Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: May 11, 1900
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00071
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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I LOCAL NEWS I- -Mr. Geo. W. Scobio paid a visit to Ir. Harry Wntton, of Clifton, was a FRESH ClIUYSTALUEI OIXOEIl at There ls on view at tho Ei glo; Clothing AMONG THE HOTELS.

Grant, on Monday. visitor to town on Mouday.Attoiney Goldsmith A: Carroll, TituMVillo. Mme, Titusvlllo, n very )pretty quilt,
which is ho drawn for. It made -
J \J1Il Topics of General Interest.. -Born to Mr.and Mrs. J. M. Osban, A. 1). Penney has been ou -Miss Clara Sanders, of COOIWl\ wits
by MHS( Ilrnddofk of Sebastian, who has Tho ADVOCATH Is file at all
now on
at Minis, on Friday: night, May 4th, a a. professional Ulp down the liver this In town a fow days the Hist. of the week, ,
boon) working ou it for two )'01\1'8.' Call tho host hotels lu New York city.
J son. Mother and child doing well. week. visiting rel: UVlJ8. and nee\ It. *

Society and General Ooitulp In connection CAMPBELL'S & VAN CAMP'S bOUPS, Jndgo D. r.. Oauldon has been enjoying -Mr. E. L. Brady, who lotnrncd ftoiu Whero to stop along tho East Coast
Kay Lake 'VorthlncU...., ShcilfT Joe P. llrown somas to bo Seol\ t of hotels on 7th pago.Those .
with BlMjayn any variety, lOctn. per can at a visit of a day; or so lu Jacksonville Miami ou Tuesdny, left for Juuksolivllleyesteiduy.
the (Ou
llaimii and Halifax Klveri, Ky Wentand Carroll & Goldsmith, Titusvlllo. this week continually on move. \ about to visit Florida) < would do
other Important Points along/ the I was In Jacksouvlllo, und yesterday ho
all woll to note tho of tho host hotels.
Kant Coast of Florida Brief mention of -Mr.: K. C. Scrlmgoour Is around again _Col. \V. It. Kerr, of Key West, hns -Mr. N. A. Stnmpo has boon) busily left for du wn-rl VOl' ]u>lnts tomiuiinou. the at which to names 7th
interesting. Kveiitn from Various Parts after his long/ spell of sickness. Ills many been spending couple of diyaor so In AnJagt'lthla neck putting the late Padlisou jury for County Com, which moots on stop on our page

of the World I About People Tou Know lends are glad to see him on the rapid Jacksonville He paused through Tltus < icHiilonoo, on Julia, stieet, In a :Monday'( next Mr. James E. lllckoy, tho now pro-

and People You nou't Know- ri (11.\. la also: IOHMOO and of the
up by Our Society Editor and n inrgeataff -Capt. Geo J, Mcrclor, agent for the -Ono of the neatost and host stocked Geo. W. Allen, Key' West's well yesterday af tot'noon with \h'O'I'I''M. manngor
llotol Llllda
of Correspondents scattered ftlonK the I Equitable Life Insurance Co., has beenIn drug/ etoiel lu Jacksonville \Is kept by known l'oJlt'ot"r of customs. was a passenger Heat J, H. Puiror Tiatllo\ Manigor( J. 1' LltlilaSpilngs" ) at Springs

taut Count of Florida. town a tow days this week, doing business the Heftloy UI'OK" and Is situated: ) on the on Wednesday's northbound b'lIlu. llrrkwlth and\ (loci 1. Supt.' It T. (GolT on Illustrated folders! of the fine East

tor his company.Mr. corner of Hay: and Occnn slicetH.' Give en loute to Jacksonville.Mr. board They were on n biislii H.. trip Const hotels, et.,., to bo given awny free
THE ADVOCATE, them a cull when in Iho city. south as fur an' Mia nil, at the AnvocA'i otllco. Sotid< twJ.cC'ut81'11I1'
In advance. and Mrs.\ II. A:. Tuttle, of Miami, L. n. Chinch, tho genial allllonersrt'l e
$1.50 per annum., Mrs.' 1'orclierof Con Ie of Co. :Mr.' T. II. flicks I'haiU'H.d the to pay' pustago.Mrs. .
months '. export to leave about the end of the E. P. rtenny, lepii-sentntlve 1 Multz( .
$1.00 six countlea.EJP" month for Cleveland, O., to spend) the was a panHcnger) :; on Tuesday's northbound h. Savannah was lu town yesterday: Hhak- yacht Not, Wodnomlay evening, N. I... Wnid, a. former propilotroim
$2.00 per uu. to foreign summer with lulutlves.Mr. trl\ln. en route to Diytnnu, on a lug hands with his many friends and took too tol lowing. putty fora ",nCln. of Hotel L'laclde, Jacksonvilli, has. ]united

visit to her' sister Mrs 1). A. Blodgutt. light Mill! on Indian I River: Air, and :Uri' lingo! IIOIIHO nn I'aolllo avenue, Atlan
:: Reading' notes ads. arc ten cents W. II. Hmls, who has boon lie little daughter accompanied her Attninoy Geo. A. Wot ley, of Miami, T. H. Seals, and danghtor' Mavli-no, Mr. tic City, N. J., wheiu oho Is 1 already
who has bien visit In the
his Fort Pimcefor to plaium'
making! headquarters' : at on a
line on tliltt page. and Ill lit.' A. K. Wllxon, Mrs.\ Ir.. A. Grayand doing an excellent buslnosa.Manager .
per some months pnsi' spent from Saturday -Mr.\ R E. Mime\ uf Bonaveotuio, noil kern pert of I he :State, pushed. through' :Miss Jlniiulo China Tim COIII'"e'IllY '

-Mr. SY. F. Dixon, of Cocoa, was In until :Monday In town.lIIajOl' the recently-appointed member of Hie- here, Wednesday, eu route homo, eight tulles down the fiver i and re- ; James p. Vlnlng/ of tho Colon .
Sunday until Monday yard Sellout. initiated his nadtm Noaliieo/e will
town from Boaid was Into Oioylocfc:
1 F. M. and his -MI'a. D. of Brooklyn'sprominent tint and was much enjoyed by thoseon
Taylor family, Ryan, one ,
office on Tuesday. Wo believe he will Hull, Wllllainstown, MIIHS., for the season
will be found the
-On our 8tb page who have been spending the winter in and ploiisnnt visitors to I Indian hoard
make and faithful member of the Thin hotel liana, \
a good on May ::1& delightful
Gardner. Road it
t new ad. of C. A.. Tltusvllle, left for llimtsvllle, Ala., on lover!' will probably come south next '
Boaid. -The New York Herald, of the 7th location lu lhu.UIH'kllhh'lI Hills, anlls .a
profit thereby. Monday. The Major nays he will be back I seiison. Her many liloncU will gladly Inst., publishes the following: "Died\ ntCos popular resoit.
and here again In a short while. -Captain E. A. Wilson, formerly of welcome her. .
of the Cocoa ,
-Mr. Harry Wilson Cob, Conn., Mrty 4, woo, Phobw A.,
Orlando'' but of Wnshinton. 1). 1111',11111Ira.: S. Graham of Hotel Bis
Eockledge News, was In town a day or -School Board officers S. F. Glbbs, of recently -1>1'. T. II. Perry, of the United States bolovnd wlfonf ('butt's L, !tor.:". Fun01 ,
C. has been ed In Miami. Tltuayllloon
appoln to a clerkship passed through
so the first of the week. Melbourne; and K. E. 1\lIms. of Bonaven- Sistine Hospital I Corps' who spent sev- al from the Kplmiopal church, City cayne, ,
the olnoe\ of the of unto to Philadelphia
SIU'Vl'yol'.Oeuel'll Tuesday
eu ,
been sick ture; with Superintendent) of Public In- slat weeks In Titusvlllo. lust lIummer"bllslel't Island), on Tuesday) nfj: p. m." Dooonsud. ,
has quite
-Mrs. Ben Pyles Horldii at Tallahassee, whole the ADVOCATE where limy will spend a tow weeks visiting
but to stateIs stiuctiou John II. Same, were in town Baltimore for Atlanta, Ga., whereho was a nnughtor\ -In-Iitw of Mrs M. S..Spingue .
the past week, we are glad follows. lends i < before going to Canada to
this week, attending a meeting of the is now making his headquarters. who speu( several, weeks on
Improving. tin
rapidly ipvnd' tu tumor,
now Board. -Mr. Henry Bradley, one of nock.ledte'l Gihhi; tho East: Coast the poet SOIIHOII. We
Inseitlon correspondents -Mr. Goo. W. of St AiigUHtlno: much learn of this cell Hoban who has had
tjf: To Insure noled winter amateur fishermen.Is regret very to Mr. William J. ,
must see that their Items roach this -Attorney Jas. T. Sanders, of Miami, again nt his home In Potomac Md. has boon In town a day or so this week, mitblo lady's death.Mr. chaigo of tho wino room at the St. Jaine

office not later than Wednesdays. has boon on 1trl p Tallahassee in Ho would open hU\ eyes wide If he saw attending to business connected with attended.) this season, will now be found In chargaofMoriltt's '
MoFnrHud who
connection with the Miami military the McFailand\ Fruit Protection VI). We lV. II. ,
the fish catches that lUthbun Hotel Cnfo. Mr.
big being
are now
J. A. McDonald and daughter, call. the meeting of the Hoitloultiirnl and
-Mrs. of which he Is captain. Mr acknowledge pleasant
made on Indian Klver.Rev. lluban ha the reputation of being quito
of Miami, are enjoying a Sanders Agrloiiltiiiul societies In Jacksonvillelast
Miss Kitty is the tight man in the right
On 6th will be found the of drinks and also. of (wing -
our page n manipulator ,
visit with relatives In New Haven Conn. place. S. B. Paint and wife, of West week, returned homo on Saturday
ad. of the East Coast Mattress Factory courteous and obliging to hlountomers. .
Palm Beach, passed through: here, Tuesday night. Wo understand Mr. MoFarland( \
-We send one paper free to all our Messrs. W. II. English\ and I:. J. Titusvlllo. Anyone In need of mattresses' .
their to made IlIterOl.Unapeoch
toependthe a
on way England < very / upon
advertisers. When the ad. Is discontinued Seymour, of the McFailand Fruit Protection pillows, bolsters, etc., should write to "
nt the .
discon summer \Ur. Paine In a talentedand ) I "Protection to Fruit 'IreoH, Hotel Algonquin/ Augustine, under
the ADVOCATE Is also Co., returned hero, Saturday, foicltle speaker, and ho lulormtd I the manager, W. F, )Furlong' Titusvlllo. above meetings He and Mrs.' M o Par- the manamunont of Mr. F. C. Hay don,

tinued. after spending nearly a week in Jacksonville our local reporter that he would piobably I -Mr. Wm. M Brown, president of tho land loft here, yesterday, for New York, will keep open all summer Till IIOIIHOIH

-Mr. W. II. English, of the Me Far- attending the llorticulturalSuciey's lecture several large cities In Ellgluod.Mr. Hank. of Hay Blscnv, Miami\ Is still In Boston und other noitlium' cities, to well 'patronized owing to the fact that;

laud Fruit Protection Co., left here foiJst. meeting.M New Yoik attending\ to business, connected take it imich-neeilml lest Mrs. McKar- the table la good, the rooms are neat

Augustine and Jacksonville this rs. Thos. Barbour, of Verona N. E. J. Seymour of this. pin. hsajust with the Florida Extract Co., of land lusts not Been her mother fur it long clean und 1 oo..IIU. night ns woll as day,
received letter fl'om hUsistc. Mis
morning V., who owns a beautiful winter residence a Titusvlllo. While north he tuny form a while and she Is quite pleaded, over' the and) the Algonquin' U HID better than,
Donnell has been
A. G. who
"1'1'I1.lIn.csome .
MondllY's out of the Maw. Palmetto Extract :. prospect of vUltlng her. 'hey eap"nt over bufoio.
-Mr. Noico Bristol who has been en- at Eau Gallie was among months In London, England.. ill IS. company
Works TituHville In which he Is to iiituin tn Tltiisvlllo In about u mouth '
northbound en routeto ,
suveial ,
joying himnelf ut Kockledge for passengers Donnull I an accomplished teacher, and Hotel Pablo, Pablo Beach, line changed
months pnwt, has. left for his home inllillsdale her not them residence for the sum l\IIvlllllllccepted position In Itolhbuiy also IntficHtod. or so hands, and U now under tho able mintagninoiit -

N. Y. mer. !\I 1'8. Baibour is always gladly. high school, on KenMriglon Park.. Koacf.. -A lady< and gentleman: returning An t'I.-T..II..t.. Itallwar. of !Mr. V. J, Shlpmitn, who has

Major St Clair Abrams, of Jacksonville welcomed to Indian River every win tel'Attol'Oey London, she Intends to remain In England : home urea' attending the llorllculluial hail) many yeam' experience In thin line.

paused through here, Monday. on C. T. McCarty and wife, for two yel rll. mooing lit Jacksonville, met an Al>voOATK The East CoiiNt Itnllwny In surely an Mr. Shlpuiiiii: Is going to make his hotel
of Ankona who were lu attendance at representative, amid said they had btct The ODD of the boat Pablo Heach has ever
his way to Miami, to attend Dade Clr- -The Photo\ Supply Co M. Augustine/ 1l..lo.. << ronnurn. manaueis are
cull Court. Florida Horticultural and Agricultural seems. to be doing quite an extensive\ made several purchason of goods while continually IntmiliiiIng somethlog new had, and wo want, to draw tho attentionof

meetings/ Jacksonville, letuined homeon buslmiHM especially In the amateur II ne. In the city, and the host dry /goods house for the benefit of thoso who ride on their our leaders throughout the State to

Judge Milton Bryan, of Del.nnd, was Friday night. It is saul that Mr. Mo- This touchily bought out Di' they found, where they got the most for cars '1'.. save time, Ihe1'\ E. C, Railway thnt feet
among the pleasant callers at this office Carty ma de one of the bust and most C. S. bmiili's drug business. adjoining \their money, wan at T. s, Wood's, cornelol C... have abandoned. tho lunch looms Burton' Hotel at Summer Haven, near

last Saturday Ho was on his way .to practical speeches on the above occaslou. them, nod] now they will have their buy and Cedar .streets Jacksonville along/ the line, anti Supt, Porter, of tho Augustine, wise completely destroyed

Miami to attend to some legal! matteis.Mrs. -Miss Margaret L. Hunt, who has chemicals !good I and flesh right on hand. Senator Mallory has returned to Mullet Soivloo Informs the Al VoOArK by fire nt an early hour Tuesday morn

Lena C. Abdill who has a fine been teaching/ school hate all winter, lets This Is the only house In Florida deto- Washington. lie has. been 111 for several that they have phiood. cold storngo boxes ing. People) living In the neighborhood

winter home at Ankona, has returned to bur her home In Nashville, 'lenu., last tiug Its time to the amateur. months, and has been tinr treatment on their ems, BO. thai; nil Itinohes may bo. were awakened by tho bright glare; but

her home at Des Moines, Iowa., alter! a Saturday.I Miss Hunt was much bone- -The honse bont Edna. owned byCommudote In now Gileans by hU biothei-ln.law kept cool und fresh. They have also Introduced before they could gut to It the building/
visit to Old Point Comfort Washington titled in health during/ her stay in Titus lie silTored from a complaint of the unique little days I for holding was u tense of 'flaunt and tho efforts of
II. It. JIacu of New
and other loute. York liver but has a'cup and l saucer, and mindwIahoN. on the tile In vain for the house.
places en vine, ttmj/ she says she will undoubtedly; very people proved
has been tin this week
WusliIpngtoniiur- J and
ways lap. Vice President I K. 1'arrott
all of winterhere. will probably remain In and all the contents were destroyed.
and Mrs. B. F. HI'Oworepo..t upend part i If not next
-Archdeacon thorough
undoigolntf; a oveihaullng, have
his energetic stall of ofllcors always
ing the balance of the session of found to and
/ present Footprints were leading/
a very enjoyable time on their preparatory to putting her In the water CongresH. their eyes open' In the interest of the from the building, arid lit Is believed the
trip to various places along the East Among those who visited Daytona for the summer. The Cuma a lore and traveling public. lire of The hotel
Coast where they were royally entertainer last Saturday were: Mr. and Mis. Geo. Mr. I It. T. Bell, after an enjoyable cruise -The McFailand Fruit Protection Co., was small Incendiary with oilgln.fourteen

by many of 'the residents. M. Robbing, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wager, of several months up and down the East lafiddilion to making tents. hose, t'to. FIREI was n one but, well sleeping tlllod
was always ,
Coast, 1 left here, Wednesday for Jacksonville have commenced making Bwnlnus." 'I he apurtiiiiints.
Postmaster John C. Jones left here, Miss Annie Paddlson, Mrs. E. L. Brady, and popular with poopto fiom the Interior
and New Yoi'k. The Edna. will the list, order for
Miss :Sallie Hall AUVOCATK awnIngs -
Mis.V.. N. ilendry gave
Jones'orange Tho Mo wing of steam whUtlosabout of tho who frequently
Sunday for Judge groveat / many State spentmust
X. 11. Wllh han, C. II. Walton, J. P, be In charge of Mr. J. A. Hughes this end they now hung over the windows '
Klondike lie was accompanied by five o'clock tills (Filday ) moaning of tits summer mouth there !'huts
his brother Wade, who has been on the Wilson, Mauilce Walsh, P. E. Puckett, summer.Mr. of our cilliinlal looms. They sue Indicated there was a lire In town. AnAl building was owned) by Mr. Burton of

sick list for some time ptst, but Is again Leon Wilson.Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Smith, of Cincinnati neat, ornamental servlceal HIII, a >V OATK leporter hnnutdbetolytuoktub.. Cumcimt City., Tim value of the build '
this .
able to be around, much to the pleasure and Mrs. (I. Archibald recently O, who have been spending the ciodit to tent factory.Mm. BI-I.val.in| fiiiin the roof ofMh liiillan log uouf "Nurllllc..If any are unknown.

of his many filends.Mr. purchased a fine )piece of )property at winter at Palm linoch, Kockledgu, St. Gen M. Itohhins and Muster River hotel, and) located the fire at the ---. ---.-

former resident tjpilnglield, Jacksonville, whore they ale Augustine and Jacksonville\ left Tuesday Itnfim Itobbina. lobs h..p. ye."terdlor: Itusvllla I school housu. Upon I'l'lvlllllt' ll.._..1.1'1... Uolnif North.
S. II. Happersett,
Saturday lesiding.. Mr. Aeehlbaldwhuisatthe. for I.ithla Spring) Ga.; Chattanooga. ; Eau Gallie( Anknua smith Miami. They the 1 HCvneur the oon IIIIlI.rl\t inn" thunrhoolIIOIIHO -
of TituHville, was in town on been head tit the Duval Abstract' Co, is well ., lenn.; and other pi.ICOH., en route expect to Join Mr. Hnbblns at Miami' on MS In it cocas< rf 'llama, end It was

rooming: last bam has not friends 'and favorably known on Indian River, to their hum at Plqua, O. This genial, Satur ay night, and as they have taken evident that nolli'ng could 1<1 save It, although A solid cailoinl of I'lneal'I.III'Ianed
here In four years, and his many IIIIVB. been winter will have crowd wan the through Tltimvllle" the first of the week,
where he has. a host of lends.. He fur couple regular( vUltoist their lc\cles l along they a H big on
were glad to see him. For Home yeaI'IIl"llit resided in TI usvllltl. Florida. << for a great' many years, and !good I chance lo neo the many Impiove- render nmiUiunce.. A* there wall danger( on route' to Plttsburg, I'". dim. E.
he hall been residing lit West Palm merly have a host. of friends along/ the East menu' that have beep mada In Dade ..f 11A' tiros p-radian t.n the I..H- meter llell. lollclllnn agent for the Sou I hern
Beach with his family, but now they -A pleasant patty of ladies passed Const. We shall be pleased to see them county's metropolis and .urroundl ;many. ;; willing, l hand 'HH Utod \ r-: T. T.: Italirnad, I'--1 had; l two large banners painted

make their headquarters at Deland.Mrs. through lirusvillo, Saturday last, en here next winter. country. Wetmore the owner, In proteollng his hearing. / the following "I'hl car Iouletlsolid

J. U. Anthony of West Palm, loutu to their respective' homes in Connecticut property, knowing there was ni> possible 1 with )plnnapple from Miami, Fla,
Beach who has been sojouiutng/ with and MatmitchuHutts. Among( -:Mr. J. K. logrnliitm, thlrdfeIre-pres Among/ the many: Kant Const real,, hope for Ilia 1 . noticed hM.Vm.. :M. Merwln, Id..ot..f the Floilda East Const. Kallay dents who attended the HorlliliilliiralSociety's Ilsiitt4.h." )1leRe were tacked on
which the
her \husband Captain Anthony, at their them we roof, etc, of full to ground at |
Haideevllle for a few Mis. M. P. Gillette aud Miss Luke of and Sir. Jack McGtmlgle lutnrnrd lam meeting In Jacksonville were :; :::411. The danger to the other liulldlngHWB ultlivrsldeof, lliecar, and l will jo through
at ,
orange weeks/ grove Monday. :She Milford, Conn. ; M re. L. U. Cliaillelii' of evening from 1leu iys'tilp' ) thiough MesHi*.. E. I.. Jones, of Waveland ; and then over. with It to PlttBl.urg. This we the first
had been, was attending In town the on golden weddingof / New n.CuDo."Dd Mrs. K. K. Urcck, the southern part of the /State. The W. (f. Gllmore, of Jensen lloth Ihe"eCentltlm..n Theschadbuilding, we believe, cost carload of plii"" to pass through hore

the Rev. W.. it. Chaiidoin and wife, aiLnGrange. of Northampton Mass. They had been trip was uf a purely business nature' and / have quite extensive pineippl *,11041( and wan Insured for tlIO.! ) Tlioin this. eaon.
wad"made, to obtain Information about end. will have
the winter at Kockledge where < )plantations, a big crop hut Is
known It
Mrs.. Anthony retained to upending, IKn! uf the tire U ant ,
and Chatlreld the lesotirurs of that portion of the thin season. They expect to stall shipping -
Merwlp own
bo the work of
Mesdames d tu an Incendiary.
Hardeevllle at aiippo; whisk Ashore
Monday lei noun. A
on winter residences and orange( groves. .Maro.' Leaving, Miami In the launch lu a week or two, an the late rains. ...
Judge M. S. Jones and Attorney G.M. We hope to sea them all on Indian iLl vet Enterprise, they traveled through the I navy helped ib develop| and ripen the -- -- -

I. }Kobbiua. of this place, who, spent next season. Inland waters, stopping at the more lin- develop' Ilia fruit. Messrs.. Jones and FISHING ON INDIAN RIVER. tur TIM..111. correspondent says:

about week attending", Court at Miami, portent keys and.I place. ou the route, Gllmoie expect to retuiu home In a dayor ; On May the lt a very largo whale for

came up to town on *'rid ay and returned -:Mr. It. W. Parsons, second; vice finally. re.whlDlrlhe wentcoafttof )Klmlda. no Meniirs. II. A. Mcfarland/ of Wlnntend. this coast, wtt"lmd ashore about (MX) feet;
to Judge Jones Is president of the Floildo. East Coast The exploration wan rompleto and thetrip..ttlstaclory.St. north of the pavilion and bathhouse on
Monday. .
on =!Mrs Lena C. Srhuyler, n former Conn. ; crud H. T. Tltii* and W. T Wi.r-
and Mr. Steamship Co, of New York, accoinponied Record tieaoh. It hud the
Augustine the
the Circuit Judge, ocean appearanceof
presiding llaalovrrcanal
of this went tu
of HIM fsuuus Diliiunltt orange ley, )pliwe, '
Mr. Geo C.
law ) his jovial coumn 5lh. dead for time before
of the by been
Kobbins Is member May having Home
n and
of the
the first week
editor and proprietor. of the "grove, near the hi-ail of (Indian River fishing
linn of Robbins & Graham of ritusvillc! Woodruff, washing ashiirn The writer wa unableto
paused, wh'tlH now at her home lo Itrooklyo. In it short while they hauled. In :M line
Ing n her, Llihflc'ld, the animal' ', but would JudgeIt
and Miami-has some Important legal last on A Hare Cliance. Y., wiites its follows, : "I'lciiKe flnil' III.cl..1 trout, 20 .he"phead and a huge' ", niniiber me".re
cases on hand in the L>ade Court. through Tiiusvllle, Saturday noitheitihomes. check for one more year's snbscilptluti of .ala..,'. choice. 'bey said. they could 1 to be about 4.1: or M feet long./ It was

and Dr. their way to their elective to the Af''K''rle. I am to have cnught a great m. more, but did a \great curloiilty to many of. our people
-Dr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Hill Mr. Parsons had been on an inspection For sale or exchange/ for Florida property ( my mid people, along the river have
Unit Mrs. C. L. Hill, :Scranton. Pa., who" of the steamboat. )property at n handsome fault farm In Mm fi- (leave America Saturday, the llrh l: Instant not need so many fish 1 he canal wan taken many ail vantage of it chance to sue a

have been enjoying a lengthened visit to Miami I Havana and Nassau, aud :Mr. mUlls peach belt of Georgia, con..|it,lnu\ on an extended trip through Europe fallly alive with llmm.. Mr, McKailam' ) ..hili..
their beautiful winter home ut India Dol a, Woodruff accomptnled him on the trip. of I'l' acres, and containing 8'XX() pencil. and, the Holy Land ; therefore I will says ha should, like his Connecticut (u ,

came up to Tltu..vllie.lon.l.lY. their Tills Is Mr. Woodrutr. first trip south In trees, of selected variety, principally thewellkuown be obliged If you will nildreHH the paper' heave Keen that fish ealcli.Prof. Touchers':

line launch, Mai'ion, and returned the about three years And we were pleased! Klbt-rta ; 3iK peran tries In an formerly, care uf J. Morgan: ( iV V..., John M. LaIIin, of 'ifiow York, BXllllllllutioll.I .

name aftemoon. The above )pleasant tu meat him again. Mr. Parsons will bearing; 1 I-,: <>) pear tree, laid out in :21 01.1 Hroad street Linden, Knittand.. rowed JIll tu the center of Indian River -
for home On last vl.lt to Europe I found the north nf the hotel Monday and Orrice Co. HttpT. Pun. IN* I t
parly-wU "XI; ect to leave make his heailiinarreis'lu :New York avenues through the property ; Opium: ( tny just ,
.about the fud of this month-me always city this summer. and J2"pi... ln.,.H. ri.i r.r."erh; pink' paper| "f .'101 Ida such a newsy .and trolled for flith. H* war out but a Short CouuriOAV: F'.". .r( .

welcome vUitoi to ludiiu Klver. Dr. -- .. -- join the o..rM.r..te limits\ of the ",Inci- agreeablernoupagaoilit'. KininifiHint I don while when ha, returned to the Indian The Sate Uniform Ex.'nlo.tl')11 for
and :Mrs Ue... E. Hill were a little late pal shipping. Iowa of the t"te. and.I has. ..r feel I can tl"pen) with It," We River hotel, TltnsvIHe and laid the following T".r.ller..1II be h..I.111I Tltusville, beginning

corning& south this year, but they were IJo IUd of Your Ills. a comfortable 4-romn cottnae and nut. trust )Ir... Schuyler will have a pleasant out on ii)>ela. <*n fi>r the Invpee'lonof nn Tuesday. the 6th day of June,

heartily welcomed by their numerous building. It lies or a rullro.id, und<<1 has trip through Europe and the Holy Land, the guests: Ut big/ Ir.."', the smallest and to continue three cI"YIIII necessary.

friends, nevertheless.. W" acknowledgea prof. J. D. Micbonoell, of Little Ill,. the UM of a side" track opposite the snit hope, she will pay Indian Hirer( another weighing ricer :'J0lt! ..i; 1 !:lIb trout. ticavalllar Joiiv: H. ;SAM*.

pleasant call. er. will treat anyone of ant dUeime, hotiitn, where car. can. IK placed for load, visit. next: winter. and I ladytUh. 1'1''''. fade says Ilm4t Co. Supt. Pub. In*.

without knife, surgeon or medicine for lout; cra'e factory, where all kinds' of the (lulling I I.* excellent and liw wonder a

Plant rive dollars) a month, by the Weltmer shipping imckagKM are maiiufncrured.. Tux Notice.. ..h11111ch ardent ,tlBtiennrn. "t Mo"r.. J. To Pineapple Grower

Pineapple treatment. Prof McDonnell'Is a grad-, Is Immediately oppx."lu> the property.This Hxtikett, of New York ; Henry llrad-

Rico pate of the Weltmer folleife. of Nev.-uia. oichard now loaded with young\ The city tax: books will close JUDe 1, ley, of Pofomac Mil.. ; J, VVmlev linwen, -
For **le-Red Spanish, Porto which of Phllailelpbla |H. I. Grlfllili' of Provldenca 1 have In stock pineapple wrap anal
Mo., and has" now a hundred patients fruit sod pr"MIIIe. a handsome revenue IDOti,, and all property upon taxes: ;
Smooth Cayenne Abakka. and KityptlnnO.ne kind I along the East Co-Mt.. Under this treatment this eait>O.o'"r ptrtieuUrii.. write are not paid, by that. time will, be
n. Write for price, stating Prof. Macl onnell will heat aDd L B. W. frr.KHT, and .01(. Ma ll. ; Judge R. 1I.lo8lmlo..f Brooklyn carry stock during season.

and quantities wanted.C.. absolutely" guarantee to cure any disease Duval llutel.Jacksonville M. S. JOIBW. JH., ; and others who enjoy hauling O. F. PAnnleoN. .

T. Anlcvaa McCAnrr.i Fla.. with which humanity I. dUcted. VU City Tax, Collector. the finny tribe, went oortb au SO MI. Ecu Gallla Flo.'I .


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RivER r need a good chop, steak or anything
AT Senatorial Call for the Second ConBraMloniU DI.trld
At a regular meeting the
ipia else In the eating line, do not fall,
Democratic Committee of the 13th Senatorial of Florida, at Galne lll", Tuesday) a hen In St. Augustine, to KO to Orange Beggar Weed Cleaned Seed 35o; lb., postpaid. 23c lbn It not prepaid.

District of Florida, held pursuant May 99, 1900. Howes' Lunch and Oyster Rooms,comer Millet, Pearl or Cattail 25o; Ib.,1tplJd : 15c If not prepaid, Express,
to notice, at West Palm Beach, on the The Democratic party of the Second
of Cathedral the bridge.
place, near German 200 prepaHd: lOo quart If not prepaid, Express.
2Mtb day of April,JH)0! at which a quorum Congressional District of Florida will Millett, quart,
of said Committee was present, the Kaffir Corn, Sorghum and Broom Corn; 2tto, prepaid; lOo If not prepaid, Exprps

following proceedings were had: bold a Congressional convention at The Gem Barber Shop. 1 Rice, White Upland and Golden, 20o qt mail lOo qt, 1.30 bu. Express
On motion It ordered that a Senatorial Gainesville Florida on May
was Tuesday,
and Unknown $1.50 bu. Whlppoowllls $1.60 bushel.
Convention In and for the 13tli Artistic Hair Cutting Shaving, Shampooing Cow Peas, Clays ,
22, at 12 noon, for the purpose of nominating -
. a Democratic candidate for Congress
Electrical Baths attached. Everything
Fort Pierce In Brevard county, Florida,
at 2 o'clock p. m., on Wednesday, the 8th from the Second district of Florida, up-to-date. O. P. HOHTIXOTOS, Prop. 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
day of August next for the purpose of and to transact such other business as 333 West Bay St, Jacksonville.

nominating a democratic candidate for -
may come before the convention.The .
Senator of said district and for the transaction Tltunvlllo Laundry.
different counties of the Second C GEORGE MARX. JOHN MARX.
of such other business as may
come before the convention. Congressional district of Florida will send Mrs. Geo. Cook, of Tltusvllle, Is now

On motion It was further ordered that delegates to tbelconveotlon| upon the fol. prepared to do laundry work of every .A.R.: JfcSJfirfcOJS.

h"eV4P the vote cast in the various precincts lowing basUof representation t One del description. All work guaranteed.Leave ,
throughout the district for the Demo- your washing at G. F. Duren'icorner Wholesale Dealers In
s egate for each 100 votes cast for the Democratic ADVOCATE office.
cratlo candidate for Congress: .In the last storo, opposite !:

for the m general election be made the basis of Congressional candidate at the GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE..,
representation In said convention and election In 189S and one additional dele- Steamship Tickets. ,
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--- -- that each precinct be entitled to one del- gate for the fraction In excess thereof, -

egate for each ten votes, or a fractionover Two steamship tickets for sale; first 131 and 133 East Kay Street and 8 and 8 Newnan Street,
LOOKING AFTER THE BEES. when It amounts to The
; fifty or more.
._ five so cast at the last general election class; Brunswick to New York and return
-- and that all new precincts be entitled counties under this rule will be entitledto ; cheap Mallory Line. Apply to JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,
How .
to Colnnlrm Cellar
to one vote, and that on said basis representation as follows: ADAOCATH: Office, Titusvllle, Fla

It la taelrea well to .U..r" ........ the various. precincts In said districts be Alacbua . . . . . 11 ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY
to enter the cellar where
entitled to a. follows: Notice of Sale of Stock.
delegates Baker . . . . . 2 I
the bees are wintering as often as LaGrange '32 voles, 3 delegates Bradford ... . . ..I.. .. 8
once In two week to a month to see Tltusvllle, 119" 12: Brevard . . . ... . . 5 AND BY VIRTUE or A POWER We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Pens;

that everything In all rlgbt as to no City PointHockleilite 22"" 2 Clay. . . . . . :3 UNDER ,. to the made by William H. H. guaranteed'genulne. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want

mice rats. and the temperature which 65 Ii Columbia. . . . . . 7 but<>lM bidder nnt 1 will fur CMb nITar upon for tale the' to the highestand your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.

Eau Gallle, 20" :3 Dade. . . . r. . . /5 rE A. ,
Should be kept an nearly as possible Melbourne, 14" 1 nu val. . FIRST MONDAY IN JU D..1WW MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, FIll
. . . ... 11 sale' in front of the
from 40 to 48 Aegrecn K. A cellar In Sebastian, 23 2 "" Hamilton . .'. . . 4 Court daring IIoun the*leJrlllllon..t door Tltimvllle, Florida threeKhamnr nr'Ve only Sell to Dealers.

which the temperature can be kept Fort Pierce, .,,1" 0 Lake . . . ., . . 6 the capital stock of the East Coast ,

from 43 to 45: degrees Is as nearly IM.T- Eden, *7" 3 "" Madison. ... . ... .'. ., . 4 and Iteilty will Company execute, of to the the par.iirrharar value of. *an IUO.assignment each-.
Fort Drum, 27" Marion . .. .; . .. . 8 of certificate number M for atil iitock.
feet along the line of temperature a, Narrows 12" 1 Nassau. . . . . . 4 At the lame time and place by authority of a

ran possibly. be, according to an ex Georgians, 7 If 1 If Orange . .... ? .. . 0Osceola power of attorney. from leo and(t.bent Ulnawin bidder, I will for John B. Stetson
If offer for nal to the blichent
perlence of nearly :SO years with toy Merrltt, 28 :S tt.Ilaulover .. . . . .. . 3 eaun.lSiihareiior. the capital stock of the name University
elf land others here In central New Canaveral, 13" 1 Putnam . . .., . . . 1) company or the par value of *loo each, anil will
1 St. Johns. ._ . . . . 7 execute assignment of certificate\ number 28, "
York O. SI. Doollttle In II for said stock the ,
American to purchaser
Ankona, 8 1 II Sumter, . . . 'J', . . 3 II. A.CURTISS.
Bee Journal. Mlcco, 0 II 1 Suwannee . . ... 5 Bosnia"* OBAIIAM,Attorney DELAXD, FLORIDA.: I

I have.tound by years of experiencethat Banyan 2:1': 2 "" Volusla. . . . ., ., . 8 of.uay.2i!
White City 21" 2
If a strong/ colony become. uneasy Woodley, H" 1 The counties will select their delegates Plaster's Sale.

while In the top tier It may be 'Malabar, '1" 1 In any manner which may be deemed 'c CIII 40THIAZh

quieted by putting It on the cellar bottom Total forBrevard .:...- -- best by thepeopie, acting through the AVP; BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE

and that a small- colony which Is Co. 642" 65 delegates.St. party organization, as recognized by the UNDER Court.. .....for' and Urevant sale. County entered on In the lho Zlrd Circuit

In a roar of disturbance\ can be causedto last Democratic Congressional conven day of May law. and a .UI'I' ,' mt'nt..1 decree
Lucie 1 delegates
12 votes
: : the 87th lay of
become "still death" entered In the lame cause on
as as by raining Lake Worth, 134: 13: tion.All April A. L>. 11)001; will ..ell.t public auction In
it from tho bottom of the cellar 'to Lemon City, ;70" 7 Democrats are invited to participate front of the Court HOIIHO floor at TituHVllle
the top; also. cloning most of the ventilation Cocoanut G've 07 ," 7 Florida,during the legal hour of sale, upon tbo
from the hive having the small Jupiter, 46" 5 In the selection of delegate: thereto FIRST MONDAY IN JUNE A. I). 19JO! )( ,
Including those who bavo become qualified to the highest and beat bidder for cash the following .
colony will cause It to become quiet:, :Ft Lauderdale ta": 1 morlbd. real estate, situated at Kilun
and removing/ the whole top from an Miami 180" IS to vote since the last election. In the County of Ilrevard, and State of Florida
will Hypoluxo, 1 The chairman and secretary of each tn-wltt neulnnlngatB stake' on the North line
uneasy strong colony cause them
1 of a tract of land formerly owned by Thomas
to quiet down anti] cluster compactly Delray, county convention will send to E. S. Hlbben and at the water line of St. Lncle Sound
together for the rent of the winter.If Pompano, 1 Crill chairman thence run smith 8T riejC"wllat..lolll{ the north
Ojus 1 I. Pal atka, a written or line or said H Ihlen'. tract now the )>ro"rtyof,
the bees are wintering outdoors on Cutler I- printed copy of such delegates as a'e R..,. Rlchar.ls. .w. the right of way ot the Florida .
Kant Coast Railway l run thence Northwesterly
the summer stand ami they contract Total for elected to the Cnngremtlonal convention. alone. the East line of the right of way of said For Both
diarrhea 1 am punitive nothing can Dade Co. 6.11":. 67 delegates Railway some e.20chalus to the Bouth line of a Sexes. This Scholastic Year Began
E. S. CRILL, Chairman.J tractor ,land bought; by f. A. Robinson' from W.
help them short of a warm day In On motion I It Is ordered Hint tie various D.'lCALLAWAV:, Secretary.If V. Ktcbanla' thence run North 67 degrees least. October 3rd. Send, for Catalogue
which they can fly freely. And even precinct primaries held or two be held, along; the Month Hi*) of the tract bmt rhurcb of ,

this will not save theta If they become to elect delegates to the above convon- you are In search of bargains, lot Richards to the and waters along of St.the Iucle South Bound line of, run the tbrne.1I'8neralll College, Academic, Normal, Art and Music Departments. Largo, -commodious
very badly diseased! before such a tlou. be ordered and conducted by the read the ADVOCATE columns 8<.nth:13: dOl1'eelllCalot.but meanderingthe
carefully. Dormitory buildings with
warm day conies. Hut If such a day same precinct officers and by the same wat r. edge of St. I.ucle ttottnil 6.20 chains, perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian water, etc., Insuring
occurs at about the time become methods as the County primaries In said Is more or lews '0 the .point of beginning: together perfect healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout
-Impure water the cause of much with the dwelling house,out building and Im- ; faculty of 22:
uneasy enough; to break the winter districts are hold, and on such dates and sickness. Remedy this by getting a fine I'rovementa thereo" trained and! experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue containing
between such hours as said precinct- A. A. STEWART information
cluster then tbey will filter from Claude Walton, Tltusvllle.
generally come Bpeclal Master In Chancery.
leers shall or shall have directed. Address.
J. F.
through all right, especially If they President
On motion the Committee adjourned .
nave ----- ----- ------- --- -- ----
can a chance to uy every two or - -- -- --
three weeks thereafter. PHKD'K'S. MOIISIC, Secretary,
I have tried all sorts of plans to cure Prepared H. A. HODGES....

colonies having bee diarrhea that were The ancients believed tllatrbeumaUlrr"a. Manufacturer. of

on the summer stand but In the spring the work of demon within a man,,:

1 could not see! that such colonies were Any one who has had an attack of sciatic ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber.
any better! Hum others which had the or Inflammatory rheumatism will agree .. 2 and
that the Inlllotlon Is demoniac enough to 3-ply ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates
equally bad but left
were en-
I warrant the belief. It tins never been Asphalt and Roofing Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples
tlrely nlouv, as death generally was oranges or building In
claimed that Chambeilutn's Pain Bal m ,t any part of Florida, would do well to write for The
Gra.vel. saw mills
the fate of all. I have tried a changeof I .. are located
would cast out demons. but it will cure at Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J.. T. K. \V. Ry. Lumber delivered
food but lu none ot t hrlle trials could rheumatism, and hundreds boar testimony :FI.en "' part of the East Coast. Address: II. HODGES Buffalo to any
l.YP"orn.uihling Bluff
I feel sure that tho coloulca wero any to the truth of this statement. ,

better off than were the diseased ones One application relieves the pain, and --------. -- -- --- -------- -.. --_____on _

which were left entirely without any this quick relief which It affords Is alone and Lining Papers ESTABLISHED, : 1880.
"doctoring." worth many times Its cost. For sale by ,

Bees, to bo perfectly healthy when all druggists and medicine dealers.
Roof Paints Creosote Oil
Bond LulU ber
wintered on the SUUIUUT stands should .r Co.

have a chance to fly as often as once ,
.... .... .. Black
In Goal K. uf C i Varnish etc. '
four weeks but will
every they usually Manufacturers of and Dealers la
To gardeners about to sow seed In
bo In good, order If they have no

chance to fly from Nov. 13; to 1'Yb. 1. the hotlx-d fur early cabbages American Write for Catalogue, Samples, Prices, etc LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING CEILING
But If this time In lengthened from Cultivator says that It has never SIDING, ,
Oct. 22 to 7 found any more reliable variety for
April as we onco ball It
here, very few colonies will bo alive at making a solid head than a good strain THE ARMITAGE MANUF'G CO. Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange

tho end of tho last named data This of the Wlnnlugstadt. Its pointed or and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.Saw .

year I had bees alive In 15 hives out conical shape allows close planting, H2OO: to 3300 WilllamslMirff Avc., IIICHMOND. VA. Planing and Shingle; Mills at Bonds Mills\ on J., T. <& K. \V. R'v' Yard at
of 03 wintered outside on the first day which Is Important wben sales are DeLand and Tltusvllle.

of May but there not made by [cpunt Instead of weight and .. .. --
were enough -- ----------- --- -------- --- -'--- ----- --- --
bees In the 13 hives to make three good Is very uniform In size and as solid asa FOR

colonies. But that very same year I cannon ball If well grown. It also $ 3.2Om

put out of the cellar, on May 5-7 52 thrives well upon a light or even a Watches AND Jewelry.

good, strong colonies out of 54 put lu sandy loam which can be' worked early Sent to ns by Express! poltoffice order or New York Exchange'we will)

the let of the previous November. and upon which' later and larger cab- lend you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,
bages would not &Ive satisfactory results.
The Early Jersey Wakefield Is The old,) established Watch and Jewelry business, TIlE GOLDEN FOUR FULL QUARTSOf
Veeillnir Colon I.. In Horn Hive InWinter.
of a similar type but not so pointed ALIGATOR, bas removed from the old stand, 5' West Bay street, the
and likes ration stronger soil. Those Seven-Tear-Old
In regard! to colonies that are in box to 417 West Bay street, on the same side of the street, In the .
who .sow seed In the fall and winter
hive and need feeding Dr. O. O. Sillier the plants In cold frames rather prefer Travelers' Hotel block. Established In I3. Address, Calhoun Pure
advises In Tho lice Journal: At this Rye Whiskey
this for Its hardiness.A .
time feeding of liquid year you at all.must Take not think box of _:LO"tT'JS :1:. STEPHENS.: : : :: : _
your w. In ..
ship ) .
mark to Indicate
Wrinkle ItUchlac. youAgetIt.ntteeEt'if ( .11
hives Into the cellar and turn them upside 417 WEST DAr STREET menti When It Is. not Mtinfactory? returniithathOUIR 01,1 end
A new wrinkle about so simple a JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,our 3.26 will be cheerfully refunllOtI.> This EXPENSE
down-Ion't bo afraid of making IVe are 010.... .t h.od fIve whiskey M an(lend: 1"> any'II no goods 1 In the nurkbP.
matter as shoveling dirt Into a ditch Is, ..... this JOII QUICKER DELIVERY We bay.
them dizzy-and lay chunks of comb -- --- -- -- ---- ---- .----------- rinlnjf h..ln. In ('It, an the .amll nand for over 16 YEAR,and tae
according to American Agriculturist, AND REPUTATIUN for to our RESPONSIBILITY -
honey on the brood combs. the editor of honest dealing we refer you to any merchant here, or to
to turn the .bovel-over, having a man D. GIBBENS tblp.per.
If you haven't comb honey makecakes 17.
of on one side of the ditch to push the SOLOMON A: LEVI,
sugar candy nn or so
shovel by means of a pole fastened bya 1028 & 1030 First
thick. Heat water and put into It Avenue,
wire to the base of the shovel handle. O, Box No. 33.
about three times as much sugar either BIRMINGHAM ALA.
An old ditcher who got up this Idea HAY GRAIN FLOUR GRITS MEAL BRAN COTTON SEEDMeal ,
by weight or measure. Set It on NOTICE.We
finds It a great help especially where pay bprllll 'h.rlr' to all point reached by "SOtrrnruv 'r>w.
the top of the stove and not In the fire PANV, but to polnta em IInll. of other Express EXPRESS r
the soil Is heavy. lIe that two Southern Express. Companies. we prepay only to points where
says Company
and be to said other
exceedingly careful not to burnIt Middlings( etc etc. Express Company.
for burnt Is men! working In this way will accomplish .
candy poison to bees In .

when winter.a Try little It of from It dropped time to time In water, and with shovels as much In as the three ordinary men manner.working Depository for Cumberland Mills Flour/ Grits and Meal. Ct: :: .. ... .SLC::: : __,_ d<: 0 0 ,

breaks liken pIpeHtem take It off. a17, 519 w. Stay St., JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.

When It begins to harden around the I consider. I It not only a pleasure but a Agent for the Celebrated CANOPY patent flour.

edges stir It well till It Is so thickIt duty I owe to my neighbors to tell about
will Just how and pour It Into the wonderful cure effected In my cane Get my Price List. To Dealers only
by the line of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera
good greased extracted dishes. If yon can get some and Diarrhoea Remedy, I was taken '::1:'. ::0. GIT38ENS: :

honey, you may preferto very badly with tlux and procured a> bottle ,
make a different candy. heat the of this remedy. A few doses of It Office Warehouses near the Viaduct.

honey till It Is very thin, but don't boll effected a permanent cure. I take pleasure
It. Take from the stove and stir IntoIt In recommending It to others suffering FLORIDA.

all the pulverized sugar It will take; from that dreadful dl..eolle.-.J.. ,V'. -
then knead It and put lu more sugar LYNCH, Dorr, .W. Va. This remedy ESTABLISHED 1878. ;__-

till It becomes n stiff dough. sold by all druggists anti medicine deal ti--- 'Iq 1 t

After giving your bees the honey or erl. wise.ovRS:: :: : :: &Z CO.
the candy let them remain In the cellar ,

the hives upMltta down and uncovered IrrWe would esteem the favor, if our

until It Is warm enough to put. readers when writing or calling upon _GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS. !
them out In the spring.! our advertisers to purchase merchandise, ,

etc., would mention the ADYOOAT 8 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
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"At last I understand what the poets Remember that the INDIAN BITER We handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete'stock of flay

mean by the 'silent watches of the ADVOCATE does all kinds of job printing. Corn, Oats Flour Bran, Wheat Grits Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright anti LLJ ii1

night/ said Mr. Dense as he gazed at short notice. Send them an order ,dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.

upon the sleeping policeman at 1 a. m. and be convinced that It Is the place to 8t'JET"1. r.rtUJaersGoaranA..t"" ...Oran tree and Vegetable Fertiliser.Pore Ground
Bone,XttraM soda Muriate of Potash Sulphate
IT.uwh K.lnH
Baltimore American. have job printing done. superior to las market,and a trial will_.LAce. //hn.1 lat cata&cme; .to.fr.Thee.. fertlUaen hare no Four Full Quarts Delivered for $3.20.

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. professional Oards. CALL FOR THE DEMOCRATIC ; '
1IOaO. X. ROttBCHd. WALTa"8.GaAaAM.RQBBLNS What Plantera Bar' About It and a

*. GRAHAM, ; 1---\ SrlpnlUfi Conclomloma. Weak Women ;>!..>.. Happy by Ly.lla r K.IMnklmiu'l .

the most fatal of all dis I lion to be held at Jacksonville Fix All the rive punters of Louisiana aro \.t..lol. Ci..>i|..>uit ATTOBNEYS-AT-LAW, i familiar with "red t-lcu" as It grows In from TwoVlio Now. llav
eases.FOLEY'S. I Tuesday, June 10, 1000.! the field lu ) luatancea to their Children.
umuy a'A
lorric" novus:-From 10 to 13 a. m.,
and 2 to 4 p. m.Brevard "The Democratic pasty; of the State of sorrow, they are too frvtiuoutly confront -
"D1I"R MIW. rt'lfcn.ut.-It 9 h
KIDNEY CURE is : : was
Co. a Florida will hold a State convention at tl with the annoying/ grain and my
TrrVSULLR FLORIDA. ardent desire to have a child. I had
P.0.1101,108. I Guarantied Remedy Jacksonville, on Tuesday, June 11), at 12: It often occurs that cultivation bus. been married three years. and wire
WIU practice aU the oourttate and fed noon, for the following purposes: to be obtiiKlotuHl for n in'rloil on account
childless, *o wrote to ;you to find out
"ai'eolal: facilities for examining and perfectIng or money refunded. Contains "To choose delegates to represent the of Its predominant It Urst np- the reason After 101-
land title State in tho national Democratic pears lu new fields' lu limited quantl- '
kind ad-
convention lowing
remedies emi- your
recognized by ties and lueivnui's each your till Its ,, e Y
to be held at Kansas Mo 'f vice and taking Lydia Ai r
., City, on Ott
OAULDEIT the best for In the piiildy\ causes A redtictlou ?
L. nent physicians as presence \,
D. Bladder troubles. July 4, 1000! ; to nominate candidates for lu price of tilt piviluvt or It way +' ,; t.. K. Pinkhnm'a Vegetable

ATTOICfKY-AT W. Kidney and the offices of Governor, one Justice of predominate<< to nu extent that renders : W Compound I bo-

Will practice In all the Court of the State "PRICE SOc.and $1.00. the Supreme Court, a Secretary of State, the grain almost unsalable. Wliou this came thu mother
I ol Florida. and toe United States Courts. It. WILSON & SON ma Attorney-General Comptroller Treasurer state of affairs Is reached the land Is :\'. .th a beautiful baby
I.O Box,235. T T1TCSVHJJE.FLAv -. .... '- --. .. Superintendent of Publlo Instruction, cultivated tn some other crop for a r j |homo.boy, the joy lie of in ours a -

Honey to. Loan.. 18M. -, Commissioner Agriculture, a lUIlroadCommissioner year or two and then a new start U _- fat healthy baby,

THE SHANGHAIS.A for the term of four years, made, only to repeat tbe Maine experi ut thanks toyuurmedheinelas.
GOliDSMITn, It Is of I
ence. therefore a matter consldcrablo -
Presidential Electors and four alternates Mr*DAm
Fowl That Wan Popular la Thl lu t on 81, enpoclally as the rico For catalogue anti price addressB.W.JEROME
A7TORNEY-A.T-LAW Country From 18IU to 18O3.' to be voted for at the next regu- Industry Is growing: rather' than\ declining l'IN! KLII:. RCBOOe,

The 1S40 exhibition on Doston Com lar State election, and to transact such ; In Louisiana N. Y. ,

TiTtrsviLLK:, FLORIDA. mon had a small number of breeds, buta other business as may come before the The cause of the development of tint ? t S From Grateful Hock l\lll go, Via., Agt., for Urovard Co.

goodly number of exhibitors. It was convention" red grain seems( to have escaped care Mrs. Lane Agent, for

at this exhibition that these Chinese\ "The different counties In the State ful luvestlgntlou. Professor \Y. It. DKAH: MBS. Kant Const for the. Globe Qua Engines.
J. WEBD breeds Were first exhibited I I PlNKIUM t I
F' as Shang- will send delegates to the convention up- Dodaou of the Louisiana station after. -- -
a hal, and! the mime Cochin Culnn, extensive field, observations and exinn-l- wrote you a let'
on the following basis of -1'lolille wrlto, us whenever fall to
A TTORNEY.A T.LA W. representation: you
ter" time
which to that time had! been used some
up meets baa arrived at a number of con receive the ADVOOATK.If .
Will practice In tho Courts of the 7th was dropped. Buff and White Shanghais One delegate for each one hundred votes clusions some of them In opposition to ago stating my caMe to you.

Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents and the Marsh fowls (colored), so oast for the candidate on the State ticket popular beliefs held by planters. Ho I had pains through my Dowels,

and rents and accounts collected. named from the Importer, were being who received the highest number of votesat says the belief seems to be almost universal headache", and backache felt tired you\ want good l result, you will

TITCSVILIK, FKOHIDA. Introduced Into this country In IS 17-8! ,general: election of 1&00. and one additional In Loulftlnna. among rice &planters and sleepy all the time, was troubled find tilling. tho medium AnvocATB au excellent advcr

and tho early part of 18.t!), These were vote for the fraction thereof that when white rico seeds. remainon with the whites" I followed your .
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PENNEY all heavily feathered on shanks and when it amounts to fifty or more. The the ground nil\ winter anti grow the advice took your Vegetable Compound -
A."D. feet and breeders were seeking to ob- committee has also allowed additional following spring the needs of that plant and It did the lots of pood. I

thin more uniform color In each variety will be red. Many. of them account for nfew have a baby pirl.,: I certainly believe
ATTORXEr-AT-LAW, and to keep the varieties I distinct representation where the vote wan In. the origin of nil time red rice In this I would! have miscarried had It

FLOIlIDA. And what a scramble( three was to secure creased at the election of IcitlS In any way. They also believe that tho red. not been for Lydia K I'lnkhuin's Vegetable -

TITUSVIH.B, the Chinese bird previously bred county for State olllcerti. The counties grain when once started will \producered Compound.! 1 had a, very easy r Iiuvflc

Will practice In all the courts of the 7th under this rule will be entitled to representation "(''<1" again thus causing! tho increased tliue t won niuk. only a. short time. I

Judicial Circuit. as follows: amount from year to y'or.Othel'l think your medicine IH a. godsend to Alwys cheaper

Alaclnm . 14 Leon the women in the condition In which I in the end than aar seeds
. . ...14Ilradfurd.,9 think nu Injury to young
A. WOULEY, Levy. . . .4 plant will cause the seed to be red. WIIM. 1 recommend' It t.1I1\11 na time best Tested that only, tru.cost Ii) name half as, fresh much.and
medicine for tvolllen.-MRe MART
GEO. Dllker..2 They say If nn nnlmnj bites off the rice rellabla Alwyeth.Msb Ask
ATTORXEYATLAW.General Blevard..6 Manatee.,3Calhoun,2 steam when they are only a few incites LANK, Coy tee, Teun. the Farry's tsk. no olb.raWrit.
llll\ Madison .7 for muse seed Annual
practice In State and Federal Citrus. . .. . .3 farlun.,9 high the seeds. will develop red. Still ; n. M rFBbNMVua., r
Ptrnlana Din
the *
Courts. All business entrusted will .Clay . . .4 Monroe . .4 Others say that tramping the ground
receive prompt attention. Columbia . (ti NasHnu . . .4 will favor, the development of red rIco Here Is a .description of a Persian
rrr-Agent; for Geriranla Lire Insurance Co..of Dade..4 Orange .10 and give as evidence. of It that them la dinner. The feast"' Is \preceded, by

New York.!: All kind of life pnlloleH written. DeSoto . . Osceola\ . .3 more red rice whore the horses hunt In pipes, while ten null sweets are handed ..
-'- -'- -
Ollloe MIAMI Brown', Kulldlng.. .Are. D and lath St., Duval . ..., .22Kttcambla Pasco. . .4 plowing the laud and sometimes more about. Then the servant of the house Kff" As ;i Ian advertising medium, m>

FLORIDA . .. .11 Polk . .8 along the ditches than In the middle of appear, bringing In a long leather paper on the Kant Const can bout the
Franklin . . 2 St. Johns. . .7 tbq plot. Professor pod lion's experience I (sheet which they spread In the middleof ADVOCATE. live !us a trial advt.. ,
TAMES ANDREWS, Gadsden . . .7 Putnam . .8 'I la: the lloor. The guests squat around and be convinced of the pink paper'.

Hamilton . .4 SIOtlItOIlI\,, .5 "First-Rod rfc-o III a different variety this tailor tnll lolI.111'11 oil are seut- worth.,
ATTORNEYT'LAW.. Hernando. .. .2 Sumter. . . .4HIIIIIU ed, a Oat loaf of bread Is pliiVed! before" "
Main office and P. O., TIBBALS FLA. 'I . 20 Suwannee. . ,H from the whites 1
Office open at Ft. Pierce on fend and 4th Holmes . . .:'i i Taylor ? .2 ( Second.-White rice will not producered every one and the music begins to I BO YEARS
Jackson . .0 Volusla,8Jefferson seeds when the! seeds have\ been play. The various dishes are broughtIn EXPERIENCE
Fridays of each month. . . .14 Wakulla.SLafaayette..3 exposed to the wcatbor all winter a. on trays and arranged round' the

Notary Public State at Large. c-i'l.e: Walton . . .4 Is commonly believed by. p la u tor 8.Third. leather sheet at Intervals. The covers

Lake..7 Washington ,3 .-The two varieties will cross) are then removed the host says "Uls- t

CTEPHEIT E. FOSTER, Lee..2 producing hybrids, and these hybrids mlllub" (In the name/ of Urn), and,

"The counties will select: their dole- tend to revert to one of the parent without another word they all fall to.Loudou .

ATTOltrTEY-AT-LAW WIHTK: SHANGHAI COCK. gates in'any manner which may be considered forms the rod rIco being stronger. Ulobe. TMAOK MARKS

Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner Building fBeprxluoed from colored pint In "The Ponl best by the people acting throughthe Fourth.'ho red clew being dependent DtsIONUCorrnloHT.:
try Buck-low.) organlzitlons. recognized upon\ self preservation.! Is hardier -We want tn draw the attention of AC.I .
party as by
JACKSONVILLE:, FLA.SAMUEL here the results of the chance Importa our numerous" renders along the East: Anyone unnillnff flllfltntl sad t dUMlrtpf mar
the last State convention. Alt Democrat than the white rice and nine has n gnlnkl. ...artnhi i lir iplnlon' fr.. wti. t.hir anillnn
lions from our lilpn employed to the special I device for preserving" the seed Coast and throughout the state In general ....,, I pruhnlilr pnl.''Iduitlhitnllon ijl.'l'l'''. ( nmniunloivtlfitiNmrlatlyimnllilnntlnl. Hnlmitt.

T. SIIAYLOII GORDON R. BKUOME.CIIAYLOR I forelgu trade! Tbowe Interested at are Invited to participate In the selection from reaching the ground In early' fall. to the fulrti. of the live and energetic runt rrmt, (' ilftni nifunny for."HirlltiTpHtHlUH.
of delegates thereto Including those who I'nunl tskef thmuuli Munn A lo. noirerywtst
the birds had ,
observed that we
& BROOME, once The following suggestions are made business men who are bidding for Motfcu without o1.arse tilth.
called Cochin Chinas were of a race have become qualified to vote since the
by Professor as a possiblemeans
a share of your patronage/ In the columns Scientific Jlmericam
ATTORN K:YS-AT-LAW. akin to the uewer linportntlons.! New last election. / of reducing! \ the, amount of red 1
and of the ADVOO TI. If you are In need Illnntrnrml wmthlr... T-nnttmt Mr-
carefully canvassed A hnni1iiom lr *
England was "The chairman and secretary of each rice and of preventing Its' recurrence. I .. ';
practice In all the Courts of the | 1'It.m..a.
every fowl that matched the newcomers of any particular line. of goods, the pink VHtiri tuurn"nibsiL. J"'I I Ti.wmlimlnn,
county convention held for the Two things arc to be aeco\ lpllebedpreventlug -
State. Office In Law purpose)
Exchange. In color wax at once" absorbed wltb rd need. from maturingIn : I paper will toll you'the bust place to buy MUNM & CoT 86t lir Newtek
JACKSONVILLE FLA. Of electing delegates to the State convention :: !!
Iheui as Shanghai the Held and preventing them from them. Read the ails Brent m 'O I Wt, I .
are requested to send to Hon. W, A.
It was In t8u5 that the Shanghais RawU" chairman Tallahassee Fla. a occurring In the seed!-Rown. Possibly ........... __ ._ ,_ __ "V ... ...-__.
W. CRAVEN Cochins with neither ,
F appeared as pl't'Ibes the must Important question Is to prevent .
exhibition written or printed of ... KHTAIILIBIIEO 1170.
nor addenda and In the copy them] proceedings a second crop of need from ma

DENTIST. of ISBn( there appeared the Hog- of such county conventions, together turing; after! the general harvest. To

don trio of Buffs, to Hell at auction In with a list of the names of the county this end It might, be a good plan to

Castle Hall, 111 West Forsyte Street. that exhibition tor $31:-up to that executive committee, In which should be drain the Innd as noon as possible after

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA time an unprecedented price. This designated the chairman and secretary! of harvest and plow tho stubble, under.If M. Lane & Son
second rise In
was their such committee."W. It la then too late to now cowpeas, ,
Then they dropped Into a subordinate -
A. UAWLS Chairman. It may be sewn a little later lu somewinter
W. ALLEN, position till n few .years ORJ./ the ditches
GEORGE growing crop If arekept 2fl3 WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK.
to the front In "J. C. Coop ;n, Secretary.
when they again came open and the laud well drained
AFTQRNEY-AT-LAW, Madison Square Uurden. when $::100 clover
of the vetches
some crimson
KKT WEST FLORIDA. was )paid for. a pair and $275: for a single Epidemic of 'VhoOI IIIIl Cough. rape or anything. that will give a good Southern Fruit and Produce

specimen. As Cochin Chinas Last winter during an epidemic of growth during the late full and winter.
Will practice In the United States Shanghais and Cochin they have sold whooping cough my children contracted This crop nifty:' be postured when the
end State Courts. OjunOST than fowls of any the disease, having several coughing
for higher prICes land la dry enough not to be Injured- I
other breeds, and! us for as breeds! of spells.Cough Remedy We bad used successfully Chamberlain's for or tbe crop way ht harvested and! fed! oxo.ro..ioo1oc.:: : :: Mrchan.ta.: :
O. C. E. hove hud a greater Influence very
FRIES fowlx they /
J. go croup and naturally turned to It at that green or It may be plowed under the
.,, upon the fowl I stocks of the time and found It relieved the cough following spring. When' -this cannotbe PINEAPPLES A SPECIALTY.: '. Stencil., Cards, and our quotations furnished on
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land land than any. other and their Influence and effected a complete cure.-JOHX E. done good may bi> accomplished by

legally surveyed and lub-dl vldld. upon poultry culture Is of all CLIFFORD Proprietor Norwood House, drying the land and placing; cuttle and! application.The ,

Mapping neatly done. Estimates for agencies second In bnpo'tance.-J. K. Norwood, N. Y. This remedy I.I for bogs, on It to destroy the grain that

.all kinds of engineering works. Disputed Teich In I"arm "'oultry.ileminded.. sale by all druggist. and medicine dealer femalnM on the wteins or Is shattered

lines a specialty. *. on the ground Hags will pick up a

great deal of the shattered rice.
TITUSviU.B:, Bwvarrl Co., FLOIUDA .
lfn. Lakeside. saw something to- Til Cr p of IH 9.
day that called up a vague recollectionof Final estimates' of the government" Sheep anti W.rd..
statistician ou acreage, production and Three or four years ago I was very
S. BUR M. D. my first marriage, .
N. .IJAY. Mr. Lakeside-DW you? What was value of farm crop In 1K1KI.: the" value much bothered with weeds on my

SUKQEON and It? being ImstMl on avt-rajrt* farm price prevailing home place In my Bermuda pasture" of Y
SPECIALIST Mrs. .nkt'8hllIfy first husband. I !)
E.;r,. Nose and Throat. badn't seen him for 'eall.-Pbllad. l lphla Wheat acrtnjrt. 4-4.r tr2.3U! : produc dollar a year to keep them cut
tion. tin.:>(ii.J44il: I>UKI| <>|M. and value. down. Along In the spring a bunch of
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. 't311).Vt.: ; ."!11, nvernjriyield 1 per acre beep-common scrub! sheep-werw \being .

being 12.3 bushels and hiss average driven by while I happened" to be

DR.I I tJOUOfI'rosos Largest and Most Complete farm price per liualu-l .VI.4 r -nt,.. at tioini' 1 paid 10 for four ewe and

Establishment South. Corn ncrt'iigt MiliH.W7i: production. turned them In. I have had three or

FLOATING DENTAL AP\UT.\IENTS 2.07.U&im: InixhflM. and vnlue. *(KK>.. tour nice lamb for the fable each
: GEO. S, HACKER & SON 210.1 \\I). the average yield' prr acre IMVIIIR spring since and weed are Wy near"pIn

on tbe'Deoton) 2*>.3 htmlielH and the average farm the pasture Last spring I sheared

Now AT PAI.M BKACK. prow per bushel 'IO.U: ientii.Avffttxr four Hlieep. getting 28 pound of wool.
In oats. 2H.3-41.380; production. for which I received ..:.1() and weighed

# Il 7WI.177.713! bushels and value. vise of tin-in a yearling husk which -.
i UtH.IU7.l)7..">. the average yield per acre weighed l 110 IRIUII.U rllpjieil., At'4cent

on Tit* being :30.2: bushed. and the average *- thf price our butchers o .rl'C'' matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one Inmate
farm hushed 24.0 for him-In- was worth >".". makinghim
price per cents)
Secret of Saccm in Retail Mercliindising, The barley crop. 73..1.1.G63 bunbel: worth. with hi.. 'It'"-(",,. >',.r.II.( and I seventy years of age who has been in the infirmary for three years

-By fiE>. X. McLg4N.- the! rye crop. 23.1XU.741: bushels" ; the defy any wan to Jump up anythingmore a great sufferer from indigestion and has been taking Ripans Tab-
The Mot Com rebenstve, Prwiloal and ValuM -
.. rr..ailae on|Ht .ine....and flow to Sucetwnfully buckwheat crop 11.004.473 bushels; prollialtle' 'ban Hhevp at that ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he is
Io Ic,ever puiillHtuxt. the potato crop. 22 .7&1.232 bushel, price or at half that vrlc.... Now you
A tent* of book such of rare prkctloul y.l"e that. hint everyone ruin,and no mat-example ....+... r7 and the hay crop. 1.053.750: : tons will dnubtlfM think these cheap were never without them. He is willing that his name should be used ina

ter bow old anil ..Ie.lsn"ed.' eannot but derlnah..I. well -ared for end fed. I assure you testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other personto
.."" and """ Its loMininK, Catarrh Cannot fie Cure have never bad n shelter to go
while tn the yang novice Isles' hand book and they try them. A second old gentleman l In the same institution ,
treasure vt lixtldueimable Tain*. MANUFACTURERS OF With local application, as they cannot under and never haul a slnirti' feed<<1 In ,
Agent.atatlanln.lnath.Shboot.tM <;rand Chapten Agents: Wante on rwelpt Full reach The I neat m the dlona**. Catarrh ,1.a Is their liven except orcnsloually to steala eighty-four years of age, has had liver trouble for many years and

nlfl. It'M>k Mitl n> every storekeeper in all Doors Sash Blinds host or eonII'nll'ntil l dls nii... a/llo little from my hogs when they" were finds that R-I'P'A'N'S help him very much. They alo' have tw.
line, rust : $1 Ailiirva* order In dire It yon must .II.. Internalremedlm. lu tlie cause pasture.W. I.. Foster. .
aia l>.rborii Ji t stress JACK-ION.:. ChU-ago.: III.23T I. Moulding & Building Material, Hall's Catarih Cure ,Is taken Louisiana./ i nurses there,one thirty years of age the other forty-two; both suffer II |
Internally and "0'. directly ton the blnt.. -_ I headache depression of and nervlusness. '
from indigestion causing spirits
and mucous' surface.! Iftll 1|'. Catarrh It POI y. to r."... ,
: to the Mubne n"mo-"o.I..ta.1AI'ber, your attention slip parsed In drawn upon Once Warerooinn." King., opposite Cure I. not a quack: medioloe. It wise It will rojnlrr alwinf nix week" to They take the Tabules and find them so useful that tney''
| Cannon Street.Charleston prescribed bf one of the best phjsloUnaIn fatten chicken for snorkel and If a
If IDarrwim. in their The also
your paper or wrapper. you are always have a package pockets. matron states
Ibis country for years, and !Ie a regular "farmer only oner irli-M fattening the
pltmxM rrmit. S. C.
prescription It U composed of the best fowl sold and note In- dlfTeroum In that she is forty-five years of age and at times suffers with indigestion

E7 tonics known, eomhlne.1 -I'h| the bent 'prior obtained be will not again catch and or and finds that tbTabules
/ belching:
causing pain
Marriage Paper.Wbluhwe Cord blood purifiers, acting directly' on themuP.Ou. paroxysms
:) Sash Weights am whatever be of the nupply of
.... '... TtHMMad.. ,.f adTrniMin IniroduetUKi to MM surfaces. The perfect enml- up and sell ran without flrct are very good Indeed and is perfectly willing to have he*
<(< .fa weelhpsurwu the farm having
4.1.'S' :"10,, ...,....... mat .......... WO wore nation of the two Ingredients Ujwlmt I
I f.,, Uf 'v.w......... sample top? r.t Hardware. produces such wooderful result In enr- prepared" them for the market, My name used In a testimonial. ;
JfeCI"" .MEll IC'A"'.1414..(JIll.. InIE enurrh.' Seed for lestlintwilslit.-free., Iowa Homeiitead." This I I. a very common ._ __ ._ etII_ ....,- -
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a "" t2
I'ww. 4. '"
C .. r 4 1t M ttr'1.'I/JI Window and Fancy Clas .K. J. fnr.ntcr A ( '0, props., Toledo U. practice on the farm sod* one! that .., ___ ---F.- "- r.w..w
m t ." ", t ..:tOJ'1Te""nNewA1''P". '." toUI hv dniK2l: .t*. pi Ice ". a.Ual1' I'I fast becoming apparent a. ml*> ... wa'e-- .--.. -- "' _

.r..ass er.re.p.l. 451.G/.ir51..Ta.de ire for se1e.r..ck.v.Buv.du 0 A SPECIALTY Family Fill are the besC take. '. .i.-.


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/ .. INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. MAY 11, 1900.f .

INDIAN RIVER ADYOCATE 4- to the be United abundantly States responsive have been'shown to the Indian River Real Estate Agency

cultivation of this ground nut, the
OV TH. IHDIA KIVBK, LASS average yield being about sixty

P PUBLISHED FUTURE. YOU would do well If yon have property to sell and want It advertised In this

. I paper, free of cost to you, and put in the bands of live men, to write at once to
. Editor A ProprietorDlnoontlnuanca
, H. WALTOH, If wish to determine man's this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public.
we a
: '-.Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency. Why not
of ,advt. must be mad per.eosany strength of character or in common

at this offlc or by writing. parlance the amount of backbonehe yours.PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river per acre $2.00 to $10.00.

possesses, we will[ not judge him ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, 2.00 to $20.00 per acre.
.. .. .
Check,eta.,may b. nude.. p jr bl to CBABLBHi when prosperous but In times of Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of Zau
WALTON,pulillnlier proprietor. adversity. It Is the dark hours Hot Gable; first-class for oranges, pineapples add vegetables. Price, 1000.
ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 miles south of Tltu vme. Will pay $1,000 till
Add?... all ooii>raunlo tlon to that demonstrates a man's resources : year and $2,000( next. Price, $7,000.
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, and capabilities, and it is the dark HAMMOCK LANDS, near THusville, from $5 to $25 per acre.
TITU''ILL'' TWSIPA. hours that determines the abilityof One huudred and sixty acres, lake front, 2* miles west of Tltusvllle, good for
.. I
pineapples and Price $550.01)
a State to maintain its financial oranges. .
U. 8. Department of Agriculture prestage and respect. That Florida .

Weather Ilurcau-Jupiter, Fla. has succeeded admirably in the (

face of five years of disastrous Biscuit Jas. B. Sours:
The following is a comparative statement freezes is sufficient ,
a guaranteethat
of temperature and rainfall for the rare
week ending Tuesday, May 8, 1000. she will\ be able to overcome
j _19001890)- every difficulty in the future. Dur- Hcy, GrAin: :lr'eed' :Flour: ,

DATE. MAX, MIN. MAX. MI If.a ing these five our citizens
84 08 80 (10 1) years made GRITS, MEAL AND COTTON SEED MEAL. NEW GARDEN
3 85 70 81 72 while building up their groves 'with Royal Baking
: '4 84 71 81 72 again, have had opportunities to SEED ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME.

.ft 81 7t 82 73: experiment with other things, and Powder, and are the most
A 80 74 8J: 74 Florida bas shown its ability to appe- Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless. to man or

8 7 81 82: 73 71 86 70 72 07 produce such other crops as hitherto tizing, healthful and nutritiousof beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotation*,

were not thought congenial to Lowest cash price
Total rainfall for the week: .00. foods. .
Departure from normal rainfall for the its soil. From this fact we infer Omce124: W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
week: minus 1.03: Incite Departure that Florida's future was never
from normal rainfall since January 1, brighter than now, and in a few Hot biscuit made with impure -

plus 4.30: Inches. we will be one of the most
: HAL P. U-DIN, Observer years and adulterated CHAS. N. WELSHANS
prosperous people in the South. baking ,
--- Sometime ago we mentioned Florida "

1 WOULD It not be a good plan for tobacco in these columns, and powder are neither appetizing

,, property owners on Julia street to paid it the encomiums which we CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
look after their sidewalks, now the think it deserves. At the risk of nor wholesome. ,

rainy Reason Is setting in? Just being tedious we wish to say that \
Agent for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains
look at the sidewalks after a heavy this infant industry will, ten years It all depends. upon the bak- ,

rain. hence, be one of the most paying .
ing rar- Write for Samples and Prices
institutions in the country. The powder.

Ira man makes a damaging statement light, sandy soil which has, hereto- Take Old 'Phone 8. fa 218 E Bay Street,.
about another man, it wouldbe fore, been regarded as of little every care to haveyour

well to suspend judgment until value, Is peculiarly adapted to the biscuit JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

the things alleged have been proven I growth of tobacco, producing thin .. made with Royal.

true. It often occurs that the one and silky leaf which compares favorably '

who makes the statement is the with the best Havana wrappers baking powder, if you would MeMurray & Baker

. real transgressor.OUR ? Sugar cane and cassava are avoid ,
. also attracting great attention, and indigestion.
in few will\ be ,
a regarded as
esteemed contemporary, the 220011(1222 East Ray Mohawk Block. Jacksonville, Fla.
I staple Let Florida
Lake Worth News, Is a trifle proud Its attention products.these three OVAL BAKING POWDER CO.,100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK. Headquarters for-
to _
because Dade county will have in "" ... ... crops ,------.- -_.. _._--..-.- .. ----- --
the senatorial convention fifty seven and mills ana factories "vm come Improvement utllie Ten .... Material
as a natural sequence. What is the .tory. CHURCH NOTICES. Wagon Vehicles Harness Bicycles
delegates, to Brevurd's fifty-five.
use of howling for factories If, we ,
Bro Dean however has lost sight The McFarland
Fruit Protection Co
fall the material There will be In the
to produce raw preaching Fresh and Sundries.
of the fact that Urevard has 542 1'1 tUlvllle, are erecting two Ultra additions .
terlnn church I
which feeds them? But Florida-has Sunday: May at 1
to their factory one of which will
voters to Dado's 521.) begun to produce the material, anda he used as a Innndry I plant.. In which to 10.51\n.: m. ,and m.7:30: p. m.; Sunday School a t "KELLY" SOLID. RUBBER TIRES put on you wheels

decade will not pass before the treat their cloth, and the other to contain ,
DKWTCT received another great hum of machinery will be heard the woodworking. machinery. Rev. E. N. Bell, will preach In tb"apllat. e at short notice. ,
clfurch! next Sunday tit 11 a. nand .
ovation in St. Louis, the ether day.
the State and the --
throughout 7:30: m. Sunday school at 3
p. ; m
'The 'J\merlcan people delight to shekels that maketh glad the heart us
unity Indigestion, which uo HAMMOND

honor those who contributed to of man will pour into our coffers. sloepleswncss. IrilMbllHy' weariness appetite Little Browu Jug' Water Kilters 2.0 PACKING ,CO.
their undying glory In the Spanish That time is coming. and anyone of-body and brain. Dr.oval Kurd's and ':J.ou Claude' Walton, agent (Formerly The G. n. Hammond Co.)
-American war, but they do not peptlcfdo Is a new perfect cure. H ---4 -- OUR
but a chronic pessimist can see it. DYII-// -rioas mention the ADVOCATE: whei a :
desire to make presidents out of all digestion, toneR and regulates! the
those whom they applaud. --- ach. I). R. WIlHon Hon. writing advertisers "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon

TIIK: political pot is steadily boiling 00. ._ ._. _.____ ____ __. _. ._.._ .._.. .. .. _u_,,"_.n__ "Coin Special" canned meats.
in Brevard
THE: terrible Utah mine disaster, county "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.

which occurred ]lust week, has resulted The Vitals } "Calumet" leaf lard.

'. in the death of 250> men, and A FEW WORDS FROM JERSEY. Homemade pure lard.

over one thousand women and child
i Mr. lIart nateln Iteroemlwrs. Some of Ills M. "Peerless" compound lard sausages
ren are left without any provision ,
for their future needs. This is by 01.1 friend (InsIdes) and all Packing House Products., Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
IIONTCLJUH, N. J., May 1'>, 19(10.(
far the roost dreadful mine horror r _. _._-
that has ever been recorded in this Editor Indian Riorr Advocate:

country. Dear Sir:-Encloned ploatie find check Of Our I WILLIAM CLARKE 8ANITi
for .I.! &<>, for one year's subscription C1othing.I MBER.
to your most valuable and Interesting .
OVKU ninety million people in paper-INDIAN KIVEII ADVOOATK. Fine Gas fixtures
India are perishing for lack of food. There are many reasons why I would Plumber and Gas Fitter, Uooflng.IShoet

The famine is now on again with not be without your excellent paper, nIt Iron Work, Pumps and Drainpipe, Bath Tubs, Water Closets -

all pf its attendant misery, and the flies occupies of my hotel.a conspicuous and Is anxiously place on looked the This diagram I U Interesting, aa It truly illustrates the insUlcs of our and Wash Stands. Copper vessels of all kinds and

whole civilized world- can'- liardlv- for by my customers., who enjoy Its garments, Probably you never knew before that there could be HO descriptions re-tinned.
alleviate the sufferings; of '; many breozy columns and well-written editorial much detailed ,
: work In clothing. III ordinary makes of clothing
millions. What with the bubonic *, and It Is a common remark thatIf
plague anditlie famine, India has some of the Kortliorn papers would there In not, but then clothing not made in this way is' not substantial !! 37 Forsyth St., Jacksonville Florida.
emulate the example of the East Const ,
., been the most unfortunate country pink paper In their mnhe-up and conduct and will not give Bfttlsfnot'ory wear. You may be sure! that all

of the century. their readers would have a moreoonclee this detail work in our clothing Is not put there without good
and Interesting than Is at
paper reason. It's there for the best of reasons, to-wit: The shaded part
dlahed to them.
TUB present school year has been prevent I expect shortly up to forward you a few around the armhole In felt padding, to give perfect shape to the Till SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
the most successful in the history subscriptions, as I onnnot keep the old
shoulder. The Blinded part running from the top to the bottom of
of Rollins' College, Winter Park, copies, and several have signified their
as is evidenced the annual Intentions of BitbHorlblng. the coat Is linen canvass, to which all pockets and other details are
by catalogue It I Is live years since I was In Florida, Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
which bas just been receivedat but I still remember the pleasant hours securely fastened. The narrow strip yon see along the edge of the ,.... ,

this of ce. Several new featuresare I spent with gentlemen whom I had the coat on the left U the silesIa,, button stay, to which buttons are -.,..'-
noticeable in this pleasure of associating with. While I
year's catalogue presume the gentlemen are still residing fastened or sowed, through the cloth, canvas and sileala. The strips Vitrified 1 Paving and Sidewalk Brick
the two principal ones being in .....
the vicinity, would therefore, feel fastened to the corners of the pockets supports and keeps the pockets -
the new School of Elocution and
obliged If you would kindly rememberme
the Olllce and Banking/ Equipmentthat to my worthy Masonic brothers-A. from sagging. These are the main features of good clothing Offices foot of Hogan Stroet, Jacksonville,Florida. Telephone No. 282.

has been Installed In the business A. Stewart, J. II. Walker! J. M. Dixon, making and that's why we unhesitatingly guarantee ourclothing
K. Morgan, J. I.. Carruthcrg, F. A. J. K..JIUNXERLYN, General Manager.
department. I LoHlcy, F. S. Chaffee not forgetting to be perfect fitting. Mind you not temporary good shape, but

yourself, also A. FroBcher. Then there lasting permanent shape. Xo doubt you are Interested in clothing --
TUB annual catalogue of the are a few others I alllo wish to be re-
membered to, vli: Kev.Father 0'Boyle, of.this sort, and would like to continue the investigation further. 0.
John B. Stetson of De- L.
Judge D. L. GauMen, ex-Sheriff J. E. Nothing would please us better than to do a little ripping to show ..
for 1800-lVOO{ has
Land been
received Bowman, Mr. It. W. Rhodes, Cupt A.
at this otllco, and 1 carefully Bennett, of the house-boat Rochester, that these features are really there You will also note, on inspection Dress Goods

perused. The reports show a mark Mr. Julius Kline, Mr. and Mrs( Wm. H. that our prices are no higher than those asked" for ordinary Trimmings Millinery Notions
ed increase the McFarland, Mr. Oeo. lesson, of Eau ,
over prtcsJing
Gal lie, aad other friends. clothing Laces, Gloves
scholastic year In the number of By the way I had the pleasure of Umbrellas, Art Goods, Hosiery, Corsets.
its students. This institution has meeting Mr. John llapperaett, formerly
done a wonderful work In the mat clerk of the Indian River hotel, at Tltusvlllo See Prompt attention paid to all orders.
ter of education, nn\}l is growingmore on Broadway, New! York recently, Our Elegant Line of Hats Shoes and Shirts.'
and he wished be ,
to cordially" remembered This: is one of the oldest and
popular every year with those to his hoot, of friends. Wishingyou most reliable house In Jacksonville. All the latest

parents who have children to edu success, I remain Hats and Cap In all the newest and latest block and patterns Patterns and Style. _
cate. We do not know of other Your very truly, 101 West Bay Street,
any corner of Laura .
institution of learning we would K. JtA.RTKxsT.EiN.ITlmnry !: Men's and. Boys' Shoes f in all grades: Trunks and Valises at prices JACKSONVILLE FLA.
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sooner recommend than the John B. Klvvtlon at S.twutliuu within the reach of all. -- H. _.._ .

Stetson University. Also the banner line of Ladles, Misses and Children shoes,all new "
At the primary hold here, on Saturday
the 9th, the following ticket was electedby and factory made, prices.the lowest consistent: with good material. _AWfl' ,t. CLOCKS
TUB 20 straight ballots:
: pcple of the United States

consume 4,000,000 bushels of pea. Convention 11tu.I11e-Paul Kroegle, Examination will show that our stock I U especially strong in style,
delegate; Henry Jewelry Diamonds
nuts annually, at a cost of about Senatorial Convention at Fort Pierce. besides being unequaled in variety, and first in favor because' of the gyp- .. .. ,
$10,000,000. The growing of the B. F. Hardest/ and II. II. Howard, delegates .
High Quality. Always pleased to show
goods, we are Souvenir
Wedding Rings and Presents,
and Fritz
peanut in this country is gradually ; S. Hitching Light, alternates.
increasing, but much of the N Yours to '- 'WI\rnDU: Walthara Watches eta
prod County Convention at Cocoa-R. A. \
uct consumed is still brought from Hardee delegate; W. W. Beecher, alter )y i \m W1\J

abroad, notably from Spain, Egypt nate. Eagle Clothing g Store ._, HUE: WITCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING
--- ..
and Japan.< Yet the south Atlantic There was some opposition to this ;
ticket, but It did not materialise none Watch
; Inspector for Plant Jacksonville&Bouthwestern
seaboard and the lower Mississippi of the opposition voting. System, and also for K'y,

valley as well as other parts of DEMOCRAT. Opposite the bank Titusville Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one 'Way. R. J. BILKS,

223 W. Bay St., JACKSOSTU.LM, PLA-


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of the Chambers Willie this week.Otwell Is visiting Mrs. McCOMB & CO. .

Puddingis Vesey Hall is digging:/ and shipping Use our Pineapple Brand, if you want to meet ,
some Irish potatoes.F. .

W. Munson, II. K. Hughes and II. with success. 000 'VV"nsh:11g1on.: ; : Sit.: Noun YorJ.J
in J. Allen went to Cocoa, Saturday. ,

Messrs. Provost and Strong, of Lotus, ..lake n Specialty of... <\
the Eating. were up and dined with A.. L. Bruner

I and family, Sunday. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: ,::1

Mrs. A. L. Bruner and Miss Beth, spenta Ammonia ....................... ... ..... .. ... .... 4 to 5 10t9"t'ent' .H;".
very pleasant afternoon with Mrs. Available, PhosVhorloAcid.> ................................ ..... .... .........,... 6 to T percent' BEANS' ",'
Chambers; Monday. I'otasUKUO: ....................... ........................ .......................... 6 to 9 percent' :
Price $30.00 PER TON F. O. D. JACKSONVILLE M B H a '.
Mrs. Klngroan/ was a pleasant caller at "
Mesdames. ilinoock's, ', Bruner's, ," '
Owen's! and White's, Friday of last week. Favor us with a part of your shipments .

Sumner'sCheese. The many friends of Dr. and Mrs.

Holmes were pained to learn of Mrs.Holmes' Largest dealers in fertilizing: material in We won't ask you to continue If others beat us. "
serious Illness, but are glad to ,
know that she is now Improving, and ---
pray for her recovery. .

)Ir. and Mrs. Pierce and Mr. Lyman the State.All .

were out driving, Friday, and went as Photo Supply Co
far as Inclianola.\ The road is good and --- .
Is a delightful drive. Theparty enjoyed
their trip very much. Correspondence olxoorfullv answered.
....AA"enCITIUfoo&Cuauu: Tvotlitlc: Co.
Miami. Uncle and Auntie Hughes; took dinner,
Sunday, with J. W. Bruner and little "
daughter. It was Mr Bruner's birthday, : Write for Special Pamphlet. The only house In Florida devoting.Its Its time to the 'r

Mrs. J. A. MacDonald and daughter of and the dinner was prepared by Mr. KODAKS

:MIami, are visiting friends New Haven Bruner alone, and proved himself an LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE I AMATEUR.\
Conn. adept In the culinary art Little Winnie CO. OUR SPECIALTY Developing and Printing.
says "my papa knows how to do every ,
E. A. Waddell sold 110 the last month: Give trouble
thing. us a trial. No to answer questions.
A barber shop on 12th street, II. D. AnthonYJ :raoksorlv"11: : ::: e., :Florida.:
$2.000; lot L. L. Dodge, $400; lot Hosnocr Allen and son, Fred, J. J. Fox 51 King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
$ lot to C. F. and four grandsons, John and Will .
ge.tO. Iloyser, $250; --- ----------------- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ------ .....
Sulzner, $150; lot to Florence< Coskins, White, and Bert and Roy Htscock, ,all
$273; ; lot to J. W. Carey, Cocoanut Grove.! came up from Palm Bench In the Naiad, Melbourne. Tibbals. EAST COAST MATTRESS FACTORY.Mattresses
KJOO' ; lot and store Capt. Chase to A. W, Mr. Allen's sail boat, on Wednesday of .
Corbett, St. Augustine, $2,300. last week. Mr. Fox and the boys returned -
home Saturday; Mr. Allen and Fred TIle Ladies' Afternoon Tea Party met from '2.00 up. Renovating clone on short notloo.
GOODE A' : OOODK. Ko,,l Kstnte and IXMUI
The fair recently given by the ladles of -
will remain for a week or more, and will Agent for jUtna Lnmlim and IlverMH l and at the. elegant residence of Mrs George
the Guild of the Episcopal church, for take Miss Mable, daughter/ of Mr. Allen, GIoIeandInn,>erlal Fire Insurance. 8puoial, Saegor, on Wednesday last There wasa Call or write for price list

the benefit of the church and, was a pronounced with them, back to Palm Beach, where dent attention. paid{ to the Interest. of non-reei- full attendance and all report a very EAST (OAST MATTRESS::: FACTORTltnevl1lo, Fin
success, socially financially. they have a house rented and will keep pleasant afternoon
The hotel Biscayne was .
very tastefully house. -- -
decorated for the occasion, refreshments B2T" Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, Mr. McVeigh, claim agent for the F, -
daintily served, and dancing indulged in the pink paper of the East Const, will be E. O. K'y, paid! this place a visit on Mon Sebastian. MARRIAGES.
to a late hour. Sound advice to those who have kidney received at the Melbourne Postofllce. day lust adjusting claims for his com- : t,
and bladder troubles Is to take safe -
a pany. Mr. McVeigh Is a very pleasant
TheGrilling Bros ,who bought through sure medicine like Foley's Kidney Cure.It Messrs. F. 1\[. McKao and Frank Gau- gentleman, and made a good impression S. Ktfchlng has had his pier extended OANIKLH-TAYI.OK. 1
Mr.: Waddell three tracts of landoneof always benefits the kidneys. B. R. tier, and Master Gautler. of Jacksonville, on our people on his first here. out to deep water'-deep enough for any Attorney F. J. Webb, of this plnoo, '
9 acres at Little Rivar, $1,000; one of Wilson & Son. registered at the McBride cottage this vessel. which can navigate Indian River. joined\ in marriage on Wednesday l, the
80 acres on the Miami River, $500: ; and Some of our growers are Indebted to DM, Inst., Mr.\ James Daniels and lilies
another of 120 acres, $1,200, are well week. J. P. Beckwith, trafllo manager: of the F. II. B. Howard la hauling lumber out Ltllle M. E. Taylor, residents of the
known nurserymen, located at Jackson Hardeeville.Friends :Mr.\ and Mm. Sattonstall and the Mis* E. C, R'y, for complete copies of their to Klondike for lodge Jones, of Titus- suburbs of Tltusvlllo. Tho ADVOCATE
ville. Their intention is to start a nursery sea Murlal and Sophia:: Sattonstall, of pineapple tariff to the different markets. villa. The Judge has. a largo orange joins in wishing them a long and happy
on the 9 acres on Little River, and West Virginia, are still pleasant guestsof for which wo wish to show our apprecia !grove out there, and Is building\ a resi future.
to use the balance they bought for orange of W. B. Ord, of Danla, Fla., Hotel Carleton. tion.Mrs. once. -

groves.E. have tomatoes.received fram him some very fine Mr. Collins still continues to supply J. C. :Frank J< and little son, wife Miss Mnmle Bowman leaves us, this i'AINN-ImuicNlitII I',

A. Waddell sold to B. Genovar, of our people with plenty of fresh fish and child of one of Jensen's most prominent week, for her home In North Carolina.Wo .
On hint
St. Augustine, the lot known as the \Miami Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Anthony reporta dally. Ha also packs In Ico and ships merchants, was a )pleasant caller on aro sorry. to have Miss. How m II go, A Sunday, the 01 h Inst., Mr. Jas.
hotel site. This sale is one of the very pleasant visit at LaGrange: where some every day. Mrs. J. T. Waters, on Wednesday Last for she has won a host of friends, nnd Pulno, of Cocas: and Miss BeulahBou I
most important ones In the history of they attended the Golden Wedding of the We nre always pleased to haveour neighbors has boon unite an addition to our social. knight/ were married at the residenceof
holds Rev( A. I).
Butler Mr. E.
Rev and Mrs. Chun Join. Rev. E. W. now visit our burg. life. Penney, who oillclatod.
Miami, as Mr. Genovar intends to Im-
Branch's In the The wedding
P. responsible position was a great surprise to
prove this spot In the. near future, by A. S. Wilson has been shipping potatoes Melbourne Bank, while Mr. Branch and Our pineapple growers lire all hustling Capt. R. A, Hardoo has the finest their friends, ,and was rather a hurried
putting up a strictly first-class and modern the last few days. The yield from wife enjoy a summer's outing In the now, building, rebuilding and makingall young grove In the Slate, just one mile affair.. The groom cams up on the :J."Jfi:
hotel of at leant fifty rooms by building the amount planted Is better than any northern states. We all join In wishing kinds of Improvements preparatory from I ho d"J.ot. If you don't bvlleve train, and they were married and caught
a dock and further beautifying the we have hoard from elsewhere. R. N. them a pleasant titpand sure return. for the marketing of the pineapple crop, this statement come to Sebastian and the :a MO: train south, for Cooou' which
grounds, HO as to make it an ornament Simmons has also been shipping potatoesand which will open up about June the 1st, the Cnptalu will gladly prove this iwsur- place they will make their future home.
and credit) to Ml.iml. some very fine lettuce. Miss Eva F. Gates and her brother, It. and continue about eight/ weeks. We tk>n. fire bride Is well known In Tltusvllle,

Octave Fontaine, who purchased 15: Great anxiety has been felt for Mrs. G.W. P.the Gates past,week of Chicago very pleasantly, Illinois, have at the spent Mo- will have and the largest crop of several Judge Staples'. house warming was agrand where the has numerous friends, with
years, will bring large of whom tho
acres on Little River, through/ the effortsof Holmes, of Sharpes, by her many Bride cottage. Miss Gates has bought amount success, nearly every body In town AnvooAriD joins In wishing
E. A. Waddell, for $1,850, has returned friends, during her severe illness, and all 40) acres of land In South Melbourne, went help money to to the laboring growers, as well as a big/> attended, and had a big time. Tho Judge them a long life of happiness and) prosperity
home In Brussels, Belgium. If the are rejoicing to hear that she rs convalescent of John Goode's place, and seems well people.) had the llonr waxed and the dancing was ) ,
expert, which be will send here shortly and that the Doctor Is again pleased with her property and delightedwith The writer Is Indebted to the Centralof kept up 'till 1 o'clock. Refrushments -
to experiment the culture of pineapples carrying sunshine Into other sick rooms. Melbourne and its pleasant people. Georgia Hallway Co., for A very useful were soryod during the evening KNlrjIlfAUMOUH. '
in this section, reports everything satisfactory and ornamental calendar, and to the
Mr. Fontaine will purchase C>(00) Everyone is pleased with the new road Capt. and Mrs. West kindly gave the Ocean Steamship:: Co., for a very handsome A pretty homo wedding occurred ntJupltor
acres of land, on which Mr. Waddull has just opened along the river bank. The use of their fine hull, hint Monday even picture of one of their steamers, FRIENDSHIPACKNOWLEDGMENT on Monday" evening, at tillS resl-
given an option. He had, before his residents of Haulcevlllo are grateful to Ing, for a social dance, at which over which Is much appreciated." Both lines dunoe of Captain aid Mrs.[ Jan. A. Armour -
departure, also taken an option on a all those who planned it, and to those forty of our townspeople! were present.We have given our pineapple growers almost The occasion was the marriage of
$;,600 piece of property at Cocoanut who gave the right of way, as well as to aim noticed Miss Helen Valentine perfect satisfaction. In the past, and we Mr, Eugene. Knight/, to their daughter,
Grove, the sale of which rests. in the those who have done such good work" of Till maD ; and Mr. and Miss Yates, of will show our appreciation of same this "Frl nllllblp, mysterious cement of the Miss Bertha Lydla Armour. The bride
hands of Mr. Waddell. thus giving us a beautiful drive. Our Chicago, there. The ]ladles furnished refreshments season. soul, sweei'ner of life and milder of Is a beautiful and accomplished, young-
friends below do not seem nearly as faraway at about 11 o'clock, after society, I owe thee much." lady, whose pleasant ways and sunny
Great credit is due to our enterprising as in the daysof poor roads. which, dancing continued until midnight The experiences of the few days past disposition, have endeared her to all;
real estate dealer, Mr. Waddell, I o. only when all returned home voting Capt. and CURED A RUNNING SORE."] had have proven to u. that filendshlp Is a while the groom Is one of Jupiter's most
rattlesnakes have been
for the sales reported above, which have Several large Mrs. West most pleasant host and hostess a bad running sore on my breast for overa sweetener of hfo, and we owe It muoh, enterprising and epeigotlo young cltlEcns. )-
brought to, and permanently 10c"tedlo killed recently in this vicinity. Capt. J. and hoping for many more happy year," says Henry K. Richards, of Will- or more Hum before. The friends of Both of the young people are
this section, people of energy and meaDs, R. Anthony killed a very large one a few evenings, to be spent In the future In this seyvlllv, N. T: ., "and tried a great many LsOrango, Tltusvllle, Minis) and Turn- !great favorites in their community. The)
who by future efforts and improvements days go< lu his grove. Mrs. Anthonywas spacious hall. remedies, but got no relief until I used hull, to whom we referred tho '"hole happy pair. RU\ > to be congratulated, and
will show what Miami Is capable of, and sitting under a tree wilting, and on Banner :iUlvo.:: After using one half box, matter of the celebration of our Golden their hosts of frltinds wish thvm'all .
establish for her a name of belpg the looking up she saw the snake gliding Last Tuesday evening Cnpt. Claude I was perfectly cured. I cannot recommend Wedding, save only tho Invitation of a happiness mid good fortune pee.alblo
most enterprising town of Its age in the I past her, only a few Inches away. She: Boaujean, In his yacht, Ida May, took It too highly, and will never be a fewJilends from s distance: have our
south, but great credit Is due him, also, called Capt. Anthony who succeeded In the following: party for a moonlight sail without It In the house" B. R. Wilson. sincere gratitude for Its grand success. -- I
for his painstaking efforts of two yearsor killing it with his hlt!. Ic had eight/ rat- to Bayonne Plantation, the home of Mrs.I We well know that without considering IVIC8-0 IOll'! ,

more, and his success in establishing tles and a button. Amelia Valentine and family, where all work, thought or money, that success Our Sub,,stlan, correspondent says:
In our section an enterprise, which, if enjoyed a most delightful: social evening Rockledge. was attained, and, culminated an occasion The prettlnsc wedding of the season
successful, of which there can hardly be FAMILY JARS are more often the result of muslo and dancing: Mesdames Kate that for several reasons was unique, was held In the Congregational church
any doubt, will be of great value in giving of Indigestion than anything else.. Truitt, Geo. M. Brown and It. W. Howe, A. E. Hartwell and daughter have tender delicate Thursday, at high noon, when Mr. II. J.
Miami another step forward. The Dyspeptics. are usually irritable, nervous, Misses\ Maude Powell, Eva (bates. Mattie north. returned ble. Ives led Miss Madle Canon to the altar,
enterprise referred to is called The Crystal cranky individuals who make trouble for Brown, OHa! Trultt, Annie end Jessie of White's words: "Friendship has u Revs. W. A. Louder and W. T. Lnlne, ttllolatlng. -
Rock Manufacturing Company, of all thoso around them. Dr. Loyal Ford's Goode, Alllo Nicholson, e..ra. Harry Miss Ellison, after spending the season power to soothe aHIIotloD I In her darkest The bride was Miami, Florida. The company bought, Dyspepticlde makes the stomach right WlllhiRht, A. J. bonnie, J. A. lloke, Jr., hero, lion returned north. lour." The evening of our life will be and carried a bouquet of white rosoa; the

through Mr. Waddell, a tract of land, and restores health and happiness in the John Nicholson, Ernest Taylor, Joseph Mr. Nolce Bristol, sinter and niece brighter because of the friendship shownus groom wore the usual black. The churchwas
from which they purpose to cut stone household. B. R. McAllister, II. 1'. Gate and Dr. Peek. left, Tuesday, for New York. on May Oth And 7th. decorated with palms, and white and
suitable for building purposes, side ----- We thank you all; we love you all rod oleanders. The bride and groom
walks, curbstone. etc. From the fact UNABLE TO WOKfC-Clias. Replogle, Bert Merwin, of Eden, was In town for May the choicest blessings of Henven be were married under A large bell made of
that the rock lea beautiful creamy white, Bovine. of Atwater, O., was unable to work on I a few days the first of the. week. yours. Thauks for your sentiment, your white satin and covered with white roses.

that It will probably be attainable at a account of Kidney trouble After using Mr, and Mrs. Osceola Currier left last material expression of the occasion, your Ever seat in the church was occupied.
lower figure than brick, that enquiriesare residence Foley's Kidney Curo four days he was week for their New Jersey home. presence, your kind reception and entertainment J. O'Nell and 'fhl.... Hull, of Ojus, Harry'
coming In from all parts, showing the Mr. PUtt Is building a seven cured.. B. R. Wilson & Son. of ])1'.. Forbes and Geiger: ; Sample and Stanley Kltrlilng were the
faith of builders and public In general, miles south of Bovine, near the prairie. ------ Mrs. E. A.. Chatfleld and Mrs.. Brrck and we beg the privilege of thanking ushers. After the ceremony the wedding .

it can readily be seen that the enterprise The saw" mill, which was formerly at There Is but one Chronic Disease spec. closed Sunshine cottage on Saturday, Pastor Hughes and Ms people for their dinner was served at the home of
Is a more than a probable success. Part Pineda has moved nine miles north of lalist of note In Florida-Dr. Vincent, of and left for their northern home. presence at the wudilllng, and the Titus- the brltlt".l\'randmuther\ : J, A. Hudson
of the machinery Is on the ground already herb. Jacksonville. Write him for symptom George Hlgidn came up from Nassau vllle Band for Its presence the evening aud about twenty-five guests did

part at the depot here now, the had the blanks. lost week, roil Is In town for a few day., following. J Justice to this splendid repast. The
hydiopboblu -
Stewart's dog
balance on the road, and work as to clearing Eugene: killed before looking: after business interests. Young says: "An/els/ from friendship happy couple left on the evening train
the grounds to be ready for operation and was promptly :I Fort Pierce. gather half their joy." for Miami. Mr. Ives Is merchandising at
has been commenced, under the personal anyone was bitten. Miss Cornelia Magruder returned Saturday \v. N. CiiAirtioix AND BIIIDK': Ojus and, Is also the postmaster' there,
supervision of Mr. Black, of Boston, Eugene Stewart, Allen Livingston and from a delightful visit with her of fifty years ago. The bride taught.. school there this winter -
Mass.! the general manager of the com- John Smith:! went, Friday last, over to J. Revels and E. Milton have openedan brother, II. J. Magruder, at Oak II111. and became Infatuated with Ojua,

pany, who arrived here a few days ago. Nanlers to a grand picnic. They went ice cream parlor In town. A horse belonging to C. 1) Magrudergot / PRIMARY IN EDEN PRECINCT. and thereby we loose one of our most

across Lake Washington.We W. Hogg and family, of WaveUnd, are away a few days ago, but was caughtat charming daughters.Don't .

THE MOST STUBBORN Coughs resulting are proud of the pink paper for advocating visiting relatives In this town. Tl'usvllle and returned to the owner, The primary to elect delegates to the
from attack of In grippe or canal from Indian River to throw away your money buying
an tbe Mrs. W'. M. Merwla and
sister and
Some large haul. of mackerel have two county and Senatorial conventionsto
patent medicines. ]) Vincent's advice
heavy cold, must yield to the wonderful and Lake Washington, which will be the been made outside the last few days. Mls Luke left, Saturday, for' the north. be held at Tltusvllle, Cocoa and Fort alone Is worth gallon r. of "cure all'
healing properties of Foley's Honey cause of reclaiming thousands. of acres ( Mr. Merwin came far Jacksonvilleto /
aao as fierce, respectively, resulted In the election
Tar, which strengthens the lungs and of the best land In Florida. Mr. ]Martin! left, Tuesday, for the north meet than. of the following delegates: stir?[. Write him at Jacksonville
makes them sound. B. R. Wilson &: Son. after a few months' visit to his pineapple -- ',4
To Tltusvllle .
passed off quietly at convent. >, May UV :
The primary very Hancock I
L. D. of Lotus has movedup
plantation. I'rlmary rixctlon:' at FurtlM'. ..
Eau Gallie, on the 5th Inst. W. R.Koesclr here for the summer, having receivedthe \ R Hsrdee, T J OeStuben.To rr<
was nominated for Justice of the The Rev. :Mr. Laneheltl services In the contract for the addition to the New the Cocoa convention gust 21 : At .
Banyan.The Would continue Methodist church last W It Hardee, T J lJe'itubton. a primary election held at Fort
Peace, as It. J..Stewart ,! not Sunday, to large Rocklodge Hotel. Pierce lost
to serve. This district Is too Uw congregations.A/ To the Fort fierce convention, AugustS Thursday by Democratic '1
abiding to keep 0. justice more .than one Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Jerome have I : W It Hardce, W D Edwards, Dr voters of Precinct No. V, the following
following delegates were elected number of onr young folks paid the moved from the Goodyear house Into the llaney. delegates were elected:
at the primary held here on the 5th: term. ocean a visit on Tuesday night, enjoyinga Osterley[ cottage, which they have rented The candidates for these conventionswere For the County: Convention at Tltos-
G. Ronald, to Tltusvllle convention; T'I beautiful moonlight sail on the Indian for the coming year. as follows, with the number of ,1110,1'0.,16. : W J Tucker, D J, Alderman -
A. Booth, to Cocoa convention; C. Story of a Slave. River. votes received by each candidate: i S Bryan, ILL Brown, A A Ford,
Provost if rs. H. McChesney and daughter Mrs.R. A II .
and P. A. McMillan, Fort Pierce Lowry.For
convention. To be bound hand and foot for years Some of oar citizens are asking. why r.:. A. Crelghtoo, left lust Monday for For the Tltusvllle convention:: W R the County Convention at Coco
by the chains of disease is. the. worst form Bethel J. Stewart does not come out as Cincinnati after having the Hardee. 22i; T J DeStuben, 111; W IIKdw ,
spent past August 111: 0 V Olm.telAd K B Raulor-
I ; isA W F Richards 4 :
of George D. Williams, of Manchester representative. Let him answer through r< ; ; II Whlpplo,
slavery. :our months at White' Cottage.Mrs. I son, W II Harris, A M James
Prevented A Tragedy. Mich., trills how such a slave the columns of the ADVOCATE. :JT: ; V Moore, 1. R Sample
made free. He : "My wife baa I J. S. Davison and Frank William, For the Cocoa convention: W R Har Andrews John Wynn.
Timely Information given Mrs. George was for says five that she Quite a party of our citizens paid a alter' spending some time here ss tbe ,dee, 24: ; T J Detuben,19; W D Edwards, Delegates to the Senatorial Convention:
Long, of New Straltsvllle, Ohio, preven- been so helpless In bed years alone. After surprise visit to Mr. Goodwin and wife guests of !Ir. and Mrs. E. M. Breese, ::Ii; W F Richards, 4. W J Tucker, K B Kaulerson, W B Cross. .
could not turn over
ted dreadful and saved two last week. The host and hostess enter.tared 1 G Tucker Luolan Baker
a ,
tragedy .
bottles of Electric Bitters, she nave returned to their home In Johns For the Fort Pierce convention: W R ,
her lives. A frightful! cough. had long kept Is using wonderfully Improved and able to do them with some of their fine town: Pa., Hardee, :21. ;: T J DeStuben. 13; W D Edwards
awake even' night. She bad tried her own work." This supreme remedy ongs. IlJi; Dr Haoey. 13; WI' Richards, Pneumonia follows la grippe but never'
many remedies and doctors but steadily for female diseases quickly core* nervousness III rnarck'. Iron Nerve. .Si; T V Moore, S; II Whipple, 2. In the follows the use of Fol.v's Honey and ,
,grew worse until urged to try Dr. King'sNew sleeplessness /melancholy, It Saved Ills J>jr. Was tbe result of Ids splendid h.alth.t t tie vote between T J DeStuben, W D Tar, the great throat and: lung remedy. ,0>' r 1(
Discovery. One bottle cured ber, and of Oa. J Ed!: wards and Dr llaney, Mr. DeStuben B. R. Wilson ft Son.gteamshlp. t
and she writes this marvelous medicine headache backache, fainting dizzy P. A. Danforth, LaGrange, suffered Indomitable[ will and tremendous energy/ ...
also attackof spells. This miracle working medicine Intensely for six months with a are not found where stomach, kidneys, withdrew In favor' of Dr Ilsoey, .
cared Mr. of
Pbenraonia. Long Such a severe positive Is a godsend to weak, sickly run down frightful running sore on his leg, but I liver and bowels are out of order. If you Tbe above tabulated vote given for Ticket ra:!
proof of the matchless cares merit are of this people. Every bottle guaranteed. Only writes that Bucklen's Arnica salve cared want these outlines and the success they t the benefit of the public. "" >'
for all throat, chest 60 cents. Sold by B. ft Wilson 4 Son, IS In ten day. For ulcers, wounds, boils, bring, use Dr. King's New Life PI1U. A VOTER. Two steamship tickets: for sale; first
and long troubles.curing :5Oe a- $1.00. druggists.Do, barns, pain or piles Its the beet salve In They develop every power of brain and class; Brunswick to New York and return V''
Every bottle guaranteed.Only Trial Bottles the world. Cur.oarantNd. Onlv25c.. body. Only Me at II. B. Wilson sit Son's If In poor health consult Dr Vincent., ; cbeap. Mallory Line Apply to ,f
filter drinking water t Hold by B. R. Wilson fc boo, druggists. store. )Mohawk; building Jacksonville Fla.
free at B. B. Wilson A: Son' drug store. yon your drug ADAOCATH Office, Titusvllle, Fla. '. t.i


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hundred bushels tor. cut four fret long and unspllt. It .. .
baa cost me many a bard lift and bard

Potatoes remove knock to learn the things: said la this Florida East Coast Ry7

letter. I have but one object In writing

It, and that la to give other the ..wy
eighty pounds of "actual" Potash TIME TABLE NO. 25. IN EFFECT APRIL 11. 1900.
benefit of my experience, says an Ob '

from the soil. One thousand Farmer writer. yl'ey? SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down.) (Bead Up) NOBTH BOUMD.

o.1/0/ at' .7SNO.W:
: pounds of a fertilizer containing The Conlaar Maple Savar ....... .n Daily 1Jo&iii STATIONS. Daily Dally
As lost spring was a .J m ezaU exHuTWIplOMa:
8 "actual" Potash poor sap season 9Jq CQ..114 TpT( & v..... ... Jacksonville .......Ar
% the poorest I have known for many 4 .',/ F p C) 10 4fm ArID ....... be. AaRiutiiie: ,......Lv 55i>p II 4l>a H
years, no doubt many orchards will He Ctr4 Siv' MMIt ...... Bt. Aogtntln..dtr 6lbp f 4tial .
will supply just the amount t't B67p Ua,Lv.: ....... H.et .nice .........: jv 61Up II l U6a ........ hl Q
destruction aiij> u .....'AT....... East! Palatka, .. ... IIM\: ;\! 84HaTSS :I Q
needed. If there is a de- -: g T l: .... :"! .!!'!" .......... ..Lv 'T iiP Cod CI"t C
many cases of the small yield. It Is +3.J:: a sly 11 16. tt:'"...... .1"al... ..... ,.1.1 ,, .Ar 1141' (sue .,.+. p ;

true that defollage la serious r 0 TliGp--t. ...'.....J-4UI Mltt0........ ..1A f1ij H
: of Potash there will be a damage g.
ficiency 3 t, hq p t ef.i; ( 0 ..... ........ 11.II .t.eo.u u..... I' ,'A q 'il* ht:
to trees. But, Irrespective of damageby .a TI1iP 11 4IJa y....... alatka......... r 6'15j) :Site; .. 10 co
,. a falling-offm the crop. worms, It was a poor sap season all Ct J.4 12p: .tIIIp" ......mood.......... .. tCp f ilia 0 b
o / I If ......... ... .... "
the same. In those oicbards where the G) Yip Up .. a tone .r.. 8 tip 704ft064a 0 '"
We have some valuable I rn d USp i2 v If ........1.0"' Or..rll.. ........ 8 tip ot"R
( worms bad not worked we failed to secure N cd ebm: 14.1' .........L'i_ Smyrn......... It 820pllOUn aNa( 0 i
one good run, and In this localitywe a E-4 11611' twip ..........08. HiU.......... OWp KM., p tQ
,: books telling about composition UI IIUllp Stop ....... ..'1'hwonU.'.......... 8261 llIUa r
did not have even one first class I Q) ..... .,...,....City Point......... ...... (IIa
and value of fertilizers sap day. r'. OJ ,..... 81Ahp/a p ." ......... GIMXM. ....." 1 IMp ...... ly -
t use /a : J.4 ....... 8rip: ..... ..... ........ 1ip..e.' .. 0 Jj: td;
In consequence of this our market ht /a p 0 ...... 81121' ........ ..EetDalre......... llUp.un. td ....
for various crops. They arcIc' empty, and maple goods are high. .... re ...... t 01pttHIp ..........Melbourne........., IUllp u.... : ...... ttVp\ ..........BoHeland......I.I. 111141... ...... N\ i
NOw, these being the conditions end a b .!! ..114 ...... 4Ho ..-....... B..a- lan........ It ... P. 0
sent free. first class sap season being expected: N < nil 013 gf .q ...... .Ap .........Fort, W.roo......... It 11 tI.'ifo ..,,..
f,;;, GERMAN KALI WORKS as natural signs Indicate and as 0 ..... 8Ulp ........... Tibbal....... :. IOM ..... :Ci..!: tpH
W, pp N.-.. St.,New York. prices will be well up let every sugar H; ...... easp ............\100........... ,..... c to i"
tQ ...... ............ .... It 0
if. maker do his best In N oI"OJICIn .... ., 10lilla ......
--- -- "- -- this lino and trust Q) ..... 6201' .......... ..!;tout. ........ ]Ut!o ..
Tri-Weekly Sailings
Free and results, urges a Vermont maple sugar 0 ...... 8 sup .......Hobe t bound........... 10Ita.?.,"... tQ
I maker In o ...... TO.IP ..... WBHO Jupttvr. ..... lQOa:! .
The New 0
Accepted A\\till// Masons. England Home ; ...... '1"1'i .". ......estI'almR.aui.. ... It 1/21. ...... a p
\\ *,*$ stead. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. H; ...... Sap .. .,. ..... Boy B to a .......... y "0'11' ......
r .... .,/. ... .. .p.
To Prevent _r1_ tq ....;;I glrlip/ .......'.-ort, Landeidai...;... BUNS ...... '
Freezing la .
: Indian Cellnra.There at Charleston, S. C., both ways) .... 9dp ........Lemon Uitjr...'''" 711I''" "a'., P
No. 00 are times when It seems almost r14 ...... If5ll1'Ar..Mlaml..L.. Tliu ,.... .....
Impossible to prevent vegetables The Finest Steamships Coastwise Service Biiitutt Pitrlor, pars on Tralnn M and 7*

,t'" RIver 'M S TItusvllle\ from: freezing la the cellar. Of course, Between Mew Smyrna and Orange Between Tttnsrllle and Sanford.

. JU&C having doors and windows tight and a ------ City Junction. e

: \ Lodge / \ Florida.HoMM banking around the wall on the cold The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. No.3 o. STATIONS.tu4 >'o. INo.f' No.11uuaLv. STATION: S." No l IJ

, UN meeting the aoonnil.and fourth Fri.Beyer sides does 'uiucH to prevent this but Direct bervlce Between "'ii7I P ; ; ET.l'"w bnyrna..Ar IMUp "'ttlftp" ............. Tltn..vlU.. ....,..... rip
F.. eaubunnth, a\ the.. Indian Itlrvr hotel, 40111' 11 Ala. Lake H..lun..Lv 11: 506p Tllla ........... .Mima.., ...........
Tltunvlll" when
at 7aeo'olark: ) l> 111. that "coldest day slues we coo'remembel' t2up: UOOpI: : ...... ... .
SStn .
A. A. HUiwart, WorBlilpful Maetst.i Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points .Orange City. 1l4""j 4 up .O..t.J.m............ a ..
! comes unexpectedly It 42hp 1211.IAr.O..uw..IJ'y.Jct.. : 5 up BUet .. ... ., ., 11STa
! H. Wlliton ns "'' '" '" "
: Run lor warden.
i J. It. Wnlker,Junior Warden. does so times the All truiii V )twe...n Mew bjnyrn: and Orange OBOaAr ........ .I 00u
f, many are (Calling at Charleston S. 0., both.WD'II) City Junction, daily .
J. M. Jlxon. Tr apt Sunday.
"r 11 aurar. that All trains between Tltufivtlle
F. A. Morgan, many ore not well prepared for It. Sanford
.;. J. L. Carriitliern. Senior D F.F. R.A. imsley. ,Junior Deacon. l lanterns, lighted and burning will(1 do Northbound' .,............._,.........,. .,.... ...... .. .. from foot of Hogan Street Jacksonville. '' trains Theoe Time 1'"blabow ba the time, at which
Clmiroo I Btewarde. 1 NoW4Ti: p ti A IONS. No i o.lx may peot4Kl to arrive and
I C. If. Walton much to give a warmer tempura'ture, 6/.ip /.. .v....,as'mvl/to. Ar -100u.-tom' depart from the .several itatlnna Des
A. KroHulmr,Tylor.Rim and one or two tuba of water put down Clyde's St. Johns River Line. 1 lay 10l Boil! Ar .Pulilo !Beoth..Lv: { 7ttiivl 4U(JJp( .stated their arrival Is not tcuaranteed or departure nor at dora the the Com'

there will do nearly as much. The first AU tmlim between Jacksonville und Pablo pans hold Itself responsible for any delay or
throw off an active beat' and the watera BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SAXFOUD. )Cvu'b.ully o..x'pt Hundity.For any cnnttBquenrea. arising therefrom.

. .Wt bi Intent heat Not until the water la Jacksonville Palatka,Sanford, Enterprise] Fla.and Intermediate, landing ou the J'obn'iRiver. J. P.BKCkWITH ooiiy+ of iiM-al, Trultto tine sir Manager.1 call on Tickut AgoutM. or uUJraiw J. D. BAHNKB.A. OvP. A

I :f9'.t: frozen will. anything else freeze, there. STEAMER St. AnluHtln.

Iti! : ..1 Set the stove or lanterns on the bottom "F11EI)'K: eUAItV.." STKAJ1SHU' LINES.
q ;El..I of the cellar, as heat rises and see that GAIT. w. A. SHAW.
W. ( they cannot set Ore to anything./ Leave Jaokmnvllle 8:30: ".In., Bundny.,TuesdayandThursduyg.Leavo Florida East Coast Steamship Co.

, .. Sanford 8:00 a.m? R'nterprlse: 9:3D a. m., Monday, Wedue* fir:x Noveltlen In "._.'r,.. Par...., K.. ---- PROPOSED' SAILINGS i
BURNING OUT STUMPS. In Elsie Hoe's fashions In The Jewel Passenger Ticket Office. 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.W. BETWEEN niAMI AND KEY WEST.

,.' Tbtng. an Ohio Farmer Learned by e rs' Circular occur the following: H. W WARBURTOX T. P. A.:, ...M.IRO l\r10Nl1R.\ : JR., 'Ia.Pa**.ARt.. Leave Miami Sunrtnyn. TuPHclnvB! Werlae'+v1ays and Friday. .. ... .....................11:00 p. m.
Il State Be,, New' York.. I 20t West Hay ttt.,JaokwmvlUe. Via. Arrive Key Went MumUyii.WeilueKdaya. .. .
. Hard Quite the swell affair of the momentIn Thursdays and tiaturdaya .... .......... -00p.nl..
1.111m .
and Knuvfca.Flr 0.P,LOVKLL Aut.Fla. 8ui t., I JOllX. L. HO WARD, dupnrtntnndeue. Leave Key Wrist. ThurHdny and ..... .., ...... ... .. ... .. .
I line Sundays .. ........ .......... Z.-OOt: ).
Its In I m.
: t, I would not use dynamlto or length' the very fine chain of extra TIIEO.JnckaonTllle U. KOKK. T.Fla.M., A Howling Green Foot,New Hogan York.Bt. Jacknoovllle, Fla. Arrive Miami. Frlduyn. and Monday.*..... ... ....... .. ........... .. .... ............IIOOa.1Q,
punctuated with cnbocbontuniuolscs
.' any other explosive been uno It Is too WM. P CLYDK CO.,Oeuarml Attrntm. .
, expensive l and dangerous. 'rom< 10 to or carbuncles. And those Cli.. ibroneh Building; ll> 8tat St.. New font <,111110. Ualawar. Av., Philadelphia. BETWEEN MIAHI .AND HAVANA.
wearers who note each passlu'c' wave SOUTHBOUND STEAMERS TOUCH
. --- ---------- ----- NORTHBOUND SAIL
75 cent Is too much to to ; .
: money pay of social .
"', caprice attach at most! two DIRECT HAVANA TO MIAMI.
Yet rId of a stump. I would. not evenelll'o pendants to their
chain but these must Ocean Steamship Co. L .yellllnml Sundays and Wed ln-my.*............................... ................... ll:00pm.
to have them split BO as to start be of tbo richest and most beautiful or Arrive Havana Tueaday and. Fridays........._........................................ 6 a0.. m.
tbo Ore lu tho center of the clump. I quaint and rare. *" Leave Havana Tuesdays! and Frldavi .................................................. 11:00.: m.
would tako an ax and cut a notch In a It Is not unusual for flashing gems "Savannah Line" Arrive Miami Wednesdays andBntiirdays............................................... 6.-00 a. IQ

spur rootvhera I wanted to start alire. to form a continuous line of light and follow While it lit the Intention of tho FlorlJa. Lest. Coast Steamship Company to have their ship
regular "Buhudule UtI aUvurtlH, the line the
reserves right at all times to
I would then take anything that color across the back of the baud asevery Fast Freight and Luxurious Passenger Route their Hhipn or change minor.sailing day. without notioe, and to substitute any steamer withdraw when
linger allowed Its from nec.ry; our will the line bold itnuif rmponxlblo for detention of its
was bandy and start a small fire lu may quota in rl..pI\rmr. any steamer or delay

4 this notch then keep on renewing of rings provided always that they Florida to New York Boston and the East. ---.------ -- .- -_._-- .
are tastefully chosen with reference
this flre adding larger chunks as the tone
o another.
stump began to get hot and a largo coal Southern '
daintiest In cigarette .
formed. When tho coal ou the stump
canes for the femininecontingent are
becomes good find hot, put one stick ou those of soft, undressed leathers Indelicate

at a time. do around among your gray or tan tones with fastening -Railway.

tumps often enough' to keep the Urea l jeweled with a turquoise

from !going out until they are well Bewildering, fascinating and altogether -

started and then once or twice a day Indescribable are the soft DIRECT LINE--QUICK TIME

Is sufficient hades of color shown In the tiudressed

I never kept an account of tin cost leathers used for chatelnluv bags and ;I.revl n6ttutnetvlw mn -TO-

or time that It took to burn out a purses. WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA,

atump or any given number of them': Almost Invisible platinum mounting NEW YORK CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE
Is employed AT-
with'PI'1 fine Jewel ID
but I It I were taking Jab to clear land II'csrt
ring] / : corsage ornaments, plus etc. LANTA. BIRMINGHAM. MEMPHIS. CHATTANOOGA
as we used to do I would be glad to gut
The fancy for setting diamonds or
5 cents extra each to burn the
oven out ST.
t other brilliant stones In the Jaws of
: ; Leill... .iPo-rt
In I
stumps. fact see DO reaaou why
a griffin or lion Is a striking one. and'all Points East and WeiL
' It should cost a perceptible amount Every variety of chatelaine arrangement SHORT RAIL RIDE TO SAVANNAH. .

more to do so than not to burn them. Is lu
high popularity Just now. Thence via Ship from Savannah NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS
since, once the Ore In started there Is ------- Balling : SERVICE LIKE THIS !

no way to get rid of a log so ruslly as Crete Racing at Paris. 4 The New York and Florida
to put It agalnit/ tho stump or partly The cycle racing season lu 'Paris this C Ships'each week ,

bunted large lug and let It burn with year will open on JUlie 1. It will last Via Savannah sad Charlotte. X.o.
for four' The New York and Florida United
mouths during which time :
tho rest. From my experience I would TC JS1"E"V'U' YORK.
rare meets will be. held every Sunday. Via Savannah and Charlotte x.o.
think where two or more hand.antltt'aml ,
used For the world's championship races :: : "W3ZJ323IS.:: Uo; :: ::E3C>STC>J.\T-f3' The United States Past Mail
are on a farm winter and
that to take 100 oak which will be held In Paris I In' April All ticket agents and hotels aro supplied with monthly nailing schedules. Via Savannah and Charlotte, N.C.
summer, out
prices to the value of more than 10. ,Write for The Cincinnati
general Information, Bulling schedules stateroom reservations or call on and Florida Limited
tamps' rnuulng from three to six feet 000 will lie awarded. Hundreds of ,
across the stump; Bay tour feet from cyclists from all! parts of the world Tronic Manager, Ocn'l At. Traffic Department, ?____ Via J.uy.

the ground need not be over from $:S will gather there for these races. The Savannah Ua. 2J&V.. Day St., Jacksonville Fla. Through Vestibuled Trains.-Pullman Drawlnj-Room Sleeping Car.

to $10, while lu doing BO every old colony American riders In Paris .
------------ Through Coaches -Elegant
Dining Cars.
stump, old gate or bar pout, us well as will be large, but It Is expected! that ----------

vory old uuuljgbtly thing about a there will be plenty of them left at

farm that Is made of wood could be home to make the circuit meets IIUCpII"rnl Florida Central and BETTER TIME AND .BETTER SERVICE THAN EVER BEFORE.

unt>d as fuel much to the Improvementof <<, __

the appearance of the farm. "', Ie-'Pt. Through, Pullman Sleeping Car ... ......'Jaobionrllle and Claoin

But to /get the work done. as cheaply! nail O., Via A.hevllle.N. C., and Knoxville,, Thr _Kh

a. I speak of It would have to be done "THE LAND OF THE SKY."
, systematically and at times when the Peninsular Railroad.Unexcelled
hand aiul teams would otherwise be You Through Train via Sontnern Railway are BOW Operated In eonneetlen with

Idle. To burn stumps out as wo SIIR- 1 the Plant System from Jaokcenvllle.
Kent patience Is requlrt'd on the start. service from Florid: to all points

But keep on. and lu time the stump For Rat.., 8cbedttl".and
Information caJ1
will get hot and bold the lire and help k need not lose flesh in summer North East and West. A. OIRAKDEAU. T. P. A.. on or or&lJc1re.W. T.
Itself In many ways. lu my work of OOSBT. T. P: A..
the kind,1 I always carried a rather J (if f you use the proper means RANDAL au w." Bar Street. Jacksonville Fla.

light sharp nx When I went to a $ to prevent it. You think n GULP CLIFTON DUlriot Passenger Agent, Savannah.'Oa.
stump I struck the burning part of the can't take Two Trains daily between Tampa Jacksonville Savannah anti Columbia carrying Tr.Qle, alanall8r. A' Gell.TURK_: 8 tt HARDWICK.nxhlnir'on. :.
you i- \ V A-0. GeL P-
stump with the bead of the us: fo as to \ D C uhinrtnn. D. -.. Aa M
EMULSION in hot Pullman Drawing' Room Sleeping c\MI. connecting Columbia With sleepers for r A.Iaatalla
knock the oonU oft. Then I would weather afr _
strike!. the bit of the ax Into the chunks but can take it and di -- -

\\."'. and where logs/I wanted and than them.lift I or had roll the,thorn nu-u jest you it as well in summer as Washington, Baltimore, Phila. and New York.Also MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

'. with the teams tU the hauling and 1 in winter. It is not like the, Florida New York.
attended to the Urea with Cincinnati! ;Sleeper: via Asheville.
ualntf economy plain cod-liver oil which is 1 Philadelphia and Boston.
with the fuel The as'I would
Mine don nt the hums mimo tire. t difficult to take at any time. J rn.nl tirnn.wlrk (illrect),to Ne r York.

.l'. If I were taking a job of several I bun. $ If you are losing flesh. | "Dixie Flyer" z !i1 Lt,, 1 ', Z PASaEYGERRERYSCY.U .
; '
Bred stun>p". I Miouli) nut care much! you are losing ground and 5 b, Tr male. cooun"cotlllnll with .tto."' ....... have Jaek..vllla
ns to whether they were or dry 1\"I..n Uelet)sn Triune via. I S6a a.
aye (t..nberl..n.1 Rote)
unless It should LK such as sugar; or you needScoff's 1 1i Through Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louie via '((1 4 r.Fernnndina'm. I1'lnnt At Sv.re.n 1:3U 1';.arrive.... I\Ip.I I>rl1 .em FWICK. r..e.llMHt.; or/. "Pa."enge".n RaIl'+ tad.a

leech which when dry will burn out 1 Lake City Macon Atlanta and arrlvollOt Ilruo".lck goUlrvctly aboard tcamer.
with IHUi or no trouble.VhlU1! I never ]! Chattanooga
kept tub ou font or time of huiuluiitump I Emulsion PItONF.l" FILINGS.v.
Making connections for Kansas sod all
Chicago .
points In the Northwest. Sew
*. I would say that from" ::.1 to ;LO York. Pier 21 K. IL.3OOp.: m., ( t" c\artl Time.) L- Rr.wML

days would be vultlcU-ut to burn out *: and must have it to keep I'D j, : : .... ...... ......... ....
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:y.l'.tr. .lIln f1RA"RE... ...:..... .. .
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............ .Fr..A"JF1'I"a
oilk of. four ..
nil stump to six feet Through service between ; ..
say sleeping car Jacksonville and ..... .
Yew Orleansvia .OhARArs, ... ... .
flesh .. .
3 your and strength. If \ 16...... .... ............... .. ............ ,. .
Herons. at the place of cutting It. If .RIU IlKA""! .. ...... .. "
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Friol ... .. FtNI
River ay. C 2\ .... ...._.. y. ..
Junction and .. .. ....
Fensacola. .
the flump U old and dry. (the spur| roots you have been taking it and % For .. CeLORAt { ..... ................''a). *

can 11t' taken out with the a.x: and used prospering on it, don t fail to ? Full Information application to any agent of this company. general Inforioatton.team..lraln...rat..., .ro..-.t'ly to

a* fuel to advantage. If the anIII 2 continue until thorou oil BASIL niLL, Agent 52ftV.. Bay I'It.J..avlll.' .
are j
A. O. )1 cl1 :
you cD L.
kt'p.1't'U down to the ground! the top .Shipman H.H.RAYMOND nanenl SonUifrn Agent
( Brun.wirk,Oa.
of the; stump run U* split oIT with the hly strong and well CJo P.R.W.U.LIIRY.t: : To.
nm. Pier
fI.E. T.
nx nod nwd nil fuel; .nt'r 1\ good t.v. "C.
formed ou the stamp t would 1111O liefbave f JCOTT& OWNE",, Omnuu.. 1I.... ........" S. .,,'" ---- -- ----

green wood say a foot; Ja dJ wtt-
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=TTI IAN RIVER I30TE Timer. !t. Sown! that blooms by nigld
,, When all the lust It .\\11, .
HOUSES BUILT LONG AGO. And dims their wlnti. dl.lllL ,

INDIAN RIVER, It The loYolh noire not of the busy glare| noon ot day beautiful family hotel will open for the 19th season, under the game

r P.... For Trunxfornitnix. Old F.ek.: Alone revealing lu pure heart management, on Juno lit, liMX)
n / FLORIDA. Unto th. Lads. moon.V T New plumbing, with the latest Improvements, has been put In througbouttime
loved Cio.eu-Two Arramw -
4 i entire bonito, anti It has: also. boon newly painted and refurnished.
.innt. on PkvHalngc .nd Convenient hen other Mononii ll. Hi r..t. The hotel accommodates two hundred guests (at reasonable rates) and has
Modern Line. It watches Ilk* a saint live hundred feet of shady pluzra. '
1" G. BAST Proprietor
And ill night long It wrarir not b
In many houses built years ago are Until lh. ihi.lown taint. Time location, opposite Windsor Hotel on South Broadway, I Is one of the best '
"e == to be found closets extending from the 11 other nil It what they may., In Saratoga and only ono ck/rom all the principal springs.
r w Iliipv, it.r It U to n,.. For tI'mlll\nt\ other particulars: address .
The hotel fronts the .
on floor nearly to tbe ceiling Inclosed bya
only when the morning comesFrom ,
a T wide sweep of bay(7( miles door and generally filled with lu swat luk le! fm.l }'. ar.; SUAREZ'Saratoga Springs, N. Y.
,', s I' In
formed the
), by
shelves. These closets In many cases
1 Indian River It *\ other flomrt win the pale.*
making a are shoal affairs, the shelves extending Of Imiiittter mirth and long MANHATTAN ItKACH N. Y.
rlpI c delightful summer re ,--- My blnnom Iliihu\ the thorny path ._ __ 0-- __ ___. ____ (
1a sal X ilM u sort. Constant cool --
? Of grlefa unhappy I thronir
u breezes from the sea and ..ey And when I dm! It toot iileep, ...Manhattan Itciicli Nuopt l>y Ocean llrocxcs.' .. .
Rla1 R bay. Flowing (sulphur U'hlle suns are shining brtcht.
n t ms n t II .' m ,,. American' }>Inn.
I apt Ings. Spech l.summer I know 'twill\ waken 'hen I dream ..
rx tt dry a rates. And guide. me IhmuKh the night. ORIENTAL HOTEL JON P, OKKAVKS: Jlaiinger. Also Manage
-C. Q. It, In Chicago New. ot Hotel Alouznr, fc!:>t. Augustine, Flat: JIManhattan

--- ---- THE CRASH OF HEAVY GUNS. Beach Hotel European{ Plan.

JACKSONVILLE.Merritt's T. F. bEU.KCK, Manager.
Fearful Strnln off the Conen..lon
I",,on the ftrrvvi and lOnrc. Grand Conceits, Favorite" Operas, Brilliant Flrewoiko. (itch, Ocean Bathing, .

The stunning report of each gun ns t Sailing, Fishing, Homing, Ulcjcllng;, He. Fifty minutes from New York. ;
OLD CAitr.icTox.... I
Hotel Rathbun rsw Is flivd Is that
It something n strangeron Temperature' seldom varies from 70 degrees. Just the.place to spend the .... .
New the deck will long remember. There '
Jacksonville, Fla. Is an old snylng. "donf\ as a post. Summer. For Information address Omen of the Company, 10J: Urond'y N. Y.

Now, In the royal navy, this Is changed
Market and Bay Streets, fronting St Johns River. plaa. "
% American to "deaf o* a captain. '
ELECTRIC ELEVATOR, Street Cars from Depot pass the door. No am n caD go through a long seriesof

Family hotel; steam heat. OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Grill gunnery practices without having r ,
bas bearing very seriously affected. HATHAWAY INN DKAL; I1EAUIT X.-J.
rooms attached Florida trade ,
especially catered for. Rates from Some wen put cotton wool In their ,

$2.60 to $1. per day. Special rates by the week or month............. \ 4 1 ears, but even tbls precaution does lit Hathaway Inn Is situated on a )plateau about forty feet above the \tl..
tle to d'nll"11 l the terrible shock. And ..
Lou Coin charge of offloe. C. A. MERRITT, Lessee. sea level, in a large elm and maple grove, surrounded by beautiful 1
If the of has
tiring cue or two guns
lawns from which view I III had. Uo f Is feature
such a shuttering power, what would grand ocean n groat ,
WINDSOR HOTEL. : bo the effect If the whole armamentwere i\t Doul 1, being/ the site of the finest golf course and club house In thee l,

.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. --' '..t...,-,- 'i..-. In action together country Hathaway Inn only caters to the most desirable class. of .

."' 1.--4&4. : It Is almost Impossible| to conceive people, and Is llr.t-clnss In. all Its appointments. Send for booklet and
-"' .;. ...;:: the strain upon nerve and senses of the particulars. Apply to

PIG RKMODCUNO AN OLD CLOSET. reading concussion. It a visitor A. L. A C. W. MARSH\ Proprietors

t Y' Iyo' out nearly to the door, while tho widthof watches the tiring of one of the mon .- --. .- .-- -- .- .
t ster I 0 Inch and then places blin-
the closets Is not much greater than guns NHON"II.r.I', :, N. Y.
the doorway.The self beside one of the smaller pieces, .
accompanying Illustrations show the report mute by the one will not

a plan .for remodeling these closets appear much louder than that of the .
other. The extra: distance to the mill-
along more pleasing and more convenient .
CAIMKIM. l\OlJN'rAIIIII! : X. Y. In the Summer. .
,, ,
lines. The door Is removed and In tie of the big piece discounts the sound. J /

the one case a complete writing desk The only apparent difference betweenthe .. (
service Is Introduced. The lid, paneledon two appears to bv that the small Melrose Hall ORMOND/ FLORIDA, In Winter

the outside, la supported by side pieces have a sharper( higher pitchednote "
chains when let dovn.Vlthln this In. and that the 0 and \U Inch guns Rates reasonable. Address,
closure are two small drawers and speak with more of a bellowing roar.
OPPOSITE CITY PARK. OPEN THE YEAR ROUND. Above numerous Oue piece of advice may be given toaDY ;CATHKILI. MOUNTAIN HOU8K, ,
pigeonholes. are a
RATES, $2.50 and upward. DODGE tit CULLENS. couple of bookshelves which may one who Untie himself. In the MKLROSK( (HALL, ScoutK: & LtrvimoTT: I'loprlctors. 4

have a pretty silk draw curtain In n.lghllol'boml of a gun In uctlon. The Will.1AM HCDIMK.!
front of them. Ilelow pri drawers and noise will not have nearly the mime .
Duval Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. a closet that will be found very con effect If you are watching the gnu us -
venlent. If the: crnxh comes unexpectedly. Uuconscloimly -

In the case of the other suggested nature prepares. you to resist If You Have Not .

Opposite poatofllce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re treatment the lower part of the closet a sheik whirl) .Is. known to bu lui-

novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted. .. space Is made areceptacle for large pendiug.-illackwuud's Magazine. .

Rates $2.00) per day and up. mounted photographs or other unframed Puppl.a the <|...llon.
pictures thus made readily accessible. I'
D. W. SPERRY Found What Yoirlant
Pioprletoq. .
\ .
Above are drawers for .smaller A writer In Liidy's Uriilui nays there . v
ceitulu <
are piecautloiis which nil lov
photographs of paintings that are now i iFor
THE MOST POPULAR OFJACKSONVILLE'S so commonly tp be fount In cultured ers should< take when proposing., Never
homes. Over these are shelves for propoHLHuys ail old student of woman a Home, suppose you take a trip clown and look at our ..' ,

HOTELS. books, covered by a draw curtain and when returning from the theater. Fruit and Garden l.nndllalooJ: the :
Sue will bu still under the spell of one
American Plan. i.OO: to $3.00 per day. -' -- Of the actors and beside his roiuuutlc East Coast '

PLACIDE figure you dwindle Into InnlgulUcnncu.

Table unsurpassed. Rooms and Beds best """ ;:. ....<:_ .. It Is better to propose, on tuw way to
/ ,.. IM the theater or some entertainment.
,, in the City. Bus meets all trains t Settlers sro (flocking In but still there U room. If you are
Rather than upset an evening's enjoy. \
Free tickets, on street cars to within ono block -- ment by rejecting your suit she will looking tills way, drop A line to t

of Hotel. r A accept you. Never, continues our I
mentor, propose to a young lady after JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3n1 Vlce.lVe.Ident,
having a muni! with her Her lajnglliatlou ILORIDA EAST COAST U'V,
Is chilled by the process of 1.11.!!
N gestlon, while there Is nothing that so ST. AUOUSTINE, FLA.
West Bay and Cedar Streets,! .. .. .__.
WESTMORELAND HOTEL degrades a man In a girl's eyes as to _____ -- o. -
i I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. nee him eat a hearty meal.

Was It not Charlotte lironte who

American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- w_ hall y lost her admiration for Thackeray PLANT SYSTEM.

ed this season, Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold water JO.. after seeing haw eat? On the occasion
of their IliHt meeting at a dinner party
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All ti '1'huckfi'uy took Charlotte llrouto

street cars pass the door. Rooms 50c, 75o and $1 a day. Rooms a.d down to dinner. Thuckerny was huu -The Through Car Line from Florida tai; the-

1 board $2.00 to $:UO) per day. / nv 1 gry,her and. uihiiliulluij UH he ntt. Hti-ndlly tied awe at gradually his dinner E..A.ST: Orl..d.: W.E Srr: ,

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. faded awuy. .\lII1.d.. wlieu she suw the -In. connection with-
1 great uiiiu of her vhilous attacking! a The Atlantic Const Lino, Charleston.. The Southern Railway, via Havannah. ,
huge potato, she lulled out lu despair, The L, & N. Railroad, via .Montgomery.: The 1\\(. and O. Railroad, via Montgomery. '

HOTEL OXFORD JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Opposite St..James Hotel 1:.. ;' "Oh. don't, Mr. ThacLorayl" The Popular Steamship Routes to the East arc:

.. Via Savannah and Ocean /Hteamslflp
., -.=; I'unetllloaa a. la Or.ho.pr. Company.
Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and ; ..- "Young watt" said Uncle Jerry Jeebles. Via Savannah and Merchants Minors'/ Transportation Company

homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at tho Oxford a pleas "how do you pronounce that?" To Baltimore. New York and Boston,.
ant stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford( a trial when In Jackson no. REMODELING AN OLD CLO 1rI'. "Tabblody. hole, sir" replied the waiter
vllle. an shelf at the top where hand. TXOX3II-rs: :
open a recent Importation from Bkedunk. ISUMMi1I'TSCJiJIL/SION: : : ::
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. some Jags vases or bits of fine old "Correct. rejoined Uncle Jerry nod to Hummer Resorts will be placed on sale June 1st.

china can be displayed to advantage. ding him approval. "Bring me that" The PLANT HYSTF.M the only line from Florida. with .through Sleeping-Car/ I
ST. AUGUST/INK. The foregoing Items are offered by Chicago Tribune. Service to the summer resorts of Western North Carolina and the mountains of
The l..ndle.VGrld., not as directions to Virginia. For Information no to rates', sl plng-oar service, etc., write to

be arbitrarily followed but as suggestions H. C. M F d den
that can be utilized In transform. OverWorkveakemt ca Dlvlalon Passenger' Agent./
ALGONQUIN HOTEL ...FRONTING ON THE PLAZAJ ... ing one of these unattractive old Your 13H West Hay St., Aajor, Block, Jncksonvllln, Fla.,
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. closets Into something pleasing and B. W.VJIonnI'nssengorTratliohfanagerSavannahGa." '

usefuL -- -- ---
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
Centrally Located. Special attention to Commercial: Tourist
d+.... Hap the blood In .
All body
Rooms. Grand View of and your passes through
Travel. Large well Lighted Sample Bay
of H
The growth and feeding rape a your kidneys once every three minute

Ocean from verandahs. Rates $2 to J.SO'per day. new departure In the south, as IndeedIt .. _. yrm The kidneys sra your '
Is In most parts of this country, although blood purifiers they (liter j/ r
F. C. IIAYDEN, Manager. rape 1s beginning to be grown 0 yl I out the waste or / 1
generally In the northwest. While for Impurities In tha blood. ,
-- - ---
------- ---- --- If sicker.
I they are out
forage It must be grown TMS
of. order they fail to do
cheaply, nevertheless It Is sold to pay pe ; y
PLAZA HOTEL, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. to sow ID drills; thin ,the plants and their Pains work., aches and rheumatism ;: ? )

cultivate while ItIs small. In the come from excess .
This hotel Is now"bpen for ROOMS ONLY. It Is centrally located, near north this crop Is sown broadcast after of. urlo acid In the

Postoffice, Bank and Cathedral. grain harvest for tall grazing. In drl.r, blood, due to neglected '
Rooms, 50cta to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to $6.00 per week. a hotter climates two or three careful kidney trouble. :"

t V. D.,SANCHEZ, Manager. cultivations of drills. will give better Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteads .j,
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
and more abundant food than to allow
they had heart trouble because the heart Is
the plants to struggle with beat and In t -
pumping thick kIdney.
WKST PALM IIKAOII. \ weeds la broadcast seeding unless the poisoned blood through veins and arteries.It .
owing Is done in connection with cbwpea used to be constJertd that only urinary ,. ,
vines for partial shade during the troubles were to be traced lo the kidneys, __ .
THE SEMINOLE WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. early life of the rape. but now modern science: proves that nearlyall -___ ?

constitutional diseases have their beginning io6 ,arE rrri c offr
the Year Round. Excellence of Th. Snow "arrl..... In kidney trouble. ,
Under New
If are lick can make mistake
The buran. or snow hurricane of the you you no
Cuisine a specialty. Rates $2.50 to $3.00 per day. Pamirs. Is a meteorological phenomenon by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
IIrs. S. O. B. BURNHAM, Manager.$ of great Interest. Even In midsummer Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy I Is
tbe temperature during a snow: soon realized. It stand the highest for Its
---! --- buran frequently falls to 11 degree F.. wonder ic ire of the moil dstreuingcues!

while ID the winter of 181KJ-3 It droppedto and Is sold on Its merits "-'
JOE PRINTING 45; degree below zero at the end of by all dr'iggUts In fifty- ;:; -
January.The cent and one-dollar Hzes. .: .W w f
bur an comes with startling suddenness. -, You may have a"Cte4:' "

OF ALL KINDS the atmosphere growing dark: sample bottle by mall nam e t w..ve.aa
.with whirling snowflakes where scarcely free also pamphlet telling you how to find
out Jf have kidney or bladder trouble. Job Work Executed.
Executed you Quickly
at theADVOCATE I a minute before tbe sky wis*' : perfectly Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer .

PRINTING OFFICE. clear. & Co., Bioghamlon, N. Y. .

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s' .' INDIAN' RIVER ADVOCATE, MAY 11 1900.( .


FLAGLER. ROBBINS & GRAHAM Lesley <& ,Motlow,< ..
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I Rev and Mr. W. N. Clmudoln Celebrate .
I (Successors: to LOSLET, RENAKER & CO.)
the Fiftieth vttlielr
Anniversary Anniversary
Mr. Henry M. Flagler,one of the Standard ...L4awyorts5. .. .
Marrlnice. Oil 'millionaires, applied to the Supreme Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies Rums Gins and Whisile
eIl a: w On last Sunday evening, May I, Union Court, on Friday, to be relievedof ,
church, at LaGrange, was the scene of a the care of the person and estate of WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout. *-;

JEWELERS, most Impressive service, the occasion his wife, Ida M. Flagler, who Is insane
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. being the Golden Wedding of novo and The application was made to Justice UNITED STATES COURTS. A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Table?
Mrs. W. N. Chauduln )Freedman, who appointed Nathaniel My
of LaOrango Family and hotel trade la solicited. Prompt and careful attention given( to ma
The church-which Is the first ever builton ers as referee, to make an Investigationof
orders. Cash Tltusvllle Fit
.THE ANHEUSER BUSCH Indian Klver-was filled to overflow the case, and report to the court of Title accompany yourorter. ,

.. ,, Ing with friends of the aged couple, from whether or not Mr. Flagler's request Abstracts . ... --.. -- .... .
a LaGrange, Minis, litusvillo and surrounding should be granted, says the New York Furnished to lands In Brevard and Dade
Brewing Asso'siFamona country. Worlds INSURANCE.Protect YourProperty FIRE
The service was opened by'a short Augustus; II. Vanderpoel was namedas Counties. .,
talk on the home life of Dr. and Mrs special guardian for Mrs. Flagler pending Against ,
fit. LnulH Keg and Ho Chaudoln,. by the pastor, E. N. Hell, the referee's Investigation.Mr. YOIdl\T
C :
tied, Jlo.. LXG-EJTN"XN"G- : Se
r. ia based Wo have list of
which was followed by a few words on Flagler's request upon a
Bold 1 hy Mn.". Ixmloy St Motlow, the characters of the couple, by Kov. L. the fact that he Is now living in Florida I I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Lift
Nr 'lltimvllln. 1"1." .. I). Geiger, of Apopka, at the close ot and expects to make St. Augustine his 3L -A1ST ID S, Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
By Mr, It. I.. Voilow, Canon" FIR home In tho future. Ills business Inter Invest. Safe & Co. of Philadelphia I'a
which Surety ,
Ily Mr. W it. Tucker, Cocoa; and the bride and groom of /llfty years owned by ourselves and clients: Price Deposit ,
Fort Hurctu, Fla. joined hands under a largo; wedding; bell, eats there require a large part of his time For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CIIAS. S. SCIIUYLER,
and a short ceremony was conducted by; and he cannot devote tho necessary attention for unimproved lands $3.00 to $100.00 'fltu vllle, Fla.

JOSEPH ZAPF Kev.'Qeiger In which the couple prom. to the management of his wife's per acre.

Iced to continue to work, as long Oil they estate '
were spared in the cause of Christ, aifaithfillly Mr. Flagler suggests that Eugene: M. *
WE have few Residence
Sole Agent. and untiring as they have In the Ashley a lawyer, bo appointed committee I a INDIAN RIVE ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .

0 past fifty years of mal'l'ledllfe; and they; of Mrs. Flagler's! estate, and that Dr Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable -

010 to 0-20\ ( Wont Hay Street, were pronounced a noble husband and Carlos F. MacDonald be appointed committee locations. Prices Reasonable. FLA.Is .

'r excellent wife, after battling/ the storms of her person. Airs. Flaglor U prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Spoclaf attention

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. of life side by side for fifty years. now In I>r. McDonald's sanitarium, at paid sacking for Yachts or tor family use Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .
--.. Ihu ceremony was followed! by on address !- LMenHantvlllo. Oll'FICE8' J TITUSVILLE '
anti MIAMI. vprletor.
.I. by nov.. j. A. llugncs, Of the riesbytoilan For almost ten years Mrs.: Flagler linn 1
1T19 Choice church, Tltusvllle, In which he Keen a victim of mental Infirmity. For __ __ _h ._ __ .
Wines,Llquore compared opportunities of I>r. and several years her aillictlon was unknown
'. vs t. acid and Mis. Chaudoln llfty years ago/ and outside of the millionaire's home. Mrs East Coast Meat MarketG. ...For ,Prices On... '
Cigars those In the home of
i of tho young people of today. t'lagler! was kept country

Uiiarnntoud Pure! Mr. Tom Johnson! superintendent' of thoHint her husband at Mamaroneck. In 1800 It F. DUREN, Agent. :
a Sunday/ school on Indian KlverLaUrange became necessary to send her to a o.iniarliitn. E3s.rd s.re
I Sold At reduced Uulou Sunday:! school-which ; It was not until August last == -OOrj

prloeiIniinrt was oigunUod, thirty yours ago, In helial: that !Mr FIll Iller was appointed committee s:>> or \
II 4
Tok.VI....., bride and gloom with a bug/ of gold, us a Wife after a bhoiifTs jury had pronounccd : s:>> Crockcrr'y
from Italy, token of the high esteem they are hole her Incompetent to manage bet-\ attaint '
by tho people of tho community. Dr. Mr. Flaglor; says that when he took tI: Tinware .

John B. Togni 1 f. V. ]Foibes, president of the /Stetson charge of his wlto's property she possessed t ,::a.. ,
University. DuLund, then gave a tdio'rt<< I. securities 1,155,220; ; : and that she Jr', "
:Metropolitan Saloon, 12!) East Day St. address, und concluded his talk by presenting tad cash amounting: to $2'jHl,71: : :! According ]E$1 .Il nJ'ESS: : and !3rrC>"IZ'Es.

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.Wholonala the bride and groom with #;"iO In to the accounting which he made! 1
Y jy.( WHITE 1'0
gold, In behalf) of the students ni-d teachers on January 8, 10UD! ( the estate consisted _. f .12tI ..

and ICe tan...... of Stetson University, of which Institution of seenillles, $1,227,110, and cash, fJl4.:!(! ,:::a.. /r1-- J'RITC:: : : : 3ARn:: :: t cZ SON
Dr. Chaudoln Is a member of 4l7.\ o. It had cost about $1,000 a month en tITrfUSVII.LE :

HOTELS BOARDING HOUSESAND the board of trustees to pay the expenses of 111 rll. Flnglerat tho FLORIDA. Box 212
The groom of fifty years was then sanitarium. liefoie her incarceration .
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OTHERS, asked tu give a few reminiscences of old Mr. )Flagler spent many thousands of TITUS VI LI..1:, 1"I..OIUnA." .

Limos, to which lie responded, and] kept dollars in an effort to restore the mindof "...I.l.Iuee: 'Vhy; i u __ .__ __ ___ ___ _.. _..._ _, ,, ___ __ ___ _____ _____ ___,_
the audience In an almost continuous his wife. '
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laughter for a few minutes. He also Mrs. Ida M. Flagler Is a second wife KILL YOUR MOCKING BIRD
expressed his gratitude for the honor his of Mr. Flaglor. She is fifty-one years WHY with stale food when .
hosts. of lends old. She ,Miss Shrouds the daugh. you can .BRING THIS COUPON.
were only too glad to was buy the Southern/( Home Mocking Bin r ..
bestow upon himself and wife This ter of an Episcopal clergyman, of Phllalelphln. -
Food fresh day at 23o: lb. sent
every per ;
followed She has children. Mrs.Flaglor .
was by a prayer by Itev. A. I). no anywhere lOo extra to eight.
Penney, of Titusvillu, after which has paid several visits to the pay t
every- It's good for Be in trade on CASH purchase of $1.00.
Tf you want Frnfth and Salt water Kind, OvntwrH body joined In singing "(jot! lie With East Coast, stopping a short while at Tl- WHY suffer from CHILLS & FEVER, any

HHlafttiil lrenn'rnrtlnate.. Retail Kluli, go and to M.Omuir II, MMI'IIIIII'.ny i '(ON, AVIiolo Too You 'till We Meet Again" tusvllle on one occasion. Mr Ashley- when you can get a bottle of J Good for'lOc on any CASH purchase of SHOES over $1.00.

of Ooein t.lniul City MarkutJnckeollvine" | Flu At the close of the service oongrittuladons referred to above-Is well and favoiably Thomas' Chill and Fever Tonic, guaranteed -

.---. .- -'- were extended to the couple by known by many ou the East Coast, which to cure for OOo. I Good for 13c oil any CASH purchase of SIIODS over $2.00.
their numerous friend, with whom the he visits every winter.
"..I"hc: '] IU'VU.YniO AUVOOATK joins in wishing they may bo WHY suffer from a splitting HEAD 1 Good for 25o on any CASH purchase of $r.00.
ACHE, when you can get a bottle -
West Bay St Jacksonville life spared to see many more years of useful A DOG ORDINANCE.At of Thomas' Headache Cure, that will I Good until June 1st, 1000.
cure you In short order for lOc.

FINE with The eveigreens church was and beautifully(lowers of decorated till kinds. a meeting of the Titusvllle Town II. R. THOMAS, Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville, Fla

Wines Liquors and On one aide in blight golden letters were Council, held at their rooms over the Chemist & Druggist. La Villa Pharmacy
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the words: "Chaudoln May 0, 18'tO, ," joHtnmYe! on Wednesday afternoon, the Jacksonville, Fla.

1'lIlo"on under which was Ur. Chaudoln's. photo- ollowiug/ ordinance was passed:
Extra Draught! graph, taken soon after their marriage; Ho It old"lined by the Town Council,
Fine Cold! Lunch SOI'vIHIIlIl1y. .and on the other* Hide was "Krensley, for' the town of '1'1 tUItY III.., Florida thai FILTER YOUR WATERAND

The best of Service and a tilciiHimt quiet May' 0 I, 1IHHI" (Kiensley being Mis. Chau- whereas certain dugs! have exhibited I wa a.psaw.

resort. JOHN F. MUNCH, Mgr.. doiu's iniiidun nuin-), under which was symptoms of hydrophobia, within the AVOID DANGERNo
her photograph taken about the same corporate limits of the town. It Is ordered

time MS her husband's. The pulpit was that on and after twelve o'clock, noon, ,,=-,,,,. ..... "'..... .. ..... .. .... .
"JUST FAR: ENOUGH NORTH"ICNIOV gioat bunk of roses, (llllios and othurlloueis on the tenth day of A. D. 11)00) ti' r
YOU SUMMttll: OUTING AT ton numerous to mention all dugs! shall be 1't1"1'to the prem- () Store, Hotel, Boarding House or Residence

"' r HOTEL Di. tiiid Mrs. Chaudoln-; Uncle Shad" lees of their owners and that as-soon an
s:;: ,VICTORY. and "Aunt Caiilcr, ," as they are famillary practicable muzzles shall be procured should() be wilnont the Anti-

.. H known all the Stale and mild dugs after which, o
.. 1'1\t.III.llayl.1I' over -weie mail"d placed oil Germ Water Filter.
., J.' ... LAKICICItIBn.nterhoue by the Kev. II'. btallcup, 'In Davidson while muzzled, they may: be allowed the
''' .: ''', '. The Worlil'a I comity, Tennossuu, ou May tl I, 'IsfiO.Thuv reudom ot I he stieots.
,." c: Lanrimt inimt have laboiod the Hapllst tbtiich.intlnually It Is further ordained, that It shall bo
', Dad delightful. air,.iiiwiiililun(tliimnlnjr::: uiiitngefitlre ,aniii- ( sluco then lu Tennessee, the duty of tho matshal of the town to
water. no ....."'IIIltu..81| ; "Oolf1 hoatliiMT. Oom.jotllllu,1 I Floililu.\ A little over hall iiiiKmnd i 01 kill any dog or dogs found
{ bathing )" (, llntaurnun-an. IIHIiiienta *- of their ,iuniiiud life has boon spent In at large on I the slieetaot Tit"""lIIe, Kht,

at aurea Inniiinoralilet.lawn aurvlno, large and eiinlne tmiiil. anil iiimurpaiiHeili. irtiheHtra'. ,, nut around LaGrange! the Doctor havingomo : without muzzles, as the necessities I TO THE LADIES:
All white .i-rvuntn.. llaiH$J mi\ tu *A,IK) .par day ( licit for his health over twenty-live the CHHO may demand.DIIIIO t3
'111 no til UK fur wnnk nhn at> Inuit, ratea. June years ago lie has been an Invalid: tor 47 In open HHSHlun of the Hoard of u 1 I '-r- The ahove cms! are representations! of a few, piece* of hamlHomely docorateil hanil, painted
UO to IS:. Ituantifnl foliltir' China now on exlillilrlon at our More, which we Intend .
Sept eto., l>y mall.Aililroaa I giving away free to our ouHtuuiem.
T. W. McCreary, (Inn'l I Manager, year' ,, and has hardly such a well day In Alduimeu IhisUth day of !May, 1UUO.\ 1 Vs We guarantee: that oar price on eooilK will remain. the mtmu.. Tills Special 1 offer In mole. for the
724 Miinrue atriHil:; TOLKIHI; (hut. hat time. "UllcleSlu/ ,"" It ono of the Approved: ('mriHmeof iiicrmiBlnurour tnule s all.nliowlnir the l people that. we truly. appreciate their iiationnire.
After Juno lat, -HayUlilc. beet known men in tho State, and Is Attest: JOHN It. WAI.KKK, Tills/ ware I 18 rapidly' taklnit tlio \place of White Uranlteor Iron Stone ('lilna. It liana soft,while,
.. .. S velvety ttnmh; la of the snort quality, and wn limit doubt the beat in the world. 'The sliuuua arc
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-- --------- president and treasurer! of tho FloridaRaptlst C. /U. Scnuvtxlt Acting Mayor. I the very latent pattern and have been designed| to mote the taste uf the moat f88tl Convention. He has been In the Clerk. l It I" utily bv our.guaranteehlg! | tonne a Urge !quantity! of title ware that we have been able to get
CANCER for y \ H t l"ist M |rrlua tli1E pins itwitldn the reach ui mi. i mr RHnnrciiieni" : cfinaiHta or and Saucers, .
ministry and Is 't1i' I li lir
CURED. HOJBL. years, now I' } l ,'txll' I.. ';I@.llmli!! ll1l II Me I'lateB llreakfast. Plates, yluttere'ovrred'' DlHlien) Cream" llecliera.Sugar Bowls,.fett"i t ,unit,
"- -- In the 71st year of his age; while "Aunt Hn.t1on1tnr..lan,1lfrl."Hn..1. Meeting. l 11 everything else which. (goes to make up a KI" '".Set t of 1>lohe.... We earnestly Invite! you to call and,
NO KNIFE NO PAIN. Carrie" Is In her pith your.As U1IJt! ';! [ : inspectltwhen wa will cheerlully give youfullinfnrnation. Very rmpectrullv." .
has been their custom for the JOHN R. WALKER. Tltusvllle. Fla.
Horn for f me book. AiMroin' live past The East Coast, and Tltusvllle, eopec- Water being/ clear and sparkling Is no --- - .. .. .
six tho theirI""hel'alry -
or ate -
couple ---- -
years well the proof It Is pure. Well or cistern water
Cancer ally, wise 1''jlretienle.1 at muet-
Sahitarlum dinner at the home of Mrs.
the Horticultural that Is full of typhoid fever and malarial
UKLLEVIEVV J.' N. FoiiHtor, who hud! prepared! them a Ingaof Agriculture;
FLOKIDA. al I Societies held In Jacksonville, last germs may bo perfectly clear GAY BROTHERS'
_. 'royal feast. The dining room was beautifully week. Among those who took part In Is your drinking or cooking water
decorated with yellow! and !green, the dUciiHHlous were W. II. Farl.uul! muddy or cloudy? Readily cleanse it

,'St;. .' HEAR & TAYJ.OR the making! a pretty contrast, In honor of and E.: .,. SoMiionr, of Titusvllle; C. T from all earth sand, Insects or slime
the afternoon
During! they Is the water use bad smelling or
() of Aukona E. V. Blackman you
... vended their to the ,
{ way over-hospitable tasting? Is It too much trouble to clean GROCERS.
of Miami
and W. S. Hart of Hawks
; : ,
'-1 !, ,. l" Artesian Well homo of Mr. Tom Johnson, where a l'III'k. Mr. Seymour read paper on one out the cistern or well as often as shouldbe
sumptuous supper was spread, and with em's In ? Is the drainage/ from house, stableor .
experience practical protection,
whom they remained until time for the I In which the merits of the MoFailand. privy dangerously near your water We make a Special Feature of our
CONTRACTORSlI't uremonv, the groom keeping up the : supply so ns to make anxious?
II' system of protection was well set forth. you
I fun by telling many stories! fifty years lie was followed by convincing address Have" you"had typhoid or malaria in jour Mail! Order

'L:! Eau Callle, Fla. ago.On by Mr. McKailand., In a vacant lot near family lately and realized that the water Department.Knowing .
Monday' evening the residents ofairiuiue .
the Hoard of Trade! looms, where the used may be responsible for It? Then
: accompanied by several from Bunions were hold several sizes and get a LITTLE BROWN JUG FILTERat : how difficult It l Is in some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES
ritusvllle and Mime.., gave; the coupla RBurpl'llio styles of the Me Km. land tent and waterProof Its low popular price, and you are CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them tilled
by llocklug tu their residence at !
.iikUiange I burdened/ with of and mildew proof cloth were on exhibition safe It will remove impurities promptly and carefully; and we know the quality" and prices will be satlsfa, tory.
Virginia Homes ill descriptions I from china ware l presents to a big In charge! ofV.. II. Eng'Ish! ) CyThey are very cheap, and will last We carry the most complete stock of any Trocery House in East Florida, and have

flu, chicken and to Ray they wore sun. '('hey received: \ much. attention and made n.Hle-time. When writing for Information many tides not usually found In oilier and smaller' houses.

>rlsed would be putting It ,mildly. But a. deeidatl. impression ou the orange please Inclose stamp All orders jy SEND FOR OUR PRICE U&T.
must be cash.
You learn all about Laude there was yet another surpiNe lu store growers. accompanied by . .-- """ '
Virginia; fur them, for about N.t::lU() the Indian, River For full particulars, apply to the agent' -
its resources, products, mode of cultivation Brand arrived and \played I several I He lee- Death or J>1r.. Clark. CLAUDE WALTON Titusville E.: A. vVADDELL

prices, etc, by reading the Ions tif music, after which Ice cream Fla. ,

Virginia Farmer.' Send lOct. and clke were served by the Indies, Mrs.I Harriet Clarke who recently died
for 3 months the The following" program, interspersed\ 1 lit her home In Jacksonville. was born In VISIT the most peculiar and interesting Miami City and Dade County I
with it'freslimonts was lundeiud by the Eolth ud. She was a lady who was sight In America .
Farmer Co., Emporia, Va. young' !people of Lad range: kindly of heart and much loved by a Real Estate

lixilt' '',,". The f><>liUii \\eiMlntf X. rnimheru I large circle of filend Her death was THE } L01UDA.OstrichFarm. Bureau.
For Sale > t, Silver I hrvails. AIUOIIK" the told Mlnmmirrnlirr I the result of a fall, which she received .a
. and JitlinHon .
"...'''allo.... !My Valentine ""'NarclMlit rcluniun. I week or so ago, dislocating and breaking
11 .iu"t, 'l'Ie, I.IIe "Miwt Tom ..n.II..llr,*' arllle her hip bone. She was In her eighty- Co. -A select list of-
Sores choice Undent Onorglnim I <..rli lt'in, "I he New ChurchOrgau.Uertrnde ninth year. She leaves three son to
fronting Indian and llmmim, Klvors .
part Mi-iulel :nn. 9
ly cultivated I,1HI.OO( ; terms to suit. Trio, ;My Old Cottage 1I0me..M..jI'jI'l.. Frantic. mourn her death, two In Jersey Ofitjohn niNCn "!le Iro )terty; ,
sod Joe (Jrulx'r.nvore. F. Clarke and Frank' Clarke-and .J ACKSO VILLE.
Address' In the Shadow. ot the Tine Villlam Clarke, of Jacks nvlllv. Her city Lots, Fruit and Vegetable Tracts of all sizes for investments Trosphate andORANGE
llt'( KMAN, It was a happy g.illiurlng, and I judging raud-d.iutlhtor, ; Mrs.\ leo... Worthley,
22 Hogan st., Jacksonville, Fla by the 1 blight, smiles. on their facts' the And ton, of Now York, arrived In Jackonvllle GROVE LANDS: oo, West Coast.

hURt and hostess *,'pre.the happiest pair jnst In time to be recognized by For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for

YlTUSVILLE'S TRAINS. iieie. The met ry timing began tu de- 'Mre. CUrkebefoieher death. All mourn ARMOUR A CO. AIRMOTEK
\>ait for their lexixM-tlvo domes about her Ion greatly Fertilizers 111. WIND MILLS,
Chicago, 111.
10:30: all wishing/ "iruclu Mi.ul"' aud Chicago,
The following ate the times of arrival Avenue D. '
Aunt} Cnirlo' many more years. of over Bank MIAMI. FLORIDA. f
and departure of passenger. train to and wedded bllMt.Science ANNOUNCEMENTS.All -
from Tltusvllle
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Leaves TltiKVllI for 11..u'l..n,1, I ,, has found that rheumatism Is political announcements under! this .
int..rmedi' "" |1"lnt.. |I. :*n Pin caused by trio acid IA, the bin", I. This. leading! will be charged, for at the uniform ---OEALEH IN-
Arrive from JnckminvillB ".11?IO u '
unison should bv rxereteti, bv the klilneyn. rate of $:t each, strictly advance. *
XORTIIIiniINDLav Xn rheumittiiiiti with healthy\ klilne.ts.
.TltnevflleorJucksuuvdle I I /n-Wam: I 'uley's' Kidney Cure always makes them -
I '!
anil tntermodlat ,IMIIIIU I lit 1-33 .-!"
'. TltiiHVllli. for Hanlonl ?:i"'ii.in am. well II. U. Wilson A Sun FOR PROSECUTING r o..c::;
Arrlro Tltu.vllle from aanfonl t.J9i.m: To the voter uf Brevard County: ..tO ___

Honey AVuiitcd. I hereby announce myself. as a candl- O 5's
[Send the ADVOCATE an order for any ": date, fur ProHccntluir Attorney for the early :inn! trliontln bird standing S to in fret = cc -.
job printing need] : Micli, weighing' Wi to 4 m puunil each. Ostrich =:::
Cash paid for good strains honey In County of Urevani, subject the actionof nrau. ostrich' sitting ana baby ostriches CQ Cri
any quantity State lowest price un _th* Democratic County Convention.If just hatchetOulde.escort: :
fy: Reading notice ads. on this page ,, humid car*. Address Luck Box 7, I am nominated. wild elected. shall do rlcltnn tbrnneh the farm expUluhiK -
are live cent per line\ per week. i i (p4my Jobnatow D, Pa. my duty JAUES: E. ANDKJtW" ilumat,all eta about the bird,their DMU, habits LSOOEXERAL REPAIR