Title: East Coast advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00343
 Material Information
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 19, 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: VID00343
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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I LOCAL NEWS EAT MANON'S CANDIES. MANON'S CANDIES ARE BEST. -Mr. Chas. :M. Hllllard, of Palatka, MARRIAGE AT FORT PIERCE. Mr. Murray will be found at Clarendon '

lrr Deed blanks sold at this office. was In town this morning.The . Springs, Vt., for which place he left on I
N. N. of Nathan
-Capt Penny, was
his Mrs.
accompanied by sister
knd Topics of General Interest. -Tax Assessor F. Woolen, of Cocoa In town yesterday. electric lights may be In workIng Judge Iy, Of Kentucky,and the Yoan...' I Monday Fletcher., ;

was in town on Monday and Tues -Miss Lila Sanders. of Cocoa has order by Saturday evening. I> ohtr of Capt.W.J. Tucker.
of the Oaks I
day. Manager F. E. Plnkham.
THE ADVOCATE been in town day or so this week, visiting MANON :MAKES CANDY, Etc., at A very happy wedding party, consistIng hotel, Ashevllle, N. C., who has leased

$1.60 per annum, In advance. Secure your reservations over the the Misses Sallie and Bessie Hall. 412, West Bay street, Jacksonville of the Immediate relatives' of the the Seminole Hotel and Park Cottage, I

$1.00 six montbs.to Clyde Line at the ADVOCATE office, TI- -Capt. Geo. J. Mercier, of Jacksonville -Mrs. Orlando Quarterman, of Chester bride, assembled at the home of Capt. will\ take possession Nov. 1st. We understand ,I "

2.00 per an. to foreign countries. tusville. spent a day or so In town this Shoals, was In town a day or so this Tucker, at Fort Pierce, to witness the Mr. fleshly will have charge of i

Some bargains. / In real estate will be week, on his return from a trlpdow week nuptials between his daughter, Miss the Seminole hotel this summer during
rr Reading notice ads. are ten cents found on our 3rd page. North Carolinaproperty. the river I Stella. and Judge Hiram Tye, of Wil- the absence of the owner, Mr.\ Oeo. Zapt, I
-Two trains a day now-northbound llamsburg, Ky., which took place at
or line on tb.l. page. Read the ad. I who Is going to Germany and Austria,
-Secure reservations via Clyde Line at 2:01 and southbound nine o'clock
I : at 2:40, at Tl Wednesday morning. to visit relatives and friends.
ANON'8 CANDIES are the Best. -Mr. and Mrs W. R. Copeland, formerly steamers, between Jacksonville. New tusvllle.Mr.. The ceremony wan performed In theIarl"of
York and Boston at the ADVOCATE the residence which Mr. Fred Starry manager of Hotel
residents \
of this place, have been captain's
-Mr. W. II. English paid Palm Deach and Mrs. A. Froscher of LaGrange
decorate Pvlnclana and the Breakers Palm
spending the past week at Palm Beach.MI' office, Tltusvllle. I had been beautifully wllhlIolII.e. Royal ,
visit on Monday, returning to Titus- I ,.were at Cocoa: Monday, vlsltlugfrleuds. .... by living hands, and the young Beach, left for hot SIIIIngll, Ya., Monday -
ills on Wednesday, Geo. .. -Mr. C. S. Schuyler, Miss MablSchujler .
F. Miles, of St. Augustine In St.
people, attired In traveling suits, made a after spending/ day or so
-Mr.\ Chas. II. Nauman a prominent was a passenger Monday's southbound I and Miss\ Louise Drawl of title Judge; D. L. Gaulden returned homeon veiy handsome couple. Augustine with" his wife and little Miss
train en i'ou to to Palm Reach. lie returned place, paid a visit to Fort Pierce on has been
range grower from the Ilaulover, was Wednesday from a trip to Jackson Nothingouuld be more beautiful than Prudence 8tt rry. Mr. Storry
n town on Tuesday. home on Wednesday Wednesday. ville, where he spent a couple( of days; Episcopal man luge service; and the bard.worked the past ...a.oo1) we pre

-Mr. Henry :M. Plagler; expects to remain Mr.'J." A. DeWeese, of Des Molncs( Wright 'here musloal, soft voice of Archdeacon 11. K. sume he will now take a much-needed
for Joe Jefferson's Miss Emma left Wednesday
Excavating new ; at Palm Beach during the monthsof Iowa was In town a day or so this week, .- Brown, of Tltusvllle, who officiated rest-that Is, If he can got It, now he has I
Is. about completed and brick- for Green Cove Spilugs ou a
.ulldlng ,
hotel the
and charmed all hearers. returned to his other popular '
April Ma Mr.\ Flagler Is I
ork will at once start.Mr. Chamberlin visit of a few weeks 01"0 with relatives Homestead. t'
occupying the O'Neill cottage on the : and lends. After the marriage, a sumptuous wedding

L. Moreton Murray, the popular ocean bench OnIng to several large orders for I II breakfast was served, and the happy Mr. D. B. Matheson, a former proprietor j

raveling representative Marx\ Bros., -Mr. awnings having been received this week, I I -Mr. Chas R. Serjeantson, a former young couple wee then escorted to the of the Indian River hotel, Titus ,
Jacksonville, was In town recently.The Lorenzo Wilson, of the firm of the tent factory has been in running order resident of Hobo Sound was In town a northbound train, where a crowd of vlllo, who has held the position of steward '
Toonier, Jacksonville, passed while friends attended and them off to e
fur several I short Wednesday,en route from saw at the famous Raleigh Inn, Raleigh
Clyde Line Steamship Co.'sAgency through; here, Monday, on his way to days. Orlando to N llaml.I their Kentucky home, amid a shower of Springs, Tenn., was In Ormond on Mon
Is at the ADVOCATE office, Titus- Jensen Eden and other points In the -Mr.: J. D. Almond, of Fort Pierce, I congratulations and rice. day, with the view of leasing Hotel Co-
Vllle, where you can secure reservations. pineapple district.Mr. has Interests of -Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Porcher and Master
bought out the Mr. C. Judge M.-S. Junes, of Tltusvllle, a qulna on the ocean beach. Mr. Matheson

-Mr. W. J. Tucker;, one of Fort W. II. Warburton, psssengei D. Provost, In their !general merchandise 'have Arthur been visiting O. Porcher Mr. and of Cocoa Mrs. ,D.who A. cousin of the bride, returned here yes has been In Plttaburg, Pa., Memphis, ,
citizen business the above place. teiday and that nothing could have and other since he left Tl f
1'lerce's most prominent spent a agent of the Peninsular. Occidental Blodgett of stopped here says Tenn. places
,: Daytona, over ,
[lay or so In town the latter part of last Steamship (Co., wan a passenger/ on Tues -Mr D. L. Alderman, one of Bre last evening, on their way home In their been mote charming than this ceremony tusvllle, as well as holding a position In :

veek. day's northbound train, on his way to VIUtl'.solid cattle men, was In town from launch. I under the ministration of AichdeaoonBlown. the U. S. Army during the war with 1

St. Augustine and Jacksonville. Tuesday until Wednesday, when he let I Spain.Mr. ,
Hardee of Sebastian who !
Mrs. R. O.
Mrs. of Fort Pierce I handsome ornamental and
Benj. Hogg, Many very of the
P. M. Saurez
for his home at Fort Pleice. manager
has been spending several days with Mr. -Capt. A. J. Canova commander of:
I who baa been attending her son, Bon, In I useful presents were made to the bride; Everett hotel Saratoga Springs, N. Y., '
and Mrs. E. W. Hall and family, returned the winter hotel fleet, at Palm) Beach, T Mrs.. Sanford. and son Seldon, who his Illness at Danville, Ky., passed and being beloved by everybody, the accompanied ,by his wife, two daughtersand : $,

home on Sunday.Mr. will remain nil summer lIe has arranged hare been enjoj ing a visit with Capt. through here, Wednesday. saying he best wishes of the whole community son, boarded the Clyde atetmer, Iroquols II

J. E. Ingiaham, third vicc-pres- to take charge of the ferry businessand and Mrs. James Piltchard, expect to was all right now, and able to go to have gone/with her to her new abiding Sunday, en route to New -York ? ,
will in commodious launches.Mrs. .
dent of the F. E. C. Railway, was a put leave for the north tomorrow.Mrs. school again. place. city, where week or so will be spent '

>assengeron Tuesday's southbound trainn H. R. Jones, of Hartford, Ct., Geo. 1<. Harris, Miss Harris -Wm. Maier, has just completed the The groom la young man of exemplary ere leaving for Saratoga. Mr. Snores

route to Palm Beach and other points who has been vlaitlcg her daughter; Mn and Mr. A. T. Harris, of Boston, Mass, painting of the Walton lesldence, on character and of marked ability, as snd family have been spending; the winter '

outh. Wm. M. Brown of this place, tor several .are still sojourning at the Homestead, street, adjoining the residence of well as being a general favorite In the at St. Augustine, and will open their

Griffith of Providence R. weeks past, will! leave for home on Wednesday Hot Springs, Va., where they went.after Mr. Wm M. Brown, president of the section where he resides; while the bride northern hotel on the first of June. On .'
R. L.
-Mr. ,
the winter at Rock- next, going to New YOlk by way leaving Hotel Ormond. Dank of Bay Blsca)ne. It looks quite one of Indian Rivera most charming our 7th page will be found the ad of .
., after spoudlDg of the steamer which and bright young ladles. Mr. Saurex will be (
Clyde Iroquois, Everett hotel, and -
neat In It. coat of white Rodjtreen. The
edge, boarded the Clyde steamer, Ira -Our readers should deal with those 'Ibe ADVOCATE: joins in wishing the .
sails from Jacksonville on Thursday, the anxious to see some of his many Southern f
house Is occupied by Mr. and'Mrs. A. J.
uols, on :Sunday:: en route to New Yorknd 25th InstantOn advertisers who are bidding for a shareof trembler. happy pair a long life of connubial bliss friends and ADVOCATB readers at his '

home. their patronage. Live, up-to-date and prn.perlty.I 1
hotel this
Contractor James Ilany, of West our 4th page ,,1It'be found the merchants always advertise their wares -Judge M. 8. Jones, wife and Miss I Saratoga summer
with ad. of the Tennessee Produce Co., of I't Read the ads In the ADVOCATE.: Annie, left here, Tuesday, to attend the Tbe ADVOOATB In receipt of a letter
aim Beach Is ahead at once
gcAng ri .lr'. X.w Horn
East Adams street Jacksonville. They that
there Is
from :New
residence forr. wedding of Miss Stella Tucker, who was no
$10,000 seventeen-room Bead "Florida vs California Oranges"on 1'orklltatinS'
deal in fruit, vegetables, poultry and truth In that It was the
manufacturer joined in the holy bonds of matrimony
[ Clark automobile 7th "Statistical of
an eggs, and solicit a share of your patron our page; Study to Judge Tye, of Wllllamsburg, Ky., on Whitehall, bis future home at Palm Intention of Mr. Henry M. Flagler to
fPittsburg, Pa. age. This firm has been In business for Genius, "on page 3; "Pineapple Growers Wednesday morning. Judge Jones re- Beach, Is showing up grandly small purchase the Tampa Day hotel. The ..
Meeting and Belt ..
-The following young ladies and gen- some time, and Is said to bear good Discussed, 6th"Pineapple and all Again about tured here yesterday, but his wife and army of men are employed. Mr. Flagler foundation for the report was owing to
took to the beach Wed- reputation.Mr. . on page; Is exercising sort of the that Mr. night ,
emen a trip the Pan-American Exposition on daughter are visiting Mr. John C. Jonesat present every day a fact Flagler spent one
esday: Misses Ruby Chalker, Jose- B. K. Glbbs. brother of Mr. Geo. I pag.2 Klondike.' general supervision.BECAUSE at tbe Tampa Bay hotel, where he has !

blue Brady and Aleph and -Gertrude W. Glbbs (who Is known to many In Tltusvllle I Contractor Brown Is arranging to done the same thing for ..ver.lyeara.! I '7 1'1
and Messrs. Frost Moon Lynch start work Professoi's cost -Attoiney Geo. M. Bobbins, accompanied hotel will" next .
limn left on Munyon's The Tampa Bay open
), St. Augustine, on THE CUT: WAY HARROW "
by his i III'D. Rufus left here, Sunday "
od Minos. ly winter home at Lake Worth. This under the same management
for New York, and limn ilieie he will go is the bust tool for 01'1&. W, season
lust. fur Palm Brach. where Mr. grove "
structure IH to be one of I the show placesof In the and will be kept to the i.
the to South Africa nor to fight the Boots, Hart Hawks. )' k Is fur past, up v
-Mr. Wm. president H. ol
M. Brown the lake. Mr. Brown Is advertisingfor Bobbin. has been attending to .some law 111 ,. agent standard which has made It -Iv.
I high
ank of who one of but l to enter Into business, which is saidto Brevard and Volusla, same
Bay Biscayne, business for Mr. Henry M. Flugler, the bade i
lie In f
more carpenters. expects to so popular with the traveling precedIng .
be in the cities
ID hue. section already prosperous
le finest orange grove nod hule-souled of the -
I start Dr. M unyon's new hotel by Ala, 15. ,opiilar owner vears. The many lends of Colonel s
eturned here Tuesday, after a visit of a under British rule. Mr. Glbbs has been Florida East Coast. Railway and palatial
Plans are now lelng prepared by a Pfcllidelplila A. E. Dick the manager, will be glad to 1 i
"ne of the respected employees of he AMONG THE HOTELS.After .
uple of days or so at Miami, lookingfter architect.Mr. East Coast System hotels. Mr. Bobbins learn that his genial countenance will\ 1 '
his banking Interests.Mr. First National Bank of St. Augustine will probably'pass through here todayn again be seen at the above palatial hotelat
for quite a while. Richard Gladwln came up from .> his to Vhglnla, returning to
Vf. II. Hall, of Braidentown, Miami, In his launch, on Wednesdaymorning way an minimally prosperous season, Tampa next winter, t
Toed his wife here'Saturday last. Mrs. -Capt. U. B. Fromberger..teamboat one of accompanied by his uncle Mr. Titusvllle on Monday afternoon. Hotel Ht. Jam.,Jucksoovlllf, under the Mr. Joseph A. MacDonald, of the firm '

all has been spending the pant monthIth Indian River's. loimer captains A. K. Ulsdwln, one of the most expel' I -1'b. Ladles' Guild of the Episcopal able !management of Mr. J.,U. Campbell, of McGuire A: MacDonald, builders of

Mr. Hall's parents, Mr and Mrs. who has been In Baltimore and Isbrrmsn who visits the East Coast ol uhurcb;Tlinsvllle, will give a supper and will close It. doors to the general public Mr. Henry M. Flsgler's famous hotels,
W. IUI1. They left for their home Philadelphia for quite quite a while, Is Florida. He made an excellent record .sale of fancy woik at the Opera house, to-moirnw, Saturday. sajs that Mr Flsgler will add 4U3: : rooms

Wednesday morning! via Sanford. now" In which command plY UD of the the St.tugboat Johns river.Weymouth hauling In the finny tribe at Miami thin 00 Tuesday, April itOth, the proceeds. toIoe Mr Horace P. Shares one of the genial to the Hotel Royal )Polnolana and will

-Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Brooks, who fb. Captain, he is glad to gl back winter; and now he has arrived la Tltus devoted towards a fund for building proprietors of the New Hlckledge increase the sloe of the Immense dining

ave been the guests of Hotel Oimond; to Florid.., and says he Intends staving In the vllle, the Indian River fish. had better A Guild room. Any donations from hotel, passed through/ Tltusvllle, Satur hall pioportlonalely, this summer. This
interested In church II
hose who
ud St. James hotel, Jacksonville! leftr state If possible. ('apt. aud Mrs. Frommrger beware I IMr. .. be are received the I.Rdl"M'CJulld wet ; day, en route to his home at New Haven, addition U. thirty rooms larger than the
till\ gratefully by
> Punta Gordu this week to try tarpon. are now residing In Jacksonville, and Mrs. Wm. M. Brown, of this of the Episcopal chuich Titus- Conn.- He stopptd oil a few days at Breakers, which, with\ the Royal Polncl- |
shins Mr. Brook Is of Ditylona and Jacksonville, en route ana, was enlarged last summer to meet ii'
where they will\ keep i In touch with theE place yeater'i.iy, entertained at dinner villa '
rovldence, R..I.. ands well-known cltlan !:*st Coast news through the ADVOCATE. IWo prominent visitors. to lown. The) north.Messis.. the Increasing demsudo-even those ad- J

of that go-ahead city. were Dr. Earnest Fubrlg, chief directorof -Th. following clipping, from the 'K.' MscCsstlsnd A: J. M. dltlons wens pioven to IMo Inadequate for >|
Meosrs.. Marx Bros. the popular and season's business. Mr. Flagler
.1.lm... Ullion and Clilceu, refer to two the past
-Mr. Jonah H. White of New York I Philadelphia Commercial Museum, !downing, propiletors of the United
well known wholesale) commission merchants xdy friends of Mis. Geo. M. Robblns snd has also Instructed McGuire A: M so Don-
used. here route and dliector the Palmetto Company, /States betel long Branch N. J.. who i
through Tuesday en the
of Jacksonville owing to aid the railroad bridge
Miss Annie Pad Iwin, of this ;.llIce. Itwas to remove present /
.> I'alm Beach, to spend a day or two large Increase ID their business, found It Philadelphia; and Colonel A. A. Bulls, their Intention p, visit\ Tltusvlllf.his have been on a trip dew n the East Count; spanning Lake Worth, from opposite the ,,,
loiiMil general of Paraguay, who alsoholds of Mr. A, W. I'.f Jacksonville !: '
e Is the popular. eastern passenger andNassau wereguents of
Into ;
necessary to move larger quarlrts.This week, on their way' tu Miami n. )Puloclaoa to a point quarter a <
'of the Atlantic Coast Linn Rail- the position of president of the \ ere leaving for the n..rlh'y\ way *
Kent firm Is now located In an Immense but owing to the a earner Miamiliving mile noilh of th. hotels, which will ma- V
tad Co., with iffices at llttl Broadway two-story brick building at I be cor error 'Philadelphia for Palmetto the Co.of They consulting are InI'ltiiHville seen taken off the run, they de- of Mallory Line .'.aolor. San Marcos. tsrlally aid In the comfort and conveulenceof ],

ew York Mr. White, who can counts West Bay and Julia streets. This line with Mr. Brown purpose Import.nttllI.llleu sided to gn In woo'her direction. "Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Knot, after spending the guests, as tbe. railroad will Jt>

friends by the hundreds, wan among warehouse admirably adapted to their matters and upon we some extend to them A. M. 8|>rsgue and daughter, Miss Berge, the winter In Barton, are DOW stCUiendon have It. station on the northeast end of ,

inlet-day's passengers, en route north business, and their electric elevator, fitted he right band of fellowship. Dr. Knurl of New York, ale In Jacksonville, .andre prlngs, Vt. Mny of ourrenders the Royal PoincUna Instead of as at

-Mr. Joseph Williamson, the agentr up by the Johnson L..l. Co., Jacksonville and Colonel Rutls expect to leave tor .regUleied at th. Windsor, where they both north and south, have asked present, being between that hotel and

the new association about to be form- is said to be one>r the best and the north to-day will' be guests. for several days before reaming as whether Mr Knoll will ever return tb. Brsakvrs. V

I at Jensen, passed through here on most -running elevators In the to New York. Miss Berge Is a to III. old position superintendent Hotel Continental, Atlantic Beach,

juesday, en route to New York, where stale. -On Tuesday evening, at the Opera great social favorite, anti has been the of the Florida East Coast Hotel System Fla., wtiloh Is now being built by the*
has the house Tltusvllle, Blind Tom, the far guest of honor at several parties la Cuba ; but time will\ tell.
gone upon business for pine- -Dr. Wm. B. Hentz, after a visit of Florida East Coast Hotel Co., will
pie growers. Mr. Williamson\ Informs several weeks at City Point, where hs mono musical prodigy the ; received quite The soovittlou and Key West during the winter Mrs. Mr. Frank T Cullens, one of the pro. I ably be reedy for !guests about the r.robo 9
be has been promised 75 per cent of baa a fine orange grove, left on Saturday from large listened with Sprague and Miss U"rge left New York prletors of the Windsor hotel, Jackson June. This will be the finest summer {

e pineapple crop, and that he would for' Palatka, where he visited, his friend, program much throughout His was Imitations of to ban- and sailed direct to Havana. and while villa ham. returned from a visit to his hotel loo the East Coast, aDd It will be
.'hably' west to place some of them. He then pleasure. a Cubs visited Matsnzas, Clenfuegos, and Texas. In .. da'e style. The ,
go Mr. Margraves for a day or so. music box rife and drum mother and ulster In GMlveslnn, run ap' manager J
of pent a day. or two with" Mr Cullens, one JOe bagpipes, ..ther points, returning by way of ways Upon his return be was agreeably surprised Mr. henry W. Merrill, seems to bo the I,
Russell done
'ommodore J. B. jr., In '
gao etc., etc., were skillfully ; West. While there Miss fierce J
the of Hotel Windsor, to find hlsbtother Mr. T. .1. Cull one selected to open some of Mr. Flagler's ,
rtfurd, Conn.,who has been one of the >f proprietors fact his music covered a wide circle tendered ma.tr Her- ,
polar guests of Hotel St. James,Jack- Jacksonville, who Is another old-time from simple plantation melodies to the hen a luncheon of the United Mates l I *, of Rte de Janeiro, llrtzll, at theWlotl4cr. palatial hotels, for be opened theKo.1 !
and from there went to see relives *- gun- On saturday night Dr. Heats Polnolana, Palm Beach ; and the '(
friend ,
vllle, all the winter, tells the Anvo- ; grand; and difficult productions of Wag. bust Bancroft, and luncheon bv E. Snd-
Fla.. before hoarding of Rio de Janeiro Mr. Cullen Royal Palm Miami ; and now he will get :
at Qulnc), ,
,TK he will put his yacht Eleanor (now nor, Liszt and other renowned composrs. low, wbo I. the son-in-law of exGovernor'Icrolng '
take steamer In readiness and Hotel Co Uneotal.
bored at Tltuflvllle.) In commUsl. n be tiain for New York, to where he has Blind Tom Is a wonderful pianist, of this city, and who Is also M r. A. J. Boggs, one of the managersof / Mr. Merrill a open popular hotel mans > "
t winter for the of cruising fur Rio de Janeiro, and his instantaneous reproduction: of very *
purpose The Doctor Is a manager of the hotel Jefferson formerly Jlot.ellnlil.n lUver, Kockledge, passed and be conducted the Royal Polncl- j
Indian River. The genial Gornmu- resided for many yen IK. musical composition he bears, is as West Tltusvllle! his ger,
of hock- any the Key West Before leaving Key through Wednesday, oo and Palm In a ..uccellflfulmanopI'
e baa been enjoying himself so much brother of Mrs. Geo. N. Hatch,of friends onUblng. It Is said he Is the original, llss Berge tendered a luncheon to Mans way to Avoo-by-the-Ses, N. J., where he ana Knysl very far the
circle His reputation ss ss j
'acksonvtlle that he found It hard toe edge and he bus a large Blind Tom and that he has been playng get Sudlow aDd Ibe officer.: of the Bad- will\ manage Hotel Oxford this summer, have been '

so lively and go-ahead city.attlngs 00 Indian River, who are Always pleasedto In public ever since he was six years croft Mrs. Sprague and Miss Beige He was accompanied by. his chief clerk ADVOOATK representatives the five six ,,Jhas
Florida. Th ADVOCATE: able to learn, past or seasons.
Gardner's. see him In ild. Ills age Is about 49 years, and be lulled Tampa Ocala, and made the Mr. Monroe Smith. MeMirs. Itoggs and and wish bin
window shades been excellent we f
., follows to Brazil. I. In the care of Mrs. E. lietliune, whose Oeklawsha trip before coming to Jack //4mlth-who stopped off a day or so at success at Hotel, Continental. Mr. I'Merilll

SEND HOME A CASE OF MANON'S" msbsnd's fathergeneral Belbune, owned sonvllle.\ /St. Augustine onubelr way north-have every left for New York on Saturday Vnlgbt
n SMOOTH CAYENNE PINEAP- him before the emancipation of the just returned from a delljhifulll..l1Injt
Guava Jelly. Isces. Gardner's.Wanted and will return later but whetherbir ]
le Upholstery :
f plant cheap write to .Ia goods
"M. cruise down Indian River, and they" will\ Miami depends '1
next winter -
will return to
j. D. Barr, Petersburg, Fla. now be able to tell their New Jersey
Birds Wanted.One ASK FOR MANON'S: upon whether Murray j
Pineapple. friends of the big fish they hauled In.
will manage the Ponce: de Leon and A Icsxar I- ]

IIty Sugar aud nice Barrels. SAVE MONEY BY Hotel Ponce de Leon St. Augustine, bt, Augestlne; and whether Mr. f J
pair each of Burrowing Owls from 30 closed after breakfast Friday Joseph P. Greaves the present manager \
and buying' their goods from the Florida About Ave car loads to run to morning,
or sale.- Address, S.OOR& White Pelicans, Flamingos.and Red Hardware Co., 10 West Bay street Jack SO to the crate for canning.. Stale low. and the Immense portcullis has, been 'of Hotel Alcsisr, will\ take Mr. JUerrfU's |J

WALTER A. flue) Bird. Address, sonvllle. eat cub: price. Address., lowered for the summer Many of the place, at the kohl Palm, Mlsml, next jV
8 George ., Charleston, B. FLUKIPA OHTRICH FA KM,Fla. C. J. M Atone' I'once d. Leon guests have taken apartments I season. <

Jacksonville, \ Fla. at the Alcsx.tr, where they will
Itoekledge, Indian River, Jacksonville,
Florida .Key* Kare bauce.or complete the season. Owing to the excellent :Mew Ifot I. rl

Tax Notice. Has one of the most attractive and season and the unusual paronage -
sale, 15,000 acres of Island prop- best-stocked stores along the East Coast' Boat. ,And Yacht Sail the Ponce de Leos remained' open for One of the finest Hotel sites In Florida !j

Pi* from Key Largo! to Key West. A take notice. The tu books 9f Florida. Yoa can lad everything several days longer this year, Mr Kobe. will be given to the party who will\ build >1

pice investment for eompaD, or perRawaotbig Taxpayers Tltusvllle, FUwwIll pos- you need at this store. All kinds of tine : BOAT AND YACHT SAILS made to fit Murray the manager Is much pleased a suitable Hotel on It tb Is year. O'er- ,U
sab-frost lands for eocoa- of the Town of 3rd. Books open rocerles sod western meats. I Material and workmanshipflrstelaos.. with the big tourist business Hotel looks the Indian River Other Inducemeats t

I"t Pineapples, grapefruit, limes, lem- III"ell.IOI8 on June Courtlo.M. Particular attention paid to the needs : 'Prices below those obtainable la the Ponce de Leon has done this season, and to right part,. Address [tWVT.WxlM

guavas etc. Address ,every day at the Josus..'.la.. of yachtsmen and cruising parties. North- Mend for ..tlm.I.... he wears a kind of self-satisfied smile. : !f
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tlon. '&1'0<'-"'"? sundries tad household the day* of'Venice add of the ;Albam riiOo I IEKerclae Choice: Seect. 1 otatoesrEarly

antiseptic, bra. Another dream of beauty will MUCh

A. an annex to the Food Exhibit bang In the eastern ski paralleling the
No. 4, . , ,3.21S per barrel'
"Equatorial Pan-America" will .bei a visions of delight that linger on the is as bad as too little for the Rose and Maine .300" ..
realized dream of the tropics which western horizon. growing !girl. It is very easy for her to Early Rose,White New York 00 u

must be seen to be appreciated and Who can doubt the educative effec I I oVerdo, and this is ellpt"C ally dangerous New Early. . t ..300' ? ..
r 5 will consist of lire trees plants Vine of these architectural' lesson within at that critical period of a young girl's Hebrons ? 73" ?
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'. f cos 00p andshrubs selected from plantations the hearts of the American people? life when she crosses the line of woman- Triumphs.Dakota ned8. . . . . . . .jj 50"| 1.

and botanical gardens of tropical Pan- It I.. however not enough to have hood. It is tiling not an to Al, varieties ot Peas and Ileans and Garden Seeds at lowest prices and I?.,???

America. evoked, like a mirage .floating over the lay uncommon the foundationfor stock. Send for pl'ice HIlL ot all kinds ot seeds

.,I Without going Into further detail 011'' plains these, phantasmagoria delights of after
years Seedsman
comparison the public can be assured which ill our llves with joy and our misery by neglect of L.

,'that the Food Division. of the Pan memories with dreams. The pre ldeut necessary precautions 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE:: FLA.
American Exposition will commandthe of the French republic In the decree at the first
respect of visitors for the nigh TOhicu laid tile/loundatlon of'the expo. r' "change of life." .-- -, -- -- - - - --

: selective nature of Its exhibits and sltlon- of 1000 declared the purpose ot The use of Dr. K8TADLI8IIKO 1880.<

that It will win their admiration for that great; enterprise, to t>e> "/1 presentation Pierce's Favorite

.novel and lively entertaining features t>f the %works of'art and of Industrial ' Prescription only Bond Lumber Co.
establishes regularity
In connection with the educational. anti| agricultural: productan:' ussemblnge 4' but it gives

However If there Is any one thing of exhibits. That Is without +i' r health to the entire
cfTAtI[rf 15in I more than another that the dear public doubt the, (central the formative Idea womanly org 'nism. Manufacturers: of and Dealers in

I may be cautioned about at all food I' of the Pn)-AWericllll 'Exposition: 5 Ym It is the best medi-

IK, nrn I exhibitions. permit a tired man to mention Without exhibits there can be no exposition erne for diseases LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING,. SIDING CEILING
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3E the Food C..ank-the fellow who peculiar to women ,
*AvnourfWOTlW 4DVOCATI a ; fu-rnuKe it cures the
kidnaps some helpless, Innocent/ truth Each new and well F 1 -------- -- Also Veneered and awed
arranged exposition !- sr of disease lfouldinge. Turning and Scroll Sawing:; Orange
and Isolates .
It bis
fl The
own. greatest In edition We solicit eonesponde"ee.
a new a world' encyclopedia completely and and Vejletablt CI'.tes.
show that could be made at Duf- .
constructed by a scientific IIl l1enlly, and Shingle Mills at Boutin 1 Mills\ on ., /'1'. & K. W, R'y. Ynrdt
Palo this PInning
would be
summer to have all Saw
and exhaustive arrangement of iua l' favorite Prescrip ,. DeLand and Tltusvllle..
the Food Cranks of Pan-America as- terms! landmark tion" contains no
GREAT things.; It Is also'a n
A FOOD SHOW sembled In the Stadium at one time milestone In the history of the world' alcohol, neither - ---=

for a heart, to heart talk. This wouldbe progress and the development of man opium, cocaine n6r
Maximum day at the Fair, though any other narcotic.It McAlister.
kind. No .James
PAN-AMERICAN EXHIBIT WILL REPRE- one may expect, no one : :
cannot disagree .
It made the. angels weep. should ,desire, to read through trout deli-; .. ,
i I FUM.EIV first to last the marvels presented In cate constitution. (John1 Clark's old stand).
Superintendent In Charge of a universal exposition. As well expectto For a number of
It* Our Booth mid Appetlilnn !lam Foods. and Their Accessories. memorize the Library of Congress month I suffered. with

plea Will Make It n Itlvnl to the or.of the British' Museum. Butwen of ffrnnle tau Bnnk trouble Street,".wrttrn Wnnhiimtoii.Miss Agnc; l>. C.McOowue."1 bled t Direct Importer and State a McAlister'slOOPnreRje'

I" )Mld.-II..II..d Dream of tlTropic >" the exposition -or the library truly universal varimm remedies. hut none seemed. 1 to do me any

n. an Aiinex.Born WITH THREE VOICES .. every man should find therein worm pcrmnKent. case oFinternal nd. The trouble doctom! they said ever it waa had the 1 Agent for: and Bourbon,

of n rroat Idea, achieving ,. the Intent utterance which" the___ world decided to write to you for help I received avery .
can give any subject within the encouraging. reply and coinmeiicecl. dent.ment Bouche', File & Co's. Champagne b:. Walter's (Baker's) Pun Rje.
matchless gl'C' tI.eRR' under the best DOES THE PAN-AMERICAN SPEAK TO upon ; nt on".. I had not lined your ravoritePrencription' \.
'; management any great exposition has scope of buman Inquiry. Unless this a week before I began to feel. Klrker Oreer & Co's. Three Leaf Virginia Glades Pure Rye
,. THE ISITOR.it. better, and. Bill continued, my health ({raduallyImpro'ed.
be the fact the IS
ever bud the matured !benefit of In the' exposition In some and l improving every day." Shamrock lush Whiskey. l CIGARS AND TOBAC<'0.
I Western world and with a landslide of decree: deficient I In the. fulfllllnor of its Dr: Pierce's Common Sense Medical
& Co's. Old Vatted
prosperity threatening to thrust Itself Dulldlnva Prvcent .w Valuable., whole duty. Its duty' may be expressed Adviser, in paper covers, is sent free on Wra. Oreer ;"I151 California Wines;
: upon It, this Exposition of all the L.e."on In .Architecture) It. Exhibit less exhaustively, perhaps, but receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay Highland Whiskey. f S Maryland, and Pennsylvania

:Americas In tbese glittering flrst days Are a Mat.elallaed'Eaorelope- with more practical truth thus: It la u expense of mail'nor only. Address Dr. American Brewing Co's. Cele ';; Kentucky Bouibons.

of the new century makes a fair bid to dla-EoIu..atloDal Amusement. place not in which anybody will learn R.-V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. brat cd Beer St. Louis, Mo. .. ?, North Carolina Corn

f pass Into history as one of the Incidents The true function of an exposition 'la all it can offer, but In which anybody PURE RYe Imported and Domestic Rum
Inevitable! In the forward On Your Way Homo JUG AND FAMILY TRADE A ..,
t sweep education. The purpose and the end may enlarge the scope of his informa }..--.. Cheap: Liquors quoted on Appll-
of the Western Hemisphere, one of the of all its ministrations should be the tlon. How far the I'an-Amerlcau Exposition Stop at Camden, S. C., Southern Pines Specialty.I : cation.

things called by Manifest Destiny and development and the ripening of each can realize this criterion of : and IMnehurst N. C. Call at city ticket

not found wanting. soul completeness and of excellence will office of the Seaboard Air Line Railway, JAMES :McALISTEK ,- 201) :last Bay street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.EAE .
( In tho Division of Foods and Their which comes within the scope of
20U: West Jacksonville fr
depend upon the area of space at Its Day street ,, .
Its influence. Young old. -- - - -- -- --
'Accessories: Installation Is about to begin or man or disposal and the skill of Its officers in Information regarding elegant uoteiaccommodations. - -
woman, gentle
or simple, each visitor
in a compact wanner and with an the management of that It .
should gain and should be conscious of apace. : : BROS.
elegance suited to the selective character -
looks\ now ns if'It will become not nn
i, which has been made possible by gaining an enlarged appreciation, suHJectlvely encyclopedia of all knowledge,. but an MAIN HARD BROS.,

.r t the overdemand for space, Lucky do of himself as a' living and edition de luxe of the most excellent 1240-12J8 West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE FLA.

{" [, those consider themselves who are sentient being and objectively! of the selections. Gleaning and 'Dyeing

among the accepted ones, while other world as bin sphere living and know- In this phase of the exposition( will

t won waited. until: the last moment'and lair a ntalui fuller of sweetness and. )be .found its most hlatructtvegalue, Establishment, 12 Newnan St.. Clothing Liquor and Wine Merchants
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b cleaned dyed, repaired and pressed ,

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -Oldest house In tho city.-

Jt [ 6r Citizen's' Barber Shop. Wholesale Distributois S sof Lemps1' St Louis Beers

>liitniioi| >iug etc.* Poicelftln Bath Tubs.Everything .
fr 2 !: up-to-date, at reamnublerates. I3r-CalI or send for Prices.MARRY .

I. II, COLEMAN Proprietor. t -- --
12: Main street, Jacksonville, Fla.

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-Importers and Wholesale ])Dealers--

II,r- AND OTHERS. Wines, Liquors and.. Cigars,

F"orn.Cla1.c: : P-u.ro :Rya.Illstllled .

*, by Ferndalu Distilling, Second District of Kentucky; aged ID
I rr you want "Trout and B lit water Fish, OvNtera heated waithouse andjxtmolute pure and free from all adulteration.
:. t (;",, r"-I". 1UOO. l>i.faorAmerlon Eipoiltlon: Company iroon Turtle ') to rt H M EI.TOVVhole. { Tlirse goods
, ale.mill, Retail Fish{ and o>st"r ('ou"pany| loot ire pronounced by all connoisseurs to bo without equal, and are regarded by the
! I LIBERAL ABS BUIL] 3, PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION of Owmn st and City ...arLpt.Jiik', Fla I,medical faculty superior to-nll others for the tine of Invalids.
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,w. ..- rr\\'e would esteem the tatur If oui FEKNDALK RYE is put up in plain case containing no met. kit whatever, POUR:

then found a full house are not quite light. Ills respirations should be quicker Whetlier It wi)!" also be the most '<.>1111- render, when: writing 01 unplug upon FULL QUARTS In each caxe, and dellvertti to you all charges piepaid, at the to-!
, atlsfled with the limitations which bar his Inspirations deeper'and his aspiration cative will depend upon .the individual nur advertisers tit PI"'I'//""' merchaiidlHe. lowing prices per case: -
,I would be exhibitors! 'out loftier and nobler. etc., would mention the AltvitaATf.'WANTED. .
three mouths .
who la
j the recipient. Ferndale, A, 7 years old, 3.20.:! Ferndale; A.A, 9 76'years old, $3,70.
before 'To thln.euJ the Exposition speaks to .th'lrd
, opening time-an unheard of The Exposition has a phasislynderluR
Ferndale A A A, 10 yearn old, $4 20. Money refunded is satisfied.HARRY .
: not
thing In food! shows heretofore Compensation ;Its visitors with three vol'ell-throulth another element of education: -Capable reliable perton In every entirely
to ,
;: .t. will le found, however Its architecture. Its exhibits) Its nmusemcnts. through Its power of amusement Amid U".n'lnl'flmrllton nnitty reprt.eut| 'it Inruft'ill eatery ouini per any year lit solid|>ay- : MAS01 T & co.
; the small limits of this division In t The Pun-American Exposition the whirl of sounds and eceues In the lila weekly I"1 iier any al>M>lutely tire and alleapenceRfstraigt '
1. | :: bona Uric, dtiHiiitt: salary I State Agents. 301:107: :100.311: West Bay Street Mason Block
i highly finished quality! and Intelligiblearrangementof exhibit departuieutsmind! and body no nocommleslonI.darypaldeach I Hiiturdav and@xanme ,
the nionev advanced each week.. MTAN'1 JACKSONVILLE:, . FLORIDA.
appetizing which
q l display quire Intense craves rest. LHU HOUSE/331 DearltornHf. ChlcaKO.
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methods of manufacture The toll of simple observation becomes --- --- -,- --------- ------- ---- -
;'' and packing will b<" shown 'and vt7e -" ' wearisome. Music becomes a restful iS A Mffl! *gR 81A L V Ej; ,.
' In addition souvenirs and samples will solace.. The nlogklall's'wand lends FOR$3.2o.

bo given away nnd) the quality of the e. new life to"tired limbs.! .-There was the most healing---+- salve In the world.

,, goods IlemOlllltru: tet!. MO that this division sum troth In the Chicago Midway: Sent to us by Express; postollice/ order New will
FltKK IS LOOf> and SKINGUKK or York Exchange, we
'I 'r will present.an. altogether festive kt But regarding the !Midway after the send you by Express, CHANGES' PREPAID

,I appearance day and night, and- with lapse of sorer years one epnvlnooil; An Offcrrl'rovliigr Fhltli.Vlcers.'eiitlrig FOUR" 'FULL
t N' handsome attendants null elegant that out'of It came more enduring and QUARTS .
cancers, scrofulA
) booths will be popular tree rival or practical Information and edu'cntiou t'tchlnjlllkin. Beabwand scales of ,
i the Midway In entertaining tbe-f-exP* +fo ? h tba than there 'w as of piers ephemeralfoam. aches and paint h"oneslack or eczema joints, the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old

, pected twenty, odd .millions of, visitors a v ., Years ot,trll nllt'udlng to some syphilitic blood pols'on, rotten gums and
who consume foods ami some UInd 1 "of of the remotcHt quarters of the earth chronic, rheumatism, and all obstinate, Calhoun Pure Whiskey
t accessories tUrc6 times n day whether would have been required to give even d..ep-lIeu.tedhloml troubles are quickly Rye

they Indulge lu tlK-iillureiueuts' of-art the casual (Ihll<.'rvt>r' no'' much Insight cored by taking a few large bottles o'f We ?

music uiul science or not. The exhlb l Info the mannrrs onstoiusand conduct Rotor; Ic Blood Balm.. We challenge the ment) ship Whom IaPLAINPAeKAOEs, nomarkato Indleatq contents (which will .vnld! !III corn
world for blood you get It all test It,II It
( Its consist of chocolates, coffees' ,, jtenni.eplets. of proples'differing' tram "ba' in race s ease of disease that Your '3.211 will b. cheerfully r.run\od.\ Thl8 it not "au.r..ctorYI. return It at Ol'n, EXPENSE and
Uotonio Blood Balm will-nut \ve WblKk..y III 8811'00" allan !II.OO In the market.
cure. The are aloe at band and ) KOlllla
f' I, tin\'lwlnJe extracts and baking: color, religion and habits of life nnd cures are permanent and not been lotnJ bnKlneMllln this can city give ant)011. 11l'ICItIlDFI.IYEUY": : than lIMtant hO"he. We have
a patching at ,
', powders sup;ura. coufectlOjiiery\ und thought as might have been gathered up. Is blood thin? Skin "O "IRII.ITY AND! REt'U'fA'nos: Corllone 8ane Brand for over III YEA!C!!, allli aa to our RE&
your pale? All the editor of this dealing. we refer you to any merchant here, or to
other sweets, preserves jams; jellies.O II] a single, Journey up. and down the rundown? As tired In the morning as paper "

{ I purlieus of the Midway. An excellent when you went to bed? Pimples? Boil!? SOLOMON & LEVI

, condition of the Midway'was its con Swollen glands or joints? Catarrh!? Putrid 1028 & Hmo First Avenue
t ,:.', .. centration. "While It was of the exposition breath, ? Eruptions? Sores In mouthor T. O. Box No. 31.: BIRMINGHAM ALA.
I throat!? If ,
HO, your blood Is bad
it was wholly by Itself. Some
: \ Blood Italm will make "
things shown Illustrated HJie'processes the blood pure NOTIO-Wel'a'y Express { ")!'" to all 1"'lnt' reached EXPRESS CO*
, and rich, heal every 1\00'e. stop the aches blltto"ointxon Ilues ot other Expn'.. .
Southern Conq.antcs. we wkere
of Important business methods} like the Ex..1I1I Company. tmnsfvn prepay only to pollute
and to Rill
pains, build up the broken-down other lxl'reA8!: ('omp.oy. '
r. p fci BRUM B. FBABODV, making of glass or of lace. the.culture body and invigorates the old and weak. -- =

... 8upertntndenl of Liberal Arta, Pan. -AmerlcaaEx of ostriches,. the work of the divef'inthe ; liotonlo Blood Balm the only perfect c H: .A. s v
\xaIuonlwill depths of the sea. Some showed blood purifier made Hold! at drug stores M: cSti CO

t' address Its expected throngs In mtHlIwval structures, like the' Castle! of 1.00 per inure IncludlngcompWe) 1111, a ale W. Hay 8t.. JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.
" all these voices. lllnrney. the Streets of Old Vlennn amid directions. To prove our faith In Blood
Jo Its architecture must be Included of Constantinople.:: Some were wholly linlm, a trial bottle Is given away to suf

the whole external equipment...its given to hilarity, like the Street. of ferers. For free trial bottle address
buildings in their artistic and Itlood Balm Co.: Atlanta, 01Hon't
symmet. Cairo, filled with Innocent fun. These
hesitate but write
at once describing V
rlcal arrangement and 'grouping the very scones may not be repeated the trouble, and free personal medical\ advice r
beauty of their style tbeexuberance of i'an-lDerlcal1.. but others equally instructive given. Blood Balm ((11. B. B.) cures
their dM-oratlons! breathing afresh the equally Interesting equally when all else falls. Thoroughly tested'I

genius of the Spaniard and the Moor la amusing will be shown! for :<0 year Over 3,000 voluntary testimonial ,
i graceful forms and gorgeous colorings; Above all around all.will be displayed !* of cures" using B. B. D.oIlIld by i2 r I Ild t

the landscape effects, blending the harmonies ; the effects of scientific manlfestatlonn. -' II. K. Wilson & Son, druggists. 2ijiineO'l: fI1

of forest and lake of fountain' particularly of electrlcy) with ; 'e y-

and tower, of cascadeand castle and such exuberance of force' and such variety -We want to draw the attention of

culminating spire-of all that In lovely of effect Of the world has not our numerous readers along the East :

la nature with all that is roflued and heretofore ...t't"n."r picture. 'may not Coast and throughout the state In genera
t ennobling ID art. Here as aYChlcago. be overdrawn. Tb..' most marvelous, !, to the .d..ts. of the live and energetic '
Q.IIDWARD Itlllaa,' the architect bolils high business men who are bidding fora 1 1: (
1 carnlr.nl. If a* anticipation will be rvallxitfrtiw : C'i
I ek.ra. el fawn sad laMa avw.Mee, Pu Columbian share of your patronage In the columns
exposition w. found the : II. IKBO'DTJ: i
-, -urea.a Up.AIJ of the ADVOCATE If
you are In need __
i cbaste purity of the lily In a' Cuperlnteudrut .
pl'lleOhl of Liberal Art* of
any particular line of
ui 'be
guio ,
iI'I' m.rm.l.d. tints, /mushroom*, dried Lion "UQt' ualed since the days fit Phld- paper will toll you the best place to pink
fmlta and v t1.bi""l, food* prepared las and .Praxiteles." the f.lr1a who .. Two rows of plus riven sufficient them. Read the ads. bur .

''J from c.r ahk. beverages for bouaebokl Join band In the Pan-America elotheth room to crow, will In .tent years

't and other ua a. pft! ertd and pr.- m.Hrr.. with the chaste burs of make an Weal windbreak 'around 1 the -Job Printing of all kinds'' executed] Four Pull'' Quarts Delivered 33.20.

oared meats and flab cclatln Drepara Tlttaa and of Mnr1lfv.iinequaje t sine_ farm ho>m tad. at the'ADVOCATH office. Send your order. for

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GEO M. ROBBINS, Properly of the Ulull'rllllI4."cI..A G. T. BUNTING'S

ATTORNEY AND BGc8 Poison In of the nationality and race well improved 1 form of ll:0 HCII, 'S allIneoltivatiai.plenty'.rwtscl
t 1 land Chailotte Siict't., North. of I'luza. hT. AUGPSTINE( FLA. I
of liiilli.li nirti of goniii, llAv |ook Ellis ,
< AT-LAW. There U! no poison so highly contagious, arrives at some Interesting conclusions room fl'lltHe 10"1'1two piazzas, well, -FOIt YOUFurniture \(- '
Will practice In State and United States so deceptive anti so destructive. Don't be He has taken as his test of eminence gniilrti: small oiclnud, large barn; TOxdO, I '
too sure you are cured because all external clusion In the "Dictionary f National stalls for 4ll head of cattle 11 homo
Court. signs of the disease have disappeared, and Biography.< boxes one large/ crib holds. 1'iM\( bushels Mattresses Pillows
Office at TITUWTILLE, FLA. the doctor says you are well. Many per- From an investigation along these lines one email crib hold 4 K>, outhiiililiiigs.
sons have been dosed with Mercury and Mr. Ellis (Popular Science Monthl)) a I' 20 acres of rich second bottom40 ncres ,
GAULDEN Potash for months or years, and pro liveR at the following results: of rolling up land balance of Tract set ingrass !
pL. nounced (cure I -to realize when too late "I find that 7U.8( per centof eminent and left In wood for shade, pasture PICTURE FRAMES, MOULDINGS I'
ATTORNEY-A that the disease was only covered up_ British men and women are English; 1\; and fiiewood. Farm\ lies lu a square, -
T-LA W, Uko DDrets Like driven from the per cent Scorch, :..a per cent Irish, and house! In center !Main dirt road runs :IBraclsts: X T'in.ca.OTTNTtSlictcLos: : I
Will practice In all the Courts of the State surface to break :2.0 per cent Welsh. The proportion of through place 2 miles to depot, dally
01 Florida,and the United States Court out again, and to their sorrow and mortification English\ Is very large; but If we take the trains each way nod! dally mails. Good AND FANCY CABINET WARE.
I.(1 Box,2M. TITU8VILLE FLA.. find those nearest and dearest to present population as a basis of estimation community.\ Chinches. Healthy dim -- -- --- .
Money to Loan. lgT them have been infected by this loath- It fairly corresponds to England'sshare ate. Plenty of water, stream runs N. B.--Undartqklng. Department entirely separate. I
some disease for through bum lot Productive land. !
no other poison is so ; that is not so, however as regards
surely transmitted. from to child Price 4000. Terms to suit --, '
J. WEBB, parent the other parts of the United Kingdom;;
as this. Often a bad case of Rheumatism Wales, and especially Ireland, have too A solid native granite three story nod
A ATTORNEY T.LA W Catarrh, Scrofula or severe skin disease, few people of genius while Scotland has attlo house, containing 20 room., storerooms General Machine I
an old sore or ulcer. developing in middle produced decldudly more )than her share pantry, etc. Fireplaces steam Shop.I
WIU practice la the Courts of the 7th life, can be traced to blood poison con "It Is sf me..naf remarkable that the Treat hardwood floors' gas! nil through: .
Circuit. Taxes paid for nonresidentsand tractedin Tho Sin Of tho Parent. I geographical distribution of eminent women I Planned>y Vandoi'bill's arch! work- I IlIlIIantll'tIal'llio '
rents and accounts collected. early by no means follows\ that t>t eminent tect. Broad 1 piazzas .10 acres of nice Engine ,
TITUSVILLE life, for it remains smoldering in the system I men. Here after England Ireland ground! garden, pasture and 5 acres of i
FKOIUDA. forever, unless properly treated ant lends, and Scotland is but little ahead of I arable land. Well and ..windmill\ water TYPE WRITERS and CASH REGISTERS Small"MACHINERY
driven out in the S. S. S. is ,
Wales. The Intellectual brilliancy' of through houso and at stable. Large comfortable -
A.D.. PENNEY the only antidote for this peculiar virus lush women IR, Indeed remarkable, nod rooms. Tennis court Also a -and! devious devices a specialty.KVEHYTIIINO .- I
the only remedy known that can over has been displayed literature as wellas solid\ granite stable, stalls for 5 head of
come it and drive it out of the blood, andit the horses and :3 harness feed i iRepaired. I
on stage, cows, rOtm. : IN MF.'rAL.A TIN TO AN ENGINE, BUILT AND 1
ATTORNEY-AT-LA\V, does this so thoroughly and effectually "These facts serve to indicate that on room, man's room, carriage room, wash I
that there is nevqr a return of the diseaseto been loft Tho llnrst general machine shop In the State. :
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA the whole British ability ban not shelter large: pig house This la a
embarrass or humiliate you afterwards. very unfairly distributed over Great Bilt very lino property and the work Is very
Will practice In all the courts of the 7th cures Contagious Blood aifl. We are still entitled to ask whetherIt solid and thorough. Halfway between .ALF:: ED F. ZIAN'D.. I
Judicial Poison in any and all Is also fairly distributed among the Flat Hock and llendersonville, on main 23 }:Ist.IR01s JACKSONVILLE! ,
Circuit. street. :: FLA.
S S S contains
stages; no populations of different physical typo road. Photographs and price on appli- .
mineral to break down "
inhabiting the British Islands. cation. ----- -
A *ORGAN.& LYNCH, your constitution ; it is "'Co answer this question It Is necessary .Two houses In city, one 7 and ether, & GEORGE MARX. JOHN MARX.
purely vegetable and the only blood purifier at least to know the color of the rooms, 4 blocks from Main street, (none
known that cleanses: the blood and eyes-and hair of each person concerned, of the best parts of town Nice lots
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, at the same time builds up the general and to obtain these Mr. Ellis linn HUpple-. high and dry, both lot and cold.. water" 1VIA.. ::BJF C>S.9
Loans Notary Public. health. moored th"delOcrlJltlun of blogmp'ieis' by .'AMPnl(. One h"a" stnbl' .. Furnished
Our little book on contagious; blood exnmlu.vtlou< of Much portraits. 'f' exist. Kent $20: poi aionili. foes (2,0,Ml. Wholesale Dealers In
[ Collections Typewriting, Stenography poison is the most complete and Instruc- From the point; of view of hair color and A nw, very attractive house J g mile
it all I
tive ever issued nut only tells
TlTUSVILLK:, FI.A. about this disease hut also how to cure eye-color he divides British persons of outside ('f town on main Flat Rock road. GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE.,.,
yourself at home. It is free and should genius Into the following lour classes: 8 rooms SiHcielot., Well. Futnlshed. u_ -.---_-_._-. _. _- --
"Fair, with blueor predominantly blue $20. month price )( Terms to
A. WORMSY be in the hands of everyone seeking a mixed with per 131 and lag Exec': Hay Street snit 6 and HNcwnitn Street, .
GEO. Send for it. eye, and light or brown hair; ,
cure. suit.Shall
greenish bine-yellow or blue-omnge eyes, be glad to show property and JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
ATTORNEYATLAW.General and brown hair; dark hazel jr brown answer any questlonH.llKNIIY. $
[ practice In State and Federal - - eyes and brown ur black hair; aod a classof TWYFOlin ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY. ;

Courts All business entrusted will The Eminent ludividiiala brtlonglog to the no-called Auol'olly.I\l-I..w, ---- -- ,
receive attention. Kidneyand 'Celtic tjpe' with blue or limy: eyes and Henderson, N. 0. -
prompt more or less black hair. The lilr type We are headquarters for all kinds of Seel_ and Eating Potatoes and Cow Teas;
[ General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate Bladder Specialist. Includes 22 per cent cases the mixed type guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full Hue of lIllY, Grain and Feed. We want
Miami. 29 per cent the dark Type 41 percent' The Indian IMver neal Estate your OI'lInjl"aRDlt! Vegetables live us a trial and yon will bo pleased.
MIAMI FLORIDA. N and the Celtic 8! cent. Tills result -
type per MARX BROTHERS Jacksonville\ Fla.
Agency lint for Sislo ,
aiilfne.{ probably Indicates that nil the. races rrr: We only Hell to Dealers
ANDREWS, occupying Great Britain-however we
may define or classify those raises-have Unimproved lands from $2.00 to 423.00 "
furnished their contribution to British per acre %
I TITUSI : genius. The interesting; and lomewlmt 10 acre orange.grove, near Tituavllle, The SOUTHERN PRODUCE and GROCERY CdWant
unexpected fact which emerges Is the some trees bent I HIT, IMIMUH() ).
I VILLK: Branch office at FORT PIEnCE.l'rosecU"tlnj undue predominance of the dark class a 6 acre orange grove, near 'I'll u.v\11e\ ,

{ Attorney for Brevard Co. piedominanco l by no means exclusively with II) acres. of land, some bearing yon to ship them your Early Vegetables, Fruits. Oranges: Lemons Limes, .I
Notary Public :State at Large. due to Irish and Welsh Influences, since * very dark men of genius have been furnished grove and pineapple farm, at em In IIvo and diossed poultry, eggs; etc., etc.
by the Scotch Lowlands and the Mlcco 600 good beating I trees, with 1 acre You will\ be satisfied with your returns. Our lIytemf Dally Account Hales
STEPHEN E. FOSTER::! English eastern counties where the pop.ulallons shed for pines, good dwelling $lMKiO.()( with checks we commend to( your favorable consideration its vastly superior to sit
are, on the whole, decidedly fair. 80 acres of pine and hammock land' for called dally quotations, and more far-reaching In good results to the growers.
ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW, This tendency Is the more striking when oranges and pines on R. R. south Of We keep shippers regularly) posted on our market Tugs and stencils or any information
Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner we recall that the aristocratic class show Sebastian River fSOO.OO furnished free Write or wire us
Building, a tendency to fairness, and that our men House and 41: acres of land beautiful
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Tin Uconnr at Swamp-Root at Work laEU of genius have been largely .raven from river front, :3 miles of Eau Gallic. '/MK>. SOUTHERN, PRODUCE and GROCERY CO.

Laboratory. that class. 7 room cottage, 10 acres of land, riverfront J. K. D. McCORMICK &: CO.,
There Is a disease prevailing In this "It Is true that there are eminent men at Oeorglana. |70t( >. !
GEdRGE W ALLEN country most dangerous because so decep- of various kinds In all of these group Apply) at once to General Commission Merchants, ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by But there Is yet a clearly visible tendency D. I... OAULDRK, Manager. Office and Store, .1D-11! East Forsyth Street., oorner Ocean, New Market DuUdlng.
It-heart disease pneumonia, heart failureor for certain kinds of ability to fall into THusvlllo Fla. .
jKicr WEST FLORIDA. apoplexy are often the result of kldnay certain !trou.... It is not surprising that Warehouses. t 8.. A..r... R'y.. loud' Plant. System.JACKSONVILLE . . FLA.
Will practice In the United States disease. If kidney trouble Is allowed to ad- there should be a tendency for the son to Sheriffs Sale. ,
and State Courts. 9jun95T vance the kidney-poisoned blood will attack follow the profession of the father. NorIs
the vital organs, or the kidney themselves It surprising; that a great number of 1
break down and waste away cell by cell. statesmen should be found In tile upper- AND BY VIRTUE or AN KXKCIT-
O. FRIES C. E. Men of letters UNDER Unuatl out of the County Court of
J Then the richness of the blood-the albumen ClaS811'01ip. are yieldedby llravaril county Florida, t In av UM themIn -
-leaks out and the sufferer has Bright' every class, perhaps especially by the ponillnK.wherein H. A. Ilmlns In plslnlirr,
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land Disease the worst form of kidney trouble. clergy; but Shakespeare and it Id probable and Blrtiier Wilbur and 8. (i. Vauhmdlnnliamara + ,t
legally; surveyed and siib-dlvlded. I Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new discovery Milton belonged to families yeo- at pulps defendant auction, I In have front levied of upon the Court and will IfniiHSloor Mil
MappIng neatly done. Estimates forgall I I Is the true specific for kidney bladder men. The sons of lawyers, one notes, at Tltunvtllr./ VlorliU,. durliiK the legal
kinds of engineering; works. Disputed ..- : and urinary troubles. I It has cured thousands even to a greater extent than )lie eminent hours of Mule upon|, the 1
| lines a specialty. ,, of apparently hopeless cases, after all other men of 'uppvt-class' birth eventually I FIRST MONDAY IN MAY, A. D. 1001, .
ITuIOvILr.II:, Brevard Co., > FLORIDA. efforts have failed. At druggists In fifty-cent find thenifolves In the Jloiise of the sam beIng the Mil day of sail) month.
and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free L"I'tIM. Mud not always as lawyers. The N, the hlichmit soil last Milder. for mull the fill-'
by mail also a book telling about Swamp- Iwo group; of army and medlolne are 'owing: lauds of thtiwtlil. ilnfenilant, BUlna Wll-
N. S BURNIIAM, M. D. and Its wonderful. cures. Address numerically Identical but In oilier respects >ur. All, Florida tlume,trwilsof to-wlt. land lying In llreVanl
Rook & Co., Binghamton N. Y. and very unlike. The sons of army county That part of I.otonel( ) south of the fenre on
mention this paper. men form a very brilliant and versatile the Wilbur home and' hoed 13a III. 17 1ll '
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, f.lar.e1 ..'. sol.divli/n all I F I
and includes a large proportion of and MM) of Ut II "lib.
.I. the 10 sore. In the nero, east earner of. the iMlrsilno .
Ear, Nose and Throat Testimonial. great soldiers; the sons of doctor do not 4lrant. HoiMmllnK t" niA|> ranonlwl. In Chanrv -
show single eminent doctor, and If it ...> Order. lUiok N... il, Pa..e ale of the! llravaril'ouniy
WEST PALM BEACH: FLORIDA.VirginiaHoziles. were, not for the presence of two men of ': "Kconlii' or so much thereof. a. willsatisfy

James C. Wignall, noM Builder, No. 015 the very Hist rank-Darwin and Lander multi 1 execution. J. f. BROWN .. .. .. .. .. .. i
Warren M., Kenslnvton, rhllxdttlphla. -they would constitute a somewhat fta|>l3mar Sheriff of llravaril County.. 1 -- -- 1
J. O. Walton KMJ.: Tltusvllle }'I". I.I mediocre !group. It Is an Interesting PABLO BY THE SEA LIVERY. ,
| Dear 61 r:-Your Kapld Calking: Machines ROIl I think a significant fact that, tire AdinliilMtrntrlx'ii Notice.
are In use In my boat shop, and fatheis of as many as twenty-Jive) artist
are regatded' as nn Invention of great exercised either craft or soma trade Turnouts of all description a SADDLE HORSES,
utility. 'It saves lime and labor and Is very closely\ allied to a craft. Great sc- XfOTirRIH HEREBY OIVBN TO TUB TRKDrv F
You learn Wall about Virginia; Lands, of great service In calking light; boats tots. mid actresses, more than any oilipr ;pm. l lelCll, _, illntribute, , and all |pier. *: BAGGAGE Transfer, t
Its resources, products, mode of cultlvatloo I where beauty of finish Is desired\ and It group! of eminent persons, tend to be >flow estate fan uf Imvlnir.1 T, t..I.rlHlina... (or lrfl4 deinsniln eil, &I) aitalnstha firenenthem
; prices, etc., by reading the dues not bruise the seams like tile old ', obscure dubious birth; four, at t<. the niiili'tniBneil within two years or TRAPS, 13' HAULING, Eta,
Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. method of cnlking.: I cheerfully rrcoin- Ie...', can !be detlult, ly set down as the the same will IMI .tmrred.SI ..
for 3 months siibiwrlptlon to the mend! It as well adapted to meet tile ordinary cMI'Ircr of unskilled laborers. EMILY L. TRICE.Adminl.tmtrtx SURREYS :rte Wm. WILKINSON! ,
Farmer Co., Emputla. Va.WANTEDCap5hlereltabie iequipments the trade.VIHIIK "When we survey the field of lavestlznil'Mi may $CiiUt of J. T nf Prix.Foley's the +
truly..!**. C. WKIXALI.! have here very briefly sumitmi LAUD A US, Proprietor. '
Mr. WIJnall'M beat shops are adjulnlngCramp's )iced the most striking fact we tncuunler -
,nunt, to |rearm In of every solid shlp-bulldlng yards He la building lit the extraordinary! extent t<> which Honey an.' Tar VICTORIAS Pablo Beach, Fla.
Iflnaneial reputation reprenent 1"tII large alary company per year |ay the bouts for the men-of-war that British men and women of genius have _. _ .. __ .. ____ ____ .. HO .. .. u.. ..
*able weekly) *3p r day al"*ilut. lv i'" anil I'all' were built by Messrs. "natralll1h'i, _a-nle. ilennlte salary Prltchsrd &: SOD. The Nation'sBest ,
no Commission salary. p Id each Hatunlay and t"rlo'or sale by Jan. ext social classes, and the minute part
x eniw. money ailvanoed each ......k. 8TAMi which has been played by the 'teem I II IE The Largest and Most Com "San fflateo
i HOUSE 83 t ixi rborn St.,Chl.- gi>. my3 In .....e8. 10 building up British clvlllzatl"ii. -
Towers' Hardware Co This IK not altogether au un xpe<> elate Establishment South. Cigar.
-If you are in search of bargains. led result though It has not before been .
ead the ADVOCATE columns, carefully shown to hold good for the entire Held' ] of (FAO S. HACKER & SONMANUFACTURERS *
the Intellectual' \ ability of a country. it *'.* sill
"It seems clear that, taking English .
history as a whole the condition! of rural Flo>r lds.

life have been most favorable to the Why buy Imported cigars, made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored with

A Sample copy of one of the best farm : ocrac.T pioductlon and of the genius.,1"rKy-tbe The 'gentlemen minor) art.. as opium$ nod other drugs, when you can have the pure Florida leaf at a, flve-cea|

l apeis published, free, If you will\ send of England-living on the soil In he price l'

.pen,, air, In a life of Independence at FREE BY MAIL TO ANY! Bu. of as.._. . . . . . . ..11.00
your name on a postal card, mentioning; one laborious sod leisurely, lucre been ..
his paper, able to give their children /good opportunities ADDRESS......J' noa of 110.. . . . . . . . . .$1.75
for development, while at the ; -
TUB PLOWBOY Co., name time they have not been able to dl.- ,,0eO7V'LEJ: : -,

Atlanta, Ga.BO IlOnKe them from the necessity. work.
Thus, at all event. It hits been in the SAN MATEO, FLA.

past. ''llow It will be In the future la a .. -- -- .- .. -- -
question which the data before us In ouMB
hetps! to annwer Ho far a* sa beseen OF If'You

< the changing conditions of III* have Doors Sash Blinds Have Not
YEARS 1.' '" , ss yet made no change; In the condition ,
1 required for producing genius.

EXPERIENCE .-.. .' .. Me( aiding &: Building Material.
< i H I Most women Ith female weakness saf- Found What You Want.

Netting at Factory prices fer dreadfully from )plies la addition to ( mea A: Waierooms. King, opposite ,. . .
poultry cured !
their other palna. They may be by Cannon Street.Charleston .
12 In. 18 ID. 21 In. Sol In. 48 In. 00 In. using Tablet's Buckeye Pile Ointment. S. C. For a Horn, suppose.7011 take trip clown and took at our
Price M cents In bottles, Lobes, "5 cents. /
l and. ,
and 73: In. wide. A large stock on Fruit. and Garden Lands along the
MARKS R. B. Wilson\ A: Hon.Zangwlll .

CopvmoHT I Dsal.N.Ac. Building Material, Sash Doors Blinds, Sash; .Weight,, : Cord ,and East Coast ..
deflnae modern society playa
Avim.enetn' a.k.rra.51 dr.enp 5"e _nfent.kl7 a .
,....:.\... ..a.o.rts.d.. tS.-.....err...,.,WInkAa...:.......10'fray.. hanman wh.t5.r. M.I.s sa.. paints and Oils.! Coot Stoies. "an ounce of sin, a pound of IMJl'row. Jlarditlfs: "-". .
and chestaate"Aa
,. eda.tlaa Hand.-.. OS....... a plot of Pt ;" 1of
sa a ere. uId.N W.nn FLOWS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.'TIDward I Wi dow.and-Fancy Clasi'' ,? ,N.tlkrs( are flocking la bat still there I. room. If,you M*

1 : tlisa.h:: a w tMMN. ; ABrlCTrUural Impl.tnenta. oanee of prevention .U worth a ) SPECIALTY. 0 a looking this way, drop a UM to .
.ScituilTic Jli rrlcaLA house Furnishings Kto. pound of core and a bottle of BalUrde A '/. JAS. E. INGRAHAM. 3rd Vle.Prf. *t.
loraboood[ 8rroj> weed (J. time If worth ,
..,t4ta.---7. of, -w1.nrMM ws.triet f.-..-.. Write for prices before baying.. a staff of laaIcJa... with a drug ator oor Care ILOBIDA: CAST COAST H'Y, ,
"-'IJ-.I. '38 Kaef Baj s(. two loelaoW. Price 2S aad 09, <*oU.K :i1 'tSfNI.! FLA.

M 'iiC ;""':: !!iIn t. I :JACKSONVILLE; . . Ff'A'a .I&. Wilson A $c& / .. I ST. AUGUSTINE, ''

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A Talk On
The legislature] has been very Spring Clothing. first-class ice
The only
JOOBHA1. DEVOTED TO Tax PBVBbOrMBNT active in regard to the suppressionof

OF TUB INDIAN BIYBB, Lau concealed firearms by those who chests and refrigerators on
WORTH AS0 BMOATIIB BAY BOTIOHI.. are not licensed to carry tlitm. ryh/J//)/ llll i
Evidently] the indiscriminate carrying the market, with all the
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. of pistols has done more towards Every Man who has
crime than latest Improvements.CIIAKCOAL
any I iI
COABLBS H. WALTON, Editor & Publisher.Dlsonntlmiitnc ] i III.. i '4L t
other one causeand the legislatureIs P

of adVIL MII.t be tnada perotuUly to be commended for'the action .a Regard for his SHEA'rll-

at this office or by writing. taken in this matter. Human life ui

Is held altogether 'too cheaply hy Pocket-Look and IXO LI>iE3. i'PIVIti' bIIIIViIVI a III ,

Oheck,eto.,may he made. payable to CHARLES the ignorant and vicious' classes, << '1jE5TATPltr I i.ipwGsr i.

k H. WALTON, publisher.A . who, when armed with pistols, are S' r + GALVANIZED IROXSHELVES : I
exceedingly reckless! using them. Wants to AND f
practice '
A ldre s all pninmunloatlonii '
Especially is tills true of the more '

V'/ ADVOCATB, ignorant and depraved class of negroes 1 INSIDE LINKING.DOUBLE 'I II I'gCi', dl ) '
d III '
who usually follow, up the Practical, Economy
. ., DOORS OS''l'OP.
- - -- III
turpentine camps. They are allgamblers III I I I I,

U. 8. Department of Agrlcufture and it is nothing out of $7.:5O: LOCK OX rOWER

Weather reau-JIIIlter, Fin the usual order of events for the Should see our f

"crap" players to terminate the and Up.Men's r a DOOKS.WHITE" .
The following is a comparative statement ,
1&, of temperaturo and rainfall for the game in. a murderous row. If a w
week ending Tuesday Apr. 1U, 1K)1.) negro has'a grievance against another Spring; line of.. ... FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICE LISTWe

-1001P -J IJ-( ( he will nine times out of ten,
also a complete line of they
I I', DATE. MAX.. MIx MAX:, MIN. use his plspol, for the future Is' -
1o 76 (01). 1'0'; 611I t l ntOt.
I considered when brute Odorlet RcCrlgc .
] 7101 //II 71) 70 never passion Gclcln-ured
12 77 (I b 79 70 is excited. Then It is so easyto )Boys' and Youths' Suits.
J3 7: iil; 82 70 allow oneself to be pulled into a Write us for prices on anything in our line.
'u HI 07 7. 118Ji when knows concealed
fight one that .
: M
75 70 71 .
in one's pocket is an instrument -JCJi. 9
IfJ 70 1 t9 ,80 72
of-death which be used Those!!who patronize so-railed "Swell" Tailors Invitwl.
ClIO quickly ace particularly -
Departure from normal rainfall for the I when the emergeo-cy seems to require ., because we know It Is the easiest i thing In the world for us ,

I week: minus .49 Incheti. Departure I it. The truly brave man does to convince them that we pan clotht them equally an good, and fora J nolE..sonv1.,1o: : F1n.

S from normal rainfall since January 1, not consider it necessary to arm great deal leas money. Let u* show you our newest Ideas in --. - -. -
plus 3.29!! Inchon. I himself whenever he has occasionto Clothing,
HAL. P. II A RBI.-. Obeerver.'i .
__ _ leave his front gate, but the cow- Till> SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.

CAN any weather be" more delight u can ard is rest ill upon,at ease the butt unless of his his pistol.band Suits $7.50 $$8.50$1O. $$12. and Up to $22.50.

ful than that of Florida at this We would have been better pleased Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement

time? Why Is It that so many It the legislature had made it a misdemeanor ,

tourist leave the State just as the to sell a pistol to anyonenot The new :Z-plt'l6eIl1lts are the newest in Sprjngand Hummer apparelfor .".!--

' delightful season approaches ? licensed to carry them, and Men We have them in all the grays, blues, blacks and 'Interlined '4% Brick
Vitrified and Sidewalk
I? make it equally offensive for the pattern A new and novel assortment In Men's and Boy's Furnishingfloods ; Paving .....

Tnis time a prominent white rrjan express companies to deliver pis- Negligee Shirts In new patterns of Madras Percales and Bedfordeords.ladies' .

?' did the shooting, and an equally} ols to those who have not been licensed. Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida, Telephone No. 262.

f: prominent man lies dead. Major This would have gone along '

Evans shot and killed Capt. Grlllln way towards abolishing/ the .. Children's and Misses' Shoes . 3, K. MUNNEKLYN, General Manager

use of concealed weapons, and
at Columbia, S. C., last Monday. -
Pistols and whiskey did the work. would have implicated none but

those for whom the law was Intend. MeMurray & Baker

ed. Of course, sheriffs and all police .! >
THE House turned down the con ,
y vict ]lease resolution by a vote of 24 officers are expected to carry

t to 40. We do not see what the them, for they have to deal] alto. 22O and 222 East Bay Mohawk Block. Jacksonville, Fla.
with criminal class of
gether a men
State wjll do with its convicts if It
Headquarters for-
who would not hesitate to shoot, If .
does not lease them; but at the same
t time a fair price should be paid for they thought the officer makingthe Vehicles
arrest was unarmed. But for Wagon.Material Harness Bicycles
l their services and humane
accorded them. those of 1111n/ the oniet' walks of .. .... ,

---. life the pistol ,.was not Intended Also a complete stock of Men's Shoes for dress.and good hard wear. and Sundries."KELLY" .
r. and should gn.JVIus. .
'rr THE legislature is taking Into I SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on your wheelat

l consideration the enlargement of Nation hay, been fined $500 > 'R..W. Rhodes short notice. '
I the State Opitnl Would it not bebest
for blockading public "streets.
I" to build a new one, instead .Now Carry is.n.uta, very commendable 'j"" 3 P3 S-4-l E0(0( CS C3 C fr

f, Patching up old houses Is very ] gill,.Our it seems mijuxt" \that Opposite the bank. -' Titusvilie. 'w \
much like
worktntrover old clothes. }
I t for e.o-snirtll an offense she should ._ .
:, Surely FWldn,is n )t b"nkrup.t.lnc! betned. so heavily: Of course'the ----- ---- --- -- -- -------- .The Froebel Academy. |

a new building would add 'greatly! line Is unconstitutional, and she Viking.We ,I I Says lie Was Tortured."I . ... I II
to the.dUnlty of. the< Hate .
r- Buttered such
could not be compelled to ,PMJ" the pnln from coins I
\ -, in rue. 'I'hp real I ,object .l.a.. to":gelId are having delightful weather now could I hmdlv "" nllo.M. wilt. JIlllhbnrouKh, UN "but Itiicklrn's
THE St.ue.Fair goes' to Jit(!ksnn- Gibbons knows liuw ' raise Amion -
: of the lady' hat> het Mr. to fine. Silvr i
vine,. and she_ people of Florida] ,. __ __ .-- ._-- : string beans. like magic o.imnletely on sprain cincd hitilnoM'iheni. outs Acts, JACKSONVILLE, - FLORIDA. g

from IVuiacoU to Miami from ." Juootf JJoggeti's } pingtpostbill MUs :Mat tin was the guest of. Mit sores. ra,ilils, bums, halls, IIll't Fernandlnn to Key W>st, will con. Nellren last Sunday.Mr. : Ift'nler of skin. diHuiiHcK,, And piles. PROP.: :
hasstarted a sensation| through- J. EI:. :15133:: :PPILR
tribute their best efforts toward '' Edwards, frlen, ,(fit Mr. Gibbons., Cure guaranteed by Willful & Nun. 2c.Big : ; "
out' Florida would be line
i\\ a I
has just HI'lived from England.Mr. PRINCIPAL.THE AJ
making It a success, Let each remedy t'or idle loafers who will not
vie with theother In : O'Bidkn In In town again and at- ; Shlfinents ot \'. "''''.'''''.. t :
county making
work at any price.! These are the tended the ,
meeting on Sunday .
a magnificent showing: All we'needis fellows, who do the gambling and -. -.
tHe( determination ) the Master Carl llelsath, age eight years, The vejtetableexpresstmln" '' tan by the
rave stealing, and to whom a jail Is Southern
goes to Fort Tierce every Saturday fur Kxpiess Cinnunny, picks up WALTON RAPID CALKING
rut< pleasant a.* a boarding house.. lila father. seven curs of vegetables each day between MACHINE
Miami and Fort" La .duidale ,
> says
The Misses loga and Emma Helseth,
TUE St.. Augustine Record saya ''CqiEP! Vlnzant, of Jacksonville, of 0.10, are upending the week at theiruncle's the Union Miami And correspondent Citizen These of the cars Times hold Patented la the United States, Great Britain and Canada.

that "Judge Parlange has ,decided had quite a narrow escape a few J, Helseth, fiom WK) to lSOi crates each. The railroad PRICE ,
that the purchase of horses and day ago. .A negro desperado attacked Ole Helse.th has been carrying small company Is carrying!: out from threeto $4.00 and *8 00 EACH. !Should be used by every Boat Builder In the U. S.
mules at :New Orleans for the Brit- parties down to Fort I'ieice for the last five cats per day fioni Miami by "In
the chief and battered him Use by some of the Principal Boat
few weeks la his boat. frelnliiand about the same from Little Builders In the United States.
Jab government it a legitimate up considerably. Fortunately, the River For Sale by
Last Friday Mr. Gibbons dlscoveiiu1
transaction, inasmuch as it is a negro was not armed, otherwise dead
flne deer near the county road back Pritchard & Son.
J matter of private business.. Although Chief Vinzant might ,not have-been from the Pl>lttofJIoe. It was thought to Rico, A HARD WATER SOAP, manu TITUSVILLE
the judge gives plenty"of alive to tell the story. be shot .. factored by the, }'IorhllIIRP: Works FLORIDA.SEE .

precedent in international, his Jacksonville, will he found on sale by THE TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS
best is based on commonsense NORTHERN STEAMSHIP CALT. ATCARROLL GOLDSMITH'S Carroll' & Goldsmith, TIlusvlllu; E. I.
argument" THE for RICO, a hard water" soap, ninnufaotuied Brady & Co, J. R. Uiltman, and R'llNon I), --
: COMPANY, by the Florida Soap Works & Klyp, Miami; Moriison'' A :Smith,
tit Jacksonville Daytona; and W, G. Del'ass'1 Ormond. WATCHES CLOCKS
|r A BAt.VATioN army colony I I la speaking To.whlch-we referred-,) Iii'a former laVBtie - ,
f. of locating near Miami. These of the Al>VOCATK, has fixed Its schedule -
of nips and rates fur the coming seiisoo. TENNESSEE'PRODUCE Diamonds
.r people are Industrious! and peace ., The announcement made by.the a a a, ,
f ul, and will prove quite help to company Is "s follow _

.. Miami, i financially, if they determine The fist sailing from Buffalo will boon 18 E. Adams St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. r m a Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Presents,
June 11.T '(h. North Land and North Waltham Watches
to settle there. Rut If they Z eto.
West wIlt( run be woe* Buffalo and Chicago -
prefer stopping at some other point touching at Macklnao Island, Solicits your consignments of....

t they could not \llncl a better place where they will connect with the, steamship Fri Ur'an: : v arzrTa: LES.: .:j ;Lt .FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING
MrI\ between Macklnac
for vegetables and fruit growingthan II. running: '. y
Titiipville. We invite settlers Island and Duluth.. We are the largest receivers In the State of Florida. Watch A SPECIALTY.
The Ndrrh and\.1I1 leave Buffalo on r inspector tor Plant System, and also for Jacksonville & Southwestern R'j.
and will make prices un real estate Tuesdays at 10:15 p.. m., and Chicago on .. Try us on shipment. Spectacles and'Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way R. J. RILES,
right. at a returning to Buffalo -
Huturdays p
e __ the following Tuesday at 10 a. m. ...*e are also dealers in Eggs and Poultry. ---_ -__ 225 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.V
The N..rtbVnt will leave Jtnffalo on --t --
THE: investigation committee have Hnnmlnys At 10:15( p. m., and Chicagoon "

found that convict Miller's statement Wednesday at 2 p, m., returning to JAMES: PKITCUARD, President; .. WM. M. DROWN, Vice-president. O. L. KEENE
,. as to the treatment of the I tn(Tain the following Saturday at 10 a. C. 8Sciiui I.Kit, Cashier ,
...; convicts overdrawn.Ve . m. The Miami will leave Duluth on
was largely
are glad to he able to record leave Wednesdays Macklnao and Island/Saturdays on Mondays and and will. INDIAN .RIVER STATE BANK Dress Goods, Trimmings Millinery Notions

this as A fact. Of course It frequently Thursdays.The ,

becomes necessary ti> administer 1 rules for PI\O-Anlflrlc year from Laces, Gloves, L'a.l-.ellas
punishment of some kind, Buffalo will be $111.60 one way, Hi; : for COUNTY DEPOSITORY. and }(alcI.I for Fancy Woi.
t" round trip to Chicago or Milwaukee
otherwise the convicts could not fJO.OQ! one way, $.)7.HO; round trip to St.; Authorized capital, $1OOCOOPaid Prompt attention given to mail orders.
be controlled but inhuman treatment l"aulor Mlul.elt'7.' .. ; .\ one way, *8 r'[ f- up capital, - $26,000

and Unnecessary. vlolenl'8t' round trip to Detroit; tJ.fiO: one way, __ c-\c .. Average deposits, $100,000 This U,one of the oldest anti mi'reliable house In J.cksonvllle.. All the latest
should be tolerated. $1.50 round trip Cleveland. -
: not The steamship Miami, sailed on Tuesday : I'rtt'erns and Style.
!t from Miami, for Newport News, to I Transacts a General Banking "" "" Rj\y Street, corner" of LIII..a.. .
., THE man who has no powers of be folly overhauled In the dry Hock, ere .UCKSOKV1I.I.E. FLA.

discrimination Is, perhaps, more to leaving for the great; lak..... Hlje I U owned - - . .
by the P. A O. Steamship Co., and Business. - -
be pitied than -hUmed. To denounce t
will ply be'Wf Duliiili and Mucklnsc,
f all men of wealth as.rogues connecting ,>>lih thtf,,while boats of the largest Watches AND
f' and scoundrel( I Is tit he either .fool. company tin ili.. ChlOMiio run. The Miami V _and Oldest Bank on the River Jewelry

i or knave. ?omtl men oun see no whlrli I.| 2Wf.: Inng. and 1iOltlln. d Kjtcbang boufcbt and void on all Foreign
gr we. I.. slid I.> mekea. sHNd of lOinllrs ConUI ... ,. The old
good In their fellow man if he happens earabll..IJ.,1Vtlfch
I an b.."r. She wi'l I I make t..o r"dnd trips aiut Jrwelrybeelueee,,'yflE.iiLDEN
to pos e** million 1I.. is a. weekly, cf>nnf'Clln. ,! ", lib tact of the WtroMM.rrnel.t40tt--: frornVt advice. polite ALIGATOR has 'trnttvl.od from
the ;
J', much a sycophant, who growl, at white 'flyer from ('..I'Iellll'' '' to BufTalu &Nair"'. .+.ervsIvtnkfng.......tan'.with copt to...I\Ve.t' ;I\We.-t Jtay'siriet,
the feet of the common pen \ltfor. ..."nextwhterto'w.n: a return to Ml- a.? : ** granted.Mallna"cd' ., '!nvelor's street,_on the Paine ..1.Ide'oIh! .J.Z f' ,!Iq 1!t.;
arm her usual run. ,.-roRRrJU'OC"'JC.. .... '.. TIIJ .Ilotel. block. E.tablilihed
their patronage, a' Is the one Who .u" 1tMnk r New York *nd ... IJ1.JJ't3.! ; "&Jd .',
to >*ttnul. Honl or 'FIe: < '" ...... . .
' 't bumbles himself' the weaKny When writing adverlhiers, please x or .;, Jsek.our11As I.. : ..:I.O-C-J: : -# .
utoorktl, d; *"C'.H,'\ lA e';;.eatlon the A VOCAT..c .. ai..lt C 444 .4 .'L.', :. ..E"Lt. s. ,., .'SO MAIN STREET, 2nd door 110m. BO 'rJt:, ;".' ,, zr .

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EYE SPECIALIST. : J. Howard! LeTourneau of Eden. I II

was afternoon.a pleasant caller In our burg, Friday L Florida: Products a Specialty Send us your orders for Seed 1'otatoes. We keep all varieties. :I

211 St. New Orleans La. t
Poydras ,
Miss Susie Summers In spending several I I I .Wholesale] Fruit and Produce Merchants.We .

days this week, at Fort Pierce, with I By Telegraph :
her many friends there. :. NEW ORLEANS Apr. 18th, 11)01. pay cash for all fruits and vegetables or receive on commission

Zuv Tile Ladies' Civic Club met at the res Special toADVOCATE, reAders : giving shipper the benefit of the market

Idenco of Mrs.\ .J. T. Waters Monday afternoon U Tomatoes : Fancycarce( ) fai:i !: to 4.25 ; Choice, (lightsuppl.i) $2.25 to IMtOMI'T: ItKTUHNS. OltUKKS P1LL.KI) lit LOWKST IMCICES. I
to complete the 3.00. Green Beans : (Market bare)8.00) to 4.25. Eggplants : 2.00 to 3.50: !
for their bicycle path. arrangements I Peppers : (better suppl) ) 1.710 2iOkt'a! : i.'J.'V: to 3.QO. New Potatoes I -We want-- '
< $7 bbl. Squash : 2.2.: to 3 23.: TOMATOKS, LIMES, I'I RAl'l'I.EI-I, BANANAS COCOA NUTS, LEMONS

% ,. Capt. IL L. Webster is very busily engaged The advent of Easter, we hope, has settled the weather. ORANGES, GUAVAS APPLES: POTATOKS ONIONS, CELERY, I
In making preparations for a trip I' The receipts of Floilda vegetables hiss been light for the last ten days I II l'OUIl'RANI 1) E008.d<1I''III.
We correct all oases of simple and lo the Islands with his schooner, Waif, l I Tomatoes would move move fieely-If stock and grading Is O. K. Green, '

[compound refraction of the eyes icliov- where be will engage In sponge fishing : beans are "'wanted :Squash Green Fete, Okra New Potatoes In demand. THE SOUTHERN FRUIT COMPANY ;
We advise shipments now H. J. LAUX CO.S. h
| ng all nerve and eye BtI'aln. headaches, Capt. Geo. K. Andrews mid family are 10 and 12: Bridge Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '
sick stomach. A sclentillo again at their home here after upending a---t: :;--r. ..-.e::
nnd often : several months at Palm Beach), where he
examination made before fitting glasses. was engaged as manager of the Coj-lno. .1
A. TOWN''ENI>. K8TAI1LISHE1 Cable Address, 'Milltown ATLA.The .NTICBEACH.
\Ve carry the largest optical stock in the Mr. Harry Jennings who recently purchased C. H. MILLS. Telephone a-.!,

btiite. Wo' also do the largest optical the Grace Lawn pineapple plantation .

business. Repair work by midi promptly is having same put In list-class( Townsend dfc Mils

attended to. Address shape dition, to and the 1 also dwelling.expects to build an ad. New Seaside Resort of the South. t 16 Miles from Jackson-villa.-\ i

Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG, Specialist. Miss Gertrude England was delightedto '

S: W Bay street Clarke's-Pharmacy Jacksonville Fla. spend while have on a few her her autit days way, with home Mis. Iwr.Williamson to New last York week to, General Commission Merchants and Shippers.SOUTHERN Property of the Florida East Coast Railway.

from, Jamaica and IlavanatviaMlamlanJPalm KRUITS AND VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY. The most popular seaside resort In tho South.

Beach .. Lots fronting tlio ocean and boulevards now
Mr and Mrs. Fled M. Hudson are delighted REFERENCES: : offered; for sale. Special price for next JJO C"'J'II.a l ,
to their niece and husband

Jake Padgett has treated himselfo who were married In Pine Bluff, Ark., Six in"National. Bank, Philadelphia: FLORIDA: Mercantile KtFKUhNChS A<
| a tine young 'torse.I on April with the them.Snd, to Both spend bride their and honeymoon groom- Lemon Co..l'.IIJIello. Kltt.jVftii. Taylor, Usinesvllln Jo'h'.I1"rult| irowers tln( in, Anthony Kin. :23: Hogan street, . . - JACKSONVILLE: FLAt

r. Jas. Holmes had the millfm tune have made a host cf friends here. -, -. .- - .- - - -- I
Jo break one of his arms a few days since "
in a falU Things look quite lively at our station andcrate White City. Melbourne. .. Eau Gallic. Rockledge.
this week, with fix cars of lumber ,
Mr.\ John Rlcliarcln secured two nice material unloading; and this is expected : -- -

lows from the stock car thai was here to continue for some time ns our Mr. George Bock made a' living( trip to OOODK ':A DOUDE,_Itnal Estate and Ix>ans. Dr. B. F. Blown left for )'olotloll the Mr. and Mrs A. 1). Morn In, of Eden I
i.ist week; while Mr.C. II. hacey became residents teem to have'arranged for extensive Miami, last week. Agent for .ICtna, Lnnilun and :l amiUliilxi lower liver Tuesday are the guests of Mr. and I Mrs. W. M.M .
|he poweessor of a fine milker. Improvements during the sum I'rovlilnuee I Waililntuin| I'n-
Mr. Fred drove to Fort or vi In.
Christensen oitto Firs Insiiruncte.
81.eollll| attention paid 'Cocoa .j
mer and fall. Dr. Huglilett, of wall calling
Mr. Curtis the'owner ot some fine Pierce. Friday, with Mr. Kruse, to get to lira Inttr. al. of nou raslilunts. patients In Kim Oallio last week.P. All the hotels have closed their doors
Lheddod pineapples arrived from his The many frtendsof Mr. Jo'rank.A. Der- some lumber tor the house now under' --- ---- upon for tho season, and things are tepidly assuming ,
northern home this week Mr. 11. 1) bin and wife of Zanesville O., regret construction. BETEL RL1ITOo-O(1e": the year rounil. l>ellirlitlMI A. McMillan and wife, of Banyan, their summer aspect.J '
split to spitml winter or suniinvr. I.o-
jloke bItS the management his property very much that they were so suddenly Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Austin returned, eamil on lnKh lull overlooklnif tile Indian arrived In I<;all Jallle Tuesday, "'I
called home, by the Illness of his mother. River Ternm mnilersta., 0. Boggs/ and a party of friends) ,
Friday night, from a trip to St. Augustine : C. J... Stewart and J. T. Stewart of f
FRANK, KOHKBTSOK, Proprietor. have just returned rom, a most success
Mr.; Del bin is railroad
of Wllles prominent In
store F. W. has very
The new
and : Oallle .
and Jacksonville, on business Banyan were In Eau 01l1'lIe".hlY.H.
bpened with 'the genial S. T. Carrow as circle, and Is president of the /anesvllleaod \ combined. ful fishing till up the St.! Lticlo ,
pleasure '
InoajZor. This Mr. Willea' iirst ape Ohio K'y., as well as use of the fore- I Subset iptions for the ADVOOATK, B. Stewart of Lotus, waR In Eau Quite a jolly party from here took In i.
earance before the public as a caterer most lawyers of his State. They were The Jones brothers have had some big: the pink paper of the East Coast, will be lallle to attend thin conceit on Tuesdayevening. the calloo rlanca at the Indlnnola ClubHouse ,

_> the eplcurlan tastes of thu nobility of I, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harris vegetable returns fur the past couple of received at the Melbourne Postofflce.W. I IArchdeacon Tuesday evening, They report jan j

Jensen, but with the aW of the experienced while here. weeks, wad/ bought a fine new' horse In B. F. Brown wns the jlllest unusually delightful time ibia.

Samuel be. will, no doubt Boon The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. Fort fierce, last week. L. Keefor of Wabasso was Id townon of C. L Taylor on Saturday .Sunday an
l>COI'IIU: all that heart could wish. B. GHlord\ are delighted to know that Mr Hans Knudsen is stilt shipping Monday Monday.The lends for a pleasant. hip| to Dr. Wittfeld's .,
they have decided to spend several strawberries and grapefruit to Pain Dr C. P. Platts, of Fort Pierce was
The directois of the new pineapple as- Princess returned from A cruise' charming place oil Monday afternoon ,t
4atlon held their first meeting: at Fort' months here on their jrrnonpple planta- B a merchants' and other places, aod''' here last, Friday down the coast on Saturday last '1 hu In thopnity wore Mr. and Mrs. \

'let'Ce on tbe 12th to transact business, tion. Fora number years Mr. Gifford is getting good: returns Ernest Taylor of Eau .Gallle, was in party are all as brown as Florida mm CIIII II. H. Williams Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
imcing which was tbe election of a piesl- has been master marVinnio for the I.. & Mr :Hardee, from Jensen, wasmNwn'a, town last "Saturday. make them.J. Harrison itnd 11 II'. Ham Aldrldgc.
ient which honor fell on W. F. 1 ii ch- N.U'y.. (,'o. ; in fact ban been in their employ bandit tikodsand !
about twenty-three years and when a8t !Sunday, shaking: with C. F. Conkllng made! a business nip to A, nitwit linn planted! .ome't'al' Fishing [lips to Luke Pnlnsette have y
|ida, of Kden.!: ; This is a selection that I I811lMfnctory. looking I over his property which Is
Went Palm of been the order of the this winter
for Mr. Richards Is ho resigned, last topping, his company '' Bunch last week. shiubs null plun'.s about the grounds : day ,
one Lanu.nt.Mr. .
i f the old '6'0161'11111, the business aud I' pi-esented him with a veiy expensive and in-c'haige of Mr. 1). Robert Conkllng Tillmanspenta his recldvuuii on lliu Eau Ualllo liver I and in spile of I lie lateness of t lie season,
has | much the ot the place.Thu paitles still coinlnno to go out. Tho
Lot Andersen to
ode handsome watch and chain. en bought some addlug beauty
torn the start has 'been ot tbe mostjnccesHfiil couple of da)'a tee as the guest ol hiscousin.
wntvr belnurry low the llnhlug Is o -
ten or fifteen sores ot land adjoining, '
growers: on the East Coast. KIIINUOII the noilli; and M r., A A'lulersou .MIxxeH JOWHH| iinil Claudia) Mc.MI collent, and a )lalgs' Miilnu/ of halt Is ,alwajs -
board of directois consist nfV.. II.iifbtnson !Sick headnchr Is the bane of wom..n.W'1I1".M ; .
'he 'a brother. of Loren, boutl4.it' i ill lve Allen < auipbe.ll, of I4.asl land, lulled Il\n..r llnii\Hii, 11111\,1111 l KIIII: lallle on the result of aitny'sspoit.
of North A'ukomi; Ueoige( haejir : "aoll'< Is loot leilef alone, but his .
acre of the of Mr. Kixi-e. moi her old) brother at Hotel Bullevue 1II""hl.111111. 'l6ero| | ys oung Indus look
of Ankona ; Hairy, Jennings, of TibJitls telkif and' cuie. :.)1''. Loyal Fold's Jytpt I east place last. vivefc.Rev. pint' hi I Ibe, conceit given\ at, Kuttka hall Among n-nctit departures. for the
; J. II. LeTournoau, .,f } oI..ni; II. W.kussle >pt tC< of StURN1'; \ J. MeUlll. Jitjiler shareIt make the stomach right. U. I, aceummodaimg! aiioMcf!''tlm F. Miiait-Maijln, of Mel'.IIII'l\Iher-\ goes to New Jersey to visit fileuds.
i << and .h. U. Bench of Luke Worth. It. VMtm.n.ifc St.nt ; E. C, H'y. Co, at this plaoo, hints ,been vice In HIM El'looc..1| | ohuich last Sunday The bliiKli'K In Hi. John's chinch 00 Fred Baldwin lo his home In Connecticut
|i oretary, (J. E. 0..11. of J II..en. OtPits Unite\ busy lately .h"'tel,, lilt!"nltel'. nivmlng. and eveningMUHSIS. . I undty Ian) was ol' a hlith oidt-i. The Mr. end Mis L. W. lliiitentleld 1. to
board of director it lsraicely. two around, and making Nome 'ftox.. Vxjiry to comment 4the.. "111"8 all well- Ankona.; 1 1Mr. Padiliwm Kau tialllo, atteodexl cliuioh ( and 1 Wllllille mid Misses lloilgHOO wife who will spend! n short time In
Among recent |>einianent residents to and Evans.Achdeaoain north unit Mrs. J.
(uown tithe ass 811 Each mam selected was' taken'pause White t Hy are Mr'TlietxitMieXiiuse" and Blown assisted A. Brook for her, h..m..ln Massachusetts.Mr. .
jvvetM. B. F. by
of his .i\bIHty and the personal) and Mrs. Mil IIMun left for their l family from Han!:: Frmx-Uoo, Cal., who 11/ P Gates, of Chtoago arilvcd Toes and Mis. W. M. Mnrwln leave' tomorrow
barest lie has and"feels in the business, Iwnne 'lu HtcUburg! ;Mass., last Sat.areay. bund cb..Icl' piece of lard l mile' south day, and will \|..|| bis Muter hero, In l her the louiirnp Kev, Mimrt held Maitlu a baptismal of IIIIIY''lllIlIy.net vice afcit. on their return' north and others ,
of ton, containing fifteen acres aDd hOllle.lo'I'I"utli. MV''bout )
cosy ne. will leave week
next :
btieach DMnM'fi a large ,
: mau. : represents the lovely bt.: Uuble Itlver. John's.. chuich on //ll1I'l fronting
lilt put, of piucapuQes; nnd'ue can feel 1I'he'mail (train on Friday rooming, Mrs.\ A, S Kw, Miss Jennie Miller and when four new membeis were taken tutu It 'Is touch regret ,lint wo chronicle the!
lint their movements will always be was delayed ,nn hunt or two at KUlred. Charles Edwttids, the *.o-fliolent clerk *t Dr. L. A. Peek reiuined home Monday the church. death of Lnland, the threw year old 1 son of
liomp ed bv motives that will be in the <>n ftocountof some accident to the ten, .I'. P. Cobb's store, lo Fort 1"Jerce made after a delightful week's ciuisedown the Mr. and Mis. (I E. t"rhlll.r Hebrlng.
{nerests of the groweVtt Of Ihe Kant der. our town a visit, last Sunday, and, Ii' river. Mrs. Ullsx\ ., Mix. Ooodspped and MrAleiandei Ohio. Mr and I I )II'". Hvbilng spent the f

"'LRI. and thai poiiticsaiid! the Iniporla- A nice 'new.cottage ii Is being built ;for company with Fred Christensen, drove Mrs. Louis Mlday and daughter, Miss .1I1'lt for Cleveland visit(>? 00WoonuIIhlY Inter here, and little J.tlnnd, endeared:

jon of foreign pinfa.ro, cuml'l'telh! our Mr. W. H.! :ajoblnson which adds aa>ncu out to look over MM place south of town Matilda, have left for their home, In weeks last In after Eau Gallle.a pleasant We hopeto oMeveial himself to evoiyone by his sweet disposition i

nit will\ be excl uded' thin their delib- to
>atlunN .I, ..unonod.ugll. settlement these days, and .beans are Ill tflll winter our midst. town again next season. Sunday he was ,playing In the yard at his
'G.tJ.'flardee: of Rock ledge, called steadily going forward, and bringing northern home when suddenly, he was I
located Mr. and Mrs U P. Vanferhalch.Monday left
IE EAST OAST -FEED CO.: last _eik.0Ilclt.lnl'GonMlltonUml8 handanmu. returns, which .intakes ihegrowms The launch Dawn was on l1odjlaon'lIway. taken with oonvulxlona, and in .a few
lilt Cod,HI, Fla., had jjuat ieclved two < on the pineapple groweis for a Boston oom-, feel good and at peace with that for their northern h.nlo Miss ., Monday last, being overhauled minutes the little life WAS ended. Mr.
loais of fine tnxi. We can naturally world. (liapman will remain two wwuks lontceias preparatory to !taking a's'I'ln( to Ormi'iyUaytona and Mrs. Hebilng have much smypatby
-,jell cheaper, thaootbrrdexletssa, Wt! vnia..ion ibaose. the guest of Miss C. I.. Marsh.Mia. New Hmyina and Intermediate In their gilef.,

1 buy In solid cars 'Give us a ti, lal (....Ieel Mr. Tbeo. 'Deyroan was in the neighborhood Beans are going/: forward every day, Hicks and her' charming daughter points this coining week J. M. Randall ,

and be CUD.IIICt"d. I iveceiitlY, doctoring sick and and among our ulilppers ,may be mentioned Miss Mildred, who have Ueen apatu J. will have II mall puitvof his friends
aged pianos, and making them about aa Messrs. Xielx, 1>, Hansen P. Hansen tug seveial weeks "with Miss Cummings, aocompao him on tills outing. The editor, of lll-c..llanooii' Fordvllle. )
i The gentleman travels 'by' A. Ch.lllleOlteO" 4. 1'. ''Christensen. Ky., writes as a poslcrlpr tfl a business
utiiuew. Melbourne
good/: at Beach, left for the north -----
Eden. aiilboat, nndiis, at home at all times Britt Bros.' Junes Uio, 1..., iBensen, and! the lest of the week. letter "I was rurvd of kidney trouble' by
I others.Loren JJKST WAY TOCUHE BACKACHE taking I'-OLKY'S Kidney Cure. Take,
-- I Mrs. Ir.I'U"X left for her home in Wils- many The Literary Society met last Pi May Jtitckarhes ale causvil by, disorder In the nothing else. Wilson ft /Hon.

Mr. .A. D. Merwla 'left for Rockledge, ouneinlast,week :She:; waa accompanied Andersen, yoking Dane and vvenlng al Mr. Phillips' imddenoe. at kidneys. Koley's Kidney Cure will make

Vtuiday,. to remain arntll May I let.Mr as far nsffltoytona by her sister Mrs. W. ODe of our efficient carpeaterc, is puttingup Esist Melbourne. A pleasant time wan list kidneys light. Take no subslllute '
II. Ta-ncie, whtfio both ale now "Iteodi a small dwelling for Mr.' (iKruse who reported by nil who wee furluata ii. It. Wilson A: Hon.:: Georgian' a.Hervey .
( H. F. Webb raoelved a line new, a short' time with a third sister, Mrs. E.\ expects to move in this week and start enough Ui be present.Ed .
[>rae from Jacksonville, last, ,week K.:: Pratt, aformer resident of Aukona. ]I ,Improvements on Ills land, ln order to -
of la .. for fall Holhiigswortb sod family of Fulr-
have same o a
some ape Oslo.
Bower returned to Palm DllachSatul'dl&Y
I Mr. .Lorenzo Wllsoin' of Jacksonville, to the delivery
T'be'' 'liorse belonging , mount lad. lelt for the North on Moodxy. -
lis shaking hands with all' his Edeo wagon of (?. 11'.'Cobb, of Fort Pieree, (tot, crop. It Is with regret we see this 'Interesting ' ,
ponds, last Tuesday. lxi werMDlo trouble a shoat time ages, '.b.y.bllOlikd.JIll Last( Friday morning a..Hd car of cab family RO, but look forwaid wlili J. W. Bruner .Is still nicking and ship
of the I hell' White statlara .oonslgnec Miv E!:>ens shot a large eagle recently
MNl.IC.lI. Rooks 8r.hed from 8t. .tngDlne.on through the platform ibage City pleaspre to their return. ping beans from the mound.!; Ooeanus.
well at :E. Mailer's place. In trying toero to Mr. E. Biown'a, comniisciun. (house In It Is becoming dry and ruin Is much e
to spend wsvlal -
Friday evening, the platform lo reach-a pall ot water -: New York 'city, and our warthy postmaster The following I parly attended tbe concert neudvd. Mra'KateCarter and diiiiguler' Miss
I days visiting Mra., VV. F, IUOllal'dll"d ,of iMs hind' feet went through, Mr. A. ChilHiefKwn. bed quite a given by I'rof.dams at Eau Oalltr, Lily and I Mi. islmnions t and wife went to I 1'.
otlber lends. the.other owe was stretched out behind him, time of It; laying around ube elation l ,all last' Tuesday 'evening Mr. and Mis.Cbas. J. O ,Krleo hits been Mt this pine*' do- Cocoa )Monday' M
and Mrs. .... ... : K. Oslln Mrs. Adams, Mrs. 0..... tog sums work for H. T. Hughes.Mit '
Mr I E. A. Ireland awiifarally and when: ,discovered a few minutes later Bight. waiting for I he VV. drove toe Ankoou, lac trtnday '" and UCMMMHf order to get the car ou Us way. Brown hisses Mattie Browu Jessie ,. i
\ aessey be was in aihelpless very is. Smith! and 1 Koberispald the at Aim.( HughW Tursdav. Dr. :
Uoodu and Mattie also tile &Ie...... ,
to inspect the strawberry planiQ rt.J le pooit'lon. He was fryed) out at A >meeting of citizens has been ,called lloke. IIclAeih. fumlly, a vl"I't Sunday last.Mlsses (;Chambers siitTeilng from the effects of. ,7,7t !
F. C.If..ln }t. dam Martin
of...\. B. Hamor. ,and found to be untniurmi J. Beaujean
i with levers, cold la
l last sevoie or grippe.
: Saturday .oljhlplil ()tAa., to meet f
hat exclredrov' the 1>. K. Beaujean and A. 'J. Hoke. Inga and Emma 1I..1..th left ,
The weather Is very dry,.and the roads though somas baa since been "lIY at the school I tones at 'I P m4 for the All lepoit the entertalflment as one ol Sunday fur..week'. vlsltt Viking. Miss Mauda" Laughlln/ went to Eau ;
> si mply eta'eaka of dustand sand. India episode. Mr. Matter and co veil lng. I purpose. of forming an Ics....ovomentClui the best ever given In Eau (Oallio. Mra'Mwatn''. '" Gallle lust, 'n//U .day, ou I ihe I, steamer .
In new curbing A week saga ; of Woodtey
far tiiom being a I.a-&ure. When> ., putting to tak chaigetif ,1I'lDp.-emeotll| --- .. Canaveral to see about getting n clits, ,
=' better road ? The White City was and .other Important matters, ,which will wits a |pleasant "I.Io..t, Mrs. Nmlth'lI.toll' '
when,will we have a Poverty Plauty at I The most stubborn congb resultingfrom In music. Him returned home) Halurdat.
J'he nflennoon tea'club was entertain- a great; uflcess. Neatly everyone "pr promote the welfare and iteoeral good of an attack of la grippe or heavy. cold U' JII lilO retiiiued homo I Krldsy to /She has .u class of live already here, Inr.
the ..tiime of hard times, Wbil. Ifcy Mrs Frank Ilorum, .of TIbba s, peered la co must ) luld lo the wonderful beallng properties aver I place are glad tolI..e town.
Wednesday aflernoou.' There was aud caused 110 end or amusement U".j.1.ome transformed 1\Ir.IP.IE. Robinson went over to his of )Fotey's Honey and '1'arj which him. Miss HattleThayrr Is teaching nspring- ;
were I
KJd atten and dlgBttledentlemen. I II c to ideal plneapfile lnntallon, last week, taking> strengthens/ I the lungs and make. them :MUm H Lode and Ellis; \ Smith look dinner term of a subscription school. she Is I .a. ,
afternoon. Mr. H, W. Klch- for the occasion-suits of shred sod 'I with ulna our lively little carpenter Mr. sound. B. K. Wilson & Hon. wild Mrs O. O. llelNHh nod childit first-alas". teacher, and has had! several. r
'w'hhlhave tbe tae. Lpiil24th. tramps, with their Loren Andersen, fur the purpose' "of this week.Mm. .
next .MiMoe of the ladies were arrayed I H I'ttu day years expeilonuv. in teaclilnv mid under "
patches starting lllie. bnllilioir vf a large paokilng '
stands the business We
'vwsl Xdealtes plucked .up their :! la _Irs ....deentl.elv of croker sacks; house, mhlch Mr.\ lUtblnmin \la putdiaig Roseland.S. I llovelnrnd and son, lumen, wish. her all . llioioiitrlilv. t'l
rage> aod attended the meeting of the all woe patclies: and tteuts. Amonu the alp In coinfmuv with t"'o..r' three viitvrfentlemen were visiting llelnvth's Yrl
lrp Bar Tacht Club last Saturday. guests present from .nelghboilog town i bout one said a hail. adios .."r, and aU.u made visits tj Hughes' Simmons, wlfo-and sin. Guy, Mrs.
ie wa.. a goodly attendajioe In spite we noticed' Mrs.' K. J ka. Kaulerson, and i .v,nt'li of Burt Place S. O. Boone his men havw put B I aud .Smith's. llernslsad' two children, mores and hired
gab fiwto eke south, wliieti threat party of lady friends. wad Mr' Henry of 1 new metal roof the pump bouse. man, expect in leave Wednesday for
aII l:lIb O. O. Helscth's( f
tl I to swaaip. all tbe boats that euturrs. Fort Pleee. ; M... and Mrs.JJrlan Baliuej(',, I "STICK .roTGon.. \u Heard calhiktliTowa,4te.wrltes Parties horn Fort Drum have removed I birthday and ha lecelved was several/ useful their home In Konosha, VVIs. The; have '.
t. and Mi*. la"llIu" sod 'llr'j greatly Improved the Klniinmn, place
: czernabroke bite saw mill engine formerly owned by I presents. amouit them a louulsio pen
) rll, (Henry nipple enterluiBftJ J the of Ankooau, and same ""UoIIlll.ople, .- did not learn. .MI. on my baby co*,,0og hls nilr. body. H. B* Howard.W. from his wife. since having It, and hope to return again
I I(1Iublsat'fl.ursdavevenlnq. There Sr.. 1lIcle. whose names w next winter. Thcy'luva made
H Coder trtatmeat of our family pli5sidan tl.
.000aaloo to the Underwood made business will
lie P. a Wedneldaylaat. Mrs. llelseth and her friend'
rive tables at which ,pui rr was ylrfyed. Mr. C. A. IJUi4 III..n fullestxlen'' ao
the fortunate winner of this East .praise of the b..j taIHy olJi t1 e ,,'bUe oaf Banner alve.n him and b? the time tarsal of his "gas, engln with. Miss N. J. Hughes and In the! l

e. and )fr. A. I*. Ml'rlll'ln ei.,pi'<"*d City people.V. U wan gone be WM well. The Doctor seeIng Owing" to a short. water supply the afternoon they had a pleasant drive (la Runolne sores, "'eerl.'' bolh. pimples

[booby, with "which lie seemed' Se- It wee curing Urn said.. "Stick: to It ralJiottd company has put down four Mr. Hughes' wagon. : etc., quickly cured by Banner "Jve. the
|ted.E. B. Cooklln JbKenvM. .O., $aya: for it Isdolug. him more good than anything more well, J. 0. Horn having cbaig* I most lregling.alve In the world. A auto ,
II Walker of the firm of A. O. "I received mo re fur mnnDbs rof toley'sKldny tr"al.n& I have done far him." Wilson's. of tbe woUc. WHITER CJIEAM VKKMIFUOE not cur for pitsII.. |(. WlUon it MOD.
: from Cure than - --- .- only stTectunlly destroys It also ..
er A C ., n d I, Monday, and *utf>|>e II. I'hl.'. era .....ltItC( I... 1.1. hung hei ------------ and truo,,foriiM fatlln'"t Inton of Banyan.Beaos .
,'. lep.rt" lit'' cimwui'oii'nas Itl'tI fll tlreltloed t wo..U eough! nnnrly ad night/ long, ., ".." lo mt. .rntlnv although every rob.i.t. bwalth. rilc !ioota, B. K. Wilson

Mre -ililck" N.. c flees' an !rile keys. clash. f..roe..1 tie I writes Mr.. Cll..... Applegele.of. AlexaodrU J olnt che -In' J.II vegetable .ll.liVr belo Palm C.SilMI of llf*, "'Ite Dace that: life'' lnd_ And cnuU'b.rdly'' Ir'lD)' wish pain" writes C. W. Bellamy, it loc art tiling/ of the peat ,

I", : life ha.,t..IRcU"fl.III"of Ulu. week. sleep f iiwf CnO<"*n f>itun so bed that I... K hen t ha red 1 wuuU "I wan weak Mild pale, without any lap. 'J
seek.Sdutr's.mlalsinld I Iff walk d'.IAiNk: cuugb fright ::17th. ,
\ .
; .*.. .4iiti. are weak. the U'''y'' hilly .. all other tlu and all down Aslwaaabinito There' nffrrst'for,ttn>" lifeless; little . .
YEN: CI' TO DIE wnur Iwur- lI..er..1I plate red and "f|Wt 44wod,' oh n, p run Hbcrlff' Brown; and Frtinb Woolen flI
.. L. "f cod Ids ma dkchws faMAi. three II l botU s of Di.Isla giveui( 1 guts bale of Ehjotrte". BiiUrt workers-Ur. KID,,'. JVew Life. nils.
iShddrr, of }J..IoI" a. tits U. ly. were lo lhl. section last we..It..o. hunt-
:. "".J ,trtaw y ear std girl, hid aw r (nJlat lrisdand \life In Ji.Ij6....,.."" '.bo4iy.ared m. .smL, attar taking It, I felt n. well\ raI ,Million are always busy, curlug torpid -Jag for jnrota and the utlitvtot, ta....' .
....e t.f.Ct'.P. I ho doofr wad she ''jlle Lard fall can turn veat yaw itheethaeI I Ibcll sod I .llIed LII .- da. U'II abslatrlytrguar.etecd ever cUd In ray life." Weak, slkJ>., ran liver; 'jnndloM: LIV>y..n.*.. 7.. Vf "aodsgiie. t tI
and It 6 IOnt: ...'..001 11f".e 1rBI up utd/. e rwt waatrK pure It' i." .Id.; ki : down people always gain ,] I is
JDa.I fpasl-.1m': iji.n f vigof front their use. Try MII Msllritt. ever tripe > ,tmcilnit the VIM J\loIf.\"DI"pltl.\ t t's }
i mete stole And .. *. ti.ud5ltwysnr3arrSfh ' : 'ery.'H.y .." lliutch grippe, broa :. all. and 'Ucpjitb o< < r'.wyakep..Hmull. ;
jjo If
-. .wi.sii.- Wh.U life wortb 'u. yrA.a 1 Isa tr..hr..1. 'r'IIEP M"ldiA fstlt1j; nI..m.' Kmlsf c-nn guaranteed 1'1' B","I irWlleobWianW taste piece I work w.) fej. Try 6 ..I.e1.04.. M vocal ." l In I spusk-tar. ..
r..llel..a J1tt tf"Ofo *; < < ; Ie
nrf'J led
... lNrrp,,,"' .. .. nil 1ilWdJ get
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: Choice Vegetables to be. governed In Ills selection by the a a- VESTISULE f Seaboard Air Line R'y'

F' success of the business In different sec i ,
tions. If he finds that we have here a lilEj IndlTEb
always bring high prices.To a J.H.L**V* Unexcelled Service from Florida
sixteen mile strip that grows three quarters -
of the entire crop, while Melbourneto rY T RA'' ITS to all P''ntC KOR7-JIH1AJT;::) !: and! VV EST:

raise them successfully the north, and the "110 miles to the i=- UIC1IMOND, '

south of us':" grow practically none, It Is DQUBLEDAILYSERVICE
__ .
fertilizer con- n
TT a prima facia evidence at any rate that we % --==== =
dally Tampa,
trains between ,
are TUB pineapple belt and until the e

taining at least 8 % balance sheet Is changed, we shall continue :4 Tl' sonvlMo Ing Pullman, /Savannah Drawing and{ : Roo,nblslee"lifg I: PHUjADKHMIlA: ,

to claim for this section the credit through to New York. and NEB. YOUR
i Potash should be used. due. Let Melbourne Beach, by practical l / Cara. Jacksonville and St. Loula vli1.1\onlll'I'\I( \ ,
between '
Car Route and d dlont '
results, show the advantages, claimed, l' Through; Sleeping for Kanaaa City ;
nmakingThrugh een Jacksonville
Our books furnish useful Information on and there will be no trouble about making + } sleeping car Benlce army'owho

all subjects relating: to I tone of the most prosperous Sections k ,, h' : ;r .1 ., gMOGC N"l'thwellt.Orleans, via River Junction; and l l'en3aoollFull Information. on ttDi.li-

crop raising. They are on the East Coast, for as Mr. DeVinnesa.ys I d cation to any agent of thIs company.R. .
0.MAcDONELL, Gen. Pa'M.
sent free.GERMAN. "where can there be found a more E. T.. BUNCH, Oen. Pa8a. Altt. Jacksonvlll,.. Fln Alt
( deiili-ablo, location for a winter residence PortsmoutbVirginia.;
b Let Mr. Mott demonstrate the adaptability -
, P 'l 93 Nauau Struet, '
Now York. v of the "1-10 miles on the mainland . Dixie Flyer Route . .
to the south of us" to growing pineapples 4rP 1

then be will,, he safe In the assert Ion Double daily trains, with PULLMAN'S FINEST VESTIBULED n U1'FE'l'ns! '

thai It Is "just as good" as the real pineapple _Through without change-
belt, which Is known throughoutthe JACKSONVILLE, FLA
_Close connections! made In Union! Depots, .to"lNCI"NA'l'I ,:-;
', entire country.We .
!LkI""" .. 9- .JfJ""A" Went ana
I MEMPHIS and all ; JNortliwest.
points .
sincerely hope that Mr. Mott will :: _
. Tri-Weekly Sailings . jjegure that your ticket reads, viaWESTERN I
'DYSPEPTICIDE' not migrate as he did from Orlando and
Mi Mit I The are.iUst aid to DIGESTION. St. Petersburg, and take the pineapplebelt BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. Ji &\; til/ LOUIS: It A ii-j v>A x.

t Free and along with him ; but, being a scientist For Information relative to rates, schedules etc., write to...

Ml Accented he Is excusable for discovering new Calling at Charleston both ways) T, M. DOYLE, Fla. Pass. Agt, Jacksonvllle.FIa..
Masonsi things, while we are Just slrcply pine- the C. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pas Agt. 11. F.. SMITH, Trnmo Manager.

apple growers, and no one will engage us The Finest Steamships In Coastwise Service Atlanta, Ga. _Nashville, Tenn.

: to mike new discoveries, for the founda- ___ -----::::

Indian No. 00Titnsvllle Lion of. IICleDoe Is doubt. a commodity, The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.

V Iliver \ that Is. unsafe and unprofitable( In grow- Direct Service Between PLANT SYSTEM

log pineapples; hence, we repent our Advice
Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points
Lodge. rSrFlorida.. : "Come to Jensen If you want to ben ,

lay Hulils of each It*muetlDK month,*a the the neonml late anil>rin t.ntrtItFrl ry. Tlt .-. the pineapple bell" th'at has stood the '" (Calling Charleston, S. C., both ways)
14 .me.at 7:''HI o'tilork p. in. 'lest of fifteen twentyyearv, and whose SEMIWEEKLY!: SAILINGS!IAouthbotinlt. The Great Through Car Line from Florldl\-Connec:
w n..... W. Hln. Wornlilpful Master ........ ..........,.... ........., ......... ..... .. .from Lewl Wharf, Boston
J. It. Walker,B, ..nlor Warden. citizens have found profitable to remain Northbound............... ........... ............ from foot of Catherine. Street Jacksonville the East via \ Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston, Richmond
.C.f.M.H. Bi'hujlor iJlxmi, Tr.Innlor.tuturer.F.'A .' Warden.. instead of wandering oft lifter false -- 1U n tWhington.: The Southern Hallway, via Savannah, Columbia

I. } .r. A..Hughes MorKun Chaplain Heoretary //tod N.'V. Clyde. St. Johns River Line. and Washington.Tfl .

J. Li. 'urriilliorH. i Sonlor Dnaonn." R. ilAKDKK.... the West t The Southern R'y via Jesup, Atlanta and Chattanoogo.; :The L 4IV
,t ) J.W.H.M.Bnreven," ,.Senior Steward.' Daaoou. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE:: AND SANFOUD. N, via Montgomery. The Southern R'y via Savannah, Columbia
<'. H. Walinn Junior Btawartl. Neuralgic pains, rheumatism lumbagoand Stopping at. Pulatka Allot Ht. franoU llereRford(DeLand).Blue Springs ao H. K.Minis,jr..Tyler.KIDNEY Hclallo pains, yield to the penetrating lug ou We. ".Jobu'n Kivvr.
Savannah and Ocean S S Co for New York
q Trt via Steamship Via ,
Influence litilliud." $now Liulmeot. the East t
STEAMER "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE. IU Philadelphia and Boston. Savannah and Merchants A MlnonTransportation
IMce 25 and 60 cents. Wilson & Hon.
DISEASESare OAPT.'W. A.BHAW. Company for Baltimore.To .
West and Ilavann, via Port. Tampa and Peninsular: Occidental Steamship'
GROW R Leave font Catharine street Jacksonville 8:30 p. m..Sunday Tuesdays and Thurmlays. Key
PIN MEET- Leave Sanford See a. ui Enterprise': 10:OU' a.in.,Mondays Wediie ''INQATJENSEN. Southbound Read down SCHEDULE!: Northbound Read lip. Atlantic and Plant :Steamship line for Halifax, Hawkesbury.and Charlottestown.
the most fatal of all dis Leave tf:3Hp in ..............JACKSONVILLE: .........................Arrive 2:0tt: m.
". 8:4/1: pin .....?.., ....,.FAL.ATKA. ........................... Leave3:00pm..
eases. . /1 snniam .. ..................... \Ioa: IU. 'VV'XN'TEx: =t.. TOURISTS: TXO IL ETS
In response to notices sent out a meeting 4:3Oaui: .,... .. ...HT. FRANCIS .. (.... ... ............. Inca' m.
KIDNEY CURE ISI was held of the Indian River and .a. ................ ....... .BKRKSrOKU: (IKLAKD).................. .". 18:00: n'n. will\ he on Bale throughout the Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern States to
., .... .......
6OOam: .11LUK HPUINys. : fl :IIU a 01. the of IDIK-100llln) >
FOLEY'S Lake Worth sections, In Jensen town ArriveSOsu:: ?..........BANKOKU....,...... ........ VUUam.Cen'l all FLORIDA RESORTS: via the Plant System, during season in Florida.
Guaranteed Remedy ted to return until May 3Ut, with liberal stopover prl.\Iedd\ e
hall Oth 1101.*
on Tuesday April .
vrlll.be II
Addresses of parties in the north sent to the ; ) era 78UP.plied
and 2O4W. Jacksonville.
Passenger Ticket Office, Bay St.,
The attendance add
'j was large representative with Information and handsome advertising matter..
refunded. Contains
'I' or money the 'proceedings being most A.C.HAGERTY Pace. A tt.. F.' M.IRONMONGER,JR.. Fla.' Pan*. Act.. F. M. Jolly Division; Passenger Agent.W .
.remedies recognized by emi harmonious Mr. C. A. Robinson 19 state St.,New York. 204 West Bar Bt...lack onvUl... Fla. ;
THOS. D.HALEY Local Freight Agent, I I O.P.LOYKI.L.: Amt. Fla. 138 West Hay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, Fla.,
;nent physicians as the 'Best for the chairmanship and Mr. W. O. foot Italian 8t .Jacksonville, Fla. I Foot Hogan rtt., Jacksonville Fla. W.
JOHN. L. HUW AUI),Superintendent. Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville. Fla. B. W re n n, Passenger; Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.
f Kidney and Bladder troubles. Gilmore the secretaryship.; TUEO. O. Kan It, General Manager. WM. P CLYOK (;U., General Agents. '
The committee, appointed at a former I ChmborouKh Bolldlnur, 19 State St.,New York W. B. DEN HAM, General Superintendent' Savanpah, Ga.
I PRICE SOc. and. $1.00.
their ----- -
meeting presented showing
11. n. WILSON & BON report,
i that the pledge to only consign their
agent, bad been signed by the growers of -sR

DISCUSSED. 101,3 crates. It was also reported that ,

the growers of 20,000(() additional crates, BALTIMORE
I JENSEN: FLA. April 1001. ? ,
while unwilling at present to pledge

Editor Ea t Coast Advocate: themselves for their full crop, were In PHILADELPHIA,

i ID you Issue of the 12th, Mr. Jas. Mott sympathy with the movement and would S ollIhern NEW, YORK,

' + l and Mr. D. 8. DeVlnnn take me to task ship to Mr. Williamson, an result might ( 0'We CHICAGO,

for claiming to live In TUB pineapple belt justify. CINCINNATI,

_ of Florida. Mr. Williamson being called upon to LOUISVILLE,

About' tea years ago/ 1 made the tame address the meeting, stated that he had '

claim, and ],[r. Mott disputed the statement not sought after the office, but only I make FISIIIVO NITS complete, ready for UBe from 2.J: cents up. ATLANTA,

Insisting that Orlando was the agreed at the urgent request of a number I, The only bouse that iimniifacturoH nil of In own' goods "nd sells direct to fishermen R a II BIRMINGHAM! ,
the tint If lie assured of nt W11OLESAIIC: PRIClS. CHATTANOOGA
pluoetolnvestyourmoney. A few yearslater ol growers, Wag ,
_ L I again mentioned the fact that I the support of the growers of 73 per cent CATALOGUE FREE, SEND FOR O.NK. MEMPHIS,

__ II was.till tu the pineapple belt, when to of the entire crop, that he would accept The Net and Twine 'Co. ST.. LOUIS,
my surprise Mr. Mott bobs up serenely tilt* piHtiilon of general agent. lie Chicago
I further stated, that ,being now satisfied AND ALL POINTS EAST AND WEST. ,
i at St Petersburg, claiming that to be the / 7U-81-83 E. Indiana Street. Chicago, Illinois.WHITE'S _
I "real: thing," provided, of eourne, ;you that he would receive the support stipulated
bought Smooth Cayenne suckers from I he would accept the office. lIe" NO OTHCIt L AFFORDS. SEKVtOC UK Tills

him, In which business' he was engaged'; then outlined his proposed mode of pro-
_ at Orlando. | ceed u re. THE MEW YORK AND
Mr. Mott compliments me by referring The following buslnetts was transacted i !

% to my "liberal mind," but I doll my cap by motions passed unanimously: >7aaln na aq. Bent In Qu.l., FLORIDA LIMITEDThe

,; to the gentleman whole so liberal with The meeting/ decided not t.o apply for For 20 Years Has Led all Worm fteniedies. ( a A.poza .

tho pineapple belts as to scatter them a charter at present, but only to appointthe : aT az.s. :oRVC: crs.Tas.Prepared : Most Luxurious Train In the World. Exclusive Pullman Equipment.Dally

promiscuously from St. Petersburg to required officers and adopt rules to .4d"tAMES F. BALLARD, St. LouisulYlasury's ( Except Sunday.)
Miami-from the Gulf of Mexico to the! carry on business; for) the )present year. Jacksonville to New York, only :a8 hrs. St. Augustine to'New York,.only 29 hrt.

Atlantic ocean, until be has now found a !Seven:: din otors, W. L. Robinson, O.daegar -- -- ALSO '

f place where "there had been no freeze; : 1_. Jennings/ W. F. Richards, I THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESSAnd

while at Palm Beach, Jensen, Eden and J. S.' Sorenm, W. L. Itessoy, F. J. THE
on up, the fields were white with frozen; Maglll\ appointed, with power to add two are

plnea." I merely quote the above statements to Ihelr number If desirable,also a president Me East and (o.t".

as they are similar to ones that vice-president and secretary.Btootf.
It hive always occurred In Mr. Moll's articles - -- - They stand well on the Enst Coat Liquid Colors$1.50 per gal RailroAd THE CHIC GO AND
when writing of this section.In I Colon (paste form) Sets per Ib. Will be pleased. to mail you color cards. ,

i my articles, I stated that a strip G7ERGE: F"'. P.AD: DIS 3ZOT. FLORIDA SPECIAL

i sixteen miles along the Indian River produced LUM& ER AND, BUILDING MATERIAL. EAU OALLIB, FLORIDA.

more pineapples than the balance (Daily except Sunday.)
'$ of the mainland of the tttate of Florida, We live by our blood,and on - Superb Solid "mM Train nr*> t. Chlo 8a With... Cban| .

deluding the "140 miles to t.he'.out.h' of it.Ve thrive or starve, as H.. A. HODGES.... Jacksonville to Chicago, only 3, hours. St. Augustine to Chicago only ja boom

us," for which Mr. Mott Is now standing C Mannfacturei of Also tba CINCINNATI AND LIMITED
god-tather, aa he formerly stood for his our blood is rich or poor. and Yellow Pine Lumber.
other ...Cypress .. TO THE WEST AND HOfiTHWEST.
pineapple belts. I simply stated a There is nothing-else to live
ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads Fruit and Through Vesubuled Trains Pullsr
fact which Mr. Mott aa well an every Vegetable Crates. Drawing-room Sleeping Can, Through
ther well-informed man knows on or by.When. Iny' one contemplating shedding their pineapple or oranges or building ID Through Trains viaeSouthernt Dining Car Service on all Tralnll.
Mr. Mott claims that the reason his strength is full and auy part of Florida, would do well to write! for prlct-e. The tIIIW mills are locatedat Railway are Operated In Connection with the
Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J.. T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to anypart Plant System from Jacksonville.
sew found pineapple belt I. not up to spirits high ice are being refreshed 9f the East Coast., Address: II. A. DODOES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla. SIDE TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS to "THE THE SKY"
the standard Is that It has only quite recently bone muscle and brain, \

been discovered by Mr. Henry M. in body and mind, with continual A. IIItAItDIAU.. For Tr..llng Rates Schedules aDd Information call Oil or address
Ftagler. scarcely kpow how to answer Pawnaer AI.nt. W. T. COAST Traveling Pisesnger. A.nLlOB
flow of rich blood. West
such a profound proposition; while In I. ". "....DWICQn.r.1 .. JACKSONVILLE. PLA .
'. This is health. NineHERBINE'" Puenrv A .. W. H. TAYLOE. A... 8n. Psi'. Aqn"
Mr. DeVlnne'a letter he claims local conditions WASHINGTON. D. C. ATLANTA U.
_ far superior to ours,on Melbourne When weak, in low spirits, -

beach which we all know to have been ito cheer, no spring, when rest Tehths lIALLORYSTEAlISIlIP LINE.

reached by civilization before our own is not rest and sleep is not of

benighted section, yet, the pln..pple.haa sleep, we are starved ; our bloodis Pure Juices from Natural Roots. Florida. New York.
never become a business there.I Philadelphia and Boston.
there is little nutriment all the
with It to be thoroughly understood poor. ; the Liver r. Stomach and Bowels i n From Brnn.wlck(direct),to New York.PAS4BNOKK .
that I am la no measure trying to decry .
the merits of any sectlou. I have stated Back of the,blood, is food, PeopleSuffer the System Purifies the Blood. : EBVCK.eonnMtlons

fa<>.* a.they really exist. The pineapple the blood rich. Whenit Talon T.make, with st am.n, !...** .""->;a":-i
to keep ) ton Tbaniiaj. Cumberland. Route)k.lJ5ln
iHisineM has been carried on here successfully fails take Scott's Emulsionof CURES Malaria Biliousness Constipation ? r.man'lIaa.m. !Plant*JII.atem' 1SOP.) arrive".. Meals atrune.telt*n font 81.i or"all..lUll.-a.ll "J Jon
for the pas t fifteen years, people Stomach and arriTal at Brnnswlok! ttSimn.
Impaired aboard
Digestion.Diseased. go directly
Cod Liver Oil. It sets the from : ," .
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have mule l money, a* I* evidenced by Tend rKOPOSItD: Northbcu.l. .
J aA'LDlOa
tu. general appearaooe or advancement whole body going again-man Satbtiefloa. L..New' .PUr tilL B..t App: .ID.. ((8&aDda. 1'1-. ...."ra.....
Earl Boo Govutfd .ti filn Pr .. y
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that M seen eta eve bJsttd, despite lit.M6W. woman.and child.. .. . !ld.y'' : ::::: .. ......... ... rntttPPrtday,1w's '. .. .. I'ridaApt.'
f .iaesas aao-s s. nna.wz.:. :..:........:...Av C1.;, .1 I. "_. .
ease. .:::: II. ..:.........,....:...:.. .....,. .
fiefd( .bu..
of with .. ... .....
tried .and far .
dUoorery If, ham free a..p1.. Liver. Prio. OO Ovnta.JAKESif.BAUAJUKXL. mclay. 11II.....:::::::..::::::.... COfAA.1Dr.wr... _.... .. .tj
'foseo pines," Its agneebte UM wet.aresl.l yse.eeo'YT : PAd.1. tray I. ... .ax YARY7.. .:...............n.aw..:. 1. E. .
'* SOWN*.cmfcuMm > tee low.tas.e; rwouas* OOLO? V.t .... ....Pride-*
'+;:man seeking a location lor growingpineapples 45P 4V East *. KVw*. Aepe4. ly .......Mel Iearral.n..rPi7-; 1s "" !

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dOA.ST ADVOCATE, APRIL 19, 1901. ..1.. .
111iTUSViLLE "I IHotel I

Tho CIiingo of _

Notwithstanding-the talk heard. soften /Life I Granada'EAU QALT.IE FLA.
this season that Florida oiange Is the most important period In a wo Indian River. .

INDIAN RIVER lack the merit and selling qualities of man' existence. Owing to modern
the Calfornla fruit the Florida ftul methods of living, not one woman in The Hotel Granada Is located at Eau Oallle, Fla., 102! miles south of Jacksonville -
FLORIDA.J. a thousand approaches this perfectly on the went shore of the Indian River, unexcelled boating, hunting' and
till Is very popular with consumers, as i natural change without experiencinga fishing./ Matchless climate. Launch lot the use of guests. A first-claim homelike
Inquiry among some uptown retail dea: train of very annoying and; sometimes hotel. Rates #2.50 to $3.(HI per day. Special rates by month or season.
: ;.:;2 : O. BAST Proprietor. era this week by a representative of the painful symptoms Open aliI the >ear. Address ULEASON: HUOS,, Eau Oallle, Fla.

I I ; :Fruit Trade Journal shows Of nix deal Thomi dreadful hut flashes sendingthe -- ... -- .. -_ -. -- .- -- .-
blood surging to the heart until it
[ ( era to whom the subject was mentioned and the/ faint MIAMI.
r" M A seems ready to burst,
11' I L 1 The hotel fronts on the three said their customers prefunviFlorldas feeling that follows oml.'tlmellvltt\
r'' i }, 4k s +4it v wide sw eep of bay(((7 mile two said their trade was about chills, at if the heart were going to
t In width), formed by their stop for good are symptoms of a dau- Palm Cottage MIAMI, FIA., Avo. 1J an<1UU Street .
,r, g" FtytyI' .w' ( Indian River, making It R equally divided while oue'had a gumie I
1 t 1 I ii f delightful summer rosoi demand> for California At two fancy '
all the lociiletl rontofllce Palm
IIIPI if .. b Open year CentraHy near Royal ,.
ii7P nIldlliWO 'fidili '
u .u -'Lx fi t. Constant cob
1 t'"' ;gr ' ii'l '' i I breezes from the fruit stores It was said Indian River 01- Bay lUxciMtio ami all the chinches. Kuivs: >*.'.011(, $:j.rd/ mid $::1.00) > per (l av.. y
bay. sea and auger always brought the best prices, .I l'edlLlrnt..s per| week 01 nmnth. New l hoiixii, mealy fllllllllh d. ElectJ.io'. 1
Flowing 'sulphunpilngs.
hir7p rxu off II .,,, lights baths etc. Kxcelleneoof cuisine n specialty, '
v him i Wrtia IpN a / ), ICI U ;., ) Special winter and russets were more sought; after than t
t'F. ,t JUS_ A. MULLER, Propilotor.,, t
rate. blight, smooth fruit. The store pronouncing )

In favor of California fruit was 0 tie .,.0 ,,- '
one that displayed the poorer grades o f C ''J 'q ,\ ,
VILL1J. from both Mates which would.
oranges; 0 ,
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seem to bear out the statement that \ The Jefferson KEY WKJsT: FLORIDA.

WINDSOR HOTEL... JACKSONVILLE, FLA. lower glades of Floildafiuit are poor IW '''':. ,

sellers Late' Hotel )Key West. f
Thorn Is doubt that the
no as season .
Olen11 The Year Itotind.
advances Florida fruit Increases in popularity LI Yr .
-UlH.OW: i Manager.-.-
t 17r9tTi and that tho poor quality of arrivals .' ...

In the beginning,; of the 'season - .- V '-. -

made It difficult to get good prices when <,z... :_ r.IAIIASSI'I
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the quality improved. Ills to be hoped

that Florida growers will profit by this. ST. .T A lES lIntel, a TALLAIIASSKK, :, FLA. ,

experience, and that next season they
will be more careful with their earlyshipments MSH.gerons JIIMMIII: NORL" (Centralh located. The only brick hotel In the city. Tho table Is supplied
that wllh the bust) of food. I.ame, airy loonm and Rood. buds. Kates >:'J to >J f
remembeiing consumers nervous trouble. Those hot J.el'day. Special! by the week. I
usually judge the quality of fruit Hashes are just so many calls from MUS.! F. l K. LA Mil, Prop.
by their first purchases The Florida, nature for help.\ The nerves are crying -

In Its perfection, Is the bent In the world out for assistance. The cry slxpuld MTIIIA Hl>JtlN be heeded in timo. Lydia E. Pink.ham's -
PARK. OPEN THE YEAR ROUND. and brings the highest price, but It i
Compound was -- ---- --
Vegetable prepared
RATES $2.50 and
often has to suffer from the poor and to meet the needs of woman's LlTIIIA.
green fruit rushed early to market. system at this trying period of her life. The Sweetwater Park, Hotel and Baths Srmxaa,
builds the weakened nervous i ( $
Is the val.
The above testimony more
system and enabled a woman to pass Hituatod twenty miles west of Atlanta, on Hoiithtnn Kallway. A commodious \
D. S. HOTEL uable because coming from a publica- that grand change triumphantly. well built, modern hotel. Electric Lights/ Steam Ilnat. HorvU'O! and
lion which has, for the most part, been "I was a very sick woman caused cuisine unexcelled l\Ilnerall\lallRlllte, Va|>cn', Turkish and Nude Kalhs.
sharply ciltloal. by Change of Life. suffered with hot Natuie's lumody for l'IIeuDlntlImtOllt! / kidney and nervous tiotibloH.\ high
L With reference to Florida vs. Califor- flushes and fainting spells. 1 was altitude. Diy climate For booklet address JAS. E. 111C ICE V.
FLA. afraid to on the street, my head
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eta of the ADVOCATE'S
one cor- - -- -- - ",---
\y oranges, back troubled mt so. I was entirely n;
ri (Formerly the Carleton. respondents at Ormond recently wrote cured by Lydia E. I'lnkham's Vegetable ATLANTA, OA. '.

us a follows : "There Is much said and Compound.-l\II\11. JttNNiK: NouLJt,
Is now open under entire new management as a strictly fiist-class house. 5010 \KeveerSt.Germantown, Pa.
written as to the comparative merits of THE KIMBALL.. HOUSE ATf"\N'l'A, GA.

For further particulars apply to California and Florida oranges If one ,

WII.LIAlCATTO., Proprietor. can have the privilege going throug1{ The .tae of D*'hlhem.Whrn UNDER: NEW: MANAOEMENT.Ameilcnn i

the orange grove at Hotel Ormond, and maifhaltd nn the ntKhtlj( plain nnd l Eur.>pean Plans Llbersllyeonductod.| All modern qulniiieniK. :"."
(Formerly) of the Putnam House, Palatka.) the choice varieties of The Kllttprtntf linit bnluil the iky. Ccnnal 'local' .Ion, opposite' Union l'anneiiior Station Atlanta. I
sampling$ many One atone uf all the train .
high i Meade !and Popular Hotel. For latos, etc.,
fruit, I the first prize Is given to Florida ; Can Hx the alntipr. wuntlvrlny eye JA* E. HICKKT.-

for there are.the best of California bud Hark, hark to Gut the cliurua breaks i 1 .. .. .
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VAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. grown side by side with the Florldas, From verv limit frwit rrrv, voml
But on* alum the| Nov lour ymak.( ; IIJ:N)>iitS<>NVILLtN.: C. i
and'ln the same pel feet condition of soil! It U Ihr Ktar ol' llptlilfhtmOnr _: .----.-..--.-- -- I
and climate.. It is conceded by even the
<* on HIP rating ..la I rmtoi HENOKrusONVJLLE:, N. O.
most conservative I tfroweis of the west, ,. ..... THE: WHEELER ,
Opposite postofllce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repahed and re The.torm'.e' loud the night dark. : : : lIondoiHonvllle's New Hotel.
that, the soil, the salt, air and sunshine. The onali jauneil.. unit. rudelyblwvedThe .; t
novated.; Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . . . or tone unknown qualities of climate wind thai,J"IMHI| tounUirlnv bark. Open| all the jenr. Altitude 2fi.0 fent. The dryest climate In North Carolina 1

Ra.tel.2.. 0 per day:and up. produce II finer and more juicy orange Deep hoot then. niv thai. l. I....; Gulf links. Twt>ntj-lve| HCIWH beautiful yrovo. One hundred and twonty-fr) of'I'edrouml.

1J. W. SPERRY Propiletor.fESTMORELAND m>m the same variety grown In Floilda v hun Death audilfih atria k.a I aiur n'.Hnetl arum. the'tIt tide to stem, Electric lights., Steam heat Ulovnror: Tennis court. ',I IJull rooms,''

than In California There Is the) same .... the Mlar ul UrnA.hem. Mineral ,HpilnjfH.i, Hath rooms Ten-pin! ; allays. All modern convenience t
' difference between the California and For further info. matioo..and rates, address. '- .. s
West Buy and Cedar Streets. It nan niv uulili. my Hi hi. my all; 4
.HOTEL riortdii" orange; as there! Is between a Cal '' :,
It hade mv dark forehmMnim! mars UAIiDLNVI1EELER, ProprietorsllondereonvllloNU, .: ,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Ifoinla peach, big/ and pulpy and the delicious And Ihr..uoh'lh.. storm sod ilanger thrall \ . "
]>ei fecllou ot a Dolawuie puuch." U led nie to thi* port u f poaee.Now J American,and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened .
aafelr moored rlta o'er. "i '
this season.. Fine cooking and good; table. Hot and Cold Water Nearly every person a tonlo mod It) slag,. tint In pi niv thl'ni. diadem, NK\V YORK '.; .4 'j..
Iclne at I Ibis time of year to blare up and rawer and lore. v.rrnnre.
: All
wharf '
Bathe EJevator) eto. Five minutes from any or depot.
Invigorate the nervous system, to cleanse Th. Star--the Star or llethleliemlUcnrr I i fKlf'th +
street cars past! the door. Rooms LOc, 7*>o and $1 a day. Rooms and the bowels, liver and kidneys. 1IEH Kirk'Whit.. \ Avo, and IRlIi ti ot,
DINE) la the bobt and safest remedy to Hotel Kensington( : : .
board $2.00 to $2.30 per day.. Mrs.A. WALKER, Proprietor.-i do this, as It will cure constipation, regulate New fork :
the liver and enrich the blood '

Price 50cts. B. R. Wilson & Son. Select Family and, Transient Hotel. European Plan.Restaurant f fS

... JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Opposite -.---- the Htarxliml of Excellenee.GEOIt(1E .
. OTEL .OXFORD St. James Hotel THE RAPID CALKER Is what every ( O. HOWE': Proprietor. .
. yacthamun and bnatbilllder n,,"ds. For ,
(1 enlent to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and sale by .las I'lltclinrd A; Son, Titusvllle You know all Late of the Buckingham, Augustine, and other HoiUU hotels .' 1
domelike and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant Fla. Price ft and $8 each. about it. The , "-0 .
stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jacksonville. rush the HA tATOOA HIMCINOH. N. Y.
V ** Perfect digestion! U tile only foundation r l
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr for( perfect health. The food we eat t worry, the

makes all the blood we have, which In 1 exhaustion.You EVERETT HOUSE SARATOGA SPRINGS, N, Y,
ST. AUOUSTINK.iotel turn feeds every nerve, muscle and tissue cq about .
In the body. HEKIilNE< quickens the with . . t
appetite, aids digestion gives\ tone and a creat This bAutitntlaamlly hotel) .will open for the Hull season, under' ,the sumo'
vigor to all the functions and ensures weight resting upon' management, on.June lit, IIHil .
I ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. good health. Trice OD l cents. U, H. yoil You caq't throw New plumbing, with tho latent Impiqvomr-nU' has !beAn put In tIsrouglioutthe .
t Magnolia Opened for the season Deo;'5, TOW. Wilson & Son. off this feeling You entire liousu,nnd It hits alto been newly tinted and refurnished. j;
--:-- are a slave to work. 'J lie, hotel ncootnmodali'. two hnmfied l guests. (At rensonablo rates) and lias y..
your live hundred I feet of shady 'p1 77itf > .
A large addition has been constructed' adding! Fifty More Jtooms, TITUSVILLE Sleep fails, and you are .Tli., loOiillim, ol'I"Ue Wlitdmir [I"Ieron ,Mouth, 'BiOHdway I In fine ot the- n best'

most of which have a Southern I XI mllre.! They are newly and Sdnt-.-.-- on the verge of nervous 'In HaratoKti. and oply/ ono block f inns all tutu principal' spilugs.Finterms .
of Brevard
Is the County connty; exhaustion. and oilier partlculam, addressP.
and nearly all are connected with Private is 154 miles south of Jacksonville Is th, j 1
handsome} .'furnished, : Mts for head of navigation,and the "setting; out< What is to be done? ] JJ.\ HIJAItEl. %, .tratop Il J\prlnlt..N\ Y..... :

naths.. t'1'' 1 ;dlplng room.,has beer enlarged .nearly twice point" for cruising parties on the fam1 Take . .. ,I ,,, ,. .. r n. ,1 J
mer size, and various other improvements have also been made at an >us Indian River, which ber>e' forms a :.
bay 0 miles wide. The constant refresli- .
Uapeudlture J of .$.1OOOO. A -first-class Orchestra will lug breezes from this broad sheet of AVQISsarsaparioa: Ono Preparation Only Will Cure

mueiolvhte!, dally.: Rates 'l.0: ;; to $IOO, fe day. Special, 1.weekly and. .' water and the ocean bey mid. make It an TETTER "lteatlfytothewond.rulmerlt.otTETTERIHE.. ; .
t1 Ideal health resort llm shoollug (for .
m l1thIYJat. 8. Special terms to pl rtlei.* t R "' ; 1 ' wild ducks especially) Is unexcelled ECZEMA 'W.M four hUII""d.' .loJI..r.. .for ntbcr rsm.dl wltbout r.i1e4".

PALMER & MCDOWELL. Proprietors.. .... Fishing, sailing, boating loud shell! SALT RHEUM 1'umhswctloti'drlugtl.ta'OffrotaCROUND !
roads. for wheeling and driving nave ITCH J T. lhhuplrln.nol.Proprl.tnr.ssneshas"' '
white churches, schools, bank, ,elwutrlo I
LORIDA sr. AUGUSTINE, nORJDA. lights/ band; i lent, palmetto, tannlo acid,
; HOUSE; Barrel and tent factories; 0"01'1bOIl"e." For fifty years it has . ,- : ,,..'1' ." ,. .:t -

Board of Trade, newspaper(EAttr COAST been lifting up the discouraged j
Centrally located. Passenger elevator. Steam hAat Porcelain baths. ADVOCATK), hotel (Indian liver), and II
entire Liberally number of fine business: houses, whose giving rest to -4
Rates '2vOO $i.SO and $3.00 per day. Open the year. I
Thousand, Dollars was ads. may be seen 10 these columns the overworked, and -
conducted. Capacity 250. More than Fifteen Trains to and from all points every few bringing refreshing sleepto

expended this! summer on this hotel Every modern Improvement that The hammock land for orange the depressed.No .
of Us Guests hat been and thin section
contrlbntes to the Uealtb. Comfort and Pleasure vegetable mowing other Sarsaparilla
F. C. IIA YDE-l:- Manager. said to be some of the finest In the state
added, regardless of expense. _. approaches ir. In age
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-...;....- and In cures"Ayer's" Is
CiTYtir TOLEDO ... .
FLA- I.CUAB COCHTV. |J': . "the leader of them all." : CI
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that hell It was old before other

located the senior partner of the firm of .F. J.Cheney sarsaparlllas were born.
This botel Is now pen for ROOMS ONLY. It Is centrally Deal. &: e..., doing bualneMi. In the Cityof II M s krtlla. Alt aV..wAyer's -
Poetof hce, Bank and Cathedral. Toledo County and State: aforesaid,
Rooms, 60ot. to.,1.00 per day; .1.50 to 6.00 per week and that laid firm will pay the sum of Pills aid the ac-.
;, V. D. SANCIEZ, Manager.; ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS: for each. tlon of Ayers Sarsapti-

and every case of catarrh that cannot be rllla. They cure bilious

cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh; Cure. ness. U '".. ....
...FRO ; I liars used Arer'snuMlU.lnewfcrmor '
GONQUIN HOTEL FLORIDA. Sworn to before me and iirMcrlbert In than 4 ST AUGUSTINE. - my presence, this Hit( day of December' from tint vary alart that you matlw
the best BunlfrlnM In tli* world. I
Sea View. Open for rooms only. The rooms are large and airy, with A. It. 1884 am aur.your Hitman*..Ilia. saved my
use when 1 ant took IS to yew" .110.
comfortable beds. Rates moderate.. I ;;:z l A. W. OLEA.SOV: I am now put 10 and sat ..r.r
FELL ProprietressPALATKA f ...bile. without JOUr medlelsee"raa.R I
MRS. A. S. : -- Notary Tao.....P.W..
-. lull's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally Jaw M,MT Cum,Maaaal.
T and sets directly on the bUmd sod mucous Writ.,;;;-ItaofakIf *.
nrfscea of the system. Send for testimonial yoai liav. any
free mm4 tf tr.th. .brat m.lteel.4.1..we
*, < ..yMalblf n l... will tan e.eM ...
F. J. CHENEY:- A CO., Toledo O.ySold ftMI/. Toll olll nejtT*: pe..rpe r. -. .

ie Graham Hotel PALATKA, FLA. b, druggists, 73ets.: ". ab..aen.h Km.,*.4 AYr4ILa......n.It .llsaa' of .' "'- _
llaira Family Pill. are the beat.3A .. .

Open alt the rear. Rates $2.0 per da,.. The ooly brick Convenient hotel 10 to the aU S.b.erlberlouF" attention"U drawn Fine Job Work QuicKly Executed:

clt,. Overlooking the tleaotlfnl St. Johns Rlnr. aDd aulphar. .. u> the -aid-date.119 pasted npo yon want good result, you will
boats OD the St. John River. Table Waters-rr-.tooe your paper or wrapper. If yarn ar* lo III1d die AnrocATE. aa''elHIJeaS: adver-

Electric lights and bella. All street cars Pa3. IPATKIYB LEE, Prop'r. arrears, ylnsse remit & .!lac o dlam. AT TilE ADVOCATE OFFICE.ET vl



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FLORIDA Visitors who cannot THE FLORIDA MEDICAL,, ASSOCIATION'S FISHING ON-EAST COAST. Robbins & Graham Co. :EJ. L. ::se.C: _DEALERS: IN"-&:, :SRO.: .,

; call at our store should write for a MEET.

catalogue of Sunny South Souveulr.z One of our Key West correspondent, (Incorporated.) GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
The 2Nth! annual meeting of the Florida In writing us this week Says: "You may ,
/Ya; Jr Medjcal Association closed Its; sedition on blow about your tarpon catches by Mr. PAID UP CAPITAL $23,000.00.This I. We handle PRODUCE ot all kinds.l We are aDd agents solicit for the MAPES trade FER"'I' : 1.)11);*'
of of all
Thursday afternoon last after discussing ; Naetblng of New York; and Mr Wilson We deal exclusively the above line goods delivered at ro.uln.
many Intricate and technical matters relating of Connecticut but I want to tell company owns Write UII for prices on Grain and aU Groceries your stat! !.
East Bay St.: Jacksonville; also at St. to medicine and surgery and the the numerous readers of the ADVOCATE Xj A ILT HD S era E. L. BRADY.I; BRO. TITUSVILLE, FL!'.

Augustine, Palm Beach and Nassau. electing of officers lot the coming year, that Key West now claim the proud distinction ,

which resulted aa follows: President, of catching the largest tarpon to the Indian River Country; On the St. CARROLL W., E. GOLDs 011II.
Dr. A. J. Wakefleld, Jacksonville; first on reoortl. The catch was recently madeIn S. W. )

...THE ANHEUSER 'BOSCH.,, vice-president, Dr. M. D. Jtlocker Chat. Bahia Honda channel, not many mile Louie River; at New River and on Bay Carroll & Goldsmith

taboochee; second vice-president Dr. G. from Key West by a party on board the Biscayoe. Price to suit the times. ,

E. Welch Palatka; librarian Dr. E. N. yacht Privateer among whom were Mr. -Dealers In- -
Brewing Asso's.Famous Llell, Jacksonville; orator Dr. E. N. It. B. &teger of Boston; and Mr. N. M. Send for Land List.

Lieu Jacksonville. George of Danbury Coon. In additionto Office at Tltnsyllle and Miami Fla. GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES

St. Ixmln Keg and Bottled At 10 p. m. the association met at the landing all kinds of fish,eleven tarpon I ,. Your ,
i St. Jarao* hotel to attend the annual ban were hooked but not landed.' The A. MORGAN, Crockery Glass and 'J'lnware. Patronage Solicited'
quet In the dining: room of the hotel. largest landed weighed just 213-ltm, and President. Actuary. TITUSVILLE
tables' In the ofa measured 7ft. 2ln. In and 4Uln. _:.., - -
Bold by M e..r. F.A Lesley and Two were ranged shape length _,_ __ __ -- -- -- --T" --- -- =
R..L. Motlow TI tuv1l1e.Fla. letter U, on the west side of the dining around. This beautiful sliver king wad Brevard Abstract of Title Co. -
room. In the center of the tables, at in landed by Mr. George who I I. going: to INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
By Mr. R. L. )Motlow Cocoa Fla. of beautiful have it mounted and
tervals were vanes flowers at Miami presentedto WILL FURGBHAbstracts
and at each plate a boutonniere' was the steamer City.' Key West. HeI TITUSVILLE, FLA. .

JOSEPH ZAPF I placed. The menu was daintily gotten: I I. certainly proud of his catch. Another of Title to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose Special attention
up In book form with a maroon cover tarpon hauled In weighed lt)8-lb) The Is prepared
LAND1IINBrevard for family use. Fair dealing Is
-FOK Yachts my motto.
Sole Agent. on which In gold letters and In German ADVOCATE reader, when they want good paid sacking for or

text was printed "1001 ; Annual Banquetof fishing should come to Key West wherewe County.Office T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.

the Florida Medical Association at the have over 200( varieties of fish that .
610 to 020 West Bay Street under Law Office of --------- v
St. James Hotel Thursday April 11, can be hauled In.

FLA. which_may be seen at ADVOCATE_ office. OEO. II. ROBBINS J. R. W ALKF. C. II. SWAIN.
JACKSONVILLE The ADVOCATE'S Ormond correspondent
At the head of the the retiring TlTCSVILLK FLA.
association send us the following Interesting v
president of the Dr. W. .
Choice . L. llughlett, Mayor Cocoa 'while on item: Dry Goods, Shoes,
We have all winter read lot of
a common
Wlnes.Llquors his right sat President C. E. Garner of East Coast Meat Market
place fish stories In the ADVOCATE,
n the Jacksonville Board of Trade and on
but have looked In ,ain for from
. and Cigars. one Furniture
his left the new president of the association ,
o Orraond. We have just heard one from G. F. DUREN, Agent.
Dr. A. J. Wakefield. Several
Guaranteed Pure. that that of Its
place really stems worthy ttorjc
members ol the Jacksonville Board of
Sold. at reduced Trade were there also Capt. J. O. Wale origin.: On the 16th of March Mr. W. :.. oca Notions and MillineryNew
H. Bell of Greenville Pa. while castinga
price ton, of Titusville, as guests of the _.
hand line with a heavy sinker for
Imported *f physicians. bass In the surf on Ormond Bench Et' Goods at close prices
After the banquet ended cigars and
Toby: WIn., caiifrht Ills gold watch with .the lend, p,
Wine served and the following PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
from Italy were tearing It away and losing It In tbe surf. = YOUR
toasts Dr. W L.
were given with Hugh-
On It was a charm wliluli be valued most -=a.
John B. Togni, lett The aa Jacksonville toastmaster:Board of Trade Dr. highly a* It wa made from the gold case r.- John R. Walker & Co. t

of his lather's watch. Thursday of last
r Metropolitan Saloon 123: East Bay St. Hnghlett loilda;Meal Association Capt. C. E.Dr.Garner Harrison weeks April 11. Mr. C. M. Merrlok, of ; _. g er, TITUSVILLE FLA.

i JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA r Hodges. New Bilghttin Pa., a cousin of Mr. Bell, 1 to rv'..
In like In the surf not :
fishing manner t-7.
Whol...,. and Retail... The Tourist Doctor Dr. J. M. Jack was where the 'chain : 5
far from the spot was
i son, Jr.The lost. After several cast be booked an FLORIDA.Saves .
I -SOf from his mouth not'
saw,protruding -no,
Modern Dr. T. II. Caldwell.The .
F. A. LOSLEY Surgery tbe watch chain, but the hook with .. .
Ltdles Dr. J. P. Mlollenwetck.
which he had caught him. ABut tbe
The affair
banquet Wall M very enjoyable
actual fact follows : while continuing
.TITUSVI ILE FLA. and It was nearly :Si. a. m., before the JUST RECEIVED.
his fishing at tbe surf his eye caught
those present disported to their respective of blight In the sand and
t home looking glitter more a closely spot he discovered one y URANCE 2.! Burner Gasoline Stoves, $3.00. Wood Stoves from $7 to f 2:>>>..UO.W'lIe .
the East Coast doctors whomwe
e'r Among link of a gold: chain and lifting It out of t..7.lMnII
noticed as being present were : Dr.W. for description.
the sand the whole of the missing chain
L. Hughleir, Cocoa; Dr. H. D. Brown, .
with the charm attached came to light. .TMttDIMMN..ito'Infesurdanoo
6 Daytona; Dr. L A. Peek, Melbmiine; Dr. think the II
Till Is absolutely and we
f C. P. Platte, Fort Pierce; Dr. J. M. Jackson discovery fully as true lemarkitble as if the Jas. Pritcliard & Son.
Miami. Dr. Ge<>. II.Altree a form ,
chain h .id been found In the mouth of
er resident of Tltusvllle, was also present.
the Hub.
The speeches of Dis. Uughlett and DEALERS IN HARDWARE

Jackson were a credit to the East Conaf',
and were much commended; while Dr. "A FAIR ENCOUNTER." t'\Ls""V111e., <'< Florida.orByj1111 .

Jay U. Duikee, of Jacksonville, was -
here'' there and everywhere, working: ..... -
like a Trogan to, make It pleasant for A splendid entertainment will be givenat II e. .
all prevent. the Opera"house, next Thursday evening : ;;
for the benefit of theTitusvllleBase =. rmL rARn

Ball and Gun clubs. The entertainment many families from absolute pov
dr'r will be managed by Mrs. Dr. Rollins who arty and destitution. Every man can

r + On Tuesday eve last the 10th, the Eu. lobe was celebrated for some time Boston an efficient actress Racbeal pupil-of protect his wife and children from such Robt. L. MotloV,

reka Hall at Eau Gallie was packed to Noah. Those who fall to attend will embarrassments by carrying a policy In
the doors by representative citizens from
Melbourne 'miss a rare treat, and will keep'that the MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
Melbourne Beach Tropic
much back from tbe two clubs that are
Banyan, Lotus and other adjacent points, to furnish sport and amusementfor the strongest and best company In the ,
the occasion being the oonoert by Professor during tbe coming summer world. Represented by
our people
Adams, of Melbourne In aid of rnnSW
St. John's church Eau Gallie. The months. Following U tbe program: O. S. EtOlXXI.yl.OX'eTJTU8V1LLE and tMr 11,,, afa
; REAR & following' ladles and gentlemen took "A Fair Enoouoter..B'J.Ma..ball.A play In one act. .... FLORIDA. .IMM a..

Artesian Well part I detail.In the program. which Is here givenin Lady Clara Rt. Cl.ir..Miss. CAHTB. 1tra.1r.: Correspondence Invited. Cocoa, Florida. t S 3.20

r Orchestra: P. A. McMillan violin; Mr*.OsorgeOrenvllleJosepbiae.Mr* Rollins.Song ll

a Miss Jessie McMillan guitar; Leland .The Blue and the Gray....MlM Mlm. THE ORKATKST DISCOVERY OF THE
i 1 t SJ CONTRACTORS, !McMillan vlollnoello; Miss Claudia Mo- How Ruby: Played, (by: requet.Mr. Rollln NINETEENTH: CENTURY.
,11i Plan .... ......., .. ...... Mix Brady.
Millan mandolin Prof. Earle Adams
\ : Monologue The Door I* Locked..Mr Rollla.aohg ..
t r }-A.A.Eaa Gallle, Fla. piano :?.....'}h. Fatal Rose ut Red ...MlM Mini. SMOKEYOUNG'S GAY BROTHERSL'
Quartette: Miss Mamie L.Evans, Miss TheCIIIM __... ..... ...... ...Mn.Rullln.

-- ,-- .- - A. Florence Hodgson, Mr. Ii. U. Uodg. From, ",-..b..the,..Foraaaeii"PlannSolo .. .... .. Mlr-e Bradi.Farce MAGIC
son, Mr H. M. Wllililte. ,., .. ....... ."A Fond. Uelunlon.
For Sale. Soloists Mlmtvs Marnl L. Evan 4.. CasielMn..De'ernsy
: ,
...., Catarrh PALATKA, FLORIDA
. .Mrs. Holllna.Maritnerlte Consumption Cough .GROC'ERS.We
At Daytona on the Halifax, six acres Florence Hodgson, Mamie Taylor, Lama .. .. .. .. .. ............. Mi..Mimi. ,
Houston Jennie McMillan: Claudia Mc ,
ofaoloe hammock land cleared, fenced Millan, and the Messrs. L. Enrle Artama.U. Adnits.inn I Reserved seats AO cent. Asthma and La Grippe Core .
fie and partly act with orange tree. 000. U. Hodgson and U. M. Wlllhlte. General admission l 35 cents. Children make a Special Feature of our

's I One-half cash, balance 8 per cent. The following voc aud Instrumental :23 centa. Tickets now on sale The wonderful *n .1 Address tendered thaw great Magic Cum In *<. Short a time,
pieces well and pleasantly Mail
were wnlob I la shown by the Mowed tefltlmonlal from Order
COURTLAND BUCKMAN eliciting 'enohores by_abe delighted ,.. It. _. Department.
many A DANCEJN TITUSVILLE.The nm of the boot altt""" "* to 011 In a iut.
22 Hogan at., Jacksonville Fla. audience which were In moat flolent guarantee to those lufTurinir from theAare ': .
\ cUMiMim. :They should not fall to try it.Itieapnrety Knowing how difficult
aooeeded It
1. oases happily 10.PA.T "egeubleann. >OlInd. challenge ( la I" some localities to getGOOD: OROCIKIKSCHEAP
The I. Tltuavl He Cherokee Club gave one the world to deny that till I* the lint and ualynre I families can send us their orders with the assurance of having/ them fllled
Brewery .
.... .
rl May Flower! Orchestra. Llohner.WeCmue of their enji.yabl* dances In the for promptly and .
Mrith anna..Quartett.Thompeon. l: Opera our Coniimptl Catarrh Cough, carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satlsfatory.
t). 610 West Day 3t Jacksonville, Heronle ., ,,,, Minn McMillan ', Ijutm. house, Wednesday evening:, and those before Asthma the and'La Qrljipe. baa'that never ha ever failed been In put We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House in East Florida, and have
Into( ,. ,;,, : .... : : who fortunate to be oi- any
FINE Vocal MI.Taylor. Selected. were enough prevent oa e where It has tried. Hnmklna; Younic's many articles not usually found other and smaller bouse,
In the Starlight,... Miss Horijcuon voted it one of, the most- pleasant Gnat M.gtu SEND
Wines Liquors and Cigars. of the rto... and Ml H.. M.U.L.U.Hixlnon..Glover.B K............Mllen.. dances'of the neason. The ball was not lung,and destroys all microbe. OUR PRICE LI T.
Ii Th. New Kingdom,..Mr. Adam.. ,......ru....... too crowded on this oooanion and the $1 per package. Trial package :25 cents. -- -- _-

JLnheuser-Busoh Extra Pale on Draught. Whimpering, Hope.....and Th.McMillan JlU._ Houston....Hawthorn, dancers wore able to trip the "light fantastic" Sent prepaid to any part rf the U. S.: ESTABLISHED IOTII.

Fine Cold Lunch Served Dally. for You ..Mli. M. U Kvans: .......Bralth. wlthcooalderable and-comfort Prepared only b,
i\ The beat of Service and a pleamtnt quiet Curfew Hell, 31 Im Honitnn Mr Adams, Olo...r. There were no outsiders present, HENRY R. THOMAS

., MMort. JOHN F. MUNCH, Mgr., Venn. ...... . Mr..Wlllhlte ...,.. Von PIlRerEvening .. as Invitations were only sent to the dub Chemist: Druggist. La Villa Pharmacy. M. Lane & }
u r Walt Oreh.etra..Ueveu.roar I Son
of IndlanoU
II. members Prof. Kroeger ,, Jacksonville. Fla
Man.lnltnSolo. .. .. .. .. ...... ..McMillan.. supplied the music, and the merry dancers
With Guitar and Mandolin _pulm..I. wended their homewards
JOHNSON LAW COMPANY. ....utllul..oonhllbl.: ...... ....Olover.Minna before midnight.Among way just Clyde Steamship Line. 2W '
Evan and Halgaun.Outtarsnlo -
',....Mta McMillan ...,.eleoted.. the ladles present we noticed :
Tickets and reservation via the
EDISON LALANDB PI.n..80.o..Prnf. Adams ... .. Original. Mr. H. R. lone, of New Hartford Connecticut Clyde Southern 'PriiirUii aRK.
Linn be secured of ProduceCommissiosa
Ol Restless Be.The Mlnma Evan and Steamship can Chaa.
Mrs. of Yonkers New
SAMPSON NO. 2, HodKon and H. U. Hodgwra.White. ; Sanford U. Walton, at the ADVOCATB office, TI-
Wave. of the Ocean, .., .Blake.Mia York; Mrs J... Prltchard Mr. Wm. If.
: and DRY BATTERIES Hoiuton Mr Adams.. Brown,Mrs. L. C. Br.oDIn<<, Vra. A. K.Wllion tuavllle. .

FOR GAS ENGINE IGNITION. Could the Water M'Speak.. HodRon.UlamnRltt.MIeeEvanaandHoa'Kiioa.a. they. Flow..Selected.. . Mrs. W. S. Branding Mrs. 8. : : :: :: tM:2eroha.c.: : :

..Merer.tavm Norton; and the Misses Annie PaddllOn, WALTON CALKING TOOL is one of '
Old Hwent Hong:, H.U.Hodino..Moll..y.The Aline Brady, Ethel Coutant, Besale Hall, the best thing for boalbailders and SPECIALTIES : ORANGES and GRAPEFRUIT Stencils ,card. and our quo
Sweet. Long Ago .M'.. MoIIUl_.....Hicks.TheH.t I
Ruby Chalker Grace Reed and several yachtsmen price W.OO and $d 00 eacb.
CUT..Mine M. L. Kvan ...A<1>nm. ; fat'ona' furnished on application.
Oh I ".Ilu.,. .qual18 te,.From Krnaln. Verdi. others whose names our reporter failed For sale at Ja*. Prltchard: Sou'.. .

At the conclusion of the program, refreshments obtain. Titusville Fla. CORRE8PONDBNCK:
were served by the ladies of INVITED. 8TKNCILH: FCKWI9HEP
!St. John's Guild attainted willIng
by many .
hands, after which the hall was CHURCH NOTICES. VISIT the moat peculiar and interest'

cleared for dancing which was merrily ing sight in America .. . ... McCOMB & CO.

I kept up till 1 a. m., the music being rendered Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold divine THE FLORIDA. .
r by the orchestra and J. A. Gilbert service, on Sunday next In St. ,

t and Prof Adams. Professor Adams Is Marka church.;Cocoa, at 11... m., also XOQ
to be congratulated on his management St. Gabriel's church Tltnuvllle, at 7:30 Ostrich Farm Co. H.OQ.C3.0 St.: N'wYor1IC.:: ..
in bringing: such an evening fo ao sun p. m.GKOROIAXA.
cesfful a finish, and It la hoped the professor ..Make a Specialty
services. of the 1st .
will soon again give ua the oppor. : : The
tunity of hearing and enjoying another quarterly meeting will be held on Saturday JACKSONVILLE.

such evening irf amusement. The Spar and Sunday, A|.rtl 20th and 21st.: Beans

j tan' exoumlon to Melbourne and re- The new Presiding Elder Rev. J. G. A. /J r 1)I ) and Pineapples. ]

. turn was well patronised on this happy Martin will preach Saturdavat9p m.,
'l Full line of Electrical Supplies. occasion. also Sunday at 11 a.til., and 7 p. m., Sunday

JOHNSON LAW CO. school at 10 a. m. Sacramental service

r \, 33 461 W. Forayth St. Jacksonville Fla. ARRESTED-FOR MURDER. Feast at 6:30 close( p.of m.,morning Sunday. sermon Quarterly; Love conference Favor us with a part of your shipments.We .

Mr. John Frohook Dad county' at S p. m., Saturday. Everyone t won't ask you to continue
i Take Notice. energetic . Is Invited to all of these services.A It others beat us.
arrived KIsslmmee
sheriff In town from yAa'
f yesterday with a colored' man .
.1 Pianos< organs. Singer sewing machines ESTABLISHED
I. f f and ten other kluds on bind for named Jim Fasen. who Is charged with Bis Shipment of Potato.a. 1175.

VI cash or on time. Cheaper than any the murder of a negro at Stnait about
/ :
1 tioiue. Needlea and parts for all makes two ...ek.l&jto. The murder Is said to Mr. U. J. White, a prominent residentof 'WmROVRS &:, CO.

t l-'or bargains, write J. A. EBICKBOT, have been the result of gambling; and Hastings: Informs the) ADVOCATB thai
I 3mo. DeLand Fla. the prisoner Is said to have.taught therevolver of Irish GRAIN
the prospects for a big crop potatoes GARDEN
t with which the murder was th* coming: season are excellent. ti SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS.

TRY RICO A HARD WATER SOAP committed only a couple of days before. U. expects to ship 100 carloads. About IS East
I{ : manufactured by the Florida Soap After the) murder Faaen footed It across will be from Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE ,'
200 carloads, In all, shipped Nearly tnO rtr| ntla bints st.ndtng5bt0test We handle fLORIDA.
.Works. For sale Carroll .t Gold. Florida and was captured by Sheriff; high, 'lIIt11lO.1II only the
by weighing
Hastings. pound each. O reliable n
11' smith. Prevatt In Osoeolit county. Sheriff Fro- -... _....In... sitting and toby ostriches trlcn Corn Oat.a. Flour, Btan, Wheal'te, Seeds- A complete stock of

hock took the prisoner to Miami yester JII". hstcb d.. dark at wholesala Stets agents sv531 Seed Meal both bright "i
-Job of all kind executedat On ides emiurt visitors through... t_. explaining : Star Brace : Co.
I Q tr Reading notice ad. on this page day. :This.mean: a banging :Dade i Printing all about UM bird,their aeeta, haMt "'rUb uaranteed

, Are HT oents per line per week. county the ADYOOATI oftlc:.. Bond year order. plamyy./oq superlot la tAl.Soda.market,cmi. a iris...bil811IPh.ce.Band io K.ID't.a.."Vegetable....fr..1T..rftlUlJoer.. tenUI.re. Pare 155.- I IJiiii

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