Title: East Coast advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00342
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: April 12, 1901
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: VID00342
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
lccn - sn 96027112
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|vnd Topics of General Interest. Secure your reservations! over the Attorney C. T. McCarty, of Ankona, mention the ADVOCATE.Mr. Mr. and Dire Hoffman Allan, of Richmond Where to stop along the East Coast. i

Clyde Line at the ADVOCATE' office, TI- .was In town on Wednesday.You W. W. Italian, a well-kuown Va., have been having good sport See list of hotel on 7th page:

THE ADVOCATE tusville. eGardner's will find something about pine- orange grower, was In town on Wednes! at Ponce Park, catching bass, sheep The ADVOCATE I III now on file at all

$1.50 per annum, In advance. Screven's and Kline's apples on 2nd and 3rd pages. day. head and other Itch, this weak. On Friday the best hotels In Now York city.

1.00 six months, '. stores paint. have been treated to a new coat of -Mr. H. E. Woodall has rented the PARLOR TABLES at Gardner's. weighed Mr.' i'I Allan IOlb8,,caught and measured a, shark Otto, which long. Where to stop In 'I'lt IIAVllleP See Tltttsvllla I

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. Robblns cottage on the river bank, next -Do not fail to see Blind Tom' at.the It took oonsldeiablo time to liuul him hotel and boarding house ads on I

Some bargains In real estate will be to Mr. W. M. Woodward's. house Tltusville the ashore. our 7th page.
Opera Tuesday
subscribe for the ADvocATE found ,
you on our 3rd pHge. North Carolinaproperty TRY A "HOWARD" II Good Kith Inst. The !St. hotel St.
by the year, it does not cost you Head tl.. ad. AT. News from Miami say that on Tuesday :: George Augustine,
shape and a comfortable lit. at Bahla Honda Mr. M. 1). Wilson has closed for the season, after a splendid
{three cents per week, postage Included. -Capt. E. II. Rice, left here, Monday, ,
I date of expiration printed -Mr John Pendrel, soliciting pa Rongcr At RHODES, the Clothier Titusvillp.Mr. for Quincy' Fin., where lie Is visiting of Connecticut, caught/ a tarpon I hat tourist business.

Note paper or wrapper every week. upon This agent of the Chde Line, spent from ', E. L. Brady, who ban been lookIng friends tipped the scales at :3K<.Ins. This Is said The Algonquin) hotel, St. Augustine,

I your for NJ, need Wednesday until Thuisddy atRocklodge. after his business Miami for a time, to be a much larger tarpon than tho one la now under the mamigoment of Mrs.
Is a receipt your money. WA NTEI customers for Tllluk8lSho.a
I for us to send receipt for subscription.The -Dr. B. R. Wilson left here, Wednesday returned here on Wednesday. referred to In lust week's ADVOCATE:, A. S. felt Read the ad on our 8thpage.
Oxfords, /Sewing:: Machines, Matting, caught by Mr. Charles F. Nauthlng, of
] date gives It to you. for Eau Oallle where be went to. Messrs. E. R. and John Bradley, etc at OAIIDNBU'S, Tltusville. West 72nd street, New York at Coiner' On Monday, Hotel Royal Poloclana,
see Dr. Hebard, of Ohio, who Is BuffetIng proprietors of the Palm Beach Club,were Creek. Palm Bench, closed Its door* to the public -
Mr. J. T Mathers Is
from iheumatism. now runninga
TUB EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on : among; Tuesday's passengers, en route toHt. after one of the most successful.
sale at the following news-stands, at five SEND A TRIAL ORDER TO O. E. Augustine They will soon leave for One livery to be stable patronized.Mr. In Tltusville.. He doserves Mr. J. G. Bennett, of New York, has son on reooid. Work has already commenced
Coons' Chicago. taken some Hue fish while at Rookleilge on the new Improvements, and
cents per copy : Cash: Store, Jensen, and see
Tttusvllle-B. R. Wilson & Son. how you can save money there by W. II. English! of the MoFar- this season. Among others he broughtto before long the will bu a big change; In
and Alexander of
J. B. Screven.JacksonvilleUnited spending It. -Mr. Mrs. E. V. land Fruit Protection Co., arrived in gaff within the last few days four the north end of the hotel.
Youngstown Ohio, filends l of Mr. and from Jacksonville channel bass, weighing leHpeoilvely li'J: ,
States hotel. town, yesterday,
Windsor hotel. -Miss Ethel Coutant, of this place, Mrs' Pierre Titus, spent a flay or so In I 20, 21) and 31 pounds. Taking Into consideration Manager Henry W. Merrill, of tho
'< was a guess' of Hotel Ormond from Sat- town this week. They left for 1St. Augustine THE M, 'Tln R'8 FRIEND" BOY'S the rare vainey qualities of Royal Palm Miami, him been spending

Duval hotel. urday until Monday. She reports baying Wednesday. Shut Waist, Laundtled, 4cts.KHODKS () this noble and beautiful fish, and the few days In St. Augustine and Jacksonville
News stand, Union depot the Clothier. this week. lie will\ soon leave for
enjoyed herself Immensely rough and tumbling, waters of the In-
MoNamara & Dozier 20!)
his York
hotel the New
West Bay street. -Mr. and Mis. U. J. Smith and family, Is the best tool for grove work. W. -Mr. T, E. hand, a former resident of dian' River, In which they were taken, and from-them RnYl\ltun-ln he will to the Craw-,
St. Augustine-Hotel Alcazar, who have been spending the winter at S. hart, of Hawks Park, Is agent for Tltusville, U. now residing. In West Palm Mr. Bennett nays thktcau exceed ford house White Mountains for tho
of till character i It. ,
Dade Brevard and Tolusla.Mrs. Deacb.lIIr8..
their Rockledge home, have arrived at summer '
i Trout are being taken at Hocklodgu also
Reading notice ads. are ten cents their summer homo at Pompton Lakes, -] Sanford and son, Seldon, of \Y. J. Jarvis, one of Cocoa's In great numbeis and they are limning Mr. King:, chief clerk at Hotel

|per line on this page. New Jersey.Mr. South Kgromont:/ Mas., after spending most prominent ladles, paid a visit to :. unusally large,,catches of from eight to Royal Frerj.C. .; and Mr. H. W. Honrlo.Oimliler

I MANON'S CANDIES are the Best. and Mrs.' ]Hoffman Allan, of several weeks at the New Rnckledgo hotel Mrs. A. D. IVnuey, of this place on. seventeen pouuds each being made dally, of the same palatial hotel, passedthruugli !

Richmond, who have been spending the Rockledge, arrived here, Saturdaylast Tuesday.The.
Tltusvtlle, Monday en route to
-Mr. J. 0. Bast spent a couple days week Pink, on a visit to Mrs Jas. Ptltchaid.Mr. Mr. R. L. Orlflltli, of Providence, H.I. ,
at Ponce have gone to St. .- Southern Produce and Grocery who spends his winters at the New New Orleans and! other cities, en route tu
| with friends at Eden this ,week. Augustine for a few.days. The Aovo- '. and Mrs. B. W. Curlier and Company, of Jacksonville, are soliciting Rockledge, Roclilcdge, I Is faithful follower New York, the hotel having been closed

-The Clyde Line Steamship Co.'s CATS follows family of Lynn. Mass.; and Mr. ROll u share of your patronage, Read the ad, of Iznak. Walton and a very successful for the season !Messrs.' King and Snarls

I agency is at the ADVOCATE office, Titus- -Mr.' F.. SvedelliiH' a few days ago, Mrs (i M. Met rick and Miss, Mabel Mer- on our 4th page one. Last Wednesday he hook are young men of exceptional l ability, and

Ivllle, where you can secure reservations.0 sent Mr \V. T. Wells, of Melbourne, a I'lck"oJ New Brighton, PH., will remaina -Mr. Louis Larson, who has been on I: ed twenty-seven trout the catch weigh when they rotnru to Pulm Bench next
16 pound cabbage, which was one of a week or so longer at Ormond, ere leave Ing ]157 pounds one of the finest haul winter they will again officiate at tho
Colorado office
and wife who trip to U again In the
J. a ,
Mr. Mlddleby, Jr., / bo
will that
which time
for the nOIth.Mrs. by ,
number of large ones grown on drained ing ever made. at Rocklodgtt, he
I have been enjoying a visit to City Point ofithe land department of tIle F. E. C. the largest hotel In the United State.
land Rockledge, are again at their home land at Valkarla. M. A. Sprague and her daughter Railway, st. Augustine.Dr. came In with a string of seventeen Mr. King ns usual, will be found at Hotel -
1261.9! and ho
| in Maltby Mass. -Mrs, 15reck mother of Mrs.\ A. E. Miss Edna Bard of New York, who weighing : pounds, Friday
W. L. Hughlett, of Cocoa was brought; In with the text of his catch n Netheiland, New Yoik, until he goes
returned from Chat Hold, who has been enjoying the have been on a pleasure\ cruise to the Tuenday' on- his to tile United State: hol(( I at Saratoga
Judge M Inor 8. Jones, West Indies left West for among passengers way twelve-pound crevalle!, which gave him T
j his trip to Klondike, Sunday, and, left, winter at Rockledge, pawned through Wednesday., They Key will probably Tampaon be 10 Jacksonville, to attend the meeting of considerable sport before he succeededIn After an unusually successful season,
here Tuesday route to her home In
I Monday morning, for DeLand' where he New, Haven Conn., en In Titusville on Monday or Tuesday the &tate Medical Association landing It. Mr'. ( and gssedthrough Hotel Ormond, Ormond, cloned Iti door I
I has been holding court. < -bur reader should deal with tbolleadvel.tlllel' Tttusvllle, yesterday, said his biggest to the general public nn. Tuesday The '

WE SELL. ONLY UNION LABOR Work upon the boiler, etc., at the I -Mr. R. W. Parsons, second vice-pres- who are bidding for a shareof catch In one day was 157lbs., and In hotel on !Monday win beginning( to havea

Stamped Shoes' They guarantee you' Tltusville Electric Light Works, Is being ident of tbe F. E. C. Railway who bad their patronage. Live, up-to-date four day he caught fiOSlbs." of list). The look of quietness) not seen since the

good workmanship and easy-fitting pushed forward as rapidly as possible I been on a trip to Cuba, passed through merchants always advertise' their wales, fishing in Indian River at present. Is ex commencement of the season. The weather -

foot-wear.; RHODES, the Clothier.Mrs. Our townspeople will be glad to see the Tit ullvllle, Wednesday, en route to St. Head the ads In the ADVOCATE cellent. however, has, this week, been delightful
Jacksonville and York
electric lights turned on again. Augustine, New and regretted that
his headquarters. Ills friends are -Mr. R. King\ ; Gibbs non of Mr. Geo, many they
L. T. Daniel, of Cocoa brought many were compelled to return north A ADlessrs.
tier three children up to towp, Friday -Mrs. P. II. McLaughlin, of Brook- always glad to see him South. W. Glbbs, of St. Augustine expect to -l>r.': C. P. Platte has opened a drugstore Anderson A: Prlve are so early.
lyn, was among Tuesday's passengers: leave for South Africa to enter Into business. naturally,
I last, for the purpose of having/ their at Fort Pierce. The Doctor I*
Mr. Alexander E. Little iiilte pleased! at tho successful!
en route home. She had been the guest; proprietorof hold season
( Daniel had At present he a position In pushing auead.
taken. Mrs.
photographs of the New Rockledge hotel, Rockledge, the Slrosls shoe factory Lynn, Maser, the First National Dank St.: Augustine. they have had, and now they ,will be
|Dot been in Tltusville for some yea1'8.Mr. all the winter and her many Indian stopped over at the Ormond a few days -:Mr. Frank Bond, of Ihe Bond Lumber able to fake ninoli-needeil rest for ,a }

and Mrs Chas. McCarthy, have River lends i hope to see her here next this week, on his return from Nassau, -Mr I and Mis. W. S. Conner prominent Co., panNtd lluuiili|( lime, yesterday, few weeks, ere leavlngforthe I north, The
I left Hotel Oiinond, after spending/ several N. P., where he went a few weeks ago. clitzfii* of 'flt nt"n. N. J., who have eu tutu to Miami Ormond I III said to be one of the most

I weeks at that home-like hostelry They iiHim.Mr. He reports a very f'nj.'ynblet'II'| and taro at Palm Beach fora month or so, I, hutne-like hotels on the East Coast, and
"'. J. Berne, a weil-known resident finished the Oi mood here > route -Mi*. A. A. Stewart, of this place, the after .
(stopped over a few days In Jacksonville, It by playing goll on paused through yesterday i n hAil been visit her' ninny of name guests return year I4
.f of Hotel on a to son Mr. Oscar
Jacksonville was a guest ,
1 New York and Boston, en route to I heir ( links. to New Mnyrna and otter point, en year. The office stuff, H* follows, Is
Oi numd a couple of dn s or so the first Stewart, at IJoniiventure this week, r
borne, enjoying short vacation and
I route now a
home in Portland, Me. We hope to see are
Miss Leila of West Palm
|them here next winter. of the week. From there he went to Anthony, -Dr. Goo. H. Altree hall been In Jack Illllng In the time swimming, sailing/ ,
Beach who had been to Jacksonville -The Ladle Guild of 8t. Gabriel'sEpiscopal
Daytona tt> visit old lends. For many on a trip
onvllle this week, attending the meeting riding, driving, golfing, eta. They Include
-Mr. W. T. Wells, a prominent and years, Sit Berue wan a resident of Hall- to see i Mr Joseph Jefferson as church 'wilt meet at the residence of the State Madlual Association.The L. H. Blnglmm, chief clerk who N t twill
(popular winter resident of Melbourne, fax river, hence he Is well known in that "Rip Van Winkle," stopped off at Day. of Mr. T. T. Wet more, this (F'l- spend nd June In New York

J who has been advertising in the ADVOCATE section.Mr.. toots, Monday with her friend Miss day) afternoon. As there are some maltel' branch of the ostrich farm at and then to tee Mount Pleisant house 4

for a launch, writes us as follows : Clark, with whom she stayed until Titer of Importance to discuss, a full attendance Paltu Beach has closed for the season, White Mountain N. 11.1 Charles Davis, f
and | ,
I F. W. Schoonmaker BODFraok..f day, when she passed through 'Iltusvlllu Is requested.Dr and the ostriches arrived at the farm InJacksonville
"I have already bad quite a number of Montclalr. N. .., were aboard cashier, will be found at the same house
I good boats offered to me. The pink Tuesday's northbound train en route en route home and Mrs. F. II. Houghton: passed Monday, safe and sound. the coming/ summer; Harry G. Marvin,

I paper is a good; medium to use." home, after a pleasant ,visit of a couple -Mr. and Mrs J. F. Hathaway, prom 'through her., Saturday last, on their Mr Coiuell accompanied: them m"nlnd key clerk, will\ be the managerof

-Some of the finest strawberries we of months. or so at Rockledge. Mr. inent residents of West Pomervllle. way to Diyton; where the Doctor had -Mr. and 'Mr, Harvey Tomllnson, HOtJoNlpll'.rk Lodge, Lake Sema ee,

I have had this season were (grown by Schoonmaker Is one of New York's prominent Mass., after enjoying the hospitality a special call to do some dental work for former resident of Titusville, will prob- N. 1L, the coming season; D. Trudeau l ,

[County Commissioner R. A. Conkllng, druggists, and a hall-fellow-well- Hotel Ormond for ver two months, left I one of the prominent winter resident. ably leave St. Augustine for New York bookkeeper, will go to the Mount Pleasant -

(of Tillman, who has our thanks for a line met. The ADVOCATE follows. for New York and home on Saturday They returned home last night. t. -mllrrow. )tl'. 'Tomllrmon will upend house, to occupy a similar position;
few days before the closing of the bouse. the summer In England and other parts MU M. A. Gardner, .sslatsntcashier,
basketful this office by
{ brought Into Chas. B. Jefferson Mrs. EffleKltHou I r -Dr. and Mr*. 1 D. J. DIBol hive re-
-Mrs. Their friend were 'to see of will be cashier, at the Ml\l'lewf'l N. II.,
Alderman many sorry Kurope.Mr. ,
J. K. Walker. They were 7
[ Lauretta I tinned to their home In New YOlk City
and her sister, (
E. untie Mil Fal-
them leave. niDged by Mr. A. A *
| beauties, and we did full justice to them. Snyder, who have !been enjoying themselves 'after pending; the Inter ar. Cocoa.nol: Wm. M. Mackenzie, theZenl.1/ the operator will be found; .
vey, occupy.log
-Mr. Joseph, Jefferson, the actor, recently at Hobe Hound and Palm Bench: -liliod Tom, the negro pianist, gave a ntherp lute on the East Coast fl' Florid representative of the Amwilcaft Net and a similar posit I too. the coming aura- of

took one of the contributors of Ibis winter' are now sojourning with splrndld concert In the Opera bouiw, *. They, ale regular winter visitor, 'I'wineCo., flf New YOlk, aiilvvd from mer at be Mount Plemant bouse; Alls

The Ladies' Home Journal with bill on Mrs. Jeffeison's sister, Miss Carey at Saturday evening.He knows nothingiilxiut and have many friend on Indian River I|hft West Ciiiist of Flmlda >est rday, He en Sawyer, stenographer, will also\ beat 1

lone of bis famous flatting trips at Palm Ormond. The former three'ladles will notes, but plays the mat Intricate -Mr, soil Mr*. Tho F. Kevin. Mr. andMvlll leave for various points south : the slIme hotel ID a like capacity, the +

I Bench, and the story of the trip, with noon leave for the north. Mrs Kltson pl ti with ease. After concluding some and Mr, Hugh McLaughlin Mr. Frank this after noon. coming eason. Wm. steward,

photographs of tbe actor at his favoiite Informed he ADVOCATE repe entatlve of IIIH best selections be suited any one ID. Nevln, Mr Qusld and other* tu the' -Mr. T. Rov PuckMt, proprietor of will occupy the same position .& the

.sport, will shortly be given In that mug- that she would probably to California the audience to step forwsid and execute number of sixteen, left Merritt on Tuesday the Cocoa *n(( Kockledue News, who Mount Pleasant house which, a* usual t twill

zine. next winter; but her many friends hope a new piece and he would reproduce for St.-\ugii tlne, Jacksonville and ban been In the employ uf (the Roves n- be under the able management of J

-Blind Tom Is the same musical prod- she will come to the Emit Coast with Instead.her It of lifter this once city ,tearing accepted ft.the Pro Invitation!.!Ellen wood, and their hooe.t Brooklyn, N. Y., after adtllljl'btfLJI moot at Washington for come lime past, Me..sr*. Anderson 4 Price

IIfY as ever,- he play with the same uncle, Mr. Joseph and Jefferson more people, will Blind Turn accomplished, the feat so skillfully time on Indian River topped off here a short while yesterday, --

bandon, and exhibited the same astoniahlng New residences B. wile and on 111 le wsy tu Cocoa.CHURCH. OFCIT
make things lively at lobe Sound next as to elicit much AJIJlau.-Ullcs, -Prof. Cha Cory, son, ENS.
aptitude al I Imitation, no matter. winter. N. Y. Dally Press. At the Opera house, Cba*. 'ory, Jr. of Boston, who have i
Mietber be ever had beaid tbe piece before Tltusville :Tuesday next, the lute lost. been enjoying .t..maehn at Palm Beachall
says the Toledo Commeiclal. Ills -Tbe Alba Hey owl company gave an the winter, have been gurU of the NOTICES. The Colored Et Coast Camp-Meet-

knitulcry was very laughable and kept entertainment at the Open house, Tltusvllle -Mr. J. O. Bennett and his sister, St. J nines hotel', Jacksonville, a few days lag Association having arranged to hold,

he audience In a hilarious humor.Mr. last Friday evening, which was MI'S Itennet', of West 82nd: street, New this I week The limes-Union sod Citizen, their annual meetings at Tltusville, dur
those who were pres Yolk who have been at Rock ledge nearly Service lo the Presbyterian church lug the coming summer and hall, a meetIng -
much enjoyed by Prof. that he I Is
'- Peter Nelson, of Perth Amboy, Mr.' Alba Ileywood ls an artistlo all!| the winter, passed through. Titus-In referring to Cory says oextHuuday, March toe 10th: Sunday: of citizens was held at the Board of
Y., who das purchased the fine piece ent. effective mlrth-provoker, vllle, Tuesday, CD route home. Mr. Bennett one of the most expert /golf player school, at 0:16: '\. m.; preaching, at 11 a. Trade room, Tilusvllle, last evening, to
And thoroughly has .been In the State thla winter and he
t property In South Tltusvlle, formerly he the audience contulced withlaughter bay that Rockledge U, this mouth, of ..hetonrn"tne"ta tn.; children' meeting at 3 p. m.; prayer give them some material encouragement
and kept has been entered In almost all
wned by the Rev. Sidney Wilbur, }lu- from the time he appeared on morn lovely and attractive than ever, on the link of the Florida and praise service at 7:13: p. m. Tbe meeting wa well attended.! Mr. Jon.

l'or mil us that our reporter made an error the stage until be left It. He responded and he and hi* sister putted with a Ilre.tmany East Coast Golf Association, of which ho Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold divine U, Robbins was chairman, and Mr, J, (i.

in stating that be was an "ex-Mayor Asa character Impersonator friends. In the hope of meeting service Sunday next at Eau: (Jal. least, secretary,
ft t Penh to several foamed. I I. ...cret..,. Not only I is he an expert on
the t'1'1'0rI
Amboy. He wishes Rockiedue when another It wa" shown that had already
brat. Miss Ein- them again lit money
he ls tll golflut but he U also in authority on lie subjects! Motnlmr service. "Res
be corrected, as he does not wish to vocalist nnd Miss OertrudeMonioeanvlollnliir winter rolls 'round. Mr. Bennett I I. one urrection of Lord service been subset Ibed siifllclent to buy the land
Ilie Cole, na golf, and his rulings In almost all cases our ; Evening ,
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under: false colors. are both talented In of the mont enthusiastic flahormen who : a.. accepted.A "The Intermediate sUle of the dead" necessary for the meetings/, the fencing
visits Indian River and he Is generally of the same, and the building of a ult-
VIIEN SHOE only lines and they were en- ,
A { gt their respective
haul In the NOBBY MADRAS MEN'S SHIRT Key. Dr. Well, of Lake Helen, will able road to the
those with tbe Union Labor stamp In thusiastlcnlly re't.'lveflllod! captivated' by line of the most lucky ones to ground
them. comfortand audience. Mr. Oustave Ulrich has finny tribe. Wehope those Mr."nd1.\ ..* II worth 61!. closing at.ftOots.RHOUKU ( preach a new century sermon! atr LaGrange On niotloir, a committee of four w*.
They will assure you tbe cellolst, and he received Bennett down here next winter; but: In : the Clothier, sells them. Sunday, April lltli. at 11 o'clock :. appointed to M-* that the fence and road
good ability as a ,
KnoDts wear.the Clothier Titusville.on several rate encores, w hlch goes to prove that the meantime, the AitvocATB will keep .. m., and at the Blip'lilt chuiuh, Tltnvllle were properly constructed, and the 4
On them posted upon the general topic of 7 o'clock p. m. The discourse will ground prepared In time for the A saw
musical gift was appreciated. WE BUY YOUR PRODUCTS at the
his '
until their be Instructive and Interesting. All are elation' colored la
consider this one the Interest along tbe East Coast with tbe grand picnic May.
whole consistent
SMOOTH CAYENNE PINEAPplants the we highest price Invited.
that has visited TI- return. The committee consists of Judge A. I>.
entertainments Make remittance
vie chuap, write to best mal keto prompt ; Penney K. W. Itboden. Fred A. Lesley
J, U. BELL, St. Petersburg Fla. tusville this season ASK FOR MANON'SGUAVA JELLY charge no commission or other. expense p and J. 0, Bast.

SEND HOME A CASE OF MANON'S *, except freight. Wanted Iln es. After the adjournment the meeting,
JONES: CO.. rfeelnrll.nd shlpper -
E. A.
Darrel8. Jelly.Cash Hi. committee held a elob to arrange
flinty SUlCar-and Rice Guava MERCHANTS SAVE MONEY BY of Fruit, Vegetable, produce
-- buying their good from tbe Florida and Fish 65 Cumberland street, and Abont five OAr load to run from 30 to for the prompt performance of the

For sale. Address;: ;:, "' ltegttef Wanted. Hardware Co., 10 West: Bay street, Jack-. 184" Holt *fr et, Norfolk, Va. BO to the crate for canning. State low. duties Aligned' them.

WALTER A. Moonr. .... son vilia PLEASE WRITE UH for quotation et.. cavli price. Add reae,
8 George St., Charleston: S. C. Second h.DdN.tbnaJ.ii ." Addres Itit We make a wpeclalty of all Florida C. J. MANGE, -Please write u* whenever y'ou fall to 1

Box M2.: West Balm Beach, *la, : Indian +er, product. Jacksonville, Fla. receive the ADVOCATE. vt
Florida Key Chance. -
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--...:. Tax Notice. Ha one of tbe most attractive\ and Boat And Yacht Sail IllrdjWanted.. Wedding Stationery.. }
For Bale, 10,000 acre of Island prop- best-stook.d.store along the East Coast: -
rty, from Key Largo to Key Wes A Thetas books' of Florida. 'You can find everything The ADVOCATE having received nice

holce lnvetmeot'
Os wanting snb-lrost land for cocoa- of the Ti-n of 3rd. Book open groceries and western meat. Material and workmanship flnt-claM. White Pelican, ".mhlCtItJ.1Id Ked soulBlue now prepared; to execute oo short notice,

uta, pineapples, grapefruit, lime, lem- IIIYely.lo.e on June I Particular attention paid to the Deed Price below' thOM oMalawbl.* la theNorth. Bird.. Address, Wedding lavltatloo, Annonncvmentu,

lie, guavas. etc.- Addrea every day o at the Court-house.. of yacbumen and craUInc partlea.Oxo Beod for etin. >ata.4t FLORIDA, OHTHICH FARM, I aDd Ladl*' vUltlagortla. Glveu* your

tFFORD." 113 Laura tit, M. 8. JurrTax -Collector.: I N. HATCH, Propr. < II_sar' BKXMKK. TICu III., Fla. Jacksonville, lla.r order. e
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SCHOOL BOARD MEETING. Choice Seed Potatoes.


The Board met at 8 o'clock: Monday Watson's Message. Early Rose Improved, No. 4,. . . 3.25 per barrel.
April let, 1001. Present: J. 1\\[. Dixon, j Early Rose New York and Maine .3 ((10" "

U R. N. Andrews and R. E. Mires secre New Early White Rose . . . . . .300" AITIebrpDa.

etCP tary.The . . . . . . . . . . .300 AI. AI
t b6 asP minutes of March meeting were Sho tails all suffering women how aha was Triumphs . . . . . : . . . . .375. AI
L Q u read, and on motion, duly approved.The Dakota Red*. , . . . . . . . ,3 60" Ii
; lr treasurer's report was received, cured of Ovarian Inflammation by'LYmA
: ordered All varieties of Peas and Beans and Garden Seeds at lowest prices nail reliable
read, examined found correct, stock. bend for price)list of all kinds of seeds
tiled the minutes and the redeemedwarrants
JitSfII on ,
r( duly cancelled and Hied. ii- .iI'r L. CAMERON, Seedsman
/Sundry: bills were read la detail and . : ;

\\\fII\ \UeeppJlfGf1'oflt payment Expenditure made*. as per lint of Itemized .: 'E'j- 125 East, Bay St.. - ---- --------JACKSONVILLE- -- FLA.KBYABLISIIED .
.T- -- --------- =
The reported having received -
secretary ----------
,\ the acceptance of Sir. T. J. Thompson to: "' 1880.

act as supervisor for school at Canaveral,

visited The all superintendent schools In the reported county, excepting having. ( NU2AM'Sj Bond Lumber Co.

two summer schools iccently estab- ,
: dished and from the Information gutliered P{ 1ircE
i MsTANIer RnSiti It In, In the judgment of the Hoard, i'- sv Manufacturers of and Dealers in

''I; ,x OIM prudent to paint several structures dnr .r
''I jOlt the summer, among tlionoln pressing' illeiTA LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING
need of it, and steps will bo taken to aocompllnh diT fi7d ,

: RS1114r the work In ample timer" the and Scroll Sawing AHO Veneered and Sawed
,\ fall term to prompUy open. Koulding-8\ Turning:: ; Orange
Crates. We solicit correspondence
and Vegetable
The legal voters of SeliHHtlan! precinct

; - having presented petition for a school Saw, Planing and Shingle Mills\ ut Bonds 51 Ills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at

r AS A PINEAPPLE nib-district, embracing their territory, DeLand and Titusville.
the movement was highly commended t4d
i 1
and and the
.' upon Inquiry investigation d56
plan of creating "Special Tax School
V. NEW YOIIK, N. Y., April 8, 1001. Districts," from the territory embraced DEAR MRS PIVKHAM! :-When I wrote to you a few months .James :McAlister.

Editor Kitft Cottvl A llt'alP. In the present three County (school Hoard ago I hud been suffering from Inflammation or the ovaries and i .. ..

"JiHtrlcU", received such favorable legal womb for over eighteen months. I had a continual pain and
22nd A letter of March appeared, relative In to your plneappla. Issue of lands the support an to Induce steps being taken soreness in my back and side. I believe my: troubles were caused (John Clark's old stand).
Immediately looking to consummation,
by overwork and lifting some years ago. Life was a drag to me
etc. etc. by Mr. %V. R. Itardee. It
3 intormation! alike helpful to the prospec-won a with form that of end petition in view, and the Hoard had: the prepared same and I felt like giving up. I had several doctors, but they did me Direct Importer and State McAlister's400PareRjeand

tive grower and Interesting to, the general printed to each little good. I bojran,: to use Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
r' public. Tho leader of said letter or ar.t visorinthecountyand, copies to various super- four months ago and am in better health to-day than I Bourbon

tide, however, would infer thnt the mainland sons thought to be specially interested per- have been for years. All my: pains are gone. Your Vegetable Agent for: ,
: was the land ID Compound has made me well. I recommend it to all sull'ei'
pineapple fng
10 the movement to secure additional i
t i Bouche, Flls& Co's. Champagne, E. Walter's (Baker's) Pure
,t, the fair State of Florida. Hinge for school purposes. women.-MRS. S. J. WATSON, Hampton, Va.

Let me, ID a kindly spirit, add to Mr.JIardeo's The Board is unanimous in saying tour When there Is one remedy that Is sure, and Kirker Greer Co's. Three Leaf Virginia Glades Pure Rye.

"I' Information, and state that people, that In their judgment, such hundreds of thousands of women know from experience Shamrock Irish Whiskey. CIGARS AND TOBACCO.Wm. .
'10 pineapple land on the peninsula, or in to provide sufficient
tops are nt.'oenol'Y reliable. Is It wise to experiment with
: the Melbourne district, Is fully worth revenue to run the schools. as popular untried and comparatively unknown medicine? Greer & Co's Old Vatted California Wines I'

: the price he nets upon mainland noil. wish demands, and provide a yearly sink- Highland Whiskey. t l" .51It Maryland and PennsylvanlaUye.

Many years ago a party located on the lug fund, looking to a healthy: rtuarrlil: We have .
depnxnedwith American Brewing Co.. Cele ;; Kentucky Bourbons.
peninsula, opposite Malabar. A Flor- condition of the school Interest ','aettti i $ REWARD the Natinnnl City Hank, f '
B' Idlan rowing on the Indian River, noticed petitions now go before the peopl and < of Lynn, $,;ooo. which' brat cd Beer, St. Louis, Mo. North Carolina Corn.

I '-r said party cultivating the soil, and we trust, they will appreciate) the rn..Live< 5 0 0 0 on who"D find that will the be above paid i to testimonial any per* PURE RYE Imported and Domestic Rums
rowing over and hailing him In a genial which prompts us to recommend It for letter Is not genuine,or watt published before JUG AND FAMILY TRADE A rem
spirit, said : "Hello, you nrn't going to their acceptance, and Indulge the hope obtaining the writer operfal permission, eCheap Liquors quoted on Appli-
I. locate here, are you?" "Yes, wby not?" that by prompt action we4 shall be enabled LYDIa B FlNKHAM MBDICINbt. Co. S peeJ.: y. cation.

responded the stranger. "Why, you can't with legal
to requlremnnt -
;, grow anything here. responded the ,
I Ev no na to have It operative In time ----- -------- --------- -- ------ --- -

-Fioridian.. "Well," said the stranger, to-der.ve-bene i for the present current FREE LOGO and SKIN CURE ,
MAINHARD BROS. - -- ---- ----
"you haven't any obfnctlon have, you?'* ,

'\ "0, no," replied the Floridian, "of course year.It having come to the knowledgeof An Offer Proving Faith.
I) not; right glad to have you fo< a neigh and :BROS.
: r the Board that in some instances, Ulcers Cleaning Dyeingestablishment
sores cancers scrofula.
but off base '
; you are way your If you school edifices have been! used for the
skin scabs and scales
think of Itching of eczema,
Potatoes, etc.growing, were anything planted this on the side.side purpose of holding dancing parties,and we aches and pain In bones back or joints, [ 12 New nan St., Clothing 12JO-1218( West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
official action the matter
take upon syphilitic blood poison, rotten and cleaned dyed, repaired and pressed
where "nothing could be grown," and gums ,

bin the mainland stranger nelghbois.had a yield la advance of our positively school prohibit buildings any for one such from leminded purponesIn using deep-neuted chronic rheumatism.blood troubles, and all are obstinate quickly, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Citizen's Liquor and Wine Merchants

the future. Supervisors are
cared by taking a few large bottles of
similar l
misconception seems to have ,
of the fact that they are custodians of Rotoi la Blood Balm We challenge the
been entertained in reference to growing the school property, and we look to them Barber Sfiop.
world for of blood disease that
a case -
Oldest house in the
pineapples, adjoining the land of said to see that the buildings, furniture and Uotonlo Blood Balm will not cure. The city.-
A who bad
stranger. putty. planted hisplnoapploftllpM apparatus of our schools are protectedby cures are permanent anrl not n patching Artistic hair Cutting, Shaving, '
nnd knowing of the\
I pre- every budding/ being nvoiiiuly lucked Wholesale Distributors of Lemps' St. Louis Beers
valllan opinion of mainlanders In genera dining intermissions of the school term. up. Is your blood thin? Skin pale All Shampooing etc, Porcelain! Bath Tube
al on tMa line <>t effort, brought an Eden We have in sections where run down? As tired, In the morning as Eveiy'thing up-to-date at reasonable rates.
no objection,
or visit his when you. went to bud? Plrrtplen IJulln? I I, II. COLEMAN OUR WINES AND
grower pineapples" to place, there are no church or Sunday school Proprietor LIQUORS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
and \had him .indld Swollen glands or joints Catarrh? Putrid U Main street Jacksonville 'FI.I.
give no opinion of peninsular their for these : ,
buildings/ to, use purposes ,
Boil and surroundings: "Well," breath? Eruptions? Sores In mouthor 3r"Call or send for Prices.
the school book furniture
provided -
he said, "we never looked upon the Mel- throat If HO, your blood Is bad _.
and nut damaged
apparatuses are --
'"' Blood Balm will make t the blood
bourt- district. favorable pure HOTELS HOUSESAND
pineapple, and the dooms and faHtnlnirs. to the house I BOARDING

"1 observation eultuke as ut as Eden regards, but the from soil cure It till In, properly secured after such us >I. and nod rich pains, heal, build every! up suit the, atop bioken-down the aches OTHERS.If =::..- ee-Z:: :: :MArSON': &:, Co. I''
The petition from certain pationaofthe
.I t really, as good, If not better than the body, and lovl ounce the old and weak.
school at Tropic, asking/ for the removal -
oil at Eden; and there I is no reason why of their school to City Point furthe Hot<>u io Blood I ;II.tltu, the! only perfect -Importcis and Wholesale Dealers In- I
blood Diuilti.. bold
; you should not grow pines, in size inquality puilllei < at drug stoles, f
r and quaotlty, and in Hivor, thee who summer could not,>> belnoppo"d leave/ wan declined by others, as 41.OO per large. /To In"tlie, IncludlngcomHtttadirections. faith In Blood and
prove our Wines
same as the mainland. Liquors
grown on lie the law would not permit it. Cigars i
added, "moi cover, yqu have a natural That them may be a thorough understanding Balm, a trial bottle given away to sufteiers. -
'" pro'ectlou, which we do not have." For free trial bottle, add.'e"l11H00d
a on the part of persons desiringto
Balm Co., Atlanta, Oa Don't
In furence
r to expenses and returns teach In the schools of the want Fresh and Salt
public hesitate but von water Kluh O\ntert Forn.Cl.aJ.o P'U.ro :
write at
once describing Et.ye.
of, or from'ploeapple culture Mr. liar- county, notice Is hereby given, that all Oroen Turtle, eto'l KO to ri K J/EI.TO\r:;, Whole' r
trouble, and free personal medical ad. .. '.. ,
late and "II and
dee overlooked another item favor oft ot r ( ROY foot
the 10,000 teachers must qualify themselves by vice given. Blood Balm ((13. B. B.) cures it Uoean "t Bud City Market,Jacksonville/ via Distilled by Ferndale Distilling Co., Second District of Kentucky; aged In 1
grower. Say plants are
grown standing the required examinations In when all else fulls. Thoroughly tested heated warehouse, and absolute pure and free from all adulteration. These goods i

. \ 7,500 on one apples.acre, and These yielding 7',,OO on an plants average will, I And June,that and only the list such of will applications be assigned./ for for JO years., Over 3,000 voluntary tentlmonlalH reader.IV We when would esteem rhe favor if oui I are pronounced by all connoisseurs to be without an equal, and are regarded by the i
of writing
using B. B. 1) Sold or calling
produce, at a very low estimate, from teachers may be full and complete It Is cures by advertiser upon medical faculty superior to all others for the use of Invalids. f
, I B. It. Wilson & Son, druggists. 22jnne01 our purchase murchandise,
three six
to and
t two Buckets
say suggested to all persons desiring assignment would FERNDALE RYE is put in plain marks whatever FOUR '
etc., mention the AI>VOOATB.: up. cases containing no ,
I slips and suckers 5 low -- - - -- - --
( ) 60,000 at $ a
that make application
t'I figure, will give $250. I I for teachers they positions through the county Wedding Stationery.The FULL QUARTS in each case, and delivered to you, all charges prepaid, at the following ,
I A decided advantage In favor of peninsula I WAN TED.-Capable, reliable person In every prices per case: !
I I f land Is the very Important fact that : Notice 1s given the patrons and friendsof ADVOCATE having received a nice county Financial to reputation represent; f BB large;eatery oitinf'Rny per year of solid pay Ferndale, A, 7 years old, 320. Ferndale, A A, 8j years old, 370. I
this land shielded from the cold wind. that the lot of the latent type and stationery, la able weekly| $3 per nay absolutely sure anif all
education In Ferndale
outcounty A A A 10 old
expense:straight,' bona nile, definite years $4.20. Money refunded Is not entirely satisfied.i.DE5issr .
\. by the Indian River, there being a surface Board proposes at the first regular!: meet- now prepared to execute on short notice, no rommlsHlon; alary paid' each Saturday. 'salary andepenee :

\ of several miles between the peninsula Ing after the June examination, proceed Wedding" Invitation, Announcements, money advanced. each week STAND' =. MASON !iJ '' and mainland. The cold-destroying ing to assign teachers to schools for the and Ladles' visiting cards. Give us your ARD 1 OU8E,334 Dearborn 8f. Chicago. inj3

, winds sweep with relentless force and ensuing scholastic year, selecting first orders. A ent.a. 301-807-309-311: West Bay Street, Mason Block. i

1'' fury over the mainland, without any Impediment from the list of teachers those holding -Please write ui whenever fall to BANNER SALVE.tho JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
to break curtail them while you
and is t
I state or county request
receive the ADVOCATE. meet healing..Iveln
, :/ the same cold-destroying winds towards made those Interested will make known world. -

, .. the peninsula as they sweep over the their wishes and preferences, la advanceof
Indian River, are tempered, so to speak:, $3.3Q.
sufficient to mature
that time a course
President 1; Wai. M. BROWN, Vice-President. ..
I' by this water and their baneful influence of action on the part of the Board which C. a. SciiuYLKrt, Cashier I
lessoned before
reaching the peninsula. may be BO productive of material Intci- Sent to us by Express, postoffice order or New York Exchange we will
This loll of the
virgin peninsular hast eels! as to call for no revision of action on send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID
! produced, as predicted In ,
pineapples, me part 01 me Board. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
Ice, In flavor and In bounty, not surpassed Certain citizens of Tltusvllle approached FOUR FULL QUARTSOf
by any locality Florida. the Board with a proposition looking ,
11)),' Another feature of the peninsula bits "
to the physical devolopement of our COUNTY DEPOSITORY. the Celebrated
natural beauty. On the east, Atlantic Seven-Year-Old
people by providing a school of training,
ocean; on the west, Indian River, and we were Impressed favorably On Authorized capital, $1OOOOO

Looking north, these bodies of water motion and vote, It was Resolved: That Paid up capital,' - $25OOO : Calhoun Pure
present a view HO striking, BO beautiful, the east 73 feet of the school lotatTitus- Average deposits $1OOO60 Rye Whiskey

that one stands in silent awe. Here, In vllle be set apart and dedicated for gyra- N ,.

full view, the briny deep; the ever restless nastlo purposes, to be conducted under WelhlplnPLAINPACKAGE8nomarklto' indicate Content. (which will avoid HI com ameat.

surf, .wayingtoandtoandabeach; the direction of the Board of Public Instruction Transacts a General .) -1iSE.mlKl,It and, <>JtltlJltJ? not satisfactory, return It at OUR EXPENSE and t
of clean, fine land, presents A picture of of Brevard county, and that the Banking ,We your Ire$3,20 01otH at hand and can give,,(,, QUICKER This DELIVERY u any '5 00 goods In the market \.
you bare
thanPONSIBlTV distant bouses. We
unsurpassed grandeur \7hero be '
can Tltusvllle Association m. been doing bndnees In thl" I'
ly otr..nc' at the same stand for over ls YEARS. and M to our RES<
found a more desirable location for a erect structures and have use of said lot, Business. AND REI'UTAIION for honest dealing,....refer you to any merchant here or to 'I'
editor of this .
; winter re.ldonce2'llere paper.t J
till such time. the School Board may
men of mature with their acquire such structures by purchase from SOLOMON A LEVI !
! ". wives, find leisure oomblned with quietness said association Largest and Oldest Bank on the River, 1028 A 1930 First Avenue.
and comfort and free from the "
The Board adjourned to meet
1 Monday Exchange bought and told on all Foreign P. O. Box No 33. BIRMINGHAM! ALA.
restraints of hotel life. ,
, exacting .
May 6th, 1001, at 8 o'clock: a. m. Countries. \
Here, bachelors beguile the hours of M. DIXON ...
Attest: -- NOTICE -We ffflN
" Express
' pay Cbargel to an points reached by "SOOTHEBN EXPRESS CuM
day in conscious communion with nature R. E. Ming Chairman. Patronage PANY;' but to points On lin"a of
'a I appreciated. Prompt Mrvloe, polite 'other Express Companies.. we prepay only to points where :y
and breathe an atmosphere alike Secretary. treatment and every favor connlsunt with con Southern Express Company tranefers to said other Expreee Company.CI .
;J) Inspiring and wholesome. y -- servative. banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS 0/1/

' Here, children surrounded by pleasing -, '
I' and educating objects of nature unconsciously WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE not ,w. Seaboard National lUnk of New: York and : ..A. S :stob..I.I: & CO. r
.=... 'd''v National Bank of Jacksonville .
i partake of lasting Influences. only affectually destroys worms, It also : J'Ja.TITUSVILLE '
. Here, a genial sun, a cloudless sky anda Increases the appetite, aids assimilation FLA. ail ale w. Bay st., JACKSONVILLE, .. FLA.Four 1

'1 a soothing breeze: cheers by day and, as and transforms a frail infant Into one of . ,
I "evening draws her crimson curtains robust health.. Price 2 ota. B. R, Wilson --

1, round," the horizon Is one gorgeous picture fc: Hon.Zangwlll.

'. of tints and colors-1U counterpart,
:. Paiiits Good M ,
Masury's Paints.
I no mortal band ever portrayed, no tongue defines a modern society playas are
I "an ounce of sin, a pound of sorrow,
t II; It Is Incomprehensible that visitors, especially and a pint of chestnuts."
If northern and western people
II t who visit this section of the country fall They stand well on the Cast Coast. Liquid Colors $1.50 per gal. Railroad '
it to avail themselves ot this privilege, by An ounce of prevention la worth a Colon (paste form) Sots per Ib. Will be pleased to mall you color cards II4 i 'N' 7611\ srt

: crossing the Indian River and seeing fort pound of cure, and a bottle of Ballard'sHorehound '
rJSORGSOE.1: : : "
"l r
If : :3F i T>:: t
themselves. The chief reason, probably, Syrup used In time I las wortha dl8 1 ?!
Is because-there Is no direct water communication staff of pbslolans with.a drug store or LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL. EAU OALLIK:, FLORIDA
between the peninsula and two Included. Price 25 and CO cento. -
the mainland. The day Is not distant, B. R. Wilson Son.-

I however, when wealthy men will act upon H. A. HODGES. .
these and avail themselves
suggestions, -
On Your Home
I $ of the advantage mentioned. Once Manufactures of

: : begun by the few, the many will follow ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber. r

D. 8. V.V..... Stop at Camden, S. C., Southern Pines
:1 and Pinehurat, N. C. Call at city ticket BOUGH AND DRESSED. . Orange Box Reads, Fruit and Vegetable Crate.

Neuralgic pains, rheumatism, lumbagoand office of the Seaboard Air Line Railway, lay one contemplating shedding their pineapples or '
sciatic pains, yield to the penetrating 203 West Bay street, Jacksonville for aur" part of Florid, would do well to write for prior Tbe orange or building In
saw mill
,! InfluenoeofDaliardsnowLlnimeet. Information ,regarding elegant hotel at Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J.. T, K. W. Ry. Lumber dellfered are located to : Full Quarts Delivered for $3.20.
Price iU and 60 cent. Wilson 4: Son. aocom modatlons. part of the East Cook Address: U. A. IIODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.any

Agent for tbe Pabst Brewing Co.

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Professional Cards. -. -I(


G KO. M. BOBBINS COUNTY.' Property of tho Undersigned.A G. T. BUNTING'SCharlotte t'

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR SYGitJ dOI1J1S. LITTLE KIVEII FI.A., April 0, 1S01.Kditor well Improved farm of 100 acres all
In cultivation. plenty of wood land, ten Stieet.. North of Plaza, ----S: T. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
AT-LAW. : East Count Ailrorulf :
room frame house, two piazzas, well, iI -FOU 'OUH-
Will practice in State and United States blood may be in bad condition Donr hlr-Through your kindness I garden; small orchard. large barn; 60x00: : ,

Court. ret with no external signs no skin wlah to lay something,: in reply to Mr. tails for 40 head of cattle, 11 horse ;
eruption boxes, one huge crib holds 1300 Furniture Mattresses t
or sores to indicate it. The bushels Pillows
W. Ii. Ilardee'g article In a recent edition -
in such ; one small crib holds 4 H), outbuildings.
cases being variable
a of the ADVOCATE "The Pineapple ,
:2O acios of rich seuond bottom, -JO acres .
QAULDEN appetite, poor digestion, an indescribable.! Belt. With Mr. IftU'clee'sliberal mind, of rolling up land balance of tract set In i

D.L. weakness and nervousness, loss of flesb had he taken a second thought, he never grass" and left in wood for shade, pastureand PICTURE FRAMES MOULDINGS
and a general run-down condition of fliewood. Farm lies In ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, the would have cruel of square "
system-clearly showing the blood hw written that thing house In center, Main dirt road runsthrough n3xac3sets: : Window: : Shades, I
Will practice In all the Courts of the State I this "140 miles on the main land to the place 2 miles to. depot. dally
Florida and the United States Courts. lost its nutritive qualities has become thin
[ ot "
south of us. trains each way and dally mulls. Good AND FANCY CABINET WARE.
1. O Box,236. TITUSVLLLK, FLA. and wiisry. It is in just such cases thatS. I
community. Churches Healthy clint
No, No, Mr. Ilanlco, I cannot consent
Money to Loan. S. S. has done of its ate. Plenty of
jgr. some quickest and water, stream runsthrough
that we cut Dade county out, and not N. Undertaking Department entirely separate.
barn lot. Productive land.
,' J. WEBB most blood effective and work by :feiilding up the let It grow any pineapples on this 140 Pilcefl.OOO.\ Terms to suit. __ t
supplying the elements
j' lacking miles of main land. This section, from .\ solid native granite t three story anil f
to make it and
strong vigorous.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Lake Worth south-until Mr. Klagler attic house, containing 20 rooms, storerooms General Machine

Will In the Courts "My wife used several came with his railroad-was but little pantry, eto. Fliepluces( steam. Shop.
practice of tile 7th bottles of S. S. S. heat, hardwood tloors, gas all through I I
settled and with class of that
i Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents a people I
house. Planned
by Vanclerbllt's arch)
as a blood purifier and .
| and rents and accounts collected. to tone up a weak and ",.. were not fruit growers. Again, whoa tect. Broad piazzas. 10 acres of nice -Mill and Marine Engine work- ,

TITU8TILI.E, FKOBIDA. emaciated system,with settlers did begin to come In, and they I grounds, garden, pasture and 5 cres of I i'
marked arable land. Well and windmill water TYPE WRITERS and CASH REGISTERS Small
very effect by wished to plant pineapples, they Lad no MACHINERY
way of improvement. l' t through house and at stable. Largo comfortable .
D. u Captain T. }:. Richards, with his brain
"We rooms Tennis court Also
A. regard ita a -and devious devices a sI'oclalty.-
great tonic and blood1pr ;, and Indomitable will, to load in the culture solid granite stable stalls fur 5 head of

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, purifier."-J. F.DUFF, 'f'1i' i: ",rp 11.' of the pineapple (and there tho horses and 3 cows, harness room, food EVERYTHING IN METAL, FROM A PIN 1'0N' ENGINE, HUILT AND '

Princeton, Mo. 4 :lJ. Captain has told me of some of his sail room, man's room, carriage room, wash Itepalrvd. The Uncut general machine shop In the State. -I
| TITUSVILLE, FLOIIIDA. shelter, large loft, pig/ house This l Is avery
is the greatest of all experiences, even after he had been at tine property and the work Is very .

Will practice in all tho courts of the 7th tonics and you will Eden several years). solid and thorough! Halfway between ..ALFEED F2rAN':C., ;

Judicial Circuit. S S S find the appetite improves Eden and Jensen are noted for what Flat Hock and Ilendersonvllle, on main 23 East ';\,1I1mllsh'eet. JACKSONVILLE: FLA. I I

at once,strength baa been done there with the pine. True, cation.road. Photographs and price on appli -- - -- -- -- I i

& returns, and nervousness vanishes as new I have found some small failures here Two houI'l'liln :'l
LYNCH, city, one 7 and other 0 GEORGE MAUX. JOHN MARX. I
rich pure blood once more circulates but so far as my Investigation. goes; It rooms, 4 blocks from Main street, In one

REAL ESTATE AND through all parts of the system.S. came from the same cause that Mr. Rolf of the hllllt parts of town. Nice lots ,
: <<: S.
and dry both
S. S. is the only purely vegetable speaks of In his valuable bulletin of the high hot and cold water 11A ,
Loans, Notary Public. Om> has stable.. Furnished
blood purifier known. It contains no min- the work done In Jensen for the Lake Rout((2Opermuuth:!( Piieeft,0! . Wholesale Dealers In

| Collections, Typewriting, Stenography. erals whatever. Send for our free bookon City College, In his experiments with A new, very attractive" house >I 6 mile

TITUSVILI.E, FLA. blood and skin diseases and write our some kinds of fertilizers that were poison : outside of town on main Flat Hock road. GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE.., t

physicians for any information or advic... I and not food for the pine. 8 rooms. 2 IICle lilt.. "'ell. Furnished - = - .J

GEO. A. WORLEY, wanted. No charge for medical advice. I There are Urge quantities of the finest if MUlt.20. per month Pi Ice $ ,IiOO. Terms to .3.--and! 133 East Hay fltronl' and ;and twimuSlret,

THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. GA. kind of pineapple lands, that I have examined Shall be glad to show property and JACKSONVILLE; FLA. "

ATTORNEYATLAW.General -- - herein ecollnty-mucb; more answer questions. ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY.
practice In State and Federal than Is found in Brevard county. But. IlKNItY TWVKOKD, .
Courts. All business entrusted will : Attorna>-at-law, ._ ,
culture here In
DO YOU GET UP pineapple Is Its Infancy, -- -- - - <
receive prompt attention. Ilendersonvllle, N. O.
and the babe has to learn to walk and' "'e are headquarters for all kinds of Hoed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas;
General Counsel
for the Tuttle
Miami. Estate, WITH A LAME BACK ? when it does thin Miami section will be- guaranteed genuine; We also entry f..Hltne of Hay drain and Feed. We want
The Indian River Iteal Estate and Give trial and will be
your Oranges Vegetables. us a you pleased: "
MIAMI FLORIOA.J -- come noted as a pineapple country. The' "
Agency Hn for Salo MARX BROTHERS::!, Jacksonville, Flo,
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. soil here-many thousands of acres of it
JOT" We only Sell to Dealers.
JAMES ANDREWS, -Is all that can be desired to plant ID
J I Unimproved lands/ from $2.00 to$25.00
Almost who reads the
everybody newspapers pines; and a great big point Is, that In per acre.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Is sure to know of the wonderful
my first visit to this section, the few 10 acre orange grove, near Titusville, and
cures by Dr. CO.
Main office and postofflce address Tirus-
i k Kilmer's Swamp-Root, pines I found that had been planted, some trues beating, $ININ).OO.(
VILLE. Branch office at FORT PIEKCK. I 5 acre orange grove, near Tltusvllle,
the great kidney, liver showed there had been no fieeze; whileat
with 10) of land
Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co. I acres some bearing
[ and bladder
Notary Public :State at Large .1.' It Is the great remedy.medical Palm Beach, Jensen, Eden and on up, *())00 00.Orange. Want you to ship them your Early Vegetables Fruits, Oranges, Lemons, Lime,

triumph of the nineteenth the fields were white with frozen pines. grove and plooapplo farm, at Pineapples, Tangerines, Strawberries, Celery and Cauliflower, Wo are also deal'em I

n century; discovered The pineapple In botany belongs; to Mlooo, 600 good boa.lnltretJR: with 1 acre In live and dl'eslll'd/OIlltry. eggs, etc., etc.,
,, E. FOSTER::! II UU after of shed for pines good dwelling, H.OOO.OO.) You will ba return Our system of Dally Account Sale
STEPHEN years that class of plant ((110 of them) that
l scientific research by 80 acres of pine and hammock land for with checks we commend to your favorable consideration an vastly superior to so
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW II Dr. Kilmer, the emi- are known as Bromellas; 25 are air oranges and pines on R. li. south of called daily quotations and more far-reaching In good results to the /growers.

- nent kidney and bladder plants-the pineapple Is one. Sebastian River, 800.00 We keep shippers regularly pouted tin our iimrknt. Tags and stencils or any; information -
Rooms( 420 and 423: Gardner Building, specialist and Is Except the vine, It has a more wide House and 42 acres of land beautiful furnished free. Write or wire us.
river front; 2 mile Eau
of Gallic. BOO.
JACKSONVILLE FLA. wonderfully lame back kidney successful bladder In promptly uric acid curing trou- range than any other fruit-bearing plant.Its 7 room cottage, 10 acres of land, riverfront SOUTHERN PRODUCE and GROCERY CO.

habitat Is Mexico, tne Orinoco Valley, at Georgians $700..
bles and Bright' Disease which Is the worst
J. n, D. McCORMICK &: CO.
GEORGE W. ALLEN, form of kidney trouble. In Guiana and Bahla. A botanical his Apply; at once to ,

Dr. Kilmer s Swamp-Root Is not recommended torlan says that the Chinese cultivated D. L. UAULDKN, Manager General Commission Merchants
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW for everything but If you have kidney It In the 17th century, and It was brought Tltusvllle, Fla.
KEY WEST, FLORIDA. liver or bladder trouble It will be found and Ha- Office and Store, 30-41 East Forsyth Street., corner Ocean, New Market Building /
there from Peru. The Azore
Will practice In the United States Just the remedy you need. It has been tested I: Sheriffs Sale. Warehouse : N. A. L. n')., and Plant System

I and State Court. OjunOST In so many ways In hospital work. In private waian l Islands are noted for growing the .. .... .
practice among the helpless too poor to pur- Smooth Cayenne pineapple. UNDER AND HY VIRTUE OP AN ESECU- -
chase relief and has proved so successful la After all this history, to that thereIs tunned out of the County Court of
say Hrevanl flortila. In there.In
O. onnnty s cause *
every case that a special arrangement his a little spot here in Dade county of pending, wherein It. A. Hodges le l plaintiff,
been made by which all readers of this paper ana Hlminy' Wilbur and 8. O. Vanlnndtniruam.
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land who have not already tried It, may have a high pine land (often we find It the same are defendants: I have levied upon and will nail I

lelallYllllrveyed and sub-divided. sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book In every; respect a* Is the land of Mr.nardel"s at floor public, at TltUHvllle auction In front Florida" of during the Court the Home legal

Mapping/ neatly done. Estimates for telling more about Swamp-Root and how, to "Pineapple Belt," referred to hours of tale upon. the

| all kinds of engineering works. Disputed find out If you have kidney or bladder troub'e.' In the AIvoCATEi); to say that pineapples FIRST!' MONDAY IN MAY A. U. 1111. ..It9CtiA"
lines a specialty.TITuI'vILr. When writing mention reading this generous Mall
successfully the name being the nth day nf said mont!
cannot ire not grown
.K:, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. offer in this paper and lo the hlKhmt and I bust hlililer. for finnh. the fm-.
send your address to 'WL. : ':::: "= here, will not do. Except on the keys lowing lauds or the.nalil. ilHfendaiit Hl"ln... Wll- '
Dr. Kilmer& Co.,Binghamton i .trniH! 3 3H'IW: to the south of u", a' yet, not many haw county huh All, Florida thn'etransoflandlylnlnnrevart, tnwltiTlmt

TVJ S. BURNHAM f, M. D. N. Y. The been planted, because. of the country being purt nf Lot ore((1) south nf the fence on
regular fifty cent and Home of Swam -_ the Wilbur home place,.and Lots a 1.1: H in IT
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists. l so newly and sparsely settled, a* I ....I Nu..r I..t :21, of Wllhur'l suli-dlvUlmi{ ot
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, the :W sores In the fort, want..opnop..f the I>el.....
aid before.On .
pine Grant,HCitonllng to IIIAP rflcnrtlnd In Chancery -
Ear, Nose and Throat. TcHtimoiilal. my first visit to this section three Order.Book No. :it, rage 4iu: .,r the! llrevartl
Comity K>cordn' or to much thereof ". will
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.YirginiaHomes. yens' ago, I was employed; a* a scientist satisfy maid execution.

James C. WIgnall, Boat Builder, No. 013 ti.> come and make a report of the adaptability pl3iiiay Sheriff of J.Hrevanl P. IIROWN t "' 101,}'.

Wnrren fit., Kensington, Philadelphia. of this then newly-heaid-of ---- -- -

J.Bear O. Walton-Mr:-, EM Yuur!).,'Tltusvllle Rapid, Calking, Fla.: Machines country-more especially, to find out WALTON CALKING TOOL Is one of PABLO BY T11E SEA LIVERY. :

boat and whether these "rock lands of Dade Co." the best things for boatbulldnrs and I
are In use in my shop, ,
to citrus fruits yachtsmen; price $..IN) and ili 00 each
Invention of were adapted growing
regarded as an great: '
are Turnout of all doscrlpI SADDLE DOMES, :
For sale st Jas. Piltchard &: MOU'H:: ,
utility. It saves time and labor and Is and pineapples. I found here, with an rte

You learn all about Virginia Lands, of great service In calking light bogie, old aoqulntance, seedling! orange trees Tltusvllle, Fla. I Ions; BAGGAGE Transfer r :
its resources, products, mode of cal where beauty of finish la dp.Mlred, and It
the Heads having bona planted the
tlvation, prices eta reading the does not bruise. the seams like the old Etc.
by The Largest and Most Com TRAPS, HAULING ;, {
Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. method of cnlklng. I chee.fully recommend ,fr. elf were then growing-on this loose,

for U month subscription to the It, as well adapted to meet the ordinary .lock soil, that were as fine as could br olate Establishment South. SURREYS, .T: Wm. WILKINSON,| i itLAUDAUS

Farmer Co., Emporla, Va. requirements of the /rRde. grown In the ul Yours truly, JAm C. ''lION ALL. rEO S. HACKER &: SON
adjoining of the state. I found some very fineSmooth ;I_ Proprietor {
Mr. Wlgnall's shops are /
W A.NTED-Capable. reliable person In every lIe III building :! Cayenne and Porto Rico pinesIn
Cramp's Pablo Beach Fl
iount to represent largo. company of rood VICTORIAS *
ananclalreluttatlnnID4i.stary I per year, lay. the boats for the men-of-war that fruit; and on this'same loose coraline -.-- .... . . - -- _. ..-..--- -
able weekly 1$3 per flay a""olutery core ani all were built by Messis. Cramp &: Co. rock that would be a credit to -
eXWn.eeatraiaht; bona-flde. dellnlte salary sale Jas.' Prltchard &: Son. any
.DB Commission. I salary p ici each Buiumwyxpenne amt y-For: by country; again I found pine not at all Tho Nation's
money advanced each week. STANDARD
HUP8S.: 834 IX rbora St.,Cbh ago. myS good, but from no fault In the land, buta "San Mateo"

Towers' Hardware Co luck of Intelligent,: culture. Best Cigar.Why .
-If ;you are In search of bargains More pine are DOW being planted. Mr.
read the ADVOCATE columns carefully
Tousey, at Coeoaout Grove, ba* a pinery ,.. fill
made on the plan In use at Orlando. lie '

has" planted the Improved varieties, and I4: 'lorldrl..

I Ie using the scientific mode of culture J Why bur Imported cigar, made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored with

A Sample copy; of one of the beet farm tbat are In use there, end which has opium and other drugs, when you can have the pure, Florida leaf at M fire-cent

made Orlando the most noted pineapple MANUFACTURERS OF
will send price?
| papers published, free, If you
section In the United !;tatel. FREE BY MAIL TO Bu. of : 1.00
I your name on a postal card, mentioning Doors, Sash, Blinds, ANY 2.1. $ f' ,
With Mr. Delks, on Orange; Ridge, are
this ADDRESS..... Boa of .$ '
I paper. some Porto lilcos, very fine, 08 per cent.now Mi, aiding & Building Material.
TUB PLOWBOT Co., S. In fruit. Mr. Sturtevanr near Blncajne o.JV'. :Row= ., I'I I

Atlanta, On.BO hits a floe pinery out In the open, .Office: Wateruoin, King, opposite
of fancy kinds. Mr. Price Williams' near Cannon Street.Charleston:: . SAN MATEO, FLA

Miami, raises some fine pine; showed S. C.' ... . - .. .- .. .- -

some fine specimen of Porto Rleo fruitat ,

the Dude County Fair recently All Sash Weights Cord and If You Have Not

YEARS'EXPERIENCE ibis I Is being done on Dade COl1ot)'* rock tl

..." loll.I Hardware.
.,,. I There Is not, a failure to be found here

where the soil or plant can be blamed I Window and Fancy Glas Found What You Want

Poultry Netting at Factory prices for It-It Is all In the man that plants A SPECIALTY.Clyde . . ,

1i In. 18 In. 2 J In. 3'J' In. 4* In, 00 In. I JAM* MOTT. : . r
For a Home, suppose you take trip down and look at our
In. wide. A large; stock: on hand. -'-- I Fruit mid Garden Lauda
Il MABKO and 72 S tea mull Ip Line. '" a . along the
Tnnoe I Perfect digestion the only foundation ? i

* . OxarcneCorrnlorlrs Ac. Building Material Sash, Doors Blinds, I for make perfect all the health.blood we The have food which we eat In Tickets and reservation- via the Clyde East Coast
\ be secured of Cbas.H. t
Anrnnenmdlnf s.aeieb.mtde.ef1Nsn.ut Line
Steamship can
wltMlior': uj'lvmilnn Cool Stores I feeds muscle and tissue
> turn nerve
fljllpklr !
lumrtnlii our and
'aent.btm Paints the ADVOCATE office ,
M prohmbiyp, {'nmmanhnIlnh."rletlIennndentirt .. ; in the body. IIERBINE quicken the Walton, at T-( 't. .

:filmiu: In*. UI.i.M"meaner tot Ilondmiokon s.ewt.ep: .uusm rmt..tUmoat roool't.f PLOWS OF EVERY DE&CRlPTION. appetite, aid digestion give ton and ttMville.rPlease. T .. Settler are flocking In but still her* I Is room. If yon *r*

q.,',,,_,taken thmoch......Manna.. the(;00 Implement, vigor to all the functions and ensure ,. this line to J
W"|HMI' In Tinware, Agricultural : B .- mention the ADVOCATK when looking wy, drop a , ,
good health. Price fiO cents K,
Sc2vaiIlc! Jlm:lrlcan. House furnishings; Eto. I Wilson A: 800. i iFoley's writing: advertiser. -' JAS. E. 'INGRA HAM, 3rd Vlcc.Pr*.Ident:

.A tinlr nin.rtTi.fd __.,.. J.._ '!''Po't Write for price before buying.! i I. II ,
( ..N.a Min corn r'i. and Cure ILORIDA EAST COAST U'Y I Iy
Foley's Kidney ,
38 Ewe Hay SL, I Honey Tar I "' t

17 ift Co.Sb1' ; f JACKSONVILLE, . . FtA. heals lungy sad atop the cough.: : maka. kJdocya W.bloddcr. : 6laht.. ,..1 ST. :AUCUSTINCrLA.. };. "
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Governor Jennings'! message to The only first-class Ice '
4 . . the was a utterance .
or T8a IXDIAH HITCH, LA[B and while we do not agree chests and refrigerators on
WORTH i! D BMOAttfB BAT IBOTIOH with him In some of the legislation u '
the market, with all the '
proposed, still, we think he is very tars.. 4 ;
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY clear as to the convict lease system. latest Improvements. / ,, ,
There can be no doubt that the
CBABI.KS H. WALTON Editor arc; Publisher,,
convicts have been let too cheaply

p Discontinuance of ilvu.. mint be made per. and that tbe State has lost thousands CHARCOAL SHEATHING t I

00117 fit thl.onto or by writing. of dollars per year, thereby. LI>lES.
The raise of thirty dollars per beadis I i

Check,etc., may he made l paable to CHABLBIH. none too great, and every convictcan GALVANIZED IRON ,.
WALTOX,publlMier.i be let at that price without loss il.
to the lessees. ROYAL Baking Powder is indispensable ': SIIELVESANDINSIDE I''
.i all communication to -
The day laborer in Flor-
EAST COAST TlTCIYILLE ADVOCATE, FLORIDA.U ida commands at least $20.00 per I to the preparation of the finest LINEINO. rw'ViiNglI' I ill i hlllI iIIlllll111111111 ,

month or $240.00 per year and it DOUBLE DOORS ON it
-- --- - - -- cake hot-breads rolls and muffins.
is not always that labor can be secured ,
S. Department of Agriculture at that price. Perhaps we TOP. LOCK ON LOWEItDOORS

Weather Ilurcnii-Jupiter, Fla. would come nearer the truth if we '

should say that the price of farm Housekeepers are sometimes importuned to
k The following is a comparative statement
,, of temperature and rainfall for the labor is more generally $25.00 per buy other powders because they are cheap." FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICE LIST.
week ending Tuesday Apr. II, 1101. bead than $20.00. Tbe demand, Housekeepers should stop and think. If such WRIT
I -1001- -looo-- therefore for for line of tbe---
$130.00 per year We also carry a complete
lower inferior? ,
C DATE. MAX. MIX.7H MAX. Miff. each convict leased is none too powders are priced, are they not
3 64 71 f>7 Is it to spoil digestion fo save 0clol>>trated Qclor-leMw f ofrigorators.Vrlte > > I.
R 4 7ft7H 112 78 GO; great, and leaves the lessee a big economy your

I 5 :>11 71 04 margin for profit on each individual a few pennies ? us for prices on anything in our line.
6 84 fi-l 71 54 convict.

8 7 77 78 flflon 80 77 65 A5 While'we are on this subject it Alum Is used in some baking pow- E. F. OL.A.. .

0 75' 50/\ 83 04 would be well to add, that greater The Royal Baker and Pastry ders and in most of the so-called
Total rainfall for tbe week: .00 precaution should be exercised by Cook-containing over 800 most phosphate powders, because it is FURNITURE CARPETS MATTING and HOUSE FURNISHINGS
Departure from normal rainfall for the our officials as to the humane treat practical and valuable cooking recheap,and makes a cheaper powder. ,
ceipts! -free to every patron. Send Butalumisacorrosivepolsonwhich, .TLLO1r: On111a: : F1n.
week; minus .40 Inches. Departurefrom ment of the convicts. The statement postal card with your full address. taken in food, acts injuriously upon .. .
rainfall since
January I. ---
.. 3.78Inchell. recently made by an ex-con- the stomach i liver and kidneys.ROYAL - --- -

a plus HAL. P. HARDIX, Ob erver. vict, to the effect that the prison SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY

___ _ _ _ _ u_____ ere are most brutally whipped, and TilE
'" otherwise' maltreated, fs, we fear BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.

: RUSSIA threatens to leave the I only too true. /Such brutality is a

"concert" If the Powers continueto blot upon our fair State and no. AQDINALDO now seems to have EMPEROR William's speeches have Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,

I oppose her Manchurian policy. pains should be spared to ascertain given up hope that the Philippines caused much discussion in Ger- ".!
G How dreadful 1 It would spoil the the correct or incorrectness of the can ever win their Independence. many. King Edward's impressionof ....'-

music If the bear should refuse to report. Because a man is a con. lie Las recently, not only sworn allegiance his nephew is evidently correct; Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick...
growl out its base.A vict is no reason why he should be to tbe United States, but The Kaiser is too sensational for ?

tortured by inhuman scoundrels. has directed his people so to do. the matter-bf-fact Germans.
JOKE has been sprung upon These depraved and brutal overseers Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262.

one of our legislators.; It Is said are no better than savages, J. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.lc1fiiiiiiy ; .

the that gas a West and Florida came near man being blew; out as dose and of should their be own treated medicine.to a large The The SOUTHERN PRODUCE and GROCERY CO. __ _....--___= '==-c--

phyxiated. The legislator, perhaps, authorities can stop this brutality
will introduce a bill against these if they will, and it does seem as if & Baker
I Want you to ship them your Early Vegetables, Fruits, Oranges lemons, Limes
"new fangled lights. some other means could be em- Pineapples, Tangerine. Strawberries, Celery and Cauliflower We are also dealers ,
ployed for subjugating; the unruly, In live and dressed poultry, eggs, etc., etc..
THE convict question is well)] before thana,, leather strap or a horsewhip.A You will be sat lulled with your letiirox. Our system of Dally Account Sales 220 and 222 East Kay.St. Mohawk Jllock. Jacksonville, 1 la.
with checks commend favnrnble consideration
we to your nIt vastly superior to so
the legislature, and something; called dally quoin lions! and more far-reaching Id Rood, results to the glowers Headquaiters for-
t will result now shortly. Let us VERY sensible law has recently We keep shippers regularly: posted on our market Tugs and stencils or any Information

hope that the movement Inaugura. been enacted by the legislature of furnished free. Write or wire us. Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles

ted by Gov. Bloxham and taken up North Carolina. The statute pro. SOUTHERN PRODUCE and GROCERY CO. ,

by our present governor will_ be vides that the writer of a libelous and Sundiles.
J. It. D. McCORMICK & CO.,
faithfully carried out. article Is the responsible \party and
not the editor or publisher. The General Commission Merchants, "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on your wheel

RUSSIA will mass, by the let of publisher is only responsible when JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I at short notice.

May 800,000 ruen in Manchuria. malice is proved against him. This Office and Store, :10-41 Bust Koisyth Street., corner Ocean, New Market Ilulldinp; I _. ..
In the meantime Japan is gettingmore ; Is both sensible and just. Jt is ia>. Waiehouses: H. A. L. K'y., and Plant 8)"tem. I O".w.":r ":-C3rf,3wEr: : --l'Lt' :___-- --aot-

warlike, and is evidently preparing possible for an editor to know the sr
to resist (the encroachmentsof truth or falseness every communication
the Russian benr. The plucky sent to him for publication.A :

little fight. Japs could give Russia a hard GREAT railroad combine is now A Talk{ On Spring Clothing j.The j jA

being; formulated with Morgan at I Modern High School and Boarding School, I
SOUTHERN cotton has been bard
the helm. While the new stock JACKSONVILLE
hit a* a result of the occupancy of control e
( lines. It can hard.
China l' Powers. Now that may many Apply for catalogue to ,
,y'he Man who has 91
ly hope to control l them all. Consolidation Every ;I
Rua la holds Manchuria
,. we are is now the slogan, and 12rt.C>F. J-. :n. is.33 'I,>c: 2 ,
doomed to further IOBH. The South
there Is no telling what $gigantic; PRINCIPAL.THE ;
should Kussla's action and -
resent for his I
schemes will\ be effected within the a Regard .
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urge the' government; to protest' --- gD3ari3a.; + > w 8v 3
next four
against; their occupation of Manchuria years. ,. ---- -

.. Pocket-book and gesr
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l9wcSrPRlcEg' ,, fJ; 'I ,
THE following trains on the F. MARKET. ll
E. C. R'y have been discontinued : Wants to practice Patented In the United States, Great Britain and Canada.

Trains 23, tm, 28 and 98. Train 3ditor East Const Advocate:
74, commencing April 3rd, ceasedto Suits 1 PRICE, $1.00 and $8.01) EACH. :Should be used by every Boat Builder In tIle. U.S.
Owing to light receipts of all Florida Practical Economy
be itn "all\ .Parlor Car Train. a products, tills market ball practically In USB by some of( the Principal Boat Builders in the United States.
day coach having been added to its been bare for the past few day, and wo $$7,50 For Sale by ,
equipment. The schedule as it believe that shippers will find It to their ( f''
Interest to forward us some tonmtooH Should see our Jas. Pritchard & Son
stands Is "sufficient for ,
now amply *
green': beans, squash etc., and the will and Up. TITUSVILLE .
_V _
the accommodation of the Florida certainly ad vies that they take advantage: FLORID

public. of tbe present situation, as the prospectsare Spring line of..... = SEE THE TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS.
that warm weather will soon bo -
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o looming up all over the country when - -- - -
0 ItADl'A U.Y the political poison tbese commodities will be moving from "
.. injected into the democratic party other sections, and we,believe In the old K.Im1\. \ I WATCHES CLOCKS
''i in 1890! and 1900! is being neutral adage, "Make Yours hay while the sun shines." and Youths' Suits.Those '7 I :' ,
ti truly Boys' i
ized. The cure" is deemedfar
"gold II. J. i.AUX.CO.. ; .
more edlcacious than the nitrateof Read fith .Jewelry Diamonds
telegram report on page :
II r r r r
silver remodv.. Hv K)0i) ) we hope ___ __u_ __ mlillII: .._. t:., ,
that the Chicago and Kansas City It Girdles the Globe. who patronh&s: -'allt'd ":Owell"1'alJors are particularly .; << ''I J' '" Souvenir;; } Wedding Rings and Presents,
5. .
platforms will have entirely diaap. vited, because we know it la the easiest thing In the world for UIItlconvlnce :! ,!.'.>. \" Walthara Watches, etc.
peered and that the old democracy a*The the best fame In of the Bucklen's world, .extends Arnica Salve roundthe them that we'can clothe them equally at good, and fora -lirli-/ 1 .. :::J- -- \ CHEJS I I1 I ,

will again inherit the earth. Populism earth. It's the one perfect healer of: great deal less money. I.et us show you our newest Ideas In ;.. :: FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING
t Is too nearly akin to socialism cuts,corns, burns, bruises, sores, scalds, Clothing ( _-- ...:... ;.
: to suit our tastes bolls,.ulcers, felons, aches, pains and all Watch A SPECIALTY.
akin eruption Only Infallible pile cure inspector tor Plant Sjstem and also for Jacksonville & Southwestern R'y.
20o a box at Wilson & Son. Spectacle and Eyeglasses.; Charges paid one R. J. RILES,
I; MK. FLAULRU has offered $10,000for Suits $7.50, $8.50, $10. $12. and Up to 2250. _. 225 W.way.Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

a gymnasium building for the Remember that the EAST COAST ---- -- - --- --
Agricultural College at Lake City. ADVOCATK does all kinds of job printing ------------ ---

The only stipulation is that the at short notice. Send them an order The new 2-piere'! suits are the newest in I Spring andullll1lt'r apparel o. L. I
and be convinced that it Is the plane to EENE
,I State of Florida make an appropriation have Job printing done. for Men.'! \Ve have them in all the grays, blues, blacks and Interlined ,
sulllcient to equip the gym. patterns. A new and novel assortment In Men's and Hoy's FurnishingGoods '

;. nasiuro. 'Ihis is a magnificent gift, CALL ATCAKUOLLA GOLDSMITH'S Negligee Shirts In new patterns of Madras Percales", and Bedfordi-ord Press Goods Trimmings Millinery Notions

and the legislature is already taking for RICO, a hard water, soap, manufactured ,

r steps to provide the necessary by the Florida Soap Works, laceR, Gloves, rmb.cllas
equipments. Now let those who Jacksonville.\ . .Ladies' Children's and Misses' Shoes.. .. and Material for Fancy Work..

are howling down Mr. Flagler and Prompt) attention
given to mail orders.
all other, rich men take notice of B3T" As an advertising medium no
paper on the Kant! Coast can beat the This |I..
one of the oldest
this rnunificient the State. and
gift most reliable hous, .
In latest
ADVOCATK. Give us a trial advt., Jacksonville. All the
,. --- and be. convinced of the pink paper* Patterns and Stile.

SENATE Kill.No. 11, offered by Mr. worth. 101 West Bay Street, corner of r.anra. ,
Dimick, is a good one. The bill is JACKSONVILLE FLA.
entitled "An act the {JUf- Subscriber,your attention I. drawnto
the name-aod-date slip pAtedgpon
killing, capturing or shooting of your paper or wrapper. It you are In
c any deer, alligator: crocodile, waterfowl arrears, please' remit.Adminlatratrix'a. Watches AND

or any wild bird except crows, .. Jewelry..
't., within one mile nf the town of West Notice.
I Palm Beach." There has been too Also a complete stock of Men's Shoe fur dress and good bard wear. The old established Watch and Jewelry business THE GOLDEN

t much indiscriminate shooting in T\TOTICKI8 HKRKHT GIVEN TO THE CRtrv.J ALIGA TOR. lies removed from
L the Immediate TItusvllle | Itora, lpttM rilntribuMe* and tile old stand, 5 West Bay atreett
vicinity .. cSalu.a agalo.tthe to 417 West
on. b or demaods !' BaT Street,
on the
and such a bill would meet with MUM or J'T.Prlp 11__. to present R. W. Rhodes same aide 01 the street, la the
them to CIte nnderdaneb within, two ,...*or !raveler'a Dotel block. Est.bll.hed
favor hire. Why not follow the UM sales will be barred. in 1873. Address.
example of West Palm Beach in EMILY L. PRICE.Adnllal8..rt. .. O-o-IS: :
of tbMm.j STEP:
the bank .
this ,Opposite
matter. I KtM or J.T. l'I1ee. Titusville. : MAIN STREET god
door from Bay, JACKSONVILLE ?'1.A.

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jr. E. H. ARMSTRONG I Eden.Mrs. :J--f: 3ooo-C 'f

EYE Merwlnand her
!guests have
been spending the week Florida Products 'a Specialty I
at Hoekledge. :
lit jour orders for Seed Potatoes. We keep all varieties.

were J'"nf1 Mr" of Waveland, 211 roydra St., New Orleans, La. '
calling In thisapiece, last Sunday __ 'I Wholesale Fruit and Produce Merchants. ;

Miss Francis D. Arnold By Telegraph :
Nashville, Unn., last (Saturday returned morning.from NEW ORLEANS, Apr. 11th, 1001.) We pay cash for all fruits and vegetables, or receive on commission,

Miss Susie Special to ADVOCATE readers : I 1 /giving shipper the benefit of the market.PROMPT .

visitor in Eden Summers was a welcome Tomatoes : Fancy (scarce) fl: :25; to 4.25; Choice, (llghtsupplv!; ) *:2.25: to I itirruitNs. oicmnts MLLII> at I.O'VI ST riticns.
Monday and Tuosr 8 3,01)). Green Beans : (Market bare) t.K( to 4.2ElotlCpIBUIII/ : 2.0U to II,50.
.j>4s day. I Peppers! : (better supply) 1.75 to S.25.: Okra : 2..1to: : 300. New .'01.I .\- I 1i n -We want, --

*' and Mrs. Gifford were visiting at I I toes *7 bbl. !Squash: : 2.2to: 3 23. TOMATOES, LIMES, PINKAPPI.ES, BANANAS, COCOANUTS, LEMONS
.<-.. A. Kubinson's lust Saturday and Sunday ffi The advent of Easter; we hope, has settled the weather., ORANGES, tOJAVAS, APPLES, POTATOES: ONION'S' CELERY: ,
I The receipts of Flot Ida vegetables has boon light for the last ten days I
We correct all cases of simple and I Tomatoes would move move freely-If stock and grading Is O. K. Green ,

Compound refraction of the eyes, leliev- Mr.welcome J. 0. Bast, of Titusville, was a beana are wanted, Squash, Green Pens, Okra, New Potatoes In demand THE SOUTHERN FRUIT COMPANY
very visitor at this place, the ilk We advise shipments now. H. J, LAUX & CO. ,
jng all nerve and eye strain, headaches, first of the week \ \ 10 and 12 Bridge I Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. t;
Ind often sick: stomach. A sclent!tic Mrs. Charley Bahuey spent several '__)-__ g___ao--c __ -__ __ -___ ,

Examination made before fitting glasses. days In Eden last week, as the guest of - --- -- ----- -- -, .- - - ----- -----

me carry the largest optical stock in the i itate. Mrs. Henry hippie.. S. A. TOWN"ENI>. ESTABLISHED 18.O. Cable Address, ""Mllltown
I IU8ine811. C, HI! MILLS. Telephone 8IIa.: ,ATLANTIC BEACH. .1
We also do the largest optical Easter was observed at the Congrega- -

Repair work:by mail promptly i tional church with appropriate exercises Townsend & Mills .1I
music. The flowers I
attended to. Address furnished by the children, ,whichVel'e were very The }Hew{ Seaside Resort of the South. 16 Miles from JacksoniilM.

Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG, Specialist beautiful.The r

Clarke's Pharmacy, cold weather of the past week General Commission Merchants and Shippers.SOUTHERN of the Florida East Coast I

i W Bay street Jacksonville, Fla. loads us to wonder whether this Is Aprilor . Property Railway.
November. The weather belongs to
*" gg=gj"g I *r ** S **!! us
winter, of that we are certain. There is FRUITS AND VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY, The most popular seaside resort In tho South. I

Palm Beach.Mr. nothing but the perfume of the orange Lots fronting the ocean and boulevard! now I
West blossoms to convince us that it Is really NO, 121 DOCK STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA i

spring.Mr REFERENCES : offered for mile. Spt'eInlr\ees\ for next 30 days.

J. U. Earle, from Elizabeth, New and Mrs.( James G. Wey lived on ftlxth Nntlnnnl RnnkPhtladelphla j all Mercantile Aeenrton: anti the trade fffltiernlty. Member 1 OoTj.ztlora. DB-va.o3s3ao.ci3n. I
: : : : < ::: : : .A-grt.
Jersey, a guest at Hotel Seminole for a Saturday train I'bllnilulpliln. 1'nnliipe KxclimiK FLORIDA IlKFKRh.><'K8i W. .K. KlrlmrilH Kilmi, ""a.1| 1\1..1. ,
evening's having been 1-uinonCo. J'a 1 Fla. Van Gainesville Via, Fruit Growers Union, Fla,
umber of winters, has also departed for called here by the severe Illness of their jteo lIIel to. ( Taylor, ; Anthony I 22 Hogan street, JACKbONVlLLK:, FLA.ALGON1i .
--. --. ---
northern home. Mrs. - -- -- -- -- -- - ----- --- ---
[his daughter, F. (1. McMullln. Under -- -- -- -

Jiire.The They ostriches will have,disembark taken their at Jacksonville depart-- are the skillful glad to treatment say that of Mrs.1>1'McMullln. Plaits wo is Melbourne. Eau Gallie. HOTEL ...FRONTING ON THE PLAZA..,

for a short stay, then on to Atlantic slowly Improving ST AUGUSTINE, . FLORIDA.Sea .
for the Orotjan Ronald, of Lotnat tune a caller
['Ity summer. Mrs. Chas. Klike and Miss
Carolyn Ooni K!: A noOPE!:,-Rent Estate and Loans, at Eau Gallie ( View. Open for rooms only. The rooms are largo and airy, with
Dr. Joseph Smith, the octogenarian, Shields, of Chicago, who have been at Age"tfor ."tiiii. London and Liverpool and on Monday.
who has been spending the winter at'' the Netherby neatly three months, leave (iliilin. 1'rovMence Washington, Sun and 1'a- Vocal and Instrumental conceit at comfortable bods. Rates moderate. f
Si for Jacksonville, this week much to the oleo Fire Inmirance. Special attention paid Eureka hall 10th. MRS.I A. S. TELL Proprietress. wi
the Seminole hotel, left for his home, In to the Interests of non residents. on April ,

{Birmingham, Ala., on the 2nd. regret made of the many friends they have The launch, Dawn, with two prominent - 1;
during their sojourn here, and who HOTFr. nr.IITON-Ol'en the year round. Ira ..
Dr. and Mrs. F. II. Houghton have sincerely hope to see them again next lltrhtf spot tospendwinter sununer. I..o- Hebrews from Eau Gallle, took a
gone to Daytona for a few days,-the winter. rated on bltcti ulutr overlooking. | the Indian spin to Cocoa and return on Monday.The Georgiana."Uncle Courtenay.
lUver. Terms inoderate.FSANK
Doctor on professional business, and the The Card Club UIIUKRTHON,Proprietor.Snbscilptions Rev Stuart Martin, of Holy Trin -
was delightfully
Madam for social pleasure. Au revoir. enterta.ned: at ClIiTdata very, last Thursday ity, Melbourne, will bold a baptismal\ Ilughey" was reported seriously 'T, 11. SandoiH' is quite sick Dr.

Mr. J. E. Ingraham, 3rd vico-prosident evening There was one table devotedto @ for the ADVOCATE, ftervlce on Sunday next at 2 ::ttO p. m. In ill Tuesday morning Holmes Is attending lalm.1MI'll. .

of the V. E. C. R'y., was In town on the duplicate whist and six to progress the pink paper of tho East Coast, will be St. Johns church. The Easter services at the church were I S, J. Field' anti Mis. Cranfurt, of

Ttb. Ills launch, Enterprise, Is moored ive euchre. Mrs W. F. Richards and A. received nt the Melbourne Postoffice. The steamer Spartan Is hating! A new excollent, and the decorations were love/ ,I Indlanola vUltrd this burg, Thursday
at the City dock: until his return from D Merwin were the winners of first boiler placed Into position by her owners. ly.
the south. prizes-magnlllcent bunches of Marsclml Joseph and James Williamson, of Dukes & Cole. This will be a decided Joe and Emmet: Field were In town the

Mr. and Mrs. Louts Clarke and familyleft Nell roses; and Mrs. Luce captured tho Mlcco, were IE town Monday. improvement to this smart vessel. Miss Nellie Owen wont to Ginnt last other night with. their northern swootheaits. -
for low weeks' visit with .
tin horn, for which were striving. Wednesday, a
for their northeru home, on the Oth. many Hrs. Annie Conkllng/ bas been enjoy Miss\ Owynn and Mills Gladys Wells friends Mr. and 111'11.V, R. Handorn and Mrs.

It ls their intention to build the coming The children's masquerade was a complete Ing a visit with her daughter; Mis.V., passed through/ Eau Gallie Tuesday, nn Wai. I of In.llallola010 ,
Palm aoe, In town on
Hummer, on the ground south of MadamClark' success. There were thirty merry H. Walker, nt Fort Pierce. their way north. Sovetal friends were Ilcrvoy Bower came up from business )
mansion, on the East side masquerades! and more than that number at the station! to wish them bon voyage Bench, lust {Saturday, to .spend n week Fildiiy. {
who to look Mrs. A. P. Burton and son, W R.BUI'lon with his mother and sisters at tills place Indliinollnnn attended i
Many the nice
on-over seventy and a safe return this coming filII.8evel'al .
The Poinciana closed its doors to the Haven
left for Winter
In all, which was a fine ciowd for 1chlldl''n'lI \ Monday 111 r. Simmons and family and MHHCSMyitlb | little danceat Urn school horse, lust I
public on the 8th, and work for the coming Mr. Burton lIAR won a host of friends of our citizens attended the
ball. The little masqueradeis Wlttllold, Tuesday night. Icecream fiee
prettiest Italdwlu. and hinny spent
season has already commenced. while bore Ills
Educational hall
by manly manner leading at l\Ielbunl'ne,
Many important changes will have been were Katy Whlpple, as a but. I I on Monday hint, nil rerouting much delighted a few clays very pleuminlly at the buaoh, Ruv. Stuart:: Martin held services hero
teilly, and Trixie Richards, as u fairy. J. 11. linker and son, Walter, were In lInt week,
made at the opening of tho season of 002) : with the evening's/ anluHfnifnt. Easter moinlng, mid. at M Peiry :Saunders, as a clown, was, perhaps town lately on a short vixlt. We hope
1I1t"I 'I|
Dr. F, II. Houghton has moved his the best A couple) of Indians delighted era long to see them' bock from Aukona, Among Ilium present horn Eau Oalllr Mondiij afternoon everybody, joung ,'IlO"IIII..IILU.llh noun. beehaicheswere tastefully
wale I lliu Musses Ilodgsaii't'eylurllamie and old mot at the hoHpltalilo house, of chll house boat duck the audience ,
Dentos from the City very much, espeo- nettled In their pleasant' lImo liege
to the I.ckwood duck, where his patrons hilly wlieu they caught their lust view of I. Evans ai dumle Johnson, and quite a Mr, and hi II". It'. \\ Mn 11011 tor the egg suuvunirv. ,

will be much mOle comfortable, and not nn express train, which seemed to HI) Mis. Jane Gibson and daughter!; left, number of gentlemen.Atchdeocon hunt. Neatly\ two liumlud utirny.lined Mrs.) Kobort Litlioche' and hot three

troubled with the rocking of the bout. them with wonder and amascment, 1! irbua nu Monday for their home In Erie, B. F.. lirown, of '1'ItllllV eggs were hidden III the Mild, undur .sons und Miss: Sadie Laltoehe attendedthe

Miller made a dimming little Rod Punii, after spending' a pleasant seaHou ', viIII hold services I in St. Johns flowers, shrubbery eio. All wore found! EiiMier HOI'vice at Meriltt, mid Miss
It Is definitely stated that three hundred In'Mr. Cnfee'spretiycottage on the bluff. lea Adelaide tlenialeudcairled
Ml '
but flftuen Cutheilni
Hiding Hood. Mauls Hoke as Jamie church on Sunday morning next, The Hrtins the Jiaptlst church at
moms will be added to the noith oir the Hint ii/.u by litidingtwentytwo
end Meredith, was' a lIlIllItllItle picture ax Mr. and Mrs. George Stephens, oho, subject of the lecture will lie "Tim Res- |> Indlanola all day tOur
of the Polnclana this Csnnaltathesuoondbylludingnineteen. ,
extending and llelleo
summer also wan dainty little Eva Wuteis, In her have been such pleasant ftuesls nl Hotel ruction of Our; Lord" At the evening Miss merchash. Is full of'' d
in a T to the newly acquired Tlirouuh cram' new
stylish evening dress en tialno. Three Carleton, for several wInters, left, lues- service the lev. gentleman will deliver n
tv of Mr. known the"ilooie" of the Indies. Ici-d gnudebutoutof towners do not Hook
FUgler as nf
propel the conic ,
clowns, exactly alike, and all of one slzo, tiny, for their home In litiisvllle, Pu. lecture on "ChilHtln Paiadlitu' or the In- generosity nerved all and In, because hi reported he has serious
property. were very puzzling and completely concealed We look for tbem back. next winter. teimedlaiu State" 'Heats free lemonade wa to present,
or I the bubonic but ho
number who symptoms plague,
Ice cieiitn to quite wel'eIItitexl'f
Joseph Jefferson and have their! until the time for
i identity
Mr., family Mr and Mrs. Sherman Snudekcr are Professor Adams and pupils, assisted left Palm Beach, until the opening of unmasking, ramo. There were many, now snugly nettled in their pretty new by local talent, will give vocal and In- About fifty peupln HSNembled at about l of (tobacco, und will bo O K. soon. 9 b
mother season heie. Mr. Jefferson'senthusiasm others equally! as good, but space foibliU i
i over this delightful/ location a mention. of them all. The prize In the. home, formerly known as the Jones oof BtiumcntRl! concert at the Euiekahnll on Novell o'clock, and lee cream and cake Mil]'. H, J r, Tim! boaided the mall 6
tne on New haven avpnne.. Mr. Tuesday evening the lUlu Instant at 8 served l unlimited quantities, und I
were in tialn
and climate strengthens with hIKI\dvooo. cake walk was awarded to the "Two Monday' at COCOA, with hUt now
fog years. \I a)' he live long and pros- Little OIa'lsln Blue" Refreshments consisting !Mnedeker: bus just purchased: it from Mr p. m. The following compose the or. of meet expcllont quality. A "II"n.lld, I kalkl uniform. on.'e are under the

per." ,: of sandwiches cake and lemon- Jones. chestra : I' A. McMillan violinist; Miss dialogue, "Why I Never !Married, In InipioMlon ho will soon sail. || for !Mouth!!
Claudia McMillan, mandolin; Miss Jessie which mnjoilty of the young 'iieojile' Aft lets fetch DoWet ,
to out CtnlMlInn
The Breakers. closed Its doors to the ade, were served, in abundance Much Our school linn closed after a very good ,
this McMillan, guitar; Leland McMillan, vlo present took a part, was a must laughable and have him. rtnldti at Iliuil\ Inminock
credit Is due the managers of affair, term, for the children wore under the ,
public the 1 and the number
on Ism llotello 1'rof.Earle Adams The Indies "TheWenvlDgof
; piano affair. MX young gave for his health. King Edwiu'd'sfolks J ,
for providing a very delightful eveningfor able l teaching of MUs Clifton Benedict, Probably'
In the less "
lights Polnclumi
are growing: : ladles and will take ned White and Blue.
.Mowing gentlemen the
the children of Eden and their many who will soon depart, for her northern will have no serious ohjuutlous to
and less sound of .
every evening; the tev- in the MlsA Lnurntouston and '
part piogiamma: Music singing was very !good, C'hilitlau's loHldoncvH. ,
lends. home much to the of her swapping' t
elry is no more heard, and the season of friends hero regret many [ ,* Miss, Mamie Taylor, MIsH )highly appreciated. Quito a large! sum .
-- -
the new century U noailyttt Its close. --- Iloilgwon, Miles Mamie L. Evans, Mr. was leallzed from the sale of the Ice e

"It was bright, 'twlUl beautiful, but MH Itloun to Atoms Mis. K. It. Hitman left last Saturday Wllbite, Mr. H. U. Hodgson, Mrs. J. A. cream and cake, for school purposes. BEST WAY TOCUNK: UAfKACHKIlatkachus -
tuuNid disorder In tho
past." The old idea that the body sometimes to spend a few weeks In St. Augustine, illbeit, which will consist of vocal and me by will

Mrs N. S. Binnlmni gave an Informal needs a power fill, drastic, purgative pill thru on to her home In New York. We I list mental solos andduets, trios, miinilolio The most stubborn roughs resultingfrom kidney the kidneys Koley'n right Kidney Take Corn no Kilbstlluto.II. make. ll

afternoon. on the let, I In honor of M 1'8. has been exploded; for Dr King's New nil i'OK rot to see her go, but look forward and violin solos, qnnrtettos, solos an attack of.1" grippe: or heavy cold R. Wllaoutft /Sun
Cabbee and her nepbew, Mr. Jack Locke, Life Pills, which are perfectly harmless, with pleasure to her return next Decem- and driers, etc. The evening will close muHt } Meld to the wonderful healing propertlas :
who bave been guests of the Holland gently stimulate liver and bowels to ex ber to Hotel Carleton. with a dance niuslo by the orchvutia.! of Foley'. Honey and Tar, which

through: the winter Mrs. Cabbee and pel poisonous matter, cleanse the system Misses Edith Gwynn and Gladys Wells PiucecdM of this concert will be donated strengthens: the lungs! and makes them Lotus.

nephew are from New Hampshire, and and absolutely cine constipationand loft.oii Tuenday, for Vow Jersey, after a to charitable I objectand no effort III be sound. II. R. Wilson A Hon.
left on the 3rd, making,; frequent stops on sick headache, Only 2;>o at Wilson pleasant season spent with Mr. and Mrs spared to make the evening the success: -
their north. They have endeared of the season of 10011).'01. C. D. Provost was from hurt Pfeice- j
wny & Son W T. Wells. Miss Ovynn Is" charming THE EAST e OAST FEEL< CO., locatedat up ,
themselves to all with whom they have young lady, and the Melbourneltes were Cocoa, Fla., has Just received two last week and spent several days hare.

come In contact, and their departure is -Job Printing of all kinds. executed sorry to see her, and Miss Wells, go so Sick headache Is the bane of women. cats of line feed. We can naturally Mr, and Mrs. Ulnlxecalled upon same

much regretted. at the ADVOCATE office. Send your order. Moon, but hope next season to see their What Is wanted Is not relief alone, but nell cheaper( than other dealers as we ot their friends Rorkledge recently
lellef and cure. Dr. Loyal Ford's Uy.leptlclde ..-
blight faces again. buy In solid cats. Give us it trial order
"STICK TO IT."-Oeo. L. Heard, of will cure sick headache for all and !>e convinced. J. M. Field, wife and, T ft. Itonnld attended -
High Tower, Ga."wl'ltes: "Eczema broke Fort Pierce. We are delighted: to report that Mr. time. It makes the stomach right U. . thu EiiHter: party at Gcoiglana on !

out on my baby covering enth'o body. Taylor, of Michigan, has purchased the U. Wilson & :Sun: Monday\ night. I
Ely on New Haven avenue and
Under treatment bf our family physician I propel'tr erect a home "- Artesia.Mis The air was rather cool several I days
we soon pretty on
he got one, as he could not sleep for }rr. Tabor arrived today from up the Maine. We extend to Mr. Taylor and this week and vegetables have been suffering .
the used box river. Viking.The r
and Itching. We a
burning for
family warm welcome to Melbourne, 1.. G, Tuten visited Mrs. Welch,
of Banner Salve on him and b) the time left Tuesday for points : whore be tils. made host of -
it was gone he was well. The Doctor see Harry Sample and family a FridayS C. D. Provost hiss bought/ the stuck of

ing It was curing him, said "Stick to It north. friends while they were with us a yearn weather has been quite cold since R.'Tutrn went to Banyan, Wednesday !goods keut by .J. M. Knnls!; sad added lj

[for it IA dola.g him more good than any- The drugstore! Is now opened and. doIng o. last WedneMday. lust. t them to hi* store here, '

thing I have done for him." Wilson's. a good bukiness. 'The entertainment, Tennyson's Dreamof Mr, Gibbon took Mr. McCarty on a J, W. Fountain returned to Oak Hill Quite a number of our residents l l will ,

Mr. Bahuey, Ankona, was a pleas- Fair Women, given by the Ladles' flying trip thiougb\ town, one day last Wednesday, leave the river for the slim lIIer"I\A soon
Guild, last Monday evening, was. a per. as the harvested.
ant visitor In town Tuesday. week. Lee Chandler spent several days at crops are ,

Jensen. The weather! has been too rough the ,fret wntodby siifccss' rhof"hlowlog Tuechaiactcrs Indies were Mesdames repre- Mr. Nllsen was down from Hebastlafi Canaveral this week. '1'. G, Ronald has a fine lot ;of b nl'nl\\' ",

fast few days for much fishing. W, T. Wells, C. J. F. Campbell, O. II. to spend !Sunday: with his family; then II'A Annie Norwood, a lovely' young tt looks like old times to see the bunches
In to a'call Issued In county lie went on to Fort Pierce on business.Mr. wl'h 70 lo I'M;
response fingers on
Mr. Oautler was in town Tuesday soliciting Stewart, S. Teeny, Geo. Brown, T. C. lady hunt Tltusvllle, Is visiting her
papers of last week, a large attendance orders from our merchants. Nicholson Misses Ruth Nettleton, Edith Summerlln, of 81. Lucle wears fiend, Miss Vida King Miss Ruby Thlgpln spent from Hatur-
was on hand for the purpose of forming Midday, Bertha McCoy, A note broad smile now. Last 'Tuesday a line
iuyn, day until Monday as the gii !Htr>f Mrs.
Tin organization by which to secure to7be AVe are sorry to learn of, Mrs. Hart- loathe, !Susie: Carter, Jessie Goode, Mattie boy came to live with them-their fourteenth Master Klbert Carrlngton was. .pleasantly S. A. Osteen, of this pluca. f fDr.
growers of pineapples, a medium stone's Illness, but trust she will be well fluke Gladys Wells and Mattle child. Mother and child doing KiirprlHed Fildity, by teething a

Jjbrough which our fruit could be hand- ere long.A Drown The scene was one of splendor, nice blcjcle, usaprenent from hl"t'lther. Capron and family, and friends,

fed. Over a hundred thousand crates the last and to each one much credit Is due for well.Mr.. O'Brian sailed to Oslo and )fr. and Mrs. Bour having spent the from the north, took a pleasure" nip to
vere pledged to the movement, and, stock car has been here for up the point of the Island last week. p
new of horses the part they! actttd so well. Thanks are the day, Sunday lie I Ie quite winter months at Oceans, returned to
i'n' the strength of this support, Mr. Jas few days. Quito a due airs. Mary 1(. Moses\ for her fine spent traveler and knows how to entertain his their. home In Brooklyn, X. Y., Wednesday -----.----
Williamson, of Micco, accepted the man- being bought.Rev. management!; of the play ; and to :Messrs. listeners with his many and varied ad- last. V. Ii. Conklin, 'nm.ernl1Je. 0.. says:
PKement. This hundred thousand crates Lane held Easter services in the Ferran, Ferguson, Wells, Irwin and ventures. "1 received more benefit from Foley's
horn after-
Represented the output of the largest Methodist church last Sunday eveningto Campbell for the parts they took In While returning Friday Kidney Cure than from months of treat-
'l'OweiS the East Coast men who Miss Martin accompanied Mrs. Ilelweth noon, the Buehler boys met up with a "
on ; entertainment
congregation.Quite decorations, etc. It was an men by physicians, Wilson & Son
have been pillars of strength in building a large that will long be remembered In to Fort Pierce, last Wednesday, on a bear In the road. It Is bard to .say who J

J'P' the pineapple industry, and men whore a number of our residents tookin Melbourne. It. lidded a neat little sum slopping expedition, and said that she was the more frightened the boys' or -
successful. One hundred thousand the dance at White City last Satur: to the Guild fund.GIVEN thought of tile busiest on the bear. No damage was clone to Banyan.

|rates pledged, has every indication of apet day. All report a most enjoyable time. the East
of thoroughly business men who control Quite a number of new houses going Mr. E. Ellingsen'of Norway who I Ie was well represented at the tl
the larger percent. of the pineapples ?stores all busy, the lumber yard doing I UP TO DIE WITH CHOUPMr quite a traveler. over the worlel, and an annual Easter egg bunt at the school Tho bean crop U falling fast for lack
up {Y. L. Cordler of Mssnlngion, Ky. of rain.
brown on the East Coast corning togcth- a big business, In fact everybody entertaining conversationalist was In house, Sunday. Over a hundred eggs .
ft to formulate a system: and elect a busy w hick goes to show our town Is In writes. "My three year old girl bad a se town Saturday and Sunday, the guest of wen hidden, and It afforded the child Kay Otwoll returned from Palm Beach
of the doctor said she
eneral agent/\ to perform duties In the prosperous condition. vets case croup, Messrs. Erlnksen, dtrande and Helseth. ren great pleasure to engage ID Mar<:blair Saturday
Growers Intel a very could not live aDd Ip.ve: her up to die.I .
eats tat them.
Wood fires
destroyed the Hart build-
went to the store and got a bottle of The Easter service which were conducted -
Strikes a Rich llId.I Foley's honey and Tsr The first dos by Miss Martin, ssni.ted by Mr. lag at Plocda fast' week '

It Dazzles the World. troubled for several years with gave relief and isved her life. b. 1C. Wilson Elllngsen, were well attended. Th. parlors Running sores, ulcers, bolls pimples, Vf. J. Ragaa Is building; a two story
No discovery In medicine has ever was decorated with beautiful etc., quickly cured by Banner Salve, the
Indigestion and nervous debility, &: boo.' were tastefully dwelling C. I.. Stewart a dining room
$reated one quarter of the excitement chronic ( of Lancaster X. H. wild flowers and palm by Mrs. Ilel-\ most healing/ .1..10. the world. A ease and kitchen.Tho .
hat has King's New writes F. J. nreen, \ cure for piles. D. K. Wilson 4: SOD.
| been canned by Dr. Seth Miss Agnes and Master Carl llelsetb. -
I began uslog .
until !
helped mot Hample and wife their 4
No remedy The Wont Calles. are on
piscnvery for consumption. It's sever- Me..... Elllngsen and Htrand
which did me more homestead '
Electric Bitters, one more. Mr. S. las bees
pn tests have base on hopeless victims than all the medicines I ever used. saaft a Norwegian and a Swedish song, -We want to draw the attention of i la Nassau for sumo time lr
pf consumption, pneumonia heroroor-i cA also kept my wife In excellent "It I. with pleasure enclose check,for respectively. Helectlons were read by our numerous reader along the East
hale, pleurisy and Bronchitis thousands They health have for eare. Sbe says Electr the Tetterlne ointment. Seed me one Mr*. Nllsea and Messrs. Elllogsen and Coast and throughout th. state In /general Beans are netting from |:? to M now.
of whom It ban restored to perfect splendid for female dozen boxes. It bs eared st ooe some Gibbon. I to the ad.'.. of the live and energetic Tbr.. parties la this vicinity shipped

iealtb. For coughs, colds, .asthma Bitters are that Just they are a grand tonic of the worst case vf ringworm and t.tUr business men who are bidding for 40, 60 and 'HO orates each last .ftll. .

feroup, bay fever, hoarseness and whoop- troubles; for weak, run-down pe0ple. fur every other remedy DM been The Miscellaneous, Ford vllle, share of your patronage la columns n
ling cough It Is the quickest, surest cure and Invlgorator can take Its tried." t a. V. Travis, Cooo, lodUn Ky., write a* a posterlpt to a bualaea of tli* ADVOCATE. If you are In steed TilE RAPID CALKER Is wild every

n the world. It Is sold by Wilson 10 ourkfamily.i them. Only | River Fla. 50cts a box: at druggists or letter "1 wa eared of kidney trouble by ,!of lilY particular line of goods, the pink yscthcmin aDd boat builder n,-,.. For
n, who guarantee aatlafaetloo or refund place Satisfaction guaranteed bj Wilson! by mall postpaid from J. T. IIbuptrioe.aYaJlo.b. : taking FOLETM Kidney Core. Take paper will tall TOO the best place; to boy isle by Jas. Pritchard 4: Son Tltua-
money Large bottles! 50c and BOB.\ I Gs. nothing else. WlUua A: Son. them Bead tit. ads. rule, Fla. Price $4 and 43 eack
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TITUSVILLEIs sTpULEb, Seaboard Air Line R'y.'

the County Sear of Brevnrd county; D
Is tit miles south of Jacksonville; Is the 4. I a IjM1TEDUnexcelled! Service from Florida
' utLn t No head of navigation, and the "setting out 1
t point" for cruising parties on the famous ; 10 TRAINS to all Points NORTH EAST and WEST
-r crop Indian River, which here forms .a n :
be bay 0 miles wide. The constant refreshIng RICIIIUOND,
breezes from this broad sheet of DOUBLE DAILY 'VASIIINGTON
grownwitbout water and tbe ocean beyond make It an
Ideal health resort. The shooting (for W f "9 SFrrr Two trains dally between Tampa, JackBAITIMOUE,
wild ducks especially) Is uneicelled. sonvllle. Savannah and Columbia, carry- -
\4 Fishing sailing boating. Good shall Ing 1'uilman Drawing Room SeepiuqCars Ll'nIA
roads for wheeling and driving. Five through to New York. and N12W YUI{.
S' t"(Nje1 white churches, schools, bank, electric
C Supply and St. Louis via
lights, band; ioe, palmetto, tannlo acid, Through Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville Montltcll,Rod
enough Pot barrel and tent factories; opera house hs' Montgomery, making connections for Kansas City, Chicago and all points ,III the]
Board of Trade newspaper(EAST COAST Northwest Through sleeping car service between Jacksonville nud Sew
ash and your ADVOCATE), hotel I (Indian River), and a Orleans, via River Junction and ronsacola. Full Information on application
1 number of One business houses whose to any agent of this company.
ae d, profits will be ads may be seen In these columns. R. E T.. BUNCH, Oen. Pass. ARt. A. O. MACDONELL, Asst. Con 1'888, Agt

large; without Trains to and from all points every few Portsmouth, VlrRlnia. Jacksonville. Kla.

hours. The hammock land for orange .' ar 4'f Qle r ........
Potash your and vegetable growing In Ibis section Is .- -

crop will be said to be some of tbe, finest In the state. . Dixie Flyer Route . .

Our book, telling about compovjhnn of i knmere t vr4 l -Through without change-- I
I, en adapted for all crop on free to all fwnmra.CERMAN (p NASHVILLE, UT. LOUIS AND CIIlI'AliO
KALI WORKS, will bd at the following places at the JACKSONVILLE, FLA TO :
5. S3 Niuiuu bi., New York. dates named for the purpose of assess -CloBe connections made in Union Depots, for-
ing taxes for the vear 1)01) : LOUISVILLE, CINCINNATI, MEMl'UIS and all points West and Northwest.
DYSPEPTICIDETh Grant, Wed April S Mululmr Th"... Apr 4 . Tri-Weekly Sailings . that ticket reads via -
s,' Melbourne Fri A Kaiv IHe. Hat. :: Bl He sure your
anat..t aid to DIGESTION. l Ilanyan, lfnea.: tt (tauririnua. M oil. 10 WESTERN A and NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA
TClunvllle Mon Ift Latinnge'rue., 1AHanlovnri
1 Free and Wed, 16 ('.Canaveral. Xuea. :23 For information relative to rates schedules etc, write to...
Accented Masons. Blanks will be left at all the postofflces at Charleston S. C., both ways) T. 11f. DOYLE, Fla. Pass. Agt Jacksonville Fla.
mentioned above for the purpose of mak FineCalling C. E. HARM: AN, Oen. Pass. Agt. II. F. SMITH, Traffic Manager
C ing returns, J. F. WOOTKN Assessor., The p in the Coastwise ServiceThe Atlanta, Oa. Na hville, Tenn. .

Indian No. 00
.Deafness Cannot be Curedby Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
River 9 '' TltusvllloLotlKe. Direct beivioe Between
local cannot SYSTEM
'appllsntloDs, as they PLANT
t." ryrFlorida.r reach the, diseased portion of the ear. Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points
There In to deafness
only one
Iloldn ltd inoetlnifB the" con.l..n,1. fourth Frl way cuie . ....
lay of each month, a' the late Armory, Tltusvlllo and that Is by constitutional lemedles.eafne..s . (Calling an;Charleston, S. C., both ways) ---
,at 7,119, oVIiM\ in. Is caused
p. by an inflamed con
(lii.i. W.Hnolile. / Mailer. 8EM1-\MCtKLV: : SAILINGS The Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections:
J. R.Walker Senior Womhlpful Warden dition of the mucus lining of the ualach- Southbound....... ..........a.... .,........... ,...... ..... ... .'..from Lewis' Wharf Boston
C.: H.Srliujrler: : : Junior Warden. I lan tube When this tube gets lotlnmed Northbound. ...............,........... ............ from foot of Catherine Street Jncksonvlllu To the East via nil rail The Atlantic Coat Line via Charleston, Richmond
VA.J. M.Dlxoii, Tr axurar. you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect and Washington. The Southern Hallway, via Savannah, Columbiaand
J. A. Morgan, Heoretary.. hearing and when it Is entirely closed Line.
HiiKlien Clianlaln.J. St. Johns River Washington.
: L.:Carrutliers, Honlnr l>twoo. deafness Is the result and unless the In. Clyde '
W. M. Woodward. Junior Dttaoon. Hitmmation can be taken out and this To the West The Southern R'y via Jesup, Atlanta and Cbaltanoo o. The L A
.I.. H. Soreven, Senior I"te..r.l.il. .. tube restored to Its n< rmal condition BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. I x, via Montgomery. The Southern R'y via /Savannah: Columbiaand
H. Walton,Junior Steward.H. Stopping at Palutka,Astor,St. Francis, iierenfonl leLand), Blue Spring and intermediate. land-.
1<:. Mime Jr.,Tyler.KIDNEY bearing will be destroyed forever; nine |DK*ou the at.(Johu'e Kivar. A bevllt". The MAO R'y via Montgomery.:
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, via' Steamship Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co for New York,
which Is nothing but Inflamed
an condition Philadelphia and Boston Savannah/: and Merchants a: Miners
DISEASESI of the mucous surfaces. GAIT. W. A. SHAW. Transportation Company for Baltimore.
:,.' .-- -- Wo will give One Hundred Doltari for Leave. foot Catherine street Jacksonville 3.30 p.m.,Sundays,Tuesdays.and Thnradays.. To Key West and Havana, via 1'oit Tampa ana Peninsular & Occidental Steamship.To .
i" any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) Leave Sanford 9:30..in, KnterprlM! 10:00 a.m.,Mondays. Wednesday and Fridays. Nova Scotia Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island, via Boston and Canada,
f are the most fatal of all dis bat: cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Bontblmund,Read down SCHEDULE. Northbound Read up. Atlantic and Plant Steamship line for Halifax Ilawkesbury and Charlottestown
! Cure. Send for circulars, free.F. Leave 8 Urn pin.. ....................' ,..JACKSONVILLE: ..........................Arrives:00a m.
.J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O.Jr 84Spn: ,..................... .. ...1'AI.ATKA, .......,............... ..i Leave 8:00 p m.
I" : lold! bv druggists 7Ci; 8.IK) a in ..... '.. ............... .....ASTOR ........................ !l:30am.: INTER OTOTT3FLISTSwill TIc773: ETS 1
1 ,: eases.'O 4:30 ant ,...................... .....ST. KHANriS .oo ............... 1:.IKa) m, w :
; KIDNEY CURE Is a Hall's Family Pills aro the best. .... .. .... .. ..... HKKKSfOKU: (DsLAND).................. U.OOn'n. Western and Southern
.. :AOam. (................. ;........WLUK HPHI>ua............ ...........". 11:110": '",. be on Halo throughout the Northern, Eastern /Mate: toall
O Guaranteed Remedy Pnn'-Anirrlran Attain Bthlbll.Milieu Arrive 8:JO.am............. ....,............SAJsFOKD................... ........ 9:10: a IU.Oen'l FLORIDA RESORTS, via the Plant System, during the season of 19MM9U1( ,limited
r to return until May 31st, with liberal stop-over prlvlleddReiAn Florida.'
ami: mining will be .IJr..MttDtl'dat Passenger and Ticket OffIce, 204 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville. Addresses of parties in the north sent to the be liberally sup
m money. refunded. Contains the Pan-Anit'i-lcan In a manner Intended plied with all Information and handsome advertising matter.

/ remedies eminent to IIIUHtroto the Importance and A.C.HAGERTY, Pa s. A art.: p.M.IRONMONGER!: JR., FI....P...... Att.( ,
recognized by F. M.
great progress or Ibis Industry. Modern 19 State St.,New York 204 Went Hav St.,Jacksoorllle Fla.. Jolly Division Passenger Agent
physicians as the best for improvements In metallurgy and THO9. D.HALEY taut ItoKanSe,Loa..I..llthtAliteot.. .JarkHonvllle Fla. I I 1 C. P.LOVKI.L.Foot"Hogan""t.Fla."t.Su, .fack.onvl1le.Fla. 138 West Bay /St.: Astor Block, Jacksonville, Fla.,

Kidney and Bladder troubles. the science of mining have advanced so JOHN. L. HOWARD.Superintendent Foot Hogan. St.,Jacksonville., Fla. B. W. W re fin Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah Ga.
THEO. O. EG Kit. General Manager. WM. t* CLYUK u PRICE SOe. and 100. rapidly and have attained such proportions ChMbuh Building 19 State St.,New York W. B. DENHAM: General SuperintendentSavannahGa.
I bat the task Is not an easy on!!.
13. It. WILSON & SON. -
The Mines Is of
building one a group
of three. handsome" buildings wblcb Fishing Nets.

'i THE BEAUTIFUL' ORIENT. have been arranged In the general form DIRECT LINE-QUICK TIME TOWASUINGTON
of a borarsboe. The Mines building -sR'.
,. '1..0.. .t .... Mldwar'a I.......... cupies a position of a heel calk In the"

Attraetl.a.. group I It Is connected with the Horticulture ,
Nearly 93.000,000 will be required to building which would corre BALTIMORE,

construct and equip the wonderful snond to the toe calk, by means of one PHILADELPHIA
Midway at the Fan-AmeVlcan: Exposition. -of the two handsome conservatoriesthat

1, The greatest care has been taken flank tbe Horticulture building S llUICFll NEW K'LOUISVILLE
to prevent any approach toward the north and south. Tbe Mines building Is CHICAGO,
I faUe" sbor- and the visitor may rest ICO feet square baring four corner pavilions CINCINNATI',
; assured that be will apt be submitted each reaching to a height of 100
to fraud or extortion BO long a. be remains ,

: upon the Exposition grounds. 'It We make FISIIINO NETS complete, ready for use, from 23 cents up. ATLANTA,
Is difficult to single out any attraction Thelonly house that iimnufactiireaiitl of (mown goods and Hells. dlieut to flsheimen BIRMINGHAM I ,
I In this section as more prominent or feet.Nerve at W11OMSSALR: PUK'EH. R ill.I
,,1 I worthy than another for all have their' AV'E AUE IIEADQITARrKi'.furallkinds. ..f IIEIIMKN'8 SUITLIES. Illag CHATTANOOGA,

.. special merit and novelty. CATALOGUE FREE, SEND FOK ONE. MEMPHIS,

The Beautiful Orient will represent ST. LOUIS
The Chicago Net und Twine Co. ,
life as It existed In the East before

the advent of the modern tourist. Food '1U-$1-8:1: E. Indiana Street Chicago: Illinois. AND ALL POINTS EAST AND WEST _KANSAS CITY_,

Gaston Akoun. director of tula conces ,
sion. la arranging to have native repreeentatlve NO OTHCn LINE AFFORDS SERVIOE LIKE THIS
characters to convey proper If you have neuralgia Scott's WHITE'S CREAMVERMIFUGE

;- manners Impressions of living.of oriental lie will customs Lave plentyof and Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil O'RMS THE NEW YORK AND

room lu which to <**n Qu.ity-! <

lu the salient strongest features terms that to would people appeal accustomed ing for food-it is hungryand For 20 Years Has UdWWonjTRenJAMES lesa t ta.OTa FLORIDA LIMITED

to our western civilization. set whole .. >D BY ALL :102iTJe3eQSB'I>: : B.rr The Most Luxurious Train In the World. Exclusive Pullman
your body going .. Equipment.
ptared by- F. BALLARD
St. Louis.
A holy Mecca will be the meeting placeof (Daily Except Sunday)

tired and worn pilgrims who will again, in a way to satisfy nerve -- Jacksonville to New York, only 28 bra. St. Augustine. to New York only 39 hrI.
constantly arrive. make their offer .
and brain from usual food.
loge lit the various mosques or rell- your THE NEW YORK
gloua temples and disperse. 'Eight That is cure. Prepared

street will diverge from this objective If you are nervous and irritable THE UNITED. STATES! FAST MAILTo
point, each representing a distinctive
local section of the orient. A street ytfu may only need more 2 and 3-pIy the E mt, and Hoi-tli..
r. In Constantinople be thoroughly fat to cushion your nerves-

r, Turkish, even' to the vagabond dogs. you are probably thin-and Asphalt l andGravql. Roofing, THE CHICaGO AND

t( Morocco will be represented by a Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver ... -.._
street which will Illustrate the life anti
r habits of the Moors. Algerian life will Oil will give you the fat, to begin ReAdyF'01'TJ'S8Building : FLORIDADaily ; SPECIAL

r;, receive attention, and a street will beI with. and
borrowed. from Algiers/ for the pur. Lining Papers, ( except Sunday)
poll.' 'Typical, Illustrations In a like Cure, so far as it goes. Superb Solid Pullman Tr lii Through to Chicago Without Change.

manner will be taken from Egypt. Full cure is getting the ,fat Roof Paints, Creosote Oil, Jacksonville to Chicago, only 31 hours St. Augtutine to Chicago only 3a hours.

I Tunis Asia, Persia While looking Tripoli and through Turkey these In you need from usual food andScott's Black Varnish, etc. Also the CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED

sections visitors could easily Imagine Emulsion will help you TO THE WEST AND NORTHWEST.

themselves In tbe midst of tbe ancient to that.If Write for Catalogue, Samples, Prices, etc, Through Vestibuled Trains. Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Cars Through
city .counterpart of which they are you have not tried 'It, send for free sample, CoaSheirerfect Dining Car Service on all Trains.
Itm agreeable taste will lurprine you. THE! AHMITAGE MANUF'G Through f t via Southern
rial CO. the
t'1' ting. SCOTT & BOWNB, CheiuiM! are Operated in Connection with
: A Bedouin Arab encampment will 409-VJ.Pearl Street New York Plant System from Jacksonville:
and Ii.oo all drungiiita.uiiKVAitn 3200 to 3300 WHIiamsburtr! Ave., RICHMOND. VA.
lend Sahara EXCURSION
variety and Desert no- TIOKETS '"THE LAND OF THE SKY"
raads will live In their Interesting characteristic : rort cTY TRKASVKKK'SSTATEMENT.

way. Natives from all countries -' a. nr.iTTRate"' .Schedules and Information call on or.address
will live on the grounds with their April ht. 10 1.Italanoa "r'Cs Trashing Pauenger Agent
\h camels and different domestic oriental : cash on hand Mar. ht, 1901..$ 9.ATT 11 .. N. , .
animals, cabins; tents and huts. Restaurants I Amount raoalveU in Mar. IUU1 a.6*( 41Total NineIIERE3INE. " 'ymottrb. c. w H-T>yLOE- *""' OUt P.ATLANTA... "q.nL G...

ten houses shops and fruit' .f Ba08 aLma : - - -
stands for tbe dale of oriental goods of warrants iialil In Mar., loot, --
.anddalavereltoCounty. (:'ouiiul.nloii.en .
great variety will be provided. The I ..oU School Hoard.. .......,. 3,873 50 '" MALLORY STEAMSIJJP[ LINE.

Benutlful Orient Is under the same I Balance. on band April 1th, 1001,., areA el of Pure Juices from Natural
management as the Streets of Cairo I New York

which was so popular at the World's AIIOVB 84L4t1 II HELD "FOLLOWS I. all the 1't Philadelphia and Boston.

Fair, though It will be three times as Deposited.an p iwr (In....hler'Indian. cwrtlMnaM River de..tn"ank.,.attached the Liver Stomach and Bowels From Brnnswlck(direct),to New York.
t' 1.fJ., About SCO orientals will be employed to monthly report,I.....check not In. 13,601: inB4LAKCKS REGULATES J d .
in different way. with this attraction LOWMI System, the Blood. I J

conglomerate eastern city County Revenue-O.n ml. Fund.......$ 'II M i Tn make. ennnertlone wit. steamers leave Jackunnvlll"
with distinct local features history n?.ad and Bridge Fund" .... ..'" HI Malaria I t ITnlnn 1..I..l'otl Thunoa. ('l1mberl.nd Root). 10 2:';'"';
to Hullrilnir, runil.... IOM CURES Biliousness, Constipation Yeman.llna Meals. .? 1'n11".r-all Rai" *
In a nutshell. Feeding Prlnniten Fund..,..., It 1HM p. arrIvh" SvatemRarrive n..'.wcB 11.+'p. m P.eaehare
f Fine...Forfeiture Fund ,... 60! MHpwi. from Stomach and Impaired Digestion.Diseased : } 011 !ac Brunswick RU directly.aboard,_m.rfa.r" .
? IU.d fund,diet N"II'90 Wy. 4:1: a Sontbbonud
Nearly every person needs a tonlo medicine Spec Road Fund" dtat No 111ft. I,Win 39Bpeo. Lv. PROPOSED 9AILINOa Norlhbollnl.
,* at Ibis time of year to brace up and ". .Road. Fund diM No*,iwm try en C8 Ererr Bottle Goirutaeil<< to Gill Satisfaction.IVio N.w York, PI.r II g.R.,1 AOp: .m., (BtandaM. Tim..) La. "ruUtwut."rllta .
%. u M u ,. Apr s. .
88 MOm
a, 1UUO .. ........
Invigorate the nervous system,to cleans .. .warde.rund.., ........ DuOUBohool I+A24.070110'iw'x'f._. ,A f r i2. ...." ...". ...........'... COLORADO: ...... .................rrldayApt.l It
the liver and HER- ---z.Zo DO .. .111" .8AS MAkC09: ...... .... /
; bowels kidneys Feed .'. 143 : ......... ........ ................ Friday
BIN Is the best and safest remedy to Pioperty of Uecttued praoa rand. I lie Liver. *. OO C.nt*. ": ................ l'UGIRAfxI ...., ........-.. "
: ::,,::.:: MaRCrM... .:r..... ......r-Sft: )is7 3
( do Oils' as It will cure constipation regulate . :;;; .... OOWRAt)u...... .... : ,
.....:..... .. I r fat IOWMI ntw. ._ra.tlOG' ... .. ........_...lrldalr
the liver and enrich the blood. i.. 11 Rnra. Repaid ly JAMES P. BAUARD.SL Leek. M.. .ralla'o"" ......apply: to
.]>rloe COou. B. 1C Wilson Sun. County Tr a,uret. .A. W. PYP" Arent. ra W. Bay 0.JaekeoaHllw
0.B.IIALLORT -CuG.wrilOND. ,.ot. 8n10.Wloll.n.. .
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TITUSVILLE Hotel t I Magnolia (St. Johns Klvor.) ,
r' Opened for the season, Dec G, 1000.(
2$ miles soutli of Jacksonville by Main Line Plant System and river Htcamern. 1
: INDIAN RIVER, { Store Rooms Open fireplaces In all rooms. Steam: lient. Klevittors. Electric: lights. Pure .
A largo addition has been constructed, adding Fifty ,
? ;+. S FLORIDA. spiTng water. No: mcmqultooH. Well-kept Rolf course Tennis, FUhkog, Shoot-
most of which have a. Southern Exposure. They are newly and Ing. Two swimming pools and TuikUU baths. $.OO per lny. Special weekly
rates. O. I). SEA VK\' f
Manager. ,
connected with Private .
handsomely furnished, and oeal'lyal1 are ..

r '.. _., J. G. BAST, Proprietor. laths The dining room hAS been enlarged to neatly twice ha for I I
.' 1)( I.ANn. I
mer size! and vailous other Improvements have also l>ccn made at l1n ,

A fI\, 4 r The hotel fronts on the KxpeiiilUuro of $:iOOOO. Ilist-cln'ss. Orchestra will fuinish j
''R 4 !tD>'S R ap I fi I In wide width{sweep formed of bay l(.miles the music twice dally Rates $:J.50 to $..00 per day. Special weekly and PKLAND I
), by ,
a'h.llr, ZTi' ' , Arms
ds Hotel
y l o ,. m m : t.M.? i ,. 'npv,la i Indian River, ilia king It a monthly rates. Special terms to parties College
delightful summer re- e PAtMElt & McDOWELL, Proprietors. FLORIDA, :
soi-t. Constant cool ._ '
."; + f Is 4 bicozes from the sea and ---- \

cl1 ( .. )Is mi 'l"O. Flowing sulphur / /ST.:: AUGUSTINK.FLORIDA. Will Remain Open Until
+' i r Hotel St .
'r e; rfk.-ri kl; pilngs.rules. :Special winter ; 'George, I

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. .-- c/ sp F. S. TYLER!: Proprietor II. 8. GHKKN, Manager. Monday: April 15th. 1901.

_ I' ' !t+ Now Open. Most central location In St. Augus- i
-T Change cars at Now Smyrna for Orange City and DoLaud.
fteiat tine. Rates: $_>.00 $2.50 and $:.J.OO per lay
C. W. lUI'J,1<;Y, Manager
Season 10001001. Now Open.
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The St. James needs no Introduction to visitors I I to Florida. From a small beginning The Buckingham ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. KAU UAL.MK. .
)In 181)8, the J>t.: James has increased, In slzo and added to Its appointments ---. -.--- i|

The with location Increased Is unsurpassed popularity,of being the tourists'on the highest travel/ grounds to; Florida. Jacksonville, Directly Oppsslte The Alcazar. Electric Hells.. Bathe EAU O\LL1R, FLA. }'

facing the St. James Park. Baggage checked to all points. Rates $:!.60 per day and upwards. Hotel Granada

The music during this season will be furnished by l'rof. Nelson D. ROIIII'msnapement O. r.. BRYANT:: Proprietor. On Indian fiver
Orchestra, and will be of a high order. This house, an In the past, is under the
; of J, R. Campbell, and everything will bo done for the comfortand Summer Hotel: Nolan's Point Villa, Lake Hwpatcong, N. J. The Hotel'\ Granada Is located) at Eau Gallic, Fla., 1U2\ miles south of Jackson-
pleasure of guests. A first-class I Wine Room and Cafe attached to hotel. villa ou the went" shore of the Indian River! unexcelled bqatlng, hunting/ and
Address by mail or telegraph, J. ]e. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fin, flshlng. Matchless climate. Launch for the use of guests. A !llrst-clasH home
like hotel. Rates $:I.IIO: to $:).011 per day. Special rates by month or luasoo.
PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Open all the year. Address ULKAKUN !lito::!., Ran Gallic, Fla.AVKST .

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ONLY. It Is located 1 near
This hotel Is now open for ROOMS centrally I-A 1.1\1 nl:Acn,
Postoffioe, Bank and Cathedral. .
Rooms, SOcts to 1.00 per day; $1.60 to $0.00 per week .'

V. D. SANCHEZ, Manager.

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I Entirely rdllrnl bed. First-clans. Excellence of cuisine n specialty! "

j Oslo.Geo. Rates $2.CO> to fJ.OO: ( per day. Special rates by the week ..
I111MIFRI' ;
W. Smith Is busy gardening.R. -

S. Bartlno'a beans are looking fine, .
and.he is expecting a good crop. ? If you have ityou

Mr. II. T. Gifford and grandson, Carl know it. You

Prange/ of Vero, made Oslo short visiton know all Palm Cottage MIAMI, FLA.,, Ave. B and 11th Street.

Friday last. about the ,

OPPOSITE CITY PARK. OPEN THE YEAR ROUND.RATES Louis Harris was a visitor at S. T. Open all the your. Centrally located near l'n..toOlceltoYI\II'Rlm Grounds
heavy feeling
and DODGE & CULLENS. Hughes', and they both made Helsoth a Hay ItlHoayne and nil the chinches. Katesj.i: <), $iJ.M: ) nod 1 f.J.K per tlav.
$2.CO upward. -
visit on luDdaYl\IIt.: in the stomachthe to peclall'Rh'lI per week or month. New house, newly" furnished. Electric)
formation of the lights, baths, etc. Excellence cuisine a itpnulalty.A. .
H. T. Hughes Is busy cleaning and. fer gas, :!. A. MULLED: Proprietor. '
tilizing his orange grove, bosldia raisingall nausea, sick headache r

D. S. HOTEL kinds of vegetables.Miss "and general weakness of KIJY wI S'r. --

J N. J. Hughes, of thin place, took the whole body. r
dinner whit, Mrs. O. 0, !HoWtli and
children Saturday and made a You can't have it a week
on very
The Jefferson '
pleasant' visit. without your blood KI.OIUDA

ff l1\y (Formerly the Carleton.) Ole Evens caught a very large and being Impure and your
fat coon, weighing: sixty-five pounds, this nerves all exhausted. Late Hotel Key West 4 i

Is now open, under entire new management, as a strictly first-class house. chickens.L.week, which. mace a good mash for the There's Just one .remedyfor Open All The Tear Konnd.K. ,,

For further particulars apply toWILI.IAhI :. HUDI.OW) MAnnger //t
H. Hovelsrud and lion, Hoi'man, of you- .- . ,
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CATTO, Proprietor. Tlnthcl Creek were over last week, and - --
'u okud after his place, and shook hands MANATKK
I(Formerly of the Putnam.House, Palatka.) with{ old nelgubois. ;Averssarsavartoa

Capt. N. N. Penny, of Nathan, made
Oslo! a brief visit, on Friday, and took his Hotel I Brazil MANATEE, FLA.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. daughter home. Ills friends were glad On the Jliinntoo, River, I
DDYAL HOTEL to see him, aud hope lie will come again. 4.1 miles south of Tampa.

Miss Rose Penny,our popular schoolteacher The only first-class, up-to-date hotel on the Manatee River Has all modern
left for her home at Nathan, on convenience Good telephone and 1 telegraph connections. Reached by the
Opposite postoffice. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re Friday, and the children and parents There's nothing new Independent and Plan!Steamboat: lines from Tampa and I'ort Tampa. Itsto

novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted. . . . give vacation.O. her .thanks, and wish her a happy about' it. Your grandparents *:'J per day, $7 to $fo per week. C.. M. ItOUTWKLL, Prop. I

Rates $2.50: per day and up. took it. 'Twas - I 1
O. Helsetb's pineapples are looking
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. TALLAlIASHlCi:.
fine, and he will have a good crop. He an old Sarsaparilla before
will b.. home the coming week, from other sarsaparillas were
Fort Pierce, where he has been workingon ST. JAMES Hotel
West Bay and Cedar Streets. TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
HOTEL known. It made the word
WESTMORELAND the new drug store, and will fertilizehis
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. pineapples and orange trees. "Sarsaparilla" famous Centrally located. The only brick hotel In the city. The table Is supplied'

American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open Our six months school term closed on over the whole world.There' with the best of ()()(. Large, airy room. and good beds lutes t'l: to 93 '
Thursday March 28th, and the children per. day. !Special: by the week.
and Cold Water other '
ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot have done well. In examination the no sarsa- MK8. F, R. LAMB, Prop..

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All highest grade waa 07 per cent, and the parllla like it. In age and .- w

50o 75o and $1 a day. Rooms and lowest 78 per cent; but vacation Is wel- power to cure It's",*The LIT1IIA Hl'JlINGH, OA.
the door. Rooms Z
cars pass come after six months constant study, leader of them all."

board $2.00 to $2.1>0 per day. WALKER Proprietor three of the pupils having been present ..... a Mil. All '",If*. LlTHIA
Mrs A. J. every day. Ayer'i Pills cure constipation. The Sweetwater Park Hotel and Baths BrniNos,

After suffering terribly I was
Most women with female weakness suffer induced buy your Hanaparllla.: 1 Hltuated twenty miles west of Atlanta, on Southern Hallway. A commodious y
GRAND VIEW Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. dreadfully from pile. In addition.to took three bottle and now feel like well built, modern hotel Electric Lights./: Steam Heal. Service and
their other pains. They may be cured! by a fellow new oreatnre man. 1 would to try thl advise medicine all tny: cuisine unexcelled. Mineral Massage" Vapor, Turkish and Nudle Baths.
from Postoffloe and using Tabler'S Buckeye Fife Ointment. for It has shied the tout of time antiIt 1 Nature's remedy for rheumatism, gout kidney and nervous troubles. High
blocks new
Nearest Hotel to Union Station 1 three street between Price CO cent In bottles, tubes, 75: cents.It. enratlve power: cannot. be ..x.Dolled. altitude. Dry climate. For booklet address.! JAH. E. IIICKEY. a
centrally Forsyth
located "
l. V.OOOD.
Government Buildings; B. Wilson & Son.
and Room. BrowetownVa. . .. ,
Bridge and Clay Sts. Very pleasant Parlor Office Dining Jan.30.HOT. -
Large and airy sleepIng'apartments, single or en suite. All white WrIt. lite ..I_. ATLANTA GA. ? '
help. Well and newly furnished with modern Improvements; Electric FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF I} hoe any : whatne. I
Baths. etc. Popular Prices.E. and. ::. the b. 1".Jr adrl..you'pepo.ably I
Bell. Hot and Cold Water ..
SCHOOLS. P.0.1. writ..a..oebe
II. SANBORN, Proprietor. l r..l y. Toe will (SCSI, a prompt 8.. THE KIMBALL HOUSE ATLANTA OA..
ply, wlthont eo.t .... ,
Trrtrvin., FLA., April 1, 1901. Da.J. To Hon.Alex UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.:
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,erk Circuit Court. American and European Plan. Liberally conducted. All modern equipments.
HOTEL OXFORD St..Jame.IIote1. Bin-In compliance with Election' 8, Chapter
Opposite 438V Law of Florida, we hereby ate with yon Central location, opposite Union Passenger Station. Atlanta.
comfortable and the following ItelDlfttMl tateiuent of alt school High Grade and Popular. Hotel. For rate., etc., address
Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, money received,appropriation mail and warrants . WEATHER REPORT. JAH. E. IIICKEY.
at the Oxford a pleasant IflNuetl tor the mouth ending the 4th day -
aomellke, of A. I>. 1BU1. .
Rates veryreasonablee..aGivethelOxfordi trial when In Jackonvllle. April -
White observer for
stay. Warrant. "nntntandlng last report.. $13,11552 By Rev. ,
.. iMuedln April............. 1.4S4V1Total Weather Bureau, U.:. S. Government. IIENlI:1tSONVILLE, N. C.
MKg M. Q FINLEY, Propr.
'I4.I> saga SUMMARY FOR MARCH, 1001 -

Lea amount paid during month.. ., .. 1.121 14 Highest temperature' the.. 31st ftfl.lt TIlE WIIELLElfIIENDEItSONVILLE, N. c.
ST. AUGUSTINK. nth 41.0)
outatandiniL7,7106h Loweat" '. New Hotel )'
Warrant Balance canto now per Treasurer last[ Mean for the month. . . . . 04.1
........ ...... l<* Average mean for 20 years. . lift.l dpen all the year. Altitude 2&AO: feet., The dryest climate In North Carolina
'LORIDA HOUSE ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. :Received In .. 1.17347 Highest .". "., In 18H3. 71.4 Golf links. Twenty-lire acres beautiful grove. One hundred sod twenty-five

stint 87 Lowest 1800 MI.Ii bedroom. Electric lights. Steam heat. Elevator. Tennis court. Ball room. f
heat Porcelain baths. Warrant paid during month.. 1.121 14 Rainfall In Inches . . . . :. . . 6.00
Centrally located. Passenger elevator. Steam Average for 21 years. . . . . 3.28 Mineral Spring.. Bath room. Ten-pin alleys. All modern conveniences.
Rates $2.00, $2.1>0 and $3.00 per day. Open the entire year. Liberally Cub now In band Treasurer $443 -243 Greatest .. .. 187*. . . 9.74 For further Information and rate., address.

conducted. Capacity 260. 'More than Fifteen ThousandDollars was Deficit In fnndn ... $23,7772. Least " J8WJ . . .21) HAKDI.V ft WHEELER, Proprietors, Hendersonrllle\ N. .C.
Improvement that ITEMIZED Prevailing direction of wind. . . SE .
modern .
expended this summer on this hotel. Every Balance In treasury la t report .1 10 . . . . 23 No consumptives taken.
of Its Guests baa been From Tax Coll., county whool lery,1200.. 739 SO Number of clear days >
contribute to the health Comfort and Pleasure From Tax Collector, ln' two.. itftiw .. fair . . . . . l5 . . 'I
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added, regardless of expense. F. C. IIAYDEN, Manager. From Slat.Campt.Ins school fund. III.148... stem .1 cloudy" . . . . . . 3 NETYOIUC
of WU6-M-B7
From State Treaa. tax -
days with rain . . . 7 ,
ON THE PLAZA... Total receipt....... tlJ23H Island Home,
Merritt. Fifth Are and 18th street
HOTEL salariesl09075
LGONQUIN ST AUGUSTINE, . FLORIDA.. R. 11:.Mlm.,salary county npt... 7900 Hotel Kensington
J. M.IHxon, per diem and mileage) a* Statement.Tax York.
located. Specul attention to Com member.............. too New
Everything flrst-loss. Centrally B.M. ,per diem slimas -
TranI. Large well.lIgbted Sample Room. Grand member= .. .. SOOB statement for no. month of Mareh, inmfor Select Family and Transient Hotel. European Plan.
mercial and Tourist 12M day. K: Slime supt.onic.sepenas.Mar.. ..... la tazee assessed .nd..1e. View of Day and Ocean from yerandahs. Rates $2: to per .. .. .. roel.lentalexpanses. schools 14 13 aa per_IOn a0,Chapter 41 25| La." Florida.CoII.cted Restaurant the Standard of Excellence
UDder jew York management.OW. I.R. State Baal, pay for lot ho.2 In full 11000 Amtyetto
Special weekly and moqthl) rates. J. P.Hawtelle,rent building.No VI.Feb. 200 I*mo. ha eol'ted. GEORGE O. HOWE, Proprietor.
C. I. GRANGE. Proprietor.PALATKA. C.at K. Mew, print cln-uJmr to teacher 9 28Hnaibem C..RedrOeneralfund.> .. '2,371111I411 }
Sample room free School Book Dep.froM books... *M ftakaot. rnnd 2.St a.zel Hind Noble .1104 Rout,arld rnadiennaif) 1.75178 4.05105
Br.vi>rd Co.State Bank:, Int. ..web A Mae... Bl 90 floe and *< rf.::ure rnndllpea 14544 duet I T,
Indian River 7682 ftMtd Fuad(dim Not) ITO4A. ifianajmtt
M.Irse" .. .. M 23 MEAT $1I.I'Dndld..tNo.l. ) 1.50190
pour AOVOOATB. print envelope* fOIl .. .($ >toad)........ IMMthl ass a JOB :PRHTTTLTG
he Graham Hotel PAI.ATKA FLA.city. K. W.Hall, lax on TltoavUl Mhoot. lo&..-.B8 Total 1.,6.1: : rl $21608

t I
brick botello the Total .peetUtIe.I. I ..MI J A.. f/rVWAIIT.' OF ALL KINDS
all tbe "ear. the beautiful Johns vely Convenient to all Oerk of UreaA OavrtJob
OnrooldDg 5t. and .ulpbar. -If you good yon will, Executed at theADVOCATE. I
Loais 00 'be SR .JoIns BlYer. Table Waten.tooe find the ADTOCVTE MI excellent adver- Printing of all kinds; executed
Electric lights and bells.. .A.I1.t can P' .f.t WATKINS' LEE Prop'r. Using lDedl ID. at the AaroflATx offlc*. Send your order.I PRINTING OFFIOE.EAST .


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BOARD OF TRADE MEETING.The :EJ. L. ::s .. -c: dt; ::e O
FLORIDA Visitors who can- EASTER SUNDAY OBSERVEDIN Robbins & Graham Cot _DEALERS IN- -,

not call at our stores should write for a TITUSVILLE.
TltusvUle Board of Trade held HAY AND ALL FOOD
of South Souvenirs. GRAIN AND PRODUCE
catalogue TilE their regular monthly meeting at their (Incorporated.) ?

RAHTKR: AT HOTEL. rooms last Wednesday evening, Oeo. M. PAID UP CAPITAL f ,OOO.OO. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES '

JXloJr; On Sunday afternoon last, Manager J. Robbins, the newly elected president, We deal, exclusively In the above line of gooda and solicit the trade of all ?sr4
occupying the chair. The members present This company owns Grain and all Groceries, delivered lit your :
G. Bast, of the Indian River hotel, at Write us for prices on
5 East Bay St., Jacksonville; also at St. : Oeo. N. Robbing J. era TITUSVILI.E.Tr
this place gave an easter-egg hunt to were president; US' ID S E. L. BRADY.k BRO. -
Augustine, Palm Roach and Nassau. the children of Tltusvllle. The weather Marlon Dixon treasurer; J, 0. But, JL, .A. ,

was beautiful, and the little ones secretary; Wm. M. Brown, F. A. Losley, In the Indian River Country; On the St. W.. E. GOLDSMITH:\!
thoroughly enjoyed themselves as wellas Chos. 11. Walton, O. F. Dureu E. B.

...THE ANHEUSER BUSCH- Manager Bast.8KUVICK8 bcreven.Wager, 1(. W. Rhodes, L. A. Brady, J. B. Lucle River; at New River a, d on Bay Carroll & Goldsmith

Prices to suit the times
: : AT EPISCOPAL CHUI.TH.A The minutes of the previous annual Blscayne. ,

Brewing Asso's.Famous large number were preR'nt at the meeting, held for the purpose of electing Send for Land List. _Dealers In- *

Easier services at the Episcopal church, ofllcers, were read by the secretary, and i Offices at Titusvllla and Miami, Fla. GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT JLND VEGETABLES
V on motion approved. The reading of I ,
( St. Louie Hug alll Hot- on Sunday last, where Archdeacon B. J'. ,
the report of the treasurer, showed theBonrd and Tinware. . s:illl,
Blown delivered one of his most eloquent I MORGAN, Crockery, Glass 'I I ITITUSVILLE ,
tied Beer.r OEO. M. ROBIHN9, F. A. .
and Inspiring sermons. Another featureof to good financIal. standing: Actuary. -
Bold bp.Messra. V. A. Lnnlejr and the service was the singing by the no debts, and a handsome balance on rroslctunt.

R. L. Motlow, Tltimvllle,Fla. choir and a solo by MaJ. F. 11. Taylor. hand. BreYard Abstract of Title Co. '
The decorations of the altar and chancel, Mr. RobbIns made a statement to the INDIAN .RIVER ICE F 1CT011 .
By Mr, R. 1. Motlow, Cocoa, Fla.
effect that II petition had been circulated
beautiful and much
were credit is due
WILL FUIlXtailAbstracts .. .
the voters of the school district -, .- FI/A.
among ,
the ladies of the church for the manner TITUSVILLE
JOSEPH ZAPF In which It was decorated. praying that an election be held to determine of TitleFOR to furnish Ice la any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special I
whether this district shall bo a Is prepared .iiiflDlOD|
Sole Agent. WEItVlCEH'" AT PIlKsnYTKJUAJT: CIIUJICII pedal Tax School District with power LANDS IJf- paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Falrdeallng U my mod.

The Presbyteilan'cbtirch was crowded to levy a three mill] additional tax for the Brevard County. T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.

Sunday night to hear the children of tile purpose of increasing' the school tqim, . . -' . .. -.
West Street --
610 to OJO:! Cay which is now only six months, and the Office under Law Olllce of - - -' -..
t :School recite their beautiful
Sunday :
P2.1f JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Easter poems. The services began at appointment of three school trustees, to GEO. 1\\[, ROUBINS, J. It. WALKKK. C. II. SWAIN
without and whose It .J )
pay duty : .
., FLA.
-- T:1.) with it song by the school entitled. TITUSVILI.E, -
shall be to see that this special tax fundIs
; Choice . "Christ; the Loid Ikltit.en" The pastor, for the in. Goods Shoes 1
properly applied
, ui Rev. J. A. lluglies/ then lend in a fer- purposes i i Dry ,
leaded and exercise a supervision over
East Coast Meat
a tq Wlnes.l.lquor vent prayer, after which the school rendered the conducting of the schools generally.As .

t . and Cigars. an exquisite carol : "As In the It would become necessary under this Furniture
Olden Timewith fine effect. An ,
appropriate O. F. DUREN Agent.
nrrangment to have the voters of the ,
Guaranteed Pure. responsive reading by the -
pastor various school to assemble for
precincts s::
and school was a pleasing feature of
d Sold at reduced the evening, and followed with the the purpose of selecting; the trustees a CD cts : Notions and Iillincry
was :>> _
motion made and
prioer was unanimously ...
carol '"Twos Love" in which the -- '
entire I
ried, that the Board of Trade lender to I->>
Imported school pal tlcl puled.The s:>> New Goods at close prices
the voters of Tltusvllle LaUrajigot
Tukar Win, that recitation of the : ct:
evening, :
Minis the free use of their room for the s:>> PATRONAGE t SOLICITED
from Italy. ."The Easter Message was" then beautifully l. I=' YOUR
holding of a mass meeting to select the
rendered by Miss Ruth Woodward, s:>>

a, John B. Togni, at the conclusion of which Mae Jeanette trustees.It having been brought to the attention -- John R. Walker & Co. lTITUSVILLE

Metropolitan Saloon, 12.1: East, Day St. "lie Wilson Lives.sung" a Miss charming Jeanette/ solo gives entitled promise , of the Board that the work on the FLA.
r new roads, at was being Im-
JACKSONVILLE, FLOftIDA.W'holea.l. of being a good soprano singer, and properly aomelolDta. fund raisedfor p_ r"A. 12
will, at no distant day be valuable CD
i a acquisition .
.. the of improving roads
i and Ret.n. to the chinch purpose 'y
regular choir was wholly at the Instigation of the Tl- 12- =
Miss Mabel Schuyler then recited "The tusvllle Board of Trade, who bore the TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA,,.
-sori J YRA.LOSLEY- bong I Sing," In a manner That was hIgh. expense of circulating the petition which .STOVES.
ly creditable to hat
young/ lady and was brought about the levying of the special
followed by little Miss\ Lollle I'enney, In rood tax, It was deemed titling and proper .. .11
her sweet and clear with
voice recitation -

that the Board should see that the ,
"Easter Time In which
funds be honestly applied as loteuded! :
showed considerable
ability for one of %
and 10 this end a motion unanimously
her years. Breathe :Soft: and I.ow." by
Miss Bertha King, was also an excellent prevailed IN iRANcE 2 Burner Gasoline Stoves, 350.> Wood Stoves from $T to $25.00.()
"That the Executive Committee of the :r1. \ ... _
recital, and was well received. The ,
TlHiHvlllfl Buald of Trade employ the \
"' Write for
by the school 1'ull the Wond'I'oliaHtory description.
services of Mr. Frank Itoje-who cIrculated -
," was tlieo Rung with the usual ao- the petition for the levlnof the ( p.AUDE11tIM"'y. .

CUI'IlCYO' time, and produced a /good ef special) tax-to thoroughly inspect/ the 11111 1SA00
fect. Mrs. buoblu's class then recited ,, Jas. Pritchard & Son
road work Already dune, under their su.
"K.is'er Lillies, la manner that must pet vision, and have omissions corrected
have been very satisfactory to that lady.
m' by the Cummisaiunera"FAST DEALERS IN HARDWARE.
J Miss Mubel Reynolds In her reciailon,
I "M) Creed" showed Ciuetul training. ' I ..
and wa.. one of the )pleasing features 01the VEGETABLE TRAIN.. \ "" Tituavillo, :E= oJida.

''1 evening Miss Fanole Budge dellv. !: .
ered her reclatlon -
most admirably, and Through the co-operation of the Florida

<< a. ,f'Tr; t h, ryHOSag km learn Brown's It Is the to be recitation title regretted! her."Lot piece.that us Master Smile we: did,"Maik was not Express East Company Coast traits Railway Is running which, the commenced a fast Southern special .I L:1fo: : Xn.s'U.rnn.oo: : : ..For Sale I5y. fmm }fmPn'Ann

hit and vegetable/ Saves many families absolute poverty -
a happy was enthusiastically received. Wednesday. It is scheduled to leave I
"Be and destitution. Every man can
not Afraid by Miss Jeanette
Miami I. dally except Sundays, at >5>
1. Wilson, was feelingly delivered, and o'clock p; m., due to reach Jacksonvillethe protect his wife and children from such Robt. L. Motlow,

proved conclusively that she could reciteas following morning about 3 o'clock, embarrassments by carrying a policy In
well she could
as sing "Consecra where connections will be made withal) I t
; tion Miss Mable
by Lett, was a sweet
(if the fast trains at Jackson-
little and delivered passenger the strongest and best In the Titusville
poem was in a company
cap point for the East and West. The train ,
tJ' .: tivating manner. will consist of as many express cars as world. Represented by gwl" ttui u tut Ilwi
Miss Louise Brown, with her usual elsnlr Sffl heISKFT
be to accommodate busi hsatlr
may neooosarj O. S. Soh and a'"'
'U.yJ.or. IMRa
NEAR & TAYLOR, grace and excellence delivered a superb ness. Cars loaned solid for the principal culw, ee.M ilYl/ltl l/wll .W4
recitation entitled, Wonder If Ever,", Eastern and Western markets, via all TITUSVILLE / FLORIDA. .h

l' : after which she wan followed by Master rail lines, will be continued through to Correspondence Invited.
Artesian WellCONTRACTORS Cocoa Florida.
Rufus Robbing who did himself
t' proud destinations' without transfer of con mn $ S>.ZD
: In the recital ot "Left Alone When the tents. Conslguments; to steamer and

4 Mothers Go." The recitation of Miss dispatch lines at Jacksonville and Savannah THE GREATEST!; DISCOVERY (IF THE . .
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i .1 Myrtle Lett added greatly: to the pleas. will be promptly forwarded. The NINETEENTH CENTURY.

j;t;' baa Galllfl, Fla. ure Woodward'schltts.of,the"The evening Story, OH Little of also Jesus Krnestioe the,"class by Mrs.recitation Lett about first through vegetable six: /TltuHvllle o'clock.express, Wednesday train morning passed SMOKEYOUNG'S GAY BROTHERS'

.---- .. ... surprised UM by I lie creditable way In MAGIC
For Bale, whluh she sung I the suit| "Jesuit Lives

AIaln.Ve( also failed to get the title A BAD ACCIDENT. Catarrh PALATKA, FLORIDA.

I Daytona, on the Halifax six(; acres of Willie Kluu's recitation but' remember """""""" Consumption, Cough, GROCERS.

choice hammock land, cleared, fenced I I. to have been excellent. On Sunday evening, Lyman Singleton,
a and partly set with orange trees. tOUO. The last recitation of the evening by of LsXlrHiigeMho has been employed In Asthma and La Grippe Cure.
],[1 a.' Dr. UollinM was In every respect We make a Special Feature of our
One-naif cash, balance 8. per cent. the depot. jaiils of the clorlda East
equal to any of her former dellvel'aocllI.aud The wonderful, nnooeni that, ban. been obtained
Address, Railway, Si. Augustine, for some time ,
In by this (treat: Magic' Cure In m short a time,
have said
saying this we much. Mail
COURTLAND DUCKMAN, past, met w Itli a bad accident. He was which la shown by the signed. | tantlinonlaU from Order Department.Knowing .
22 Uogan st., Jacksonville Fla. All those who have heard this cultured oouplti g two cars, and bill arm was ,OHIO of the bent citizens!, to Its cure',ii a uffloleut .
lady recite, know her to be an elocution- eunrantee to those iKferiiiK
In terrible, Medical
crushed a manner. :\ laIr:;
lat of rare excellence and. to that aiwva dlHeaiiwi. They xhoulil not how difficult It Is In GROCERIES
say upon 'I aid at and tbe sufferer some localities to get GOOD
HAVE YOU SEEN THE WALTON was voce summoned It[ U a purely vegetabieanupound. I challenge
r this ocoa.ioa she sustained her enviable wan jemoved to the Railway Hospital the world to deny that this l a the tint sad only CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having Ihem tilled
call the
t Rapid Calker P If not at store reputation as a trained elocutionist, , where we understand his arm was lure cure for Con.um|>tli>n, latarrh, Coughs, promptly and carefully; and we know tbe quality and prices will be aatlsfa'tory.
of Jas. Prllcbard & Son. Tltusvllle. Is to her the highest eucomlum In Asthma and La Griiipe that baa. ever been put We the most and bale
pay : carry complete stock of Florida
House In East ,
Late he la any Grocery
It U an artlale that should be In thepossession amputated. reports say get.Ling before the public. It has never failed In any
of boatbullder and our power along as well as can be expected. Case where It has been tried. Mninklnic: Young's many articles not usually found In other and smaller houses.
f every The exercise closed with song by Mr. Mngleton's friend In this section froat Magic lure the smoke K ea direct to: tie: U- SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.!
Read the testimonials
yachtsman. the school and the benedlo'lon by the lingo,and den troy* alt mktrobee.

t from flret-claea boatbuildera. I pastor, and the great congregation/ wend for very! nnate l much aooldttnt.ImmedIately legrelto. learn of this un- (1( per package. Tilal package 25 cents. .. ------- - .. -.... -.----- . -. -

ed lu way home In good humor with upon bearing of the accident Sent prepaid to any part if the U. S. ESTABLISHED I8TO.

Tito'' Brcvcry' themselves and everyone else. Great Mrs. Singleton! (his mother)) and Prepared only by
c credit due Mr. Hughes and Mrs. Rol. Mrs. C. U. Curtis (his slstei left for St. HENRY R. TIIOMAS,

4 :' 010 West, Day FINE St. Jacksonville, children.llns for the excellent training. given the ',ur.Us Augtut'ne., returned On to Tuesday Jacksonville evening) to Mrs.Join Chemist Jacksonville Druggl.t. ,LaVllla Fla.CJ.de Pharmacy. M. Lane & Son.,

Wines Liquors and Cigars. her husband but Mr. Singleton's: ; mother
RICO A HARD WATER SOAP manufactured remained at the hospital nurse her Steamship Line.
r Anheuser-Busch Extra Palo on Draught. by the Florida Soap Works son. A letter to the 'ADVOCATE:, yesterday YORK.

'Floe Cold Lunch Served Daily Jacksonville will be found on Bale by lay his right; arm and left side Tickets and reservations via the Clvde SouthernwWPr
I The best of Service and a pleasant quiet' Carroll A Goldsmith Tltusvllle; E. L. were badly crushed and Dr. S. O. WorM Steamship Line can be secured of Chan. and Produce

seaort. JOHN F. MUNCH Mgr. Brady A Co., J. It. Uritman and Wilson ley, St. Augustine's; prominent physician U. Walton at the ADVOCATE office, TI-

. A Klyc, Miami; Morrison 4 Smith fund It absolutely necessary to amputate tusvllle.
-- ----- Daytona; and W, O. DePass, Ormond. the arm between tbe wrist and el- "
bow. Commission:: : :: : :Merchants.SPECIALTIRS : : : .
the beet things for boaibullders and : ORANGES and GRAPEFRUIT, stencils Cards and our quotation
Death of a ll-Knowu Mere>h.at. Death of a S mlnol Indian Chief.
yachtsmen; price .-..(JJ and .8 00 each. furnished on
EDISON LALANDE, For sale at Jas. 1'rltcl1ardou": /:) _. application. _
SAMPSON NO. 2, Mr. E. F. Clark., one of the most A correspondent at Miami writes the TItusville, Fla. -- --- - -- -.- ,

and DRY BATTERIES prominent business men of Jacksonville ADVOCATE to the effect that poor old . COKIIESPONDKNCK: INVITED 8TKHCII.9 FC1tN1SHED.J
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died at IOM o'clock Sunday night at Johnny Jumper, one of1 the big chiefs of -- -----

+ FOR GAS ENGINE IGNITION, his home on Ionia street In prlnlttleld.Mr. the .bemloole Indians died a few days VISIT the most peculiar and InterestIng -

. Clark for some time had been la bad ago at his camp on Snook creek lie sight In AmerIca. . . McCOMB & CO.
.e.W health but he remained clo.e to business was one of Chief Jumper's sons, who
until a few weeks ago/ when disease reigned during some of the Seminole Indian THE FLOKIDA.Ostrich ,

claimed him a victim. In spite of the wore with the United States. John

loving .caro of wife and friends and all Jumper had been chief counsel for the Farm Co. :ion rLond.o Sl;., Novo' Yor3: :..
that was known to medical science to relieve Seminole Indians for great many years,

him, death came at last and ended and lie was well known to numerous ..Make
his. sufferings. Few men have ever lived : white ittkldenls of Florida. lie was a Specialty of..

in Jacksonville who have enjoyed nonrly'olnety year of age- such a prosperous business, and whose to-lie roaming the jungles prairie

life cnn furnish a more interesting story. aid swamps of Floiidd.TiTUSVILLE'S i tN'1, rat Beans
Mr. Clark was In every regard a self Pineapples,
made man. aqd his business. extendedall r
over Florida and Sou them Georgia h '
lie was a native of Scranton, I>a., and Tbe following are the times of arrival Favor us with a part of
was 40 years of age. The funeral of the and departure' of trains to and your shipments.
late E. I!'. Clark took at 0 o'clock Tuesday from Tltusvllle passenger r rk We won't ask '
: to
from the church of the Immaculate you continue If others boat us.
Conception and the funeral services .Tltiurllle SOUTHBOUND.Leave for Miami' and I at SW p.m. y -
were conducted by Rev Father Kenny, Intermediate points|* .:M p. m, ESTABLISHED: -
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Full line of Electrical Supplies. the Interment being In Wood'awn: Ceme N(15TIIfODND.wareTltu.vllleforJacksonville. .
JOHNSON LAW CO. tery. ; ( I al,:111 p.m.
; and Intermedia points I ife all: pjn. Wrn..A.. :eO-C-eS CO.
33 51 W. Forsvth St. Jacksonville\ Fla. M Tltmrllto for (" .. f:n0 amArrtvM cSs
Take Notice. Tltiuvlll from Samford to t as p.m

Of all kind done promptly and reason Pianos organ. Singer sewing ma- manufactured by the Florida Soap .
ably. Feed and livery stable. chines, and ten other kluds on b.nd. for Works. For sale by Carroll. Gold 'early rDranUa blnU.. itandlnr to 10 fear We handle! onli'theBbeet and JACKSONVUJJC, FLORIDA.

; Ewnra RICK Titusvilla.BJT cash or on Lima Cheaper than any smith. -51.' IUR, oel.ftGh tIf 111IO to sitting n pounds sad baby_b.Glutcllee o.inoh Com, Oats. Flour Bran Wheat moat reliable Seed.. t complete stock of H.J
house. Needles and parts for all make 2''u baeeI. dull at wholesales; Slue Grits, Meal. lotto n Seed Meal both bright
Reading: notice ads. on this page For bargains, write J. 'EiucKsox, -Pl_ mention tb. ADVOCATE when On<1... Mann vtaliora through the farm, npjalnln lieu Jtra.cl agents for T1geAl1en Fertilizer Co.

are dye cents per line per week. 3mo. DeLand Fla. I writing dv rtlen. *..all stn abual Uw birds lash DMU, habits "'--. NUnle rertiltrre..0o.anea.d IIoda. )lanate or Potaab Aa.ly.L, Oran( ....and V.-bl.r-'lIlaIIrI"11"' atoll"
superbrc. the IDal'ket"d Ihtlpbale P tUb, K stnTh.aafsrtUlnnh.f.r,
e trod ,
will_ :
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