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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: February 3, 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
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17. NO. 93. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 18p9.\ \) PRICE, 5c. '

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OCAL NEWS tlr"BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc.-a nice as. F. W. BEERS, OF ST. AUGUSTINE, -A'letter received by Dr. Houghton, A ST. AUGUSTINE DANCE. diction U that Mr. Flaglcr will secure, It.It .

nortment at Screven's Drug Store, Fla., has the largest line of Bicyclesand yesterday, says that his son Frank., wife seems to be his purposo to extend his

Titusville. Sundries in the State. Write him and boy will leave the north for Titus string of hotel palace through Florida ,
[Topics of General Interest. for prices on new '00 models. ville on the mil' Inst. On Saturday last the editor of the An- mini Nassau' to the capital city of tho
VOCATE received the following Invitation Pearl of the Antilles
-Attorney Geo. M. Robbins left for -Mr. II. II. Richardson, of the Georgia : "Tho management of the Hotel

and General Gomlp In connection Eau Gallie yesterday. -Rev. E. E. Johnson, of Cocoa, has Southern Ry., was a passenger on AlcAzar requests tho honor of your presence The ADVOCATE Is told that Messrs.

i Biscayne Bay Lake Worth, Indian, cone to Mariana, where, he informed us, I the steamer St. :Sebastian, Wednesday, at a dance, to ho given In the hotel Anderson it Price, manager: : of the Or-

na and Halifax: Riven, Key Went -Several articles are left out of this he will take charge of the church.Mr. on his way down the river. parlors: Wednesday evening, Feb. 1st, mond, at Ormond, who have boon in
Issue for want of space nine o'clock." charge: of this hotel ever since It was
MM)
[ other Important Point alone the and his sister Miss at
all Bert Ivcs -Mr. W. F. Greaves, a well-known built
have made
Coast of Florida. Brief mention of -Mr. T. Gibbons, of Merritt, accom- La LlkeShakcapeatc, when he said "Till ow up good organization
; Gertrude, have returned to Grange railroad man from Atlanta, Ga., passedthrough
for this
Includes
Reason. Tho staff L. II.
eating Event from Various Parts panied by his cousin, was in town on from their visit to-tho Misses Hardoe at here ihyslo to 1 the dogs, wo throw up OUl'work
Wednesday morning, en
Wednesday afternoon, and bled Bingham as room clerk; A. I. Creamer,
About People You Know Wednesday.Mesdamps
lie World Rockled e. Miami. He will
You Don't Know- Picked onto to probably return ourselves off to tho Ancient Cltle (a cashier; Mills II. M. Sawyer; bookkeeper;

j People Editor and a large staff Jos. P. Vining and II. C. CHEW PIPER IIEIDSEICK TOBACCO, to-day. short distance of 118: mile), where the lisa M. I1. Clark, housekeeper; Henry

By Our Society scattered along the Morris, of Seabreeze and Daytona, were Smoke "Key West Cigars," or"Wheel- -General Freight Agent II. S. Keal- : management: of Hotel Alcazar received Towers, head waiter, and S. B. Pcttln-

porrenpoiidenU| Coast of Florida. visitors to Ormond on Wednesday.Mrs. ing Stogies," found at Crabb's, Cocoa. thofer, of the F.! E. C. R'y, U around the pink paper representative In a very gill, chef.

R. W. Goode, of Melbourne, -Mrs. Allen A. Alnslte,' of New York, again, after severe illness He accom- courteous and hospitable manner. This The Open Door In Florid: IH the title

will entertain the Social Club and friends Is now stopping with her 'mother, Mrs.II. panted his wife to the daucu at Hotel hotel, which has always been popular of a very handsome little folder that IH

THE ADVOCATE :it Hotel Bellevue on Tuesday, Feb. 14 J. Smith, at Rocklodge, where she Alcazar, St. Augustine, Wednesday: with tho traveling public, seems to !grown being distributed by Goo C. Howe, proprietor -

1.50 per annum, in advance. ([Valentine's Day). will remain the balance of the winter. night, and his friends were giving him popularity every year; and probably of the Howe system of East

,1.00 six months, h Mrs. Ainslie is the wife of a former hearty hand-sbakes. olio of the causes for It Is tho hearty re- Coast hotels, comprising tho Bucking-
who has officeto
.00 per an. to foreign countries. -Anyone a newspaper of Hotel San Marco St. contlon guests receive from the very hum at St. Augustine tho Holly Inn at
Augustine
: sell or lease should write to "W. E. manager -Supt. B. F. Dillon and wife, of Jacksonville obliging\ oillce stall on their arrival. We
and Hotel Majestic New York. Daytona, and the Hibiscus at Palm
here
; passed through
C'f'care of ADVOCATE Titusville. See yestel'd'Yren
1', Greaves
noted that Manager Joseph
Gladiola all Bench. On the outside In
E the famous Cigar; route south, Mrs. Dillon Informed ale depleted,
lers. 22-5t ad. on this page.Waveland -Mr., and Mrs.' C. Ainsworth, Mr. ADVOCATE that III again at the holm, and ho makes a colors, the old Spanish city gates at St.
an they
and Mrs. C. L. Ives Miss Laura Houston representative all-round steersman with cheery
and Sebastian items came good; Augustine, while on the Inside are variOlls -
lad been
fr. Wm. M. Brown left for Miami too late for this issue. Correspondence accompanied by Mrs. Walker, were ; Palm Beach to Daytona and Miami, and were but would on a tripto be word for everybody i Mr. Asa S. Loomis, Illustrations showing Mr. Howe's

onday.r. must reach this office not later than pleasant callers on the ADVOCATE, back in the metropolis by,Tuesday.Miss with his happy-looking countenance, is hotels and point of Interest at the resorts :,.
Wednesday. The former came on in his old place as chief of the
Geo. H. Howe, of Braintree, Wednesday afternoon: up again whoro'thoy aro located. i
Miami.r. the steamer St. Sebastian and returnedsame Emma Thursby, the well- ollico force, where ho heartily greets his
|, has gone to -Max Von Koppelow has returned to day. known singer of New York, who owns numerous northern friends on their ar- A dance, the first of time season, was

E. L. Brady, of this place, remade Titusville for the first Lime since he Blackstone property at Merritt, on Indian River, has I'lval.uTho First! Lord of tho Treasury given at the Hotel Royal Victoria last .
and Lorenzo
a trip to Nassau, N. P.Ir. joined the First Florida regiment. Max, -Mr. Mrs. boon, lost her $10,000 bird, which spoke five ," Mr. Arthur L. Marsh, Is nt his old Saturday evening, say the Nassau Guar-
of Norwich Conn. wbo have
like has been mustered out. dint,. A' number of citizens received t
many more, languages and imitated all manner of stand and has lost none of his dexterity
,
of "
and Mrs. F. M. Ironmonger, spending a few days at Hotel Alcazar: ,
themselves of
I invitations and availed
in Mrs. Fred W. Kettle of St. musical instruments. It was presented In handling/ the cash, for be ban ,
Bonville, are shortly expected Augus- it. Augustine, left yesterday, for Rock the of exceed-
the who to her by the Emperor of Germany, had many years experience with opportunity enjoying an
tine
was where
vH1e. among passengers ledge, they expect to spend a
passed through Titusville early Monday couple of weeks. Mr. Blackstone Is grandfather of the present ruler. Further the hotel system; then there are Mr, In/otlv/ pleasant evening. The hotel was
Arthur Lapham of Cocoa wasn McMmtilo the front clerk and trllllantlv lighted, and tho upper voran-
Ir. morning, en route home from a trip to owner of a cotton mill in the above city, particulars of this wonderful bird John II. ,
a day or so the first of the weal;. Nassau, N. P. and is enjoying a couple of months' va- will be given In our next Issue. Mr. James Gray, night clerk, two affable dab over tho pallor, where supper was
served looked attractive
who particularly ,
Chas. Davies spent from Satur- cation. They will\ visit Palm Beach and and obliging young gentlemen seem it
, ho union and and bong
stars
friends their charac jack stripes -
CHEW PIPER HEIDSEICK TOBACCO, to make by genial
with his wife in Jack- Miami before home.
ill Married
in Monday returning at SttiMrt.
In the decorations. The
:Smoke "Key West Cigars," or "Wheel- teristics. The ollico force Is said to bean conspicuous e
lie. ing Stogies," found at Crabb's, Cocoa. -Mr. J. G. Bennett, one of Indian excellent one, and the management music furnished by tho hotel orchestra
If yon need vegetable or flower seedy liver's well-known winter visitors, who Mr George McPherson and Miss Net- shows tact In Its selection. was lively and much enjoyed. Mr. Be-

kind, try L. Cameron, Bay street, -Dr. Harwood Huntington, of New is wn expert angler, writes us from New tie Blizzard were recently married at the The dance commenced at nine o'clock mis, tho manager of' the Royal Victoria,

Bonville. York, writes us that be will start next York as follows: "We 'expect to come residence of Mr. Robert McPhertion, Rev.: p; ID., and was led by the Inspiring was most tncigotlc In his efforts to entertain .

week on his annual vacation to the East down to Florida on the Florida Limited, Mr. Walker, of West Palm Beach, olllcl- strains of the hotel orcb'strlunder the his guests, and the hop was a decided -
Jr. Geo. E. Hill, one of Scranton'sprominent Coast of Florid lie will be accompanied
Wednesday, and stop off at New Smyrna atlng. oadcrshlp of Professor Slenker, and was success.
/ residents has arrived at
by his father the Rev. John T. and Ponce Park for a while to try the kept kept up until 11 o'clock) when the! Fred of Hotel Royal
Indianola where he Manager Sterry,
[ home at and
Conn.
inter Huntington, of Hartford, .
before to We and onlookers bountifully
going Rockledge. dancer
fishing wero
welcome visitor. Death of Lindsay Dougherty. merry I'ntnclana, Palm Beach, has just boon
aye a will remain south a few weeks.Mr. .
have had winter weather in with chicken salad ham
some severe
.....- supplied entertaining Mr. Frank! W. Towlo, "of
onto W. A. Coster, manager of Call and Mrs. W. R. Wadsworth and i New' York this season and I think we sandwiches, consomme, coffee, Roman London, England, In his usual Ion hommt

Club, spent a few days in town two boys, of Vicksburg, Miss, who have will enjoy the lovely Florida weather Lindsay Doiiarhorty; brother of MM. punch, claret cup, etc. Dancing was style Mr. Towlo Is assistant general

'reek, attending to business for ther. been on a visit to several places as far as when we get there. Please send the T. Browher.killed of this place, was accidentally lien; resumed and entered Into with con nanajrcr of the Midland railway and ,

Eden, returned to Titusville on Fridaylast ADVOCATE to New Smyrna." We are on board the steamer slderable gusto until past midnight, lotulx, one of the finest systems in England -
pleased to note that Miss Bennett will Berlin, while at her moorings( In when the of"Ho.ue Sweet Home"
and left for Lotus the following playing
and should Me.
terry ever come
be
is said to ;
) F. II. Houghton New York by the blowing out of a '
Mr.! Wadsworth is looking for a again coma south with her brother.Dr. terminated It. Towle
day. under tho of Mr.
the lot hospitable care ,
I a crack shot. Did you see cylinder head, on Tuesday last. Ills .
]lets he brought home from the place to settle on Indian River and Mrs. F. II. Houghton invited body is expected here today, in chargeof The hotel with parlor varicolored was beautifully incandescent decorated ho may look out for n right royal time,

? arrivals here this week a few friends-including an ADVOCATK and ilthcr In London or, elBow here. Mr.
aver trip, Among the ( his brother, Walter Dougherty, Intertwined with and
lights; evergreens; of
were Mr. Dudley B. Fay! one of Canaveral representative-to take a trip In their '.lie remains of deceased will probablybe 1'owlo's father U the general manager
Melbourne and beautiful
Helen Miller of with the numerously-tinted
Jiss ,
and visited Palm
the above railway ,
who launch Rowenar to the Haulover, the ,
Club's members, was accom- interred In the Titusville cemetery
eceived the appointment of schooler dresses worn by tho ladles, it presented Beach last This winter ho ha
first of the week when visits were paidto WllltOI'
panied by Dr. Bowen and Mr. John Barton this (Friday) afternoon. Dougherty
__.:I at... Bovine M'. where she is now do- of Boston. They sailed for the the fine orange grove and residence of wan formerly nn nmrlnnar_......___. on_n the Tnillnn .. quite Greavos-who a fairy-like Hcene of rho aunt his son over to study the hotel system ;
EUUU WUI&. Mr. and Mrs. T.-n. Crook .the Clubhouse Manager was one In vogue In this country. One of
clubhouse Shoals after and
at Chester shortly River steamers, was a very promising dancers in tho ball
most room-
filr. and Mrs. It. R. McCormick, who arriving on the train, Monday. Mr. etc. While at the Ilaulover, Mr. young man, only 23 years of age. here popular there and everywhere the ADVOCATE stall happens to bo a
trying
months in C. G. Burgoyne's palatial yacht The was shareholder In the above( groat system la
several known ,
been spending Alexander Cochrane, another well Ills sad death Is much regretted by all Ills best to make It pleasant for hjs nu.
delphia, write us that thai tbey ex- member, also arrived from Boston, 1on Sweetheart, with Mr. and Mrs. Burgoyne those who know him. of whom there about England.
id to leave for Cocoanut Grove ont Wednesday and sister on board, hove iu sight and morons and guests, he succeeded were Is word Hotel Plaza! Rockledgo, I II now doing
to
1.10 no
| instant. anchored for a short time. By In vita- ; nay a good business under the management; ,
-The mere suggestion of "Latest tlon of Mr. and Mrs. Burgoyne our party Wanted for It. The dance was grand success, all formerly, of Mr S. II. Peck, who Is 1
Ir. and Mrs. Chas. B. Judd and Parisian Fashions" should alone be suf- boarded this handsome yacht and were and Mr. Greavos ban been highly com well known tho
so as, controlling: spirit
|Jesse Cady, of Grand Rapids, Mich., ficient to capture the attention of the kindly shown over her, as well as being plimented for entertaining his friend In of the Arlington hotel, at Petoskoy,

been spending a few dhys in town, lady reader of the ADVOCATE; but thatit hospitably entertained. The building To buy,or, lease, newspapor*and job so excellent a manner.TITUSVILLE Mich., In glimmer time Rockledgo Is ,

bard the schooner Queen. They are may not escape their notice, we take and fitting up of The Sweetheart has office In small, progressive town-East once morn In its glory, the splendid orange -

|cruise down the East Coast. pleasure in directing their attention to been referred to in previous issues of the or West Coast Address, SOCIAL CLUB. groves (the IInest In Florida) being

ITe are glad to see that Mr. J. A. i the advertisement of "Millinery and ADVOCATE; but upon a personal exam- 'i ,"W. E. C," well laden with fruit this year. The

|lace, whose courtesy to passengers Dressmaking," by Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds ination, she certainly exceeded our ex care ADVOCATE office, of ground. of tho Plaza have been im-

on for himself much popularity, is on 8th page. pectations. Mr. BurgoyAe had just run 23.2 Titusville, Fla. form At a called social club meeting In Tltusvlllo those willing Monday: to proved, and tho hotel itself is resplendent

purser of the Florida East Coast -Mr. Harry Dlsston, of Philadelphia, down from Daytona, and returned the evening a Mr lea M. Robblns was, votedto ID bright new coat of paint. A

[steamer Miami.-Nassau Guardian. a son of the late Mr. II. Disston, the same day. He informed us he would Wanted, n Local Agent the chair, and Mr. W, E. Young as new system of waterworks, with a tankof
I world-known saw manufacturer, has soon soon run down to Indian River, and 0,000( gallons capacity, has been installed
udge R. M. Call, having closed cir far Miami. With electric secretary pro teni. Several subjects ofInterest
himself at Palm Beach probably go as as by Mr. Peck about ono-lialf milo
\court on Friday afternoon last, left been during enjoying the past week or so. Mr. Disston, lights and every other convenienceon At every shipping point on the Indian were discussed\, mo. ,and con, From the hotel; and many other Improvement

Jacksonville early Saturday morning who Is one of our subscribers, is accompanied board, Mr. Burgoyno has a yacht that River to represent a first-class Plttsburg' and the following member were Installed have been made in the hotel and
ow miss the judge's genial coun- he feel proud of. It will surprise commission house. as officer for tho ensuing year:
his sister Mrs. Sidney Carpenter may ground
ace around the lobby of the Indian I Il' by D. Car- some of his New York friends when they Box 240, Geo. M. Robbins, president'
hotel. and her son, Master Henry Miami Fla. Chas. II. Walton, vlco-presldont The Hotel Royal Victoria was lighted
penter, of Philadelphia. they are a ,! see it. By-the-way, The Sweetheart was 'W. S. Brannlng, secretary and treasurer by electricity for the first time on Wednesday
We with thanks re- and trio ,ind are makIng christened by Miss Helen Foote, of needles state
[ acknowledge, very blight jovial Directors: James Prltchard, Guo. M. night, and It Is to
"i of two pamphlets from Dr. Yocum, many friends at Palm Beach. Cleveland, O., one of Daytona's charm- Eggs: : for Hatching.: Robbins Chas II. Walton, W. S. limning that the eilect was most pleasing, says

i City, entitled "Diseases of the To- who has been Ing young winter visitors; and a dickey anti James Harper the Nassau Guardian, of the :21st ult.
Judge M. S. Jones, bird whispers to us that the name was
b" and""Insect Enemies of Tobacco down at his grove, Klondlke, west of St. given in honor of theowuet"s estimablewife. I White Plymouth Rocks, exclusively, Among those who have become members Many portions were attracted by the
orlda. They are full of interest Lucie for about two weeks, returned to as white as snow, yellow legs and beaks;; -In addition to the above-aio the Illumination and enjoyed the privilege

eading matter to the farmer. 4. u'_ Hf.vj1n,, ant *.. Tfn la \ nits nnt.h.vnvmiTiiistic .... hnv eyes' tho hunt winter-layers! the following: Wm. M.'Brown. E L. Bradv.. allowed by Mr. Bomli, the_ manager! ofInspecting
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Miss Uesbie Smith left Uockledge, tOWn over it, having planted out over For Charter. I bout for t table use;(the handsomest; fowl. D. B. Pritchard, L.A.. Brady, W. E.Voungs tho light. Time dining room

|uesday, for Patterson, N. J., where 1,000 mange trees, half-an-acre In eggplants / Guaranteed true to name, strictly fresh, I.. C. Tinning, M. I S. Jones. III! boauflfully lighted, and with the tint-
and arrive In best order !t E. Mlms jr. C. R. !Stewart! W. ed wall and furnishings, presents an appearance -
*as called by hor sister. whose hus- quarter-aco ia tomatoes etc., on to jr., : ,
i is quite ill., Miss Smith informed this fine body of land. The place Is In Schooner rigged: houseboat. Cruiser. Address, II, FIUKDLANDER, R. Watson, C. C. Curtis, Chas. F. Williams that I I. gratifying to the eye.

ADVOCATE representative that she charge/ of his son, Wade, who has been Has fine rooms; new; 'draft Inches. Interlachen, Fla. Arthur Brown, J. L.,Wright, Jos. In the halls, also, In which palm treed

[Id not return to Hoc ,ledge this making considerable improvements on Terms very ,reasonable. For particulars! P. Brown, J. M, Osban. are scattered here and there, the light
/ address apply on board to the owner held In the has a brilliancy which I II admliod by the
Ier, which will be much regretted the property, which Is said to be entirelyfree or Another meeting wait Opera
ier many friends on Indian Uiver. flora frost. The judge now has a S. E. STEARNS, To Fishermen and Sportsmen. house last night, for the purpose of ap- observer. Altogether It may bo said the
of employed making a good West Palm Beach. pointing committees, collecting InItiation/ Royal Victoria 1 Is up to date In every 10-
|On Wednesday last, the first meetof force men which is feus etc. A* there will be Home business spect, and that Its manager evidently
,
road out to his orange grove, \ E. V. Hall, of Cocoa, has a :'tO-foot alt
the Ladies' Reading has tho comfort of his guests In view
Octagon of Importance to transact on Monday
one of the finest in that section. Itockledge' Indian River, launch and rowboats on,the Upper St.
K. Ken- the time.
was held at Mrs. Chas. evening next, all the above member
Johns river, near Cocoa and Rockledge
Is. Refreshments were served, and Has one of the most attractive and Every convenience for fishing parties are partlculaily! requested to be at the Col. B. W Wrenn, of tho Plant Sy-

t report having had an enjoyable time with Naphtha Launch for Sale. best-stocked stores on the East Coast of Best of tiahlni; reasonable term*. Writeor Opera house at seven o'clock aharp.Dou't tetn has Jut sent to the ADVOCATE office j i
A. liarrelle who is
staying
Florida. You can find everything you call upon the owner at Cocoa. Rome very attractive-looking folders e,
{daughter, and a leading member of Twenty-one feet lung) ; Gas Power and need there. Fitting out cruising parties entitled, "Florida Resort Along the

club, will not,be here all the winter. Engine Co's. engine. In good condition. a specialty. ,,- Plant System." It I I. most handsomely

Will sell at a bargain. OEO. N. HATCH, Propr. "Sam Perkins lit Dyeing Buy a Hat, gentlemen, until you have gotten up, and I III a model of typographical 1
We Do Not Control Address II. 'S., seen ours. They are the latest. neatness and beauty. The folder
In ADVOCATE, Tltusvllle. I Gentlemen' clothing Cleaned, pressed GARDNElt & W AI.KIII. contains numerous Illustrations of the

11 I the blankets in town, but we havee For Sale, and repaired. Dyeing In all its branches.Old Plant System hotel and scenes about
made look
to
clothing to equal new.
we are offering at low prices. on Bicycles them, Including descriptive matter. An-
very Escape
need prices from Jan. 24th to Feb. A Narrow At Lotus, on Merritt Island, Fla., 10 AH order by mall or express: promlttyattended AMONG THE HOTELS., other feature that will make the folder

inclusive. acres, all cleared and planted with to. PrIces low. Work good. very attractive and valuable Is a chronol

GAKUNKK & W Af.KER. Between Cocoa and Rockledge; was orange trees, pineapple and all kinds of Satisfaction guaranteed.SAM WUICIIIC to stop. See lilt of hotel on ogy of the Spanish-American war, giving
averted one night this week by both tropical fruit; artesian well, piped, 600 PERKINS, Cleaner and Uyer.'fltusville our 7th and 8th page the date of the Important happenings,

parties smoking Crabb's "Wheeling feet; large modern: house, with bathrooms Fla. with picture of the commander of the
For Sale Cheap. Stogies." Price $1.05 per 100. ; nearly new- 10 year In Sanford, Fla. The ADVOCATE I II now on file, at al army and navy, a* well as of various
t the best hotel In New York city.
write to The folder
and the
25 Apply or scene, war ships. '
>rulsing,13 beam sloop draft"Why 18 inches.Not, length Roomy For Sale Cheap. MRS. THOMAH GlUtEN, Visitors to St. Augustine Mr Sidney Halgh, a former popular will undoubtedly be highly/ prized bytourists 1.
'
,
; 0 Lotus, Fla. manager of The Colonnade, City HeluII.tul as a souvenir of Florida and of
Q bunks and tanks. LayingTitusvllle -
| water
ha leased The Traveler hotel, Jucl the war a* well. They 'may be obtained
in charge of Capt Neilson, boat partly furnished, schooner Will find that the carriage: of John i wish him this office send two-cent
Party Choice Store Property for Sale, aonvllle. We every success. at by calling, or
horn for all trains. Parties taken for
particulars.
apply rigged, 7 tons burden. Boat Is at West Irvin meet stamp to pay postage to any part of the
drive Write or ask for Mr. Homer (h Ills, formerly partner
Empty Fish Barrels for Sale. Jupiter Address N. R. FlTZIIl-'OH With five acres good land, two in JOHN IRVIN, of Mr, Robert 'Murray, nf Hotel 1'onco United State or Canada. .

West Jupiter, Fla. pineapples; good building with tenement; St. Augustine, Fla. de Leon, St. Augustine U shortly ex The "Advocate."
|ddress, WALTER A. MOORE, over store; general merchandise stock, peeled down from New York, on a visitto
S. C., delivery wagon row and sail boat; -
8 Mr
George St. Charleston Murray.
RIVER ADVOCATE U
Fine Lunches. steamboat landing with warehouse'well Titusville Laundry. The INDIAN on
Dialog -- established and only store In good;; 1 'A cable dispatch from Havana report ale at the following new- tands, at live

If need a good chop, steak of any- community; store and postoffice outfit Mr*. Geo. Cock, of Titusville, I II now that Mr. Flagler ha offered 1400,000 fir cent per copy :

you else in the eating line, do not fall, complete; price low; title, perfect. Address prepared to do laundry work of every the Taeon theatre property, In that city, 'J.ttunllle-Fl'ed S. Chaffee.
jhen fail thing
visiting Macon Ga., do not with the Idea of J. B. Screven.
when in St. Augustine, to go to the the owner, description. All work guaranteed. putting a magnificenthotel
Nl at Isaac's popular dining rooms, Cathedral Place Lunch & Oyster Rooms, A. J. OLDS, P. M., Leave your washing at G. Y. Duren'i on It. ,The owners, however, ,,wan St. -gulltine-llotel Alcazar

ire you can obtain all the delicacieshe close to the poitoffice. Waveland, Brevard Co., Fla. corner store, opposite ADVOCATE office. 1000,000 for the property; still, the prc Jacksonville-Windsor hotel.
season at very reasonable prices.

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Into operation on February 1st. Tberegulations Jensen.Too Working Night and Day. I GEORG MARX. JOHN )fAkt1V.IAR

Humor in the Blood and general make-up of this Tbe busiest and might lent little thing

I tariff are along the lines of that recentlyput [ late for last Issue.] that ever wa made is Dr Kings New SRO@'Wholcsale
Into In Cuba that Life Pills. Every pill Is a sugar-coated
operation except The receipts of the dance for the benefit globule of health, that changes weakness Dealer In
I. Caused Creat Dl.tres. -Could Not at a whole the rate of duty will be about
of tbe town hall swelled the fund to Into strength, listlessness Into energy,
Rest at Night Children Had 15 per cent. ad valorem, or 10 per cent. the amount of 12. brain-fag Into mental power. They're GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE...
Bolls but Hood'a Cured."I less than the Cuban tariff. wonderful in building up the health.
Commodore and Mrs. Sewall, of Sew. Only 25c per box. Sold by F. S. Chaffee.
WM troubled with humor, which The president had placed before him 131 and 133 East flay Street slide and 8 Newnun Street,
alls' Point visitors In I
broke skin and caused me to were pleasant
out on my by Secretary Gage a form of executive
much dUtresi could not rest at night. I order fixing the ratio between native town on Monday last. Charlotte A corruption of the old J'aokaoD.Vn10 i'lorid:

I wai advised to try Hood's SaruparilU, Porto Rican silver and the money of the The next Improvement that should be English word cbarlyt, which means a
f" I and since taking a few bottle I have not United States. The ratio of the peso made Is to have Park avenue shelled and dish of custard, and charlotte russe is ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THEWe t
been troubled with impure blood. I J be* Russian charlotte.
to be tbe beat will be sixty cents to the dollar of American several street lamps set up along'the
lieve Mood's Sariaparllla
I avenue from the depot to the river. for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes
are headquarters and
blood purifier that can be obtained. L. money. > How's This! COif t
I B. PKTTEWAY Wllllston Florida. H. D. Yoke spent Saturday and Sun guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed l1i
,, ,
I with his and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
day family, returning to Hobo your Oranges .
My children were troubled with bolla. TO MAKE CUT FLOWERS
f .
Sound on Sunday night. We are sorryto We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward MARX BROTHERS
I I tried numerous remedies without giving LAST. learn that he has been suffering froman to any cane of Catarrh that cannot be Jacksonville' 'J
I I I We Sell to Dealers.
them relief, but after they had rar- only
any attack of la grippe. cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. ,
taken a few bottles Hood's SarsaparllU Toledo O.
the bolls dlflgDoeared. We hare taken Flowers properly treated can last'and The new eras HfflitB were Given a trial F.,"L J. CHENEY.,. h_ _&__'CO"_L_"Props...___ ,.__.__ ,11 ,.
t. Ve IHC nay" IIUUTTU r. "
i Hood's since then and look well even after six weeks, thus'taking In the ball on the night of'the dance, for uDoenllglleu the last 15: and believe
Sarsaparilla always and Cheney years, o :s: .s. s LvM &: Co
were celtalnly a
success. They are .
from them their and
only in all business
keep it on hand and have no fear of the reproach, Just the light needed for this climate him perfectly honorable ,
1' boils returning." MBS. A. J. E. BRYANT, rendering them possible pleasures for giving a clear light without any heat. transactions, and financially able to carry DEALERS IN -

Lakeland, Florida. Remember the poorest Every night take them out out any obligations made by their firm. F.1n.e Wines an.d. Xjlca.-u.or
West & Truax, Wholesale druggists,
I 9 Sarsaparilla- of the vases and thoroughly rinse the If irritable, out of sorts, depressed inspirits Toledo. O. .
417, & 410 W.
H ood S stalks under the tap removing with the have a dull headache, take a few aiding, KInnan & Marvin, Wholesale u Hay St.,

i fingers any decomposed matter. Then doses of Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine druggists, Toledo, O. JACKSONVILLE, ", FL
|
Is the One True ISIood Purifier. All druggists. for quick relief.
Hall's Catarrh Cure l is taken internally -
Trice, $11{ sis for f 5. Get only I1ood'l.tfoods place them to bed for the night In a basinof
# the blood and
acting directly upon
1 the best after-d nner strong soapsuds. Be careful not tallow LEARN TO SAY NO when a dealer offers mucous surfaces of the system. Price, During the 'Coming y it]

PillS pi,,,, ,dAre dlgesUoD. 250.M any water to touch the blossoms, you something "juat as good" In place of 75c per bottle. Sold by all druggists. 'J"" r 1800,
as this only fades them. The soapsuds Hood's. Sarsaparilla. There can be no Testimonials free.Blancmange '
supply a certain amount of nourishment.In substitute for America's greatest medi Will be enjoyed when Eej

the morning rinse the stalks under cine.Hood's means literally white passes the cheering bumps
- i Pills cure nausea, sick head- e -' l
water again and as each blossom is adhe food; hence chocolate blancmange is good old Wines, Whiskies
( arranged biliousness and all liver ills. Price i
ADV0ATEr for the day in the vase of fresh 25 cent i something of a misnomer. y ; Brandies, or warming Rump :

water off-the when made from our velvety
r 1iiA snip tiniest possible portion -- }
of the stalk with a pair of scissors. d I '' and high grade Lewis 1806rj((j \
Jtir4yi
1 I Always carefully trim away any faded key. "Fill the bumper fair
portion. Food for the day Is suppliedby "Hurry Up and Dig the Nicaragua Every drop we sprinkle

) AW? sulphate ,of ammonia, a small quantity Canal," ['WSJ S i0ryai I lll Smooths O'er the brow away of a wrinkle care "

JI -k of which can be bought from the
-' q1 John Bull says to Uncle Sam, "I will
chemist for a"few If
,J pence. he knows
"
help you all I can. Any one that wants to
ifK his business he will be able to tell you build stores, houses, cottages or fences we

'l J that sulphate of ammonia contains all will aid by selling them lumber, shingles, UTIPS."

1 t I I Itt the properties of good manure for keepIng laths clap-boards, flooring, brick and lime
by quoting them prices that will enable r The word tip means different tkj
tbe blossoms alive. A few
II drops In them to do it at a figure that no one can i 6 different places. In a barber chili
t .l ? if r Tet dlt I each vase is quite sufficient, Indeed, if r make such a close estimate on in this k } / :
lilrp
y l ; restaurant it. is "a gratuity" given I
li
you use the soapsuds at night, as well as town.

t4" I' Il ll II the sulphate of ammonia in the day BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO., ?f \ extra good service. Another kind f II" ''I "
tip is a "straight tip. That's bit
; a
i'i I ? some intervals must be spent by the .L St. Augustine Fla. .
*3 flowers in nothing but clear, cold water.It friendly advice, and that's what we J
is giving you when we tell you to try J
possible to kill with kindness, re
!>i beer. If are in the business
member. Put the flowers at night into ... you
some dark, cool place, say a scullery or ESTABLISHED 1880. if you are not, drink it. It is made f fn Irj

nantrv.- ." an It Is not rood._ either un _fur__ the___ = the purest materials, and we guam
flowers or the household that they should it to be perfectly pare..Pra.c. .
j Bond Lumber Co. ,
NEW WEST INDIES
TARIFF. remain altogether In the living rooms. ., 1517.

r To revive flowers put them into warm
Duty on Some of the More Important Halt Manufacturers of and Dealers in Address
water, to which has been added a ,
Article Named. few drops of sulphate of ammonia. To G. MULLER & CO.,
The following are some of the of LUMBER; LATH SHINGLES, FLOORING SIDING CEILING
more keep a spray arranged: flowers, place Jacksonville, Fla
important articles, named in the new on 'damp cotton wool under a basin. Agts for Acme Brew ing C
tariff and rates of duty for all of tbe This keeps I the air away and preserves Mouldings Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange Acme Brewing Co., Macon, Ga.
and Crates. We solicit .
Vegetable
' West Indles\; fixed: thereon by President the blossoms. The fragile, delicate correspondence.Saw

,1 McKinley. Importations from the maidenhair fern is best treated in this Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at

United States ,are dutiable like other way.-Philadelphia Ledger. DeLand and Titusville.

l' commodities. The metrical system of Magnolia Grocery...

r weights and measures is in 'use In Porto GOLD Is of no value when health is H. A. HODGES. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in

Rico: in danger. What's of more value ?>> ...

Poultry, live or dead, net weight, 3 Pratt's up-to-date tablets will break up MANUFACTURER OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
cents per kilogram. a cold in one day, and for constipationand _
The following rites are based 100 biliousness and all malarial troubles, ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
upon It has no equal. mall Butterlne
4 By prepaid for 2c.; 14cts. per pound
kilograms: Pratt ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads Fruit and Vegetable Crates
Medicine Co., Station B, Chicago, Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please)(
IJcof, brine or salt, net weight, $1.25; 111. Send for sample. Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building in
pork, brine or salt, net weight, $1.2;i any part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. The saw mills are locatedat 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
; Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any Telephone No. 255.Photo .
lard, net weight, $1.70 tallow not Itcd Hot From the Gun
;
part of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES Buffalo,Bluff Fla.
t weight, $1.20; bacrjn, net weight $2.40; Was the ball that hit G. B. Steadman,

ham, net weight SIl.DO: ; jerked beef, net of Newark Mich., In the civil war. It

weight $2.50; beef, canned, net weight caused horrible ulcers that no treatment We Supply Co.
the
BOYDELL
had helped for 20 years. Then Bucklen's Carry BROS. PAINTS
$3; beef, fresh, net weight, $2.70; mutton Arnica Salvo:; cured him. Cures cuts, .. .

fresh, net weight, $2.70; pork fl'esh. bruises, burns, bolls, felon, corns skin
net weight, $2.40; butter and olcomargerino eruptions. Best pile cure on earth. 25c. Have sold ont all our OLD STOCK and received a Fresh 'V '
$1.20 cheese a box: Cure guaranteed. Sold by F. S. AGENTS EASTMAN KODAK fl
3 J ; net weight, $3; salt ChaiTeo druggist. SnoDlv ofLumber
''
LL cod and stock' fish, gross weight 50

.I cents; herring, pickled, smoked, saltedor only house' In Florida devoting its time to l\\

marinated net weight $:S; oysters of With the assistance of the latest machines Hardware and Paints KODAKS.The: .

all kinds, and shell fish, dried or frohh, a piece of loather can be transformed SPECIALTY-Developing and Printing.

gross weight, 50 cents; eggs $3; l'll'e. into a pair of boots in thirty-four ,
Give
us a Trial. No trouble
husked or n'ot. 00 cents; wheat, net minutes, In which time it passes through Or anything in the line of / to answer questions.

weight, CO cents; corn, net weight, 18 fifteen machines. Building Material 51 King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

cents; rye net weight, :21 cents; bailey, or House Furnishing goods, Tinning or


i 1'; 21 net cents weight; wheat, :HO Hour cents, ;flj oats; rico, net Hour weight$1,; The descent Plumbing, do' not fail to write IANIER & LANE MUSIC C Cl

corn Hour, net weight, $loat; flour net is certain from ,
weak lungs, EDWARD:
STZLIHG
weight 72 cents; alcohol, per hectoliter, lingering:

$J4) ; condensed milk, 10 percent, ad vnlormcu. coughs, throat ,
11 troubles or "THE BRICK STORE"
and
Brandy all compound
/
4 spirits not especially mentioned. In bronchial affections COCOA, Xn.c1.l.an.: Rivor: FLA. Malcolm Love Fischer Manier & Lao

casks, hectoliter $21; In bottles or flasks, through ing lungs bleed.toconsumption --,- ,

hectoliter, $31 I; rum, in casks, hectoliter, SAW AND I'LANJNO MILLS,

r.i $18; whiskies, in casks hectoliter $10; k if the firststages 1'nlatka. Fla. JACKSONVILLE E. nay St., Foot: YARD of Catherine. PIANOS
are
wines, sparkling liter,; 85: cents. Liquorsand lected Thousands neg. -

cordials: In casks or similar of
receptacles I peo- WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
pie who are now in their would
graves be
I'+ liter 18 cents; in bottles, liter, alive and well to-day if they had heeded WATERLOO KIMBALL ORGANS
..
3U cents. Wines, other: In casks or the first warnings of those troubles which "
Manufacturers of .
lead
to consumption and death. J -
similar receptacles hectoliter $4.50; In The hacking cough,
spitting of
bottles, hectoliter, $13. Beer and cider: weak lungs, and all similar troubles blood of the Lumber Lowest Prices ; Easy Term*

Malt liquor, in casks, hectoliter $3.30; con.umptioDL.if organs of breathing they, will are not surely already lead the to *, Cypress Shingles, and Laths #

f malt liquor in bottles, hectoliter, $3.00; signs of It. When there are the other indi Lam' Write for Catalogues.

cider hectoliter, $1.00 Horses and such cations of the approach of consumption A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles,

mares: Above standard height, each $20; lug away as night-sweats 01 flesh from, bad emaciation nutrition, or, which wast, lath and pickets always on band, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress MANIER A LANE MUSIC COMPANY,

1 other $10; mules $10; asses, $1 ; oxen, if Ninety-eight neglected, lead to certain death. : mouldings of all patterns a specialty. 24 Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Fla.

$4; cows, $:.1.50; bullocks, calves and weak lungs, bleeding per cent lungs of ,all lingering the cases and of When at home write us for prices; when up our way come and see us. : ..

heifers $3; pigs, $1; sucklings 50 cents; obstinate coughs, and other bronchial and -
l sheep and goats $1 bricks throat diseases, which have been treated EASY RIDING
; of clay, not with Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov __
_
glazed for building purposes per squsle have been cured by it. Do not wait .
i) ((10x10 feet), $1.50; slabs or conduits of All unto your throat. trouble becomes serious. HOUESEEKERS All the time and speed when you
I bronchial and throat troubles are seri ." .. want it is a great feature of
clay cement or btouoware
gross weight ous. The time to take the Golden Medi-
100 kilograms 50 cents cal D>covery" is right at the start.
1 ; cast iron in The :Bea:
liven
. if
throat :
' I your trouble has been
tingBicycle.
it pigs gross weight, 100 kilograms, 10 neglected until it has been ..-
pronounced Who
4 cents; iron, soft or wrought In ingots or pulmonary disease or consumption, do not are Seeking a Home in the South should send to the undersigned! for a Here
hesitate to use the "Golden are some Keating points for
of
theFlorida
"tochos steel Ingots 100 kilograms Medical Discovery copy your consideration:
for thousands of letters from the -
I gross weight 34 cents. Wrought iron sufferers themselves, who are now well, The Frame makes
I or steel rolled: Halls gross weight, 100 bear evidence that the "Golden Medical ,. itSTRONG..
Discovery will
cure even after good East Coast'
kilograms, $i.24; bars of all kinds 80 sicians have pronounced the disease phy pul Homeseeker. The Construction makes it

cents; bars ot all kinds and crucible monary consumption .
with DURABLE.The
bronchitis for ,
- steel, gross weight, 100 kilograms 1.40; enlty..nawriiemituSirr.. Orllo O'iUn Boa se'114
', cutlery of all kinds Fergus Falli OtterUtl Co.i Minn ''in the first Bearings give
kilogram 40
cents; place I had core }doctored with itSPEED.
differ Trucking
sewing 10 eat phyilcUni and took various medicine We have ,lands for Fruit Growing Tobacco .
machines per cent, ad valo got BO relief. I r l.rd from but Growing, and for
rem. Petroleum and other mineral oils, Icrp substance aad like the white of an my egg.throat Could a picky not Winter and Summer Homes Climate the healthiest in the United States The Double Roller Chain
rectified or refined, intended for illumination not live had made up ray mind that I would > -fcwrawB. MAKES IT FLY'
through the
wiuter. I took Dr. Pierce's Apply to
; benzines, gasoline and mineral scription Golden Medical' DUoovery and Favorite Pre t s Up hill, down hill, on the tour, road or track

oils not specially mentioned; vaseline, to see not that felt Itwe.abetter: n I took In a eight few day bottle beganhave I JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner It haS No 6'
g. w, 100 kilograms $... thnc medlcUet.as"wtf la year a* since using I Send for Catalogue. Equal.

:. The new tariff for Porto Rico went UnfaUable--Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet : FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, :
for constipation and : jJ< KEATING WHEEL
biliousness. ; COMPANY
: < .
,",., :? i ,. ST., AUGUSTINE, FLA. ,
Middletown
I Conn.
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATK, FEBRUARY 3, 18 9ofossional 3



Cards. of setting must be pushed backward EXCURSIONS OVER THE J., FOR
$ .
x.20.
'The earlier the plants are in the ground, T. & K, W. RAILWAY .

ROBBISS. WALTER 8.Giu HAM. Boils after the'danger of front is over, the bet -
Sent to ns by Express postoffice order or Now York Exchange, we will
)INS & GRAHAM, ter. The growth Is healthier the danger A rate of one and one-fourth (IJ) fare send! you by 1< IIII'\"Ll| CHARES PUF.PAII,

from Insects less. The last of February -
to respective places of meeting and FOUR FULL
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, or the first of March Is probablythe QUARTSOf
return in hereby authorized for the following -

illoUBs:-From 10 to 12 a. m., Old Running Sores best time In the latitude of Tampa conventions: the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old

and 2 to 4 p. m.sv1LLE (Orlando Itarlow, etc., and south of this

:, Brevard Co., Florida. an even earlier setting will be preferable.For NATIONAL MILITARY CONVENTION, Calhoun Pure

Iractlce x,108. In aU the Itching, ScralclriugEczema au autumn crop the later It can be Tampa, Fh., Feb. 8-11, 18W.\ Rye WhiskeyVr
CO\1rte-etate and fed Sell Feb. 7, 8, and I>; final limit Feb
In and have time to mature the better.
kl facilities for examining and perfect- 13,18W, for return. r.hlnnri.AIX| PACKAOESanmarks to Indicate, content which will' avoid nil com-
titles. Then; too, as to fertilization. The inenu When you cot It and ten It, If It In I not uli .f&ctory, return It at Ot'It EXPENSE and
one great need of all South Florida soils HAPTIST STATE CONVENTION, your *."20 will be ('\It'tIrrllllyl'trulul..I. ThUVhlkey In M 10mlllil any IS 00 Rood in the market.
We ate clone at hand ant con give you UUICKKH DKI.IVKHY: : than distant home. We haft
L. GAULDEN is potash. The tobacco soils of Gads- 1'ensacola, Fla., Feb. 8-12, 1St}!): been doing business In thin. 1'11'1' ami at the name stand for over 15 YKAII.H, and an. to our HKS-
j X8HULITY: AND REPUTATION for honest dealing, wo refer you to any merchant here, or to
den, Leon and other northern countiesof Soil Feb. 7 and 8; final limit Feb. 14, the editor of thin I'a..er.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, the semi-piedmont region contain 1809, for return. SOLOMON A: LEVI,

practice In all the Conns of the State generally from two to three times as Rate of one ((1)) first clans faro to respective lfh3! WM: First Avenue,

|da, and the United States Courts.x Jofldjoison, much )potash as do those of the lowbr places and return Is hereby authorized I'. O. Box No. (M. BIRMINGHAM, ALA.

,235. TITUSVILLE, FLA. peninsula. All this must be consideredin for the following occasions
.. XUTF.-We pay .: ">Mt'hrwlt011|: I1"1'1" rearheil by "HOITTHEUX. EXPRESS ('o r. i
Money Loan. lg Lions Ialr,,Vnre ThroaQ. Aw' open HI"D.h.Hru. any proper system of fertilization. Of I'ANY," but to pnlntson| lines of other K'rt'I'tII8' i foniiianlw\ we prepay only tn iwlntu where
htlffnesa' PUetUlea end tJ..r; of the l.kln, HARD ORAS AT NEW ORLEANS, LA., Southern Express Company transfer to said other Kx: |'n>m Company. I
of the J0 Ute, Uheumata.m
course the progressive tobacco
Sons 1'afne, etc.Ulcers, grower MOBILE AND BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
GOLDSMITH, will raise the larger of his own
part Sell Fell. 7 to 13, inclusive; final limit
Scrofula nitrogen by means of velvet beans cowpeas
Feb. 28, 1800, for return. You can Save Money !
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, etc. If, by liberal applications of

Running Sore EyesAre potash and phosphoric acid, a heavy ANNUAL CONVENTION OF STOCKMEN OF .

ille, Florida. growth of these' leguminous plants can FLORIDA, -- -- --- --

cored ty be secured and turned under late In the Kissimmee, Fla., Feb. 7-8, 1800.

BOTANIC BLOOD BALM (B. B. B. previous autumn, the ground will be In Sell Feb. 4, i ft, and OJ; final limit Feb lay Son.ca.lia.8: : : : to; -

J, WEBB, T/if Great Blood Remedy. the best possible condition for tobacco: 10, 181)\\), for return. .

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW crop. The subsequent fertilization must G. D. ACKEULY, ds:.c.s. ::0. :JeOvoSr:: :!;., I ILOTUSFLonXDA
Th above named disease are all due to dig. be determined by soil conditions. The
eased germs; floating around In the blood. These General 1'asscngcr Agent.Women's .
practice In the Courts of the -7tht. germs make their appearance on the I body at the only safe rule Is to put on at least half I
Taxes paid for non-residents point of least resiance. Lotions anti salves II
more of fertilizer rich In
ints and accounts collected. may help temporarily but to effect a cure the some good I
poison must be got out of the Wood! ,and that Is potash, than you think the crop needs or complexions depend for FOR QUOTATIONS ON !
l"le, Florida. why B. H.It.-liotanlc Blood Halm-cures. beauty! upon Digestion. Dr. M. A. Simmons -
I B. B. literally drives the poison which pro your pocket or conscience will justify. Liver Medicine regulates the stom- '

I, and duces body blood, leaving diseases the) out flesh of as the pure blood as, a bones new You will probably get It all back and ach, liver and kidneys and secures tho crate Material. I

FRIES, C. E. born bahe'g,and leaves no bad after effects. It more when the returns come in. blessings: of good digestion."d0N'T Seeds Fertilizers &
Is this kind of a cure that counts. It cures to ,
COUNTY SURVEYOR. stay cured. NORMAN Itoiuxsox. ...... ,
Scrofulous Poison of the Blood. TELL THEM WHERE

I legally surveyed and subdivided.ng Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) cures all Scro- Millions Given Away.It YOU FOUND ME." Dealer In Fancy Groceries, 'Dry Goods and Notions. ,
fulous and other poisonous conditions of the
| neatly done. Estimates for blood In either sex or at any age of life no mat is certainly gratifying to the publicto B3T" It you need a Stove write for prices I
ter of how long standing;, how previously mistreated know of one concern in the land who .
nds of engineering works. Dis- acquired., how obstinate,how neglected, or how are not afraid to be generous to the The above is the name of a new song '--'- _u -

needy and suffering. The proprietors of Issued the' following Incident The
Ines a specialty. Sores Boils Tumors. on : Cholco .
Dr. New for A HALLOWEEN SPELL. ,,
King's Discovery consumption -
Botanic Blood Balm ((8. B. B.)cures all Sores, I Rev. Thos. Delaney, when chaplain of a ..
I and colds have Wlnos.1.lq uors
ILLE, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. Ulceration, coughs given away
Eruptions! trolls, Tumors and other ors r
external evidences of blood taint. ,:,, over ten million trial bottles of this large state penitentiary, while passing brother Fred Derided the Girl. Coa'< and Cigars.OunrantoClIl'ure.
If Your Blood Has a Taint of" great medicine, and have the satisfaction through the hospital ward was called to Not Kxvrute It. a' ,

3RGE W. ALLEN, Specific PoisoningYou of knowing it has absolutely cured thousands the bedbide of a dying convict. Tho The two young women wore discussing .

"of hopeless cases. Asthma, bronchitis last words of this unfortunate youth Halloween spoils and cantrips in Sold at reduced
should lose no time In having It out. Our
hoarseness and all diseases of the "
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW wonderful Botanic Blood Balm (R. B. B)will do "Father I see do not know advance, and the brother of ono of thorn prices
this for you speedily thoroughly; and finally. throat, chest and lungs are surely cured were, you
rest .' So long as the virus remains it will keep bur by it. Call on F. S. Chaffee, druggist, roe; but you know me well and my famly. was offering suggestions. Imported
Florida. rowing Into tissue, nerve and muscle, even Into and get a free trial bottle. Regular size "You get an egg that has never been ToKitjr Wine,
I will die to-night. I prepared
the bones and never know when how
practice In the United States violently it will you break forth. You may net or think 60o and $1. Every bottle guaranteed, or ills soul's exit into and laid before-Fred! I wish you would RO from ItII;.
ate Courts. OjunOSLP1I ; much of a sore on the face,a pimply skin or an price refunded.A eternity, whilst away and attend to your own business
ulcerating throat but either one of them may be his! hands were elapsed in mine his last -I mean an egg that has been laid by a John B. Togni
,
the outcrop of far more dangerous Internal con
ditions. request was made. "In my dying moments hen that has never laid aii egg before"
little borax in bath will
E. SMITH, 31. D. Should any one be afflicted with any stage of baby's pre- promise me what I will aak." I "Why don't yon bo concise and Hay Metropolitan Saloon, 12.1: East Bay St.,
Blood Poison, Scrofula Scrofulous Swellings, vent the skin from chafing and from "
Rheumatism, old Ulcers and Sores Tumors, here gavehim my word; he thqn revealed a pullet's first elg' interrupted the JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

YSICIAN AND SURGEON.1st Skin ,Diseases Mercurial Kidney Poison Troubles Totter, Eczema Scaldhead Catarrh breaking out from the heat. his parentage, who thought him brother. Whole-ale and Itntall...... /
Dingy l lamp burners boiled In plenty of "You boll It in a in which an
in Genital broken down constitutions or any other disease dead. word that pan -
Urinary Rectal "Now give me
an caused by impure blood,B.B.B.-Botanic Blood water, with a quart or two of potato par- your egg was never boiled before and out H t tIn
Diseases. Balm-will cure you after every other known you Will send my body home, but don't The Largest and Most Complete -
remed.C has failed. Can be taken with perfect ingo, will be as good as new. two with something that has neverbeen
"
Located at Flacide Hotel safety. It leaves no harmful results nor bad tell them where you found me. I sent used for knife before." Establishment South.MANUFACTURERS .
after effects B. B. Ills the only quick and per the home another state but
body to "I should think a bologna sausage
manent Blood Purifier on earth. One bottle will GEOI S. HACKER & SON
ONVILLE, FLORIDA. test It in any case. Druggists; sell Jl 11. B.at *1 TbereAre Otlieri. they never knew where I found him. might answer for that," remarked Fred ,
per large bottle or send direct to us and we will
Yeast-I see Hobson the Infanta THE OROENE Music PUBLISHING Co. reflectively.
ship to any "mint. all charges! prepaid six large says '
0. II. PEETE, bottles on receipt of CJ. Remember, B. B. B. Maria Teresa caused him many sleep-- 32 E. Fifth street, Cincinnati, 0., will "lie's been that way ever since became t a
does! not contain mineral or vegetable poison.
Book FREE.BLOOD less night. send the above song to any addiess for borne from college," explained il 4I
1, EAR, NOSE and THROAT. Crimsonbeak-Well, he's not the his sister to her friend, who was gig /

BALM CO, Atlanta, Ga. only man iu tho world who has been 20 cents in silver or stamps, regular gling amiably. "Somebody kicked him

5G8 Cherry Street, kept awake by an Infanta.-Yonkera price 50 cents. on the head in a football scrimmage

Macon Ga. Statesman. Yon mustn't mind him. Well, when
I
you've got the egg boiled and ont in
,
M. McL. D.'L.iuate TOBACCO GROWING IN SEMI- Spoiled. POINTED PARAGRAPHS.The two ydu must take half and eat it, shell t
| DANCY, D. Onypr-Miss Leftover would bo all
and ally and I take the other half and
TROPICAL REGIONS., right if her head wasn't filled with fool- office never has to seek the man eat it, and then-oh; I forgot to soy

Philadelphia;:: College ofon ish ideas. on pay day. that wo mustn't either of UH nay a word

class 1872. Perfect operations NEW YORK, Jan. 28, 18DO. Quizzer What are they? Some dogs are pointers and some are while we're doing this I"

scd. Hazeltine Block, corner Bay Editor Indian River' Advocate/ : Onyer-She' saw a three ringed circus disappointers.More "That settles it," said Fred decisively.
once.-New York Journal.
aura. St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.rgilliaHomes. Those who have most attentively stu- people have the gift of speech "All bets are off. You can't carry OF
"
died, the rise and progress of the tobacco And .Ie-I.... All He Want than the gift of silence. out the contract. -Chicago Record. Doors Blinds

growing industry in Florida are probably ) Student-Fellows, the sheriff 'cameto The older the trousers, the better theyare she Couldn't Vuderatund It. Sash, ,

to-day more than ever convinced, my rooms today. lie seems to me prepared for the fray. "You say, George, there are two par Moulding & Building Material i I

not only of its practicability, but also of just like a child. When passenger trains are telescoped, ties in China straggling for control
All-How so? the are to see stars. "
apt
the likelihood of its almost indefinite passengers "Yes. Office A Warerooms' King, opposite
_
he
Student-He wants everything It Is easier to 'read about love in a "But I don't see how that can be." Cannon Street.Charleston ,
Florida but
expansion, not only over eesl-Lulltige I Blatter.A II
learn all about Virginia Lands, over Southern Texas and other semi- cottage than it is to bring it about.A "Why not, my dour?" S. C.

esources, products, mode of cul- tropical poi'.ions of the Union. Fellow Feeling stitch in time saves nine, but nine "I don't tho see how they" can distinguish ,

Ition, prices, etc., by reading the The credit of this is due to a numberof Mrs. Sprocket-Why didn't yon have can be taken in no time on a sewing between"Why?" parties. Sash Weights Cord and
*
machine.
|glnla: Farmer. Send lOcts. Cuba a policeman arrest the cycler who ran ,
sources. The troubles In no "Because I'm sure that all Chinamen
into Johnny? The man who tells you that all men
j3 months subscription to thefmer doubt furnished the occasion for the look exactly alike."Cleveland Plain Hardware. '
Mr. Sprocket:! found that he rides are equal leally believes that he is a

Co., Emporia, Va. \\lde-bpread newly awakened interest. the game make of wheel that I do.Upto little mars so.Chicago News. Dealer. Window and Fancy GlassA

Out they did not furnish the climate or Date. '

4 the soil, and these permanent factors SPECIALTY.
The Juvenile Idea.
would in all probability sooner or later
ll1 .
I '
have brought about the same results. DO YEARS' r

The experiments which for years have To Whom It May Concern. EXPERIENCETRADE i iA

been in progress in the northern portionof

882 OfAsa the state, the admirable bulletins issued Strong words of indorsement for P'-ru-na, and for the manvfacturtrt of

11JIJ by the Experiment Station at Lake Pe-ru-na,from prominent officials of its home city.

ITTON ) City, the liberal distribution of seed by Hon. Samuel L. Black, Mayor of Columbus, O.whose

the railroads and the Agricultural Department picture adjoins this paragraph, writes the following -
[FT SEINE TWINES. MARKS
and the general interest shownin letter: DESIGNS

[PERFECT STURGEON TWINE, the matter by agiicultural and other c EXECUTIVE I5EPT.,CITY OF COLUMBUS. COPYRIGHT Ac.

their full I To whom it may concern: Anron ruling a ikitnh and dMorlntlnn mar
VBLE CORDS AND MACRAME. papers, have each contilbutcil our opinion fro whether utInvention
I most recommend l'e-ru-na .. ('ummunlca.tinns.trlotlreonfdentlI.Il.ndbookonl'ateute.
can cheerfully I* prob blr jmlentotil
and direct attention
IMORY JOHNSON, OWN* A a1Nt. M.a.M000US share to awaken interest c?>, as of the very greatest possible benefit in cases ant tit*. UldMt uffncr, for aneuringpatenle.Valente 1
CONN. I to this new and promising) source of catarrh and other diseases of the mucous taken Uirouab Munn A (;u. receive
of revenue for the tiller of the soil. membrane. This remedy established itself Chimmy-Let's hook some of dat ipitUU not If*, without Cba"lu the '

It is quite natural and proper that in the minds of the people as of the greatest tmntiu.Bwlpos. Scientific Jlm rltan.A .
I have known
worth and
genuineness.
possible
most of the literature on tho subject of and -Wot ferChlullu1 ? handnomelr llltHtratwl weekl,. Lnrnett nlr.
for number of am
Dr. Hartman a years make flag culallun of noleiitlllo Journal. Terini. 13 s
any
-Why, we can a
tobacco growing In Florida should em- pleased to say that he is one of the lending citizens t four montbi,|L Bold: bF all newwlealera.COTTON .

r "economy In borl.a le extra.. {f enate from the northern portion of the of this city, a man of the very highest standing .hlp Journal.an be commodores too..-New York Mar y![fmO 3elBroadwar, flew 1.2k! j

BBHIICP," became the ao.t c _, state wheie experience has been most and character in the community. M 8t, Watbtnaun,
of cultivation wanted on Inferior ,
eed* atwajr )lariti'lj eicewU the protracted and success most pronounced Respectfully, SAMUEL L. BLACK. A. Lunch IJOK.
rlglnal oniil of tie brut wedi to
1 cbotpurt. I'aa trifle Inure
ten on the subject have not always taken the Seventeenth Infantry Ohio National Guard, Rural New Yorker, explains itself

fRRY3SEEDS of the not inconsiderable whose residence is at 301) West First Avenue, almost without words. Its generous size
due
account Columbus, 0., bears witness to the efficiency
climatic differences which obtain LINEN NETTING
soil and
is Colonel Hamilton's letter
of Fe-ru-na. Here .
sad always get lone moner'f In Florida. Some years since the ) and picture.
worth. FIT* cent per p.pwr this In rather expensive .trc' O.
.>erjrwbra. Alvrmystboprm. writer learned a COLUMBUS, May 18,1897.
Hf nnu.lfree.D.M. near Orlando to Dr S Hartman.
,
KKUY Jk co., way. He attempted, i
Detruit. Mlek. set out in the latter part of April a field DEAR SIB:-Besides having the merits of Pe-ru-na t

of tobacco relying upon advice from a so fully demonstrated In my family, I have a number
of taken it for catarrh and
friends who, have
1 1A
prominent grower in the northern por stomach trouble, and all unite in praising it. Ai iv w FISHING TACKLE,

tion of the state. The season was, as remedy for summer and winter catarrh lean fully

IDIAN RIVER STEAMERS. usual at this time of year, dry and hot, recommend it. ABTHUU L. HAMILTON Superior quality I.Incil Gill Netting
made from Kuox's Scotch thread. a
and in spite of the most careful shading From the Hon Samuel J, Swartz, Police Judge,
of Schedule of I. It. S B. II. I. furn 1
age In Samples and estimates cheerfully
and daily watering, not one plant a rfh. Columbus, 0. HAND LUNCH BOX
N. Co. live The Oino taped Corks, Leads, Lines, etc. ;
hundred could be made to \ de/ STATE or ,
i and after Monday Jan. 2, 1899, the reason. The soil SUPREME!: COURT LAW LIBRAST, seems to invite a whole family to lay J. 1', JOHNSON A CO.,
teamer Sebastian, in command of thermometer gave COLUMBUS, 0., Nov 13, W7. aside care and spend a beautiful autumn
. Frank Houston, will leave ,Titus- at midday, four inches underground, day in woods and Held Manufacturers, E
Mondays and Wednesdays at 4.00: would register from 98' to 100JO., witha Pt-ru-na Medicine Co.,Columbus,0, Tb tray that fits in at the top tells 121 South St., 1JALTIMORE, MD

., for St. Lucle river landings and surface temperature of 120 to 140. Gentlemen-The result of using Pa-rn-na how the dainty part of the lunch can be
mediate to Titus- ,_ / has been BO gratifying to me that 1 cannot but Store
returning Such Palmetto
points, carried without "mussing. a Drui Daytona
well attempt to set out tobacco
One might as congratulate you on the success of your remedy.
arriving
and 4
Wednesdays Fridays, made in the home workshop -
be
In the fire Your high standing in the business community, and box can
about plants
noon. the handle being made from flat barrel Drugs medicines,chemicals,fine toilet
in command differences must be the worth of the gentlemen conducting thU great enterprise, prepared me to
St.
earner Augustine climatic
These fall down at either end to soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and 1
Titus- expect a meritorious artlel only, (root your establishment, but iU real worth hoop They
*pt. Ceo. Mercier leaves
J.
Into account. .u we '
carefully taken go fancy toilet articles In great variety.M. .
IDOfUkated its skis to be raised. -
u best by use permit cover
Tuesdays"aj Saturdays.and Thursdays, returning' south', In Florida or elsewhere, the tlmo lustfully, SAMUEL J. SWABT. : IIU8TOX, fropr.i .






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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 3,. 1899.
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them* order for ten mlllloni. lUng the family.of Jas. W. Ilerndon. I Stuart.
an
-fIIDlil RIVER ADVOCATE.A 4-
I Some time ago the U, S. Ordnance Mrs. n. Jerome, of Rocklcdge, has Indian River Real EstateTITUSVILLE Agen

Department decided to go In for been visiting her friend, Mrs. T. C. Till, The impression U that thereIn c
f WILILY JOURNAL DBVOTKD TO THe: DEVILorMBirr : : of this village. general;
4 or THE: INDIAN BIVBB: LASS big stores! of ammunition, and as now no danger of frost, yet shedding
' WORTH AND BIROATXK BAT SECTION they cannot get supplies quick .las. W. Orcer, i we 1 known resident still! goes on. FLA.YOU .
of Chicago, has arrived, and Is now stopping -
in this
i enough from the makers
at Bertlcson's boarding house. Carl Haney attended the party givenby
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. country, they have enlisted the the ladles of Jensen in their new
L tCHABLKS help of Messrs. Kynnch, and sent a Mrs. Flnlan, of Chicago arrived here town hall. The attendance was large. would do '\\'elllt you have property to sell and want It advertlgcdtj|
on Monday evening's train, and Intendsto
II. WALTON, Editor & Proprietor. special!! inspector over to examinethe retnalrt the balance of the season In Our fishermen are Increasing In numbers paper, free of cost to you, and put in the hands of live men, to write at OD!|
work. Like the English, the our midst. and report the usual success. Sever. this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public

Discontinuance of fcdrU.writing'must I*made l rr- United States military bullet has a We are anxiously looking forward to al hook are and seen line on,the some railroad averaging bridge a dollar: with a .B3f- Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency.vhjJ

tonally at this ofllce or by metal Jacket. Profiting by the re the arrival of Henry Kulckman, from day from this sport.Mr. .
cent war with Spain, it has been Brooklyn, N. Y., who we expect will be yours.PINEAPPLE
LANDS railway and river, acre $2.00 to
near per
and Mrs. J. A. Shatto, of Warren. $10.00.
In few
Address all communications to decided to use a special metal, among us a days. 0., are spending: several weeks with ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.dO: per acre.
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, which will not remain In the barrel Mayor .John S. Day; and wife, of Glen- Mrs. Shatto's sister, Mrs. Dr. Haney. Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river' front; one mile north of)
TITUSVILLE, FLORIPA. after the flight of the lead, and coe. Ill.. have arrived here, and are now They are well pleased with Florida, especially Gallic; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price, ($1,000.!
I pleasantly situated in their cozy cottageat BO with the hospitality and ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 miles south of Titusville. Will pay $1 lto() ,
Checketc.,may he made payable to CHARLES so prevent jambing. the southern end of the village. prosperity of St. Lucie's citizens. They year and $2,000: next. Price, 7000.
H. WALTON,publisher and proprietor a Mr. Hurford, resident of Glencoe, will return some time In February.The HAMMOCK LANDS: near Titusville, from $5 to $2.; per acre.
country! One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2\ miles west of Titusville
THE ,
stronger III., l is help, and is delighted at the many Bessey Brothers have just begun: Bud
-- Price "jO.OO.;: .
pineapples, vegetables and oranges. ,
U. S. Depart In eat of Agriculture position than a week ago. Hemarkable improvements made here since his last to cover their seven acres of young pines.
{ strength In its industries visit among; uc. He Intends to remainfor Several have covered large patches at
Weather Hllrc Jupiter, Fla. is important, but is not the chief a couple of months or more. different times, one or two acres, with

element, says Dun's Review. Public Quite a party of our people went to when swamp danger grass.; Is over.This must The greatest be: removed ex :T.: .M E :so-o-es,
Tho following is a comparative state Melbourne last to visit that
confidence In the business of Tuesday,
periment is that of Mr. Danforrli', who
for the
of : and rainfall
ment temperature
bii'lncHs-like little but their
Tuesday Jan. :U, 1899.! the country and in its securities city, upon has aloue cut the posts for two acres
week ending ,
In the heard
return to
evening they were
Flour Grits
unusual and stretched poles on them; then COy. Grain, Hay Feed Meal
-l80S-U- -:1897-8- has been tested to an extent say that "Micco was good enough for a
ered this with leaves; ,
cabbage palmetto ; ,
PATE. MAX. MIN. MAX, MIN. by the sudden fall in stocks them." Among those In the party we
25: (/I il( i3 78 70( and the subsequent rise. Confidence noticed Dr. and Mis. J. K. Powell Miss This makes a good covering at no expense -
unless one must hire the work Cotton Seed Meal New Garden Seed
20 74 I'r.i 82 in the value of wheat know of bet.
27 74 t fiO 70( r3 corn Christina Ilapp. dune. By-the-way,' we no
28 72 01 71 62 and cotton has been shown by the tor place for tourists to spend a few
29! onm 40 00 40! markets, and at rising prices the I weeks than at "Camp Danforth." He all the time
on! d.y 74 40 DAT FEASTER TRIUL. has several fine boat and 'a'ulde810r
31' 80 54 78 60 world buys because it has to buy. ; tourists who wish to'hunt. Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to ran

Total rainfall for the week: 1.J1lnclles: The vast supply of unemployed INJUN KIVER, FLunnv. 5 Our new pastor; Rev. Lane, of Sebastian beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotati
Departure from normal rainfall for the capital has been shown impressive DEAR EDKTKK ADVEKCATE: I don't preached his first sermon the 22nd Lowest,cash pi'ices.
week: minus 0.*>( Inches. Departure ly, and the new and startling in- rite oien fur a Dimercrat paper, but dat prox. The sermon was good and, all Office: 124'W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FillCHAS.
from normal rainfall since January 1, dependenceof foreign money mark jury In Mr. Feattter kaco kause mo to seemed pleased with the new pastor,
plus Of:6Inche8.: ets fixes attention. The lumber rite. Dat jury U sho a dandy. Ef we though they wanted Rev. Walker to be
.1. W. CKONK, Observer. can git six mo like 'em we won't nead returned. The change: : l Is occesioned bya
movement is unusually large for any jedge, fur he nos he can't do nothing change in the district. By.tbe-way, N. WELSHANS
--- the season with prices of low grades so he won't run de county in det Bro. Walker paid our town a flying visit ,
sharply advancing. Railroad earnings and de tax payers. Dat jury l Is a notedone. the 25th prox., the purpose of which
Do NOT he surprised if you hear and have shown Wi Mr. Presadent. Mack Kinleywill was to perform the ceremony that made
of something thut will be of considerable tonnage surprising sho hab dat jury to tri his war' George McPherson and Miss Nettie
advantage to, Titusville gains. Treasury receiptsare kases. T ': Blizzard husband and wife.' We use the CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLH'
An' all de in de will hab, ,
and Indian River in a short while. gaining, and a vote on the courts IItate' [ up to date term and say "husband" instead
peace treaty has been fixed for dat jury. {| of "man," for we never could
February 6th. I spec Mr. Quay will hab em in his I understand how this ceremony could ## HAIR AND LATH *#
CELERY cultivation is receivingsome stale. make one more of a "man," yet papers ,
Dat jury is gwine; too make a heap ob still say'"man: and wife." The happy
attention in Florida which is
muny cause dere Is'no jury on die worl couple went on the evening train to State Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils.
a good thing in itself. Our peopleare FROM reports received at the like em. i Palm Beach, returning; on Friday. Theyare
hopeful of raising a l large supply ADVOCATE office, Havana does not And I herd heap ob white fokes say now pleasantly located in the prettynew Old 'Phone 8. )jVJACKSONVILLE\ 13 Hogan Sb

this /Season, and ,some claim appear to'be in a very healthy con dat der l is no mo like em! an dey woe glad I house built for them on the McPherson FLORIDA.

they can produce a plant equal to dition. Several reports speak in bout hit. plantation. We wish mOle
Mr. Feaster lobe dat jury mo dan all families would do as this one has, and
the celebrated Kalatnazoo celery. very disparaging terms of that city, de rest ob de county dos. now four good homes stand close to-

and one says : "Sixteen Americanshave Dis county mug rite dat jury's eper- gether,' that of the parents, a sister and

DISMISSAL from the military service had yellow fever In Havana tafe, free all crime. two sons. .HAMMOND PACKING CO.
;Yours !ul,
Is the verdict of' the court. since September 1. Twelve have BLACK spec JIM Soo. .
rlber attention l is drawn
nr8nbs your
martial in the case of General died. This is the record kept by to the name-and-date slip pasted upon

Eagan, who was tried for using Dr. W. F. Brunner, the United f Send, the ADVOCATE an order for any your paper or,wrapper. If you are in (Formerly The G.,11. Hammond Co.)
violent and unbecoming languagein States Marine Hospital surgeon. job printing; you need.] arrears please remit.

relation to his' superior officer. His comment on the record is that OUR SPECIALTIES : .

Will President McKinley annul the though several lives might have
"Coin Special" hams and breakfast bare
finding is the next question. been saved had they not been Old Saws ?
--- "Coin canned
trusted to unskilled local physic. Special" meats.

COL. HAMILTON JAY well- lane, nevertheless the fever here is "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet"
a of a more fatal type than developsin No I New Insurance Gas, and Quick Meal Oil STOVES .
known
newspaper man and poet, of
leaf l.
Jacksonville, committed suicide Florida or Louisiana, where one Satisfaction. Iron Beds and Cribs lar.

Monday night, by taking a dose of death 'takes place in eight or ten They give Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .

was cyanide a very of talented potassium.journalist Deceased, and case among. less The than sixteen one cases hundred were Furniture, Porcelain Chamber Sets. compound lard, sausagesand

well known to the ADVOCATE stuff. Americans resident here duringthe all Packing House Products.

-Ills-- numerous friends- throughout end of-the bad season. From Write The FTTT .NTTTIRE. .STOTIR
--- -- --- ---- FLORIDA BRANCH Jacksonville F|
Florida regret his sad ending.; these figures it i is concluded that I :' I : ,
TITUSVILLE FLA
Havana is a most unsafe place for
W- Write us for quotations, and you will be pleased.A .
Americans to do business in next
To SERVE the government faith. "

fully for fifty-one years as post' summer.

master, is a long period ; but Patrick THE MAPES Season 1898-99. 2t FAMILY JAUNT
Mechiin, who has'just resignedas PUNISHMENT desY J&, '- q"" .
FOR ?
MURDER.
,., la one of our canopy top pica;tons or <|
postmaster of Galway; N. Y.:, : They have been the Stan- reys can be enjoyed for any length oft tj

has served the ,ubove term. He was The acquittal of a defendant accused : dard Fertilizers for 20 without weaiiness. You can pet if

appointed by President Polk, and solid comfort in one than in any other
of murder what In Florida. '
has hold his appointment longer upon seemed years hicle 'on the market. For the hoisa
than ; strong case of circumstantial evidence MANURES. ,l that loves speed, a runabout or as light I
States any postmaster in the United has given a great impetusto / 'f't'S, ,, i + can be constructed, well-made and stn-j
( he will find here at bed-rock prices.
a movement in New Jersey-not + hk ;r

entirely to abolish capital punish. ; 1 P. E. McMURRAY & BAKER,
TnE naval personnel hill, recently went, but to amend the law so us

passed by the House of Hep.resentatlvcs to make it a part of the duty of My Fertilizers Are as good .as MapcI -. / Main & Church St8"JACKSONYILLE, Fll
at Washington, all 'in A-/ : ,
among juries capital cases to add lo '
other changes:, abolishes prize their verdicts of They all qUOte MapeS : ,
convll.tlon'heth. As the Standard of Excell uco. g :;7 /::11" State Agents for Sterling Bicycle
money. As the officers have been the
er punishment shall be deathor
in the habit of getting the major imprisonment for life. Experience (. The Mapes put the money in the pockets of the growcl'lI

portion of 'tlie prize the has
money demonstrated that the .
average i Vegetables, Strawberries, Orange and other Fruit Trees.
passing of this-bill will make very juror, though he may haveno The
Belvedere.
little sailor difference to tho ordinary conscientious scruples against Pineapples, Bananas Tobacco, etc. Opposite Postoltol

capital punishment in cases where What
the crime was peculiarly atrocious yOU Want. Are Results, Results, Results, Results. I have been!
considerable Imported and Domestic
TiiEitK is talk and and there were no mitigating circumstances the Mapes Agent in, Florida over Twenty Years.I ",

rejoicing over the fact that General yet, when culled uponto I have SOld Millions of Dollars worth of their goods to Thousands of WINES !
Henry (not, Treasurer Henry, of render a judgment of death LIQUORS and CIGAR
llrevard county) and his associates merely circumstantial l evidence upon Consumers all over tho State. Of all thete'thousands not one single con ,
sumer has found fault with the
of
have Quality these Goods.
succeeded in
making 1big he hesitates In the face of even the
reduction in the taxes of Porto slightest doubt. The historical! I The best yields. The best keeping qualities. 2octs.Wine: Rooms Steaks gentlemen/ only. Merchants Lunch Room, 12 to 20::! p. '
chops) : and .
game op.lertllu
herved after 12 nuull.n
Porto Rico That, no doubt is good-;. for fact that them_ n have_ h........n. ,...".."..""" .in.. The most reliable in. drolJthq .. season ... .. "... y ..
Ricans but - ---- -- .
should ,
; we es. which perfectly innocent have .1 H. .1\14 nALr,
teem it a favor if this energetic been convicted and executed men, makes Always the best prices in all the markets. Jacksonville, f\\

general and his staff would just Jurors so cautious that it IB believedthe ,
run over to this country and do guilty sometimes Read the follow Ing. It covers all these )points :
escape con.
the same trick If petition to viction. It is therefore wit It a viewto "CHANGE PARK, FLA., August 27th, 1808. ;\ CHESEBRO BROTHERS i

President McKinley would do any greater certainty of punishment "AIR. J. R. TVbE.V, Agent Mapes Co., Jacksonville\ Fla:

good, they. cannot be recalled too that it is proposed to let the Jury "Dear Sir:-I have been raising vegetables for the ....lck8onv1le'market\ many
soon. determine whether the years with inditlerentatwceag. You have olten tried to induce me to use WHOLESALE _
penalty
IIIJI"11 Munuiea, but I could never bring myself to It. I
------ shall be death as alwayn thought they
or imprisonment for cost too much. This year I concluded to use them, and it has been lesson
ON our 7th page will be found a life. No doubt it would< challenge to a bout at the broadsword conviction of otFenders where has always sold at onoo at the highest market price. I was especially fortune .

bayonet, foil, sabre, etc., the evidence\ is almost overwhelming ate on "atcrmuluus.y crop was all large and choice. Customers; were waiting

McGuire for the sum of $500 or less Major but there is still a scintilla of neighbors for me did every, and trip always to}he sold city my, and boatload<< I realized at once.more than I got twice twelve the to prices eighteen my No. ], Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New York.

the challenger, is an doubt, In cases so clear that there cents for mine when the slip was full of boatloads uttering them at from five to SPEl'IAL'1'IES-Spaulllh Mackerel 1
Englishman: who is looking for an was not a particle of doubt, the ten cents, and I am sure I shall profit hereafter by my expeiience this year. I Sheephead, Pompano, Bluefioh,
opponent, no matter where he Jury could still decide that the had splendid success, also, with Irish potatoes. Snappers, Kingfish, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks.

comes from. Officers of the United punishment should he death, and "Very Truly Yours, J. I., MOORE" Stencils promptly supplied. References furnished If desired.

States army and navy are all included in other cases the sentence to life 1- Write to me for Pamphlets with full particulars, price, analysis, and testlnluululs ;

in this challenge. Even: imprisonment would give the prisoner that wltllntel'8t you. A full stuck always on hand. CLAItKNCK u. MILLKIt. '

:llr. Sam Perkins, Titusville's noted the chance of being released Ji n. irx-snanxr, 11go ElltI.bll"lleci 1841. MILLER LONGS |

urmy drill Instructor, has not yet if any evidence\ of his innocencewere sttO1 stonvillo I'ltti.

accepted the major's challenge. afterward discovered This -, -- ,
S. B.
Are there no military men along amendment of the penal law In re- MILLER & CO.

the East Coast who are willing to Kurd to murder has been adopted WILLIAM CLARKE Sanitary Plumber ,

tackle Major McGuire? Now come In several of the states, and seemsto WHOLESALE _

.on. with your_ challenges. work well- Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter-- Roofing, Sheet COMMISSION FISH DEALERS,


cartridge MESPKS.: manufacturers KVNOCH, the, have English been Mice- Iron work, pumps and drain pipe, bath tubs, water clos No. 7 Fulton Fish Market, New York. ,


the making United States cartridges at Mrs. I). Cain, of Roseland, U visiting ets and Wash stands. Copper vessels of all descriptions re-tinned. Special attention given to the sale of Pompano, Spanish e
rate of a million a week for the fii uds here Mackerel, Blue Fish, etc '. r
government, who have placed with Irs. F, 37 ForsytU St. mmm:-Fulton and Market National Bank t t1n
Hunter and daughter, are vl.- near Laura St., ... by Wh.*sale n
the
United Sta.te.
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RIVER ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 3, 1869. 8 l
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several of which she owns and drives 4 4F 4J 4a


herself.Too .much praise cannot be given to FER T I LIZ E R S.

ROYAL Mayor Whldden for his work and example UY
in making West Palm Beach XIK ; :

cleanly, pleasant and comfortable for 1,

winter guests, AS well as for home folks.
The town is reaping an early reward. '

aking Powder There has never been so many tomlsts I SPECIAL PRICES :
J}
sojourning on the west side ince Its beginning {
as a town as this season. Both

the Seminole and Palms, as well as all
from
Made
pure boarding houses, are filled, and there is '

cream-of tartar. not Mr.an Sterry available, manager house/ empty of the In System's town. ft. ..Piar .ea hp.d&11 'lepowers.: \ .. Jl :

hotels at Palm Beach, Is highly pleasedat
[Safeguards the food the increased number of arrivals over r.l. ,
.4.rou.n.c1. For11.1:1.zor; : ,
that of List I
alum. season. lIe has already 100 i'83T" Before buying the following Materials be sure numb apply to fli
against per cent more than at the same date Price $25.0O.

last year, and has already all available i us for prices, and we will prove to you wo can save you money.
GUARANTEED ANALYSIS:
space spoken for February arrivals. hiH

|Alum baking powders are the greatest On 1Itol t\1re................:................... ................... .......... .>.... s to 10'STEAMED BONK 1:, HAW HONK:, ,
I to health of the present day. Tuesday night a jolly party, chaperoned Ammonia...... ............................... ....*... .... ................... a to 6
meoaccn by Judge and Mrs. Heyser, loaded : Equal to Sulphate of Ammonia......................... ..................... 20 to 2ft BLOOD AND DONE, ACID PIIOSPHATK:, '
( packages of Available I'holll'horio Add.. ................'.....I./ ...............,..... 8 to 8 I
goodthings
ROYAL BAKINO pownen! xx,NEW VORK. and proceeded to the home of Equal: to Hone Phosphate of Lime.............................................. 11 to 13 DISSOLVED DONE 1 SITUATE OP SODA, 4 tI
'otash K2: .. a to 6
Mr. V O. Spencer for a surmlsA party Equal to O.hA..u. 9 to in SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS
in honor of Harry Redlfer,-who I has just Magnesia,Lime,Soda etc. ..................................................... M to 00CJT" 8
Miami. attained his majority. All report a line Fihi : Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL: 1IAUDWOOD ASHES,

time. : COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAI IT AND POTAS1IF.S. I

iItr Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very. low '
f
K large force of mechanics are enfged Rockledge.. H prices. .I
In the construction of the Methot -

church. -- Please Correspond \vith us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for
Hotel Indian River, Hotel Plaza and I II

Instruction The Presbyterian, will be church a, fine, now structure under, I. the with New Rockledge are fast filling up Pamphlet. ; 1

|o cost of which will be $40,000. guests i
and Edwin Ives and wife, of Montclair, N. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO
Land of three
Commodore a party J. rr1
are at the New Rockledge. Mr. Ives ,,
of fish in
ends caiyflit 1,200 pounds
owns one of the largest bookbinding establishments
free hours. This is a recordbreakerr
| this season. in New York city. Tacksor.ville, Florida.: : 1 ..

Miss Harriet Wadsworth. of Milwnn.. J
Mr. Phillips, of this place, was united -------- ---- -----
kee, WIs.., and ,v.-niI. Merwin; ;'C" Milford -
.
[ marriage at Cherry Lake, Fla., on Conn., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. I
[allay, to Miss Benita Thai: Iton Blacock, Wm. M. Merwin\ at their winter resi- wish to convey their hearty thanks, Melbourne. Courtenay. \ Jensen. 'I
I estimable young lady of that place. dence.F. through the columns of the INDIAN '
I'. Phillips is one of Miami's young and RIVKU ADVOCATE, to Vice-President J. Mr. S. J. W. Scott, of Banyan, spent a I
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hstling young men. A. Hutchinson, of Brooklyn, is R. Parrott, Supt. K T. Goff, Traffic GOODE it OOODK.-Real Estate and I/>ann. few days hero last week. Mr.I and Sirs. C. )<. Wolf are home
among the most successful fishermen. Manager J. P. Beckwith and all their Agent for .tttna, London and Liverpool and again; after a lengthy visit to Malabar.Mrs. .
Globe and Fire In uranl'e. "Bpeclat' Jno. U. Sams Is
James Parsons' and Mrs. Alace Imperial Supt. inspecting
I Capt. married He recently brought in a large string of staff, for their kindness and consideration attention paid to the Intorents of non resi schools south of hero this week. P. M.; Ashton and Miss Parhnm; J
Jackson were on Wednesday I bass, weighing something less than 10 it having! shortened the hauling of dents. : of Wavcland, spent a few hours in town I I'
st. The honeymoon will be spent at pounds. our crops to two miles, instead of six. Mr. W. F. Smlthle, of Indlanola, at- Thursday .
kin, Fla., after which, they will make I I.
tended church hero last
WHEN YOU 00 TO MEL11OUUNE call! at the Sunday
leir home at Tampa. Captain Parsons Thursday E. II. Wilson, who Is stayIng Preparations are also being made to Bazaar, Mr*.Chas .1. F. Campbell! Co., Millinery Commodore nnd Mrs. So wall, of Sow- '
I commodore of the large fishing fleet ofle I at the New Rockledge, brought in plant sugarcane by several of the growers Notions, Dry GoodH .adieu' ready- T. S. Sanders, of Indlanola, was alls' Point, were pleasant visitors to
South Florida Fish Company, now nine trout, the string weighing; 33: here, an our experiments have proved made and woven Underwear Ferrln' Renown around last Sunday, trying to jump Jeuson last wnek.Mrs. .
in Spanish mackerel fishing atbis pounds. Such catches are the rule and a flattering success. ed Cornets,eta.,embroidery and colored silks, another door '
pgaped souvenir ,etc. ;
spoons Stationery: Hoofnagle and little son }<
,
port. not the exception here. fit, Rev. Stuart Martin, of Klsstnimoc, of Ankoua, have been visiting ugenei

I At a meeting of the Royal Palm Yacht Among the guests at the Plaza are C. Tibbals. HOTEL RIVERSIDE MKLHOUUNE FLA., preached to a largo congregation. hero Mis. Keck this ""ok.If .

[ub, held Wednesday evening, a designr R. Mussee. of Muscatinc, Iowa and R. overlooking Indian River homelike accommodation Sunday morning.
a flag was adopted. It will be a R. K. Swan, of Moline, 111.! both promi-- and rood board/. Rates f I.N\ per Thos. ,1. Harper of Co. G, 1st Florida wo could only have Park avenue
hite triangular flag, with two royal nent society men, and a pleasant addition Samuel F. Webb has treated himselfto day or 0.00 to 7.00 per week according: to volunteers, arrival I here Monday night shelled and a few stieet lamps) put up,
River
location of rates to
1dm leaves in green crossed in the to the social life of the hoteL a. very nice horse and buggy. Good people. room. CHA8.Sixrlal T. McNIUliE, from Huntsvlll v Ala., whoro' he was tho appearance of tho town would bo

fentcr. A clubhouse is to be built one Messrs Knight and Hutchinson, of roads always bring nice_ teams. Proprietor.Subscilptlonn mustered out. Ho Is visiting- F. T. ]far /greatly enhanced. it

"stone pier." It was decided to havee Greater New York, now at Hotel Indian Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold divine per. Tho many Jensen friend of C. B. B. I

channel to Bears cut, Norris cut and River, are great; fishermen. Hardly a service in St. Paul's Episcopal nr- for: the ADVOCATK, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. LaRocho and lOll, harm ison'will bo sorry to learn that ho

pier points staked. day passes, be it fair or rainy, but they church Sunday morning, at the usual the pink paper of the East Coast, will be Willie, J. D. Sans, I.. 1'. Allen, :M has been called to England; by tho soil-

[The death of J. Lake, at the residence start off with their rods and lines, and hour. received at tho Melbourne Postofllco. Whaley, J. It. and C. '1'. Harper and the oils Illness of his mother.Yittir I
Misses Catharine' Mama Mndgo Whit-
t his son, Foirest Lake, Saturday morn- come back with good results. Mr. and Mrs. Marten and Ron, of lock, NnnniM and Stella, Harper all attended correspondent regrets/ owing to

hg, cast a gloom; oyer the community.r. Under the able management of S. Zanesviile, Ohio are pleasant visitors in Jas. T. Hogg/ was elected mayor of church at Indlanola last Sunday "a mistake ou his part, In regard to the
Lake, a life-long resident of New- Proskey, Hotel Indian River is fast regaining our town, as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. Melbourne, last Friday. evening time of sending In his Items, tho Jensen
erry, S. C., came to Miami last Decom- its former prestige. Mr. Pros- E. Peabody. news for last weekwas, too late for the
Mcl'lierson left here J. G. Bast, proprietor of the Indian
Miss
Tuesday on
,
pr, hoping; that the balmy air of this
table
vured section might prolong life, but key sets a most excellent card and which is Owing to the very high winds last Sat- a visit to her friend, Mrs. Kltilnge/ at River hotel, Tltusvllle, and lessee of the press I i ir
drawing as soon as
always a
irteen of illness had exhaustede urday, but a very few attended the meetIng Valkaria. Royal Buck Hounds Hunt Club house,
vital years forces and his hopes. the orchestra arrives, dancing every ; of Gilbert's Bar Yacht Club. Those (''ourtenay, arrived here from Indlanolu : As mi advertising medium, no
case was social diver- U spondJ
will be of Roseland
evening a pleasant Allen Campbell, ,
He died of Bright's disease The who did attend report a very pleasant Hotel last Sunday night, accompanied by I). paper on the EMCoallt\ can beat the
sion for the guests. Ing a few days with his mother at '
Clair Nesbet. He remained
iy was forwarded to his old home.r. time\ St. overnight ADVOCATK. Give us a. trial advt.,
Lake was sixty-six years of age. He The social event of the season was Nick Young and wife, of Washington, Bollevue.t ; when ho entertained Farmer and. bo convinced of the pink paper'
laves a wife and four children.Do the ball at the Plaza last week, given by D. C., are spending a few weeks with Mrs. L. C. Moore, of Roseland, Is Symmes, Chits T. Harper and oilier callers worth.
Messrs. Andrews and Simmons for the .Mr.{ and !Mrs. Geo. E. Andrews, and are spending a few days with her parents, ; and tho next dill ho made a thorough
young ladies of Cocoa and Rockledge. first-class time hunting and Mr. and Mrs. John Goode, while Mr. / Inspection the club house
having a would! the favor if
I- you want to buy or sell property Although the weather was somewhat fishing. Mr. Young is a noted baseball Moore U on a business trip. up the riverin buildings, the grounds nnd orange grove r-rWe when esteem our
Indian River If you do, write the disagreeable; about sixty guests were his launch. and found everything; siitUfacloty, under renders, wilting or calling upon
dian River Real Estate Agency, Titus- present, and a most delightful evening manager. ihe supervision of his manager, 11'. mir advertisers to purchase merchandise,
Mr. and Mrs. Day, of Chicago, who would mention the ADVOCATE.
; etc.
I lie, Fla. See page 4. was spent At midnight a delicioussupper The schooner Merchant arrived hero Harper. _

was served, after which tHe last Sunday, with a new and general line have Hotel been Carleton: among for the some pleasant time guests past, lelt of ____ __ 6 ___ __ ___ '1.1]
dancing continued until about 2:30: of dry goods and groceries; and, as In
Palm Beach. the well patronized by our here last Wednesday, much to the regret -
o'clock. past, was
The genial Michael reports of their many trlends.
people. Capt. Insecticides! and Powder Guns.

Remember that the INDIAN RIVER doing good business on his tip. Thomas Howell, of the First FloridaU.
Charles L. Kurtz of the Philadelphia
down the liver. V. returned home after
ADVOCATE does all kinds of job printing S. Sunday,
hqtiiier, has been stopping at the Royal order spending eight mouths. In the service of --;---------
Send them
luinciana.I at !short notice. an Several commission! dealers, from New
and be convinced that it. is the place to York and Philadelphia, have paid us a Uncle Sam. His many friend are Road the following from Mr. Brown, HO well known on the East Coast :

I Gieenleaf & Crosby's! branch store, op- have job printing done. visit dining lte past week, soliciting pleased to see him looking HO well "Hvi-oMjxo, FI-A., Nov. 18, 1898. i

hite I the Inn, is in charge of R. A. vegetables and pineapples to go forward Last Tuesday evening :MIH. Elizabeth 'Mil. C. It. TYSEN, '.

nest of the Jacksonville house next summer, as our pineapple crop will Campbell entertained at Hotel Bellevue "JACIfI')NVIU.) FIA : ,

IJ. S. Roys and Miss Clara Roys, of St. Augustine. be much larger than: any believe year It since will the the uncial club and a large/ number of "Dear Sir: -1 havo !been using the Laurel Green I got from you this season
| N. Y. are visiting at the hand- big freezes. They pay friends from home and !abroad Capt. not I '
yens in and on three acres of beans, antlnevel' saw anything/ equal It. There )is a worm
[>me home of Cap'. E. N. Dinumck. Mrs. II. M. Spades has purchased a them to. be time secure shipments Nesbitt brought down a Jolly party In to he seen. Put on with n powder gun. I find! land plaster'Is not required. It Is
the residence of his, steamer\ Spartan from Eau Gallic.Mrs. "
lot J. BROWN.Vrlto .
1 Mrs. S. Ross Campbell has been mak- building opposite acting well on tomatoes and eggplants./
Moses of Philadelphia Mr. and
,
fg:: some fine scores at clay pigeons.:; She J, E. Ingraham./ tion Mrs last W.Tuesday II. Harris afternoon gave a grand from two recep-tofour Mrs. Bylngton, Albany N. Y.j;; Mr. Vest, \ to mu, (Chins 1C. '')' >ICII, JackHouvlHc) for pamphlet and<< I

| a better shot than most of the men, Several of the military prisoners were Mesas Ernest Blanchard, Chester o'clock in honor of her mother
nd uses released from Fort Mailon, having ; .. .,
small-gauge gun. recently Mrs. Smith, and her !sister, Mis. Homer Brainerd, Boston; Misses! Middy\ Carton --- --- ---- --- ---- -

F. A. O. Schwartz, who is the largestbipoiter / completed their sentences. Eaton, of Xanesville; Ohio. It was a O. ; May McA(.\l11I1, Chicago; Abernathy -

of toys and fancy goods in this Mrs. L. Barth and daughter, of South grand affair; The elegant/ reception Easton, l'i.; ; Arthur Gray, WISOKEK: ;r
uiniry, has been a guest of the Royal Bend, Ind., have returned from a pleas room and spacious dining; room were OCI\laj; M I'S. L. C. Mooie, lowland\ ; M 1'11.

uiuciana. His brother George Schwartz, ant trip along the East Coast, and have very artistically decorated with tropical Valentino and daughter, Miss Helen, MANUFACTURER OK -
E Philadelphia, engaged In the same taken apartments at the Granada for the plants and flowers. The guests were Tillman; were among the guests.

woof business, is also at the hotel. season. ushered into the reception room by

of St. Master Frank Waters, In his usual genial TIIK 8KVKNTH KriHfOIMI. CONVOCATION Umbrellas' and Parasols.
Mr. Henry 'M. Flagler:; has returned Rt. Rev John Moore, bishop miinner. In the dining: loom refreshments .
oin a trip to' Jacksonville. lIe is reItiuing Augustine has been spending several were served in the usual northern Of the Southern Jurisdiction of Flor-

the use of his hand, injured in days at West Palm Beach, the guest of style, and on leaving the dining room ida was held at Melbourne, beginning on
lew York some time ago, when alight- Father Fontain, at the Seminole hotel. each lady was; presented with a bouquetof Wednesday morning, January 25th, and Repairing; and Recovering Neatly Done. All work Guaranteed. \

Ig:: from an electric car, a report of lIe has also been to Key West, where he violets and pnusles. Those present lasted t tlucelays. The follow I Ing cntlu- Branch: 311V.. Bay at. :20! I Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA

[ral Inch appeared in the AnvocATE sov- remained a few days before returning to weie: Mis. and! bliss baylor and Mks..luuulugs men weie present: Bishop W. ('. Gray, __ __ ___ __ __ __ .-_ __ __. .__ __ __ ,_ .. ._ c __ _
weeks ago the Ancient City : of Allcuiotvu, Pa.i MIH. Miu- Orlando; Archdeacon Hlggs, D.U., Key

I While Nathaniel C. Smith, of Haiti- The dance given in the palors of the tcii, of ZineHvitle\ ().; Mr*. and lho'H Wi-si ; Archdeacon Weddull, Thonotosushii Bermuda Onion Seeds. -
111'1', was 110 the lake hride& fishing Sat- Alu.t2.ir, by the lIunaJremelll'cllllc..ll..y Fije, of New Turk; .Mrs. Van 11t-; I[ ; Aichdeucon Blown, TltuKville; i : !
sndjnly atteuded and was and Mrs. Jeiaulinau of Newaik Ruv. Chas M. Giay, Ocala; Revs Henry
tla.v illuming, a. shower came up evening, was UigMy; berger ,
and he started to run under rovei, one, of the most brilliant events of the seaiton. -< N. J.; Mrs Nick Young, of Washington, W. Little, DeLaud; Rev. ::!.ulIuellIodge- WHITE: AND RED, /genuine Tetinerlfro stock, .:triO per lb.
if .tumbled and fell, breaking his left The elite ol the hotels and St. Augustine I D. C.; Mis.I Geo. Sager', Ankona; Mrs. man, Halnes City; Rev J. N. :Mulfoid, Texas Itnst-proof .' 60c. per bus. .

Bin between the shoulder and elbow were present, and ihe management E.: E. Peabody, Mrs Sawyer, AI I'll. J. T, Lake Worth; Rev. r.. F. J. Hlndr, \ Oats.1.00 bus. :
i'. Smith was summoned, and reduced Is to be highly: congratulated on Waters, Mrs. Luce", Mrs. Out E. and J. West Palm (Beach; Rev W. H. Bates, Flol'lIl1lOday; per
1
Ie fracture The patient is getting the success of the Hair, II. Andrews aud Mills Summers, of this Longwooil); Rev. C. W. Arnold, Daytona; Georgia Ryu . 1.50 per bus. s
long! nicely. of tho place; Mesdames W. F. Richards, Miller, Hev. I. I. Andrew, Orlando; Rev. G. M. ]Florida 'hbOporbus. t' ,I
transfer W
The contemplated Kobinnon, 'T. E. Richards, LeTournauand Davidson. !Sanfoid; itev. W. Depart,
troops now stationed at Saint Francis Merwin, of Eden: : Mesdames Hoku, Tampa; RPV. W. U. Barnes, Melbourne; Full Stock of Field and Garden Seedsl' ,
I If gloomy and nervous, and ]looking one barracks in causing no end of speculation Holmes, Hebbert and Miss Shultz, of Rev J. N. Thompson, Dado City;
' dark side of things, take a few doses here, and all sorts of rumors are ,len-eti Mesdames Racy and lamer, of among the Lay delegates were Messis.H. L. CAMERON Seedsman, II:
.
Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine, afloat as to which companies of infantrywill Wavehud; Mm. Capt. H. E. Sew-all, of W. Rlchaids, Eden; J. E. M. lIud JACKSONVILLE FLA.- 1-
J 126 East St.
pd the gloom w disappear. \ be sent garrison this post. Ills :Sew'alls Point. With the tlionnoineicj son, Eau G.illle\ ; B. Jerome, John Powell, Bay ,
a settled fact that infantry will be bent at 80* and the ladies liand oinely dressed Cocoa; Arthur Gray, Om.M.!; J. W. ._ :" .__ __ ___ _. __ : 'l
to this post, hut Him not yet been officially accordingly, teaming bouquets of orange William, Orange Lake; W. T. (Well, Eaabll.hed 1H70. Ic2N5S. !
West Palm Beach. announced which It will be. Kin and lemon blossoms antll'oMClIlernlntlld J. T. Hogg, Melbourne; Mr Lowery,

mor has It that twn'companies of the the wilier of May Day lather than Jan. Tampa; Mr. Hani, Daytoua.; The :
Fifth Infantry will again/ ; be'llent to St. 1st.:{ All report a very pleasant time many good IICl'mllnlmadu a deep liupieHhion R. TYSEN
JC. J, Cragin and family arrived here Augustine; and also that it will be made on our people, and the splendid ,

l*>t week. ho.ulquaiters: again.White. mlssuriar! addresses welt must Inter }

! The body of the woman washed ashore Georgiana."Uncle entlng to all. (Successor to The J. It. Tyson Co., Established 1878)) j (;
.
Uoca [{ beach last week has nott Bishop Gray presided{ over these meet-
been In atone identified., She was City. Ings, sad his deep, earnest talk, us usual, can SAVE GOOD MONEY by sending' to, me for quotation oa ;
any way unjthi-s::: drew an attractive audience. Tills was 1-:
puled on the beach. see a number of bicycles I a passenger,; on a week In Melbourne' history that will GralnO.: Hay .Rice Meal Straw Cotton 'Seed Hulls and
pleased.to
I Commodore Claik's family Is expected We are street There is nothing the Courtney to Cocoa Monday long be remembered with pleasure. ,

f their beautiful residence on' the east on our date. Mellsl'lL. Hughes, Bruner and Owen are On Wednesday afternoon from 3 to (J \
I'le this week. The commodore had like keeping:: up.to shipping some fine beam this week. o'clock, the Ladies' Guild gave u. reception Feed of all Kinds .
? _
'site serious performed re- Oriel and Mr; 0. C. Beck
a operation Mrs. J. M. at Hotel Bellevue to Bishop Gray,
utly, and may not be able to travel: just spent Friday and Hat done.111 d\y; ..In Cocoa, Mr.a hunting T, G. Ronald expedition' went on,with the St.a John pa'rtyon the ministers and delegates and about POULTRY FOODS, Whent, Cracked Corn, Moat and Done, Gravel Cracked ,
't. some dentistry fifty Invited 1 '
having river a few day ago, returning home gucllts.On Bone, etc., etc. Ii
\ Mr. Ben. potter, manager of the Lake number of our settlers are buying They had seven tine wild tur Friday afternoon a delightful reception I
A Monday. was given fr the members of WHEAT, RYE, Graham Flour, whole winter wheat Flour Breakfast Cereals
.lIl'Ih Fruit Co.'s intensive pineapple and taking advantage of the Wethey the
milch cows keys Mr* was happy recipient !
the convocation at the elegant home of Buckwheat, etc, Grits Meal and Bacon.
pnt.itlon: has shipped HO far about 1M'altos fine grazing lands along the St. Lucleriver. of one of them f
of nines. As a winter crop tliU Mr, and Mr. W. T. Well The visitor FERTILIZER CHEMICALS of all kinds. Kalnlt, Acid Phosphate, etc. Tobacco ; _

not bad. They netted close to f'l per continued rains Mr. Harry Grattan wife and her ulster were received by M..ell.* and her Stems, Tobacco Dust, best Canada Ashes, Salt, etc. -
the
York Mr W. C.
:Notwithstanding from New city are visiting sister, Mm. *
ate. our crops are looking fine, and vegetable their grandparents Mr. and Mr. White. Barnes and Miss Wells presided at the INSECTICIDES, Laurel Green, Pails Green, Blue Stone, London Purple, Flour r ,

[Mrs, Thomas, of LouUvllle\ Ky., sill' ; are moving to the northern market in .rattan.wlth his. mother, sister and table.A Sulphur, lil-siilphtde.. of Carbon, Caustic Soda, etc.

of Mrs. L. Marvin, our esteemed good shape. brother, spent the winter here about BUILDING MATERIALS. Brick Lime, Cement, Plaster, Fire Uilck, Fire Slabs,
esusider is her sister out at her and think there doses of Dr. Simmons Liver
few
visiting of White City, feeling seventeen year ago,
Lath .
citizens If.dr) Shingle, etc.I
'zy home, Everglade plantation. Shea The the F. E. C. Ry. Co. for the ha been a good many change for the Medicine will do morn for a weak stomach .
charming lady and reflects at leant grateful to of a *tatlon and bridging the better since those primitive day of frontier than a prolonged course of any :MARK A SPECIALTY OF CONSUMERS* ORDERS Will furnish 'you with .

N of Kentucky' famed point*-belog savannah building between here and the railway, life. I! other medicine. height rate to your place. JACKSONVILLE: FLA.INDrAN '
andllOtn and a lover of fast horse, l I
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SUCCESSFUL.r ...,..._ .. I Trunk
Florida East Coast Ry. The Tropical Line
"w fa: 1ft* world 1uiM the
k EVERY
who raises ( pfryifciaa ct bi TO Mal partner. ,

TtJG hlpp: .n to leave that patient race' TABIX ya IT or CTFECT JAX. IT, jwa.CCT3 I
I vegetables, berries 4rat ptving hero pp.-riptfGnr Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway

knows by :: bow it was: affprofwwintuaA- bat, Bgt'rD fR.at DwwaS. XOSTB BGCD ( M VPkX.OtI

grain, I woo Id. I f
the importance of having the tatia for ton* et lea."- >.- pi1T + wrxE oJS. i t rn Fs mila 7 I

of Preaa.l.Ne.. .. 19 tan, 4 2f n Lr.... 1 4:lTZOtm JOISp a* socirir ; I. Effect .1_ 1. "*.- I"...a. -:fOaTHw _

e' large percentage f91p 33ApY113M1 tlnuAr......._. eeAuln.Ctn. ....... L ; 1IJOU* 2 Up TOT* :lIIIU' D (a To I sea o. y8iitp
.ee 0....... i. ia' t 4ksLr ....... ore. aag manor. ..... Ar3TOSK JSgl tits 1>..JACKSOXTILIX.'..J&Oranff :. ; a..I.'p.I--- '
E ; llinm ia.r. ......FLswna iJ36p ......... Park: ..... ... 6 "a.t Hpn: '
-
;: do JOB 111* gmus turtle j .... ,. ............ .... .... .
I ..., .. AT-L.! ..... : 15Ar TWptT"' nl E4. .... ... .ta... Ni: ski .:: .... (Liana $Sipmrhos

PotashIn I ; I detest 1t." .... .. W e 4t45.Lw p r!TAr!I -.".... na.Pa servo-T.asks ) 4'liM i7tpl) ... .... 'fe 11460..: .'.."...."..Greeittsveypriap.... .hLalJla....... ........ 6IAam 6/oam( icarpm'63Spmt''

A> TOG eat ft leer 4 t W..l.c fan X.MWII. ..... AfISlpillUe. 9 tau *1u4 ----- ..... ..loll...... .... .. ......_...54Ww... ......... ......... t
-r? 576 ....... th.. .. .. TC* : ..:. ,,,....., Pomnaa......... ....... .. .. ... ".
l ... '
ooh has t/> pat np with a I 21 7.p' ...' 142pitlel ..... -_. .Ovmnmt.......... Tffipiffip' ... ... 13s ;::: : II9ta.r..CteaerntClrylnnetGsn.:: :.: 3Aam .S '
In his fertilizers. If the ( i many facrjcveoltocM if em*'*pa if- 11219a ,. Ilipt1i Inyt'nna.' .. .... *. ., ... 139aa 1646a' Lisa, U .............g riae............ 33.sm u'-i 12th
1Zp .., Pro Or in v.. 3 a S WI2 ..... ,
...... 246am
iSizfT is low In Potash ,1 ocf .7 nsfjttfrea ft"-Cbkaga ... ., ,.....S ...... 9 nipt 4 ..... 41 I ..s :.. ..214.... *p2I: ..!. ...._...DeL...Gleaworllt 5n Rprlsf.......... .......... ...... _. Ua 1
too P| laffia.... .t nu .....Feresford... ..... 212sm i3Spm'
** .. 3fepI1Mp{ ....... TtXnwrtUir. .. .w 29 4Mprizrpi ( 3II. aj ....... ..!
_. ... .. ..... : .., $:: .... I21pArI..... DeLaad ...... IL 3+pmt
harvest is sure to be small, Complete ) .....-<<7. -- .. 3np4l > ... aty e+omt I'fipl----- ........ .......... 414 ,m, ,
..?.. t31p1n4- ...... .. Cirnis.+.. ".. 34p 34Z...... ** ', Jane .... 21ft .
.tfag of iaappofnterl: nets" : TS; ...... 46p47u + ........... 2 Wpi' 3Upl...... 114* Tear! Jt7a I II! .?Oranre City a. 1
np .. ... ......... 22ft.1 1
of Inferior quality D 1- ..... Eau the lu, .......... $2pi 23tp1. .. .. ........f.. In 1 .J: t '
.__ 4'y
the cynical per.fOD"HI: n eZ-1 -- 10p k t ..iTTOmiAEV.V.'Lv.Mt. .......... .
,:.. ... .
._ 41Mp 2 ........r..lr.thnnrne.... ...... a j-juw.._.. .... ..... .. .. 3139 +lap. .
lete: a <*cim.o." -- -- ... .. .... ........ ........( 44v ........... DfJra............ ... ...... ... ..
.. ... ..
enraf ap .... .., Strip ( .. .... Eowlami 1.1 tel. ....
Oar bocks tea sioat the w .... ......,.... ... ......
.
proper ca.ndMat&' I ...... S31p _... ...... SebwtOaa...... II31ea .. ...... .,. I .. .... ...... f. 41 .. .Tanntt .. .... i10am '
fir, all crop, and wee wi5 lull/ send nap St. Linn* .. Des .. ...... I lilt a 3 hit sh Kp Ar.------ Panforl. Lv 22'/10/ P m -Oii"
He got tack from the Klondii 1 s 10. .M a rID 3 Nf ..... ..Fort ?levee.-.. .. pe 4hi i Qti 1Ca ...... 49da1' ...... .QrbAd<)..... .. .. 12 11 p. 21Spm ...1T. 1.
yVla any tim ti? ace\ wbcrc oar tadetall ... .. .tap ,. .. ..: Ed............. M.ta ) .. .::..:: ... ... .. .'.'. *. -1 4 ::......::Lakeland... ..... l U P m D I. pm :: .
fut.U tsltp'' .. .,? ,J<*UVHt............. MHre( .. .? ......" .. ..1. taTl f 4 .'......._....EOnnw. .......... I1.plll 62tam'' "'h
WOCKS, flabbin: -Wwibfa on Scar ,.. tuupJflp ............ aenYn ... ...... 9Yly. ..... .,.. ...... ........, al M S6p( "-r..l"tlftla Gorda..Lv' 3IS pm IfU3pm .....
91 Mtttfea SC.,flew Ywk.STAGE e ?3Sts .. ...... Robe Souad.. ....... 9'.oft! .... ........ 1531511',:;... .....Tampa............ 1Tapm so40am\ j ..h.
-ISst1 Wean Jdtpt'Ceff....__ "' ata4. .. .. Inj f Bay Hotel....-..... ... .. ...
AwDfa .. ? ..... :l -----Tampa .......Lv IC ,
....... lama
;Fs t Ar.JUiipJ. ........Wea4 Pain BMKiBOTjfe&xa ... ... S3Ie! >tIKe ZzsaUI1K TA fS} Tampa .1..P ....
of the riders it ..._.... .nlU.kL .. .. Taapa..Art 2 al) m Tbnr Sans Tbf'S ,
TOOgh gofng' Im TS440 .*.. 1'x3 ..__ $ ( .. aYe ,Tnes.Trtlke..I ,1MPIIIJWfd. ...
_.... 3 < *Ar..K W..c..L &.&;)fIII.
r to Egypt to join Sltceaer'f iii toUs a 43iPo' S tfl ... 1LPbiaelanis .- S ma.II DTdsf A tSdpI .__..IwerL90tSMoii to Ur.. ..._. .H..ana..L n )p ...1+Wed..Sa&dMon.a :
GLINTS.Tb l4Gyl 940, S Jt ...... V ass PsJr laescb ... $O.l3 60i ..._I 3 eSp h ..
.100tta 43t,1. .. .. .. B ry.iraa.._...... 3.v ?S' .. S3 .
a fallow with tuch an taaalf- .... 14I to .. _.. Delray... .. $7t ... l>I1fIy. f Daisy except auday. 3Non.Wed and rri.ftaS .
ef Germany it .nfii for fl that 11 G1 .. ::D'nr0 g 4 ... 4 .. .... Tnta .!, Jaeksnrule s a.m. arritee GatoartlJe 1:35 p.1&,Ocala 2:1.p. m.. Lta
htfnjf W
emperor ft ? a* ought ,.. ... .... ..... .
..... itr DL ....... .LemaaClty.- 44P Y. 4 .. 3M: .da Iy.
I* harfejr playa written on eM glary and Mttl &vm."-cIne. !4.1114' ID* ?7i1 .Mlikrat .__._ ....Lv 4ILa i 4 t l and 38 Carry Throwga PaBiaaa Buffet Sleeping Can between Cincinnati and T

thehenzoilera+ a IXealcr. BETWEEN HEW SJtTRJtA ASD OEA CE CITY JCXCTIOX.Jf and loral steep*T b *Ja/tluonrttte 'and Tampa open for aceommodaUoa of PaMengm'
t."eMa station J .TlIIea. f p. m.
la bin fleW t..ola.tcfe pleas" ,,. In STA roN3., e. u, o INDIAN BITER SLKV1CE.laiiUa .

La&f 6< Ned,," Albert; Clx>Taller Were Sore E...*.. 1.-7 i sN II v...... .. ..... ..... C'W inytna. ...........aver girt Steamers tears Titorrfll 4 M p.m M ocxfar*.T"aftfbrw.'Wedneefb" and
certain Prtjfmr Fitter Pindar Shootijt-Btrtf* very my. 40fipl tri, -....taats'Hebw. .......... .L 4 tar St. Lode .eulld intermediate. landings returning, arrive TlnuTll Tin
sent a .. ... .. ... ...... days ; Wednada
they. Perkins? fi8iil| ... ..:.. Xt) 2 ctsr IULI10t Tharrda's. Fridays and Saturday at U noon. .
Mr and 1t,.. Kendal will : .1 1.J .. __.OraateCltylaaettno.., Iti 7 w. B. oorrcr. o. D. ACKTRLT,
their nw pbj "To EIder Hi** Ko -TBJ, irxr. ti-eydo IfItmI All Lain b WK(;. S-nr Bmrrn aal Oranq+ Ctty Jamtoon; t,my ere duaday. f eaeal5apertntmdeat. General Pa a lIier AR|
*, bat lor", you lee, air;
!tmnt the St. Jam**. London
month.Lnod.4J. ; bow yer 'oner.-Noggefci. Key West, Havana and Nassau.


it to bar anon its first roe n. Waje Pre.... HTWTS3T.: Ta*tf.iHwni&fp1 "CUTf' of EAT WtHO"qf the Ftm'fd.a Ert: Cbmt SCompwiv
Florida Central & Peninsular
bra. garden. Cbatfat Wvndhaza wilJ to\ th ., bays: : Why do you thzoW tram from ltw.n.TUIv/ about II i p..m.,.mrrtrm* aU Key West aczi day ans. I
ianavatnT. in his: fleW tbeater and itici at that little hUow1'. Lan Key W..rt J:JO.. .. (itaiuUrd trine: )on Towt T*.Thursdays sod rat! udan: ar. I
rr' ta< Miami aint moraine *n ton toemtar wttti north bound trua.HJLTA3TA. .
Leicester araare: be taken med'tine fer 5 cents,

Ami j?: o tberfnteteatiagthing.prmzLd : rest of n* kids f.. itaodia cat fa The 9amakip "Lbuwta"of the Florida Quad Cane Sf. ms6fpi Cnmyaay Time Table In Effect Jan. 16, 1899.
IeaTe.3flrast for BavaaA oo saadar and Wednesdays after anrifttll of lrm: fromrllie Jac use
by Jlta. Mod aka for tfcij .! !"-TCTTB Topics. cheat: LJa:>)p.m...rrtTtn g see ar.iu. .ll 3 ask) > \.nor 3fomia7 ud Thursdays.!
i* a big; revival of 2ha1e:! : pea1'1t.. Lean Mains Taeadays u.ci rybtayc at Drat)* a.m. raarturd timer: ,amrtn YTamaSrrte
w.enearlay. and:5ataidays! tD lime to uned with aelb bM.Jad uata.A3 .
of Jr1r andCoark Ct l1tJL': Already A.da. >jYl1II. : for ta. wtaur Moa begma January W'"t."IJIIo. PrGpOllfd..mnp.: ; : '::=f .:; J I : r

Dickon and IfLw Hel1Z ino-Dow 'golf will 2r3duaIlY die 1 fnTlew>:. I &s [,;if |.wtei JBfjllf r hKTHERSPOl.NTsJ-llU{ Uflf |I''H| I||
-.. l IIt
*, .. every other game haze I ... .. :::0.II. ___ ... II ;:. -t. .. II I .
Crwmao dl FROM MIAMI. KKOM y..AU. .
are >tag a ptMnoraeoaJ baafoena I -I
12 prL.. -
TinuTflte Ar.
3U 12MP
fn Mr. D c rlr.O'. fleW play "ii Jiaiea tot ftatiftior thaw it ii Tsmdav aad Tridays,Jaauary 10 to Tab Wednesdays and Satnriajs. January II IflCp 131'1>1 Lv. St.Aoeustine Ar >30pl03RaIDCp ) 103.ta 2Mp:

Will Happen." to die of old age-"-Brook-. raaIT4. to February 4. air,43fp., .. .. ,eras1410p, 8 0pllSOa Lv..Jackson vine...Ar 900* ....... .925p:! 8 Mi 92:
MendsyLW.da.adaysandPrfdaysFe' TuesdaysThursitaysandSatnrdaysFeb. : 5 ...... .e ... 8 Lv..Take..Ar...... 81Sa.... 831p 8 Obi lit
John Hare bugim with The Prayer. f t. March 31. nary 7 to April L .ud 5$1 : .... .2IIa. t'40pAr.Fernanditta..Lv{ 1 ...... 70Dp45p 73ia30a i.
roar7 ...... les !$ t4 Ar..ETe-ren......Ar 103.11 .......
113 650B
..._. S
Eaoer and 4 to and 5 to it>
an adaptation by Harold Child T **ilava fridavs. April W.dnedays Satarday. April ..._. .
I-lik, I 43 ...... 313p1- lAT... Brunswick. 9 La 5 ...... ....
r TOO -.ec the pr.IUUcfaJ2. April 2t Aorit 2)r6tsaman ...... ...... r3''> ......
Franeofj Copp** 'Le Pater not previoasly .... 112% pIll8pAr..8a1'anJl&h..I. .2:2: 64Ss ....
his 1 tttuui,. p r>{jtent way? from Itukmi aaciN asaai aG 410: p. m. o< da.j:*a iT nna ed, arrtyag aa ...H..... "'anp I 5-a 35PUOQL..5at'aDDah., .. 914a 5t1aU.c.Jca! .I,.,,
apes Jo Englfrb, and "Oars., by the hand S3pI Ar. t irat.S. C..LV 'i 105p..
& : you aa aura, 'Ua&aiml1: Ul-=:nc. 9"3pi2aln< : ,,305SSrta 500a124Ta 63)a) ..
A new play called "What the W dear old friend, good 4ayr Connection msd# al tfamtm vftb Ward x.rn. Steamer to and frocx Saatiaf and :::::: :::.:: I3tiM l IMp' S 14p! .(Denmark, 8 C : u@ 3 08a 310a "I., ...
e ( an confldla Qenluga.C1Iba" oo certaia Aatim. : :. aasp ; eua f- ..Augusta, Ga.. ...... .... ...... :! ; I. .
See ill Say," by young O. P. Baaaof ft honors ::::: :::::: ::::...coot T32pl 4lSa ColumbIa.8.C. 54)a : ....../11 ..I.1',
will b* played by Edward Terry every wtitair These TbB Table shear tk<*stn eat wftteai traoM sad IDoac.may t* expected t.arrive and .. ... ...... ...... .. ... .. ..,.11124 "Spa rtanborvr.SC" ... S Map ...... ..... .
SActis a breach! d' fmr1d.lhl depart free ck* several rtatno and parts,. bat Ct, r amval or departure at the time .. ...... .... ..i Itnv .. AsherilN.C. ......C I J06p344al030p ..... ......I. 'I .
open hi* aeaeon in London early in: *January roe; dbia't vote for ahn.. atoned LJ aoc rxamtMfl.nor dnm.the CLnpanr; bold ts*.tt rfpon.-nW for any delay or any :::::: ::: :: ..:::: 115p Jt3fPt 9 Ala .. Charlotte,X.:C. : :..... :' :

I B&Mira/mm/ ariAar thMrrvfroaL. .... ..... 915p'I2.b1e47a' SaMsbory.XC.Greensboro: JSXa,1, Lisp> .... 11a: .1".
00 you find Us once, For eopy of Jnrml ton: card rail at Eft W''11 Bur sanea.JaekaoavOIe.: or dint :: ::::::. .... .Itt.1p 15121 S. C" 124a 720p..._. ;
"Jb Termagant.," which Mis TOO think bow cud hTI b. J.P.BECi: W KH,Trains!ICkaa r. J.D..1UD'1:3": A. 9.P. ... : ::.: ...... :..... nstp 3Ir.a,13Op",, Tnnrife V. : 12 Ka SOTp..... 1Ot5af'. .1.,
Kethenol prod seed in London b. greets tb* cban aa helped SL..Aarssttze. .._... .... ... .. 6 tela. 625p Richmond Va.LrnebbarK. ...... ....... 5 Ma
A ._... ...... ...... "
bfan 1$1a 45.&! 32p .Va. nasp43Tp:! .._. 34'a..
weeks ago ha* proved a big nscceu ...... ...... .... 3350/ C.5a 82r Cnarlottesvllle 8", 1200n.. ....J 1 a'a.. ....
and will te ud fn her dtufag proe-perftr to ice. ...... ...... ....:. 642a19-L i 9060 .. Wasbineton. 63op ......[10"-1a. .'I.....
repertory. bVQ ask about tile neffnbor ..- ..... ..... 8do'11t'SaII25p' Baltimore :: !C2a ..... 93:!>p ..
her coming American toss rejoice to find a man .. .. ...... ..... loua1243p 11 p 25.s Philadelphia 2 '6p 72fta: ...... 6 Mp.. .'I.. .
...... .... ...... 63a": New York .
leer persoaairy Ilea htra 353p! 1200n 1313...... 43T>p ...
Th Dramatic Mirror M an .. ... .. .. .. "111 OOpt M...... ... .1. .1.i.
no ode seekla plan ) .-.. 13r> 3 OOp Boa ton .-;N ...... 6 OOp ...... 900a., .. ..
of the overcrowding of the a

I>rofe.sion! in London quote the ft ehBtc yoa wb n bl hired jsaa 41411 H .".'.._._...'....''.'I 1.-.. ...!W* OOptL.Tip Ar..Jacksonville.. Everett. .... .,........ 8M 63a7>, i.M,

that in a new drama produced there aa pus .t 700 hard :33>oj I, .... ..... ......' 52 a .... Atlanta.... A1rL..I..I......' ,lOSepaa, !
a rod state roar errand gr' yip I-II> ; .... \......I{ 93na') ..Chattanooga.. ..... \ 6iOpal
minor part wa applied for by 200 ae Pier"H..,, ToaTI bve to seed roar TtW......I..I -..... Tpt ...Cincinnati... PP ....... 111II
Irene tirrL-

Jenevieve Ward, the well replr-esatn yoa hear it- ()8.3I\.33.Dd 31 makeeonneetion for Brunswick.arTIrloi'Brunswick 1U,11.20 a m and$::15pare.peecirely.
saacfcloo: a.ri wtUt pattn. For New OrItaD5.lnln leans Jacksonville 9'O a. ..... with through sleepeJ1, 1/
American tragedy actreao itate in a. U oat aa tbcrVa no teEItn rtvingiewOrtrans4)a.m. Only thro.gb sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from Newt(
autobiographical sketch that ihe hd. comIc fa agate,"* leans*s*)p.m.
SLEEPING
CAR SERVICE.rne.3 ,
trained for an inger. and lest Washington Star.
opera ; and 3:!. Sew York and Florida Limited running! between St. Augustine. JadttonT&J
voice. in Cuba! after liogjcg in and New" York. A solid vestibule train coosisting of composite dining and drawing room I
European capitals sleeping compartment drawing ro .m .leeping-and observation cars. I
No*.35: and:asrastlUU, Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville and the ,Clnclruu:
Notice. Sleeper via Asherllle. I
\, .Von.3T and M earrr throazh sleepers between Jackson ville and New York In connection vdl
APHORISMS.A a 8 and 13 and T and It with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa. I
Court, in and for Brevard :lo.3IS earriM Cincinnati.Florida and Hanna Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta ml
good intention clothes Itself Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This II brought to Jacksonville by No.33. These trains also bui
FloridaIca the Se.InJIs(Yia 1nG1nDI4I)and the Kansas City (rU Memphis) through sleepers between ttel
p'Wer.-Ement.ID. CB C1It": ; ettH and JaekJlODrllle.N. .
tQi ...29 and 3)handle Ibmath .teeDen bet wt en Jacksonville and
Cincinnati No. 30 openiil
;
Doubt whom will tat A.TteGranw,
yon I 9 p m at Jacksonville for Pullman passengers. I
VS.
doubt yourself.-Bovee. JotLantone and } Bill to Fonwbxie +m AU bsrgare trill be ebeckeollrolO Union Depoe. Tickets will still be sold at the city tlckflL.
1r 1 1 omce.:2tVJ Homo Street as well as al the Untou depot ticket olllce.
The more w. itody the more we dia at.JohnstoB. Movtgage.es. > .A.SHIP)IAX, A.G.P.A. F.C. VTRIG HT. Dis. Pass. Ajtt! 202 W Bay*1

cover oar ignorance.- Shelley. 'bv the affidavit of D.L.Ganldev. A. 0.UtacDONEI.i. ilea Pass. Agent

Doing good it the only certainly happy for the eixnpfcklaaal In ibis c...*..
de'e1ild.A&at.NOf'IIIaJI R. Johnston:
action in a man' life.-Sir wife Esther: "'.118'-, are _rni- I (( ((1

Sidney:! .. Stale. of Florida,and are both over .
....cy-OlWr1an'.and that there la no <<(1)
Bleating ever wait on virtuous deedj I tbe:State! of FV>nda Mnb of a sob -
wbofa ._lot bind the> said defemi.
and though a late, a sore reward : .
R. Jobaatoae and lUthev: Job* 5outhernRailway

ceedi.Ccogrevtt. : r that JobBdMo the said reside Sonata at ami K. Joaiutone tbeir ad SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES !

True dignity U nevergalaed by etalte An O,Xo." 103 bishop street,
and never sat when honor are withdrawn. f .Gl.utmr.! EairUnd,so said affiant U Ifaest CBI"|.. sad S rne*. 2Ca Transfer between Jacksoa vtn. sad Xw York.' .
and bettevt. It U therefore ordered To Fleet U composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers :
.-Ma cinger. *.Novraaa R. Jobadtone and "
"Cominche" (new) "JUlonqiila "Iroqnols "Clieroaee "Se fto1e.
Jobastooe required to apvear
In character, in manner, in ityle ..._pUJAaA.'. bill cf complaint oo ,
all things, the supreme excellence i North-Bound.
Most Excellent Service Ever Offered Out of Florida.
Mi m pi l ici tr.-Long1 e I low. I>1Y OF MARCH A D1.OO4 Steamer are appointed to sail according to the ti will be taken aa _',..ed. and the Prom JACKAOTVTLLC.' FLA,. (eailin; at Ourbutoo), dondaj, Taesda.an4Tbartda,..
The beet manner of avenging oarelve : .allowed proceed ex-pane wtt&I From CHARLESTON: s. % -' Monday. Wednesdays and Fridays EAST
i II by not reeembling him For boor of sailing see"Clyde J.iAe**Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston daily paper. NORTH WEST.THROUGH .
ordered that this order be pub South-Bound.
has injured ns.-Jane Porter. each week for eight consecutive.
the IITDIAH RIVEB ADvocaic. a new*. Steamer are appointed to sail from l'Ier 2>, East River,:New York at 3 p. m. as follow: f
If there U any person from whom hrhedas TliasviQe Brevard county, For CHARLESTON",8. feel dislike that i b the parson of : For JACKt4)NVILLEFLAea7UngitCbarkato.: ). )Monday Wednesdays and Friday THOROUGHFARE

you ought never to (peak.-Cecil the llrtn. Minor 8. Joss Jodire of Clyde" New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.) COACHES. VESTIBULED TRAINS.
tbe seal of
well
said
,as as coon at
(CalliDg at CbarleatoD, S. C., both wavs)
More hearta pine away in secret angnitb bmuei at TUovUe this DecemberA. '
'STEAMERS"are "NEW YORK AND FLORIDA '
for onkindne from these LIMITED.
A. STEWART. appointed to sail .a. follows s
kboold be tbeir comforter* than for From tool of Home Street,Jaeluuavliite, From LewU* Wharf .100. Solid Pullman Vectibuled! Limited. Dining Library. Compartment Drawing'BOOS
I Oerk Circuit Conrt.
other calamity in life.-Young. THL'KSUAYA. _FRIPAYa.Clyde's and Observation Cars between $... Augustine and New York.

Citation. St. Johns River Line. "WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LiniTED."

*. Dr....... Thaak To.. Throvia h Vntibaled DrawinrRoom Sleeping Cars between Tampa and Xw York,

We never want to meet woman of kin; of Joe Leaon. who' died Jacksooville,Palalka. Saoford.. -Tbeelegu.Enterprise Fla.zt..s.ew and heel iaerae4lat.landings Steamer on the St.John's River. via JacKsonTille Savannah and Columbia without change.

ii de!crib d a* being aa beanUfol. la Rrevard coonty,Florida.abnat "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."
l.'.Ib.1*W,aDd an ohms whom it may "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE."
dream. We
never had a dream yet nereby aotitted thai six weeks after CAPT. w. A. SUAW.Leave Polhaaa Drawlsg Room Buffet Sleeping Can between Jacksonville and Xw York.
which ornethW} big and black : publication hereof to-wit: Iwcember It appointed to nil a* follows: .

cruel teeth and eye, wa not ; IxuM.aad on his their.."'u.failure I win to appoint a""Ilor Oen.a/W Jacksonville. ... . .. .. Sunday, Tuesdays and Thursdays 3 39 p ID Embracing Lynchburg. Charlottesville .
Aanford ltlDoU1I.. >VeOiMe
n*. If a woman* trantifol* a or some creditor of said e.tale of Joe LeaTM iiay* and Fridays 9 3W a m \ Baltimore and PblladelphPalliua J.tVashlngton. *

look like that a law should be t r 01Mr At person administer on his 6OL'TtJ 1I0L D. SCII&1>tLE. JoK NONLt 4
fl rtlia. Read docna.. Read ttLaoUrUl
up. Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars to Micon. CUcla
forbidding her
appearance in public.Atcbinon D. L. GACLDEX. Lea,. 1.30 p. to. ..,......... .............J krule.... ...............,..... Arrive 2.110.. m. *, BinaUfhara. Kansas City and M. Louis Atlanta Chattanooga.
Globe. ..,Fla, conic;Jndje. .. 443 p. m. .........................ral.alu..... .. ................ ... Lea... $.OO p. ....
mh itM.. ZUecM 2.110 .. In. ........... ... ........ .:A.llor. .. .... .... ................... 2.30 p. .... Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
.. 430 .. m.... ..................... ..81. Francis............. .............. .. 1.0) p. m.
a. m. ... ........ ... ...... tte.tord -....... ...... ............. 12.110.. .... Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville Through tbi
.. 1.00 a. m. .................. .......Btw Springs. ......................... I. 11.1\1) .. m. ,
Arrive 1.30 s.ID.I............... ......... ..&610r4 .. .. ........ ........... 100.. ....
MALLORY LINE. 'I ,2mJ............... .. .. ... ....EEnterprise.... ............ ...... .... ..JO.. ..... "LAND OP THE SKY."

York, Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. Darnel Dally Limited Trains For Cincinnati via Ev.r.ti.Fo .

and Boston. W. H. WA RBCRTOS'. T. P. A.. F. M. IRONMONGER,Jau Fla. ...... Art.. sleeping
i A Howtiac Green.>'e. Tork. lot West Bay St..Jacksonville. ,4 UU4 taformaUoa as to rates, car reservations, eta, .?Plr, *
From i (directVX New York. C. P. LOVEU. A..,. FU. aptjacksoavllle- JOHX. L HOWARD Sap41riDleade1a1. aay agent of Us bOCTumn: RAILWAT or it* connections.
8EKT1CE. FU.THEO. Foot liocaa Jacksonville. Fla.
O. EG KB. T. M, ft Bowling Green New York.

t 1y Te with steamers leave Jacksonville WK. P. CLTDE CO.. General A gate R. W. HUNT Florida Pan Agt 319 Went
r-n Tbqr ro,*U Fernasdinaa.rl-Gov.Saford" a Howllet nf_o.X.w Torn. 11 1 o. u.Uwe.r. Ave.. fhnadelphU. street JacboD'flU"J
(Cnml< Arrive frnnevlrk JjOrt. iHnaer en J. M. GULP. "W.A. TUE. 8. H. HARDIR1
ronte. dr. ..vln& Jacksonville 4:*> p. m. 1F. C.
i P.), via : R'y. Arrtte Kranswlck IU Throe Manager. Oea. rams. Agt. Assk 0,.. raas. Agt4..
p. a. ..., to directly steamer. FOR SALE.... Home-Crown Waaaiagvoa.January D.17.C.18oQ.JOE. Waihing. D. a AU..

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.". :New! York Pier 21 E.R.,>:Jttp. m., ( Lv Brunswick ;'{: PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS #

Friday, Jan.20. . ..... ... ..... ... ... ..................... ....Friday .laD.n
Friday. fl. .... .......... ..... .. .... ..( .... .....................Friday, Feb. I Of the following Varieties
.'lda'.I..b. 3.. ... ...................... ....... ..... ...........Friday. 14 :
Ffirtay, H la .... .....o.o....... .. .. ( ......................... Friday, 11 Ibbaia Porto PR1NTHTGExecuted :
friday, aT. .. ............. .. J, .........................:Friday, 24 Rico Egyptian Queen Golden! Queen RIpIej! Queen Smooth

For IlIIur&1lnloI1D&Uoa.steamers,'''' .apply to any railroad areat or to Glue Penunbnco ud Red Spanish. OF ALL
A. Y.AK.ntXM N.&1 at.Jacksonville. KINDSPRINTINGS
H. H.RAYMOND. .... Brnnswtck.fa. Apply to G. C. )(ATT A1IS. Florida Pineapple Co., at theADVOCATE

C. U.MALLORYG.ara1Age at, : .,, and MJ Broadway X.Y. West Palm Beach>' Fla. OFFICE.

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OTELS-AII.tllc-year-round. IIOTKLS Augustine MKUKITT (Mrrrltt'M Inland). 6


HOTEL HIBISCUS Palm Beach I
Nevins' :RivErvie)
ATLANTA, GA ]Yki If
A New Hotel, on the same side of Lake Worth and very near the Royal
Polnolana LEON II. CILLKY, Manager. MEUR1TT, FLORIDA. ON INDIAN RIVER. l

*n vrva sr HOLLY INN Daytona On high pine land. Health, comfort Anti sport Xo bettor Hunting and
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Fishing In Florida. s
Facing the beautiful Halifax River; finest bicycle roods (In the State. Open from January 13th.18W. M. II. i
f ERNEST I* CASWELL, Manager; MAIIOY.- )I '
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# THE BUCKINGHAM, St. Augustine, WEST PALM: 1t1:.1C1i. 4'

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41 :> Opposite Alcazar, Ponce do Leon and Casino, and among the date palms. -
a VVM. 1'. KENNEY" Manager.
a d y ; Send for booklet. CEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor. Seminole Hotel *\ .

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; The St. ST. AUGUSTINE, FGA.slue. OPEN ALL THE. YEAR. \ :!
George
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T v C. D. TVLRH, Owner and Mg'r. WEST PALM REACH, FLORIDA. I t

k This hotel is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. ('1"1111 to I
the railway depot Free 'buss to and from trains! llonts attached to the ImtrL f
p Corner of the I'IIIZIInd St. George Street. In the very center of the city. with! fishing! tackle on boaid for the use of guests.! Rates, fiom fc'.OO: per d.., anil ; d
!Strictly first-class in every respect. Rates: $2.50: per day and upward upwards; special rates by the week or month f "

;,; Special weekly and season rates. GEORGE' XAl'K, Proprietor. '

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FLORIDA AUUSTIXE;, *LATHE WENT PALM REACH, FLA. I II
The Palms!: i
Capacity 20.; Rates reduced from $1 to $'_> and A (lisNi'liiKs hotel, situated on beautiful Lake i
$3: day. A large well appointed, admirably located hotel the ,
per Riving comforts Worth, opposite Royal Polnelnna.\ Elect: .tic lights.
and service without the cost of the more
l' expensive ones. Elevator, electric bells baths, etc. $2, t2. IO and fa:l per clay bpvrl.il tales by week \#
k1 Hot and Cold Baths, etc.
: Strain Heat, C'oircspondcnco or personal The Palms, West Palm Reach, Fla.1IiIiA1:1YII.
investigation; may save you much. Open until may.

Dit. T. A. WORRALL, )Manager. J. T. SKILES, Prop'r. -
0)TEL ARAGON ATLANTA, GA. l\1tA lI.HOTEL .
The Palace
Hotel of the South.

American and European plans. We cordially invite the patronage of the best Algonquin Hotel. I
nmercial, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located, only three blocks PhlJnlll goln i, a on\i? : MIAMI, IMscayno Ray, FLA.
i Uniorf depot, at highest point in city and away from all noise, dirt and smoke King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. ,
_jtrams. Every modern improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelledany
hotel in the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Rates, American plan, Refitted, newly furnished and under Pleasure grounds, extending flvo hundred feet to liver; boating and l fishing;
1)0 to $-1.50 per day; European plan, $1.00 to $3.00 per day. new management. Centrally located eight hundred feet veranda. f.A. f..

GEO. W. COLLIER, Jr., Manager. near all points of Interest. Large sample R. THOMPSON, Propr. JOHN S. HOWEN, Manager.
for
room use of traveling men. Overlooking t
Plaza and Monuments. A full '
view of the ocean and rolling breakers
Ihe Holland .ATLANTA, GA. from the piazzas. Baths, gas, electric Hotel l

27-29 Auburn Avenue. _________, B-1 bells and a perfect system of sewerage. Connolly MIAMI FLORIDA. ;
Rates: $::4.0i) to $.i.6U per day. Special rates by the week. ,

[ Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences. Open all year. C. F. COX, Proprietor. Beat 2.00 per day house In the city. Special rates by the week.
O. P. HUNTINGTON, :
MRS. F. A. VOORHEES, Proprietress Propiletor.
AUGUSTINE, FLA.
THE ABBEY.ST.
j Rates, $1.00 to $1.50 per day. Phone 1C29\ Gates. St. George Street. ------- -- ,

Inv*.td In the Klondike.
Mr. McNioholl/)) general traffic Homapthic
LITIIIA Sl'UINGS, GA. Hot Sulphur Baths free to guests. Electric Bolls. Rates, $2.00 per day. of the Canadian Pacific railway
manager .
Special rates by the week or season. estimates that BO.OOO people have

LITHIA SPRINGS, GA. LOCKWOOD & TEAHEN, Proprietors. gone to the Klondike this season and .
ie Sweetwater Park Hotel MOST BEAUTIFUL RESORT HOTEL that 20,000 of them will return to their Dyspepsia Powders.Cures 1

,1 AND GROUNDS IN THE STATE. ALA TA.Graham homes without reaching the goldflelda.

Situated twenty miles west of Atlanta, on main line of Southern Railway. A Each man carried with him an outfit
commodious,'modern, high-grade hotel; steam heat; electric lights. Cuisine costing several hundred dollars)) and his. ,Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Eruc- 1
unexcelled. The wonderful Bowden Lithia Spring and Its health- Hotel traveling ('XPCUII1Svere not loss than tlotw, Belchlngw, Piles, Itching of *
producing bath. Magnificent bath house in connection with hotel and ; PALATKA, FLORIDA. $250 or $SOO, making H total average Skin, Liver Tumbled, Pulplta-
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under the same roof. Turkish, massage, .vapor, electric and needle baths. G
expenditure of not less than $000, or,a .tlon of tilt Heart, ,etc
| Writ for Illustrated Booklet. JAMES E.
IIICKEYt Proprietor, The only Brick Hotel in town. Electric lights and bells. Open the year total Investment of $80,000,000 in purr -
a :Springs, Ga. round. Service strictly first-class. suit of the phantom. Thus far less than
Dry atmosphere, beautiful drives, every,facility for outdoor sport. Rates:, $2.60 per day and up. Special by the week'or month, and to families. one-fifth ns much has been brought DIIIKCTIO.NH:-A powder before' meals

MRS. M. L. BARNIIART, away, taking the miners' own itate- and at bedtime.

JACKSONVILLE.E Proprietress. mouti as correct, and the total outputof -
the Klondike( 'country this year is not
Twenty Powders, 25: cents. 1
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. OIWIOND. expected by the most sanguine to exceed
( ST. JAMES 10000000. In other words, the gold 1
Season 1898-1809.\ Open Dec. 18, 1898.\
hunters will get back about one-third Depot:

The St. James needs no introduction to visitors of Florida. From a small HOTEL GOPINA OR IOND. Y.TIIE-SEA, FLA. of their investment.-Chicago Record.
inning in 1869, the :St. James has increased in size and added to its appointing SAMUEL EDEN, I, D., t
with increasing popularity of the tourists' travel to Florida. lJewlnlr Up ;.loo' T....
The location is unsurpassed; being on the highest ground in Jacksonville, Open for the Winter Season. Fine Surf Bathing, Fishing and Wheeling Some of the animals in the zoo in BROOKLYN! N. Y.

png the St. James Park. :MRS. M. VANCE, Proprietor. Glasgow have, it Dooms recently had 1310: ,UUBh"Ick Avenue i iIteghllting 1
Baggage checked to all points.Its "- mishaps and havo had to be patched up.
music, as In the past seasons, will be furnished by Prof. Ed Prouty's Or-
the settlement of certain email
istra, and will be of the high grade. This house, as in the past, is under the MELROSE HALL During : the Year \
inagenient of J. R. and will be ORMOND, FLORIDA. differences with one of his fellows a
done
Campbell, everything for the comfort and With rich ;
,
blood
pure healthy which
lion had the misfortune to havo his tail
|asure of its guests. Address by mail or telegraph; be had \,
On the Halifax River, and one mile from the Sea; situated in a grove of badly torn, and Dr. J. McCall of the may by taking Hood's Sarsapaillln : "
J. R. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla. you will not need to fear attacks ofpneumonia
palms and live oaks. Interior furnished with baths and heated by hot Royal Veterinary college' was called in.
bronchitis, foyers, colds or
water. First-class In rellpect.rar .
every The of the lion secured, and
legs wero the
//I'lp. A few bottles of this
Facilities for driving, boating and fishing. Terms moderate. great
FLA. the tail was put between 'the bars of tonlo and blood purifier, taken now, will
otel P1acideJACKSONViLLE
Address: SCOBIE tL L1PPINCOTT.TITUSVILLE. the cage, so that the inrgooii could per- bo your best protection against spring

J form the ueottHHitiy operation from tho humors, bolls, eruptions'that tired fooling ,
outsldo. Eight !stitches were put in, and and serious Illness, to which a weak t
Centrally Located. Most comfortable hotel in the city. All conveniences. the tail was then bandaged. Dr. JIcCull)) and debilitated system Is especially\ liable 1
Unexceptionable cu lilne.: 'Bus meets all trains. Ample Sample Room accom- INZ7Is3N' RIVER IOTELI has also had to attend to tho baby elephant In early' tllH 11If,:. Hood's :Sarsaparilla' :

modations for Commercial men. Rates; $2.50 per day. which, in some mysterious fashIon eradicates taints, tones from and the blood all tho scrofula i: ,
Conducted under the able and efficient management ofGEOHOE t had broken its leg. The animal was strengthens stomach -
; TITUSVILLE cure dyspepsia, rheumatism, catarrh -
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; : in sling, splints applied to
WILSON & CO.Travelers' ; put a were and every ailment caused or pro- I
y.'Y INDIAN RIVER, the broken limb, and it is hopod that niotod by Impure or depleted blood.A .
i baby is now on tho way to reoovery.-
New {'' w.4%}[' FLORIDA Westminster Uuzotto.
1 HoteL. CHALLENGETo i
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Management. --c } Studying NpuiiUh.An .
:; J. G. MAST, odd thing about the salo of Span. a Sword, Poll, ICnplnr or Baronet Con. ;I j i
ish manuals that most book dealers now test for Kd.lOO.OO. '
FELIX GARCIA, Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Manager.: .
/F r carry Is that whilo quite brisk during TAMPA, Fr.A., Jan. 18, 180!).. ;
ISd.44.4'yl tho actual progress of the war, it has
Service.
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete '
i Kdilor Indian JHrrrAiliocnte:
1' u Open all the Year. latterly diminished( to almost nothing. ;
TIlE, BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. -- The Spanish" teachers tell tho same Dear Sir-I herewith, challenge Mr

Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. etory While tho fighting was going on San Poiklns of Tltusvllle, Indian River,. .'
Only a few minutes a great many people !suddenly deter. recently Iho First Florida Regiment, to j
walk from Railway stations mined to learn tbo language and mado combat with sword, foil, rapier, bayonet ,
and steamboat land. n fair start, but now that L Hpunish territory or any other kind of weapon of defense '
(otel Roseland JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Y'M.' Y119 I96NRr. Ings. for any sum of money not to exceed tho
ia about to.10 opened to
"x"s 6'pj Rww On the banks of the apparently
sum of $.r>(iO.OO, tho,mntch'to take place bin
American enterprise'and a knowledge
far-famed Indian River February OK: March
On your way South stop at Roseland. Three acres beautiful lawn, bowlingys of the native tongue begins to asinine This challenge Is also open to all-
Rome practical value their enthusiasmhas comers In the United States.
Robeland must be
tennis court, croquet grounds and other amusements. UOCKLKDGK. \ '
waned. By canon: of common Yours
every sincerely
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to be appreciated. If come to Florida this winter, call and see us. Thepi
you sense it ought to be just the other way, J. A. McGuntr
of Jacksonville. Located on St. John's River. Take car at station. Tran-
but it isn't, and the clrcuIDHtaDce/hrow./
pt rates, $:tOO per day; Special weekly rates. HOTEL INDIAN RIVER, UOC r EDGE, FLA. an entertaining side light on one of the Tony Fair, Cochran, Oa., writes: From ;
MKS. A. M. VANHAAFTEN, Manager. many queerly illogical truisms of human my experience with Xellln's Regulatorand
'The largest, leading and best located hotel at this beautiful resort. nature.-New Orleans Times- Black Draught, I cannot compare i
them with Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver I ,
)TEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 75 Rooms at $3.00) per day; 75 Rooms at $3.50: per day; 75 Rooms at $(.00 per Democrat. Medicine, one package( of which did'z[ j!
OXFORD Opposite St. James Hotel. day. Special Weekly Rates. MeaU In Porto IU.... more good for wife's chronic liver trouble ,
The only hotel at Rockledge with steam-hoated balls and sleeping rooms. There are only two meals a day in than two doctors who charged fifty '
Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and Electric light plant, elevator and orchestra. The perfection of cuisine and Porto Rico among the well to do. dollars\ for their Berf1 elll. :
homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleas- service. Naphtha launches. PLENTY OF ORANGES. Breakfast served at 11, and supper, 'I' ,
ant stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jacksonville S. I'ROSKEY. served at 0. Of the two breakfast is the Knives should be gently rubbed with i,

more pretentious, being taken with oil before they are put away for any "
:MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr.
great deliberation and solemnity, intro length of time, to prevent them from ',\
ROCKLEDGE---Plaza Hotel. duced with soup and accompanied by rusting.

ST. AUGUSTINE. wine, of Spanish vintage, as a matter '
of course. To get a meal in Ban Juan i ;
DO YOU EAT ORANGES Do you want to see them in all their glory-on at any but the regular boon would be Bravo Men Tnll
the trees In full grove form ? Do you want to pick them ? Then go to. Rock- next to an impoH ibility, and it would Victims to stomach, liver and kidney t
HOTEL MAGNOLIA ledge on the Indian River. The beautiful new Plaza Hotel Is the hotel. Come be out of the question to do any business troubles as well as women, and all feel
and will be pleased. Fishing, sailing driving duck hunting and shootIng Ions
you at feeding time. That all public the results In of appetite, poisons In i
alligators; all make up amusement for you while there. The table, service the blood, backache nervousness, head
and social evenings at the Plaza have become famous. For the best our officials may breakfast at leisure the ache and tired, listless, run-down feel-
ST. AUGUSTINE. rates are reasonable S. II. PECK, Manager. public offices are cloned between 11 and Ing. But there's no need to feel like f

expended on Improvements and new fnrnlshlngs this season. ::V- See :Mr. Chrlstlancy, representative, at Windsor Hotel, regarding rooms and 1 and the chops are deserted.-New that Listen to J. W. Gardner, Idavllle e
UYdrauUcej ator Hot and Cold 'Yater Baths on each floor; rates. York Sun. Ind. He says: "Klcctrjo) Hitters are Just ,

also Private Baths added to several suites and Jleattng Arrangetuents wJ;.. It'. 111...n,. the thing for a man when ho Is all run '*
added this season, making this During the month of December will down, and don't care whether he lives or +
of tile improvements {
are a few "Here's an article for women. besaid j
hotels In the dies. It did to
and well equipped more give me new
popular house one of the most comfortable be conducted In family style. Opened "on 'How to Make Yourself Attractive strength and good appetite than anything }(;
th
| Write for booklet DIacDOWELL.KzA .' Hotel regularly January 2nd. Shell roads, to a Man.' I could take. I can now eat any ;r
PALMER & Hew Rockledge "Before or after marriage}",.h Inquired thing and have a new lease on my life"
Horses, boats for' fishing, and Daimler thinking it wa about time to Only COo at F, S. ChanWi drug store. I i ,

launch; all for use of guests. Rates, have a little sport with him. Every bottle guaranteed. .
HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. (i
$2.50 and $3 per day. Special weekly "After, of course, he replied prompt ,
ly. "No woman 'ever lose the knack A party cannot rescind a contract on \ ;
Is centrally located, near On Indian River. rates until 15th. Send for ,
ONLY. It January "
This hotel Is now open for ROOMS until after abe marriei. account of fraudulent\ representations ti\
PO stothce Bank and Cathedral. week. booklet. II. P, SHARES, Proprietor, No doubt he was, as she said "a nude by the other party on which\
Rooms, boots to $1.00 per day; 41.50 to $6.00 per Bean old thing."Chicago Post.
Fla. did not act
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hind[ down the East Coast.' I Fort Pierce ROBBINS & GRAHAM S'' -.yv. O O ::I:..,,

The schooner Olga left here this morn- :
Successor to Lovett&: Carroll.)
Ing for Brownsville, Texas. W T. Haibln Is up again after severe (

Arclidracon Brown preached his usual attack of tonsillitis. FRUITS and VEGETABLES of
EIER U..Lavvyo1' ... GROCERIES All X1I
..sto interesting$ sermon!' last Supday at St. J. B. 1\ferlwetber and J. T. Lane re- 1

John's. Mrs. Brown accompanied himon turned last night from their hunting Crockery, Glass and Tinware.. Your patronage
thlA visit, coming from Melbourne expedition, and report lots of water in WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND Solicited,
1 TITUSVILLE -
Saturday.I the flat woods. FLORIDA.Groceries .

I,I and Mrs. C. F. Ensey, of Starke, Harry Harvey had the misfortune1 to UNITED STATES COURTS. --.;::::::
Fla., have been stopping here the past lose the calf from his fine milch cow.
BENJ W JEROME few days. Mr. Ensey Is a brother to It strayed Into the mangrove swamp, E. J:." ::S A &;, :S O.
Geo. F. Ensey, of Tropic, and Is engagedin
and he has been unable to find it.
the commission business. ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished Grain. Hay Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple & Fancy Groceries fJ
State; Representative PENNSYLVANIA : Mr. nan Anthony and family arriveda 1 II,
JIIOV: ; WORKS (X)., for Geo. S. Hanna, of Cadiz, Ohio, Is at few days ago.$ from Wllkesbarre, Pa. for Lands in Brevard and Dade And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay Bran, Cotton Seed Meal GnJ
the Sale of GLOBK I GAS EN'UlNES: Hotel Granada, on his usual winter's visit and are visiting at the home' of Mr. andMrs. Food and Wheat. We are the only house'on Indian River dealing exclusive !
Marine and Mutionaiy.: to his wife and son, who make their Tucker, the parents of Mrs. An- Counties. the above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patroJVery ],!
home here the greater part of the year. thony.
belling Agent COLMAN ACETYLENE: Mr. Hanna is an enthusiastic fisherman. truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., Titusville p4

GAS and: MACHINES.\ Hest; light for Safest private: Cheapest dwellings : ... That neat and tidy little postmistress, have Tourist a'f should full of not gamey forget tarpon that-and' we a: We have a large List ,
Miss Kennedy has not only a well-kept
and river teeming with every descilption and
stores. aud up-to-date postofflce, but has a kind variety of the finny tribe, and lovers of of Lands owned by & Motto-ray
Lesley <
For prices, catalogues; and estimates,, word and a smile for all' her patrons. the piscatorial art can angle at leisure.
address She Is just the one for the position she
,
BC.VJ W. JEROME, holds.J. We are having fine weather again after ourselves and clients. (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
days of heavy rain. It is reported that

Rockludge, }'Ia. town. O.a couple Walton of,days of Titusville this week,, lookingup was in gardens much damage in the has back been country done to by the the truck con Price for unimprovedlands Foreign and Domestic} Brands of Wines, Brandies Rums, Gins and \Yhij

old friends and making new ones, tinuous rains of last Thursday and Friday $3 to $100. Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout.,----- r .....
The Anheuser-Busch Brewing Asso'ion.Fumons and incidentally looking after the Interests .

of the pink paper. Mr. Walton was A First-class Line of Cigars. ... ,Billiard and Pool
St.Lout Keg and Bottled Beer. ,at one time a resident of Eau Gallie, and Richard Head left :Sunday: for Jacksonville per acre. Table!
has property Interests here still. where he expects to have one 'Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to Jordors.

Bold Hy Mr.by J.Mean.I).Cralib Lonlcy, Coroa& Motlow Kla.Hy Tltuivllle Fla. The and flower garden of of his limbs operated on, possibly an WE have a few Residence, Orange I Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titusvlllejl
orange grove
Mr. W.J.Tucker fort fierce Fla. amputation. The wife and six little
Mr. and Mrs. C. AInsworth are lookingIn children have our deepest sympathy in Grpve and Pineapple Properties in desirable -
...JOSEPH ZAPF... splendid condition and shows the their misfortune. Persons charitably
locations. Prices Reasonable.
amount of care that has been bestowed could find
disposed no more fitting case
upon them. The orange trees bid fair to bestow some of the blessings that
Wholesale Beer and
Liquors to have a fine crop of fruit next season. God has given them than to assist this J TITUSVILLE KITCHEN UTENSILS,
When Mr. and Mrs. AInsworth OFFICES .
visiting unfortunate little j
family. and MIAMLMILLINERY.
West Bay Street, ask them to show you their patent tele- Y Cooking stoves, ranges and Blue Flaw:

JACKSONVILLE, FLA phone which connects with the residence We bave a variety that will suit all DII
of Mr. Ivcs. From New York to Miami. and tastes of the housekeeper, and we J

Among the many guests staying at the selling them almost for a song. Our 1
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HENRY R. THOMAS homelike hotel, the Granada, are :Mr. The first sleeping-car service ever op- ... agateware, galvanized and painted
Carter and his bride. This popular hostelry erated direct from New York to Miami, .. .
.."LA VILLA PHARMACY, Is not only kept pretty well full, for travel thereto, and southward by shows new shapes and Improvements,ill
but the attached cottages also. Guests steamers, was instituted on Jan. 30th by and DRESSMAKING. our new line of tinware and crockery I in
Keeps all Kinds of that come once always come again. The the Southern railway and .'. C. & P. Ry. limited. Our fine Mascot cooking stci
proprietors always try to make it pleasant The first car' passed through Titus 0.- -4
and Willard steel is just what
Pure Drugs, Fancy and Toilet Articles. for the guests by taking them out in ville on Tuesday at 2:34: p.m., and range j r

Prices to suit. Southern Home Mocking their naphtha launches sight-seeing. reached Miami about 11 o'clock p. m., iE3I, need for cooking.
fishing, hunting, etc. connecting with the steamship Lincolnfor
Bird Food. fresh every day, 25c. lb., I
Pullman
5-1 bs. Havana This through car .
1.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ives of Grand
will become quite popular as soon as I isis
,801 Adams St., cor. Madison, Rapids, Mich., have quite a pretty win generally known that it runs from I. I
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ter home at this place. If they only New York to Miami direct. I JAS. PRITCHARD & SON
had____ the same rktapA.......__ _In_ their western _Mt.v.... ,
it would command many thousands of
.1 Fancy Pineapple Slips ,& Suckers dollars. They have not only a large Church Notices. 'tus'V':111c: F1a.

for Sale. variety of semi-tropical rare plants and
shrubs, but they have quite a number Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold "
of various kinds of citrus fruit trees, divine service Jupiter on Friday (to- .
Abbakas, Egyptian Queen, Golden /grape vines, etc., which promise to give day) at 10:30 a.m., and 7:30: p., m.j; I ESTABLISHED 1875.
Queen, Porto HiCOI Smooth Cayenne and them good returns for the attention paid Eden, Sunday, 5th, at 11 a. m., and 7:30p. ,

Lied. Spanish.MADDOCK & y MATTIIASIS to them. m; Jensen, 3 p. m,1;; Fort Pierce, r \Vrcl. ,.A.. :SO-c.TeS: : CCl

'Palm Beach: Pinery," Ex-mayor William Treutler does not Monday at 7:30 p. m.
West Palm Beach, Fla. intend to be behind the age with !his Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach at City GRAIN GARDEN. SEEDS AND FERTILIZE!
orange groves. He has quite a staff of Point, Sunday, February 5, 180'J, at 2:00p. : Mail Orders Solicited. Satisfaction ,
men at work, plowing, hoeing and planting m. ,Rev.,Hawk has been re-appointed Guaranteed.
For Sale out young orange! grape fruit and to the Georglana-Melbourne charge, 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
Helen
Mrs. W.
I Methodist Episcopal church, and will Reynolds,
other He has about
trees planted out a
handle the mostreliable
best and
and only Seeds. A complete stork of Hi]
at Hardeeville Point the
Ton thousand acres Turpentine Land, thousand Mr.young Treutler orange. has trees this sea first preach Sunday in each month.City Titusville, Fla; Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright il
In St. John's county, near, transportation. son. shipped quite a dark at wholesale. State agents for Tvjrart-Allen Fertilizer Co.
number of boxes of very fine fruit this At the annual conference of the Meth- tre- -

Sixteen. .Thousand acres in one body, winter. This gentleman deserves success odist Episcopal church, recently held at East Coast Meat MarketG. Bone Star Nitrate Brand Fertllizera-Guarateed Soda, Muriate of Potash Analyi8 Sulphate, Orange Potash Kainlt and Vegetable etc. These Fertilizer fertilizers PureGnd ban t
near Titusvillo, on Indian River, well as ho gives his land great attentionand Eustis, the following local appointmentsof superior in the market and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue tree.
timbered spends a lot of money on it. pastors were made: Rev. R. O. Payne,
to Daytona; Rev. R. B. Templeton, New .
COUHTLAUn BlTCKMAN F. DUREN
Agent.
r Harold B. Carter, of Little Rock, Ark., Rev. J. B. Hawk
Smyrna' Georgiana
; '
22, Ilogan street, accompanied by his charming young and Melbourne; Rev. W. T. Joseph, MI- ts:= lvi. IRSO : -
Jacksonville Fla. '
bride, Miss Mildred Moore of Texar- COea
nee ami; Rev. C. A. Moya, Key West. I3 =
""":f
kana, Tex., arrived recently at the Hotel _.
.Wanted. Granada, at this place. The bride and 12 A: + (Successor to B. Hirsch.)

groom are, making an extensive tour in c:> ., R
1.. DODSON, --.
WHOLESALE ,
the south. After taking in the beauties 'M.D. -
Ity practical man, charge of orange p \
grove. Thoroughly understands the of Indian River, they leave for Palm 'DENTIST. :t O ,
,::::a.
business, ,\ all its branches; has had 10 Beach, Miami, the Bahamas and Cuba. -
years, experience. Mr. Carter! is well known on Indian TITUSVILI.K, - FLOIUDA. FRUITS AND PRODUCED
Address, "R. W. BURTON, River, where he has many friends; he residence. I C
Office at .
Morritt, Fla. also owns a large pineapple plantation. ( --
WPrices to suit the times., I f-J CD
a The following ticket has been nomimated II I- G3: + ""y
For Sale At a Groat .Bargain. I for town officers for the ensuing b Fish Oysters and Galli
For Albert Bennett Al-
I year: mayor, ; Titusville Florida.THE .
A well-equipped, 3 -foot Sharpie, recently dermen, Geo. F. Paddison, Wm. Treut MRS. DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE, ,
fully overhauled everything ler and W. J. Nesbitt; assessor and treas-
ready for cruising: cabin big; enough for urer, S. K. Watts; marshal and collector, TITUSVILLE, FLA. MOST COMPLETE: 73 South Broad Street, ATLANTA, GA.

four berths. It was prepared* for u trip Aaron Bennett; clerk, Ernest Taylor. I REFER TO: The Commercial Agencies, the Capital City Bank, Ilirschbi
to Key West and Cuba, the owner being The election takes place the second Electrical Supply House Scathe: Paper Co., Atlanta, Ga. ; The National Bank, A Kaiser & Bro.;Brunswick, Ga.H;
called away from the state, It, will be Monday In March. Some dissatisfaction Board and Room One Dollar Per Day. Guckenhlmer & Sons, IIerman-&'Kayton, Eckman & Vetsburg, Savannah, GJ
sold at less than half the value. For has been caused by the star-chamber ..THE JOHNSON LAW -CO.. Montgomery, Agent So. Express Co., Atlanta, Ga.
particulars, apply to methods and semi-secret manner of holding -
When in need of White and Bread
J. G. DKTWILLKR: the caucus, but the ticket will prob- Rye .
New :Smyrna: Fla. ably give general satisfaction and be Pies, Cakes, eto., go to Mrs. Deisner's ELECTRICIANS
elected. City Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses, Jacksonville
hotels and families supplied. ,- Florida. "
EXPERT STENOGRAPHER (own ma- The entertainment Eureka hall, last The "Ideal Hat Fastener.

chine.) Experienced Bookkeeper, Wednesday evening, was well attendedand
Teacher, Chaperon. Miss Quinn, Palm enjoyed, and a neat little sum addedto Write Quick.... ;
Daach. St. John's church fund as a result of Bicyclists, will find it a Book:
the endeavors of the ladies of the guild. FOR FREE SCHOLARSHIP

run A varied entertainment was given! the The most useful and salable! Invention out. No hat pins required for bats
I _Law. comedy, "The Boarding House: ," several RAILROAD FARE PAID. bonnets m
very interesting tableaux, piano selection Great Inducements to agents. Quick sales an Notice is that I will Positions Guaranteed.
hereby given introduce
Miss Bertha
by Scott, and popular ulars and cir'culrrs. Address "I. H. F," No. 700 South Pryor St., G
bill in the 4 t
a next legislature of Messrs. J. A. Gilbert and J. A.
by
songs i
KIT": Prompt attention Ga.Chance
given.
Atlanta
Florida, enacting a law regulating the Witty, made' a very interesting pro Open all the Year to both Sexes: ,
taking of food fish with seines and nets gramme. Misses Gilbert, Hodgson, Scott GA.-ALA. BUSINESS COLLEGE,
in the waters of Drevard county. and Hairls took prominent parts in both Macon, Ga-
HENUY L. PAIIKKU, the play and tableaux.

Representative. This place has not only the best kept of a Life 1 Time !
streets for and
toad Law. bicycling driving, but y' NEAR & TAYLOR
has two very fine boatways, capablo of m

troduce Notice a is bill hereby in the given next that I will in and pulling they out are anything both kept on pretty Indian busy River OneIs Artesian WellCONTRACTORS .A |
Florida legislature of owned in the north part of the town magnificent property will be sold at t
enacting a road law for the by Capt. Geo. G. GJeason, where latelywas Edison LaLande cell, type "V," for
county of Brevard, giving to said county built and launched l marine gas engine i ignition. '
a three-masted ,
certain i ,
rights and privileges
authorizing
the levy of a special\! road tax in eachcommissioners' schooner, fItted with two globe gas en- L- h
!
gines. She Is to be the : i Eau
Mexican Gallie Fla.
put on
district, and providing coasting trade. The uthel''a'lIllre lu -Please mention the ADVOCATE when I GENUINE BARGAIN. I
the process by which such tax! will be writing advertiser
the south end
of the
town owned
levied and expended, also providing the by ,
Messrs. Hodgson Bros. and, considering
; a
manner of exorcising the right of eminent -

domain in opening roads.llKNHY L. PARKER. Ing by craft the, etc.looks, they of the must steamboats also be ,kept sail- ANDREW LOS LEY. About eight acres of Grove in as fine condition as any' on Indian River, s: t

Representative, very busy. ... tatning a comfortable six room Cottage, large Cistern, and the finest Pact'
House In Brevard
County i,

P" Reading notice ads. on this page improve Mrs. Thos.her Baibour beautiful still southern continues winter to WATCHMAKER and JEWELER Situated about mid-way between Rockledge and Cocoa; Convenient to tJ! a e

are live cents per line per week. home. She has added two more roomsto A Churches, Stores, etc., of both. .

it, one as a dining room and over that Titusville Florida. For further particulars, apply It
a bedroom; each room Is 10 feet square. ; toWALTER
From the bedroom a beautiful view of (CHAFFEE'S DRUG STORE.) GOODYEAR, t
Eau Gallie.M Indian River is obtained. The Walden Having been connected with some of the biggest watch and clock factories in Dept. A., 3 to 7 W. 29th St.,
cottage and Its surroundings Is one of Geneva, Switzerland, I am prepared to attend to all kinds of repairing and cleanIng New York, l' '
The Spartan the prettiest places on Indian River connected with -watehes, clocks, jewelry etc. If ,
grocery store, run by Mr Barbour U also .you want a good job done,
extending her send
J ebbltt A Botbford U of the pine me your work.
one neatest
cleanest aud ,well-stocked ry, where sho has under cover some ot E. A.
stores to be
the choicest WADDELL
found on Indian River pineapple plants, some with ,
fruit, on and others about to bear. Her atJtWELCO.
Wm. King, ono of the landscape garUeners rose bushes, orange and grapefruit trees WATCHES CLOCKS :Miami City and Dade County _
employed by M 18. Harbour, U are looking splendid. Ono of her young ,
quite a steady-going aud energetic workman grapefruit trees I Is quite a sight to be-
who attends to his duties most assiduously hold, to see the immense fruit hanging Real Estate Bureau]
to its little, slender lImb By-'he-way, .Jewelry Diamonds I

It 18 a treat to call upon that old.fiVuled Mrs. Barbour is quite an expert angler/ ,

: lady, Mrs. Albmine Treutler; she and makes some good catches of tish. Souvenirs; Wedding Rings and Presents A Select List of BAY BISCAYKE a
Is always busy, but can Hud time to give While Hulling In Lake Washington a few log S PROPERTY, City Lots, ,Frnlt and Yegeih
you a greeting and to good word days ago she hauled In a line 7-pouud p E Y Tracts of all sizes for
say a Investments Lands
for her neighbors. black bans, which she U having mounted. 4 j FINE Phosphate and Orange Grove
This estimable lady has sta'Iugwith her WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING West Coast_
Mr. Quo. Y. Paddlson Is still forging this winter a Jolly couple( Mr. aud SILVERMR -
ahead with the times, and I Ills sui'pi Is* Mrs. ,A. C. Sayre, of Bay of Qulnty, A SPECIALT Y. For Cprrespondet.ee, enclose stamps. Agent for 1
tug the amount of business he 'Is doing Prince Edwards Can. who ARMOUR &
county, ar CO.
Spectacles and
?
Eyeglasses. MICIS '
In lumber; shipping, as he does, all up i cousins of Mrs. Barbour / Charges paid oneway.: R. j. RILES, Fertilizers, Chicago, III. AIRMOTER, WIND ChicagO''ll b
223 W, Bay St. JACKSONVILLE
:, FLA. f
t
Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI I. FLORIDA.
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