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Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 24, 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: UF00075918:00008
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L 17. NO. o. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY FEBRUARY, 94, 1800._ PRICE, t'



OCAL NEWS J3TBOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc.-a nice as- F. W. BEERS, OF ST. AUGUSTINE,, -Mr. John Cassidy, of Brooklyn, N. FOR MIAMI'S BENEFIT. AMONG THE HOTELS.
sortment at Screven's Drug Store, Fla., has the largest line of Bicycles Y., who owns an orange grove at Mer- -
Titusville.\ and Sundries in the State. Write him ritt. is In town He has been on a trip -
Topics of General Interest. for prices on new '00 models.Mr. to Cuba. The bill to amend the statutes In re- WHKUK to stop. See list of hotel on
i ration to the Immediate transportationof our 7th and 8th page,
-Read the article on the Florida In- -Mr,, Fred Aldildgo: of Brooklyn, dutiable goods, by extending the prix h
dian on our 2nd N. Y., who has been cruising In his Manager Henry W. Merrill\ of the
THE ADVOCATE, page. and Mrs. B. W.. Currier Miss Icgcs of the first unction to the port of ,
yacht ns far as Jupiter, arrived at Titus MiamI, Fla. has been passed by both loyal Palm, Is becoming a very enthusiastic
In advance. -Attorney Oeorgo M. Robbins paid Helen[ Currier and Master Donald Cur
annum
((1-50 per ,
ville last evening Houses ani Is now before the President golf player, and makes Ibis mark at
Ie Jacksonville\ visit rier of Mass at Hotel '
1.00 six months, a on Wednesday. Lynn are again ho 'il t I
2.00 an. to foreign countries. Ormond for the season Mr. Currier -Mr. Chns. Dwyer, son ofo Mr. Michaelf. for his approval. There Is great rejolc- game every tlmo.
per -Attorney C. T. McCarty, of Ankona, owns a fine orange: grove at Ormond,, Dwyer, of Brooklyn, who owns Hotel Ing In Miami over tho prospective appropriation The Inn and tho Royal Potnctann'
returned home on Wednesday, after a just north of the hotel. Indian River, Rorkledgo, was married In of 1,000,0(10) for the Improve- Palm Reach, are entertaining one hunIrod ;
Reading notice ads. .are ten cents trip to Daytona.Mr. Chicago on Monday.Mr. ment of Biscayne Hay. It was soon per cent more guest now than at
-Mr: II. M. Flagler, Mrs. E., M. Ash- wised around that the river and harbor
hoe on this page. L. C. Massey a prominent attorney and ho same tlmo last winter
Mrs. O. Lowther, Miss\ RitaM.
hey (his cousin), Miss S. G. Keenan, Miss bill had been completed and Miami had
Judge M. S.,Jones paid, a visit to St. of Orlando and was in town part of Pomroy and Mr. C. D. Dolce, assistant Lowther and Miss Clara G. Lowther been remembered. Wo believe $100,000 A special feature of the Washington
e i on Friday last. Wednesday Thursday.Mr. secretary. to Mr. Flngler, returned to of New York, left here, last night/ for Is to be spent this year on Improving tho llrthdny celebration at Hotel Indian ,
Eugene S. Randall, after spendIng Palm Beach Tuesday, after spending the Royal Polnciana, Palm Roach. >ay. River, was tho yachting trip of those

everal articles of interest will boon some time at Melbourne and other about a week in Nassau, N. P. -Mr. George/ R. W. Armed, of New It Is now in order for our representatives stopping\ at tho hotel, who on this oc-

d our inside pages. points, has returned to Boston, where -Capt. Benj. Hogg, owners! of" the York, a well-known tarpon fisherman, to do something for Tituuvlllo\ \ or the guests of the manager. 1i

|Mr. Henry Wattpn, of Clifton,was in the ADVOCATE follows. fine schooner-yacht E. C. Lawrence, is Informs us that he will remain at tho Canaveral; or, better still, wo would Hotel Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach, i

i a day or BO this week. -Banyan, Waveland, Melbrurne, Day- still\ at Miami, cruising on the waters of Royal>alm until) its close He will then like to see Mr. Flngler have workshops wan crowded with tourists last Saturday. !

|Mrs. R.'D. Hoke, of Jensen, paid a tona and other items arrived here too Bay Biscayne. Mrs. Hogg Is also at probably visit! Ormond. erected at this place. Wo hope people An ADVOCATE representative "t* told
fall ono-anothcr their
; to Melbourne on Monday.Mr. late for insertion in this issue. Will. appear Miami where she is becoming quite an -Hon. Henry L.'Parkorof Fort Drum, will taste not to do something over for this most In ad- there wero 800 guest In tho iu'el, and
in our next. expert bicycle riderCommodore our recently-elected representative for that they were turning them : from
H. Julius Smith returned to vantageously-placed town on Indian good .
tho Inn. It shows what hotel
kledge, from Fo'mpton Lakes, N. J., -Mr. Chas. Hall, of New York, is a John S. Dickerson, of irevard and Dade counties, arrived In River. management can do. '
unday last. veteran fisherman stopping at The Inn, the New York Yacht Club was a passen town yesterday and was the guest of

Palm Beach. He surprises the guestsat ger on last Saturday's train. He In'ormed Fudge M. S. Jones. THE GOVERNOR OF THE BAHAMAS Mr. Wm. MoAullffo, tho affable and +
f Col. Crocker, of the steamboat com- the number of fish he catches.Mr. us he was on his way to the Royal -Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Rich, of Boston, popular chief clerk at Hotel Royal>alm, '
r paid Ankona and other down-river Poinciana, Palm Beach, where he Mass. are guests at the Hotel Indian AT PALM BEACH. I Miami, IR I a member of the firm of Dur-
Pennlnan well known !
Sts a visit the first of the week. George a would remain Borne time. liver gin & Co., who BO successfully manage
Rockledge. They'Ipeak
(District Attorney Harris, of Keyt New Palm Yorker, Miami, still, and remains manages at the to Royal make -Mr. Ed. Byron Dunsheo, of Boston, highly! of the Hotel and our sunny land On Wednesday morning Palm Bench the cozy and homo-llko Sinclair hotel at
in Miami last Sunday shak- makIng This lady and gentleman have been mak- was all enfttf owing to tho arrival of Bethlehem, White Mountains, N. II.,
was flora with
some good catches of tish. )(ass., Is down [ a party, -
hands with his many friends. a tour of the East Coast. Mr. ng an extensive tour of the East Coast. Sir Gilbert T. Carter, K. C. M. 0., governor luring the summer. ,This house 1m accommodations I
Gen'l. Supt. W. B. Coffin of the J., DUDl hee. is well known both in They leave at the end of the week for all of the Bahamas, and his charming for .100 guests/ and U I
[Remember, S. B. Miller\ & Co., of T. & K. W. Ry., Mr. Spencer, train Florida and Cuba, and all whip know points of Interest south. laughter, Miss Carter. Sir Gilbert I Is a well patronized during the hot season _I

York, are still soliciting shipmentssh. master, and Mr. Thorpe, road master, this gentleman speak highly of him. whole-souled gentleman, and I Is very Hotel Connolly U .ono of the neat- ;
Read their ad. on 4th very -Mr. C. F. Naething, Mr. and Mrs.
page. arrived here on Monday last. They much loved by Ilahamlans. The ADVOCATE oat little hotels in Miami. !lr. and Mrs.
[Mr. Frank E. Bond, of the Bond were on an inspection of the above road. -Col. W. S. Proskey, of Governor I W. L. Mitchell and Miss Nettle Mitchell, was the first paper i Ion the East O. I'. Huntington, tho able proprietor,
Jloxham's[ was a pleasant caller at of New York, arrived hero early Sunday: his to tho I"!
: staff Coast to publish appointment
in from. hi wife have tho
Friday and
tiber Co. was town genial reputation
-Mr. Ewing Rice who is now acting) as last for the of takinga
morning ,
the ADVOCATE office last Friday. lIe purpose which he now holds tho news f
31 I Saturday, when he left for DeLand. deputy marshal, is doing good work in cruise on the house-boat, Rosa Marie. high post and knack of not only pleasing their rl!
the of Inspecting
arrived in town for purpose having come to us through the courtesyof
the Inner but'
supplying man
and Eaton of Bos- capturing "hoboes" who happen to stay Mrs. and Miss Mitchell will spend sometime guest by II
Messrs. the Indian River
Raymond the arms of Sir Wm. Hayne Smith, the late governor also preparing for them a good clean, I
will leave for here. Some of them have been at work at Hotel Plaza Rockledge, while ,
that ,
inform us they Guards, and left for Rockledge; the same whom\ we had the pleasure of comfortable bed and bed-room where
esia, on the Banana River, this week. on our streets, this week, digging evening.We. ilessiB.. Nnelhlng and Mitchell, with mowing personally.Mr. visitor and I
tho rest
may recuperate
ditches.Mr.. Prof. John Laflin are on a hunting and weary
Henry M. Flagler) : whoso guest; hes In comfort after their long
-Miss Elsie Smith, after spending a acknowledge, with thanks, Invitations journeyto
| days with her parents at Rockledge, C. D. Provost, of Lotus, accompanied to attend the Washington celebrations fishing trip. with his usual courtesy, met the tho land of sunshine and flower
rued to Stetson University, DeLand, by Mrs. W. BIsbee and Miss at Hotels Royal.Polnciana, -Mr. J. G. Bennett and his sister, governor and his daughter on their arrival ball '
fonday. May Black; visited Titusville on Satur- Palm Beach; Royal Paim, Miami; and Mills Bennett, of New York, after spending at Miami, from Nassau, and escorted Tho at Hotel Indian River, on
day's steamer,' returning; the same day. Alcazar Casino St. Augustine also the ; a couple of weeks at tho Park hotel them m his private car to Palm Beach Tuesday evening, wns largely attended
[ Mr. J. J. Jacob, of Wheeling, West Mr. Provost gave the ADVOCATE' office a dance at Hotel ,Indian River, at; Rock- Ponce Park, are now at the New Rock- : whore they will bo his guest for the by the residents of Rockleugo and Cocoa, ''
left Miami for Cuba last Sunday pleasant call while in town. ledge hotel, Kocklodge, where they have next week or so. and the guest of neighboring hotels. A
it, on a short visit. He will soon re- ledge, on Tuesday evening. friends. Mr. Bennett Is one of tho British and American 'flags have been .pedal order of music was furnished by
i to Titusville.Mr. -Mr. Richard Gladwin, of Miami, arrived -Any subscriber who wants to buy aroundtrip many most enthusiastic amateur fishermen on fully displayed at Palm Beach this week t the, hotel orchestra, and at the close of
here Saturday in his launch, on a ticket meals and berth in the dancing an elaborate snpper wa I
the East Coast, and still keeps his In honor of Mr. Flagler's distinguished
Tom Paine of St. Lucie after up
visit to his mother. He towed two Col.
up eluded the Clyde Line would do and attire. nerved the dining room by S.
over and everything gala
record for big catches. ire ho guests, t'ears
thee says
visit of a few days at
Dying a fish boats and net
Scobie's
of Mr. the of the hotel.
well to write the editor of the ADVO 'roskey, genial manager
its, sister had a grand time at Ponce
of Judge Jones, left for home on which have been used on Biscayne Bay, also The affair wa easily\ the largest and
last. CATE. Titusvllle, Fla., for pi ice. We Park, and Manager Ellison treated them Uua,.'. Trial.
day for catching Spanish mackerel. attended of of the social
have a round-trip ticket over the Mallory right royally. best any many
-Mrs. R. F. Jones, wife of Stationnt -Master Bertie Corthell, of West 83rd Line, between Brunswick and New The Quay trial for bank wrecking, features Inaugurated by the present aoIvo -
Jones, of Cocoa, has been on aIt street, New York, who ran away from York, for sale. Major John B. Tognl's, on East Bay, which was to have been begun on Monday monng.mcnt. J. W. Tevrott, the
to her parents. in St. Augustine, home about a month ago, left on Satur- II one of the most reliable Importing has boon postponed to_February 27. load waiter, deserve groat credit for
and Mrs. Andrew J. Onderdonk
Mr.
[s week.A day last for Gotham, after spending) a ,, louses of wines, liquors and cigars In its taste In decorating. the supper tables.
of New York, passed through hero Saturday Jacksonville. When In town a visitto
pay
report of the funeral of the late couple of weeks at the Indian River last, on their way to Miami nnd the Major's sample room, there you Wellington' IIIrllKUy. On visiting Miami the early 'part of
!
iron. de Longueuil, a familiar wintertor hotel at this place. A report of his discovery -. Nassau, where the ADVOCATE will follow will find one of the most genial and Wednesday was the anniversary of ho week wo found a great many visitor ,
to Rockledge will be found in in Titusville was published exclusively them. Mr. Onderdonk Is one of to greet u* with outstretched hands andloaslntf
obliging fellow, Mr. Fritz Hofiing, manipulating WnshlnJtonls birthday, which was relocated
in the ADVOCATE.Mr. their face for the
smiles
issue.A New York's wealthy and well known > on
of
i and mixing\ the choices In Titusville by the flying of flag
letter to the ADVOCATE from Am- Desmond Dunne, manager of the attorneys, and is a hail-fellow-well-met, wines an of hotels. Tho
and advertising department of while his wife is a bright and charming to the but palatable The of business closed wore spouting the selection
dam, N. Y., a few days ago, says: printing leasing eye, very only places Miami Jolellleods but llttlo mention -
i is pretty.cold here-eighteen degrees the Brooklyn Eagle, has been enjoying the a lady. to the taste. the bank and postofHce.Bhootlng under the able management very of JohnS

How zero." stay at most of the several resorts weeks al'>ng past. -Col. J. M. Paine, who has been -Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Russell, of Cincinnati ::!. Bowen, and proprietor A, R. Thomp 1
Coast during
of Webbs Mills East Palm spending several weeks with his familyat \, arrived In Jacksonville tho first I Trout. son. All that you have to do I hI to cuter
Mr. E. L. Bradbury, He was stopping at Hotel' Royal
Rockledge left for his home In Minneapolis
considerable of the week. Mr. Russell, who owns a name on their well-filled register
Y. has been buying week and from there he went to your
this
,
don Blscayne Bay. lIe informs us : Hotel Ormond. Wls., on Monday, saying business tract of 115,000( acres of land at Sebastian Our Bovine correspondent says: and the two abovo named gentlemen will
{will visit Titusville. called him back, although he where he also had a railroad built, The water has overflowed a good deal see that your dally want uro well taken
soon -Judge R. H. Lalmbeer jr., one of would have liked to stay a few weeks III member of the firm of Morgan of the road between hero and Lake. care of.

Commodore F. D. Hughes and wife, our Brooklyn subscribers, and a well- longer. The colonel's friends are always ife Russell, the largest printers and manufacturers Washington, and on Friday, Allen Llvngston the cold weather
New York, made a trip from Miami known amateur fisherman, is again on glad to see him on Indian River. of playing cards In the United Killed, with a shot gun, a trout Notwithstanding

|New River on Sunday last, in their the East Coast to try his luck. He madea -Mr. and Mrs. F. \V. Fearman, accom States lie paid a visit to his property which was about twenty-two Inches round that recently the Royal visited Palm Miami hotel, tho are ground)ookng -
e i yacht Amaryllis. record at Rockledge last winter in Indian River this week. At In the in
auxiliary big panied by their son and wife, Mr. and on long. The trout was water In their glory and an
with Mr. Robert Marshall, of this property-known as the middle of the road. resplendent ;
)n Saturday afternoon last some set- company Mrs. R. 0. Fearman, of Hamilton, Onta present tho f ADVOCATE 'representative, on Sunday
This winter the judge has Farms and Sebastian Rail
River.
who their to Miami, Fall rio, Canada, are pleasant visitors aud Jlocinnatus noticed Miami
|rs, were on way ant, that was anything .
brought Mr. Frank O. Walther along to of the New Rockledge Hotel, road-Is In charge of his son, who has fishing EMU Galllo.
ived here and stayed over night quests but dead, us some claimed. The hotel
help him pull in the finny tribe, whichare The above have been been residing at Sebastian: with his wife -
beir things were drawn by three teams. Uockledge. party wa fairly crowded with guest, and
so abundant in Indian River. The coming south for a number of years. for some time past. A party of sportsmen from Cadiz Merrill was,In his happiest
Mr. Charles Davies left Saturday for is now at Rockledge, where his Messrs. Brice Wood Wright andthe Manager
Judge Ohio
[ They vary their visits, and last winter Among the passengers on Monday'snorthbound } v'III-greeting\ all new arrivals with if
cksonvillo and St. Augustine, on a wife and her mother will shortly arrive. they spent In the Bermudas. train was the Rev S. I). brothers Long, have been! enjoying heartiness and goodwill that make him

siness and pleasure trip. He returnedme -Senator P. II. McNulty and wife, Among tho many guests staying at Paine, pastor of the West Palm Beach groat fishing the past week, fifty poundsof ever popular with tho traveling public.

Monday. well-known residents of Brooklyn, after the Hotel Indian River, Rockledge, If Congregational church Ho told an 'AD- line trout being sent show homo the Monday folksthe Ills olllco staff I III an excellent one, and la I

i Rev. J. T. Huntington and Dr. Har- spending a couple of weeks at Nevins' Dr. AI. Watts, of Boston, Mass. This, VOCATE representative that he was on morning result per of two express hours to Indian River fish- composed as follow: Win. MoAulltfe.
>od Huntington, of Hartford, Conn., Rivervlew hotel, Merritt, left for Hotel gentleman, accompanied by friends, Ic his way to Palatka, to attend the G. A. Tho left for St. Lucia river chief clerk, who for seven year nerved
er spending some time at St. Auguse Royal Palms, Miami, where we had the making a tour of the south. The Doctor R. Encampment, and would deliver a Ing. aboard party the Rochester. In a UKo capacity at the St James hotel,
Ormond and Lyretta, expect to are pleasure of forming; their acquaintanceon came south bv the way of Arkansas and lecture before the Blue and the Gray on Tuesday, Jacksonville; C. K. llaskell, cashier, of
in Titusville today (Friday). Saturday last. Two summers ago the Texas, and leaves today for the Palm I "Washington and the American soldier," Grove Spring hotel, New York; George
flowing senator extended some courtesies to the Beach Inn, Royal Palm and other places Mr. Paine Is an old soldier, having Star Service KitublUhed on the East Count. Williams, night/ clerk, who has been a
to Numerous invitations office and are the only ADVOCATE editors, while In Brooklyn, The Doctor In delighted with out Fought In the Crimea war with the Brit prominent figure at The Battery Swimming

the ADVOCATE is want of,time, to acceptem and we regret he did not give us chance climate, and will\ remain south until flit I bib i soldiers, and later with the northern Star service ha been established al Bath New York, for several )'earll
log we regret to reciprocate. Senator McNulty and first of May. army in the civil war. Both the United follows: a* cashier; Oulld Smith, mall clerk; and
all. They are, however, appreciatall wife said they were going to Hotel Or States and England have presented him Brantley by Banyan, to Jlahla railroad Jo*. Freeland, who takes charge of the
,
the same. mond ere returning north.lYanted -Capt. E. M. Goodall, Mr. L. B,, with medals, which he has In hU possession station, 1.25 miles and back, six times a private office and looks after the weather

-Mr. A. S, Proskey, treasurer of the Goodall, Postmaster N. II. Fogg, and ; and which he naturally prizes very week, by a chedulo not to exceed 21 report. They are n very gentlemanlyset
>nsolidated Construction Co., 3.n( Ful- Mr. A. E. Garnaey, of Sanford, Me, re highly. He Is a very Interesting lecturer. hours running time each way. From of officials, and are very courteous

>n street, Brooklyn, N Y., passed turned Sunday tp Miami last and, from Immediately their trip to boarded Cub. Mr. T. A. Snider, of Cincinnati., March 6, 11m! to June 30, 100q, and obliging to guests.
rough here, Wednesday, en route to on mile and back ... ----- .
of friends enjoyingthe Tropic to Banyan, :2.75 -
Tangerine Buds the auxiliary yacht Nemo, owned b with a party were
visit About 1,000 Dancy )
,otel Indian River, Rockledgo, on a the Royal fix times a week b a schedule of not Ora"K.
his and graft stock. Address with price, Capt. Goodall. In. the afternoon the]r Instrumental concert at ). Shlppl"
brother. Palm last Saturday evening, He Informed to exceed one hour running time each -
W. L. THOMAS, left for Palm Beach and Indian River.... ,
Valdosta, Ga. They had on board a piece of the late, an ADVOCATE representative that way. From March 0, 181W\ to June 30, Mr. M. S. Sams, of Courtenay, Indian

Mosquito Canopies, warship Maine, as a souvenir" theli r he Intended leaving for I the Florida keysIn 1000. liver[ was in town yesterday having
_.!.!. S. II AnAnrt Tl ...." ..flilfe ft.V1BII his flun home-boat. Buckeye the .following Eldora to Oak Hill.\ six miles and back come un, with. a cargo of ornngoa for
Wanted, !oera JlttYUUit.returning to 1 'hey the Will north.VIBlb 4J3JTtona i morning, and;i'we regret i w.e'could I twice a week, by a schedule not to ex. shipment north. This week-- he has shiIN

All sizes. GARDNER WALKER, not find time to accept Invitation to ceed 2i hour running time each way. pod about Ian boxes, and he say they

Titusville.\ A hustler, to sell an article affording board her. Among those on the Buck. From March 11, 18W, to June :w, 190(}. are netting him from $0 to (3 per box.

good profit, a specialty for which there Sloop for Sale. eye were: T. A. Snider, commodore; It. It look a* If there was money in orange

For Sale,New Furniture, is a steady and Increasing demand. No D. Hoke, commander; Mrs. T. A. Snider, Sleep Warm. .
Good situation for chief hostess; Mr. and Mrs Roberts, Mis
samples required. business Sloop Edna, length/ 32-ft; beam, 11ft. Helen Roberta and Miss Eaverson, of The "Advocate."
those meaning
[At second-hand prices, In any quanti- right party. Only Address, Head room In cabin. For particulars, Philadelphia; Mrs. Taylor and Mill Gibson Blanket, Comfort and Spread at reduced -
s. need apply.MANUFACTURER," address, M. B. BURNS, Cincinnati and Mr and Mrs (0ali price GARDNER WALKKU, The INDIAN RIVEU ADVOCATE Is on

WM. R. CAMPBELL, 6.10 Cleveland, O. Canaveral, Fla. gner, of Cairo, Ill. The ladle were all Titusville.For ale at the following news-stands, at five
"Bellevue, dressed In white yachting suits, with cents per copy :
Melbourne, Fla. For Charter. cap to match, and It Is needles to cay Sale, TUu vllle-Fred 8. Chaffee.
Naphtha Launch for Sale 4 they looked.quite charming. J. B. Screven.

Macon Dining Rooms. Schooner rigged-houseboat Cruiser .. About 2,000 t et;of R. it. Iron; weigh Jacksonville-Windsor hotel.

Twenty-one feet long;; Gas Power and Ha fine rooms; new; draft Inches. I Are you Going North, 5-251b. to the foot. Price :acts. per foot St. Augustine-Hotel Alcazar

When visiting Macon, Ga., do not fall Engine Co's. engine. In good condition. Terms very reasonable For particulars our at Courtenav dock. Ormond Ormond.
River.
call at Isaac' popular dining rooms, Will sell at a bargain address or apply on board to the owner, Eat or South, Inspect Trunk, Call or write, EDWARD STIMNO, Uockledge-Hotellndlan
here you can obtain all the delicacies Address II. S., S. E. STEABNS: Satchels, telescopes, hand bag:; etc., at< Cocoa, Fla. New Rockledge hotel

f the season at very reasonable price ins ADVOCATE:, Tituiville. West I'alm Beach price that command your attention. -- Palm"Be b-noyall'lnclaQa. .
& WALKER Tituivllle. The Inn.
GAEDNKK i
"" To Flxherinen! and Sportsmen>> Miami Hotel Royal Palm.
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Itockledge, Indian River, Fine Lunches. Wanted, a Local TitiiHville Laundry Nassau-Royal Victoria hotel. :,"

-- E. V Hall, of Cocoa, baa a :JO.lootlaunch .. ',
Ha one of the nest attractive and need a good chop, steak or anything At every shipping point on tbo Indian Mrs Geo. Cock, of Tltnsvllle, I Is now and rowboats on the Upper Bt .
st-.tocked stores on the East Coast of If you else In tho eating line, do not fail, River to represent a first-class PitUburg prepared to do .laundry work of every John*'rl ver, neatCOCOA, and Roqkledge: Empty Fish Barrels for. Sale.

orlda. You can find everything you In St. Augustine, to go to the commission house. description All work guaranteed. Every convenience for fishing partie 'WALTxR
eed there. Fitting out cruising. parties Cathedral when Place Lunch ,t Oyster Rooms, Box 246. Leave your'washing at G. F. Duren' Beat of fl hlnjt; reasonable term Writeor Address 8 George, St. Charleston A.Moons S., C.
ADVOCATE office. call the owner at Cocoa. ,
specialty. close to the postoffice. Miami, Fla. corner store, opposite upon ,
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D17. NO. 20. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY S3.t. 18i)6). PRICE, Go.
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'' LOCAL NEWS ar: T-BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc.-a nice as- F. W. BEERS, OF ST. AUGUSTINE, -Mr. John Cassidy, of Brooklyn, N. FOR MIAMI'S BENEFIT. AMONG THE HOTELS.

m sortment at Screven's Drug Store Fla., has the largest line of Bicycles Y., who o"nsan orange grove at Merritt. -
Titusville. and Sundries In the State. Write him Is In He has been
town. on a tripto
| Topics of General Interest for prices on new 09 models.Mr. Cuba. The bill to amend the statutes in notation VIIKRR to stop. Soo list of hotels on
And to the Immediate transportationof our 7th and Stir pages.
-Read the article on the Florida In. -Mr,. Fred Aldildgo, of Brooklyn, dutiable goods, by extending the prlvIrgcs -
ADVOCATE, dian on our 2nd page. W. N. Y., who has been cruising in his of the first sqctton to the port of Manager! Henry W. Merrill, of the I
THE and Mrs. B. Currier, Ming
-Attorney M. Helen yacht as far as Jupiter, arrived at Titus Miami, Fla. has been passed by both Royal Palm, Is becoming a very enthusiastic -
advance. George Robbins Currier and Master Donald Cur-
In paid
$ villo last evening.Mr. louse, anliis now before tho President golf player, and makes his mark at
pencil months h Jacksonville a visit rier of Hotel
; on Wednesday. Lynn, Mass., are again at the time.
game
his There Is every
for approval. great rejolc-
foreign countries.f Ormond for the season Mr. Currier Chas. Dwyer, son ofMr. Michaelf.
to
2.00 per an. -Attorney C. T. McCarty, of Ankona, Ing In Miami over tho prospective
Hotel ap- The Inn and tho Poinclana'
F returned home owns a fine orange grove at Ormond,, Dwyer, of Brooklyn, who owns Royal
on Wednesday, after a just north of the hotel. Indian River, Rockledge, was married >ropilatlonof flM)0,0iOfortho f t tmprovo-I 'aim Beach, are entertaining one bun-
P notice ads. are ten'cents trip to Daytona.Mr. Chicago on Monday.Mr. meat of Biscnync Hay. It was soon drtJl[ per cent more guests now than at
Reading .
o *: -Mr; H. M. Flagler, Mrs. E.. M. Ash noised around that the river and harbor
ho time last winter.
Jperline on this page. L. C. Massey, a prominent at- ley (his cousin). Miss S. G. Koenan, Miss and Mrs. O. Lowther, Miss Rita bill had been completed and Miami had same

M. S. Jones paid a visit to St. torney of Orlando, was in town part of Pomroy and Mr. ('. D. Motto, assistant M. Lowther and Miss Clara G. Lnwther, been remembered. We believe $100,000 A special feature of tile Washington!

Judge last. Wednesday and Thursday. secretary toIr.. Flagler, returned to of New York, left here, last, night, for 18 to bo spent this year on Improving the Birthday celebration\ at Hotel Indian

f I Lade on Friday -Mr. Eugene S. Randall, after spending Palm Beach Tuesday, after upending the Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach. River, was tho yachting trip of those ,

t -Several articles of interest will be : some time at Melbourne and other about a week In Nassau, N. 1'. -Mr. George R. W. Armen, of New bay.It Is now In order for our rcpresentaivcs stopping at tho hotel, who on this oc-

v 1 found on our inside pages.Mr. points) has returned to Boston, where -Capt. Benj. Hogg: owner) or'the .. York, well-known tarpon fisherman, to do something for Tltuavlllo or ( the guests of the manager. I

Henry Watton, of Ctifton,was In the ADVOCATE follows. fine schooner-yacht E. C. Lawrence, Is informs us that ho will remain at the Canaveral; or, better still, we would Hotel Royal Poinclana, Palm Beach, I

I town a day or so this week. -Banyan, Waveland, Melbrurne, Day- still at Miami, cruising on the waters of loyal Palm until its close lie will then like to see Mr. Flagler, have workshops was crowded with tourists last Saturday. !
erected this Wo
Hoke of Jensen paid a tona and other items arrived here too Bay Biseayne. Mrs. Hogg is also at probably visit! Ormond. at place. hope) people An ADVOCATE representative was told ,
R. D. will not fall ono-another in their
-Mrs. late for insertion in this issue. Will Miami where she is becoming quite an over there were 800 guests in the hotel, and ;
Monday. appear Hon. Henry L.'Parkerof Fort Drum
on adnntngoouslyplaced
I tit to Melbourne taste to do something for this most hat them -from
they were turning
in our next. expert bicycle rider.Commodore recently-elected representative for away
Smith returned to our town on Indian the Inn. It shows what good hotel
-Mr. II. ,Julius .
I Rockledge from Pompton Lakes, N. J., -Mr. Chas. Hall, of New York, is a John S. Dickerson, of Brevard and Dade counties, arrived In River management can do.
veteran fisherman stopping at The Inn, the New York Yacht Club was a passenger town yesterday and was the guest of
I on Sunday last. Palm Beach. lie 'surprises! the guestsat on last Saturday's train. He informed Judge M. S. Jones. THE GOVERNOR OF THE BA- Mr. Wm. MoAullfTo, tho affable and

-Col. Crocker, of the steamboat company the number of fish he catches.Mr. us he was on his way to the Royal -:Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Rich, of Boston, topular chief clerk at Hotel Royal Palm,
and other downriverpoints HAMAS AT PALM BEACH. Miami Is a member of the firm of Dur-
paid' Ankona Poinciana, Palm Beach, where he ifass. are guests at the Hotel Indianliver ,
I a visit the first of the week. George Pennlnan, a well known would remain some time. Rockledge. gin[ A Co., who so successfully manage
They speak
New Yorker, still remains at the Royal very Palm Beach the cozy and home-like Sinclair hotel at f
-District Attorney Harris, of Key Palm, Miami, and manages to make -Mr. Ed. Byron Dunshce, of Boston, highly; of the Hotel and our sunny land. On all Wednesday morning to the arrival of I I Jothleheni, White Mountains, N. H.,
owing
I in Miami last Sunday, shak- catches of fish. Mass. is down Here with a makIng This lady and gentleman have been making was tnftlr
West, was some good party, during the summer. This house has accommodations -
Sir Gilbert T. Carter. K. C. M. G., -
extensive tour of the East Coast.They governor
I with his m\ friends. of the East Coast. Mr. : an
hands uy a tour for .1(10( and Is
lag -Gen'l. W. B. Coffin of the J. of the Bahamas and his charming: guests,
Supt. Dunshee. is well known both In leave at the end of the week for all ?
-Remember, S. B. Miller & Co., of T. & K. W. Ry., Mr. Spencer, train Florida and Cuba., and all whp know points of interest south. daughter, Miss Carter. Sir Gilbert Is a well patronized during the hot season.

I Sew York, are still soliciting shipments master, and Mr. Thorpe, road master, of him. whole. ouled gentleman, and Is very Hotel Connolly Is one of the neatest -
I offish. Read their ad. on 4th page. arrived here on Monday last. They this gentleman speak very highly -Mr. C. F. Naething, Mr. and Mrs. much loved by Bahamians. The ADVOCATE little hotels in Miami. !lr. and Mrs.O. .
of the above road. Col. W. S. Proskey of Governor W. L. Mitchell and Miss Nettle Mitchell, was ,the first ,on the East
Frank E. '''Bond of the Bond were on an inspection paper P. Huntington, the able proprietor,
-Mr. Bloxham's\ staff, was a pleasant caller at of New York, arrived lucre ell'lyiunday/: I toast. to publish his appointment to the rind his genlul wife, have tho reputation
I Lumber Co. was in town from Friday -Mr. Ewing Mice who is now acting: as last for the of takinga
,
; the ADVOCATE office last Friday. He morning purpose high$ post which he now holds, tho news md knack of not only pleasing their
I until Saturday when he left for DeLand. marshal is doing good work in the house-boar Rosa Marie.
t deputy arrived in town for the purpose of Inspecting on having come to us through; tho courtesyof )guests by supplying tho Inner man, but
-Messrs. Raymond and Eaton, of Bos- capturing "hoboes" who happen to stay : the arms of the Indian Rivet Mrs and Miss Mitchell will spend sometime Sir Wm. Haynes Smith, the late governor also preparing for them a good, clean,
I ton, inform us that they will leave for' here. l Some: of them have been at workon Guards, and left for Rockledge the same ( at Hotel Plaza, Rockledire, while whom we had the pleasure of comfortable bed and bedroom, whore t
River this week. our streets, this week, digging klessis. Naething and Mitchell, with knowing tate
I Artesla, on the Banana: evening.We. personally. ho weary vlxltors may rest and recuper
ditches.Mr.. rof. John Latlin, are on a hunting and Mr. M. Flagler whose guest he
Henry
/ In comfort after their long journey p
thanks invitations
with
-Miss Elsie Smith after spending: a acknowledge, ,
-
I few days with her parents at Rockledge, C. D. Provost, of Lotus, ac- to attend the Washington celebration fishing trip. III, with his usual conrtesy, met, tho to the land of !sunshine and flowers.
Mrs. W. Bisbee and Miss -Mr. J. G. Bennett and his. sister, governor and his daughter on their ar-
I ;turned to Stetson University, DeLand, companied by at Hotelh Royal Poinclana, Ival at Miami from Nassau, and escorted The ball\ at Hotel Indian lUvor, on
Black visited Titusville on Satur Miss Bennett of New York after spend- ,
,
May Palm Miami and
I
Beach attended
I on Monday. Palm ; Royal ; Tuesday ovonlng, was largely
them his to Palm Beach
the of weeks at the Park hotel rn private car
day's steamer, returning same day. also the tog a couple
Canine St. Augustine Cocoa
Alcazar
; the residents of Rockleugo ,
-Mr. J. J. Jacob, of Wheeling, West Mr. Provost gave tire ADVOCATE office a dance at Hotel Indian River, at Rock- Ponce Park, are now at the New Hock- whore they will be his guests for the by and the of neighboring hotels. A
I Va., left Miami for Cuba last Sunday pleasant call while in town. edge: hotel, Rockledge; where they have next week or so. guests
evening. furnished'
ledge, on Tuesday order of music was by
and American have boon special'
night, on a short visit. lie will soon return I friends Mr. Bennett Is one of tho British ilags \
|I to Titusville.Mr. -Mr. Richard Gladwin, of Miami, arrived -Any subscriber who wants to buy a most many enthusiastic amateur fishermen on ally displayed at Palm Renoir this weekIn I do hotel orchestra, and at the close of

here Saturday in his launch, on a round-trip ticket, meals and berth In the East Coast, and still keeps up his. honor of Mr. Flaglor's distinguished the dancing an elaborate supper was I
Tom Paine, of St. Lucie, after visit to his mother. lIe towed up two :eluded: over the Clyde Line, would do record for big catches. lIe >slio and guests, and everything hears gala attire. served the dining rooms by Col. S.
enjoying a visit of a few days at the fish boats and nets 'roskoy the genial manager of the hotel.
| of Mr. Scobie's well to write the editor of the ADVOCATE his sister, had a grand time at Ponce f
home of Judge Jones, left for home on which have been used on Biscayne Bay, Titusville, Fla., for pi'Ice. We also Park, and Manager Ellison treated them thus?. Trial. The affair was easily the largest and
| Friday last. for catching Spanish mackerel. have a round-trip ticket over the Mallory right royally. lost attended of any of the many social 1

-Mrs. wife of Station 83rd Line between Brunswick and New The Quay trial for bank wrecking, 'uitures Inaugurated by the present ao- +
R. F. Jones, -Master: Bertie Corthell, of West 1
John B. Tognl's, on East Bay, Ivo merit. J. W. Tevrott, the
-Major have been Monday mnnngt
which to bugun on
sale. was
York for
Jones of Cocoa has been a from
Agent on York who ,
street New ran away
for
I. of the most reliable importing head waiter deserves great credit 1
one
has been to February 27.
visit to her parents, in St. Augustine, home about a month ago, left on Satur- -Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Ondcrdonk,, houses of wines, liquors and cigars In postponed his taste In decorating\ the supper tables. 1

I this week.A day last for Gotham, after spending: a of New York, passed through hero Saturday Jacksonville. When in town, pay a visit
of
late couple of weeks at the Indian River last on their way to Miami and there "'..hlnlton'.IUrllutRY. On visiting Miami' tho early part ;
report of the funeral of the to the Major's sample room, you visitorsto
Baron de Longueuil, a familiar winter hotel at this place. A report of his f discovery Nassau, where the ADVOCATE will follow will find one of the most genial and Wednesday was the anniversary of ho week wo with found outstretched a groat many hands and

visitor to Rockledge, will be found in in Titusville was published exclusively them. Mr. Onderdonk Is one of obliging\ fellows, Mr. Fritz Holllng, manipulating Washington's birthday, which was celoratnd greet us smiles their faces for the

| this issue.A in the ADVOCATE.Mr. New York's wealthy and well known : and mixing; the choices of > In Titusville by the flying of Hags \kind loiiHlntf! Information on we had given them rejecting

letter to the ADVOCATE from Am- Desmond Dunne, manager: of the attorneys and is a hail-fellow-well-met, wines and liquors) which are not only from several buildings and tlagHtaiTs. .. thn selection of hrote a. Tho
sterdam printing and advertising: department of while his wife is a bright and charming )pleasing to the eye, but very palatable The only places of business closed wore Miami Hotel needs but very little mention -
N. Y. few :
a days ago, says
has been enjoying a lady. to the taste. the bank and postolilce.hooling .
I "It is pretty cold here-eighteen degrees the Brooklyn Eagle, under the able management of JohnS
at most of the resorts al )ng the J. M. Paine who has been and A. It. Thomp
below zero." stay -Col. -Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Russell, of Cincinnati Bowen, proprietor
East Coast during several weeks past. spending several weeks with his familyat arrived in Jacksonville the first $ Trout. son. All that you have to do Is to enter
-Mr. E. L. Bradbury, of Webbs Mills, lIe was stopping at Hotel Royal Palm Rockledge, left for his home in Minneapolis of the week. Mr. Russell, who owns a your name on their well-filled register

X Y., has been buying considerable this week, and from there he went to Wis., on Monday, saying busi tract of 115,0{() acres of land at Sebastian Our Bovine correspondent says: md the two abovo named gentlemen will

land on Biscayne Bay. lIe informs us Hotel Ormond. ness called him back, although he where he also had a railroad built, The water has overflowed a good deal see that your dally wants are well taken

he will soon visit Titusville. -Judge R. II. Laimbeer, jr., one of would have liked to stay a few weeks III a member of the firm of Morgan of the road between hero and Lake, caro of.

-Commodore F. D. Hughes and wife, our Brooklyn subscribers, and a well- longer. The colonel's lends are airways & Husnell, the largest printers and man- Vashlngton, and ou Friday, Allen LivIngston Notwithstanding tho cold weather f

of New York, made a trip from Miamito known amateur fisherman, is again on glad to see him ou Indian River. ufacturers of playing cards in the United Killed, with a shot gun, a trout hat; recently visited Miami, the grounds

New River on Sunday last, in their the East Coast to try his luck. He madea -Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Fearman, accompanied States. lIe paid a visit to his prop- which was about twenty-two Inches around the Royal Palm hotel are Jookng ) -
fine auxiliary\ yacht Amaryllis.On big record at Rockledge last winter, In by their son and wife, Mr. and erty on Indian River this week. At long. The trout was In the water In resplendent In their glory; and an
with Mr. Robert Marshall, of Fearman of Hamilton Ontario present this property-known as the the middle of the road. Sunday
Saturday afternoon last some set- company Mrs. It. C. 1, ADVOUATK 'representative, on
River. This winter the judge has Canada pleasant visitors and jlnclnnatus Farms and Sebastian Rail noticed that. Miami was anything
tiers I who Fall : are I Illllt,
I Miami
their to
were on way Walther along: to road-Is In charge of hU son, who has at Ecu UBlllfl.
I arrived here brought Mr. Frank O. guests of the New Rockledge Hotel,I FUhliiK but dead, as HOIIIO claimed. The hotel
and night.
stayed over the tribe, whichare above been been residing at Sebastian with his wife and
Their help him pull In finny Rockledge. The party have wits fairly crowded with guests,
things were drawn by three teams. so abundant in Indian Klver. The coming south for a number of years. for some time past. A party of sportsmen from Cadiz andtiro Manager Merrill was,In his happiest

-Mr. Charles Davies left Saturday forJflCKROnvtlljt Judge: is now at Rockledge, where his They vary their visits, and last winter Among Uie passengers on Monday's Ohio, Messrs. Brice, Wood} Wright vein-greeting/ all new arrivals with if

nnuuviiiu and Dl Cfr. Augustine, on a wife and her mother will shortly ariiye. they spent In the Bermudas. northbound train was the Rev 8. D. brothers Long, have been enjoying heartiness and good-will that makes him

Business and pleasure trip lIe returned 1'. TT. JHC" ..........uity 1. anu n/1 wile t ff\, the. guests staying at; I.['ulnA..."V, rtaatttr fit tliATftHt....u .. ... Plllni_ _.,n poach great fishing the past week homo, fifty Mondaymorning pounds! over popular with tho traveling public.
borne -Senator Among: many of line trout being sent
and
I Iscomposed
[ Monday. after Congregational church. lie told an -Air- Ills olllco staff Is an excellent one, +
of Brooklyn, In
residents River
well-known the Hotel Indian Rockledge, per express to show the folks
-Rev. J. T. Huntington and Dr. lIar- spending a couple of weeks at Nevins' Dr. Al. Watts, of Boston, Mass This VOCATE representative that ho was on the result of two hours Indian River h IIsling. as follows: Wrn. MOAulll'fel!
wood Huntington of Hartford Conn. hotel Merritt, left for Hotel by lends Is his way to Palatka, to attend the G. A. chief clerk, who for seven
Rivervlew gentleman, accompanied : The party left for St. Luclo river at the St. James hotel,
would deliver In liKe
after spending\ some time at St. Augustine Royal Palms, Miami, where we had thepleasure making a tour of the uth. The Doctor K. Encampment, and a Tuesday, aboard the Rochester. a capacity cashier of
1 lecture before the Blue and the Gray on Jacksonville; 0, K. llaskell, ,
their acquaintanceonSatuidayhist. and
| Oimond and Lyretta, expect to arrive of forming came south bv the way of Arkansas .
in Titusville today (Ftlday). Two summers ago 1 helienatol' Texas and leaves today for the Palm Washington and the American soldier.\ Grove Springs: hotel, New York; George
extended some courtesies to the Head, Inn Royal Palm and other places. Mr. Paine I is .an old soldier, having: Star Service KnUblUhed on the Hunt Count. Williams, night clerk, who has been a t:

-Numerous invitations are flowing editors, while in Brooklyn,, The Doctor, U delighted with our Fought In the Crimea war with the Brit prominent figure at Tho Battery Swim-
into the ADVOCATE office, and the only ADVOCATE he did not give us a chanceto climate and will remain south until the ish soldiers, and later with the northern Star service has, established as nlng Baths New York, for several years
thing we regret/ is want of time to accept and we regret Senator McNulty and army in the civil war Both the United follows: as cashier;Guild Smith:! mail)! clerk ; and

them all. They are, however, appreciated reciprocate.said they were going to Hotel Or- first of May. States and England have presented him lirantley, by Banyan, to Bahla railroad Jos. Freeland, who takes charge of the
J all the same. wife returning north.'Vnntctl -Capt. E. M. Goodall, Mr. L. B. with medals, which he has In his possession station, 1.25 miles and back, six times a private olllco and looks after the weather

-Mr. A. S. treasurer of the mond ere Goodall, Postmaster N. II. Fogg, and ; and which he naturally prizes very week, by a schedule not to exceed 2k reports. They are a very gentlemanly I'+
Consolidated Construction Proskey, Co., 310 Ful- Mr. A. E. Garnsey, of Sanford: Me., returned highly. He is a very Interfiling lecturer.Mr. hours running time each way. From set of officials, and aro very courteousand

ton street, Brooklyn, N. Y., passed tp Miami last and, from Immediately their trip to boarded Cuba. <- T. A. Snider, of Cincinnati\, ()., March 6, IHI'II'!), to June 30, 1000. obliging to guests
through" here route to on Sunday of friends enjoyingthe Tropic to Banyan, 2.75 mllell'and back, "" -
Wednesday, en Buds Nemo owned by with a party were
Hotel Indian River, Rockledgo, on a visit About 1,000 Dana Tangerine the auxiliary yacht the afternoon, Instrumental concert at the Royal six times a week, by.a schedule of not HhlpllIIIr rrnxes.
In they
to his stock. e s with pi ice, Capt. Goodall. exceed hour running time each
In- to one
brother. and graft i Palm last Saturday evening. He -
Palm Beach and Indian River, ,
\V. L. THOMAS, left for that I From March 0 18W to June 30, of Indian
Valdoota] Ga. They had on board a piece of the late formed an ADVOCATE representative way. Mr. M, S. Sams, Courtenay,
souvenir-of their he Intended leaving for he Florida keysIn 1WX River, was In town yesterday, having
Mosquito( Canopies, warship Maine, as a will visit his fine house-boat, Buckeye, the following Eldora to Oak Hill, six miles and back como up with a cargo of oranges, for
Havana. They Daytona -
Wanted visit to to the north. ; morning, and we regret we could twice a week, by a schedule not to exceed shipment north. This week he has shipped -
All' sizes. GARDNER & WALKER, ere returning not find time to accept his Invitation to :21 hours running time each way. about lao boxes, and he says they

Titusville. affording board her Among those on the Buckeye From March 11, 18UU, to June 20,1000.: ) are netting him from fJ( to *8 per box.

A hustler, to sell an article which there Sloop for Sale. were: T. A. Snider, commodore; It. It looks as If there was money in oranges.

For good profit, a specialty for demand. Nt D. Hoke, commander; Mrs. T. A. Snider, Sleep Warm. .
Sal -Xew Furniture, is a steady and increasing chief hostess; Mr. and Mrs.Roberts, Miss
samples Good situation for. Sloop Edna, length, 32-ft; beam, 11-ft Helen Roberts and Miss Eaverson, of The 4Advocnte."
Only those meaning bus! Head In cabin. For particulars, Comforts and Spreads at -
At secondhand in quantlWM. right party. room Philadelphia; Mrs. Taylor and Mss Gibson Blankets, re
prices
any Address, address M. B. BUIINS! OAIIDNKH' WALK 1(15 The INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE I Is on
ties ness need apply. Cincinnati'and; Mr, and Mrs. Gall- duced >ricos : : ,
f
R. CAMPBELL, ",MANUFACTUIIER Cleveland, O. Canaveral, Fla. gher, of Cairo, 111. The ladles were all Titusville./ sale at the following news-stands, at fly

"Bellevue," c.10 dressed In white yachting; suits, with cents per copy :

Melbourne, Fla. For Charter. caps to match, and it is needless to say For Sale, Titusville" -Fred S. Chaffee.
J. D. Screven.
Launch for Sale they looked quite charming. -
Naphtha -
houseboat Cruiser About 2,000 feet of R. it. Iron; weight Jacknonvllle-Windsor hotel.St. .

Macon Dining Rooms.When Gas Power and Schooner rigged draft 16 inches Are you Going' North, 5-251b. to.the foot. Price tats: per fool Augustine/ -Hotel Alcazar
Twenty-one feet long; Has fine rooms; new; Ormond-Hotel Ormond.UockledgeUotel .
Visiting Macon Gal do not failIsaac's Engine Go's engine. In good condition Terms very reasonable. For particular!I our at Courtenay dock. Indian River
to board to the East: or South, Inspect Trunks, Call or write, EDWAKD STIUNO,
call at sell at a bargain.; address or apply on owner,I New Rocklodge hotel.Palm .
popular dining rooms, Will hand bags etc. at Cocoa Fla.
S. Satchels, telescopes, ,
11. STEARNS
where Address 3. E. ,
Poinclana
obtain Beach
you can all the delicacies| that command attention. -Royal
of the ADVOCATE, Titusville West Palm Beach. prices your .
The Inn.
season at reasonable ,
prices. lra
very OABDMEH A WALKER, Titusville.
-- "-" "--- To Fhhernien and Sportsmen. Miami-Hotel Uoya11'alm.NassauHoyal .

Kockledge, Indian River, Fine Lunches. Wanted, a Local Agent TltuMvllle t Laundry.. Victoria hotel. t
has :90 fool h1
of Cocoa
E. Y. Hall, a ----

lIaa one of ;most attractive and -- steak or .. At eerrahlpplng point on the Indlai I Mrs. Oeo. Cock, of Tltuivllle, Is now launch and rowboats on the Upper Ht.Jobn.'rlver Fish Barrels' for Sale.
anything Empty
beat.stocked Btore on the Eaat Coast of If you need a good chop Hue, do not fall,, River to represent a fIrst-class Plttsburj r prepared to do laundry work of ever;) near.Cocoa and Rookledge; .
In the eating convenience for fishing parties
Florida else All work guaranteed Every
You bouse. description.
can find everything you to tb(. commission Address WAI/NCR: A. MOORS,
need there partiesa'I'rlalty when In St. Augustine, to go; Dos 243, Leave your'wanhlag at G. F. Duren'i.I Best of fishing; reasonable terms Writ<< C.
Fitting out cruising Rooms, 8 George St., Charleston, S.
Oyster
Lunch Cocoa.
Place call the at
Cathedral Miami, Fla. corner store, opposite ADVOCATE office. or upon owner .

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some tendency to J loosen their tongues; case was, seized by the women of her Prepare. for Spring., ORG MARL JOHN HARy

Went but'one of their number always remains tribe, who hung her with their'own. Don't let this "season overtake you before 1VIAR: : BROS

: onji'utclies sober, and watches his boozy brothers hands; the other, a chief\ wife, being you have attended to the Important '

like a hawk. Some of them visit Orla'n above the reach of common women, escaped duty of purifying your blood withllood' Wholesale Dealers In .,
1' long the penalty. IIer child Is
Was a Sufferer from Rheuma medicine now you may save' sickness FRUIT AND PRODUCE
for Years years ago, while a number of us were now said to be a comely maiden.It that wlirmean time and money as well GROCERIES, ...
.
tism assembled one night at the first hotel l II still a disputed question with as suffering later on. Hooa's Sara

Mood's Sarsaparllla- Cured and built here to hear the'music of the first some as to whether negro slavery exists parllla will give you rich, red blood, 131 and 133 East Bay Street and, 0 and 8 Newnftn Street
and
a
the arrival of Indian the Seminoles and good appetite, good digestion
piano, an was an Uncle
among although
Made Him Feel Young. sound, healthy body. It Is the' greatest J aolJi.sOD.'Vl.1.1o: P
"I have hud rheumatism and on, nounced. He was brought into the par Sam would, perhaps, prefer that I and best spring medicine because It O 1c1 Q.

i I TOT since I wu discharged from the army lor to amuse the guests, and to sae what keep quiet on this point, candor compels Is the One True Blood Purifier Its ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE

to 1B6 Part ,of the time I went on effect the music would have upon him. me to say that It does. However, unequalled record of marvelous cures CmTI

crotches, and a great deal of the time I His native stoicism was not, altogether r 'their bonds are not very galling, and : has' won for It the confidence of the ----

Wii obliged to use a cane. I had ft proof against the effect, as 'he; stooped any Governmental Interference in their whole people. We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow>
'
rheumatism guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and W. "!i
stomach trouble with the. quickly and glanced under the Instru behalf would doubtless be considered by Feed .t
trial and *
and Vegetables. Give us a you will be *t
Oranges pleased
and I spent a great deal of money for ment while a brilliant waltz was being A sluggish liver\ causes drowsiness, your
medicines without permanent benefit. [Continued 3rd and feeling of apathy. Dr. MARX BROTHERS
executed, and then gazed earnestly at on page.] lethargy A Jacksonville, pit
They would give me relief for a time bat t M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine arouses We only Sell to Dealers.
the trouble would return. Six months the trembling keys nod upon the fair the liver, and cheerful energy succeeds

ago I began taking Hood's, Barsaparllla, face 'of,the golden-hatred performer. At \ AUGUST FLOWER. sluggishness.

and now I nm to free from my ailmerti the conclusion there was a hush; each I.iVM
B :
C'23AS.:: 5C
t that my neighbors say I act more like I one regarding the roan of the forest as "lt-itia, surprising fact," 'nays Prof.Ilouton < CO
i boy of 17 than a.man 63. I cannot recom he stood there, peculiar In his pictur "that in my travels In all partsof Be calm in argument; the other man DEALERS IK -- 1
mend Hood's Sarsaparilla too highly" the world, for the last ten years, I will\ then lose his head wondering why
8. M. MARTIN, Key West, Florida.Hood's esque attire-to see' what demonstration, have met more people having used you don't get mad.Bismarck's. Fin o "Wl3a.es niad Liquors
Saran- if any, the wonder<; that filled his bosom Green's August Flower than any other !
417, & 410
would cause him to make. After regarding remedy, for dyspepsia, deranged liver W. flay St,

parilia the pretty musician earnestly and stomach, and for constipation. I find Iron Nerve JACKSONVILLE, ', FLA.

Is the bent...In fact the One True Blood Purifier. for a moment he broke the silence with for tourists and'salesmen, or for per 1 L je i
F .
All druggists 1II'six| for $6; Get only hood'H00IS s. sons filling office positions, where head ,
single remark, which showed that his aches and general bad. feelings from Irregular WitS the result of his splendid health During the Coining Year
PIIig aresure mild effective appreciation of beauty Was stronger habits exist, that Green's August Indomitable will\ and tremendous energyare ,
druggists.. 2acentS5r than his love for music. Ills commentwas Flower Is a grand remedy It does not not found where stomach, liver, kid 1890,
Injure the system by frequent use, and neys and bowels are Out of order. If you K ; 'Will be enjoyed when
"Ugh I White man squaw heap la excellent for sour stomachs and indigestion. want these qualities and the success I Bcautj
purtyl"! Ills name was Indian Bill, and ." Sample bottles free at F. S. I they bring, use Dr. King's New Life v LI passes the cheering bumper of

: bad whiskey killed\ him a year ago near CliafTco's drug store, Titusville, Fla., or I Pills. They develop every power of good old Wines, Whiskies and
artow, Ills mother was with him i in J. P. Cooper's drug store, Cocoa, Fla. brain and body. Only' 250 at' F. S, Chaffee's @' Brandies, or warming Rum punch,
Sold by dealers in all civilized countries. drug store. when made from
his dying bout, like many of her paleface y our velvety Pure
<, I11Mt sisters who give loving care and and high'Krade Lewis 1800]( {\1'14
t y IN THE ; key.
close the eyes of their vagabond sons '
"Fill the
bumper fair
'
a gUSIN S when the cold world have turned their Every drop we sprinkle
rij r backs. A kind white man (Mr.\ ZIp- "Hurry Up and Dig the Nicaragua Smooths O'er the brow of care
"
away a wrinkle.
j .1.+
I, perer) prepared his tomb under the direction Canal,"

of the mother, the peculiar con Ubhn Bull says to Uncle Sam, "I wil\ ::::::

j Iff. struction of which will be described later help you all I can." Any one that wants to "

, .. build stores, houses, cottages or fences we l UTIPS.
. t '! on.The Seminoles usually sell their daughters will aid by selling them lumber, shingles, ;
fo ( in laths, clap-boards, flooring, brick and lime The word tip means different thing
marriage to the lover whose heart b
-by quoting them. prices that will enable in different places. In a barber
chalror
'
the forest belle has won, provided he can them to do it at a figure that no one can \\: x restaurant it is "a
catch her. This ceremony must be gone f r make such.a close estimate on in thIstown. gratuity" given for
through at aIr weddings! The girl is ; V+ extra good service. Another kind of a

given a good start ahead of her suitor, BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO., Y F yip is a "straight. tip." That's a bit of
St. Augustine, Fla. friendly advice, and that's what we are
and as she is usually his equal and some- +
i giving you when we tell you to try our
_
H times his superior in fleetness, Is never v
beer. If you are in the business sell
it
caught unless she wants to be. Chief ;
71 if are not, drink it. It is made
THE SEMINOLE INDIAN. "Tom Tiger" paid $300 for his wife, and 1 you from
//i -. the purest materials, and we guaranteeit
then had to catch her; but Tom had a ESTABLISHED 1880. i 3 In
Ill Home Life Language and Laws.The perfect understanding with Sallle beforehand to perfectly pure.

h following' article, on the Florida no doubt, and probably she Bond 'Lumber Co. .ryA,1". 11,1.

t Indian was written by Mr. I. McQueen didn't feel very much like running. that ,

Auld, of Orlando: A good deal has been day anyway, BO he picked her up easilyon Address, ,
, ,' published about the Florida Indian that' the homestretch Manufacturers of and Dealers in G. 'MULLER & CO.,
,
I% is not in accordance with facts, being' deductions BILLY MUSTEK'S WIFE. LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING; CEILING Jacksonville, Fla.

from mere rumor, or 'ov"lvei. d Chief "Billy n ster'lI" wife was get. Agts. for Acme Brewing Co,
i. from the imagination of the writers.. Acme Brewing Co., Macon, Ga.,
I IAsld ting old and ugly and cross, and so, be- Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
E from the universal( Indian trait thinking him to look out for a more and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.Saw .

of reticence, and tho habit of shrouding amiable and pleasing, companion, he Planing and Shingle 1 ,Mills\ at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at

their home life In mystery, there are two, bought a comely, girl, 'Tapoosle," to DeLand and Titusville. Magnolia 'CrQQ ;Y....
considerable obstacles Intimate
to an acquaintance
raise for a wife; but the intended bride ,
,, with the customs of the Sem- sickened and died at the age of fifteen. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in

moles Had she lived he would have been com H. A.. HODGES.... ,
First In the remoteness and Inaccessibility STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.

pelled to catch her before he married: MANUFACTURER OF ._ _
I of their camps, for although' \they her.

''- ,sometimes appear at towns to trade, They evidently do not entertain any ...Cypress and Yellow Pine ,Lumber... Butterine, 14cts. per pound.

v their tribe may be many miles away on very strong conception of the superiority ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will\ please you.

some Everglade Island, to reach which of our race over their own, as a chief, i Any one contemplating shedding_their pineapples or oranges or building in 102 Main and 33 West,Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
uninhabitable wilds must be traversed, any part of Florida, would do well to write for price a. The saw mills are locatedat
and miles of mud,and water waded, witha once becoming enamored' of a white girl, Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J., T, K. \V. Ry. Lumber delivered to any Telephone No. 255.Photo.
tried to buy her of her father, urging his part of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
probability of finding the camp deserted
suit to the tune of 500. He no doubt
as they are nomadic in their (
i habits. thought\ "white man heap fool" to refuse We the BOYDELL EROS PAINTS Supply Co.

( The next dlfUculty Is that after finding so generous an offer. Carry .
The women, like their paleface sisters
b'' them, their mode, of life Is such that a ,
person of average refinement could nof 4 are fond of coquetting, rendering additional Have sold oat all our OLD STOCK and received a Fresh \ AGENTS
evidence to the fact that this EASTMAN KODAK CO C
1 long endure them; but their Innate prejudice ,
i charming trait Is Inborn to female char- Supply ofLumber
against strangers( must be overcome
attar They are remarkably virtuous, The only house in Florida devoting Its time to tie
1 ,. before you can gain their confidence considering their mode of HVIng and lack KODAKS( AMATEUR
and In order to do this fully you Hardware and Paints
must cat and sloop with! them, Theyentel.tlln of elevating influences. The penalty for ,: OUR SPECIALTY-Developing and Printing.
a violation of the laws of chastity Is very ,
a suspicion that all Intruders
summary J have hoard of only two who Give us a Trial. No trouble to answer questions.

are they government have a special agents prejudice., against' As whom an transgressed In this particular. The Or anything in the line of Building Material 51 King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

explanation\ of this antipathy consider unfortunate young mother In tho one or House Furnishing goods, Tinning or


boars lliit tho to his strong native attachment hunting grounds an Indian, and Plumbing, do not fail to write MANIER & LANE MUSIC CO

\hen lot the memory run back to the ,
EDWARD
time when our 'government waged war ST1L1ETG,

on thorn and banished numbers of their ,
"THE BRICK STORE "
friends and relatives to the unknown ,

& ullfla.. ---- ttf-- ftin..-- wnat'.. ---., "Oh.... ..Prom..... OOOO- Indi.n: :River: I'LS1 Molnnlm! T 1\11ll Ui'nnVinti Mnm'/ui; Pr Tin
\ .
II.lUIUVIW .uU I u manic u. 1.Jali
them -W riDuiUjij
After satisfying that you are not -. At some ,
/ time in her V
government agent comes the equally ,- life Cupidpleads SAW AND 1'LANING MILLS JACKSONVILLE YARD
hard task of convincing thorn that your in I'lilatka Fla. E. Bay St., Foot of Catherine. PIANOS
visit Is not of some other sinister or mercenary every worn- _

p character; for his untutored mind 'and when that an's time comes car, WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY

will not permit him to imagine such a it is a woman's duty to WATERLOO
I 1 Ii I think twice before she KIMBALL' ORGANS..."
purpose as a disinterested search after answers. She should Manufacturers of-
truth, or a patriotic desire to add a pageor think once for herself,

so to the history, of nations; and .has chosen--her?, and for once his life for the companion.man who Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms

while you are eating "sofka"( out of If she is suffering from a torturing:, drag *

F filthy trays, honey out of "doer,paunch" ging her ;sex: weakness, she has or no disease right to so answer prevalent"Yes"until with '" t Write for Catalogues.MANIER.

Jugs, jerked venison and barbecued raccoon her health is restored. If she does, A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling siding, mouldings( shingles,
and spending your nights as a demoralized she will be wretched and ill herself and her lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress & LANE MUSIC COMPANY,
home
will be an unhappy one. Dr. Pierce'a
mouldings of all a specialty
patterns
warrior in an,unequal contest, Favorite Prescription is a scientific remedy 24 Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
in which you find yourself arrayed with that cures all weakness, disease, disorder When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us.
and derangement of the delicate and important -'-
Indians, hogs and dogs on one side, and feminine organs. 'It is not a."cure. EASY
ileas on the other (with the odds in favorof all," but a medicine devise to correct this RIDING
one class of ...
the fleas'In) order to study Mr. Indian has no other It .
accomplished its purpose in tens of All the time
he is similarly engaged studying thousands of cases, as is shown by tens of HOMESEEKERS and speed when; you
thousands of testimonials ... ........... want it is a great feature of
of the
you, and is cautiously revolving In his grateful;
patients themselves.
It
imparts vigor and
tI suspicious mind, with his native veil of virility to the entire womanly organism, The
Becluslveuess around him, "What thomlecblef'you and is the best of all nerve tonics and re. ea ting Bicycle.-:
storatives. It fits wifehood and mother. Who are Seeking a Home in the South should send to the undersigned for a
are after. hood. It transforms weak, nervous, de. Here are some Keating points for
of theFlorida your conslderatlon--
spondent invalids into copy :
A HOSPITABLE!: PERSON healthy, happy
women The Frame makes it
{ The Seminole Is hospitable, so tar as "I was *S weak l COIM Scarcely walk about
dividing his bed and board Is concerned the n h,01Jfei \.wrU" Mri- Mattie Scruggs, of East Coast STRONG
Creek Amherst Co., Va. ."Was reduced Homeseeker.
but when It comes to conversational entertainment In to a the mere back skcieton.and bead I WM and never could free not from sleep pain at The Construction makes it .

1 ,, he draws the line This "ihlv I bought three bottles of Dr. Pierce'. DURABLE.The
IhroritePrescription and Golden Medical .
'
offers another barrier to the object of 'y'IDd two"lata 0('Mea..ut Pellets.' After Disf0r t Bearings give it

your visit. A few of them talk English slept taking well these and lilt gained weeks in I felt Besh.like I a am new doing person all j We have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking,' Tobacco Growing, and for SPEED.
but seldom in it the chiefs ?ly own'ousework and we have nine in ,
4 they engage family" the Winter and Summer homes Climate the healthiest In tbA United States. The Double Roller Chain
disapproving for fear they may "talkee i A man or woman who neglects w MAKES IT W'
f too much. They only manage to talk constipation suffers front slow Apply. to Up bill, down hill, on the tour road
or track
poisoning. Dr. Plerce's ,
sufficiently to ,do' their trading when Pellets cure Pleasant JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land I
constipation. Out Commissioner
r '. 'It has Et--
visiting towns to'dispose of their dressed little "Pellet".il a gentle lax*. \,'iII"1" Send for Catalogue. No Equal

deer skins, and almost invariably get on tire All ,medicine and two dealers a mild sell cathartic.them.' J.t./;! S ..q": FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, KEATING WHEEL ,

A> spree on such occasions, which has N other pills are "just as good" *, '/" t's: 1 ST. AUGUSTINE'FLA. COMPANY,

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professional Cards. THE SEMINOLE INDIAN. an indiscretion found that ho was tIt be
FOK $3.20.;
J'l'Jtnletf.wilh a flab ("or lathU") dinner. .

110' tf. "nv" 8811'8. WALTER B.OE11MJI.sOS Boils [Continued from 2nd : ] They were small fish; A pot of bulling
page.
A; GRAHAM, water hung over tho lire and the fish Sent to IIA by Express" (Hmtoflloe order or New York Exchange, we Will
scud :
by CIIAWJK3
you Express| 1'UEl'AID,
J the slaves themselves an' a piece of im, were turned In without any nnnrccoMry!

A.TTORNEYS-AT-LAVT, pertinent meddling. Their thriftless ceremony about -scalcs', offal FOUR FULL QUARTSOf

Lr HOURS:-From 10 to 12 a. m., Old and all. When done
P and 2 to 4 p. m. Running Sores owners treat them more as companions!I they were scooped the Celebrated Seven-Year-Dill
I than slaves' and about the severest work out upon palmetto fan and moro flAb ,

' Trrr8ViLtK I1o1,108. Brerard Co., Florida Itching the men have to perform, Is hunting$ emptied into tho water fur a second Calhoun Pure :
o Scratching Rye Whiskey
! (ill practiCe In all the courtl-ltate and fed which Is a pleasant pastime: rather thana course. The white man was then Invited

SL. and labor while the slight agricultural to draw near and "oat plenty." f
' |lat 1 facilities for examining perfect- 'Ve ship In PLAIN PACKAOKa, no marks to Indicate content which( will arol.l all corn
lead titles. pursuits are shared about equally be- The embarrassment of his position maybe Inll",.) When you net It and tout it. If It I la not satisfactory, return It at nun EXPENSE: and
Eczema tween the Indian and imagined by considering the fact that your iJ 20 will IM Chl't'rrll111l't'rlln. 1'.1. This Whl-kl'Y In mirm>il R*any *J 00 goods| in the market.
negro women. We are ol af hand and nan give you H'ICKRK: IIKI.IVKKY than llntant' hon_M. We have
D. I.. DODSON, Small corn and potato patches make up I It gives offense to "mine host" and his been d"lnjf business In thlnrlty..n.la, the lame stand for over 13 VK4KS, and ai to our RES-
/II I'DNSIIULITY ANn KKrUTATlON for honest dealing,we refer you to any merchant here, or to
the bulk of the farming, together with tribe to refuse to cat with thembut; it the editor of this palter

DENTIST. the climbing pumpkin vines that bang can be more perfectly appreciated by SOLOMON A LEVI,

&TCSVULK!:, FLORIDA. Blood Poison their fruit among the branches of the those who have recently been called to 10-.J8 A 11K10: First' Avenue, I

Office at residence. trees' where they remain out of reach of sit down to the legendary "crow." 1O.. )lox No. 31.: DIKMINQHAM, ALA. \

flllle. the fol1o'll'ln. .ymptnmll Fatl'nc the pigs until wanted, when a well- SEMINOLE: FARE. NOTICE We !
to suit the times. re Throat, !- pay Express'harasstoall point. reached lijr HOUTIIGRX EXPRESS COM.
prices tlon.. I ulltnl... NwolienilIndaErup.n"f'rll or the t.ktn directed rifle' ball cuts the stem and Another PANT," hut to 1>oIIIu on linen of other Kxprmn ('onimnlt-n| we prepay only to |I'olntll where .
$tiffne.a of the "oint.. Ithewuau.W; friend secured a pony, hired Southern ExpreM Company transfers to Raid other Express Company. :
lion. rains, etc.Ulcers. drops one to the ground. This
yarn him to the Indian country and hired a "I"IYon

L. GAULDEN, may seem rather "stretchy," but It is', cowboy to pilot\ him through miles of

'* ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Scrofula, nevertheless, true. The pumpkins arc water and jungle to an fhdlan camp can Save Money J

very small, however, and very sweet. where he spent over a week In Investiga
ifflll practice In all the Courts of the State
I Florida, ,and the United States Courts. Running Sore EyesAre During/ the last war on the Seminoles tion. If ho had not been previously' .
the -- -- --
0.Box,235. TITUSVILLE, FLA. United States troops resorted to theIndlan'modo warned he would doubtless' have "vamoosed -

Money to Loan. 18 cored by of gathering them, and shot the ranch" sooner, or, as the
BOTANIC BLOOD BALM (B. B. B. their dinners from the trees. Seminole would It "cstahadka :33y JSon.c3.lia.8r: : : to; -
The express ,
Great
Blood
GOLDSMITH, Remedy. TilE SLAVERY QUESTION.But hlepus," which, being Interpreted, It
A.I cs:! s. :0. :Ieovos T
Th : hove named Incases are all due to dis to return to the slavery question. would mean something like "white maD ., I:

ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW eased terms germs make their floating around In the blood. These Each negro man is freed at the ago of git up and git." But ho smuggled some .
appearance on the
body at the
|point of least reHlstance. Lotions and salves twenty-one; his master then gives him a cheese and crackers in his saddlebags; LOTUS, FLOnXD.A., ,j':

[itasvllle, -- Florida may poison help must temporarily be !pot out,but of the to b'nod effect:' ,and cure that the Is rlllo, and If he is a member of the "Tal and ate thorn on the sly. Of course he I.if

why H. II.B.li. ltBotanic lllood Italm-cures. lahassee tribe" will even sell his daughter sat at meat with them- also, but confined FOIl QUOTATIONS ON '1 1
literally drives the 1101"on which produces
blood dlncases) out of the blood, bones for a. wife If he has enough cash and himself principally to jerked venison;

J. WEBB, and born body babe's leaving,and!leaves the flesh no bad as after pnre effects.as a new It can catch her, I wish I could record their "sofka" was too filthy in prepara- Seeds Fertilizers & Crate Material.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, stay Is this cured.kind. of a cure that counts. It cures to hero that he never docs, but with shame tion. It Is simply Indian corn mashed :wi
and cooked Into and Is standard "' i I
for the Indian maiden I must thatit a paste a -
I Will practice in the Courts of the 7th Scrofulous Poison of the Blood. say
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents Botanic Blood Balm ((11. B. B.) cures all Scro sometimes occurs that the black man dish with them.<<: as rice, and hominy Dealer In Fancy Groceries' Dry Goods and. Notions. I
ml rents and accounts collected. fulous and other poisonous conditions of the outruns her, though as already ,intimated are In the south, llghtbread at tho north, I I'
I bloor!. In either sex or at of life,
any age! no mat.
Iitusville, .. Florida. ter of how long standing, how previously mis this miscegenation is only practicedby or "frijoles" In Mexico. They had plenty JE3T" If you need a Stovo write for prices.
treated how obstinate, bow neglected, or how tribe. The not of wild honey, but the jug It was
acquired. one negro women are --- ------

0. FRIES, C. E. Sores, Bolls, Tumors. freed, unless a. freed man or an '''Indian kept In had'not been sufficiently rinsed tare, Clay Spring, in Orange county, Choice .

Botanic Blood Balm ((11. B. B.)cures all Sores, brave marries her. In the latter case he out to meet a fastidious taste, being which gushes' from the artesian depthsof Wines Liquors t'

COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land external Ulcerations evidences,Eruptions of blood, trolls taint., Tumors and other must buy her of her owner, and outrun nothing more or less than tho tripe of a tho earth at tho base of a high hill a as t r1 I

If Your Clood lias a Taint of her, but I have heard of no instance in deer. They keep pigs that sleep around full grown navigable river being joinedby and Cigars I

I legally surveyed and sub-divided Specific PoisoningYou which the negro woman outran her In- their camp fires, and follow them about the equally transparent waters of Guaranteed Pure.

lapping neatly done. Estimates for should lose no time In having It out. Our dian pursuer; It may ,be suggested that from place to place like dogs. Those of "!Hock". and "Hooster" springs on Its Sold at reduced
wonderful Botanic Blood Halm (B. B. B.)will do whole settlement feed all price
I kinds of the darky not so fleetfooted as the together day
engineering works. Dieted this for you speedily, thoroughly: and finally. course to the St. Johns,
So long as the virus remains It will keep burrowing Seminole girl; perhaps not, but that ex- and separate to their respective ownersat Imported.
lines a specialty. Into tisane, nerve and muscle, even Into TIIKIlt NAME FOIL TilE ST. JOHNS.
I. the bones, and you never know when or how planation will hardly satisfy the average night, making no 'mistake, every fellow Tokity 'Vine.Il'om ,
ITUSVILLE, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. violently it will break forth. You may not think reader as the prize in this case is to be to the proper camp fire, where they Also their _namo for the St. Johns- Italy.
much of the face
a sore on ,a pimply skin or an "Welaka" river of lakes describes
ulcerating throat, but either one of thorn may be won by a tardy fight, and not only gives enjoy social equality with tho other ( )- John B. Togni
the outcrop of far more dangerous internal con- members of the that stream so appropriately and beauti- ,
EORGE W. ALLEN ditions. her a husband and a "boost" in society, family. From this It
1, Should any one be afflicted with any stage of but loosens her bonds that are none the would seem td appear 1 Hint educated fully that It Is a matter of profound regret Metropolitan Saloon 12-1: East Bay SU,,
Blood Poison, Scrofula, Scrofulous Swellings, ,
: that the Spanish Catholics should
RheumatlHin, old Ulcers and Sores Tumors, less so because they rest so lightly. hogs are not original with H.irnutn. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Skin Diseases, Kidney Troubles, Erzema Catarrh have changed it to "St. .Johns." The
Their mode .....
Mercurial Poison, Tetter, Scaldhead, Tony has a half-breed wife who is one sepulcher is singular; it IVholeole mid tetan.
ley West, r. \ Florida broken down constitutions or any other disease hundred and fifteen years old, and not a cannot bo called burial, for they do. not oIly rello of the Indian name is preserved
caused by impure blood, B. B.B.-Botanic Blood in tho small)) town of Welaka at the
[Will practice in the United States Balm-will cure you after every other known gray flair in her head, and so active and bury their dead. Some stout logs:( aro The Largest and Most Com-
pd State Courts. 9jun95 remed.(has failed. Can be taken with perfect cut and laid together and the laid junction) of the St. Johns and Ocklawaha
safety. It leaves no harmful results nor bad swift-footed that no Indian maiden has corpKjt plete Establishment South.
after effects. B. B. B.Is the only quick and permanent yet been found with sufficient temerityto thereon; If a warrior, his rifle and accoutrements rivers. Ocklawaha Is said to mean
Blood Purifier earth. One bottle will "boggy others it Is said tomfan GEO. S. HACKER & SON
( ALPII E.. SMITH M. D. test it In any cane. Druggists: sell B II. li.at $1 run races with old Tony for a second are put by his side, that homay country; by ,
L per large bottle, or send direct to us and we will be fully armed and equipped at the "turtle river." I do not know
ship to any point, all charges prepaid, six large place on the ticket. Old Nanco would
PIIYSICIAN AND SURGEON. bottles on receipt of $5. Remember, B. B. 11. undoubtedly make it hot for such a one. "happy hunting grounds; a bottle of"sofka" which Is correct. Palatka mean "cat I
does not contain mineral or vegetable poison. "
tic crossing" "cow ford tho river
t
or
peclalist in Genital Urinary an Rectal Book FREE.BLOOD Tony himself Is more negro than Indian is also placed at his head thai ,
ho not starve ? to death his being narrow at that point with high
and a creek in'this county was named may ( ) on
Diseases. BALM CO AtlantaGa. land on either side making, It a convenIent

"Nlggertown Creek1'' on account ofTony's journey; a pen of notched logs Is built
Located at Placlde Hotel sloping until close at tho point to swim cattle across. 'Ta-
camp being located upon it in up, they top

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.R. the early days. He is a famous bear like a boy's bird trap, and is wrapped latlacaha" Is "cow range" "Ahapop. u Ana C
INDIAN RIVER STEAMERS.In ka" (now abbreviated to "Apopka") is
with wild and bamboo
hunter. It Is claimed that lit can take grape vines so

C. H. PEETE, a.trail a week old In good weather and that wild beasts cannot despoil it; they "potato-eating country" perhaps be- rvMANUFACTURERS

Effect Tuesday, Feb. 14, 180O. bring a "nocossee's" scalp in less than then quickly cover it with palmetto fans, cause tho rich hammock lands borderingon
EYE, EAR NOSE and THROAT.5C8 that large lake made the sweet potato
SOt'Ttt HOCMI. three days. A Bengal tiger once escaped and, with faces turned reverently to tho

Leave Tltusvllle. dally,except Sunday circus'' Cedar east, commit into tho keeping of tho yield abundantly under the Indian's
Cherry Street, and Wednesday .... .... '........... 400pm.: from a near Keys careless culture. '
Arrive Rockledge! ,dally, except Sun- and wandered down into the Everglades. t'Great Splilt" the bivouac of the dead.
Macon Ga. day and Wednesday.. ... 6:30: p.m. Tho celebrated "green corn dance" OF
Leave Titusville, dally, except 8amlayand Tony, who was out hunting, struck his TUB SEMINOLE DIAI.Y.CT.'Tbe .
Wednesday ................ 4:00: p m. trail and supposing it'to be the grand- has been often correctly described andso Doors Sash Blinds
LTTM., McL. DANCY, D. D. J. Arrive Jensen, daily, except Mondayand symphonious cadence that Is peculiar I will only mention a ceremony that ,
.. of all hunted him down
: Thursday 10:00: a.m. father panthers,
Leave Tltiisvllle Monday"Tue8day and to most Indian languages is well precedes It that seems to Invest It with & Material
Graduate of of Friday .. .. ......... .. ... ...... 4:110 p.m. and killed him. lie then invited all his sustained in the Seminole dialect Moulding Building
Philadelphia College especially something of the character of a religious
Arrive Palm Reach following day.... 2:J0}Im. friends to take dinner with him, and ?
Burgeon, class 1872. Perfect operations NORTH noU n. ate him on the spot. In a feast likethis' in their names for lakes and rivers, or legal ceremony rather than a mero Office! Warcrooms, King, opposite
broralsed, Hazeltlne Block, corner Bay they each of which has a significance either frolic. Cannon Street.Charleston .
Leave Palm Beach Monday, Wednes- Is his'own cook and as
Ind Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. day and Thursday '.., .., ,, ........ 0:00 a.m. every one descriptive of Its character or commemorative AH Indians who have boon ostracized S. C.
... been intimated the cookingdoesn't
Arrive Titusville following day .12tO: p.m. has already ,
Leave Jensen, dally, except Thursday of some incident. The old names by a violation of law may bo restored to
.. .... ..... .. quite come up to a Delmonico,
and Saturday 300p.m.; of their chiefs were generally pretty
very ; the and of their tribe
Arrive Tltusvllle,dally,except Sundayand and the fastidious habitue of that ele- society privileges Sash Weights& Cord and
Monday ........ .. '...12:30: ".01. such for instance, as Odcoola, Tallahassee by undergoing; certain ordeal. Theso ,
Irginia HomesYou Leave Rockledge dally,except Sunday gant hostelrle might find occasion to
and Wednesday! 9.00'a.m.: criticize old Tony's cuisine should he be Micanopeo, Tustonugge/ etc., but transgressors are called dogs. Hardware
dally except Sun
Arrive day Titusville and Wednesday, ,. .... .. ........12:30: p.m. Induced to dine with him. latterly are degenerated into such undlgnlflell Seven days before the dance, tho dogs

H. OAILLAUD, M'gr.. T. T. UErsEAgt.' : A friend of mine who committed such ones as Dilly Duster, Tom appear at the wigwam of tho medicineman Window and Fanqy GlassA

learn all about Virginia Lands St.Augustine. Fla.. DAVIES, lieu.A 6gt., *"la.CHAS. Tiger, John Jumper, Doctor Parker, who has a close skin tent prepared, SPECIALTY.

its resources, products, mode of cultivation Tltusvlle,Fla. Tom Cypress, etc, Tom and Billy seem and a large hot stone lies on tho fire; the

prices, etc, by reading the to be favorite names with them and famous "black drink" Is administered DO YEARS'

Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. Remarkable itcscuo. Public Statement FromA most of the girls are named Sallio This and they are shut up In tho tent with EXPERIENCE

for 3'months :'subscription to the Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainfield III., Inclination to adopt the names of the tho hot atone If they survive the
makes the statement that she caught Public Man whites evidence of tho impress .
Farmer Co., Emporla, Va. settled her lungs she gives some sweating and vomiting that ensues, theyare
cold, which on ;
that their limited association with
duly reinstated and permitted to 1
month her
was treated for a by family
W. H.Ohiey, K-Nertary of State of
Hon.
I physician but grew worse. lIe told her We.t Virginia, write an open letter. civilization bus made. Dut tho beautyof join in the feasting and dancing when It

she was! a hopeless victim of consumption their names is certainly not improved occurs', but, fin may be Imagined are in

.H l! and that no medicine could Dr. cure CHARLESTON W. Va., Mar. 0, 1898. thereby, and It is to bo feared that most a more suitable condition to appreciate TRADE MARK

her. Her Discovery druggist for suggested consumption King'sNew ; she To whom it may concern; other effects of said Intercourse are susceptible tho "corn1 than the "dance." COPYRIGHT. DCSION Ac.

bottle and to her delight found "I most heartily recommend Pe-ru-n of a similar criticism. Tahopo- There are other Interesting Anyone pending a sketch and dmrrlpMon mir
bought a many whether
in of catarrh. gcerteln opinion an
of benefit cubes qiilaklr/ our fre
1833.IOTTON. I fll:1P1 herself benefited from first dose She It as is especially great beneficial wherever the kallga III tho name of ono of our most things that might be said about this iiivimtlnn' U probably imionUble. ('otnuunlra.tlanaatrlctlyconedenUal.Ituldhnokonl'aleute.

: continued its use and after taking six beautiful lakes the north side of Uld"t for l eourlnv imtenti.I'ulenU .
mucous membranes are afTrcti'd. As a upon remnant of a once powerful band, of unt free. "" a iiiicr
found herself sound and well; taken through Nunn A to.; rvcclrftpitM
"
Aa6J Mlt11llJJ now bottles does her own housework, and is as tonic It certainly has no s' rlor. which the new and thriving town of whoso private life less Is known perhaps nutltt, without oharK, lit tun

well as she ever was. Free trial bottlesof W. U.OULKV, Ex-Sccre.r., of State. Klsslmmee Is situated, and through than of any other tribe In the United Scientific Jlm rlta".

OFT SEINE TWINES. this great discovery at F. S. ChaiTee's which the canal of the Okeechobeo States, but I must bring this to close, handiomelf tlludrat.dwukly. I,"me.t rtr.
drag store Only Silo and fl 1, every bottle Drainage Company loads. The name dilation of any axlentlda Journal.. '1'","".. $:t a
A PERFECT STURGEON TWINE, --- -------- ---- r aert four months,II. Bold by all new.Aeslera.'
guaranteed. Taiiopekallga I Is said to have been suggested
CABLE CORDS AND MACRAME I Volcanic Eruptions & Co 3Bl8resdway' New York
to the Indians by the redwing or Branch Ufflo. dZ5 V tt) Waahliwlon,D.C.
E.:: EMORY JOHNSON, o*... a 0'". M... Shears no bigger than a pin I IA one of I Ilion. startling blackbirds that Hock to Its Are grand, but skin eruptions rob life *
exhibits of the skill of a Sheffield rn of joy Jiucklen's Arnica Salvo euros
the
MOODUS CONN. shears shores In nesting time, and whose notes them also old running and fever sores, AND
COTTON
of these weigh
dozen
workman; a somewhat resemble the word, but this Is ulcers, bolls, felons, corns, warts, cuts,
less than half a grain or about the not authentic. bruises, burns, scalds, chapped hands,

weight of a postage stamp; they are as chilblains. Best pile cure on earth.
The Kisslmrnee river which connects
+- made as shears of ordinary Drives out pains and aches. Only 25cU LINEN NETTING.
perfectly this lake with Lake Cypress Is said to .
r a box, Cure guaranteed. Sold by F. S.Chaffoe .
I A big yield of both size I have taken its name from a romantic druggist.A .
and satisfaction
pront episode, showing that even so simple an
will result if you plantFRRYS.Seed5 CURE SCROFULA promptly and perm -
nantly by a thorough course of Hoods Incident as a kiss will fix a name among diamond In constant use for cutting

Sarsaparilla. All forms of this painful Indians. The legend goes that an adventurous cold glass lasts about three months, butIf

disease yield to the blood puriflylng white man-a lover of naturein used to cut hot glass would last for FISHING TACKLE ,

power of this great medicine.flood's a moment ot Impulsive and Impru- one day.
They are alwar the beat.
Do nut accept mar autwtltut Pills are the best family cathartic dent admiration of Nature's child, sur- Superior quality Llncu Gill Netting-
-buy coo but Frrr a.
1 Hold by all dealer Write for and liver tonic. Gentle, reliable reptlously snatched a kiss from a Seminole GOLD I l I. of no value when health Is made, from Knox's Scotch thread.

0.tba'w Bleed Auooal-frt. sure. {Y. II'OULICT. gill, and the startled maiden's sim In danger.; What's of more value ? Samples and estimates cheerfully fun*

I M.FERRY&COD.IrofMich Pe-ru-Da hag cured tho'|'tnds of obstinate pIe, childlike plaint to her mother established 1'ratt's up.to.date tablet will break upa ished. Corks, Leads Lines etc.

The man who is always striving for cases of catarrh, and Is perhapsthe the name of the river upon cold In one day and for constipation J, b. JOHNSON A CO.,
and biliousness and all malarial troubles
'things that are beyond his' reach fre- only efficient remedy In existencefor whose banks the kiss was stolen-"Klss- It has no equal., By mall prepaid for 23c., Manufacturers,

r quently gets others that are equally alI catarrhal disease ; but there ,are blra-me." "'Ve," or "we-wa," In SemInole Pratt Medicine Co., Station B, Chicago, 121 South St., BALTIMORE, MD.

It is now stated that the invention of I good.A countless multitudes of people who are means water, and "hatcLee" means 111. bend for sample.
with catarrh and need
gunboats and armor protected gun dates I struggling river, but they sometimes compound"we" Palmetto Drug Store, Daytona.
thews the
back to the fifteenth help. To such a* unqualified
century.To two or three weeks' course of Dr. recommendation of Pe-ru-ns by Ex. with other words, and use It to express The'whole family feel Injured whena -

sweeten the breath, brighten the :M. A. Simmon Lifer Medicine will 10 Secretary Ohley is directed. Pe-ru-na river, as "weklva" (clear water) is woman comes home from her sewing Drugs, medicines, chemicals,fine toilet
function that brushes, combs, perfumery and
eye, clear tho complexion and Insure regulate will operate the w4'bout any aid what- Is scientific and purely vegetable. All used to describe the limpid, surging society and says the didn't hear any soaps fancy,toilet articles in great variety

the natural bloom of health, use Dr. M. they druggists sell it. waters of that beautiful wonder of nag news. M. HUSTON, prol'r.t .
A. Simmons Lifer Medicine. ever.








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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE FEBRUARY 24, 1899.



-+ INDIAN RIPER ADVOCATE, 4- success.! As proof of the fact that these times party on the night of the 17th lost.
schemes are not practicable, the trees Georgiana.Mr. In the town hall. Over fifty persons Indian River RealTITUSVILLE Estate
have been winter the Agency
damaged every by were present and a most enjoyable time
WBIKLT JOnm! AL DBTOTKD TO THB DBT LOrMEXT frost. Covering a grove; with boards or Leo left on the steamer Monday was the verdict of all present, despitethe
or Tae IltDUN RIVRB, LAKKWOBTH fences Is rot practicable for this reason: night for a visit to Palm Beach. fact that all were feeling somewhat
AKO BIMATNB BAT SEOTIOHS. If a person by so covering could prevent blue around the edge on account of the FLA.YOU
his trees from freezing, the expense Harry Grattan, wife and Miss} Free- fantastic freaks the weather had been .
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.OIABLM would be enormous, as the 'space to be man started Weddnesday for their home cutting recently. Sam Stewart and Will
heated would be five times as much as In New York. They will visit F. A. Fredrlckson furnished the music, which
the space taken up by the trees In thegrove Whit, their uncle, at Daytona, for a was exceedingly good. We presume would do well if you have property to sell and want It advertised
H. WALTON, Editor & Proprietor. covered. few days. 1 is Chit!
so that as our feelings Improve we will get paper, free of cost to you, and put In the hands of live men, to write
Paper Is not practicable, no matter In The many friends of P. C. Halolln more gay, and the next thing on the and at once to
this Agency for Blank Contracts, put your property before the
what form It could not stand the public
as ball.
will be learn his will be a fancy dress
to of
long and program
sorry
17 8. Department of Agriculture heavy wind or rain, would be unhandyto serious Illness at his home at Miami. jy Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency. Why
Weather Hurenu-Jupiter, Fla. handle, and the wear and tear la han Some of our neighbors are just comingin Dot
dling would cause continual and expensive out of the woods, where they sent to yours.
repair Now my Idea Is this: In get a lightwood knot with which to PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10.nn.
The following is a comparative statement order to make a practical protection for Jensen. smoke their' pineapple plantations the ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.00 per acre.
of temperature and rainfall for the trees, first, It must be something that other night when the man who makes Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of
week ending Tuesday, Feb. 21, 181m.) can be erected quickly, an minutes count the weather up in Washington or Titus- Gallle; first..clasa for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price, $1 000 tan
-1899- -1808- where the temperature changes as rapidly G. Goodsell, representing the Valen ville sent us word that there was a cold- ORANGE GROVE, 14 acre, 50 mites south of 'fitn vitte. Will pay *1000
DATE. MAX. )(IN. MAX. MIW as It does In Florida; second, It must tine Produce Co., New York, has beenIn blooded streak heading down this way !year and $2,000 next. Price,'$7,000. thil I
15 72 58' 77 02 be light, durable and lasting; third, it town for the past few days. on a double quick, threatening to seek HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titusville, from $3 to $25: per acre.
16 78 07 72 i 51; must be water and wind proof and put The consecration service at All Saints whom It might devour and do what One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2} miles west of Titusville good
17 COf,8 55W:' 73 00 iin In such a manner that a small amount church last Sunday was well attended damage that might come handy or other. pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, tjl'; O.OO. tot
,
18 81 77 70 of fuel will keep; the temperature around there beinc nlnct\-one. .Dresent. .wise. We_ ..were. all. occupying_ ._u,the_ .L"anx___ '
19 (; 61 70 05 the tree above the freezing point. ious seat," ouivsiDce no uave IDaweuont ----- -=
20 0!) rin 80 00 Now when I went to work upon this Wheeler N. Coon returned home last and returned thanks for the pros
21 so 62 CO 54 appliance; I tried and did succeed In do Sunday, from Atlanta, where he has pective mullet crop and the cheapnessof A\I.tES:: : :8. :aO-C-eS:: .

Total rainfall for the week: 1.08lncbes ing this. For twenty years I have been been taking a,course In dentistry.Mrs. grits; we feel better and shall now ,
Departure from normal rainfall for the connected with large; circuses, and have proceed In the even tenor of our way as
" week: plus 0.45: Indies. Departure handled tents and canvases of every description R. D. Hoke left Monday for Mel- though nothing had or could happen to Grain Feed Flour Grits
from normal rainfall since January 1, and everyone realizes that witha bourne, where she Is to assist In the musical turn our feathers the wrong: way. But Hay Meal and
y plus 1.61Incbes. circus we must put up tents and all part of the East Coast Chautauqua. laying all jokes aside, our feet did get ", ,
other paraphernalia Now this mighty cold and when we got up on the
J W. CRONK, Observer. quickly.
appliance of mine for the biggest tree Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Warner, who fatal morning and found the pump on a Cotton Seed Meal. New Garden Seed arriving Fred n

weighs s than 18 pounds; no water, have been spending the winter at the strike, we thought$ strange if not won-

TilE ADVOCATE rejoices with its no wind can go through It; the chemicals Al home Fresco In New hotel York., left last week for their derful things. In anticipation of a won- all the time
istfer cities Jacksonville and Miami the canvas Is treated with produce derful yield of pines for this season, we
heat In themselves. You just see that had planned various and several things
on the splendid appropriations man and boy place the protection over I The hall"hard times party" held in the and were even getting so extravagant as : Agent. for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to
town Feb. the
recommended in the river and that tree In less than three minutes and i Improvement, Association 17th, by Village to use the highest price butter and putting beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotation/.
was a
harbor bill, for the improvement of you know that any heat given; Inside can- success. Though many wore costumes grand it on both sides of our bread, but Lowest cash prices.

their harbors, and hopes the bill not escape. suggestive of hard times, we think Ed alas! Oleomargarine Is a prime article Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Now that (Is the Idea In a nutshell. I Andrews, of Eden would take the now and only on one side of the biscuitat
ti will become a law. Now let our have proven it Is practical, durable; and for wearing the most, prize that. "Leaf rendered lard" is now
appropriate costume
representatives go to work and do now the question arises, "Ate the grow- for a "hard times considered unhealthy and the compound =
something for Titusville. ers in a condition to buy this aDDliance party. l Is praised for its purity and adaptability ru A C "XT STH7T7T: C' T T A ATr
I outright ?" You naturally answer--'No." The V. I. Association. gave a hard to the present status of things. \.nfi.J.: iN. VV .c.L nfil ,
I., I realize that fact, and It has been suggested I
A SIGNIFICANT indication of the to me that we form a company,
value of educational work and take four or five of the best groves
being
done by philanthropists in East disadvantage for protection of; but the smaller that would orange be to grow the 1899 Wall Papers 1899 CEMENT, BRICK, LIME, SHINGLES,, COAL TAR,, PLASTER,,

London, is shown by the fact that ers. Now what: I propose to do, and

w of seven scholarships in natural will do it with the help of the growers, Manufacturers Agent. Samples Now Ready.Rangpnr *# HAIR AND LATH. *#
Bcience given at Oxford in the, past is to form a company, but I realize it .
*
will take an enormous capital, as one of
six months, three have been awarded State Agent I... & M. Paints and
these protections, for an average tree, Oils.
Carpet.
to boys educated at the London will cost over 500. Ajute Carpet in matting '

people's palace technical college. If the growers will contract with me patterns. Moth proof and cheap. Old 'Phone 8. jut} 13 Hogan Street,
to allow me to protect a certain number,
JACKSONVILLE
or all of their trees for number of years, I FLORIDA.
THE future water supply is one without one cent outlay from them, I \ FURNITURE STORE
: of the serious problems which confronts 1 will form the company, the company ,

,the city of Jacksonville. toxfurnisli the protection, and receive, ,TITUSVILLE, FLA

c The importance of some immediate from for so the doing trees, so a percentage protected.: of the crop .HAMMOND PACKING CO

action being taken was emphasized II
.
p, during' the recent cold spell by the ,
-
Steamer For Sale. ;
bursting of the water pipe -...:.. THE NIAPES Season 189899.They (Formerly The G. H. Hammond Co.)

throughout the .city. It is believed The light draft stern-wheel steamer, :
that the shortage is caused by the Canaveral, built in 1801 by the Men-111- have been the Standard OUR SPECIALTIES :

numerous private wells which draw Stevens:) Co., <>f Jacksonville.She Fertilizers for f20 .
is 51 feet long and 15-ft. beam, "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
their supply from the same strata and draws about 14 inches; has two years In Florida.My .
of water-bearing rock, and It i in high-pressure condensing: engines, 6x24. MANURES. "Coin Special" canned meats."Calumet" .

suggested that the next legislatureenact Her boiler and engines were put in first- hams and breakfast bacon.
" G
law the class condition by her builders last year. o ;
a restricting drillingof To be seen at Peter Nelson's yard in .- "Calumet" leaf lard.
wells by private concerns. On Titusville. Address, '

the ground _of "protection for the nOD DINS & GRAHAM, Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .

public," the suggestion is a good t. f. Titusville, Fla.: Fertilizers Are as good as Mapes. compound lard
one and should be acted upon by sausages
DROWNED AT STUART.A and all Packing House Products.
our law-makers. They all qUOte MapeS As the Standard of Excellence.


As AN evidence of the splendid German who came to Stuart to fish The MapeS put the money In the pockets of the growers. FLORIDA BRANCH : Jacksonville, Fla,
a few days ago went out last Sunday
work being done by our represents afternoon In very small row boat with Vegetables, Strawberries, Orange and other Fruit Trees. i !' Write us for quotations, and you will\ be pleased.
tives in Congresss, the senate river a sail raised. In a short time the boat

and harbor bill as completed, capsized and he sunk and was drowned.' Pineapples, Bananas Tobacco, etc. .
Ho was warned not to start, but would
places Jacksonville/ on the continuing not listen to What r",9"' -
reason. At this writing yOU Want Are Results, Results, Results, Results. I have been v A FAMILY JAUNT
contract list for $1,359,750 for ((22nd) the body has not been found, Qde9oLu &.
jetty work and keeps $125,000, for though dllligent search has boon made. the Mapes Agent; In Florida over Twenty Years.I In one of our canopy top phaetons or surreys -

other improvements. The bill also' Tht man was stranger: and no one I have can be enjoyed for any length of time
SOld
s seems to know his name or where he Millions of Dollars worth of their goods to Thousands of V without weariness. You can get more
carries ,with it an appropriation, of came from. About a month ago he was Consumers all over the State. Of all these thousands not one single consumer ws solid comfort in one than in any other vehicle
$1,000,000 for the improvement of j drifted or washed ashore near the Inlet has found fault with the Quality of these Goods. r e 1 on the market. For the horseman
the liiscnyno bay, and gives $iW-, when ho lost his boat and barely escaped Y v III that loves speed, a runabout or as light as
000 for the removal of hyacinths. drowning: then.Evidently The best yields. The best keeping qualities.The can be constructed, well-made and strong,,
These I ho did not know how to 1\ he will find here at bed-rock prices.P. .
recommendations are now manage u boat. most reliable in drouths.

on 'final passage and the people of E. McMURRAY & BAKER,

the East Coast should unite .energetically -, Of Intercut to the Kant Coast Always the best prices in all the markets. Main & Church Sts.,

in upholding' the hands -
' of our able representatives in congress Other additions and changes made by Read the following. It covers all these points : : JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

by bringing their inlluenco to the commerce committee to the House i "ORANGE PAHK, FLA., August 27th, 1808. I (7 // rw- State Agents for Sterling Bicycles.
bill is the amendment for the Improvement "MR. J. R. TYSEX oZ.to",.""" I .___ ,. ,..._
bear on every important channelto of the harbor at Miami, which was Agent Mapes Co., Jacksonville, Fla: r
keep the recommendations where also greatly; desIred by the Florida delegation "Dear Sir:-I have been raising vegetables for the Jacksonville market many
years with indifferent success. You have often tried to induce
they are-on final In Congress me to usa
passage. The Item for the dredging: of the chan Napes Mamued, but I could never bring myself to It, as I always thought they The
nel at Negro Cut, near Indian River inlet cost too much. This year I concluded to use them, and it has been a lesson to Belvedere.l Opposite Postofflce.
THAT the freeze of last week did is amended so as to allow, In addition mo. I had most excellent crops, notwithstanding the drouth, and my stuff \ .
I to the has always sold at once at the highest market price. I was especially fortunate
considerable appropriation of $;),000, con- -
damage to the citrus
tained In the House bill, the expenditure on watermelons. My crop was all large and choice. Customers were waiting -
fruits and winter vegetables there for me trip to the and I realized Imported and Domestic
of the unexpended balance of the every city, more than twice the prices my
can be no question | but subsequent amount heretofore appropriated for tho neighbors did, and always sold my boatload at once. I got twelve to eighteen
developments that construction of a training wall or piling cents for mine when the slip was full of boatloads offering them at from five to WINES
prove we
LIQUORS and CIGARS.
were more scared than hurt for the protection of the dredged channel ten cents, and I am sure I shall protlt hereafter by my experIence this year. I
far
so had splendid Success, also, with Irish potatoes. ,
I I as the orange trees. are concerned. "Yel') Truly Yours, J. L. MOORE."

.. After careful examinations made W- Write to me for Pamphlets with full particulars, price, analysis, and tes- 2Jcts.Wine Rooms Steaks for gentlemen: only. Merchants I Lunch Room, 12 to 2iO:: p. n.
i1 by many.of our oldest and most experienced Stuart. tl imonUlls that will interest .von. A full stock always nn, Imnil.. chops, game and oysters in season served after 12 noon. ,
'- -----'-
] growers, the opinion is II. W. ,METCALF
J. B... TYSON A.gOn.'t ,
that the older trees along the East Mr and Mrs. Shatle have returned to : ,
Coast are not seriously damaged Ohio. On reaching: there they found J ohcsonvill: F1.a. Jacksonville, Fla.
the thermometer 27 degrees below -
zero
Many of the young trees are probably 1 t Is needless to say they wished themselves
I killed and a large per cent of back in sunny Floiida.
CHESEBRO
the WILLIAM CLARKE Sanitary Plumber BROTHERS *!
vegetable
crop was destroyed. Mr and Mrs. Wm. Miller, of Youngstown -. ,
One fact which this freeze empha Ohio, are spending; a couple of .... "

sizes upon our citizens is the Importance months with their son, N, W. Miller Fine Gas Fixtures Plumber and Gas Fitter -
Roofing Sheet WHOLESALE _
of diversifying their Mr. Miller Is greatly pleased with Florida ,
crops

sumption.and to raise The enough_ sooner for our home people con I late though freeze.he arrived just In time to see our Iron work, pumps and drain pipe, bath tabs, water clos COMMISSON FISH DEALERS,,


be realize this, the better off they will bridge Fishing; has almost with hook ceased and for line awhile at ,the as etS and Wash Stands Copper vessels of all descriptions re-tinned.

even though another freeze e wa er is now too fresh to draw the No. 1, Fulton Wholesale
disastrous in its effects, may not ofish up so far; yet, fishing with nets continuo 37 Forsyth St., near Laura St., Fish Market, New York
occur in a half and the freeze has driven new men JACKSONVILLE SPECIALTIES:-Spanish Mackerel, Red
century.
to the task. FLA.JVC. Sheephead, Pompano, Bluefish,

Snappers, Kingfish, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hey, who
ORANGE GROVES CAN BE started In their boat for Eden, Sunday IJR.SC :- Stencils promptly supplied. References furnished If desired.
, .
PROTECTED afternoon preceding the storm, were -
AGAINST caught in It in going the Indian
up river
(Successor to Hirsch. CLARENCE B. MILLER.
FROST, when they had to anchor for the night. ) MILLER LONOBOTIIAH.S. .
They were fortunate to escape without WHOLESALE Established 1841. '

W.Thoroughly II. McFKrlantTc Tested Invention, And the ItenulU 11m nee further good; damage.A representation. of our people B.
FRUITS MILLER
are Wonderful. attended church the dedication between of Waveland the new Episcopal and AND PRODUCE *: CO.

W, II. McFarland's Idea of protecting Jensen All greatly admired the ,
orange trees has excited, a great deal of chapel, and surely no lovelier pretty WHOLESALE .
spot was
,Interest the last week. Our reporter ever found for a church It is
a
pretty Fish
was sent to Interview Mr Finland knoll over-looking the Indian River Oysters and Game. COMMISSION FISH DEALERS

,, and to request him to explain the value Great credit is due Mr. and Mrs. Racey, ., ,
of his Invention to the growers. In the who were the principal contributors. No. Fulton Fish Market, New York.
Interview, Mr. Mol<'arland said: In the Adjoining is a lot for a cemetery and 73 South Broad Street, ATLANTA, GA.
five winters that I have resided In Flor Special
surely one is greatly needed bodies attention
as given
ida, I have probably seen a hundred are scattered on many plantations where REFER TO: The Commercial Agencies: the Capital City Bank, to the sale of Pompano, Spanish
schemes tried for preventing the frost graves will soon be uncared for or forotton. Paper Co., Atlanta, Ga' The National Bank A. Kaiser & Bro, Brunswick Dlrachberg, Ga. REFERENCES-Futton J Mackerel, Blue Fish, etc. .
from damaging the trees and I Guckenhlmer & Sons iferman & lAman S. and Market )
none with Kayton, A VeUbuVg, Savannah Ga. A. National Dank, or Wholesale Fish dealer
; .any
Montgomery, Agent Southern Express Co., Atlanta, Ga. r Stencil In the United State/,
furnished
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spend several weeks with Capt. J. n
Andrews.

Mr. and Mrs. Murphy, of Amsterdam! JI

oVAL N. Y.: are the pleasant guests of Rev., .FERTILIZERS. ) +

Mr.wife Sawyer are delighted and wife.with Mr.our Murphy settlement and .1 t

and surroundings and
are
having
t great

taking Powder sport Mr.fishing and Mrll.Tr'and W.hunting.n. ITarrlll, accompanied I SPECIAL PRICES '

mother by Homer Eaton, "1ft! and (J) '
/ spent last week at Palm Beach
i
and
K They were all delighted 070 .
Made from pure with trip and speak In highest!

cream of tartar. terms of the hotel accommodations, es- w.[i] P1

pecially the table.. __Jinee..ppl ono GrOV\Te\ _


f feguards the food New Geo.York n. ,Langenbacher who> have been and visiting father,the of r.l

different resorts along the East Coast, .Zi.ll Around JT'ortlllzox: : .

against alum. left here Monday for Rockledge, Ormond Price $25.0O. S3T": Before buying,: the following,: Materials be sure and apply to ': I.1.JGUARANTEED
and Daytona. Mr. Langenbacher has
very line pineapple plantation here and a hih ANALYSIS: \II for prices, and we 11'11prove\ to you we can save: you money.

ilng powders are the greatest Is also general manager of Miss Tibbals' Moisture......,...,....,.................... ............................. ...,'.. to to STEAMED HONK HAW HONE
i tobcaltb of the present day. property here.Judging Ammonia........ .................................... .... .... ................n. S to 6 ,
[ Equal to Sulphate of Ammonia................................................. 20 to 25 BLOOD AND HONE ACID PHOSPHATE
from the numerous inquiries Available rhosphorta Acid. ................................................... ate 1\ ,
1I ma.ixma K*>t*It 00.,New- that are almost dailyr received hiB Kqual to Bone l rhotiphaM' of Lime.................................. ............ II to 13FotaMiKIO DISSOLVED HONE
residents here for by our : ....................... .......................................... 8 to 8 NITRATE OF SODA, k
--- a place to board with Sulphate of VoUJih.... ........ .... .. ........................... 8 to 10
private families camping on houseboat, Flanaet ,L me,8oda, eto..:,.................................................. M to 80. SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TO11ACCO STEMS_ E-I
besides the large number of visitors as TOBACCO DUST COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,
Write for
Miami. guests of our people who would be glad Ir:: Special(, Pamphlet.
COTTON SEED HULL ASHES KAINIT AND POTASIIES.a .
to secure board ,o be able to ,
spend a
Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at low
longer time, that no investment would very 0 :_

A. Waddellls doing a big real es- pay better than a small hotel or board prices. I

_, business. ing house at this place; and any party

Hotels Royal Palm, :Miami, and Con- experienced ing house could in keeping not wish hotel a better or board-loca Please Correspond with us before ,being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for : '

y have been, well patronized this tion or find one that has more advantagesthan hi Pamphlet. Pi .
k. here, with the abundance of fish In

enry M. Flagler has been spending a the river, lakes and\ ocean'; the elegant LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER &: PHOSPHATE CO. .

J days at Nassau, as reported in last bathing the delicious; the quail and deer hunting;! ,, (l1't t 1
k'a ADVOCATE oysters and the best of all;
in the very midst of the largest pineapple
{
of the East Coast" :TaclnsorL-vIll ZFlorld.su
the "Pink Paper plantations in the United States : i
well represented at the Royal Palm and the noted Indian River oranges and .

(first of the week. the numerous other tropical fruits grow-

i. E. Ingrabam, land commissioner of ing here, and many other things that British flags crossed, with a pennant Melbourne. of the prettiest houses In town. I Fancy Pineapple Slips anti Suckers J,;

I East Coast Railway, has been spend- any business man would see at a glance.Do bearing the initials of the club. Mr. and Mrs. If. B. Carter left for for Hnle.

[a few days in this section.t Reliable information has been received Clarendon, Arkansas on Tuesday's I !:

that the at Miami you want to buy or sell from points down the cast coast indicating anODE A OOODE.-lUiat Estate and I.oanll. train, delighted with their wedding tour .q'1
is said season propertyon !
gay that harm has been done Agent( for .Etna. LnniUm and Liverpool and In Florida and followed to their Abbakas, Egyptian\ and Golden Queen, r..
but just commenced and that the Indian River ? If you do, write the no great Ololxt, and Imperial Fire Inturanre. 8wclal! | sunny ,
I ante of the winter will be one round Indian River Real Estate Agency, Titus- citrus fruit trees along the lower part of attention paid to the IntoreiU of -restt l.dentl. l. new homo by the well\ wishes of numerous Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and Red"
ville, Fla. See page 4. a the coast. Pineapple plants have been friends. Spanish. Apply toMADHOCK
ayeties. down those that A MATTHXMS! ,
cut except were covered. )
has given orders for thelilting who the cold Right Rev. Wm. Crane Gray, Bishopof "Palm Beach Pinery," I
jlr. Flagler Many anticipated WHEN YOU 00 TO MELBOURNE call at the South Florida will make his annual
of a hundred-acre grove. The Bovine.Mr. wave took the precaution to cover their Itaxaar, Mr*. Chan J. F.Camiilwll ft Co., Millinery West Palm Beach, Fla.: I
fation has not been selected, but itil plants. Notions I>rr floods l LaiHoi' readymade visitation to this diocese this (Friday) .
and woven Underwear, Ferrln' Renowned evening at St. John's church lie will ,
I be somewhere between Miami andt The first Northern mall since last Sun Comet,etc., embroidery and colored silks, .Administer the rites of baptism and confIrmation .
| Lauderdale. Fred Houston has gone to Ft. souvenir spoons,Stationery,etc. .
Pierce. day reached here last Friday morning, assisted by Archdeacon
iss Julia I. Parsons, the accoraplish- and on the same train came a large lb rown.
daughter of Superintendent Parsons, Messrs. Bethel and Eugene Stewart attended number of tourists, who have been out HOTEL RIVERSIDE, MELBOURNE FLA., TRY BUG DEATH
:Mrs. John Toombos, mother of our
I Coast line has the road for four After baying overlooking Indian River: homelike arooin.modatlonn
the East Steamship I justice court at Cocoa. on days: -
and rood board. Rate 11.1\0 former townsman Wm. K. Toombnn,
per
|ived, and will spend the remainder of Mr. Eugene Kinard was out here Sunday ; New York they were detained at day or$6.00 to $7.00 per' week according to died recently at her home, Ashtnbula,
i winter at the Royal Palm. ; Washington Richmond and other points location of room. fllttclal' rate' to River ON GROWING
on his new horse, which he has lately while the people CHAS.T. MollRIDE, Ohio. The deceased lady and her late f Pr
I en route railway companieswere
homas Marshall and family, who traded with Mr. Wingate.Mr. in tracks of rrojinetor.U2T" husband, whom, she survived but one
snow
clearing
Ro been staying at Hotel Miami for engaged year, spent several winters hero. Her ,; VEGETATION.
and Mrs..Chriss Houston and two drifts and other obstructions caused by
death will bo mourned
sincerely by
time have to the Peacock many
nie ,
gone
L Cocoanut Grove where they will children, of Eau Gallic, visited at the the recent blizzard Subscilptlons for the ADVOCATE friends who knew her as genial, whole- -
end, the remainder of the winter. home of Mr. Bethel Stewart on Sunday. the pink paper of the East Coast, will be souled woman, and a kindly friend. Mr. An Insecticide and
mention the ADVOCATE when
Please received at the Melbourne Postofllce.
Toomtas and his reside at
family now
Messrs. Gene Stewart and Craig Hop-
The hunters are beginning to get in'tin writing advertisers. : Plant Food
kins attended the dance given at Mr. Lnvonla, On. Tho loss of his mother

work. Purser Lovelace and Geo. Otwells on Friday evening.Mr. Hotel Riverside is having her share of following HO shortly upon the death of k Combined.
[ling a guest of the Royal Palm, Rockledge.Miss .,' bis father, comes upon him as a 'jtoveiouillictlon. Po NrxAnw Nh .. to....
fent part of Tuesday in the woods, and Mrs. T. J. Billiard and live guests this week lorMoo .......

jnging back large number of quail, children drove through here last week. Dr. Hauler and wife and Mrs. Cottonare ADVANTAGES OF USE:
Ibits, and other birds. They were returning tj Brannonville Elsie Smith has returned to Stetson Wo are informed of the death of, little
now pleasant guests of Mrs Carter
to apply wind does not blow It .
Easy
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from a visit to Mrs. Hilliard's mother at University, DeLand. Edith Mayberry, youngest daughter of .
The terminal station and wharf are Chulaota.A Capt. Bob Hardeo and wife, of Sebastian the late Addition Mayberry, at Woody, olT, and cain will not .wash It off. Prevents
lighted by electric lights. This is akt II. J. Smith, of Pompton Lakes. N. J., were in-town last Tuesday.Geo. Ills. This little girl, who resided hero blight. Non-poisonous and will
improvement over the oil lampst large steamer stopped at Lake Washington arrived hero on Sunday last winter with her parents will be remembered imt Injure except Insect life;
have been there. The the :St. Johns River W. Holmes, of Sharp was In excellent pant food and will increase
doing duty landing on : Col. J. M. Paine has gone to Wisconsin as a winsome child with a remarkably an ,
leg have been distributed through for the purpose of taking; on wood. She after spending several weeks here. town last Saturday, calling on friends.A J sweet voice, her singing at growth of crop. Send for circulars and
relfth street and Avenue D, and as left for the North Indian Field with grand game of baseball was spoiled school entertainments eliciting pleasurable testimonials from those who have used
[>n as placed in position these streets quite a number sportsmen as passen Hotels Indian River, Plaza and New last Tuesday afternoon by a heavy down- surprise and favorable comment. It. ''l'rylt-It will do all we claim.

I be lighted. gers. Rockledge are doing a big business. pour of rain. She was crippled with rheumatism, and DANFOUTK CHEMICAL Co.,

The Dade and Chas. S. Carscallen, president of the was very much benefited during her Or Leomlnster, Mass
County Agricultural Mr. Mlsmer left hero las week for his
rticultural Fair will be held during White City. > Jersey City Bank of New Jersey, and his home In Chicago, but wo look for him residence in Florida, but grew rapidly It. J. Martlnay, Geti'l Agt., Fla.
month of March. The exact date wife, are registered at the Hotel Indian again next fall. woiso since leaving here last spring Jacksonville,

i not yet been determined. The disy River. .
| last year was most wonderful for a Rev. E. T. R. Fripp, left here last week Wm. Bradley, of Brooklyn, who has Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Heller and daughter -- -- -

Idwinter exhibition, but It is expected for Chicago, to accept a position with been looking over his orange; grove at Miss the Bessie, of Easton, Pa., are
lit the display will. be much greater I his eldest son. City Point, left for Palm Beach Tuesday, among Carleton. pleasant guests of Hotel Insecticides and Powder Guns.

is year. The amount to be given in We pleased to acknowledge the with Miss Bradley and Mrs. Bradley.
miums this will be much are Miss Mamie Holmes of
year moren Sharpos: came
receipt of a photograph of a 187-lb. of Now York _
last. Judge Neuschafer, City, down last Saturday to attend the clntti-
tarpon, caught in the St. Lucie River, after an extended fishing trip as far tauqua. While In town she Is the guestof Road the following from Mr. Brown, so well known on the East Coast :
by Mr. F. Gray Giiswold, of the Lonl- south as Miami, has returned to spendthe
Postmaster Goode's family. "IIvi'oi.uxo FLA. Nov 18 1808.
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As an advertising medium, nI -> lard party. remainder of the season at New .
"MR. C. II. TYSE.V
I paper on the East Coast can beat tilt White road has been Uocklcdge. Capt. and Mrs. Jacob Wilder, Mrs ,
the City ,
ADVOCATJ1:. Give us a trial advt., Since the Kitterlng! and Miss McPhcrsou came up "JACKSONVILLE, FLA :
[and be convinced of the pink paper' opened to the new county road on Col. W. S. Proskey paid Titusville a from Valkaria last Monday on business "Dear SirI liavo been using the Laurel Green I got from you this season
Indian ttiver, we have been receiving 11 brief visit last; :Saturday: : ; going .l1)) on '
IWOItll. hereto and pleasure bent on three acres of beans, and never saw anything to equal It. There Is not a wormto
number of visitors who have driven train and the
the noon returning on
bo seen. Put on with n I find land plaster is not required. It is
powder gun.
look at bur crops. steamerin the evening; lie went up for Judge Kennedy and bride of Young. well tomatoes and J. JIKOWN.
Fort the purpose of reviewing tho Indian town, 0., are still\ at Hotel Carleton and acting on eggplants.
Pierce. Mr. W. S. Rowley paid White City a River! Guards. seem well pleased with the sport they Write to run (Clias. K..TyHcii, Jackisouvlllc) ) for pamphlets and
the interest of tobacco
vlst last week, in find In MelbourneIshing.. quotations.
culture, and was well pleased with the Winthrop Cone, the champion fisherman .
\'e are Raul- -- --- -- --- -
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sorry note K. prospects here lie complimented Mr. of north-western Connecticut, has Those who are fortunate enough to bo '.
Jon Is still\ confined to his bed. I Rooks on having the largest and ilnest come to Rockledge; to try his luck. He able to attend the East: Coast Chautauqua -

apt. A. J. Lewis left for Palm Beach, tobacco plants in the htate. Ills plantsare will\ spend several days here, and were it held at Melbourne now, are enjoying M. WXSOKER: :

|t Sunday:: on a week's vacation two feet high. not for our almost Inexhaustible supplyof a rare treat In the lectures, mono-
TIio /half, the resident fishermen here logues, )plays and concerts. Dr. W. L. MANUFACTURER ()It' -
last week we have had some very AVanted would feel somewhat alarmed as to how Davidson is the prince of sloreoptlconlectuiers.
nvy rains, the back country being full they were to exist after his departure. Ills lectures on Shakespeare
Iwater. and Switzerland were grand and\ will Umbrellas Parasols.
'he Hev. For the summer months, situation as Judge R II. Lalmboer, Jr., of New long be remembered. The musIc by and
Mr. Allen held services in
of hotel or private property. York annual visitor to the East
caretaker an Prof. Earl Adams, Mrs. It.-H. Jloko and
Methodist church last Sunday, morn- Understands lawns, flowers, shrubs, etc. Coast, and a subscriber to the "pink W. Pomeroy was fine and enjoyable ,
; and evening, to large congregations. Address, R. B., paper," is again at Hotel Indian River, Rev. Gco. M. 1Vn'd's sermons and his Repairing and Recovering Neatly Donn All work Guaranteed.

'. T. Gray paid his orange grove aI't Meriltt Fla. where he vtill\ remain for some 'time bc- talk on education was splendid( ; Rev. Branch: 311 W, Bay Ht. 2(1: ( Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

at Woodley last Sunday, and found, fore going: further south. F. O. Walther, Sylvester Weeks, who was vilth us last ___ ____. __ ..n.___'" ___ __ ___ ._ .... ___
fell to his satisfaction, no damage of Now York, who accompanied him year, is here again, much tto. the delightof
fie to his trees. St. Augustine.Arthur and south P.ilm this Beach.year, has gone on to Miami those who attend his bible class. Bermuda Onion Seeds

dance ------- II
was given at the Town Hall -

fie It Friday present evening.and all A large number L. Marsh is going around witha recently A must given enjoyable at the Plaza.donkey There party were was Eau Gallie. WHITE AND RED, genuine TennorilTe stock, 2.0: / per lb.
report having spent owing to the arrival -
frost enjoyable time. smiling countenance at his home. We eighty-four guests present, and the usual Texas Rust-proof Oats . . . . . . . ... /60o. per bus.
of 12-pound boy
Jishop understand a "He Is the picture of his merriment was elicited by the futile at- Judge and Mrs. Foster, after a fort Florida {00-day Oats ... . . . . . . . .$1.00 per bus.
Gray held servicesthe
There
Episcopal
to onthedookey'
Fort Pierce hotel Wednesday eve- daddy," as the song says. tempts were eight pin prizes'given, the first of ..night's: pleasant visit, returned to St. Georgia Rye . . . . . . . . . . 1.50 per bus.

fff. lIe was assisted by Archdeacon The recent cold and stormy weather which were awarded to Mrs. W. P. RobInson Augustine Tuesday Florida Rye . . . . . ... . . :. . 2.50 per bus.
!'wn. A large number wer9 in at. played nayoc with semi-tropical birds of and Prof. G. W. Michael. It Is Frank E. Bond, of the Bond LumberCo.
Foil Stock of Field and Garden Seeds
Jance. the east coast. A largo number of pelicans said that Judge Gaulden, of Titusville\ ., DeLand, stopped hero a few hours

temperance entertainment was given are reported dead on Bird Island, pinned the tall on the donkey' nose. last Friday on his way south,. L. CAMERON Seedsman,
and
north
the Baptist church last Saturday and others are scattered along The fishing here is unusually fine just George K. Kramer, one of our winter
fling; the weather being rather in- south beaches. now, and In the last few days some remarkable guests, went to Miami Monday to Inspect ,125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

ment a great number were prevented Trains from the North continue to catches have been made, and the Biscayne Bay country. --- --- ---- .. ..-- -.. -- .. =
"m being present; but thqse who did come in filled with tourists and the hotels consequently Mr. Rossiter, the photogra Messrs. J. O. and Chan. Walton, of the Y.lt.II.hfl 1H70.
end spent a very enjoyable evening. are fast filling up. Some of them pher, is very much In demand as every- ADVOCATE, passed through here, Satur

Harried-At the residence of T. Alder- have reached their maximum capacity.The one wants a picture of himself and his day last, on their way to the Royal Palm
In and the send to send to friendsin CHAS. :R. TYSE1T
skeptical
has set catch to
last Lenten season
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Sunday, Miss Sewell to Mr. hotel, Miami, to spend a couple of days
lette. The left on the tourist season, in consequence is at Its the North. A party from the New ,
Unbound happy couple height. Itockledge, consisting of Messrs. !Sawyer: E. 8. Eaton, of Boston, paused through
e train the same evening. Wright, Wood and 1 Long, went out here Wednesday, en route to Artesla on (Successor to The J. R. Tyscn Co., Established 1878))
that
nuptial knot tied the Rev. Wild Rose, re-
Allen. was by The steam yach Thursday and returned with string of Banana. river lie will spend a month
cently went ashore on Saturday Bird island night., was sixty-five trout. Recently, Mentrs on the Raymond and Eaton grove You can SAVE GOOD MONEY by sending to me for quotation on
floated at midnight Simmons, Pettee, Wise and Ott, from
Remember that the INDIAN RIVER Two heavy anchors were taken over, the Plaza, were out, and their catch Mrs Harbour expects a vlult this week Grain Hay Rice Meal Straw Cotton Seed Hulls and
the vessel was from her son William Barbour, of New
one, ,
after losing ,
VOCATE does all kinds of job printing and amounted to about sixty-all trout.S. ,
damage. built addition to
short order hauled into deep water without ,: York The recently
notice. Send them an safe within the Proskey the manager of Hotel Walden cottage makes a handsome guest
1 be to The Wild Rose is now Feed of all Kinds.
convinced the
that it it place Indian River, Is a hustler The boat chamber .._ .
ve job harbor. -
printing done. *
leave Tltusvllle in the afternoonwas
duo to
the ravages of the cold Mrs E. M. BotAford, who has been POULTRY FOODS Wheat Cracked Corn Meat and Bone Gravel Cracked
Despite four hours late Tuesday, when Mr. ,
of the spending the winter with the family of
throughout a greater portion at the hotel Bone etc. etc
Proskey once dispatched ,
Tibbals.Hshop barrels and boxes filled with fruit her son, W. H. G. Scott, left last Tuesday -
state, launch to TitusTllle, thus enabling those WHEAT RYE Graham Flour whole winter wheat Flour Breakfast Cereals
and vegetables are being received every who expected to reach Rockledge In the for her home, Washington, U. C. ,

Brown day from the lower East Coast for the early evening to attend the ball at the Married at Titusville, February llth, Buckwheat, etc., Grjta, Meal and Bacon.

d services Gray Sunday and Archdeacon evening It St. Paul's exblblt the Hotel Alcazar.deal of TbU attention exhibIt hotel, to carry out their original plan.It by County Judge Gaulden, John Adams FERTILIZER CHEMICALS of all kind Kalnlt, Acid Phosphate, etc. Tobacco

Iscopal church to a large congrega- U attracting a great day Is some years since the comfort and and Miss Nannie Mode)'. The happy Stems, Tobacco Dust, best Canada Ashes, Salt, etc.
from scores of people every welfare of those visiting Rockledge have couple are spending the honeymoon at INSECTICIDES. Laurel Green Paris Green, Blue Stone, London Purple, Flour
golfer-la-chlef the been as well looked after ax It Is under Eau Gallie.\
>Ir. and Mr.. Eaton and mother, Mrs. A. H. East Findlay Coast, Golf Club, Is wearingthe the energetic and live management of Sulphur, Bl-iulphlde of Carbon, Caustlo Soda, etc. ,
ith, returned to thalr home In Zanes- Florida first of an Installment of up-to-date the present, proprietor. John T. Smith has just finished rebuilding BUILDING MATERIALS. Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Fire Brick, Fire Slabs

e, 0., on Saturday last, much to the coats. The materil U of brilliant and remodeling a dwelling at Hair, Shingle, Lath, etc. *
ret of !golf Melbourne owned by Geo. F, Paddlaon.Mr. .
their many friends here. scarlet cloth, with a green velvet worked collar the (Send the ADVOCATE an order for any Smith built the Treutler and Paddl. I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF CONSUMERS ORDERS. Will furnish you with

fr. and Mrs. Franklin, .of Moncle, In each corner of which U and job printing you need.] son residence on Eau Gallie river, two freight rate to your place. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
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and (flavor of fruits r Story of a Slave.

C and To be bound band and foot for years Florida East Coast Ry. Jacksonville, Tampa &

quality ap- by the chains of disease la the worst _

of vegetables | form of slavery, George D. Williams, of C TIME TABLE NO. 17, IN EFFECT JAN. 17, 1899. Key West R'y
pearance Manchester, Mass, tells how such a

I weight and plumpness of grain, I slave was made free. lie says: "My SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down). NORTH BOUND (Read Up).
wife has been so helpless for five years

are all produced by Potash.Potash that she could not turn over in bed N.99 D.By o67No85 Daily o STATIONS. No78'Dot4NolyDOHSN.1)8'' : JOSEPH H. DURKEE Receiver.
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bottles of Electric Day Defy Dally I
alone. After using two Ex n .u x .11 Ex ItU Itt.u T

Bitters, she was wonderfully Inv lOOp 120p m 7MaLv.............laekaonv111e..Ar ,- :-:::: 200.;; 801\p\ 80ca SOUTH 10 Effect Feb. t, "00. .-NURTNNo2n9.
proved and able to do her own work." lOOP 92091080. .4OaAr........... et.Aul'Wltlne..Lv 1186 ...100& lI06p 700. ., No. 21. No. 87'iO.23 O. .
This remedy for female diseases ...... 10 ar.. 14Iia Lv.. ..........Ht. AnffUlltlne......... ..Ar 62' f BlIp ...... ...... 656.yy L..JACK80NVILLE....Ar-,30am 30bpe74upm S0'.28. G-:
supreme &.U.:.:.; ; 11 lOa .. Ar... .... ... .., utlnp.. ..... ......Lv 611II .. ...... 1 .... 'lin6p ..12f1p-9208..... IItJa .........Oranl1e Park......... 8 .... ... .. .
quickly cures nervoasness headache, sleep-back- ..5.. ..... n--W Ar.. ........ ., .,.P.latlr.... .... . .Lv T1i ii ...... ...... ...... .UMp...... :........ ..... ... ....... ..peorla... ..... .... .62a.m...... ..... T14plD :;;... .
lenstfess, melancholy 5 .. .,, 1U46a 906aLv... ......... .Palatka . .. .. ....Ar 6 7169.:..:.:.:.:.:. b03a 202p1009a ...........Ma gn olla....... .... .813am 415p'g4jjpm ..... .,,
ache, fainting$ and dlby. spells. This ...... .."..121 ii .......... !an lfAteo.., ..........Lv 4 ...... ...... ...... 1210 a .I O8p 1u 1/ja/ .Green Cop Sprinrs..... 6 C9 110m2 Ill' .....
k miracle working machine is a godsendto l-, .. 8 06. 8'06a\ br.... .........4Sa. Mateo..... ......... .Ar 81S 811i p .. ... _....... 10S. 251p11 06a.......... ..Palatlta....... ..... IlOOam 1281' 666pm I
j properly combined with Phosphoric weak sickly run-down people. Every 1I'1p ...... niwi v............ t Palatlr.............I... --up-::::;. nn,. .t.u..555. ...... .. .... ............Sat uma............................... ..... I181a
I II IlOVp ....,. '(0291040.) ...............Ormond.............. 4cl 6S. ...... ...... .eo. ........ ........ ....,. ..... ............ J'Omona.... '..... ... .. ..... ........ ...... .......'''
ii Acid and Nitrogen and bottle guaranteed. Only 50 cents. Sold ...... aI6p1050. JO .......... ..D.ytona.......... 34 626 ...... ...... 44... ........ ...... ........ 11 505 .,..CreecentCit Jnnctlon354am ... .... IIOIIPID
by F. Chaffee, druggist. I ..... 127p 1058a ............pore Or.Dr...... ... 83 6111 ...... ...... /4oa 213110 3'Ip 1209p ............8evllle.......... 330am 1240p 46ppm 12M"-11315"
will I ii.sop ;..... 1 BOp UU6 ........... New Smyrna .......... 816 458P1...... ...... lYM 6 069 2i6a ........1228p .......DeLeon Springs....... 2i6am....... tl6PID 1810"
liberally applied, improve $ M 1h'u. / ...... ...... ..... .. ........ ....... .. ..........OlenwOOd .......... ... ....... ........ .......... ,
i has 1 & ...... $54p1200p M ............Ttttwsvlle' ........... Pd'.a ............. 't1 1101' 307110 .. 'lIpI2&< p.Berasford.... .... .. 222am J2112p aMpUl .. ...
soil and increase yield The man who never done anything ... .. ... 128p ..... .............CltrPoiJI'............ 180 ...... ...... ...... ...... .. .... DeLa '10 ....... Lv. .... 1140110 .843.I
every foolish should watch himself well ... .t ............... Cocos.............. 12A 881p4............. I 725x.5.. 34Op12 pAr} no. {Ar .......... 12""" ilBp ID ......1-
.i. ,..... 3tSpl2Mp .............Rockledll'e............ 116 816 ...... ...... .j'.I1.II&a a 708110'311110 ..5... 1000t..OranjleCltyJuno.: ...... 205m .... ..Vj'.. ee45pm'j.. '
and quality of any crop. I I until he is dead. ...... ...... .Z1 160p ......... ....Kau Oa111............. 19 2 ...... ...... .....0' ................ . t130p..Enterprh.e. ......... .......... ........ 320PID p,
...... ...... 4 1Mp 188p ............totlbourD............ 12 ZIni 2 ...,, ...... ...... .: :.::. 31/11'/ Ar .....TlTU8VILLE..... L" .......... ... ..........
Write and get Free our pamphlets, which ..,... ..... .... .......... ...Ro.el..d ............ 11 ..... ...... ...... :::::. : :::::::: :.:... 8 441' ...........M' Dora............ .......... 937a .4130PID.... .. .. : ..a
I I Dr. 11. A. Simmons Liver Medicine .by ...... ...... ( ...5. ......... ....8ebaltttaa......:...... 11 99 ,.., ...., ...... .. ... ... ,, ... ...1{701P .... ........Tavares ...... ..... .... ... .. t 920aB00a ........ :::::....
tell how to buy and use fertilizer with ... .... .. .... .............. St. Lncie........... 10 47 ...... ...... "3.M' 8pIMp Ar........ 8anford..L-y 140am 1129a 320 m ....
greatest and profit. pelting from the body thq excess. of 84.. .,.... 'OIIp ............Fon PI.ro........... H 1n 1Oep ,,,,,, ...... ii'll' 4112110 54ap ............ .. ..... ,... 1201pm I042a P ""ii5..,
economy bile and acids, improves the assimilative ...... ...... ...... ................Eden............... 101 ..... .i.... ...... ...... ..:):::: 700110 614p' 4 25p .........,.Lakeland... .. ..... 1I1:1pmOlola: 210PID :: "
OLRI/nAN KALI WORKS, purifies the blood, tones up ...... .g.... ..... ...............Jenltel1.............. 1007 ..... .. ...... ...... ........ 94u1a 8001' 4lOp/ .............lIartow.. .......... 816pm 907a lUOrlD 62Oam :: :::-
processes ...... ...... ..... ............... .Stu.r'. ............ ". 967 ....;. .... ..... SNN ........ 710 a 16 10 115JAr..Punta Cords.S..Lv 32 pm 520a .,..,.?.
N 93 NUMU St., New York. and strengthens. ......801E .. .. .. ............Bobe80uad........... ... 0 ... ...... ........ lit a 8201'1 liMp ............Tampa............ T37pmtloaap 1000alD 1033Pm .,.....-
...... Dally 5lap....... ....... West Juplt.r......... 'S.; xuy ..... .... ". .. ,. ......Tampa Bay Hotel.... .. .. .... ... 8117110 .. ....
....,. 1C.t n .... 0\1' .........Wetlt Palm Beach ........ 121u ......1b. to.1151I& ::::: :: 855a 850p B2OpAr...... 'ortTampaLve70opm 130& 'I020a i 1.-:.::::
Notice. T 1000p L..Palm Beach hn..Ar 8 11 6 P ......1Yj Mon.Thur. Sat. 9001' 9 bop LA..Port Tampa..Ar 200 P ........ Thur.Sun & b"3cop ::
r AN ERROR CORRECTED. 109a 9865 610p It ......... Royal Poinciana ....... 81 100a 111Op.1IIIp Tllel.Frl! & un, 3oopAs........KeyWest..Lv 700pm.wed.Sat.&M,5.
118& $4sa 120P ........ Wee' Palm Beach... Ar 8 10 lOOp ...... /4by Wed.8at&l'tlon: 800p Ar..Havana..L" .. .... Wed.Rat.loD.: .
Is hereby that It U Inten- ...... 1000t01 .......... .... Boynton..Lv 781 ...... ...... ...... :
given my .1 ... .... ... ......... ... --
NOTICE with other citizensof ...... 101 ..... ....... .Dearly 72751.-----I ... .N..
TrrusviLT.E, FLA., apply together the ... .. 1102a .. .........Fort Lauderdal........ 848 ...... 584p........ ...... 'DalT. "t Dally except Sunday. JMon., Wed. and Fri.
Feb. 21, 1800. of Florida lirevard to Introduce County,and to next a bill Legislature ...... 1111110 ...... : .........,t..Lemon City.......... II ... ... ...... Train fearing Jacksonville 9:20 a. m. arrives Gainesville 1M p. m Ocala 2:10 p. m., Leesba'l
pass enactinga .... ..... .. .
I lOa 114is f .. .. ...Hlaml. :.L-y 8 a ... SSOTreron".d2a1 lalny.d
Editor Indian linger Advocatf, law to provide regulate and prohibit the running I 32 Carry Through; Pullman Buffet Sleeping I I Cars between Cincinnati! and
at large of hog,within the following territory BETWEEN NEW SUYItNA: AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTION and local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa open for accommodation of )1a88eugell'i':


i Dear Sir-Flense allow me space In practicable: In lirevard about County within. the Florida following, as near terri an No.___II No I STATIONS. No. :z :ROo2Op Union Station. Jacksonville, at 9 p. m.

your valuable columns to correct an er tory j >f. 88OaLv........ .. .........New myrD.. ..,...... ..............Ar lei 1405p INDIAN RIVER SERVICE.
, ror. About January 2:1: statement appeared Beginning eight miles north of Titusvllle on 1187. ............................ Lake Helen .................. .........1.1' 1026a 454p Indian River Steamers leave Titusville 4:00 p. m., Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays and Than
the west shore of Indian River thence run west 7p 958a .....1................. Orange City. ......................... 1014& .asp days for 8t Lucia Kiveiand intermediate landings; returning, arrive Titusville
in the Jacksonville Metropolis one and one-half miles thence southerly so as t 1000sAr, ........ .. .. ..Orang" City Junetlnn. .... .............. 10 lOa t 80Jl Thursda' Fridays and Saturdays at 12 noon. W'edneda'W. )
juBt'after the trial of A. T. Feaster late and one-half miles went of Indian .
to ran one All tremor between New Smyrna and Orange City Junction Daily except Sunday. B. COFFIN, O. D. ACKERLY
treasurer of Brevard. county, charged River to a point one and one-half mile went of General' Superintendent]. General I'aHgenRer An,
the postofllceat Fort (Tierce thence southwestto .
t with embezzling the sum of $11,582.23of the north prong of the St.Lucie River; thence Key.West Havana and Nassau.
I the county1 money, a part of which easterly along said river to Indian RI rer; thence : =
Is as follows: northerly along Indian River to the point of be DY WEST. Th. atttamllhip "Clty of Key We t" of the Florida E'\IIt Coast Steamship '
"The 'Treasurer had deposited the ginning. Company I.ani MiamI for Key Welt on Mondays Wedneilh"1! and Fridays after arrival ef Florida Central & Peninsular
public in the Indian River State IOrcb 3lmar, R. A. HARDEE. train from Jack..,.DvUle about 11:00: p. m., arriving at Key West next day noon. Railroai
/ money Las,. Key Wad 9:110 p. m. (standard time) on Tuelld.ys. Thursdays aDd tlatnrdan, ar.rivieg .
J 1 I>I Bank, at Tltnsville, aud did all of his'fi- Miami lied morning tn tim. to connect with north bound train
nancial business through the bank, Mr. Notice.In .
' a HJ.VANA. Tire Steamship "LIncoln" of the Florida East Coast Steamship Oompaa1
' r Pope says Ills sureties became uneasy, leaver Miami for Bava on elands' aDd Wednesdays after arrival of train from Jackson .vy Time Table In Effect Jan. 10, 1899.
and yesterday, after the trial and verdict the Circuit Court, in and for Brevard .we. about 11:00: p. m., arriving at Havana at 8:00 1'. n.. Honday. and Thursdays.Iwaye .
*,I'' Mr. Nubbins f one of Feaster's County Florida: Havana Tuesdays and Fridays .t 10:30: a. m. (slantlard time). arriving f1.m.Wednesday. .
and Saturdays tims to conneot with north bound train. .
bondsmen, concluded an examination of -IN CHANCERY. NASSAU. Service fer the winter season begins. January 10, 1h99. Proposed sailings as too':= too't: :I ;. Q c: ; too'g: ALl
the bank books, deposits, checks, etc., follows a' : = = : rn = NORTHE&Y POL.'fl'B. A ..J +
' Aaron A. DeOrauw, 1 jj3; ..z 18 ;; .. :;rn 1;:; ::s= :
% and Fenstor'a books and discovered that ""
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while Feaster had credited himself with Norman R. Johnstone and > Bill to Foreclose FRO I AM I. KKOM NA-SAU. -" -..!! -Am tj !
' all received he had not that his wife Esther Johnstone I Mortgage. Taesdays and Friday., January 10 to Februnrri. Wednesdays and Saturdays January 11 813. 208pLvTitn.villeFECdr. 2649 2byp206n -
money paid et. ale') ) 20091100a 63'>p Lv. St. Augnstlne Ar 220p1030a 10 :lOa
.' f out, and in one or two payments as much the affidavit of D.L. Oanlden to February 34a 430p ... ... 8Ma 1210p 8001' Lv..Jacksonville..Ar lOOp 900110 ...... 925p 9Ma
appearing by Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday, Feb. Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays February ..... 6 4i Lv..Yulee.. ... ... 9(1(
; {f.u as $9,000 had been paid out by his order IT for the In this 430a 520p .. ... 8428. p .Ar ..... 818a 80tia
1 attorney defendants complainant Norman R. Johnstone cause ruary 8 t. March 81. 7 to April 1. 5 Op : .... 920110 ....... 940p Ar..Fernandlna..Lv .. ... 730110 ...... 7onp 911p
the
,. in the'bank, but not credited >on Fuas- and that his wife Esther Johnstone! are nonresidents Tnssdays and Friday. April. 4 toApril Wednesdays and Saturdays, April 5 to. 91oa T16p .. ....10108 208pl012pAr..Everett..ArIOII8a: 6 tics ;..... 6459 6301 730.1009
j ter's own books, in which the shortage of the State of Florida,and are both over 28. April 29. 745& 6459 ...... Ii SPa 315p ...... Ar... BrunswickLv: 916& 6 45a..1051) ..,. .. .HOp,....
was first discovered, and suit institutedby ...... .... 1\ 20a 3491'' 11599 Ar....8avannah. ..:.Lv 922a II .
.
1 the age of twenty-one years and that there Is nojierson Stam.n deptxt from Miami and Nassau at. 400 p.m. of days advertised, arrmnf at ..

)I y the state. upon in the whom State would of Florida bind service the said of defendants a subpoena -- destination Connections next made morning.at Nassau with Ward Line Steamers to and from Santiago and '.:::: :::.:: 9"Pp 00p \11 2 inn bra 5 3111pI20 30p 2 05a aL..8avannah..Ar A r. Fairfax, S. C...Lv 914a 7 36a 5 5 4p..... .:.... ::::::
"Mr. Pope said this morning that he ...... ..... Il\4p 61411 2l5Oa Denmark, S C 6l'Ba'
'h Norman R. Johnstone and Esther John- Olenfnegos, Cuba on certain dates. .104(1). :: ? :: 4.5a..4. ..,...
\i ...... ...... .... ..AlIgtlstaOa.. .....
was more than gratified at his client not stone, and that the said,Norman R. Johnstone 035p "Mp 6Ma. :l20a.... .
I I being either legally or morally as and Esther John tone reside at and their address Them Time Tables show the times at which trains and boats! may be expected: arrive and ...... ....., ..;;.. 405p 730p 44aa':: Columbia. 8. C, ".. 1140a 12 5a. .,.. ?
guilty! at the times ...... ..... ...... .. ... ...1125a 8partanburg.8C .... .... .
is Metallo Art Co., No. 103 llltthop street. the county of Brevard or the state of .. ... ...... .... Asheville .C. .... ..
140p .. ....
A n 1 Florida would lose nothing through the informed and believes. It Is therefore ordered eomsequenoes arising! therefrom. ::.:.. ...... .: : 8101' J\34p 9 rain Charlotte N. C. 3 44a 10 / .. ..... ...
ex-Treasurer." that the defendants Norman R. Johnstone and For copy of local time card call at 226 West Bay Street Jacksonville, or address .:.: 9:15p1242al041a: Salisbury, N. C. 238a 8 ...'
t :.::::: :;:::: ::... IMa 12101' "Greensboro N.C"' 124a
104.1p
his wife Esther Johnstone,be required to .. : :
This statement puts the of appear J. F. BECKW1TH Traffic Manager. J. D. EARNER A. G.P. A.8t ... "
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county .161p 3117110 130p Danvllle. va. 12o0a 05p.. ..
bill of .
4 Brevard in the light of prosecutor of an and the answer complainant's complaint. on ..AngugUne.SAFETY .. :::: : .:::: .. .. Gina.. .. 6251' RIchmond. :: ...... 20p..9. ..."" ..

innocent man for. and In ...... ....;. .. .... 163&4111110 32111' "Lynchburg 1126p .. ..' .".....
grave charge, SIXTH DAY OF MARCH A'D 1899 .... ...... ...... .33.'la 6411a :l28p Charlottesville 84.\p 25a.! ... .... .
justice to our county the mlsstatement, or said bill will he taken as confessed, and the .. ..:: ..... ....? 642a 94/1a/ 905p Washington IllIOp 11 .. ....
which has been copied into the.press of II complainant be allowed to proceed ex-parte with .. ... .. ..: ..... 86na 111.55 11 25p :: Baltimore :: 437p 9 42a. ...... .
the state demands correction the said cause. f .. ... ?..........101/1110/ 118p 260a Philadelphia 2'ep 720110 ...... .... .
by It Is further ordered that this order be published ...... .... .....124:11': 353p 823. New York 1200n1215a..,.....1043a.1345a ... .... .,.

Board Both of the County treasurer's Commissioners.books of Mr. weeks In once the INDIAN each week RIVER for ADVOCATE eight consecutive, a news / .. ... ...... .. .... 830p UOOp 300p "... .;Boston. ....." ...;.. SOOp ....... ....". ".. ....

Feaster and the books of the County paperpublished at Titusvllle lirevard county,. I ...?.. ...... ..... 800p'Lv .Jacksonvtllo! Ar ...... ...... ...... 805.' Hip
Inrlda. 8165...... .... ...... ... ....
t' ; ; 1012p Ar. Everett. Lv ;. .... ........ .... .. 74J
Commissioners contain a perfect recordof Witness the lion. Minor 8. Jones Judge of 330p ...... ..?.. .: 620a ? .. Atlanta... ...... ...... ...... 10llOp'I21111 0301'
all warrants issued and canceled since ahll'ourt. as well as the seal of said court at 840p ...... .... .. .. .... 930a ....Cbattanoo a.. ....... .............. lea:
and before incumbency as Treasurer, the 17th,court 18'JB.dec2308 house at Titusville, this December 740110 ...... ...... ..... 730p ....Clnclnnatl... .. .. ... ............ 610p.. ..,,800pN08
and show that he them all
paid to within '
,t. A. STEWART, ;30, 38 and 34 make connection for
Brunswick.arrivlnsr Brunswick 7:43,11.20 and
small a in
a very amount, as the 8:15pn:
countywas [Seal ] Clerk Circuit Court. ,... 4 Fe respectively. For New Orleans train leaves Jacksonville 9;:BO a. m., with through sleepers
out of debt and
on a cash basis. riving new Orleans 7:40: a. m. Only through: sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from Sew 0r-
The books also show that he was duly 1 ,gyp ty .vq Fr leans 6::40 p. m. .
In the various funds for the Notice to Debtors and Creditors. SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.Nos. .

credited i8valli? 32. New York and Florida!; Limited, running between St. Augustine! JackionvllH
and > A solid vestibule
train consisting of composite, dining and drawing
About the time Mr. room.
Pope
was leaving
sleeping compartment drawing room and
having claims again the es sleeping observation cars.
persons
$4 there was a rumor on the street that ALL of Catherine Stewart, late of Coquina Nos.35 and 38 Fast Mail Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville, and the IClnclnll1tl
spread like wildfire that Mr. Uobbins. In this county, are hereby required to present Sleeper via Asheville. Also through sleeper between New York and Miami.
who was attorney for the bondsmen said claims to me within one year from the ? h1NCf A',1 anti 3iCarr5i.tiS? >"?: sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In connection will
publication of this notice otherwise this notice 8 ani 7 ?nU4 Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.
,had found an error of about $9,000 In will IH pleaded as a bar to such claims. All persons f ..,,, ? CF .36 carries Cincinnati! Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta and
Fenster'a favor, as ho had not credited owing said estate shall make payment to Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This Is brought to Jacksonville by No. 33. These trains also bandit
himself with that amount of warrants me. the cities 8t.and Louis Jacksonville.(via LollhlVllle) and the Kansas City (via MemphU through sleepers between thou

paid. A further examination showed feblO-mar31 W, O. FLUNK, NOB. 29 and 30 handle through; sleepers betty en Jacksonville and Cincinnati; No. 30 opens it
him that Feaster had credited himself Administrator. 9 p m at Jacksonville for passengers;
dbri All : will' be checked from Union Depot.: Tickets will still ticket
with the amount divided Into the various baggage be sold at the city
Coquina, Brevard Co, Florida. office, Street as well as at the Union depot ticket office.
funds. L. A. SHIPMAN, A.G.. P.A. F.c. WRIGHT Dis. Pass. Agt.: 202 W Bay SI
As still further proof, in the trial of A. O. MacDONELL Gen. Pass. Agent.
the bondsmen on Monday, no such evidence Citation.

was produced by Mr. Robbing --

The court obtained judgment against rilllE next of kin of Joe Lenon who died .
the bondsmen, and A. T. Feaster )Is still\ .1. domiciled In lirevard county, Io'iorldlabout 1 .
Oct. 15th, 1WW\ and all others whom It may Southern -
indebted ,
to Brevard county in' the sum concern are hereby notified that six weeks after ,..
of 1158223. the tlm publication hereof to-wit: December
The papers of the state that have published 23rd A D 1898 on, and hit their estate failure I111 to appoint apply for Ceo.ad.mlnlHtratlol1 COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES !
the mistake will
please correct the N. Hatch or some creditor of said estate of Joe -Railway1
Finest Cuisine and Service, No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York! .
same \Y&(. 11. SHAHPE, tenon, or other tit person to administer on his
Chairman Board of County Commis- estate In Florida. The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New' Steel Steamers i

sioners, Tltusvillo, Feb. 20, 180U.I TUutville. Fla., D. L. GAULDEN County' Judge.Dec. "Comancto" , "Algonquin," "Iroqnois," "Cherokee," "Seminole,"

IGtlirf 1808. 23dec98 North-Bound.
v Steamers are appointed to sail according to the brie. Most Excellent Service Ever Offered Out of Florida.
I Unkind. From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling at Charleston), duniays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
"Come iu, said the newly married Fish Law. From CHARLESTON. S. C., Erondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
mistress of the bouse to the forlorn and For hour of sailing see"Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papers. NORTH EAST WEST.THROUGH .

hungry tramp "and I will give you apiece Notice Is hereby given that I will Introduce South-Bound. ,
of cake I have a bill in the next legislature of Steamers are appointed to sail from Tier. 29, East River, New York, at 3 p. ra., as follows:
made .
just .
For CHARLESTON, 8. C., Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
"Excuse me mum "replied the traveler Florida, enacting a law regulating the For JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays. PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, DINING CARS,
of food fish with seines and
"I ulu't in no fit state to bo an in taking the waters of Brevard county nets Clyde New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.) THOROUGHFARE COACHES. VESTIBULED TRAINS.

angel yit mum but if ye've got any HKNIIY L. I'AIIKKR, (Culling at Charleston, 8. C., both ways)
'old crusts of bilker's bread I'd bo "STEAM EKS"are
f. much
jan27-marl7: Representative appointed to sail as follows; "NEW YORK AND FLORIDA LIMITED."
obleoRed to
ye mum -Judy. From foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, From Lewis' Wharf, Boston
FRIDAYS.. FRIDAYS.Clyde's Solid Pullman StlbUled Limited. Dining. Library Compartment, D .wing!:-Room
Itoad Law, _. and Observation Cars between St.
Homemade CJImr,,,r Ale. Augustine: and New York.

A simple way of making plain gingerale Notice is hereby-given that I will Introduce St. Johns lliver Line. WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LIHITED."

.
is to boil fresh ginger root in water, bill in the of Tor*,
next ThroufU Vestlbnled
a legislature Jacksonville, Talatka, Sanford. Knterprlse: Fla.and intermediate landings on the St.John,' River. Drawlnj-Room Sleeping Cars between Tampa and Ne"
of each J&.
an ounce the root to gallon of via <:
Florida, enacting a road law for the -The elegant Iron Siilewbeel Steamers k.aouvtlleliatannah and Columbia, without change.
water Just as you take It from the fire county of Urevard, giving to said county "
"CITY OP .JACKSONVILLE. "FltlSDK. DellARY "UNITED STATES FAST "
aud after it la quite spicy! add the grated certain rights and privileges, authorizing CA1T. W. A. SHAW, Capt.T. W. LUND,Jr. MAIL.

yellow riud of half a leuioa. When the levy of a special road tax in each Are appointed to sail as follows Pullman DrawingRoom Buffet Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and New York.

cold strain. Add to each gallon a pound commissioners' district, aud providingthe Leave Jacksonville 3:JO p m dally,except Saturdays. Utarga\ Sanford 9:00: a m, Enterprise 0:30:
of sugar and the juice of two lemons. process by which such tax will be a III, dally, except Sundajs. Service strictly lint cUss In every respect. Embracing Lynchburg, Charlottesville,

levied and also providing the SOUTH OUNl>. ; Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia
Dissolve bait a yeast cake, add it to the I expended, Read down. SCHEDULE. Mllt'lll Read HOUND ,
the of eminent
of right
I manner exercising
mixture and let it ferment for about domain In opening roads. Leave 8.30--J>.-Ill. ....... .... ......... .... Jacksonville: ..........,..........., Arrive 2.00_a. m. TiiVl.Ii1w!! roora SlesplDI'Cara! to Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga Cacll\lllfo
three hours. Bottle, cork aud tie down 8.4.1'.11I.. .,........*..........,......talatka..... ..,55..5......, .... Leave 8.00 p. in. Kansas City and St. Louis
HENKY L. PARKER, .i 3.00 a.m. ........... ... 55,5. .. Astor...... .....r,5. ,,n........ .. 2.30 p, m.
the oorkLndiea' Home Journal. jan27-marl7: Representative u ,.30 a. w. ...............,..8t. Francis......,.....,..,,,......... I' 1.00 p. in. Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
.. ........ .,, '
a. w. .55. lleresford.ur.unu,, ,...... 1'J.oo: a. m.
8.oo a. In. 5..5.. ..... .......Hlu Springs.. ..,,.....,,,.,,"....... itu 11.00 a. m Cincinnati, via Columbia' and Asheville, Through the
Arrive tI.30 a. m. ............... .55.,5..Banford...... ....... ........,..>>, uooa. w' ,
3IALLORY STEAMSIHP LINE. 9.M a. m.......... ..................Enurprl .......i........ .......... it 9.30 a. m. "LAND OF THE SKY."

Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. 8'ay St., Jacksonville. Domble
Dally Limited Trains For Cincinnati via Everett.

Florida, New York, W. 11. WARBURTON", T. P. A., F. M. IRONMONGER, JR., Fla. Pass. Act.,
Philadelphia and Boston. 6 Howling Green New York. :2 C. P. LOVELL, AMI.Fla. Bunt.. I JOAN L. HOWARD, Superintendent. For detailed Information a. to r.te., schedules car rellervatlonl. eta. appl1"any
From Brunswick (direct), to New York. Jacksonville Si. Foot Hogan: St., Fla agent of 'lal 1)ouTB&aR RAILWAY or It. conDection.
PASSENGER 8KUV1CK. *.. TIIKO. G. EOER. T. 6 Bowling Green New York.

\Yar. P. CLYDK CO., General Agents,
To make connections with steamer, leave Jacksonville 5 Bowling Green, New.York. 14 80. Delaware Ave., R. W HUNT Florida Pass
Philadelphia. Agi 313 West
I on Thursdays at fc 00 p. IU.'Ia Fnriiandlna 1\11,1"00". Safford"CumberluuU Bay Street,
( Route). Arrive Prunswirk 200.: : Dinner en K. OULI', W A
route. Or via all) rail letvlng Jacksonville 4:40: p. m. (F. C. TURK:, J&OklODT11IlrtJ"Al.
.<'&; P.), via Everett land Southern n',. Arrive Brunswick 8:15: : FOR SALE. Home-Grown TraffioYanagerI1. 0en.1hi'AE.
p. m. 1'aiueiigert on arrival, go directly aboard steamer ... a .b. O.
Jlnuary 17. 1809.


New York, Pier 21 E. R., :00p.: m.1'ltol'OSHD, (Standard SAILINGSLv Time.) Lv Brunswick. *. PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS # or -

Friday, Jin.!0. .. .. ,., ....,,..RIO GRANDE ....?.FridayJan.27; .
Friday, .. 27.."" ,..., ,,.......COLORADO......,..... Friday, Feb. 3 Of the following Varieties :
Friday Feb. 3..,.,.,.,.,.,.. URANDE. ....,,.....Friday, 10 JOB.
Friday, 10., .". ?,,?.?,. ..CITY OF BAN ANTONIO.-\ ..,......... ..........Friday." 17 Abbah, Porto Rico Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen Ripley Queen Smooth PRINTINGExecuted
Friday, IT. .,.. ...,, ..? ..... ... .RIO GRANDE..,. ..Friday,' 24 .

for general information,steamers, trains,rates etc.,apply to any railroad /gentor to Cayenne Pernambuco and Red Spanish. OF ALL
A, P. MURl'HY:, Agent,7IO W. Bay Jaoksonvllle. KINDS
to G. C. UA
Apply TTIIAMS Florida
II. H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent Krnnswlck,Oa. Pineapple Co.,
C. MALLOKY,UeneralAent. I'lor 20, K. River, aad 385 llroadway: N.Y. West Palm Beach, Fla. ADVOOATE, PRINTING OFFICE.


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HOTELS--All-the-year-rouiul. ST. AUGUSTINE.. .
ROCEEDGE-Pta Hotel.
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ATLANTA GA.OTEL HOTEL MAGNOLIA
DO YOU EAT ORANGES f Do you want to ace' them In all their glory-on
the trees in full grove form Do you want to pick them Then go to nock- .
ledge on the Indian River. Tho bountiful new'Plaza Hotel In the hotel. Come '
ST. AUGUSTINE.. and you will be pleased. Fishing, Railing, driving, duck hunting, and shooting -
alligator, aU make up amusement for you while theie. The table, service ,
$t! .ooo feuded on Improvements and new furnishings this season. .-
and social evenings at the l'lazlhave become famous. For the best our
Hydraulic Elevator, Hot and Cold Water Hntln on each floor; rate aro rcAsonable. S. II. PECK; Manager.
also Private Baths added to several suites! and lieutlng Arrnnjjeincuts ,
added this this I y* See Mr. Chrlstlnncy, representative, at Windsor Hotel, regarding rooms and '
t W l h ye are 1few of the Improvements season, making
o comfortable and well hotels in the rates.
popular house one of the most equipped .
South. Write for booklet.

_ 1, ,f-? PALMER & MncDOWELL., .. New Rockledge Hotel k


HOTEL HIBISCUS, Palm Beach,

A New Hotel, on the same side of Lake Worth and very near tho Royal ON INDIAN RIVER.
Y Polnclana LEON H. C1LLEV, Manager.
Entertainment for guests Includes bowling alley, livery, rowboats for fishing
HOLLY INN, Daytona, I and dally excursions on launch to points of Inteicst. :shell toads hates, $:!.iO
; I and $11: per d.\y. Correspondence solicited. 11. I*. 811A H";."',
} Facing; tho beautiful Halifax River; finest bicycle roads In the State. Piopiletor.
ERNEST L. CASW ELL, Manager.
_ I MIMWITT (MrrrlttVi I.slniul).
I: THE BUCKINGHAM St. Augustine
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: Opposite Alcazar, Ponco de Leon and Casino, and among the date palms. Uevins' River view.
t WM. P. KENNEY, Manager, r

Send for booklet. CEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor.
MEUIUTT, FLORIDA. ON INDIAN llIVKIt.

era; 'b On high pine land. Health, comfort nnd sport. No better Hunting and
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.MRS. .
!The St. George Fishing In Florida.

ARAGON ATLANTA, GA. C. D. TTI.KR, Owner and bt g'r, Open from January 15th, 181)0. M. II. MfllO .

The Palace ------ ------------
Hotel of the South. -

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 In ACII.
Immercial, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located, only three blocksm Strictly first-class in every respect. Rates: 12.60> per day and upward --- -- -- 'h
Union de not, at highest point in city and away from all noise, dirt and smokem Special weekly and season rates
trains. Every modem Improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelled Hotel !
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I any hotel in the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Rates, American. plan,
1.50 to $4.50 per day; European plan, 1.00 to $3.00 THE FLORIDA ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

OEO. W. COLLIER, :Jr., Manager. J Capacity 20. Hates reduced from $I to '$2 and OPEN ALL THE YEAH. 1],

$3 per day. ,A large, well appointed,,admirably located hotel, ,giving:; the comforts WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. ,\
and service without the cost of the more expensive ones. Elevator '"
Holland ATLANTA, GA. Steam heat, Hot and Cold Baths, etc. Correspondence or personal This hotel la substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to :;
Ike investigation may save you much. Open until may. tho railway depot. Free'buss to and from trains Boats attached to the hotel i
27-29 Auburn Avenue. with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests.: Rates, from $2.00 per day and ;
J. T.
WORRALL
Du. T. A. Manager. SKlLESI'rop'r.
the week month. :
upwards; special rates, by or I
GEORGE ZAPF Proprietor. :'
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Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences.
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Algonquin Hotel. -- .
MBB. F. A. VOORHEES i ..
Proprietress
I410N ,,,,,,, WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. \
Rates, $1.00 to $1.50 per'day. Phone 1629. neaan.V, King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. The Palms I 1
f. A first-class hotel, situated on beautiful Lake-
Refitted, newly furnished and under } Worth, opposite Royal I'olllclaOlIcctllo; lI hts, :
1 new management. Centrally located electric bells baths, etc. $2: $2.r/ and $:J per ,clay. :Special! rates by week.
LITIIIA SPRINGS, GA. ]l r near all points of Interest. Large sample The Palms, West Palm Beach, Fla.< I
room for use of traveling men. Overlooking
Plaza and Monuments. A full
LITHIA SPRINGS, GA. view of the ocean and rolling breakers MIAMI.1Y1IAJlI .
le e Sweetwater t t Park Hotel t I
from the
MOST BEAUTIFUL IlEBOUT HOTEL ,., piazzas. Baths, gas, electric
,1 AND GROUNDS IN THE STATE. bells and a perfect system of sewerage.

Situated twenty miles west of Atlanta, on main line of Southern Railway. A Rates: $2.00 to $2.1>0 per day. Special rates by the week. HOTEL MIAMI, BIscayno Bay, FLA.
commodious, modern, high-grade hotel; steam heat; electric lights. Cuisine Open all year. c. F. COX, Proprietor.
unexcelled. The wonderful Bowden Lithia Spring nnd Its health- ,
producing: bath. Magnificent bath house In connection with hotel and Pleasure grounds, extending flvo hundred feet to river; boating and fishing;
under the same roof. Turkish, massage, vapor, electric and needle baths. THE ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. eight. hundred feet veranda.
Write for Illustrated Booklet. JAMES'E. IIICKEY, Proprietor, ABBEY THOMPSON JOHN S. BOWEN
Lithla Springs, Ga., Near the' City Gates. St. George Street A. R. Prop.r. Manager

Dry atmosphere, beautiful drives, every facility for outdoor sport. L
Hot Sulphur Baths free to guests. Electric Bells. Rates, $2.00 per day.

Special rates by the week or season -' Hotel GonnollYJfIA>1!, FLORIDA.

JACKSONVILLE. \ LOCKWOOD & TEAHEN, Proprietors

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Best $2.00 per day \house In the city. Special rates by the week.

HE ST. JAMES JACKSONVILLE, FLA. PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. O. I'. HUNTINGTON,

Seasou 18981899. Open Dec. 18, 1898. Proprietor.

This hotel Is now open for ROOMS ONLY. It Is centrally located, near -
The St. James needs no introduction to visitors of Florida. From a small
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Post office, Bank and Cathedral. MAGNOLIA SPRINGS FLA.
ginning in 1809, the St. James has increased In size and added to its appointents ,
with Booms, oOcts to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to $0.00 per week.V. .
Increasing popularity of the tourists' travel to Florida.
The location is unsurpassed, being on the highest ground in Jacksonville, D. SANCHEZ, Manager. Hotel .I FLA., ...
cins: the St. James Park. Magnolia Springs bIAGNg( Jolmetiivar'
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Baggage checked to all points.Its ( )
music, as In the past seasons, will be furnished by Prof. Ed Prouty's Or- PALATKA. Twenty-eight miles south of Jacksonville by the Jacksonville, Tampa & Key
liestra, and will be of the high grade. This house, as in the past, is under the West Railway and river steamers. Open fires In all rooms. Steam heat.
anagement of J. R. Campbell, and everything will be done for the comfort and Elevator. Pure spring; water. No mosquitoes Well-kept golf; course.
easure of its guests. Address by mall or telegraph; Graham Hotel Tennis, Shooting, Fishing, Boating, DriveN, Swimming pool. 3.00( and $4.00
J. R. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla. PALATKA, FLORIDA. per day. O. I). SEAVEY, Manager.Seminole .

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The only Brick Hotel in town. Electrlo lights and bells. Open the year THE DEATH OF BARON DE
JACKSONVILLE round. Service strictly first-class. Horn pathic
otel Plaeide FLA. Bates: $2.00/ per day and up. Special by the.week or month, and to families LONGUEUIL.
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New Management MBS. AI. L. BARNIIART,
As the above gentleman was well
/ 'Proprle ress. known to many people on Indian River, Dyspepsia Powders.

Centrally Located. Most comfortable hotel in the city. All conveniences. ---- --;----- _.,.._-r------------ especially at Rockledge, where ho spent
Unexceptionable cuisine. 'Bus meets all trains. Ample Sample Room accommodations OltMONI many winters and made many filnnds, ------
for Commercial men. Rates $2.50 per day. we publish tho following extract from Cures
Indigestion Sour Stomach
Eruovtonn
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the Montreal Gazette of Dec 21:
Conducted, under the able and efficient management ofGEORGE ,
The funeral of the late Charles Cpl- Belchlngs, Piles, Itching of
WILSON & CO.Travelers' HOTEL GOQUINA ORMOND-BY.TIIE-SEA, FLA. moro Grant, 7th Baron do Longuoull, Skin, LIver.Troublos, Palpitation

took place,yesterday afternoon from the of the Heart, etc.

Open for the Winter Season; Fine Surf Bathing, Fishing and Wheeling. residence of his aunt, Madame Thomas -
',* Ryan, The cortege proceeded to St.
New MRS. M. VANCE, Proprietor. John's church, whero the remains were DIUKCTIO.VS: :-A powder(} before meal*.
he Hotel mot at the.entrance by the Rov, Edmund: and at bedtime
Management. Woods, M. A,, the rector, The service,
MELROSE HALL ORMOND, FLORIDA which was a ,most Impressive ono, wall -

SYDNEY HAIGII, Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. fully Following choral. the hearse was the carriageof Twenty Powders, W: cents.,
On the Halifax River, and one mile from' the Sea; situated In a grove o f Madam Ryan, In which was seated -
palms and .live oaks. Interior furnished with baths and heated by hot Miss Edith Allan, of Kingston, cousin of Depot:
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths Complete Service. water First-class< in every respect. the'deceased. Then followed on foot,

THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA Facilities for driving, boating and fishing Terms moderate. lion Justice Wurtole, Captain George SAMUEL EDEN, H, D,
Address: SCOBIE & LIPPINCOTT. II. Matthews, Chateauguay deSalaberry,
Take car a't the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. Messrs, Bouchetto, Hoctor Mackenzie, BROOKLYN, N. Y.

Captain H. 1) Moore, J. 'I'ry-Uavies, 1310: Bush wick Avenue.
TITUSVILLE. Charles T. Hart, Bruce Campbell, J. O.
Gravel, Louis Sutherland.,F. Dupre, E.
lotel LaframboUc, Pamilriault.S.O.. bhorey,
Roseland
JACKSONVILLE FLA. I =N'LIAN' :eJ'TEE HOTEL' Henry Harvey, C. T. de Liuiudlere. S. B. FREE
Ewart Henry Hogan; W. do M. Mnrler,
A. Baby, L. Armstrong M. I'. Ilouchor, CONSULTATIONwith
lawn
beautiful bowling
On South Roseland. Three acres ,
your way stop at
TITUSVILLE also several
There were present agents! ,
lays, tennis court and other amusements. Roseland must be a r of St.
I crqquet grounds Including Mr. Aiclmmbault, our home treatment. We, are
pen to be appreciated. If you come to Florida this winter, call and see us. The INDIAN RIVER, Johns; Mr. Vlger, of Longueull, and physicians, and you get the benefitof
fern of Jacksonville. Located on St. John's River. Take car at station. Tran- the agent for Cornwall.
FLORIDA. The casket was of oak, lined with cop. our experience,' No matter what
jlent rates, $6.00 to $10.00 week. Stop on your way north or south.
per per, bearing a plate Inscribed: "Charles your trouble is, how simple or how
S. R. KNOX, Manager. COlmore Grant, bevc+nth Baron de Longueul hopeless, we can do you good, and
1 J. G. BAST, ), born In Montreal 1811", died In
t. There If we can't we will honestly tell you
New York, 14th December, 1808.
Manager. was also engraved on the plato the family BO. Thousands of tired, weary, sick
OTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. crest and coat of arms. and hopeless people have been entirely
OXFORD; Opposite St. James Hotel. all The coffin was covered by a large and permanently cured by
( Ol>cn the Years cross of white roses and llllles of the

Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and valley, by the request of the bereaved COMPOUND
homelike, and special efforts made to givettl who stop at the Oxford a pleas- s + widow, who I I. In Europe. The remains
F few minute
ant stay. Hates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jackson INI e walk Only from a Railway stations ,I were subsequently taken to Mount RoyalCemetery OXYGENWhy
the carriage of Madame Ryan
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and steamboat lane
MRS.. M. O. FINLEYPropr.JACKSONVILLE lags leading with the Rev Mr. Woods and not take heart again and Inves-
Miss Allan. A short service was held at
t' r On the banks of th, this We have
tigate great principle.
after which
the vault of the cemetery,
FLA far-famed Indian River.IIOCKLEDGE. the mourners'returned to the house of thousand of testimonials. Send for

he Andreii House Madame Kyan, where the will of the deceased book on home treatment, wonderfulcures
Newnan St. read Mr. de Sala-
No. 318 baron was by to the sick, etc., free.
berry, N.P. It was learned the execu
American and European. Rates, fl.OO per day. Rooms, We. tore of the estate are lion. Justice Wur-
rates to permanent guestl. Street carl ttSss ,coo. tele, Captain Geo, H. Matthews and the DRS. STARKEY & PALLEN
perwith trains and boa!.. Ask conductor tot p if No. INDIAN RIVER Dowager Baroness de Longueull. ,
owner and Proprietor.The HOTEL ROCKLEDGE, FLA.
D. A.
MRS. 1112: C!I rani St., ri.lla., l'a.Oi ..
When a fish has lost any of Us scales
The largest, leading and best located.hotel at this beautiful resort. by a wound or ambrasion they are never IT fob ooo

75 Rooms at $3.00 per day; 75 Room. at $3.50 per day; 75 Rooms at $&.00 pei r renewed. _____ __
day Special Weekly' Rates. -m M, L. Chaser, Milton, Fla., write.:
ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing The only hotel at Rockledge with steam-beated hall and sleeping rooms, 7+We would esteem the favor If our Have used Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver
Electric light plant, elevator and orchestra. The perfection of cuisine an reader., when writing or calling upon Medicine 20 years; would be lost without
service. Naphtha launches., PLENTY OF ORANGES. our advertiser to purchase merchandise, It. It not only cures ailments, but
U Prices to Suit the Times, PROSKEY etc., would mention the ADVOCATE. I In my family Is a preventative of dl..e.r .


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u BOVINE.: than we can handle are now ready to divide S- \} /. O eeOLL:
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H riV dam with others who desire to grow ROBBINS & GRAHAM ,.,
The freeze did not permanently
pines. ,
'1 1I ago; the orange trees, an tender sprouts GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All 1 Kin i
it can bo seen coming out on those that R08 ELAND. >I

I, ,4h were hurt, and In Mr. J. T. Snell's ham L. C. Moore has shipped both oranges ...La.vv yOrs... Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited.TITUSVILLE
I II have not '
mock the leaves on the trees
and beans this week, A few of his beans FLORIDA..
I I been touched at all.
having escaped tho freeze. A full account WILL PRACTICE IN STATE ANT I ,.
GEOROtAXA. of the damage done by. the freeze I

t : The orange trees are dropping about I'roof will be and given: adjacent next week.groves The were Frost un UNITED STATES COURTS. := :J:..,. :se :C d<=, :S O.

I t half of their leaves. Some are already I harmed; even the bloom was unhurt. Groceries Grain. Hay Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple & Fancy
Groceries
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\ ,.. F BEHJ. W. JEROME.. putting on a new growth and bloom F pr
buds. The pineapples are In bad shape. EAU OALL1E.A And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay Bran, Cotton Seed Meal (L
Furnished
Those under shed at Dr. ,Chambers' and R. Hodgson and Wm. Trentler, after ABSTRACTS of Title Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing e clnili heln
: State Representative, PKNN3YL Mrs. Smith's where the plants were very a careful examination of their orange the above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patrol
k VANIA JUON WOUKS CO., fort large: did not get damaged; so badly; that the older tree for Lands in Bmard and Dade Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., Titusville rb-:
say
groves
ENGINES ;
the Sale of ILOlitt: GAS they look now as if there would bo about
all the late cold
were not damaged: at by
Marine and Stationary. (one-third of a crop of fruit, but there snap. Several trees that were In bloom, Counties.

l i tI: !., Selling: Agent COLMAN ACETYLENf will be no fruit where they were not were not hurt. The trees on Capt. Ben -
,. covered. Mango: trees seem to be killedto & :
GAS MACIII ES. Safest, Cheap- nott's place sustained little damage, only Lesley Motlo-wv
L'' est and (Best light for private dwell. the the ground.damage It done Impossible yet. to estimate the young leaves being blasted. i We have a large List

[ ', lugs and stores. MALABAR. of Lands owned by (Successors t'. J.q'SLEY, RENAKER A CO.)

f L For prices, catalogues and estimates, WHITE CITY. The recent cold wave did not do so of Wines Brandies Rams
: and Domestic Brands Gins
. f address, The recent cold snap killed our tender much damage as was at first thought: ourselves and clients. Foreign and lghisu c
"II,, ". IJEN'J. W. JEROME, vegetables, but the growers: have planted Many orange trees here are full of bloom Bottled Beers, Ales and Stont.. _
p Itockludge Fla. again, and In a few weeks the crop entirely uninjured. In some groves, the Price for unimprovedlands
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I ::1: will be where It WM before the cold. tender shoots are killed, but no trees A First-class Line of Cigars. **. Billiard and Pool
Our trees were not hurt, which has will be lost. Tender vegetables, not well Table
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! r Anhenser-Basch Asso'lon. given the settlers a gentle tip, to plant covered, are a complete loss. $3'to $100 Family and hotel trade i is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given toorders. 111
The Brewing Cash must order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW
I trees. The cold weather has done com- accompany your Tltiuvllle,1 l lI
little damage In this vicinity. STUART. per acre.
paratively
Furaoui St. Lou In Keg and Bottled Deer.
Pineapple growers report a 25 per cent Our loss from the freeze was no greater .
Hold by MBM.IxMley & Motlow, Tltnsvllle, Fla. loss only. than all around us. Indeed, a few place
Residence
I WE have a few Orange
, Ity M r, J. I U.Cralili,Cocoa: Fla.Of T t
Mr. W.J.Tucker, Fort Pierce, Fla. TIDDAL8. .! were so lightly frozen that a half or ,
U third of a crop Is expectd. Those who Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable .
1' ...JOSEPH ZAPF... The wilter's thoughts were so chilledby covered thickly with grass or palmetto hoc pions. Prices Reasonable. I A LESSON IN COOKING "'
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the cold wave which swept over FlorIda leaves saved the greater part of the 'I
on the 13th I nut., that he coudl not plants. All under cover here spared A course dinner so as to have It done uj

? Wholesale Beer and Liquors, sum up courage to write the little items There seems to be but one sentiment! OFFICESTITUSVILLE{ isfactorlly, or in baking or roasting Wll
' for last week's Issue. But on a thorough now "we must cover." So many meth- and MIAMI. be given the cook that uses one of n

West Bay Street, Investigation: of our pineapple fields, I ods have been tried that we can now select + 4 I : Steel Ranges: such as she never had on! t,
find that we are not, so seriously damaged the best. All are ready to go on
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I as at first supposed. Under the and build up the pineapple industry i fore. Flaky pies, light cakes and \\'e: "

i ; w sheds our growers are estimating their here. baked breads, with a small consumption
op
HENRY R. THOMAS crop at fifty to seventy-five per cent, andI BANYAN. MILLINERY.and p coal, delights the housekeeper. Our sloe
think it will not be au over estimate in R 'I
this place to place the estimate at twentyto The pines, though; badly hurt, are not of steel ranges, cooking and heating store
<, ""LA VILLA PHARMACY thirty per cent. where not covered. so bad as in '05. The outer leaves are ,; is worth looking at.
Our orange and lemon trees are unhurt; killed, but the buds seem to be saved. DRESSMAKING.
1 Keeps all Kinds' of vegetables are badly damaged. This Young orange trees have lost their leaves
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cold has convinced the but few killed. About 30 r., q r
wave fully growers very are percent
Pure.Drugs, Fancy and Toilet Articles of this place that the lake west of of the farms have been replanted.

i Prices to suit. Southern Home Mock. our farms Is a great protection, and we '
{ Ing Bird Food fresh every day,' 25c. lb., feel proud of our location have when we visit If you are Interested In orange growingyou JAS. PRITCHARD & SON,
other where
places they no water
0-lbs. $1.
4 should read the orange protection
and the is much
L 801 Adams St., cor. Madison, protection greater. damage article on 4th page. Tl.1us'V'l.11.e: : : FJ..a.

II JACKSONVILLE, FLAp .
KOCKLEDOE. Railroad Commission and Express Co. t

I >r Sale. Great Interest Is felt here in the ESTABLISHED 1875. f
s ..t amount of damage: done to the different After a full discussion of the matter
groves by the recent cold. Some were of local rates, at Tallahassee, on \7\Trn. are.
,, At Daytona, Fla., five and ten acre express : :S01TeS CO p
lots choice and lands. undoubtedly very badly hurt, while others fruits and vegetables, the Florida Railroad .
vegetable{ orange seem to have suffered very little. Commission and the Southern Express -
'' terms.Cheap for Address cash,, or will make liberal The little grove on Barton avenue, belonging Company have agreed upon a GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZE!;*
4l,, COURTLAND BUCKMAN, to L. W. Battenfleld, is an example schedule of what is termed "commodity ,
of the latter. Mr. Battenfield's reduction of from f
22 Hogan st., Jacksonville, Fla. rates, which means a f 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
It trees look fresh and green, while in 15 to 30 per cent on former rates for r
some places they show new growth an local shipments of fruits and vegetables; handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hail o
Il "Sain Perkins Is Dyeing." inch long: which has put out In the last that Is, on shipments within this state. Mail Orders Sojtcitod. Satisfaction Com, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright and!
t taw days, and on a few trees are blossombuds Guaranteed. dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co. I s:
I Gentlemen's clothing Cleaned, pressed almost ready to burst. Mr. hallway Star Brand Fertllizer -Guaranteed an
Fertiliser.
f :Repairing City and Wharves.The Analysis! Orange tree aDd Vegetable Paw
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Ground
h and repaired. Dyeing: In all its branches. Battenfield had small fires In his grove Mrs. Helen, W. Reynolds, Bone Nitrate Soda Muriate of Potash Sulphate Potash Kalnlt. etc. These fertilizer/ haveBO! i
Old clothing made to look equal to new. all night, which kept the temperatureup superior in the market,and a trial will convince._ Send for Catalogue free.
I' I 1H All orders by mall or express promptly several degrees, and ho thinks thema J., T. fe K. W. R'y Company have Titusville, Fla.MRS. .
attended to. Prices low. Work, good. great: protection, while some growers had a gang of men employed this week, m
Satisfaction guaranteed. maintain that fires,do no good at all. repairing and fixing up the railway t

t .SAM PKKKINS, Cleaner Titusville and Dyer, Fla., CLIFTON. general wharf, so public that who it may are bo continually safe for traveling the- DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE, The "Ideal' Hat Fastener. 1

"' 1p 10 years In Sanford, }'Ia.II The orange trees at this place, 'although to-and-fro to the steamers.' Our FLA. .
badly scorched, will come out Town Council have also taken time by TITUSVILLE, will I find it Boon
Bicyclists a
all right. They are losing their leaves, the forelock, and replaced several decayed -
General Merchandise Store for which shows a healthy and growing planks In the town wharf; but it
Sale or Kent. sign. still needs a few more to cover the holesat Board and Room, One Dollar Per Day. The most"useful and salable invention out. No hat'pins required for hats or I
the end of the wharf. This has been bonnet I e
BANANA RIVER done since the return of Alderman Knoxto Great inducements to agents. Quick sales and large profits. Send for partio- of
has !good location, good patronageand A great many of the orange trees .in town. Now we may look out for When in need of White aqd Rye Bread, ulars and circulrrs., Address, "I. II. F," No. 700 South Pryor St., to
comfortable tenement; also stock ol tillS section are covered with bloom, clean streets and the tilling; up of ruts in Pies, Cakes, etc., go'to Mrs. Deisner's jgp- Prompt attention given Atlanta, Ga.
goods and all fixtures, etc., for store and some of which was sent to Tilusville. the the same. City Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses, -
!' post office complete. list of the week. This is a splendid hotels and families supplied
Address, A. J. OLDS, p. M., section for orange growing, as the trees \ e
,1 Waveland, Fla. were very little damaged In the big East Coast Meat Market 1

freeze of 1804-05. Visitors should come TilE MOST COMPLETEElectrical Chance of a Life Time !

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to; the Canaveral section and see for
THE LATE SEVERE WEATHER themselves. G.' ]?. DUREN, Agent. Supply House tr,
u gtate
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: [ }I Various lleporU Along the from Kant Correspondent Coast.I Our settlers at DOYNTON.Boynton have saved 75 CD pa..- _o-. THE JOHNSON LAW GO;. II .A magnificent property'will! be sold at a..a

per cent of their tomato plauts, all their en aa..
ci celery plants, all their strawberries and c papa 01i i
TITU8VILI.E."Now most of their potatoes and peppers. The ELECTRICIANS, I I
I tomatoes, which were too large to cover, =
Jacksonville Florida.
1 the orange growers have gotten will be at once replaced, as our settlers ,::a.. I GENUINE BARGAIN. I
Gfilii 1 'l over their fright, we find that' the trees learned a lesson from last year's frost
are not so badly damaged by the late severe coveredseedbeds. raid
and keep plenty of plants In Cb of
cold weather as was at first thought.
The which were savedIn
r pttf t The large trees are losing: their loaves, the open gardens plants were, protected by en eH.cZ About eight acres of Grove In as fine condition as any on Indian River, contalnlng' ofI
t which show that the has
sap began to covering them with earth. Shipments + CD I a comfortable six Packing | e
A 4 now Indication that room Cottage, large Cistern, and the finest
upwards--a good .e/a
will not begin quite so early as they did =
; House in Brevard _
f, the trees will live. \ trees County.
Many young .
last season, but the yield will not be diminished Titusville Florida.Never .
.I killed which will make the older Situated about the
were by the cold wave. There will I r 1 mid-way between Rockledge and Cocoa;. Convenient to j n
trees more valuable than ever. Orange bo nearly a full nt Delray also. The Churches, Stores, etc., of both. '
,,l blossoms from Merritts Island and Banana crop fall to read our inside pages.
Iii pineapples at Boynton and Delray are For further ,
river are being sent to Titusvlllo to You will always find something to Interest particulars apply to rWALTER
not seriously Injured, and the loss of
f show the trees the side of Indian you.
I on east GOODYEAR, e
fruit will bo less
on bearing plantations
{ !dy River are.all right. Orange growers now 1 20th St.,
than 5 per cent. Dept. A., 3 to 7 W.

I, I !wear brighter faces.MIAMI. BHEVAKD COUNTY, NEAR & TAYLOR, rti, New York, 3. r. I;i

} lr Reports from several places In this --- --- e..
I From observation this so'c-
personal
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county to DIrector Mitchell, of the Artesian WellCONTRACTORS / c'
(' t tlou of the country was not so completely When In JACKSONVILLE
i' Veathor Bureau, Jacksonville, that ,4,
out" the late freeze says
by as was The
"wiped Clyde :IE
only twenty per cent of the pineapples '
a All farmers who Visit the
generally 03T-
tI'' supposed. were killed. This county Is the pineapple t I ,
? took the their I.
cover crops) ,
saved them; while others say that their this producing county olllclal In the state, and gtt' ''fife.. Edison LaLandc cell, type "V," for The finest SALOON It! the South. U
I tomatoes are beginning to show signs of report, which is is most oti- r Eau Gallic, Fla. marine gas engine ignition.

F t considerable life. This must be very cOUl'aglug.,
1 1 gratifying to those engaged In truck DADK,COUNTY: The best liquors that can bay

6 y' growing. Wo found fruit trees uninjured In Dade county the gl'owers'. pineapples money
I t ; while all kinds of rose trees were notltled of tho approachingwave Jacksonville Builders' Supply Company. '1
oleanders hibiscus and other andtrees of all the
plants and hustled to make proper protection favorite brands constantly pa hand. ,ut
I were In bloom on Sunday last. ,The and thousands of dollars were +
i grounds around the Royal Palm present thus saved by placing this product undercover SMITH & MUERSCII Proprietors.
a very beautiful sight. Mr. Blackmail Citrus fruits and cocoanuts/ are Building: :Brl.ok.Sl.d.ogvn1.k : ,
it informs us that notwithstanding reports not In the least hurt In this county : rl.ok.: t'21EWEIED.

I It t to the contrary, the thermometer at JENSEN "VI.: 'tr1.fl.od.: and: Fl.ro: Bria1.: .
/ .Ilainl did not go below 31 degrees
p I It Is yet too soon to form an intelligent XLalXXXO. WATCHES CLOCKS a
J' DE I.AND.i opinion of the extent of the dam- Oonaoxvt.UPlostor.: :. ,

i 'From the best information to be obtained age, but it is perfectly safe to say that : 1
'..f "' it seems quite sure that all of the throughout the entire pineapple sectlqn Diamonds tlOf
Laths: and: Shingles.Sowor .
t. trees of Mr. Stetson which were under there will not bo over twenty-five percent I Jewelry ,
I sheils were saved They were fired of the original estimated crop. Pl.po: oto.: oto.: ,

f Ih if heavily, In addition to the shod protection. Like all previous occasions of this kind, Write or call and you will bo pleased with the prices. Souvenirs and Presents
i" I It is also claimed that many of the damage Is not uniform among the 't Wedding Rings
11 the groves that were fired will escape growers, and more particularly so In the' 20 Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
I with only the loss of the leaves. Dr. G. present Instance, from the fact that REPAIRIyG e
; iM W. Lancaster, who owns a large, fine there has been considerable shedding, FINE WATCH and JEWELRY

,,1, j grove north of town, reports that he and those having done so have escaped E. iw
t thinks that his grove: was not seriously with practically uo damage under their WADDELL A SPECIALTY
.r : injured lie thinks that the heavy woods covel' n/.t8./ Another thing that Is to betaken Spectacles and Eyeglasses. ,
Charges RILES
to the north and west saved the trees ; Into consideration, ls the age of Miami City and Dade County paid oneway.! R. J.
I from the wind, and that while they will the different fields, also their condition. 225 W. Bay St, JACKSONVILLE, FU
lose their loaves, they aio not Killed There is no doubt but what this cold
J' down, The doctor Is an old orange hall demonstrated some facts that will Real Estate Bureau. ------

t t grower and knows whereof he talks. be of great benefit In the future plantingand ANDREW LOS LEY.
Some of the owners have ordered all growing of this fruit. We have always ...

,I see work what discontinued the amount to of await damage results Jg, and but attended contended with too that little the business care"-people was A Select List of BAY BISCAYNE PROPERTY, City Lots, fruit and Vegetable WATCHMAKER JEWELER

1)1. i many of them have ordered additional have planted from twenty to forty acres Tracts of all sizes for Iniestments, Phosphate and Orange Grove Lands A and ,
work" and fertilizer put on at once, and i. where they should have had from five to on

I will try and overcome with extra feed eu. Four hundred crates per acre from West Coast_ -_,_____ Titusville Florida"I I
and extra work the damage. The gardens i a five-acre field U better than two hundred ,
}jt will be replanted at once.. Some of per acre from teq or twenty acres For Correspondence, enclose stamps.' Agent for (CHAffKE'S } .)
the bloom of the peach trees has drop. Shedding l, going to be the order of the ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS, Having: been connected with some of the biggest watch d clock factories I jj e'
ped but the trees not and I and from four five hundred Fertilizers Chicago 111. Geneva, Switzerland, I
are Injured, day, to crates Chicago, 111 alO prepared to attend to aU kinds of and c
repairing
: pot all of the bloom will to lost per acre. borne of us with, more acreage Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI, FLORIDA fug send: c'Dnocted IDe your work with watches, clocks' Jewelry" ele If you want a good job done,

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