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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 10, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00006
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NEWS I BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc.-a nice as. F. W. BEERS, OF ST. AUGUSTINE, A MISSING NEW YORK BOY. IMmt at PauMlna. AMONG THE HOTELS '
sortment at Screven's Drug Store. Fla., has the )Inmost: line of Bicyclesand ',
Titusville.Do Sundries in the State. Write him -
of General Interest. Bertie Corthell. of Wm. II. Cor- On Saturday morning last, Charles
I Topics for prices on new 1)0) models. son WIIKRE to stop. See list of hotel on ,
thell, of :215:;, W. 83rd street Now York, White, of the above place, who had been our 7th and 8th pages.
-a you want to buy small steamer? has been lost since January 14th, and all uttering: from cancer of the stomach for
i t1 and General Gossip in connection If you do, read the ad. on this page. -Mr. P. D. Parker, of Madison, Ga., efforts of the police have: failed to locate overnl months, succumbed to hU nftllcon The ADVOCATE Is now on file at all

h Biscayne Bay, Lake Worth, Indian, CHEW PIPER HEIDSEICK TOBACCO Is now stopping at Hawks Park hIm since he left Sixth avenue store, and was burled the name afternoon. the best hotels In New York city. p

|nana and Halifax: : Hirers, Key West Smoke "Key West Cigars; ," or "Wheel-, Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach at Georiana where he was employed In the handkerchief Manager Fred Sterry has returned to'

|,Ian other Important Point along the Ing Stogies," found at Crabb's Cocoa. Sunday, Feb., 12th, morning and department: for a while. Lawn Ttlnnl. Palm Reach after a enjoyable visitto
lit Coast of Florida. Brief mention of evening, instead of the ISlth, as heretofore As far as the ADVOCATE can learn, Nassau, N. P. very
erecting Event from VarlouR Parts -Mr. Percy Walton, formerly con- announced.Mr. young Corthell left Now York rather I'
nected with the ADVOCATE and wended his A lawn tennis court has been fixed upon -Mr. Chas. A. chief clerk
fthe World t About People You Know has accepted mysteriously way south. Crolghton,
position with tbe and Mrs. T. Coldwell, of New- We understand he the ground of the Indian River of Hotel Indian River s
People You Don't Know- Picked Daily Hotel Re- went to Rockludge. Rncklodge; was a ;
t by Our Society Editor aud a 3arge staff porter Philadelphia, where he expectsto burgh, N. Y., have just been on a trip to where Manager S. Proskey, of Hotel hotel, Titusville, where some of our pleasant caller at this office yesterday. ..I
all the
hotel the East crack
scattered along the remain.A resorts along Indian River, employed him. Fromthere players Indulge In that healthy f
Correspondents toast far Miami. Cold- Hotel Hoxcland near the Ostrich
as south as Mr. he pastime nearly every afternoon. t
Hotel and Mnna-
went to Plaza
|>8t Coast of Florida. report of Brevard County Commissioners well is head of the Coldwell Lawn Farm, Jacksonville\ Is mild to be doing I
II. Peck
per; IS. sent him to the Indian
has been crowded out of this Mower Co. River quite a (lohiUhlng business. It Is now fai
THE ADVOCATE, issue, but will be published In our next. hotel. Titusville, to deliver hotel Gone on n Hunt. under tho management of Mr. S. R. i.
Other articles have -Do not fall to read the ad. of the folders to tourists. Knox. 1
I$1.50 per annum, 'in advance.: also been held over Jacksonville Builders' Supply Co., on We have seen the boy answering/ the
I$1.00 six months, '. for the same reason. page 8. They sell all kinds of brick, description given, at the Indian River Messrs. J, W. Ballantine, B. F. Bcalo Manager James E. Illckey, of the

I$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. -Dr. and Mrs. F. II Houghton spent lime;. cement, shingles$ sower pipe, etc., hotel at this place. Yesteulay he ac- and J. Osteen, of City Point, have been Sweetwater I'ark hotel, Llthla Springs, !
from Saturday until Monday at Daytona and are bidding for a 'share of your otnpanied Manager Bast, on a trip to enjoying/ n week's camp bunt on the St. Ga., whoso ad. will bo found on our 7th \

OKE the famous Gladiola Cigar; allealers. and Ormond, where their many friends patronage. Courtenay, to spend a day or two. Johns i'Ivor.MiamiHavana. )pago, has been enjoying: the hospitalities
tReading were glad to see them. They report avery Dr. Corthell said to be wealthy. If of Hotel Royal: Polnclana this week. I
Titusville l looked quite busy the he wants his he had better wire I
enjoyable time while boy
away. first of the week. Monday was Rule Postal Itontit.A Hotel Placldo, under the management i
notice ads. ten cents beriff Brown, Titusville, to hold this .
are
-Dr. and Mrs. T. Howard Knight are Day, and also the day set for the meeting who believe of Mr. Goo. Wilson, Is now fairly well
is the about
line on this page.A '. gain in Philadelphia, after a prolonged of the County Commissioners and whom boy, RO much we has been said in one the New telegram from Washington says the filled with'guests, who'are said, to be

copy of Senator Pasco's speech on visit to England and other parts of Eu- County School Board, which brought York papers. United States Postal commission, which much pleased with this home-like Jacksonville t
I Nicaraugua canal has been received rope. We shall be glad to see them on quite a few people into town. hRS been making an Investigation and hotel.Manager a

Ibis office. I. Indian River this winter.M. -Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Smith, wealthy study upon the advantages of the Miami- A. Ii(. Taylor, of the Casino

apt. N. N. Penny, of Nathan, hasn IIIrsch, wholesale fruit and produce residents of Enon, 0., writes us from FIRE Havana[ route, are expected to return toWashington St. Augustine, Is always getting up i
for thn of
| in town a couple of days or so this merchant, Atlanta, whose ad. will hotel Coquina, Ormond, to the effect shortly purpose something to amuse, the public lie in
be found on. 8th page; writes us as follows that they will make that cozy hostelry Cries of "fire," yesterday afternoon submitting their report to the postal nu- now making/ arrangements for a St. ValIntlnll'lI -
k.Mr. : "Our market is open for fish. Nice their headquarters for the season. The about two o'clock, was the cause of a hoi I ties. The Investigation Is said to ( dance, to take place at that popular ) -
J. 0..Walton left here, Sunday oranges are also in demand at $4 per ADVOCATE will follow them. general stampede towards the lumber have been thorough, and It Is hoped that place of amusement on St. Valen-
y., for Jacksonville, Savannah ander box." shed of the Bond Lumber Co. and the the report will bo favorable to the route. 11ix-'s night. This will be the last dance {
places, and will return to-day or -Mr. and Mrs. Wm. P. Otter, Miss warehouse .by, :Mr. Geo. W. before Lent.Hotol ;
orrow -Dr. Percy Golf and wife, who are on Nancy Otter and Miss E. Otter, of Louisville Scobie for pacing lash, on DeSoto 1
their honeymoon, were the guests of Ky., are again at the Poinclanav Tltunvlll Social Club. Coiulna| Ormond, Is getting
street, which were found 10 be on lire
E. L. Brady returned to town, for excellent service
Mr. quite reputation
Supt. Ernest Allen and wife, at Palm where they have spent several seasons.
bday last, from his trip to Nassau and Beach, on Sunday. Dr. Goff hails from They have many lends at Palm Beach, The the whole tire raged building fiercely was for buinrd an hour i ,to when the The members of the above club had a in all ilepiutinents. A lady and gentleman i

mi. lIe was delighted with his visit larkesville, W. Va., and is a cousin of where they are always gladly welcomed. round.( Considerable lumber belonging ailed meeting at the Opera house Monday \ fiom Ohio, who dined at the Co- h
[ little British isle. last Informed ADVOOATK
hat Supt. and Mrs. Allen. discuso- qulna on Sunday an r
CHEW PIPER HEIDSEICK TOBACCO, to the, Bond(, Lumber Co. wait burned. owning! for the puiposo of lopiosontatlvo that it
was one
Attorney A. J. Lewis, of Fort Pierce, I. -Read the ad. of the Danforth ChemIcal Smoke "Key West Cigars," or'"Wheel- Every effort was made to save the! InK various questions connected with of the finest Illinois they had had In quite
in town the first of the week, at- Co., on our 8th page. They are I ing Stogies," found at Ciabb's, Cocoa. buildings as soon as the tire was discovered the club, collection of dues, etc. Among awhile. They spoke In high terms of
ding to some law business, and gave selling a compound which is sure deathto but it was of no avail. The at- other things It was decided to give n Mrs. Yanco'a catering
i ADVOCATE a pleasant call.ExIayor bugs, worms, etc. Mr. L. W. Dickey, -Mr. Cecil Mabbette, a former resl- eniion of the people was then turned dance on Tuesday evening The dance i

Shroeder wife and daugh- the hustling representative of this firm, dent of Titusville, who has been with toward; the stables/nnd outbuildings at was attended by about foi ty-tlvo persons, Our readers must not forget the fact

|-of Brooklyn N.Y. ,have been spend- is on a tour of the state. the First Florida regiment since the call the rear of the cottage: tenanted by Mr. and was quite an enjoyable one. La- that the Ht. George hotel, St. Augustine, :
to arms, is now mustered out. He 'was Fred' A. Morgan, which had slightly Grange residents were out In full force, Is,, still under tho management of Mrs. d
a week or so at .Hotel Royal Poln- -Mrs. E. J. Burns, of Canaveral, has in town from Tuesday until Wednesday, united. A plentiful supply of buckets and we were pleased to see them In C. I). Tyler. It Is a strictly firat-class I ,

|na, Palm Beach. returned home after spending a few daysin on, his way south, and gave us a call ere of water extinguished it, and arrested : town. Dancing HUH continued until hotel! In every way, and Is very central ,

Ex-Mayor Wm. Treutler,.one of Eau Titusville as the guest of Mrs. Geo. leaving town. the progress of the lire in that direction. 1:15" o'clock, when all roared their for tourists) and others. The rate-a* t,
lie's residents was W. Scobie. The ADVOCATE acknowl- the wind blowing from the respective homes. will bo the .
prominent among -Mr. W. W. Kenyon, father of Mr. Luckily was seen by a perusal of St.
pleasant callers at the ADVOCATE edges a pleasant call from Mesdames 2has. K. Kenyon, of this place, accompanied orth-east, or much more property George! ; advt. on our 7th pago-Is $2.X( I
Scobie and Burns afternoon.Mr. .
on Saturday
pee on Tuesday.Mr. by Mrs. General Wingate. Miss would have been destroyed.Some Arbor Day In Tltuivlllc. per day; with special weekly rates.

H. M. Flagler, who has been on Fred Hatch, of Oak Hill, will Win ate, Mrs. J. N. Kenyon and Mrs. say the fire was caused by sparks The Magnolia hotel under the
to Jacksonville and Macon is soon give a sciopticon entertainment at V. N. Kenyon, of Brooklyn, N. Y., have from an engine, while others are of the bprlngs ,
observed with
{trip Arbor. day waR appropriate able management of Mr O. I). Soavoy
opinion that tramps must have caused It. ,
lain at Palm Beach, where he delights the opera house, Titusville, and down- been spending a short time at Hotel exercises by .the pupils of the formerly manager of the Hotel Ponce de
his winters. river points. There are over 100 beautiful Punce de Leon, St. Augustine, this school
I spend public on 1.'I'l Way last. The pupil Leon, St. Augustine, la doing quite a
views, and we are told that this Is no"fake" week. Mr. Kenyon is now in town, Indian River 8t aiiier were assembled In the high school room, good business since Its opening. We are.
The ADVOCATE office has been quite entertainment. The subject is his
visiting son. which was bountifully trimmed with told that .
Manager Soavey has planned
ndated with callers this week. We "Our Country illustrated.Mr. .
always glad to have our northern -The fine yacht, The Sweetheart, Note change of schedule of the Indian palms, and the forest's crown of beauty, various things for the entertainment of r ;

ends call, when south. C. D. Dotter and Mr. C. G. with Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Burgoyno onboard HI Ivor steamers, which, on and after Feb. the. yellow jessamine. hU guests Ho may possibly give a golf
Street, of New York, arrived here, Monday arrived here, Saturday evening 14th, will leave TltuKvllle daily, except An interesting programme of recitations tournament In March. The morningand
Major H. M. Neal and wife, friends last, and at once boarded Mr. T. R. last, from Daytona. Its arrival caused Sundays and Wednesdays, at four stories, quotations and papers was evening concert are deserving of
Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Houghton, of rook's boat for the Ilaulover, where quite[ a deal of excitement among the o'clock p. m.; and Palm Beach on Mondays given; by the child ren, of the depart much pralso. A hop will bo given: every

lumbus, 0., have been spending a they will spend about three weeks, duck younger residents of our town, for they Wednesdays and Thursdays. nents. The kindergarten children as Saturday: night In the ballroom, so that d 1
v weeks at the Colonnades. Seabreeze.Mr. hunting and fishing. They are two very could not understand what It wasthat, heretofore, were especially pleasing. the guests. who stop at this hotel will
Waveland prominent gentlemen of the above place. made such a powerful bt on the river. Many of our townspeople were present not dlo of etuutl.
E. C. B. of
Tyndall ,
Hoard of Trade .
Meeting.The adding to the Interest of the occa- .
,
Mr. had his electric flashlight .
|ve our office a pleasant call on Mony. -Mrs. R. M. Green, jr., of Opelika, Burgoyne large .- sion. Manager Henry W. Merrill, of Hotel
He was accompanied by his two Ala. arrived here Saturday last, on a sweeeping the whole coast as he
usual of the The affair was under the supervisionof Itoyal Palm, Miami has launched the
down Indian River and brilliant monthly meeting
fys. They.. were on their to New to her sister Mrs. Henry Egger. came so bulk
way visit was it, that wherever the flash was Titusville Board of Trade was held at MesclaincH Sweet and Brady and Miss two houseboats for tho accommo-
yrna and Daytona.Mr. Mrs. Green has visited Titusville before, Bates and dation of the guest of his hotel. One
pointed, It turned night into day. Manyof their rooms over the postoffice on was quite n ucceRS.AUGUS'r
and the friends she then made are again
of these has been anchored oil Boar
and Mrs. W. Bradley, of Brook- the older residents of our town had Wednesday evening, when several subjects -
welcome her to town.
n, N. Y., were passengers on Monday's pleased to our never seen anything'like it, and it gave of Interest to our town and county Cut, on the grounds known as the bone- (
will remain about two weeks. PJ O'V) It.
She fish grounds. The other' has been anchored '
;
uthbound 'train, en route to Rock them quite a scare when it flashed sud were fully discussed and commentedupon.
Jge, to spend two or three weeks. Major St. Clair-Abrams Jackson- denly into their rooms. Mr. Burgoyne, Vice-president R. C. Scrimgeour; whero the tarpon delight to play.
hey are regular winter visitors to Inlan ville's prominent and well-known law- who gave the ADVOCATE office a pleasantcall was In the chair. The treasurer, Dr. J. "It Is a surprising fact," says Prof The launch Fort Dallas has been chartered >' ,

River. yer, who arrived in town on Sunday said ho was on a pleasure cruise M:. Dixon, and Secretary Bast were also Mouton, "that In my travels in all parts and will make regular trips to Dali'and ./
I afternoon, left for home, Monday, givingthe ;: south as far as Palm Beach and Miami, In attendance. of the world, for the last ten years, I from those boats. Already the Fort (
-Mr. A. D. Merwin of Eden was a I
las Is making regular trip to the boat t
ADVOCATE office a pleasant call ere and may go as far as Key West. This have met more people having used "
easant caller at this office on Monday.r. and of the I
leaving town. The Major had a couple gentleman has one of the finest winter Green's August Flower than any other located at Boars Cut, many
Merwin and wife have been spend- Are You Fond" ot Music ? guotttH;: are taking advantage of the opportunlty I
of law cases on hand. residences In Daytona well as one on remedy, for dyspepsia, deranged liver
Ig week with Wm. M. Mer-
Mr; itud the with
or so are spending day |t.
the; ocean beach. He hails from New and stomach, and for constipation. I find
|in, one of Rockledge's most progres'e -Mr. Gus P. Anthony, a former pop- York. I have Prof. Canfleld's Music Chart for' tourists and salesmen, or for person rod and ice), having fine sport at a nom

winter residents.A. ular resident of Titusville, but now of for sale, which teaches you to play filling olllco positions, where head- inal cost ,

G. Hutcheson & Co., 270, Wash- Miami, paid Titusville a short visit the chords and accompaniments in one hour's aches Dud general bad feelings from Irregular
For Charter. A barrier has been
around placed
the week and was town across Bay ,
first of time. It Is so simple that a child five '
the
that habits exist that Green's
write August
gton street New York
.
hands with his old friends-not street Nassau, this week, at tho eastern I
shaking old learn it. I will be
arket for vegetables is in very !good forgetting to give the ADVOCATE office a Schooner rigged houseboat Cruiser years can pleased Flower Is a grand remedy. It does not boundary( Mr. Flagler' land, and thus '
that calls.
Jupe. Oranges are also In very good call. Mr. Anthony is now one of Miami's Has fine rooms; new; draft lo inches. to; explain It to anyone Mus. ANNIE TITUB.Titusville Injure the system by frequent use, ands the right of way to the public M I. pray

t'tnand. If you have any oranges/ left, leading storekeepers, and is doing a fine Terms very teasonable. For particulars Fla. excellent for sour stomachs and Indi- tically stopped, at any rate for wheeled
|rite to them; They can get you fancy business. address or apply on board to the owner, gestion. Sample bottles free at F. S. traffic, say the Nassau Guardian. The 1
llces. Pines wanted. Theye CharTeo's drug store, Tltusvlllo, Fla. '
also are S. E. STEARNS, loll has been turned! for the foundation
the oldest firm Int the pineapple Sloop for Sale. West Palm Beach. To Fishermen und Sportsmen.E. Sold by dealers In all civilized countries. of the Colonial hotel and In a day or
lade in the country. Our growers two the first bricks will be laid. Tho J
could get acquainted with them. piping for conveying: water for 'use In
Sloop Edna, length, 32-ft; beam, 11ft. Itocklcdge-, Indian Itlver, V, Hall, of Cocoa, has a 30-foot Shoes Shoos% Shoes the building Is In readiness, and a largo
Head in cabin. For particulars, launch and rowboats on the Upper St. .1
room
storehouse hal been put to shelter
Steamer For Sale. Has one of the most attractive and up
address, M. B. Buiixs: best-stocked stores on the East Coast of Johns river, near Cocoa and Rockledge. Julius Kline, Tltusvillo, has just received materials. A commodious ( I
Canaveral, Fla. Florida. You can find everything you Every convenience for fishing parties. a large stock of ladles' gents' and hop hall also been erected machinists'I I
I The light draft stern-wheel steamer, need there. Fitting: out cruising partiesa Best of fishing; reasonable terms. Writeor children's. shoes, of all the latest styles yard. So far 200 workmen ain
Jioaveral built in 18)1!) by the MerrillItevens'Co. Launch for Sale. specialty. call upon the owner at Cocoa. and sizes. Call and examine them. various way In the preparations that I'
Naphtha I
., of Jacksonville. GKO.: N. IIATCU, Propr. J are going on. I
1 She is 51 feet long and 15-ft. beam, 1'arklnx ) "I ,,
fid draws about 14 inches; has two Twenty-one feet long; Gas Power and Wanted, "Sam Mr. O I). Seavey, formerly manager$ of

i Igh-preasure condensing engines, 6x24 Engine Go's engine. In good condition. For Sale, Hotel I'once de Leon, St. Augustine, but

?er boiler and engines were put in first- Will sell at a bargain. To buy or lease, newspaper and Job Gentlemen' clothing Cleaned, pressedand now of Magnolia Spring:! hotel, Magnolia
pass condition by her builders last year. Address II. S., At Lotus, on Merritts Island, Fla., 10< office In small, progressive townEastor repaired. Dyeing in all Us branches. Springs, Flit., writes the ADVOCATP.. a*
I To be seen at Peter Nelson's yard in lm ADVOCATE, Titusville. acres, all cleared and planted with West Coast. Address, Old clothing: made to look equal to new. follows: "I take pleasure In sending youa

itusville. Address, orange trees, pineapple and all kinds of "W. E. C," All order by mall or express promptly pas over the greatest ((1) road In the

BOBBINS A; GRAHAM, A' Narrow Escape on BicyclesBetween tropical fruit; artesian well, piped, 000 care ADVOCATE office, attended to. Price low. Work good. country; so you will see that Mr. Flagler 1i!
t. f. Titusville, *'la. feet; large modern house, with bathrooms 23-2 Titusville, Fla. Satisfaction guaranteed. and Mr. I'lant are not the only railroad I ,
; nearly new. SAM PKIIKINS, Cleaner and Dyer, magnate In Florida." Mr, Seavey I I. '
Cocoa and Rockledge wa Apply or write to Titusville, Fla. president of the Magnolia Spring Hotel

For Sale-New Furniture, averted one night this week by both MBS. THOMAS GREEN, Wanted.By 10 years In Sanford, Fla, Traction Co., and his pas Is a very '

-" parties smoking Crabb's "Wheeling Lotus, Fla. unique one On the reverse Bide of pans

At second-hand, in quanti Stogies." Price $1.65 per 100. practical man, charge of orange TltuRvlIlo Laundry.Mrs. It says: "The arson accepting: this free ; 9
prices, any. I
grove. Thoroughly understands the In consideration thereof, assume

fies. WM. R. CAMPBELL, For Sale Cheap. Wanted, a Local Agent I business in all Its branches; has had 10 oeo. Cock, of Tltuivllle, Is now all risk of being kicked by the mule, I
years experience. prepared to do laundry work of every thrown oft the oar, or any Injury to tho
"Bellevue, -, Fla. At every shipping point on the Indian Address, R. W BURTON, description. All work guaranteed. person; and expressly agrees not to run
Melbourne, Party boat, partly) furnished, schooner River to represent a first-class Plttsburg Merrltt, Fla. Leave' your washing at G. F. Daren's ahead of the car, moukey' with tho
tons burden. Boat is at West commission bouse. mule otherwise travel. If
7 or Interrupt
rigged, corner store, opposite ADVOCATE<< office. "
j Empty Fish Barrels for Sale. Jupiter.. Address Box 240, for hatch log. this pas la I presented by anyone, other ;
N. B. FITZHUOH, Miami, Fla. Eggs than the person named on !it, the driver

Address, WALTER A. MOORE, West Jupiter, Fla. The "Advocate." will take It up and throw such person

'8 George St., Charleston, S. C. White Plymouth Rocks, exclusively, oil the car." There I I. a good deal of
Fine Lunches.If Visitors to St. Augustine. as white u snow, yellow legs and beaks; The INDIAN RIVED ADVOCATE Is on humor in Mr. Seavey, who I I. known

-- bay eyes; the best winter-layers; the ale at the following news-stands, at five pretty well all over the United State ana

Macon Dining Rooms. need a good chop, steak or any Will find that the carriages of John beat for table use; the handsomest fowl. cents per copy : hotel man of superior ability. The

you else in the eating line, do not fall Irvin meet all trains. Parties taken for Guaranteed true to name, strictly fresh, Tltusvllle-Freil 8. Cbaffee. pas Is Inclosed In a very neat leathercase
When rUItlng Macon, Ga., do not fail thing St. Augustine, to go to the drlres. Write or ask for and to arrive In best order. J. B. Screven. and show good taste on the partof
to call at Isaac's popular dining rooms, when In Place Luneh A; Oyster Room, Jons IRVIN, Address, II. FUUCDLANDER St. Augustine-Hotel Alcazar. the manager. The ADvocATE appreciate
f here you can obtain all the delicacies Cathedral to the postoffice. St. Augustine, Fla. v Interlachen, Fla. Jacksonville-Windsor hotel. Mr. Seavey' pas*.
pf the season at very reasonable prices. close



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'INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 10, 1899.

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'1 A Liniment to Make the Hair Oro*. Prepare for Spring. GEORO UARX. JOHN MARX

Built Sebastian. Don't let this season overtake you before 1VI R BROS
Whole System Up arum
! week Take gum fabdr six drachms; you have attended to the Important ,
It
The Immense rains of the past duty of purifying$ your blood with
Wholesale Dealers In
their bear's greece, two ounces; honey, halfan taking this
and Throat hare delayed the farmer with Hood' Sarsaparllla By
j'} Digestion Improved ounce; southernwood, powdered, medicine now you may save sickness AND PRODUCE.
Trouble Relieved crops. three drachms; oil of nutmeg, one that will mean time and money as well GROCERIES, FRUIT ..
The candy pull at S. Kltchlng's Friday an suffering later on. llooa's'Sarsaparilla -
l Wonderful Good Come from the night was very much enjoyed by all who drachm; balsam Peru, two drachms; will give you rich, red blood,
and and 8 Newnan
6 Street
Street ,
mix. This is recommended for those good digestion and a 131 and 133 EMt Buy
Use of Hood's Sarsaparllla. attended. good appetite,
places which are bald; but they are firstto sound, healthy body. It Is the greatestand J'ackson.'V'l.11o:
The building up power of Hood's Bar The sloop Dora came off Kroegal'sways be rubbed with an onion till'very red, beat spring medicine because it Florins

iparllla when the system Is run down Tuesday. She will be ready to sail and be done with this Is the One True Blood Purifier. Its FRUIT HOUSES IN THE
then
from the effect of disease, in wonderful, In about three weeks. to over unequalled record of marvelous cures ONE OF THE OLDEST CM

and Is due to the great blood enriching which is to be repeated two or three has won for it the confidence of the "' "" l -- -- -
qualities of this medicine. Read this Bicycles are getting quite numerous times a day. whole people.As .
all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and
for
We are headquarters Cow
all times ptt
be
at
for several here they are to seen
"I had been troubled years ;
guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. we |
with asthma. My digestion was also whisking around the corners. many as 30,000 people have been trial and will be va
The Appetite>> of n Goat : your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a you pleased. T
poor. I tried various remedies, but with The school here is getting along very accommodated In St. Paul's cathedral, BROTHERS
little or ntf benefit. Last year I began that some of the scholarsreport Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose London, but that has been with tempo- MARX Jacksonville, Flj
nicely
taking Hood's Sarsaparllla. It has done except stomach and liver are out of order. All l rnr-: We only Sell to Dealers. -
thero is too much partlalty galleries etc., erected. On festivals -
me an Immense amount of good. My such should know that Dr. King's: New rary
whole system has been built up and shown. Life Pills, the wonderful stomach and only between 6,000 and 7,000 people

strengthened. My digestion has been Col. Geo. G. Russell, wife and baby sound liver remedy digestion, gives and a splendid a regular appetite bodily, find 4,000 scats.people'At will an ordinary make the service cathedrallook about CHaA.SzvM:: :: : : :' & CO.

improved and my throat relieved of the ; with and are stopping at the
are us now, habit' that insures perfect health and quite full. DEALERS IN -
severe Irritation." ADA TRAYNOR, 427 Palm: House. Their baby "is I 9 monthsold great energy. Only,25c at F.' S. Chaf- .
-
East Chase Street, Pensacola, Florida. and weighs 27 pounds. fee's drug stoie. A sluggish; liver causes drowsiness, IFMlEL: v1.n.es tXX<3. Liquors: ,]

y Sarsa-. lethargy and a feeling of apathy. Dr. 417, & 419 VT.
The surprise party at the residence of Itay St.,
H Ou S M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine arouses
parilla B. J. llardesty's was a surprise indeed In working with bees all motions the liver, and cheerful energy succeeds JACKSONVILLE, 1, FLA|

Is the bent-Ill fact the One True Blood Purifier. for half of them had retired, but they i should be smooth, easy, not swift, but sluggishness __ t a

Bold by all druggists. fi; six for$3. were soon routed out. Everyone seemed made to tho best advantage, so as to value when health is
GOLD 1 is of no During: the Coming Year,
are the only pills to take to enjoy themselves.Prof. count. In danger.; What's of more value 1Pratt's
Hood's FillS witbIlood'sSarsaparllla.THE t 1890,
date tablets will break
to- upa
B. J. Hardesty reports having a up
good school of twenty-five pupils from Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine by cold in one day, and for constipation troubles r k i 4r Will be enjoyed when Beanhl
malarial
and biliousness and all ,
..16 to 20 years of age. We miss the pro- expelling bile and acids from, Improves the body the the assimilative excess of It has no equal. By mall prepaid for 25c. passes the cheering bumper o'l

fessor Very much, and hope to have him processes, purifies the blood. tones up Pratt :Medicine Co., Station B, Chicago, p good old Wines, Whiskies atyl

with us again as soon as his time l is ex and strengthens. 111. /Send for sample. Brandies, or warming Rum punch.!

pired. when made from our velvetypte>

... and high grade Lewis 18GG( ( \Whit:

Waveland. key.
4 t1 tR Su "Fill the bumper fair
a a "Hurry Up ami Dig the Nicaragua Every drop we sprinkle
O'er the brow of care
[Too late for last week.] Canal," Smooths away a wrinkle."

t I =, d C. B. B. Harrison has received word John Bull)) says to Uncle Sam, "I will
of the dangerous Illness of his mother in help you all)) I can." Any one that wants to

England, and is making a trip home. build stores, houses, cottages or fences we "
will aid by selling them lumber, shingles, 0* TIPSe"
Tho prospects are very good for a laths, clap-boards, flooring, brick and lime 4
g successful year, both with the gardensand by quoting them prices that will enable i The word tip means different things

i ? pineapples. If prices will only them to do it at a figure that no one can r in different places. In a barber chairo:

prove good, and with .business Improv- r make such a close estimate on in this N p restaurant it is "a gratuity" given (fQ;

ing throughout the country, it seems town. BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO., y r1'.f extra good service. Another kind of.

that the market for good fruit and vegetables St. Augustine, Fla. tip is a "straight(: tip." That's a bit t(

should be strong. Last year the t friendly advice, and that's what we an

weather seemed unfavorable crop. !, giving you when we tell you to try om!
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and It l is most encouraging to see how .. beer. If you are in the business, sell It I

LATE TRIAL OF A. T. quickly a few weeks of good weather if you are not, drink it.It- is made fret

FEASTER. counteracts the effects of longer periodsof ESTABLISHED 1880. the purest materials, and we guaranty|

'- unfavorable weather. it to be perfectly pure.

-Micco 'FLA Fob:'6 1800.' Co.
A two or throe weeks' course of Dr. Bond Lumber: .........- .....-,0'
Editor Indian River Advocate
/ .
M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine will so
DEAR SIR-Pleaso allow me space }In regulate the excretory functions that Manufacturers of and Dealers in Address, ,
they will without aid what- G. MULLER' & CO.
your paper to ask some questions about operate any ,
laws in this if of ever. LUMBER LATH. SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING 1
country, you or any Jacksonville, Fla.

your readers can answer them. Swarming l is not increasing. It l Is sim- Agts for Acme Brew log Co.,|
Although a citizen and tax payer of ply a diversion of the existing number Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orangeand Acme Brewing Co., Macon, Ga. 1Magnolia
Vegetable Crates. We solicit respondence. aj.j
this county, I don't understand the laws Individuals that have before lived to- *
here. I saw in your l issue about the gether. Saw, Planing and /Shingle; Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at
DeLand and
Feaster trial that the in TItusville.
jury brought a
If horses could talk, no doubt their Grocery....
"
verdict of "not Now
guilty. can any
voices would be heard through, the land
of the jury or any other man tell me, If Wholesale and Retail Dealer
calling for an improved breed of hostlers. H. A. HODGES.
Feaster is not guilty, who Is guilty? ... .

Somebody' must be; the money Is gone. CATARRH in the head' is cured by :MANUFACTURER OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. _
Where l is it gone to? What. does the Hood's Sarsaparilla which eradicates
and Yellow Pine Lumber.
..Cypress .. .
from the blood the scrofulous taints that
county keep and pay a treasurer for, if Butterine, 14cts. per pound
he is not responsible for the money begot o i use and it, soothing diseased and tl8sues.nood' rebuilding. the delicate ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates. Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please yon.|

Any one contemplating: shedding their pineapples or or building in
from the county? If any jury or oranges 102 Main and 33 West Streets JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Forsyth ,
any part of Florida, would do well to wilte for prici s. The saw mills are located
,court can acquit n man who, embezzles 1l a Pills are the only pill to take
afBultalo Bluff Palatka the J.. T. K. \V. Lumber delivered to '.
with Hood's near on Ry. any Telephone No. 255Photo
Cure all
Sarsaparilla. liver
l urge sum of monoy, I cnn only call it ills. part of the East Coast. Address: II, A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.We .
encouraging: people to steal. I can not

understand either that a man can be excused hen
One has
a Cough.
if he says, I was an honest man Carry the BOYDELL BROS. PAINTS Supply Co.

before I took the money. In my opinion An excellent drink for anyone sufferIng -

a man is honobt up to the time ho begins from a hard cold, or even the cough
stealing. I suppose there is a law. for that comes with grip, la flaxseed lemon. Have sold out all our OLD STOCK and received a Fresh V AGENTS EASTMAN KODAK CO.
It Is simply made. Take four tablespoonfuls >
embezzlement in this state, but there is
,
of ilaxseed and over them Supply ofLumber
no law for slander. I found that out pour a quart of boiling water. Let this .
only house in Florida devoting its time to the
lately, when I tried to get a party hero steep for three hours, when the top t ,
.
arrested for that offense. The lawyerstold should be poured off, leaving/ the flax- I Hardware and Paints KODAKS.The l (
sued In tho bottom of the pitcher. If SPECIALTY-Developing and Printing.
for slander
there
mo was no law ,
the liquid is too thick it can be thinned ,
that tho only redress for a person is to ti little with cold water. Add the juice Give us a Tiial. No trouble to answer questions.

sue for damages. If it happens to be u of two lemons, and sugar to taste. It Is
Or in the line of Material
anything Building 51
/ FLA.
KingStl'eet, ST. AUGUSTINE,
millionaire, there mabe'some enjoy. 1vel'Y pleasant driuk, and it loohens the ,
>
ment in suing him or her; you'may in cough. or House Furnishing goods,_ Tinning or --

least get a some bad name, money', but out If the of it blandoioi for lecclvlng A-vivacious- -1 woman's Plumbing, do not fail to write .MANIER &: LANE MUSIC CO

is a pauper there is very little enjoyment fan can frequently ,
speak In more eloquent EDWARD STILING
in suing the party; in that caso both the I I (1 language than ,

complainant and defendant can go to. the any known to I
is the "THE BRICK STORE "
tongue of ,
ball together, but the complainant: will ti' ;" -

have; to pay for the fiddlers. If I .,...?..'"iV' "' man invite or It repel can COCOA, In.c1.1.an.: :: .DEtl ror, JPTs A... Malcolm, Love Fischer Manier & Lam
.I.'t"1\ sigh or smile, ,
Now in
my opinion a man or woman
---------------
,.,)JI'I"! I Abe meek or
who does anything against tho law /' ., .>
oughtto
haughty, tears
a.t SAW AND VLANINO BULLS. JACKSONVILLE YAltl
bo punished. If they are not, they \ :', 1I1/iI .LJ.P Utters, passion or humbly to rulatka Fla. E. tiny fet., Foot of CatherineWILSON PIANOS .

will do tho same thing again. Now, /ti'' II' seek for- \

suppose another county ollicer docu anything \ giveneHs, CYPRESS COMPANY

unlawful, he can claim the same \' ''' t v f storyhealth It can ttlso tel1- the A WATERLOO, KIMBALL ORGANS.....

right of acquittal as tho other before ( woman who suffers Manufacturer of -

him. Respectfully, \ from disease weakness in a woman.and Lowest Prices Terms.
P. llEUTKI.BOX. ly sits in ; Easy
way sorrow Lumber and
and dejection while # Cypress Shingles Lath #
her ,
healthy sinters enjoy themselves. She -
I
THE ACQUIREMENT OF COR- may be naturally beautiful, naturally attrac- z. Write for Catalogues.
live, naturally interesting and animatedand A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, 'ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles ,
RECT SPEECH. witty, but the demon of ill-heaith is lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress SIAKIEK 4 LANE MUSIC COMPANY,
gnawing at the very vitals of her womanly
Correct speech Is largely a matter of nature, and she soon becomes a withered mouldings of all patterns a specialty. 24 Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Fla. .

imitation. If tho persons with whom a and wall flower more in healthy comparison sisters with Dr.her brighter Pierce's When at homo, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us. =::::

child constantly associates speak inelegantly Favorite Prescription is a wonderful medi-

the child will certainly do like. acts cine directly for women on the who delicate suffer in and this important way. It EASY, RIDING __ -

wise. No amount of instruction ID organs concerned in wifehood and mother. AH the time and
speed when
grammar! tho theory of language, will nerves hood. It It tones restores and builds the Slow up the of health shattered to H 0 ME SEEKERS want It U l a great feature of you

avail to counteract the debasing effect of the pallid cheek. It !gives springiness and
practical tuition In tine wrong direction. trip to the carriage. It makes the eyes The :
There Is no such word in the English sparkle with returning vivacity. It imparts eating Bicycle..
animation to the mien
and gesture The Who are Seeking a'llome in the South should send
to the undersigned for
1 inguago as "ain't." We may say "I'm fan that long lay listless and idle in the lap a Here are some Keating points for your consideration_
not" because we merely eliminate the of an invalid again speaks the eloquent copy of tbeFlorida :
a
language of a healthy, '
happy woman. The Frame makes it
In am, but "ain't" has no legitimate progenitor Thousands of women-have tentifed to the
The home marvelous merits of this wonderful medicine STRONG
is the tiue school' of -
*>l>eech, and the mother the teacher For East Coast Homeseeker.We The Construction makes it
r" *fverml1' years I Miss' prolapsus .
whoso Influence will be tlte wrltea Lee DURABLE.The .
the most lasting. "JSJ"' A- &;Clluliler, of
lot ii, Koduey, Jefferson Co.. Mlu. "Our (sin.
Ladle Home Journal.If fly physician treated me for kidney trouble, and Lith Bearings give It
everything else but the right thlull', I
-
--- -- grew
wove Iud worse. My body wu emaciated, SPEED.
a man has one little vice it hides baud" Iud feet clammy and cold stoniachVeak. have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for '
with The
lots of big virtues from the eyes of his auger great with nausea palpitation all night of the heart.I began I taking would Winter and Summer Homes, Climate the healthiest in the Uplted States. ; ? Double Roller Chain ITFLT,
MAKES
your Favorite !>rescripllon' and I began to hu.
neighbor. and now right 1 sum very nearly three bottlesMie Apply Up hill, down hill, on the tour, road or track
When frying anything in and am verT toJAS.
boiling fat, If hIpPY and thankful
a piece of bread is put In the pan it pre ? ..Gulden head up you-and your bowels E. INGRAHAM: Land Commissioner, Send for Catalogue. !It HaS No Equal. &-

vents its burning, and keeps the fat at Medical Discovery will put 't FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y '
steel in
the same heat. your backbone, and Dr, PUrce's KEATING WHEEL
COMPANY .
Pleasant
Pellets
will cure ,
constipation ;
*'*'f J; ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Middletown: Conn.

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INDIAN ,RIVER ADVOCATE, frSBRUARY----- .--10.. 1899 3 J 1 '!
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Cards. f.
MISS THURSBY'S $10,000 *too Kmvnril, $100. il"olt
$ .20
1 BIRD. .
LOBo : .. ROBBIICS.. WALTER 8.GRAHAM.OBBINS Boils The renders of this, paper will; )
&: GRAHAM,' A GlflrU Songst.r. Which Spoke Five to learn that I ht'ftllt I! at least onedreadrd Sent to us bv Express, ostofflcf| order or New York Exchange, we will i

Language Is Ih'.II. :
A TTOIL. EYS-A -LAW, able to.cute In all its stages, and that Is FOUR FULL "
QUARTS
In last week's issue of the ADVOCATK catarrh Hall's Catarrh Cine Is the only

rICE HOURS:-From 10 to 12 a. m., Old Running Sores we promised our readers a few more positive cure known lo the medical fraternity. '
Of the Celebrated
Seven-Year-Old
and 2 to 4 p. m.
particulars of this wonderful bird, which Cntarrli, bvliiK a constitutional
i TrrusviLLE, Brevard Co. Florida. disease, requires a cnnntlluilon.il ticul-
,
10. Box, 10$. Itching will\ be Interesting, for the owner of the i ment. Hall's Catarrh CHIP 1 18 taken Internally Calhoun Pure

rtll practice In aU the courts-cute and fed Scratching bird Is known on Indian River, and owns acting directly upon the hloud Rye Whiskey

fcn'eclal I I.; facilities for property at Mertitt, where her brotherspende and mucous surfaces of the system;; !
\land titles. examining and perfect- his winters. thereby destroying tho foundation of We ship In 1T.AIN PACKAOKS, nn marks to indicate (content (which will avoid' all com' t
the disease ami the' mend<< When you (get It and tout<< It, If It I I. not satisfactory, return It at OUR EXPENSE: : and i \
Eczema Mynah, a wonderful bird of the orient, giving patient your 1::1.211 will be cl"rfullyl't'funllcl. This \Vhlxkoy A. (roml M any .:.1 no gtxxU in the market.
strength by building up the constitution \\ are<<,1"a8 at hand andrangive you QUICKER: tI :IIlnIhan: distant bounce We hAve 1 I'I''e
L. GAULDEN, which spoke five languages/ and Imitatedall and assisting nature in doing Its work. 11f'<<'11 ilnlnif "InmlnMn this The : AND HM'UTATION for honest<<, dealing, we refer you to any merchant here or to #.
manner of musical instruments, i is. proprietors have so much faith In the editor of this palter.| |

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, dead. lie belonged to Miss Emma Its curative powers, that they otter One SOLOMON *+t LEVI t
Hundred Dollars for that it I i
case
kill florida practice,and in the all United the Courts States of the State Blood Poison Thursby, a well known singer, who livesat fails to cure. Send for any list of testimo 1028 & 10:10: First Avenue, I.. !I

Courts. :)4 Gramercy park. nials. Address, P. O. Box No. 33.: BIRMINGHAM, ALA.NOTICK .
_
J>.0.Box,235. TTTUSVILLE, FLA. R2feS5.'S-l Many( bird fanciers have spoken of I F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo. O. t, C
Money to Loan. fonSwJnir. fTraPtomn Flung :-WepayKjtprwuCharijMtoall polnln reached<< l>y \OUTnF.R EX l'IU0):!' (- '
f t'
18 IOwolI..n(]lends.Srup. Mynah the Sold by druggists, 73c.; l'A:>iV." hilt to .,
lnUon
and .." of the 'kin. as cleverest of his kind. |>> line of other Express Cmnpanles| we prepay only to point where I
SsvSls' ."11"., ltheumatlane Miss Thursby valued him at $10,000.lie Southern Express: Company transfers to said other 1l'reIl8l'01\lI'AIlY.: i.

A. GOLDSMITH, was presented to her twelve years A NEW COLONY. -

I Ulcers Scrofula ago by the Emperor William of Ger -

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, many, grandfather of the present ruler. Kirk Monroe, this week, sold to E. L. You can Save Money !

Running Sore lie was then three years old, and had Bradbury, of New York, 2.0:! acres of ;*

Stusrille, Florida.J. EyesAre traveled on steamers nearly around the land about six miles west of Miami, on .- -- ,-- .-. ,. --.. j
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cored 1>r world.. the south side of the Miami river and ;

BOTANIC BLOOD B.LlCD.. B. n. lie was an accomplished linguist at overlooking the Everglades, for the consideration 33y Soiadlxa-a: : : to; -

WEBB, TIll Great Blood Remedy.Til that time, and his store of languages of $1,700. This land is composed

creased by He Malay of mixture of rich prairie land Caiasiaiiaaaahar : )Ia
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW year year. spoke +. D. JeOvOS':: :!: .
nbove named diseases are all due to llv Chinese, French, German aud English. and pine land, practically free from rock. ,

(Will practice In the Courts of the 7th eased terms germs make their floating appearanre arcmnd In on the the blood.body at These the One of the choicest bits of his repertoire Mr. Bradbury has matured a scheme for '
rcult. Taxes paid for non-residents point of least resHtanoe. Lotions and salves colonizing his LOTUS, FLOE1.XDA: I
This land
will
Id rents and accounts collected. may help temporarily,but to effect a cure the was a Chinese dirge, which he sang with purchase. f I
poison must be got out of the blood! and that Is be divided into 10'I\cl'019tS, and the com
bewildering effect. FOR.
Itusville, why It. K. It.-Botanic Blood Balm-cures. QUOTATIONS ON 1;
a
Florida. B. B. B. literally drives the poison which produces At the bird show, several months ago, position Is such that each lot will be

and body blood, leaving diseases the) out flesh of as the pore blood as,a bones new he was the center of attraction. Ills composed of nearly equal amounts of..

O. FRIES, C. E. Is horn this bale's kind,of and a leaves cure that no had counts.after It effects.cures to It frequent inquiries of "Wliac are you do- prairie and pine land. OnehaU'of the'.: Seeds Fertilizers & Crate Material.

COUNTY SURVEYOR. stay cured. ing there?" came with such directness lots have already been sold to parties .....' .. ,i-
Scrofulous Poison of the lllood. that those within reach of his voice became from New York state, and It Is expectedthat '

and legally surveyed and sub-divided fulous Botanic and Blood other Balm poisonous((11. B. B.conditions) cures all of Scro-the humble and hastened to explain no difficulty will be encountered in Dealer In Fancy Groceries Dry Goods !and Notions. t

[ipplng neatly done. Estimates for ter blood of how In either long sex standing or at any how age previously of life no mat mis- that they were doing nothing at all. disposing of the balance of the lots Im- JT": If you need Stove write for prices I.\
mediately. The actual settlement
treated, how It was Ian entertainer of children of
kinds of engineering woiks. obstinate how neglected, or how _
Dieted
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-
acquired. purchasers will --- ----- --- l-
, that Mynah will! be remembered by A begin in a very short ,;. I
: lines a specialty. Sores Bolls '{
Tumors. time. Choice ; '
large circle of friends. Miss Tiiursoy SHOEMAKERS' WAX, .
Hotanlo Blood Balm (B. B. 11.5)cures all Sores .
rusviLLE, Brevard Co. Ulcerations, seyeral'entertainments during the The sale' of this tract was made WInos
FLORIDA. Eruptions, Molls,Tumors and other gave ,LIquors ,
external evidences of blood taint. through E. A. Waddell's real estate Borne of It. PeonllnrMU That W..en..mn..traC.d toes a .
holidays. On Dec 30th, last a score of and Cigars i
I If Your Blood has Taint of by Lord Kelvin. ?
n children from the tenements were In- aKency.-Mlaml' Metropolis.
FORGE W. ALLEN, Specific Poisoning One of the most apt Illustrations Guaranteed Pure. "
vited to entertainment the
an given by "
You should lose no time In having: It out. Our Discovered Wonirn made by Lord Kelvin WAR his likeningthe Sold at reduced '
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW i wonderful Botanic thoroughly(( B. B)will do bird. Mynah was the entire programme. by a Jnmiulforoos ether, to a mass of price .
his for you speedily and finally. He from Another great discover has been made
sang songs several languages hoemakera' What Lord
80 wax. \ I
long as the virus remains, it will keep bur- I
|y West, Florida. owing into tissue, nerve and muscle even Into and gave an imitation of the banjo. He and that too, by a lady In this dountry. mid of ,shoemakers' wax may be Kelvin ImportedTokajr .
the bones, and you never know when or how "Disease fastened its clutches her wine,
'ill practice in the United to several The upon by boy In 8 ninnner that will 'afl'
States violently it will break forth. You may not think responded encores. and for she withstood Its any from Italy, '
seven
1 State Courts. 9jun95: ranch of a sore on the fare,a pimply skin or RII youngsters went away ,with his cheery severest tests but years her vital ton ish his playmates.! First lot it bl' ;
ulcerating throat but either one of them may be organs were '
the outcrop of far more dangerous internal con. goodby ringing in their ears.Mynah's undermined and death formed Imminent. said that the ether'penetrat all apace John B. Togni, '
itlons It is as rigid as stool and so flexible
For three months she ('Ur.llhOllnccKsnnt- yet
( ALP1I E. SMITH, M. D. Bland Should Poison, any ,one Scrofula be afflicted Scrofulous with anv swellings stage of, children performance his last for; the poor. Iy, and could not sleep; :She finally dis- that it does not retard the passage of Metropolitan Saloon, 123 East: Bay 81;.,,

L Rheumatism, old Ulcers and Sores Tumors, was public'appearance. coveted a way to recovery )Ity purchasing planets through space in the least. It is JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA

PIIYSICIAN'AND SURGEON Skill tarrh,Diseases Mercurial, Kidney Poison Troubles Tetter, Eczema. Ca- He had contracted the grip. He grew of us n bottle of Dr King's New 1>1-, an invisible substance which travels in Wholesale and ..
Scaldhead
'
bcialist in Genital broken down cotistlunions or any other dNease weaker and last Friday week he passed covery for consumption, and was so waves through'all things. Now, to illus .iletall.-
Urinary an Rectal caused by impure 1>1,011.11. II.It.-Botanic Blood away. A taxidermist is preparing him much relieved on taking drat! load that Irate the nature rf such paradoxical -
Diseases. ialm-will cure you after every other known she slept all night; and with two hot- The Largest and Most .Com-.
emeiKhas failed. Can be taken with perfect for a place under a bell glass ties has been material, Lord Kelvin searched every l
Located at Placide Hotel safety. It leaves no harmful results nor bad absolutely cured. Her where, and at last concluded that shoe pleto Establishment South.MANUFACTUUEUS '
after effects B. It. B.is the only quick and per name Is Mis. Luther Lutz.1 Thus
nanent Blood Purl Her on earth, One bottle willet writes W. C. Hainnlck & Co. of makers' wax represented it bopt. lie '
CKSOKVILLE lIe Fooled! the Surgeons.All Shelby:: ,
-
FLORIDA.R. .. GEO. S. HACKER & SON
: it in any case. Druggists fell B B. U,at$1 N, C. Trial bottles f eo at F, S.:: Clnit- made tests, and thi in what be found: ,
,
per large bottle or send direct to us and we will doctors told Renick Hamilton of
whip to any point all charges prepaid, six large fee's drug store. Regular size 50o( and He molted some wax in common
\ C. II. PEETE, rattles on receipt of $5. Remember, It B. B. West .Jefferson, O,, after suffering 18 $1. Every bottle guaranteed. gins tumbler. After it bad hardened ho
does not contain mineral or vegetable poison months from rectal fistula he would die .
tried to thrust lead through it
pencil
look FREE.! a
YE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT. unless a costly operation was performed; It would not so. Then he placed] a coinon
I but he cured himself with fife boxes of PINEAPPLES FOR DIPHTHERIA -
BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta, Ga. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the surest pile the surface of the wax and loft'it for it ICI

3G8 Cherry Street cure on earth, and the best salve in the I several'days When ho again visited it, ; :

Macon, Ga. woild. 25: cents a box. Sold by 1'. S. -' the coin had sunk to the, bottom of the f 1a

CJiaifee, druggist. \ Pineapple juice is the latest remedyfor luHH. The wax bad closed over it, and

M. McL. DANCY, D. D. L.i SELLING LAND AT MIAMI.The diphtheila. The pineapples are com- lifting up the glass) and looking4lrookh I I"y i )

"Old Folks at Home." pressed l and the juice used as drink.. the bottom be could see the t

i of Following Lands Have Iteen Sold byE It is said that the negroes of Georgia coin lying there. Had the wax boon a*

graduate Philadelphia College of A. Waddell During the lust Three We have just received a copy of the antI other southern states have used this deep a* a well the coin would have gone
peon class 1872.: Perfect operations until it reached the
sinking bottom.
Week finest variations "Old Folks at Home"that on
: on remedy for years. The juice cuts or
mlsed. Hazeltine Block, corner Bay This proved that the wax would conform
1 Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Two acres South Cocoanut Giove, for has ever been Issued In Ameilca. burns out the membrane of diphtheria only to very slow movements.! It

Maddock and Jennings: to Mcssis. Wai- Composed by J. R. Lei man. It Is a rapidly. Constitutional medicines are he had tried to push it too fast, it' OF

don and Shultz, Bloomington, la., for grand and showy piano composition, always necessary. The juice is a local would have resisted him. Doors, Sash Blinds,

iOOO.( Also to some panics, 20 acres brilliant and not too difficult, suitable remedy only, and taken in teaspoonful Au idea struck the scientist. If the t

Irginia Homes west of Miami, for Lippincott Bios., for for conceits, exhibitions and parlor en doses every two hours undiluted. The wax acted like this toward the coin Moulding & Building Material,

, $;.)O(). tertainments. It winds up with an ele- local journals assert that pineapple juice how would !it treat an object 'vhich ,

House in :Miami, to Mis. Dauthel for gant negro rag time finale on this most acts so promptly that few, if any, cases floated? He accordingly placed a corkin Ofllco & Waierooms<< King, opposite
beautiful melody. The title page Is very a tumbler and poured hot iboemak- Cannon Street.Charleston r
i'ou learn all about Virginia Lands, $100. handsome and contains a correct photoengraving of diphtheria perish. It is harmless tr*' wax upon it. The wax hardened I

Its resources, products, mode of cultivation Six acres up the Miami river, belonging of Adelina Patti the great nnd agreeable and,efficacious. with the cork al tho bottom. S. C.

to S. N. Gladwin, and bought by D. singer. All good players on the piano Pineapple juice (by analysis) contains,: Yet when Lord Kelvin looked nt the
prices, etc., by reading the should be in possession of a Price
Virginia Fanner. Send lOcts.or II. Howd of New Jersey, $1,000, cash. 75; cents, ictail. All readers of copy.our paper Sugar, water, albumen, citric acid, mallo bottoul of the glass in a' day or two ho Sash Weights, Cord and I !

3 months subscription to the S. II. Davis, of Massachusettes, five will receive a copy, post paid; by sendIng acid, tannin, cellulose. Citric acid is found the cork had diiappeared. It was Hardware 11Professional 1

Tanner acres at Little river, $50(1( cash for W. 25\ ; cents In silver or postage stamps found In lemons, oranges and plums and somewhere in the, man of wax and
Co., Emporia: Va. the Union Mutual Music and rising slowly, but surely !
I. Peters. to Novelty has been used In malignant throat dls- probably very 'F
George A. Arnold, Providence, R. I., Co., 20 East 14th street, New York. eases for many years. Any mild acllf toward the top. Sure enough, after a Window and Fancy. Glass

9 acres at Little river station for $2,2:>0, acts well In diphtheria, especially when given period of time the cork peeped A SPECIAI/TY. ,
cash, belonged to T. G. Peters. This Is above the surface of the bare} wax and
found combined In the
1 for a town site, and he Is going to put as pineapple. finally it rose to a point where it remained

down streets, side walks, put in water ISEASESTHAt balf.imbedded in the wax, .just 60 YEARS' h
jJ works build three concrete stoics, and Glorious News EXPERIENCETRADE
a* it would have done In a glais of wa 12

one or two neat and attractive cottages, KILL Comes from Dr, D. B. Cargile, of ter. It rose no higher than this, however .
I 11
.
1832.IOTTON( October.We
1 next will sell lots and will build stoics Waslilta, I. '1'. lIe writes: "Four bottlesof << and a corkscrew probably would
II Electric Hitters has has cured :Mrs. not have pulled it from the wax. Yet 1
installment or
the plan
Ano J or cottages on ; Consumption is tar 1
for cash. L ; Brewer of scrofula, which had caused its own buoyancy had rained it np from
tarrh the
Any one wishing to purchase lots or of lungs. her /great RutTcn'lnlor/ years. Terrible the bottom, through what seamed an
OFT SEINE TWINES. Ctrtaiii complied'tions sores would break out on her head and MARKS
wishing houses built on such payments, impenetrable muses of wax. ,
mai face and the best do tors could
e give
IA or for cash; can secure same by applying / s ,' I consumptlon no This, in fact, 1 i. the peculiarity of DESIONICOllOYRIOHT8
PERFECT STUR EON TWINE Waddell real estate broker, of \ incurable help; but her cure Is complete and her .nd. &c.Anone .
it all
to E. A. iboemuker wax- resist l
health Is excellent. This dhows what ,ketch and "
fending A m rouloklr
CABLE CORDS AND MACRAME Miami, who has tull charge, and If theimpiovements Mot.t cases of thousands have Electric den or quick movements, but is highly Miwruln our opinion the description "n
4 proved-that I Illonntriotlyeonfdeutal.llandbookonl'atenta
('IIIII lUIIIII/to
are not made your money =- death from con Intention U prob "- pslentsb
EMORY JOHNSON, Gwara a OINL. Ms.. Hitters Is the best blood purifier known susceptible to very low and prolonged I
'
.... ,
will be refunded. ,.J' sumption are tout fr Oldest a.enoyfor.eeunngyrletue. I
MOODUS CONN. A. Arnold has also bought, the direct result It's the supieme remedy for eczema, pressure. If yon pressed a flatiron hard I'ntcntt taken t mush Stalin to; reculutpiritil
. Geo Mr. Waddell, lot 1, block 21. tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, boils and running down on n lump of wax on n table, it notlci, without charlie. lu the

Avenue through D, city of Miami for $300, upon ( v i \ of tarrh.neglected ca sores. It stimulates liver, kidneys is probable you would make no impre- Scientific Rmericanei t
and fitted tine and bowels, expels poisons helps digestion lion it bat if left that iron resting -
which is being built up a works with builds the JltI'engtil. on you A handsomely Illustrated "...ltl,. I elf.rjs ,
harmoniously
blacksmith and wheelwright Pe-ru-nft up Only 50c. on the wax for a day or two you .. of any a"lwnLldl !ourll"'. ", .. U a
r + r.:.0 I two-story to good nature to eject the tubercles from the Sold by F, S. ChalTee, druggist/ Ouaran four months/L sold 1>7.11 jis /? M shop, and will\ rent same any would IID'Itbe\ lump flattened out under I
i works thatif teed. "' New York
.1 ERR' lungs, and bo successfully mUNN & Co Bro.d"IY. f'-i
man at once. ibo iron So curious I II this property of
i t..i:) L. E. Bradberry, of Bradberry & Son there is a cure for consumption the wax that toning fork hue been Briuoh omoe. it16 r Bt,Wwihln toii,1>.c. I ;

New York, \220: acres west of Miami, for Pe-ru-na is the remedy. PRIZE TOILET RECIPES. of It. These forks were
J Jwen ( This property belonged to Mr. Head this letter from Mrs. II. A. cant from piece
$1,700. AND>
.
'SEF musical
capable of vibration, giving a COTTON !!! :
'mjJ Kirk Ionroe.L. south of Cocoanut Tyner, of Four Oaks, N. C., about her Bent by a Florida Woman U the New note and being let going by vibration .
famous yernsgo-their ; E. Uradberry, 40 acres Mrs. L. Keene. She : York Journal.
I uruwn every >'t..r-u. the ....... Grove, belonging to Moddock daughter, says from another toning fork. Yet when ; $
1 mot to be relica Oil-11M"h.n) for $30 acre. P,-ru-na Medicine Co., Columbus,0. The New York Journal U offering one of them was laid across the open
Ihll beet Our luie t>) Ktxliilrr Jennings, per LINEN NETTING
< .... everywhere. Intcm sit ,', I Sold for Millhouse, Lemon City, to DEAR SJKS:-"My: daughter had every handsome prizes for the be..t.toilet reel mouth of a jar it slowly colJapHed) and III !
.
Insist!+ paper on rod luring rla l a y"....- S. L. Patteison, 5 acres for $450. symptom of consumption-suppression pes known to woman and tested in her fell into the jar in a shapeless, sticky

DO lava rink Heed-Annoal buy .. of menses, night sweats an(\great ema personal use. A Florida woman, Mrs. mass. Any boy may perform these experiment ; 1.

D. M.FEUI.1 A("ortlJh; Inauguration of the New York-Mlatul-ifa. ciation. She was so low that none of Minnie Dowd, of St. Augustine, won the and the lesson in physics to

Uetrall. 1I1.1a. vans Sl f'plnaCar Line. our neighbors thought she could lIve. awarded last week for the follow. be got therefrom i la no lei valuable ,

In May Mr. C. R. Adams. of this place, prize than the amusement which the per. ,

I Effective February 1st, the Southern who had taken l'e-ru-na, told me if ing : formauca afford FISHING TACKLE, f
You ALL SPOTS OH KEDNEBB OF FACE. :
Peninsular anything would help her l'e-ru-na
and
railway, Florida Central Take camphor rubbed small In a mor-
NDIAN RIVER STEAMERS. railroad/aDd the Florida East Coast railway would I got a bottle of it and some tar, two drachms; put to It, a little at a Not fhorru Bo Much. Superior quality Linen Gill Netting ''f

will\ operate through Pullman draw rock candy and began giving it to her. time, juice of lemons an dunce; when It Uncle John-Every young fellow made from Knox' /Scotch thread. 1 1

|h>tinge of Schedule of I. K. I B. 11. I. between.New York During the first few day she was so is dissolved add white wino a pound, or nowadays must have gold watcb. A Samples and estimate cheerfully furn r rI.hed.

N. Co. ing-room sleeper weak she could only take .a half teaspoonful spirit of wine and rose water, of each silver watch will tell time just as well. Corks, Leads, Lines, etc.
mall trains
and Miami on tbe U, S. fast at time, but I it tobel' i
) a gave half a pound. This recipe U good, and Uncle
a and after Jan. 2 1899, Young Ollfloy Very trpe,
Monday .
York J. JOHNSON & CO. j
New I'. ,
i steamer Sebastian, in command of 35 and 36, daily Leaving as often as she could bear It. In may be freely used without fear John, bat it won't tell it 10 often.-
Jacksonville 9:20: a. m., ar less than a. week she could walk two Manufacturers, :
''t. Frank Titus- .
Houston will leave 12:03> a m., FOB A BUOOTH, WIIITB: SKIN Boston Transcript. I
4:00 leave Miami hundred yards and back without resting 121 South St. BALTIMORE, LID, \
Mondays and Wednesday at : Miami It p. m. Returning, This will make the akin admlmbly ;
K, for St. Lucie river' landing and 6 a. m, Jacksonville 8 p. m., arrive New ; she kept getting stronger, and in smooth a* well a* white, and (roe It born The "Tip" W.Too .*. l;

Krmedlate point., returning to Tltusl York second morning, 6:23: a. m. twelve months she seemed to bo an well .peck* and pimples, and may be used Jack-Why did you break' your en. Palmetto Drug Store, Daytouu. i ,
l Wednesday and Friday, arrivinge to u she e ver waa In her life. I feel,and so without harm: Take oil of bitter almond 1- gagement with Marie?
Information apply any
about noon. For further doe every one that knew about her *, four ounces; oil of tartar (per Tom-Her father offered 'to lend m. Drug, medicine,chemicals,flue toIlet' )
teamer St. Augustine In command'apt agent of the above companies, or R. W.HUNT sickness that Fe-ru-na saved her life. dellqulm), two ounce, and oil of rhodium money with which to get married. oap*, brushes, comb, perfumery and

Oeo. J. Mercier, leaves Titus- r, Florida Passenger Agent, 212 My daughter's came is Mrs. L. Keene six drop; bake all well togethertill Tacoma Lodger fancy toilet articles in great variety i
e Tuesday and Thursday, returning street Jacksonville, Fla. thoroughly mixed. M HUUTO.V, props. .I<
ut days and Saturday. West Bay .





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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 10, 1899.
i


1"! Board can do Is to examine the report... Micco. Rio. 1 Indian River Real Estate Agenc

-+ IHDIiH RIVER ADYOCATE. +- examine the warrant and vouchers sut ;

muted to them; and If they find then fine Irish E. Kuschel, our bustling contractor,
.1 what has some
correct they can go no further. In Joe Williamson Hobe Sound.M. ,
A.WMBKLT JOCEKAL DEVOTED TO THE DBTIOrMBKT Hoard could be held respooIble potatoes for sale, just "digged out of has gone to TITUSVILLE FLA.YOU .
,
I RIVXR, LAKE way your moved his fish business
I.XblAN
Or THE for the defalcation I cannot undentand Ireland. Young has
I,, WORTH AMD BIMAV/NK BAT 81CTIOJH. ; and hence the Inslnuatloi When you are passing don't pans us from Jensen to Stuart.

thrown out that somehow your Boar by, but come In and see our curiosity Mr. and Mrs. Austin, of Jensen, spent would do well if have property to sell and want it advertised in
PUBLISHED EVERY PRIDAT.CM fault In the matter was as unjust ould Ire you thh
from
were at shop; all line collections Sunday In town visiting friends. the hands of live men, to write at
what in
and
In way
as It was unmerited. ; land. paper, free of cost to you, put once t k
Editor & rroprletc could have ascertained the shortag Gee 3f. Rea and his assistant, the for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public.
It. WALTOX, you this
Agency
ABLE The
before you did,, was not stated, and, I In Mlcco Is going ahead very fast. German count, will move their fish campto be made this winter by this Agency.
fact could not have been stated town can now boast of a real, live mayor Alicia. J53T- Many sales will probably Why D<<

Discontinuance of adrt. mild be made per.. Whllo I feel satisfied that counsel lor {not the lord mayor of London), but of and Mrs. Shatto, of Warren, 0., your
tonally at this ofllce or by writing. defence did not really mean to imp); some other town where there l is plentyof who Mr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. llaney, PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10.00.
have are
and a
that any responsibility attached to you, room for inhabitants we will leave for their home this week. ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00;: to $20.00 per acre.
tooth
this for the of dentist, who can jerk you out a front mile
north
to and only argued purpose 120 one-quarter mile river ; one of la
communications Beautiful tract acres,
alt ,
Addreit raising a doubt In the minds of the jury; before you get time to say Robinson The growers are busy fertilizing and and vegetable Price\l 1,000.
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, expressed and will have a doctor, a which are looking Bailie; first-class for oranges, pineapples
nevertheless, In view of the opinions Crusoe, we hoeing their pines, GROVE 14 acres, 50 miles of Titusville. Will pay $1,000 ft
TlTUSVILI.R, FLORIDA to me after the argument on druggist and a watchmaker in a short very well. We all expect a busy season. ORANGE $7,000.

this matter, I feel it only a simple act of time. __ _________ The correspondent for the Star, at year SfJSSKL&DfSi' Tltusvl11e, from $.5 to $2:; per acre.
.
Check,etc., may be made payable to CliAnLl justice to your Hoard to write this I letter Gosllngvllle, stated that the frost had One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, p miles west of Titusville, good f fn,
I am, my dear air, Tibbals. in this section. Price, $;o.)0.00..
H. WALTOX,publisher and proprietor Very truly yours, killed most visited of the the plantations pines and talkedto pineapples. vegetables. and oranges.
AnRAMB. I have
CLArit-
ALEX bT.
E. Il. and A. T. Walker, of the firm many of the growers, and have failedto
THE Union Tobacco Company or of A. C. Fisher & Co., of Boston, were find or hear where any damage I has :80-o-es.::
America has been incorporated, Jensen. pleasant callers In this place last Satur been done. Said correspondent should :T1: v E :8. ,

with.a capital of $19,350,000. We'' day.The not write fake news.

it will now be in order for Archdeacon D. F. Brown held services ladles' afternoon tea party met at '" Grits Meal
presume E. E. Peabody last Feed Flour ai
Mrs.
after the residence of LaGrange. Grain Hay
the users of the weed to expect i a In the school house on Sunday Wednesday. Those, present report a ,
i It noon. -
increase in price, as
gradual probably is thA intention of the The exercises\ held In the school house very pleasant time. Jim Coats l Is said to have' the finest Cotton Seed Meal New Garden Seed arriving fri
Arbor much enjoyedby Quite a number of our pineapple grow. potatoes in the town.
were
that result.A on Day very
about
trust to bring the visitors who attended them.T. iM-tt arc now busy fertilizing their pines. Uncle Shad boarded the train for a
The fertilizer put on now is supposed todd I
A. Snlder's commodious houseboat much to the size of the fruit, now trip to DeLand, Wednesday- all the time.

PITTPIIUUCJ manufacturer, who with a jolly party on board, stopped in bloom. Lots of bloom on the orange trees indicate
Harmless
for GrayiMlneral: Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; to man s:
at Jensen leaving again point of fruit. for
hands ,
hundreds of provides of a large crop
employe south of here. Professor Jannocb must have a way beast Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write forquotatioa
an ample dinner for them "t ranging the tongues of his German Mr. Ives improving; his orange grove cash '
a daily charge of only five cents At a recent meeting ot the Village Improvement scholars in the middle, judging from by setting more trees and repairing his Lowest prices. JACKSONVILLE
Association It was decided to the they rattle away, for the writer fences. Office: 124 W. Bay street. FLA.
he loses way
each. Of course, money;
"hard times party" on February around
glvo a has tried to twist bill tongue E. '
on the dinner, but expects to even 17th, for the benefit of the town hall some of the words, but failed to get Uncle Tom shipped a nice tank to
Sebastian ,
at
Klondike place
the increased produc fund. W. Hall for his
matters by there every time.
this week.
of the operatives' labor. All Saint's church will be consecratedon Several families, with their friends and Station CHAS. N. WELSHANS,
Sunday, the 10th inst. Order of ser from the north, had a picnic party over Messrs. D. B. Pritchard this
seen out
vice as follows: Consecration morning )Q the beach last Saturday, and no time Agent Branning are way \
., IT may not be generally known prayer with sermon*by the bishop, and wl\slost to get In the big waves of the gunning quite often these day .

along the East Coast ,of Florida holy communion. tiny t deep. All had a jolly good time, Mrs! Julia D. Ives was called home CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES, COAL TAR, PLASH
that the United States Supreme and hope to be able to secure some of suddenly Saturday last in answer to a ,

court recently handed down ar Fort Pierce the snapshots that were taken. dispatch that her mother was very ill. '
her as far as HAIR AND LATH. #*
opinion to the effect that poultry, Mr. and Mrs. Clias. A. Willard and Bert Ives accompanied (d{

running at large, is wild gamp, and Mrs. A. Cook has gone to Miami on a laughter, of Minneapolis, Ind., arrived Jacksonville.Glad .
whose land chick visit to her parents. rare last Friday, and will\ spend couple to see such a large crowd of State Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils.
the person upon if months, the guests of Capt. J. II.ndrews. young folks from Titusville to Sunday
ens, hens or roosters may trespass, Captain A. J. Lewis has been spending \ Mr. Willard l is one of the school last SunHay. Among whom we Old 'Phone 8. )jut 13 Hogan Street,
has a right to kill them. Keel. several days in Titusville this week, irm of Willard & Andrews, who have avery noticed the Misses Stewart, Vanlandlng-
your poultry at home if you want attending to law business. fine pineapple plantation near this ham, Davis, Hall, Daniels; and Ernest JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

to protect them ; for, according tc There was a dance at the City hall on place. Vanlandingham and Elbert Froscher.

this law cannot get redress I il Friday evening last. Quite a number Mr. Snider, of Hobe Sound, arrived', Come again.
you were In attendance, and all report a good with jolly party
here last Friday a very
neighbor kills poultry for: Send the ADVOCATE an order for any
your time. jn his new houseboat, which be had [ .HAMMOND PACKING CO
trespassing.IT There Is a fine outlook for A big crop built this winter, and'was on her trial job| printing you need.] "
.
and builder have just ,
of pineapples In this section this coming rip. Both owner Subscriber attention is drawnto
,your
to feel proud of the plans and p-
is very evident that people in Beason. ause workmanship. She is handsomely furnished the name-and-date slip pasted upon in (Formerly The G. n. Hammond Co.)
the north and west are casting their We regret to learn that K. B. Rauler- throughout, and the engine is of your paper or wrapper. If you are

eyes toward the East Coast oi ion Is rheumatism.laid up with an attack of Inflammatory die best make. arrears, please remit. OUR SPECIALTIES :

Florida as one of the best places tn ,
Archdeacon Drown held services in "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
settle for we have received more '
; the Fort Pierce hotel last Monday eve-
applications for pamphlets ant ling to a large congregation. Old Saws ?___i_ "Coin Special" canned meats."Calumet" .

ADVOCATES, and more inquiries for Rev. Mr. Lane held services, morning hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .
'
information this past two months, evening, In the Methodist church, last No New Insurance Gas and Quick Meal Oil STOVES.
than we have had in the previous Sunday. leaf lard.

six months. And it should be re O. Burke gave a lecture on the bible,, They give Satisfaction. Iron Beds and Cribs, Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .
membered that this is not a railroad last Saturday, in the Methodist church.

ottlce, either. If you need a Vn( appreciative audience was in attend- Sets. compound lard, sausages
Chamber
nice orange grove or winter home,, tnce. Furniture, Porcelain and all Packing House Products.

the East' Coast of Florida is the
place to suit you. Rockledge.The I write The FURNITURE STORE, FLORIDA BRANCH : Jacksonville, Fly
I
TITUSVILLE, FLA Write us for quotations, and you will be pleased.
many friends of Miss Bessie
DEMAND FOR AMERICAN smith regret her departure for New .I


,PRODUCTS.- Jersey.All our hotels arc doing! a good busl- ,I Season 1898-f99. r\ A FAMILY JAUNT

ness, and tourists are delighted with THE MAPES o.
It is reliably stated that farm. Rockledge. In one of our canopy top phaetons or sac

era of the United States: will this i They have been the Standard t reys can be enloyed for any length of tint
A. Von Wcyhe, after spending ten without weariness. You can get raort
year receive more money from lays at the New llocklodgc, has left on Fertilizers for 20 ),ti 0p solid comfort in one than In any other-
abroad for their products than in lis return trip to England. i In Florida. hide on the market. For the horseman'A
years
preceding year. A statement that loves speed, a runabout or as light II
any Chas. Davies, of the steamboat company + ,
regarding the exports of agricultural came down from Tltusvlllo Satur- MANURES! +; ..p etf "' can be constructed, well-made and stron?
products, recently issued by lay, and returned on Monday. : c; lj y;il( he will find here at bed-rock prices.

the Treasurer's Bureau of Statistics A. N. Clark and wife, of riainville, 1. \ ; za
shows that, in the item ofbreadstu onn., are now domiciled In their pleasant Main & Church Sts.,
Irs alone, the exports for cottage, on Indian River avenue. FLi

the ten months ended October 31, A. F. Probasco aed It. II. Parry, two My Fertilizers Are as goo
1808, amounted to $250,257,455, business of Chattanoo- State Agents for Sterling Bicycles.

which is (;Ixt .-tlve millions greater Maza.;a., They all qUOte MapeS As the Standard of Excellence. Ww1\ep/.K / .c.rv. a .....

than in the corresponding months Mr. and Mrs. Williamson spent one The Mapes put the money in the pockets of the' growers, -=::;

of last year, and thirty-eight millions lay the fh'st of the week fishing at Lake
in excess of the exceptional 'olnsett and returned with a stl'lnof/ Vegetables, Strawberries, Orange and other Fruit Trees. The Belvedere. Postoffice.
black\ Opposite
year of 1802Provision\ welve bass. .
Pineapples, Bananas Tobacco, etc.
exports also show a Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Boss, of New Lonlou. .'

good record, being for the ten ., Conn., are at the New Kockledgo.jr. What yOU Want Are Results, Results, Results. Results. I have been Imported and Domestic'
months lG2 $80a3 against $146 Boss owns one of the largest crack-
$ ,
el' factories in tile United States. the Mapes Agent In Florida over Twenty Years.I .
607,03': in the correspondingmonths
of last year, and $12H; 08- Miss Genevieve Barnes, of Now Haven, I haVe SOld Millions of Dollars worth of their goods to Thousands of WINES LIQDOBS and CIGAR,
Conn. will spend the winter at the Now
BC8 in 1892.\ Cotton exports for (locklodge, with her grandparents, Mr. Consumers over tho State. Of all these thousands not one single consumer ,

the ten months are thirteen million and Mrs. II. P. Shares, where sho has has found fault with the Quality of these Goods. 2i'10: !&
Wine Rooms for gentlemen only. Merchants Luncl/uoom, 12 to p.
dollars in excess of last year, and rived. The best yields. The best keeping qualities.The _.>ots. .Steaks, chops, game;: and oysters; iu season served after 12 noon.
the number of pounds of this
Thomas Caldwell and wife, of New- .
staple exported is larger than in bUI'It, N. Y., are ii'gistvred at the Now most reliable in drouths. H. W. METCALF: ,

any corresponding period in the of tockledgo.r the United Mr.States Caldwell Lawumowors'is president Asso- Always the best prices in all the markets.Read Jacksonville, FIv----

history of the country. The exportation iation,

of nearly all classes of Edward R. Swett proprietor of theako the following. It covers all these points :
farm has increased. CHE8EBRO( RROTHRRR !
products ,Harbor hotel l, Muskegon, M cl.I"IH "OUANOE PARK, FLA., August 27th, 1898 vf
at the Plaza. Mr. Swett: says that he .. JLSJAVT JLAAJLIJLIN/
"MR. J. R. TYSEN, Agent Mapes Co., Jacksonville, Fla:
likes Rockledge the bout of anything lie
THE LATE FEASTER, TRIAL. has seen in Florida. "Dear Sir:-I have been raising vegetables for the Jacksonville market many WHOLESALE.QOMMISSON
years with Indifferent success. You have often tried to Induce me to use .-
Dr. Dunn, a prominent physician from Mapes Manures, but I could never bring myself to it, as I always thought they
Major St. Clair Abrahams Defend the Ilaver bill, Mass., with his wife, have cost too much. This year I concluded to use them, and it. has been a lesson to FISH DEALERS,
County Coimnlmlonem. been stopping at the Indian River this me. I had most excellent crops, notwithstanding the drouth, and my stuff
week. Dr. Dunn Is quite a sportsman, has always sold at once at the highest market price. I was especially fortunate .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Jan. 23, 00.IIy and has to play sad havoc .
come prepared on watermelons. My crop was all large and choice. Customers were waiting
Dear dipt. Sharpe-In: view of with the fish and game that are so plen for me every trip to the city, and I realized more than twice the prices my No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish :Market, New York.SPECIAL'rIES .
the criticisms of the County Comrolsionera tiful here. neighbors did, and always sold my boatload at once. I got twelve to eighteencents }Bd!
by counsel for the defence in the Mosuls. Clewson and Beers, two young for mine when the slip was full of boatloads olTerlng them at from five to :Spanish Mackerel: Sbeephead, Pompano, Bluefish,

argument on the Feaster cases, and the men from Taunton, Mass., arc among ten cents, and I am sure I shall profit hereafter by my experience this year. I Snappers, Klngfish, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back: Ducks
probable misconstruction that may arise the champion sportsmen. They recently had splendid success, also, with Irish potatoes.
therefrom, I feel it my duty to state that I returned from u trip up the Banana "Very Truly Yours, J.. L. MOORE." Stencils promptly supplied. References furnished if desired. -

in County no possible Commissioners way can of Brevard the Hoard county of. river, bringing with them fifteen ducks, KIT" Write to me for Pamphlets with full particulars, price I, analysis, and testimonials -

be held responsible for the shortageof among, and which black were duck.some mallards, redheads that will interest you. A full stock always on hand. CLARENCE B. JllLLKlt. MILLER LONOB9TBA*

Brevard county treasurer. Established 1841.
During J. B. TYSEN AgcD.'t
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the trial of the case I made a personal
and careful examination of the books, Roseland.John J.aokSOD."VU.1c, F1.a.
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warrants, eto., of the Hoard, comparing S. B. MILLER & CO

them with the books and reports of the Cloheey( who has been working
,
county correct treasurer to a dollar., and This found careful everything Investigation for some time, left. on Friday, for Mala. WILLIAM CLARKE Sanitary ,Plumber WHOLESALE '
bar ,
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by me domonstrated that the -M- W M H l I M
Board had done everything In their Messrs. Cooley, Wood and Bennett, In COMMISSION DEALERS
power to protect the public moneys and the launch Whlstlewlng( stopped over Fine Gas Fixtnres, Plumber and Gas Fitter Roofing Sheet FISH ,
the public interests : last Friday in the Sebastian river.T No.
7 Fulton
Under the laws as then existed, and' Rochelle is Iron work and drain bath tubs water clos Fish Market, New York.
still exist, the Hoard of County Commissioners S. Drake, of New expected pnmps pipe, ,
to arrive I for the In few
season a Special attention given to the sale of
I were nnd are utterly without Pompano, Spanish
authority to require the county treasurer days. ets and Wash Stands, Copper vessels of all descriptions re-tinefl, Mackerel, Blue Fish, etc.
either to produce hi, cash or to furnish The Misses Hudson and Cason, of Sebastian REFERENCES;Fulton and Market National Bank Wholesale Fish dealerIn
evidence that the moneys he reports were visiting )(1'. and Mrs 11 37 Forsyth St, near Laura St., the United State or any

pu. )hand Is I actually on hand All the D. Kuffner, of this place, on Tuesday, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. %jf- Stencils furnished on application.

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with yachtsmen at Palm Beach for entering -

his yacht the Cheemaun, ID the
regattas on the Indian Hirer this winter.
If sufficient Inducement It offered Mr. .FERTILIZERS

OVAL Pinkham will leave for the Indian RIVer i
next week with the Cheemaun and a ,

picked crew to handle her in the races. ,,


king PowderMade tar Editor pink paper Chas.of II.the Walton East, of Coast the popu-came SPECIAL PRICES .
,
given Titusville to attend the dance ;
by Manager Oreaves, of the Alcaz (J)

ar. it was one of the swell affairs of the : -TO- :
from pure season, and was a grand success.

cream of tartar. The Bureau of Information located In H Pi

the was Alcazar opened by on the Tuesday East under Coast the System management ..Pineapple GI:o G-rO\i\Ters.\ .

feguards the food of Mr. J. MacGonlgle. Every : .

thing In plants fruits and vegetables j .4.11 xound JPortillzpr: ,
[iI
against alum produced kept on exhibition.along the East Fruits Coast will will arrive be hi Price $25.00.GUARANTEED i'::r Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to

daily from the southern section of the : ANALYSIS us for prices and we will prove to you we can save you money. I ,
state, and will\ be : .
shown to the best ad
i baking powders are the attest vantage. Produce from this will Moisture.,......,,...................,...... ................... .......... ...... 8 to 10 STEAMED BONE RAW BONE |
i to health of the also be county Ammonia,....... ............................... ....... .... ................... B to 6 Iij
extensively advertised at the Equal to Sulphate of Ammonia................................................ SO to :25 BLOOD AND : ACID
WMINO.OWDS.CO.,..rw-. Bureau of Information and strangers to Available 1'honphorio' Acid.... .....................,.........................,. A to 8 BONE PHOSPHATE
ROYAL the state will be enabled to form Equal to None I'lionphat* of Lime..........................."'"...... ... ......... 11 to 13 DISSOLVED NITRATE .
estimate of the a just EHB : Potash K3O........, .T:... ............................... .............. B to 6 BONE OF SODA,
value of Florida soil by Potash..... .. ..... ,.. ........... .. ..
--- : gnat: to ... .......... .. a to 10 SULPHATE
spending a short time with Mr. Mac- J\laltne\ .la sl111hateot etc... .....?..................,.........."............ M to 60 OF A AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS, 8. ,
Key West. Oonigle in the expo ltlon. 63T-: Wrlto for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL HARDWOOD ASHES,

COTTON SEtfD HULL ASHES KAINIT AND POTASHES.:

Bovine.Miss j 1B3T": Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0
West Guards want about
e Key H prices. .
Sty guards. No need to fear,another .
Helen] Miller spent Sunday at her
home at Melbourne Mr. Gibbs bringing Please Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for j
eph Merrill the little son of Mr. her back. '
Mrs. Welbourne Adams was recent- hi Pamphlet. Pi' .
listened by Rev. Chas. W. Frazer. The Misses Stella]) Mlrns and Clara Ot- ,

well]), of Ilahia came out to call on LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO
Ic mud digger is scooping out mude friends Friday afternoon.
ton, in front of the government ,, III :
It is the Intention of the governto Mr. Wm. Henderson and family and :
make that channel thirty-six Mr. Lock and family are two very wel- Tacirson/v-ille: Florida. : t

eep all the way out. come additions to our town.

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Lrried, last Wednesday evening at Mr. Chris Houston also Mr. and Mrs. I 1 '' ----- --- : !

| residence on Eaton street, Wm. F. Wingate and daughter of Eau Gallic Melbourne.GOODE weeks on Indian River In the Interest of Biscayno Bay. Its owner C. O. Burgoyno. I I bench and all report a tine time. The' j 1
lard to Mrs. Sallie Paterson Rev. drove out on Sunday afternoon. his propertv in that section returned to of New York, accompanied by children were laden with shells and ttr ;
I..1V. Frazer officiating. Only a fewIs West Palm Beach Saturday. Mrs. Burgoyne, was aboard his handsome lades with sunbuin.
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart gave a very and be
of the contracting parties were pleasant] little dance to a few friends on & OOODE.-neal Estate and Ix>ani. The dredging of the canal entering craft the may congratulatedon Oranges pines and guavas are show

fent.&e the 1st, in honor of their son Reid'stwelfth Globe Agent),for and Xtn Imperial*, London Fire Inimranoo.and Liverpool Special and .Lake Worth is progressing; steadily and having pleasure boat most In these completely waters.satisfying The- ing bloom. Severn! hundred of the lat t

War Department has more than ] birthday.Mrs. attention paid to the Interest of non residents. the agent of the steamer line hopes to yacht Is schooner rigged, and In additionhas ter have been planted recently, one party I
work already mapped out for get a boat through by Saturday next on having one thousand trees. "
'ears two 10-horse Globe ,
Livingston has back to her power engine .
[West and its harbor and other con- home for a few ...weeks gone after staying a regular run.Monday She was built by }.Flanders of Daytona The mercury dropped to 32 dogrees'iVrn << 1 't
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s i tire being considered. There is not quite a while with her daughter Mrs. WHEN Bazaar YOU, Mrs.GO Chas TO J.MELBOURNE F. Campbell call Co.,at Millinery the- at ,Juno was quite a busy ind Loon Vann Is captain. few minutes yrsteiday<< morning, Bat. i'
; that the government Intends mak- Fred Houston.Mr. Notions Dry Goods Ladies' ready day; being county commissioners' meeting no damage/ done to vegetables Tliho ,
some great improvements around made and woven Underwear Ferris' Renown sp'cll\lsales, and rule day. Quite a Ice was found In exposed places
arbor of Key West. Gene KInnlard was visiting friends ed Cornets etc.,embroidery and colored silks large party enlivened the lovely county Banyan. "
lie here on Sunday. He brought out his souvenir spoons Stationery,etc. .
constructors of the Maine
monut new horse Maude which he has lately seat.A.
have promised to use their utmost bought of Mr. Oslin, of Melbourne. FLA., F. Qninby, clerk of the circuit A. M. Keen of Macon, Oa., Is visiting TRY BUG DEATH-
HOTEL MELBOURNE
ts to have the monument erected by overlooking RIVERSIDE Indian River' homelike accommodations court who has been in poor health for his friend, J. M. Field :
15th, the anniversary of the destrucof Arbor day was celebrated on Friday and good board. Rates JIJH per several years and who recently became :
the gallant ship. It is to bed last by our school. An appropriate pro- day or $6.00 to $7.00 per week according to worse, has Improved considerably with. Cards are out for a ball on St. Valentine's
that the monument will be hereme gramme of recitations and music was location of room. CHAS.Special T. McltRIUE.rates to lllver in the last week and Is able to attend to eve, at the Banyan house ON GROWINGVEGETATION ; :

to be unveiled on that day. given by the school children after which people. Proprietor. business. The finest bean crop ever seen in : 4s
trees and flowers were planted in the Is k '
Banyan now being handled and price I
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school lot. I A movement started on Arbor day for --
are fair. '
[Do you want to buy or sell property 1 Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE the Improvement of the school groundshas I ;
[Indian River p' If you do, write then On :Saturday: Mr. B. J. Stewart's little the pink paper of the East Coast will be taken further shape and now, In addition W. I). Gilbert was over ]last week, An Insecticide; ; an<9 j t tU
|, River Real Estate Agency Titus- girl Sue came very near drowning.While received at the Melbourne Fostoflke; to the planting of lowers and looking after his young orange grove 9D
I Fla. See page 4. playing with some boats in a porfJnear shrubs it will be enclosed by a pretty Plant FoodCombinoiL.
the front of Mr. Stewart's home fence. here.W.
Bonter's house the bluff J. awarded the
O. W. new on Ragan was contractfor
she fell into the which
water
was over I .
Miami. her head. Fortunately one of the little Is now almost finished. i The new cottage just completed by carrying the mails from Banyan tllTl'Uplc. ...MMfh I*_, Mw ,.fly 'J-
E. L. Pinter linn r to CM M.'M .j
Mayor Whillden directly In front of his the contracton !
boys noticed her in time to save her. Mr. Baker is building: an addition to ,
home and fronting the lake was rented route from Brautluy! to Ilahia.Q. ADVANTAGES: OF USE:
the residence of W. T. Wells.
A Waddell whose ad. may be seen I this week to a family of tourists who M. Iloldcn representing the F. C, Ensy to apply wind docs not blow 'it
|page 8 of the ADVOCATE is doing aping Remember that the INDIAN RIVER Henry Jones of Syracuse N. Y., Is a had previously been at the Polnclann. A P. R'y was looking after that roads off, and rain will not wash It off. Prevents ,
business In'real estate. ADVOCATE does all kinds of job printingat guest of Hotel Riverside. The price paid was $000 for the season. Interests here this week; blight Non-poisonous and will .;
short notice. Send them an order .
Mrs. J. II. Phillips returned home At Juno the seat not Injure except Insect life;
rds have been issued by Mr. and and be convinced that It is the place to county on Monday John McAllister brought over last pant
an excellent food and will\ increase 'j 1
,
from Atlanta last Friday the 6th inst., Judge A. E. Heyser an
I. Davitt of Pittsburg Pa., announc- have job printing done. sold at auction the week, John Cordes of Chicago, and growth of crop. Send for circulars and
Ithe coming marriage of their daugh- Joe Mills is visiting his sister Mrs; special known master the Arthur C. Jackson prop- Chits. Ensey and wife, of Starke Fla.', testimonials from those who have used

JLyde Holland, to Mr. Thomas Reed Truitt. He came here from Tampa.P. erty homestead. It as was sold to Robbins & who spent the day viewing the island.The It. Try It-It will do all we claim.] 'I,
Jtley, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Van- Georgiana."Uncle I
riff, on February 14th. R. Paddison jr., of Eau Gallie Graham as attorneys for J. W. Plank of sloop Water Lily and ottboat DANFOUTH CHEMICAL Co., ..:
spent last Sunday evening in town with Harrisburg 1>a., who held first mortgageon Mattie B., was loaded with a merry party Or Looming, Mas*. .
aptain Watson superintendent )f the and Auntie Hughes" were friends. It in the amount of $'.400. The price from Banyan Bahla and Bonaventure R. J. Martlnay,.Gen'l Agt.Jacksonville 11.1:

jino, is a busy man during these warm calling at Dr. Wittfeld'sand Mrs. Fish- The handsome houseboat The Sweetheart paid was $2,000. There was a second on Sunday who spent the day on tl. ] }']a. .,', I
met (winter) days. 'The pleasure of er's Saturday afternoon.Mrs. mortgage of $2,500 held by II. M. Flagler -- -- -
in
here
of last
th In the Casino is greatly appr'ecl- Maude Wagner and little daughter Daytona her was south'port ] and a third mortgage; of tlt OO hold !
i by the guests. Daily the great pool Florence left for Miami Monday on Monday on way bv Mr. Mashland] owner of the Hotel

lied filled with merry bathers. a visit to her parents and sisters. The schooner Queen Capt. McFadden Hibiscus against the same property. Insecticides and- Guns.
It left hero last Monday with a jolly partyon powder
the Hotels Miami and Conolly theree
Mr. Cannata wife and their two charming board bound for points south.
been a large number of guests daughters arrived last week and are J3T": As an advertising medium no
long them are many lovers of whist. nicely settled in their new house, The Social] club was entertained by papAr on the East Coast can beat the .
fci'essive euchre and other gitnusiy getting which they bought from Mr. Bert Hob Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brown Iast4; 'tiesday ADVOOATK. Give us a trial advt., Rend the following from Mr. Brown MO well known on the East Coast :

[ night/ several tables are filled, and bins some time ago. We extend to them evening. Programme euchre and croki and be convinced of the pink paper'* "IlypoLuxo, FLA., Nov. 18, 180! (}
I players pass the hours pleasantly: a warm welcome.Mr. nole. worth. "MR. C. R. TVSEN

pi these games. Peck took his launch around the Mrs. Moses, Misses Muriel] and Mildred "JACKSONVILLE, FI.A : {
[he fishermen and the flsherwomen island Saturday with a merry party onboard Knight and Master T. Knight left here Eau Gallie. "Dnar Sir:-I-have boon using the Laurel Groan I !got from you this season :)
I i all of the hotels have been success- Among them were: Mr. Fritz J. last Monday to spend a few days with on three acres of buann, and never saw anything to equal It. Thoro Is not a. worm < '
lin making large catches from they W. Bruner Miss Kate Clark Miss Bessie Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Moore at Roseland.] to bo seen. Put on with a powder gun. I find land plaster Is nut required It tat (f'

waters during the week. So far asr Carter Mrs. A. L. Bruner and little Mr. George Phillips arrived home last Captains Vogol and Spencer government acting well on tomatoes and eggplants. J. DltOWN. .I

| correspondent has heard Judge daughter{: and Miss ]Black of Lotus. Thursday from Huntsvllle Ala., where Inspectors were hero Friday. Inspecting Wrlto to ate (Chats Jt. Tyneir, Jacksonville) for pamplilctrt unit: j
shafer and Clarence Arrowbmlth landed the "old] castle ex- the Silver' King. quotations
They at he was mustered out of the First Florida
II 1 the palm.he plored its mysteries went up on the big regiment. George's numerous friendsare Chris Houston has moved his family -' ,---- !

Royal Palm gardens never looked mound near it and dug up bones teeth, glad to see him safe home. hero from Miami and is filling the position -

icautiful as they do now. Gardener etc., of some gigantic antediluvian race; The visitors to our bright little town of captain on the steamer Spartan.Mr. M.; WXSOKER <(
ans has taken great pains during the perhaps not quite so ancient as that buta .
of who inhabited this are delighted with the sports they can and Mrs. H. B. Carter after a
[iiner, adding many new and rare race }people here fishing hunting sailing sea week's ]loft
its his ]long before the white man did enjoy pleasant stay here Tuesday MANUFAOTUHEIl or -
to collection.
country
,already large for the Indian traditions bathing, bowling baseball tennis and for a short sojourn at Hotel Royal
Indian either
the
f Bowers, blooming out of doors in or have been handed down then the pleasure of riding a wheel on Poinclana after which they will visit '
kuary! are a great attraction to thoset that shelled streets Miami Eau Umbrellas l
these our stopping at Gallic on their and Parasols.
have just arrived from the snow- from generation to generation say .
|nd regions of the North.he mounds were hero when they came. Mr. The East Coast Chautauqua will'begin return trip. ,

Peck's party all thank him for a delightful Its third session at this place on Saturday Miss Sara Simpson, of Montreal], Can., L
hotels have been well filled with trip. Feb. 18th, and will close on Monday arrived here last Saturday on a visit to Repairing and Recovering Neatly Done All work Guaranteed. I
Ms
Iter, who have enjoyed the superb beent Feb. 27th. The programme promises her Muter Mrs. J. L, Hanlxnn this being Branch: 311 W, Bay at. 2(1( Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. !
weather. weather has
The be the host have had) and
: to wo ever her first visit to the Land of Flowers
t Malabar. ._ .. _. ,
touristso
> delightful so that the
attendance. -- -- -- --- -- -- --- -
we look for a largo Mss| Simpson is accompanied by Mr.
spent the days mostly out of doors; and Mrs. also
George Martin of Mon
1 Last Saturday evening Mrs. S. F. Gibbs Bermuda Onion Seeds. '
transfer teams have- had: a busy time, Gallie treal.
visited Eau
Carroll : 1
Albert number of the .
1ght: -seeing has been the ruling/ pleas- invited H young society
I |)lo fields in this section'are a great at- Wizen was transacting business party. Among tho society\ hts present Ramsey has been placed on the lower WHITE AND RED, genuine Tonnerlffe stock, $:JhO per Hit.

ftion, not only to the gentlemen but In Eau Gallie Saturday.Miss were: MIsHes Helen and Jennie Miller river freight run, as a pick-up boat Texas Rustproof Oats . . . . . . . SOc, per bus.

flie ladies who go wild as they see Mamie Starck was visiting In Emma and Matilda Midday, Allle and with headquarters at Stuart The Silver Flo1'idlOday; { Oats . ... . . ... . . . .1.00 per bus.
Mollie Nicholson Susie Carter Annie lias been overhauled
King
1 hundreds of acres of tomatoes. Tillman Sunday last. and Jessie Goode, Lillie Robertson, Car- and Is a flue addition to newly the Nesbltt line Georgia Rye . . . . . . . . . . 1.50 per bu...

Rev. C. L. Howell was a guest at the rie and Mattie Brown and May Mc- of steamers Florida Rye . . . . ... . . . . . 2.r() per bus

St. Augustine. home of E B. Arnold on Sunday.E. Adams Brainard Messrs., Robert Ernest Brush Blanchard S. Martin, Chester After several days warm and pleasant Full Stock of Field and Garden Seeds. f ,,

B. Arnold and Ned Miller Vepre- Frank COD It ling, E. Lippert, Wm. ,Chaf- weather the thermometer took a sudden
tented Malabar In Melbourne recently. fee, Jahn Nicholson Ernest Hadley, Eu- drop Tuesday night from 70' to L. CAMERON Seedsman,

mtlbuled ling Into trains this city from with the north their full are 1 Mrs. C. W. Bolton spent a few days at gene West and Dr. L. A. I'eek. The 459 Owing, with to rough a strong weather north-west the steamers wind. 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
It of the
to Cocoa on folks say was one most
liplement, of passengers and the sea home last week returning young of the Courtney and Spartan failed to make ---, = i
enjoyable parties season.
will soon be at its height. Monday of this week. their regular runs Wednesday. KUblUhe 1H70. '
Edith and Emily Last Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. F. I
r, and Mrs. E. R. Bradley, who have The Misses Amy Our distinguished Board of Aldermen
friends C. Irwin entertained the Social club and
in on a visit to Palm Beach have re- Pitching: spent a few days visiting friends their home the held a meeting last Saturday the first
at elegant:: on CHAS. R.
jncd to spend the remainder of the at Malabar and Tlllman recently. bluff with progreshlve) euchre. The in months. One of their ]brilliant strokes TSTSEIT ,

on here. Misses Carroll and Kindrick rusticatedat parlor and reception ball and dining of business was the appointment of a ,

O. Walton associate-editor of the Bay View on Saturday as guests ofWl'l4. room were tastefully decorated with marshal and collector now that the (Successor to The J. R. Tysen Co., Established 1878)) ,
IVOCATK two D. E. Miller. A trip down the river beautiful roses ferns and palms; dainty necessity for such appointment Is past
was In town a day or
* first of the week, shaking hands with among many beautiful Islands and in- refreshment were served. The follow- and the tax for 1897 cannot be collected. You can SAVE GOOD MONEY by sending td me for quotations pw :

many friends. The pink paper is lets and a view of grand old ocean, were Ing guests were present: Mayor J. T. The schooner Queen sailed last Monday -

with much Interest In this city. features of the day's enjoyment Hogg and wife Sirs. Chas. Campbell for Key West and other points Grain Hay Rice Meal Straw Cotton Seed Hulls and 'a
party assembled at the Car- Mr and Mrs W. W. Harden )II'. and south> She carried a party of tourists '\
folf tournaments will\ begin in Nassau A merry Thursday evening to do Mrs. John Barden Mr. and Mrs. C. II, from Grand Rapids, Mich. Dr. and Miss '

Is nd year, then Miami Palm Beach order Or- roll honor home to the on 21st birthday of Albert Carroll Stewart Mr. and Mrs R. W Goode Mr. Reynolds, Miss Jessie Cady Mr and Feed of all Kinds,. 1 .'
and St. Augustine in the and Mrs. Frank Robertson Dr. L. A. :.
Dancing was the order of the eve- Mrs. Judd and )Ir. Paine all of whomare -

heat ied.' the In addition winter to the annual gamesI tour- ning.. "And when music (furnished by Peek Mra: Kate Glllman Mr*. S. F. enjoying their Florida outing to the POULTRY FOODS Wheat, Cracked Corn, Meat and Done Grave), Cra.a dl
championship
Well and Nicholson) Gibbs Miss Jennie Strantridge, Mrs. N. utmost.
I Smith, 'I
be played on the Country Club links Messrs. swell all went Carter Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brown Mrs. I Bone, etc, etc.
[e, making a full week of the sport for arose with marriage its Inspiring." Among the A. L. Brush Mrs. Sherman:; Snedlker and The sloop Princess sailed from this WHEAT, RYE Graham Flour, whole winter wheat Flour Breakfast Creal, r ; I
latter part of March. as a distancewere Mr. Bylngton. port last Monday with a merry party : Buckwheat etc. Grits and Bacon.
guests of the eveningbell.from a aboard bound for a month's cruise : Meal I
lace the weather has become settled : Mrs. It. A. Ilardee Mr. and Mrs. along/ Biscayne Bay to Mia ni. Mrs. I. FERTILIZER CHEMICALS of all\\ kinds. Kalnlt, Acid Phosphate etc. Tobacco

[b bright skies and warm temperature GO. G. Russell Miss Mattie Braddock, West Palm Beach. G. Gilbert Miss M. Grace Gilbert Mrs. Stems, Tobacco Dust, beat Canada Ashes Salt, etc.LNSECTICIDES I
hotels Edith Kitching I
I. here are experiencing heavy Misses Amy and Emily (!I. Alnswortb, 111'. and Mrs. J. A. Wllty Laurel Green Paris Blue London Flour I
pals, but at the same time all southpnd and Mr. R. G. Hardee, of Sebastian; Mr. and Messrs. J. Maxwell Randall)), WalterB. Green Stone Purpl,

trains pull out well filled with and Mrs. G. M. Brown Misses Mattie The Clarks Blnghami, Cragins, and Gilbert and J. Arlington Gilbert composed Sulphur Bl-sulphlde of Carbon, Caustic Soda etc. I

Mats whose destination seems to be and Carrie Brown Miss Lou Mitchell In fact almost, all the "regulars"] have the party. BUILDING MATERIALS Brick Lime Cement, Plaster, Fire Brick, Fire Slabs. '
[rywhere between here and Nassau Messrs. S. Boone S. A. Martin Claude come In and taken up their abode for Hair, Shingles Lath etc.
[It not a few bosked through to lIar. Beaujean John Nicholson and Joe Conk- the wInter.J. The handsome yacht Sweetheart, on
!>&. from Grant Mr. and )Irs, R. T. its maiden cruise, stopped here Sunday I MAKE A SI'ECIALTY OF CONSUMERS: ORDERS. Will furnish you with

ling Smith; and party. I Ip R. Anthony who has spent several afternoon, en route to Cake Worth and freight rates to your place. JACKSONVILLE, KLAv
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II deal of t>) dirt in the air. The bed Florida East Coast Ry. Jacksonville Tampa

I plan in, therefore, to put some grease on _

them before washing ib very hot water. rIME TABLE NO. 17, IN EFFECT JAN. 17, 1890.NORTH Key West R'y

They must then be dried very carefully

and finally have a little more grease SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). BOUND (Read Up).

Potash. rubbed iu. These small precautions will 081 o28 i4 o 0 H. DUBKEE
JOSEPH
.00 No & DalyUatlyI,, >.ily UrUy Dom Receiver.
prevent them getting very bad, although Dally Dally Fs.n Dall" Ex Dalll STATION su Ex la
: la

they will probably the be a long way which from IOOp j; 120p 020. ; Ly..... .. ..,..Jac1k onriU. ......:::J:; 7"4! :::::1200;; 806p' _a00a"op SCUT In Effect Feb. t, '99. NORTH _
of it must beN possessing red rose appearance 112OjIIOBOa 14OaAr..llt.AalrU: ......,... 11115 .1I00a l06p '1a)( No. 2111.r No. 21. No. 37 No.23 + 0.32. No. XO.8
N J ENOUGH is the desire of almost every woman. soap ...... 10811& 84a LY............St. AulfUlltlne..Ar 881 785 ...... ...... OhbaAr iw a 1211p 920a Lv..JACKSONVILLE..Ar i 30 A m 8 o6pi.i r S
a{ in fertilizers, But to turn to another important and 1110. .. ..,....... ..... ........ .. ..Lv 1I1Iq ,. .+ liMp ..... 943a ...,....Orange Fark........ 6 62am ...,... 714Pm i I'"
...... .4..Ir3 T'K1: r.i ,..........Paliiks.: .. .... .. ..Lv P ..... ...... ...... ....... ........ ... .....,.....Ieorla....... .... ...... ....... .Pm1403a '.
l 'F otherwise failure will surely often neglected feature of our faces- z..... ......:. 104611 .000LY..Palatka . .. ....Ar 6 OOj 715p. 1'1091.1fagnolla.. .......... 1113am 215p '
:: : : 649pm"
i. e., the eyebrows.\ Very few people ::;;: .....,12115j, :::::: i\o bfate" ... .....-Z Tii 4IOp ...... ...... ...... 1210 A .I lu 15ft ....Green lrv"+ Sprtni..... 6.., )
t result. See that it is there. 806._ A06& Ly... ........Ban Mateo.... ..... . .Ar 815 813p ... 106. OSp 1103a...,... ,.ralatKa....... .... 60 0am 1lap Pili'
have the straight, dark penciled brow 0.771) ...... rT "V'1iIi Ly..E itPal ;. .LvU 13b : .s ..... ... ?wn n.n. .. .. .:. ........... .."."..... ......... ...... IIMpl.Batlluma. \) It
Ia : Our books tell all about so much admired, though many have a QOP ...... 10'lp 104a ...............Ormond.............. .. 401 8Bc ...... ...... 460. ..I.,.. ..".... ,,. .. .. ... ."........ I.omona.. ....:..... .. ........ ... ...
good growth, which they too often allow 11 Rip ....... 1 I lip 1060. II ............ .. Vallona............. 8 4 625 ...... ...... d I19a .. .. .. .. ........ ........ II lOa! ....CrescentCit Junctlon... 854..a..m .. 1I000'PIlI
fertilizers. They are sent ..... 127p 101 SHia .............PorOran'e....... .. 8 sr 16 ...... ...... .... 1 34p( 170 ..".........8evlII.".....,., 330aln 124np 4 110 PII'!
to grow iu the wrong direction. It ii'1Ap....... ISOp1113. ........... New Sm rna .......... 818 468i..... ...... .1Oa 6058 0138 ........ ...,..DeLeon Springs..,.. 246am ........ 415pI\) Jt
t, fret to all farmers applying is a good plan always when brushing ....... IlIp ... ... ..............Oak JIIIl............. I, .. ..... .... .... ........ ........ .... .... .......... Olenwood .......... ... .. ..... .. .... .. )
Il/44s ...... IMp 1200p .... ........Tttuflvl1le. ........... 404... ...... g18a 630p 307a Slop 1261pBeresford........... 222am 12np 355pm'h
/or them. the hair to brush and comb the eye- ., .. ...... 828j) .. ... ..........,.. City Point...1........ ............ ...... 72S a........ 440)1 12tpArl: .DeLane ,...... f Lv.......... ll40a 330pI620 )
4'rowa. With the aid of a little grease ..... 181p 1241p .............. Oocoa ............... 24S1.."s'8 i' .,. .. ...... \: a ........ 330p12aopLv: "", {Ar... ..,... t2tIp! 416 n"\) .
I 84a....... 845p12Mp .............Rnckl..dlle............ 816 .......,..... ,JHA 708 a 317. ?,... t 0Zp ......Orange City Jnne.210 a m .. 34. m' '
<"5RMAN KALI WORKS, they will improve considerably. In ...... ...... 4Zi'p llkJp ......... ....Ean Osllie............ 28i. ... ...... ........ .... ., .... .... tl30p.,.. .,..EnterprIIlIJ ......,, .......... "...... pmIT)
qtr such like small matters we cannot be ...... ..,... 496p 188p ............Melbourne........... .. ... ...... ..... .. ................. 3 lap Ar ,,.TITUSVILLE..... Lt.......,.. .?. .... 113opm)
( $3 Nunn Si.,New York. ...... ..... slap ...... .......... ..Rotfeland ..._...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ..... ., 6.441) ...u.,...1\It. Dora........ ", ......... 937a. .) ?'
I too careful, as they make or mar our ...... ...... IlOOP.... ......... ...Sebastisn............. ...... .. ... .. ... .. ..!...... ...... .. 701p ... .......Tavares ............" ...? t 92f1a ..... ...
whole appearance. ...... 8111p. ..............8t. Incl............ 1047 2110'p.........a.1J. 800a 3Ma 4/1Sp.13IIpAr..Banford..L"/ 140am 1121a! 320n' '
9 detail which 'S'h ....,. 1IOp: 8011p ............ Fort Plerc........... .". 1')1'ki'1 ...... .LI1ua .... .. .452a l145p .,...,...... ....... ,... 12f1lpm. 11I42a 21IpIII: '
Another I should liketo ...... ...... 8411p ................ EdeD............... ....... ...... .:..,.,. 700a 614p 421\P..Lakeland..... ..... 9111pm tflHa ?...
draw attention 'is the creases and ...... ...... 668p ...L.. ...............Jenll 11.............. 100 ...... ...... .. ...... 940a soup 4/1Op ....?.... ...nartow......,..... 6111pm 907a 520am") ) ",
lines which form around the and ...... ...... 1oap ..... .II ...............8t1U&rt.. ............ 957 ....,. ......' ........ 710 a 10 trip 10 MpAr..J>unta Gorda..Ly 32Spm 1\208 "".
nose BoWld........... ". / ., .., s .. ,..... ... .. 1033amm ...
1811p .......... ..Hobe ... .. 817a 820p II 3IIp ........ Tam)1a .. ,.... 73711 m t to 33p ..
which ultimately result in blackheads. .: : ..... ..,.. .. .. ......Tampa Bay Hotel.... .. .. ... ... 8o775.. .... I.."
The complexion treatment deals with : 8555 IMp 6 20p Ar...... Port Tampa..Lv .700p m- 730a'1020am .
1118& TM 8ap liMp Lv ..........Palm Beach inn..Ar / d1k, ......1 OOp Mon.Thur.Sat. 900p 9lOp LA..Port Tampa..Ar 20opm .,...... Thur,8un6'30np .
these, but in the ordinary everyday 608. .86. Shop IIIOp ..... .. Royal Polnclana ....... II lOp ...... .lisp Tlles.FrJ.& 3 001' Ar.;......Key West......,.Lv 7110 pm., ...... Wed.llat &.
AVOMAN'S WORLD. washing it is as well to give a little extra llBa 943a llOOp 620p .....,: Wed Palm Beach .,.. Ar 60op/ Werl.Bat&l\Ion 600p Ar..Havana..Lv 1230)1 m.. .. Wed. !Saty: +,
time and ...... IOOIMI/ 920p .. ......... ... Boynton. .. ...........Lv 816a/IIB-684p ...... ......
.---- attention' to this part of ...... 101 937p ..... ........... .....Delra,.... ......... ....... ......
he face. ... .. 11 025 1017p.. ..........Fort Landf'rdale........ ...... ...... Dally t Daily except Sunday. tMo 1.. Wed. and Fri.
'WOMAN ARCHITECT WHO FOLLOWSHER Creases in the skin .... ..II87aI068p .. .1.. ......,,..LemonCtt7........... 526p........ Train leaving Jacksonville 9:20 a. m. arrives Gainesville 1:35: p. m., Ocala 2:10 p. m'* Lea\-
depend a good S lOs 114.110Op 1 .. .. .......Mlaml. ..... ....Lv ...... .f' 3:50 )1. m., dally.
PROFESSION: IN CHICAGO. deal upon the plumpness thinness of Trains 81 and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and iwi
BETWEEN NF.W/ S\IYItNA AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTION. and local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open for accommodation of }rasu-iin.1
the face.- Philadelphia Times. Union Station. Jacksonville at 9 D. m. p"l
e, 0 STATIONS. No. :l No. 4

XIp find Kytl>row.-\Voninn'. Pork- -- -- Dp BZaB v......". ... .......... New Smyrna .....,... ., ....,.,...Ar i11. 64cap P INDIAN RIVER SERVICE.
etbook AKnln-Clilna'n Huprrflnon' She Turned" the Table on Slim 987a II ...........................Lake Helen .................. .........Ly 102 6 'Mp Indian River Steamers leave Titusville 4:00 p. m., Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays and
417p .68a II .......... .............. .Oranlte CIty. ......................:.. 1111'a 488p days for St. I-ucle Kivetand Intermediate landings; returning, arrive TItusville M'edruill;
-Girl* Jtmt Two Common Fool.. "I told my mother-in-law that an 22p100o.Ar........ .. .. .. ...Oranlle CIty Jun'tlon.. ........ .......... lulus 45Op Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 12 noon.
'The Vote In Wnililnxton. equable temper was one of nature's Al traIns between New Bmyrna and Orange City Junction Daily except SWlday..KeyWest W.General B. COFFIN Superintendent., O. D. ACKERLY
Generall'assenjter
Jl
beet bcantifiers.
One of the youngest women architect
Havana and Nassau.
"What did she ?
i in America is Miss Mel Dora Joe Bay ,

of GifTord Ille., now practicing in Chi "She said she had long wondered howit YEY WEST. The steamship "Clt,. of Key \Vest" of the Florida East Coast Steamship
When in J 1803 she registered happened that I was called the home- Company leave Miami for Key West on Mondays Weineftdava ani Fridays after arrival! Florida Central & Peninsular Railm'
ago an a ,
liest man on the :street."Cleveland train from Jacksonville, about 11:00 p. m., arriving at Key West next day noon.
student in the school of architecture Leave Key West 2W:! p. m. (standard time) on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Oaturdavs: arHvlif ..
.and college of engineering of the University Plain Dealer. Miami next morning. In time to connect with north bound train.

of Flllnoio, it was a new thingto HAVANA. Tim Steamship "Lincoln" of the Florida East Coast Steamship Company
see a woman in that but Ill Diamond. leaves Miami for Havana on Mondays: and Wednesdays after arrival of train from Jackaon- Time Table In Effect Jan. 16, 1899.
department, Miss Johnsing-Don't Mistah Jeffaheon vile about 11 MO p. m., arriving at Havana at 80 p. m. Mondays and Thursdays.
JJiss Ice decided die could "grapple Leave Havana Tuesdays and-Fridays at 10:.0 a. m. (standard time), arriving Ml.am a
with and and look swell I Jes' see do flash ob his ednesdaya. and Saturdays in time to connect with north bound train. -
principles
technique, diarnon" stud I NASSAU. Service for the winter season begins January 10, ItUW. Proposed sailings as O': d og A O': ; ;
r. .:
persistently finished the full four years' Mr. Jackson-Dinmon' nuffinl! Dat follows: A=i ;;= $g:;Au N! :; :!1 =A s'NORTIiERN POINTS. roro=; I A =I! I;:; :;;. f.!:

course in spite of inau r prophecies of am a discahded papahweight from dt FROM MIAMI. KIIOM NA" AU. -III A A IH !!
failure from her fellow students. --
bank wha' he am potahl Jewelers' Tuesdays and Fridays, January 10 to February Wednesdays and Saturdays, January 11 313. ,20IlpLv. Titusville Ar. Sip 2Mp
Haying already designed several 4. to February 4. 2011p 200a 11 OOa 6311p Lv. St. Augustine Ar 220p to 30a 10311a

Jbuildlngs in her own towu since graduating Weekly. Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays, Feb. Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays, February 430a 345a 1120p 4311p...... 842a eOa12lOp....'? 841lp Lv..Jacksonvtlle..Ar Lv..Yulee..Ar .lOOp..... 8188 900a.......... 831p 925)) iota 9MaI,;

a year ago she was given her II- ruary 6 to Much 81. 7 to April 1. .. .... 550p : .....920a. .. ... 9401' Ar...Fernandlna..Lv ? ... 73Oa....:. TOOT TEa i I
Tuesdays and Fridays April 4 to Wednesdays and Saturdays April 5 to 610a \ ......IOlfla
cense "on account Of 711\p 20lpI012pAr..Everett..ArI068a 600a .. .. 64\)p 0 ion il
previous practice I 'April 28. Anrll 21)\ 745& 1141'; ....,. 111111a 311\1' ... ,. Ar... 1'runswlck..Lv 915& 140& ..... 1 Mp.. .
JDomestio architecture will he her special Notice.. Steamers depart from Miami and Nassau at 4:00 p. m. of days advertised, arriving at .,.... .... ... .. 1120a 34lpll! 9pAr..SavaDnah. ...Lv 11228 641.1a..... 4471' ". :::
.
.. .
5a
Of this she 6OOpiii 3571)1209aLv.Savannah..Ar 2'411 508a1i45a 440p., .
study. "The destination next morning "
says: ...... ... 20. .??
: aAr. FairfaxS.
92:1)11201n 113fp C..Lv .36a lllIlIa 6311a 217p ,,
Connections made Nassau with Ward Line Steamers to and from
and
work is exceedingly pleasant, just from In the Circuit Court, in and for Brevard Cuba certain at dates. Santiago .. .... ..!... 10451' 1541) 614)) 25/la .,Denmark, S C" 6 fo88 301111. 3 lOa I Sop) .. ..
ClenfuegoB ,
its very nature and requirements. The Florida on .;.... ..... ...... 113.51).3III 6Ma ..Augusta, Ga.. ...... :... ...... 520a ,, ". ,

designing of a home, interior deoorat- County, :Ix CHANCERY These Time Tables show the times at which trains and boats may be expected arrive and ..l..4..... .... .. ...... .. 03p... .739p. .... 445a II Columbia B. C. 114011. .1247a ...... l1l15a. .."
depart from the several stations and but their arrival at the times 1125a "S)>artanburlrBC" ..... ()(Jp ..... ., .. ... :
ports or departure
Aaron A. DoOrauw, ")' stated is not guaranteed, nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any ... .......... ...... .. .... .. .. 1401) II Asheville. N. C. ,. ..... O/i))....... ......'"
VB. arising therefrom. ...... .. .... ..?.. 8111p1l34p 9INta Charlotte, N. C. II 3 44a ..... :92511.. ,,, "
: Norman R. Johnstone and y Bill to Foreclose eoasequences For copy of local time card call at 229 West Bay Street Jacksonville, or addressJ. .... .. .._..... 9 vip 12! 4211. 1047a Salisbury, N. C. 2 asa.2 17a., .,::
,rs his wife Esther Johnstone I ...;.. .,..,. ..... 104:1)1: ) l/17a1210p/ Greensboro. N. C 12411.. .
Mortgage. P. BECKWITH: Traffic Manager. J. D. EARNER, A. G. T. A. '
et. al. J .. .. .....' .. ....1Lblp.3o7a) 130p Danville Va 1206a 20p.. Ma .1: ,
St. Augustine. ....... .... ... .. 6COa 62.'ip RIchmond,Va. ... ... 12 23p..8. .
IT appearing) by the affidavit of D.L.flaulden, ...... .. .... ....... 1/5.1a/ 411711. 3:15)1: Lynchburg Va. 1126p .. I"."
attorney for the complainant In this cause, .... .. .,.. ...... 335a 6411a 528p "Charlottesville 845p 2 ; ORa .. ..?.
that the defendants, Norman R. Johnstoneand .
.. .... .. 642a 1411190lil) Washington I.
lloop & ...,
his wife Esther Jot nstone, are nonresidents r .. ... :.,,. :;.... 8 uOa 11 f 45a 1125p) Baltimore 4371' ..... .. ..
of the State of Florida, and are both over a .. .. ...... ..... 1015. 118p 206. l'hlladl'llhla'! 2'61' .. ,.., ) ._
the ago of twenty-one years, and that there is no ...... .... ...... 12411) 3531' 623a New York 12 lIOn 942a....... .. 920p.: .., '1..
person upon in the whom State would of Florida bind service the said of defendants a subpoena ...... ...... .. .... 830)111) ()(Jp 300p "......Doston. .,..." ...... ...... "I.j 1.-"

Norman R. Johnstone and Esther' .lohn- ...... ...... ..... d"op Lv Jacksonvlllo Ar .., .. ... ... ..... 85.'
at lie, and that the said Norman R. Johnstone. .. .... ..... ......1012)1) Ar... Everett .... Lv ...:., .. .. ... : 11"i
and E thor Johnstone reside at and their address 345a.'. .. ..... .... .... ? OEpaa
; ? 11211a Atlanta.... ...... .. .. ..... !.
is Metallo Art Co. No. 103
,
Bishop street, ..,.. .. .. ... !
.. .
Anderston, said afllant 93na .ChattanOOg'a.. u ..... ................ Slop! 15.
1 Informed and Glasgow believes.England It Is therefore ordered Is<< .. .... .. .... ... 710)) .. .Clnclnnatl. .. ... ..... .. ......... i5
I .
that the defendants Norman R. Johnstone and<<1 1 .
his wife Esther Johnstone,be required to appear Nos. 30, 38 and 34 make connection for lirtmswlckarriving Brunswick 7::4 ,11.20 a m aml ::15ptecjiectively.
'l': and answer complainant's bill of complaint on For New Orleans, train leaves Jacksonville 9:20 a. m., with through slee|>ent
the riving New Orleans 7:40 a. In. Only through: sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from New 0
SIXTH DiY OF MARCH, A D 1899, leans 6:40 p. in.

or said bill will betaken as confessed, and the [ SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
complainant allowed to proceed ex parte with Xos. 31 and 32 New York and Florida Limited running between St.' Augustine Jackwtvi
laid cause.It and New York. A sol vestibule train consisting of composite, dining and drawing room
l Is further ordered that this order be published sleeping compartment drawing room sleeping and observation cars. .
once each week for eight consecutive Nos.35 and 3ti! Fast Mail Sleepers between )New!' York and Jacksonville and the .Clnclnu:
weeks In the INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE a news Sleeper via Asheville. Also through sleeper between New York and Miami.
at Tltusvlllo, ilrovard county, No,;.37 and 38 carry through sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In connection mfl
'i./- Florida. rn ? 8 and 1 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.
Witness the Hon. Minor S. Jones Judge of _:= Mr NCF1 >o. 3G carries CIncinnati. Florida and Havana Limited'from Jacksonville to Atlanta u
said court, as well as the seal of saki court at Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This brought to Jacksonville b.VNo. 33. These trains also both
MISS MEL DOICA ICK. the court house at Tltusvllle, this December the St, LouIs (vIa Louisville)and the Kansas City (via Memphis)through sleepers between tbo-

flag, etc., is a most fascinating study 17th, 1H1I8.dec2398! A. A. STEWART cities\ Nos.and 29! Jackllonvllle.and 30 handle through sleepers betty en Jacksonville and Cincinnati; No. 30 open i
,
-A woman's souse of color and feeling 1/ p m at Jacksonville for Pullman passengers.'
[Seal ] Clerk Circuit Court. All! baggage( will be checked from Union Depot.. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticks!
'is more delicate than man's. Of all
a
'' office( :2W Hoean Street as well as at the Union depot ticket office.
the profosHious I do not think of any so S _v i) L. A. BlIlPIAN, A. 0. P.A. F.0. WRIG HT. DIs. Pass. Agt., 202 W Bar &:

thoroughly suited to a woman as architecture Citation. Stoj A. O. MacDONELL, Gen. Pass. Agent

and 1 believe that more women ..
who have the time to give to serious 'ilHK next of kin of Joe Lenon who died
j domiciled llrevard<< county, Florida about
study might find this u most delightful Oct. 16th, IH',18, and all others whom it may
'Occupation. concern,are hereby notified that six weeks after 4cbff
the first publication hereof, to-wit: December
Strangely enough, few women have 2ird.; A D IHlW, and their failure to'apply for administration )

"ventured into this pleasant' but difficult N. Hatch or some on his creditor estate of I said will estate appoint of Oeo.Joe SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES SouthernRailway

field of labor. Probably not more than Lenon, or other tit person to administer on his
eight or ten licensed women architects estate In Florida. Finest Cuisine and Service No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York. ;

.are to be found iu this country-women 1>. L. OAULDEN, The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers I"Comanche"

who hare actually embarked in the Tltusrllle, Flu, County Judge (new), "'"Algonquin "Iroqnois "Cherokee," "Semlnole.
Doc. 10th, 18118.) 23dec08
:business for themselves, opened offices North-Bound.

:and are practicing. England has just Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide Most Excellent Service Ever Offered Out of Florida.NOR.TH .
.announced her first, Miss Ethel Alary 'Fish Lai' From JACKSONVILLE FLA., (calling at Charlestonun aYII. Tuesdays and Thursdays.
.
.
From CHARLESTON 8. C., .
Charles.. Of the two iu Illinois Miss For hour of Hailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville Mondays and, Charleston Wednesdays daily and paper Fridays.. EAST WEST.
Notice IH hereby given that I will Introduce
.Elizabeth D. Wallace of Juliet is one, South-Bound. ,
a bill in the next legislature of .
Uhe other being Mies Ice, now in Chi. Florida, enacting: a law regulating the For Steamers CHARLESTON are appointed B.C., to.sail.from. 1'ler. 29., East. River. ,1I10nda's'edneslla's New York, at 3 p. m., as follows t ,

cago. taking of food fish with seines and nets FbrJACKSUNVILLEFIA.oallingatCharleston( ), Mondays, Wednesdays aud and Fridays Fridays. THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, DINING CARS,

I.lpn and liJJ'ebrow.. in the waters of Brevard county. Clyde New England and Southern Lines, (Freight: only.) I THOROUGHFARE COACHES. VESTIBULED TRAINS.
HKNKY L.
PAUKKU (Culling at Charleston :8. C. both
There aro few,things more unbecom ways)
Jan27-nmrl7:! Representative
ing than cracked lips, and during the "S'T'EAMERS": "
are appointed to sail as follows! "NEW YORK AND FLORIDA LIMITED.
cold weather they .ore very general. From foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, From Lewis' Wharf Boston.
Some lips aro difficult to treat Road Law, }'ltIUA Yl:1.: nUDA YS. Solid Pullman Vestibuled Limited. Dining. Library, Compartment, Drawing-Ko
very ,
\ and Observation Cars between Ht.: Augustine aud New York
and, as! is usual with qosmetics, very -
few have the\ seine results on two skins. Notice is hereby given that I will introduce Clyde's) St. Johns River Line. 'WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LIHITED."
a bill in the next legislature of
.As the white, broken up look on tho l via Savannah and Columbia without .
lips the
produced change."UNITED
by east wind would
county of Drevard, giving to said county -The eleganf Iron :Sldew: haul 8toamers-

spoil the best looking woman's appearance certain rights and privileges, authorizingthe "CITY OF" JACKSONVILLE." ul HBDI{. DeUAltY," 'STATES FAST MAIL."

it is us well to take time by the levy of a special road tax in eachcommissioners' CArr. W. A. SIIAW CaptT W.LUNlJJr.
forelock and always- keep.some remedy district, and providingthe Are appointed to sail as follows i Pullman Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and New York.

,ttt baud for use on the first windy day process by which such tax will bo Leave Jacksonville a m, dally,
'that makes itself felt. levied and expended, also providing tho PhiladelphiaPtllMaa
SOTR
IIO ND. Washington Baltimore and
It is quite us necessary to consult a manner of exercising/ the right of eminent stead down. StIIEDULE l'oultl.U' 1I0VNlJ.

specialist about our lips as about our domain in opening roads Leave 3.30 p. an. .................... ...Jacksonville. .. .... ... .... ..,..,.. ArrIve toad 2.00 uII.,:: : DrtwtnfRoora Sleeping Cars to Macon Atlanta Chattanooga, C1ncIl\Jlt!,
complexions in general. They HENUY L. PARKER, 8,45 11. m. ...................... .....Palatka... .. ................ .,. Leave 8.00 Louisville, Birmingham Kansas City and St. Louis.
not only jan27-marl7:! Representative 3.00 a. m ........ .,, ... ........ Astor .. ............ .... .... .... 2.30 p.p.. m.
4,50 a. nt... ..................... ..St. t.ranclll. ............ .,........ .... 1.00 m.m. Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
'I a. 111. ... ,...,. ... ....... lIert's..ord.. ... ........... ........... 12.00 p.
.
--- -- --------- ------- II coo A. In.............. ...... .... ..II1U8 8prlngs.' .................... .... II 11.00 a. In Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville, Through tb
MALLORY STEAMSHIP Arrive 11.301&. m. ............ .. .... ......Sanford... .. ...... .. ... ...... .... .. 11.00 a.lU.
LINE. 9.l: a. ui ...... .. .. .... ........ ....Enterprise ,... .... .... .... ...... .... II 11.30 a.a.lU.m. "LAND OF THE SKY." .

Florida New York, aen'( Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay st" Jacksonvl1le. Dowbl Dally' Limited Trains For Cincinnati via ET.r.tt.

Philadelphia and Boston. V. II. W WARHURTOX T. P. A., F. M. IROli' IONOER. JR., Fla. 1'ass. Ag6.

From lirinuwlck (direct), to New York 0. P.LOYELL, Asst.5 Howling Fla. Bu OreenXew York, JOHN L.:2W HOWARD West Bay, St., .Jacksonville Fla. For detailed information as to rates, schedules, sleeping car reservations.,. appl1"
1 Jacksonville, Fla. Superintendent lay agent of the 1011THJIU': : RAILWAY or it. connections.B. .
I'ASSKNOKU 8KHVICK.To Foot Hogan St., Jackson villa, Fla.
1 A' TIIKO. O. KOKU, '1'. 1\(., 8 Howling Green, New York
make connections- steaUI.r, leave Jacksonville \VU. P. CLYDK CO., General
iCtimlierliiud on Thurmiay* at Rout II:on)),p. It Arrive)., \la Ktmiaiullna I'ninitwlck\ mid 2:00."Qov.l inner Stafford"en II How1lnc Oreen.New.York. lH So.Agents DeUwaro Aye.. PMUdelphla. W. HUNT Florida Pass Agt., 313 "Weit Bay Street,* Jacksonville, JI"

I route Or. vlu all rail, le tying Jarkaoiu 0& :-&tl p. m. (V. C. J. M. GULP W. A, TURK S, H. HARD WI( 'J\I ITraffic
X I'.), via Everett and Southern It.,, Arrive Brunswick 8:15p.
FOR If anagtr. Oeo. Paa. Agt.. Aa '. Ben. Pas Alt.
SALE.
in. 1'iuiiMHigvr on arrival, go directly aboard itvauier. ... Home-Grown VMolBgt[ D. a Washington D. C. Allan ..

January 17. 1800.Joa..

New York, l'ler 21 E. R., :3:00p.I m.PROPOSED, (Standard 8AU.INP9tv. Time.) Lv. llrumwlck. # PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS

Friday, Jan.?O" . ..... .. .. .. .. RIO Olt.VNDK. .... ........ ... .. ....FridayJan,27 1
Friday, J' 2L.... .. ...." .... .. .. ,. ..COLOlUim ..... ..... ... ..F'ridayFeb. :a
Jrtday, Feb. a.... ...... ... ............ .lUll lItANDE.. "... .... .. ,.;.Friday, in Of the following Varieties :
Friday, 'S 10. .... ... .... .... ... .. .. COLOUAIH) ........... ..,..:..:.....Friday, IT Abbala : PHISTT11TG:
Friday, IT ... .. .. .... .... . Porto Rico Egyptian Queen Golden
11 Rio UllANUK........ ..... .... ....,...Frld.)', 24 Queen' Ripley Queen, Smooth

for general Information, steamers, trains,rate, ate.aiiply to any railroad agent or to Cayenne Pernambnco and Red 1
A. 1'. ilUUl'UVAgeuttWW.llyBt.J ok U. H. RAYMOND! Cleneral Southern Aent, Brunswick,Oa. Apply to Q. C. MATTHAMS Florida Executed at the
O. H. UALLURY,General Ageut, Pin a, k. lover, awl :385 Broadway, N.Y. t Pineapple Co.,
West Palm Beach, FU.
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I-: HOTELS-All-tlie-ycar-round. IIO'1'ELS-8t. Augustine. MKltKITT (Merrltt Island). ) e



ATLANTA -- HOTEL HIBISCUS, Palm Beach, Nevins' :Eti verview.I t. i

GA. A New Hotel, on the same side of 'Lake Worth and very near the Royal E
Polnclana, LEON II. CILLKV, Manager. MEIUUTT, FLORIDA. ON INDIAN RIVER. '

HOLLY INN Daytona On high pine land Health, comfort" And ((urL No better Hunting and ;I

Fishing In Florida s; '

Facing the beautiful Halifax River; finest bicycle roads In the State. Open horn January 15th, 18W). M.( B. MAHON. '

ERNEST I* CA8WELL, Manager/ __uu________ ____ ____ _____ __ ___ __ ___ ___ ___
Mr.,, THE BUCKINGHAM St. Augustine WEST: PALM IIKACII.: ,
wa s .
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Opposite Alcazar, Ponce de Leon and Casino, and among tho dato palms.
A,. aa. WM.( P. KENNEY, Manager. ,

Send for booklet. CEO. C. HOWE Proprietor. Seminole Hotel ) ;

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: ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.MRS. OPEN ALL THE YEAH.WEST I
The St.
George, C. I). TVI.KK!: Owner and Mg'r. PALM.nKACH: ( FLORIDA.

This hotel Is substantially built of brick, and has every cnnvrnlcnce. ,'1"110, to
the railway depot. Feeu'buss to and from train Moats\ attached to the( hotel t
Corner of the Plaza and St. George Street. In the very center of tho city. with foiling tackle on board for the use of guests. Hates' fiom $2!,00( per II.iy. and

ii) :' Strictly first-class In every respect. Rates: $2.30: per day and upward upwards; special rates by tho week or mouth. ,
GEORGE: XAPF It-tor.
1 : :Special weekly and season rates. I'ropi
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FLORIDA ST. AUGUSTINE, Fr\ WKST: ALM[ m'Ani: K'I.A.'A .
THE The Palms
Capacity 2r.O.: Rates reduced from $1. to $?> and Hrst-chiM hotel situated: on beautiful Lako
$:i per day. A large, well appointed, admirably located hotel, Riving: the comforts opposl" Royal Polnrlaiiii. Kleenleliirhts, I
and service without the cost of tho more expensive ones Elevator electric bolls baths, etc. $2:!, $:!J.f>0 and tl: per day. t>|n'd.il rates! by Meek. i;
Steam heat, Hot mid Cold Baths, etc. Correspondence or persun..linvestigation The I'allVC"It Palm Reach, Fin a
may.save you much. Open until may.
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Dit. T. A. WORRALL, Manager.; J. T. SKILES, Prop'r. ---- .
MIAMI.: .
TEL ARAGON ATLANTA, GA. .
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merlCdn and European plans.. We cordially The Palace Invite Hotel the patronage of tho South.of the best Algonquin Hotel i : '

froerclal, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located, only three blocks ,iy'P HOTEL>J MIAMI )MIAMI Klscnyno Ray, I'''''.

Union depot, at highest point In city and away from! all nolMe/'dirt and smoke ( ,, ,. .e King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. ,
I trains. Every modern Improvement known to science.
hotel In the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Rates Cuisine American unexcelledy x Refitted, newly furnished and under Pleasure grounds, extending flv. hundred feet to river; boating and fishing\ ; eeight
) to $4.50 per day; European plan, $1.00 to $3.00 per day. plan. new management Centrally located hundred feet veranda. I ;
GEO. AV. COLLIER, Jr., ,Manager. ; near all points of interest. Largo sample A. It. THOMPSON, Propr. JOHN S. BOWEN, Manager.
( room for use of traveling men. Overlooking "
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Plaza and Monuments. A full
4 view of the ocean and rolling breakers

Holland ATLANTA, OA. from the piazzas. baths, pus, electric Hotel .
ie "' Connolly MIAMI, FLORIDA.
bells and a perfect system of seweragt. ,
27-29! Auburn Avenue. r
J Rates; : 2.00 to $2.50; per day. Special rates by the week. 1
Open all year. c. F. COX, Proprietor. Best 2.00 per day house In tho city. Special rates by t thin week.
Iwo Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences. O. I'. I1UNTINUTON"I I


MRS; F. A. VOORUEES, Proprietress, THE ABBEY ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.Nearthe -.-. ...__-__- -- .--- -- ------__. -Proprietor.----.- f "'

Rates, $1.00 to $1.50 per day. Phone 1m!!). City Gates. St. George Street. MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, FLA. !

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LITIIIA SPRINGS Hot Sulphur Baths free to guests. Electric Bells. Rates, $2.00 per day. I i
GA.
Hotel MAGNOLIA( SPRINGS, FLA., 'I
Special rates by the week or season. Magnolia Springs
(St. Johns Rivei).
LOCKWOOD & TEAIIEN
e Sweetwater t t Park Hotel t I LITHIA SPRINGS, GA. Proprietors. Twenty-eight: miles south of Jacksonville by he( Jacksonville, 'Vu inpa" & Key ;
MOST BEAUTIFUL RESORT HOTEL West Railway and river steamers. Open lire In nil 'looms sieam heat I
AND OIIOUNDS IN THE STATE. ALA TICA. Elevator. Pure spring water. No mosquitoes. Well-kept golf COUl'IIo'j j
Situated twenty miles west of Atlanta, on main line of Southern Railway. A Tennis, Shooting, Fishing, Boating! I Dilves, Swimming i." .l. .;:1.011 and $...00 ,
commodious, modern, high-grade hotel; steam heat; electric lights. Cuisine per day. O. D, SKAVEY I Manager. e;.
unexcelled. The wonderful Bowden Lithia Spring and Its lieultli- Graham Hotel PALATKA, PLQKIDA. -
producing bath. Magnificent bath house In connection with hotel and --
under the same roof. Turkish, massage, vapor, electric and needle baths. A DnaitMr Spirit. Horn
|Write for Illustrated! Booklet. JAMES E. HICKEY, Proprietor, The only Brick Hotel In town. Electric lights and bells. Open the year' Fencing foils mind halls and hat*. pathic
Lithla :Springs; Ga. round. Service strictly first-class. Golf sticks, tennis racket" That.A '.

Dry atmosphere, beautiful drives, every facility for outdoor sport. Rates: $2.50 per day and up. :Special by the week or month, and to families. And rent" thl"rl"I "daisy"" "'" "rhiilnlemi"roller xknte.ninetyeight.A I

MKS. M. L. BARNHART, boy could fly on her-KIll whee
JACKSONVILLE. Proprietress. That I I.. most uny hoy but met Dyspepsia Powders. 3

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IE ST JAMES JACKSONVILLE, FLA. OIIMOND. Cures Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Eruotlonn -

Season 1898-1809.)! Open Dec. 18, 1803. Delchlngs. Piles, Itching of .

The St. James needs no introduction to visitors of Florida. From a small HOTEL COQUINA ORMOND-BY-TIIE-SEA: FLA. Skin, Liver Troubles, Pulplta- If a

Inning in 1800, the :St. James has Increased in.size and added to its appointts tloh of the Heart, etc. ,
with of the tourists' travel
increasing Florida.
popularity to
Open for the Winter Season. Fine Surf Bathing, Fishing and Wheeling.
The location is unsurpassed, being on the highest; ground in Jacksonville, powder
be the St. James Park. MRS. .M. VANCE, Proprietor. IIIM.'TJONB-A: before meals ;1
Baggage checked to all points. and nt bedtime.
Ills music, as in the past seasons, will be furnished by Prof. Ed Prouty's Or-
jtra, and will be of the high grade. This house, as in the past, is under the MELROSE HALL ORMOND, FLORIDA -
fagement of J. R. Campbell, and everything will be done for the comfort and : Twenty Powders, 2JS cents. '
Mule of its guests. Address by mail or telegraph,: ?
On the Halifax River, and one mile from the Sea; situated in a grove of -
J. R. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla. palms and live oaks. Interior furnished with baths and heated by hoi 1 Depot: (t
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water. First-class every respect.Facilities I
W- for driving, boating and fishing. Terms moderate. SAMUEL EDEN M D.
JACKSONVILLE: FLA. ,
,
otel Plaeide _Address: SCOBIE & LIPPINCOTT.TLTUSVILLK. I
New Management. BROOKLYN, N. Y. / 1
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Centrally Located. Most comfortable hotel In the city. All conveniencesUnexceptionable ,- :

L [1 for Commercial cuisine. 'Bus meets Rates all $2.50 trains.! Ample day. Sample Room accomimul.uions IN: =:I.A.N: EC-r.TEE :aO"J'EL": And "cropM" tlluJ'II"ldll"lI-my." what fun EXCURSIONS OVER THE J.,,
men. per To sit your horse quite straight nnd run '
Conducted under the able and efficient management ofGEORGE The game to cover-If the ""urn." I T. & K. W. RAILWAY. '
WILSON & CO.Travelers' TITUSVILLE, WuHn't BO often hunted lumel --
Hut mom boys ilon't mind that you see.
t A tale of one and ene-fourth ((11)! ) faro
INDIAN RIVER, Uecaiixp most boys urnn't Just like mo. IHoulle |
M. Jonas In BU Nicholas to lOHpoctivo places <*t mooting and

New -V j FLORIDA., uoldenreL return Is hereby authorized for tho following
e Ho to 1 : The
fi conventions
,. Management, t ? -' Marian, 4 ymirs old, l in n cunning little : ...
"*-- fP. j. C;. HAST
r Mount Vernon girl who attends the NATIONAL MII.rUIeC'ONVICl'iTrON,

FELIX GARCIA, Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '"( Manager; Methodist Sunday school suyi Trntb. Tampii, Fla., Feb. 8-11, 1800! .

-- Not long since the golden text of the, Sell Feb. 7, 8, nod, I IIi); final, limit I obl|
Electric Electric Bells Baths, Complete Service. week oliunood to be the versa from Mat ; '
,Lights, IS, 181)0) for return.
}) Open nil the Year.Only thew conininnoing "Let your light HO
DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA.
THE BEST $2.00 PER '
shine The verso Will rather long for IIAI'TIHT STATE CONVhNTIO.V. ,

Take car at tho Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. a t l -- Marian, though her mamma tried Pensacola, Fla., Fob 8-12, 180! !).

walk from a few Railway minutes stations throughout the week to instill into the Sell Feb 7 and H.; final limit. Feb. It,
child's juiud not only the words, but
'g and steamboat hind 18!)!), for return m

tel Roseland JACKSONVILLE, FLA. + +, 6auv Ihm foie U, T J'T I nlell. their meaning. the little mAid Hate of ono (I) aid clans faro to respective .,
On the bunks of the When Sunday came,
v.. : = ,,,; 'lam far-famed Indian (liver. trotted off Sunday/:: school with her places?nnd return Is hereby authorized
)n your way South stop at R.'seland. Three acres beautiful lawn, bowling older brothers and listen, and when the for the following Oceanians: ,

p. tennis court, croquet grounds and other amusements. Roseland must be teacher asked her for the "golden text" MAIIIlI. (JI1A AT (rruw' OliLEAKS, LA.,
to winter call and see us. The nOCI.I DGJ she promptly slid from her seat and
I be appreciated. If you come to Florida this MOIIILK AND IIIHMINOKAM, ALA.
convulsed the clall by repeating gravely,
of Jacksonville. Located St. John's River. Take car at station. 'fran- ) Sell Feb
on burniu. 7 to lJ:), Inclusive; final limit
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"Keep your gas
3 *' rates, $2.00;! per day; Special weekly rates. HOTEL INDIAN RIVER ROCKLEDGE, FLA. Feb JJS, 1800, for return.
A. M. VANHAAFTEN, Manager .
Mlts. 'U."noe Traveled In I.allln.II. G. D. ACKKKLY, 4
.. it ever occurred to yon to reckon
The largest, leading! and best located hotel at this beautiful resort General Passenger Agent.,'
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. how far your eyes travel increasing?
TEL OXFORD Opposite St. James Hotel. 75: Rooms at $3.00 per day; 75 Rooms at $3.50 per day; 75 Rooms at $1.00' ( per The distance. will not iturtle you, perhaps
,, day. Special Weekly Rates. for 100,000 letters In ordinary To sweeten the breath, brighten the
Convenldnt city ''commodlous rooms, comfortable and The only hotel at Rockledge with steam-heated hallo and sleeping rooms., type would measure hardly more thana eye, clear the complexion and insure
the
to all parts of Electric light plant, elevator and orchestra. The perfection of cuisine and the natural bloom of health Dr.' }I.A I.
homelike, and special efforts made to Rive all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant : tulle placed side by aide In, a life use
stay. Hates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jack service. Naphtha launches PLENTY OF ORANGES. time, however, the average reader Simmons Liver Medicine.
S. PROSKEY. wends his miles of
lion vllle. way through a,000
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, .Propr. print The average novel of 800 pages
A CHALLENGE
contains one mile of reading-that If, t
Hotel. the eye travels 1,70! yardi in readingthe -
ST. AUGUSTINI3. ROCKLEDGE-Plaza book through. Philadelphia Inquirer. To a word, Full, 1t.Iler l or Ilnjonet Con. [
... test (or *00 ..00.TAUIA .

. DO YOU EAT ORANGES ? Dn you want 'fo see them In all their glory-on A r Blrmn Sinn. FLA., Jan. 18, 18i)0.KtHtor "

HOTEL MAGNOLIA the trees In full grove form ? D<> you want to pick them ? Then go to Hock "Yes" said tho limn of moan dispo I ml la n .Rirer'Idioeafet i ,
ledge on the Indian River. Tho beautiful new Plaza Hotel U the hotel. Come
sition. "I got 0110 In ou Johnson all Dear tlr-1 herewith challenge/ Mr. '
and you will be pleased. Fishing: sailing, driving, duck hunting, and shootine "
alligators, all make up amusement for you while thete. The table, ser right. Sam. Peiklns of Tltusvllle, Indian River,
ST. AUGUSTINE. vice, and social evenings at the Plaza have become famous. For the bent our "how'" oakwl the other man. recently of tlio First Florida Regi nest, to
#118.000 '( this 8l floor. rtClillre reasonable. S/::. II. 'PECK, Manager.See "I sent his boy. train of cars HO big a combat with sword,foil, rapier, bayonet

Hydraulic I1evator', Hot and COIdalV11tnew and tBathasnon Heating Arrang'c-each ; rr )h. Chrlstlancy, representative, at Windsor Hotel, regarding:: rooms and that there in no room to rnn theui in ItlndlnuaIXJJlJI or for any any other sum of kind money of weapon not to exceed of defenses the
else l Private Baths added to several spites rates. any of tho rooms of tho Johnson tlut. take
added this season, making thl8jJopular sum of $'JO.CiO, the match to place
incuts are a few of the Improvements well equipped hotels In the Journal. In February or March.. .
and
l house one of thlll most comfortable This challenge U also open to all.
II'' Write for booklet.PAL31I2U. Hotel The HelRht ol Politeness comers In the United States.YOUIS .
New
&:; MfCDOWELL. Rockledge : Mrs. lUIIIWe-Wll1yon kindly change sincerely, *
your neat, sir BO that you will' be between J. A. 1Jvrne.(
' I me and them young ladies f

jAZA HOTEL.ST.. AUGUSTINE: FLA- ON INDIAN RIVER. Old .Gentleman-Certainly.. Don't 0
you wish to lied themt M. L/ dinner, Milton, Fla., writes;
ONLY It U centrally located, near Entertainment for guest include bowling alley, livery. rowboat for flshln, Mrs. Pasnoe-No, indeed! That would Have used 1 Dr, M, A. tIiumonM Liver\
This hotel I. now open for ROOMS and dally excurilon on launch to points'of Interest. Shell roads. Hates, $- ..,U I be rude. I am their chaperon. Medicine: years; wouhl be lost with
PostQfticP. Dank and Cathedral SHARES very out It. It not only oiirox ailments, but
week.V. and $3 per day. Correspondence solicited II. P. Weekly. .
New York
loom, Wets to tI.OO per days'$1.30 to $6.00 per. D. S.\NCUEZ, Manager. Proprietor, In my family Is a'prevcnlatlve\ of disease.'- .



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day.Our THE J., T. & K. W. R'Y. ,TO ROBBINSGRAHAM S : \7V. O- .eeOIt: :: :: -,,

stockmen are seen dally with alack BE SOLD. "
Il I 1 1I 1f (Successor to Lovett &: Carroll.)
of corn on back, driving/ bunch of -

razorbacks.Our In Jacksonville, Monday, at the ...La"", .)1'.01"9... GROCERIES', FRUITS and VEGETABLES, of All Flo'
butcher, Mr. McKlnnle, must be United States court two final orders
doing quite a business Ho says it takes were issued by Judge 'Locke, for the Crockery Glass and Tinware. Your patronage ]
himself and three sons to run his bust sale of the above railway. It seems that WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND SolicitedTITUSVILLE ,
ness. both orders were entered on the petitionof FLORIDA.

Our fishermen report an unusual the first-mortgage bondholders, who UNITED STATES COUNTS.
I -- scarcity of fish, owing: to the immense are represented by the Mercantile Trust '
f BENJ W JEROME. quantity of fresh, water In the river. Company, of New York, against/ the EZj.: ,. seAO cZ s O
,,. Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West railway
4 Cleveland Kilching/ /getting to be the Pennsylvania Company: for insurance ABSTRACTS of Title Furnishedfor Groceries Grain. Hay Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple & Fancy Groceries
State )representative I'J OiSYJ. quite an expert on a wheel now. It Is on lives annuities and others, as ,
V AN'I.JJO: WORKS CO., for not necessary for him to touch his han.dle.bars defendants A previous order was made Lands In Brevard and Dade And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, GrJ
the /Hale of OLOUK HAS ENGINES, at alii; ho-can lido as well with for the sale of the entire road consolidated Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclu i,I1
a Marine and /Stationary. ; out them. from the three branches or di Counties. the above line of goods. We invite your correspondence: and solicit your aVery

We are sorry to note that the mail visions which was granted on the petition truly, |E. L. BRADY; & BRO., Titusville ;
COUIAN ACETYLENE ,]
bond FIt
Selling Agent/ route between Sebastian: and Narrows l Is of the second-mortgage
OAS MACHINES.: Safest, Cluall-| holders represented by the Pennsylvania -
instead. List
to to
b@ changed; Woodley We have a large
. cst and )Best light;: for private dwellings Company as trustee, which sale was
and stores.t ordered, subject to the claims of the "
.of Lands owned by Lesley Q'.c J) :
BURIAL OF LINDSAY DOUGH- holders .of the first-mortgage bonds. otlo.wc./
and estimates
' For prices, catalogues The property, however, has never been

t address. BEtfJ. W. JEROME ERTY. sold on this order, and the present orderof ourselves and clients. (Successors to I LOSLEY RENAKER & CO.)
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the court will, therefore set aside all

i Rockledge, Fla. The funeral rof Lindsay Dougherty claims of subsequent lIen The order Price for unimprovedlands Foreign and Domestic Brands. of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and Whl "
also differs from the
entered Monday
whose body arrived in Titusville from
.' New York last Saturday, was Interredat former one, in that it directs the master, $3 to $100 Bottled Beers, Ales and Stoat
The Anheuser-Buscli Brewing Asso'ion.Famous the Titusville Cemetery with military Charles S. Adams, to sell the main line
honors the same afternoon, a firing of the road, running from Jacksonvilleto acre. A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Table!!]
Bottled per
St.LouIs Keg and JJeer.
party selected from the Indian River Sanford: and also what Is known as Family and hotel trade l is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to
Hold by Mem. Lesley A Motlow, TItusville, Fla. Guards, in command of Corporal S. the Atlantic Coast, St. Johns & Indian orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, i
)ly Mr. J. D. Cralih Cocoa, Kla. Perkins, having attended and fired three River road, in length about thirty-six WE have a few Residence, Orange Tltu8vllle"f
llr. W.J.Tucker, Fort Pierce, Fla.
By miles and not Including the Lake Eustl
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volleys over his grave. Soon after the Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable -
.JOSEPH ZAPF. arrival of the corpse at Titusville, it was branch._d __ .
.. .. carried to the Roman Catholic church, I Bidders for the main line are to deposit locations. Prices Reasonable.
where the burial service was read by the with the master certified checksfor -
Wholesale Beer and Liquors Rev. Father O'Boyle; while the Indian $50,000: before their bids will be con TITUSVILLE KITCHEN UTENSILS,
River Band played the Funeral March. sidered. Those who shall desire to make OFFICES : j .
West Bay Street, Quite a large number of our townspeople offers for the Titusville line will be required and MIAMI. Y r Cooking stoves, ranges and Blue Flao

followed the corltge to the cemetery. to deposit certified checks for r We have a variety that will suit all I..J
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Deceased was a brother of Mrs. Ella 10,000 before their offers will be con. < and tastes of the housekeeper and
Browher of and sldered. The payment required for the we
Titusville was quite a
main line will be at least $300,000 in selling them almost for a. song. Our ij
HENRY R. THOMAS bright and promising young engineer, 1VIILLINER'Y.nand :
? aged; 23 years. Ills body was brought cash and the remainder may be paid. in .' agateware. galvanized and painted._

LA VILLA PHARMACY south In charge of his brother, Walter the first mortgage; bonds of the line. V shows new shapes and Improvements,wll
,,,, The of $: is cash
Dougherty who was with him at the sum 0,000 required as a our new line of tinware and lij
time of his death. As reported in last payment on the shorter line, while the DRESSMAKING crockery :
Keeps all Kinds of week's ADVOCATE he was formerly em balance of the price offered may be madein .4 limited. Our fine Mascot cooking Btct-J

Pure and Toilet Articles. on the Indian River steamboats, the first mortgage bonds'of that line. .' and Willard steel range Is just what 1 y
Drags Fancy under
Engineer Thomas Browher, his Should the two lines be sold as an entirety lE3!. need for cooking.
Prices to suit Southern Home Mocking brother-in-law; but latterly) was engagedon a certified check for $50,000 will a .
; Bird Food fresh every day, 25c. lb., the converted cruiser St. Paul, from be required from the bidders and the !
5-lbs. f 1. which he was transferred to the United sum of $350,000: in cash will be requiredin

/ 801 Adams St., cor. Madison, States transport steamship Berlin. Deceased payment, and the balance may be paidin .
JACKSONVILLE FLA. had a great many friends all of the bonds of the two roads. r JAS. PEITCHAED & SON
whom regret his sad death. .. The master I Is.authorized to postpone h ,
The following/ letter from the chief me sales on tOO request. 01 me com 1
For Sale, engineer of the Berlin to deceased's sister plainant's solicitors or on the order of J T1.1iu.s'V":11.1e: F1a.
will, no doubt, be read with interestby the court. The sale is to be advertisedIn ,
those who knew him: papers in DeLand, Jacksonville New
'Ten thousand acres Turpentine Land, York and Philadelphia-and why not
'in St. John's county, near transportation. S. S. "BERLIN," NEW YORK, Titusville ? ESTABLISHED 1875.

Feb. 1, 1899. The place; of sale was made DeLand. '

near Sixteen: Titusville Thousand\ on acres Indian in River one ,body well, Mrs. Ella Browher, Titusville, Fla: r/ urxx..A.. ::SO-cr: s cZ CC

'timbered. Dear Madam-It: l is my painful duty Notice to Debtors and Creditors. )f .
COUIITLAND BOOKMAN, to Inform you of the death of your J FERTILIZElJ:
22, Hogan street, bi other, Lindsay Dougherty, 1st assistant claims ,GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND
the
persons having against: es
Jacksonville, Fla. engineer; of this ship, at 0 a. m., ALL of Catherine Stewart, late of Coquina, Mall Orders Solicited. Satisfaction ,
Jan. 27th. He was not in the best of In this county,are hereby required to pie Guaranteed. 6 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
health when he left the St. Paul and I sent saId claims to me within one year from the
JJ3T" Reading/ notice ads. on this page joined this ship In October last, but he publication of this notice,otherwise this notice Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds, handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Eil
are live cents per line per week.' seemed as usual when we sailed from Ions will be owing pleaded said estate a bar shall to such make claims.payment All ]>er-to Titusville, Fla. Corn, Oats, Flour Bran Wheat, Grits Steal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright t\

New York on
On arriving at Ponce, P. R., on Jan. 19, feblO-martl W:, O. FRINK, Star Brand Fertilizers-Guaranteed Analysis,Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer Pure Oral
Courtenay.Just I first noticed he was ill, and told him Administrator. Bone,Nitrate Soda, Muriate of Potash Sulphate Potash Kalnlt, etc. These fertilize ban
THE MOST COMPLETEElectrical superior in the market, and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue free.
he must rest for the balance of the trip, Coquina,Brevard Co., Florida.

a few mosquitoes at this writing. and be a passenger going: back. lIe be- Supply House ::
came slightly out of his head that day stnee
The steamer Courtney run aground and gradnally became worse. M. D., L. DODSON,

here Wednesday.S. We made him as comfortable as pos- DENTIST. ..THE JOHNSON LAW CO.. 1VI. IR.SC : -
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sible in the of the
Bancroft Symmes paid Cocoa a visit hospital ship. He
on Monday.F. was violent at times, but on the eveningof TITUSVILLK, FLOKIDA.: (Successor to B. Hirsch.)
Jan. 2Uth, while the ship was at San :ELECTRICIANS,
L. Wbitlock and L. P. Allen bagged tiago, he became quieter and was unconscious Office at residence. | Jacksonville Florida. WHOLESALE, ,
23 quail last Saturday. -
during the night. The
next
Prices -- --- -
to suit the times.
Our school is progressing: very nicely morning! at 6._o'clock he died, still unconscious I .
1 with Miss Lucia Hunt at the helm. He was attended during his FRUITS AND PRODUCE'' /
Illness by the ship's surgeon, Dr. Eraser, MRS. DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE .
Capt. R. A. Ilardeo, of Sebastian, was who did all in his power for him. \ ,
in town awhile Monday and Tuesday, His remains were embalmed and -- t.
inspecting his orange grove. placed in an air-tight casket, ready for TITUSYILLE, FLA. 4 :

Miss Beatrice Sanders, of Indianola, shipment. Walter has packed up all his Fish Oysters and GaIDI
and friend, Miss Annie Bellows, of Ilar- clothes and effects,and will accompany
:
deeville, were in town last !Saturday. the body home.Everybody'on. Board and Room One Dollar Per Day. ,
the ship join me in expressing I w }
their sympathy to yourself and 73 South Broad Street, ATLANTA, GA.
When in need of White and Rye Bread
Ormond Beach. brothers and sisters. A few of us have Pies, Cakes etc., go to Mrs. Deisner's, ,REFER TO: The Commercial Agencies, the Capital City Bank, Hlrschl
known him for several years, and he was City Bakery Yachts, boarding houses, Paper Co., Atlanta, Ga.; The National Bank, A Kaiser &' Bro., Brunswick, Ga.;
Mrs Wm. Smith and Miss Smith of very much liked and respected by all hotels and families supplied. j Guckenhlmer & Sons, Herman & Kayton, Eckman & Vetsburg, Savannah, Gl
Darin, Conn., will spend several weeksat who knew him. Walter has his bank A. Montgomery, Agent So. Express Co., Atlanta, Ga.
book
and the money he had due him
Hotel
Coquina. from the ship.Trusting .

Mrs. C. W. Hobbs; Miss Hobbs, C. W. you will let me know If I can |g] NEAR & TAYLOR lr I .
Hobbs, Jr., Uortce P. Hobbs, Miss Mid- be of any service to you in any way I
dleton Misses Helen and, Mary Landell I am, yours sincerely) 4 The "Ideal Hat Fastener.
and Miss Manderson of Philadelphia, JOHN E. WILSON, Artesian Well
"
Edison LaLande
are spending several days at Hotel Chief Engineer, cell, type "V, for
marine ...
Coquina, before going further south. U. S. Transport "Berlin," gas engine ignition.
Many old patrons of Hotel Coquina Army Building, New York. ll Ii''l lCONTR GTORS, Bicyclists will find it a Bo:

have arrived for the season. Rogers Choice 4c1.:.! Ean Gallle, Fla, -Please mention the ADVOCATE when The most useful and salable Invention out. No hat pins required for hats'
Hendley, Mr. and Mrs.\ A. II. Smith, of Store Property for Sale, writing advertisers. bonnets. .
Cincinnati; Mrs. John II. Ward and Great Inducements to sales i
agents.; Quick and large profits Send for part
Harden Ward, of Louisville, Ky., being With five acres good: land, two in ulars and circulrrs. Address, "I. II, F," No. 700 South Pryor St., a,
among them. pineapples! ; good building with tenement JSf Prompt attention given Atlanta, Ga.I .
over store; general merchandise stock, Jacksonville Builders' Supply
Company. I I
delivery wagon, row and sail boat;
White City.We steamboat landing with warehouse'well It
established and only store in good t
community; store and postoflice outfit "U.11cu..n.g :EJr:1: k.S1dovva11.E. .

reek,are which expecting will be our a new great depot Improve-this complete the;owner price,low; title perfect. Address .. $rio1t.Vitrilod : Chance of a Life Time !

ment to our new station. A. J. OLDS, P. M., : : end JTMroFlcustox : Br:1ok.:

Wavelaud, Brevard Co. Fla. Limo.GomontU: : .
Commission men are plentiful and all)) ,
,
one-quotations hears ,nowadays returns, rates Is market, eta reports Notice : *. ..A ,magnificent property will be sold at t|

G. E. Dutton, John Franzen and An. La,1ihs A.nd' Shinglos.Sowoz' : r

drew Christiansen each bought a Jersey Is hereby Klven that It is my Inten- Iii: o, oto., oto.
cow last Saturday William Carlson NOTICE apply. together with other citizens
Write or call and will be pleased with the price's. GENUINE
also purchased a mule. of Urevard County,to the next Legislature you BARGAIN.About
of Florida to Introduce and pass a bill enacting .
E. Gustafson has ordered another lot a law to provide, regulate and lrohUlt the run. 20 Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
ling at large of hogg, within t ter
of orange trees. lIe will soon have a ritory in llrevard County, Florida, an near aa e
fine grove. Keeping everlastingly at it practicable about within -tin, following terri I eight acres of Grove In as fine condition as any on Indian River a a
tory
brings success. IVuglnnlng eight miles north of Titnsvlne on ANDREW LOSLEY.... taming a comfortable six room Cottage, large Cistern, and the finest rack< : t
We were pleased to receive a visit the west shore of Indian River, thence run west House In Brevard County. '
one and one-half miles, thence
from members of the Lorlllard house. to run one and one-half miles southerly west of Indian BO as WATCHMAKER and JEWELER Situated about mid-way" between Rockledge and Cocoa Convenient to t-j
boat, who are here hunting and fishing. River, to a point one and cue-half miles went of ;
They report plenty of fish and game. the poetotlloe at Fort Pierce; thence southeast A Churches, Stores, etc, of both. .
to the north prong of the St.Loots River: thence For further
We are informed by our commission easterly along: laid river to Indian rer) thence Titusville i Florida. particulars, apply to
houses northerly long Indian Itlver to the point of be
that the 1 WALTER
beans
grown at White ginning. (CUAFF&E'B: DRUG 8TOR3.) GOODYEAR

City are of being selling free at from a premium rust, mildew, on account lOf eb,:31 mar R. A, H A RDKE. Having been connected with some of the biggest watch and clock factories in Dept. A., 3 to 7 W. 20th St.,.
> '
etc Geneva, Switzerland, I am prepared to attend to all kinds of repairing and clean New York, c

n ing: connected with watches clocks, jewelry, etc. If you want a good job done,

Sebastian. East Coast Meat Market send me your work.Spectacles E. A. WADDELL,


G, F. DUREN, Agent. 2IJEWELED,
We are glad to note that our truckers a= WATCHES CLOCKS Miami City and Dade County -

are receiving better returns for their a: ,
beans and other produce now than they ...- _. Real b
have been for the past week or two. cAc; N' .Jewelry Diamonds Estate Bureau
::>
Our Deputy Sheriff J, H, Harris Is ..... t I

stopping ruW Mr, in Hairis Roseland very much for a and while.hope We to =- r bA. = t,1:i j Souenirs, Wedding Rings and Presents. A Select List of BAY BISCAYNE PROPERTY City Lots, Fruit and YeOT

have him with us again soon. Tracts of all sizes for InYestments Phosphate and Orange Grove Lands
f)ock McKlnnle seems to be the FINE
only WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING I
sport In town now. lie is seen dally _. C'-t SILVERW E West CoasL_
a
driving around the boulevard In hit fine oTitusville For Correspondence
carriage. A SPECIALTY enclose stamps. Agent for l0

Bathing parties are the order of the 3Florida.. and Eyeglasses. Charges paid onelway. R. J. RILES ARMOUR Fertilizers& CO. Chicago, T1l. AIRMOTER WIND chic0"MILLS, r] a

225 W. Bay St., jACKSOjmtue Flt.II .
Avenue D
over Bank, MIAMI, FLORIDA.
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