Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075918/00074
 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: June 1, 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: UF00075918:00074
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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tins Iwconto of our Eau; OalltoCOIICNpOlllllIlt l>ailf< To.N lulu. AMONG THE
at Wilson & Son's, 'Iltusville. the way of a Pulley Belt or Buckle, 'fMr .

And Topic of General Interest.Society -Mr\( Ludwig:; Hovelsraud, a. Norweg/ lino Julius of Kline them,In Titusville the State, baa the llnost John BOYOI', of Philadelphia, The Tltu
ian, took out naturalization papers: on arrived In 'town last: night. In tho Oponi house this ((1I'1'hllVY: : )f ADVOCATK Is. now on file at all

Tuesday. lie resides Oslo evening Members and their lady guests. the bust hotel In New York city. '
and rteneral Gossip l In connection County Supt. Jno. II. Sams, of Conr- -'t'ddIIl1t8 seem to to be all the. riiRo.
with BUoayne. any, Luke Worth Indian -Mr. II. A McFarland, of the ]\10"Fm'lall tenay was lu tux u adny or so this nook Nothing Ilkii In Ing In style me o'clock 1""IIII'Mtl't| 8hIl', ). to be on hand at 8lll:: Wtieio to stop along tho Kant: Coast.
7th ,
Banana and Halifax, River. Key Wont loft for his home in WJmttead Conn., on -Mi. "'".10 Jones! after spending a HAVE \0\J\ 'rl n:1I: THOSE FRUIT'Nougtue --- -- - -- on page
and all other Important Point alone theE Tuesday few weeks at 1 Klondike has ivtuinud toTltusvll1 lit Carroll; A (iolilsmlth'b I, :? ratlin Mflilltt's Hotel Ralhbtut, Jacksonville, I
...t Coast of Florida." Brief mention of foIhll."I.| has been wollllllt..nl7.OtI. this. wuok nnd
Interflitin Invents from Various, Part, -Capt. and !Mrs Benj. W. Jerome -Col. A. M. Thrasher, of Siinfoid wnsIn tho genial manager has been' going around .
of the 'World t About People Yon Know and dipt and Mrs. Cogein, of Roekledge, TRY OUR PINEAPPLE: SODA-you town a part of tenluyand ti>-day.Attoinoy Sixraiload of cattle ailived Miami with a merry twinkle lu hilt eyo. e '

and People Yon l>on't Know-Picked have been! on a trip as far as 11"mllu ran almost mo the finit-ut' Wilson ..LSun's II. K. Atkinson Miami on Saturday morning fro"tn Foi. 1'leic",
/ T'ltiiHvlllo. A letter received at this. ofllco fromIloudeannvillo ,
Jerome's en toiito to Cuba Tho eattlo
launch.Rev. .
up by Our Society Kdltoraiid a largo Madof Captain was on ici-iliy's. ; MDiilhbound, train, en weio shipped .
N C. work I
Correspondent oatlered along the -The weather dining the past two route hoiiii' by Morgan' AUIi'itiinn, and, this Is. say onHotel
Kant Count of Florida. C. F. Blackburn, of Miami, wns months\ has boeu pleasant, with the flint I InMtnlln..nl.l l of :\llIn)( heud' which I ImpelInl' Is. being rapidly) pushed
In town from 1'u.today1l1til Wednesdayhenlielutfoi strung, cool hit l "ezee veiy day and. night. -:Mr. I.I. (Olhei, of Mliinil, nfleisvndlni they will ship lo Julia via Mliuul. Ml. forwtud, and 111 s, 1'. II. Love the unit nit..
TIIE ADVOCATE, \\ Sanford. to attend the ; II dot 01 HO In toxin left. :Mitu-[ Morgan WM In'I'ItusvilkOilFti+<1'lY' nml. I geieHs, expect\ to move Into the hotel
Methodist dibiiict cimfeience.sKlntnnt OUR CANNED FliUll'S. and VEUKTA-: ll.i.J. .u, in.i| III. A UilllllMr. a.uuiuay la.t.. iibout the Mh lost f
$t.:50: per annum. In advance. bles are iho Bh-sl; I'. Try them
$1.00 nix: months, '. \ Gencinl Pnssentfor; Agent Carroll A Goldsmith. A. Foster, of I.itkn Hilou willrsus -- -- ------ The Iliown IIOIINO, Gainesville, under 'I

82.00: per an. to foreign countiies. J. 1). R.ihnor, ot the F E. C. K'y., ot' M.ugustino (hat ho has gone to <)!poloiiHan, Ala., Hand IVrfoi'luiinefi sad l>"n..... the management/ of M r, John S. llowen, \
.\ panned tlnoiigh! huie Tuesday -The Htuiuuor Canaveral Is chill on I where I the .\DVouA1K! follons.SPECIAL huts been eiiteitaliilng tho l Elovo; Awsocla-. (
; ou his way to KltY NV e It. NulKou's \viiys iitidoignliig. n. thormiKhovei lion In gitwt style, If.wu may j Judge from <
Note date; of expiration printed upon .- I her I S.VI.K: OK KMHKOHIEUIKS) : Thl I n.1I1l11 Hlvtll' hand' gave II Irerfornmooo thu
liiuillnp, |pariitoiy I lo putting flatioialelv-irotton-itp menu just roceiviul -
your" paper 1 or wrapper every week. Thisis -C pt. J. Anthony, of West Palm lu Con iii Is"ton on the mall loute.Di. and Lanes, lit .11'1.11'I M KLlxh's"' ou tho baiid-suind lust. 1 Kildav:' at tho ADVOCATK!: o lice.:
leeeipt for your money. No need (touch, was In town a day (>r HO this 'llliisvlllo, Flu. nllthi, befoio u laigu mid. iipi'ii'oliUlvoHudlenro. ,'
to fend tor subset'iption. week on route -Suifoid to attend the '. nut Mis. 'linn.' I L. Hill who have Work the New
for us receipt ) -Mi. I K I.. hit uly huts been having, All Inipioniplu\ diinun lu Ilia upon' Rockledgo hotel,
The date gl..ellit to you. Methodist, chuich district con fei'euro bout at liidiauola' dining the pant tight some H'p.ihoik, don. In hiM utoio in Niters hoiihu follovMid. Ihu milghtwits Rockledgo I owned by Mr. II. 1'. 1 Shares\ '

When yon subset'ibo for the Ar>voCATK -liev. J. E. :llicklltl', flf Titusvllle, left, mouths, pusHed' through/ Tllusvillu, Monday the Hhtipo Itl t new sills and I 1110'\ litter lather worm' fill dancing! but it did not :if Now Haven. CI III1., I 11\ h.llIIt rapidly tip i;

: by the yoai, it does nor cost you Wednesday nioiuiug, !-m.. Sanfoid' / to attend vu lout lo their home" lit Scranton dolor 'llioHu |u' .Mont. from! "ttlpphlgthin, ( {Iiii.hud furwueii" HO that everything' will
Pa. :v'I't I 1111110 lnst>rtl">n coi I'OKpoiid- ire lu fliHt-olnsH older \ I'f ll'olho
three ceuts per week, posjago) Included. the district contercncp of the Methodist light fantastic" to their hairy..bat mo, > < winter
eons must tea) I hat Ureic hunts reach this tourists south.
Mr. and Mis. Winslow who come
The INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE Is OD church. He will return Situidai., .
iillice not Ivtvr, than ( ,
'tIIII8'IYM.Mr '
sale' at the following( news-stands at live TWO have I boon stopping' their urn ngo grove ; Ashore Houtlt, nf "lnpller. Moseys Palmer McDowell\ '', piopile. 1\:1:
cents )per copyTitusvllleB.: UOUND-TUlP 'nU SPlnTA- place during/ I the pant, twelve months. 01BO W M. Woodwind. his IHItIa,1 l to tots of the I"'l.111I' Illhl..lI. Long/ llianch \
thou Tickets for solo) Jacksonville .
R. Wilson & Son. cheap" ; expect to leavu, outlay n..xlI'"r the hunt, poitiiiniMi|' of hU place, l hy tin v- the Buckingham, Avon-bj-llie-Hoa, anal "
to Now Yoik andretuin A telogtaru" fiom Now Oileaim Tuesday
J. B. Scieven. ; t'ljdo .Alllfoul t Conn., to upend the summer.Mr. big his lUHiilfiico (ml'iU'il Mhite ..1I.III'e..n. the Maunolla hotel, !St. AiigiiMtlno. have "
Line.! Apply. nt ADVOCATK ollice, Tl- says' that the Moigun 1.1 tin HiniiiiuirKl
Jacksonville-Rathbun' hotel. tusvrlleDr. C. P. Huntlngton; a former piopiletor =The .drowning/ Mr. C. H. Itooks. : Mud: 1, Capt. II. I.. Iligulns I from New loused the Claiendon hotel nt Saratoga i
Windsor hotel. of the Conolly hotel. Miami, was: iiiaiiiigvi of \\11110 Cllv, waHiivoiysidiilTair. YOI'k. May :ll 1, sports that on May 27, ut Spilng, '*. The louse wa made. through i u//1
Goo. E. Hill and wife;, who have snuthbotindtialn Matt. J. Ward hole) broker, 1I 1I 1\
u un Wednesday's .
passenger '
P.II'Llelilol. Mill bo found uu our unveil x 111., 4.mlloll south af.luIdtut ,
J3T": Reading notice ads are ten contspOl' been stopping at their cozy winter home ; ou route to Post Palm !Iloach. Mr. Nth page. she passed n BillIsh sloiiiimlii. |> 11..luII'O.Ihlch I :Mr.\ James/ Dwyer of :Now York, Is at
at for several months
line on this passed lluntuigton/ now iculdun In Jacksonville \\ was bollnvinl. to lit the I Copenhagen Roeklodgo attending to I tho Improve-
page. through here, !Monday, en route to their -Mr. .K. E.: Bond, of tho O"'HII.IIIII' J
/ fiom Phlliidolphlii to !Havana. Shusignalled inont IInII"'p"II'8, connected with Hotel 1
Judge t>. L. Oaulden has been on a summer home at Scranton Pa.. Postmaster John C, Jones, who has bur. C<>., erne a piisHongoi on vucterduty'snorihbuumid she wanted
Immediate nsHlstaneo. Indian River, formeily owned by Mr.
been dowu his Klondike
on plantation i tialu Miami\
the this eek. route fiom
down river IIn
trip -Mr. Louis Larsen assistant manager for neatly a month, returned home on ti> N Tho Hleamor was high out of I Iliowater Michael h'. Dwyor) of Biooklyu N. Y. t i.
-Mrs. E. I.. Brady made a trip to of the K, E. C. lay Laud Department, tot. Wednesday; Mr. Stanley Jones and Mrs. OOJeIl. foiwaid but very deep aft Thosen Mr, Oihimlo! J\. Jones, .if West With' St.,

Cocoa last week, returning home Sunday Augustine was among Tuesday's; north A. D. Penney ably /lilled his place dining -The Inillan, River Bund. gave an open was smooth and no wiockagu/ In New York owned the above lino property

afternoon. bound piisHcngeiH. lie hud been down the tutu he was taking much needed all coneertun iho bind-iitand last evening IIIKht.I for a while.
to White City, where, Manager C II. test Thoro W'III.' huge aud uppifclntivoaudlenoo I ----- j.
IF YOU ARE IN NEED of a fashlonble The ADVoOAru acknowledges receiptof
Rooks diowtied Sunda .
was on evening. pl't'Sent.CII'clilt
Summer' suit call at Editor Genijift C. Woodruff of the To tte Murrlod. n vory neat, oiiil-llliiHtnit d. folder

JULIUS KLINI!:,''' Tltusvllle.Col. Attoiney F. W, Hudson of Pine Li tcIi held (Conn) 1 11'1)iilrt>i I', has. hues Judge M. S 1 Jones after from Mr, In*. II Daltoti, recently manager

of Fort Basseugci mutT, Alk., who has been on a visit to publishing some VOl y biiftht and InieiHHiing 1 '- spending a week ul two t Itt Jils urn age Invitation nio out for hue coming of 1I"I'rIIt'lHOlhl'11' hotel, Jackson
E. Morgan, until his lather, at Subasilau. paused vluough articles\ uncut hU ruernt tilp l tiomConiiuciiciib /giov plain, at h.' nke, tnwn" nod Ul 'IItusvilhi mairliige, of Mi. Geoigo 1I.lylolll1l11l Miss villa Mr. lIltOIl Iv.now the propilotor
I In from Fiid.ty satin
was last tow here, Satutdav' en mule home. Ills lo Nassau Cuba and tlioK.wt + on Mondny.Mi tola Davis, both .t'I'Inaevilleitsfnllnwa. : of I Hotel t OIl Ot. u very fine hotel on On- I ','

day en route to Tampa. niece, Miss Hudson, itocompauied! him ; Coast of Floilda. Wo uppiti-lute: -: '*, E. W. 1I1.III"ft, here, I this morning "Mr, mid M 1'11. J. ')'. )Davis' inquest set lillY Muss, Wow I.b him every allO- .

WHEN OU1\l> OF SORTS tired or merely west, hmo she will upend. the summer thin kind weeds luluulng to the Al>voUATK. for Umliloiitown, In lospoune tit itloleuiiim your piOMoncu at the maiilaue, of their. con* In hi* iiuw venture iii 1

wish to tickle your palate, try Wine -W. G. Fields, pantorof. theSt. James :. .n-celvi-d, hitch night, Minting/ that daughter. loin to 31 r, ( Gooiiro llavlos. on MrA, :M, Taylor the popular anti .

Coca, at Wilson & Son's, Titusville.Mr. A. M. E.; chiiicn lltusvllle, informs UM -Mrs. L. C. Oliver, of Miami, after u her little giiiiidchlhl, \ was. very III. Wodnesday evening" ,Jllnu'la, IIMMi), at wull-known Miipeilntondeiit' of the CanI "

-: and Mrs. E. W. Hall and Miss that the church succeeded lu coliecilun! 1 pleasant vlnit ot two wt-ekit will)) Mis.K. Wt-diiomlay was. Decoration Day nndthe eight o'clock, ur, the Methodist" KplMoniialohiiich luu I "hit Augustine I I.* now a full-fledged. '

hullie were vllllting Capt. and Mrs. W. 11. In their 1'lIlhoKI1' : 00( -on :;un.llIy.1'oIay I B Wager ut her cozy home III Soul h 'Iltiinvllle. Postollloe and! Bank, our TltiiHvllle Mi. hotel proprietor 31 I r. Taylor I IA now j
.'" for which hu wishes i to thanks / 'llicxo) young people am well known In manuring the Clarnndon
week. tutuin hotel
theflistof the
bhaipe, atSliaipes, ritiiHvlllo, Jutted Ml. O.Ivel'at thix place .served tau I neriiKUin/ by closing. Muvoiill Spring s(
to the public at large This money will oil WuduuNday'H HOillhbouinl, lialn, and 1 Tltusvlllu, wheiu they !have n liont tit( Claioudoii .., Vt. .\ neat IiWle i1liwtrntud ,
-Mr. of the Cocoa and Hugs In town weio hoisted halfmast.Mr t. finder .
Harry Wilson of filends. We tender
go towards beautifying the chuich.Mr. left for homo. Mrs Ollvul'n numeloiiHoldilme oungratiilntloiiN .. suttingtutu tile bOl\uo "'
Kutkledge News, made a flying trip to Ernest Vanlaodlngham had the lends wee ploimcil' to MOO hor M titmice Walsh leaves, Monday and host wishes, lu advanue- tloHaud natural advantage of the above
the -
town last Saturday: lotuining name fur hake wheie he will ----- linn
misfortune have his well I In town. again Champlain, hu locality, boon ro'ev".1! at the ADVO-
to buggy '
day. ( pretty ongauod/ with Mr. i>. D.I Meavwy; In tinnulnegumint. HuppoM-il. t.; Its n Wrrvk. VATIC oflico 1\
torn up Sunday afioinoun. He had -Mr. J. Maxwiill: Randall. who hut 4
I IalvcrtiIlCl'II. of his hotel.
-We send t>nt paper free to all our left the horse Ins South Tllusvillu siiinmei Mr Albert W who hues .
boon spending the winter In Floild.i, uud Hodgdon, oocuplod -
When the ad. Is discontinued while he was attending to business of NaMM.ui, has boon lowly wending his JlIIII Stell.l II n lo, of Mliiuil passed! Our Oceanus corrnspondunt says/ : the iosponlble poMlllon of chief

the ADVOCATE Is also discon more importance; but the horse became way homeward, to Ikmton. \Villlng/ us through hem, Fildiiy last, on runts to What Is. supposed" to bo remnant of n clerk ut Hotel Ponce du Loon ht. Augustine / J

tinued. Impatient at his delay. and bieakliigIOOHB ou Tuesday, he says: 'Cu-IIIY, Is as cold Jacksonville, whoicidio' woe called owingto wlocked Spanish vessel have come! iinhoieheio. during tho )past three whiten, I ,

-Mr. II. J Anthony, of Miami, passed took leave fur other parts, notwithstanding Ill winter., and we are' obliged to use HIM the serious,, lllnoHHof, her lIulo nephuw. Among them are a child' cradle, will open Ids mi m met' hotel-the. MngtioII11 / i"

through Titusville, Monday en route to the fact that It had been' ktuam heat. It makes mo think of F or- Raymond Wutnon.Mr. chair |playthings\ biokon furniture, hot at Magnolia, 1\IIIM"-lhlll mouth.
driven about twelve miles that at tei'noon.Mr. tie of inedlclnu tWill !Mr, Ilodgdou. I III well and
Jacksonville and Louisville, Ky. on a \ ida and the Indian River.' John It. Scott of tho lumbor Havana Rill Ma- very favorably > t'
ten d.iys' tilp.Mrs. tan/a. Cuba the names being prluloil In known to hundiod of toiulst, nod the I
I :Maddock who has been dim of LawiDiiuu' Illggs A Co
Sidney A letter from New York to the Anvo- Key
the If ADVoOAric: h.is confidence In bill .
glass. someone wore to white to every f'
-: L. C. Branning, of thin Place. spending about eight/ months on his CATK says that Mr. Henry M. Flagler, West wits H gumst; of the Jiidlnn Klvur the /druggist residing In Havana and ability *'1 make, a IIICCOH of his hotel. '.1''

spent from Sunday to Monday In Cocoa, pineapple) plantation, at Palm Beach, i the multi-millionaire, owner of the h"t"l. at tills pl.tlm. from Wt'.IIIe'I"y. MatanzaH. It might bo pwutlblo, to /Iliid Wo are Informed that Magnolia/ I I.. a delightful
where she went to consult Dr. W. L. was aniongaaturtlay's northbound passengers Florida East Coast )Railway" and all the until yesterday) when he loft for home one what vessel was wrecked. The hot place to spend the HU tumor,

Hughlett. She was accorapnniod by for Jacksonville. On Sunday heleft palatial hotels, has gone on a trip to -!Mrs. then. M. Robbins jC'IVll11 vlm- Lies mire addressed Spanish street and ,
Mrs. W.;$. Branniug.Mr. / for bill home la New YOI k. Mr. England aud will remain abroad n few ruing party in fiotit of her residence on number, we should. suppose.) "
Maddock has let the contract for 1..1'.* 1.1..1..1. "hll..h.l
just mouths. Ha to visit the |
-: Ellis Vannah and Mrs. W. P. expects Paris Wednesday\ afternoon The ladles say -- -_.- -- t tI I
hotel which will be built this i
another Exposition eie returning to Ameilca. -
they had a rI'IIIIIIIIIIIU bathing In ImlUnHlver I"!
Webster after a visit of nearlya !
week with Mr.enjoying and Mrs. T. '1'. Wee-; summer, just north of the Hotel Royal May his trip be a pleasant and lustful I and a very enjoyable ono after H"rvH Naiad Twin a "..y. The (urgent shipment' of pineapple I ;,r
Poinciana, Palm Bench He expects to one. ever made fiom Miami, In one day WAN
thoy came ashore, when lefiosliiiioul' '
more, of this place retained to Jacksonville -
ship a few thousand crates of pineapples' Salad. should bo Hindu hint N. N. Walker I I
last Saturday evening.Mr. -The many friend of :\Irll. Stroiher- were aUl'IllellI.ilhit'II/'. : served twice! a day Saturday alalp.
this season. Smith, daughter( of Major and Mrs. AlexSt. f Do not put a laige plate; of Itttuco on pad one car to Boion' ; Mr. Norris. two
-: W. II. Chambers, auditor of the -Miss Alice Acheson of Poisythstieer Clair Abrams, will bt glad to loam -If our tradesmen, want/ to 1 nell their the table for each guest to dress; but citrus to Chicago: ; J. P. Moyer, two oar to

Florida East Coast Ity., was a passengeron Jacksonville, whoso photo ap that the operation she recently underwent goods( lie i butt way to get rid of them I Ie have the milld) nurved), neatly die"*ud, New York; Captain Lowe, one car to

Saturday's northbound train en routeto poured In Sunday's New Yoik. World, Washington, for appendicitis) to 1IC1vt'1 liMit and, let the people, know and nicely gartilshud., Spi Inkle over Cincinnati, ; G, L. Mays one to Chicago I
New York and Boston lie expects has just returned home from the Mary was successfully performed and she Is what you hire In stork it I I. no.. mice your lettuce ono day a few colI conkedpens and one car ."l\t..rll'l(, ( COlllllltllmont. On

to be away about a week or two. lialdwin Seminary siantoti, Va. SheIs now on the rapid; road to lucovery. l\l Iis. knenlnir 17,101,! girds on your shelve ; another day string bean //Irmly Friday night. E. N. Walker nhlpped two
without telling nur Ewt; Const resident* sliced another oar to Bon ton and G. L. May one
tomato car
chopped ,
talented lady and tins. Sniltli's bright littledanghter Is stopping ; ; cliop-
and Mis. J. A, McDonald and a very young
what ton Ii.!> to for stile It pay tu u Miss Kitty McDonald, passed through made a. special study of muso| and) art. with Major and Mrs. Abrams at Hotel In the local ped tomato and cucumber; a few booms to Chicago
paperrMr. that have been left
entertained Rathbuu Jacksonvllla, over, daintily chopped -
Tltusvllle the first of the week, en rou e Miss Alice very pleasantly a
to their home at !Miami. They had been few of her friends-Including a part of About 400( "persons visited, Pablo E. Waddell, the well.known' or cold Hoparagiis. Caiillilower IIUlKip Moor I. Not III.
the ADVOCATK .tal1'-on Sunday real estate visiting relatives In New Haven, Conn.Mr. : literary Boath on Sunday last, among them bvlug ami
leave for New. York In served with iCrench dressing-Mrs.
choice a day or to
evening when she rendered some so,
J. representatives of the AUVOCATE.: There H. T. !Itorer lu the J.ue'Lndios' A telegram/ from J PltUburg, Pa., stated
lI. Yancey, the popular newsagent selections of music on the piano, which Inok afler his commlsmon business In : Homo.
were several\ merry paitlex. present from Journal. that the Rlirht Rev John Moore, the t
who had been tmployed by theL"nlon Warren street Mr. Waddell will
much appreciated. Mrs. Acheson probably
were Jacksonville and those C'11' (>erone t by aged bishop of the Roman Uatliollo '
News Co. on the East Coast trains remain north until October November
for is. rejoicing over the fact that her three i Mr*. R. Chapman Air*. (Colonel) C. P. or Church diocese of St. Augustine, was
quite a while, has been transferredto from and during Din ulmenco,, bin rtml throw, t/rape Krnlt
talonted daughters are now at home I I
Iovell and Mrs. B. K, Dillon-whom we stricken with paralysl while d l llvel'lnlC I
Jacksonville-Pablo branch for the estate bnslnon lit Miami will be 1 In 1
school-the Misses Elizabeth, Margaretand charge I
had the of the
Bummer months.Mr pleasure joining-appeared a sermon In pulpit of Ht. Mary'sChum
Alice. to be enjoying themselves Immensely. of Mr. llIuntlg".t.Tile | Mr J. W. Carson of Front Proof FU.wa ), ,, Alleglienny on Sunday. U

-: and Mrs. W. II. English, who : -Senator Jas. P Taliaferro, of the The chicken pie was voted by the ladies sloop Why Not, In command' of In town a short. while on Saturday But .a later account says that the dispatch

have been occupying the furnished resi United States /Senate has the thanks of the biggest and most dellcluus on the Capt. John Slmonson I took the following last He had some fine *p rmeti* of from Plttsbitrg, announcing Itlnhop I

dence of !Mr. J. O. Walton, at this place ADVOCATIC for 'present of bound volumes beach. Neither going or returning; did party out last, night for a sail on Indian grape fruit with him, of the variety Moore' nerloii Illness, wa. a nil- '

for several month past left here, !Sunday : of the following government pub- we see one disorderly person, which certainly River; Mr. und 1lre.V.. H. Branninx, called ExceUlor. The fruit from twentyof take and that the Bishop was Improving

for Jacksonville, where !Mr English/ licatiom, : Report: of Commissioner of peaks well for the residents of the Misses JoHephlne Aline and Daisy those tree have this. season. brought In health since hilts visit to the North. J

will open an office in connection with Education, vols. I and 2; Message/ from our coming capital.Mr. Brady, Mis Nellie Brown MesHr E. L. In the nug little sum of nearly *MX>; Thl will IHI good news for the Bishop's I ,

the :McFarland Fruit Protection Co., of the President of the United t Mates, Finance John 8. Dlckorson, non of Commodore Brady, R. E, Mini, Jr., an.I.\.lI. Brown. and by the time he ha gathered all the host of f i lend along tho Kust Coast.On ),
Titusville. the There was an excellent bfce/o blowing, grapefruit he will 1 have mode about .
Report for 11111! Report -- ---
Dickersonj; of the New York
.:Miss Florence Robinson of Eden, PostoOice Department, Annual Reportof Yacht Club paused) through Tlttisvllle aud the) sail was thoroughly enjoyed by sold fc'.HJO.for Several*l 11 boxo box but of they grapefruit he An hasp.anion Tune
thoM bmlrll.MEVEX' per averagedt$10
who has the of the Interior, several 72n'1street on
been Rollinsollege Department his
studying hard at Saturday enroute to homo at W. box. The lowest -
per price received .
< Winter Park during the pastel maps and volumes of the United New York, where he will make
Statistical Abstract DOLLARS BUYS YOU a fine for a few boxes w4).0" )" < per !box. General Patrick Houston and hi*. able
bt months left for home on Friday States Geological Survey, his headquarter for acouple of month
Mr. Carson 1 IIs, de-camp. Colonel Raymond Cay of the
of suit, at Juiirn K.IU'M.( wa accompanied by wife, ,
of the United States, Report
afternoon. She secured diploma with ere returning to Indian Itlver. Mr.
and they were on their to Eden!: to Florida State' Troop, punned through
which l Jeo. W. Davis U. s. 'f!tu nllill. VI... way
she I III much pleased. Her sister Brigadier-General Dickerson Informed us that he hail
purchaaed Tltustille
pay a visit to Capt. and &Ir.' T. K. Richard yesterday en route Mouth.
-Mrs. Fred O.,William*, of. Jacksonville A., on Civil affairs of Puerto Rico; Censns thirty acre of land at Waveland ---- *. They were on their way to make the following ( '
--accompanied her. of Cuba, Report on the I.egalltatull:! and that he Intended planting about Tax .Notl( e. --, --- -- Inspection;
of the Territory and Inhabitant of the twenty-seven acre In pine These lie
Mr. W. 'f. Olcott, who ha been Islands Acquired During the War With will cover to protect them from front. The city tax book will close. June 1, IK YOU WANT Tits GENUINE PORTO Company L, Second Regiment )Miami
June 1 o'clock
enjoying several months bunting and fishing Spain, etc.PIQUE We understand he ha already planted 1IKXJ, and all ruperty, upon which taxes Rico pineapple plant got them fromJ. p. m. 1
on the East Coast after spending that time will be WII.LIAMMOX, MU'co, Fla. Company I, Second Regiment KeyVP.t.
by advertised
--- ---- --- about five acre In pine, and by the are not paid \ June '
a few left I, 8o'clock p. m.
days In Titusville
OF THE LATEST STYLES. time he has completed til* plantation an.llIOll. -------
for his First Division Battalion (Florida Naval
was home for the In :New York.of reducing Mr. Olcott'svisit bill stripe and polkatlotorlglnalprice 25 he will be able to show, hi* New, York M./ H. Jo.r: :... jit., lie Itld of Your III*. Militia, Key West, June :2, 0 p. m. .

weight: In which purpose he was successful, cents per yards; next week, li cents friend bow, successfully) he can grow, City Tax Collector On Monifay evening they inspected the '

bating shaken off 01 pounds.Pineapple very. only at JULIUS KLI &'It. pineapple a* well a* alf yacht Prof. J. D. MacDonnell, of Little Rlv.or Jacksonville Light Infantry; Tuesday,

Fla. Teacher, Ilxainlnatloii.OrricK will treat anyone of any disease. they were In St. Au/ultloelnapectlnlt/

For Bale Cheap. without knife, surgeon: or medicine for the RUlolIVednelld"y.; they arrived at

Plants Wanted: Live Animal <<: Co. SITPT. Pt:n. Isi*. five dollar a month, by the Weltmer Daytona. and I Inspected the Rifle.
The sloop Golden Rule large and CQCnTLNAT: FLA. ff treatment. Prof. ilarUonnell I a graduate The above gentlemen are on a tour of v- ,

for tale-Red Spanish, Porto Rico, And Birds, especially land bill crane-, roomy; 4O feet long; 1-1 ft. beam;cabin 21 The State Uniform Examination for of the Weltmer College, of Nevada Inspection of all the companies of the ,
l mOth Cayenne, Abakka and Egyptian wild cat, bear and panthers. Good ft. long 10 ft. wide by 6 ft. high. Every Teacher will be held hi Tltusvllle be- Mo., and bas now a hundred patient }'IorldaState/: Troop..

"1'Jueen.' Write for price, stating kind prices paid for good peclmn convenience for water. Good chance to ginning on Tuesday the Btb day of Jane, along the Eat Coast Under this treatment
''\n d l quantities wanted. Address, BOB_KT E. CABTEB.: : get a party boat cheap Apply toMrs and to continue three day If neceuury.<< Prof. MacDoonell will treat and. "THE BIG DRUG STORE." Hnl y

C. T. McCABTT Manager Palm Beach 00, I GKO. COOK Jon: II. SAX, absolutely guarantee to cure any disease i Pharmacy Bay and Ocean street, Jacksonville

Anton, Fla. 8jal Palm Beach Fla. i TltnsvlIU, Fla. limit Co. Supt. Pub. Ins with which humanity I afflicted. I Fla.,4' .


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_ I JUNE I WOO.li .
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I J JI SENATORIAL CONVENTION.At The Gem Barber Shop. J I Notice of Sale of Stoek.Ur" SUMMER FORAGE CROl'S. !

.Artistic, Halt' Cutting, Shaving Shampooing A POWER
regular m cUng of the Senatorial etc. I'oicrlalu" l.tITolIlI. with attorney to m.. uiaila. bv William H. H.
Democratic Comralttra of the 13th :benatoilal Electrloal Bal I h.. arInched. Ktfeiytliing: I '.i.leaMin I will < Tar for pale to the hlgbntand Beggar Weed Cleaned Seed, 33c: lb., postpaid. 23c lb., if not prepaid.

Distilet Florida, held pursuant up-to-date. O. P HCATIXOTON' Prop. brut blilder"' for oanh upon the Millet, I'earl or Cattail, 23o: V.wtpatd : 15c If not prepaid, Express.Mlllotr .
t notice at Wt Palm' Beach on tbe FIRST M'lNllAY IN JWK: A. P., IHOO
2tli> day,of Apiil, 1MX!'! >, at which a quorum ;m: West. Bay .->l "".11I.- toe total honrn of .,'le. In fnmt. of the German, :20o quart, prepaid : 10o quart if not prepaid, Express.
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P r said Committee the <',,"I'I..",.. d'M.r' at Tltu.vllle, Plorl'la." three Kaffir Com Sorghum and Broom Corn, 20o) prepaid; lOo If not prepaid Express.
of was present, J.ICk..Dvllle.1 ,
Coa tIC
Hem Dlb,1' thai the 1 IN .bll.... or the m-impital tock| of the IHI .
following proceedings were had : A DVCTK dues! all kind of | ...altv <'nmiHiiv.| <>f the mar vuluo of $1110 >.. .h..u,1 Ilice, White Upland and Gulden, 20c qt mall, Klc qt, 'l. O bu. Express.
ordered that Senatorial tho ... "hll..... an amlinuiKiit ; -
On motion It was a "ill uxrcute to |
and for tho lath at short "..I k" :,..ud tlirtu mi nidt-r 01 o.Ttitli'BLU nuiuuor. rt ti.t naIl ntock. Cow Teas, Clays; : and Unknown $1..>0 bu. Whlppoowllls $1.00 bushel.
J JjI Convention In and bo o-iivinr.od lint It IN the place to I At the iuiuie time and place. by authority, (if apiwvrol
jI 15 HenatoiUl Ulstilct of Florida, be held "t4'ol.t have job (iilntlna I donn. attorney from' yO \ PierceID Urevard county, Flollda.at offrr for: !"nle: t' the. highest anil i bent bldiier for
...... It nlinrin of the capital ...t..ek..r the name
o'clock p. m., on Wednesday, time bib I e. 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
> ekdi anil
"it.r 511141
-Wo want to draw the attention of company, of time ,par
for the of
day of August next, \purpose "A"CII\4' annlKiiment: nf ccrtlflcalo uuiuber 2S,
iiomin,.UriK: a democratic candidate for our numerous renders along tbe East 'lor itulil ftiiclc to the ru-rcuanei', -- -- -- -_. -- ---- -

Senator of said district and fur time transaction Coast" nml throughout the state In general IConiiixn, Kt I.BAHAM., Attornejn.II. A. <:CRTl1S. GEORGE MARX. JOHN :A1AKX.

of such other business as may to the advts. ....f thn live arid ener "" ""Y-l-1:

coma On motion before tho It was convention.further oidered! that getlc; business men who ate bidding fora Iaister'n. Sale. 1VJ[.2k: : : : 'IB cz'S.,

the vote cast In the various i-Bclmln" share of your patronnge I In thecolumnsof

throughout the district for the Democratic the AnvocATK. If you .are In need! Wholesale: Uealeis In
Cor115'1 candidate for : In the List A\D HY VIRTfK OF A DFCREE
election be made tho basins of of any particular' line of poods the pink USHER, : ".. .. Hlld ante entered In the circuit GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE
general ('i>urr for Kravaril ( ounty on the 2:1.: : # j representation In said convention, and paper will tell 7011 the best place to buy lay nf M.iv, IM'w, and a Hllpileiii" ; nlal flei. .roe __
that encli precinct be entitled to one delegate tiieiTi. Head the adu.AflmlnlHtrntnr'M. "Altered. III tint. naiu auhe on the 27th lay of

I.J cILYOCAT4 for each ten votes, or a fractionover friinr M.rll ,A..r U.tine limit Cnutmrtjoimne I I ..Ill) ...II. at"loor publlo. at anptlon.'Iluinvllle' In, 131 antI 133 E...t Stay: Street ami O and 8 Newimu Street

/live so cast at the last general election Florida during the 'eual' bourn of ale. upon theFltUT
I :Not ice. JACKSONVILLE 'It lA.
anJ that all new precincts be entitled : MONDAY: IX:- JUNK- ': \. 1) HMO\ ,

to oue vote and that on said basis to the hlirhf. and bent Milder for CAHh the followliK -
-. -- the various precincts in said dlstilcls be W I1EREHY OIVEN to All Trndl- follows NOTKJB I I'it' ta ... ilUtilbntrcHiinil nil I m |irniiiiiihuvlni $ 'in the County of Urevard, and Htnfoof Florida.
4 THE CENSUS OF 1900. entitled to delegates' as : / : ..I..I1..r dun nn, ; LaGrange, :Jl: Votes. 3 delegates.Tituavitk of IT. A. {')ismqI" / 1111" 12 within' two (2)) \* irn frvtin thai ,ilHt. hereof to thin 'Mlhln' ..iid nt the water line of 8t. I.m-le' "Hound, all kinds ,Seed, and Potatoes and Cow Peas
We for of Eating
tinii<.r.t"ne.1. "r HIP. ...ot.. will, lie lurrml. All thence riuiKonth B7 d"(rr' e. wo..t.. alnnll' the north are headquarters ;
The United 2!
in tlio l'olnt 22! :
) count uf the people City : : : of also full line of Grain and Feed. We
the e.Vs Hay want
f .. PinTiiiit'' "oI..hl.,1 to l'. A. eb"I..el| will nettle Hue of '0101 I Hllibvn'it tract now property guaranteed geutmi carry a ,
tttatos will t"'gln In nil parts of the country HWlkleellle, [,:J II /5ntII .. with tho umlcrolicnxil.. It. .r. Klchardn to time rlithtof WilY or the 1'lnrlda' your Changes and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you ,,11be\ pleased.
I }1.. (}lathe :29.!! :3Meibotirne J .II1RI<:I'J( I'. nitOWN hunt ('..lUtt Railway: rim thence. Nnrlhwraterlvalimith .
June 1, and end in the cities two 14" 1 .. Ailiiilnlntrntnr .t thin, hMnteof t'. A. I hux-l.. Kant llnu of the rlttht at winy "f taut MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.B3T .
L Tltimville' Via ,May 26. 11510.( :lI'UI"J"ISherlrr'rt : Hallway nonie' ft 20 i-hitliiH' to the Honth line of a
I urtfoks later and in the rest of the II I Dealers.
country 21 2 Wo Sell to
Sebastian tract "flaml boniiht, I bv (". A. Kohiimon I mm W. ;: only
,, 1 before the close of the month. Tlm Fort I'lerce, 111 II 6Enlert I'';. :Itlcbardn',:, thence run North 07 d-grwa Eant,
21"J":1 slmi't, the honth' line of the Irjct Inncht oflllcbarilMand
J people are to bo counted nt their placet < Sale.UNDKR alonu the Honth hue nf tint Churchlot
Fort Jrmim. :&7" :J to thin. wutern of At. I.ucle Sound run. thence
of residence! but as many persons and Narrows lA' II 1 ". v..n"NII1I"lth/ \ 'Al: ,deKre. Vwr, lint, HIP,,in.lwrlnn' :
',. fami I leu' will be) away from their homes 1" 1 It : AMJ !IIY VIHTUE OF AN EXECU-, t the witer. ..Illto of !It. Lucia\ <......1 B 'Ill i chulnn
GOllrplaoa; l-anu'l, out nt the County. Court fur ,,,nro"T I I..HH, o l lie jiol nt of I eirlunlMir ti'trether' John B. Stetson University
t dining June, lliore! ID some danger that .1\1 enl tI. 2M II :J .0 Ilrevaiil, County In a .a"Me, therein, ppnil-'' with time (Iwi-lllnit. lmuimpe. Ollt bnlidliitn .....1110-
Canaveral, 1:1: It 1 .. tog whoriln. Prank K Honil' aunt Jacob. H. Con ,,ro uet., thereon.
1 bo counted. If they
such will not ra.l. .
person" I' 1 It purtiiern iw the Hnnil Lumber Company, are A A. ftTLWART.
not counted the locality 'lu which lIalllfver, :- I plialetniTi, anil' tOiwaoi: l Btilinff la 'iBfeiulant! I Special' Hester In Chancery.
are ,
AnkonR If" 1 ,
I I have Invlnil upon anil on account of the mint orremoval
they live* will be misrepresented t<. that ltlhcco 0" 1 i to the Court.. I If tine itrmr hulnif .oIHt.va. DELAXD FLORIDA.
'4 II ly tout treat, will wll at the flwellinic. Imime lorinerljroccupleil Notice.
extent, and In some cases. thU misrepresentation Ilanyan 2.1 2 liy E.lw..r s be enough to affect the ,hlle City, 21" 2 IIWllcllilcy o at the utorti or tald Htllmji. In Cocoa on tlmFHIHT .
may S" 1 MO.VLM V IN .M'LY A. n.JWK TifF nnrriT COITRT IN: AND FOR r r< -=--

representation 'In Congress of the, State )lall\bllr. 7 II 1 'I iliirliiK, thin liiiml bourn saleanil. to the hlichmtanil IN Jtrovard Countt. ill, Fli.rl.ln.. : r f'.IZMfTfl! ; tii\ !
from which they conic l.ocnllI''le' and Total for -- liitut lililiier* forcanh.. tho fiillouliiK artlclna Chancery.C. :
of pprmmal propuriy belonging to the ilL-runil-. A. Tt'iblnnun 1VS 1 < r
State pride, therefore, should, Influence BI'enrcl Co. b42":! M delegatel.t. ..lIt.t..wlt: -- I IAmyR .
tako lensonableprecautions At the ilwelllnff tinnnel, will sell. 2 (liwuelnRcaaeii Sliar anil. her tinsI" I Iltili for Relief .
.' all such absentees to \ 1 h4liy'n. tint aii'l Inatireas. 3oak hail room linnd l ili-n. K Hlnver. {'h..... f anil Ct. :
: against being omitted fromenumerations Lucie J2 votes, 1 deleatell.,: ,Hiiftn' hair inattroMHttfl' s ,iMtent Htilnici4' I Iron \\udlioruaiullLouryJ-. .
Lake Worth, Ja4" 1:1: '0 unit, : lirn,. :hull: inatlri:anil: |irln, ({, t Klnitle: iwii:; lleniiiliitt. }
hnthicirplaeeaot, residence. Lemon City, 711" 7Cocuanut mimi NPTI, I1.tI'.1. net. parlor. rim rut tore', I net timing It ai.iariiii| |t bv the, nlHdavtt of J.imei An- .
Such omissions are most likely to occur G've 01, It 7 .. room furiiltiiri 1 ,Hlilelnmril I sleet ranue anilrooking drew. nollultor roraiiniiliilnant.C.| A. KobfnMin.
IIFt utenMlit' nil 1"1. curl.et.an'I..ltl.. .". that' all ot mild defendant* are non-renldents of
1 In the large cities, where families\ close J ml r'1 ter. 411"j/ amid lanim.| TUB almve are at the IIOIIHH, anil, thc IoIt"'e 01' Klorliht$ and all over the age of
the Lauderdale 1.1": 1 may, lie. noun bv calling nlulI1... Hamilton, ) myiloimtv rwentynr. )reAte. .anti that. the defendant.. Amy
I their homes and /go elsewhere for Miami, IHII" iSJlypoiuxo .. at (''ut11a. K. "Hhaver ..,,'I her h".II.'III"n.. .' F Hhaver riBldeat
At tho .tlire I will nail. I roll tort ,lesk 8 ofcniintvr
The ocourrenou of the Pails a' 'aIoliay l.Hl: HiultMlie| Ktm4lllt ItriKiklvn. New York; and
4 Bummer. 1
I nc'Aleii'' vminw naxci Boll' taiilm,111 one thnt the ilefendnni ('ha.. K.: Wellborn renldes. '.. at .
1 Exposition this year Is likely to Increase a' 1 itl'onipano 1.1 lnt can of paint. ai one-half 'immt calm...if |tahib, Hit Mroadwnv., :New York City New York ; an I ,
t II 1. atOjims I one Ih can vonnllllimi II one Hi culm raw Klnna. that the iiefnndant Homer J. Heandett. '.....hIe., at _
the number absent! from the countiy.In It '4Cutler. Hfino Ih calls liii rut vlviiii( V.one I Ij .". KiHiichoi'hr. I II CJ N.I._HII rtreet New; York (iry. ;New York I ,
1 .', t Ih rhroiii, nI"t..w, A .iniIh
all of Hhllence one ann < nanNrh" anil, thut them In no |M'>rHon in the Xtsunf Klin-
r cases qontompliiUd 'a 1 .4 ) ..*. 11'1'.11.11..11..11'I can. of wooilhtwn, icrcen, lila, nervli. upon, ., %vhinu would """llh" sal. ui ,,10.1. -
the head of the family I.. requested' by 1'olnl fill'JUld H one Ih taim Inillan rail.. 6 one Ih can. lto'c pink, .1..(..",.."inri, almve IInmllll It In therefore, ordered
:'A tint, 111 (!. IIM i.,lfi.'K |I"ai". one. lit* ciitm Knicllihilroi : i I that the "ii Id reniiondenM Amv H Hhxvrrnnd For Both SexeH. This Scholastic Year, Began
the Census Olllce to communicate with \ Co. r.H": r,7 110IejtlpII.: hluuk.H IIIIH Iltciinn Ituw I rnihur Aiinn Hi her, .liimlminl, i.eo !'. Hlimer: f linn. i I.:. Welliiorn,
the supervisor of the dlstilct In which On motion It Ilinrel"rellllrat the various. cans liiirnt. rniher' 10 fine hub" pint oun-4- hnanirlpulnt and Homer lleauih-tt do apponr, at t'' e Clerk's October. 3rd. Send for: Catalogue,
ii oiiB-h.ill' plntcaiiH oil HtHlii I, uonehalfpint iiltlue, at 'rmtnm,' \\lie. Fli>ri : :
lie lives. 110 Is aLso requested to leave prerlnct" primaries' held or two bo held, I ciiiiH' vurnlHh ntaln, 2 one-hulf ;pint liana, A.>
I to dent delegates to the above convention ).ilinliun( 3 ulla iilntcaiiH Anplmltuui a one. half. RI'.CO\IJ:' DAY OF .IULY. A. r>. MOO.\ College, Academic Normal: Art and Music Depaitmcnts. Large, commodious
I Information regarding his answers to the I the gallon citiiH, >o :ail llovdell'n paint I ; 4 n....'..|".... to tilend. nnnwer nr ,demur to tho Complainant's
oidured conducted by
I t bo and .. Mil. \ herein, "lit In further Dormitory buildings with perfect sinitary: airangeirtent; artesian water etc. Inguiing .
be asked with tar iinllon calm S. 31 lionlnira palm, .1 one trim I- of con"'Ilntnr. tiled ; ,
qiioHllous which aio tu I same, pirclnot.. ofllocin, and I by the same lon calm I)eVIH,'N I llrinl' l tlllnr, 2 oue-hHlf itulltinrun ordered, thut, thin in.t I'M, be pnhllidiad' once, eachueek
oma responsible' \ neiKhbor wmu! ( will( mtmzi'ee i ,method .us t the County )primaries' In IIl\i and llnvilell'n. flair |1..lnt.I: one hair. trillion ,1ims N I,. AnvvorATK a nownpupisr ]iuLill...lieil, In
to sue that It leaches. (he enumerator on held, and on such d. 'es Kit It..yulil, I'a Hnoriialnt, I U one iiinrter| it mliiiii anx llrfvard. ('...IIiIV. Florlfhi.ltre trained and expeilenced teachers. Send for Catalogue containing full Information.
between such hours an said pieclnct officers No. .M) Iliijilnll'it, Hour paint! :a i IUIH-IIIIII, tel gallon \\' .n the Hon. Minor S. .tonen .Indite' ; of
Ids roti,ids. 8 ich 'Information might / shall\ or shall\ have dhcctnH c..n. Nil Mil llnviliiir untKiilu white paint 8 one nnld, iNMirt. and the rent' of nald Court .nt the Address. J. F. FORBES Piesidont. '
better )be left as a memorandum In wiltIng On motionthe Committee I I adjourned.KIIKII'K \ i>l lnt I'ntiltMi I' drown DhpllaoI i icallnnM. I I"vn,,'. I'onrr HoiiHB. t Tltimvlllu, Florida' thin tIme IHthdiynf
I I lliillil| II Hor. ,ml ,,n 111111. I llicht h-r.I oil (Huv.ie''*). :May, lomi. --
nit In that case It Is less' likely to be \ ; 8. MOUNK:, Sceiotary.' B nmtiileim. niov. ,, I w'.1| .'..ve. 2 hanil carta. 3 (SKAL) A. A. STEWART.

I overlooked. The questions to which anwors ------- ----- line 11 I wall will: Iiiiiimm.m be ruuulveil, 3 well; l on I piiliitu any:: of, !the hint i: almve hniiUjrt.lllilM I articia. Clerk of the Circuit Court.Pi H. A. HODGES.
.. .
are desired, apply prlmailly fo time ..
MATING TURKEYS.An ljnuillW' J. I'. 1MHIOWN aliorlir. > you (liter your drinking water ? Manufacturer of
population, but also to all farm, and n"I/I.1

tifiiotuilng eatabi immhmmentmm. They are Raitert Oh'. Valuable Informsvtlou _. _n __ ____ h. .-- --- ...C ]n'ess and Yellow Pine L ii inber...

to tlmo In oil Tills Mubjvvl.As ESTABLISHED 1B7B.
being publUhed from time to fthupv of tom mid liom to !brood ROUGE AND DRE1:>SED. k Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable (Crates.

the press of the country. from 1 select large, hfiidd and feel Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges: or building In

By taking this troublo tho absent citI- lout body long! lic-ck, held well up, and w:=: ::: ::E30-cTES: : c55 CO. any part of Florida, would do well to wiite for \prlci-H. The saw mills are locatedat

zen will\ do jiiHtlcu to his locality and his a broad" !buck, mind \L)rouHt. with longMlmnks. Buffalo Itlutr near 1'ulalka, on time J.. T. K. W. Ity Lumber delivered to any

State, and, maluilally aid the Census Ofllou A short turkey will fatten __ GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS part of tbe East Coast. Address : II. A. HODGES Buffalo Bluff, Fla.KSVABLISIIKD .

In the peiformanao of Its duties. euilift! and look larger w lieu uot fully ,

matured titan tLo, tangy oue but the <11 J East Hay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. 1880.

MERCHANTS READ THIS! littler will make tbu weight ut maturity
much heavier und will product1 luruvr We handle only the best and most reliable Seeds A complete Mi'dt o' Hay.

I turkeys. I select Lions the same Coin, Oats, "Flour, Bran, Wheat Grits Meal, Cot: tun Seed Meal, Imil. )luinht: and :Bond Lumber Co.
The AnvoCArB: eohoos the Rentlments dark wholesale.\ State agents for TygertAllen; Fertilizer CoStar .

of the 8U Augustlnu !Record, la the fol. wuy. yet It they are specially well Brnn't Pertllliem-(InarHiitxecl Analyula, Oranitw. tree ,anil V"let..hl" Perti'iirr', Pii'al ronn.Done ,
uiarki'il I und good In weight I would Nitrate Hixla Muriate of INitaoh. Sulphate l> >: via. 'Ihcne 1.lllb..... b..ve at
1 taken from Us columns) : wificimmmvlnee.: ; .:,. .rf"I'O: \! Jfanufactuiers of and Dealers In
lowing clipping, uot discard them If uot quite us tall un superior In the market anti a trial I free.

"While we do not disguise' tho fact 1 like them to be whoa {)ulleta. I uiuBoiuetluuu -
I that wo are working for our living, we, dlsuppolutcd lu pullets, !but ,

nevertheless, Insist tlutt our !great aim Is cannot( remember that I WIT have T. GIBBENS
Houldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing;; Also Veneered and Sawed; Orange
to promote and maintain. tho highest Interests bvvu III u tutu-pulletasuwetiuwmn\ III'euo
and Crates. We solicit
Vegetable .
of thlscommunlty. Woare paying lai-gt-r at 2 than at 1 year old. They correspondence.Saw
1 while 1'laningand! Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills on J. T. & K. W. Yards at
We often mop 'owlug ut ieur) ; R'y.
hundreds of doll.irs for pay-rolls toni never <10"". Other \pullets grow: HAY GRAIN FLOUR GRITS MEAL BRAN COTTON SEED DeLand and Tltu vllTe.
we are bringing work to our employes ,
until they are! :2.i and :U yearn old. --
from other sections, the money for which My method of mating la simply this:
Middlings etc. etc.
comes back and In paid out here. As a Select the very best torn ponstble and ,

money distributor, for from a financial lu females do uot discard I a very line ...,....--
point of view that III what wo are, the uiui'Ued' one because it la uot quite us Depository for Cumberland Mills Flour, Grits and Meal. to us by Express postoffice order or New York Exchange, wo will

"i Kooord Is as live au enterprise! ns there is large as. duslrud. Iy( this I do not send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,

In St. Augustine We make no cheap menu that I "breed! from small !boned Agent for the Celebiated CANOPY patent flour. FOUR FULL QUARTS

pica. for charity, but we honestly and female. There are some larger than Get my Pi'Ice List To Dealers only.
others In all Hocks of the uuuio
Of the Celebrated
fairly claim tho support of time merchants Seven-Year-Old

and residents of thU city. We ask for and brooding\ I should: pen\ not of au advise undersized the: use femaleor lu the 1=. :3DOlHce L G JSSE: ::t'rS.,

no contributions of gratuitous nature. ii runt; nor should' I discard from and Warehouses near the Viaduct Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey

We give you a tlrst-cl.iss paper At a reasonable amy breeding yard au extra lurg., female

prlco. We do so for the Rood of I because .he U. uot quite up infancy JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
WenhlplnPLAIX PACKAnF.S nomarkato Indicate which
content ( will avoid' all
time city, for tbe betterment of Its Interests poluu for the reason that the ._. .) When, you net It and test It. If It I. not natinfactorv., return It at OUR EXPENSE and..
for the of Its morals. tow will overcome to sonic extent the four ':.1.-JO will be cheerfully refunded. ThU Whlnkev, In a* (rood .any $A 00 good In the market.NVe .
are olosj at hand smut can give you QUICKER DELIVERY than dltitant. bonne*. We have
We, therefore, candidly ask for tbe support defects. Tlie well marked female will TIlE ADVOCATE PRINTING HOUSE. been doing. nnaliipna, thin city mind at the name utand for over 11 YEARS and a* to our KKAHONhlBiUTY : -
produce large stock from the uiatlug AM RpUTAtlON for bonellt dealing, we refer you to any merchant Here or 10
who share' with
of all\ merchants usau time editor of this paper.
IntoroBt In St. Augustine's present with a largo: torn and the ouo uot so /--' SOLOMON & LEV!,
: well marked will produco evenly mark (
good and future welfare." ed young from the mating with a well -- fI'I f 10:23): & 1930 First Avenue,
-- ------ S P. O. Box No. 33.
fI marked torn. Yet these must !be exceptional r'r0 BIRMINGHAM ALA.

;1 An > ? NfYICEWe pay Exprens CharpM to all points reached by 8OUTHEKX EXPRESS COt
a fancier! to have many females In bill PANY.: hut to point on line. of other Expn>.. Companies, we prepay( only to point. where
If one objecta to the odor of carbolic \breeding yard that are not well marked .Bouthern Eaorem Company transfer to said other KxpreM Company.

acid he .mnay uso for the plumbing! an and very large. lly undersized we

odorless disinfectant prepared an follows menu/ pullets for If at 2 years old a Os: S "T E3L-crtva, :: : cSc C? O ,

: Dissolve bait a pound of permsnUrnnateof hen Is Dot un average size, I should
an. BIO W. Ray: st., JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.
potnslilit four gallons of water discard her unless there were some
pedal point I wanted to Impress on
,: and pour this carefully down tba I'I pOI. tlock.
Till solution If allowed\ to stand In my
1 once had a red (egged turkey pullet. &a
will stain The
basins tbem purplo.
She was not large when young but her
tains may b. removed with a weak solution h'g"'I'l' almost too deeply colored to 4 I t V.t.

of oxalic acid. The acid. must bo. be! railed pink.' I bred from her. ns longas 4

rinsed otT Immediately after it bus been sine. lived or. I should say until she :- j'1 -e'I -w'I-----AtME' -, -

used.-Juno Ladles' Home Jouinal.Mlata was stolen. I could tell the turkeys -j--- .- :.vqh2 a -. e'e> -
from her eggs.. They were a good size
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Convention lt.!... and invariably l had pink legs when (' 1 : i I _
young though not as deeply colored as : a11 I iL
were hers. From this hen I got; that
Each delegate must pure 11111I0 a. flrstcUsa .
line of breeding which !give In some of
ticket from the of to :
place starting
t iny yards ,pink legs In young. stock. I
\ I place of meeting at the regular tales and can tell It wherever I find It. Hut thisis :

i8 at the same time procure from the ticket the ouly female I ever kept that was ''JE

agent a certificate, showing such payment under size after she was a pullet. It Is

n I of full fare as a delegate, and the better If the breeding yard can be made

II route by which return ticket will bo de- up entirely of extra large well marked

,t aired. The return tickets aro then procured birds, but so many persons ask me
.1,? on these ccrtllioates from the ticket about mating that I have given these Fine Job Work Quickly Executed.

'I I I offices In Jacksonville.J. C. COOPEH Secretary. opinions.Poultry-Mr JournaL*. B. G.- Mackey In Reliable Four Full Quarts Delivered for $3.20.


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I Professional Ca.rds. I CALL FOR THE DEMOCRATIC "

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I I "Call for a State Uemocialio convention
are the most fatal of all d1sI -
to be held at Jacksonville KSa.:
I i I
eases.FOLEY'S. June 11! 1000. jJ :
Tuesday, Keepem"s :
and 2 to 4 p10mto m"1 I KIDNEY CURE Is a "The Democratic (party of the) State of House

TrTtrsvit.LK Brevard Co., FLORIDA.p Flol'ldl11\ hold 1 a State conventions' at .

O. BOX 108. Guaranteed Remedy, Jacksouvllla, on Tuesday, June 1'1, at 12: ti"')

Will practice In all the courts_tate and fed noon, for the following (purposes: \. .

sealh Special facilities for examining and perfectIng or money refunded.: Contains "To ohooso delegates/ to represent the ,

'land titles. I'I remedies recognized by eminent State In the national Democratic! convention -

L. OATJLDEN, I physicians as the best for 1 1I to be held at Kansas City, !Mo\ on Don t vonjiiiow .

D e I I Kidney and Bladder troubles. July 4, I 1'JOO\) ; to nominate candidates: for the netts about oil stove! ? They have __ ", ;' ",,, 'l. .. I'1 lM'

ATTOR EYATTW., the offices of Governor, one Justice of been perfected so that they now equal j I

Will In all the Cnnrts of the. State PRICE SOc. and $1.00. the Supreme Court, a SeeioUry of State,
Flor reaches the Uliltort Stalin Courts.I. li. It. \\VII.M cV: SON. any stoves! made for cookiug efficiency A r I
01 i ql l lII t.
Attorne'-ttcneral, Comptroller, Tronsnr-! '
j O Box,23S. TITU8V'ILLE. FLA. safety, beauty[ and convenience. The t tl II \
er, Superintendent of Public Instruction, .
, Money to Loan. 18 most economical stove yet can use and
FILTER CommiNKlnnernf Atfiiculturo, n ltaIroadCummisinnerfor ( !
the comfortable in Lot weather is: the IfL
GOLDSMITH, the tern of four yeius, P 1 1 '
vI. AVOID DANGER. four Providential Electors and four alter\ p.

hates, to bo voted for at the next: regular j 'Wickless -
I 4 :T.)RN EY.A'r-r.\. I
State election and to transact such

TrrtT'jvii.r.ic, FI,natnA. i No; Store, Hotel ;, Boarding g House or ResIdence other business ns may come before the } II! ,
1 t. DIne
should be without the Anti- convention.( ). Flame Oil: Stove; I! I I l lII '
1 I
"The dilturent counties In the Mate
r Germ Water Filter. .
h.J will send! delegates. to the convention upon ( t oltf'I I
It bums the same oil ue' in
ATTORNEY.AT LAw; tho basis\ of yon
following representation: )1)l I
1 I. lamps, at a cost of one-half cent nn hour .... ,X' I ,
win in the Courts of tIle 7th One delegate for each one hundred votes .
prartice for a burner Makes no soot\ and no -- I
<"Mrcult. Taxes paid for non-residents li : itllli cast for the candidate on the State ticket : t 4 I)
: odor. Sold in all sizes. If your dealer
and rents and accounts collected. who received the highest,: number of votes -
write : .
does not have them to
TITU8VU.T.E, FKOHIDV. nt general\ election\ of 1MXI" and ono additional I
oy11J vote for the fraction thereof' STANDARD 1 ,

PENNEY, r when It ninouuts: to fifty or nioio. The i

A.D. committee haa also allowed additional I

ATTO EY-\T-rA.W.: representation. where tlio v"tuall Increased '!

At the elecclon of 11'11"t In
'TlrullvlI.IP:, Fi.niiin any ...... -- .
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county for State olliceis. The oounllon,,

Will practice In ,,11th.. courts of tho 7th !s lr I Ilr'ater under! this rulo will bo ontltlud to representation CULTURE.Fitftf .

Judlcl.il CII cllit. ns follows: AND
Dm mi Prom the IVper/enee.: Watches; Jewelry.
bciuj clear and sparkling U no Al.irhtia .14 Lnou . . 14 of llitullMti and \nit'rI-n. tjrtiM.r.. !
A. WORLEY proof it i I. pure. Well orcUtom water Hrnclrol"I) l Levy . . A '
Luiti' hlids. ri'iilUttuute: poiiud I
GEO that U full uf typhoid fever! and malarialgerms Hiker . . .2 Liberty . 1 ptr| i 1I
ATTO UNE Y- T-L.\.\V.OenerlLl m.ly I lio perfectly clour. lliovanl 5 Manatee . .3Culhoiin In propoit.oti. : tlinu the M.III.I: I oirH.: I I I Tbeold established' Watch and Jewelry business, THE GOLDEN j

In State und. Federal Is your drinking or cooking water .2 Ma practice muddy or cloudj? Itimdllv cleanse It Citrus . . .1I1'tl1l1.lul1. .I mesh too "sticky, or too dry. but Just
Courts. All business. entrusted will from. nil e.n'ih. Html, IIIHCOIH or sllmi- Clay . . 4 ,Monioo . . .4 au that It chugs' together uli-oly. to 417 West Kay street, on the .same suds uf the, stumf In theTiavelets' .
attention. !
receive prompt Is the water you ass bid smelling 01 Columbia.Nassau( ,, : . . .4 Intel I block Established In IM7:1.: Address, '
General Counsel for tho Tuttle Estate, lasting? In I It ton mncli trouble to clean Dado . . .4 Orange . . ..10Deaoto No stack 1"13' hettt! fur Huper( rl..I.Inlt I I 1'1'
Miami.MIAMI tut. the olstern or well us often as shouldbe . ()i/OHCCOIH), . :. .3 1111.1" little extra cure tluiii youiiiiturkoys. '
? It tin drninnjju (nun house, stableor ..J.O-crJS: : I.: STEP: : : : IENS.: .
: FI-OKinv. \)11\ v.1..1! P.ISCO ? . .4 says look In Poultry.ThoHp : .

privy dangerously near your water Ksonrnbht: . .11/ Polk . . :.8 birds wlilch are headed fat 417 WEST HAY HTKKICr JACKSdNVlLLK( ) FLA.
anxloun ,
supply, no 1to make: you' ? Kninklln . 2 St. Johns..1 ka
LAMES ANDREWS, kllllutf at Christmas IIhulIl11I1'l'\ hot I
have you bad typhoid or m.iliiiiaiu' : join n
Gadsden..7 Putnam . .8
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ATTORXEY-AT-L: family lately and realized that: the water: tttmlitnn..4Santa 1 Kosa . .5 I uii'iil lii-fori, they ur" allowed out iu .- -
used ba fur III' Then
may responsible
ifolnandu..2 Sumter..4 the 1II01'lIhljtll. .
F.M'r\l1.I\IIIiIII"T! :
Main office and P. O., Ttnmr.s, FLA. LITTLE BROWN JUG KILTEKat .
: a
net I HllUboio . .2(1(I Muwanneo.S Ttn'Keys will drink ocriiHlonnliy Uur-
Office open at Ft. Pierce on end and 4thFI'ldays Iti low popular 1 price, and you are Holmes. . . .a Taylor . .2 InoubatloiS hut decline -- ,
of each month. safe It will remove Impurities.. Jackson . '. .0JetTeiBon Volnvia..8; lag usually I IiI :
Public State at L>\rlle. i JUT": They lire very cheap, and will last . 14Litfniyette ''vvrtkuiu: . !a much food), and roiiHi>i] iently come mu .
Notary: ; M. Lane &
elitetiesVhen witting for Information : . .:1 Walton . . .4 of h.iuhluif Him ruttier" p."U'111.1 then Son

please Inclime mump. All orders Luke . . .7 Washington,. . .!. lived heatty food. I ,
E. FOSTER, must. boiiccomp.inled: by ea'''h. Lee1 . . .2 After turkeys aro about N weeks old.
QTEPIIEN Piucrs: Large ones, :M Oil ouch; small If allowed
fJ.01ll.1ach.I "fhe counties will select their delegates they do better to Hlicp out 252 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW: YOiIIC.Southern .
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, In the with no CO'l'I'11I1l'l'1' \
For full particulars, apply to the agent, In any manner: which may bo considered open r
Rooms 420 and 42:J Gardner Building, CLAUDE WALTON, Tltnsville, Fla. best by thepeupleacting I throughthe them than If (put In Hvnnn < lom> I
bouse.Vhnt. .
JAOKSONVIM.K: FI.A. ------ partynrgadzu4ous. \ an teuognlzeil! by 'I \ In the fi>tih( <>ii>d cn> tloti I If I, Fruit and Produce f

The Largest and Most Complete the !heat, State convention. I)inociHl more nuicnillcrnt tl.ini: a tint 11.1'uf

\"I'Er. T. "I1I.\YLott, Ooitwxe: R. HHIM>MK.CIIAYLOR Establishment South. are Invited. ,) to partiolpato 'In the "..It''II'>ii I tur..t-js. whi-tluT dl ispuylug|': Ina!:cli' -'orpeons u' ,

A DUOOME, of delegates thereto, Including those who coloring tho'siii t or" Ktntlilni\ ; ot'O.xrl.1oo1oc.: : : : : :JMIorcho.c.: : : : :

GEO S. HACKER & SON have become ijiialllleil to volu HIIIUO tho through woods nuil fields In Kt o( I

AT'rORXEYSATLAW.: !: last election.) food l'INl A"I'.E.A! : 81'ECIAr.78hmdJII, Curd, and our quotations furnished oa i !

Will practice In all the Courts of the "The chairman) and.! secretary of each Turkeys like Io roost. n* hlgl:i ni pon-
Ible, In the hoiiMt' TLerctnre. the nppllcntlon. I
State. Office in Law Exchange.JACISONViLLE :;: county convention held for tho L
III IIIL. purpose pi chew i should Inon n level I to prevent ,
of electing delegates to the:State convention Iheiii frum liri-n thliltf foul air. UKthey

are requested! to sued to lluu. \V..A. nit more suhji-tt Io loup nnd rolilthan !

T7 W. CRAVEN, KiwU, chairman Tallahassee, Kla., a ) any other fouU. THE SOUTHERN FRUIT CO.

written or printed! c"p'yor the proceedings It should always) In* borne In mind t>M

DENTIST. of such county conventions together / limit unless the slock birds. nre IIIIKO HIH 1

Castle Hall, 111 West Forsytli Street. with a list of the names <>,f the county I lnioHHlhlc| ,' to Kct the yoiiirjf! anew! toe 10 and lj: Bridge/ street, JAC1\HO: V1Jr.N:, MLA, t
good I weight.: Therefore I It t Is bi-st to

JACKSONVILLE, FLoum\. .., ......_ Yt -r. executive designated committee tho chairman, In which and! secretary khould l be of In1l 'IIII''''' the III rjrl..t11101. / lluest. stock Wholesale Fruit mid Produce( ii\Ierehuhts.We ,,1I
obtainable: to breed from."
such committee."W. I '
Many farmers allow their. young pay cash for nil fruits and voietablos, receive on 0011 mission,

GEORGE W. ALLEN, MANUFACTURERS: OF A. KAWLS I. Chairman. turkeys to rim In the stubble! tli'lds giving shipper the benefit; of tho market.IMtOMl'T II
"J. C. Cooi'tcit, Secietnry.. which Is a good pliin., as they not ouly !
JtirrUHNH.: OICIIintH'': FILLii: at LOAVKNT: IMtlCKS.:
ATTO E Y-AT-L A W, Doors Sash Blinds I loom
pick' up a great deal of (urn. lull

REV WEST FLOBIDA. often get dainty morsels of JrI'I'I'D"tult. '

the United Statesand Moulding & Building Material F>villnK Millet fa rrmlers.Ttp besides wblcli they hnvu 1 plrnty I '1'0MA'I'GE4: : ; : COCOANITTB, LEMONS: : t''
Will ID
practice fljuninT : rn refill how you fet-d millet to the of fresh air and exerc-lst OKANdKS( : (llfAVAH, APPLKS; ]VllTAlOKrt' ; ONIONH CKLKHV; t
State Courts. Office & Wareroom, King, opposite fowls. It routinedpcclally. ) Let no novice! In this bimlnusH h
Cannon Stl'Ul.lt.Charlcston breeding they nrt- 1'" suppose roUI/niY AND! KflUH.: ( Address, .I
In a coinrnnnlcntlon to Aincr- he can su(.**....1 l without grout 1'

J. O. FRIES, C. E. S. C. Iran 'oultry .lourunl last full I ndvlsi-d care and prmli'ix'o. YOIIIIK turkeys are THE SOUTHERN FRUIT COMPANY, ,

all\ who could l to secure .n quantity otIInlhrn..hl',1 the most tender of all young fowls. and t
COUNTY :SURVEYOR.Land )10 an.I2] Ilrldge Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
need the most This '
millet and) to use It an care. cnri- emunienccH

legally surveyed and sub-di"ided. Sash Weights, Cord anc scratch material the (pens during the with a (good selection of tin -- -- "- .. -- -- j Ii
Nfapplni: neatly done. Estimates for winter. It was thought Hint the mnii- finest earliest and) heaviest turkeys' for '

all kinds of enijlneeilng; works. Disputed Hardware, nor of the proper use of this materialwas breeders. i.I i.t *ft!

lines a speciAlty.TrTUIIVILT.IC. made plain. but It m-eni not. A Old hen wives assure us. that as I
Window and Fancy GlassA few days ago I nan In the western geese rrtfiilnte the coiiiiiioiR-ciniTit of
., Brav.ird Co., FLORIDA. part of Iowa and) railed upon a fancier their laying by the feast of Cundlemns.

HP CIAI.TY. friend. Uf hail) written me that his .o turkeys always lay their Drst eggs/

nURMIAM: M. D. fowls were "off:" that they did not ou tiood) Friday< / ri'Kardlos. of the uiuv- t
N.S. seem to relish any feed!. and that lie ability of the/ fast Hut It Is 1I'1'I1I'I'ally 1 l 1

could not Induce them/ to eat or take found that they begin/ to lay fioin
SURGEON: and SPECIALIST, exercise.. I found conditions just an lie. Marsh 13 to the end of the uionlh.--A

Ear,. Nose and Throat. describe) The reason was very plain. Few Hens. ,
Upon! the Boor of each pen wan a covering /,
TEST PALM BEACH, FI.OHIDA.! SEEDS of lulllet strew several Inches Mrs. Lakeside saw something today

r. -- (tbicn. The fowls. bad thrashed the that called up a vogue recollectionof tI I t

nouoiiTo: the Alw.ya sad than ehat say> .rID aced. millet and l I Ix-llevo there was at leant my first. rrmrrlnKO. /.

D1 that only 001.1 hair u much.Te.ted a half peck of pure millet seed next the Mr. J.llk".lclJhl) you? What was H HThe II I

FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS: : true to ham.. heett. Mkror and door In nrh t>en. The fowl hail be- It?
reliable. Aiwayatb.b.other.writ. come "stalled"! by reason of eating too Mrs. LnkesldeMy! first husband.. I HI
Ferry's-take Do '
on the (Denton) for 1510 B.d A.oa.l.D. much millet and of course were "off hadn't seen him (, r years.Phlladel. I'

Now AT PAM BEACH. y. FLRar. YMS.i COaD.Iral. feed". and dumpy. Our good) frletiil/ phla 1.1'.'... bi, ;;; ,.'
had! simply used too much millet\ anti -. '

'"HOW[ TO DO BUSINESS not enough judgment. Millet In a very j
strong roo matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one inmate
OR 1IIH' straw us a scratch material and) occasionally -

Secret of! Success In Retail Merchandising, vr As an advertlslnR. medium, no put In a little of the millet all seventy years of age, who has been in the infirmary for three years,

:V. paper on the East Coast. can Treat the would have been well. It Is grand a great sufferer from indigestion, and has been taking Ripans Tab- .'
OEO. N. McLE\ -
The Mont-Comprehensive By ,fwtlcal. and V luihle ADVOCATK. live us a trial advt.., food.! but. like everything else roust ..tkr ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he I U
rreatla.. on Hiisiness. soil How u 8n<;c.Mi. and be ix.iiviniMd of the pink paper' lie fed properly.- Thomas 11'. Ulgy/ / la '
,ullv Do It, ever ptiMlshml. worth. American Poultry Jourual 1 never without them. lie is willing that his name should be used in ;,
A text" book of hints, mle and exunples -
ol eu..h rare practical Value that everyone, n. m... a testimonial as it might be of use in persuading some other person ;, )
:.or how old anaexiierlencfHl. cannot but derive To.'o. a.. ..
*l>'.>lute and po.ltire" value from 'Its t,sohlnniwhile 444, BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE to try them. A second old gentleman, in the same institution, '
to the novice It Is a hand Ixxik anil'roiutirenf
DI l IndlHpniuuitile younu Afconw value.riran Wanted. Full eighty-four years of age, has had liver trouble for many years and [ I

%.ir...ntanint" ,Chapter including. the f'morekecper J balk. on rwrelptl In all. find that R'l'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have tw. l 1 li,
l Hoiic 1".11I
to every
n.!.. PoMtl'' ''''' on rwplpt of 'J All.Iree.oItF"tRSUO nurses there,one thirty years of age the other forty-two; both suffer i
'. Dearborn .treee.: : Cblcatfo.Ill 1 from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and ricrvusness. '-I iJ!
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take the Tabules and find them useful that I ,
:?- Subscriber, your attention U drawnto TRADE MARK They so they i

the name-and-date slip pasted upon DCBIGIMSCOPYRIGHTS Ac. always have a package in their pockets The matron also states .1

your arrears paper please or wrapper.remit.Marriage. If you are Aavnn..enAfn.. ,.c.rt.in ear a.kptrh etnnk.:: and), frw 4.errrptk.n..vgntrklv w.eLher'. a.Inr.ntl.fl ..... that she i is forty-five years o' age and at times suffers with indigestion r; Ij

tinn..tnctl Ie pr.'OI.bl emfld.nt.1.pa.nt.ala)I.ndtvnk(.en.nmunk....-.. causing pain and paroxysms of IxJcWag, and finds that tin '
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Paper.*,. ., .ant pmonxntrial fret (.*:n a5eerr t rnugb: for.=the;u:r.o.lve The Illustration which Is copied from Tabules are very good indeed and Is perfectly willing to have her
walout.b.r.t4 U>
e Tboeaan of .dv.rtl.er.'t .I..a Ka'Ice For catalogue and price a from. Weal The Poultry Keeper, U mad from a Dame used in a testfaftonlaL
I' .-.. ...... lUll.ore Scientific Jlm rlcan.A
4 '.ate... free Formal to ladle and. sample- ClOP,. rte.tJ.r photograph of ft pair of prize winning B.W.JEROME, ..,", ._ -- --- _- I Ic
.... Ohl.. ... ........',. iiln.U5ted w..kIf.. I.rae.t rlr..nt."nn Toulouse bred and owned, ......D-r. -- ..
geese byline -t::
a IIOCIAL"IIElICU.T.' or any.nl....ua.. ,. "'.......83: a Rockledge) Kla) Agt., for llrevard Co. :: .. z-:
.om"'l ... .... =.. ::t.: -
IL.I'_ r.a
y_. four raontb*.II. .ed Tree farm, at Jamecburg. N. J. r.S.s 1- .w ra.r --
Great BI.g. A,&i.. .AMPLE..pl..of allduJen'DNe."pape"T"cI I' & Co 95MUNN .......,. New York The goon here shown laid 41 egg be.sor. Agent for
....... for the Globe Oa
)I..la_ .... Upon receIpt or I'".far Or B umd..em!' r It.W..I..ua).G. sb became broody. East Coast Engines. -
Ad" Bur.... la at.Glair St..T.ae.a.

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& _'. RIVER ADVOCATE, JUNE 1, 1900....


A W.E.LT JOURNAL PETOTED TO THB I>BT&IOrMIXT /- do not think the above cap
OF THE INDIAN RIVER, LAZE tton any too severe in the face of FLA.YOU
WORTH AND BIHOAVHB HAY NBOT1OKB.PUULISlinn the fact that the present administration .

has appointed fourteen negro Baking ,
EVERY FllIUAY.OBARLEII census takers for the city olAugiiRta would do well If you have property to sell and want It advertised In tlilt

& Itilillnlier. Ga. The proceeding is a paper, free of cost to you, and put In the hands of live men, to write at once to'
II. WALTON Editor and before the public.
Blank Contracts
thin Agency for put your property
criminal the that the
one, reason B3T": Many sales will probably> be made this winter by this Agency. Why not
DhlotIIlU..I1C of Wets. must he made per appointing power knows the Bpi lit yours.

_ally at this ounce or by writing. of the Southerner, knows that this PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10.00.

CHARLES. flagrant and high-handed net of injustice IowderEconomy' CHANGE Had VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to *2.ljO: () per acre.
Check,ota., may ha made payable to
II. WALTONpublisher. perpetrated against the Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of Eau
white citizens of Augusta, will he Gallle; flr t.-claH" for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price. 1000.
Address all communication to CHANGE GLOVE, 1 i acres, 50 miles south Tltusvllle. Will pay $1,000 this
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, bitterly resented, knows thai thl year and $2OflO next. Price, $1,000.
TITUHVILLB. FLGHIUA.. resentment will be curried tin fir a HAMMOCK: LANDS, near Tltusvllle, from $5 to $2!;5 per acre.
I to perhaps bring on a conflict between One bundled. and sixty acres, lake front, 2} miles west of Titusville, good for
I pineapples vegetables and oranges. Price, $;.">r 0.0".
the' races, knows that theconflict
U. H. efiirtmcnt| of Agriculture
will surely terminate in the
Weatlier It,:reau-Jupiter, Fin. shedding of blood and the takingof

life knows at least has Jas. :B. :Bours
Tho following I IH a comparative statement or every
of temperature and rainfall for the reason to believe, that the above ,

week ending Tuesday, May !20), WX! > described state of affairs will logically '
-1900- -1800/ G-ralc. :Feed :FWJ.o"U..r:
Xay: :
result as a consequence' of ,
2j: KJ 71 HI 70 these appointments,' and yet In the GRITS, MEAL AND COTTON SEED'NEAL. NEW GARDEN
24 81 72: H.:% 7:1: face of these facts eleven, negro
25 8(1 70) !WJ: 74 men and three negro women are The manufacturers of Royal SEED ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME.
2(1{ H-2: 70 H7 (1111
deputed to Into the homes tf
27 81 71 1'10> 71 go Powder have Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless to man or
Baking declinedto
28 H-J: 71 II 1 71 respectable white citizens and de always
beast. for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and Write quotations.
2!) 80 7.-: 8.-: 70) mend answers to their numerous Agent

Total rainfall for the work.W.: \\ interrogatories. This base, malicious produce a cheap baking powderat Lowest cash prices.
Departure from normal rainfall for the and wholly unwarranted proceeding I
Office: 124 W. Bay street.JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
week' 1.80( Inchon. Departurefrom
: plus is rendered all the more the sacrifice of -,
normal rainfall slnco January 1, quality. .
-- --------- --
plus 7.6ft l Inches. execrable because of Its apparent

HAL. P HAHDIN, Observer political significance. Can it be The Royal is made from the

that this. gross infringement against MeMurray & Baker

refined sense of propriety bus
The of and watermelon every most refined and ,
4th July been made for the purpose of excit highly wholesome
will\ noon be here. Let us hnve
hostilities between the whites
ing liliO: and :2112: East Mohawk lilock. Fla.
nay Jacksonville
old time fun and make the
some and is the
ingredients embodimentof
and the blacks? Can it be the purpose ,
most of tho occasion. of the administration to use Headquarters for-

such outbreaks if they should occur all the excellence possible to be
DON'T claim too much for your for political effect? Then sucha Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles

candidate. lie modem until June dastardly plot is criminal In the attained in the highest class baking ,

the IWth\ then you will be in a pOSt lightest degree and should call and Sundries.

itlon, with many others, to say, "I forth a storm of indignation from I ,

told you so." every southern man or woman. We powder. i KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on you wheelsat

do not believe we voice the sentiment notice.
Royal Baking Powder costs short
A MALICIOUS misrepresentation of'' of southern democrats only. onlya

facts may deceive the people for Every: white republican In the south' - - -- ,

awhile, but almost invariably a evidently feels as we d,> in this fair price, and is cheaper at its

proper discovery la made before nn matter, and will be ready at the HARDWARE.

evil purpose can be effected. It Is proper time to join with ua in condemning I price than any similar article. '

only wise to play fair the appointment! of those I

negroes. The President. seems to

DKCOHATION Day was observed have formed the deliberate purposeof Doors, Sash and Blinds, Paints, Oils,

throughout the United States dissolving those'ties of friend C'.,
Samples of mixtutes made In imitation of baking '
which existed between the
Wednesday! ]1,1I.t., The old heroes ship
powders, but containing alum tire frequently distributed -
have long been hurled', but their north and the south inconsequenceof from door to door or given away in Glass, Cutlery and Ammunition...

names are Imperishable, and their the Spunishinerlcun! war, and grocery stores. Such mixtures are dangerousto

deeds of valor! will always thrill the to bring buck into politics the prohibited use In food by law., and Alum in many is! a corrosive cities their poison sale and is J <>. s. ::I3C>:N"I> CC>.
hearts of American people with bloody shirt which all thought/ tn all physicians: condemn baking powders containing it.
patriotic pride. have heed forever buried and for 1J2 West Bay Street, JACKs.ONVILrE, FLA.

gotten. Let the South speak out,

and in unequivocal language denounce
TIIK wholesale theft of
govern these HAMMOND PACKING CO.
appointments as an
ment funds in Cubit has called ,
forth the righteous indignation of outruge against southern sentiment anvi B.VINQ POWDER CO, 100 WI!t'AM 11'1' NEW VI""c. (Formerly.. The G. II. Hammond Co.)

and a criuin against that race of ,, .. ,
the --- ---
and the -- -- -- ----- OUR
press> people of ibis ----- ------ SPECIALTIES :
which these form
appointees a part.
country. The guilty parties should Why have these appointments been WE learn that Mutt: ({tiny I U actively CHURCH NOTICES. "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
be dealt with the
to full extent of work his /
at Mi'vurinur nomination
made only In the !South ? Let thl"allminl'4tratlnn "Coin Special" canned meats."Calumet"
the law, without regard to their BO- answer that to the senate.:::\ We Kltu'ertvhopt' There will henerviccit In thtlJplhnlI.t! .

del or political( standing. ( satisfactorily and we .shall ques.tion be he will succeed. Mr. Quay U clinrrh, Titiisvlllo, both moiiuui and I Itnenluj hams and breakfast bacon.

content. a man whom Florida! respects!, and (, Sunday.:: "Calumet" leaf lard.

TUB, man Holland, who libeled if kind wordcin. uvull' anything Service In the Pre"hvlI'hn l chnrcliHiinclny Homemade pure lard.
Senator Jus. 1'. Tullaferro throughthe / we stand ready to give them utterance. :: .limit/ :'Iul:. : Siin"lu> ItchuolnL! DM.): ) "Peerless"
New York Journal; has pleaded WHICH IS BEST ? u. in. ;Pionchliig/ at U >. in, and l lit 7:10; compound lard, sausagesand
p. in., all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE; FLA.
to the We
guilty charge. are glad
Holland hug Our l island possessions was the Archdeacon It. P. Ir'>'*II Ill lio'd divine !t. _ ---- ----- ------- --- -- --
been brought to jus theme under discussion in the !Senate UK is a very small man who expects services on SUllth,.' .luno I :.lul, la Siial I. --- -- ---- --
tice. Because a man is prominentin the strong help of another ( >ilet's church, Tlltibvlllc, a 11 'n. m WILLIAM CLARKE Snwl
public affairs, it is no reason on May the :2111) Senator without showing a disposition to with Holy t.'oniiiuinloii: MMI 111 fet .

why he should be falsely accused.Of Spooner took the position that the reciprocate nt the proper time. M,irk's church, Cocoa, at ;7:.>0 j.. n... --

course, a public man in a public United Stales B hod Id continue the Such like There will be no Mcrvice next, Sabbath
men- : a sponge-will\ Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, ltooflng,:Sbeet
target but let the be discharged war in the Philippines until Aguin- either at lUreleevillo or City Point, as, ,
; arrow absorb
readily everything but must
from honest aldo'g power h.td been forever bro the pastor' is 'taking a much needed rest. Iron Work! Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs, Water Closets
an source and be squeezed to out something
give Sabbath school at I'olnt the usual
City at
ken. Senators Allen and and Wash Stands.
Pettigrew Copper vessels
go true to the mark. We welcome in return. hour; everyone-U Invltetcd. of nil kinds and
facts, but have no patience with maintained that the islands shouldbe descilptlons re-tinned.
left undisturbed, and that the
Don't throw CYCLING linn its and downs.
away your money buying ups
United States should act as the patent medicines. Dr. Vincent's .advice, After the downs, use jlanucr Salve, If 37 Forsyth St. Jacksonville
I'oi.rncaand baseball will natural protectors of the Inlands alone Is worth a gallon_ ,,f "cure all" you're cut or bruised. It heals the hurt Florida.
occupythe agiiinst any foreign encroachment, stutT. Write him at Jacksonville. quickly B. K. Wilson & Son
attention of the public for the
and leave the Filipinos free to enact
summer months. Tim stand
grand such laws aa they would deem -If you want to buy goods "of our
roosters have into vocal training proper WHY MANY YOUNG MEN FAIL
gone for self government. Candidly Tituxvlllu merchants read their ads on TUB SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
and extraordinary lung powers 8th pago.Do .
we must confess that the }latter
will develop when the Mettle rimrii 8..y.lh.. Scarcest thliiirlii MiaWorld
boys cross
want to
you buy or sell
the property
suggestion to us
the home plate. In politics, as in appears as lit. a TUoroiivhly ItellHble. Mmi. on Indian River :? If you do, write the

base ball, many will go out at first, most reasonable and Just of the two "One trouble with many young men Indian River Heal Estate Agency, Tltus- Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement
effort this
propositions. Any at vllle ,
Fla. See > 4. eWe
1 S-o
while others will be retired whenon who start out In business Is they try to
time to effect a high.and well order do too things at lletlieOrecD draw the '
the home stretch. Both gamesare ninny once, says want to attention of "
ed government for the islands must "The Richest Woinnn' In America our numerous readers along the East Vitrified
when well Paving and Sidewalk
very exciting played, : necessarily end in partial failure, ," In the June Ladles'. Homo Journal. Coast, and throughout the state In general Brick.....
and the public is to be congratulated -'for the obvious reason that, the "Tlio result Is they don't know as much I to the 1\<1\'ts. of the live and ener- .
upon the amusement that will as they might to about any one thing, gotlo business men who are bidding fora Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville Florida.
be afforded.! Filipinos in their present state of and they naturally fail. The trouble share of your patronage in time columns Telephone Xo. 201':
semi 'savagery would fail to comprehend with young men who work on salaries Is of the ADVOCATE. If you are In need J. K. MUNXERLYX
or appreciate the good In. that jy're afraid of doing more than of any particulAr line of goods, the pink General Manager;

LOKI ROBERTS! and his army seem tentionsol this towards they're pall for. They don't enter Into paper will tell you the best place to buy ___ __ _
to be having a walk-over throughthe government their work. with the right. spirit. To gut them. Read the ads. n ______ __ ___. -__ '
them. and cannister
Grape are not on and be appreciated
Orange Free State and the nearly so needed as printing presses must do more than he's a paid young to man do. .0. L. KEENE. .
Transvaal. The British advance railways, colleges and churches. When lie does something that hU employer A Ueuutlful and Valuable Home .. ..
guard is said to he half way between Let the Filipinos be educated to has not thought of he shows that for Sale at a Ulug'I\lu.
Johannesburg und the Trim- 110 U valuable Men are always willing Dress, Goods
vaal and the Boers the conditions>' existing elsewhere, to pay good salaries to people who will At Mlcco on Indian river, FU., consisting Trimmings Millinery Notions
are and like'the Japanese, they will think of things for them The mau: who of 10< + acres, a well built, two- ,
fleeing in every direction. Crowdsare noon !awaken to the fact that theyare only carries out the thoughts and Ideasof story house, 7 rooms; a two-story store Laces, Gloves, Umbrellas Art Goods, Hosiery, Corsets.
awaiting the arrival of the far behind the more civilized another Is nothing more than a mere building, HxIUft.: handsome front lawn,
llrititfh" soldiers, and Burgomasterde tool. Men who can be relied upon are shaded by palm trees; a :'KX: foot dock;
nations In their form of Prompt attention
govern. always In denuiutl. The paid to all orders.
Sowza la authorized to welcomethe scarcest thing 2.;>0 budded orange, tangerine; and grapefruit
went Shot and shell is convincingonly ; In the world today is a thoroughly reliable tre"sj; l.'O sour trees, ready to bud-
conquerers. It really looks ua go far as power is concerned, man." SOO young nursery stock; artesian well; This is one of the oldest and most reliable houses In Jacksonville. All the latest
. if the end of the war was rapidly! but does not convey a single iota 1.2IIO: feet galvanized" pipe distributed Patterns and Style.
approaching Dr. Ford's over place; 1 acre wood shed for pineapples -
of further superiority. Thi, briefly Uyspeptlclde expells the
; a few hundred Porto Rico pineapple 101 West Bay Street, corner of Laura
noxious from absolutely -
the -
----- is what wo consider the wiser germs system JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
plants railroad station
; west
cures the disease and the
OM SOL'S disposition to screen policy) and{ we think vo voice the stomach to furnish healthy causes blood fur line of this place; train*ay running to -- --
himself on Monday last/ was the occasion sentiment ot %majority our peo tissue and nerve building.; Dr. Ford's river front on the cant.' This place to be .c -
of considerable sensation ple. Despvptlcldo thus differs from other appreciated must be seen. The very rfJ WATCHES/ CLOCKS

not only in Titusville but through. remedies. U. R. Wilson it Son. land handsomest 1.0' the place beet on hammock.the river.Orange The t.tf t ;;;t ,,

out the country. Smoked glass A DISASTROUS" tire occurred in'i trees nearly all In bearing now. \\fill liIlpJL

was in great demand, and many Apalachicola outlay 2;)ith. Three I writing-Pleas advertiser.* mention the ADVOCATE when Apply to D. L. GAUII>JlY: Atty., : .. Jewelry I Diamonds s

temporary astronomers scannedthe blocks were consumed and the estimated Titusville, Fla. '_ ", '_ ,

sun in search of dark spots. loss>' is half-a-million dol. 131-, Souvenir
---- - --- --- ------- Wedding Rings and Present,
The sun is evidently no politicianor lars. It is reported that there is "'.' .t. ,- Waltham Watches etc.
he would have endeavored to not a single) important business Clarendon Springs House and Cottages C Slptnge; : Vt. -Aj i Y'W1iHE.bJ;

hide those spots from the public house left in the city. We sympa. 4 PINE/ WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING

gaze. If for no other reason than thize with the citizens of Apalachicola Located In a beautiful valley in the town of Clarendon, among the green hills -
the above he should be re-nomlnat- and hope this loss will not Vermont, at an elevation of 1'JOO feet above the level of the sea, three miles Watch A SPECIALTT.,
ed and elected to shine on as here deter them -from re-building and from Went Rutland Station, on the 1). Jt II. R'y. Their location I Is very aocesl- Inspector for Plant System, and also for Jacksonville 4 Southwestern K'f
ble from the prominent cities of New and New Spectacles and
tofore. it England York being only seven Eyeglawes. Charges paid one'way. R. J. RILES,
trying again. hour from New York. A. M. TAYLOR, Manager
223 W. Bay St., jACKaosvTLU, FI.A.INDIAN .


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Mr. and Mrs. Mariner of Wavel.uul,
: .SBU""r"r.EJR "eie the guests of }Ir. and Mrs. W. li.
Harris on Monday I lust Tim only llrot-rla-m ice
our Pineapple Brand if you want to meet
Aichdencon B. .F. Brown. held 1 servicesIn client nnd refrigerator on l

M. Paul's Episcopal church last Sunday ,
and was the !guest of Organist Cox, success. thv market, with nil tin
during his stay hoie. '
''r f
The Ladies'; Wednesday Afternoon Tea latest Improvements ,

Party met', last; week, at the elegant and
cozy home of Mills Gertrude England!: GUARANTEED: ANALYSIS: : .

J There was n huge/ attendance: and allr'poit Ammonia ... .... .. ... ........ . .. ... .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .....?. 4 to 1\ '...r runt.Available CHAKCOAI SIIKATHINO ; -
I IAEAMIRY' n pleasant time. I'luwpUorlo Aclil.. . .. ... .... ..... ... ....... . . .. ,....... A to 7 per cent
I.ul..h". O ....... .. .... .... .. ...... .... ... oj> .... ... ..... .. ..... ... .. 6 to t"I'vr' curb,
Pineapples now beginning to move Price $30.00 PER TON, F. O. 'B. JACKSONVILLE, 1 I LINKS. aniplr'w'' :
In small quantities, and by the flint of
next week much larger, shipments will (1ALVAXI/KD;) IRONSIiKLVES

be going/ forward. The growers: are all'el'y --- ) r "lri At 'Is
\ busy now, and there Is a groat demand :: : :: AN'OIXS1DK

now for laborers at a premium.
Largest dealers in'fer.tiHzil1g' material in ( : \: I.INKINO.DOITHLK ;( tt la
: Mis.! K. B. Veronee and, two ,daughters

Misses lilla: and Nettie, who have been 1)nritMON) : Sul ; a'p "

spending the winter Iu St. Augustine; Nlltl6 d, Ilhldllll'fo"i' i 'N'N'

THAT'S ALL.Miami. returned to this place on Sunday last', the State. TOP. LOCK ON l.o\\'I.n;
and will join Mr. Veronce at their homeon

- -- -- his pineapple plantation. The M Uses lIo0HoI.) :
Ella and Nettle have been attending/ the + e

Catholic Academy In St. Augustine, and All G0rro en'e cheerfully nnsworod.lad .
they speak In very high terms of same, poll wnl"l'I FOR. (\'I'\I.onl''K: .1N1)1 l'ltl'J"I ( I. 1ST.

but are much pleased to get hack to their

E. Pierce.V. Blackman spent Saturday atFort Indian friends River welcome home them.ogaiu, andtlicir many Write for Special Pamphlet. -- ".t' also carry complete\

Thomas Peters and family have returned The Saturday. Afternoon Bathing club Line of the Celebrated Odorless Refrigerators.

from Cutler, and are now at home at was well MtC'Drled. on Saturday la tVmd i LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.

Little Klver.Blacayne! all tho now beginners/: are leal'nlnvery/ I ,)

Bay Lodge: No. 1S5; bought Fast, and judging from tho amount ofspJ.t Write us for prices' on anything In our line

through E. A. Waddell, lot 10) block 43), the members" all seem to have, It Is Tact: ori.vi11ew: F orid.o.: ._
Intend to build Masonic likely to develop Into a large; and Interesting
where they a F cJJ 4L".fll.F: : :
hall. club. The gentlemen fully appreciate "- .
the lunch Is served on the

Mrs. Mary Gardner received sixteen yacht after each hat h. Each and every Melbourne. Rockledge. FURNITURE CARPETSI MATTING and HOUSE FURNISHINGS
Belgian hares Satin'day night viaexpiess.Mm. member of tho club express their regrets ,

Gardner expects to glow hares for at losing ono of their members for a few J oltelanvillo, : F1.n.
iimiket.Messrs.. months, by the return of Miss Alice Savor GOOOK '* nOUIIIltc..1<: Estate and Ixwn It. J. Magmder/ of Oak Hill, was In .

Whaler & Miller purchased with her mother to their home In Agent! for .ICtiiA. Lomluii and Liverpool" and town a few days, the lust of thu week.
Pa. last 1I..ho.. and wrlal l Klre liiHiirancu. "Specialaltmitlou I
through Mr. };. A. \Vaddell a naphtha Allentown on Saturday moru- II pall\ to the iiiter Ht. of mm realluntB. Mr.\ and Mrs J. ./. White have closed Merritt. Captured M Yortnne.4eveinl .

]launch which according to reports, Is ntf- d their cottage here, uud will upend thaI -
greatly in demand by excursionists.Mr. Many of our people was much surprised -- -- ------ summer In Palm !lunch weeks ago County Surveyor
Subncilptlons for the AnvocATK
lust by tho :r Bell\ has his studies Mom h"tIll wentso Kort I
on Thursday announcement Bev.1r. completed llnssengersection:
Belcher's new brick building on Mrs. II. S. Williams left lust.
Coast will bo Friday
thu pink of the Kast: ,
of tho sale : of his paper the of
by E. E.! Peabody I at Delami, and expects\ to outer the to run lines to decide ownership
lath street, will be ready for occupancy received the Melbourne 1'ostolllce. expecting to spend Iho summer mouths
home and pineapple plantation In thin Theological Seminary at I.oulsvillo, Ky.. valuable grape' fn sit giovo. It nppenr
in about two weeks. The building li'is Iu the mountains of Georgia.Will .
place to Mrs. E. J. Liico and son. Will\ I next fall. Ills piesout hoadiiuarteis: are Ihat Lum. Kawls, of i<:Elmwood heart of
been rented to Anthony Bros., for u perIod also his schooner, Waif to Cnpt. l:. Webster C. If. Stewart returned homo Sunday Singleton Is at homo again: after at Tltusvllle.Postmaster. I t tho miNt mid followed. on tho truck of Mr.

of two years. The many friends of Mr.\ and Mrs. from his trip south. a very sueeesHful year at the /State; Agii- and wife Moorhead He Imignlnrd/ with the partyto

Mr.! Upp, formerly s'eward of the Cityof Peabody will regret to loose them ns Mrs Henry Stark and Miss Drake of cultural college, at Luke City. M. Thompson tonne' the whom the grove foil for *!,-Ml.! It

Key West has opened a combined they expect to return to Zanesvllle: (>., Malabar were In town, Monday. went to ColumbiaOn., eelipso, was n master .tl'"ke of trade, n* the
The work. \ on the addition to the Now .and then pioceeded to Murlon. Ohio, tospend
cool drink stand and lunch room, in Dolcher's their former home. The purchase by our \ glove hits :100! ) trees In hl'"I'lnIIn,1/ more
and Charles Bolton and E. B. Kocklodgo Hotel Is progressing, rapidly Use Post master
Mr. : Mrs. / /( Hummer. Deputy .
and tho
block. Tasteful furnishings make: postmaster and nsnlrlnnt will bring to follow\ crop this season Is
Arnold, of Malabar, were in town, last; under the skillful siiperintemlcneu. of L. .1. P. i'rleo is In oliaruo of tho olltoo In
it a pleasant place to look at these warm about change;: In the location of thepoBtollice I, llanciek.. r valued at tl.eH"I. We congratulate; Mr.
days. about the first of August but Saturday, Mr. 1'IoOIllI'HOIl'lIlbsOIlOU.Tht |awU un his keen business judgment/

Fred of the as no one will be Inconvenienced to any Itcv. Sam Martin held service !last: Sunday Mis./ Muncie, of Iliooklyn X. Y.. left first wedding In (hare Episcopal; ami the spirit\ that 1'01111111\11.1... ..UCOl'IIII.-
Rev. O. Blackburn left here.pastor extent by the change there can be no morning/ and evening in the Episcopal ; for her home, Thuisday: utter a bllef Church: took phicu Tuecdiy morning I Oeala "Mar,
Methodist! church, Tuesdaymorning objection raised. church. hut delightful. visit will her Sister, Mis.; Tlio happy\ dimple' worn Miss Anna ;SGtuto( '"'I'h.l1'ovO/ referred tit. Is the old Ailill-
for Titusville and Sanford to
I W. mock, tlio only daughter: of John J. linn ltl'uvolll III'coVIII.II''lInty. which wnpuirhikHcd "
attend the district conference which convened Messrs. E. and T. Itowell
Morgan Clime
at Sanford on Wednesday. After QUICK: RELIEF FOIl! ASTHMA.! from ICoHeland: :Saturday: In the Dr. L. T. i aids) Unt. homo for! a few nllll.\lInlu Dymork, of Indlanoht, and : SOIIIH hint I age [by Morgan ..
up uf Kail: Gulllo Thu rluuse. made the
.lohti Ulehaid riiompmm i ; mluy. pie war on
Miss Maude Diukens Parsons Kansas
the conference he will go to Georgia to launch Erclldouue.Ileibert days after un absence, of several weeks.
Rev II. It. .Slnait: M.tillu. t I pulfurniud> thureiemony. olllclal survey uf theslslvoyorof Brovartleonnty :
writes "I suffered with
visit his little Hon and other relatives; : eight/ years! The doctor will probably spend 1 t tho entire -
asthma in Its worst. foiin. I had several Conkllng roMirneil home last summer making ]professional trips and, if Iho abovo In rnitert thesouentleiiien '

Mr. Black general: manager: of the attacks dining tho last year and was Monday evening$ from. Klnibuilln Heights. up and 1 down tho. liver. On Monday' Mis.! ..I..lallIyut.llf; Indianol.t Mill miller considerable
Crystal Hock lU'Jl. Co., tells us that: not expected to live through( them. 1 Term., whero ho has boon to college. Ills [Louisville for the sum HesldeH I Iii o pincliiisi 1'1'11'1', they have
went to Ky.,
so far: operations have proven satisfactory began using Foley's Honey and Tar, and many, friend! are !glad: l to see him homo Dr. and I Mrs. (G. K. Hill and Dr. and, 1111'1'II"; !\ ,111<'1111 A Klulil wi'in.to,!, Athens spent' hundreds of ., for working
and work Is progressing as well as it has never failed to give Immediate once Store Mis. C. I. 11111 have closed their liidlanola ; Hiiil feitill/.ing It- .Klni IIIlIIl.1t (Giuette.V :. .
Ohio; Dr. and plus O. 1C. Hill to He i anton -
the rainy weather would penult. The relief. B. I It. Wilson & Son.: home, and have returned to Suranton: L. 11111 --
Louis Ljinan has returned, home from Pa. ; Dr. and Mis. C. to Tloy,
of Pa.. for the miner.' This genial
derrick has been the cutting quartette
placed A f"Iall"IIl..y In to nvgleet a backache
\. Y. Mrs A. S. to Doliim)
Koilins' CllIello.Vlnlel': : 1'aik, where he ; llumidiileM
stone In dimensions ready: for the saw. site always. missed dining their nl,- / rr other MKII tif kidney (trouble "'01" '.
Oh' On Tuesday Ml. and !Mis. ,
If in poor health consult Dr. Vincent, has jUlltll..tlullt..d/ with the highest; I
tlio Inland but
hits been commenced and the of settee not only on on .
quality for
Mohawk building, Jacksonville, Fla. honors. We are all pleased to see him J, A. McDonald: <1 I to A Altlehoio') ass. CUI..I..II"lIrel'"mlly! liright'sdlseaso
this slilu of the liver weir.We .
the lock found excellent. A block of the as dlal. >ules. und fiiitvvl. B. H, Wilson .
stone 2 feet square was sent on to Boston home again have quite I a romantic I young coupln Mis. Kloreneo W. .In'IIIell| returned to it Muss

last week where the firm of F. M. Patch Stuart.Mr. Mrs. K. W. Goode, Miss Jessie Ooodo, in our midst' In the persons. ufII'!\ and her home In lloston, :Mass., on Ihu steamer

& Co., will test different Haws in order to and Miss EVil Gates of Chicago: spent 1111'.. James Dwyer, who al rived last. Commaiielie, which sailed from JackHonvllle -If you want good losiilts, you will
get the right/; metal for the cutting of the two days: of last week I at Eau Jallie, wee klosayeilntebdthe. lenovatloii. of last Sunday. Mrs\ Jaques him land tins ADVIMJArn an excellent advertising

stone under the personal supeiintrndunce Howell our now agent aiilved the guests of Mrs. Governor Uleason at hatch. Indian': Itlver. Mr Dwyer Is t"ellty..n. for sumo IIHID held, the appointment, of mud I n in. _
of Mr. Black, who will leave for Hotel Granada .. nsnlstant hlHtoilan of tho Stale of !Massachusutts -
Sunday night. whllo !his brads Is just "sweetslx- ------ -'-
Boston in the course of a week. toen." The mother consld- mid was engaged;: seven yearson Is drawn
Tile Social Club entertained at West young Inily's =:r Nnbscslburyuursttturtlun .
Fltz Hugh, of Jupiter was In. our burg the history of thu Mtale dining' thu
oed l them too to : so they l.i the namn-aiiil-date slip' pasted
last Saturday.M. : Hall, last caturday evening the following young marry Civil War. Site him dune much other upon
Working :SIght and Day. took the matter, Into their hands If '
/ party : Mesdames S. F. Olbbs C. It. work and has taken a valuable yourpaperoi' wrapper. you arejoarmaiN
Tile busiest and nilKhilest little] thing Ireland of Jensen was visiting Clark, It. W. Uoode, (I. S. Snedeker J Sad eloped.\ (On Saturday aftornoonlr.. series literary of l'.ruKlllpll..IIII1.UlltI,1C' winter pUmsH itmill.

that ever was made, Is Dr. King's Now here, Tuesday C. Wear, the Misses ,Mo/ell Williams, Dwyer went to his sweet heart's homo to Nod. summer life on Mull'Ills Island. For

Life Pills Every pill is a Slllt.lrcoatedglubul" ; O. O. Poppleton has his launch out on I Jessie, Goode, Mollle and AllioNioliolson take her to the inatlnou but \Instead of tho past .six months she has been a guestof
of health that changes weaknessinto Danfoith's ways ; Jennie and, Helen Miller; Messrs. Alex going to t he heater thy sought,( a elegy I Palmetto I Hall and thinks the cllmato DIRECTORY.IUJNTY .
listlessness Into ioode S. M. Martin et. F. Olbbs, Chas.Oslin man and was married, and on the following ,
strength energy: I of Kloild.i belter than 1 that of Italy or of .
brain-fag into mental power. The're Curd Schroder spent two days at Sebastian Claude lloaujiian, M. Mitchell and, Monday: they s.il.ed. for Kloild.i, Ciillfoinlii having' been nil extensive <'' 01'flfKHH.!

wonrerful in building up the I health. this week. 'apt. Went ; also Mrs liolsford, Missus where they expect to spend l Iho entire traveler Iu this and other euunt'les. .

Only 2.;>o per box. bold by B. K. Wilson Mr Colyer mail contacting agent, Is Florence Hodgson and Mamie Taylor summer. Tho cottage south of the hotel, Sl'l IOUI. UOA Itll.

& :Son, druggists: in town this week. Messis. Einest, Taylor, Joseph M cAllister. Is being/( ,ippaired fur tho use of Mr and J. -:\t. l>Uon, TUil.vlllei S. .'. fllbh., Met-
J. K. M. Hodgson and Kingan Hodg Mrs. Dwyer. Bovine. bull. rlto.
o' -- -- ---- -- -- -
W. A. Lane Sebastian
Ilev. preached son, of Eau: Uallie.
Georgiana. hero twice Sunday.Mr. : : Backache should never be nngloctud., ('"v. 'rv (C'CI\UtlIlIHON: ".

Simonds, traveling auditor for theF. For two years Ira W Kelley of Mans- It means kidney disorder which If allowed B. J. Stewart' has liamU working the .1. It. Wnlkrr, Titu.vlllit., rlmlrnmn I | Jumiuk)
C. called here field }'a. was in health account 1 to run too long may result In rondos lilt CJtllltllwt this week Mim.l.il. IjiHrniinK) .1. H. Wslker I 11tinvllln;
E. Tuesday on
F. W. left of last It'y !, poor : l. :
Lyman Tuesday, : spar
BtighC.dioasedlaletesrn!: other serious ./nn. I lloimuin, him; .sl III"|J. .N. W A ukotta.W .
week for Deer Lodge, Tennessee, where J. P. C'romer came up Sunday, from of kidney trouble. lie consulted several and often fatal: complaints. Foley' Kidney Mr. Platt Is now citizen of Brevard\ II. sharps. Hlmrw| .. Regular ....1"". are
he will stay a short time, and then go on Boynton, for a thiee mouths' stuy. physicians and spent considerable nionoy Cure makes the kidneys well. Take county having moved over last Matur* Sushi dr.t 'I'lioNilny' hi ...ob tumuli
for medicines without relief -- -- --- --- -- ------
to Kansas City: to his daughter's Mrs. i obtaining nothing else. B. It. Wilson A /Hon. ,
Agnes Lee. T. W. Anderson, our genial railroad until- he tried Foley's Kidney Cure, and day.Tho COUNTY orririALH.Minor .

agent, left for Titusville, Wednesday. now writes : '''! desire to add my testimony calves are turning out much hot fII. ...11''..., Tltnuvlllii, elrinilt J"tllI') l).
Mrs. Mary Clark who spent last win that It may be the cause of aiding Grant. ter than was expected( after the storm f.. OuuhlHii, 'Fits,.,IIiv, rfimilv JiKlKU! M.
ter with her relatives the Urn nor and Pines are going forward. Over three others" 1). It. Wllsou A Son. last fall. CI"ht.ILh| ,, TlliiKvlllo. |>r .
Hughes families here died at her home bundled crates being shipped, Tuesday. A. A. Mtewsrtt'I'Irunlle: :, olnrk: elrenll0anrts: | .1.
: .
Wo will havo the best corn! crop' this K. Wiaten, miiipi, tax iinoHnnori K. W. Hull.
near' Iliwassee College Tenn., May Ith.;; Mr. WolslT, representing tho Southern G Y. I'addison. of Eau Gallic, was Intown.IIIIII.I"y. made In thin. section. We have 'ritiiNvlllM, tux. ""I1."t..r"h". \ iiryTltii.vlll.
of pneumonia! fever She was Miss Kate Wednes Fort Pierce. year ever I tntiMiirnri. J. II. rtitiim, rmirtttimy, so...1'.1'11'1..11.; .*
Express Company, was ton. : far thin. ,
1 had good seasons HO year. out iMihlld InstrurtleulJ.' U. Krlnv, "ntimvlltA.Mmiily .
'lark's; mother. Ilenspn Mala I ( Surveyor) .'. fr*. lirowra. TUusvlll piilMvUS.Ml'NICIIMI. .
Adolph HpI'ntSlIOlhIY. at : several good homestead
d.IY.All There
Mr.! and Mrs.\ J. R. Anthony left, Wed- the pine growers are busy and the Sheriff Brown was in town, Tuesday.Mr. bar, visiting friends. around Bovlnu. Now I I. the time to get .-y----

nesday, for their home at West Palm shipping season will bo at its height In has. homestead before they lire all taken up. ; .
Beach. Muriel of Jacksonville\ was In L. K. Smith gone north to purr a --. ---_ --- --
They spout nearly a
very pleasantly at their place here In about fifteen days. town, Monday.The chase another lot of bees Last Tuesday night. thu cowboy got TOWN (UN'IL

visiting their many friends, and putting Three cars, belonging to the northbound tradeboat, Merchant, arrived In Oeo. W. Hcoblo, of Tltusvllle was here, on a big/ trade "swapping"; horses nnd Mayor, A. I'. 1'11'1, ; AlilnrMiHiir .'n... M.
things In condition to grow on their freight train, ran off the track at port Tuesday. Mouday and, Tuesday of till week. buying homes and sin Id IBS.. Mr. Bradford "Olsen' .Inn... li. w..lkll'l. l>. L. IMiililun. f. A.I..N'Iey' ..
this will ........."r t HniirvIelHfk l rod tress.titer
beautiful place. place: TuclI.by.Born. went 'buck to Orange county
County Surveyor Fries was In town a Win. K. Wiley has left here for I'alm a C. M. 14"h'I..rl> | umrahul" sncl .II"I.Lt. :
only one horse hi .14 .lone., Jr. 'h.. nuiincll IIIUBW ant Tui>s>
Mr. and Mrs.\ Curd Schroder
Mr. and Mrs. Page are enjoying the to few days last: week. Beach where ho Is employed hilt trade dry.. In VMeh uiontli.IIOAItll.
luxury of a handsome new top buggy, a a daughter: / at Sebastian. Fla. Mother axe bricklayer. Cab. Plait's cattle 1 passed through
present from their daughter/; and her hus- and child are doing nicely. A. Edge paid! Palatka a visit Monday, Bovine, Sunday The cowboys report UP TIUII.
returning the next The F. 1 K.: C. It'y painters are sidetracked
bond of day.A. sixteen killed the railroad
Mr. and Edwin Nelson that were on
Mrs. ,
James Holmes a prominent pineapple lime and the suction Meets every noennil W.dnrsday nlirht!: 'In iuikmi'iilli
Miami. It has the honor of being the of Jensen, spent several: day M. Sample left for Louisville, Ky., are /giving Tuesday night the :22nd: by the train, "l S :iHlifcliM-k' In ,'.."". <>v"r tumtnitle.
rim one in our t&wn. Mr. Page: also] has !calling grower:; on our growers this week. lout Sunday< for a short vacation. house s knew coal of paint. south of Tltusvllle. Judge. .M, ". (JoiiHit.1.. Vr..I"1I" .( J. At,. l>uun.trimmiriir .
the finest horse In town-a fine turnout. Fred Scohle .Is enjoying himself while | J. Jsst.reretary.CIIUItCI
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, Mr. and. Mrs. !Mrs. Riley and two children left, last
here and : I It Is good place to takea
Wednesday last week, Mr.\ Wethey. Munch and Mr. and Mrs. Kay of Wave- week for St. Augustine, to spend a few vacation.\ lie can be seen In his skill A nEW iii>r.Tnv. _..-- ----,-)011I.; ---- .

and/. at family A. L.and Bruner's.Mr. Donnelly Mr. Donnelly were calling is land attended service here, Sun
intending to buy an orange grove here Capt. Ilendrlckson of Lake Worth anchored Parson novo held services In the Baptist for 11 bout race. coining qtilta nn Industry In mime parts .HrrvliwN every Hiittlinth. st I II.I ni.sntl. 7..1tlp.m.:
In Tuesday with his church, lust :Sunday morning and rallfornlii: HiiiHlny' ,M'liiMil .l I"I,., md has rented Mr*. Taylor's cottage,::: for our port to Capt. Miller, of the flshingsloop, Maud! .,f thl country. A 1'"l'l"wblch mint' "r tnr.ftlnie, on Witilnrinluy, .. .vniilnatl'fW.
'month, where he and family will live schooner the Mary B., bound for Jacksonville. evening large congregations. ;Miller, with a crew of fuur men left here, w j recently aw contained several :: .I'rlll' imlillo: .r. ninllully Invited l Iu sltooil -

while 'he Is hunting an orange grove: touit Harry Jennings and wife, of Ankona on Thursday for Tltnsvilla and point advvrtliM'iiipil l of "viUibltrle." n* wit :.l"m.IU: .
< him. The steamer Lake Worth, and sloops I arcompapied by Mrs. Maceer/: were pleasant north. We wish the captain and crew the tJrC'l.lhIlClI.IIIIIII1I1'III... nre te.rm- -.- -- JOII.H A. IIUIIIIIS-Psstnr.- .

Miss Cora Hughes was married at her Doe, :Silver; King and, Ladye Agnes, are visitors In to"n. last Monday. prosperous trip, and an early return. od.! Thus hnrp was Impoiicd from Mil-: M 'f"C 1I"Mr; rilt'HCHll :

home near London, 7enn., May 2:5rd:! tow hauling pines' to the, railroad, from the II Archdeacon Brown held Y.pIMCoJ'lIll1er. The trading' schooner Merchant arrived rope weighs nlioiu nine pound. at tua- itiiljir, ..rrl"*. every nr.1. third and f""rt

K. W. Delaney, prominent physic different docks on the river. vices la the llaptlstchurch lat :Monday. here, Thursday of lam, week, from-i strip turity. Curl"" well In confinement. N "'10..1"':. at It a. m. and, 7IO: p. al. Sunda'

(ian of Jonesboro Tenn. Miss Cora and I I Quite a number were la attendance. on the Banana river making this clean and cusy to curt for, enormously ..e;h.s: ,',..ever Munday$:nn.kay: : st 5t x:au tors':p.:,m.a. 'j Prayer. Epwarthlaag mast.

bet sister Miss .Mav, spent the winter Brave Men Pall I I W. J. Tucker accompanied hie'wifeand place her first stop on her trip south. prolific, one doe producing! live Utter Oug.very. 'l'h"r"I..y. night' Iuso'ela'k. Thelad
here three with Uncle and by The Merchant left, Friday: for Mlcco. !_ Aid Snelety meets' every W.dnas.ls'.
auntie Hughes years and ago they were quite Victims to stomach, liver and kidney i daughter left, for Louisville, Ky., to Mr.[ Provost reports business. good l, fur of from 10 to !.< each In a season. It St s"is' p. .... Every"hotly _.tu"",. at our chorehservices.
well and all feel attend the Ito-uniun of the Confederate live on clover, alfalfa arid 11'1'11111.' The .
trouble as women
Popular\ with both young and old, who as hU first trip. Her. J. MiesLKn! Psotnr.KlflSOJl'AL .
wish' them all joy and happiness In their the result In loss of appetite poisons In Veterans.The meat I III very white and delicious sad -- --- .. .
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new home. the blood backache nervousness, headache death of C. n. Hooks, of White much sought for 'by the best I restaurant CHURCH.ftorvlcM .
and tired, listless. run-down feeling. City which occured last Fatal mistaken are made" by those who and hotel, which pay 25: coats a
feel like that. evening do not. heed the earlier symptoms of anil rod 4th Hnnilay, Innwn. / MM>C|fa
Millions Given Awny. But there' no need to Is greatly deplored ant ha* cast a gloomover kidney bladder trouble that often end pound for the young hares nt the ago at II .. .... said 7 p. u.. Hiintluy ."""01 II.'Y
It Is the public Listen to J. W. Gardner [ to disease diabetes. When
certainly gratifying lie says: "Electric Bitters are just the I In Bright' << or WeiliiMiuty. LIUnjr ..rre..very I r.w..JI
< know of one concern In the land who when he I Is all run, down I -- --- Foley's Kidney Cure make. the kidneyswell Pedigreed unlinuU of high.iwd bring >t 10 a. in.
ire not afraid to be generous to the and thing don't tor a care man whether he live or dies. Kc each. Two or three Arehilmoon H. r.II....".. ICe...r.11AIT1.ST .

needy and suffering. The proprietors of It did more to give me new strength and I Was the ball that hit fi. II. Steadman, Wilson & Son. )hundred has -s WilY be kept on ft town CIICIICH.Frtmfttlng : .
Dr. King' New Discovery for consump- of Newark Mich la lot If food rand shelter, I
good appetite than anything I could take.,!I the Civil War. It ------- given proper ,
'i m, coughs and colds have given away. I can now eat anything anti han a new caused horrible ulcer that no treatment DOORS :SASH AND( BLINDS paints, and this fact I I. giving the business a morning! and! .v tuning.ry n-nonit lr.rod y.ir fourtn MOvtinK Mondays every

"'"er ten million trial bottles of thisgreat lease on life." Only 60 cent at B. K. I helped for 20 years. Then Hucklen'. oils, pure lead and sine cold water biff boom In the town where the business WwlmmtUy erenhiic at 7 :mi o'clock., Hunilny
medicine, and have the satisfaction Wilson A: Son's drugstore. Every bottle Arnica Salve cured him. Cures cuts, paints bend for price lists and color has been Introduced. ftnbool, every Hunilay a' 31W, p a,. Al.*.. |.r..cb-
>> knowing It has absolutely cured thousands guaranteed. I bruises burn., bolls, felons, corns skin card. i lnvlt4Ml tog ant to Sunday'lenl.at La()r.nu.. All am ourdlall

of hopeless case.. Asthma, bronchitis I i eruptions. Best pile cure on earth. 25cts. Geo. II. FKH.IAI.D, Sanford, Fla. Sick headache I I. the bane'of women. E. N. BrtL Ia..tur.'CATIIOUC .
hoarseness and all diseases of the lime .a box; cure guaranteed. Sold by relief alone but 1
BUILDING MATERIAL brick. What I I. wanted I I. not ,
throat, chest and lungs; are surely cured etc. lB. R. Wilson *. Son, druggists.If Chronic Disease relief and Dr. Ford'. CIICRCH.fl ,
by It. Wilson .I Son cement shingles, lath sewer pipe There Is but one specialist cure. Loyal Dyspeptlclde -
Call on B. K. bottle. In carload lot or less. Very lowest.. I of note In Florida-Dr. Vincent of will cure sick headache for all rvlea at 10 a. m. every Mnnilit In newChurch -
druggists Regular and get a free trial bottle I yon are In search of bargain., Jacksonville. Write him for symptom time. It make the stomach right. 11. catechism bolldlnr.at I North Tltiuvlll, Cblklran'. .
size floe and $1. Every
guaranteed, ot price refunded. prices.Gao.. fl. FERXAI.D Sanford, Fla. I read the ADVOCATE: columns carefully blanks. R. Wilson A. /Son. ro.KsvJ.. r. snorts. allctor.1NDIAN .

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N crop .can SOME FAMOUS-- .. MEN. .M ; l1 Florida East Coast R gM

a l grow with- Oliver Cromwell was a brewer's son.

Abraham Lincoln was the son of a wti TIME TABLE NO. 83.., IN EFFECT APRIL 11. 100l().
out Potash. iM poor farmer.

Dalllt'lVeblltor was the son of a BOUTH BOUND' (Read Down.) (Read Up) NORTH BOUWD.

M livery blade of -' "kGr small farmer. No.III'10.115' ::- Dallya: No.aJ: j
Dally Dolly toi4
William Cullen Uryant was the SOD .6 to ox MU exctu -

::!v q, every grain of a phy lcllln. U: ,..! 4t/llp/ HDf.ai Lv........ Jaok onriJl" ........Ar 'Tunp015p) wbaa yO
i SI Robert burns, the Scotch poet was a J fp Q 6 lop ) est Ar..8t. AuKUitlna ......Lv 651p U41M y
624)7p Ill boa Lv..,,.... tit. Aaguartne..r 11"d
of Corn, gill Fruits s plowman In Ayrshire.Wllllaui R t4 11 SMu ........ H.etinge..Lv 64)p6M : n
I':. Gladstone the "Grand :::t !!Up: 11 41''< Ar...... tent Paiaika ..,... 6:t!>p 8 uw p, sa CIp

and Vegetables } n4uplTtaAr.. ..........,"sat,.a........ltv >p Baa cr'II _: :ao
tl ytoHuiTntt
.Old Mau was a inercluint'a son V 'H 56up1115nLv"..... ... .atku.u. .u..Ar j> Yin tyl0

'I rlutitUH one of the greatest; : of He- '"yutL, Ph I t15 g :b::t TV; ... Ar..i"'a.n {ateo........., v .J.Ifiiii k1 t>iF :
, i i' must have it. If .... ..Ar fbeep
man comic poets Was the Hon of a baker ? t" hqN 0 fa 0 ... 7 r L..S .tLru.teo.: .:.:.J.:_: W tr.I
+ nnl n __ E4 8 fpi 11 4Un Lv..Ea Palatkn.........Ar.. 6Ybp !846. ,? pIOof : ry
'I 1.h i i. C r 14p jWp: ..........Ornioad........... 4(Tip Q 0 7
eno supplied The KngllHU lexicographer Dr. 8amliel o m C 161p4p ...........Daytoun.; ......... USlp 7704K 0 .D"
rIJ: .4 8(ftp liMP: .......Port range......... a 41,1, SMa ly !,
" JohiiMon. was the sun of n book P.1 C'S 8:Slip/ 14.r>p24Up .......2i0w: Smyrna.. ....... 8201.8114.. 0 rn
)yonvftn;\ : count: on: a full crop-- denier ..... E-4 Alp 200"........Oak Kill.......... Boot.15&p[. 5Wu ;
tl'm OttuV ..........TltUHTlllf.-' ..... 9 Gp 6 Boa ) ft'of
if' till ;! will William Shakespeare( "the chl'tIt/ / 01* C) .... .. Slip .. ..........City Point.... ...... ); ...... P. aoOof
I > ijttlc, tic growth be "cf I +> I'Il: .. ... Blue ......4,4.. COCOa.>............ ...... 0
ernry glory of England was- a yeo- oS p. ..... 8221) to ..........RO<'kledlf".......... : ...... R td
A'' I uian'M sou. I4 0 ...... 862i to .........Knit:. Gullie.......... ...... bf: aq M
:lrll:: ilUyrL.nJwm.r w ...... Clip w ..........Atelbourne.......... l ,..... tD C enII
From the most hutriMu origin Thur- ...... 4 9p444ii ...........Koraland...,....... ".. :: u.... P ill ph
: lMxtl 4 r.'ltlnj .all .about composition low Weed became one of the lending ..}4 .h!i4) .... .. u ...... ..beb..tlan. .,. ..... :: : : ...... A_ .
i4 t'1 .. bate .. ........ 8t. Luole.,....... It .... .... g td:
ferilllgcan bent adopts i n rmpa..nay cant you Journalists of the United! States: and e. da. rIJ: JS .01 ...... 64Up to .........Fort Ploro........ ...41. tpF
imhlng great" [political )Render.Andrew '''I /. % 0 ...... flOlp6O5p u' .... .. 'ibbalau......... It .4444. 7j SA
IS1' H ...... .............,.Kilaik........... M 11 147p.,444., CD
lu"rvnefi5'! IRKi: 1\arnw3l.NawVai .Tnckf>ou tvns born at Wax- 1'Il: ...... slop ........... oIen""u" ........... .,444*.
1. h .......... .......... .....
0 _+ haw Settlemont\ S. U. While the future Sailings .11 CI) ..... ea:!tUArt.
--- 'ri-Weekly O ..... ........Hobe bouud........ .". ( .4444. (tI.a
Free and president WOK tttll! a mere child I ..... 70 p ........West Japltar....... .4444. 0
his father died, and the family wall'' C....... fWlp to .....W."tP"lm Beach. ... to .4444. a p
Accepted .AAMasons.. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ..... SO-ip .......... boynton. .....*.... ...... p.'rIJ .
\\ left In very, reduced clrcnuiKUincen on F ..... Blip .II ..... .......... *. ...... ..
d a half cleared farm: In a new settle: : I'Il: ....../ gfilip/ .....,rortLauder.) 1ls" ... Cs
% ... 11421' .........Lemon Olt,... ., ,.. ....,.
Indian ment. Calling |at S. C., both ways) Psi ..,.., 9SOi,> Ar.... .. .. .Miami. .. ....... .Lt ...... .f.....

No. 00 : Parlor Uars on rains 11.1 nn,! 711.

t ITEMS OF INTEREST. The Finest Steamshiplest the Coastwise ServiceThe Between New Smyrna and Orange Between Titmrrllle and Sanford.
I River Tilimville, City Junction. .
Ktglity-four: ;:\ cent of Idaho Is pub --
per \ Clyde New England and Southern Linos. N'.a o. MTATIONS. o. "o./ No.11 STATION s. NoliTTp
R 1 Lodge. Florid, t. /lie In ud. '"i U-'fip/ IwAetZvnwe3n9rn..Ar: : Loope( lup '7'W, f-vr .... .... ,1'IIII..v1.lo.. .........Ar.Mimw :
i; If nlil,'* Its. mooting* the uni'iiml. and fourth Krl- Tangier Is a ('ltyV vehicles. Direct bervlce Between 4U11! > 1151a .. .Lukft Union. .Lv1245p: 606p 7 llluAll ........... ... ............LvOHteen 1 K"'
dnyof -h mouth .V' tho Indian... River h.tel. 420.11> IUII":! .Orange lJity.. 1 o6p| 4 4Up 1121>n ........ ... ......... 1161n42bp
I '.1'ltuovlllo. at 7lll:( 'cluck I'. in. Donkeys ore imed for Irunxpoi'tatlon.Tin1 \ Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points : 41rn.Ar.OranguYy.1:! ..t. IJOO\ 80011. .. .....,....KuterprUeUU .......... .. II But
A. A. "Htewart Wor.It'Irlllf..tr.. In Wellington I .. Sew --u5e aAr ...... .. ...Stanford.. ....... .. 11 Cue
II. It. Wllnon Houlor warden, fmrllnment/ building trtnnit btitv' Hii "iMnyrna nuo or
J. R. W lk r,Junior Warden.. a :New: Zeainud Is. the largest wooden (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both waY8)8EM ) City Juno*ion daily except fundny.' All train. between Tltnsvllla and Sanford

F.K...M. lition' 'I'r'a.utrer. In the world [ WEEKLY 8AII.SflllAllllt : : daily except Huuday.
A. structure"
; K.J.. L. ('arnahnrs.JIIorl"n.e..rotarv.' Mentor Di'Ruon.A. hhlllln'I.....,.. .. ... ... .. .... .... ..... ..... ..... .... -..from I.ewl Wharf Kcwtoitortliboiiiitl Between JaokVillennd PajloEoach.: Thtmn Time Tables show the times at which
2 '. A. rx>Kli"v, Junior D'l.ioon. Among the Mulinmnii-duns! of Calcutta ( .. .... .. .... .. .. .. .... .. ...... .. from font of Monaii ILroot.JlLCk.olJvlllo: ...,i'oh! :' daAl'U.vo. huluNo.a trains. may bo expected to arrive ant
b'. 14. ; the Infant mortality, rent-lien theenorutous --- iClyde's -| depart from the several station, but
j C. n. Wulton.1. I Dt.ewar.!,. 64.ip -u-. I.V.. .Jiickrtonvillo.Ar .Ar V'ul'ia( 45in.> their arrival or departure at the time
t A. JKroHcher, Tylor, figure of IKU.fi, per l.OOO( St. Johns River T inc. 71.j. 111 UI.. ...Pablo Beiu-h.:! Lv Tuna 4 imp stated in not guaranteed nor done the Uompaay -
births. All trains bntwt-eii Jm-ksunvuie" and Pablo hold Itself" reHponnible for any delay or
Boa: <*h daily except$unub y. on v popgequences arising thnrefrom.Kor .
The supreme court
copy of use tuft card ran on Ticket Agentaor uddr. ......
V THE HOUSEHOLD. lane decided that n furrmce IH I personal' Jack.onvlllel'alatka, Sanford Kntorprliie: Fin.Intermodule I..ndlng""n the St.John's River.bTEAMKR J. P. BBCKWITU, TralHo Mannnur. J. D. EARNER, A. O. P. A.
---- property and may be removed from a -li, AoguHttne.
How to Male n Pound Cult*-Knit "
tilldlug by due proceHu' of law. "O. MUICC1II80X.;' STKAMSII1P: LINKS.
r.r... Again--When Bang
Improvements are lining. made In CA1T. W, A. SHAW.

lag.I'lotnrva. Bombay which-will reduce. the densityof Leave foot Catherine Street,.' cki
I --- the [population\ curtain districts Sanford A:Of)a. m Enterprise\ 9:3o:: a, m., Mondayus and Thursdays.Gen'I PROPOSED SAILINGS I
A writes know
young housekeeper( to
Just bow to uiuke a good pound cake from M\\: :) pefHOim to the acre to BOO. Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.W. BETWEEN HIAMI AND KEY WEST.

such aa may still bo' found\ In small The Philadelphia Iteeord" HU.VH that a H. WAIWURTON: T. P. A., \I.lItO-:-;MNa1RJIt.; Flat.. l'ata.. AlIt.; Leave Mlnml Sunday Ttte",lay", Vfodnewlayn. and Fridays ... .......................11:00 p. m.
towns where women do their own man was once elected to a roHpoimlblo 1U State St, New York :*4 Went Hay St.Jackwmv111e. Fla. Arrive Key West. Muulay.,WeJn8HdIlYII. Thursdays and Saturdays...... .......... 0 WO: p.m.

UDII t where to in tens are state ofHce In Peunsylvaulii' and nerved O.! P.I.OVKLL A..t. Kla. Siiiit.. I I JOHN. I.. HOWARD, $ St.Jackeouvllle Leave Fay West Thursdays and stuiiUnyA........ ........................................ &:00)p. in.
wOI'k. puny acceptably who could! not write his aokaonvile. 'a. I Foot Hoiraii" ,Fla. Arrive Aihiuil Ft Id.iys: and Mondays. ....... ................ ...... .... .........._ 5:00 a. m.
c ::4 oincthlug to reinetnber. Tlio old rulo TIIKO. O. EOKIl, T. 111.. 8 Howling Green New York.
j -aud there U none better-uiilU for 'flume He was Intelligent and of sound WM. P CbVI: UOeneral: A...nt*. bETWEEN MIAMI AND HAVANA.
curb of butter. 'and justness judgment.: Clim..t>ri>uicli. Rulldlnr. 11> Stale Ht. N .w VnrH .111 Oelawnro. A"e.. Philadelphia.

one pound augur ___. H__ '___ ___... __ __ _- .- -- -- -- -- SOUTHBOUND STEAMERS TOUCH AT KEY WEST; NORTHBOUND SAIL
ten and bait wtncgbiHH
flour eggM a
each of wino and brandy. Meat the
The, number of fenmles allowed to Ocean Steamship Co. Leave Miami Bundnys and Wednesilayo.. ...........................:..................... 11:00 p. m.
butter to a cream uud add 1 gradually a a torn depends upon the age and vigorof Anlve Havana Tuesdays and Frlduya. ...................... ............................. fidJOtv m.

pound of BUtfiir, stirring' nil the while. Leave Havana Tuesday and Fridays) ................................................... 11:00 e. m.
Beat ten eggs' without separating' until the male bird. 1 have used as many Arrive Miami Wuduendaya audbaturday............................................... 6:04. m.
ns 10; females with one tom and had '"Savannah Lino"Fast
they Iwoouio light and, foamy Add\ While it Is the* iuteutluu the Florl la beet: Coast titeumalilp Company to have their ships
1'' gradually to the butte, uud sugar and good result. and again I have read ofits follow regular "Huhudulus... advertised the line reserves. the right at all times to withdraw
many ns _'(II lYiimU-a( being matedto their nhli or change tlu-ir Hailliii. days without notice and to substitute any steamer whenneueBsary
beat bard. Sift In ono pound sifted Freight and Liixiiitoua\ J .leMeDjter: Route from ; nor will the line hold Itself responsible for any detention of its .steamers or delay
one torn entirely Hntlsfnctoryresults.
Hour and add, the wine and brandy. In d"nrtnrn.(
Line the cake pans. with buttered paper I date used two tony .with a Florida to New'York Boston and the East. 5. __._.______ -. __. __ ,
Hock of :22:! hens allowing only one
and pour In the well beaten mixturo. ---
mule at n time to run with the Dock '
fluke In a moderate oven. Thin Southern -
keeping the other male-' shut In one of .
recipe may be varied by the addition ;
chicken entirely from
my pens
i of raisins, seeded I and cut In halves
tlio rent of the turkeys. The results'roui
amoll piece of citron or Inlands 'Railvvay.
,I these methods. were. very sntlx- J -
blanched uud, pounded In rose water. I .
factory ["utter on. when n number of II I ri.Ti
Borne old fashioned hoUHekeepero always
the hens took to witting or were with
l'' add, a fourth\ of a tonspoonful of I IIII1lCe.
broods' of turkeys only one male wasneeded. DIRECT LINE--QUICK TlflE
The mix I uro may .be baked In
I do not think It best to mate u
patty tins or small round) loaves If raryRgq -TO-
ns 11111 II.r..molt.. with a young torn as
preferred putting currants!! Into oouie. ,r@I'nIWMIWN }'r'? ,
"'ltl1I [nut :'JL or more years old."Mrs.Kt WASHINGTON BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA
almond or rnlMln In the rent.Knit ,
I A. Margrave! In Poultry West
: I..r.*. A..la.t' ,
"'0 arc returning onto more to the Jamt a I...... Hoy.ThtT I BIRMINGHAM MEMPHIS. CHATTANOOGA

t' fashion so much favored by our grand' Is n hu) in our luwu
mothers for working pretty silken (And lit IH wotulrmili, wlM). ST. LOUIS KANSAS CITY
Who when the ruin. iiinu'.> pounng" down Part XttL.. ..Part boa.
t reticules to hung lit the side or to be
And t-lnuiU o'vnipri-lKl) the skies and all Points East and Wttt
l carried In I ho hand, nnd. as a natural Save. "1.1t hat onllo II.0 !....( I .on. SHORT RAIL HIDE TO SAVANNAH.

consequence, purses en suite aro ohio No inn' 11 I.. how II piMtn,
l becoming the 11I0"(". The po esnors of And wi>'ll lm\ir .iinnhinv. in 111."hoilM Thence via Ship sailing from Savannah. NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS >
II It dim ruin cul of doun.

) curiously from wrought some or cheat!beaded of bags long unused unearthed -- When niiiiKht.'r: woitli ....rm through hit .bnin 4 each reek 4 The New York and Florida Express,

t l but cherished treasures are be- And, ilunmr to 10.l wld, Ships V '. Savannah and Chturleit. N. O.
II. ihutii lil. tri-lh tiiKftlu-r tightAnd
spaI'11" kill von dead. .
HNT.1I3"\7\7" YORK:
UnU'flfl. you will tii sweet and kind TO .

You And can't Rood,, pom and cut full until of fun,you) are- 2-S :IPS.A.: "V'VEEa' :: ::>> :E1C> 'rc N-S The United States Fast Mail,

) nut a tingle onel" schedules.Wilt.e Via Savannah and Charlott., N. O.The .
o. All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing

lie thlnki when h..'. \ for general InformiUlou,sailing schedules, stateroom reservations or call on Cincinnati and Florida Limited,
frrown up man. '
j.H With win and lohpr furl*. E. II. IUNTON.I:- WALTER HAWKINS, Via J.....
: Ilo'll do .....m.* wondrous" deed to muktt. Tratllo Manager, Oen'l Agt. Traffic Department.
Thin forth. a brliihti'r |1.10'e. Savannah" : Oa. 2JI W. Bay-:St., Jacksonville Fla. Through Vestibuled Trains--Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars.
j.t But nothing In thla whola. wide world
.. Through Coaches Cars.
--Elegant Dining
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h Can iltt mare lasting Joy ----- ---- -- --
Or make more solid ....,.hln.


ii j -M.-"'-rkl-In ,"I'lWI.dolphla. Imoa. Florida Central and

Through Pullman Sleeping Can between Jacksonville and Cincinnati

: O., Via AiheTtlle N. C., and Knozvllle, Through


1 1j I Peninsular Railroad.

j Through Train via Southern Railway are now Operated oonaeetlea with

the Plant System from Jacksonville.

Unexcelled service from Florida all points

tt [ For Ratal, Schedules and Information call on or address *

North East .and West.Two A./OIRARDEAU T. P. A.. or W. f.: COSBY. T. P. A.,
3U West Bar Street. Jacksonville Fla.



Train dally between Tampa, Jacksonville, Savannah and Columbia, carrying TralBo> Manager, o n. P...... Aft.! Asst. Qan. F.... Aft.
\\1'.ahingun.ac.. Wa.htnton.Il.0. .Uaate.0a
Pullman Drawing I Room Sleeping curs, connecting at Columbia With sleepers for
should always be kept In 1- -

t v \v the house reasons for the :following Washington, Baltimore, Phila. and New.York, MALLORY Florida STEAMSrilP New York LINE

r FIRST Because, If any memberof Also with Cincinnati: Sleeper, vU Aslievillc. I Philadelphia and Boston.

\V IH the family has a hard cold. It 7! 4, SfneS' From Hrnnuwlck(direct), to New York.

will\ cure It. 4 PASSENOEK SERVICE.

SECOND- Because. If the children "Dixie Flyer": tp t ry: Tfl make connections with steamrrn, 'leave Jackson I II
rnlon ls+potnnThcredays via(Cnmlierland Route). II :20.uFernandlnit '
delicate and It will
are sickly 4f
themselves and St. Louis! via ? ac 130p.: m. Meals en route; or "all Rail"
ginning to corKrntulate: on make them strong and well. Through Sleeping Car Route p. m. (Plant System arrive Hrutmwlck ll.w.: lacsenger
hair good fortune, and workers! gladly : arrival at Hmnnwick-go directly aboard. steamer

take the opportunity\ for reproducingthe THIRD-Because, if the father or Lake City Macon Atlanta Chattanooga and Nashville

tut me. mother is losing flesh and becom- PROPOSE) SAILINGS

Tho Illuut ration U of an original de ing thin and emaciated, It will build Making connections for Kansas City, Chicago and all points In the Northwest. Lv.:New York Pier 11 E.R.,3:K OOp. m., Standard" Time.) LT. J1mn'w' *

sign' for an extremely pretty little them and give them flesh and Friday. Mayaj...... ,.. ....... .. ... .RIO ORANRE!:.... .. :. ..... .......... ....rr.day.JuOLORAlH .
up <:a)'' i,... ....... .. .. .. .. .. .
waist bag ornamented with gold or strength. service between Jacksonville and New Orleansvia Fri.lay> .. ... ..? ... .. .. ,. .. ....RIOORA lI&. Friday. '
sliver bead The i materials requiredfor ) Through sleeping car FMdaR, 11\ ., .. .COLORADO ....... .. ...... .... .. .....Frtilav.
It will be one ounce of black FOURTH Because it Is'the River. Junction and TensacoU. Friday, a. GRANDE. Friday

crochet Rjlk. two hanks of beads steel standard remedy In all throat and to of this For general Uformation,n..amen. trains.rate, etc.,apply to
I Full Information on application any agent company.
beads also look well\ ), No. 8, and a steel lung affections.No BASIL CLLL, Agent 220 W.Kay JackionTlIlt

crochet hook. No. 2. In working with A. O. McDoncll L. A Slupman H. H.RAYMOND,General Southern Agent Brunswick,G...
beads: they should all be threaded on to household should be without It. ,
C.H.ALLORY A: Co..General Agents Pier 21.E.: River and 388 Broadway.N. Y. ___
the silk before commencing1 to knit or It can be taken In summer as wellas -------.-
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crochet; also In crocheting-with' beads In winter. General Pass. Agt. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.

the back of the work Is always the ,... end! $)...o,all) drugfbtt. The ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing
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-- B acl z.c8: :::; II,
NZ72AN' RIVER HOTEL Esidenee of It. Grrnl Importance IB
= ,
Fruit (irunlnu.Mr. EVERETT HOUSE S.ltATOO.1S1'1llNGS, V. Y. ,i'
T1TUSVILLE, Frank llentou, the bee expert: at t I ,

t 1N1J1AX niVER Washington' has cited for, The Rural G'A7 Tills bvnutlful family hotel will\ open for the IDth) season, under the saniotuamisement s
".'wwt x '' !New Yorker the following dattt lu regard I on Juno list, liKK
e FLORIDA. to the actual amount of practicalbpnrflt New plumbliiK, ulllt tun I latest Improvements, has been put In throughout
the enllio house, I..hllt. has also been newly painted and refurnished .
In IU'I"'IU""tl fruit and seed production 'rim hotel, Hccoiunioditlos. two hundred at icasonahlo .
iRfocnellira guests ( te.*) and hAil I
.tA by keeping bees: live hundred, feet of shady pltur./ii.' ',
J. O.
BAST Proprietor.
lu "LimggtrotU;, ou the Honeybee" It Time loom>n, opposite. Windsor llwtel on South Hroadwny, Is ono of tho best

.......-- Is stated that "a large! fruit grower III :Saratoga, snit only ono block from all the principal springs. ,

I A The hotel fronts on the told IM that bl"I'I'lt's\ were a \'l'rynn"'I.tltlli wearying boyond dost (For terms and other ,paitlculam, address \,4
r.r .1 dw I' iSUARKZ/ /Saratoga' /Springs, N. Y.
4% \rst T1 wide sweep of bay(7mll( H crop, n cold uortlu-ust storm crlptlon and they Intricate !
In width), formed by the frmiueutly prevailing when they were
i IndUn i; River, making eta In blotiHoiu. lie hud noticed) that It the real trouble somewhere. MANHATTAN nl'CI(, N. Y.

delightful Hummer re sun shone out for 11 couple of hours tint u
) -
Illtum i'pI100r QnBdl@ nm' hll*"" 1 i1 'lifni16 ndtpi ,pT jl sort. Constant cool bees secured him '* Efforts to boar tho dull : ) '
+tf r, tr ? $' r M breezes from" the sea and u crop. ... llIu I1n UII u lioiu-h Swept' by Ocean lh'(' Z('! tr1 e y s.I'iAy few tin pain aro herolof but thoy ,
nl) In tr I r + bay. Flowing sulphur Hoot Buys:: "A years neo
a JnSA Hptlngs. :Special summer people In some parts of MaHiicauaetts do not overcome It and A met loan Plan.
rates. got an idea Unit the been, which were tho backaches continue ORIENTAL HOTEL JOS 1'. 'HKAVKS'' : : Manager.( rAlHo Manager
kept there In large nuuiliei-K, weroprejudicial uf lintel Alciiiar! M. Augustine, Flu I
until the causo Is ro-
\ to the fruit. After "0111"contl'o""I."y
-- -- .. --- the bees were bunked moved. Manhattan Beach Hotel lurn'.enn' 1'lnn.T .
F. b".I.ECK; .
JACKSONVILLE.: from the town. In u year or two they ,

---- ------ found. the fruit not only uo l."tthut
decidedly\ the reverse, foth,> treesbloHKOined I I Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegctbls Compound I Giand Conceit, Favorite Opeinc, llillllniit. PlrewoiliM, Golf, Ocean ll.Uhing,.

Merrill's profusely but bore uo crops. /Sailing Kltdilng I Hooting, Ulcyollug, ote. Fifty minute from New York.
Hotel Rathbun By a unanimous request' our friend! does this ntoro certainly Tvmpuiuturo seldom varies/ hum 70 dcgices.' Just tho place to spend! the.Summer. / "
New l to return with bin" been,
Jacksonville, Fla. and was since 1 then the trees. have not only than any other modlolno For iufot'mutton aitdrcm OfhVo of thc Company, 11)3): llroad'y Y.

Market and Bay Streets, fronting,: St. Johns River. American plan. blotmnned, but borne' fruit In profu- It has boon doing It for I

sion." thirty years It Is a wo- 1IKNSONVILLI3, N. V.
ELECTRIC ELEVATOR, Street Cars from Depot pass the door.
'. editor\ of The BritIsh
:\I\ T.V. Cowan titan's medicine for 'wo- ---- --
Family hotel; steam heat. OPEN YEAH ROUND. Cafe and Grill lice Journal has recently said: "It .

rooms attached Florida tradu especially\ entered for. Kates. from u \lM'h>II" Increnslng) the 1t 1'1'1IIn.ll'r man's Ills. It has done THE GABLES CATMaIItEt.NMDeNl'Vt'fiAi1i5Iat<: : GomEElCoiry, 1J
much for tho health of
fruit cultivation without at the. name ,
2.oQ; to $1. per day. Special rates by the week or month............. time Increasing: the number of bees American women Road N. Y., In the :Summer. 1

Lou Cou.V In charge of office. C. A. MERRITT, Lessee. kept. As an instance. I would mention the grateful totters from Melrose Hall '
Lord Sudfloy's fruit plantation In Kng- ORMON1, 1-1.01>11)\,111 Winter
constantly ,
women appearing
lao't.hout UiX' acres of fruit trees
WINDSOR HOTEL... JACKSONVILLE, FLA. were first planted and) for several In this paper Hales renHonahlo.) ) Address, ,

years there was mien' poor success that
it wits n question! whether the enterprise Mrs. PInkham counsels l

should) not be abandoned.. Lord women froo of charge MELROSE HALL, :SCOIIIK LMTINC.OTT, Proprietors. t

Lt SudeiPyRs, however advised, to Introduce Her address is Lynn '''".1 lAM SCOIIIK. !
+ > 1).l bees.: nIt It was found that not
many/ were kept In that district. Two Mass.

hundred colonies. In charge of n prncti\, ,.. HI'A: laII: :N. .J.
---" ,
Introduced, nod the
(beekeeper wore ,.'
result wan maiden Thenceforward The lien n'I. Apple. '
the trees bore fruit properly nnd, the "The P.fii: l.'avls apple' In ninny ways HATHAWAY INN IHAl: 11EAC11, N. .1. '

former failure wn turned Into a sue (has' given' pleasure tn thousand. amid ,

(" 'SM. Since then riM ncres have been iirotiKht/ itollnrs to hundreds) but no Jlatliaway Inn Is situated on a platoau about forty feet above the

planted, with fruit trees. and a largo' ono ktiowM who lien Ibm vi.. was or 1II'IIIev'I, In a lingo rim and mnplo grove, surrounded by beautiful, wl,

""* -** .f -- *g- .. _. "_ flni "" il J l vTi f i/ jam factory IIIIH been started close by, where In lived or ill ed. All that IK "lawtiH, fiom which grand, ocean view IH lint!. Gulf Is n !great feature 'J
both undertakings being In a prosperous known of \Its history. IM that It came
nt Deal, being! ,! thu site of the! fluent golf course and club house In tho '
\ In the !
condition. Into fnvor with ol'chl\l'll'llIlIl'rl'l
OPPOSITE CITY PARK. OPEN THE YEAR ROUND. country Malhaway Inn only enters'' to the west desirable) dim of
The following case nlso adds weight: southwest and the tin me traveled I".
RATES, $2.r>0 and upward. DODGE CULLENS. 'w plo, I\n.ll.. llmt-ohiiis In all Its
| ,
of appointments' t Send fur booklet and "
the of Philadelphia
For several years cherry crop with th<> tree" In Jima mu 11(015
Vnca ,valley California, had not been" there are probably 1 more. of particulars.' Apply to '

good although It was formerly quite this,. variety offered, for sale during I>oo A. L. .4 C. \V. MAKMII, Proprietors.'

Duval Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. nre. The pnrtlnl or complete allures >mli<>r and, .liitiiinry thnn tiny oilier, \

had. been attributed to north wind, ltd rnilily, flii'fkH on n pale 1 yellow lliNI)iitHONVILLI\( : C.

etc., but lu the mlndll of the owners ground are temptInjf\ and) tin Paling -- -- ---- ---- __ ______ I
Opposite! postofllRe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and I'C- these causes did not sufficiently account

conducted . for all the cases' of allure It
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally i Hotel
remembered that formerly, when Imperial IIKNOKtlMWILLE N. 0.
was ,
Hates $:.50 per day and up. P. t:
wild) bees Mere
n. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. cherry crops( were /good ,
very plentiful In the valley, and. henceIt
was thought/ thnt perhaps( the lack Table and Hist-olims.i t )Hall room mid orohostrii.' !Hath suitesand

THE MOST POPULAR OFJACKSONVILLE'S of fruit since most of the bees bad dinappeared all iiiodtun" appointments.\ Moduratu. rates! and special' rates to .

Hotel t I Placid night hove been due to Imperfect fannies Apply' to 111 (11M. |J'. Jt; f.oVE. t I
HOTELS.' distribution of the \pollen. To ,

test the matter several hives of been

,Entertains guests on the European or American pl.in. The rooms were placed III nn orchard IS'.X! ) The it itI If You I
the orchard. Have Not
result was striking, for
are. the most pleasant best furnished and ventilated In Jackson-
bore a !good:: ('I'Oof\ cherries, while othj
ville. Hates per day' /flOe, The: $1.00 and $1'0; ; American pUn $2 er growers In the valley who had no

and upwards, according/ to the room. Special weekly rates to per bees found their' crops entire or partial
failures In IMO one orchard bad GT Found What You Want.
manent gucHts. Sample rooms: (tee to all commercial travelers. hives of bees In It, nod the owner . ;::

C. OARVIN GILMAINE: has: entire charge' of the cuisine. wrote: "Our crop wan good this season I

.. and we attribute It to the bees. Klncn t For a Home, suppose jonhik|' n trip down and look nt our
we have been> keeping, our bees> our m I"
WESTMORELAND HOTEL. West Bay and Cedar Streets, cherry crop\ has been much larger than I ((1Jll j I Fruit and maiden Lands along the .

.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. formerly' while those orchard. nearest I East Coast .

us. live tulles from here where no bees' .. :
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built sad open are k4pt| have produced\ ht crops" BRf DAVID APPLK. '
\ i
ed this season, Fine cooking and good table. Hot anJ Cold water qualities are by no uifiinn poor yet oJ.
Clinnwn In Kit 4vrn Farmlnsr.' could not IH classed n* _pt>clnlly line Settlers are|flocking] 'In but still I hero Is loom. If you are
Baths, Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All Without much question the !growing but us mi all round, Kuo,1, variety It hall )looking rids way, drop a line to f:

street cars pass the door. Rooms 50c, 7Jc; and $1 a day. Rooms and of any grain, crop at least for the value popular\ points. Am) then It !I.ltlo,1. ,. /
of the grain Itself has long ceased to tree for the iiinrketmiin In thin that It JAS. E. INGRAHAM 31'11 Vlre-l're.l ldentILOKIDA i (
board $2.00) to $2.50:; day.
per .
be profitable In any of the eastern dooM not take tin. ninny years to come f.
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. states und! to a great extent In the Into bearlnir UK sonic kinds'' like the EAST: COAST )U'Y

states west of Lake Erie There' are !Northern" Spy, for Instance, and< In n ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. *

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. good! reasons wby cornshould bu regular )'(>III'lyl"rl'r., not requiring| / the .
HOTEL OXFORD Opposite St James Hotel. grown for the value of Its fodder as resting spells that MOIIIO demand, foil') LANT

food for cows. The small\ grains' may seems to bi* no favorite\ with supple\ lls-- jp SYSTEM.I
Convenient; to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and also continue to be sown as an auxiliary : eases that feast on other klndn. Alto .
homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford: a pleas crop while Heeding with grass or gel her' It Is .1 safe variety to plant;' .
ant stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jack clover, but usually the small grain Is Ho Mi-rhnn's Monthly Nilinii up thin a J I ,. .

Bon vl1le. grown to be fed ou the farm as this mach discuss. fruit In connectionwith
SIRS.M.\ O. FINLEY, Propr. Tie, OreiitTliroiigli( Car Line from Florida." -Connections:
use of It with I good stock pays better the Illustration hero given.!
------ via l all rail The Atlantlo Coast Line via Charleston Richmond
-- -- ---- ---- the market the East t ,
-------, ----------- -- -- than selling It at price. "
iw and! Wa hlnglon. The Southern vUWavannah
PABLO BACH.. Grain for sale as source of revenue Kallway, Columbia
Thousands DaTe Trouble
Kidney and Washington.Tft .
bus hud Its day In all the 01,11'S'ctlolIlI,
of tho country. What shall take its i and Don't Know lt.flow the West< T'10' Southern "'y via Jesup, Atlanta' /and Chaltanoogo. The I. &
Ocean View Hotel PABLO BEACH FLA. iw N via The Southern
place that will be equally reliable\ and To Bind Out. Montgomery., : K'y via Savannah Columbiaand
) Ashevllle. The M A O U'y vU Montgomery.
more profitable? Diversion of the farm Fill a bottle or common glass with your
The Hotel) is located close on the Ocean front. East Coast Railway now from grain and grass to fruits of all water and let It ..and twenty-four hours; a Til the East\ "h, Steamship VlaSttvannnhandOeeiinasro, for New. York.
Beacfi. Philadelphia|| and H.mton. via. Savannah and Merchants f
Jacksonville and Pablo *
between sediment
controls and performs the service kinds Is the most widely popular answer or settling "" .
Trains hourly, low rates of tare, and commutation ticket will be placedon to this question, though near Indicates: an Transportation To Key West Coma >llnr Havana, via Port Tampa JT" I\nII'IIIn& Steamship Lino.
sale on opening of the season. The cuisine and table Orst-class./ Fresh cities and, large villages the keeping of \\)0' (j unhealthy of the kid To Nova :Scotia: Cape Breton and Prlnre Kdwurdu: Islam), via. HItouRn,1, Canada,

Fish, Clams and Fish Chowdnr every day. The bathing pavllllon Is superior cows and the selling\ of milk and the /i\ ( r n f, neys: If )It stains Atlantic RIIII'lnllt Mtesmshlp hue for Halifax; Hawkvslniry, Jliarlottestown.
each *2 day. Weekly rates, growing of vegetables of all kind, for -. "
: linen
500 Is
Meals It
In its appointments. per your
and market nearly or quite equal It In pop / evidence of kid- S"IT.l\I.ItWDJJ-: : : : : O'D'rl.SXe> >N' TXOX3.ETStu ::
Rooms entulte single. :
$10 to $12, according to )location of room. A. M. BECK, Manager. ularity. The difficulty with market ney trouble : too all Hummer Resorts will be placed on rule June 1st. ,

gardening that It requires much richer frequent desire to The PLANT HYSTEMIuJllie: [ : only line\ from 'Florida). with through HlceplngCarerrlco

- land and much more labor per acre ., ...... pass It or pain In to the summer resorts of Western North Carolina and the mountains of 1
ST. AUGUSTI:. than the old fashioned methods of ---- the back: Is al.io Virginia. For Information as to rates, .le JllIicllr service, etc., write!!, to
Involves much convincing proof that the kidneys and blad-
farming. This a greater F. M. Jolly
der are out of order. Division Paisenger Agent
expenditure: of money on less land.\ The 13S Weft IJay ht., Astor Block Jacksonville Fla. 3
What to Do. : |
.-FRONTING reduction of large landed properties
ALGONQUIN T HOTEL w There Is comfort In the knowledge so B. W. Wren I'nssongerTrallloManager, Suvanmib.On. S
FLORIDA. and their subdivision Into many
sr.AUGUSTINE, often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- .. i BS
be the -- --- - -"
farms are pretty certain to popular Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every 3

Located. Special attention to !Commercial and Tourist policy within a few years. Meat of wish In curing rheumatism, pain In the
Centrally the farmers who till CO to too or more back, kidneys liver bladder and every part d
Travel. Large well Lighted :Sample. Rooms. Grand, View of Day and acres would make more money If half of the urinary passage. It corrects Inablllt" Prepared
the capital row Invested, In land were to hold water and scalding: pain In passing
Ocean from verandahs. Rates :*:2 to *:i.50: per day. devoted to tilling In the best manner It. or bad effect following use of liquor,

F. C. HATDEN, Manager. from two to ten acres, using part of It wine or beer cf and overcomes that unpleasant 2 and 3-ply .
necessity being compelled to g> otlendW'l.g L
In the building of greenhouses. and the day. and to get up many times Asphalt and Roofing t,
'-- -- growing fruits aud vegetables under
during the night. The mild and the extraordinary ,
AUGUSTINE FLA. glass.; -American Cultivator. effect of Swamp.Koot .Is soon Gravel... __
realized. It stands the highest for Its won-
:RoctlyForTao.I3IIi1ling I
derful of the
Sleeks\ -Stone always speaks well ofeverybody. cures most distressing cases.
for ROOMS: ONLY. It is centrally located, near If need a medicine,
This hotel Is now open I \ you you should have the (
Postoffice. Bank and Cathedral. teat. Sold by druggists Ie5 c. andl. sizes. ; and Lining Papers) ( '
Rooms, 50cts to $1.00 per day; 1.50 to $6.00 per week. WHk1lenlr a force of bablt. You may have a sample bottle cf this
V. D. SANCHEZ, Manager. I Meeks-[low so? wonderful discoveryand
Weeks-He's n marble cutter, and his a book that tells Hoof Paints, Creosote Oil,

I specialty I Is cutting epitaphs on grave more abiut It. both sent t4+ 'I1+

WKST PALM Jn .\OIl. .roDf.'a.-CblcaJlo; News. absolutely free by mall Black Varnish, etc. '

I address Dr. Kilmer tc. n...'"<........R i*. ,
II Co., Binghamton N.Y. When writing mention
The Ilnrmese bare a curious regarding
THE SEMINOLE.WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. I I coins. They prefer those which reading this generous offer In,this, paper. Write for Catalogue, Samples, Prices, etc
1 -- ---------- -
bare female beads on them believingthat
Under New Management. Open the Year Round. Excellence of coins with mat beads on them Jry We would esteem the favor If our THE AllMITAGE MANUTG CO.
readers, when writing! or calling upon ,
are not so lucky and do not make
Cuisine a specialty. Rates $2.5O; to $3.00 per day. our advertisers to purchase merchandise,
Mrs. S. O. B. BURNHAM, Manager. money ? eto., would mention the AOTOCATB. J2OO to 3300 WilllaniAburff Aye., RICHMOND, '-..\.

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...and... Btt. .l CAA* Of Drowning. Another of LaUrange's fair daughters
has been taken from that (Successors to LOSLEY RENAKEK & CO.)
Anniversary Presents.JEWELER'S WHIT CITY, FLA., May 20, IfIOO.I hospitable
community, at the handx of a young und ...3Li a/wry ox* f...
I KJtttir Iiuluin Hiver Adeorate: handsome knight, for at Union church, Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies, Rams, Gins and Wllslles

/l / a; Jr The midden and untimely death of Mr. LnUrange, Wednesday evening, Mr T. Bottled Beers Ales and Stont.
Walter Anderson and Miss F'enatcr
C. H. Kuoks, by drowning, in the St Mary WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND

Luclo Itlvcr, on the evening of the U7U.! ), were united In marilage, the Hoy. W. N. A First-class Line of Cigars. .*. Billiard and Pool Tables.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Innt., in tliu greatest loss that White City Chaudoln officiating.Ev UNTTED STATES COURTS.
lid* ever boon called upon to miller and ry kind of conveyance buggleR, Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mail

eu ule. It is, Indeed, a Blitcken and a wngons, bicycles etc., obtainable in '1'1. orders. Cash must accompany yourorder. LOSLEY': :MOTLOW, Tltusville\ Fla.

.THE ANHEUSER BUSCH moulding town, and we know not how tusvllle, were utilized by those wishing
.. to out and before the -- -- -- --- --- -
-- -
long --
go appointed -- -"
'ted how the IOHH be
tu bo corofoi' or / / can Abstracts of Title

Brewing Asso's.YamOUA repaired. ihout crowded time for, and the many ceremony were the standing church outHide. was- INSURANCE. Protect Your FIRE
It was on Sunday evenlng
Furnished to lands lo Brevard and t>adaCounties.
At a few minutes eight the
sundown when ]Mr. )Rooks was /Hen ted at past / Pr.operty Against ,
table with his wlfw and also bridesmaid and best man, Minn Carrie
Rt. I-onU' KMff anil lint the supper .
tloit Hear.Solrl Mis." Scholluld, the White City schoolteacher Kiosrher and Mr. Jerome T. Keanter, LXG-EJTN'XN'G-. OYOLC>N"ES.

this being her last evening, aa cnteied the church followed by two \ all Fire Insurance' Companies and the Mutual LIfe
I the ,
by Menu, fxinloy A Motlow I pretty little\ lower girls, Mlsse Helen I represent
TltllKVlIlM, Kilt.By her teim wan over, and she was to mintliomu ,I Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
Wilson and Sadie Duren who In We have list of
Mr, It. I., MOII.IW CIIIIDII' Flu.By Monday morning. They were all\ i turn I a large Invest Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.
Mr, W .1. Tucker' ('flcoII'III,1 lively and jocular; Mr. Hook particularly were followed by the bilde and /groom,
Fort fierce, Fh,. who marched up the aisle upon a carpet For Rates Information, etc., call on or address CIIAS. S. hCIIUYLER,
no health, for, his he bualness possessed/ was the prosperous moHt vigorous, bin of flowtis, strewn by the flower /girls. IQj -&. :1ST: :: :ID Sop Tltuaville\ Fla.

JOSEPH ZAPF filends were numerous, a loving and The bride and groom stood underneath owned by ournelves and clients. Price
congenial wlfo to cheer and encoaiageMm two hearts, linked into each other, suspended '
Sole Agent. In all his undeltakings, and the from the walls and ceiling by for unimproved lands 3.00 to $100.00 INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.

future scorned blight and promising for chains of llowers,and trimmed In blue and per acre

prosperity long life and happiness nit white, while the nuptial knot wan tied. TITUSVILLE FLA.Is .
((110 to 02f> West Bay Street, The wedding march was very efficiently ,
far us this woi'Id can bestow. Uutal.is, furnish Ice in Sacked or loose. Special attention
rendered by Miss, Frankio timber, it being prepared to any quantity-
how suddenly can the kaleldusuupn of WE have a few 'Residence 'Orange
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. lifo tuin fiom one' picture to anolherl! ranged by herneir. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .

Suddenly a cry IK htJlIl'd : "A child lias The bride looked very pretty in n dress Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable T. WETMORE Proprietor.

Choice fallen oil the bilclge Into the river." Instantly of and white organdy, tilmm.d with lace locations. Prices Reasonable. __ ___ _u __ __ ___ _. __ ___ _, -- ------
I Mr Hooka sprang from tlio table satin ribbon, with a veil, and carried

Wines,Liquors and ian to the bridge, which Is not over a tu UK/:noli a, hud In her hand, while tbo EAST COAST MATTRESS FACTORY.

and Cigars .10 Mteps from his door, and seeing theclll"J groom wore tho conventional black. The S TITUSVILLE
anrl la the bridesmaid was dressed in white swls OFFICES I
Hunting xtruggling 1 and MIAMI.
yj Guaranteed) Pure.Uji ...ater nnd drifting, down the cuirent, with blue trimmings;{ und the Howe Mattresses\ from $2.00 up. Renovating done on bbort notice. :
ho irrto girls wore ted swing and blue org Sold, 1 at reduced without Invitation, plunged(
..*', prlcwIni the slrvain, wi I liou t lak lug oft iiU clol lies: tlit chiiruli pal!us for were the snared onCiinion In decorating wiLli eveigieeniiHiid '. East Coast Meat Market Call or write for price list.

tl> lllB ,fliHCUO.liy EAST COAST MATTRESS FACTORY, Tltusvllle, Fla.
|>nrted /llowers of all kinds, with the
Rooks the teacher
tills time Mrs. ,
')'ok.VIr...... nnd a twelve >ear old bi>y, wuieuttholiver's monogiam" "A. J F.! ," on each nido of the O. F. DUREN, Agent.WHY .

from Italy. edge, and I Ke lng Mr. Kuoks wiilitliu a I tiir. Alter the coieniony a leceptloi: > r:== "Tjc
wait given to u few filendi liud relative*, -
vhlld holding it with one hand wliliIti :
John B. Togni I '" at the home of Ihebiide'n. mother., which
flltoea led of of tlio bitnk. .Vlis. KuokH -. ICE CREAMFF.EE
wan lustily decoiatt-d. with e'etgiettiiMlloweiH conc
had' tho. of mind to IriHiiintlysulzu
:Metropolitan H.iloon: 121 Eiist Bay Bt. IJIOHBIIOU and Japanese Uateiijt. let
tlio hand, of the boy, and foiced :>
cream, etko, slieibet, etc., wero net'vu< -
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. him In front to catcli the child, wlduli,

'Wholeiinla ami Itetitll.....* lie did, knowing she could \pull him buck. during nnd best the wUhes evening and extended congratulation/ to the ='
If beyond IiU& depth, and thinking tliuii'-" weie -
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uy that all threo could bo hiiveil.. Hut happy pali'. EJRS
HOTELS BOARDING HOUSES nil till.* time, though very bile), Ml. Mr. Anderson is a trnstod employe of
bt-nuaili the the F. E. \allw.ty.\ Ha holds tlie )position
Kooks was Htiugglliig 1 water, _. c2
AND of aueat at :btuai: 't, audhasnumerouit =' ...-
OTHERS yet hud bold of the child; but when the
filendM, up mid down the load,
human chain thus loiined commenced AT
The bnde Is 1 the bright and charmlni/{ .c2 =' .. i mmm
to pull in towards the slioie, Mr. I Kooks
daughter/ of Mrs. J. N. Keaslei', one otliu TI1'UIiVIT.LE. FLOIUDA.
let go tho child and sank toilxono moie.Mm. .
Ii.lit svttlur of LiiGrange. dhe: halt
----- -------
Hooks Immediately lauupouthu
bank und Huiuitmed for help, but It Wltlt n wl8h l host her of every fileuds joy.Mr. on Indian Klver, who 'rh "J.'hrec ''''''h "", J'S.. ::E?: :rI'OJ3': : : .-:: :c & SOIfcT,

at least ton inluulen bufoio, nny HI'rived;
and Mis. Anderson left, yeaterda -
and then to hastily counliuct a gi.. uliook Box 212
ait .. 'lor PiitHboio Ala. wlierearecepttou
and got a bout to search fur him all
If'you want Prunl ami, Rllt water I"lohOv.tors. took nt least HHeen minutes moiv, and will be given I them to-night atlm witli stale food, when you can
41"11 Tiirtit), ..tn.I"<> to H. I! Mlor.TO'l.: Vh..lI.. home of the gloom's parents, Mr, buy the Southern Home Mocking Bird 'l'ITUSVILI.I Jo'I.OUIDA.
about half hour buloie lie
It an was
Mate .nlnAtal! and ll.tHtor 'ciciimny'''| fioot wns
Ocouu' anil City.Market,Jat'kHuiivllle t'laI10 lound iiuil drawn Into the l>ouU. by Mr, C.UUllltmc "nd Mm.\ W, T. Aqdemon, TLey will Food fresh every d.iy at25o; per Ib. ; sent
bo about two weeks and ttiel -- -- -
on -- -- -
- -- --
away anywhere lOc extra to pay eight.
------ ------ - --- --- 10If"I',
return wilt visit tho bitie's( mother, for a:
nl. '' ''' \V e did nil wo possibly could to- runusultate few befoie future WHY Buffer from CHILLS & FEVER
rrh '' ( l.' a days, going to their
life If possible but be had lain In
when can a orThomM'
home at Stuart where they will commence you pet
tho water not IUHS liian an hour, and It .llRI G IIIIS COUPON.
Chill and Fever Tonic ..
Vest liny Fit .TuckHoiiville, housekeeping soon after their guaranteed .
human. elf do '
was Impossible tor 01'111 lo to cure for 50c.
arrival there.
KINK It, for his valuable life had been sacillicod I I Ir
for another-tliat of a little boy The AIIVOCATB: joins with their many WHY "ffer from a. splitting:: HEAD-

Wines Liquors and Cigars olilld-MTMOBU life may not prove valuable lends I In wishing them n )long, happy; ACHE, when you can get a bottle r It's good for Go In trad on any CASH purchm! of $1.00. '

to Itsolf or to Its follow beings, even and prosperous married life. \ of Thomas', Headache Cure, that will\ l' 'II'IIl'
Good for 100 on allY CASU purl'hase of SHOES over $1.00.I .
Anheuflor-Husch Extra Pale on Draught. should it attain old nge.: Mrs., 1 Hook'lIhol'tlllllll cure you In short order for lc.II. () .

HIK! roitilude Is highly commended FISHING ON INDIAN RIVER.A R. THOMAS: (.ood tor 1)0; on any CASII pllrd'Rse or 11I0E-::! ::! over $:.a.OO. '
Cold Lunch Served
Kino Dally. In her elloitx. |Jlllt foitli to fcuvetlie I Chemist A Druggist. LaVllla Pharmacy. I I: I'
The best of Service nllllL ,,1..IIMllnt quiet Child nud 1 hut' huabuud, und ..hu| lum Jacksonville, Fl.t.. I Good for 2)0; 011 nny C.II purchast. of *:;.00.
l10 ort. JOHN F. MUNCH,- Mgl'. the Hyniuiilliy of th. en lio oomniiiulty.TueHiluy / i f..iy days ago a party of Indian River
morning Ins lem.tliiHuia Hotnl guesm/ Tltusville, consisting of J, I (tiood until June 1st, 1900. IIChas.

"JUST FAR ENOUGH NORTH'ENfOY' jiiibiilnieil and ptituuil In a inetitllc CUH- A. D wetiHO, of Desinolnc", In.; T. II. The Bicycle Hospital
cot and shipped> \ to Chicago fur luteimunt Hull, 01' Mac-oil (tn. ; Joe UuUoer and SoNewhnui ) A. Gardner, Titusville, Fla.
YOUK HUMMKII: OIJTINU AT : of Itnlllmoie. AH. while .
iicODiiipttuied by :Mrs. liookii, 'ho fishing
:;:r HOTEL..VICTORY. lo rciiini within a month to herileiuls tu thx Indl.in River, f"urn tha hotel Is where wheels ot all descriptions are
,Iio iu Whlio City, nnd tiiou Ilio viol'niliiilen duck, had I Ihe uood fi-rtune to hook, boo repaired on the shortest notice, at
; ..W I'lIt-III.'t..y' Isle umi dutieH ol \lite with llnki for.itndu sliles. !/ thtir\ olliei. 'u.iichen. a monster uhannt moderate charges.
'" ,, I.AKKKIUKO.V : unit bravery woitliy of mich a .l bass, welching ovei ;<..I.!*> pouiulx. Mr.Newliatii Up-to-date wheels for hire at all times.DOWLINO .
':\L': "::1' /M The World1. ,ihe lisherman ] '
i4;; ".- ''t/ II unbuild.AH WHS lucky nn< GAY BROTHERS
41/MOtuaMlta'1' ;-. H chnri'iTliItf"nmnQrluitel for Mr. Rooks, woids onnnut de- wlien ha fully "ic-iill.il tlie fact that he
C..I.| .ilnltKlitfiil,noHiulileii uluinueiinrn HUiibe Ills, woith and meilts. CNnuiug: to hud accomplished Hie ""coI'8Itflll landing
water no ninHiMiltueni "(julr." .lioiitlnir, White City: iiom Chicago a IlItl over of the nion.iitii' bis excitement\ wan 80''
nnhlnir l athlnir Uuni'lnic IIHVm -
011'" Inniiiiierahlui larKO' *haiul' anil. orclixHtrii, two; yeaiH iigo; peifect suaucer/ to all.x Intense that it 'look tlie combined elTortsof PALATKA, I
ttt aoreif. lawn IIlIrvlo.. anil oiirtlne iiiiNiiriiHHueil'} > taho charge of and rtpiesuut the lueruHts his lends I .. "hold him down.1' After 'LOIUD.GROCERS.
Alt white i.Krvuntn.. liin>"#:J.MI( to *//I.IMII''r iluv. : of the FUu'Ida K.istCoiiKt; It.III"y : piutly lecovtdliig! from, bin He of "nervous .
910< /no t"f 925 per weok nllllllrlllllll" raturt. June "
X't t T. W. McCreary Oen'l Muniurur" IIOIM the stint. And yet lie liuliiiudiudH 1 llsh "embtimed," In older that he might We make Special Feature of our
724: Mniiroii Htr"<.., Tdl.Klio, OHIO.After of obstacles to und cnrry It home and convince his friends
Juno Int. I'lit-lii-Kny, Olli| >. encounter of tha size which lie declared would
subduo. Possessing the most Indoinll.ilo they & HATCHER Mail Order
------------------ Department.
not otherwise believe. this
and ooiiled' with Finding
> coiirago eneigy/ | 12 Laura street, > Jacksonville.
tlie gioatuHt amount of PI'ItCllo"llIooMe could not be done, as there wan no undertaker

CANCER CURED> at t HOME. ind ilm most aystoinitliu older, such in our town, ha declared to must Knowing how difficult It In in some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES
,_ :h..uglits HH rlllatl'e' and 1 dlHoouiagantenti I have tt>' phol''griiphed, but llnally\ agreed MAINHARD BROS., CHEAP, families can send us thuir Ol' ors with the assurance of having them tilled

NO ICNII'i:, NO PAIN.B ver entered' his mind. And ho could to have/ Chef Nelson of the hotel pro- promptly and carefully\ ; and we know the quality and prices will\ be satisfactory.We .

[,,.ml for free h.M.I U. AiMrenn, nfiiHO this hopeful and enttrgetio spiilt pare It for hIm and disassociates to feast cairy the most complete stock of any Grocery House in East Fioiida, and hiwe
Into the winds and hearts of all with upon provided, they all sign an affidavit' Cleaning Dyeing many articles not usually found in other and smaller houses.By .

Cancer Sanitarium whom heol\melncontlLctMo senxiblyfelt, as to the actual size and weight of the SEND FOR OUR PRICE LI T.
1JKLLEV1KW: FLORIDA.g but to de"crlbe. Though his llsli ; this they cheeifully did so Mr. Sol
active Impossible mind was Intent on his buititivHtt. can convince all doubters. He acknowledged Establishment, 12:! =Nownan, St.. Clothing -u_ __ __ ____ __ _ __
cleaned and
dyed, repaired pressed.
that the of his
which ho never neglected In the slightest extent Hulling experienced
I mil IIDCO. Ills. social and kind feelings befoio this event, waa In ctltcliliitf JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Titusville .
> NEAR TAYLORp never allowed him to forget those 00111tesles "- brook minnows on a crooked pin, Photo Supply Co

F 1 due to every geitKuman. Ha pos llieiefoie IiU excitement Is pardonable : Laundry.Mrs. ..
'I Artesian WellCONTRACTORS Bowsed the unbounded qolitldence of all although catches of this kind are not un

4il, 'li" the. otlicom In tho' compunles which heepietieuted common.Yesteiday. Geo. Cook, of Titusville, Is now
}t ,' and they would have bucked afternoon. Manager\ J. G. prepared to do laundry work of every ....A.cutEn.: tnln.n: Tioclxilc: : Go.KODAKS. .

J.. t I' ,I lira) with' their capital to the greatest Hast was lulling from the hotel wharf, description. All work guaranteed.;

I,('H. I '.):'It, extent In tlie development of the Enstoast and hauled a tine 12: lu. spotted trout. Leave your washing at G. F. Uuren'* The only house in Florida devoting Its time to the
k .... /Jt.> Eau Gallle Fla. (; country for the good of all Itut ___ ._-L._ corner storo, opposite ADVOOATK office.
be Is gone-cut oil In the midst of his { AMATEUR.
"."'III..eIlK.. and we mu t all humbly Hilt Lumber I>"H|. Steamship Tickets. .

bow to tlie Supreme Will that saw proper OUR SPECIALTY-Developing and Printing..

to no bereave us. He doeth all things Tlio Wilson Cypress Co., of Pnlatka, Two tickets for sale
steamship first
Virginia Homes wall, however contrary lo our feeble has just closed a deal with the East FlorIda class\ ; Brunswick to New York and; re Slvo us a blat No trouble to answer questions.

ruiiHou It may appear. Land and Produce Co., (the "English turn; cheap. Mallory Line. Apply to 01) King Stieet\ ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
Mr. Hooks was a true Mason and. that Company") for 54,000 acres of land In AUAOCATE: Olllce, Tltusville, Fl.u!:. ,
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lift been known this the consideration -- -- --- -- ---------
organization for Genii county belnff near

You learn all about Virginia Lands, rlos by Its fruit, which has ever been (li>,000. Tha purchasers will Immediately Impure water Is the cause of much

its resources, products, mode of cultivation of the purest and best. Hi* brother take possession of the property "and sickness. Remedy thU by getting a line E. .A. VVADDELL
il.isona took charge of the funeral services will utilize the timber for manufacturing liter from Claude ,
the Walton Tltusville.
prices by reading
which were very solemn and Im- purposes. The deed conveying this property
Virginia Fanner. Send loots iresslve. If the cntiio world could be was llled to-d.iy, and when recorded Cosmopolital Ecal Estate Office
for 3 months subscription to the blaxonlxod it would be a God.iend to the the l.utt chapter In the history of the VISIT the most peculiar and interest- ,

Farmer Co., Empol'llVI\. nunun rlll'o. and the woil.l would bonore English Company will have been wiittcn. log sight in America "

like Iloavon that a hell.I Ail of our readers remember the Immense THE FLORIDA.OstrichFarmCo.. BUREAU of INFORMATION for CITY of MIAMI
praised !III'. Rooks in his life, and I business conducted by thin concern
For Sale. ilunot withhold them In his doalh.' He at Xooga and others places, and the
wan my fiiend, fl\lthfulall.1 jimt to me. failure of tho company only a few years niul I>a le County Iu general. Loan ami Collection Agency.

'At Daytona' on the Halifax six Heron E. J. PITTS.K ngo. This block of land is tho laat nsset

choice hammock hInd. cleared, fenced of the old company, and Its sale closes Agent for the valuable TUTTLE ESTATE lands, located at Ft. Lauderdale,

nud partly set with orange trees. #1)00.Onehalf ) 111ml. A Itoar. the eventful career ot the "English Com Hallandale, r ulford, Ojus Biscayne, Little River, Miami, Cocoanut Grove
cash, balance 8 per cent. pany" In St. Johns county -St. Angus- JACKSONVILLE.Nearly and Cutler; also the Estate of Du. CUTLER, besides many desirable water
AddresH -- tine Record, May :IlOth.Do fronts; fruit and Vegetable Lands of all sizes on East Coast and chain of
Col'RTI.ANn IJlTCKMAV: Our Tlbhalacorrespondent says: Keys to Key V\ost. Orange and Phosphate lands on West Coast.

22 Hogau st., Jacksonville, Fl.i.' On Monday night Fred Snegar! ami Sam
filter drinking water f
'eronee wIllie hunting turtle cgga on you your For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for
TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. the ocean luwch, which ai'o found in great Please write ns whenever you fail to ARMOUR A CO., Fertilizers Chicago
nantitlea on our beach at thla sea on .-ofthe receive the ADVOCATE.. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS, Chicago
year met with opposition in the form Avenue D, over Bank MIAMI, FLORIDA.
The following are the times of arrival
of n I'-O:! pound bear, wlilrh was as eager
and departure of trains to and
to find A nest of eggs an the lioys, but afer -
from Titusville: receiving a shot by both of our brave E. E. :r: Sop :rJ:. TITUSVILLE, Fr.ORlDA.DJ .

I.evei Tltunrllle MOUTtlllOlrf for Miami:anil "ud, gallant hunters from their Titles, the All political announcements under this : LJI:1&I!: _
tnt" riii Arrive. t'tll" : : 910 .wamp, where they followed him a short rate of *:5 each, strictly In ad vance.

NORrHlOnlT"D. Utancv, and! lie was found hugging\ ; a
rAlave Tltimvllle for Jacksonville I Bt'Oa.m cabbage tree almost dead, and a llulnhing -
t and Intermeillate point* J J at 1 26 p.ni FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. ::::S
Tlttiftvllle for Hanfnra 7 H> a.m Rhot wait fired, which resulted In all our .Q;) :>>
. Arrive* Tltuavllle from 8 nford 1:29:: p.... elghbors being presented with ft fine To the voters of Brevard County: -

.;impleof'bear steak, which was much I hereby announce myself as a candidate CDCTOo
Send the ppreclated. Oo again boys, we all like for 2nrtelfrntloblriUiitaniUnir I to lOrmtilith .
., [ ADVOCATE an order for any Prosecuting Attorney for the
weighing(i to 400. .. ....,b. Ontrlch
job printing you need.] bear cteak. County of Brevard, subject to the action .ittlnk and baby MtrichM ,::Q F.
of tlut Democratic County Convention. r'f'ha' gl..trlcb:: -

rr Reading notice ads. on this page Little Brown Jug Water Filters f.OO: If I am nominated and elected thall do OnltlM....x>rt Tlnltor* thronarb the farm. xilalnlnK -
ail about the bird*,their
ace live cent per line per week. aod $:l.OO CUudo Walton, agent. my duty JAMES E. 1fDBS\\'S. iluuiage, >to> neata habiu ALSO GENERAL REPAIR WORK"


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