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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 17, 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: UF00075918:00007
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17 1800. 'f PRICK, 5c.
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LOCAL NEWS BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc.-a nice as. 1 F, W. BEERS OF ST. AUGUSTINE
sortment at Screven's Drug Store Fla., has the largest line of Bicyclesand WE ARE SELLING A DOUBLE TEXture : : WE ARE SELLING LADIES': Oxford, AMONG THE HOTELS.
black and blue !Mackintosh water- In all
Titusville. grades; McKay, sewed or hand-
Id Topics of General Interest. Sundries in the State. Write him proof assured, at $1.00. New goods;all tUI ned, at ">0 to Theta less than any
for prices on new 'W model sizes foreign catalogue quote the same Walrus to atop. See list of hotel on

-Take note of the schedule of Indian THE EAGLE CLOTIHXO STORE, good, say nothing about the express our 7th and 8th page

Slety and General Gossip In connet'tlonIth River steamers on our 3rd page. -Mr. E. L. Brady has returned from Tltnsvlllo, Fla. e ha tit MI. Tire ADVOCATE in now on /file at all '
.
f Blscayne Bay Lake Worth, Indian, -General Miami. Tttie.: EAGLE (:I.oTi11Nu STORK the beat hotel in New York city.
Innana and Halifax: Rivers, Key Went I. Agent Chas Davies, of the -Mr. Frank E. Bond of the Bond Titusville Fla.ahipplnr .
R. A B. B. I. ,
nd all other Important Point along the Jacksonville N. Co., spent a day or son Judge D. L. Gauldenpnld, Rockledgo Lumber Co., was a passenger on yester-I' ---------- -- -_ The new bath room suite that Messm.
(ant Coast of Florida. Brief mention of the first of the week. and Cocoa a visit on Wednesday. day's southbound train. Anderson A Pilco have added to Hotel

ntcreitlnff Event from Various Part. -Mr. Tom Paine, of St. Lucie has -Land Commissioner J. E. Ingraham Calll*. rmond this nor s ; ,
the World t About People You Knowd been spending: a few days at Sunbeam, of> St. Augustine'!, panned through here, Jaw-firm Mr. J. C. Cooper, of the well-known -- soon a* completed, and the house count 1

People You Don't Know- Picked this week, as the guest of Judge \I. /b.: Wednesday night on a trip to Dade arrived of Cooper in Cooper} Jacksonville Mr. D. I.. Rauleriioii, who own large are running much ahead of this time last
p by Our Society Editor and a large Muff Jones. county.Mr.. town yesterday.Mr. ftttle range outside of Titusvlllo, ship-
Correspondents scattered along the J. B. Lucy connected with the pad carload of cattle to Fort Pierce oar.Mo
,
-Mrs. F. J. Reid of St. *r*. Palmer .t McDowell)) of
Augustine, T. S. Drake of New Rochelle ,
|"It Coast of Florida. down State Bank of Florida, 'Jacksonville, arrived yesterday; where ho also own a range. Foiel \
came Miigitolla St.
to Titusville on Saturday N. Y., arrived at Uoseliirxl, Tuesday Anguatlno/ are A'etUIjC -
last to spend a few days with her In town yesterday and gave the quite reputation for the bxcellentuhtlno ))
parents evening, to spend the season at his
THE ADVOCATE -Mr. and ADVOCATE oftlco a cull. lie will. return Co 1 and floe of their
Mrs. W. S. Norwood.Mr. place) Trilby cottage.Mrs. hone to-day. The Itonil ." .. appointments
$1.50 annum, in advance. otl. We arc told they are doing a remarkably -
per" sir months 10 James Harper went to Cocoa on L. C. Braanlng and her alater l -Father O'Boyle will\ hold divine fine business '
1.00 -
service
Tuesday, to relieve Agent Jones, of the Miss Wright. left here on the early This company I III still forging abend'''
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. }'. E. C. R'y., who has had a few days' morning train Wednesday, for Jaekaonille In the Casino of Hotel Ormond on Midi doing a fine business. Among their Mr. Chan. A. Merritt, of St. Augustine -
Sunday Of late he has
morning. boeri
vacation owing to the death of his father. en route to-been Cove Springs, to busily engaged recent purchases are 13,000; ) acres of land who Is getting such a good reputation -
superintending the erect and: 200 tons of steel rails for nerail for excellent lunches on the Kant:
OKE the famous Gladiola Cigar; sBeaters. spend a week or so wttb their mother. a -
-Capt. E. II. Rice who has ion of church New
been a at
with .
22-5t SmyrnaMr. oad' track. The Bond Lumber Co.. now Coast trains, spent Sunday at Miami. ..
i' last the army in Cuba, returned to Titusville -Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Callin, Mrs E. Fred W. Hatch, one-of, Oat< owns nearly 30,000( acres of land. Mr Merritt I II' superintendent of the F.
Reading notice ads. are ten cents Saturday, and has been around town locking and Mr. and Mrs. F. W. aumllt II111's[\ prominent residents, for whom we E. C. R'y. Buffet Service and he Is the

line on this page. shaking hands with his many friends. friends oft Mr. Jl J. Jacob of Wheeling, have been doing some printing, say.: "I right man In the right place.
Capulied.
--Sergeant. F. L. Jlbb of Daytona, West Virginia, arrived here, Monday received the printed matter on Tuesday, On page T will bo found the nd of
You will find some interesting news who was recently mustered out of the and left next day foe MlaruL Mr. Jacob land I find It quite satisfactory Unclose) Mm.. D. A. Andrea, proprietress and

I ou; Inside' ages. army, arrived in town on Tuesday afternoon accompanied them. check for lame.Mr ." On Suixluy afternoon last, while one owner of the Andreu house New Dan

Please write us whenever you fail to and took the place of Mr. Harper, -Tuesday was. Shrove Tuesday;' but J. G. bennett and' sister of of the fishbont was going out, a sudden street, Jacksonville. Those who want
track her and she .
dive the ADVOCATE. at the East Coast station for a few days. where were the pancakes whieb have New York, who have been spending the squall throwing the Into the capsized river., to top at a comfortable and roaaonablerloeu !
occupant
HEW! PIPER HEIDSEICK TOBACCO been associated with the day for *o past two weeks at. Ponce Park will d house should not forget the An-
Never fail to read our inside pages. They eventually\ succeeded In righting
lu will always find something to infest Smoke "Key West Cigars," or "Wheel- with many milk years. P.'-pancakes made solely leave'for'Rockledge to-morrow (Saturday their boat, and were none the worse fort then IKHI**. Car paint the door.

you. ing Stogies," found at Crabb's, Cocoa. with eggs-and and lemon flour and sprinkled ). Mr. Bennett writes us that he hole: Impromptu bath. Mr. Andrew S. I.ro. formerly of hotel
sugar Juice. has had some good fishing at Ponce Indian Hirer, Uocklodgo. but latterly of
k Mr. Walter R. Watson spent from -County Supt. Jno. II. Sam, of -Mr. and Mrs. J,. W. Erregget, of Park. the U$ml Lincoln) ]'ILtlbUr Pa., has
urday until Tuesday in Jacksonville. Courtenay, fame to town A 1).._ t'
Sunday
up ,
Brooklyn, "N. IT., were passengers onVedneaday' succeeded Mr E. C. Simm a* chief .
Father O'Boyle has become qulte.a with his son, DeVoe, and left for Monti- south3>oaaI train, en route Grand the Royal lnrlana. ulerk au
(' veler of late. He is always on the cello school to attend the meeting of state to Merritt, where they ha v.many friends The'Tltusvflle) Social Club had a very ird hotel, Omaha, Neb., Mr. Slmms, a*
ve. superintendents.The at Nevins' Kivervlew )hotel. ,Mr. aDdMrA. pleasant dance at the Opera hoiiiwv on. already" announced going to the Baltimore -
attention of the ADVOCATE [ Erregger; have been: spending sometime Great preparations are being made for Tuesday night. It was the last danoe the new hotui shortly to bo opened
-Rev. Dr. Ryan, of DeLand, stoppedr readers throughout Florida is drawn to at. Daytona.Mr. a grand ball to be given at the Royal to be given until Lent I II over, and those 10 Kaiwa ("ty.
here short while Poinciana on the night of Washlntton'lbirthoo1
a on Monday, en I .
|ite to Miami. "The Clyde" ad. on our 8th page. Everything 'Geo. II. Leonard, of Betted Wednesday next, February 22.It : who attended report a very enjoyabletime. The British ensign and American flag 1
is first-class at this place, whichIs was in town a day or so thla week. snm1Informed is expected that a largo number of Whist parties should now be IDrdec. :lilob have hung from the balcony of I

Attorney A. J. Lewis, of Fort Pierce, situated on Bay street, Jacksonvl1e.MeRlIl"8. us-he wagon pleasure trip to 'very prominent guests will bo present, o he ump quarter of the Toronto Cadet

i in town a few days the ,first of thek 8. P. Davidson W. R. liar- Palm Beach,. Miami and Cuba. Mr. among them Sir Gilbert Carter, governorof :lumps> '1'am)1&y Hotel, are missing to-
attending to law business. his and Edwin Howarth of, Tecumseh Leonard is head of the big firm of Geo. the Bahamas, and his daughter; Miss\ Off To Natn'au. Ight, u. the(! manly, attractive and In-

Mr. B. F. Ives, one of Philadelphia's Seb.,.were in town a short, while 'this, H. Leonard & Co., Boston who are well Carter; and the] ball will probably surpass emitting chap are now en route home,

bminent merchants, was a ''pleasant week, en route to" various. points southof known and extensive importers. any entertainment ever given at Palm On Tuesday morning, Mr. Henry Mlagler .. says the Tampa correspondent of 'the I

|ler at this office on Saturday after- Titusville.\ They are on a prospecting '-Any subscriber who wants to buy a leach. Mr. and Mr*. E. M. Anhloy,. 'Tbmos; -Valun and Citizen. Their last
on last. tour. round-trip ticket, treats and berth in Miss M. A. poineroy, Ml** Sarah Kenan ,dAY here wa full of Interesting and
Portuguese and Mr and Mrs. John B. 'Arnold;: left 1I..Mln l event, bared mutually by vlsi- I
luded over the Clyde Line would do .
Dr. Dibol and wife, 'of New York; -Mr. J. J. Jacob of tore and. alike. Before luncheon :
one our regular well to write the editor of the ADVOCATE Palm- Beach for Miami, en route to Na. guest
h. Wm. Jarvis, of Cocoa; and Mr.. F. winter visitors from Clinton, West Va., TitusvHle i'1a..t for We aJso -- eau, Ort a visit of a week or III}. Sir Gilbert the boy, and delegates accompanying
price.
Irby, of Atlanta, Ga., were in town arrived in Titusville last Friday night; have a round-trip, ticket over the Mallory Mr. Joseph Peter, familiarly knownas A. Carter, Governor the Bahama, them, serenaded President Plant before
dnesday. Mr. Jacobs' many friends are always Line betweea Brunswick and New "Portuguese Joe," who has been residing and Mia Carter, may return to. Palm I his i private entrance of the hotel. Their I'
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Tax Collector E. W. Hall left here, pleased to see him on Indian River. lie York,.for sale.GeneraJ on his place near Jensen, is 'deadi Usual, na the guest of Mr.'sFlagler.Ittokop ,song Included English and American
[esday for Faustina and the lower left for Miami on Tuesday, but will\ soon Deceased had been 111 for: some time 'pRtrlo.lo airs and number of Southern '
return here. ButterOeld, of New York, past> and was removed to the hospital atSt. songs Being wholly unable to speak to F
it of Indian River to look after his .
who has. been attending the Military Augustine, where he died on Wednesday Gray' ,Appointment. I the eadvt and thank them, Col B, W.
nge groves. -Mr. Walter Stokes, of Hobe Sound, lonventioaat Tampa was amoug the He was a native of Portugal, and Vreon, who ha* won the heart of everyone

The Misses Aline and Daisy Brady, who has has been with the engineeringcorps pleasant> callers at the ADVOCATE office.ettterday. hits been on Indian River many years. Bishop. W. C. Gray will con oora.te I o/ the visitor, made a very delight- I

[this place, who are attending Stetson at Macon, until they were recently lie was accompanied by his where he was much respected by a large 'AU Saints church, \Vaveland; onSun.: .ful little address In behalf of Mr. Plant.
Diversity, DeLand, are expected home mustered out, retl1l"ned.home, ,, this wife, and Informed us they were on a number of friends who regret his death. day, Feb. 19, at 10:30: a. m. Ho will also The cadets saluted and gave vent to
[day on a visit. week. Mr. Stokes met with a great rip, to.Pain/ )' Beach, Miami and Nassau. fill the following list of appointment I three rousing big cheer and an extra

I many experiences during his stay in the The general was much pleased with his lien:: 7:30: p. m., Wednonday,. Fob. 22: ;; large tiger. The line then moved to the
Itt Mrs. Geo. II. Ilolden, of Swamps- army. ,visit to the ADVOCATE office, and paidIt Sonnet. of the Italian)**. Fort Pierce, 7:10: ) p. m., Thursday,. Fob rotunda of ho '1'1mplIIIY and sang BOV-
Mass.. arrived in
town Tuesday, some very nice compliments.Mr. 23; Sebastian, 7:30: p. m., Friday, Feb. :oral Detection in honor of Manager A. EKflick.
Mr. W. II. McFarland after taking a '
uch husband
the her
to pleasure of The above is the title of a vory inter-! ;M\; Ean Gallic\ 7:30: p.'m., /Sunday: Feb. Tlio genial colonel wa entirely
ho has been several cruise of several weeks in his yacht Chas. W. Held well)) known p
expecting her for last a ating book sent us by Editor A,. IE.ioseley I: .2 a, Merritt, 11 a. m., Courtenay in the :taken by surprise but responded In his i .
returned Titusville Satur-
Awiza to resident of Brooklyn N. Y. who has
,1 |ys. day. ,He cruised south as far as been cruising on Indian, River,during the of the Nassau Guardian,. Nassau evening; Banyan, Monday, 7W! p. m. usual happy manner. He told the boys
N. P. The sonnets In 'he hoped would take back to Cana-
Miss Lucelia G. Beach, of Brant- the Florida Keys. Mrs. McFarland week two with Mr. Fred present poetIcal they
past or Aldridge
Ird form the more prominent feature of dl' the cold weather which
Conn. and Miss of Ches- o they brought
Chidsey, ,
him at Miami and returned to arrived in
the town
of _
joined same city, yester A New Deer 1 .
Bahamian history describes the chief amused them. Three cheers and
left greatly
jre, after a short stay at Ormond,
with her husband.Mr. .
,, from
Titusville having came Jupiter
day, up ,
characteristics of the Island and -
a tiger wore again given for A.
Rockledge on Saturday last. where he left Mr. Aldridge in his ? por- Manager
and Mrs. R R. McCormick and yacht, trays sketches of colonial life.\ 'This Interesting At the last meeting of Brevard County IE. Dick The Pullman, In which the
and himself
-Mr. Chas. Naething and Mr. Wm. fishing enjoying generally work Is published by Editor Commissioners held at Tltiuivlllo It vUltoia traveled' wn loaded with
*ouvealr -
Mr. W. F. J. McCormick are ,
their son, will\ \ leave here I
Held his
Iitchell ilr.. to-day
and family, of New York, will at their winter home at Cocoanut on Ioseley.. It may be seen at thl...office. was ordered that the months o/ o and mementoes of the trip to
again return home, after a pleasant visit
obably arrive in town to-morrow night, very
October November January Tampa.
December
where arrived this week. ,
Grove they
Coast.
East
I |d take a cruise on the houseboat Rosa They spent the summer in Canada and to the February, March, ApI'anll\) May Colonel %Y, S. I'rollkey, of Governor .
:uie then went to Philadelphia for a few -Mr. W. Graham, recently editor and Death of Valentine duller. are designated and fixed: upon a* the W. I). Bloxhnm' staff; and Commander I'

I-St. Valentine's Day (Tuesday) was months. Their friends are glad to see proprietor of the Sumpter County Times, months within which it shall\) be unlawful W. II. Sutherland, of the United Skate

llay of rejoicing for some, for they le- them; on the East Coast again. iumptervijle\ Fla., and( editor of a daily Valentino) Galler, of this place, died to chase, hunt, catch kill or otherwise Navy, who 'recently paid tholrresleots
lived pretty and useful souvenirs; while paper, has accepted a position on the last Saturday rooming, about o'clock, molest any deer within the limit to the AIIVOOATK, Informed ua that they
any were the recipients of the usual WE ARE STILL RUNNING our renown staff of this paper. Mr. Graham' Is no I from the effects of a dose of wood alco- of thl, Brevard, county were astonished at the correct manner
.iicature valentines. all-wool, black worsted, diagonal) wove new band at the business, having workedIn holt He was on a sailboat on Indian In which those' young Canadian boy
suit at $7.00; also a large lineof checks all)) its branches. He Is a well-known River at the time, and friends brought wont through their drill. The Tampa
JE HAVE A :LARGE STOCK OF THE and plaids. democrat in his county, and has been him to Titusville for medical attentionas Wanted. lay hotel wore u. very festive appearance .
("Mother's Friend" Boy's Waists in all THE EAGLE CI.OTHINO STORE, chairman of the Democratic Executive quickly as possible,, but it was too and Manager Dick and Col. B. W.
I the styles of collars, and pattern of Titusville, Fla. Committee for a long; time. Any cour- ate. Deoeafted was bOI'n.ln Germany) A hustler, to Hell ao article lording( Wreuu did 11.11111 their power to make it
percale, in laundried and unlaundried tesy extended to Mr. Graham will be appreciated rears ago, and had been residing In good; profit, a specialty for which there pleasant for the soldier boy !OH well as
I-new goods. Among: the passengers on SundaY'1northbound by the ADVOCATE. ntusvllle since 1881. HU remains were Is a steady and luctv
THE EAGLE CLOTHING STOKE, train was Mrs. A. S. Rowan, those who the ADVOCATE interred in La Grange cemetery, last ample requhcd. Good situation for
Titusville, Fla. wife of Lieut.-Colonel Rowan, who won -Among gave Saturday afternoon Archdeacon B. F. right party. Only those meaning business -
office pleasant call last COUNTY COURT.
promotion at the beginning of our war a Friday Drown reading/ the burial service He need apply. Addrcn,
with Spain by crossing Cuba to meet afternoon were Col. Wlntleld Scott Pros- leaves a son and daughter to mourn his "MAN VYACTLIiIIC1I," -
Steamer'For Sale. and hold an important conference with key, who Is one of the staff of Gov. W sad death 0-10 O. The County Court convened on Mon "
General Garcia. She was on her way to D. Bloxhara, and Lieut. W. H. Sutherland Cleveland Feb. 13th, Hon. I). L. Oaulden,

I The light draft stern-wheel steamer, and told an ADVOCATE of the United States navy, who judge, presiding; with County Solicitor
Augustine
|mavenil, built in 1801 by the Meriill- St. / that her destination was Kan- was In command of the cruiser Eagle Are ,you Going North, Are You Fonil ot Music ? M. Goldsmith In attendance. ,
reporter
evens Co., of Jacksonville. Mrs. Rowan left her husband in during the late war with Spain. They The following cases were disposed of:
nas. had been attending the National Military I have Prof. Canfleld' Muslo Chart State of Florida vs. Fred Hornsby; aggravated ; -
[She is 51 feet long and 15-ft. beam, Havana, but said he would soon leave for East or South, inspect our Trunks,
jnd draws about 14 inches; has twohpressure Rico. Convention at Tampa, and were on their Satchels telescopes, band bags etc. at for sale, which teaches you to play I ( assault. Not prosecuted. ,
Porto ,
condensing engines, Gx24.: way to Rockledge on a short visit. They that command attention. chord awl accompaniments In one hour' State of Florida v*. Ike Tucker; assault '
|er boiler and engines were put in first- were much pleased with Tltusvllle's prices GAUDNK& & WALKKU your Titusvllle time. It III I 80 simple that a child five and battery. Not prosecuted.
u lass condition by her builders last year. Mosquito Canopies, clean streets. pear old can learn it. I will be pleased State:! of Florida" vs. Fred Hornsby; "

1 To be seen at Peter Nelson's yard in to explain It to anyone that call)) carrying: concealed weapons.. Not prose I
-The Times-Union and Citizen of cuted. '
I'ltusville. Address ROBBINS, & GRAHAM, All sizes GARDNER & WALKKH Titusville., yesterday says: "Judge R. M. Call and Sloop for Sale. Mits. ANNIE Titusville TJ"rv8\ Fla., State of Florida v*. Fred Hornsby; aggravated j
his entire family are sick at his residence
1t f. Fla. assault. Not prosecuted j
Titusville, at Saint Nicholas, and no one Is Sloop Edna, length, :32-ft; beam, 11ft. State of Florida v*. John Taylor; petit .
Launch for !Sale.: allowed to see them except the nurses Head room In cabin. : For particular,, Wharf and fill et dlug Lumber. larceny. Not proeouted. 'to

For Sale New Furniture, Naphtha and physicians. His twelve-year-oh address, M. B. BuitNS, State of Florida v*. n. Koerger; larceny. .
daughter is critically)) ill the other Canaveral Fla. '
members
Not prosecuted.
and The Gifford mill\ is I In ,
feet long; Gas Power now operation,
Twenty-one being only slightly so. Their many \ 1 State of Florida VII. B. Keoger; treitpas. I '
and I furnish lumber
low
1 At second-hand prices, in any qnantles. Engine Go's engine.. In good condition. friends wish for them a speedy and full can rough at Pleadod guilty Sentence deferred.
and low
| Will sell at a bargain./ recovery" The many Titusville friendsof To Fishermen anti Sportsmen prices freight G, F. rate PADWHO.V. State of Florida v*. I'atrlok Dougherty; J
WM. R. CAMPBELL, Address II. S., Judge Call will be sorry to learn this, malicious mischief Dismissed. 'I
Eau Ullle Fla
Titusville
"Bellevue," lm ADVOCATE, and hope It will not be long ere they are E. V. Hall)), of Cocoa, baa a 30-foo State of.Florida vs. Ellis Cobb; huntIng It
Melbourne, Fla. well\] and around again. launch and rowboat on the Upper St. : and killing quail. Dismissed. ''
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1 For Sale Cheap. John river near Cocoa and Hockledge Tituavllle Laundry. ;: 1
Macon Every convenience for Milling parties. ..
Rooms.
Dining Sleep Warm. Bet of fishing; reasonable term Writeor Mr. Geo. Cock of Titusville, I I. now The "Advocate." I

When fail Party boat, partly) furnished. schooner call)) the owner at Cocoa. prepared to do laundry'work of every 1
[ do not upon
visiting Macon, Ga., 7 tons burden. Boat II at \fet description. All work guaranteed The INDIAN RIVKU ADVOCATE I Is on ; I
f here call at Isaac'i popular dining rooms, Jupiter.rigged, Address Blankets, Comfort and Spreads, at Leave your washing at O. F. Duren'a ale at the following newa-ttandi, at five

If the you can obtain all the delicacies N. R. FITZHUOH, reduced prices. GABDNKK WALKER, Eggs for Hatching. corner .toret opposite ADVOCATE office. .cent per copy :
season at very reasonable prices. West Jupiter Fla. Tituavllle. & Titusville\ <"reIl8. Chaffee
11 J. B. Soreven.

White Plymouth Rocks exclusively. For Charter. St. Augustine-Hotel Alcazar,
Ilockledge,' Indian River Fine Lunches. Wanted, a Local Agent a* white M mow yellow leg and beaks; Jacksonville-Windsor hotel.

-- bay eye{ the best winter-layer; the Schooner rigged houseboat CruUerHa .
lta& one of 'the most attractive amttocked need a good chop, steak or anything At every shipping point on the Indian beat for table use; the handsomest fowl fine room; new; draft Ill) Jnohes
> $ stores on the East Coast of If you else in the eating Hue, do not fall, River to represent a rat-cl.at Plttaburg Guaranteed true to name, strictly fresh, Term very reasonable. For particular) Empty Fish Barrels for Sale. '.

lorlda. You can find everything you St. to go to tbe commission bouse and to arrive In best order. address or apply on board to the owner, .
l eed there. Fitting out cruising partiesI Cathedral Place launch & Oyster Rooms, ,. Box 240, Address, II. FHIKULANDKII, 8. E. STEAKS, Address, WALTCB: Ai MooRE,

I eclalt1 close to the postofflce. ,. Miami, Fla Interlachen Fla. West Palm Beach. 8 George St., Charleston, 8::J. C. '\
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pointed"" J. b KVxpe, Cbim. M. N"IIIOII J FJIUK OF C1IAHOK.M Prepare for Spring. ?

Your friends may smile and W. T. Haje tri mark; vie*' and ln> t.f per j < Don't)eMI season bve'rtake you be- RCS.

out the name, and make ibelr report to Any aoult suffering from H r,.!ld settledon \ fore you hate attended tq tbe Important .
But that tired feeling1Means blood withHood's .
I board the Unit Monday' In'March. the.brewr' bronchitis throat or lung duty of purifying your Wholesale Dealers'In* ,
this this
on taking
who Mill call at Sarsaparilla. By
trouble. of anynature! :
E danger. It ,The tux colle4torpreseniedabupply Fred S.Cbsffre'sdrug store, Tltusvlll,' medicine now you may save slcknes GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE

i Indicates impoverishedAnd m ,,'aryll.' of error !and* .Insolvent* for Clr J..P. ClloJ"r'14 drug store, Cocoa, Ka.| ., that will\ mean time and money. well ,_ ..
the years 1805, 1800 and lh97/ 1A bleb nan will be |.rtnntfd' with a sample bottle of as suffering later on. Hood's) Sarsaparilla -
impure blood. examined and approved. Uoacbee'A (Jel man Syrup, fire of charge. will give you rich, red blood 131 and 133 East nay Street and 6 and Newnmn Street
Only one bottle given to one person, and good appetite, good digestion and a
This condition may The following older wax passed: mine to chlldieu without order from. sound, healthy body. It Is the greatest tTAOl -sonvillo: t'tloric1
I a It Is hereby ordered that the month patents.No and best spring medicine because It

Lead to serious illness. of October, November, December, January throat or lung leroed.t" ever hnd Is Ihe One True Blood Purifier. Us ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE cm
marvelous
record of cures
p such a sale HM ItucclnVo Ut'IIIan Syrup unequalled
should be March and May
It promptly February, Apill
In all\ parts of the civilized world. Twenty has won for It the confidence of tbe .

Overcome by taking are designated and fixed upon as the years ago million of 'bottles were whole people.A We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow

months within which It shall be unlaw- ,' given away, and your druugUm will tell guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. 11E pa

I food's Sarsaparilla: ful to chase, hunt, catch, kill or othei- \OU h. success was mmvelonn .It U sluggish liver' causes drowsiness, your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
/ :
the throat and
really only lung remedy
, Which purifies and wine molest any deer within the limit? uenorally endorsed by ph.I ins. One lethargy. and a feeling of apathy. Dr. MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, FIt
of thin, Brevaid, county. Ordered this, M. A Simmons Liver Medicine arouses
: .7:75 cent bottle will cure or piove Its value W- We only Sell to Dealers.
Enriches the blood, the 7th day of Febtuary,1a90. bold by denier. in civilized conulili'M., the liver and cheerful energy succeeds

Strengthens the nerves, On motion bills\ to the amount of -- '"1 sliigglttlinpfts.

Tones the stomach $1,100.80 were audited sad ordered paid. A wife certainly has no cause for complaint Oa.A.: S. :s L 17 5S CO.
t The board then adjourned, '10 meet lie whose first emotion, on the view of
If her husband doexn't love her _
DEALER8 IN -
Y Creates appetite, again the fret Monday In March, It00. an excellent production, Is to undervalueIt
any more-providing/ he doesn't love her
And builds up, any less. will\ never have one of his own to Pl.n.e: w tiles: : ILxla Ll.qU.ors:

three weeks' of Dr. show. Aiken.
A two or course 417 & 419 W.
Energizes and vitalizes M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine will\\ so Kay St.,

regulate the excretory functions that The man who Is always punctual never -- -JACKSONVILLE, ". HI
The whole system. will\ without aid what. That Throbbing headache
they operate any /gets to a place a minute ahead of time.

Be sure to get ever. .- ---- Even no, he usually has to wait for some Would quickly leave you, If you used d"4 During the Coming Year
Only Hood's. one else. Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands
-Itobbed the Grave. of sufferers have proved their matchless e 1800,

A startling Incident, of which Mr. J. merit for sick and nervous headaches. q I Will be enjoyed when Bear
Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the subject, Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver,Medicine by They make pure blood and strong nerves ; :
Is narrated by him as follows: "I was expelling from the body the excess of and build up your health. Easy to take. l re's passes tbe cheering bumper c
In a most dreadful condition. My skin bile and acids, improves the assimilative I Try them. Only 25 cents, money back d > good old Wines, Whiskies u

AT was almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue processes, purifies the blood, tones up If not cured. Sold by F. S. Chaffee, '. g Brandies, or warming Rum purfl
lad V. coated: pain continually in back and and strengthens. druggist. when made from our velvety !
r ,
D aides, no appetite-giadually growing y pi.-
weaker day by day. -Three'.phYllclan and high grade Lewis 18IJO WU:

had given me up. Fortunately a friend tr key.
D advised trying Electric Bitters, and to S "Fill the bumper fair

r 1 e my great joy and surprise, the first bottle "Hurry Up and Dig the Nicaragua / 1 O'er Every the drop brow we of sprinkle care

C r4w'1 made a decided Improvement. I continued 'c.11>,._, .. i II Smooths away a wrinkle.
a.
their use for three weeks, and am Canal,
now a well man. know they saved "
my .
-
Uncle Sam "I will
John Bull to ,
I life, and robbed the grave of another 4 says
that wants to
help you all I can. Any one
Victim. should
No one fall to try them.
build stores, houses, cottages or fences we ll $ l aa'Lpk .99
Only COc.:, guaranteed, at,,F.. S. Chaffee's
lumber -
I store. r will aid by selling them shingles,
i, drug 1 laths, clapboards, flooring, brick and lime n The word tip means different blip

'by. quoting them prices that",will enable in different places. In a barber chaliJ
INDIAN RIVER STEAMERS.In them to do It at a figure that no one can 1 .
restaurant it is "a gratuity" given id
make such a close estimate on' in this P
town. 1 extra good service. ,Another kind of J

Q Effect Tuesday, Feb. 14, 1809. BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO., p 4yk1 tip Is a "straight tip". ,That's a bit d
..
s 11 SOUTH JIOU]( ? St. Augustine, Fla. friendly advice, and that's''wbat we rj

the Leave and Tltnivllle.Wednenday dally.,except Sunday. ? 1:00p.m.. giving you when we tell you to try H i

for Arrive Bockledee, dally, except Sun beer., If you are in the business, tell
... .
day and Wednesday. ... .. 8:30p.m.
Leave Tltuivllle. dally, except Sunday if you are not, drink it. It is made fic
and Wednesday 4:00: p m. the materials and '
Arrive Jensen dally,. except Mondaand ESTABLISHED 18S(). s, purest we guam
.
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Thursday\ ... ... 10:00 a.m. n ,,it to be perfectly pure.
Tueeaand
Leave Tltuirllle Mondayt
PROCEEDINGS.: Friday 4:00 p.m. ,. 4
Arrive Falm Beach following day.... 2:30,p.m. ,Bond Lumber Co. .'1'1II.-" ,.'
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XOBTH BOU1( .
TITUSVILIJE:, FLA., Feb. 0, 18DS. Beach Honda Address

The Board of Brevard County Commls- Leave day Palm and following.).,.Wedne.......,9:00am. Manufacturers, -of and Dealers in ,G. MULLER. .' & CO,
Arrive Tltutville 12.30 II' .
aloners met on the above date pursuant Leave Jensen, dally except,Thursday p.m.. LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING Jacksonville, Fla.
and ... .....
I Saturday. x:00p.m.: ,, ,
to .adjournment, when the following Arrive tuHvllle,dally,except Sunday Agts for Acme BrewlngCAcme ]
members were present : W. H. Sharpc, I and Monday....... .12:30 p.m. Brewing Co., Macon, Ga.
Leave Rorkledge,dally,except Sundayand Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing/ ; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
chairman; J. Mendel, J. R. Walker; J. Wednesday ... .. ..9:00 a.m. > and Vegetable Ciates. We solicit correspondence.
: Arrive Tltunvllle' dally except '
Buu-
N.,Waller; .A. A. Stewart, clerk; J. I'. day and Wednesday....,. ..;....,1230p.m. Saw, Planing and Shingle;. Mills at Bonds Mills, on .1., T. &' K. W. R'y. Yards at
Brown, sheriff GAILLIKD, M'ur.. T. T. RKFUR, Act., DeLand and Tltusvllle. Magnolia Grocery.:
The following business was transacted, St.Augustine. Fla..DAVID,Palm Gen.Agt.lieach, ,Fla.CUAB. ; ...

to-wit : TUm vile,Fla. Wholesale and Retail l Dealer in c

The minutes of last meeting were read H. A. ..HODGES....

and confirmed.A GOLD 119! of no value when health .is. MANUFACTURER OF STAPLE. AND ,FANCY .GROCERIES
In' danger./ What's of more value ,__ ,
petition was received from 808 tax Prutt'if up,to-date'tablets will" br ak' upa and Yellow Pine .Lnrn lcr. > j' '
.Cypress ..
payers of the countY'' asking'that the cold In one day, and for ;constipation Butterlne, 14cts. per pound| f
;
bondsmen of A. T. Feaster be relieved and biliousness and all malarial troubles, ROUGII'' AND DRESSED. Orange- Box Beads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates. Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will pleaser)

from their bonds. It has no equal. By mall prepaid for 25c. Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or. oranges or building In 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
On motion was ordered that the, petition Pratt Medicine Co.. Station B, Chicago, any part of Florida, would do well to wiite\ for prices. The saw mills are locatedat
111. Send for sample.With Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W. lay Lumber delivered to any Telephone No. 255.Photo.
of citizens that the bondsmen
asking part of,the East Coast. Address: II.:' HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
of A. T. Feaster be relieved from
the exception of some of the
the obligations of their bonds, be taken
gold mines offered for sale by promoters Co
and considered at thq regular meet- BROS. Supply
up We the BOYDELL PAINTS.
Ing of the board in :March' for final cover.there Isn't much, left on earth to dis Carry .. : .


action.On motion the road reports of J, N. To sweeten the breath, brighten the Have sold out ,all our OLD STOCK and received a Fresh X>AGENTS :EASTMAN? KODAK t CO Jlrg\'

Waller, road commissioner of District eye, clear the complexion and Insl1l'ethe Supply ofLumber .

No.5, up to Dec 31st, tHUS, and J. K. natural bloom of health, use Dr. M. only house in Florida devoting Its tirpe to I G
Walker, load commissioner of District A Simmons Liver Medicine. >n

No. 2, up to Feb. 1st, 18UI\ ), were' examIned Hardware and Paints KODAKS.The SPECIALTY-Developing. and Printing.

and and the vouchers
approved, During courtship lovers overlook each ,
filed with the clerk of the court for other's faults, but' after marriage they Give us a Trial. No trouble ttl answer questions. r

future icference. spend most of their time In looking for Or anything in the line of Building Material 1 51 King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
Qn motion a permit was granted to F, them ,

K. Ilorton to carry a Winchester repeatIng or House Furnishing goods, Tinning or .

rllle, No.: 60,872 caliber 40-82.:! I Plumbing do not fail to write '
On motion the bond of M. S. tams for Carried DownStream IANIER & LANE MUSIC fl C LOIts

notary public, was examined and approved .
/ When a man EDWARD STXLX2TC iv
crossing: some ,
Oa motion T. C, Prescott was placed difficult place ,in I "THE BRICK STORE," Vi
on the lauper1st\ at $G per month. .Ibis working I

The treasurer made his monthly report career his;energies spurringall to CyOC O ., Xxxca.ln.xx: River, FLA. Malcolm Love Fischer Manier & L Lai[ ] 01'al

on the different funds of the coun- accomplish some ,

ty, Including the fine and forfeiture fund -1 critical passage in
his business jour. SAW ANI PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YAltl

for the month of January, which was vJ ney, suddenly ralrttka. Flak E. Hay St., Foot of Catherine. PIANOS._ _ __ Fain f
examined and approved. J. R. Walker ,' finds bis health

and J. N. Waller were appointed a committee ...,_ ?feels giving himself way and WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY n

to destroy the warrants turned -.saddle swept out by of the the, WATERLOO, KIMBALL ORGANS.."'

over by the treasurer as per schedule. swiftrunningcurrent I Manufacturers of _

The committee reported having per- :7 of dig.

formed their duties, and asked to be discharged '- 'aile-then time when is the the Cypress Lumber Shingles and ,Lath. # f Lowest .Prices ; Easy Term:] 1

which was accordingly done. marvelous rejuvenating properties of Dr. .
Tbe treasurer had a certificate attached Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will t' Write for Catalogues.MANIER. ;o

to his report, showing that the balances prove restoration.It an unfailing. means of rescue and A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles, A

called for by his report were on depositin it a very simple though eminently lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress & LANE MUSIC COMPANY,
scientific medicine. It is not a mere slim- mouldings of all patterns a specialty. Fla C.
the Indian River State bank. ulant like so many malt extracts. It,restores 24 Forsyth Street, Jacksonville,
On motion the license report of his healthy power by reviving the innermost When at home, write us for prices; when up our way come and see us. fEKII
sources of vitality in the nutritive
honor, the county judge, for licenses issued system. It enables the digestive and EASY

during the month of January, was blood.making organism to manufacture RIDING ...
examined and good blood abundantly _and rapidly so
approved.The that the immense waste of tissue and nerve All the time and speed when you
clerk of the circuit court presented fiber entailed by hard labor II offset by HOMESEEKERS want It Is a great feature of
a speedy upbuilding of, fresh and -
his
report for witness fees paid out at energy

the called session of the circuit court, strength A prominent and venerable, Illinois physician The Keating :Bicycle... .
amounting to *85, which wan examined D. W. VowlM, M. D, of Fowler A3.it Co. ; as.
writing to Dr. pierce says: "I send herewith Who are Seeking a Home In the South should send to the undersigned for ..\'
and approved.A thirty-one (ail)cents In for a a
stamps The People's Here are some Keating( points for your consideration:_.
Common Sean Medical Adviser in cloth bind.. copy of theFlorida
petition was received from Geo. M. ing With this pittance for so valuable a work !
Thea et al. for a public road running (truly a rift to the public:). I mutt express ay The Frame makes it ,
high appreciation of the vast amount of rood; STRONG. -
from the Episcopal church at Wavelaud that you have rendered the public. ,A correct
measure of your usefulness never has beef.. aDd East Coast Homeseeker. The Construction makes it
to the southeast
quarter of section 2$, never will be eititusted by the public; no. not .
township 37, range 41 east. The board even b. bees by the relieved multitude and of afflicted cured by humanity your medi-that DURABLE.The

appointed J. Sorrensen, J. C. Keck and' Sj'Sti Wherever J ao or ban been la the Bearings give
States, I find who have ItSPEED.
used and
persons
J. Holmes to mark view and layout are using Dr. Pierce a medicine with satisfac .
tion for all conditions for which We have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco
the same, and make their report to this they are rrcora- Growing, and for '
mended. Never has one spoken duparaglnirly 3 The Double Roller Chain
board on the first Monday In March. of their their action, and from h..lnl''eo so often Winter and Summer, Homes. Climate the healthiest- In ton United States .. MAKES IT Ill
good eflects. I am also enthused with conBdenc -
A petition was received from J. Wellset :* In their action la cases and conditions Apply to Up bill, down hill, on the tour road
for which or track
al. for a public road from Edgartown they are recommended. It Is not ,
at the end of the shell road, and running common recommend for proprietary regular physicians: medicines to endorse but in this and JAS. E. IMGRAHAM| Land CommlBsioner !It ,has No 'Equal. 9' ins
caM I have no e heatt.ncylaso i4
along the west bank of Indian River to duiut" FLORIDA EAST 1 '.\ l' ','. ', j
St. Lucia office. The quick constipation cure Doctor COAST R'Y,. KEATING aruBo
post Tbe'board WHEEL
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ap- Utrct's .. .. COMPANY
Pleiuant Pellets. Never gripe. \ ST. '.. ." .. .
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Daytona. BLIND GUIDES.Blindness FOR jf} 0 0
| r::;.; .
|BO* ,.. ROBBIXS. W ALTBR 8.OURA-M. Boils i

foBBINS A GRAHAM [Too late for last I""t'] Sent to UB by J.::
StrawbenIIJIIILrJ'.I'lpe. \*' one of thc'si r ones that can befall a human being But
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, The first hop of the Seaside Inn, molt there is a time when blindness stamps the FOUR FULL QUARTSOf i

ICE nouns:-From 10 to Ifc a. m.. Old pace on Saturday night blind as a criminal That time i*-when tS
Running Sores the blind man undertakes leadership. Imagine -
and 2 to 4 p. m.ITUSVJLLE The chicken pie supper, given at the the situation. the Celebrated ,Seven-Year-Old

Brevard Co., Florida. Opera house, benefit of the Congregational Weak and suffering women blind a* to (.

ox,108.. Itching Scratching church, was very successful.We their own needs, put their hands in confiinto Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey
,
fill practice in all the courts-rotate and fed i
are Retting, quite civilized and

ioclat land' titles.facilities for examining and perfect- co.mopoll'an-two Mormon elders and We ship in !I'LAI 1'\'I\nR: ito marks to indicate contl'nt" which will avoid all com-

[ several trumps have visited us lately. ment.l Wh"n you get It and test it. It I' I" not satisfactory, rnlllrn It at nun EX TENSE and s
Eczema s vnllr $3: al will ere dll'l'flhlly rlfllll"I'I. This Wh\okfl'\ I Is "olOtul! as any .S 00 It"\\ In tits mnrket."e .
The npnrvohftler. yacht, In charge of \ uechlsrst hand sod can ()UIChEIt.: DPI.IVERV than dtsvant ""110"". We have m
D. L. DODSON Ethan Valllaume, 1 left Monday, for the h..11 .I.lnlt t".l1u" In thlo 1.llv an.lat the' salute stand for over aw Y.:,\i\n. and nn our IIF:9PtNsInIL11Y t
I.I south with who Alt Ina'VTA'1'I0X tnr hOlle"' dealingwerarer youtoanynterehsntlucre, or to'SOLOMON'
u patty: are off for a the t'ttll.r of this paper k
DENTIST. week's cruise.
I
A LEVI, F

CSYILLK, - FLORIDA. Blood Poison Hev. II. O. Payne has returned from 1W81A:! MM: "'!I'lltcnlll',
conference. We are glad to know that
Office at residence. 1O.. Box No. M.: BIRMINGHAM ALA.
he Is to be stationed in Daytona nt least .. I
Prndul'lnlf
Prices to suit the times. : the: following.. ?cymrtonui 2"".n'I.* I..ErujR ouo more year. te.\Tinu -\>* pay yKxitr.M r mrtwta) all point reached tiy "SOtTIUUX: rXWlHW: : fmr.
Ions r.rIClI..rRRtn.I": : III..n I'ASY,' .
lines
of other
I'nttopolnuon Express '' I
or the klll V1 >ay only to noliiw where
,Bone.tur'"Pains". of the Joints, ItheuwaUsm J. B. Russell is getting, ready for a Southern Express Company transfers to Mid other Express| fompiiny" f
etc. cruise to ,the southward in his yacht
OAULDEN i.S I Ib
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Elinor. Ills daughter and In-law
son ,
Ulcers Scrofula Mr. and Mrs II. T. Harrison, Accom- '

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, pany him. dence the hand of some self styled' You can Save Money .
leader, with the result that both fall into the

fill lloriila practice, and In the all United the Courts States Courts.of the State Running Sore EyesAre All our boys who volunteered for ser ditch of failure, and she poor thing, ulng- '\

vice in the Spanish war, arc home, having gets; on a few more Races only to fall into -- - ------- _- .
\ 0. Box, 235.: TITUSVILLE, FLA. reached homo on Sunday., The the last ditch, the house appointed for -; .(. 1

Money to Loan.,, UIf cared by Halifax Hides and a large concourse of all living" .' .

BOTANIC BLOOD BALM (B. B. n. citizens were at the depot to welcome AN EXPERIENCED EXPERT NEEDED. """"- Uy SoaacaLiiag: : : to; i, I'H

GOLDSMITH The Great Blood Remedy. them. Let in drop all figures of speech and face ,

FA* Th hove named li8a pre The Royal Palm, Capt. Bennett, sailed( the people] facts suffering frankly from Here disease arc thousands of one formor of OE.6..S. ::IJ. Jeo os T, I'r
ell all duo III"
to for Baiacoa Cuba
on Wednesday last i is
eased germs floating aruuml the blood. These another. The cry of the Miffcrer for .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, pernii make their appearanre on the body at the :She canted as passengers Charles A. some one to lead him out of'this desert of .
point of (east reolHtanre. Lotions ami salves Cooper, who served .In Gomez's army, disease into the promised land of health. LOTUS, FLOr1.XDA: J.
m.iylielp tetra|>orarily, but to effort Here is Dr. K.V, Pierce of Buffalo, N.Y.
,
|usville, .; Florida. a euro the his wife and children, and W. 1'. Tal-
poison must bo got out of the b:ood, and that Is who has a record of more than a quarter ofa FOli
II. h. tinge. QUOTATIONS ONSeedsFertilizers
why H.-Hotantd'lIIl1"III.Ilm-cnrl'l.
million of cases and oK out of every hun
fl. ,
It. I Ii
literally drives the
--i wlson which
( blood dlscafct. .) out of the I''HIII(' |, Lone proliioos Among the changes of real estate last: dred led to perfect health. An experience
J. WEBB, and body leaving the flesh III as. a new week, we notice the sale of Waltaco'a of t 4mirt thelnvalids' consulting' physician t i ,1 t tf ti

horn babe's, and leaves no bad alter effects. It place on Beach: street, to S. E. Bullard to Hotel and Surgical & Crate M aterialeDealer ,
A M this kind ot a euro that counts.. It cures to and limo Hawk Institute, at Buffalo( N. Y., guarantees him : !f
ATTORNEY -LAW cured. property coiner Magnoliaand "
stay Palmetto streets to J. C. Bat to1'f to be familiar with every phase and form ...... ... ... ..,..." ,
tVill practice in the Courts of the Scrofulous: Poison of the lllood. of disease. -
7th
of Grand Haplds, Mich. But consumption! Is that cured too by t
cult. Taxes paid for non-residents Botanic Blood Balm ((11. H. B.) cures all Scro I
medicines the lu Fancy Groceries Goods
Dr. Pierce'1 ? Among hopeless Dry and Notions.
fulous and other
1 rents and accounts collected. polsouoiiH conditions of the Some complaint: having: been made to (so-called) cases were those who had
bloou In either 1
[ ,- tttsville f.- ter of how long sex gundiiif or at/ any, bow age previously of life no mat iui"- the effect that Mr. Buigoyne's channel, the night-sweats, the hectic flush the hack. 53T" It you need a Stove write for prices. I I ,

Florida. treatpd. how obstinate, how neglected, o'r how dug for the purpose; of enabling his lag cough the racked lungs and the emaciated ... i i
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acquired. yacht to reach the dock, was detrimental or wasted body, which are accepted ----- --- -- -- "I :

Sores, Roily Tumors. to navigation: Col. II. II. Benyaurd, symptoms of consumption. Their home
0. FRIES, C.. E. said had consumption.They Choice I
: Botanic Blood) Ilulm (R. B. B.) cures all Sores, United States engineer, came down to physicians they 'Vona...'" I'nrkvtliook Aunln. : .
their .
also Bald that days were miniered.
COUNTY SURVEYOR. external Ulcerations evidences, Eruptions of blood, noils taint., Tumors and other investigate." After looking into the situation > Yet these mine: people treated "Thli\! morning, raid a mnn who ii oe ty Wines, Liquors ,

ho dismissed the case. have lost the night-sweats lost life in with
If Your IJlood has Taint of years ago early \vus close contact e i and Cigars '
and I legally surveyed and sub-divided. a F. Fishback, one of our tailors, got the lung pains, lost the cough have regained orimltmlH, learned from what 1 saw l I
hifUTUitml I
Specific loi,oulug their normal weight and are 1lng'right \ Pure.
tired of pain and suffering from his deformed in the of In> a street car how easy It is for a man 1i I
along hearty enjoyment a
[Aping neatly done. Estimates for You should lose no time In having it out. Our
I back and took matters into Ids life. well ($0 become n thief AmouR the Sold at reduced<< : I
wonderful Botanic Blood Hahn (II. B. B) will do healthy, happy They eat sleep pariHou-
kinds of engineering works. DisIcd this; for you speedily thoroughly and finally. own hands. On Saturday: morning he well, and enjoy life. Pet haps they are not gore was n lady who had in her possestiou juices !

So long as. the virus remains it will keep burrowing was found dead, having hung himself.lie cured. Perhaps their days are numbered.But what looked like a well filled pook- ""I'flrl.1Toklly'VIII"' Iit
lines a specialty. : into tissue, nerve and muscle, even Into old resident the Halifax if the number is three score and ten t i
the bones and, you never know' when or how was an on and they live a life etbook and this she carried in pocket -' ,

[USVILLE, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. violently It will break forth. You may not think and had neither family nor iclativcH. Of her dress in such a inaniier'that ui from Italy. ;
Much of a sore on the face a pimply skin or nil FULL OF HEALTHY ,ENJOYMENT,
of Married: on Monday Feb. Gth, at ,the ebe engaged in coiivcrHiitlon'withher
ulcerating throat but either one them may be wit
the outcrop of far more dangerous Internal con home of the bride's parents Mr. andMrs..V life might as well end byconsumption asby neighbor its bright' trimmings protruding John B. Togni i! I"I'
ditions, other disease !Jr, Pierce'. Golden
'EORGE W. ALLEN any
; Vaillaume Miss Fanny M. Hammond
Should any one be nfllicted<< with any stage of Medical Discovery' has produced such results above the folds of her dress at. Mell'OflolltlLDinlooll/: 12.1 Kant Bay St., : ,
Blood, Poison, Scrofula, Scrofulous Mwelllnls, to Chailes M, Johnson, of Car- in thousands: of cases tracted more than one pair of I .tr
Iheunmtlxiii, old' Ulcers and I Sores. The left for eyes.
Tumors, hage, X. Y. happy pair JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.Wholesale .
ATTO EY-AT-LAW. Skin Diseases, Kidney Troubles, Eczema: Catarrh Mr. John G. Born,4030: Liberty Ave, rlttsbiiru, must lay wino were attracted, too, and .
.
attend the Mardi
Oilcans to Gras
New Pa., writes Some thirty moulds t laid to 1
Mercurial Poison : Afro niul Itelitll.....
Tatter Scaldhcad
{ I[ could only think that bad there been
West, -I Forlda. broken down constitutions or other disease and go thence to Havana. Rice was my wife I don't want to keep anything from
any tOIl..l must tell you I am in the Inst stage oflonsumnlion.1 the olunibititt of thieves oil the car ho ____ ___ 1
frill caused by impure blood B. Ii B.-Botanic Blood plentiful. about tlio depot when they I commencedtakingDrPierce'sGolden
In Uecember,
practice in the United States Balm-will cure you after every other known scat ted. 1896 Discovery. I could have easily swiped It. I am lore Tho Largost and Most Complete I. ,

State : reined.Cli.is failed. Can be taken with
Courts. perfect
9jun95\ ; safety. It leaves no harmful result nor badafter could then only speak in whispers have taken that had I been as quick of movement Establishment South. :
thirteen bottles, and on with truth I am I
effects. B. B. B.is the only quick and per. Thousand Tongues really benefited. People" say are surprised to hear IB 1 was formerly, I could hare made aaanl. '

> ALP!! E. SMITH, M. D. test manent it In Blood any case.I'urifter Druggists/earth.sell One B B.bottle 11. at will$t Could: not express the rapture of Annie me been speak.as good I can in eight halloo\ year and*. tnv itfy voice stomach has was not The lady was guilty of more than GEO. S, HACKER & SON
large bottle or Rend direct to us and we will careleibtiusr there not : ,
c per : E. of 1125; Howard St. never in better condition Formerly I could not ; was only
Springer; ,
ship to auytpolnt, all charges prepaid six large
eat without suffering very much immediately of the
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON bottle on receipt of $5. Remember B. B.loes PhiladelphiA: Pa., when she ,found that Her, hut now I can eat anything I ant alsoTently danger pocketbook falling out,
not contain mineral or vegetable poison Dr. King's{ New Discovery for: consumption relieved of that distressing suffocation but there was temptation afforded to

cialist in Genital, Urinary an Rectal Book }<'UEE.BLOQD had completely eared her of a hacking the Three shop when months another ago I was person talking, who to overheard a man lu the perpetration of crime. (Iit

Diseases. BALM CO. Atlanta.Ga. cough that for many years had made me was greatly surprised that I could sneak so "To tell the truth HO tempting did I
life a burden. All other remedies and loud, as, for three years I could not speak abovea the look to that I have .
; pocketbook me
"
Located at Hacide Hotel, doctors could give her no help, but she whisper.
"I had bronchitis for eighteen years and I was'trt'ated felt ulnrjet sure that she returned home
I
KSONVILLE says of this royal cure-"it soon removedthe by three physicians but all failed" Pte;
FLORIDA.R. .
BIIEVAKI) COUNTY TKEASt'UEK'S pain in my chest and ,I can now writes David Wartsenluft Ksq! ,. of Shoemakers- mir as her money. I do not neo how the

STATEMENT; : sleep soundly something I can scarcely ville Berks Co., Pa. They told me there was could!' have kept it if,she walked, half a
no cure for me. I suffered from indigestion, and
\ 0. II. PEETK, remember ;doing before. I feel like also from constipation'became; very weak I block in a Seventh street or Pennsylvania

1'ebruury Igf, 1899. sounding its praise throughout the universe hen used Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery avenue crowd. Now, suppose some V ,, j
'
YE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT. Balance cash on hand, Tan. let, 1808. ... $'23t 44 ." So will everyone who tiles Dr. cured.and When'Pleasant 1 commenced Pellets, taking and !was these entirely medicines young man, Hoeing how easily he coulddo s
Amount received m January,1898....... IMS 16Total for trouble of
King's New Discovery any I weighed one hundred and thirty pouuds the trick, was induced thereby to

508 Street the throat, chest or lungs. Price BOo now I weigh one hundred and seventy-two, and teal and it should be
Cherry .88S700 enjoy good health for one of my age I am {the 'pocketbook,
Less warran g paid in January 18118.) and $1. Trial bottles free at F. S. seventy-five." shown that this'wal his first stop in

Macon, Ga. and delivered to County Commission Chaffce's drug store; every bottle guar- "As you know five years ago the doctors had MANUFACTURERS!: OF
criminal walks I would feel '
COT M certainly
ers and School anteed. given; me up to die with coniumption," writes If'
-- itr. E. G. McKlnney of Duepwater, Fayette Co., hat the owner was particepscrliuiuli-
M. McL. DANCY, D. D. L. Balance cash on hand Feb 1st,JROT.! .$25100 W. Va. "I took treatment from Doctor R. V. Doors Sash Blinds,
A Frightful Blunder Pierce and am entirely well now. r have taken bat she might as well have gone out 1!

AHOVR UAI.ANCK IS HELD AS FOLLOWS: Will often cause a horrible burn,'scald, steadily',"as directed, is' Golden Medical1 Dis with a placard inscribed, 'My pocket- Moulding & Building Material :

raduate of Philadelphia College of Deposited<< in Urevard County less State Certlft-Hank, cut or bruise. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, covery. FREE! FREE! FREE! book is sticking oat of the pocket of my

rgeon, class 1872. Perfect'operations as cave:per No.Cashier's 330 not In Certincite., $2H 74 the best in the world'will kill the pain To any reader of this paper, Dr. Pierce's dross ; yon can have it. "Washing Offlco A; Warciooms King, opposite '

mlsed. Hazeltine Block, corner Bay Cash in safe.and town to County Com-.... 632 and promptly heal it. Cures old sores, great Health Guide Book, the "People'sCommon ton Star Cannon titroot.Charleston: .

1 Laura St., JACKSONVILLE FLA.rirginiaHomes. fever sores, ulcers, boils, felons, corns, Sense Medical Adviser," a book
Total. .$'.#006 all skin eruptions. Best pile cure on of 1,000 pages with 700 illustrations covering Chin'* 8np rfliion Girl*. S. C.

earth. Only 25cts.: a box. Cure gueran every theme that relates to heath{ and Consul S. L. Gracey of Fucbau, ,

BALANCES: BELONGING TO EACH FUND AS FOL. teed. Sold by F. S. Cbaffce, druggist. disease It is written on a common sense China, went last summer on aii official Sash Cord and
plan in common sense language for common Weights
LOWS! sense people. The "Common Sense visit in tbe interior.! While at; Knoheng! ,

County Revenue-General Fund..5 80 01 When men grow virtuous in their old Medical Adviser" bound in paper and in he looked into ,some of the missionary Hardware. '
95 37lluilding
"" toad and Fund.Bridge..Fund. .... .,. 33 T3 they are merely making a sacrifice to cloth.: Each book contains the same num.her operations, and in a letter to an American
age and the matter and illusrations.
of same -
... .... 70 pages
\ Forfeiture Fund wrote
and publication
Fine
'. Feeding Prisoners Fund ........ 811 00 God of the pevll's leavingsSwift.yASYGOlNQ. The cloth is stronger, handsomerbut Window and Fancy, Glass .
Sinking Fund I I Not 20 also heavier, so that it costs more for We attended several Sunday services
.
ou learn all about Virginia Lands, >. Special Fund } Active Funds,... 1W: ostage. Send 31 one-cent stamps for the of large congregations and very Interesting A SPECIALTY. 1 1I

Its resources, products, mode of cultivation t' School Fund..... 3 08 cloth edition or 11 stamps for the lighter exercises At .Miss. Hartford's r

prIces,' etc., by reading the Total.... ........,........ .. .... ....., ..$280 00 weight World's, paper.Dispensary covered Medical book Association Address, woman's school I spoke to about 70 of BO YEARS'

Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts.or 66:' Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. her women, whoarepreparing for Bible EXPERIENCE

[ 3 months subscription to the his I shall each publish month.a monthly statement similar to . .- work All were married, although many

farmer Co. Va. JOHN HENRY.County'Crea8urer., of tbem were between tbeu-ages, of II m mltj
Emporia, .
iL Divorce In Alaska. and 17, and very many Of these bad

PEOPLEThose A novel scene here a few days since heir babies with them. At the English A, s

Dn"lnf''Uf'n,1.They was divorce case between a white man mission I law a very interesting sight.

jJ Her Those who and his Indian squaw, who had lived We were taken into a large room, and
disregard
eay that woman has no business indications disease with him for several years. Once in a while standing there DO little girls came TRADE MARKS

instinct, and yet- Ely uf be bad habit of getting drnnk DlelarisCOwalauva
::=;;;I to saiuthe The of while a iD at different doors, and all came toddling i AC.

\ D ,dt18Sa. "Let us reverse the usual order, L catarrh progress ia on "hootch, "a drink distilled by the up to us and chinehinued and Anrnn nnrtlng iketrh and daurlntlnn nmynnlaklr
beautiful girl to her elderly suitor. frequently Indians, and beating his wife unmercifully wimrUlii our oplnluii fmu whether inInrantlnn
J Chronic tried to say 'JJlngung, which is a U probably puteiituhlo. Cuiiiinnnlott.tldrmtrlctlTOoriOdeiillnl. .
gradual.
i J I "With pleasure he replied. "Any when in that condition. At noon ) Handbook on 1'itunlt
irI.d satisfies ma But catarrh secures Christian salutation, mean ing'Peace be ..iit (r_ lJltl".& ..ourln imtantii.I'ktAiitf .
orTON'" thing that pleases you /gyp i the day after his last spree a written with yon'.' Many of them were under 3 talle" through Slunnam (;u. "e.ln l ltptrlui
? poaxesbionwith- nvllce, without chart, lu tbScientific .
what would you reverse out the knowl notice was posted on the door of the years old and none of them over 6. Every

"The order of ceremonies pertainingto r'+ \4: 'edge'of its vic tore (there being' only one in camp) one of them had been picked out of JItncricatu
OFT SEINE TWINES. she answered. ,
married life, that "miners' meeting" would be .
./ tim. a be river or vats or tubs of water, in A handsomely illustrated .",,111,. I.nriiMt rlreuUtlon -
'! I fail tocntch your meaning that Mr. F. of lolvntllla' +' "" '2ros3: a
fear called at 8 m. on day by any
p. ,
TWINE, whi h being drowned by
A they were ,
PERFECT STURGEON i It has become ..rt four months, |L Bold by nil neesdeatars.IUNt .

CABLE CORDS AND MACRAME. he"Let said.us begin with t the diamond wed- j so common to to When plead for the a miner divorce.assembled! in front their fathers and mothers as so many [fm Co 8Ol8rosdwsf, New 1.9k
kittens might be drownedIn
superfluous .. JIS ,
"and work back- 'say, "Every.balyhasalittle ) St,Waehinatuu
.. OI M.*. ding she explained, of the store* a chairman and secretary
f. EMORY JOHNSON, o* a "L. reach tbe United States. It made as very

MOODUS CONN. ward from that. We would then 75rears. 1" catarrh"that of tho meeting were elected, and the sad as well as very glad-glad. that so
services in just \ many
the regular church plaintiff charged the defendant with many precious little waifs bad been rescued COTTON AND
."Chicago Post easy going people and asked for a divorce. The'de-
,. ... cruelty but very sad when we thought of 11
.
_--rr-. -, .-. -," ra "'payallghtnttentionto '
.r:.;. ..,,.. . J. murrer of the defendant was that she
,
........ ..:._' !> ,' it. Yet class the thousands who are every year dls-
.. ..,.... ,. In a Future Conare.lI.Soone no
""" ro, I" the best treated and beat dressed
"" was
."-- ."" ';;.jJ.. '-: ....," ."i I,,,, .\' 1:: ". Members from Pennsylvania, of disease is so diffl- posed of by cruel parents, imply be- LINEN NETTING.
: squaw in the camp, ,but a vote of the there js for another girl' ,. .
> .,'. A big yield of both Vermont, Alaska, Porto Rico, the La- \ .; |,cult to shake off. miners was called for within ten min muse in tbe no room circle." I

at( ,. profit and satisfaction drones, Luzon, the Isle of Pines, Texas, (i \* Many people well utes from the opening of court, and a baby family

,\ will result if Nebraska, Kentucky and other advanced In find themselves in
.i'' you plant Arizona, years divorce was granted, and a committee
portions of the Greater United States on the toils of catarrh. ,Mr. and Mrs. was appointed to divide their household -
.
trying to obtain Collum of Giddings Tex.,found help in A- Official Vi....
excitedly ,
ifBaYS Seeds the floor, good; .-Rampart City Letter in Troy
recognition. Pc-ru-na. Mr. Collum'.lltter follows: PlPRa. "What do you think of the peaceterms

;\; The Speaker (bringing down his gavel I PIrunatledk'l1 Co., Columbus,0. asked Uios. FISHING TACKLE,

: .:l. They ar. always the bent.LS.I speaker recognizes Whit BqaadroB or BIsvckf "Well," replied Sagasta, and It was
,/ Do much force-The) "I think Pe-ru-na i
not accept a. with DKAB Sina:- your quality Linen Gill Netting
." 1 tut-buy none but Ferry'.. member from Qnam.-Pitts- Apropos of the report that the vesselsof plain to be seen that be was laboring made N
bid by all detlen. Wrlu far the b the best medicine I ever tried for ca- from Knox'Scotcb/ thread,
the be black here- under emotion tor commi.-
to painted
the MBccd Annual-Ire*. burg ChronicleTelegraph.Am tarrh.' I have tried all the catarrh navy are strong our
D.M.FERRYi1CO"DetnRMith.RHEUMATISM after because black paint ia cheaper loners, I think they ought to get about Samples and estimates cheerfully furn
could hear of and
II* Understood It. medicines that I until I tried none ban white the Boston. Transcript say: ton years each. "-I'bifadelphlaNorth ished. Corks, Leads Lines, etc
of them did good
article In jrester- any yours. "The ought to be able to A ericau.
read that : government J. b. JOHNSON & CO.,
I: and my wife have both used the }!e-
"Didpaper headed 'A.Roman LIctorT' pay a little more or a great deal more
Manufacturers
ru-na and Man-a-lln; and we are about Unkind. '

asked Brown" of his Jones friend, whose Jones histor- well. I am 70 years old and my wife for are paint more comfortable if iron tbipa for with the white crews than coat "And so you have survived the war, 121 South St., BALTIMORE, MD.
replied
causes more aches and "No, "I never 11 68. When we commenced to take black. Under and now you have married on the
Ins than any other disease. It Is due to foal Information it limited. your medicines we were not able to see bipa painted a tropical strength of your prowess?" Palmetto Drug Store, Daytona. ,
I though too an iron ship fa hot enough under .
Id suppose
In,the blood U cured by nood'aflaparIlla read such nonsense. -
and the after our work but now she can Vend "Yell, that Js so, .
condition doe
licking or There Dot.m tow
which neutralizes this acid. the woman deserved a work and I after farm. any medicines chemicals fine toilet
see Drugs
It 1 U> her. to her my for making it hotter "I've often heard of the horrors of ,
given necessity
have any
Roma wouldn't You can use this publicly if you want 1 know 'what they mean."- soaps brushes combs, perfumery and
: war; DOW
HOOD'S Mailed T" Chicago the of black which abozba
pitta/ cure biliousness. Did she have him wrested Collnm TeL by tae paint, fancy toilet articles In great variety
to. -A. P. Gldding, Pick U. UP.
r 250 Lowell while white refracts heat ,
by (.. 1. Hood ab'Ce.. News rajra. M. HUSTON, propr.
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 11, 1899.vf .
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--t INDIAN RIVER-ADVOCATE h- lemon us corrosive is as deadly sublimate to cholera or sulphur germs LENT.the 1 THE COLDEST THINGS. OF ALL Indian River Real Estate Ag giiTh1TITUSVILLE CJ


fumes, or formaldehyde, or any Wednesday. WAS commencementof -
ARIg/ILTJODBNAL DEVOTED TO TUB DBVELOrMBNT other disinfectant. It Is so powerful Lent, which calls for fasllng and penitence Prof. Ie"ar', Experiments With Liquid
or TUB INDIAN BIVBB, LA KB for the next forty days. In the FLA.YOU
Air. .
-It Freezes
of
germicide that if the juice Hydrogen ,
WORTH AND BIMAYKB BAYSEOT1OK8.PUBLI8IIRD a earlier ages the practical observation of
t one lemon be squeezed Into a glass the Lenten .season was an entire abstinence !. It Is now eight months since that final

EVEnT FBIDAV.CHABLKS of water, that is then left standing from food each day until evening, triumph of the laboratory, the liquefy
have to sell and want it
would do well If property advertised
which were regarded you In
Sundays
excepting
ten or fifteen minutes, the water / accomplished, and i>a
nod were not Included Ing of hydrogen, was to and in the hands of live men, to write
as feast days, paper, free of cost you, put at
II. WALTOX, Editor & Proprietor. be disinfected it makes little once
will ; .Union and Prof. Dewar at the Royal Institution, *q
the Times ,
the
In
has season, says this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public.
difference where the water attendance on public described that most
Citizen. Dally
London recently
,
r Discontinuance of MTM. rnnut be made per. been obtained, or whether it has worship with frequent communion, and volatile of gases when reduced to the jgp- Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency Why agyours.

tonally this office or by writing. been boiled or filtered. This is a particularly on Saturdays and Sundays coldest substance ever known, says the ,

fact worth knowing, for any of us were regarded as proper and essential of the, PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to 110.no.
by the more strict adherents New York Sun.
VEGETABLE LAND $2.00 to $20.00
Li Address all communication to may find himself under circumstances church. Public amusements, especially When pure It Is a colorless, transparent Beautiful ORANGE tract and, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one per acre.mile north
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, in which it is impossible! to stage plays, were prohibited; the celebration liquid, with considerable refractive GallIe; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price, $1,000 of Eit

TiTtmviLLE, FLORIDA. get either boiled or filtered water.In of religious festivals, as of birthdays power. It had a well-defined meniscus, ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, BO miles south of Titusville. Will pay *l,non ,v
and marriages, was held to be unsuitable but of being a metal, as *
such a case the juice of a lemon In no appearance year and S2/XK) next. Price, $7,000.
and increased diligence Faraday thought it might pove to be. HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titusville, from $5 to $25 per acre.
CHARLES
Ohecketc.,may be made payable to will purify the water perfectly. of
deeds was
and charity Its
alm Ivlng conductor of electricity.
It is not a
and proprietor One hundred and sixty acres lake front, 2} miles west of Titusville good /
H. WALTON,publisher .
"y enjoined.The density Is very deceptive. At first he ;
observance of these requirements thought it might be about half that of
tt WE often hear mention of the seems to have varied with the march of water; but by measuring a given volume
of Agriculture ::::::
17.8. Department difficulty in dealing with the unemployed the centuries quite as much as the duration and ascertaining how much gas; it produced I0.00.Grain

,;, Weather Uurcnu-Jupiter, FJa. in our big northern of the Lenton period which has be found its density to be only :: :: :
cities but it seems to us that one also varied in length; from five days to one-fourth of that of water or six times
; six weeks. Fur many decades prior to less than that of the lightest liquid hitherto
The following is a comparative statement of the most, sensible attempts to the close of the eighth thirty-
; century known. One litie weighed; only
week of ending temperature Tuesday and, Feb.rainfall 14, 1800.for the deal with this question is being six days had been observed as the Len. seventy /grammes. It instantly froze and Hay Feed Flour Grits Meal aid
ton period, but at that time, in order to and hence ,
_-1800- -1808- made at Ilillericay, in Essex, England solidified air and oxygen/ en- ,
make up the sacred number of forty of those two solids to

DATE.8, MAX.01 MIN.34 40 MAX.73 72, MIN.GS r.r.! established. where by a large Mr.; A.farm F. has Hill been, of days fisting. which, it was were considered devoted by necessary Christ to to be abled ascertained.A little the density ball .cooled in it and exposed to Cotton Seed Meal. New Garden 'Seed arriving Fm

58
10 9 CO{ 43 7.1: 01)! I the Thames Iron Works, solely for take In the four days ash fast days, preceding the air was first covered with a coating/
11 76 62 74 08 the purpose of giving work to the Quadtagesinia Sunday Since of solid air and then began to drip liquidair. all the time.
l 12 77 61 71 02 genuinely distressed. The work is that age; the duration of Lent seems to A piece of cotton wool soaked in it

13 41 37 76 W) spade digging, so that no idle loaf have been unchanged for any' long continued appeared to be magnetic; but the liquid Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to man a
14 CO 28 74 61 period. itself, Prof. Dewar is' satisfied, is not beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotation
er is likely to apply for employ. The day was not specially observed In magnetic. The phenomenon must therefore Lowest cash prices. ,
Total rainfall for the week: 1.10 inches ment, and the payment is made by Titusville, and we believe services were be due to the cotton wool being;
Departure from normal rainfall for the results. The men come down from held In one church only-St. Gabriel's immediately filled with solid oxygen, Office: 124 W. Bay street ) JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
week: minus 0.00 Inches. Departure Episcopal church, where Archdeacon B.
from normal rainfall since January 1, London on, Monday morning and F. Brown officiated. which Prof.is Dewar highly; explained magnetic. how ,vacuums
J|
plus 1.00 Inches. return on the following Saturday. !
of high; tenuity were easily obtained by
Note-Frel'zln/t/ weather on Tuesday Beds and meals are provided for NOT "FAKE" NEWS. immersing a closed tube in liquid hydro- CHAS. N. WEL.SHANS
morning/ the 14th, destroyed vegetablesand / ,
small and The air in the tube was immediately
greatly injured bananas and pine. them at a very charge, |.: gen. I
the end of the week who solified, and if the tube was so arranged -
apples. Orange, lemon and other fruit at a man GOSLINGviLLK, FLA., the
that the portion containing accumulation -
trees apparently uninjured. Crops works well can take back to his. Feb. 16, 1809. \ of solid air could be sealed ,
up
closely covered escaped Injury. wife as much as $4 to $5, upon Editor Indian River Advocatr ; .I the other part had, according to Sir Wm.Crookes' CEMENT, BRICK, LIME, SHINGLES, COAL TAR, PLASTEI,
J. W, CRONK, Observer.
which they can live remarkablywell calculation, a pressure amounting

owing to the cheapness of In your Issue of February 10, your Rio to only one-ten-millionth of atmos #..'. HAIR AND LATH **
about article vessels 'for ,
correspondent complains my phere. With, vacuum use
interested in Hill IS./i
IF Mr. vegetarian
you 01 orange things. that I should therefore not
in the Star, asserting with hydrogen, it was, ,
growing, you should not fail to and during their week at Billericay not write "fake" news, etc. I would respectfully necessary to pump out air; it was only State Agent L. & 'M. Paints and Oils.Old .
read about the new Invention-for the men have to do without animal call his attention to his own needful to put liquid dydrogen; in a
their protection on our 8th page. food and alcoholic liquors. articles, and his conscience will'tell, him' double-walled vessel and it made Its own 'Phone 8. }jot 13 hogan Street,
where he finds fake news. vacuum by solidifying the air betweenthe
In regard; to the article I wrote for the two walls. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
GEN'L JOE WHEELER has espoused MONEY IN POULTRY.. Times-Union and Citizen, I will say that!I \ '
if correspondent knew the meaning'
the cause of the Pun- your
order for
of the word "fake" it could not have [Send the ADVOCATE an any
American exposition, which is to "Do not carry all your eggs In been applicable to me at least; thereforeI job printing you need.]
Buffalo in and will .HAMMOND PACKING CO
be held in 1001
one basket" is a saying that is often excuse ignorance, as the Chaldean i
do all in his power to make the Philosophers hud it in their maxims. 111 III!
heard ; and this applys to attention Is drawnto
many Subscriber,
your
will and
success. The "What sow
you you reap;
enterprise a general
things. We believe in a diversityof the name-and-date slip pasted upon
correspondent also find reliefin
hopes to live to attend the fair your may in (Formerly The G. Ii. Hammond Co.
crops, and our farmers, we are that old saying. your paper or wrapper. If you are )
when it is held.A I arrears, please remit., .
plea@ed'to ,note, are beginning to MRS T. J. DESTE EN. OUR SPECIALTIES ,:

find,out that there is a good; deal
CURIOUS matrimonial tangle : of truth in this. There -is moneyin "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon]

has been unraveled by a Boston poultry raising if people go at !!Wall Papers "Coin Special" canned meats.

judge, in passing upon the divorce it the right way,'and the American
suit'of Margaret PL; Gale vs. llrutis Agriculturist gives a striking illustration "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.

W. Gale.. The parties were married of the profit in intelligent Manufacturers Agent Samples Now Ready "Calumet" leaf lard.

divorced and re-married all cultivation of barn-yard fowls.It ,

within one year. Then Mrs. Gale cites the-case of a young Ken Rangpur Carpet. Ajute Carpet in matting Homemade pure, lard."Peerless" .
again tired of matrimonial l bonds
who left '
tucky girl was an orphan compound lard sausagesand
and sought release, which has now without any means, of ,subsistence )patterns.: Moth proof and cheap. ,
all House Products.
been her the Packing
granted upon ground except her own brains and energy.

that under the Massachusetts divorce This enterprising maiden took up ,FURNITURE' STORE, FLORIDA BRANCH : Jacksonville, Fi! |
law the who the
person gets
raising profession
turkey as a .
TITUSVILLE FLA
,
divorce'may marry again after six with the result that she cleared iq( Write us for quotations, and you will be pleased.

months, but the,person from whom $135 the first year. $2,000 the sec .

the divorce is granted may not remarry ond and $5,000 the third. The

within two years. fourth year is not yet finished, but T.llE MAPES 'Season 1898-99. r' A FAMILY JAUNT
the prospect for a proportionate va.a: ?.coa'r
In one of our canopy top phaetons or sm
ALTHOUGH bunking was practiced increase is excellent. Why not
: They have been the StanMANURES. revs can be enjoyed for any length of time
among the Egyptians COO years some of our East; Coast farmerstry dard Fertilizers for 20 without weariness. You can get mal
before Christ and among the Ro. it ? Surely they are as energetic : =err solid comfort in one than in any other n
mans almost in its modern form, and enterprising, as this Ken years In Florida. r&i hlcle on the market. For the horseman
? ih that loves speed, a runabout or as light scan
3,900) years ago';; Yet, according to tucky girl., : be constructed and strong
.well-made
,
the well-known author Gilbart the '
he will find here at bedrock prices.
first "run" of which we have any

account in history of banking, occurred GOOD ROADS. ; r a P. E. McMURRAY & BAKER,

in the year 1GG7 At that i'' j Main & Church Sts.,

date the bankers of England were The good reads movemen't has My Fertilizers Are as good as Mapes. 'JACKSONVILLE, FU|

the goldsmiths, who had, u short visited nearly every section ofFlorida /
time before, begun to add bankingto and the evangelist of good They all qUOte MapeS As the Standard of Excellence. ror- State Agents for Sterling Bicycles,

their business and had roads is to be found in every state.
ordinary !
The the
become very numerous and in. The roads and highways of a civil I Mapes put money in the pockets of the 1 growers,

iluential. division are as the veins and arteries Vegetables, Strawberries, Orange and other Fruit Trees.
of the human system. Life The Belvedere.

and health-that is, business and Pineapples. Bananas Tobacco, etc. Opposite Fostoffice.
,
WE do not know if this is of any .
prosperity, of each part can be had v
interest to husbands along the and secured only by the most free What yOU Want Are Results, Results, Results, Results.. "I have pen Imported and Domestic
East Coast but ,
nevertheless '
we circulation ; and the conduits must the Mapes Agent in Florida over,Twenty Years '
,
remind Arkansas them has that just the passed state senateof a bill some not be good allowed roads to in clog.Brevard We coun-have I have SOld Millions of Dollars worth( their.goods to Thousands of WINES LIQUORS and fflfiiK

relieving husbands of the responsibility Consumers all over the State. Of nil these thousands not one single consumer ,
' ty, but we are soon to have more.
of antl-nuptial debts of has found fault with the Quality of these Goods. .
At the of the Flor
meeting next (
wives. It Is needless to say how The best Wine Rooms gentlemen only. Merchants Lunch Room, 12 to 2(0::( p, a
sad this news will make milliners, ida legislature Representative Henry yields. The best keeping, qualities.The 25cts.; Steaks, chops, game and oysters iu season served after 12 noon.

dressmakers, candy dealers, ice L. Parker will introduce a bill, most reliable in drouths. II. W. METCALF,
enacting a road law for the
county -
cream and chewing gum manufac of Brevard, giving to said county Always the best prices in. all the markets.: Jacksonville, Fla.
turers. It is safe to say that ,

henceforth the girls of Arkansaswill authorizing certain rights the levy and of privileges a Head the following.; It covers all these points :
special
be allowed to do less business
road tax in each commissioners' "Oit. NoE PARK FI.A. CHESEBRO BROTHERS
"on tick" than heretofore. Dealers August 27th, 1898. *}
will now hang old clocks in their district, and providing the process "MR. J. U. TYSEN, Agent Mapos Co., Jacksonville, Fla:
by which such tax will be levied "Dear Sir:-I have been raising vegetables for the Jacksonville market many
stores, labled "No tick here. How and expended ; also providing the years with inditTeient success.' You have often tiled to induce me to use I WHOLESALE _
would that suit Titusville. of Mapes Manures, but I could never bring myself to It, as I always thought they
manner exercising the right- of cost too much. 'This year I concluded to us# them, and it has been lesson to
eminent domain in opening roads me. I had most excellent crops, notwithstanding the drouth, and my stuff C O1\IMISSON FISH DEALERS,
FLORIDA or any other state may in Brevard county has always sold at once at the highest market price. I was especially fortun

have freezes, but they have very For years the pink paper has ate on watermelons My crop was all large and choice. ,Customers were wait
little effect on the pockets of some been advocating good roads. The lug! for mo every trip to the city, and I realized more than twice the prices my No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New York.SPECIALTIES .
neighbors did, and always sold my boatload at once. I got twelve to
people. Recently Frank Gould eighteen
Jay money value of good roads has cents for mine when the slip 'full of lid.!
was boatloads
attained his offering them at from five to : Spanish :Mackerel, Sheephead, Pompano, Bluefish,
majority, and'throughthe been recently expatiated upon by ten cents, and I am sure I shall profit hereafter by my experience this I
foresight of his deceased father an Indiana professor, who has convinced had splendid success, also, with Irish potatoes. year. Snappers, Klngflsh, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks.

Jay Gould, he became the possessor Indiana farmers beyond "Very Truly Yours, J. L. MOORE." Stencils promptly supplied. References, furnished if desired.

of the snug little sum of doubt of the economy of passable JJ3T" Write to me for Pamphlets with full particulars, price, analysis, and testimonials \ -
$10,000,000. If young Gould had highways. He contends that they that will interest you. A full stock always On hand. CLAREXCK D. MILI.EH. LOXGBOTUi

been born in the first year of the will economize time and force in J. R. TYSEN, Agon.'t, EnUblUhed 1841. MILLER
Christian era and had lived and
labored until this day at a salaryof i market.transportation That between farm and J a :. on."VJ.11o, F1.a.
they will enable the S. B.
$5,000 a year, and had saved farmer to take' advantage of mark MILLER & CO.

every cent of it without demand. fluctuations .
et in buying and selling WILLIAM CLARKE Plumber ,
,ing interest on his money, he would : that Sanitary
have succeeded in ; they will permit transportatiou .... WHOLESALE-
accumulating

his the vast father's fortune will that, has, according now been to times purchased of of commodities farm products during and Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter;, Roofing, Sheet COMMISSION FISH DEALERS,

placed to his credit. comparative leisure ; that Iron work and drain No. 7 Fulton Fish Market, New York.
they will reduce the wear and tear pumps pipe, bath tubs, water clos-

A CONTRIBUTOR to Good Health 'that on horses they ,will harness enhance and the vehicles market; ets and Wash Stands Copper vessels of all descriptions re-tinned. Special attention Mackerel given to, Blue the sale Fish of Pompano, Spanish

etc.
says that fruit acids are germi. value of real estate, are : his five REFERENCES:-Fulton and Market dealtr|
cldal, and that the Juice of the strong points for good roads 37. Forsyth St., near Laura St, In the United National States.Bank, or any Wholesale Fish |

.' -i JACKSONVILLE, FLA. jy- Stencila furnished on application. a,
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INDIAN -RIVER ADVOCATE FEBRUARY 17, 1899. 5,:

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Livingston! Eugene Kinard: attended the { '

dance at Banyan. ?,,

Mr. Stephenson Winder, came In JWFERTILIZERSMU I .j
last !
Sunday and stayed until the cold

wave was over. .( I

A few of the
young people from this l'l i
burg went to Bahia on Wednesday to at- i

king Powder tend the dance given at Mr. Otwell's. : SPECIAL PRICES } !

Mrs. Gee Houston and three children, 1m t'

Miss Laura Houston, Mr., Mrs. and Miss

Wlngate and Mrs. Roesch, of Eait Gallie, -TC> I
Made from pure visited friends here on Sunday

cream of tartar. St. Valentine's day came to us last; W" Grovv-ers. : fJi I
.Pin.eapple <
Tuesday, and with It a great deal of o i
merriment, for there .
was scarcely a person -
[feguards the food here who did not receive a valentine. ::. : t

Mrs. Livingston( and '' .A.11 u3LXoviZ3.c3. JT'ortllissor; : : fiI It
against alum through here on Thursday family, as they'passed are Price $26.00. tJT:: Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to :: .t

Eugene moving from Kinard the was Roesch helping place move in Bahis.their hiH : GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money. \ i

baking powdm are the greatest goods In.Monday. Moisture...............,..............,.... ......H..................... ...... t to 10 STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE,* i
to..health of the present day. Ammonia. .............n......... ..u ....u..u.... 5 to 6 :
night a very pleasant little Equal to sniphateof A.mmoniai................................................. 90: to 39 BLOOD AND BONE ACID PHOSPHATE : \
dance was !given at Mr. Stewart's. Mr. Available rhonphorta Acid.................................................... S to II : \ ,
EQYAI.MKI a POWOtH HO.,ION YOIIIC. hiH .... .... .... .... ,
and Mrs. Simmons Equal: io hone I'hovphate .. .... II to 13 DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA : \
and little ,
girl, Mr. Potafth K2 (.........,'...n. ft to S : i
-- and Mr. Holloway, Mr. Stephenson, Eqnaltoaulphateof I'otaab................ .... ............................. store SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS :
Allen Livingston and Julius Henderson Magnesia LIme.Soda. etc, ,...........:....................................... M to 60 aice' E-I '

Miami.had attended. [ Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, I

: COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES. ,

Georgiana. 3T" Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low '; 0 I

[ quite a cold snap down herest ? prices. : ,
of the week, which did much -

e to vegetables. and"Uncle Hiiffhie" Is busy whistling Please Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for
W. R. Cushman, 'wife of Lieut. singing" "God and Heaven are still .

an, of the battleship Indiana, is a my own. hi Pamphlet. : I..L.J I
'
|:at the lI tel Miami for the winter. One little fellow at Melbourne was .
arhan, her mother, who is a widow given his first piece of Ice on Tuesday LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
hited States army officer, Is with morning. He looked at it and then began ,, 111

to change it from one hand to the

Prime, of New York city, a guest other in hurry, saving, "take mamma, :racks on v111e., Plorldsi.: :
take it "
mamma it won't burn you. After
Royal Palm, recently presented to
a while he said, "papa, bring some
er Merrill\ a large case of gorgeous ..
lilies, bugs, etc., which the doctort more wet glass. h'i Pineapple Slips nnd Suckers -
off the Hotel Royal Palm veran- Melbourne. Jensen. 1 I nICY I
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
|There are. many very rare speci- B3T"We would esteem the favor If our aGOODE for Hale.Abbakan .

The collection is a very valuable readers, when writing or calling upon & nooOE.-Real Estate and Loan J. S.' Keck, our new postmaster, Is A veritable curiosity exists in Swits- -

our advertisers! to purchase merchandise, Agent for Ktna, London and Liverpool and now well established In his office, and Is erlaud in the shape of a telegraph line Egyptian: and anti uoen

| authorities at Washington have at etc., would mention the ADVOCATE.Rockledge. Globe attention and paid Imperial to the Fire Interests Inmirance.of non Special-reet- giving general satisfaction with stone poles. Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne itetfSpnniah. II I
cognized the Importance of the dents. Apply toMADnoCK.t
Messrs. Stanton and Knox, of Philadelphia -
Miami and have declared it Clothing made of paper is not so Tory MATTHAMS,
r>f aIf ; Mr. Bennett, of Chicago, and
new, after all for Poinpoiiau excavations "Palm Beach "
Pinery,
entry. Hereafter imported goods WHEN YOU 00 MELBOURNE call at the Mr. Bean, of Jacksonville\ were In town
ss through this Port in bond, theo Bazaar ]Mrs.Chas J. F. Campbell A Co., ]Millinery this week. have revealed shoes made of paper. West Palm Beach, Fl.i. t
be paid at the destination. Here- Notions Dry Goods Ladles' ready.
Australia is :20 times as large as the
Hotel Plaza has been doing quite a made and woven Underwear Ferris' Renowned Many tourists have visited Jensen
there was delay in getting/ the nice tourist business this week. Cornets etc.,embroidery and colored silks United Kingdom, 15 times as large as
this winter, owing to tho fact that It has
through the custom house. It
souvenir spoons, Stationery,etc.
Franco and almost equal to the United
Llso save a great, amount of labor Mrs. P. A. McLaughlin and Miss Mc- been the point furthest south whore
both to the custom house officialso Laughlin, wife and daughter of the connection between trains and steamers States. BUG DEATH i
HOTEr. RIVERSIDE ]MELBOURNE FLA., could bo made. TRY
railroad agent. Brooklyn Chief of Police, are registered overlooking Indian River homelike accommodations During sloop tbe'entiie system is re-
northern visitors to Miami at the New Rockledge.Geo. and good boar( Rates '1.110 per Mrs. R. D. Hoke returned from 'Hobo laxed and much more liable to receive \

r chartered e a launch and went fish-re- E. Sebrlng, wife and family of location day or(6.00 of to room.$7.00pe Special r week rates according to River to Sound on Tuesday morning,' whore she the germs! of disoase than during the ON GROWING i

[They' started early, and reached East Liverpool, Ohio, are domiciled for people. CHAS.T. McBRIUE has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. waking hour
.
piling grounds good time., Therespent tbe winter in Mr. Dwyer's cottage, just Proprietor.SubsetIptlons T. A. Snider aboard- their houseboat VEGETATION.

the greater portion of the north of the Hotel Indian River the Buckeye. -Have you paid your subscription ?

neeting with great success. On re- The service held at the New @ for the ADVOCATE, The new church, All Saints, is one of If not, ploaso do BO. -
bg, they took an inventory, and song is the pink paper of the East Coast, will be the prettiest little churches on the river An Insecticide anti
monster Mr. Rockledge every Sunday evening very received at the Melbourne Postofflce.. \
I thirty-five kingfisb. -complete in every particular. It is
much enjoyed, not only by the guests, U "D
the most successful he Notice.NOTICE Plant: Food .
was as but by the residents here. Miss Barnes certainly a credit to those who woikedso I
t; tbe "king," which weighed thir- hard to have it erected. +.,at .
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presides at the piano, while Mrs. Chat- Bert Brush Is back at Hotel Carleton, I. a Combined. i
i pounds. la It I III
hereby given that my Inton-
the .
field assists very ably with singing.I. after his visit to Cuba. apply, toKoiliur with lither tiltlzmm M a c.. ..N.. 4...
t Friday night, for the first time in Wanted, of Krovanl County, to the next U'dlnlaiure
[listory of Miami, a part of her J. Merritt and wife are prominent Roy Puckett, of "l'It\lsvllle. was In of Florida to Introduce unit puns! u hill enacting ADVANTAGES OF USE:
among Hotel Indian River guests. Mr. town visiting friends last Saturday and a law to + regulate and l i rolilhlt the run.
were lighted with electricity Merritt is the founder )f the famous For the summer months, situation as nlng at 1"'fIYltl"\\hopi, within tli following terrliory Easy' to apply, wind does not blow It
Ie i B and a part of Twelfth street Merritt-Chapman Wrecking Company. Sunday. caretaker of hotel or private property.' III llrovanl County) Florida an near alIlractlcable off, and rain will not wash It o IT. Prevents

blaze of light. Many of the citi- lIe and Mrs. Merritt will spend some Mrs. Fay, of Waukeegan, Ill., is nowa Understands lawns, Mowers, shrubs, etc. About within thu following_ territory blight. Nonpoisonous and will

*ere out to catch the first glimpse time in Rockledge.Col. guest of Mrs.t L. D. Lockwood Address,, H. B., HuKlnnlng t eight tnllt*north of Tltunvllla on not Injure anything except insect life;
light as it was turned on. The Meriitt, Fla. the welt shore of Indian River thence run went mi excellent, plant food, and 1 will Increase
(are set to the terminal station, and W. S. Proskey and Lieutenant II. O. Snedeker returned home from ono and one-half mllui thence southerly m> at growth of crop./ Send for circulars and I
Havana. last week, and thinks Melbourne to run one and one-half inllen went of Indian
have been
are busy stringing' the wires Sutherland and wife promi- testimonials from those who have usedit.
pien River to a point one and one-half mile went of
is for him. EXCURSIONS OVER THE J.
preparing to make the connections.ew nent guests at the Hotel Indian River. good enough the poKtotllce at Fort I'laroei I thence southwest Try It-It will do all we claim.
days the terminal station and Colonel Proskey is a member of Governor Judge Kennedy and wife, also Irs.Kennedy's T&K.: W. R'Y. to the north prong of the Ht. I.ncle River| thence DANFOHTII CHEMICAL Co.,
reat wharf will be elec- Bloxham's staff and a brother of the of Ohio t'MBtorly! along nail!river to Indian Itl/er thence Or Mass.
lighted by mother, Mrs. Young, northerly long Indian River to the point of l>o- Loomlnster
fights and the oil proprietor of the hotel, while of Hotel Carleton. R. J. Gou'l
( score of lamps genial are pleasant guests Rate of one and one-fourtli fare to ginning.. Marllnay, Agt.Jacksonville
laid aside. Lieutenant Sutherland belongs to Uncle Fla.Insecticides
e! lOfob31 mar R. HARDER. ,
Ham's These gentlemen have Messrs. John Day and James Geer, of respective places of meeting and return, :
/ navy. who the : is hereby authorized for tho following
been attending the recent military con- Chicago, are now spending ------- -. .
As an advertising medium, no stopped over winter on their handsome! place at Micco, conventions:
vention at Tampa. They
on the East Const beat the were pleasant visitors town last Thurs
per can
at Titusville on their way to Rockledge, ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT O. A. 1C. OF FLA. and Powder Guns.
'OCATK. Give us! a trial advt., and the ADVOCATE oflico a length day.
..1 be convinced of the pink paper' ened gave and pleasant call. Last Wednesday the schooner J. F. Palatka, Fla., Feb. 22, 2U: 18W); Limited -
l'th. to Feb. 24, HmO, for return. t
I I'owellleft here for a cruise south with .
River
The whist party at the Indian -----
Saturday evening was, if anything, more the following jolly arty on board: Mr. ANNUAL CONVENTION SU"EJI\. 1'ENIIENTH Read the following from Mr.\( Brown, unwell known on the East Coast :
and Mrs. J. F, Powell, Mr. and Mrs. P. AND SCHOOL OKFICEIM. .
St. Augustine.Florida enjoyable than usual. The first prizes 'Hvi'OLUXO lrJ Nov. 18 18W.!)
A.
P. Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Powell, ,
which were unusually handsome, were Misses Maude and Ethel Powel'' Monticello, Fla., Fob. 14, 10, 1800j; "MIt. C. R. TVSEN, '
won by Mr. McTague and Miss Anderson. limited to Feb. 18, 1800, for return.CONVENTION FIA
East Coast exhibit In the Mr. Bradley and Mrs. Chapman Last Friday evening at Educational MACKBONVJU.K :
[' the The OF STOCKMEN AND FARMKItB '.'Dear Sir: -I have been using tho Laurei'Groen I got from this season I
i stoic in Alcazar court Is at- received the second prizes. same Hall, the play "The Ugliest\ of Seven you
Inn a great deal of attention. Its evening there was a progressive euchre given by Dr. L. A. Peck, Mrs. L. D. OF PUTNAM COUNTY. on three acres of beans, and never Haw anything to 611Inllt. There Is not a wormto

lout and varied display gives visit- party at the Plaza, at which the 1 first fockwood. Prof. Harry Winters Frank Palatka, Fla., Feb. 18, ISO!). bo seen. Put on with a powder gun. I find land plaster Is not required. It' la
1 splendid idea of the products of! prizes were awarded to Mrs. Upham and Horton and the Misses Lillio Robertson, acting\ well on tomatoes and eggplants.; J,' BROWN. !

ill between here and Miami, and Mr. Petroff, the second to Mrs. Kennett May McAdams, Mattie Brown, Jennie Sell from stations In Putnam county, Wrltp to .mo (CluiM. It. 'l' '4lm, JackNoiivllIc) for pamphletM amiquotations.
i in the Bahamas. An interesting and Mr. Pettee, and the third to Mrs. S. Tuppor, Jessie! Goode, Jennie and Helen only, on Feb 18, limited to Fob 10, .

lion of fruits and vegetables has II. Peck and Mr. Simmons.Do .Miller, Mollio Nicholson and John Nicholson 1800, for, return. ------------. --.-.--- -- -------
loen received from Nassau was In a high degree praiseworthy G. D. ACKEULV,

and enjoyable and evidently gavo great General Passenger Agent M. WSSOKER
audience .
in the Cas-
rge gathered (
hu' you want to buy or sell propertyon pleasure to the audience by which It ,. .
\ day night to witness the week-
Indian River ? If you do, write the was attended. Prof. Earle Adams fur. Wanted v
,
gram me of water The wet
sports. Indian River Real Estate Agency, Titus nlshed some splendid music and songs MANUFACTURER OF -
lainment included exercises on the Fla. See 4. the evening and his execution of -
ville page during
1 springboard leaping, fancy diving, both was; so good that his audience To buy or lease, newspaper and job
diving from the balconies, swlm- were delighted.At olllco In small, progressive townEastor Umbrellas and Parasols.
I races for brownies, boys and men, West Coast. Address,
cap swimming races, exhibition by Eau Gallie. Hotel Bellovuo last Tuesday even- "W. E. C,"

lows of the circus, obstacle race, ing, Mrs. O. J. F. Campbell and Mrs. K. care ADVOCATE office,
try Dobbins, pyramid and greasy / in town Saturday W. Goode entertained tho Social Club 23-2 Tltusvllle', Flj. Repairing and Recovering/ Neatly Done. All work Guaranteed.
Sheriff Brown was invited being Branch 311& I 2 climbing contest for a real ham. jurors.. and other guests over sixty : W. Bay st, ,

I the water sports there was danc- looking for county court : present. l .\clt guest was presented __._ ____ __ ___._______________.______._ _____.__u __ ...__ ___
|n which a goodly number tookof Mrs. C. J. Young presented her husband with a neat little hand-painted heart- For Mule, -
with a fine girl baby last week. .hlupcd programme-the work of the Bermuda Onion Seeds.
MiHsrs Annie and Jessie Guodo. Miss' At Lotus, on Merritts Island, FI:'., 10 ,, ,II
tho closest events, of especial Bad weather prevented the steamersSpartan Lillie Robertson arranged a very pretty I I acres, all cleared and planted with ,

't to :a largo number of mothers ot and Courtenay making. their parlor gaine-a largo red heart was put orange trees, pineapple and all kinds of WHITE AND RED, genuine Tennerlffe stock, $2.50 per IK ,

|"y oot, ,at the Catholic the fair last contest usual! tripe Monday. upon the wall, and those! playing the tl'oplcalfrultj; artesian well piped, 000( Texas Rust-proof Oats . . . . . 60c, per bus. i
was baby piize : Sunday eve- blindfolded and tried to feet modern house with bathrooms
pxhiblt was excellent, all kinds of Dr. Holmes arrived hero at game were of the heart with little ; large Florida DO-day Oats. . '.. . . . . . ,1.00 per bus.
his to visit a patient pierce the center ; nearly new.
being represented. The judges ning, on on Banana way_ river. silver arrows. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Apply or write to Georgia Rye ; . . . .. . . . 1.30 per bus.

J. D. 0'lIern,and Donald Dunham. Nathan, of Stewart lead the grand march. Music MKB. THOMAS GKEEN, Florida Rye . . . . . ,.. . . . . 2.60 per bus. i
us were made as follows: Gold Ex-Judge Foster and Mrs. Foster, was furnished by Mrs. E. M. Campbell, Lotus, Fla. *
i prize for babies from one and alo Cleveland, Ohio, and who have winter Miss Lillio Robertson, Mrs. C. J. F, Full Stock of Field and Garden Seeds.
,
the
three yours of age, awarded to II. home at St. Augustine, are visiting Campbell and John Nicholson. .. i

|er Bout well, finest baby, being the family of W. R. Harris. Visitors to St. Augustine. L. CAMERON Seedsman,

f Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Doutwell; Gardner Hardee, of Rockledge, '
Colee Messrs. 126 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
hand-
captured the prize, a of Cocoa passed! Fort Pierce.
doll, for and Frank Wooten, Will find that the' carriages of John -- ,
| being the prettiest baby. their -- ----------- --- ---- -------- -
the through here Sunday, on way Jrvln meet all trains. Parlies taken for Esfrbllshs.ltaro-,
|g babies under one and a half told of the approach of a
I old Josle Copps won a silk cap as north. neither When of these gentlemen could Rev W. Allen preached at White City drives. Write or ask for

I'ettiest' baby; Raymond Colee, the freeze the warm sunny last Sunday.The JOHN IKVIN,
Information
the ,
baby, carried off a box of candy credit weather of Sunday morning giving little[ thermometer registered 24 here St. Augustine, Fla. CHAS. R. T1TSEN
1 Prize. Willie the fat- ,
PInquebt, would take
the .
Indication of ( Tuesday night.J.
['by, won a gold cross. twelve hours. INDIAN RIVER GUARDS.
place In the following S. Bell and family have moved backto Drill at the Armory, over county jtll.'every (Successor to The J. R. Tyson Co., Established 1878)) ,

their place at Taylor Creek. tuesday evening In the month at 8 o'clock. i
Member that the INDIAN RIVER C. K. BTUWAUT: Capuln. You can SAVE GOOD MONEY by sending to me for quotations on :
Martin returned from New ,
GATE does all kinds of job printing Moses ''
r(rt notice. Send them an order Sebastian. York Saturday, after spending a few Grain Hay Rice Meal Straw Cotton Seed Hulls and
lie convincedthat It Is the place to months with his parents. East Coast Meat Market ,

ob printing done.Bovine.. Miss Florida Quite a number of our residents tookIn
We are sorry to lone School. She the excursion last Sunday: on the Feed of all Kinds,.
Sunday _
Hitching from our and faithful secre- steamer to the St. Lucle river. O. Jo'. DUREN, Agent; ,

tory has been for a a long prominent while, and has given perfect We are very sorry to learn of the Illness an= POULTRY FOODS, Wheat, Cracked Corn, Meat and Bone, Gravel, CraeiU:

satisfaction. of Mrs. Julius Tyler, and hope ere > c:>> Bone, etc., etc.

Pig called on Bethel Stewart last The birthday supper, given at the residence long she will be able to be out again. en e. ca.C .. WHEAT, RYE, Graham Flours, whole winter wheat Flour Breakfast Cereals, r

of S. hitching, in honor of ,Miss Tbe yacht Sweetheart, of Daytona, ) s>> Buckwheat, etc., Grits, Meal and Bacon. .

oj Helen her Emllj's birthday, on Friday night, was has been anchored off here for the last .-r try FERTILIZER CHEMICALS of all kinds. Kalnlt, Acid Phosphate, etc. Tobacco
Miller spent Sunday at b* tbe many Invited few days enjoying the fine fishing at ill. pCZ.
In yelbourne. very much The enjoyed evening was spent In play- the Inlet., The fine searchlight aboard I>> Stems, Tobacco Dust, best Canada Ashes, Salt, etc. .. :

H Houston expects to leave soonrt guests.games, singing, etc. created quite a sensation, a good many = INSECTICIDES. Laurel Green, Paris Green, Blue Stone, London Purple Flour

Pierce!. with meat hogs. Ing May, Florida and never having seen one before. The colored =a Sulphur, Bl-iulphldu of Carbon, Caustic Soda, eto. ,

cne Kinard came out from Eau Beatrice The Misses Hitching Amy visited, their uncles population was very much scared. ESC g BUILDING MATERIALS. Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Fire Brick, Fire Slabs,

On Friday, to get a load of Logs.I Broster and Walter, at Stuart, on Sunday and- =3. ,-ncn -f>> Hair, Shingles, Lath, etc. ,

I and Mrs. Bethel Stewart and fam- last. We miss them months'very much stay, will Please mention the ADVOCATE when .; =! I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF CONSUMERS ORDERS. Will furnish you with .

r' and Mrs. John Simmons and hope that their three writing advertisers. TitusvilleFlorida.. freight rates to your place. JACKSONVILLE FLA. -

Huby, Craig Hopkins, Miss Alice be a short one.









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and flavor of fruits the empress, ai one dispatch announce
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"in a burst cf womanly emotion, em Florida East Coast Ry. Jacksonville, Tampa

quality and appearance braced her visitors patting some of _

'{l of vegetables ,; tbem tenderly on tbe cheek. The dowager TIME TABLE NO. 17, IN EFFECT JAN 17, 1899. Key West R'y

ri" empress wears no paint, though her

i" weight and plumpness of grain, I complexion is sallow Her smile was SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down). NORTH BOUND (Bead Up).

described by her visitors as "charm No 87. No 23 ,No 14'No' 80 No IIIt-- ''
arc all produced by Po sh.Potash Ing. In diplomatic circles, at all Daily No00 DAily No Daily 85 Dally STATIONS No 011.111 7A IJally au'Es'Dally nally Daily JOSEPH 'H. DUBKEE, Receiver.
8z: I/U Esau .Its au Ex-an
events, she seems not to be regarded as ffi :::::A; ;- := 1200;; 805p 100$ ( tli-
Bazar. 8oop l20p I.y..r'......JackltOnrille .... 10 Effect Feb. 1. '99. -NORTH.
sn ogrelllIarper'l tOOl 22Oj 1000& 840o Ar........ ... tlt.AnlfUlltlne..L1' gas :.. .. 1l OVa I.I6p: 70086a. No.209. No. 21. ho. 117 vo.4i: NO.32. No. 38
_..-.- GOOp.....1086& 8458 .... ..,.. .......... 6 ,8:1: ...... .... / No, 7B
Ir1q _yyI SOS .. Ar?........ ...Hang s.. ...... .. ..I.v 111\3 .. .. ... .. ... I "i'T2iT "lj-2tlll 1 I.v..JACKBONVILLE..A-r. t'ark..c.. .130am 306p. p.a( ,.
Mere .. .. IS .
Theory. 112am.
..... ,... 1I1ii is '11l; Ar....... ., ...PaIalka... ... .. ..Lv 1I"Jj j) :::;:: ..t.. ..... .11MI'..... 1143 ,.. .....Orange.. .. 'aorta. ..... .. .... .... ... ; 141'111 I''",
Watts-Do you know why they calla ...... 10 4li8 tI OI a LY... .. .. ... .... .Palatka .. ..... ....Ar 0 711\1'\ 120Ja: 21r2' II) 0Ia ....... ,..Magnolla.......... 613am 2l5) : ..
policeman a copper? :::::: ...... IJ1iiP :::::: Ar. ..........San Mateo..Lv' nip:::::: ...... ...... 1210 I0p III 1611 ....Green:. \'I'v. 9prlnis.... 609 am 21fp 661"111 .
think from & .... S0(,. 8Olfa LY. ...........fo\an\ Mateo..... .... .... .Ar 815 813i. ... 105 s 2 btp 11 O a ... .Palatxa... ... .... 600am lllSp: G 8411) 111'
properly combined with Phosphoric Potts-I tbe name comes II 47P =:;:: Irn 91fIa v.L ...........Eaas P8 a'tka........ ....Lv :::::. ::::: TT..$ ...... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. ..........S'tl.IUma.. ....... ,......... .. . .. t.6 111, 2 t
tbe color of hill note.-Indianapolis l1(1p() ...... 102p 104lla ...............Ormond.............. 401 bas ...... ..... 4111Ja1121p ....... ...... ... .. ., ... ..Y..... ..lomona..I..... .. ....1.. ........ .. .. "'.
Acid and and Journal. ...... 116plOroa It ............ .Daytona............ 84 625 ...... ...... 489a .....,.... II !lOa ....CrescentCltyJunction.. 864amm .. .. ..
Nitrogen, __ ...... 12791058& II ............Port Oranle...... .. 837 516p...... ...... i40 n'2'13a 349p1201)p.......... ...Sevllle.......... 8311am 124OJo 46rlpmlll'a
ii.aop! ...... llOP! 1116& It .......... New Smy rna .......... S I 11\ 458 ...... .lOa$ 11246a ...11228p ......DeLeon Springs....... .240am .. .. .... :
liberally applied, will improve Driving It Home. '.I..' ...... 21ep It .............. Oak Hill ............. 2481244x ..... ...... .... .... ......., .. .. ... .. ....... Olenwriod ......... .. ....... 415pm_ t650p
Maternal Parent cbaBtisiug the black ...... 2&4pl2Oep .............Tttu"ville............. 3r(1 1'04 ...... ...... 113a / 307110 .19pI2HP..l'ereaford..t., .': 222am 12op" 351pp, "'
soil and increase yield ( .. .. ...... 823p ... ............. Clty Paint,........... 1861 .\.... .................... 72 a. 440p 12Hp ....... lI.aoa It
every snoop)-When will yon learn that a ..... ..... SHip 1241p .............. Cocoa ." ........... 128 8811' ...... ...... :: ...a..o'...a... 33np123npLv.. .....DeLand..... {tAr.......... 12201' 331rp IIII ....
: boy's best friend is his mother?-Boston 184& ...... 843p12Mp ....,..... : ,........... 116 81/)1'..... ...... 224$ 311& ... 10'11'; .. .,..OrangeCityinnor.: ..... 210aln..,. 41Spm '
and quality of any crop. ...... ...... 47p:! IBup ......... ....F.an(4athe............ 12 23x1....... ..... .. ...... .. .... tlSn" ..... ..Enterprise ... 345"a' '
k Globe. ...... ...... 4R1\p Icap .............101l'lboul'lle............ 1221:1: : ....... ...... .. ...... .. .... .... 3 ll1p Ar .....TITUSVILL.'a.. 320PIII
Write and Tree which! ...... ..... 61tlp ..... .......... .Roleland........... 114. .. .. ...... ...... ...... .... 6 44a........1\It. Dora.. ......... .t./.. \\J3ia.U 30 1111.,,
get our pamphlets, The I-n tell how to buy and use fertilizers, with .. ...... 1118p .. ............St. Lucie ............ It 1047 ...... ...... 3Ma 488p .135pAr........ 112Ja! ,
and The ladles of Granada, aUa ...... S2 p 308p ............ Fort Plero........... 1'1408 100 ...... ..?..1210.. 6205.. 242p .. ...,..,..Orlando./.t. 1042a 216pm: "e'432a
greatest economy profit. As they met at the pemida, ...... ...... 641tp. .... It .... ........... ............. It. 10 l' ...... ...... ...... ...... 700 1i4i11 4 2lip ..........Lakeland. .. ..... 1014a .F9: .
Declared In moving accents that their ...... ...... 668p ..... ............?Jedenn...........;..'.. 1007 ...... ...... ...... ;;; 940a a 014p 44bOp.,.. .....1.Bartow..e.. 8115pm p 1210pm ...
GERrtAN KALI WORKS, hearts were very sore, ...... ..... 71111p ... ..............Stuart .......... II Ub7...........r.... ..... .. 710a 110411' 10 bop Ar.l'unta Gorda..Lv 825 1I:10a 907a: li20al11. ""
Nuiau St., New York. .. .........Hobe Sound........... It II .. ... .. ...... 1065p pm 1033l1m"
93 And In their deep contrition ......11 M 78/11'/ .. .. / .. 817a 8201' 6 35p ....,..... Tampa..... ....... 737pmt103sp 1o00am
They condemned the rash ambition ...... Dally 71Sp ...... ....... West Jupiter. ....... 31284 (Daily ,1.. ..... "... ..Tampa Bay Hotel.. .. .... ... !.o.a.. ,, .:
Of the recent Chris Colombo who sought ...... Exsa 82bp ..... Ar .?......WestPalmfrach........ II 8 11'26aExsu...... 1.lOp '. .. 8 M a 8/Y1p/ 8'2fPAr...... PortTampaLv 7fOm 73Oa'1O2omt: .
/ out the western shore. 1Ia.l lI4Jlp 605p LV..Palm Bearlh Inn..Ar. 815a1105a TTi > ....1000p "n.'I'hn 90411' 9 OCp L.\.I.ortTampa..Ar. 200pm ....... Tinir.Snnkp.
JciM. Two Common fool. gala 118f IMp blip ....../.. RoyalPolnclana ;...... 810a1l00a 610p.... tMpII "IIP...''''. I .30up 3fbpAr..KeyWest..Lv 700 pin...... Wed.Rat.u
18a 114rJ& lOOp 620p ...d WeBb Palm Beaoh... Ar 800.:10: .... 1146, WpI.Rnt&\fon; lOOp 600 Ar..... ..'llavana... .....Lv 1230pm.. .. Well.f
A South ISidt::; young btiRluefls'inan bad And these muchly wrought up ladles ...,.. 100l1&1921p.. ,......... ... .. ........... ...... ... ..... Sstdt- ,
t ymfd wit fotfovcral mouths to ot All theao matrons and these malcJIes, ... .. tl87p ... a............ ...Delray.... ......... : ...... .... ..... .. -
one. With their fingers full of pebbles marched .. 101ip.. It ,.........Fort Laurll'rdale........ II 7irr ....i.. 600p........... Daily t Daily except Sunday. *:%TonWed. and Fri.
tLo fair rlauKhftTH) of Hyde hark across ararwda'H square .... ..101"1 10Wp ....... ............Lemon City...b.... ...... .... .I ". Train leaving Jacksonville 9:20 a. m. arrives Gainesville 1:3B p. m., Ocala 2:10 p. m., LMI
At lai-t one evrniiif in the latter part And his statue they bombarded 110l/p 720p ..... .... .. .Mlnml. ... .. ....Lv 81\5 .... 1'110 3:50/ p. ni., dally.
liillnian
Train*81 and 32 Carry Through Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati
of April) Lo gammoned up courage! And Stones and wreaked curses their Interlarded little ,HKTWKKN NEW SMYRNA AND OUANGK CITY JUNCTION. and local sleeper between JackHonville and Tampa, open for accommodation of pawui' and !*>,
"1 lovo they vengeancein STATIONS Union Station Jacksonville at 9 p. m.
ouoiif'b: to fay, jon. a vicious manner there. Nt>. II No No. .No.

Thu object n Jf liis affections looked at b liiiii l v... ...... .........Now : mJ'l'IIa. ..... ... .. ..........Ar ills P40llp INDIAN RIVER SERVICE.
him Alas, for poor old Colon! 937a ............ ...,...;.,..LakaHelon........,........' .......Lv 10261464p Indian River Steamers leave Tltusville 4:00 p. m., Mondays Tuesdays, {'Wednesilnv and
thoophtfnlly/ 417p II/I.'JA/ ....... ............... City..t. ....... lei 14a 488p dnys for St Lucia Hvt'rnnllntermedlate landings; returning, arrive TitUMill'eedna: Tl,
"Yon probably think- yon lovo me," While Havana's belie were tollln 4 ;aJp 10 UO Ar.........._.. .. ...Orl'nsre pity Junt O'er the that hla dear
cortege was bearing
she said IIlow Jy. "To the best of your ashes far away All trdnebetween New Sinyrn" and Orange City Junction Daily except luDdB1. W.Ueuural B. COFFiN Superintendentc, G.. D.General ACKEHLY

bld licf you lovo me. but tbat does not These fierce ladles of Granada, l'a.hen2e;

prove to no; that you Jove me. It does There before the quaint pCHuda Key West, Havana and Nassau.
Were a-knocklng all the beauty from his
not tell DIB" whether that affeotiou will counterfeited clay KEY WEST. The steamship "City of Key We I," of the FlorHa" ,East Cwit.Steamihlp
stand oNalnMt"I -Cleveland: Plain Dealer Company }eaves Miami for Key VToit on Mondays We'Ine-Hava and FrtJijTs! after arrival. el Florida Central & Peninsular
"Ob darling exclaimed the I train from Jacksonville about 11:00 p. m., arriving at Key Went next day noon. f Rain 1
tuy / Leave Key West 2:30 p. m. (standard time) on Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving .
man in an iinpaHKioned tone, "tell mo Notice. Miami next moraine in time to connect with north bound train. F

how I run provo to you that I Jove yon. HAVANA. The Steamship! "Lincoln" of the Florida East Const Steamship Company \
I'll)) walk through fire of brimstone or """""""" I. leave Miami for Havana on ttimdays and Wednesdays after arrival of train from Jacksonvllle Time Table In Effect Jan. 10, 1899.
swim tho Chicago river for Let In[ tho Circuit Court, In and for Brevard about 11:00 p. m., arriving at Havana at 3:00 p. D.. Mondays ant Thursdays.
you. Florida Leave Havaca Tuesdays and Fridays at 10:30: a. m. (standard time), arriving Miama .
County
me prove my lovo. / : Wednesdays and Saturdays' In time to connect with north bound, train. .

"I'll let ycu prove: your lore!I" exclaimed I -IN CitANCEitr. KABSAU.. Service' for the winter Benson begins January. 10, 1d90. Proposed sailings M : '; = t5 -. = 1 > D..s i'd :: '

the v.omnn suddenly as she Aaron A.VH.PeGrtuiw. *) follows: AA:; ;:.1;A AN= =3 icoteSUOfla:' .1 NORTHERN POINTS sron::' Re.: roTrn= :; 11;::' 'p
". ::I A !!
snatched 1rrd shawl! from about her format R. .Johnlltone)and V Hill to Foreclose FROM MIAMI KKOMWednesdays NA- AU. .,,' -III.. v "H"... .
juock "for tbe fcrunce fire, had quit hilt wife Esther Jobnstono I Mortgage Tuesdays and Fridays, January to February and Saturdays. January 311.1 2 08p Lv. Titusville Ar. 264p10,3na -- T5ijj''
et. al. J 20 8 3. Lv. St. Augustine
.. to February 4. 205p 1' 220p ; h09
work for the Buation. "Take this shawl. appearing by the affidavit of I).L. Oaiilden, Mondays Wednesday and Fridays> February Tuesdays, Tlmrs IT .. .. g 4.i02a .... .. 8 40j Lv..Yulee..Ar: ... ..... ''
Wear it about : shoulders during attorney for the complainant in tliln cause, 7 to 620p660p 818a730a 831\' 8 On: ,
yom: 6 to March 81. April 1. .
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that the defendants, Norman It. Johnstono : a4opAr..Fernandina..Lv ...... 7 OOp 791\ '
y all your waking hdnrs for tbe next six and his wife Esther .I Jolinatone are non-reni- Tuesday and Fridays,. April 4 to Wednesdays 'and Saturdays., April 6 to 6'10a 715p ......101"11 2 08p .012pAr..Everett..Ar1068a: 650a ... ... U4.r.p' 6303 :
months. Do this and at tbe end of lib: rinnts of the State of .Florida and are l>oth over April 28. April 29. 745a 8451 1'....... 116'>u 315p\ '..... Ar.? Brunswick.'...Lv 915a: 54ra600a ..... lOop .
the age of twenty-one)earn, and that there Is noicrvon Steamers depart from Miami and Nassau at 40: p. m. of days advertised, arrivtag at 645a..4471 1 : !
months, but not before, yon can comeback in the State of Florida service of a mihmenaupoii destination next morninc. ( ....,.
and) take me for your wife. whom would bind the said defendants Connections made at Nassau with Ward Line Steamers' to and from Santiago and ..;... ... ... 023p 12 Din 53lp614p: 2 MtAI'. Fairfax, S. C..LV 73fia84oa 6 ana) 21711
Norman U. Johnstons and Kttther .lolm- Clenfuegos, Cuba, on certala dates. ...... .......10 45|) IMp 2r.oa ..Denmark, SC 6Na 308a 310a 13np
I The young man never flinched. lIe stone and that the Raid Norman It. Johnstone .... ;. ...... .s... 93Bp405p l 35p 6 Ma .AugustaGa'a .'. .... '' B 2IM ......
wore that gaudy thing everywhere., He and KnthiT JohnHCone reside nt and their ad. These Time Tables show the times at which trains and boats may be expected t*arrive and ...... ...... :...... 73Up1134p\ 4 45a Columbia, S. C. II i'47a .:;.:.. ii55ai ..
went dress In Metallc Art Co., No. 103 Mishap Street depart from the several stations and ports but their arrival or departure at the times ......../.... ...... .. .. ....11l5a: Spartanburg, SC" 3 (Kip .... .. .. ..1
to thq theater in it. lie kept it on Andcrston, ilnsRow} England said afllant Is stated is not guaranteed nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any ...,.. ...... .... ..... ... 14111' ..' Asheville, N. C. .. .. ..... 20fil) ...... .. ..? .'."" :1'!
in his om(e. He sweated under its folds formed and helieves. It Is therefore ordered consequences arising therefrom.For .- .......,..... ...... 815p1041p 9IKU1047a 1 Charlotte, N. C. to 3443 1020p820p ...?. 92.'ia817a: ... ,
at fall dress ball. lIe 'it at tbe that the defendants :Norman H. Jnhimtone and copy of local time card call at 226 West Bay Street, Jacksonville or addressJ. ,.... ....... .. ;... 9 :151)'12 42a Salisbury N. C. 238a ...... ..I
a wore Lie wife Esther Jolinstone ho required to appear P BECKWITH, Trafflo Manager. J. D. RAHNER, A. O. P. A. .... .. .... :... 1Ma.12 K'p' Greensboro, N. C II 124a 720p .;.. .. 7 races. Ills friends thought him crazy. and Answer complainant's bill of complaint St. .... ...... .. .....it tip. 307a laop Danville, Va. 120ba 607p ...... f)Oa ...'
Augustine .5
Bat tbere in the __ ...... .. ?. .. :. OCOa : .025p II Richmond,Va. II ..,... 12 lIOn .,.,... 200a340a
was a wedding Hyde SIXTH OF MARCH A D ...... ......... .... 163.1336a 457a 325p Lynchburg Va. II n 2Gp 355p,.... ..
Park ]Jabtweek.-Chicago-Journal. 1Y icon .... .. ?:. ...... 64.r B28p Cbarlottesville.II. 8451) 215n. ,;,.. 1 TiK.1 .....1.I I".
or said bill will be taken an confessed and the ...... .. ... ..... 642a 94liR 9051 II Washington 111101' 1116a... .... 104:1.8011a -:-.-'t "T,
omplalnant allowed to proceed ex-)tar to with I ? ... .... ,... 1101la 1I211p II Baltimore 'a 437p. 9421\ ...... .92111' ?. ..
The Vote In Wnnhlnirtoa. Bald CHUSO. r v ... .' .,. IOl6a 25ua II
'.I. 11111' Philadelphia 2'61' 120a .,..,. 855p ..., .
The official returns for the vote on It Is further ordered that this order be 'pub- ...... :.:. .....124IP 311ap 023a New York '''to 1200n12111a...... .4301'. ,..... "
the equal suffrage amendment: in the lahed weeks in once the INDIAN each week KiVBit for ADVOCATK eight consecutive a newspaper ....... ..,I. .... 880phoop 3001' ",.....Doston. ...,." ....." 6001 .. .. .. 9000 "

state of Washington are: Affirmative, published at Tltusvlllo, Brevard county, 34 a.1...... ... ..?. 1I00p Lv ;Jacksonville AI' ...... ..... ..... .
8M.1I'
'lorlda.' 1L r 9.xri/r L 6 loa .. .... ...... ...... 1012p Ar.... Everett..... Lv ....., .. ,... ...... G 31'1 :
20,171 ; negative, 80,497 ; a majority of Witness tile Hon. Minor S. Jones salrl Judge ,of 330p,...... ...... ....... 1120a. .... Atlanta.,.. .. ..,...... ........ jlOIJ1p
10,320 against the amendment. Whena aid court, as well as the seal of court, at 8401' ...... .. .... .. ;... 93(111. .ChattanooA'1' .......:..\.....:,;:. 810pI745a ,
woman suffrage amendment was sub the 17th,court 18t/S. house at Tituuvllle this December .. ..,. ...,.. .. ... 7 'lOp ..:C1nclnnatl.d II ... .. ...... ... .. ..I;!

mitted In Washington nine years ago, 0023-08 A.. A. STEWART, .
Nos. 30, 38 and 34 make connection for Brunswickarriving Brunswick 7:45,11.20 a in and: !:li'i
the majority against it was about 20,' [Seal ] Clerk Circuit Court. respectively. For New Orleans, train leaves Jacksonville 9:20 a. m., with through slcewai
000. In nine ,years tbe opposition in riving New Orleans 7:40 a. iii. Only through sleeper line- Arrives Jacksonville from .viJ
r
9 leans 6:40 1
p.m.
Washington dropped to one-half. Notice to, Debtors and Creditors. 5 iF SLEEPING CAR SERVICE

In South Dakota the adverse majority Nos. 31 and 32 New York and Florida Limited running between St. Augustine, .lack-on!
has decreased from 29,010 in 1890 to and New York. .A solid vestibule train; consisting of composite dining and drawing H
persons having claims against,: the eg- sleeping compartment drawing room sleeping and observation cars.
8,285 in 1898. Hon. John D. Long calls ALL[ of Catherine Stewart late of Coquina 1 C rr. F Nos.M and 30 Fast Mail, Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville and the. ,Cio
the opposition to woman suffrage "a In this county are hereby required to pie y Sleeper via Asheville. Also through,: sleeper between New York and Miami.
ent said claims to me within one year from the 4 0 Nos. 37 and 38 carry through sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In connection i
slowly melting glacier of bourbonisra publication of this notice, otherwise this notice 8 and 13 and 7 and H with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.
and prejudice. It is melting at a satisfactory will be pleaded as a bar to such claims. All per- p 'a No. 38 carries Cincinnati;Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to AtlanUf
lions owing said estate shall make payment. totae. l Chattanooga and Cincinnati. Tills In brought to Jacksonville by No.33. These trains allOw
rate in both these states. '' the St. LouU (viaLoulHvillo) and tho Kansas City (via Memphis) through sleepers between!!!
The New York cities and Jacksonville. I
State
Association
Op. eblO-mar31 W, 0. FlUNK Nos. 29 and
30 handle through sleeper between Jacksonville optt'l
and Cincinnati 30
pORed, to the Extension of Suffrage! to Administrator. 9 p m at Jacksonville for Pullman passengers. ; I

Women according to the New York All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold,' at the city tia
Coquina, Brevard Co., Florida. office. 202 HoKan Street, as well as at the Union depot ticket office. I
Tribune claims to have largely assistedin L. A. SHIPMAN, A. G. P. A. mil
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; F.C. WRIGHT. Dis. Pass. Agt., 202 W !
defeating woman suffrage in these Citation. ,' -.4 .4j si0471 wIt A. O. MacDONELL Gen. Past. Agent I

faraway states. Then why was woman
suffrage defeated In both of them by It rl f11f
next of kin of Joe Lenon, who died
much heavier majorities a few years THE l1ell In Brevard county, "Florida about
ago before the N. Y. S. A. O. E. S. W. Oct. IGth 18M and all others whom it may 4D-)5
existed? concern,are hereby notified that six weeks after
Very likely our vote was'helped
by the anomalous spectacle of Mrs. 23rd the first A U publication 181W, and their hereof failure, to-wit to apply December for administration SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES 5otithern.Railway
on his estate I will appoint Gee
Oranuoll the of the York
agent New
?\. Hatch or some creditor of said estate of Joe )
antis,' "stumping" Dakota and Wash I ington, making public speeches thousands state in Florida. The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers iI'Comanche"

of miles away from her family in Tltuivllle,Fla., D. L. QAULDEN County Judge. (new.)Algonquin," Iroquois," ("Cherokee," "Seminole" ,

order to provo that 'a woman's place i is North-Bound.
Deo.; 10th, 1808. 23doc08
at home.-A. S. O. in Woman's Journal Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide. Most Excellent Service Ever Offered Out of Florida.
From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., ( ), Sundays Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Nut So Illnck iu Painted. Fish Law. From CHARLESTON, 8. C., Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.For .
hour of sailing see "Clyde Lino" Schedule or Jacksonville aud Charleston dally papers.' NORTH EAST WEST.
The dowager
empress of China Till. ,
Au has of late been frequently paintedin Notice is herebygiven that I will Introduce SouthBound.Steamers ,
a bill In the next legislature ofrloiida are appointed to sail from Pier 20, East RIVer, New York\at 3 p. m., as follows t
black colors-in colors so black in For CI1AIlLI STON. 8. C., and Fridays.
fact, that many have been tempted to enacting; law regulating the For JACKSONVILLEFLA.calling: ( Charleston), Mondays .Wodnes aYI and .'rlda's.Clyde' THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, DINING CAR3.
taking of food ilsh with seines and nets
her to Lucrezia New England and Southern Lines THOROUGHFARE COACHES VESTIBULED TRAINS.
compare Borgia and In the wAters of Brevard county. (Freight only.)
have (Calling at Charleston S. ('. both
only desisted because a modern IlENitr L. PAHKKH, ways) '
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doubt has been cast upon the evil jan27-marl7 Representative.Road "STEAMKHS"
repu are appointed to sail as follows: "NEW YORK AND FLORIDA LIMITED."
tation of that Florentine. But fear of From foot of Hogan Street Jacksonville, From Lewis' Wharf Boston, '
the poison said to have been many times Law FlttUAYS. F1UDAYS. Solid Pullman Vestlbuled Llmted. Dining Library, Compartment, Drawlllt
and Observation Can between St. Augustine and New York
present in the which
cup the empress

has offered can hardly ba as widespread Notice Is hereby given that I will In. Clyde's St. Johns River Line. 'WASHINGTON. AND SOUTHWESTERN. LIHITED.

as we have been led by reports to be. foduce a bill in the next legislature: of acksonville, Palatka Sanford. Enterprise Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. Through Vestibnlfd Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars between Tampa and New Yod 1
lieve. At any rate not a fortnight Florida, enacting/ a road law for the e -The elegant Iron Sldeu heel Steamers via Jacksonville Savannah and Columbia, without change. I

since, tbe wives/ of the foreign embossa- county of Brevard, giving: to said county "CITY OP JACKSONVILLE. "FllEDK.: DeBAHY UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."

dora and ministers in Peking were, con certain rights and pt'lvllcjtosl\Ulhol'izlujt CAPT W. A. S11AW. Capt. T. W. LUND,Jr.
trary to all usage invited to a feast at he levy of a special: road tax in each Are appointed to sail as follows Pullman Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeping Care between Jacksonville and New York
tbe palace. The commissioners'' district, and providing Leave Jacksonville 3:30: p iu dally except Saturdays. Leaves Sanford 9:00 a m, Enterprise 9:30a
dowager empress mceivad the process by which such tax .will be m, daily, except SundujB. Service strictly tint class in every respect Embracing Lynchburg, Charlottesville I
them
side. Au, the elaborate emperor standing by her levIed and expended, also providing the SOUTH BOUND SCHEDULE. OUUTH BOUND Washington, Baltimore and Phlladelpn I ]
luncheon was served Head down. Read
manner of exercising the right of eminent up.
and afterward tea, the empress drink. domain In opening roads Leave 3.30 p. in. ............ .............J cksonvllle....................... Arrive 2.00 a. m. PlllMaa Drawing-Room Sleeping\ Can to Macon Atlanta. Chattanooga, CID
lug from the cap of each lady IIENRY L.. PARKER ... 8.4. I', tn. .......................I.alatka..... ..,............... .... Leave 8.00 P. m. UmevUle, Birmingham, Kansae City and St. Louis
present 1 3.1'10 a. IU. ,........ ... ....n. .. AatOr..u..1..n.n... 2.:10 m.
While. this festivity was proceeding jan.7-marl7 Representative. II 4.30 a. IU. ................,....St. ..l"oIncI8................... 1.00 P.p. w. Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
II a. w. ... ........ ... ........ lteresford./....,..... II 12.00 A. m. ,
.. 8.00 a.lD. ..,............... ..,...Dlue Sl'rlngl....................... II 11.00 a. m. Cincinnati via Columbia and Asheville, Through
Arrive 11.30 a. in.. .............,.. .....In...Sanford,..?... ...p..... II 9.00 a. at.
MALLORY STEAMSIHP LINE. 923 a. m..Enterprise .... ............ .... ...... II 9.30 a. m.Oel1'l "LAND' OF THE SKY." .

Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville., Dub!. Dally Limited Train For Cincinnati via Everett.
Florida New York
w. It. JVARBURTOtf. T. P. A., .
M. IRONMONGER Ja., Fla, Pass Aet..
Philadelphia and Boston.From 5 howling: Green New York. 204 West Hay St.,Jacksonville Fla. aril
C.. P. LOVKLL, Asst. Fla. Supt.. 1\1' L. 110AVARD. Superintendent. For detailed Information as to rates tohedules sleeping car reservations '3,
Itrnuswlok direct New York.
( ), to Jacksonville. Fla. Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville, Fla. say agent of the BOHTHIHH RIILWAT or lu conneotions:
.1 PASSENGER SERVICE. THEO. (i. KG Kit, T. M., B Bowling Green, New York.

on Ttmritiiuy Tomke connections at fcoo p. m.,with via Ferimndlua steamers and leave"Gov.Jacksonville SUfford" I Uowllnc Green, New York WM., P. CLYDE A CO., General 19 so.Agents Delaware, A.e., Philadelphia.HomeGrown R. W. HUNT, Florida Put.219 West Bay Street, JaoktonvUll N

(Cumburland Route). Arrive Brunswick" 2:()O. ]>loner en J. M. GULP. W, A. TURK 8 H.TYfcftlfl BW
i routu. Or via all rail le wine. Jnoksouville 4:40 p. m.' (F. C.vt .
1'.), via Kverett and Southern It'), Arrive Brunswick .:t5 FOR SALE. ICftttAgtri On Pull. Act Last Gee.1'ua
p, m. r* 8eiigeri on arrival, go directly aboard steamer .. traehlBgten, D. G Washmgto5'b. 0. .,18/1
January 17. 1800.JOB.


Lv, New York, Pier 21 E. R., S:OUp, In.PHOP08EU, (Standard SAILINGS Time.) Lv. Brunswick # PINEAPPLE; SLIPS AND SUCKERS # .

Friday J n.M......., ..... .... .,.RIO GRANDE .......... .. ......FrldayJan,2T .
Friday, 21..... .,.....'.... .. .. ..COLORADO .... .......,......,, ...... Friday, Feb. 3 Of the following Varieties :
Friday veb.- 3....,..... ....... .... ...HlO (1UANOK ..,.;..,, r.............Friday, 10 .FRXNTIHTCExecuted
Friday, 10.,,..,.............. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO..........,......v..Friday, c. IT Abbaia Porto Rico Egyptian Queen Golden
Friday IT........ .. ... ....'... . ..IllO'JUA.NDE.........,...............Friday, S4 Queen Ripley Queen Smooth

For general Information,steamers, trains rate etc. apply to any railroad agent or to Cayenne Pernambnco and Red Spanish OF ALL KINDSPRINTING
A. at.MUiu'nY, Agent,KM W,Hay St.Jacksonville.H. at I.h
.H. RAYMOND, O.neraIBoutb.rn Agent, Brunswick,Ga. Apply to G. C. MATTUAMS, Florida Pineapple Co., eADVOOATE

UALLOBY.Uenerat Agent, !'Ier.o! K. River, and SM Broadway, N.Y. West Palm Beach, Fla OFFICE8 -

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INDIAN, ,RIVKR; ADVOCATK, FEBRUARY 17, l*"'. 7

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HOTELS--All-thc-ycar-round.\ ST. AUGUSTINE. J

." ROCEEDGE-Pka Hotel.

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ATLANTA, GA. MAGNOLIA RI R-
HOTEL DO YOU EAT ORANGES I >* Do you want to see them In all their glory-on I
the trt.'ello full grove form ? Do you want to pick them f Then go to Rock- I (
ledge on the Indian River The beautiful new Plazi; Utt'll" the hotel. Come t
.MO : 'M1't i
'tn ST. AUGUSTINE. and you ,,11be\ ulensvd. Fishing, sailing, driving duck hunting, and shoot- i
Ing alligator, all make up amusement for you while Iheie. The table', ser
$t 2,000 expended on Improvements and new furnishings this season. vice, and social evenings at the PUz.t have become famous. For the bout our i
Hydraulic Klovntor, Hot and Cold "Water Baths on each floor;
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rates are roMonablo. S. II I'ECK, Manager.jy
also Private Baths added to several unites and Heating Arrangements -
_S'P are a few of the Improvements added this season, making this : See Mr. Chrlstlancy, representative, at Windsor Hotel, regarding rooms and
popular house one of the most comfortable and well equipped hotels In the rated.
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:South.Viite! for booklet.' i
1 } 1'ALJL1 u. & MncDOWKLL.

N Hotel
Rockleclge
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: GwY
; HOTEL HIBISCUS, Palm Beach, ,
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A New Hotel, on the same side of Lake Worth and very near the Royal ON INDIAN RIVER. I
'. PolncUna. LEON 11. CILI.EManagl'r.. I
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'i'T i Entertainment for J:1Il'lItIlIIlChllh'lII'I'lIns\ : alloy, livery rowlio.it; for fishing i
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;' it HOLLY INN, Daytona, and dully excursions on l.uinrli to points, of InII' "tlt. hell ro.uls. Blurs, $:J.f(O
and $:a< per day. Conespontlence solicited. II. 1'. SHARK.1"*, 1
Facing the beautiful Halifax River; tlnest bicycle rOl\dllln the State. .
Proptletor.MKItlt.ITT
9 1 ERNEST L. CASWELL MaD'lStl'r.THE : .
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I ;: ,r r'h11, m BUCKINGHAM, St. Augustine, : (Men'IICM Island).

I Opposite Alcazar, Ponco de Leon and Casino, and among the date palms.
Nevins' Rivervie"m'II'
: c WAI. P. KENNEY, Munagcr. r
-.5 :Send: for booklet. CEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor.
L } MKRIUTT, FLORIDA. O.V INDIAN \1'IVKIK:: :
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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. On high pine land. Health, comfort and spm t. No better Hunting( and,
The St George Fishing In Florida..

)TEL ARAGON ATLANTA, GA.. ,. Mns. C. D. _TYLER, Owner and Mg'r. Open from January 15th, 1800. M. IJ. MA lION.
in i The Palace
Hotel of the I
South. ------------------------------ --
I American and European plans. We cordially Invite the patronage of the best Corner.of the Plaza and St. George Street. In the very center of the city. .. WEST PALM 11KAC
mercial, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located, only three blocks Strictly first-class in every respect. Hates: 2.60 per day and upward s
Union depot, at highest point in city and away from all noise dirt and smoke
Every modern Improvement known Special weekly and season rates.
i trains. to science. Cuisine unexcelled
ay hotel In the South. ;Free Bus meets all trains. Rates, American plan, Seminole Hotel 4
) to $4.50 per day; European plan, $1.00 to $3.00 per day. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
THE FLORIDA
GEO. W. COLLIER, Jr., Manager. t
] Capacity 250. HateR reduced from *i to (2 and OPEN ALL THE YEAR. .
$3 per day. A large, well appointed, admirably located hotel, giving: the com- WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.
forts and service without the cost of the more expensive ones. Elevator, tt
IlollaildATLANTA, GA Steam Heat, Hot and'Cold Baths, etc. Correspondence or .personal This hotel Is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to
e investigation may save you much. Open. until may. the railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel
Auburn Avenue. DR. T.' A. WORRALL, Manager. J. T SKILES Prop'r. with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00 per day an3 I
upwards; ,special rates ,by ,the week or month. .
I Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences. GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor _I

MRS. F. ,,A. VOORHEES, Proprietress, Algonquin Hotel.. .

[Rates, $1.00 to $1.50 per day. phone 1629. King Street;ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Tllfl P a I ms WEST 1'Al.bfIiEACII, FLA.

A 110 A llrst-clans hotel, situated on beautiful' J.akvVorth
e Refitted, newly furnished and under _, \ opposite Royal Polnclana. Elects 10 lights
JLITHIA SPRINGS, GA. ; new management Centrally located electric bells, baths( etc. $:J l, $2.50 and $3 per day.' Special rates by week. t"V
r iS near all points of Interest. ,Large s Overlooking The Palms, West Palm Beach, Fla.
I room for use of traveling men. -
LITIIIA SPRINGS GA. : Plaza and ..Monuments. A full

e Sieetwater[ t t Park. .Hotel t I, MOST BEAUTIFUL RESORT, HOTEL c.t ,from view of the the piazzas.ocean and Baths rolling, gas,breakers electric lUIAlUI.HOTEL .

AND GROUNDS 1
IN THE STATE. i
bells and a perfect of
Situated twenty miles west of Atlanta system sewerage.
on main line of Southern Railway. A
commodious, modern, high-grade hotel; steam heat; electric lights. Cuisine Rates: $2.00 to $2.50' per day. Special rates by the week; MIAMI MIAMI, Biscayne Hay, FLA.
unexcelled. The wonderful Bowden Lithla Spring and its health- Open all year. c. F. COX, Proprietor.
producing batlK Magnificent bath house In connection with hotel and ,
under the same roof. Turkish, massage, vapor, electric and needle.bath I. Pleasure gtpunds, extending flvit hundred\ feet to river; boating and fishing "
I Write for Illustrated Booklet. JAMES E. HICKEY, Proprietor, THE, ABBEY ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. eight hUbdred feet veranda. ,

Lithia Springs- Ga. Near the City Gates. St. George Street. ,A. R. THOMPSON, Propr. JOHN S. BOWEN, Manager. -
Dry atmosphere, beautiful drives, every facility for outdoor sport !

'Hot Sulphur Baths free to guests. Electric Bells. Rates, $2.00 per day.

Special rates by.the,week or season
JACKSONVILLE.E Hotel
Connolly MIAMI, FLORIDA.
LOCKWOOD A: TEAHEN, Proprietors. ,

ST. JAMES.JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Best $t.00. per day hbuso'ln the city. Special rates by the week

Dec. 18, 1898. PLAZA HOTEL, AUGUSTINE, FLA. O. P. HUNTINGTON,

| The St. James needs no introduction to visitors of Florida. From.'a small .i U .J.'l I ,Proprietor. jr
- [inning in 1869, the St James has increased in size and added to its appointts This hotel Is now ,open for ROOMS ONLY. It Is centrally located, near J. I
with increasing popularity the tourists' travel to Florida. Postoffice, Bank and Cathedral. MAGNOLIA' SPRINGS, FLA.
The location is unsurpassed, being o* the highest ground In Jacksonville, Rooms. 50cts to.$1.00,per day; '$1.50 to $0.00 per week. ,
nit the St. James Park. V. D.SANCHEZ, Manager.
Baggage; checked to all points. Magnolia Springs Hotel MAGNOLIA SPRINGS; FLA.,

Its music, as in the past seasons, will be furnished by Prof. Ed Prouty's Or- (St. Johns'River)., '
JBtra, and will be of the high grade. This house, as in the past, is under the PALATKA.: miles > '" .
south of Jacksonville
Twenty-eight by the Jacksonville\
nagement of J. R. Tampa A Key
Campbell, and everything will be done for the comfort and ,
.
West Railway and river steamers. Open fires In all looms. Steam heat.
sure of its
Address mail
guests. by or telegraph,
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Elevator. Pure spring water. No Well.
mosquitoes. kept golf, course.
J. R. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla. Graham Hotel PALATKA FLORIDA. Tennis, Shooting, Fishing, Boating, Drives' Swimming 'pool. 3.00and,, $4.00 ,

per day. O. .D, .SEAVEY,, Manager. \

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otel Plaeide JACKSONVILLE, FLA. The only Brick Hotel In town. Electric lights and bells. Open the year
round. Service strictly first-class. ,FRILLS OF FASHION.! Homrcpatliic .
I New Management. Rates: $2.60 per day and up. Special by the week or month, and to families. (
Many coate show bandimme
very ap-
Mns. M. L. BARNHART,
I Centrally Located. Most comfortable hotel In the city. All conveniences. plique braidings of the HOIUO shade as
| Unexceptionable cuisine. 'Bus meets all trains. Ample Sample Room accom- Proprietress &the cloth or of the cloth itaelf. Dyspepsia Powders.Cures

modations for Commercial men. Rates,'$2.50 per day. -- Pipings are to coutiuoe fashionable .
,! [ Conducted under the able and efficient management ofGEORGE OltBIOND. OD winter gowns, and good results are

( WILSON & CO.Travelers' obtained In satin velvet or ribbed silk. Indlgrstlqn, Sour Stomach, Emotions 4

Parisians favor deep inorvellleux for Belchlngs, Piles, Itching of
HOTEL GOQUINA ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA, FLA. elaborate gowus. It is as brilliant as Skin, LIver.Troubles, Palpitation
New tilk, as light muslin, as soft UH inrah
of the ,Heart, etc.
Hotel Open for the Winter Season. Fine Surf Bathing, Fishing and Wheeling. Ind is to bo had iu all the Dew shades. -

Management. Since big round and square collars
MRS. M. VANCE
Proprietor.; uucrrJoNIJ-A. ,
.. are a feature of autumn gowns, sets : ,. powder before meals

Ti SYDNEY HAIGH, Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. oonsiHtlug of a sailor Collar and broad and at bedtime
MELROSE HALL turned buck cuffs of maltose lace are in -
ORMOND, FLORIDA. .
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. vogue. Twenty Powdem, 25 cents
On the Halifax: River, and one mile from the Sea; situated in a grove of Wprd comes from Paris that the
THE BEST PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. -
$2.00 palms and live\ oaks. Interior .furnished with baths and heated by hot flounced skirt. is u thing of the past '
Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. water. First-class every respect. tbero, but EuglUh and American woman Depot:
.
Facilities for driving, boating and fishing. Terms moderate. will not accept this announcement,
SAMUEL M. D. t
Address: SCOBIE & LIPPINCOTT. slues they have just taken to it with EDEN '

loW enthusiasm. BROOKLYN, N. Y.
i, Roseland JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -rTITU8VIL -- Close fitting jackets of color ) mel 13-10: liushwlck Avenue

I ton, uotably Iu national blue, neuters'
and made like. dross
green cyruuo are
On your way South stop at Roseland. Three acres beautiful lawn, bowling
bodice rounded iu front
or habit being FREE
ys,i tennis court, croquet grounds and other amusements. Roseland must be I T I.A.N' RIVER -IOTEL, and having their toils out off square or

to be appreciated. If you come to Florida this winter, call and see us. The In'a slightly rounded style. CONSULTATIONwith i

of Jacksonville. Located on St. John's River. Take car at station. Tran- TITUSVILLE, The newest chatelaine is made of am

[>t rates, $2.00 per day; Special weekly rates. ber. The umbel clasp is mounted in our home treatment. We aro>

,cd MRS. A. M. VANHAAFTEN, Manager INDIAN RIVER, gold( and gold chains bold various amber physicians, and you get the benefitof

FLORIDA appendages-powder box, pencil our experience, No matter what 4I

) -- JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Opposite f parse mounted, mirror in gold, cto.-wblch'or silver gilded filigree also your trouble is, how simple qr how
TEL .
L OXFORD. St. James Hotel -'*.c-; J. G. BAST, work. hopeless, we can do you good, andIf
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we can't we will honestly tell you
A new make of cashmere is particularly
hk Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and r Manager. pleasing and attracts much Attention. so. Thousands of tired, weary, sick
homelike, and special efforts made to give all Oxford who stop trial at the when Oxford In a pleas-Jack- A It has on one fide a horizontal rib and hopeless people have been en
ant Give the a
IOn vllle.stay. Rates very reasonable. Open all the Year. And on the other a porpendlodlar rib tirely and permanently cured by I

MRS. M. 0. FINLEY, Propr. the lining being used with excellent
effect to make strappings and revere on COMPOUND
Only a few minutes I
walk from Railway stations severe gowns.The OXYGENWhy
FLA. ;
JACKSONVILLE, and steamboat land newest stock are quite original
e Andreu House, No. '818 Newnan St. 1nlta. and may be worn with any dressy bod- not take heart again and Investigate
On the banks of the loe. They are fasnoned) of corded or tbls great principle. We have
American and European. Rates, $1.00 per day. Rooms, without board, 50c.A _, far-famed Indian! River, tucked ,velvet and are rounded in front, thousands of testimonials. Send for ,
per day Special rates to permanent guest8. Street cars passing house St.oon- fastening to the collar band with a book on home treatment, wonderfulcures
fleet with trains and boatl. Ask conductor to atop at No. 318 Newnan stud, but they open in tbe back, and a
A, ANDREU, owner and Proprietor to the sick, etc., free.
D.
MRS ItOCILl DG E. lace, chiffon or net scarf is attached
,, long enough to go twice around the
and tie in bow in DRS. STARKEY & FALLEN
FLA.t neck a fluffy butterfly ,
JACKSONVILLE, ,
tel Roseland HOTEL INDIAN RIVER ROCKLEDGE, FLA.'Tbe'largest front-N w York Sun. ,
r Near Ostrich Farm. ., 1112 Girard St., 1'hlla., Pa.,
J
Not !. Ill* U...
On leading and best located hotel at this beautiful resort. Ot IT feb MOM.
your way North or South. "No," said tbe retired pugilist, tit.
Rates, $6 to $10 per woek. 75 Rooms at $3.00 per''day) 75 Rooms at 13.50 per day; 75 Rooms at f(.00 per ting down ponderously and sighing t
S. R. KNOX, Manager. day Special Weekly Ratea. heavily, "I'm too fat to ever fight again L. Chatter, Milton, Fla., write: "
1.1 c The only hotel at Rockledge with steam-Seated balls and sleeping rooms. fill! Bnafter put up a good scrap at 800, Have used Dr...M. A. Simmons Liver.
__ -- --_-. -- plant elevator cuisine Medicine 20 ; would be lost with.
a Electric light: and orchestra. Tbe perfection of and but .it i J. beyond me." Cincinnati Enquirer. years
aervice. Naphtha launches, I'LENTY OF ORANGES out It. It not only cures ,allrtjents, ..butla

The ADVOCATE, does neat, clean Job printing j "f 8. FROSKEY \ my family Is a preveutatlvo!.of diieue. ,











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N or rather a temperate climate. S.GROCERIES'. OAeeOJJJ:.
I COLD WEATHERUJN;F.LORIDA. ROBBINS &: GRAHAM ,

k'I' I r l / 1 1t I'A New Invention -;:Nave Orange'; and The night of WAVELAND.Feb.; 13th was, 4nUDlocky : FRUITS and VEGETABLES, ol All |

h I one for the Florida fruit S\n' > reezing. ,
Lemon Grovrw From ? and the damage to' the pineapple ...La. y bra. | |
growers .
Freezing, weather reached the East Industry alone was very great, -- TITUSVILLE, PLOItIDA
Monday morning, and continued the
Coast early almost enough to discourage growers STATE AND
t I t i until Tuesday morning!!:, when the in some places. With us the gardens WILL PRACTICE IN

g ville weather, !,Sunday began to afternoon moderate., about In Titus two suffered and picking badly,Is but still\ were going not on destroyed in- UNITED STATES COURTS. :EI: :E3eAC: &:, ::s O'

--- o'clock, quite a windstorm came up; less quantities. It seems to huvo been Groceries Grain. Hay Garden Seed, Fertilizers Staple & l Fancy Groceries
later it commenced to rain, and continued demonstrated in this and the other ,
1' BENJ. f. JEROME .. for several hours. The weather freeze of several winters ago that the Title Furnished And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,Cr
was quite warm, and It was a surprise to only sure crop that Is able to resist ABSTRACTS of Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River: dealing\ exclnsh: (

State Representative I'ENNSYLVANiA' many to find the temperature so low these occasional cold waves Is an orange Dade the above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit your'pa
In Brevard and
JlN: WOKKS CO.or when they woke up on Monday morning.The grove, and here we have the perfect for Lands Very truly E. L. BRADY & BRO., ;,
the Sale of (LOUIS HAS J;ENGINES whole East Coast Is said to have fruit and trees to prove that they can be
Counties.
y )fll'Iue1111; Stationary. been more or less affected by this blizzard I grown successfully and do not kill out
which brought the temperature of on our little neck of land as in many -
, ; Selling pent COLMAN ACETYLENE !Miami down as low as 22:! degree, killing other places. Lesley & Motlowy '
. GAS MACHINES. Safest, Cheapest nearly all the tender vegetables In that FORT PIERCE.: We have a large List ,
and Dent light for private dwellings section of Dade county. The tempera.
I 1\lIIll1lnrulI. ture of Titusville and neighborhood Is The last few days of cold weather has of Lands owned by (Successors to LOSLEY RENAKER & CO.)

said to have gone down to 19 degrees, damaged our pines very much. Am
.y For places, catalogues and estimates, killing all tender vegetables and injuring afraid we shall lose our crops ,for this ourselves and clients. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and

address, and killing many young orange trees. season.
eWe (! Bottled Ales and Stont. -----
BENT W. JEROME, An Inspection of several old orange 8EOA8TIAH. nciflOl 3S Beers --

Rocklcdge, Fla. "I'ovesln this section has proved that are glad to note that J. II. Harris Price for unimprovedlands A First-class Line of Cigars. *.. Billiard and Pool
damaged, and from the Tat
not severely
the trees are saved hIs Irish potato crop :
their owners are feeling quite elated over I cold Tuesday night by building fires on $3 to $100 Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to j jordors.

The Anhenser-Buscli Brewing Asso'lon. : the fact. I the north-west side. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Tltmviiy!>>,
of Florida no such ex- will\ of our
In the history The cold wave cause many per acre.
Furaoui St.Lout Keg and Bottled Beer.i treme cold weather as was experienced truckers to go out .of the business on
Monday Is recorded and while no very account of not being able to get the -
Bold I by Mem. Lonlejr Motlow, TltusYllle, Fla. serious results occurred, many experienced seed. WE have a .Tew Residence, Orange
Kla.
Hjr Mr. J.I) (:lrahlCocoa
By Mr. W.J.Tucker, Fort fierce, Fla. inconveniences, which were due to ROSELAND. Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable ,
being unprepared for the unwelcome People are preparing to plant beans A LESSON IN COO KI1p
...JOSEPH ZAPF... guest. In the suburbs many chickens again, as most of the garden truck was locations. Prices Reasonable.
i were reported frozen to death, and sev- killed during/ the Sunday and Monday A course dinner so as to have It dove

Wholesale Beer and Liquors eral domestic animals succumbed to the night's cold, although Monday after- S TITUSVILLE isfactorily, or in baking or roasting,
I cold. The freeze has seriously affected OFFICES {
beans at l
.
noon L. C. Moore was picking 1 and MIAMI.MILLINERY. be given the cook that uses one
and of oft /
the truck farmers owners orange The ;
Ercildoune plantation.
j West Bay Street, groves throughout the state, although sudden his place change, in the weather Sunday Steel Ranges, such as she never hap

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. there Is"ome controversy as to the real night and the weather forecasts received 1 fore. Flaky pies, light cakes and,

I extent of the damages, some contendingthat frightened some of the growers into baked breads, with a small con umptiOi
it Is not so bad as pictured. All
""- picking part of their oranges. They II coal, delights the housekeeper. Our s\
however that it of sufficient
HENRY R. THOMAS 'O agree, was unnecessarily lightened however, ..
were '1
severity to make it a most undesirable aa the oranges did not freeze. As far as of steel ranges,.cooking. and heating K.1
f LA VILLA PHARMACY and inconvenient visitation. correspondent can learn there has is worth looking at.'
,,,. The earliest authentic record of coldin your
been no damage done to fruit or trees and DRESSMAKING.
Florida In the 1760 just after
was year ,
tender shoots
all the new
Keeps Kinds of beyond nipping
Florida passed into the possession of and in places killing the bloom that C v. 4

Pore Drags, Fancy and Tone .Articles. England. On the night of Jan. 2 of that was out.some Guavas, limes, pineapples apd
all the
year the cold killed fruit trees, show
bananas in exposed places ajl signs
Prices to milt. Southern Home Mocking before hurt. '
of which were never
many White his thermometer JAS. PRITCHARD & SON
F. -
i of the cold. says
Bird! Food fresh every day, 25c. lb., The ground on that pight was frozen an iflJ A. ,
went down to degrees.
5-1 bs. *1. Inch thick along the banks of the St. lowest tem-
E. that the
, 801 Adams St., cor. Madison, John's river for 100 miles south of Jack perature Campbell he says recorded during Monday '., T1.1i-u.s'Vi.11e, Fly.
sonville.\ Bernard Roman's history of
JACKSONVILLE FLA. Some of the
night was 34 degrees. reports -
Florida says that on July 3, 1770 frost of low temperature received from
destroyed all tropical productions except
other points must be stretched or we ESTABLISHED. 1875.
The freeze which did the
For Sale, oranges. big especially favored. The big freezeof

damage Feb. 7, in 1835 the, early when days the of temperature Florida was at were'a there few years ago unfrozen also favored Roseland here, Wzxi..A.:: ,:E30-C-eS:: & C

Ten thousand acres Turpentine Land, many places indicated a half degree low as were oranges
In St. John's county, near transportation. than An- then.
er Sunday nl"bt-7 degrees.
cient records say of this 1835; freeze;1"A BOVINE. GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZE
Sixteen Thousand acres in one body, severe northwest wind blew for ten'daysIn Ice was seen in a great many places

near Titusville, on Indian River, well succession. The St. John's river was here on Monday and Tuesday.EAU 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, ,FLORIDA.
timbered. I frozen a fourth of Its width from shore. !
COUKTLAND BtJCKMAK, All kinds of fruit trees were killed to the QALLIK. ? We handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of L

22, Hogan street, ground. Once in 1850 the mercury descended Conscientious but too truthful thermometers Mall Orders .Jolicited.. Satisfaction Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright\
Jacksonville, Fla. to 10 degrees." registered 220 here Monday Guaranteed. dark at,wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
.... and
Several of our East Coast farmers are night. Beans, tomatoes guavas are Star Brand Fertilizer*-Guaranteed Analysis Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer Pant
beans. As Postmaster killed, but there is some doubt as to the Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds, Bone Nltrate*Soda, Muriate of Potash Sulphate Potash, Kalnlt etc. These fertlllzen bin!
"Sam Perkins Is Dyeing"Gentlemen's again planting soon as amount of damage the orange trees have superior in the market,and a trial will convince. Send for Cataiogee free |
Jones, of this place,' beard his Titusville Fla.
sustained. Fruit on the trees is probably -
beans killed J he Immediately wiredto
were
,
clothing Cleaned, pressedand frosted; young growing trees are
the'well known Heeds-
L. Cameron,
repaired. Dyeing all Its branches.Old doubtless badly injured, if not killed;
clothing made to look equal to new. several man of bushels Jacksonville arrived\ for by pore express.seed,Our arid but the older trees seem to have escaped MRS. DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE, The '"Ideal Hat Fastener."
All orders by mall or express promptly damage. Being forewarned, most
East Coast farmers like Bancho'sghosthard
are
attended 'to. Prices low.. Work good. people banked their trees. Mr. Ains-

Satisfaction guaranteed. to down.Superintendent Myers'of. the Florida worth kept fires burning in hIs grove ,TITUSVILLE, FLA. Bicyclists will m it a 9oC

SAM PERKINS, Cleaner- and Dyer division of the Southern Express Company Monday night. No one can' tell just .
Titusville, Fla. what the to pIne-
10 years In Sanford, Fla. with headquarters at Savannah yet will damage amount to oranges, but or careful' Board and Room, One Dollar Per Day. The most useful and ..alablel..e.uont pins required for lift
has received from '
reports every express bonnets.
judges '
claim that they are not badly In-
I, agent( In the state respecting the damage Great inducements to agents. Quick sales and large profits Send for pi'
General Merchandise Store for done by the recent cold wave. The reports jured.Bean are hard at work planting When in need of White and Rye Bread, ulars and circulrrs. Address "I. II. F," No. 700 South Pryor St.,
cover every section of the state, growers seed for fresh Pies, Cakes, etc., go to Mrs. Deisner's 5ST- Prompt attention given. Atlanta, Gi
Sale or Kent. and practically all of I It. They show new a crop. City Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses,

that all truck and vegetables have' been GEORGIANA.Thermometer hotels and families supplied.THE .

Has !good location, good patronage wiped out; nothing remains. Many of 2tf degrees at daylighton
and comfortable tenement also stock of the small truckers are left penniless. To All the
; Tuesday morning. orangesIn
goods and all fixtures, jptc., for store and aid them to make a crop this year this this vicinity that I know of were !MOST COMPLETEElectrical Chance of a. Life Time !
post office complete. Express Company and the railroadswill picked Monday before any damage was
Address, A. J. OLDS, p. H"Waveland \ probably furnish seeds free. Superintendent done to them. The trees apparently are House the
> :l.<'1a. Myers has started the move- not hurt except the young and tender Supply State.

reports ment, and hold the out roads the will hope join that it.the The orange growth that was budding under to bloom. .A magnificent property will be sold at a

groves have not! been seriously injured supposed Pineapple to plants be killed.not Acres cover of beansIn are ..THE JOHNSON LAW GOIn .. II ,

IODIN FOR SNAKE POISON- though several days must elapse all stages of growth from those just
before the truth will be known.TO ELECTRICIANS,
all
ING. coming up to those ready to ship are
SAVE ORANGE TUBES. killed. A. L. Bruner, W. D. Owen and Jacksonville Florida.
James Tuttle are the heaviest. losers in GENUINE BARGAIN.
Ch. Van Dulsburg of Palatka, sends Mr. W. II. McFarland, who. paid our I the bean '
crop.
the following to the Medical World, office a call yesterday, says he has an
Philadelphia, Pa.; apparatus for the protection of orange BANANA RIVER.

A short time ago I read In a Florida trees against freezes. lIe has given it Mr. Sherman Singleton, who was in About eight acres of Grove In as fine condition as any on Indian River, i

paper an article on "Snake Bites," by practical tests before several leadingmen town yesterday, informs us that the 4 taming a comfortable six room Cottage, large Cistern, and the finest Paj
of the state and has that
E. T. Brown, M. D., Leesburg, Fla., a proven tenderest growth on his young orange House In Brevard County.
with the ho and the heat-
well-known lie apparatus uses trees in his grove on the peninsula,
physician locally.
cup of melted lard is often recommended ,, saysa generating chemicals, he has discoveredthat south of Canaveral, were not injured in 4, Situated about midway between Rockledge and Cocoa; Convenient to j

for snake bites, and continues: he can keep an orange tree at a the late freeze. There are many others Churches, Stores, etc., of both.

I "A child, four years old, was bitten by a temperature of 34 degrees when it is on the east side of Banana river whose .t For further particulars, apply
rattler, and the wrist was much swollen. down to 13. degrees' on the outside of his trees are said to have been uninjured. f. toWALTER GOODYEAR,

I applied to the wound lodln, then protection.The
every ton minutes In water one drop gave of practical part of his Invention is .Dept. A., 3 to 7 W. 20th SI I IThe
this: The weight of his apparatus is York,
iodin on tongue for about one hour, New
then every half-hour, about ton to fifteen only 14 pounds for average size tree; ; NEAR & TAYLOR,
three men or boys can in three minutes -
drops in all. The child was well the
f
next day. A boy, fifteen years old, bIt. place the protection over a tree; In tonminutes' Artesian WellCONTRACTORS When In JACKSONVILLEVisit
ton bj a rattler in the leg, who could can give the tree 10 degrees '' r ,
hardly stand up, was also treated in this higher temperature than outside; In I the Clyde,
lialfsan hour 17 degrees and keep it = C3T"The
manner, increasing dose to two drops.
I
I I ,
f
Ho was well next day. A bitten theN all night; the amount of .fuel he
and unable to cow uses for the tree, per plght, cost about Edison LaLande cell, type "V," for finest SALOON in the South.
get up, was given ten-drop 1} cents. i Eau Gallic, Fla marine gas engine Ignition.
doses the
f n tongue. Reported next
day as feeding again and about Now, if this is as Mr. McFarland b
I am no doctor, but take Interest in claims, and ho invites Investigation, it Is The best liquors that money canof
what I think benefits mankind. If phy. certainly a godsend to Florida. To start '
with, the protection apparatus costs Jacksonville Builders' ,
sicians would experiment on this remedyand Supply Company.
make results known, it would re per tree, Ill: ; the I growers cannot tlnti all the favorite brands constantly on hand.
dound to the benefit of mankind. the capital. Mr. McFarland\ thinks he ,
can form a company, to furnish capital SMITH & MUERSCH, rroprlet
and then make ten-year contracts with $-u.1.J.Cl1.n.g: :$rioI.SidowcU ...

DEATH OF MAJOR growers to protect a certain number of ]. .. :EJr1.o1.E.: .. y
HARKIS- trees for them, his to receive
company 'V1.1ir1.fJ.oCl and JPloro :EJr1.o1.E. .
: : .. 2IJEWELED
one-third of the from such
HEIMER. crop trees so CgLE4LI
protected. That makes the grower's and 3QjjLaoa.o.: WATCHES

company's Interests a* one. Ooxxxozxt.Flcusrtox: : : ,
Maj. William J. Harklsheimer died at .. *.
lils residence in Jacksonville at 3 o'clock Our down-river ,correspondeuts have ; Diam
Sunday morning, after a painful illness, the following to say about the late severe La,1ihs And: Shiraglols.Sowor : : .Jewelry
covering several months. The announcement cold weather: Pipe oto.; oto.; ,

friends will bring sadness to hundreds of )lIAMI. Write or call and you will\ be pleased with the prices Souvenirs Wedding Rings and ;
,
throughout Florida, who have M
The dropped to 22 degrees tar 5
mercury
known and honored hIm the on 20 Laura St. JACKSONVILLE ,
for thIrty. Tuesday morning, and nearly all the FLA.
three For months years of he his bad residence been suffering in this State.fromA vegetables this section are killed. Our d ti' JEIIL&Y FINE WITCH and JEWELRY REP
people feel sorry for the truckers who $
not cancerous affection of the bowels, and spent considerable money in trying to E. A. WADDELL ILV A SPECIALTY
weeks since he
many went to Baltimore raise vegetables. It Is a sad. blow to .
I
to obtain the relief that might them. Still It relay not occur again In Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one>ay. R. J. BIlln J
come from an operation. Not realizing Miami City and Dade County -
the Import of the decision that pronounced fifty years 223 W, Bay St., JAcsSoNVnANDREW
JUrlTKU.
the time past when such
measures -
could bring help Freezing weather on Tuesday mornIng Real
or prolong; life, be Estate Bureau.
returned to his home, where he remained the 14th, which destroyed vegetables LOS LEY.
up to the time of his death. lIe seemednot and greatly Injured bananas; and ...
tQ realize his condition but lived pineapples. Orange! lemon and other .
,
for tual weeks recovery.In the expectation of an even that fruit were trees closely apparently'covered uninjured.escaped Injury.Crops A Select List of BAY BISCAYNE PROPERTY, City Lots Fruit and, Vegetable WATCHMAKER and JEWS

'", Major HarkUheimer was born Jan. JENSEN Tracts of all sizes for Iniestments. Phosphate and Orange Grove Lands on A

11th, 1838, at Philadelphia lIe wasmarried The recent cold weather has been the West Coast. Titusville i Florida.
in 18G8 to Miss ,
Jennie E. Crane, coldest ever known here, and pineapplesand
of YonkertN. Y., who survive him. vegetables are all frozen, with the For Correspondence enclose stamps Agent for (CHAFFEK'B: DRUG STORE.) ,
Of four children, two survive him Howard exception the Jew that were under ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS Having been connected with some of the biggest watch and clock factoP'Geneva
,E. and Mattie R., the wife of George cover. There Is no use trying to raise Fertilizers, Chicago, Ill Chicago, 111. SwItzerland, I am prepared to attend,to all kinds of repairing aDd .
II. Richards. tropical fruits in a semi-tropical climate fug connected with watches clocks jewelry etoIf want 'good J JR Job
Avenue D, over .Bank, MIAMI, FLORIDA. .. lend me your work. > you *










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I WEATHERiljN' U.N' ;.f FLORIDA.' ( or rather a temperate climate. ROBBINS & GRAHAM] ,

COLD ). ., wAVELAYD, GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All Kin
,
To Nave to range and The night of Feb; 13th was an .unlucky ,
A New In rent Florida fruit nod,'vegetable Glass and Tinware. Your patronage; Solicited\
one for the ; .. Crockery,
.Lu.'vcrporss.
from frttirlng.: ..
Lemon Orntff growers, and the damage to' the pineapple FLORIDA.
Freezing weather reached the 1 East industry alone was very great, TITUSVILLE,

I' Coast early Monday morning, and continued almost enough to discourage the growers PRACTICE IN STATE AND
until Tuesday morning, when the in some places. With us the gardens WILL
d weather began; to moderate. In Tlttis- suffered badly, but were not destroyed UNITED STATES COURTS. =. :seAO: &:, :seO.
I i vlllc, Sunday afternoon, about two and picking is still going on In
f H -- o'clock, quite a windstorm came up; less quantities. It seems to have been GrocerIes, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries, iAnd F Fp

later it commenced to rain, and t continued demonstrated in this and the other Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay Bran, Cotton Seed Meal. Gro
Il ; ; BENJ. W. JEROME,.. for several hours. The weather freeze of several winters ago that the ABSTRACTS of Title Famished Food and Wheat. We are the onlyjuouse on Indian River: dealing exclusively
and surprise to able resist
f was quite warm, It was a only sure crop that Is to iineofgoods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patron
;
'j Stato Ucprcncnlallvo PENNSYLVANIA many to Und the temperature so low these occasional cold waves Is an orange, for Lands in Brevard and Dade the above Very truly, Eo L. BRADY do DRO., Tttusvllle, p
k IRON: WORKS CO.or when they woke up on Monday morning. grove, and here we have the perfect
the Sale of (ULOIIK; OAS ENGINES: The whole East Coast is said to have fruit and trees to prove that they can 1 be Counties.
t. been more or less affected by this blizzard successfully and do not kill out
t'l Wuriue ate) :stationary. which brought the temperature of on grown our little neck of land as in many, & Motlow: -
Selling Agent COLMAN ACETYLENE: Miami down as low as 2l: decreed killing other places. Lesley .
.. GAS MACHINES Safest, Cheall-| nearly all the tender vegetables In t that FORT PIERCE. We have a large List

1 I eat and I lent light for private dwell section of Dade county. The temperature of cold weather has (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
last few days
of Titusville neighborhood Is The of Lands owned by
! i. Ings I\urlItnrclI said to have gone down to 19 degrees; damaged our pines very much. Am Brands of Wines Brandies Rums Gins and Whist
Domestic !
I'., and tl mates afraid we shall lose our crops for this, Foreign and ,
!,, For pries, catalogues c killing all tender vegetables and injuring ; ourselves and clients.;

r P If address, and killing many young orange tree season. M1 "" S Bottled Beers, Ales and Stoat.
"
, m XJ. W JEROME, An Inspection of several old orange SEBASTIAN. unimproved
I Uocklcdge' Flu. "I'ovesln this section has proved that We are glad to note that J. IT. Harris Price -for A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tabli
I the trees are not severely damaged, I and saved his Irish potato crop from the and careful attention
given
solicited. Prompt; to
I', elated tires on lands $3 to $100 Family and hotel trade is 111
their owners are feeling quite over cold Tuesday night by building order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Tltusville]
must accompany
Asso'lon the fact. the north-west side. ordors. Cash
Anheoser-Basch Brewing
The In the history of Florida no such extreme The cold wave will cause many of our, per acre.

FumouS. l..nllh Keg and Uottlolilleer. cold weather as was experienced truckers to go out ,of the business on -
Monday Is recorded, and while no very account of not being able to get the
r f & Motlow, Tltunrllle, 1 Fla. WE have a few Residence, Orange;

Bold 1 by M !M. Ixmlejr serious results occurred, many experienced seed.
.
lly Mr. J. I).Crahli: ,Cocoa, Kla.lly duo desirable
which to In
1r Mr. W.J.Tucker, Fort fierce, Fla.fJ inconveniences, were ROSELAND. Grove and Pineapple Properties A LESSON IN COOKING
c cj
;
for the unwelcome 11 1
1' being unprepared People are preparing to plant beans locations. Prices Reasonable.
...JOSEPH ZAPF... guest. In the suburbs many chickenswere again, as most of the garden truck was A course dinner BO as to have It done:J
frozen to death, and several Mondanight's '
reported the Sunday and
killed during
> ; domestic animals succumbed to the cold although Monday afternoon S TITUSVILLE Isfactorily, or in baking or roasting, Wholesale Beer and Liquors, cold.; The freeze has seriously affectedthe L. C. Moore, was picking beans at OFFICES -. 1 and MIAMI.MILLINERY.. II be given the cook that uses one of oe

truck farmers and owners of orange his place, Ercildoune plantation. The Steel Ranges; such as she never had i

Went Hay Street, groves throughout the state, although sudden change in the weather Sunday fore. Flaky pies, light cakes and *"e|
there is.some controversy as to the real weather forecasts received
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. night and the baked breads, with a small
contending H consumption
.
extent of the damages, some frightened some of the growers Into
that it Is not so bad as pictured. All picking part of their oranges. They II coal delights the housekeeper. Our Bit

1f '''r HENRY R. THOMAS" agree; however, that it was of suf lelovetity were unnecessarily frightened however, ... i 'I of steel ranges,,cooking. and heating: stov
to make It a most undesirable an the oranges did not freeze. As far as is worth looking at.'
VILLA PHARMACY and Inconvenient visitation. correspondent can learn there has
..,.LA The earliest authentic record of cold been your no damage; done to fruit or trees and DRESSMAKING.
In Florida was In the year 1700,just after beyond nipping the tender, new shoots w "
Ii; 'v Keeps, all Kinds of Florida passed into the possession of and In some places killing the bloom that + I.\
England.; On the night of Jan. 2 of that and
limes pineapples
and Toilet Articles was out. Guava, ,
Pure Drugs, Fancy year the cold killed all the fruit trees, bananas In exposed places ajl) show signsof JAS. PI ITCH .RD & SON
.l Prices to Hult. Southern Home MockIng many of which were never before hurt. the cold. F. White says his thermometer ,
::1 Bird Food fresh every day 25c. lb., The ground; on that plght was frozen an went down to 30 degrees.. A.
t 1 [,- *1. inch thick along the banks of the St. E. Campbell says that the. lowest temperature T1.'tus-vj,1.1e, F'1a.
1 ? John's river for 100 miles south of Jack Monday
801 Adams. :St., cor. Madison, he recorded during
lIOn v lIIe. Bernard Roman's history of Some of the reports
JACKSONVILLE FLA.. night was 34 degrees.
,
.
I Florida says that on .July 3, 177G frost of low temperature received from
destroyed all tropical productions except other points must be stretched or we ESTABLISHED 1875.
The big freeze which did t the favored. The big freezeof
oranges.
For Sale, were especially
M,{I'' damage; In the early days of Florida was a few years ago also favored Roseland, \/\rtCl.. .Lis. ,::SO-C-eS & CO)
Feb. 7, 1835, when the temperature at there were unfrozen oranges here
as
'2 ; Ten thousand acres Turpentine Land, many places indicated a half degree lower
s ;, In St. John's county, near transportation. than Sunday night-7 degrees. AncIent then.; BOVINE. / ; GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZER]
records say of this 1835; freeze: "A --4 __ ,
Sixteen Thousand acres In one body, severe northwest wind blew for tend. Ice was seen in a great many places i 0 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
t L near Tltusvllle, on Indian River, well In succession. The St. John's river wasfrozen here on Monday and Tuesday.


timbered. a fourth of Its width from shore. EAU OALLIE. .. FJ t We handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hal

{; COUKTL.AND BCCKMAN, All kinds of fruit trees were killed to the Conscientious but too truthful the, Mall Orders Solicited. Satisfaction Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat Grits, Meal Cotton Seed Meal, both bright a|
tl '. 22, Hogan street,Fla. ground. Once in 1850' ( the mercury descended mometers registered 22 here Monday Guaranteed. dark at,wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
Jacksonville, ; to 10 degrees." Beans, tomatoes and guavas are Star rand Fertlllzen-Guaranteed Analysts Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer PanGmaBone.
{ n"Sam Several of our East Coast farmers are cued, but there is some doubt as to the Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds, Nitrate'Soda Muriate ot POta8hi convince.Sulphate Potash Send for Kalnlt Catalogue etc.free.These fertilizer have
and
,
beans. As soon as Postmaster superior In the market a
again planting have
the trees
amount of damage orange
PerkliH la Dyeing. heard 1 his ( Titusville, Fla.
this
Jones, of place, sustained. Fruit on the trees is probably
' beans were killed, he immediately wired frosted growing trees are
and Gentlemen's clothing Dyeing in Cleaned all Its branches., pressed to L. Cameron, the'well known seeds doubtless badly; young injured, if not killed; Fastener."
repaired. arid "Ideal Hat
seed
of Jacksonville, for The
man more to have escaped
1, Old clothing made to look equal to new. several bushels arrived by express. Our but the damage.older, trees Being seem forewarned, most IRS. DEISM'S BOARDING HOUSE. ,
All orders by mall or express promptly
like Bancho'sghost
l low.. Work good. East Coast farmers are people banked their trees. Mr. Ains- TITUSVILLE FLA..
Prices ,
, 4 Satisfaction attended to.guaranteed. -hard to down.Superintendent worth kept tires burning in his grove Bicyclists will find it a Boo
as of the Florida
,
and Myers Monday night. No one can tell just -
Cleaner Dyer,
t, SAM PERKINS, division of the Southern Express Co tn- what the damage to oranges or pineapples out. No hat pins required for hats <
Titusville, Fla. with headquarters at Savannah, yet will amount to, but careful Board and Room, One Dollar Per Day The most useful and salable invention'
10 in Sanford Fla. Eany bonnets.
years reports from every express judges claim that they are not badly in Great inducements to agents. Quick sales and large profits. Send for parti

agent In the state respecting the damage jured. When in need'of White and Rye Bread, Liars and circulrrs. Address, "I. II. F," No. 700 South Pryor St.,
the cold wave. The reports
General Merchandise Store for done by recent Bean are hard at work planting Deisner'sCity attention Atlanta, Ga.
cover every section of the state, growers Pies, Cakes, etc., go to Mrs. Gl Prompt given.
.
., Sale or Itcnt. and practically all of it. They show new seed for a fresh crop.GEORGIAN Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses,

,;t 3 that all truck and vegetables have' been. A.Thermometer hotels and families supplied.

wiped out; nothing remains. Many of 2(1( degrees at daylight
location, good patronage
Has good
t and comfortable tenement; also stock of the small truckers are left penniless. Toaid Tuesday morning. All the orangesin Chance of Life Time !

,'Ir, goods and all fixtures, jptc., for store and Express them to Company make a crop and this the year railroads this picked this Monday vicinity before that any I know damage of were was THE MOST COMPLETE: a.
otllce
i post Address,complete.A. J. OLDS' p. M., will probably furnish seeds free. Superintendent done to them. The trees apparently are Electrical Supply House In the
Myers has started the movement not hurt except the young and tender State
Waveland l7a.f134 ,
I, and the roads will join it. The growth that was budding to bloom. .A magnificent property will be sold at a a.,
reports hold out the hope that the orange Pineapple plants not under cover are .THE JOHNSON LAW CO. II
groves have not!been seriously I Injured supposed to be killed. Acres of beansin

IODIN FOR SNAKE POISON- though several days must elapse all stages of growth: from those just ELECTRICIANS,
before the truth will be known. coming up to those ready to ship are all

ING. TO SAVE ORANOE TREKS. killed. A. L. Bruner, W. D. Owen and Jacksonville Florida. GENUINE BARGAIN.About
James Tuttle are the heaviest losers inthe .
y'' Oh. Van Dulsburg of Palatka, sends Mr.\ W. II. McFarland, who paid ourofllce bean crop. '
the following to dlb Medical World, a call yesterday, says he has an
Philadelphia, Pa.; apparatus for the protection of orange BANANA RIVER. eight acres of Grove In as fine condition as any on Indian River co)
I trees against freezes. He has given it Mr. Sherman Singleton, who was in Tackis
A short time ago I read in a Florida practical tests before several leadingmen town yesterday, informs us that the a talning( a comfortable six room Cottage, large Cistern, and the finest

I paper an article on "Snake Bites," by of the state, and has proven that, tenderest growth on his young orange House' in Brevard County. ,
t L. T. Brown, M. D., Leosburg, Fla., a with the apparatus ho uses and the boa trees in his grove on the peninsula, Situated about mid-way between Rockledge and Cocoa; Convenient to t t.j
physician well-known locally. lIe says generating chemicals, he has discoveredthat south of Canaveral: were not injured inthe
Stores etc. of both.
' a cup of melted lard is often recommended he can keep an orange tree at a late freeze. There are many otherson Churches, ,
j for snake bites, and continues: temperature of 34 degrees when it Isdown the cant side of Banana river whose a't For further particulars, apply toWALTER
I Isl "A child, four years old, was bitten by a to 18 degrees on the outside of his trees are said to have boon uninjured. GOODYEAR,
rattler, and the wrist was much swollen. ltectlon. Dept. A., 3 to 7 W. 29th St.,
; i I applied to the wound iodln, then gave The practical part' of bin Invention i isthis New York, X.
' every ten minutes In water one drop of : The weight of his apparatus I isonly
,. iodln on tongue for about ono hour, 14 pounds for average size treejthree ; NEAR & TAYLOR, -
--- -------- -- -
1. then every half-hour, about too to fifteen men or boys can in threo minutes
1 drops in all. Tho child was well the place the protection over a tree; in ton Artesian WellCONTRACTORS When in JACKSONVILLE
d1 next: day. A boy, fifteen years old, bit minutes' can give; the tree 10 degrees + f : ; :1') The Clyde'
1 4l ton by a rattler In the leg, who couldhardly higher temperature than outside; In : Visit the rar-
: stand up, was also treated In this !Italian hour 17 degrees, and keep I it .: ,
r14 t;
; manner, increasing dose to two drops. ther'* all night; the amount of fuel heuses $ fit Edison LaLande cell, type "V," for The finest SALOON in the South.
Ho was well next day. A cow bitten, for the tree, per plght, cost about Eau Gillie Fla. marine engine ignition.
gas
1 doses and unable.on the to get tongue.up, was Reported given"ten-drop next: 11 Now cents., If this Is as Mr. McFarland The best liquors that money can li)n|

:' day as feeding again and about. claims, and he invites I Investigation\ it I Iscertainly
j r I am no doctor, but take interest in godsend to Florida. To startwith ,

what I think benefits mankind. remedy the protection apparatus coatitree Jacksonville Builders' Supply Company. of all the favorite brands constantly on hand.
sicians would experiment on this per tt.he: } growers cannot lint
and make results known, It would redound the capital. Mr. McFarland, thinks hecan SMITH & MUERSC1I, Proprietor
to the benefit of mankind. L form a company, to furnish capital,
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and I then make ten-year contracts with, :Building: : :EJr1.ok.S1.d.o .

growers to protect certain number 01troes n1.k :$r1.ok.V1.'tr1.f1od. ;
i DEATH OF MAJOR HARKIS- for them, his company to receiveonethird : and: F1.ro :Br1.ok. 2IJCWCLED. CLOCKS
l of the crop from such trees soprotected. r WATCHES ,
LI..D1o. ,
HEIMER. :
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That makes the grower's and #
company's Interests as one. Oonaoxrt.Xjn.tla.j9: : .

Maj. William J. Harklsheimer died at .. P1.ns'tor. a.areJeWelry Diamonds
t y Ms residence in Jacksonville at 3 o'clock Our down-river correspondents have nxid: Shl.n.g1.os.So : ,

1 Sunday morning, after a painful illness, the following to say about the late severe or IFM-ipo, oto., oto. W'
cold weather: Soaralrs Wedding Rings and
covering several months. The announcement -
with the ,,, ,
will\ bring sadness to hundreds of .IAMI. Write or call and you will be pleased prices. lob S M

friends throughout Florida, who have The mercury dropped to 3'2: degrees; onTuesday 20 Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
known and honored him for the thirty. morning, and nearly all thevegetables FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REP
three years of his residence in this State. In this section are killed. Our; SIIYFJt1NAR
For month he had been suffering from people feel sorry for the truckers whospent A spECIALTy.
a cancerous affection of the bowels, and considerable money in trying to E. WADDELL ,
!' not many weeks since be went to IJalti- raise vegetables. It Is a sad blow tothem. Spectacle and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one'>ay. R. J- RIL '

L more to obtain the relief that might Still It may not occur again in Miami City and Dade County 223 W. Bay St., JACESONVILLE,
coma from an operation. Not realising fifty years.
the Import of the decision that pronounced JUPITER.

the time past when such measures Freezing weather on Tuesday mornIng Real Estate Bureau.
could bring help,or prolong life, be the 14th, which destroyed vegetables I ANDREW LOS LEY....
returned to his home, where be remainedup and greatly Injured bananas andpIneapples. .

not to tQ the realize time of his his condition death. He but seemed lived fruit trees.apparently Orange, uninjured.lemon and Crops other A Select List of BAT BISCAYNE PROPERTY, City Lots, Fruit and Vegetable WATCHMAKER and JEWEL

for weeks recovery.In the expectation of an eventual that t were closely'covered escaped injury Tracts of all sizes for Investments. Phosphate and Orange Grove Lands on: A

'Major Ilarklsbelmer was born Jan. JENSEN. Titusville, Florida.
.Ai'.r cold weather has been thecoldest West Coast._ _
llth, 1838, at Philadelphia He was The recent (CHArrEK'8 DRUG STORE.)

i married In 1868 to Miss Jennie E. Crane him., and ever known are all here frozen, and,plneappleevegetables with theexception For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for Having been connected with some of the biggest watch and clock factor
survives
Y. who AIRMOTER WIND MILLS
of Yonkert.N. that undercover ARMOUR A CO. Geneva, Switzerland I am prepared to attend to all kinds of repairing
of the were d
him How. few
Of four children, two survive Fertilizers Chicago 111. Chicago, III. connected Josend
' It. the wife of George There la no use trying to raisetropical Ing with watches, clocks, Jewelry, etc. If you want a'gOOd
'l and Mattie
ard.E ,
II. Richards. I fruits in a semi-tropical climate, Avenue D, over,Bank, MIAMI, FLORIDA. me your work.'INDIA .

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