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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: January 20, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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17. No. 21.TITTJSVTILILIE, FLA., FRIDAY, JAN. 2O, 1899. Price, 5c.

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LOCAL NEWS -BOOKS, CLOCKS, Eto.-a nice assortment F. W, BEERS, OF ST. AUGUSTINE, A CHALLENGE JOE JEFFERSON this season. With Messrs. King, Allen

at Screven' Drug Store, Fla., has the largest line of Bicycles ami Geo. E. Hopkins In the office, and
Titusville. and Sundries in the State. Write him Mr. Fred. Sterry at the holm, work should
Id Topics of General Interest. for prices on new 'DO) models.Mr. To a Sword Foil, Rapier or Bayonet Contest ORMOND, Jan. 16, ISflO. go along "as smooth a* a wedding bell"

for fiOO.OO. Editor Indian liivrr Adrocatt., in that department.
-Attorney W. I. Metcalf, of West
jlety and General GOlllllp in connection Palm Beach, was in town, this week, attending L. II. Church, of Orlando, was TAMPA, FLA., Jan. 18, 18fI.{ Dear Sir-Wo have not seen you In On our 7th page will bo found tho ad.

ith Biscayne Bay, Lake Worth,Indian, court. in town yesterday, on his way down the Editor Indian River Advocatt : Ormond of late'; but next to yourselfwe of tho SU James hotel, Jacksonville,

nana and Halifax Rivera, Key West river. welcome tho bright, fresh, rosy pink under tho management of Mr. J. R.
-Mr. A. Hlldreth
of Columbus, 0., Dear Sir-I herewith challenge Mr.
id all other Point the the ADVOCATE. Campbell, one of the well-known and
Important alone
celebrated his 80th -Mr. Henry Egger Is again attendingto paper- By-the-way, we
birthday at Indianolaon Sam. Perkins of Titusville Indian River
alt Coast of Florida. Brief mention 01terelltln& business in tha store of E. L. Brady recently had a call from :Mr. Joe Jefferson popular hotel manager of this state.
Saturday evening last. recently tho First Florida Regiment to
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Events from Various Fart and Brother.Mr. ere ho left for Palm Beach, and wo The hotel has been thoroughly renovated -
I the World t About People You Knowd -Mr. J. O. Walton left here, Wednesday combat with sword, foil, rapier, bayonetor were surprised at tho youth and vigor of and put In tho very best condition,
People You Don't Know- Picked on a trip down the East Coast. lIe M. S. Sams, one of Courtenay's any other kind of weapon of defensefor the old gentleman; and when wo say and all its old guests are pleased to

>by Our Society Editor and a large staff may go as far as Key West. prominent orange growers, Is in town any sum of money not to exceed the "gentleman," we moan It, for he is a again lice Mr. Campbell at his old stand.
of ; the match take
$500.00 to
sum place .
Correspondent scattered along the ....: to-day. thorough gentleman. He says ho never Mr. Campbell asMslod the management
-Mr. A. C. DIttmar prominent resl- in March.
a February or
of tho
made remark tho that ho St. James by Mr. C. O.
ast Coast of Florida. Steamboats a on stage
dent of Fort Pierce, was a pleasant callerat are running dally from This challenge is also open to all Chamberlain who has been connectedwith
would not mako before a daughter. Ho ,
this office on Tuesday.Mr. Titusville, going as far south as St. comers in the United States.
this fino
Lucie River over 100 miles. is now 77 years old, and a few weeks hostelry for many year;
THE ADVOCATE, F. A. Losley has been attending Yours sincerely, ago he was playing the "young man" In while Mr. W. F, Ingold holds the roRnonMblo -

$1.50 annum in advance. the annual meeting of the Grand Lodge -Mr. L. R. Decker expects to leave J. A. McGuiRR. "The Rivals," when he was taken with position of chief clerk, and

$1.00 per" six months, '; Qf f Freemasons Jacksonville, this week. Titusville for Daytona, where he will at- ,- pneumonia and sent to Florida. Mr, Mr.\ Henry Smith, cashier.

tend to contracts to build houses, etc. The above' renowned English sword. Jefferson told mo ho has seven children,
2.00 per an. to foreign countries. -The l houseboat Dentos is Btlll Hotel Indian River, Rockledgo, I Is nowopen
moored at the Titusville wharf where Dr. -Mr.: Tom Sanders, of Courtenay, attended hundred man who Is said to bo the hero of a thirteen grandchildren, and throe groat and ready to receive guests, as will

Houghton is doing a flourishing busi- the meeting of the Grand Lodgeof hard-fought battles, will soon grandchildren, and yet he signed himself bo seen from the ad. on our 8th page.
You will find some interesting news ness. Freemasons in Jacksonville this week. give exhibitions of his wonderful skill In our guest book without glasses, It has boon fixed up In nice shape for tho '

|our inside pages.Have I at Titusville and other towns along the and when he took the glass of pineapple season, and Is under tho able management
-Mr. Chas. M. Hilliard, of Palatka, -Miss Sallie Hall, after spending a East Coast. Along with being an expert wine, his eyes twinkled, and he repeated, of Mr. SalUuell'I'oskoy, brother of

you paid your subscription ? who is on a business trip down the few weeks at Braidentown with her swordsman, Major MoGuire Is a very "In the words of Rip, long may you live Colonel Proskey, who Is on the staff of

[ot, please do so. East Coast, was a pleasant caller at this brother, returned here on Wednesday.She clever actor, and with the assistance of and prosper; wo wont count this ono" Gov. W. Bloxham. Mr. Proskoy has

Please write us whenever you fail to office on Tuesday. was accompanied by her sister, Miss his partner, Harry Archer, makes a great KuMiiEit NINE.Don't had a deal of experience in the hotel
Bessie. hit in his act entitled, "The Soldier and business and other hotel formerly
eive the ADVOCATE. among
-Senator Pasco has thanks for
our a -Mrs. C. F.: Williams of this place, the Coon." Id a great broadsword con- managed by him are the Paxlnosa
Reading notice ads. are ten cents copy of the "Fourth Annual Report of test In New Haven to all-comers lllamo Your Feet.
open
Inn Easton
who left here last week'for Jacksonville, Pa.; Prospect Park hotel,
line on this page. the Bureau of Animal Industry, from Connecticut or any other state In America -
to have her throat treated by Dr. Neal Catskill, N. Y., etc. This hotel sets an
.Mr. W. R. Knox has been down at the Department of Agriculture, Wash- Mitchell, is expected home next week. for the championship of theworld, If they ache, It Is the fault of your excellent table and guests are supplied
ton D C.
sen this week, painting the church. !; ,, We learn that she is much better. the Major won in 27'seconds,, the stake "shoor.: Get your next pair of shoes with fresh milk and cieam from Jeiscy

A. Barrelle, of DeLand, arrived being $13,000. from a man who thoroughly understands cows.' The chief clerk at this hotel, I.I U
..The ADVOCATE office has been quite In town Tuesday last, on visit to -Mr. E. O. Morgan, a well-known his business. We know every branch of Mr. Chas. A. Crelghton, of tho Paxlnona

ndated with callers this week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. K. Kenyon. This Is cattle owner of Bassenger, has been In lied Blankets ut Kline's. the shoo business from A to Z. We I Inn, Easton, Pa., and other first-class
town all the week. He has at
-Mr. A. B. Turner, of Grand Rapids. the first time Mis. Barrelle has been a case on would like to show you a pair. Price hotels. i
; the' Circuit Court. Mr. Morgan Is
in' town a couple of days or so this here since last winter. accompanied to suit, and sizes to fit may bo obtainedat
} by his son-in-law, Mr. E. 'L. Excellent qualities-strong binding Juuua KLINE'S, Tho Hotel Ponco de Loon, St. Augustine
k.Mr -The Florida East Coast Ilomeseeker seventy-seven different kinds of blankets Tltusvlllo. opened for its eleventh season onWClineliday.

:; and Mrs. J. C. Frank and baby, for December is to hand at the ADVOCATE Lesley.We are In receipt of the first num to seloct from. Prices from ,'!0cls. to Mr. Robert Murray, manager -

ensen, were in town several days this office this week, and is neatly ber of the SI.. Augustine Tatler for the $20 pet pair. JULIUS KUNK, of tho Ponco do Leon, has selected a
printed and full of interesting news of Titusville.' Died at Bookled,.. capable corps of assistants, among them
of full
winter season 1800. It is of
k.Mr. the East Coast. being gentlemen whose face are famil
James Hogg, of Melbourne newsy items, .and we congratulate its iar to tho regular A. W. Ilodg-
B- guests.
Miss : Johnson IIlster. n.Jaw to
sed through here, Monday, on his -Mrs. W. C. McLean, of Clermont, editor and proplletor-Mrs. Anna M. ,Died at Miami. Emily ,
C.,W. Harrison, Rockledge, died at her Ron, of New York, a hotel man of oxporienoc -
the Indian its
Jacksonville. stopped over at River hotel Marcotte-on general get-up. We
r to
both U
In the east and went;
home Uockled Jan. 10th and was
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from Tuesday until Wednesday, on her wish it every success David 'Johnson of Cocoa, to whom we room clerk, 'assisted by K.,C. Cleveland.
Capt. J. S. Matheson, of the I. R. & Dade to her burled on the 12th. The funeral was
t way to Ojus, county, join -Mr. Geo. W. Armes a wellknownand referred In last week's ADVOCATE: as Geo. W, Glbbs again fill tho offico of
IB. I. N. Co., has rented the Hall husband and brother who have conducted by Wm. Hlndle, superintendent
age at this place. that a plantation successful amateur fisherman from having been accidentally shot at Miami, to Mr. Stlling'tt hardware depart cashier, assisted by1 J. F. WlUon. 11. W.
at place. the north, Is again on the East Coast. died on Sunday from the effects of tho ment, Cocoa. Warner, night clerk; W. J. Fleming key
-Not since the freeze have we'seen -Monday's Times-Union and Citizen Mr. Armes-who passed through Titus- Injury. Ills remains were brought home clerk; L. F. Catitncr, mall clerk; i. C.

i Indian River hotel, at this place, so says: John Dunn has bought the sloop vllle early on Wednesday morning, toldan and Interred In the Cocoa cemetery on Bacon, steward; Frank Bany, wino
I of guests as it has been this week. Robinson Crusoe, and will take her to ADVOCATE reporter he was going to Monday, Rev. F. C. Blackburn officiat Examine Tour Orange Treei. steward; F. Thompson, head waiter;

-Mr. A. L. Bruner, of Georgiana, Indian River for a cargo of salted fish, Miami, where he Intended making good ing. Mrs. JohDllllU,')11'11. Hill and Gus and V Broquehals, chef. The poRlllon
j among the pleasant callers at thisce and then to Havana. to dispose of the record catching fish. Johnson who had been down at Miami Orange growers who have banked of house-keeper I I. filled by Miss Annie

| during the week. merchandise.Mrs. -Ex H. J. of doing all they possibly conld for the sufferer their trees would do well to examlno Mackay, ,who ,baa had chargo of the
mayor
Smith Pompton returned home with the corpse. them. Owing to the varied conditions( Hotel Ponco do Leon ever since It first
-Titusville has been well filled with M Beals, of West (54th street, Lakes, N. J., was a passenger on Mon- of the weather this winter, banking opened. _
witnesses and others attend. New York, writing the ADVOCATE this day's northbound train, on 'this way to
men, Flagler Party them I la liable to cause the trees to
[ Circuit Court this week. week says: "Your pink paper Is the that place from Rockledge, where he eventually sweat and Injure the bark Ail previously"announced In tho ADVOCATE -
next best thing!: to being In Florida. I spends his winters. Mr. :Smith Informedan Hotel Plaza, Itooklodge, Is again
and bud. In of this Mr.
Major St. Clair Abrams and Mr. am much pleased with its bright and ADVOCATE representative that he did A special train passed through Titus Wm. M. Brown consequence of this has, had open and ready to receive guest, -a* will

ink W. Pope, of Jacksonville, haven newsy columns." not expect to be away more than a weekor vllle aboat noon, Tuesday, with: Mr; all the dirt removed, placer 10110 trees bo soon by reference to our 8th page.,

| attending court this week. -Senator and Mrs. Robt. McNamee so. Henry M. Flaglor, of New York; Mrs.A. which ho has had banked. A word to Manager/: H. Pock, of that famous

-Mr. S. G.Vanlandingham, managerhe and son, of Leesburg, stopped over at Among the passengers whom an M. Ashley (his niece), and her friend, tho wise I Is sufficient resort hotel, The Arlington, I'etoskey,
yards at thise Miss A. M. I'omcroy of Lockport N. Y. Mich., I Is too well known all a hotel man.
* Bond Lumber Co's. the Indian River hotel, at this place, ADVOCATE representative met on Wed ,
| paid the Narrows a visit this from :Saturday until :Sunday, on their nesday's,, southbound train were: Mr. on board, on route to Palm Beach. Also ager to need any extra praise from us; (
but all who his hotel rest
to assured -
Mr. J. C. Salter of New York Mr. Flag.ler's go may
where informed and Mrs. and their ,
way to Havana, they us Hugh McLaughlin AMONG THE HOTELS that he will give them a glad wel]
ek.Mrs. they expected to spend a month or more bright and jovial daughter, 'Miss Laura. secretary; and Mr. C. D. Bolco, as-
II. J. Smith, of Rockledge, sistant-secretary, of Plainfield N. J. come. If our northern reader and their
is of the ,
:Mr.
McLaughlin one "biggest"politicians
er spending a week or so in Jackson- -Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pruyn, of Chi- in Brooklyn and who The above party made tho trip In Mr.Flagler's WHERE to stop. See list of hotels OD lends i want to BOO some of'the flnost

|e with her friend, Mrs. Frank Clark- ago, arrived here, Tuesday, on their has not heard! of "Boss, McLaughlin"anyone is new .private car. Mr. Flagler our 7th and Uth paKell.The orange groves along tho East Coast, we
has returned to Rockledge.Mr. and Point where would strongly advise them to stop off,
I, way to Rockledge City behind the times. lIe .Is a gentlemanwho is now snugly ensconced In'his fine winter ADVOCATE 1 Is now on file at all
.,H. C. Morris, of Daytona was a Mrs. Pruyn's mother owns a winter can count his friends bv the thou- cottage, just north of Hotel Royal the best hotels In Now York city. at Rockledgo, no matter whether theyarc
senger on Monday's southboundn'en home. Mr. Pruyn is a prominent real sands. In the party were also Mr. and Poinciana. lilt many friends are always going north or south.

} route to Miami, where he went state dealer in the former city Mrs. T. F. Nevins, their son, Mr. Frank glad to welcome him to tho East Coast The New Rocklodge hotel, Rockledgo, Hotel Ormond, Ormond, has opened

|he,interest of the Bond Lumber Co. -Dr; Ralph ,E. Smith, of Jacksonville Kevins Mr. J, McQuaid;father of Mrs. has been doing qulto a tourist business its hospitable door to tho public for the
is increasing Nevins -Mr. WmTreutler, of Eau Gallle, ar- of late twelfth time In its history and guestsare
M. S. Jones left here Mondayhis whose practice rapidly an expert quoit player, although ,
[Judge called Klondike west oft was recently called to Sanford, to only ninety-one years old; Mr. Thomas rived in town yesterday. Mr John Anderson, one of tho 'genial already arriving The hotel has
place ,
Pierce. The judge informed us he perform an operation upon Mrs. Geo. W. I A. Kerlgan, his sister Miss Kerigan, -Among those In towp this week we managers of Hotel Ormond, has arrived, been put In careful order; an electrlo
Isle of Ga. who and Miss all of N. Y. and U around shaking hand with his plant has been In the offico and
i over 1,200 trees planted in Wyely, of the Hope Keeps, Brooklyn, noticed: John II. Sams, Thos. Sanders, put ;
orange has a winter home in Sanford. We understand Mr. Tom F. Nevins is a well-known M. S. Sams, Courtenay; Peter and H. B. many Mends. Mr. Anderson has a host main halls ate newly carpeted and papered
[grove. I the operation'was' quite, suc- banker and broker, and Frank is chief Raulerson;A. H. Chandler, J. C. Frank of friend* throughout tho United States: and partial repainting done outside,

Judge R. M. Call, of Jacksonville, cessful.; Miss :Sugden, a trained nurse clerk in his father's cozy offices The and wife, Jensen; E. O. Morgan and E. Tho Hotel Abbey, on St. George St.,, whore necessary Messrs. Anderson t

ved in town Sunday to act as judge from St. Augustine was engaged to look above is the first contingent of guests to L. Lesley, Bassenger; W. I. Metcalf, St., Augustine, I II now the property of Price, the popular manager, anticipatethe
everal cases in which Judge; Jones after the above lady. arrive Kevins' Rivervlew hotel, Mer- R. J. Chilllngworth, West Palm Beach;; Mossr Lockwood and Toaheu. It li bust season Mince the great freeze of

disqualified since his appointmentthe who ritt, from Brooklyn-; and to say they P. P. Cobb, A. C. DIttmar, D. L. Alderman open for tho season, and Is receiving excellent four years ago a* tho advance reserva-
-Miss Peck spent a week or so
| circuit time while Mer tion of s the largest In a numberof
judgeship.Dr. Indian River hotel at spend an enjoyable on Fort Pierce; Wm. II. Sharpe, patronage. Messrs. Teahen & room
F. II. lioughton had his launch recently this place at, the with the Jerome party, ,, of ritts Island, is no word for it. The Sharpes; R. B. Holmes, J. D, Crabb, G. Lockwood are old residents of Indian year The office staff Is as follow:

wena out on Sunday with a party, 3hi this well and known
above to Merrltt. resort favorably
party Stewart Bovine A C. DIttmar Fort residents. ,
River ,
|o made a trip down Indian northbound train, and Informed an many
Pierce jam! Clilidn Jos Paxton (Geo, among tho traveling public is chief
to Cocoa and return. Mr. Chas. she ; : ,
aily ADVOCATE reporter that was returning Hotel ) Palm Miami IK again curaler
Royal clerk Mr. A. I. Creamer Miss
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launch Glngrass, S.: Williams, F, H. Warner, (I.'I, ;
of the ,
In charge earlier than she .
Kenyon was expected -
to Chicago
with
to the traveling public, Manager Miss M. A.
II. M. bookkeeper
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED a nice S. Singleton, Rockledge E. C. Walker open Sawyer ;
d those who went report an enjoyableise. owing to Illness In her family. line of ladles', gentlemen'.s. and clill Woodley; G. W. Keith;, Wabasso, and W. II, Merrill at tho helm. The Clark, housekeeper; S: B. Petenglll: ,
still remain at
Mr. and Mis. Jerome the of the'other
dren's hose. Prices range from lOcts others. following: are names chef; yl'owers.head-waiter; Sara
llockledge, where the) have been waiting to $1.00 per pair. many officers of the hotel: Chief clerk, C. K,, Smith I I. head bellman, George lIowland

For Sale Cheap. for a new engine for their launch, JUI.IUB Kr.ifVK, Hasklll; private secretary to Henry W, line charge of the livery. Music will be

the Phenol. Titusville. Rockledge, Indian River, Merrill, J. M. Freellng; Chef, G X, Dime; furnished by the MIley P. Swift 'orches-

Bruising sloop "Why Not," length 25It leader of Orchestra, G. Migllonlco; man tra, of Boston, during the season.
13 beam; draft 18 inches. Roomy For Sale., Has one of the most attractive and alter of Casino, E. A. Watson; housekeeper .
bin, bunks and water tanks. Laying S -- For Sale, best-stocked stores on the East Coast of Mrs M. E. GoMselln' ,
.Titusville In charge of Capt Neilson, Florida. You can find everything you The "Advocate."
Twenty-one foot round bottom, yawl need there. Fitting out cruising parties The New Rockledge hotel, Rockledge.,
[whom apply for particulars. At Lotus, on Merrills Island, Fla.: 10 -
boat, price $85.00. Would take a !good acres, all cleared and planted ,with a specialty. bas qulto a nice lot of guest, and Mr The INDIAN RIVEII ADVOCATE: Is on

standard make gun 12 or 10 gauge" apart orange trees, pineapple and all Kinds of GEO. N. HATCH, Propr, and Mrs. II. P. Share are -certainly doing ale at the following news-itamla, at five
Fish Barrels for Sale. payment. "BELLEVUE, all they can to make them feel at !
Smpty tropical fruit; artesian well, piped, GOt cents per copy : '
chief clerk this
Melbourne Fla. home. The at hostelry
feet large modern house with bathrooms Titusville-Fred 8. Chaffee.,
; Tltusvlllo Laundry.Mrs. .
Clifford D. Perkins
I I. Mr. a pleas-
very
"
J. B. Screven,
MOORE nearly
ddress, WALTER A. ; new. -
8 George St., Charleston, S.: C, Wanted, Apply or write to Geo. Cock, of Titus vllle, Is now ant young with gentleman the Steven, formerly, at Norfolk connected -, 'St. Augustine-Hotel Alcazar.
MBS. THOMAS GREEN, to do work of Jacksonville-Windsor hotel.
prepared laundry
every Conn.; the Winchester, at Wlnitoad,
A man that thoroughly understand Lotus, Fla. description. All work guaranteed. Conn., One of the finest hotel In the
Macoa Dining Rooms. .. etc. at Leave your washing at G. F, Duren state and other hotel
: .. orange groves-budding, my do and See Tills Place If You
--- store ADVOCATE: office.
full For Sale Charter. corner opposite
Eldora. Give or
,
at particulars
hen Ga. do not fail place Hotel Royal Polnclana Palm Beach
visiting Macon, I Wunt n
Must be u rgaln.
required. -
call at Isaac's popular dining rooms, ize of family, wage opened for the season on Saturday last,,
[
to The yawl Irene 4.5 feet with -
sober steady man. Apply ; long, Perkins Is
"Sam Dyeing.
iere you can obtain all the delicacies AARON A. DEGUAUW, large, high cabin. Will accommodatesix with Mr. Fred Sternr a* manager Mr, Two thousand dollars buy tho Hector
the season at very reasonable prices. Oak Hill Fla. For address Sterry'* office staff this year I II all follow: Island beautiful place on
(By letter,) persons. I particular Gentlemen's clothing Cleaned, pressed Fred C. King, chief clerk; Frank E. Allen property-a
T. A. SNIDER the Indian River at Melbourne, Fla.,
: and repaired. Dyeing In all Its branches. ,
assistant room clerk Geo. E. nop-
Hobe Sound Fla. j consisting of a hotel and dwelling house,
Old clothing made to look equal to new.
kin, cashier' Gen. A Smith, assistant
Ene Residence and 1.1 1eapple Fine Lunches. ; steamboat wharf, small tangerine orange
All orders by mall or express promptlyattended cashier J M mall clerk
; Hempited, ;
fullbearlng'i
and fine all now in
grape-fruit
Plantation For Sale. -- Property to. Prices low. Work good. L. II. Gale, front clerk; W. E. Conover, grove also line banana, and other
If you need a good chop, steak or any- Choice for Sale, Satisfaction guaranteed. night clerk; Gilbert Farlntosh, book and
fine
most beautifully-located villa and thing else In the eating line, do not fall, SAM PERKINS, Cleaner and Dyer, keeper; W. I.. Evans, assistant bookkeeper ; ne lawn tennis court
|ntation_overlooking from a high; when In St. Augustine, to go to the With five acres good land, two In Titusville, Kla. ; I.. II. Burton,. stenographer; P. artesian well, and the whole place piped

iff-the picturesque Indian River; In Cathedral Place Lunch & Oyster Rooms, pineapples; good building with tenementover 10 years In Sanford, Fla. N. Qulolao, steward; Mr. E. E. Green, This place wa held by the but former the owner,
merchandise C. J. Hector at $10,000
tore general stock present
; ,
section large the
e centre of the pineapple ;; close to postoffice. housekeeper,
out-houses. Mod delivery wagon, row and sail boat; owner will tell for $2,000. This i. "
pmy buildings and Inside toilet arrangebuta steamboat landing with warehouse Visitors, toT St. Augustine. Mr. F. E. Allen, who has been IvrlthMr. of the finest place on Indian River

A conveniences bathe ; boathouse and For Sale, New Furniture, well established and only store In good;; Fred C. King at the Grand Union Make offer to

lr ,lawns sewerage shrubbery; flowers and 15 ,. community; store and postofflce outfit Will find that the carriage of John hotel, Saratoga, N. Y., during the pat JAMES PALUEB, owner,

;* In best, quality1', pineapples., Far At econd-hand price, .",'01 quantltle complete; price low;, title. perfect. Address Irvin meet all train Parties taken for summer, was a paisenger OD lat Fri Patcboguej L.'I.
fe WM. R. CAMFBEH, the owner, drive. Write or,auk for ; .. day' train, eo route to Palm Beach, Or his care taker on the place,
:particular w Bellefue A. J. OLDS, r. M., JOUMlHVlK, I where he will fill the position of aslt CHARLES A. EttEBDROCK,
.
G. Wuu EdeD/-.. FlsL ..Melbo'urne, Fla. 4 Waveland, Brevard Co.,-BIa.: '' ; ''St.'AuguitInef Fla. I ant room clerk at Hotel Royal Poln lan_ Melbourne Fla,

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more destructive than the tallest forest ONE DAY. *. Spain's Greatest Need.Mr. Unx.1VIA.R .

'!: Fever trees. rosy ". -, R. P. Olivia,. of Barcelona, Spain, BROS.Wholesale.

After Typhoid The great seedling which has borne As Nhcbc'the dawn curt .Ins puts away' spends had his winters caused at Aiken, S.'C.In Weak the .,
pains
Its crop for many years may be de- And softly blunhlne II ogers nerves- severe .Dealers In
; back of his head. On using Electric
To the coming lUy.
greet
1 Health Wa All Run Down-A Few stroyed by frost once In a half century, ; blood and
stand In the glow of morning, Bitters, America's greatest I GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE
H! Bottle of Hood's Sarsaparllln but I If It is promptly leveled with the 'Neatb faintly tinted skies nerve remedy, all pain soon left him. .

; '; Restored Appetite arid StrengthNow ground and a bark graft Inserted upon With nu cloud to Jive me warningOf He says this grand medicine Is what his
storms that mal.rhe.
i Sound and Well. the stump, the lusty youngster Inherits, country needs. All America knows thatIt 131 and 133 East Bay Street and 6 and 8 Newnan Street,
1 feel but the dewy sweetness cures liver and kidney trouble, purifiesthe
"IwMtll run down after haying typhoid with only the Interregnum of a year, the Around, below,almve f blood tones the stomach, J no1J.sonvl.11c:
up F1or1d.
fever and could not_ get anything of the elder. The Only the rich completenessOf tONE
fruiting capacity vim
the vigor
youth and bUIlt| and love, strengthens nerves, puts ,
i that would do me any good. A friend bark-grafted pomelo (grape-fruit) In one a a and new life Into every muscle, nerve OF THE. OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CIM
i- told my husband what a wonderful medIcine of the of DeLand's millionaire and organ of the body. If 'weak, tiredor ,
Hood Sarsaparilla for weakness groves Ah, too noon has the beautiful morning need It. bottle
John B. Stetson, produced and Lost all of Its radiant glow, ailing you Every gnaranteed
I had become perfectly disheartened but grower Anil there breaks without shadow warning only 50 cents. Sold by F, S. We are headquarters fofjill kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow
my husband persuaded me to try this ripened seventy fruits the second year. The terrible tempest of woe. Ch lIce, druggist. guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We Pet:

j medicine. Before I had finished taking If these were of ordinary size this wasa Yet not all is deep darkness and sorrow,. your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased Ry
\' the first bottle I was a great deal better yield of about two bushels of fruit There's a gleam of brightness above the oath
And there shlnrs as a Hen: for the morrow, Hans Richter has taken as an MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville
: ..' I had a good appetite and was able to do from a tree of eighteen; months: The The beautiful bow of (Joel's love. honorary citizen of Vienna, accepting Dealers. Fla.
I tome 'of my housework. When I had resurrection of a Florida 'orange is. one : J53T" We only Sell to
the freedom of.the city, which was presented -
: taken the third bottle I was sound and of the compensating marvels of this The sun now sinking I : In the west him time .
J : well. I had been troubled with little Blum's with a snfu-ned splendor, to some ago.
.
; ores on my hands and face, and !Hood's climate.-Fruit and Trade Journal.A ,As Had If the made mist its of light falling more; tears tender.' Oa: : S. :SL-c.r: & CO .

Sarsaparilla cured these. I am thankfulto How's This !
j Narrow Kscnpo. No more returns the glow of dawn, DEALERS IN -
to know there Is such a medicine and I And youth again,ah, never I -
keep it in the house all the time." MARY Thankful words written by Mrs. AdaE. The Are clay Is o'er-tbe and storm forever, the strife, We offer One Hundred Dollars Rewardto FLn..e: Wines: n fad Ll.q: U.orS
past gone '
i J.SLNOLKTAHY, Blue Spring, Florida. Halt, )f Groton, S. D. "Was taken of'Catarrh that cannot be \ '
case 417, 410 \V.
with a bad cold, which settled on my The twilight shade fall gently now, any Bay St.,
; Hood's Sarsaparilla A dream,quiet lending. cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. .
lungs; ; cough set in and finally terminated The night of death of peace and rest, J. CHENEY & Co., Props. Toledo, O. JACKSONVILLE, ". FLA!
Is the best-In fact the One True Blood Purifier. In consumption. Four doctors O'er all Is slow descending. We the undersigned, have known F. J. a
Bold by aU drugglnU. 11( sit for >/9. gave me up, saying I could live but a Sweet U the day o(cloul and storm, Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe + "
f( short time. I gave myself up to my The life of pain and sorrow him honorable in all business During: the Coining Year
i Hood Pills are th8 only pills to take Saviour, determined If I could not stay Which bring like this a promise bright, perfectly
;: with Hood's Barsaparllla. with my friends on earth, I would meet Of (glau and. fair to-mo.row. transactions, and financially able to carry v 180O,
made their firm.
tnv absent ones above. Mv__ husband__ ELLKTT. out any obligations by
..; : was advised to get Dr. King's New u Discovery Malabar, Fla., Jan. 11, 1800. West & Truax, Wholesale druggists, Will be enjoyed when Bear:]
+
Toledo. O. '
for consumption, coughs and passes the cheering bumper y
colds. I gave it a trial took In all eight INSURE YOURSELF against the attacks Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale good old Wines, Whiskies ai|
of fevers and Toledo O. -
cured pneumonia other serious druggists, ,
bottles. It has and thank
ii rf me, and prostrating diseases by taking a few Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally Brandies, or warming Rum punt
God I am saved and now a well and
,
bottles of Hood's the blood and when made from our pJ
CRop of healthy woman." Trial bottles free at Sarsaparilla now acting directly upon velvety,
ifs I F. S. Chaffee's drug store. Regular size mucous surfaces of the system. Price, t ",s and high grade Lewis 1866 \\rbi!
HOOD'S TILLS are the favorite family 75c per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
and
boo fl. Guaranteed or price refunded key.
'ft cathartic. Easy. to take, easy to operate. Testimonials free. \f "Fill the bumper fair
l\
z II If IIl! l Every\A._ *.!...drop.*. t._.*.we_ sprinkle.....
'/ \\' .u.u..u. "
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Since many children die every year .'! ---.I\. '( !o ,(I iP.-!! \ Smooths away a wrinkle"

from eating poisonous berries and plants :f

colored charts are now shown in some LJ t 1 t A HAPPY HOME ATc

I I 1 sr German school houses illustrating those a CHRISTMAS. Olh "TJ3PS."

a that must be avoided +
1 e c Or at any other season of the year, Is a c
II 1 boon to every one, and we are selling) lum- The word tip means different thin?'!
and ; t Tony Fair, Cochran, Ga., writes: From ber at such prices as will enable the man of ( E in different places. In a barber chair

\ VOfA1I my experience with Zeilin's Regulatorand moderate means to hang up his stocking restaurant it is "a gratuity" given f feii
Black Draught, I cannot compare under his own chimney by next year. f ,
extra good service. Another kind of ,
= them with Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver l Builders and contractors will find our prices ,, +
I' 1 1lph 1r -- Medicine, one package of which did for Lumber and Shingles very low, and of : tip is a "straight\ tip." That's a bit more good for wife's chronic liver trouble that beyond advice and that's what ,
the best quality, inducements are friendly we i |
than two doctors who
IfI I dollars: for their services charged fifty L- competition. ,' giving you when we tell you to try o.

d i 41d : BUILDERS'' SUPPLY CO., beer. If you are in the business, selli I:|

IMF OLr t, Admiral Dewey was at one time in St. Augustine, Fla. if you are not, drink it., ,It is made fro)"

p command of the historic old ship 'Con. 'is .the purest materials, and we guaranI

stitution of Revolutionary fame. It was it to be perfectly pure.

back in the sixties. .,,.,,......_ "'7. r
.ESTABLISHED 1880. 1
If irritable, out of sorts, depressed In Address, .
I THE BUDDED ORANGE., spirits, have a dull headache, take a few
f doses of Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine Bond Lumber Co. ; G. MULLER. & CO.,

Some learned horticulturists have argued for quick relief Jacksonville, Fla.

that budded Or grafted trees aro Manufacturers of and ,Dealers in I Agts for Acme Brewing Ca,|
s, weakened In constitution and are 'short ARBOR .DAY PROCLAMATION. Acme Brewing Co.,_Macon, Ga.

y.( lived. On the other hand, Edmund II. LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING .
I STATE OF FLORIDA, ,; ,
Hart who be
may called the father of
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT: }
,Florida,orange culture, says the American !- TALLAHASSEE, Jan. 3, 1899!)! ,. ) Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orangeand Magnolia Grocery....
Fruit Culturlsts budded trees appearto In Vegetable Crates.,, We solicit correspondence.Saw .
accordance with the regulations of
be as hardy and long-lived as any. the State Board of Education, and of a Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at Wholesale and Retail.Dealer In
I This statement, however, is not to be DeLand and Titusville.
beneficlent custom adopted in

l taken'without qualifications, since ho the States of tine Union', I hereby many de of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. ._ _

I says In another place, speaking of' the signate Friday 3 1899! \,
February to be HODGES. .
pomelo, lemon and larger I_limes as observed as Arbor Day. H. A. ... Butterine, 14cts. per pound.

',1 stocks, that a small)) orange; lacking flavor I earnestly recommend that the day MANUFACTURER OF Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please you!!

is improved in size, quality and be appropriately recognized, and that it 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Telephone .
and Yellow Pine Lumber.
: fruitfulness by being worked upon those bo ...Cypress ..
observed in our Institutions{ of :Learn No. 255.Photo .
free growers; but, like them, becomes lug and by ,the people generally in the ROUOII AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.

tender as regards ability to bear frost. planting of trees, shrubs and vines In Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building in
Many men of this generation look back the adornment of any part of Florida, would do well to write for l'irls. The saw mills are locatedat
' with regret to the grand. seedlings at St. : public and private Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on' the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any Supply Co.
grounds, and such other purposes as part of the East Coast. Address: II. :A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla. .
Augustine, Mandarin, Athens, Fort may be in harmony with the general objects -
i Harley and other places which lived -

fifty, sixty, of and seventy years, yielding In testimony of Arbor Day.whereof, I do hereuntoset WHEN IN NEED OF \AGENTS EASTMAN KODAK GUI C ,

forty boxoq oranges per year, and declare my hand and caused to be af- _

that the modern system of buddinghas [L.s.] fixed the Groat Seal of State, this only house in Florida devoting its time to tit! |

enfeebled the constitution and shortened third day of January, A. D. 180)!). KODAKS.Tho( '

i the llfe-leaso of the orange. We W. D. B.LOXHAM} Lumber Hardware and Paints 1 SPECIALTY-Developing and Printing.

Lave "lightning budders" which will, so Governor of Florida.: ,

it is stated, "make six-year-old groveIn By the Governor. Give_ us a Trial. No trouble to answer questions.

three years. Such claims bring ridicule Attest-JOHN .L. CHAWFOJID, 51 King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
upon the whole system of Dicing Or anything in the line of Building Material -
Secretary of Sii te. .
by which modern horticulturists abridge

: i very matoilally the period of waiting !for l or House Furnishing goods, Tinning or
the fruitage of young trees. All these MANIER & LANE MUSIC CO C !

:11 clap-trap claims and Inventions are Plumbing, do not fail ,to write I,

f waved aside with one sweep of the arm,

.. and it is roundly declared by the old J ;!O .

timers that nothing will do but a seedling EDWARD STILHTG

) in these degenerate days of hot b Malcolm, Love Fischer,; Manier & Lam

house
propagation and
Increasing severity
;;;;. "THE BRICK STORE,"
of climate. All orange trees are; fairly -

" hardy when the sap is dormant, but OOOO V., Xnc3.lA.xi.: : River, I'zaA: PIANOS._' __

t when it becomes active, as Is usually the ,

case In the latter part of February,there .
is SAW AND 1'LANINO MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YARD WATERLOO KIMBALL
displayed little difference in their sensitiveness ORGANS.....
,
rnlatka, Fla. E. Bay St., Foot of Catherine .
to a freeze. I,

The precocity of a tree does not necessarily M \ WILSON. CYPRESS COMPANY Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms]
i '
imply any letting down of its A wreck at lea is not the only place ,
hardiness or longevity. Accepting the where a life line is of importance.
There it a life line for the lick, as well as Manufacturer of ff Write for Catalogues.
j seedling as the ideal of hardiness let
us for the drowning man. It it Dr Pierce's .
quote again from Hart's admirable Golden Medical Discovery. It is not a MANIER & LANE
cure-all, but it i. a scientific medicine Lumber and MUSIC COMPANY,
chapter on the orange: "Where nursery goes to the fountain bead of a number that of Cypress Shingles, Lath. #
trees are not to be had and a start serious and fatal disease When a man 24 Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Fla.

\ must be made from the seed gets seriously lick, he can generally be A stock
large of
glOves cured by the right course of treatment. Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles,
have been quickly established by plant The treatment that cures many obstinate lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress EASY RIDING.

ing several plump seeds where each tree chronic diseases consists of pure air, good mouldings of all patterns a specialty. "

was to stand, and after they had growna remedy food, rational that will exercise strengthen,and the the use weak of a When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us. All the time and speed when you

I few months pulling out all plants but stomach, correct the impaired digestion, want It Is a great feature of
the best invigorate the liver and promote the assimilation
c ones. Such trees, unchecked of the live-giving element of
by removal, and each a survival of the the food. The "Golden Medical. Discos The 1tea ting :Bicycle.
ery" accomplishes all these ..
fittest have often things. HOMESEEKEBS
j fruited in throe or, 'I 1 A young men laynslcaad motionless -..... ... ........ ....
four years. (what neighbors complaint dying bed. Disc.upoa.. Here are some Keating points for.your consideration:
Like the Mesquite of Arizona which ofthelung*.Hirer : ,kidney trouble and *"-
, pleurisy! Lvr're.flltJ"ttIlln? him to lbs enn. The Frame makes it
may be burned off annually by desert I lh neighbors* "Hid J d'h given, cannot him live* to die. The Who are Seeking a Home In the South should send to the undersigned for a 'f STRONG.The .
Oh. I would
fires until the stem is no larger than aman's not care to die,1 he said, 'were It not for copy'of theFlorida :

finger, while the root, Increasing ny must dear die wife. A and brother little had: presented him with Construction makes it

undisturbed, Is as largo as one's body, .three bottle. of medicine, but he bad no faith in -'j' DURABLE.The .
'patent medicines-I b\ltl after the doctors bad East Coast Homeseeto.We
the orange is practically Indestructible gvben him up to die and he had banished every Bearings give
The top be killed hope,of recovery: he Hid to his wl(&, '4c.r wife. itSPEED.
: may by frost or disease I .m going to die there can be no harm now la .
I but will re-appear with an undying taking that medicine I will begin its use at The Double Roller ChainHAKES

i Igor: even though from untoward cir oncelie grew worse did but begin soon to there use It came and a at change.first he have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for IT FL,.i I
Winter
' cumstances this blowly but surely he of better. Today that and Summer Homes.. Climate the healthiest In the United States
resurrection may be deferred man strong and healthy and be owes his Ufe Up hill, down bill, on the tour, road or track
to that medicine. Apply to
two or even three The What was the medicine: r It
years.
1 root perishes only when it is In extremely was I, Luther Dr. Pierces' Martin Golden am Medical the cured Discovery:man. and Dr. JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner Send !It HaS 'No Equal. &"
Catalogue
Pierce l thank -
! you of
I ) Impoverished soil or Is smothered out heart for rescuing nefrom'the rave." my .
by dense growing granges, which are foregoing, U from Luther Martin, fisq., a promtnentdtiicnuf The- FLORIDA EAST C AST'R'Y, '. KEATING WHEEL COMPANY
Lubec, Wood Co.,Y', VL, I .' ST. ; ,
,AUGUSTINE FLA. ,' '
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'Professional Cards Ormond Beach. PfcKSONAL._ -CHATS.- Fort 3.20. e

Hopkinoon Smith, the engineer .
K. Ro t In. Boils
IOBBINS[>sot GRAHAM WunaB.GILuUII.. Mr. and Mr*. J. S. Merrill\ of Syracuse, man of l'it'nCltraveler., artist and Sent to us by Express; |KMtofllce order or New York Exchange, we will

N. V., are among the recent arrivals at novelist and what not, is visiting in send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,

ATTORNEYS-AT-LA\7 Hotel Coquina. London. FOUR FULL QUARTS

and Wm. and William A. Eddy, the' kite flier, re-
Mr. Mm. L. Crow son
ICE Hocus:From 10 to 12 a. m., Old cently had n narrow from being
Sores
Running escape Of the Celebrated Seven Year-OM
of New York the late arrivalsat
and 2 to 4 p. m.TrrtTSVILLE are among; struck lightning while flying a kits

Brevard Co., Florida. Hotel Coquina. by a wire.

J>.BOX, 108.m Itching Scratching Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fritz, of Cincinnati Calhoun Pure Rye WhiskeyWe
practice In all the courts- ute and fed Dr. A C. Carr, the now bend) of the
on returning from Havana, are Illinois state board of health, is also

tai facilities for examining and perfect- pleasantly located at Hotel Coqulna.Mr. president of the Army and Navy Medical PLAIN rA'CKAOES, no marks to Indicate contents (which will amid all com
land titles. ment.1 When you get It sod test It, If It ,In not satisfactory, return It at Otlll EXPENSE and
Eczema and Mrs. Wrn. M. Drown and Mr. association.The your $:.1,20 will be 'llt't9rrully refunded. This Whl.k"y In a.in>od a*any $:\ m good In the market.
"Sohlattor" In We are clone at hand and can give you ql'ICKKIt' DELIVERY: than distant h..",",.. We have
L. GAULDEN L. Martin, Philadelphia, who are touring now Chicago nays torn doing business In till rltyanil at the name stand for over IS YKAUS: and M to our RKSfONSIIilLlTY -
he is the original of that name and AND RKI'UTATION for honest dealing, we refer you to any merchant here, or to
the the
state are registered at
the
editor of thllll'.ll4.'r.
e that he is really Rev. Dr. Charles Mo-
.ATTORNEY AT-LAW, Coqulna. SOLOMON A LEVI
Lean and a graduate physician. ; ,

|lll practice In all the Courts of the State Blood Poison Mrs. Chaa. Torry and Master Howard In Daniel Shaw of Kingsbnry, who 1028 A; HIO;! First Avenue,

orilla,and the United States Courts. Torry, of Reading, Mass, are pleasantly is 85 years old and looks but GO, the r. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA.

O.Box,238.Money to TITUSV1LLK Loan. FLA. ProdRclnw Thront.Nwnlien ptomst Palling located at Hotel Coquina, where they people of Indiana claim to have the NOTICKi_WepajrExprtMCharirMtoall! points reached by "SOUTHERN EXPRESS COM.

18 tloln"lIalr.Sor. i'ulltul. an, Oland.of the.Erup-skin, will spend the season. oldest J. P. in the United States. PAN," hut to points on Units of other Express Companion, we prepay only to points where
.". of Joints, Southern Express Company transfers to said other Express Company.
Hone Pains et cth.eUlcers. Rheumatism A pleasant party, consisting of Mr. Sir Wemyis Reid, who has just boon
GOLDSMITH, elected of the Institute ---
and: Mrs. Merrill, Mr. and Mrs Fritz, Mr. president English

Scrofula, and Mrs. Culler, Mr. Nichols and Mr. of Journalists, was formerly editorof You Save !
the Leeds Mercury and later of The can Money
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, J. D. Dunn,' chaperoned by the genial Speaker.Mr. .

jsvllle, Running Sore EyesAre hostess of the Coquina started from the Stead says that the news which -- .._ .- -. -- \
Florida. --
eared, hotel at 0:30 a. in. for a stroll along the most cheered Gladstone in his last illness --

beach to "No. Nine," or the beautiful was the report that his granddaughter -
BOTAXIO BLOOD BALM (D. B. B. By Sond.l.n.g: to; -
J. WEBB, The orange groves belonging; to Mr. Dacon. ,..a bright girl of 20, had decided
Great
Blood Remedy. The party was much pleased with the to become a missionary.Dr. .
e cs:.A s. ::0.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Th above named diseases are all due to diseased rare beauty of'tho grove. John S. Griffin, who died In Los PeOvOsrr.: ,

nil practice In the Courts of germs floating around In the blood. These Angeles, Cal.! recently, was a veteranof
the 7th germs make their appearance on the body at the Mexican of the first
cult. Taxes paid for non-residents point of least resistance. Lotions and salves That Throbbing Headache the war, one XaOTTTS, FLOB.JDA,
1 rents and accounts collected. may help temporarily, but to effect a cure the physicians to com'e to the Pacific coast
poison court be got out of the biood! ,and that Is Would quickly leave you, if you used and the founder of East Los Angeles/ FOR QUOTATIONS ON
usville, Florida. why It. H. B.-Botanic Blood Balm-cures. Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousandsof
m If. B.. literally drives the poison (which produces sufferers have proved their matchless Captain Silas Wright Terry the new

and body blood, leaving diseases the) out flesh of as the pnre blood as,a bones new merit for sick and nervous headaches' commander of the Iowa, was in chargeof

0. FRIES, C. E. born babe's and leaves no bad after efTects. It They make pure blood and strong nerves the transport Benefit in the Red Seeds Fertilizers & Crate Material.
Is this kind of a cure that counts. It cures to and build health. Easy to take. river and received the .
up your expedition highest
stay cured. .. .., .... .. .
COUNTY SURVEYOR. Scrofulous Try them. Only 25cts.; Money back if ,praise in Admiral Potter's dis
Poison of the Blood. not cured. Sold by F. S. Chaffee, drug .
and legally surveyed and sub-divided. Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) cure. all Sera gist. patches.The Dealer in Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods and Notions
fulous and other poisonous conditions of the Very Rev; Father Lefebvre, the y

ping neatly done. Estimates for ter blood of,how In either long sex standing or at any, how age! previously of life,no mat-mistreated superior of the Chapter of Oblate Fa- i I nrIf you need a Stove, write for prices.

I kinds of engineering works. Dis- how obstinate,how neglected, or how Miss Ida K. Dewey, cousin of the rear thers in Montreal, has been put at the -- '

acquired. admiral and hero of Manila, Is going on head of the entire order in this country T'
d 1 lines a specialty. Sores, Dolls, Tumors. Honor to Whom Honor la Da Gholco .
the stage. She is a Brooklyn girl, pretty and will make his headquarters in Lowell 1
Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.)cures all Sores Mrs. Jinks-As soon as Havana Is
C78VH.LK, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. Ulcerations,Eruptions, soils Tumors and other and vivacious. ,Mass. ass WlnosLiquors
fairly under the control of the United l
external evidences of blood taint.
Lieutenant Von Brusewitz, who was and Cigars, ;
States, our woman's rights society is
If Your Blood lias a Taint of e
Women's sentenced to only three years' Imprison.
for
complexions depend
_[EORGE w. ALLEN going to erect a monument there to ,Guaranteed Pure.
,
Specific Poisoning beauty upon Digestion. Dr. M. A. Sim- ment for the cowardly murder of an unarmed
Isabella. We bold that Americaowes
You should lose no time In having It out. Our mons LiverMedicine, regulates the stomach civilian at Carlsrnhe, has been Queen Sold at reduced
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW wonderful Botanic Blood Balm ((B. B. B)will do liver and and the its discovery to a woman; for hadit prices
kidneys secures
; pardoned and set free after two
years
this for yon speedily, thoroughly and finally. .
not been for Isabella, Col am bus would
West So long as the virus remains It will keep burrowing blessings of good digestion. by the kaiser. Import
Florida. into tissue, nerve and muscle;even into not have been furnished with ships and Wine .
Toknjr ,
ill the hones and you never know when or how General Renouard, the new chief of sailors.Mr. .
practice in the United States violently It will break forth. You may not think "Thirty days hath September," and His the French war office who was a from Italy.
cap
,
Winks-America
[State Courts. 9Jun95 much of a sore on the face,a pimply skin or an owes more to
ulcerating throat but either one of them may be hoped that it will not be as warm as tain in the Franco-German war, is 62 another woman than to Queen Isabella. John B. Togni
the outcrop of far more dangerous Internal con- the first old little with keen ,
Chronicle-
ditions. one. Fittsburg years a man a eye Mrs. Jinks-Indeed I What other '
|R. F. H. HOUOIITON, Should any one be afflicted with any stage of Telegrfpb. and exceedingly active for his ago. woman? Metropolitan Saloon, 12.1: East Bay St.,
Blood Poison, Scrofula, Scrofulous Swellings, De
Rheumatism, old Ulcers and Sores Tumors, It is not generally known that the Mr. Winks-Old Mrs. Columbus JACKSONVILLE!' FLORIDA.

DENTIST. Skin-piHenseB; Mercurial, Kidney Poison Troubles Tetter, Eczema Scaldbead Catarrh A I I riders member of the firm have boon New York
e broken down constitutions or any other disease Will often cause a horrible Burn SCIld,1Cut rough was a no Christopher.-- ,
caused by impure blood, It.B.B.-Botanic Blood of florists on Fifth avenue, near Twen Weekly.
tons, Florida. Balm-will cure you after every other known or Bruise. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, in New York The Largest and Most Complete .
remed.t ha failed. Can be taken with perfect the best in the world, will kill the pain ty-eighth street city, conducting Dll.takeMotive..
safety. It leaves no harmful results nor bad and promptly heal it. Cures old sores what is known as "The Ros ." Establishment South.
after effects. B. B. n.l Is the only quick and ,
ALP!! E. SMITH, M. D. manent Blood Purifter on earth. One bottle per-will fever sores, ulcers, boils, felons corns, 81'1.It
GEO. S. HACKER &
test It in any case. Druggists! sell B U. 11.at fl all :Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure on Charles Spinksof Newport, Ky., whois SON
per large bottle or send direct to us and we will earth. 23cts; box.
[PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ship to any point, all charges prepaid six large Only a Cure guar supposed {o have been accidentally
bottles on receipt of 5. Remeinl, B. 11. 11. anteed. Sold by F. S. Chaffee, druggist.In drowned recently, had an insurance of
Cialist in Genital Urinary an Rectal does not contain mineral
or vegetable poison.
Book FREE.BLOOD t1>>6OOO on his life. lie owned 72

Diseases. the Imperial library at Calcutta pieces of property in Newport, and was

Located at Placide Hotel, BALM CO, Atlanta, Ga. more than 100,000 volumes on Indian .one of the wealthiest citizens of north.

affairs are brought;: together and classi ern Kentucky.
SOXVILLE, FLORIDA.R. r ts
fied.
HORSES AND DRIVERS. r.

C. H. PEETE, EXCURSIONS OVER THE J., 4 t
Flat Hate Eicime. John Condon the widely known Chicago
T. & K. W. RY.
YE, EAR, NOSE 'and THROAT. Manager-The parachute man says turfman, bus gone totally blind.

he isn't going up in such an awful Roosevelt's horses cost the government

5G8 Cherry Street ANNUAL CONFERENCE M. E. CHURCH. downpour of rain as this, but the people about $05 per head, and the first e{

Macon, Ga.TM. Fernandina, Fla., Jan. 12-1G'w.. are all waiting. What excuse shallI 400 brought from $5 to $77. -t\o.'ta--\

Sell January llth and 12th, limited! to make? Previous to his*recent race with Joe MANUFACTURERS OF

McL. DANCY, D. D. L. January 17, 1899! for return. Proprietor-Oh, say that in consequence Patcbeu John R. Gentry had not ap The Codger Why do you hit ;your Sash Blinds
of the number of umbrellas going peared in a race for two years. little brother when ho's down? Doors ,

ANNUAL MEETING F. & A. )[. and SHRINE up there's no room for the balloon. The Kid 'Cause I'vo
aduate of Philadelphia College of Over $2,000,000 paSHed through the got a sore toe
& ( MaterIal.-
|eon, class 1872. Perfect operations Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 17-20, 1899. -Ally Sloper.A pool boxes at the recent race meetings an can't kick him I I-New York Journal Moulding Building

lised. Hazeltine Block Sell January 16th and 17th, limited to held at Butte and Anaconda, Mon.
corner Bay Prouder Record.NorahreadingIn More ISdncntlon Office A: Warorooms. King, opposite
[Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. January 21, 1800, for return Iron clad ( England, servants In the 2:25: class, at the Franklin Bacon I they can't Needed.accommodate Cannon Street.Charleston .
see
forms to be used from competitive are proud of growin in th' county fair races, Farmington, Me.,
i gray all the for admission
points. sarvice of wan family Dewey was the winner, Jesse James New York applicants public schools to the S. C.

MEETING WOMANS1 AUXILIARY P. E. Bridget-Huh I Thot's joost loiko second. Egbert Y tlJI. I'venotioed that in the
irginia Homesu thim Sassenach I What'd they t'ink o' At the Flemming tale Terre Haute, papers. Sash Weights,, Cord and

CHURCH. th' loikes o' me what's made more'u a Ind., where Indiana, 2:07: was pur- "Are there so many more children in

Daytona, Fla., Jan. 18.1999. hoondered misthresnes grow gray In th' chased, the price paid for the horse was tho world, do you suppose?" Hardware

Sell January 16th and 17th, limited to same toime?-Town ToninaMeekisonof 1875. This year he has won $5,275. "No. My idea is that people are try .
Window and GlassA
| learn all about Virginia Lands, January 20, 18O!) for return. Up to the time Direotnm Kelly was ing to get buck to school again to study Fancy

(resources, products, mode of cul- ANNUAL CONFERENCE C. )[. E. CHURCH. taken ill he had won over $11,000 and the now geography."Yonkers States SPECIALTY.

ration, prices.fetc.! by reading the Jacksonville Fla. Jan. 182.199.Sell was entered in other valuable stakes man.
jlrglnia Farmer. Send lOcts. for which he had been unable to start ':
:i
17th and 18th, limited to A Mleelnft Virtue."What's 60 YEARS'
January
The chestnut Maurena
3 months subscription to the OhioHas pacing mare ,

frmer Co., Emporla, Va.iTTON January 24, 1889, for return. Tickets 2:12jby Nutmout, that was injuredin the matter with my darling EXPERIENCE
limited to continuous passage In both the free for all at the MarshfieldWis. ? asked the fond mother as she

l directions. Been Benefited ( .) meeting, is once more In racing came upon her little one crashed In a
Greatly bye
form. heap in the middle of the floor and kick
D.: :ACKERLY
G.
Pe-ru-na. ing the air with
.DE her stockinged foot.
11E Genl. Passenger Agt. I The three starters In the 2:27 trot at
"Where's !her shoos?"
pretty new
Terre Haute ore all owned in Terre
COD rellllm.a D. MerkUon of Ohio writes "I wo-won't have 'oiu, ua-nas-nasty TRADE MARK
Haute. Axult is the property of Demas
lfJ4JdlBa the following letter to Dr. Hartiuuu. old things I No-Nettie's squeaks hire DatongCOPYRIGHTS
Schedule on F. C. J'Jackllonvl1leSavannah. Deming, Battleax is owned by John E.

rW 111IQJ Dr S. B. 1Iar man-, Columbus. O. Beggg; and Manzanillo is owned by ev-ev'ryflug bblLit.Detroit and iniuo don't squeak a Anyone lending-w w ketch and description AC.may
Flue Press.
I quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
DEAn Bin 1 have used several bottles Allyn Thomas.At .
4 M.1JlJlt1J : :- Invention U probably petentab a f'ommunlrn.:

Effective with change, of schecule December of 1'e-ru-na and feel greatly benefited the recent races of the Golden .tlon..trlotlyoonfdentlal.llattdbookonPatenle.entfres.Oldest airenoy for semiring ., .
1Vtb. Traits for Savannah leave thereby. 1 have been afflicted Gate Park Driving association, San ('rl tlc-al. Patents taken tbrongb Muun Co. receive,

(FT SEINE TWINES.PERFECT Jacksonville 8:00: a. m., and 7:00: p. m., Francisco, a starter named Lazy Charley "That musical young man's voice is 'pee ai"notlc, without ebarie, In the

STURGEON TWINE, arriving Savannah 12:00: Returning noon and, trainn 11:25p. hitched to an old high wheel Bulky, remarkable for its volume, ihn't it?" remarked Scientific Jlm rICa".

m., respectively. 4:10 led his field of eight to the head of the Mrs. BlykiuM. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest elr.
ABLE CORDS AND MACRAMC.: leave Savannah 5:00: a. m. and : p. m., home stretch in heat Volume, echoed her husband. relation of any inlentlde Juarnalj Terms f 1 a.
Jacksonville 9:00:( a. in. and 9:25p every e.rt i four montbet. newsdealers.ients.

MORY JOHNSON, ow." s IK*.. *_ arriving. m. Pullman drawlngroom sleeping Robert Goelet, Jr., New York, became "When bo: gets to telling you"what he mc.oMe B : York,

MOODUS, CONN. cars and iirst-class thoroughfare coacheson dissatisfied with the manner in knows, it's a whole library. -Wainiugton lIraD t BL Wa.hln lon, ;

all trains. which his horses had been ridden in the Star

running races at the Taunton (Mass.) The Upper Crnnt. Palmetto Drug Store, Daytona.

fair meeting, and the millionaire mounted -,
"This earth, I am informed, laid the
llo lou Illume Them one and piloted him to victory the anarchistic! boarder, "is but a mere Drugs, medicines, chemicals, fine toilet

ERRYSSEEDS; May-They Buy the Spanish girls are other day.-Horseman. crust surrounding a molten mass." soap, brushes, combs, perfumery and

most crazy. "And still yon maintain," said the fancy toilet articles In great variety.
What for M. HUSTOH ;
Carrie- DON'TS.Don't propr
cheerful idiot, "that the upper crust is _
the soldiers hli
May-Because Spanish useless institution."
a Indianapolis
are coming home without their arms.- \ forget to keep an eye on the Journal. llegllinhlg the Your

_ were famous years ag -their fame ] Up to Date... --.-.. man who flatters you. With pure, rich, healthy blood, which
1 grow(mart; to every be relied yearsa aaalwayaj the aeeda I III* ide* of It. II 'I/f Don't forget that an honest man Artful Mln*. may bo had by taking Hood's Uarsaparlllu : -

) rise beet for eale by leading( ] Mrs. Henry Peck-Always rememberthat lion. D. MEEKISOIT. never has to proclaim the fact "You told me it wan too hot to go on you will not need to tear attacks of t
i deali-ra tlve crnu the river today and yoa'vo been out bronchitis colds
rverywbere.y yet pneumonia, fovers, or
per jIA worth It I am your better half. with catarrh of the head and feel en Don't think honesty would be such a
Initat on baring them. Kun all the afternoon with Tommy Bowler. the gilp. A few bottles of this great
no rlak: -buy Ferrr'a. Henry Peck (sadly-And) yon are one couraged to believe that continued valuable trait if it waan' so scarce. "Yes, bat Mr. ,Bowler's snob a cool tonic and blood purifier, taken now, will

"181ie-i M.Heed rEKK Annual* l>.&... .. AU.Ia.TED8EVERAL half lives. New York Truth. disease of thirty years' standing. feelIng
the other check and many of them are forgeries.Don't hea&. "-Ally Sloper.:? humor, boils, eruptions, that tired -
Yours sincerely, and serious illness, to which a weak
think it's what a man has that
The Only Ilemeom. IX MEEKISON.The and debilitated system especially liable

lIe-I saw a cyclist today who actually continued receipt of endorsements makes him contented-it's what btr M.law Copper Mines. in early spring. Hood's Sarsaparllla

TRUSTWORTIIY Per- I didn't; talk bicycle. like this for Dr. Uartman's doesn't want. Maine is again to enter the list of eradicates from the blood all scrofula

(main this lUte to manage our business 81 e-He was a wonder. great catarrh remedy its value Don't mention your misery because copper mining states. The deposits, taints tones and strengthens the stomach .
rown and nearby counties. It U mainly lie-No; deaf and dumb.-Philadelphia prove of iU so called ability to comfort themisery which are pWDtJJOU.Iaud valuable, were cure dyspepsia, rheumatism, catarrh .
ork done at bone. Salary straight 1900 beyond question. Men of prominence of others.Don't and every ailment caused or promoted
and expenses-deflnltetanaflde, no more., Press. everywhere are recognizing the merit of worked more than 25 years ago, but a by impure; or depleted blood.
1..larIonthlr $75. Reference En.lfaJdreii Pe-ru-na tnikk: because a cat look. the sadden decline in the prioe of copper
sed stamped envelope, Herbert To Do 8aro. andarewlllmgto give expression
I,treat., Dept.M.Cbwro.d Charles Why will yon girls lace lOPBlanobeU' to their judgment because a certain, picture of innocence that it's wise to made them unprofitable. Improved and The honeymoon lasts with a couple along

only a matter of form I abaolute.cv1'8 for catarrh is a publlo leave it alone with the canaryChiango cheapened method of production is the:* as they can sit alone together and
the ADVOCATE an order for any News. cause of stuaptioa of work.
Judy. good. All dmjrfi t sell Fe-ru-na not look bored,-Atcbison Globe
luting you aeed.]
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 20, 1899.
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S' -f HDIIH. RIVER ADVOCATE. 4AWBICLT ?fANr of those who have gone Rockledge.. years ficiating.!, she Although has been an an Invalid active for church many Indian River Real EstateTITUSVILLE 4gon

hunting for gold In the Klondike I worker and was especially interested In '
are anxious to return home, to Hotel Indian River and Hotel Plazaare benevolent matters, and was a person
JOU.!tlL DtVOTBD TO Tea D1VBLOrMBNT who will be greatly missed from the
sit the warm fireside or doing quite a good busmen
OF Tee' 1KDIAH RIVER, LAXB again by community. FLA.YOU
WORTH AKD BIRCATVB RAT crIOlfl. bask in Florida's' sunshine, where Tourists going north or south, should .
they can tell of their adventures. not fall to stop off at beautiful, Rock.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY It looks to us as if the Klondike ledge. Daytona.
would do well If have property to sell and want It advertised
and it into the river you I fa
bubble had about exploded Trains are now running out calling for a' caucus
CMIBLM It. WALTOX Editor & rroprletor. is fortunate for hundreds of ad depot, and tourists Are arriving In good. to Notices select are candidates for town officers, paper, free of cost to you, and put In the bands of live men, to write at one,!

venturous young men of Floridaand ly numbers. the election being held on the 8th pros. this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public

j' Discontinuance of KlrU. matt be made personally other states that it has. A In consequence of the piano being out Commodore Russell has put his yacht By Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency. \yj-,
I at tile office or by writing. residents of ord the anticipated ball at the commission, and willsoon
couple of West Palm,Beach's did the Eleanor, Into
found it out ere too late. Plaza not materialize. be entertaining his friends on the yours.PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to >$10.09,
Address all communication to We are pleased to learn the Kevins water. ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS $2.00 to $20.00( per acre.
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, week and McLaughlin parties have arrived at Rev. Jno. F. Goucber, D. D., of the Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of ]
TITVIVILLE, FLORIDA. I COURT in Titusville has Merrlttfrom Brooklyn. Baltimore Female College, Is to preachat Gallic; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price, $1,000.
brought many -of our down.river James A. Hall, of Yale Col'ege, stop the M. E. church on Sunday. Dr. ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 miles south of Titusville. Will pay $1,000

Cbeck,etc.,mr be made l payable to CHARLES orange growers to town ; and, in ping at New Rockledge hotel, caught an Ooucher is a guest of Jas N. Gamble. year and $2,000 next. Price, 7000. to $25
I HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titusville, from $5 per acre.
8-lb bass .
H. WALTOIC,publisher and proprietorU. conversation with them, we found on Wednesday.J. The first church supper of the season One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2} miles west of Titusville, good
these orange growers more enthusiastic O. Walton, of the ADVOCATE, Tltusvllle will be given at the'opera house on pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $550.00.Grain .
S. Department of Agriculture than ever over the money I was a guest of the popular NewItockledge Thursday evening Jan. 20th, by the
hotel this ladles. 01 the Congregational church.
week.
a day or so
f'l Weather IJure Jupiter, Fla.. to be made from that industry.
The 'several cold we have Numbers of tourists are arriving dally 1- Strangers are getting so thick on our
snaps EJS ::e. :so-o-es:
::
of :T.: A
had this winter have done and express themselves as delightedwith : streets that It comes as a sort surprise v ,
The following is a comparative statement very the splendid oranges, climate and when you meet an old timer, and
of temperature and rainfall for the little damage to the trees, as far as other attractions which Rockledge pos the sensation is rather pleasant, too.

week ending Tuesday, Jan. 17, IfJ.!! the ADVOCATE, can learn ; but they ,sesses. Rev. W. C. Barnes and Leon Peek, of Hay Feed Flour Grits Meal ail
1808-0! -1807-8-
.. MIN. MAX. MIN. have, however, checked the flow of There are thirty-six guests at :New Melbourne; and Rev. R. B. Templetonand ,
DATE. MAX. sap, which has kept the trees dor- Rockledge hotel. The young peoplehad Harry Baker and Thos. Moore, of
11 75 CO 74 03: .
: 12 77 68 '74 67 mant. It has also stopped their an entertainment there last evening, New Smyrna, took their degrees at the Cotton Seed Meal New Garden Seed arriving F fo
IS 78 OR ,74 67 growth, and when another cold consisting of dancing, cakewalking, meeting of the Royal Arch chapter on
'J 14 78 70 '74 63 etc. Refreshment were served after the Thursday.Jno. .
snap comes along the orange trees entertainment.Cbas. all the time
07 74 07 of the
15/ 77
will be better prepared to stand it W. Chapman, president
16 78 09 72 01 B. Cooke, of St. Louis, Mo., and palmetto fibre factory at Jacksonville,
17 80 03 71 I 69! than they were at the'commence.. Geo. C. Jerome, of Chicago, went hunting wishes to locate a. factory here. The Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to mil
ment of the winter. has been offered him, and beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write. for quotau; ,
Total rainfall for the week: 1.03Inchee over to Lake Winder and bagged: 41 Clements mill .
Departure from normal rainfall for the quail, one 15-lb tnrkey and one 7i-ft there are some additions to be made before Lowest cash prices.
'} week: minus 0.23 Inches. Departure has been alligator. The young men got drenchedin it will be ready for use. Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FL1
$It from normal rainfall since January 1, THE war investigation that heavy rain, but considering the .
Wednesday evening,
;; minus 0.58 Inches. rather interesting of late; but we good luck they had, they were well there Commencing will be a meeting on of the Woman's
J. W. CRONE Observer. do not think the remarks of Gen'IChas. satisfied Auxiliary at St. Mary's church. Dele

{t P.: Egan- has a tendency to Miss Emily Johnson died 'on Thurs gates will be here from all parts of the CHAS. N. WELSHANS,
do good or improve the morals of day evening at the home of her sister, state. Right Rev. W. C. Gray, bishop
MRS. GEO. M. PULLMAN, of Chicago the service. The General used Mrs. C. W. Ilarrlson, where she has of the missionary diocese of southern
'a, a Is evidently in luck, for she lived for several years. The funeral Florida, is to be present, and will be the
languagewhen
very unparliamentary held from the of.Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Blodgett, of
was yesterday morning. guest CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTI
secured order from the
4.i recently an he called General Miles a Episcopal church, Rev. Mr. Johnson of Ridgewood avenue. ,
court whereby she is to receives liar, and I intimated that he did not '
:
( $9,000 a mon h.( We hope the poor care who knew that those were hllImpressions. # HAIR AND LATH.; #*

,, woman" will not starve on the above Language' of this Old Saws ?

6,.' mall ( ?, )|_.__allowance._ kind should be strongly tabooed, State Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils.
B || r ll.II---L.J.l | what
//rvF IN ONE of the counties of Wisconsin no matter stirred up among petty command Jealousieswere No I New Insurance Gas, and Quick Meal Oil STOVES I Old 'Phone 8. }jet 13 Hogan Sir

a candidate for county ing officers of the late war with JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
treasurer tried to bribe the whole Spain ; and we are under the impression They give Satisfaction.. Iron Beds and Cribs, -

constituency by pledging himself, that General Eagan shouldbe

,?;, if elected, to return to the public censured by the "powers that Furniture Porcelain Chamber Sets.

purse, yearly, $200 of his salary. be" for his untimely utterances. .HAMMOND PACKING CO.J

The attempt failed, for it is stated Since the above was in type, President write The FURNITURE STORE .

the candidate, who would bribe McKinley says; he. has de ,

,i the people, received only three tided to order a court-martial to --,' TITUSVILLE FLA (Formerly The- G.- H. Hammond Co.)
votes. So much for bribery. _, try Commissary-General Eagan: for ,
the abusive and violent languagehe OUR SPECIALTIES :

THE internal 'revenue collections had used respecting(; Major. The Belvedere. Opposite 8toffice- "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacc
Ikl for the latter three months of 1898, General Miles, while on the witness .
"4 under the operations of the wart stand before the war investigating "Coin Special" canned meats.

tax, shows a net increase of $2t,. commission last Thursday.IN Imported and Domestic "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.
196,820 over the collections for the
corresponding three months of last have "Calumet" leaf lard. .
Liverpool, England, they WINES and CIGARS.
year. The increase is equivalentto commenced giving concerts in the LIQUORS Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .
about 65 cent. Illinois still
per I courtyards of the worst quartersof
leads all other states in the amount the city. If the dregs of creation Wine Rooms gentlemen/ only: Merchants Lunch Room, 12 to 2:30: p. m. compound lard, sausagesand

t of internal revenue collections., cannot be lifted out of the 25cts. Steaks, chops, game and oysters, in season served after 12 noon. all Packing House Products.

gutters, the means of brighteningand H. W. METCALF, FLORIDA BRANCH : Jacksonville FJ 1
SENATOR PASCO bas introduced a cheering them must be takento Jacksonville, Fla. .. ,

+ bill in the senate to amend the act them. It is to the credit of 1 nr- Write us for quotations, and you will be pleased.WATCHES.
entitled "an act,to amend the stat humanity that musicians have vol. ,
utes in relation to immediate transportation unteered, and the people for whom

i of dutiable goods, and the concerts are given have cleanedup T HE' MAPES' Season 1898-99. 21JEWElEV, GLOCISl
;' for other purposes," approved June and decorated the courts. Now, ,
" 10 1880, the who will the ,
by extending privileges deny efficacy of divine They have been the Standard -
,, t+ of the first section thereof to music ? So far it it only an Jewelry DiamoiS
i Fertilizers for 20 ,
the of Miami
Thee
sub-port Fla. experiment, but Liverpool's example ,
bill wag before the senate commit. will be imitated Englandover years (in Florida.My .
Souvenirs Wedding Rings and Pit
tee oncommerce this week. Sena if the excellent effects of MANURES. NIM ,
j tor Pasco wants this privilege extended these concerts continue as they SI

to Miami. have begun. In addition to the i m WATCH and JEWELRY EEP1II

above, penny smoking concerts are i. &ILVERWME

THE United States military forces given( in many big cities. At these A SPECIALTY,

' in Cuba now number 32,458 en. you pay an entrance fee of two Fertilizers Are, as good as Mapes. ti' ;' Spectacles and Eyeglasses.# Charges paid onejway. R. J. RILES, I

A listed men and 1,456 olllcers. The cents, which includes} a seat. You 225 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE F|
t's island is divided into seven distinct can smoke and listen to some good They all qUOte MapeS As the Standard of Excellence. s

military departments, each talent for this email sum. No intoxicating The MapeS put the money in the pockets of the ,:growers.
d' ; under the command of an army drinks are allowed on
A FAMILY JAUNT
olllcer, independent of the others, the premises. Vegetables, Strawberries, Orange# and other Fruit Trees. debI oa v'r1.U
, ii but all subordinate to Major- I.. .I, ,. .. In one of our canopy top phaetons or >
General Brooke, who has been Pineapples, Bananas Tobacco, etc. I iw ; rays can be enjoyed for any length of t
Courtenay. without weariness. You can got uf
made military governor' of the What yOU Want Are Results, Results, Results, Results. I' have b'een solid comfort in one than in any other
whole island. In Havana we have Plenty of rain Monday and Tuesday. the Mapcs Agent in Florida over Twenty Years. r.= hide on the market. For the horsed
16,914 soldiers up to date. ,. II that loves speed, a runabout or as light]
F Supt. Jno. II. Sams is spending,a few I have SOld t can bo constructed, well-made and stnj
days in Tltusville.x Millions of Dollars worth of their goods to Thousands! of he will find here at bedrock prices
THE FLORIDA FRATERNAL RECORD i Our truckers are busy planting their Consumers all over the State. Of all these thousands not one single consumer .
is the name of a secret society spring crop of snap beaus. has found fault with the Quality of these Goods:: a 7 P. E. McMURRAY & BAKER,

Journal, published monthly by Editor T. S. Sunders, of Indlanola, was visit. The bestyields. The best keeping qualities. Main & Church Sts.,
J. W. White, of Jacksonville. ing here Sunday.S. JACKSONVILLE, F
It is The most reliable in drouths.
a very neatly gotten.up publication J. W. Scott and F. P. Harper killed I
and is 'full of interesting two tine deer last week. Always the best prices in all the markets.Read ..m.MD.at .w .... .n,. State Agents for Sterling Bicycles.

reading matter of use to Masons, C. T. Harper was a passenger to Titusylllo .
Odd Fellows, Knights of Pythias Monday. the following It covers all these points : .

and other orders. Those who have M. S. Sams and J. D. Sams are spend. "OKANGK PARK, FLA., August 27th 1898.
not yet subscribed for this lug a few days in Jacksonville *! CHESEBRO BROTHERS
newsy this, week. "MR. J. R. TYSEN, Agent Mapes Co., Jacksonville, Fla: *
publication, should certainly do so C. It. Gaillard, of the I. 11. &. B. 11. I. "Dear Slr-I have been raising/ vegetables for the Jacksonville market
at their earliest convenience. Uro. N. Co., was in town awhile last Friday. years with indifferent success. You have often tried to induce me to many
use
White will give them good value I tapes Manures, but I could never bring myself to It, as I always thought$ they WHOLESALE _
s for their money. Georgiana. cost too much. This year I concluded to use them, and it has been a lesson to
me. I had most excellent crops, notwithstanding the drouth, and my stuff COMMISSON
has always sold at once at the highest market price. I was especially fortun FISH DEALEIDNo. |
THERE are cleanly-disposed) per. Miss Lyman, a daughter: of Frank ate on watermelons. My crop was all large and choice. Customers were waiting .
sons in every town, but there is one W.Lyman Lyman.Mr. Is .visiting her grandfather, F. for me every trip to the city, and I realized more than twice the prices my
in Philadelphia who does his best neighbors did, and always sold my boatload at once. I got twelve to eighteen 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New York.
Anthony and hired cents for mine when the slip was full of boatloads
them
a man arrived offering at from five to
to keep the streets clean. He here Saturday and are very busy improving ten cents, and I am sure shall profit hereafter by my experience this year. ,I SPECIALTIES::-Spanish Mackerel, Sheephead, Pompano, Bluefish,
it Ik) walks his had
to place of business ev his valuable splendid success, also, with Irish potatoes.
property at this Snappers, Kingfish, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks.
ery morning, rain or shine In his place.A. t "Very Truly Yours, J. L. MOORE."

walk he carries a cane, and from D. Carter and A. L. limner went timrE,Write' to me for Pamphlets with full particulars, price, analysis, and tes- Stencils promptly supplied. References furnished If desired.
force of habit the stick is kept con. up on the St. Augustine/ Monday, to attend that will you. A full stock always. on hand.
stantly court at Titusville, having been CLARENCE n. MILLER.
busy
knocking and pushing summoned J'. It.WILLIAM TYSEJ.\T, .A.gOn.'t: MILLER LONGUOW
t into the as jurors. Established 1841.
gutter of
scraps
paper, or.
I ange peel, banana skins, cigar Mrs. Taylor bought the lot formerly J'Alol3csonvill: F1a..
stumps and other owned by F, A. White last week. Mrs. S. B.
any unsightly Taylor Is a valuable addition to any community MILLER & CO.
substance he
can see. So persist. and her many friends here are
ently has the man performed this all glad to have her locate permanently CLARKE Sanitary Plumber ,
duty that he has attracted the at- among them. .... WHOLESALE_

j. tension of every policeman along F, A. White and sou, Theo, from Day. Fine Gas Fixtures Plumber and Gas Fitter COMMISSION
+ Chestnut street, who now refer to tona, were visiting their relatives here Roofing, Sheet FISH DEALERS,

him that we as had"Old Sanitary." Would several mother: accompanied days last week.,them Mr home White's for a Iron work, pumps and drain pipe bath tubs water clos No. 7 Fulton Fish ,Market, New York.
a few such men in week's visit It Is the first time in .
<, itusville to pick up the old papers twelve years that the has been away ets and Wash Stands Copper Yessels of all Special attention given to the sale of Pompano, Spanish
I that from this Immediate descriptions re tliined.
are allowed to blow around vicinity, and It is Mackerel, Blue Fish, etc
,
f hoped that she will enjoy her visit REFERENCES
I our streets., very 37 Forsyth St. :-FuJton and Market
National
much. near Laura St., Bank,u any Wholesaler Fish
JACKSONVILLE In the United States.
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1 1I I j been llonlco tinder, but,the M direction he went to of the Signor Poinciana Mlgj -
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on Saturday, acts, Madam as leader.Armellnl, the accompanist .) .F E R T I LIZ E R S. .


If (
gloomy and nervous, and looking on
the dark side of things, take a few doses
of Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine,

taking Powder and the gloom will disappear.- SPECIAL, PRICES !'m


St., Augustine.
TO.Pin.eapple -
Made from pure :

cream of tartar. Dr. Chas. Falker, of Akron, O. has N : P1

been Boyce the this guest week. of Mr. andMrs. E. E. : : G <@ GrO\ATers..

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feguards the food Mrs. Lockwood has been ill at her r.l
home on St. .A.11 xouand For'tUl.zor.: : '
George street, with an at-
against alum. tack of la grippe, this week. Price $25.0O. Jry Before buying thcvfollowlng Materials be sure and apply to fLIGUARANTEED

Visitors to St. Augustine should read rlH ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money.

i bating powders are the greatest the will then 7th page know of where the ADVOCATE. They Molntnre\ .................................... .............................. ...... Stole STEAMED HONE RAW BONE
cnacers to health of the present day..ov.t to stop. rlH Ammonia ......................... .... ................... B to < ,
Mrs. Equal to8ulphaeotAmmon la.................. ............................... 80 to 29 BLOOD AND
Edgar, and Dan and LeRoy Edgar Available Pbosphorlo Acid.. ...?...... .............,.................,..,.,...... B to 6 BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE, '
MKIMO POWOlHtlOL,NIW VMK. have arrived here, and are.again Kqual to IwneI'bOlpbateof Lime.............................................. II to 13rotaMK2O .
occupying their winter residence on the ....................... .........'.................................... Sto 6K DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA,
the front. < PotMh.................... ...............,,,..,,....... 9 to 10 SULPHATE
bay ![agneelaLFmeSoda, eto.... ......*.i......................................,. M to 60OT" OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS, E-I

Key West. Dr. A. Anderson one of the most genial [ Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,
physicians has returned
from a trip
COTTON SEED HULL ASHES
KA1NIT
down the East Coast. lIe is an enthusiastic J53T- Special Mixtures compounded :with machinery at very low AND POTASHES. 0
golfer.
,
L. Bates Is at home again after a H ': prices.'
|)iness trip to Havana. Mrs. F. R. Remlinger left, on Monday

Roberts and F. O. O'Brien have re. spending morning, a for few Miami days, ere where leaving she Intended for Nas- Please Correspond with us before being inducod to buy from Dealers. Send for

ped from a pleasure trip to Havana. sau. Frank now looks a little lonesome. hi Pamphlet. Jli :

omatoes are arriving from the keys Hotel Ponce de Leon threw its

large numbers, for shipment to the doors to the traveling public, on Wednes-open LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
|ous markets north. day, and Manager Robert Murray is III :

the "Pink Paper of the East Coast" isM again on hand, ready to welcome his

with much interest by many rests !- many guests. J'ackoox.-ri11o., Flor1d.a.: ; t

| of our lively Island City. The first concert by the Ponce de Leon

apt. R. G. Ross of Jacksonville, now band took place, Wednesday afternoonat !

over 100 men employed in digging three o'clock on the loggia, and the Melbourne. Roseland.J. Eau Gallic. I hurst, Mrs R. W. Goode and Miss Jessie 1
second concert took place the I a
at Boca Chica for the northwest same eve- Goode were among our pleasant visitors J
les. ning at eight o'clock. from Melbourne this week. '

nder the old and new license laws Orange Howes Is supplying visitors GOODS & OOODE.R*al Estate and Loan. G. Howe, of St. Augustine, has Mr. Harrison Is busy painting his cot. '
i will raise nice little and others with fine lunches. We note A ntforAtna, London and Liverpool and been repairing the railroad pump at this tages. The three-rang schooner Bristol wan
city quite a sum
,
launched
CHobe and Imperial Fire Insurance. Special from Gleason's list
persons who have hitherto been he has an ad. on the front page of the attention paid to the Interest of nonresidents place. Mrs. Wm. II. McIntyre Is visiting at Thursday and will noon be ways for her
ready
sting the payment of their tax. ADVOCATE, which is just the right place I :Mr. and Mrs. Foster, of Orchid, came Daytona: this week. voyage to her new field of usefulness

for it. Nothing like advertising in the up In a sailboat Tuesday, for a visit to Oeo. Haslehurst Is ad- the Rio Grande river Texas. She U "I'
fotel Key West is now doing a rush- popular and pink I building an ,
business under the management of newsy paper. WHEN YOU GO TO MELBOURNE call at the Mr. and Mrs. D. Cain.' dition to Mrs. Barbour's cottage.Dr. equipped with Globe engines, and can
utler Smith, of whom the ADVOCATE The First National Bank of St. Augus- Bazaar, Mrs. Chas J. F. Campbell A Co., Millinery \ The houseboat Caiman left Tuesday use either steam or sail. Riggers and
Goods, Ladles' ready. Tomllnson
Notions Dry West Palm Beach'lpopular
spoken 80'highly on several occa- tine availed itself of the new year's holidays made and woven Underwear, Ferris' Renown. morning for St. Lucie. Owing to low dentist is established here CHiilkers are now at work and when
ns. to make some needed improvements. ed Corsets etc.,embroidery and colored silks, water she was aground at the mouth of for a completed for service she wlit{ bo a credit
ADVOCATE readers may not be aware souvenir spoons, Stationery,etc. the Sebastian river for some time. few days. to her builders and to her owner. j
the steamer Mascotte brought sixty- that this bank Is recognized as one of Owing to the illness of Archdeacon
|r passengers from Havana on Satur- the soundest financial Institutions the P. Deyo, of New York, who is spend>( Brown no service was held at St. John's
i night, thirty-five of whom were citis East Coast Its president, John T. Dis- HOTEL RIVERSIDE MELBOURNE FLA.,. .' ing the winter In Florida was called church last Sunday.
Riverhomelike
Indian accommodations
| and twenty-nine aliens. Forty-three mukes, is conservative and of sound overlooking and boar. Rates $1.60 per' north on business. IIo spent a day hereon Waveland.
alned here and the others went over judgment, while at the same time alertto day or(6.00 to food per week, according to his way, leavlug his family at Palm Miss Susie Carter, of Melbourne, was .
'ampa. seize location of room. Special rates to River Beach the guest of Mrs. Geo. F. Paddison several -
an opportunity. Mr. J, E. In- people CHAS.T. McllRIUE, .
ast Wednesday !Ir. and Mrs. W. D.Bh graham, Mr. II. M. Flagler's general Proprietor. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hoyt and party, days last week. E. I,. Jones Is expected this wool
entertained their friends quite a agent, is on the directory; as also Mr. who are touring on Indian River, were Members of St. John's church are with relatives from Chicago.J .
1 bet of whom enjoyed a game of pro- Josiah James, a capitalist of exceptional guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Moore, atErclldoune busily rehearsing for an entertainmentto 1
The convocation will meet at this Olds Is shipping some extra fino
capacity and experience. The cashier off
new ,
and left come shortly.
sive whist. The game was a spirit for a few days
Mr. Qeorge D. Monroe who has for place on Tuesday, Jan. 24th, and will oranges from his grove hero
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tone, at at its conclusion it was found last three I Wednesday morning, in their flue naphtha Major Peabody, of the TimesUnionand
the last nine been cashier of the days.
t Miss Lucille Patterson had won the years launch for Palm Beach accompanied -
Citizen, was In town Tuesday in Mr. Tyndall and family are about to
It prize a pin-tray; Mrs. Kirby the Quincy State Bank while not as well Miss Jessie Goo by prize; while Messrs. S. C. Bott known on the East Coast, is well knownin last Tuesday to have some dental work Mr. Moore's parents. comfortable boat. ,
I C. Harper and J. D. Tucker tied for West Florida.Do done by Dr. Thomason, of Palm Beach The steamer Kathleen brought the

j gentleman's first prize. Walter of Indlanola, county lighter from Sebastian river Monday These are very busy times everyone
you want to buy or sell propertyon stopped Capt. here last Sweeney Tuesday, morning on Lotus. to go on Hodgson's ways for re ha plenty to do and nearly everyone
.. pairs
U hiring extra help on their gardens.
Indian RivetIf you do, write the his way down to Miami. He had a

([paper As on an the advertising East Coast medium can beat, the no Indian River Real Estate Agency, Titus- pleasure party on board his launch for II. J. Allen called at S. A. Osteen's Two/ handsome new wheels In town, String, beans are being shipped In conIIlderable
ville, Fla. See page 4. that point. Capt. Mcintyre and Porson Paddison being -
Sunday. quantities now. The steamboats -
IDVOCATK.: five us a trial advt., the
happy of tho latest
nd be convinced of the pink paper' The schooner Queen loft here this Miss May Block spent Monday visitingMrs. models. possessors are giving excellent service and
[worth. Tibbals.Rev. morning on one of her usual trips to the Osteen. deserve to get most of the shipments.
Bahamas. Frank Powell has gone on O. H. Dorsett left here last Sunday,
Miss Jane E. Coatsworth spent Wed for Jack onvlllo The weather Is unusually warm, and
her this trip, and be will be missed very to attend the convocation
Miami. Sawyer and wife spent Mondayat much in our social circle. nesday, shopping in Cocoa.L. of the Mastmlo Grand Lodge, of finite showery-more like April than
January. If such weather continues
Eden, as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.C. Editor E. D. Oslin and family left here E. Provost arrived In town Friday which he is Grand Tyler the pineapple crop should be a large one

A. Robinson.Mrs. last Tuesday for North Carolina, where last, from Brunswick, Ga. Geo. Haslehurst, 'Mrs and Miss Hasle- and very early.

arry Tuttle Is about to. add a lawn E. B. Veronee and Mrs. E. J. they expect to make their home for Miss Cora Brown, of Tltusville, called
Inls court to Fort Dallas. Luce spent Monday at Eden, as the some time. A largo number of friends on Mrs. J. N. Chalker Sunday afternoon.

Barnes Williams, in the employ of Con. guests of Mrs. J. H. LeTournau.Mrs. were at the depot to bid them good-byo
The Lotus Whilst Club met at C. D. ,
and good luck during their sojourn there.
ctor J. A. McDonald has to Nas- Insecticides and Powder Guns.
gono Geo. Saunders and two sons, of Provost's last Wednesday evening.Mrs. .
N. P.eorge. Fort Pierce, are spending a few days this Among the late guests at Hotel IUYerside .
H. Penniman a wellknownw week with her sister, Mrs. John Miller. wo noticed G. W. Lockaid Jack- Thos. Green and Miss May Block
sonville; Paul Caraway, Jacksonville; spent Friday, visiting friends In Rock- ,
the Palm
| Yorker is again at Royal
the winter.' W. F. Richards and family, of Pine P. Brown Titusville; II. P. Bowden ledge.J. Road the following from Mr. Brown, so well known on the East Coast i
Lodge; and Capt. Geo. Andrews and Tampa;\]). S. Hide, St. Louis Mo.; W.
of
D. Almond Rockledge, came "IlYi-oLuxo, FLA. Nov. 18, 1808.
vitrified In the circle drivey wife, left Monday for a cruise on Indian
pavement 1 F. Nook, Savannah, Ga.; W. J. Wofford, down to look after his flue orange grove "MR. C. R. TYSEN,
in front.of the Royal Palm, is being and St Lucie Rivers on board Mr. An- North Carolina.,
d I by F. W. Townley, of St. Augustine. drews' elegant launch, Lady May. Saturday "JACKSONVILLE, FLA ,' J
C. B. Gifford and Mr Bowden of England visited our The Misses Coatsworth and Doggett.of "Dear Sir: -I have bed using tho Laurel Groon I got from you this seasonon
Mr. and Mrs. R. Henderson Cam- Mr. and Mrs. Ala down son, town some time ago, and after travelingboth Buffalo, N. Y., are pleasantly locatedIn three acres of beans and never saw anything to equal It. There Is not a wormto
ltce: Mass., have again taken up their of Birmingham their, are cruising launch on the East and West Coasts of the Capron cottago for the winter. bo seen. Put on with a powder gun. I find land plaster Is not required. It Is
de at the Royal Palm where they Indian River, in elegant Florida has decided to make Melbournehis well "
tomatoes J. BROWN
ent the previous two winters. Mr. and spent several days here with their Florida home and has just bought Mr. and Mrs. Osteen and Mrs. W. D la- acting/ on and eggplants.
nderson is one of the largest carriage many friends, and also looking,: after their the McBtlde grove and cottage on the bee wore passengers ou the steamer St. Write to mo (Chan. 11. Tyson, .Jacksonville) for, painphlctH and

Ides in the United States. elegant pineapple plantation. Mr. Gifford south side of Crane creek. We welcomehim Augustine, to Titusville and return, on quotations.
Is master-mechanic of the L. & N. here. Saturday, < -
The opening of the Royal Palm, with .
largest numLer of guests ever pre- Railway. Last Tuesday a large,: number of friends Mr. Hatwelf and family and :Mr. und M.
tat the opening the increased nuro Harry W. Richards has recently'fenceda gathered at Hotel Bellovuo by invitationof Mrs. Blakesley and Mrs. Chattleld, of WXSOKER
of guests at Hotel Biscayne, Hotel garden spot one hundred feet square, Mr. and Mrs L. D. Lockwood. The Rockledge, wore seen on our streets Sat
and and Hotel Conolly is evidencet and is very artistically arranged: inside. evening was pleasantly spent in cards, urday.L. MANUFACTURER OF -
the present winter ou Biscayne Bay He has a large collection of flowers and dancing and a good social time. Dainty
B. Dawson, of the Narrows, spent
well all kinds of
Jl I be a gay one. ornamental plants as as refreshments were served. Music was In town. While here ho
Saturday
vegetables.,: Judging from present appearance furnished by Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell, pur Umbrellas and Parasols
he two house-boats and bathrooms he will soon be well paid for chased 10 bushels of !bean seed from .
' Mrs. C. J, F. Campbell Misses Maude
,
Hotel Lotus merchants.J ,
ica have been built by the F. E. his and care.
expense Powell and Lillie Robertson. We no-
stem for the use of the guests of the of the firm of Hardeo ticed a number of guests from Tillman, N. Chalker Jos; Stanland, !I. A.
Hardee
>yal Palm, have been completed, and W. R. Repairing and Recovering Neatly Done. All work Guaranteed.
Stewart J. 1\1. Ennls W. W. Otwell and
who has beeu-in businessfor Malabar, Eau Gallle and Melbourne '
Ill soon be taken to the beach. One Bros., of Eden Beach Mr. and Mrs. I.ockwood's leo. W. Warner were pleasant callers at Branch: 311 W. Bay st. 20 Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
In Jacksonville returned -
about
1 Bear's be sent Cut to Norris'where Cut the and hotel the guests Other last Saturday a year and expects to assist patrons have always been noted for their C. I). Provost's Sunday. ... -- -_.. .. .. ..--.. .. -- .. --- -

y enjoy Burf-bathing to their beait's his brother their pineapple plantation goclal!, good times and this one was no )!r. and Mrs. Weathey, !Ir. and Mrs. '
tent. which is second to none on the exception to the rule Wagner, Mrs. Smith, and Messrs. Pock : Bermuda Onion Seeds .. '

II vel'. Mr. Hardee Is a very energetic and Fritz, of Georgiana, were callers on

.Subscriber, attention is drawn young man, and Is suro to succeed.. j53T"We would esteem the favor if our Mrs. Green and the Misses Doggott and WHITE AND RED, genuine Tcnneriffo stock, $2.50 per lb.

I> the name-and-date your blip pasted upon The stockholders of the Eden and readers, when writing or calling upon C(5alsworth on Sunday afternoon. Texas Rust-proof Oats . . . . . . . . 60c. per bus.

our paper or wrapper. If ;you are'in Tibbals telegraph company have had our advertisers to purchase merchandise, Florida 00-day Oats ... . . . . . 1.00 per bus.
their line thoroughly overhauled this etc. would mention the ADVOCATE.
treats, please remit.Palm week and put In first-class order. While : Fort Pierce. Georgia Rye, . . . . , . . . 1.50: per bui.

this is a local line, it has seven offices Florida Rye . . . . . ".. .,. . . .. . 2.60 per bus.

which are in the dwellings of some of Banyan. A, C. Dittmar paid Tltusville n visit
Beach. our pineapple growers, and puts themin Full Stock of I Field and Garden Seeds.

direct communication with the Western Tuesday.We .
which Bean pickers are needed In Banyan. charming weather L. CAMERON. Seedsman,
L II. Findlay, golfer-in-chtef of thet Union wire, proves very useful are having some -
Coast links, reached the Inn on as well as very pleasant for our Supt. Same was looking after the at present. 126 East Bay St., .JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

turday, to enter the Bogey tourna- neighbors; to be able to visit and have a schools this week. Messrs. C. Smith, Frank and L, Dopow _.. .. --- -_-.
home. Our peopleare
chat and still be at
nt. up-to-date in everything except shell Messrs..Hilliard and Ledbetter visited left for Jensen Monday evening. E l.bIUh.(J INTO.

Prof. C. B. Cory put up the cup whichs roads, but we hope to get them some the county seat last week. Capt. A,J. Lewis returned last .week
| presented to the winner In the from a long visit to Palm Beach
day.
Jas. Arltb is still In Florida but says CHAS. K. TTSEN
that off Mon-
gey; tournament came the he will leave for Cuba in,February Quite a number of crates of beans ,

morning. Remember RIVER Joel Scott returned last week from was shipped north from here this week.

Vm. U. Follett .of Morencl, Mich., ADVOCATE does all kinds of job printingat the upper end of the Island, laden with Messrs. L. Carlton and Merrlwether (Successor to The J. R. Tyson Co., Established 1878))
Ived here on Friday night's train. Mr. short notice. Send them an order
venison. left to attend court at Titusvllle.J. .
llett Is on a visit to his brother-In- and be convinced that It is the. place to Sunday You can SAVE GOOD MONEY.by sending to mr for quotations on
*, Senator E. N. Dimlck. have job printing done.Jensen.. Our old reliable mall carrier, Ray T. Gray paid his farm at Woodley a .

net he Hotel on Saturday Royal Poinplana fur the opened winter at ofW lower Otwell BahIa.Island Is again offices at the are wheel again, suppliedfrom and the next visit day.last Sunday, returning homo the Grain, Hay, Rice, Meal, Straw, Cotton Seed Hulls, and

I, Its sixth season. With its gardens The Hey McLane held services In the
(I wealth of furnishings, It stands ther Some nice music,'vocal and Instrumental Methodist church last Sunday morningand Feed of all Kinds..,

of winter resorts.he was rendered at the Banyan house evening to large congregations. -
J. C. Frank and family are in Tltus recently by Misses Mime, Otwell, Jones POULTRY FOODS, Wheat, Cracked Corn, Meat and Bone, Gravel, Cracked
cocoanut walk connecting the hols ville this week. and McMillan and Mrs. J. II. D. Smith. Horn-at the residence of Mr. and .
is certainly a thing of beauty, forth Mrs. J. S. Bell-a fine boy, last Monday Bone, etc., etc
its stately trees the oleanders inpom Dr C. P. Platte and wife, of Fort Wish Uncle Sam would send us a boat morning. Mother and baby are doing WHEAT, RYE, Graham Flours, whole winter wheat Flour, Breakfast Cereals,

and the scarlet bybiscus, it givese Pierce, were pleasant visitors in town on load of his eastern negroes to pick beans. nicely Buckwheat, etc., Grits, Meal and Dao n.
last
| a glimpse of tropical paradise. Friday and Saturday Old man McMillan had a tussle last Miss Minnie Neal, of Roseiand, delivered FERTILIZER CHEMICALS of all kinds. Kalnlt, Acid Phosphate, eta Tobacco
will be In the Town Hall week with rheumatism and was knocked,
ball given
Plrs. Geo. B. Swift, wife of Chicago'simayor A Friday night, for the benefit of the out as bad as Kid McKoy. a tine temperance lecture at the Stems, Tobacco Dust, best Canada Ashes, Salt, eto.
and the millionaire pork pack- on In- Baptist church last Tuesday evening toa INSECTICIDES Laurel Green Paris Green Blue Stone London Flour
[
Town Hall fund. All are cordially Purple,
1 accompanied by her charming daugh- There are about thirty acres of splendid large and appreciative audience.
rs, Misses Grace and Edith, also Misses vited. pineapple and orange land in Its virgin Sulphur, Bl-sulphlde of Carbon, Caustic Soda, eto.

pa .Clarke, Addle Brown and Helen i The Rev. $Ir, Sawyer, of Eden, state still left here. Any one Interested BUILDING MATERIALS Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Fire Brick, Fire Slabs,
pblnson, have arrived here. preached here to an appreciative congregation would do well to come and tee for themselves A few 'doses of Dr. Simmons Liver Hair, Shingles, Lath, etc.
night We hopewe that for a water protected location Medicine will do more for a weak stomach
-he orchestra at the Inn is giving very have on Sunday the pleasure of hearing this Is an Ideal spot and a safe than prolonged course of any I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF CONSUMERS ORDERS. Will furnish you with .
Basing concerts every morning at 11, may rates to JACKSONVILLE; FLA.
place to Invest In. other medicine. freight your place.
him again 'ferfloon. .
id In the evening,at 8 o'clock. It has
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Gold in itortnarn A.W H mp.hlr.. The Tropical Trunk Lit]

:; It would not be surprising if another c1

I season saw thousands of gold seekers

coming up the valley. That there is f Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West RajlwaU

I gold here in paying quantities is now a \ '

Potash. well known fact JOSEPH: H. DU'BKEE Receiver.I .
Last summer Whit Ten-ill and Nor. .

man Perry went prospecting upon the 80UTH -iRTfl _

I I of it must be* headwaters of Indian stream. They No 200.I No- 21. No. 31_No.23. In JUeet Jan. ii, '99. .O.3'.l. ).o. 18. o. 3 \ ,
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ENOUGH found traces of gold and were satisfied oiLv..JACKSONVILtL..AT'TOain'llOpm: .. ..
...... Park......... 8112am ...
943a .OranRe T14pm.
i In fertilizers that there for those who lI36p .
I more was ... .. ....... .... ..:..
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; otherwise failure will surely would seek it. This spring they took in bOJa: tOIJa .:. ........Magnolia........... 813am .. ,.. ......
1,600 pounds of supplies and resolvedto 12tOa lu 1a ...Green; lrv"; 'prlni....... 809am "
105. 11 06a ....... ..I'alatla..,..... ......1l00am .. ..".. '
: result. See that it Is there. devote the season to the work. They ........ ..,..... ...... ........... 8atllnma............ ......... ........ "ii
were three weeks taking the food, etc., ........ .... ... .......... Pomona..... ...... ... ....... ..... '"''
Our books tell all about ..... .. .. .... : jj !lOa.:...CrellcentCltyJnnctJon... 3Mam........: "''
In. No one has been able to find their .4O5: 213a 1209p..............Seville.... .... .... 330am .. ... 12.
fertilizers. They are sent camping ground.Mr. 112011.. 246a 1228p ..... ..DeLeon 8prlngtl.... .. 2..6am. ., .III.
this week ............... .. .. ..........Olenwood ....... .. .......... .. .... 10.
to
free to all farmers applyingfor Perry came out purchase 8Mp. 307a l2Mp ........ ..Bereaford... ...:... 222am ..... "h.'I

a miner's pan and to send specimens .7n" a 1 2111' Ar ..DeLa n d ....... Lv. .... .....
them. to the Philadelphia mint. We 6 20 a ":::::: In "'"P L;v.:::::::::: h. ::.
1 WTh.. 1 ... '
708 a 317a 1 02p .Oranlte City Juno. :2 lOTh 34.5 pm :
saw one nugget that weighed nearly ; ; : tt 301' ::::: ....'nterprille ......... .......... 320pm.:::: ii,
r'RMAN KAU WORKS, one-fourth of an ounce. ;,; .13:11 ::::: :: ::::::.: 3 15p Ar .....TITU8VILLE..... L" .......... .l 30 pin ... : :::::-
........ :....... 6.w" ......)It. Dora..................... .......... ........ .
,L 03 Naiim St.,New Yor1!. Mr. Perry was very careful in his .. .. .... ........ 7 OIl' .......Tavares ....... .... ..I. ..... .. ..
conversation! regards the location. He SOOa aMa .J 35p ...... Sanford..Lv 140am. 320pm41S2a 'n."
.. .. ....... .... 2111pm 111.'
went to Cole brook to consult T. F. ..::::. :: '700a t 2l p ......Lakeland..... ..... 9lllpm 1210l'm ........:
Johnson, Esq., as regards ''a miner's 940a .450J! ) ..... ...Ilanow.......... ... 8111 P m 1120 am.....
:::::t::. 710 a 10 Mp.AI'......Punta Gorda..Lv 325pm 1033pm ..
A number ..
rights. thought they would .....:::: Sun ...._.. ............ 731pm 1000am ...
return to the woods with him, but begot ........ .. ., .....Tampa Bay Hotel.... .. ... .. .. .. I.......
without their knowledge. COMFORT TIME !t LOW RATES ....... 8 M a 6201' Ar...... Port Tampa.......Lv.7 00 pm 1020amI .......
away SAFETY QUICK ..... ..j.Mon.Thur. Sat 9 00p.LA.......Port Tampa.......Ar. 200 P m.Thur.Sun.&'rue ,......
While the miners have cleaned up ....... Ties.Fri&Sun 3 OOp Ar........Ke Wellt..Lv 700 P m Wed.Sat.&Mon. .....
: STAGE GLINTS. enough for a good summer's work they Finest CuUlne and Service No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York. ........ Wed.Sat&Mon 6 OOa Ar......... .' .........L" 1230pm Wed. Sat.&1\/00./ ........
will remain in camp till the ground Tbe Fleet is composed of the following Handsome New' Steel Steamers t"Comanche"

freezes up.-We9t Stewartstown (N. (new) "AlgonquinIIIroquols' "Cherokee" "Seminole." C Dally t Daily except Sunday. )Mon.:, Wed. and Fit
Marie Dressier will play the prinoi Train leaving Jacksonville 9:20 a. m. arrives Gainesville 1:t3S p. m., Ocala 2:10 p. m., Lees
pal womAn'. part in the new burlesque IL) Frontier Gazette. North-Bound. SUM p.m., dally.
+ Trains,91 and 32 Carry Through; Pullman Buffet Sleeping Can between Cincinnati and 'T
operetta, "Hotel TopHY Turvy." When Leo XIII Baeama Steamers appointed to sail according to the tide. and local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open for accommodation of passeunn,!
Pop. From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling at Charleston), Sundays. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Union Station, Jacksonville, at 9 p. m. '
The beautiful artist's model, Clara At the time of his installation! the appearance From CHARLESTON 8. 0., Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays.For INDIAN RIVER SERVICE.
Betz, aoetna to have made a decided impression hour of sailing see "Clyde- Line"- Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers.
of the present pope is thus described Indian River Steamers leave Titnsvllle 4 sno p. m., Mondays,Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Ttnl
upon the Casino audiences. by the Abbe Vidieu, his biographer South-Bound. days for St. Lucle Kiveiand intermediate landings; returning,. arrive Titusville Wednwdi.!
Steamers are appointed to gall from Pier 29, East River, New York, at 3 p. m., as follows i Thursday, Fridays and Saturdays at 12 noon.
those who will in
Among appear support : "The new bishop of Rome is For CHARLESTON., MondaysVednBdays and Fridays. W. B. COFFIN, G. D. ACKERLY,
of Mildred Holland in ".Two Little tall and spare, with a grand, patrician For JACKSONVILLE,FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays. General Superintendent. General Passenger A

Vagrants' this season is Ethel Brandor. air. lie has a magnificent head, crowned Clyde New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)

Two new musical comedies about to with white hair, strongly marked (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) ,

be produced in England with "girl" features, the aspect of an ascetic, with "STEAMERS"are

titles are "The Poster Girl" and "The something marblelike in the general appearance From foot of Hogan Street,Jacksonville appointed, to sail as follows: From Lewis' Wharf, Boston,, Florida East Coast Ry.
Puritan Girl. of the figure. His face is lighted TllURSDA YS. FRill.A YS.

Miss' by a piercing look, and his amiable -
Ida K. cousin of the
Dewey, TIME TABLE: NO. IS, IN EFFECT: MAY 18 1808.
,
and
paternal smile River Line.
goes straight to the St. Johns
4r .rear admiral and hero of Manila, is going Clyde's

fr on tho stage. She is a Brooklyn. girl voice heart of is those sonorous whom and he 'addresses.very illsJ, ,Palatka, Santord.lnterprille.! Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's.River. IOUTH BOUND {Bead Down. NORTH BOUND (Read tJp i'i'JU

iJt pretty and vivacious. though less mellow and more powerful -The elegant Side wheel Steamer Noaa .... N07 iR'Ui
; Rose who has been i "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE." ; .' 'ATION3.1i. DiU
LoMoyiio, engaged than that of Pius IX. DatI;r Daily ,

:i for the Alice Keilseu; Opera company, "The day after his election he was CAPT. W. A. SHAW. iiii "J'Wi V...........................,.. J..okI<>DviU. ............................Ar e 45p i 1ii
.. 14 was Gibson's famous model.] The company Is appointed to sail as follows: 4 lOp 10 !lOa Ar............................8'. Auguatin............................Lv 5 lIp: 811a
t will in "The Teller. asked why he took the name of Leo, and Leave Jacksonville, .Sundays,Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:-SO p m 4111p 108lla Lv..S.. ,. Auu.tlns.........................,..Ar 68Jp ...
Fortune
appear he replied, 'Because Leo XII was the Leaves Sanford Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 9:00 a m _4581, n'Wa .......IlaaLtn .......Lv 45p 8lt4
t ." benefactor of --p:; JI'1:') Ar................................PmtitL............ ........ ...........Lv TTh1]
my family, but also because SOUTH BOUND. SCHEDULE. NORTJEIiBOUW. _C lOp 10 4.'a, !-...... .P.tk.\ .. ..... ... . ..... .....Ar1I ii 8p
1 1v Jennie Reifarth, tho most delightful Leo signifies lion, and the virtue Read down. j) 12jI /0............. .. .. ..........SaD !ofat.o............ .... ............ ...L" Tij ..
f of old time comic opera queens' will which to the Leave 3.30 p. m. .........................Jacksonville........................ Arrive 2.00 a. m. 120o, 72OaLV..SanMat.o...... . .... .... .... .. ...
seems me most necessaryof 8.45 p. m. .............................Palatka.... .......... ............ Leave 8.00 p. m. "IloJ1TlIU .. .. .. ..... .... .Ar 6S12
L. ....... ZasTPTtk: ...
.. ..
play the of Rachel Levinsky in ... ................Lv "ilp!.:; 'i ..
part .. "
all is the'force of the ..... .. ...... .......... 2.30 m. I:
lion. II 3.00 a. m. ....... ... ........ Astor p. Shftp I 0)p)( ...............................OrmoD4.......................... "
.....
'Fred Peel's coming production of "Casoy's There wero three his II .4.30 a. m. .........................St. Francis...........'........... .... ." l.oo p. m. ISip I lip .. ................ .. ......Daytona.................... .. u aoop 714.
balloting. at II .. ...... 2507021:
... .... ..... ... ... ................. ........ 12.00 m. ..
U .... : a.
.
Wife. a m. Beresford. 'O'lp 12'lp ..........................,.Por' Oraac..................... ... .. "
election. At the first he received 17 6.00 a. m..........................Blue Springs. .................. .. ..... 11.00 a. m. t2p l5t: ) .............. ............. New Rtn"rD. ....................... .... 2 41p
4 R. A. Barnet this season will have i votes, at the second 85 and at the'third ArrlT, 8.30 a. m..............................Sanford ...... .. ..., ............. 9.oo a. iu.. ...... :2 240 .................. ........... Oak Hill\ ........ ................. 2211p 1 ..
"Jack and the Beanstalk 44 or two than 4 9.25 a. m. .......... ................Enterprise .. ...I... ........ ...... .... 9.30 a. in.Gen'l ...... B Op .. ............................. Tttnsvl1i. ....................... ...... 44p......
1492" and more were necessary to ...... IIRip ............................. City Point............................. ...
"Gretcheu, Queen of the Ballet," on his elevation. Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. ...... II 4\p: .". .............................. Coooa ................................ ...
the road. He is also ...... 847p ............................. R kJecilr. .. ........................... .. .......
writing a new W. II. WARBURTOV, T. P. A., F. M. IRONMONGER,JR., Fla. Pass. AKt., ...... 4 ISo .". ............................. Ran laIfli ............................. ; ......
musical comedy. 5 Bowling; Green,New York. 204 West Hay St.,Jacksonville, Fla. .... 4 2Sp .. .............................Jd.lbol\rD.............................. l28.p........
Signs of Clemency. C. P. LOVELL Asst. Fla. Supt.. JOHN. L. HOWARD SuperIntendent. ..-.. 51lp: .. ..............................l IebaJIlian= ...... ................:....... I ......
JE. E. Rice has secured for his next ; Jacksonville, Fla. Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. ...,".. 6 Olp ..............................8t. Lncl............................... .. .......
season's revival of "The Ballet Girl" "You weren't afraid to propose to THEO. G. EGER, T. )[., 5 Bowling Green New York. ........ .12Op N ............................For' PI.rce.. ........................... .. ... ....
that reserved Miss Sniff?" WM. P. CLYDE CO., General Agents, ...._ 1149p It .................. ............. E Violet Dene, the original ballet girl of 8 Bowling Green, New York. 1'J Mo. Delaware Ave., Philadelphia. ..... IIII'p" ...............................Jensen ........................ .......... .. \ .....
1 the London production. Miss Dene is a ."No. I noticed that she was indul- ...... 705p It ............;................. Stuart .. ....... ...................... .. .....
to her ...... 7S1p It ...........................Robehound... ........................ ....
: younger sister of Cissy Fitzgerald. gent poodle.Chicago Record. ..... 7112p" .......................... W..t Juplt.1' ........................ ... .....
Wilson Barrett is MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. ..... 880p".. ..._.................... WsstPalm3.ach ......................... .. 99ff......,
reported to 'have Bed lie Could Do. ...... vap .........................:. .. .LiDtoa..... ........ .......... ....... .. ...
4't discovered an infant prodigy in Australia ...... 'p .N. ...........................Fort Laud..rdal..................... ... .. .......
little of the Florida, New York, ......102211. ........................ ...Lemon City ..... ............ ........... .......
a girl of
name Clith- ...... 10 SOp Ar............ .... .. ......Miami... .... .. . ;. .. L,. I s aoaBETWEEN .
eroe, who played the child in "The I 1 L Philadelphia and' Boston.

1 ,Silver King" with remarkable power. r From, Brunswick, (via Port Royal, S. C.,) to New York. NEW S31YRNA AND ORANGE CITY JUNC'I'IOS.Nn. .
aNn 1 STA'1O No. 2 N152Spl0liisL

i ; 'The Princess Chimay has decided not I LBtLL ] g7z... PASSENGER SERVICE. .......... ... .........New Smyrna ........ .. .........AI' 123p iip
to accept the offer of a New York dramatic ., To make connections with steamers leave Jacksonville Ion $09p1l38a N ........................... 1..akHsJen .................. ...... .L.. 1241tp ,
g Thursday at 5:00: p. m., via Fernandlna, close connection with 820p 120211 N ......... .............. .Oranll. <'It1'. ......,.................. II l2iJp: .",
agent to come to this country Cumberland Route steamers at Fernandlna for Brunswick.. 18 2p U tOp Ar.......... .. .. .Oran<<. City Junction. .. .. ,.. .... ... .t2 25p : SIr
if Supper will be served immediately on leaving Fernandina.Passengers
for vaudeville. She declares that she
; All trains betweea New Snyrna and
Orant. ( Junction
'It' Daily l .
go at once on board Mallory steamer on arrival at ; except : unday.IEY
t will never set foot on American soil Brunswick.

again. WEST .AND HAVANA.

There will be a plethora of war plays PROPOSED SAILINGS The steamship City .f Key We.* of the Florid Eait Coast Utearaihlp:: Company lea's
: this season. "The Maine Avenged, Lv.New York Pier 21 E. R., 3:OOp. m., (Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick. Miami for Key wet OB Mondays, Wedn*.d. yi and Fridays after arrival of train from Jut

: "The Dawn of Freedom "A Cuban Friday Jan 0..... ..... .... ........... ...COLORADO ... .................. ....Friday, Jan. 13 onvUlv. making connections at Key West with sU ran for svana. Leave Key Wail 1.91:
Friday, 13..............................RIO GRANDE......... ..................Friday, 20 p. m. (standard. time) on Tuesdays, Thursdays aad Uatnrdavi, rrivlai KI.III1Il.d morali
Patriot, "On Land and Sea" and "A .... .. ...... .. ... .. Ia tin t* oaa ct with north bound train.
Friday 20... ... .. COLORADO ..... ....,,:.......... ...Friday. 27
Daughter of Cuba" are some of the Friday, 27 .... ....... .. ............RIC) OKANDE..... ........ ...... ......Friday, Feb. 3 Th..Time Tables show the tim. at which' trains and boats b. zpeotod to arrlrt"
titles chosen by the makers of melo For general Information, steamers, trains, rates etc., apply to any railroad agent or to depart from the several station and port but their arrival may or departure at the tlmN
drama. A. I'. MURPHY, Agent,220! W. Bay St.Jacksonville. stated not rnarantced. nor do* U>* Company; bold itself rponsibl for any delay or MT
H. H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick Ga. aaua.inonces arislnc therefrom.
C. MALLORY,General Agent Pier 20, E. River and 3t>2 Broadway,N. T. For copy; of local Urn card call at SM TT.., Bay .r.*.. Jacksonville. *r addreu
J.P. BECrWITH Trafflo :Mr-acr. J. U KAHNEB A. O. P. A.
Houi.hol
So usually guarded an authority as
; the London, Review assures housekeep. Florida Central & Peninsular Railroad .

ers of the practical value of a newly -
IRt ,
r devised ice machine, on a small scale, ...
I for the household-one* which will fur. Mr. Ornnty-Here are some pennies, ; ,

nish, in 15 minutes a small cake of but I don't think yon tell a plausible kv Time Table In Effect Dec. 10, 1808. 8outh rn--""" -

pure ice, admirable for domestic pur story.

poses. The device consists of a double Indolent Ives-Well, I sized yer up .
:. =
:. :; c :. :.
B Rg A >
I c
eheet and metal cylinder, covered on fer a cheap guy an dat's de best story :iJ-:; <;1;:; :;;rn = q: NORThERN POINTS.. .; :;cZ 1;." :;; :;:; .Railway.
the outside with a protective layer of I kin put up fer 2 cents 1-Now York .

:. asbestus for the purpose of insulation, Journal 34Sa -430p :::;:-:: 800a ::::::: 7 OOp Lv..Jacksonville.. .Ar =: "'i 0"ii.--. : : : 921"p 9 MaSOiia 965p MOST EXCELLENT SERVICE OFFERED
and hung in sockets by two central 430a 5 201) .... 8 42a....... 7 Sop Lv..Yulee..Ar .. ,... 818a750a ... 831p 9 lOp } OUT OF FLORIDA.
piv 1111I1920a.\ ....... 940p[ Ar..Fernandlna. ,.Lv .. .... ... 700p645p 7 ami 70p()
ots. Tho receptacle is filled with distilled o'l'da745a 71Sp ..... 10 lOa ...... 915pIt : Ar..lverett..Ar! ....... GBOa.... 630a 740p NORTH EAST
water up to within a. half inch of Notice.In 816p ...... ... ... ...... .Ar... Brunswick .. ) ) ...... ... WEST.Through .
... ... ..... .. It 20a ...... 15p Ar....Savannah. ...Lv..4)i. '. ......... ,
tho top, and, after the rubber washer ..... ....... 600p 11 Ma ...... 11 25p Lv.. ..Savannah.. ...... ... Pullman Room
and metal cover are adjusted, it is ...... .. .. .. 923p.1:2: 01 n ...... 1361\ Ar. Fairfax, S. ... ...... ... Drawing Cars Dining Cars, Thoroughfare Coaches
I the Circuit Court, in and for Brovard ...,.. .. ... 10 45p 1 25a ..DenmarkSO .Ar..5 Osa 3 lOa. 1 ...... ... Vestlbuled Trains.
tightly closed with a screw. The cylin. County, Florida: .... .. ... .. .... I) 55a .Augusta, Ga., .. ....... ...... ......
itt dor is then turned around once and the -IN CHANCKHY, .. .... ...... .. .. .. .. : :: Columbia O.Spartanburi .... 1247a ...... .a ...... ....., NEW YORK AND FLORIDA LIMITED."
other .... .. .. .. .. ... 2.sa ;, S 0Attliovlllo .... SOdp ...... .. ..... ....
'. cover unfastened. This permits Aaron A. DeC rauw, ) ..... .. .. .. .. .. 4i' N. C. ,. ...... 2 Ofip ....... .. ..... ... This magnificent train will resume service on January z6, s8.
tho filling of the space between the V8. ...... ...... ... 8 double wall of the Norman 11. Jolmatone and }} Hill to Foreclose .. .. .. .. ... .. ..... : 4Ta :: Salisbury, N. C. :: ....... ...... 8 .......: :.: WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LIMITED."
I outer cylinder with lila wife Kittlior: JubiiBtone I Mortgage.ct. .... .. .... .. ... 10 .. ion, .......... 40p.( ....... ....
chemicals used for generating the oold al. .... .. .. .. .... 11 54p..2. : GreensboroVN.C" .........r .. ......... Through Vestibuled Drawing-Room/ Sleeping Cars between TAMPA and< NEW YORK, '" |
temperature-viz ammonium appearing by the affidavit of I>.I.. Oaulilen, ...... .... .. .. 6. 24i :' Richmond,Va. ...... 25a.... ... ::.: Jacksonville, Savannah and< Columbia.without change.
an salt IT attorney for the complainant In this cause, .. ... .. .... .. .... / LynchburK, Va, II ...... op..7. .. ......
; and water. After turning the cylinder that the defendant, Norman R. Johnmoiio .... .. .... ...... $ :: Charlottesville, .4 ...... 2 .. :::. .... UNITED STATES FAST JIAIL."
around rapidly for 15 minutes the and his wife Esther Johnstone are non-real- .. .... .... .. . .. : 05p Washington :' ...... 11 ....... ....'..
some
t dunu of the State of Florida, and are both over .... ........ .. ... 25p! ," !Baltimore : ...... 94a.: ....... 9 ..... ......;.., Pullman Drawlng-Roon Buffet Sleeping Cars between JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORfc
inner rocoptucla is withdrawn from the the age: of twenty-one )'ears,1W1l1 that there In no ... .. ... .. .. .. 10 t.41a "* Philadelphia ....... ........ 6 ....... ......
.
cylinder held for a minute in hot wa ,>eron in the State of Florida service of a mil. ..... .. ... .. .. .. 12; 23a: :New York ......7.oa......... 4 ............... Embracing Lynchburg, Charlotteavllle
!I J JI. ter, and upon being opened, a piece of jHwnaupon, Norman whom R. Jolmntone would bind and the Esther Raid defendants .lohn-. .... ..... ....... ..... .. 0II1' "......Boston ....." ...... .. .... ...... 900a....... .., ..... Washington, Baltimore, and PhiladelphiaPultmaR -

ice exactly the shape of the Inner wall stone, and that the saId Norman H. Johnstono : ... ..... =- 70Hp; Lv .Jauksuuvillo Ar ...... .... ...... TS liMp
and K8th r Johnstone reitlde at and their adilreiis .... .. .... .... "I ISO Ar..., Everett. ... 30a Drawing-Rood Sleeping Cars to MACON. ATLANTA CHATTANOOGA. CIN
will slide out without any trouble. Another Is Motalto Art Co., No. loa( Hlxhort street, 34\\1.. .... .. .. .. .... 1101111. :: .... Atlanta.. .. I 12 740p osn CINNATI LOUISVILLE, KANSAS CITY and ST. LOUIS.
round cylinder is provided for the Anderstou, GhsJow.lnltland: so said l affiant Is ..... .... .. .... 93'')'' ..Chattanuo a... Lv..a.. .. .. .. lop 64
a
quick cooling of fluid.Snfrtr informed and believes. It Is therefore ordered a .. .... ...... ..... 730p .. .Cincinnati .. ... .. .. ,. ..... soonNo. Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
any that the defendants Norman K. Johnstone anti .
_. his wife Esther Johnstone,be required to Cincinnati, via Golumbla and Ashvllle through thl
appear .
,
30, 38 and 34 make connection
: and Miswer complainant's bill of complaint on for Brunswick arriving Brunswick 7:45: ,11.20 a in and 8:15 p m .
Clirok Pnper.A respectively. For New Orleans, train leave. Jacksonville
!
the 9:20: a. m., with through sleepers arriving .
new kind of safety paper for banks, r>ew Orleans 7:40( a. m. Only through. sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from New'Or 5 LAND OF THE SKY."
SIXTH DAY OF MARCH, A D1890, leans 0:4U: p. m.
etc., is announced. It is a foreign idea, or said' bill will be taken as confessed and the SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.Nos. .
t some feature the invention consisting complainant be allowed to proceed evparte with .35: and 36 Fast Stall Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville. and the iClucInnatl DOUBLE DAILY LIMITED: TRAINS FOR' CINCINNATI VIA EVERETT.:
I. in said cause. Sleeper via Ashevllle.Nos. .
printing or otherwise impressing on It Is further ordered that this order be pub .31 and 38 throutch sleepers between
carry : Jacksonville and
New York In
the paper employed a plurality of sots lished once each week for eight consecutive 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa. connection with tIJot haU..ra Fw data"Railway lafonlttloa u to ra.... ,.be4ul... .Ieeplne car r-rv.tlo8... c.' apply to any U-'"'
vttwks In the INDIAN RIVBU ADVOCATE', a newspafier No.30 carries Florida ; or 111I c.nnectioas.ROBERT
and
Cincinnati Havana
<; of lines or marks, one or more of which Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta and
published at Tltusvllle Jtrevard county,, Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This Is brought to Jacksonville by No. 33. These trains also handle
sets are indelible and the remaining Florida. the St. Louis (via Louisville) and the Kansas via
,\ sets delible Tbesu lines or marks Witness the Hon. Minor 8. Jones Judge of cities and Jacksonville. City ( Memphis) through sleepers between those W.. HUNT, :Florida P..... Ar'. 212 West :nay.lt.. Jacksonville, Fla.X. .
I are said court as well as the seal of said court, at Nos. 29 and 30 handle through sleepers between Jacksonville ;. CULP '
and
t made flue and Cincinnati i No. 30 opens at W. A.TURK 'B. HABDWICK,
so so closely alternating the court house at Tltuavlllo, this December 9 p In at Jacksonville for Pullman passengers. H.
or relatively disposed that in ordinary: 17th, 1898.dec2398 All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be cold at the city ticket Traffic WAI.UITOIf}ob..cw, D. c. 0.11.. r... Art. Aut. 0... 1'.... AeL, .
J observation \ A. A. STEWART office.!MM hogan Street as well as at the Union depot ticket office. W.a.IHOTOM, D. c. ATLAT.Effect ., G
wi.h the naked eye no sin [Seal ] Clerk Circuit Court. L. SlIIP\IAN, A. 0.1'.A. F.C.WRIGIIT,1lls.Pau.Agt.: 202 W Bay St. December 18, 1898.
;J" glo line or mark is distinguishable.. A. O. MacDONELL,, Gen. Past. Agent.

;, Again, the indelible lines or marks -

are made of a color differing from though Citation..

If! complementary to that of the delibl I -- FOR SALE.. Home-Grown
.
I YOU nB AMERICAN JOURNAL/
If: lines or marks so that, owing to their mllK next of kin of Joe Leon, who died CROW FDrnT? FRUIT QSOWERS. .
I domiciled Hrevard county Florida about Cklcar..a.rs $ ala a.is.e o.e ... bssl 1k'd
close juxtaposition they will convey the Dot 16th 111\11I, and all other. w horn It PINEAPPLE articie .a Cultars, ackla, '
may SLIPS XS Is tf
\ AND :: P :
1 impression of a color differing from oowernare hereby notlned that six weeks after SUCKERSOf y :tfSSJ.1devoted :: = and third$tO.sad.. The eo.t.st he r.Ii ''
those of either the first publication hereof, to-wlti December *UITh.IL; to the I"terut.' Ua :I or .tl. rrJrI'.f
of ::
the sets of lines or: :lard; A D 1MJ8, and their failure to apply for a<1.mlnratntlon the following Varieties : ,
marks. Thus any chemical action o:I. on his mtata I will appoint\ O KK :: :. :. ::: ': ::rlu.. swa sar *&&?::-:::
N. Hatch or some creditor of mid estate of Joe Abbaka .Am.rlc&al'nlt Grower.'Joanal .nUIe .
I erasure on such paper would, it ii I Leuoii.\ or other tit person to administer ou his Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, Ripley Queen Smooth nbaclt>tlu. ) .7o". Adlln.. UIIIC.U7"'Ul'r
claimed, be at once discernible, and the estate in Florida. ItOWtQ': JOtJ Su D.... IeIWtIa. u.. $50.00 IN GOLD.
shade made by the two color oombina D. L. GAULDEN, I Cayenne, Pernambuco and Red Spanish. .

tions would be bard to Tituevifle }'Ia., County Judge. ---
duplicate.-Exobanaa. I Apply to O. 0. MATT/HAMS Florida Pineapple Co.

ri I Deo. 16th, 1898. 33dec98 West Palm Beach,,Fla The ADVOCATE does neat cJean Job Printing




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HOTELS-All-the-year-round. nO'l"EL8-St. Augustine. r tty Or GOOD SWIMMERS. SOCIETIES! ETC.


Talc *...... !. the W.t.r, Their INDIAN RIVER GUARDS.:

ATLANTA, GA. Algonquin Hotel. W..l4B't .. L.... Drill at the Armory, over county Ja11every
MYon generally ice tacked to the end rueilr cvenlnK In the month,nt 8 o'clock.
C. It. BTKWAKf, Capuln.y. .
King Street ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
of the newspaper dlnpatch announcing
'
.u to Refitted, newly furnished and under the drowning of nome man at the bath. .. ... s. c. E.

new management. Centrally locatednear Ing beach, 'lift was an export swims Meet every 'Punriay evening at 6:30 o'clock
all points of Interest. Large sample mor,' said vCnptalu Mullen, the life At the Preshyterlan till!n'h.
room for use of traveling men. Over
looking/ riar.a and Monuments. A full guard at Colonial D\noh-a\ roddy, IXDEPKNUENT ORDER ROOD TKMrLAKS.Tltimvllle : .

view of the ocean and rolling/ breakers strapping, former\ innu-o'-war's man- t-otlco No. 17'inert r\ Turnday
pry
fir from the piazzas, linths, pas, electric who lm snaked nearly 200 drowningmen evening" 1:10:: In lrivttrliin rhiirrli. Iubllo.
: bells and a perfect of meeting first Tnri laIn, each month.
:,", system sewerage. and women out of the water at
: C. A. OAUOXKR: (J. W..' COBin,
( r Rates: $2.00 to $2.50: per day. Special rates by the week. various seashore resorts. "Aud the .' i't. c. T.

_ Open all year., C. F. COX, Proprietor. statement is true in a great ninny cases.I '. '. -,

---- know that fully eight ont of ten of CII'IU'U. "

y. \\ ', PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. the loon I have grabbed just in time -,- :1".0..-

have been fist clans swimmers. Tho Er19CtIrAL CHURCH.

good swimmer( of course takes more fervlre 2ml! mid 4th "'Snmlflr In cacti
This hotel Is for ROOMS ONLY. It Is centrally located near
now
open month At II a, m. aut TsJlilp.: at. l'Ii""IIIY r nrhool
Tostoffice Hank and Cathedral. chances than the man who is only n fair every Sunday at a:;+0 a. m. ':vf'lIlnl.rll.r a&

YJ U 1, Rooms, fiOcts to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to,$tt.OO per week. swimmer\ or tho man who cau't swlai: Sit.rrl.lny. m.at on 10 1t'ednesduys a. in. Litany lien I'" every

E&r V. D. SANCHEZ, Manager. at nil. Ho is' Inclined to show off. It Archdeacon .'. HHHW.V, Rector.rilKSIIVlhlUAN .
.
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seems queer thing/ to Ray: but all the -- -- --

sumo it is true, that bunches (If young : : (CHCKCH: .
The St. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. women on tho bcnchoa) and responsible Borvlop every 8 itbl I'mh at It a. in.ami Nlp,m.
George Sunday' mhool at 11:01R.: : in", rien! W. 1''nhlO,
: MRS. C. D. TYLER, Owner and Mg'r. for many of tho surf drowning! Hunt' I'ni.MT imtliir| on Vfrinrmlny 1"1'111111
"The good swlmmeri among the at 7::111. 'I'ho.Uhllo me cordially invltptl to av-
tend lorn.
.
our cr\
young/ fellows\ in bathing want to display Rev. 1. I'. HOWARD, r *tor.
Corner of tho Plaza and St. George Street. In tho very center of the city. their skill advantageously for tho '. --- -

Strictly first-class in every respect. Rates:' $2.50 per day and upward benefit of the girl! and they\ take IUIT18T CHURCH.nooml .

ATLANTA Special weekly and season rates. chances that I wouldn't take, and I wag Preaching every and! fourth Sundays
)TEL ARAGON GA. practically born in tho water mornbtr and e\'pululC. Prayer Meet IO//pi every
The Palace Hotel ,. Wediipmlny 1"'I'ulnj.: at 7: of the South. "They no attention whatever to
pay RchiM l e\ery Sunday Htl)4S: a. in. Alan 1'1"I'1I'h-
\American and European plans. We cordially invite the patronage of'the best tidal conditions or to anything elm, and, lug first Sunday at Io (lr ne.( All are cordially
imercial,,Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located, only three blocks THE A'BBEY ST AUGUSTINE, FLA. engaging! in all sorts of fancy work for I Invited to attend. K.: N. HriL: Pastor

Union trains. denot Every, at modern highest point in city and away from all noise, dirt and smoke Near the City Gates St. George Street. the benefit of the onlooking girls, they
improvement known
to science. Cuisine unexcelled
the breaker line.
liny hotel In the South. Free Bus meets all trains. get away out beyond 5IETHODIST CIIURCII.Regular .
Rates, American plan
"i to $".50 per day; European plan, $1.00 to 3.00 per day Hot Sulphur Bathe free to guests. Electric Bells. Rates, $::2.00 per day. If the tide la against them on the return<< crvlociuery flrit third and fourth
GEO. W. COLLIER Jr. Special rates by the week or trip and they have to work hard to Sundays at U a. in. and T-lK: ji, m. Sunday
Manager. season.LOCKWOOD make tho beach, a sudden fear takes School every Sunday at IdHM s. m. Kpwortk
& TEAIIEN, Proprietors.' League each Sunday ut :3::30 p. m. ITaver meot-
possession' of them\ and chills their 1111({every Tlinrnday night at 7:00: o'I'I blood and rattles their brains, and then, Ladle Aid Suoloty meets every Uedneiiday
Hollan' ATLANTA, OA. I at:3:00: p, m. Ever)'l"xly welcome at our church
ie PALATKA. if somebody Is not by to handle them, nervine.

27.20 Auburn Avenue. It i! all over with them. At the beaches Rev. A. I). I'ENNKV, Pastor
where the aurf is very heavy and the -

Two Blocks Graham Hotel undertow extremely treacherous, particularly CATHOLIC CHURCH.
| from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences. PALATKA, FLORIDA
along the line of resorts on Services at 10 a. m. every ,

M RS. F. A. VOORHEES, Proprietress, J the New England coast, I have often oateohlmn Church building at a p.,m.North Tllunvllle. 'Chlldinew

1 Rates- $1.00 to $1.50 day. The only Brick Hotel In town., Electric lights and bells. Open the year warned venturesome young fellows to RKV.J.F. O'lIoYLII.1tector.JlItTNICU'AI. : .
per Phone 1C29. round. Service strictly first-class. have n care and not under any circumstances

Rates: $2.50 per day and up. Special by the week or month, and to families. to go beyond the breaker line. .. ,

IL LITIIIA SPRINGS, GA. Mils. M. L. BARNIIART, They have grinned in my face-a couple ------ .
of girls being around, of courseandthey TOWN COUNCIL.Major .

ie Sweetwater Park Hotel t I BEAU SPRINGS, GA. Proprietress have then jumped in and done ) Adlioinar llrailyi 1 aldermen i Jno. M.
MOST JIE8ORT HOTEL just the thing I warned them not to do. Dixon, \\'. It. Knox, .1 no. K, Walker, U.' L. 1
OllMOND. Oaiilden, K. r.. IIraI)'; assessors ,lohn Henry
AND had in
GROUNDS IN THE STATE. Of course I have always to go clerk and treninrort C. M. Stlnijlcri marshal
[Situated twenty miles west of Atlanta, on main line,of Southern Railway. A after them when they let their cheep and eolleetnri M. S. Jones, jr The council
{lunexcelled.commodious, modern, high-grade hotel; steam heat; electric lights. Cuisine HOTEL GOQOINi omlO D-BY-TIIE-SEA, FLA. of I distress out, and often I have had a inueti first Tnenday In Inch month.' ,
The wonderful Bowden Lithia Spring and its health- bard enough time getting them. It
producing bath. Magnificent bath' house in connection with hotel and makea rue sore to have to go after a HOARD OK TRAIn
under the same roof. Turkish, massage, vapor, electric and needle baths. Open for the Winter Season. ,Fine Surf Bathing, Fishing and Wheeling man whom I have taken the pain. to Meets every secondWe.hiradaynlghtrin each
|Write for Illustrated Booklet. JAMES E. HICKEY Proprietor month at 8:too o'clock In room over roxtolllce. '
MRS. M. VANCE, Propiietor. warn. Judt| M. 8.Jones I'n'lllol"nt| |r Wm.,'?! Drown,
Lithia Springs, Ga. "Another thing that good iwimmeri treasurer; J. 0. Hum, secretary, .
,
Dry atmosphere, beautiful drives for
every facility outdoor sport.
ia the
auto
fail to take account liability

MELROSE HALL ORMOND, FLORIDA. of something happening to them in the COUNTY OFFICERS
JACKSONVILLE. water that. i is Just as liable to happen to

Oif the Halifax River, and one mile from the Sea; situated In a grove of' them when they are dressed, ashore, SCHOOL[ BOARD

IE ST. JAMES.JACKSONVILLE, FLA. palms and live oaks. Interior furnished with baths and heated by hot and violently exerting themselves."A Cocoa J. M.j S.Dixon)'. lllilm J TltiinvllleTR., Melbourne.; N. Andrews
\ Dec. 18/189S. water. First-class in every respect. man who loads a Blentaryllfe

//IT! Facilities for driving, boating and fishing. Terms moderate) goes down to a,bathing beachaftcr, en
The St. James
| needs no introduction to visitors of Florida. From a small Address: SCOBIE & LIPPINCOTT.r during a long reason of heat, and he COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.W. .
in 1869, the St.: James has increased in size and added to its
appoint-
jumps in aud romps around the water H. Sharpe."Sharpen, chairman Joseph
increasing popularity of the tourists1 travel to Florida. ,
,
Mendel, LaUrariicej' J. It. Walker lltuivllle
itnning is unsurpassed the with just as much confidence as ho pos ,lno. Houston, Walker, )
being on highest ground in Jacksonville, TITUSVILLE. Eau Oaths\J.N. Ankona.
[ J St. James Park. SHBHcd when he was a small boy with Regular lemloniare hold flint Monday In each
checked to all points. limber muscles. If ho gets a twitch, he month

|Its music, as in the past seasons, will be furnished by Prof. Ed Prouty's Or- J: ':DJEJ'TEe: : :aOTEL": probably pays no attention to it, and by COUNTY .
Btra, and will be of the high grade. This house, as in the past, is under the the time bo begins to realize that his OFFICIALS.Minors.
agement of J. R. Campbell, and everything will be done for the comfort andore y heart i is in trouble he i is pretty nearly L. Oaulden.Jones, Tlluaviihe Tltunvllle, circuit judge I P.
of its guests. Address by mail or telegraph, TITUSVILLE, county judKO) M.
if not quite a goner. Ooldmnlth, Tltimvllle, proMtoutlnic attorney;
J. R. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla. "More expert swimmers drown owingto A. A. Stewart,TltolVllle, clerk circuit chart| J.
INDIAN RIVER, K. Woolen, Comia' tax RMIIMMOr\ !C. W. Hall,.
.zF } heart failure than anybody has any Tltimvlllu tax collector I John Henry,Tltuavllle,
t FLORIDA idea of. Then again, men, often drink a treasurer: J. 11.Siuua, Courtenay, 11I.rlnto.d.ent ,

otel Placide JACKSONVILLE, FLA. lot of stuff just before going into the county inililli surveyor) limtmrtlon) J.Brown| J. O., Frlell lie lituivllle, iherllT.Hoinccpatliic ,.

New Management. ". r* surf, and those stand a worse than oven
J. G. BAST
,, ,
money chance of getting cramps. I
; ') Manager. don't onto how fine a swimmer a man
[Centrally Located. Most comfortable hotel in the city. All conveniences. 4J is, ho rnn't do bnsinoNS in the water
Unexceptionable cuisine. 'Bus meets all trains Ample Sample Room accom- -- when bo becomes crampod. I used to bo
modations for Commercial men. Rides, $2,50 per day. r ff ti Open nil
1 the Year. fuuny and a smart Alec in the water
[Conducted
under the able and efficient management ofGEORGE
-- before I wont into the life guard bast Powders.
WILSON & CO.Travelers' now, and I am just as fond of showing Dyspepsia .
mi irmiMi wd m ? l ,auu R d ,ICl mfaJ eiTi ir/i u Only a few minutes off aa any of the rent of tho boys but If ,

New. Ire ? t" 'jf walk and from steamboat Railway land stations yon watch me right hurst for a solid I, Cures Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Eruc-

I Hotel t I .NCI ly'i'' ppul ,I Ulu sI "ihUU Ings.: month, oven down hero ufimcu a comparatively
III Management +r 1' On the" banks of the calm and safe bench na thin, tlohH, Mulchings, piles, Itching of I

o2r far-famed Indian River you'll)) perceive that I don't take any Skin, Liver Tiouhlcs, Palpltn-

FELIX GARCIA, Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. chances by trying to swim, with my 'lion of the heart, etc. '

110CKL13DG12.Hew ears for propelling power, down to Fort -
Com'plete Monroe or to put on any other kind of DIUKCTJONHA: : before mealsand
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Service. powder
of Pout
frills that sort. Washington '
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. During tho month of December will i at bedtime. '

Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. be conducted in family style. Opened Dynamo, Dynamite, Dynasty. -

regularly Abdul Humid, it appears, still lives Twenty Powders, 25: cents.
Rockledge Hotel January 2nd. Shell roads, : in fear of machinations against his life..

otel Roseland l Horses, boats for fishing and Daimler! One of the largest firms\ of electrical enKiuoera -
[ JACKSONVILLE
FLA.
Depot:
fa tho city baa boon applyingfor
____ launch; all for use of guests. Rates,
an electrical concession in the !ul-
|On your way South stop at Roseland. Three acres beautiful lawb, bowling $2.50 and $3 per day. Special weekly tan's domains. Everything hud been SAMUEL EDEN, M, D,,

rs, tennis court, croquet grounds and other amusements. Roseland must be On Indian River. rates until January 15th. Send for satisfactorily arranged and the ueoes BROOKLYN,. N Y.
-
[ to be appreciated. If you come to Florida this winter, call and see us. The booklet. II. IV SHARES, Proprietor, Bury formalities compiled ,with, and 1310 Bush wick Avenue.

t of Jacksonville. Located on St. John's River. Take car at station. Tran- Rockledge Fla. only the eultan'i signature. was requir I .
()(l. But Abdul Humid is determined to J
; rates, $2.00 per day; Special weekly rates. keep control of things and not be a fig AND
MRS. A. M. VANlIAAFTEN, Manager. urehead. Ho read the document COTTON
through
,
ME MUTT (Merrltfs Island). -
when suddenly his eye lighted upon the
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. word "dynamo." This was quite

TEL OXFORD, Opposite St. James ,Hotel. Nevins' Rivertriew. enough. He immediately tore the paper LINEN NETTING. .
up; for though not properly acquaintedwith
Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and electrical machinery, be has learned -
homelike and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleas. MERRITT, FLORIDA. I ON INDIAN RIVER. that "dynamite" carries with it oer

ant stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when in Jack- On high pine land. Health, comfort and sport. No better Hunting and taro torrori. Explanation were of no

sonville. Fishing in Florida. avail and the concussion *Wall not .
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Pr pr.
Open from January 15th, 1899. )f. B. MAHON. granted.It .
FISHING TACKLE
I. curious Abdul i is not a better ,

ST. AUGUSTINE. -_ Greek scholar. if he bad ever thumbeda
WEST PALM BEACH. lexicon, he would know that the grim Superior quality Linen Gill Nettingmade
from Knox'i Scotch thread
,
Greek root: which give us "dynamo"and
"dynamite" is, by an irony of etymology Samples and estimate cheerfully furn-
otel Magnolia St. Augustine, Fla Seminole Hotel the origin of the word "dynas Ishcd. Corks, Lead, Lines, etc.

ty." It i! thus that tbe whirligig of J. B. JOHNSON & CO.,

time bring in Its revenge..-London Manufacturer
,
$1 n 000' expended on Improvements and new furnishings t eachs OPEN ALL THE YEAR. Mainly About People. 121 South St. BALTIMORE MD.
,
llyTlraullc; Elevator, Hot and Cold Water Batlu on floor; ,
WEST PALM BEACH
FLORIDA.
also lrlvaW"Uaths added to several suites 'and Heating Arrangements The Km* of Ihs World. .
are a few of the improvements added this season, making this This hotel is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to The Buddhist priests of Haputale, ia INDIAN RIVER/ STEAMERS.
popular house one of the most comfortable and well equipped hotels in the the railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains Boats attached to the hotel Ceylon circulating all kind of disquieting
South. Write for booklet PALMFIl & MacDOWELL. with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests Rates, from $2.00 per day and Schedule
upward; special rates by the week or month. stories M to the end of the Chang. of I. It. II. B. I, .
world. One hat warned the local
GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor. priest N. Co.
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. villagers that the end of the world be On and after Monday, Jan. 2, 1800,

e BuckinghamIlly Wu. P, KENNEV, Manager. gin next week. A woman with. very the steamer Sebastian, In command of
MIAMI. pretty baby U to visit the villager t. Frank Houston will leave Titus.vile .
bounef, and whoever can be prevailed' Mondays and Wednesdays at '4:KX) {
DAYTONA, FLA.ERNEST. upon to hold the baby will did. The Lucie river landing and
Inn I intermediate i
L. CASWELL, Manager. Hotel people are mOle ox lam soared. A few points, returning to Tltuivllle )
Connolly MIAMI FLORIDA
Wednesday and Fridays, arriving
I :. mouth. ago these people gathered firewood
here about
PALM BEACH FLA. and made proviiion for three noon.

w) Hotel t I Hibiscus 1 LEON n. CILLKY, Mg'r. Best $2.00 per day house In the, city. Special.. rates by the week. dayi' darkneiM, which was to other In Steamer Capt. Geo.St.J.Augustine Mercler,, leave In commandof Titusville .

O. P HUNTINGTON, the grand final of all thing..-Aivo. Tuesday nod Thursdays, returning:

CEO.'C., HOWE Proprietor. i ,Proprietor.., cate of India (Bombay). Thursday and Saturday



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INDIA RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 20, 1839.p .

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:', ;1 Limited, dally except Sunday. All Pull- day last. on their way to St. Lucle River, & GRAHAM S. \JV OA :eoEI: : :..,:
deor boar wild cat or ROBBINS
+.f St. Augustine to Jacksonvllle. to fish and hunt : ,
1 man sleepers Successor to Lovett & Carroll.)
IJ I / I el I Same requirements as for any other animal.' Among those In the .. (

"J. 'rl; train Train No.No.37.38, New York and Florida party 1st Lieutenant we noticed-Captain;I1. Reichenbacb S. W. NIchol, 2nd and ...?,AVPyorf. ... GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES, of All gia

; Lieutenant II. Pletsch, Commissary
No. 38.
i ,\ Special, same as W. and wife: also Your patronage
,, \ Paymaster S. Lyon Crockery, Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Solicit
\ W. V. Brewer and wife, F. II. Nichol, PRACTICE IN STATE AND
I :i Wanted.By Geo..Shaffer, Wm. Drust, Harry Leach, WILL "FLORIDA.Groceries .

j Fred Hayes. COURTS. .
. UNITED STATES -
man of -;::
practical charge orange; Another party preceded them last
.' .r grove. Thoroughly) understands the Wednesday In an L. & N. private car, ::EJ. ::I.r. ::seACY: :aeO
++ BENJ. W. JEROME business in all its branches; has bad 10 The members of this club were down .

years experience. here about two or three winters ago, ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished Grain. Hay Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries
Address, R. W. Bunro, and had a right royal time. / .
,nM i State Representative PENNSYLVANIA. CO. for Merritt, Fla. for Lands in Brevard and Dade I And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,Gr
WORKS ,
JKON: Indian River
house dealing
NOTICES. Food and Wheat. We are the only on exclusive]

Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., Titusville
,'"i 1 t t COLMAN ACETYLENEGAS : Archdeacon Brown went to Daytona -
.: I Selling Agent OIIMOXD, Jan. 17, ISOt). Wednesday, to deliver an address, be- List
MACHINES. :Safest, Cheapest -
fore the Women's Auxiliary.On We have a large
,,4 and Best light for private dwellings Editor Indian Ricer Adeocate : '
and stores. Monday next Archdeacon B. F. owned by & Motlowy -
Lands
of .
.1 Lesley
Should you have dropped down onto Brown will go to Palm Beach to assist .
For; prices, catalogues and estimates, the grounds of the Ormond any day last in examining Mr. Ilendry for holy or
, address, week from six o'clock a. m. till 12 at ders. ourselves and clients. (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER,& CO.)
I' BEN'J. W. JEROME, night you would compare the life thereto
8t Gabriel's
Services at Episcopal
Rocklcdgo, Fla. a disturbed swarm of bees or bunch : church, Titusville on Sunday morningat Price for unimprovedlands Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rnms, Gins and Wbl
. all In hurried
,: of brownies, on a rampage,
and at 7:30 o'clock. Bishop
11 evening
Bottled Beers Ales and Stont. ---,
. motion. Gray will confirm candidates for the $3 to $100 ,

'; The Anheuser-Busch Brewing Asso'ion.Fnmous Electricians, machinists, carpenters, holy rite of Confirmation in the morn- A First-class Line of Cigars. **. Billiard and Pool Tab!
u hod-carriers,' house cleaners, black acre.WE .
St.Louis Keg and Bottled Beer, smiths, painters, hostlers, boat-builders, Ing.The Annual Convention of the MIs- per. Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given: to i iorders.

; ?i Bold by Mem.Lesley ft Motlow, Tltusvllle, Fla.r etc., are on the jump, and when they sionary Jurisdiction of Southern Florida Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titusville,
finish the Ormond will be as brightas have afew, Residence, Orange
r. Jlyl\lr..J.I).Crabs cones Kla. they will be held at Melbourne on the 24th,
By Mr.W.J.Tucker, Fort fierce, Fla. lightning. 25th and '26th inst. Messrs. Geo. M. Grove and 'Pineapple Properties In de-

t' ZAPF. The "Royal Bungalows," I l.i "The Robbing,, Wm. M. Brown and E. L.
...JOSEPH .. System," below here, thought they were Brady have been appointed delegates: to sirable locations. Prices Reasonable.
going,to walk right away with "the Or- attend this convention. -
Wholesale Beer and Liquors mond" when they started out, but my ( TITUSVILLE KITCHEN UTENSILS,

dear sir, the old "Pioneer house" is not OoJferln-Cblef'" the Eall't Coast OFFICES j 1 and MIAMLMILLINERY. Cooking stoves, ranges and Blue Flat
to accommodate of
half large enough one
ib West Bay Street, half of those; who would like to squeezeIn We have variety that will suit all i

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. after Feb. 1st. No doubt another Mr. A. II. Findlay, golfer-ln-chlef: of and tastes of the housekeeper, and we

wing with large roomtf and private baths the Florida East Coast Golf Club, one of selling them almost for a song. Our

HENRY R. THOMAS> will be added soon. the originators; of golf in America, was ... /i agateware, galvanized and painted
NUMBER NINE.
i the leading player of the famous Mercantile / shows new shapes and improvements
Golf Club, Montrose, S oUand.
: ...LA VILLA PHARMACY -Please mention the. ADVOCATE when During competition he finished the long and DRESSMAKING.Mall our new line of tinware and crockery!
18-pole links In seventy-two shots, a feat limited. Our fine Mascot cooking itc
I Ii' Keeps all Kinds of writing advertisers. never before or since performed. lias c1: ,and YVillard steel range is just what
played on all the principal golf coursesof '
Pure and Toilet Articles. need for cooking.
Drugs Fancy
Bicycle Challenge.We America, And is well posted on golf .
e throughout the world. As far back as
} Prices to suit. .
1886 and 1887, he played In Nebraska, ..i
)fieroby challenge S. W. Perkins
801 Adams St., cor. Madison, and has been a promoter of the game
and R. W. Joyner to run a pursuit race, carried I
and Instrumental in its being to
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. amount distance of unlimited ten dollars, for-any losing prize team to the to scores of remote places throughout the JAS.. PRITCHARD & SON,
United States. lie has charge of Wright
pay for prize. The race to be run one successor
& Ditson's golf as :
Fancy Pineapple Slips & Suck- month from date of acceptance.A. department j'tu.s"V1.J.1o, F1a.
f i to Mr. Fenn. lie became a professional
B. BnowN
ers for Sale. W. E. VANLANDINQHAM.Titusvile on assuming control of Wright & Dlt.son's .
{ golf department, having been an
A Fla., Jan. 20, 1890.! { amateur from boyhood.
Golden
Abbakas, Egyptian,: Queen,
1. Queen, Porto Rico Smooth Cayenne and l

4: Red Spanish. Apply to A FEW WORDS FROM ENG- Since many children die every year Carpets Mattings and Rllgs,11
MADDOCK &: !lATTIIA1IfS.r. from eating poisonous berries and plants,
l LAND.
Beach
"Palm Pinery,
colored charts are now shown in some _.
West Palm Beach, Fla.
.1 12 LANCASTER ROAD, HAMPSTEAD, German school houses illustrating those : Orders Solicited. Satisfaction. THE LARGEST STOCK AT LOWEST PRICES

> # LONDON, N. W., Jan. 7, 1899. that must/ be avoided. Guaranteed.
For Sale
,
Editor A d 'ocat" : -Never fail to read our inside pages. Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds, Fall Patterns are now being received

i Ten thousand acres Turpentine Land, Dear Sir- I have no idea how my account You will always find something to interest Titusville, Fla. \
with stands.
I
v{,. in St. John's county, near transporta- receive .it your occasionally pink paper fr",>m Vienna, you.Write ,Awnings and Linoleums, a Specialty.
tion. ,

%t' near Sixteen Titusville Thousand, on acres Indian in River one ,body well away Austria playing on;her Concert but harp as tours'''professionally my daughter a good: deal, is and now we is Quick.. ..., East Coast Meat 'MarketG. t H., E'. CLARK,

I', timbered. miss the ADVOCATE some weeks.; Please 38 West Bay St.,
*"; CODllTLAND BUCKMAN, forward it here until further notice, In- FOR FREE SCHOLARSHIP .. F. DUREN, Agent., '
r 22, Hogan street, stead of Vienna, Austria. My daughtertook Jacksonville, i f
Fla.
"; Jacksonville, her diploma at the Vienna Con- RAILROAD FARE PAID. CD -

servatory on July 7th, and played In con- .-.. --
cert In London July 15th. She had sev- Positions Guaranteed.Open c/a Q.oQ.o ESTABLISHED 1876.wm. .
r Birds and Animals MountedIn eral engagements offered her here, and
on Nov. 26th started to Germany, and all the Year to both Sexes. '
the best style. Address, R. C. gave harp ricltals in the principal Ger- GA.-ALA. BUSINESS COLLEGE, = .. .. :: ovRS &:, cc
taxidermist Washington man cities with so much success they Macon Ga.
Scrimgcour, : -
I vine avenue Fla(coiner of Main ,street), TI us- goes want with her to Mme.repeat Norcross them next, on week.a provin-She __ GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZE!

cial tour of twelve concerts. In Febru- THE MOST COMPLETE: __

ary my daughter, Edith, gives a concert .= cQ.o c,2;- 6 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, ,FLORIDA.
For Sale At a Great Bargain. in Paris, and has been offered engage- Electrical Supply House Is States: E
ments in Russia. = We handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of ;
Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright i
Wishing and pink a .THE JOHNSON LAW CO Titusville Florida. :
i} A well-equipped, 30-foot ,Sharpie, recently you your remain paper dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
New Year, ,
'fM fully overhauled; everything prosperous Star Brand Fertilisers-Guaranteed Analysis, Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer 1'ureGwW
MINNIE N. MARTIN.
ready for cruising: cabin big: enough for : ELECTRICIANS, i Bone, Nitrate Soda, Muriate of Potash Sulphate Potash, Kalnit eto. These fertilizers! bin{
four berths. It was prepared:' for a tripto [The above is written by a lady who:. MRS. DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE, superior in the market, and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue free.

Key West and Cuba, the owner being owns an orange grove at Sharpes, on Indian Jacksonville, Florida.
called away from the state, it will be River, and who, with her daughter, TITUSVILLE, FLA.
sold at less than half the value. For visited Titusville and other places along -,
particulars, apply to the East Coast a few winters ago.-" ED.] 3' I : SO' : tl0
1. Jir.JA
Board and Room One Dollar Per
J. G. DETWILLER, Day. '
New Smyrna, Fla. CIRCUIT COURT.The (Successor to B. Hlrsch.)
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When In need of White and Rye Bread,
WHOLESALE
(;D' Reading notice ads on this page Spring Term of Circuit Court I Pies, Cakes, etc., go to Mrs. Deisner's -. -
live cents line week. at tfie Court-house Tltusvllle City) Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses,
are per per opened '
hotels and families
on Monday, Judge R. M. Call, of Jack- I supplied. FRUITS AND PRODUCE

FLORIDA EAST COAST 'R'Y. sonville, presiding as judge In the place : '
of Judge M. S. Joucs, of this place, whois .'. 1 ii 4 ,
( disqualified on account of being Inter- .
,; Change of 8oli ilule. ested in most of the oases that are to ::3. NEAR & TAYLOR, ,

Under the new schedule, which went come up for trial. States Attorney J. D. Fish and GallI
;, into effect on Tuesday, all through parlor Boggs I.> also in attendance. .art Artesian WellCONTRACTORS Oysters
and sleeping,: oar trains will be do One of the principal oases on the docket -_ ,
slgnatod by name and number, and they is that of Ex-County Treasurer ArthurT. : '
will run as follows until further orders: Feaster, who is charged with, embez ll 1=4 73 South Broad Street, ATLANTA, GA.

SOUTHBOUND. zling the county funds to the amount of 4'tth REFER TO: The Commercial Agencies, the Capital City Bank, Ilirscbbl'
$11,582.23. There aro five indictments Edison LaLande cell "V for Eau Gallic Fla. Paper Co. Atlanta Ga. The National Ga.;P
Train No. 23, Miami and Nassau Special type ; Bank, Kaiser & Bro.Brunswlck, '
all parlor cars, dally except Sunday. ugalnstFoaster.On Wednesday, the accused was before marine gas engine ignition. Guckenhlmer & Sons, Herman & Kayton, Eckman & Vetsburg, Savannah,
k A. Montgomery, Agent So. Express Co. Atlanta Ga.
'Passengers on this train will be required the Court, when the Indictment was lead ,
to pay parlor oar fare, In addition to to him, to which he ,pleaded "Not
surrendering regular first-class passage guilty." Defendant is prosecuted by
train will arrive at Titus-
ticket. This : States Attorney J. D. Beggs, of Orlando; ROCEEDGE-Plaza Hotel.
vllle at 12:00: p. m. i and Major St. Clair Abrams, of Jacksonville
\ Train No. 37, New York and Florida I ; and defended by Colonel Frank The "Ideal Hat Fastener.
Limited and New York and Florida -
Special, Jacksonville to St. Augustine, Pope, of M. Jacksonville Goldsmith of; this and County Attorney DO YOU EAT ORANGES f Do you want to see them In all' their glory; -on : :: :
place. > the trees in full form ? Do you want to pick them ?>> Then to Rock-
daily except Monday. Composed exclusively There has been considerable troubleIn grove go Bicyclists will find it a B I-1
of Pullman sleepers, and passengers ledge on the Indian River. The beautiful new Plaza Hotel the hotel. Come .
that has
will be to,pay Pullman selecting a jury not already and you will be pleased. Fishing-, sailing, driving duck hunting$ and shootIng .
", seat fare, in pass to surrendering formed opinion of this case. Thirty- alligators, all make up amusement for you while there. The table, ser- The most useful and salable invention out. No hat pins required for bat j
two examined to Wed. I
!4 regular rat-clans go ticket. jurymen were up vice, and social evenings at the Plaza have become famous. For the best our bonnets.
Train No. 1)0,1'alnl Beach and Miami nesday, and only four of them accepted. rates are returnable. s. H. PECK, Manager. Great inducements to agents.: Quick sales and large profits. Send for pat'1
, t i Limited All and Sheriff Joseph P, Brown again started ulars and chculrrs. Address, "I. II. F," No. 700 South Pryor St.,
1 cars, dally.for both sleepers Palm Beach, carries and south, Wednesday afternoon, to sum y3F"rates.HOTEL See.Mr. Chrlstlancy, representative, at Windsor Hotel, regarding rooms and 2EIF- Prompt attention given. v Atlanta, G a.
i mon twenty-five more, who arrived in
, ;" Miami. Sleeping cur tickets will be required ..
, Tltusvllle yesterday afternoon.The -::;:;-'
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of passengers on this train. Thin
train Is due at Titusvlllo at 12:41 a.. m. trial of Feaster commenced at
Train No. 33, Havana Mail, daily; carries 2:30: p. m yesterday afternoon, two more INDIAN RIVER ROCKLEDGE, FLA.
one parlor car from Jacksonville to jurors having been obtained from the 25 Chance of Life
Time
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that the 2:03 train from the a
Miami. Due at Titusville at 2:54; p.I m. came up on ,
The largest leading and best located hotel at this beautiful
Train No. 25, Palm Beach and Miami, south, making the six jurors required. resort.

dally except Suuday; carries parlor car Their names are as follows: G. B. Hall, 75,Rooms at $3.00 per day; 73 Rooms at $3.50 per day; 75 Rooms at fl.OO per
NO11T111IOUM Sharpes; A. Dyal, Cocoa; E. Spearman, day Special Weekly Rates.: '
City Point\ ; E. C. Walker, Woodley; A The only hotel at Rockledge with steam.beated halls .A magnificent property will be sold at t|
{ Train No. 74, Miami and Nassau Special M. Sample, Fort Pierce; and W. C. Braddock i and sleeping rooms. It.
runs only to St. Augustine; dally ex- Sebastian. : Electric light plant, elevator and orchestra. The perfection of cuisine and
,, copt Sunday All parlor car cars with The first witness called was Mr. John service. Naphtha launches. PLENTY OF ORANGES.
same requirements as for train No. 23. Henry, county treasurer, who was still S. PROSKEY.
I Passengers must not be sold parlor car on the witness stand when Judge Call .
i space to Jacksonville on this train and closed the court until \9:30: this (Friday) I GENUINE BARGAIN. I .
all passengers must be advised specifically morning. ANDREW LOSLEY.
that this train does not go beyond St The Judge is quite pleased to "get ...

;1 Augustine.Train No.Due 78, Havana at Tituevilleat4:04p.m.Mall, dally, one down had very to business little to do" as sluce he his say arrival he has in WATCHMAKER About eight acres of Grove In as fine condition as any on Indian' River, r

parlor oar. Miami to Jacksonville. Due Titusville. and JEWELER talnlng a comfortable six room Cottage, large Cistern, and the finest rae 1
$ i at Titusville at 3:08 p. m. A House In Brevard County.
Train No. 08, Palm Beach and Miami '
i Limited, dally. All 'sleepers, carries Crescent nod and Quo Club. Titusville, Florida Situated about mid-way between Rookledge and Cocoa; Convenient to'

r cars from Miami and Palm Beach. Same (CHAFFER'S DRUG STORE.) Churches, Stores, etc., of both.

1, .; requirements as for train No. 00.' Quite a jovial party representing the Having; been connected with some of the biggest watch and'clock factories In For further particulars, apply to ,>'. '
Train No. 26, Miami to Palm Beach, Crescent Rod and Gun Club, of Columbus Geneva
'\ Switzerland I am prepared to attend to all kinds of and ,
repairing olean- WALTER GOODYEAR
I dally except Sunday, carries parlor cars 0., who are on their seventh annual log; connected with watchea, clocks, Jewelry etc. If .
Train No. 30, New York and Florida outing, passed through Tltusvllle, Frl- send me ;your work ;you want a goOd job done' u 'Dept A..3 to 7 W. 20th St.t.

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