sound and well as ever. For ablp our thousand of pine north. diabetes or other dangerous ailment bya f
>d last Monday, Two fallow had to eruption, eczema, tetter, salt rheum This U unhandy for large shipper, Every year a large number poor * 10 locked up in a boa car over sight and all blood disorder Electric very whose lung are sore and racked! The Jndm of the, County Count sod ID*SI ane'Itl I)
Sores would like have platform here. Wilson Son. ....
Pay who to a K. : 1I..rd. rior1 and Monday paid their floe for Bitter. has no rival on eartb. Try them, with cough are urged to go to another else of the Circuit Court a. the clerk'* offlo,
drunk and disorderly. B. R. Wilson A: Son will guarantee satisfaction More ollraat But this I la costly and not al- in Tltnsvlll. Bnnard aonnty, Florida, ou Mamtlmf -
refund Only DOcU.Wedding \ Than Gold ways aure. Don't be an exile!! when Dr.Kloja IIAVB YOU SEEN TUB: WALTON ,tb. 1st or money. Rapid Calker' If ao.caU st the store a. .D", for the par.of drawInK the jury t* .
(Don't Let Them Suffer. "Yoar Tett rla I* worth more than It. New Discovery for Consumptionwill wrv* *t the flprtnf T... of Circuit Court !_
weight la !gold to me, having cured me of eure you at home. It'. the mot In- of Js*. Pritchard A Son. Titusvlllo. and for ",T.fd enonty, Florid. which ea.I4eonit
ten children are tortured with Itch- Stationery. letter lo toes of seven years .taodln<<. fallible medicine for cough, colds, and It I I. an atrtlol that should he In th* otiv_on ttK Kind day of April, A. 0.
nd burning and other akin my I disease ea..b.TM possession of every boatballder sod bclnr the fourth. MooU..r thcraof. in*
eczema and on IIICIII
all throat long
and I have bad
ADVOOATB having. received a Dice Thai wa four year ago 10 will iako nodes and I, covcrnwl _.-.
The Head teatimoDlal.from
j ea, but Bucklen's Arch Salve heal I no return of the disease." J_ M. first doM brings relief. Astounding ;yachtsman. the Cab I
and stationery *
f w sore, xp liInflammation,leave lot of the latest type Towle, Crawfordvllla fla. Tetferlo cure result from persistent ns e. Trial fltsl-claM boatbullder DTis_ my band sad MJ of tb. Clrrart
10 without a scar. Clean,fragrant, now prepared to execute on short notice, bottl free at B. R. Wilson ell Son's. Coott this,th*list day of M roh t.Ji'R KOI.
Aneomneements, core all skla diseases. SOcU a box: at .whenever ..... A. A. a ,
there,s BO salve on earth as Rood.I. Wedding Invitations, Give a* ( druggists, or by mall postpaid from J. T. Price MfcU and $1.00. JCvery bottle guar -pl.**a write o you fall toreedy. I II..". I Clerk Clmnll Court of
and Ladle .J.ltlDScard. 700 the AJ I '
Cure guaranteed Only Y.ic4 SllIlp&.rlAe.8a.,.. ah, Ga. anteed. >TOCAT> VravMd Co.,na.
B. WTlsoa 500'.. ordei

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6 EAST COAST ADVOCATE, MARCH 22, 1901.

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Thousands nave Kidney Trouble WEST PALM BEACH.
Choice Vegetables .
S'' -
and Don't Know it. -
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) WEST PALM BEACh, FLA.
now To Find Out.
always bring high prices. Th Palms
Fill a bottle or common glass with your first-clans hotel situated on beautiful I.ak
water and let It sand: hours 'A
twenty-four ; a opposite Royal Polnclana Electric 1'Jh'
them )
To raise
success- sediment or set electric bolls baths, etc. Manager, clerk cooks and waitress from th \\'hltee
tllng Indicates an Mountain hotel. Rates $2: S2.50 aDd $J per day. Special rates by the week,

fully, a fertilizer con- unhealthy of the condition kid-- -- -


taining at least 8 % U your evidence neys; linen If It of stains It kidney Is- HOTEL SEMINOLE, WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.

trouble; too Entirely refurnished. First-class. Excellence of cuisine a specialty.
Potash should be used.
frequent desire to the week.
pass It or pain In Rates $2.M to $3.00 per day. Special rates by

Our books furnish useful information on the back Is also ,,; Cyq No I O. P. HUNTINGTON.
convincing proof that the kidneys. and bladder -- ......
.
all subjects relating to are out of order. - -- "

crop raising. They are What to Do. PALM BEACH.
sent free.GERMAN. There Is comfort In the knowledge se
often expressed that Dr. Kllmer's Swamp-

KALI WORKS Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every HIBISCUS PALM BEACU FLA.
93 Natsau Street, wish In curing rheumatism, pain in the HOTEL .
New York back kidneys liver, bladder and every part ,
of the urinary passage. It corrects Inabtllt Opened under new management. Douse has all Improvements. Lighted

to hold water and scalding pain In passing by gas toilets and bath on each floor. Rates $ .150 per day and upwards.
It, or bad effects following use! of liquor, W. TAETEltOW.u .
rates.
wino or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant Special weekly
necessity of being compelled to. go often -- - -
during the day, and to get up many times MIAMI.
during the night. The mild and the extra- -

DYSPEPTICTDEThe realize effect of Swamp-Root Is soon . Tri-'SVeekly Sailings. .
It stands the highest for Its won- Palm MIAMI FLA., Ave. B and 11th Street.
praateat aid to DIGESTION. derful cures of the most distressing cases. Cottage
If need medicine BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling ,
you a you should have the
rOlltoffice, Royal Palm Grounds
Free and best. Sold by druggists In SOc. andl sizes. Open all the year. Centrally located near ,
Accented ? .A\\\iilLj\\\ Masons. You may have a sample bottle of this at Charleston, S. C., both ways) Bay BUoayne and all the churches. Rates: $2.00, $:i.50! furnished and 3.00 per tlectric claj.
newly
New house,
wonderful 'N' Special rates per week or month. (

a book that discoveryand tells* '::: '-; The Finest Steamships inJheJJoastwifie ServiceThe lights, baths, etc. Excellence. cuisine a sphcialty.GUS.. A..MULLER Proprietor
.
more about It, both sent .: . nil. : It'.f '
Indian No. 00 "to ,
absolutely free by mall, - - --- -- -- - -- ----- -- -
address: Dr. Kilmer & Rom of ewemp.nnot. Clyde New England and Southern Lines. KEY WJ ST.
RIver Tltimvllle Co., Binghamton, N.Y.. When writing mention Direct beivice Between ,

Lodge l'QFIOI'lrla.. reading this generous offer In this paper. Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points.

.. !' Holds' Us niefftlnK the twoml ,and fourth. Krl The Jefferson KEY WEST FI-RIIA-
1,1 day tit each. mouth, a' the late Armory, Tltusrille TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE. (Calling at; Charleston, S. C., both ways) ,
,at 7:1X1:( O'CIM| p. in.lea. .
SKMI-WEKKLY!: SAILINGS!
.1.( R.. W.WalkurSen/or"'"ohle. Worshipful I Warden.Master.. Southbound........................ .. ...,. ......... ..... ... ..from Lewis Wharf, lloston Late Hotel Key West. .
; I! O.: 8.:Brlmvler: ,Junior Warden.: I will be at the following pl"c..sl\t the Northbound................ ........... .. ............ from foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville Open All The Year Round.
J. M.IHxun' TraMiirer.K.'A. . dates named for the purpose of 1161telll- --
J. A..Hngbe.'haplanl.Morgan. Hooretury.. log taxes for the year 1U01: Clyde St. Johns lliver Line. E. SUDLOW Manager.
,,F. L Catruthorn Bmilor Doacim. Jensen: :Tiien. Mar in Kiton Wort. V&r. 20Ank.na. --
'W. \(. Woodward., Junior Unacon. 'limn. 21 Kurt i'ietce I FH. XI BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFOUD.
.J. H. 8rret.. Senior Steward. White' Cltjr,But. !M Fort Drum, MINI. /AWiHHlIuy MANATEE
('. H. Wulum n Junior Tbura. M Iteamn, Fri: itunehatitian Stopping at fulatka A+tur,St. Francis, Haresfonl, ("Land), Blue Springs and intermediate landt -
, f / It. K. Minis,Jr.,Tyler.KIDNEY .. bat. ;311 Mlroo, Tmm. April :V III" tile SL Jobu'Hlyer.
;.J Omni, ''Ve.. April.. .1 M.ilnlmr 'fhll,.. 4 STEAMER "CITY OP JACKSONVILLE.
Melbourne i Fri. A Euu ualllo. Hut. 8laman MANATEE FLA.
\ ,
lines. 9 (taoricUna, Vk..d. .. 10 OAPT.'W.A..8HA.W. ,
; DISEASESare CltyPolntlhnrs." 11 Msrrlu, Fri. to U'Itunvllle : Leave foot Catherine street Jaokaonvllle 8:30: I'| .in., 8unday.,Tueeday.and Thursdays. Hotel Brazil I On the Manatee, Klver
Haiilaver,, Mun.Wed. "'. 15 16 LaGrange Canaveral, TueH.rues to" !U 18 Southbound Leave Sanford Read down JO a. lu Knterpri BfHKDCLK.10:KK)a.ui.,Monday Wednesday Northbound,and Fridays.Read 43; mllea.south of Tampa.

Blanks will ,.. .................... up. .
bo left at all the postufflces feavea'alpnt:: .JACKSONVILLE Arrive 2:00: a m has all modern
mentioned 8:46pm: ...................... ......pALATKA.. ......,.................... L avellOOp:( ru. The only first-class, up-to-date hotel on the Manatee River.
the most fatal of all dis above for the purposeaf mak n 3'OUaiu: ..... ....,...................A8TOH! : ........................ .. 2:30:< am.4.30am conveniences. Good telephone and telegraph connections. Reached by the
Ing rlltl1l'OI. J. F. WOOTBN : ............... ...,... .. ...ST. FKANCIB.. .... ... .........:..... IUOa: m. Independent and PlantBteamboat/ lines from Tampa and Port Tampa. Rates
eases. Assessor. ... .... .......,. ..BEitKSFORDD.LAND)...... .. ......... '. 12Kn'n.flOO :( .
. a. : m ....... .....,.... ..,,.....BLUB HPKIXOB: ..................... .. '. 11.00 am. *:2. per day, $7 to $10 per week. O. M. BOUTWKLL Prop.
-- -- Arrive 8:30: am..............................BAMO1U! ................... ..,..... 11:30: a ....
KIDNEY CURE Is a

FOLEY'S Guarantead Remedy Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.A. | _._ ..TALLAHASSEE.-,..._ - % .-. ..- -. -

Rheumatism.Nobody C.HAOKUTY. FM*. At., IT.M.IRONMONGER,JR., Fla.Pa8l.Agt.,
19 State St.,New York I 2O4 West Hay St..Jacksonville Fla.TIIOS. ST. ,JAMES Hotel TALLAHASSEE FLA.
or money refunded. Contains D.HALEY.Local freight A(tent, I I 10. P.LOVELL. Asst.r'la. ,
Fla. Foot :J'.ak.onVllle.
foot lloiran 8t Jacksonville | lliiirun at. Fla.
remedies recognized by emi- JOHN. L. HOWARD. Superintendent Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville. Fla. Centrally located. The only brick hotel In the city. The table Is suppliedwith
the Best for THKO. O. KG Mil, General MftnuRer. WM. f CL.VUK. CO.. Cleneral Agents.Che.borouKh the best of food. Large, airy looms and good beds. Rates $2: to $J
nent physicians as HulldlnK 19 State St. New York
knows all about it; per day. /Special by the week.
Kidney and Bladder troubles. -- --- MRS. F. R. LAMB, Prop.


I D. 1C.PRICE WILSON SOe. and $1.00.&; SON ancl nothing, now\ known. will DIRECT LIME- QUICK TIME TOWASHINGTON LITIIIA SPRINGS, GA.

Sk...
always it.
t''\ Grant. cure BALTIMORE The Sweetwater Park Hotel and Baths LlTHIA.SPRINGS,

1 1I Doctors try Scott's Emul- OKOBOU,

E. Svedellui, of Val karla, was seen In PHILADELPHIA. Situated twenty miles west of Atlanta on Southern Railway. A commodious
I I. our town last week. sion of Cod Liver Oil, when NEW YORK, well built, modern hotel. Electric Lights. Steam Heat. Service and
I I Southern cuisine unexcelled Mineral Massage, Vapor, Turkish and Nudle JJaths.
J IJ Mr. Daily made a business trip>> to Mel- CHICAGO, Nature's remedy for rheumatism gout, kidney and nervous troubles. High
I I bourne last Tuesday. they think it is caused by imperfect CINCINNATI, altitude. Dry climate For booklet address. JAS. E. HICKEY.

II I Mr. Dillon made a quick trip to Titus LOUISVILLE -
i i Title and return last week.. digestion of food ATLANTA GA.

Mr. Mitchell, of Aukona, was a pleas ATLANTA,
ant visitor to our town, this week. You can do the same. BIRMINGHAM,
ROiI THE KIMBALL HOUSE ATLANTA, GA.
' S. Davis and daughter, of Mloco, were Wag CHATTANOOGA, ,
calling on our storekeeper, last /Sunday. It may or may not be caused !MEMPHIS, UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.

Mrs.R. T. Smith and little daughterwent ST. LOUIS, American and Eur >pean 1>180". Liberally conducted. All modern equip
to Melbourne Tuesday to attend by the failure of stomach and ments. Central location, opposite Union J>allseDger Station. Atlanta's
the Chautauqua. AND :ALL POINTS EAST AND WEST.KANSAS CITY high Grade and Popular Hotel. For rates etc., address

Messrs blew art and Brown' attendedthe bowels to do their work.. If JAS. E. HICKEY.

C'hnutauqua: at'Melboui, Wednesday NO LIME SERVICE
CITHER AFFORDS LIKE THIS
of last week. it is, y6u will cure it; if not, JIKNDEUSONVILLR; N. C. .

Messrs. Ellis and Hearndon and :Miss THE NEW YORK
will do AND
ydu no harm.
Parker.of Mlcco took a trip to the ocean, HENDERSONVILLE
N. C.
last :Sunday, and on their way liomeHbey! THE WHEELER,
stopped and paid us a short visit The way to cure a diseaseis FLORIDA LILTED 'IIeodersonvllJe's New\ Hotel.

Chas Wernlng, of this place paid Open all the year. Altitude 2,850 feet. The dryest climate In North Carolina
Ueorglana a visit from Friday, of I last to stop its cause, and help The Most Luxurious Train In the World. Exclusive Pullman Equipment. Golf links. Twenty-five acres beautiful grove. One hundred and twenty-five

week, till Sunday. He looked very happy (Daily Except Sunday.) bedrooms. Electric lights.; Steam heat. Elevator. Tennis court. Ball rooms.
and talked great deal vt the girls; of the body get back to its l abit'of acksouvllle[ to New York, only :a8 brs. St. Augustine to New York, only 29 hrs.AI.SO Mineral Springs. Bath rooms Ten-pin alleys. All modern conveniences.For .
that place. ,
. further Information and rates, address.
Goo. Parson, who has been spending health. THE MEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS'And
some time In Melbourne during the BABDIN. WIIEELER, Proprietors Hendersonvllle, N. C.
Cbautauqua week, retained borne the When Scott's Emulsion of THE UNITED 'STATES FAST MAiLTo No consumptives taken.
latter part of last week, much pleased
with his trip. Cod Liver Oil does that, it the Eat and North. --- -------- NEW YORK -- -

Mr. Gleason brought a party of twenty
from Melbourne and Eau OaUI down in cures; when it don't, it don't THE CHICAGO AND
his launch, one day last week, to visit Age
Oak Lodge and take a glimpse of some of cure. It'never does harm. Hotel Kensington Fifth and 15th street,
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the pretty sights there. The genuine has FLORIDA SPECIAL New York.

Are you sick? If so Investigate merits this picture it take (Dally except Su dy.) Select family and Transient Hotel. European Plan.
of HEKUINK. It Is a concentrated on Superb Selld Pullman. Train Through te Chloage Without Change. Restaurant the Standard of Excellence.
medicine the dose is small yet It quickly 'a no other. Jacksonville[ to Chicago, only 31 hours. St. Augustine to Chicago only 31 hours.
If have GEORGE C. HOWE .
produces the most gratifying results you not Proprietor.Late
digestion; improves, the lips and cheeks tried it, send for free Also the CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED of the Buckingham, St. Augustine, and other Florida hotels.
lose their pallor, the eve becomes bright
and the step elastic. Price &0 cents. It. sample, its agreeable TO THE WEST AND "ORTIIW T.

R. Wilson: Son. taste will surprise Through Vestlbuled Trains Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping, Cars, Through Ocala Double dally trips via the LAUNCH 'IIELEY."rTo .
you. Coaches Perfect Dining Car Service on all Trains. The'
most
SCOTT & BOWNE Through Trains via Southern Railway are Operated in Connection: with the economical and enjoyable way to see the
THE PRINCE OF BOOMERS.Every Silver
Plant System from Jacksonville. Springs greatest attraction In Florida.

city owes a debt of gratitude to I Pearl Chemists St. N. Y.. SIDE TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS to "TIlE lAND OF THE SKY"For (rev. miiBi.) and Only $3.GO for round trip from Ocala
the local publishers. It Is through; their 409 Ockltnvaha.M 1 For further particulars address,
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Indefatigable nod persistent efforts most 5oc. and $1.00; all druggists. Rates, Schedules and Information, call on or address I Pfl" F. ?ROW2f. MANAGER OCALA HOUSE:,
of them owe their growth. This prince A. e.aAIDIAU.. Trawling Ps...ns.r *!." W. T.: cosec Traveling '..," .' A..".. (Mae B lies.) OCALA FLORIDA.
of boomers has made many a town ofteu DAN N E F? 8 A L V E loa west t1 Street JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
not possessing the advantage needed to ?_ t. H. HAHOWICIC. 8..._l PM..".W ."t W. M. TATLOC.. Aut O.n. Pa... Aq.""
make it the meet heeling salvo In the world. MASHiNOTON. O. C. ATLANTA. 0*. .POULTRY
a In I
metropolis one spl'e of -------. .. EGGS and PRODUCE.
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other towns still remain towns although - .
having allot these advantages; Notice to Creditors, &c.ALT. .
because of IhiMr absence. Through; the --"-- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
publicity constantly aud everlastingly CREDITORS: LEGATEES.: I TRI tJ'- Preparede
given In the local press, capital. Induced _, anil. all purnonii.havlnir claim or demand Hotel Trade Solicited. Home Dressed Poultry a Specialty
to invest;and railroads are entreatedto attain th KstxM of William _
Tretitler,de wavml are required to present their
extend their line. The local) publisher claims' to the nnlenlFned: wltliln two year*, 2 and 3-ply WE SET.L CHEAP FOR CASH.
threaten and In default of such thus notice
and cajoles the council to put pnxfintatlon
bonus will be pleaded. In bar thereof. Asphalt andGravel. Roofing' CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED. SATISFACTION
j up a to entice some Urge Industry GUARANTEED.
So be A IlI pernon. rmvlnir paper or proirtv of said : PROMPT
I keeps on everlastingly gathering deceased will deliver the same' forthwith to ... .- RETURNS MADE. ESTABLISHED 18S;;.
fruit here and there until he baa collecUM the underalgned. "
large enough number of industries .'OIiN HENRY: e.a.ClyPWor"D"se.. L. CANOYA. Ea 'forsyth street, and City Market,
together, then unfolds to them the ad- Executor Under the Will
or the LaM William J JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
vantngesof" an industrial number to fur Nan.1Iw. Treutl,DeOl".d. Building and Lining Papers, -.-' -. --.- -
ther boom the town and Incidentally: to -
i reap his reward which he has earned.- WANTED.-CipahU. reliable person In .T.rrnountr Roof Paints Creosote Oil H. A. HODGES.
Mall-Order Journal. to rapniwul. large, oiimuany of .olla pd ...
nanclalreputatlonr SUJB salary per Manufacture
shle weekly I"1 per day absolutely. yearsad alt of
; t For all pulmonary trouble Ballard's "xpaiiM*;airtight, bona Sale, daHnlw salary. I Black Varnish, etc. ...Cypress and Yellow Pine
horehound Syrup, taken la the early eta 110 ooinmlulon i alary paid each Hattuday andziMiniw Lumber._
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money advanced earn week: BTANUARU -
Ke, proves a certain and sure apec1 IJo HOUSE,J34 Dearborn. 8f Chicago mjt Write for Catalogue, Samples, Prices, etc ROUGH AND DRESSED. OrtORe Box: neada, Fruit and Vegetable 'rate"
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It la l equally\ effective In croup and wltoop- lay ODe Contemplating shedding their
4 lao cough, and If used In season preventsthe Foley's Kidney. Carom THE ARMITAGE MANUF'G CO. .\.)" part of Florida, would do well to write, pineapples for 01" oranges; or building l Is
further development of consumption.to at Buffalo Bluff near Palatka. oo the J T. prtc.; The saw mills are located
rrlc4 25 and :50 cents. Wilson: Son.D /: &Vr< IrJdoeys f> 4 Vtd4ft right 32OO to 3300 WUllamsbuiTr Ave. RICII310ND, VA. part of the Wcoast. Address? : K.H.W.A.It'1I0DGES Lumber, l1traJo delivered BIuf to l'la.any

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".u INDIAN FLORIDA.RIVER, VICTORY\[ ' _, "Just"That Far DelightfulCllmat0 Enough. North." .. I I I;

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J. G. BAST, Proprietor.The .'
The Island of Geological Wonders. \1\

N p f p hotel fronts on tlio Put-in-Bay Island], Native Wines and FruIts. Il

wide sweep of bay(7( miles I
5r"rn"Il I' ', T+" P in width), formed by the Ohio. Historical Battleground of Perry's
i'tlll' bt I ? Indian River, making it adellghtlul i
yl ,yRI Wi t '4
Nrl ) summer re Victory. Tie Ideal Resort at
earl Constant cool ERECTED AT A COST OF THREE : f
breezes from, the sea and I
bay. Flowing sulphur QUARTERS OF A MILLION : which to enjoy your Summer'sDOLLARS
''Y, springs. Special; winter 1!
't- ry"t rates.Titusvlllo Outing
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House SIX HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE gnrM room SO( with baths, cavern 0 ncreii Krnitnd/ linn l.OK feet of broad vornmlim facing nrid overlooking beautiful i I '
lirns'
Boarding TITUSVILLE, FLA. Lake Err, being fiOO) feet from und 80 feel above the water, situated! nn the highest point of Lnk Kile tut mm of the group' of hen iitiful Islamic., \I.'l" ml Km from Cleixv- I I'
land, 0., . Seven line of steamers to nnd from the nbovp clues dnllv. Cool, delightful air. No sudden
Pleasantly situated within short distance of Railway Station. Special changes. Pure water. Absolutely no l'I1'1III"l"tI.p"I'Iy"( : hilt with well kept link and good I Ieniits court. Kl hlng. tooling' lliilhlng Cycling, Caves, Electric Our
attention. given to Ladles. Transient rates reasonable. Special: weeklyor Rldos for the fine days-they prevail. BilllnrdH, .l'"ol. ]Howling. Shuflleboardi, Ni\tilorlnni: Dancing. Annm in(\niH IlIlIIum'I'lIhlwht'n the raorainy days keeps one In- ,
monthly rates. doors. Large brass bands and Orchestra 21 acres of lawn Air Invigorates, noenery Innplrcs-iiccc-islblo by good walks mill ,hlv..". White Hervlco. Cuisine: Famous. ,
MRS. C. N. MIMS, Proprietress. Appreciated to the Fullest extent because your appetite Is good, the above *makes It so. Surprisingly cheap rates to Families The Children's Paradlao.

Will .Open on June 19th for Season of t 1001. Rates $10.60 to $26 per w ek. $2.60 to $6.00 per day. I

JACKSONVILLE.'he Souvenir' folders, rate curds and testimonial book on applioatlon Address, I

[After June 1st, Put-in-Bay. Ohio.] T. W. M'CREARY General Manager 724 Monroe Street Toledo, Ohio.A I :

known man In public life .rlt.eMI< "It In a treat (ilnrn.. It In a boon to tlio In, valid, a Mm'na to the TinirlHt. A imrnill t... the i-liln-n' and tin careworn miitlier. It in tmtnra'a Wntitrftnot I
St. James and conHiilerlnff It all. tIe, clean anil comfortable hotnl, thevxrellvitt mlglne the Internal HIT nm'lotj,.the vtry |"nlty II'"riM, tho moot 'ndndrxhln.rvhertr.' *the rHrlonn hiiiilHVHiiti, tilt healthful t
{) air and all the rent of It, I nan nonnrlentlmitilv' oav that nevrr In. niv Ilea lipTiTi- h"ve t rcrclveil' HD. rovnl ...tll'.III1'O1)' < my tl\''- II'ot. '1'h0 lloiul, Victory l nhniilil b.. known' ever.vwlmre, , It I 1M an oh.iiirntion .
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: Open. philanthropy>Y to (iimim' thl"It".e. of Wiu-n-iMiw.' if YOU Visit the Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo, Insist on a ticket reading via Put-In-Bay Island.
Ohio with a stop off privilege there. YOU CAN GET IT. t:

The St. James needs no introduction to visitors to Florida. From a small beginning -- - -- - - ___ h .__ .. . . .. ___ ___
in 1800, the St. James has increased size and added to its appoint-
ment: with increased popularity of the tourists' travel to Florida. ST. AUGUSTINE., H".a.ANI).
The location unsurpassed, being on the highest grounds In Jacksonville, ---._ .--.-- .
facing the St. James Park. Baggage checked to all points.
The music during this season will be furnished by Prof. Nelson D. Koss' ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
Hotel I
Orchestra, and will be of a high ordor. This house as in the past, is under the t Magnolia : DKLAND,
for the Deo. 5 inM) Hotel Arms
management of J. R. Campbell; and everything wl'lI be1 done for the comfort Opened season, College
and pleasure of guests. A flrst-ctlass Wine Room and Cafe attached to hotel. 'LO"ID"I'
Address by mail or telegraph, J. R. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla. A large addition has been constructed, adding Fifty More Rooms

,most of which have a ;Southern: Exposure. They are newly and

TODSOR HOTEL... JACKSONVILLE, FLA. handsomely furnished, and nearly all are connected with Private Will Remain Open Until

Itatlis. The dining room has been enlarged to nearly twice Its for-

mer size, and varlou .other Improvements have also been made at an Monday, April 15th, 1901. \

Expenditure of $30,000. A first-class Orchestra will furnish i

music twice dally Rates $2.50: to $4.00 per day.. Special weekly and Change cars/ at Xew Hmyrtm for Orange City and Defend

monthly rates. Special terms to parties.
C. W. RIPLKY, Manager.
PALMER & McDOWELL, Propiletors.


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Hotel St. George, ;11OiIITRINE

IIAKLAN Hotel LAKE i IIELKN: : FLA.
(J Cv VIVO F. S. TYI.KH, Proprietor. II, 8. GHEKN, Manager.
-- - Oti A. A: W. Di'Hiicli of F. E. C. R'y., connections New rimyrnn,
t" Now Open' Mom central location In St. Augus- A modern, U"It.lln twery loxpuot, O|"rn plumbing, porcelain baths, hand
OPPOSITE CITY PARK. OPEN THE YEAR ROUND. L Y ?. Nnim'lv fUIII, I.. rooms, good beds, ,itliurill table, iioitlieru, t mI"IIIB. moderate
RATES, $2.50 and upward. DODOK & CULLENS. ttori tine. Rites: 2.00 tl.: .,U) and *:i.OO per day prlcoH flue btn\ole paths| MISS M. KKMl'K,
or Vlri01' ( Hotel, Anbury Park, N. Y. Proprietress.
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D. S. HOTEL The Buckingham, MT': AUdUSTlNE, FLA." MEItlUTT: Mvrrilftt |HHII' <|.. -- I I


Directly Oppsslte TilelcalI'. Electric Bells. Baths.' Kevins'' Riverview Hotel ON, INDIAN R1VEK.J .

JACKSONVILLE' FLA. Rates *:2 00 per day and upwards, MKRRITT I I , FLA.

\ (Formerly the farleton..) O, L. BRYANT, Piopiletor.' On High Pine Laud, llenllli, comfort and sport. No bettor Hunting
d x11(1FlahingiuFlorida. Sulphur lwionningBath. Fine .
Summer Hotel: Nolan's: Point Villa, Lake Hopatcnng, N. J. yachting.Open I
Is now open, under entire uew management, as a strictly first-class house. about! Jan. Int. J.J.WILKINSON, M anngcr.

For further particulars apply toWILLIAM .
PLAZA HOTEL *T. .AUGUSTINE; FLA. ItOCILiIU1:.
CATTO, Proprietor. : :' _.._ _.:_ .____ .

I(Formerly of the Putnam House, Palatka.) This hotel In now open for ROOMS ONLY. It is centrally. : located- neaiPostofflce
Bank nnd Cathedral. THE PLAZA HOTEL
- -- -- Rooms, 50ct to 1.00 per day; $1.50 to $0.00 per' week. KOCKLEDGE, FLA. .

V. I. SANCHEZ, Mummer Thin! handsome new lintel, l located on the bank of tie bealltlfll Indian Hirer, .1'
D VVAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. - -. -.- .- Jo I ili.. liDHri of the fai'-t.tiied, Indian River strange region: Is now open' for the
tI."II..n| of giiuMin. A mi'ie, PALATKA.The '. Imuulued! than ckledge, wllh Its lieautlful walks, roinnntlo scenery, bonrlu zA'I r'I
( inange grovcn, line bcailnif, fishing and bunting. Room with private I Ibalh. <<
Opposite postofSce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re Rutus $2: OU) per' day and upward Special weekly rates.

novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted. . . Graham Hotel I PAI.ATKA, FLA. S. II. PKCK, Manager. ,,,

Rates $2.50 per day and up. Open all the year. Rates $2.r:! per day. The only brick hotel'In the
B. W SPERRY, Proprietor city. Overlooking the beautiful St., Johns Hlver.. Convenient to alt Hotel Indian ROCKLKDOK,
boats on the St. Johns River. Table Waters-Kreo-nrone and sulphur. River J
Eleotrlo lights and bells. All street cars pass the door.J. FLORID. .
WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE WATKINS LEE, Prop'r.
FLA. Entirely New Managements I +'
MAGNOLIA 8PUINGS. 92O.OOO expended on Improvement till year. j'j'Jellllr.
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- ) .. Ueggs A MscDowell have leased this wall known bote( for a period* 1
ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water of five yawrs, and after sn expenditure of $20OtaIn: ( Improvements have '
MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, FLA. made It one of the bent. equipped In the 8t te. The hotel h.. been<< painted 1 I
Baths, Elevator, eto. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All I Magnolia Springs Hotel, (St. Johns III ver.) Inside and outside, rn-daoiiratsd, sod newly furnished. The latest Improved ,
street the door. Rooms 5Oc, 75o and $1 a day. Rooms and sanitary plumbing lint been IIIH till led throughout the
oars pass 28 miles south of Jacksonville by Main Line Plant System and river steamers.Open 1011l1e. All the modern cunveoleooes, loclndlog itesm. beat, and rooms t-t,:
board $2.00.to $2.50/ per day. fireplaces In all rooms. Steam heat. Klevstors. Electric lights. Pure I with private| baths. 'l'heooly hoi el at Rockledge havlngeleotrlo lights e1.. 11-
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. spring water. No mosquitoes. Well-kept golf course. Tennis, Flshlag, ShootIng valor mod sa orchvstm Fishing sad bunting ors smong the special) teat't'd
Two swimming pool and Turkish baths. $4.00 per day. Special weekly ure* of Ibis rell.lrt. Tennis, bowling billiards, trap shooting, bootleg, .to.ar If .
rates. O. D. SEAVEY, Manager.. it few ways" of spending odd moments. Rates $1:i and upwards" per day.
GRAND VIEW Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .- -. . .- Special weekly. Accommodations 330. UOOOH A McDOWKLL.: ) .it I ,1.1

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:Nearest Hotel to Union Station': three blocks from new Postofflce and
Government Buildings: centrally located on Forsyth street, between HOTEL COQUINA OHMOND, FLA. New Rockledge Hotel ON INDIAN RIVER.
f Oa the Ormond Beach.
Parlor Office and Dining Room.
Bridge and Clay Sts. Very pleasant Now Open. I
Large and airy sleeping apartments, single; or en suite. All white ,
Convenient for
'' Bathing, Cycling, Driving, Promenading,
help. Well and newly furnished with modern Improvements Prices.B. ; Electilo Fishing, etc. No obstruction to the view of the rising sun lIl'lctlonFull.bellrlot! orange/ grove, livery, bicycling (ten miles river
Dells Hot and Cold Water Baths etc. Popular
drlvt) bowling alley bouts for fishing and ducking free excursions on
and Horse to Station and Ormond Golf
Links.
H. SANBORN, Proprietor. moon car launch to points of Intercut. Northern cooking "od..alt white help. A
Rates $3.00per day. five-story addition hAil been built to this hotel, with private baths. A new
W08THOM A STANTON, Managers. tecvptloo room and ball room has also been added since lost season. The \ '
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -.- ---- -. -- -' Now Rockledge hotel U. now up-to-date In every respect. Hates $2.50: : to
IOTEL OXFORD, Opposite St. James Hotel. S1ACIIEE: $9:,1 per day.. Specialweekly.\ Cortespondencesolicited. t.4 j
II. P. SHARES A SON, Proprietors.KAU '
Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and
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uomelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant THE COLONNADES SEABREEZE, FLA. -- - -- -' .. -
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when in Jack OALLIK.
stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial '

nvllle' MRS. M- O. FINLEY, Propr. Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Private Baths. Ocean Pier, Surf Bathing,

Boating Driving and Wheeling. Best bicycle roads In the State. Bur Hotel Granada EAU OALLIE, FLA.
tickets via Florida East Coast By., to Daytona, and take Colonnades'
ST. AUGUSTINE. On Indian River. a
bus-twenty minutes to hotel. JAS. P. VIKING, Manager. I

The Hotel Granada located at Eau Oallle, Fla., 11)3 miles south of Jackson f
'LORIDA HOUSE ST. AUGUSTINK, FLORIDA. TELEGRAPH and RAILROAD STATION DAYTONA FLA. vllle on the west shore of the Indian River, unexcelled boating hunting and I
flsblng. Matchless climate. Launch for the nse of guests. A flrst-clasa home.'
The Clarendon Inn like hotel. Rates $2-6O to $3.00 per da,.. Special rates by month or season
BY-TI1E bEA $RABREEZE I'I.A.
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Centrally located. Passenger elevator. Steam heat. Porcelain baths.Rates Open all the year. 4ddress OI.EASON BROS., Eau Ga1l1e. Fin.EDEN. .

$2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 per day. Open the entire year. Liberally Overlooking the Ocean. Opposite ocean pier and pavilion. Electric i
conducted. Capacity 200. Mote than Fifteen Thousand Dollars was bells. Steam beat. Table and service unexcelled.- Winter.Muon, t
expended this summer on this hotel. Every modern Improvement that November to May. Enlarged and vastly Improved since last season.
'Bus meets all trains. f'
contributes to the Health Comfort and Pleasure of its Guests has been LEONARD GILL, Manager. The Netherby EDEN, On-Indlan-Klver FLA.

added regardless of expense. F. C. HAYDEN, Manager. -- .
/ NEW SNVItNA. One of the l loveliest locations on the river. AH modem Improvements. rl
...FBONTINO ON THE PLAZA-. Hot and cold baths. Sulphur Spring. Excellent drinking water.
ALGONQUIN HOTEL Plenty of fruit and loo. Fish Oysters and fresh vegetable In abund
ST AUGUSTINE - FLORIDA. Ocean House eJ NEW SMYRNA, FLA. ance. Northern cooking. IIoos handsomely furnished with all the
comfort of a borne. Boats.
Trains
to Com- stop at Raxton Button on the
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Everything flrst-claw. Centrally located. Special plantation. Flsoapple district
MM. M. A. CURTIS Manager..
the fllllsboro River. I
mercial and Tourist Travel. Large weD-lighted Sample Rooms. Grand Overlooking
View of Bay and Ocean from verandahs. Bate $3 to J.W per day. THE SPORTSMAN'S HOME.f

Special weekly and monthly rate. Under New York management. Finest Fishing and Hunting In Florida HOTELS continued on onr Sixth Page. ;t tk
Sample room free GEO. C. LAGRANGE, Propnetor. F. W. SAMS, Proprietor.


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FLORIDA Visitors who cant HUNTING AND FISHING CIS : ST. PATRICK'S DAY AT Robbing & Graham CoeIncorporated E- L :: 3R.P-c Y d<;, :3R0w: ;

aot call at our stores should write for a THE EAST COAST. MERRITT. _DEALERS IN- .

catalogue of Sunny South Soiiveuhs. GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
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The King, Hopkins party returned Mr. Will I dm C. Courtney, son of Judge GROCERIES, ,
&'rcc'nP a: &/ j from their (hunt among the Thousanr Courtney, who holds the position of as PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.!\ ( We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MATES FEU I'I I :, 'I, ,!(11.

: Islands loaded with furs, says our Banyan Blatant district attorney of Brooklyn; We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of nil ,,n.era. .
correspondent. and Mr. James J. Finley, a prominent This cchnpany ownsLAN'17 Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your scat.
8 East Bay St.: Jacksonville\ ; also at /bt:: Write us for prices on
ret l estate dealer, of the same city, were : S BRADY & BHO. TITUSVILLK, KLA.
Augustine, Palm Bench and Nassau. Messrs. Randall abd Bliss took In the pletmant callers at the ADVOCATE officeon E. L.
Banana river shooting Friday last, -:::::
oq with of Wednesday, having come up; from In the Indian River Country; On the St.
the E.
returning in evening a bag Wf
Merritt to attend to some law business. S. W. CARROLL, GOLDMlIln,
tt THE ANHEUSER BUSCH, ducks, says our Eau Gallie coucspou Lucle River; at New River and on'BajBlscayne.
.. dent They report a glorious; time on St.
Patrick's Day at Merritt, where they had Prices to suit the times. Carroll & Goldsmith
J Asso's.FawouSSt.LoufsKegand Jlessrs. C. W. :McNabb and U. B. all sorts of sports cake walks, eto.. the ,
Brewing i Davis returned from a abort shooting' weather belog dellRhtful. Nevins' Rive Send for Land List. -Dealers In-

trip on the Banana liver last week, will view hotel and grounds were gaily: decorated Offices at Titusville and Miami, Fla. GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
Hut a suing of twenty-seven ducks, and i It with flags by Mr. Fred Aldridge, the GROCERIES, ,

tied Jieer. was nota good day for ducks either, say noted'flag merchant, of Brooklyn; and GEO. M. BOBBINS, F. A. MORGAN Crockery, Class and Tinware. Tour Patronage: Solicited.T1TUSVU.L.E .
our Eau Gallie correspondent. those who were fortunate enough in being rreslclvut. Actuary FLORIDA.
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at Miami. After playing
a large tarpon
,,
Motlow,Cocoa, Via Among: the Brooklynttes who were ICE FACTORY.
By Mr. R.L. him for an hour or two he broke INDIAN RIVER
the present are the following: Thomas F. WILL FURNISHAbstracts
loose. The that
gentlemen report
JOSEPH ZAPF waters of the upper bay are alive with Nevins and wife, Frank Kevins, Jeremiah of Title TITUSVILLE:: FLA.
Quaid, Miss Quaid, William C.
the silver king. Guests at the various furnish In quantity-Sacked or loose. Special
Ice attention
i hotels have bad with rod and Courtney and wife, Grace C. Courtney, -FOH LANDS IN- Is prepared to any
great sport
Sole Agent. Master Hugh McLaughlin Courtney for family use. Fair dealing is motto.T. .
reel, and nearly all kinds of fish have ; Brevard County. paid sacking for Yachts or my
been Miss Mary Meehan, James A. Roache T. WETMORE, Proprietor.J. .
caught.
x 010 to 020 West Bay Street, and wife, John Courtney, Thomas Court- Office under Law Office of
:Messrs. C. W. McNabb, of Youngs- ney, James J, Byrne, John F. Dye,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. town, 0., and Dr. Smith, 'of Olean, N. James J. Finley, Thomas A. Kerrigan, OEO. 31. ROBBINS, R. W LKEIt. C. H. SWAIN.
Y.. with Fred Houston as guide, left for Louis Happ, Mrs. llapp, Mr. William TITUSVILLE, . FLA.

Choice . Lake Washington, on the St. John's, last Lee and wife, Mrs. Lee,jr.,Heniy Anderson .
week,on a fishing trip. These gentlemen and wife, William Barthraann and Dry Goods, Shoes,
Wines Liquors returned with twenty-three\! black bass, wife, John J. Cashman, Peter J. McNu East Coast Meat Market

I its T . and Cigars. the total weight; of which was 123: Ibs. ty, Miss Strachaw, Miss Mylad, Mrs!
I The heaviest buss In the catch weighed Kingsley, Frederick Aldridge, Frederick O. F. DUREN, Agent: Furniture,
Guaranteed Pure. 11% Ibs. The fine fish were distributed Aldridge, jr., Harry Grant, Hugh Me
among friends In Ban Gallie, and were Laughlinand wife, Miss Hannah O'Brien -
Sold reduced c:1I:
at pronounced delicious. The fish were all Mrs. Quinn, Miss Quinn, Morris Mullins, p:> 0 Notions and Millinery
r. price caught; In three or four hours, ,nys our Mrs. Ball and others. enc- --

imported Kau Gallie coriespondent. ... Wr sr
:> New Goods at clone prices.
Win,
,,Today from Mr. Hoffman Allan, of Hlchmond, SANFORD VS. TITUSVILLE. p:> "
1 Italy Va., and his charming wife, are guestsof = YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.

John B. Togni, an Motel enthusiastic Plaza, Rockledge.fitilierniiin,Mr.and AllanIs has Yesterday, there was a game; of base -- John R. Walker & Co. t
ball between the Banfurd and TitusvllU
:Metropolitan Saloon, 123: East Bay St. made some fine catches since his arrival teams, which took place on the Titusyule : TITUSVILLE, FLA. O'1b* '
the
several weeks On
ago. Thursday, -- en
Bitaeb Club's grounds, south of ..
JACKSONVILLE Fr.01UDA.Wbol..aal. = -
Indian River
14th instant, on oppoaite
c:1Ien :
town. Just before the game commenced; ta.: .
y, .. and R..tall.SOl. ...... Rockledge, be caught four channel bass, the Indian River Badd: appeared on our I -
weighing respectively 0, 20, and 2(>lbs. =
streets Jndrave some choice selection
Mr. than is not only an enthusiastic, / TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
1 .)) ny- of music, which were much appreciated : .
fUherman and .STOVES.
also '
but an energetic succeeded
Most of our stores closed for the occasIon -
In landing these large and vigorous 1
and a large crowd wan present to
F. A. LOSLEY, game fish with his delicateoz.! enjoy the game which commenced at I gl ..

rod. 2:30: and finished at 8:00. the victorious
.
.1 TITUS VILLE, FLA.NEAR :Messrs. J. J. Jacob and J. M. Laflln, team being Titusville. The weather was JUST RECEIVED.
who have been on a two weeks' trip to glorious for the occasion, and the boy

the head of Indian Klvqr\ on board Mr. of both tennis-who were heartily cheered - IN uRaN E 2 Burner Gasoline Stoves, $3,5Q. Wood Stoves from $7 to $25.0(1.; ()
Lnflln'B comfortable l houseboat, Rose from time to time by the many spec \ tavwariI

Marie, returned here,Sunday last. They tators. made some fine plays. I .erg Write for description.
report having killed a number of ducks, In the evening the members of the I i I M' Mtrer/ITMMX. i

snipe and other birds; and also caught Cherokee Club gave a ball In honor of '. SD00i
40 fine trout and ilO sheepsUend, beside the /Sanford team a large number being Jas. Pritchard & Son.DEALERS
snappers and other fish. Messis. Jacob present to'' trip the "light fantastic," / .
, snit Lobe will again sail oft from Tins- which terminated at 12-0 p. m.

vII Ie, t,'-d."y, this time for Bannna River. I I-i fI! IN HARDWARE.
I, Next week Mr. Chas. F. Naethlng'a two
LONG-STANDING LAW SUIT "
A
from New Titusville :e: or1da
( nephews Are expected York : _
" :. to lake a cruise on the Rose Marie
After the lapse of about six' yearn, -- -
The fishing on Indian River,as well as fighting; the affah! 'a'of the defunct firm of
Lake Potnsett, has been superb, and was Pace & Doyle In the law courts, Mr. x.iInsuraii43e3Saves: : :: : : Sale
never better; and duck shooting still Wm. M. Brown the assignee; takes many families from absolute poverty ..For By.. lfmm rUttP ARrs
catches
remains very good. The largest pleasure in sending; the ADVOCATE a
of fish have been lately made by F. J. check, being the first dividend of five and destitution. Every man can

? ,,1y Simmons, of Detroit Mich.; and F. W. per cent on the assets of Pace & Doyle. protectjhU wife andJchllUrengfroro such Robt. L. Motlow
Sohoonmaker; of New York; but it will The long delay In making a dividend embarrassments by carrying a policy In ,
not be long ere J. O. Bennett, of New
was caused by an effort! of one of the the MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
York; Heury Bradley, of Potomac, Md.; creditors of Pace &; Doyle to brake up
R. L. Grlffls, of Provldenoo .R. I.; Hoffman the assignment and it bas only been the strongest and best company in the Titusville;
t Allan, of Richmond, Va.; and J. within the last three months that the I world. Represented by
Wesley Bowen, of Philadelphia, will be court has decided that Mr Brown is ataslt Ct- t< (wi
In line-to say nothing of the coming legally the assignee. Within a short O. JS. JSolxxxyioxsTITUSVILLE andCocoa let lM.a l/wl wt:
." & TAYLOR fish catches R. II. of Brook FLORIDA. ,twnw ?ap, ti
by Lalmbeer time Mr. Brown expects to sell the remaining a.
1 7 lyn, says one of the Rocklecge correspondent assets of the firm, and he will Correspondence Invited.

'' Artesian Well of the ADVOCATE.I probablv notify the creditors when the Florida. f S 3.20
I*UHf II I I will take that they n
r tale \ place, BO may THE GRKATKST: DISCOVERY OF THE
CARD OF THANKS. have an opportunity of becoming bidders NINETEENTH CENTURY.

It i filial COHTRACTORS, .. ; if they so desire. f .

: Fm Ban Gallie Fla. The Progressive Culture Club desires NOTICES. SMOKEYOUNG'S '
to express through the columns of the CHURCH MAGIC GAY BROTHERS-
ADvocATE lr.tlon of the f
.. .. rendered
services them ID present- .
Don't throwaway ninny ht Ing:, ,
: chinch
i uVincent's advice Divine service at S> Martins FLORID
patent medicines. I hunks are due to the Indian River Band, GROCERS.
,, alone la worth a gallon of "cure all" for music; Mr. and Mrs. J. n. Walker, Jupiter, on Friday next at 10 o'clock a. Asthma and La Core.
tuff. Write' him at Jacksonville. fiirnltiue and other stage property) m., and 7 :::10 i'. m. Also Sunday la St. Paul'schurch the Grippe .

1 -- . -- -- -. M emirs.. Jas. Prltchsrd &; Son, stage property :J4th, at, Eden 10Ha: -Tibbaliy m.; aud on la All Saints, The. wonderful auuceaa that hu been obtained We make a Special Feature of our
; Mr. W. M. Brown foi managing by this grout Magic CireIn." short a time,
church, veland-Jeniwn, Bt3'tO: p. m. which !la uliowii by the Knit Umtlmonials from
JOHNSON LAW COMPANY scenery and other assistance; to many At Fort Pierce on Monday, March 23th; poll.of the boot and the
ladles for costumes loaned to Department.
(talent guarantee tu Hume autturiiiic tram theimve
at .10) m. :
public generally for their liberal patronage 1; p. dlMamn.: They nbonld not fall at try it.
11 Ilia. vereuibleooiui. oiiml. I oballenttehe
purely |:
EDISON LALANDK we feel very grateful.; , I.Ine ttrenmithlp Co.'a'Jllency world to deny that' thla I*die tint and only Knowing how difficult it is in some localities to get, OOOD GROCERIES
The Clyde
MAUDE E. BALDWIN, ours our for (nroumptton; latumi. CoughaMhtna CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them tilled
NO. 2 Culture Club. la at the ADVOCATE office, Titus. and [... that baa been
SAMPSON Secretary Progressive \ Grippe ever put ,
and And know the
and
promptly carefully; we quality prices will be satisfai tory.
vllle, where you can secure rpaervations.eWhere before tho public. It hue never failed In any
a and DRY BATTERIES, cape where It haa been tried. eiuuklnic Youn 'sGreat We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House in East Florida, and hate
FOR GAS ENGINE IGNITION A POPULAR HOUSE. to atop along the East Coast,, MIIKln tore the smoke roes: direct to the many articles not usually found In other and smaller houses.
lungs,and destroys all mlurolwa.
See list of hotel ou 7th page. SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.ESTABLISHED.
.1 package. Trial package 25 cents.
One of the most popular and larlollt'dry Where to stop In Titusvllle? See Tiusvllle per if the U. S. .
Sent to
prepaid any part -------- ------ - ----------------
goods houses In Florida Is Cohen hotel and boarding bouse ads on Prepared only bvHENKY 1S70.(

Bros., on West Bay streett Jacksonville. our 7th page. K. THOMAS.
This Is tbe store ) promptly refund \ Chemist: Druggist. LaVllla Pharmacy.

your money If yon are dissatisfied Remember that the EAST COAST Jacksonville, Fl.... M. Lane
with your purchase; and they also take ADVOCATE does all kinds of job printing & Son

Measure In mailing you samples. Cohen at short notice. Send!: them an order For Sale ,
Bros have now on show the boss, most and be convinced that It IB the plane to -

stylish and cheapest Easter goods ever have job printing done. At Daytona, on the Halifax, six: acres 283 WASHINGTON STREET. NEW YORK.
Imported into Jacksonville. This dry hotoe hammock land, cleared, fenced '

food palace baa tbe newest and most Line. and partly\ set with orange tree. OUO. Southern Fruit
Clyde Steamship and ProduceCorrs.missiori
Fashionable dress goods silks, cballles, Doe-half cash, balance 8 per cent.
woolen, wash-fabrics, eto. Address
Tickets and reservations via the Clyde
COIIKN Bnos.,

nr r e West Jacksonville Bay street,, Fla. Steamship U. Walton Line at the can ADVOCATE be secured. office of Cbas., Tlusvllle. 33 Hogan C'OUKTIAND st., Jacksonville BUCKUAN,, Fla : : : :IMIerohan: : : ts.


;.J'r y, i) N .._- There Is but one Chronic Disease peoallat SPECIALTIES: : ORANGES and GRAPEFRUIT. Stencils, Cards and our quo

Yl ,II...d For .a.OOO. the of note tu Florida-Dr. Vincent, of tatlons furnished
on application.
Jack or.TlIle. Write him for symptom
Full line of Electrical Supplies. lanks.
JOHNSON LAW CO. Judge Call 'a! Circuit Court chambers Tltnsvllle, Fla., March 4, 1001. ESTABLISHED igrg.
lackionvllW,' lIatened'paUontly last The public will\ take notice that by
f : 33 .I: 51 W. Forsytb St. Jacksonville\ Fie Thursday to lengthy; arguments made by order of the Board of County Commla- VISIT the most peculiar and interest-

A. O. Hamliti, attorney for defendant, loners; the ferry on and across the Sebastian [ log sight to America . . .. Wm..A.ovRS az CO.
and Ales St. Clair-Abrams, for plaintiff River Is hereby discontinueduntil \
Take a Trip on the >n defendant's demurrer to complain further notice. THE FLORIDA. GRAIN GARDEN
mi's declaration In the suit of William J. R. \V ALB:1CR.: SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS
H. Rosy vs.,the Florida East Coast Rail- Chairman of Board.
OkiawahaRiver way Company D. U. Fletcher also for OstrichFarmCo.JACKSONVILLE. 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FL-ORIDA. ,

k defendant, made argument. decision m. handle only the best and most reliable //Seed. A complete stock of Day
reserved. Iloey sues for $2a,()OO damages HOTELS, BOARDING HOUSESAND Com, Oau, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright and
for personal Injuries sustained on dark at wbolesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co
t. the above railroad, February B, 1000, OTHERS. Star Brand r.nlll..on..nteed
Feb. 1001 ........ !!! 4n&l1lf..Orsnge tree aDd Vegetable r.Rllt Pare O'auperloon -.
23 er
Beginning Monday, ; af while In the employ of the defendant 1)) .Nlvac.Soda. Moanale I'otaah Sulphate Potash . fertilisers. :
1 M7 . have II
steamer leave Palatka for Silver Springat (ha" .''' '.and a trial if{nonyln"| *end for$?..i".
company .
lii:30 arrival of trains fromJacksonville ..
p. m., on L ..'!
1 and St. Augustine, every
f day EXCEPT SUNDAY, reaching Silver -Tom Johnson, the well known coop. \ E. A. WD DF

j ,. Spring! the following morning at 11 o'o'k. er. of La Orange has Just erected a fine I L
tank for Capt. C. F. Fischer, of ,
Returning; leave Silver Spring at 11: large eN..rty
q :10 p. m., after arrival of trains from this; place. He Is !getting orders for tanks Cosmopolitan Real Estate Office
all of the East Coast, and It von want rash. and Hall water FId 0yaten ,
and from
Ocala Mnndaj
day pane
Tampa every except MELTOJWhote
Ones Turtle,et. ,. Kotott. II. ,
reaching Palatka the following dayat text week he expects to erect two tanks ,ale) and Retail Fish/! and Order Company fool k BUREAU of
1' : 0 o'clock a. m.rare for[ Johnson Mr. W. J.baa Tucker the reputation, at Fort of Pierce.being 0 C Ocean at.,and City Market,JarkaonYlll. ria INFORMATION for CITY Of MIAMI |

Palatka to Silver Bprlnn..........,.. tT.O'I Mr. tank builders In
.. Sliver sprint, to Kalatka.9800 one of the best cypress Tike 13re,very ami Dade County In general. Loan and Collection
.
1'alatka ti>rtilvor. Bprlnir and return elate Florida, and the many order that are Agency.
.' Children to U yeah old,halt |>rlot. lowing In. will eventually compel him BIO West Buy St Jacksonville, Agent for the valuable
These prices include meals and sleep to: enlarge his cooperage and Increase his FINE Hallaudale, Fulford, TUTTLE ESTATE lands, located at Ft. Lauderdale,

t log berth. staff of bands. Wines and Cigars. aDd Cutler; also the Eeuteoof DanCUTLER River, 'Mlaml, dCocosnut Grove
besldea
For information etc. address Liquors ''fronta many water
Fruit and
1M clfuntla bIrd.itaniUnc t to IS feet ; Vegetable: Lands of all sizes OD East
\V'. C. HARGROVE, 0. P. /. Hauling Anheuser Bu.oh Extra Palo on Draught. hiKa, welfttuBK W to ale poeads a cb. Ostrich Keys so Key Weat. Orange and Phosphate lands Coast and chain 01
_i*. .nc.,,oalrtch altua* and baty oeulohe on West Couto.
Palatka. Fla. Fine Cold Lunch Served Daily lust......-. For
Of all kinds done promptly and reason vtelton throegb554 farm, explaining Correspondence, enclose stamps. ,
OulctM
\. ) . the beat of Service and a pleasant quiet eaoor ... _.. ARMOUR .I: CO.l"ertiUsera Agent for
Feed and livery etables. all about blrda,their ,habits,, Chicago 'AIRKOTER
IJT7K adlnit notice ads on this page ably. MUNCH WIND HILLS ChlcaCJo
lfgr.e
,: ste'fivd cents per line per week. . >, KWIKO Rica, Tltuevllle. _ort. JOHN F. plum.... Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI FLORIDA. ,


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