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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: March 17, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00011
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
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LOCAL NEWS BOOKS CLOCKS, Etc.-a nice. as. F. W. BEERS, OF ST. AUGUSTINE, BOYDELL BROS. PAINTS, varnishesand WILL HAVE IN A few days some AMONG THE HOTELS
sortment at Screven's Drug Store, Fla. has the line of .. ,
largest Bicyclesand brushes, ,0 K Queen cook stoves nicely painted and stenciled Htllinu's -
Titusville.Mr. .
General Interest. Sundries In the State. Write him Linseed oil, colors ground In oil. All Florida wheelbarrows and cur-'. Remember WHERE: to stop. See list of hotels on
[nd Topics of for prices on new 09 models.Mr. came In since the freeze; come In and wo are the only ones on the our 7th and 8th pages. ,,

Geo. M. Robbins paid Hockledge get the benefit of the reduced prices. East Coast who handle those good
The ADVOCATE U file all
lel1 and General OoRtlp In connection a visit on Wednesday W. II. Robinson has returned to ED. STII.INO, Cocoa, Fla. They will bo sold at a reduced price. the best hotels In New now York on city.norklfl at

| Biscayne( Bay Lake 'Vorthlndlan, -Tax Ankona from Miami. Send In your order to Edward Stlling,
with Collector
E.
W. Hall has beenon
Halifax Rivera, Key Went Cocoa, Fla. e hotels have been doing abig
|I Banana and Important Point along;the a visit to his orange grove west of St. Several articles and items are left THE EAGLE CLOTHING, STORE Is tourist business this winter, f
ind ill other of Lucie. '. out of this issue for want of space. displaying a new and novel line of ,
ItMt Coast of Florida. Brief mention Negligee Shirts and effects HAPPILY WEDDED. Hotel lloscland, near the ostrich farm, ;
new
patterns '
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interesting Events from Various Part. -Judge M. S. Jones may return home -Dr. and Mrs. Booth, of Albany, N. prices moderate. .lacksonvllle, under the management of
People Tou Know today, to take a couple of days' lestfrom y" Dr. and Mrs. 11111 of ;
I the World I About are visiting Mr. S. R. Knox, l Is quite n popular ro- t,
find People Tou Don't Know- PMced his official duties. Indianola -Gardner A: Walker, Titusvllle, have Mr. Thomas N. Decker and Miss Daisy sort, and the hotel has doing\ an ex t
and .< f flot Just received of the. stocks n. Skill were united In the holy bonds ofmatrimony '
I Society Editor a large a -Don't one biggest cellcnt business this
p by Our forget the grand minstrel en- Daytona news arrived just as we Tuesday evening, the 13th season.
Mattered along the of Easter millinery ever seen on Indian
Correspondent tertainment the Opera house, this were about to go to press. Too late for liver. Call and see those fashionable Inst., at St. Gabriel's Church, Archdeacon Never In the history of Florida have
I Est Cent of Florida. (Friday) evening. this Issue. hints before they are all sold. 11. F. Brown tying the nuptial knot. so many people} visited the East Coast all

Miss Laura Houston,of Eau Gallic, -Mr. G. C. Floyd, of Jacksonville, Promptly at, 8 o'clock the bride and this winter. Crowds have been turned
THE ADVOCATE, has been in town a week or so, visiting was in town, Wednesday, looking after -Conductor If. E. Bugbce, who has room walked up the aisle to the beautiful away from many of the hotels, the present -
11.50 per annum, in advance. her brother and sister-in-law. the F. E. C. Railway freight business. been on the sick list at his home In St. strains of the wedding march, andthe vast accommodations being In
1.00 six months, '. Augustine during the past week or so, Impressive words were soon spoken adequate.The .
an. to foreign countries. -Dr. Charles G. Weld, of Boston. 'TIlE GRAND CUT In Ladies' Oxfordsis Is again attending to his duties on the F. which united two happy souls for life.
$2.00 per Mass., who has been spending seve'ral still going on at E. C.' Ry., much to the pleasure his The brido'was arrayed In costume of Hotel Magnolia\ St. Augustine, Is

jy Reading notice ads. are ten centser weeks at Canaveral Clubhouse, left forborne THE EAGLE CLOTHING STORE.E. many friends. fun's Cream Veiling and looked her having a very prosperous season, and '

line on this page. on Tuesday.Mr. loveliest while the groom wore the have engagements until well along in
F. Cooley and party, of Lancing, -Miss Maggie Ramsey, a former pop- conventional; black and presented a May. The proprietors, Messrs. Palmer
Dixon visited Cocoa onedncsday. J. S. LeFils representing Bene- ular winter visitor to who \
-Dr. Jno. M. : Mich. returned here from Titusvllle, t MncDowell, have decided to keep this
dict, Pallak & Co., Jacksonville, was In their cruise, south far, yesterday the Florida, tails from the city of Hackensack, N. J., i handsome appearance. After the ceremony their popular house open until May 1st.Novlns .
as as to
the happy couple repaired
town Wednesday, doing business for his arrived at the Indian River hotel
Gibbs of Melbourne arlived where they went In Mr. Cooley's yes- I residence the river hotel Is 1
'-Mr. S. F. firm. Keys, terday afternoon. Miss Ramsey came newly furnished on Rlvervlew Merritt,
in town yesterday: fine launch, Whistle Wing.Mr. south for the benefit of her health, and side, where they were treated to several highly spoken of as a resort Mrs. M,

Commodore F. C. Hewitt came up NEW SUMMER CLOTHING at the Robert Dllworth, of Duluth, has been spending several weeks In Jack select pieces by the Indian River Band, .1. Mahou, as a proprietress, Is winning ,

Melbourne, in his launch, the first Eagle: Clothing Store; new patterns in Minn.\ is one>f the popular and obliging. sonville. Her many Titusvllle friendsare and showered with congratulations\ and golden opinions from her numerous
Iron f the* week. washable goods are the nobby styles conducto1"who travels between pleased to see her again. boat wishes from their many friends. guests, who are more than pleased with "
this season. Jacksonville and Miami on the East The presents were both numerous and this cozy hostelry.Do .
-Mrs. II. R. Jones, of New Hartford, landsome. C
_UMMS' CHAMPAGNE, quarts and -St. Patrick's Day will be celebratedwith Coast Line. Conn., who has been suffering from an The bride Is quite an accomplished not fall to pay a visit to Sweet- ::1

pints, at Crabb's, Cocoa. great eclat at Merritt, to-day. A -Mr. and Mrs. John Stanley, of New attack of la grippe for some time past, young lady and her amiable disposition water' Park hotel, I.IthiaSprlngll./ Oa., \ i.

Cincinnati large; number of prominent Brooklynitesand Fork, who own a pineapple plantation arrived In town, Wednesday, on a fewweeks' baa won for her a largo olrcle of lends. on your way home'As It Is said to bo oneof
-Miss D. Tyler, of route to, passed Rock- friends will Join in the jubilee.Mr. it Jensen, passed through here, Saturday visit to her daughter, Mrs. Wm. The groom Is one of our most popularand the most popular places near Atlanta. .
here Monday en and wife will
[ Jan. E. )
through Proprietor Illckey
last route to that point. They M. Brown. She Is welcome and Is In
two weeks' visit ,to Mrs. O. W. II. McFarland has been en always a energetic young men every welcome.
ledge, on a down at Cocoa, Rockledge and other MO always welcome visitors to Indian visitor to Titusvllle, where sure has many sense worthy of. the heart and hand he give you a glad

|J. Cutler. places this week "talking up" his schemefor River[ where they have many friends.Mr. friends' and where she will noon recover ball won. Hotel plaza, Rooklodge, under the

-Mr. and Mrs. George Huston, who protecting orange trees. He is meet- and Mrs. J. Osterley, of Crum- her former robust health The ADVOCATE joins the many friend management of Mr. M. 11. Peck, of Hotel

[have been spending the winter at their ing with much success. lynn, Pa., who owns a winter residence -Archdeacon B. F. Brown ill hold of the happy couple In wishing them a Arlington, Peloskey, Mich., has done a
[cozy home in Cocoa, left for their Chicago berg life and all the blessings of marital Ine tourist business this season. No
and at Rockledge, were Divine service at St. Johns church Eau
-Mr. A. D. Baldwin of orange grove t ,
residence on Tuesday.Mr. Rockledge, relationship.I wonder the manager goes around with
to town in his launch passengers on Wednesday's south bound' Gallie, on Sunday next, at 11 a. in. and
came up yesterday smile and hand-shake
C. B. Jerome, of Chicago, passed Elm City, with a party who were on train, on their way to have a look at '7:30[ p. m. Holy Communion at morn- 110 for genial, everybody.a As hearty a winter resort, i
here Monday en route to their property. Mr. Osterley's brother fag service. Sermon In the morning
through their way home to Connecticut. We acknowledge Surprising! Surprising! Surprising Hook ledge l I. popular
Rockledge, to join his brother, Mr. C. C. a pleasant call. accompanied them to Rockledge.Mr. "The Smitten Shepherd and the Scattered very

Jerome, in his fishing excursions., J. Wesley Bowen, of Philadelphia Sheep." Evening sermon, "Daniel's I 11 t Manager Jos. I'. Greaves gave a delIghtful r
-Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Houghton, in Fidelity Under Trial." dance In the parlors of Hotel i
-Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton and PA., can be found at the New '
fine houseboat Dentos after
their spending
Claude Walton have been the guests of [Rockledge Hotel, Rockledge. Mr.\ Bowen The lipe of hats exhibited: this week Alcazar, St. Augustine Wednesday j
which
Hotel Plaza Rockledge for several days a couple of months or so in town, Is a regular winter visitor at this well- No one need be without an Easter Hat;; night, an Invitation to we were \ s
left for and Palm Beach on of
Rockledge Escaped the Freeie. Infant's children' unable to accept through pressure
managed: hotel. When at home be Is we have them. ,
past Saturday last. Their launch, Rowena, one of Philadelphia's leading undertak- misses, young ladles', mamma's grand justness. As usual it was largely attended

-Don't forget the grand minstrel en- towed them down Indian River. ers, but when here, is an'ardent disciple Captain N., N Penny, a prominent ma's, and anybody suited In price, quality by hotel guests and the elttf of .

tertainment at the Opera house, Titus- -Among the late arrivals at the Gra- of Sir Isaac Walton.Mr. resident of Nathan, was In town Tues. and make-up at St. Augustine; and the ADVOCATE U informed I >

ville, this (Friday) evening. Secure your ham, Palatka, are C. M. Porter and wife, day, and informed us that the orange GARDNER &: WALKER'S. that Mr. Greaves was highly > -
(seats in time. Chicago: ; Miss Annie Day Mays, Key J. M. Randall of Boston, who trees In the Canaveral section wore complimented upon the successful man !

and West II. A. Hodges, wife, daughter and spent last'winter traveling through Europe hardly touched by the late freeze In ner in which he carried out this pleasant : f
Mr. M. Flagler party, ;
Henry' and Egypt, has been enjoying himself SENATOR TILLMAN INTITUS- social dance. Refreshments were supplied \
who have been visit to St. Augustine son, Florida; C. lIt HIckey and wife, Florida, and that they are covered
on a
and the
and :Macon, Ga., passed throughhere Danville, Va.; A. R. Hooper and wife, East bunting Coast, fishing this Reason.,cruising We understand along with bloom. They did not even lose VILLE, In abundance, and everybody spent 1 i ian
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Tuesday, on their return' to Palm Boston, Mass. he made some fine catches of fish lately their leaves, but look bright, green .and -- enjoyable evening r j

Beach: -Miss Annie L. Clarke and sister, of He gave the ADVOCATE office a call on healthy. A large party of congressional tourists Don't forget when visiting Jackson-

-Mr. and Mrs. James A. Morrisse, of Atlanta. Ga., after spending a few weeks Tuesday, saying he was off to Magnolia registered the'Indian River hotel on ville to stop; at that old reliable house,

Paterson, N. J., were passengers onMonday's very pleasantly at Palm Beach, Daytonaand :Springs hotel for a fortnight.Mr. Come I Look Kxaiulne !111 t { Saturday, among them being Senator the Placldo hotel. This house Geo., under Wll j
the East Coast have Uenj. R. Tillman. wife and son, Congressman the nble management of Mr. > I
train their other places on ,
south bound' on J. D. Crabb, of Cocoa, says our son U. doing quite a thriving business, f
Palm Beach 'and returned home. They report having hada A. C. Latimer, wife and sou,, tAir.
to
way Miami. Rockledge, lovely time. Nearly all guests of Hotel reporter made an error in stating that Our superb line of Ladies' Dress and four lady friends, Congressman Jafc. Wilson is a hotel man of some repute \

Royal Poiociana enjoy themselves.Mr. he had bought a residence In Cocoa. The Goods, in all the latest up-to-date fabrics Hamilton Lewis, Mrs. W. M. Gaurdin, and knows exactly how to cater to : .

-Canaveral Clubhouse has closed for property was bought from! Mr. R.' B. Piques, Dimities, Lawns, Stock J. B. Showalter, wife and two daughters, the traveling public. The Placldo table
the season, and the last of its members J. J Jacob, of Wheeling, W, Va., Holmes by Prof. G. W, Michael, of Collars and Jewelry. Don't delay Tc J, Wateihouse and wife, W. C. Brown, Is supplied with delicious cream butter 1

Col.C. P. Horton and Mr. T. Wattson is again in town after his visit to, Cuba. Logan's Port, Ind., who will return to look Is to buy. Prices seldom equalled,, Jos. Nerlon, wife and child, Jno. Shaf and genuine apple-elder, from Mr, Wil t,
Merrill-started for Boston on Wednesday !- He had an enjoyable trip, but is glad to Cocoa with his family next season. Mr. never undersold This is no worthiest roth and wife, II. Cowherd and wife and son's private farm. The hotel Is situated I

stopping at several places. en route be back on Indian River, where he can Crabb hat merely rented It for the sum boast. Come, see and be convinced. others. They were on a trip to Rock- In tho central! part of the city; hotel I

north. hunt and fish to his heart's content. He mer months GARDNER & W ALKJjlI.; lodge by steamer, and returned Monday, 'bus meets all trains, And street cars'

-Mr. and Mrs. Hugh H. Richardsonand speaks very highly of the while Grand in Havana Hotel -Mr. J. S. Johnson, of Baltimore, when they left for Tampa and Havana pass the door. I

daughter, and Mrs. Charles Davies, Roma, where he stopped Md., and his daughter, Mrs. C. V. FOR SALE-One 10-lb. Senator Tillman Is known to many ni Among the office force at Hotel Or
rowboat .
of Jacksonville, arrived in town, Tues- -Judge J. D. Van Do man, of Dela- Peachin, of Philadelphia, who are on a All fastened cypress braes the "Pitchfork" and "Dispensary senator mond are the following; L. II. Bingham,

day, and boarded the steamer for a trip ware, 0., paid Titusvllle a visit on Tues tour of the state, were pleasant callers trimmings, now., varnished copper natural,wood; from South Carolina.ATTENTION chief olerk,' who holds a similar l position)

to Palm Beach, by way of the beautiful day. lIe has been stopping at Rock- at this office ere leaving for Rockledge cost $85:>> to build, will sell for $.:iO.Eo. at the New Mount Pleasant house, In the ,
Indian River. ledge during the past two weeks, and he and Palm Beach on Friday afternoonlast. STILINO Cocoa Fla. ORANGE GROW- White Mountains, In the summer; H. G. '
,
informs us that the change of climate Mr Johnson Is a well-known man. Marvin, assistant room clerk, formerly
Ir. J. B. Terry and Miss Terry, of has benefitted his health very much. ufacturer of twines, netting, fishing ERS AND FARMERS. proprietor Tarpon Springs hotel, and

Southold, N. Y., after visiting: Miamiand The judge left for Eden the same day. tackle, etc. Wanted. manager of Moo-NlplI'ark Lodge, Lake I

Palm Beach, returned to Titusvilleon -Senator John M. Wiley, of Buffalo, -Mr. W. H. Peters, of Brooklyn, N. A "Farmers' Institute," under the auspices Sunapoe, N. II., during the summer sea
Thursday last. On Saturday they -
held responsible Y. who owns a fine winter home on of the State Agricultural College, son: and A. T Creamer, cashier, who
left for St. Augustine and 'other points, N. Y., who under formerly the Cleveland a adminis- Ridgewood, avenue, accompanied by II. By June or July, 3,000 Porto Rice will bo held In Cocoa, at the town hall, loliU a position at the Intervals house, ,

en route home. tration position was a pleasant caller at the E. Pratt and Henry Van Dorn, of Day slips. Please quote lowest cash price. on Thursday, March 80th. The follow. White Mountains during the !hot season

-Mrs, Wm. L. Mitchell and little ADVOCATE, office on Tuesday, The Sen tona, was a pleasant visitor at this officea GEO it OB: H. WRIGHT, lag speakers have been named by the :Mr. Fred 0. King, chief clerk at the

Miss Nettie, after spending a couple of ator who left his family at Hotel Or- few days ago. Mr. Peters is a noted 3.174t. Orlando, Florida. college and local committee: Dr. II, E. Hotel Royal Polnoiana, and who has for

weeks at Hotel Plaza, Rockledge, joinedMr. mond, was on his way to Jacksonville, hunter, and has killed many hundreds of Stockbridge, W. 8. Hart, Prof. 1'. II. the pant two summers held a similar
Mitchell at this place, last Friday, where he has some property interests.He birds the past winter. lie was on a trip Horse Lost, I Rolfs) \, and Benj. Bradt. It Is also Intended position at the Grand Union hotel at

and left for Jacksonville, Magnolia return to Titusville to-morrow. down Indian River In his naphtha ___ to have an address by W H. Mc Saratoga, will next season officiate at
springs and other,places.Mr. may launch, Orville. f Farland, on his system of tent protection the United States hotel of the same
watch and clock repairer Lost at Ft. Pierce March flrd, 1800
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-That proficient of trees. Tbo subject will hotels
and Mrs. Chas. II Fletcher and Mr. R. J. Riles, the jeweler of -Mr. T. F.. Nevins, one of Bnnklyn's sorrel horse Brand on left hip,'84; bald] be as follows orange : "How and why can noted resort of tho The hotels United of States the country

Miss Fletcher, prominent residents of West Bay st., Jacksonville, has the con prominent bankers and brokers, who has face and split In left ear. A reward of Farmers' Institutes be of practical benefit and one Is known great all over the world. Mr.,

wooklyn, N. Y., were pahsengers ononday' tract to look after and keep in repair all a fine piece of property at Meuitt, was $10 will\ be paid to any one bringing th ;" "Principles of crop, fertilizing;" will therefore from one of the ,
'*' south bound train, en route to the clocks In the government buildingsIn in town Monday, and gave our office a horse to G. W, SMITH, "Some crops adapted to orange groves;i" King best,hotels in the, go south to 'one of :
Kockledge from Ormond. Mr. Fletcher Riles' oa 1. Mr. Nevins is a hall.fellow-well-I 3-17 2t. Fla.< very
Woodley
Jacksonville. Mr. manager "Humus, and how bent to procure It; rank In the north.. This affable :
is at the head of the Centaur Company, 11. Rowton, is one of the most met, and he can count his friends by the' equal
Mr. W, "Scale fungus,-practical experience clerk has had his hands full tbl".ea.onz
few Yui k. The above expect watches clocks thousands. He came up to taws to give room
jovial party In
experienced workmen Tourists Will Find with it as a destroyer of scale in sec U; for the Royal Polnclana has been
to leave week for Palm Beach the south. the Bond Lumber Company a big order
next
and jewelry we have In "Scale Insects,-Insecticides and spray" packed like sardines with tourists for
Miami lumber sash etc. Mr Nevlna is
,
and Nassau. for "
making considerable improvements on The Graham Hotel, Palatka, a nice Ing. First paper on front protection'second special] lome time past. : !

YOU WILL MAKE NO MISTAKE BY his at Merritt. topping place; |2.5U per day Special paper on frost protection; Ormond] of i
Steamer For Sale. Lewis' Oil MountHunters Vernon property address on frost protection, with practical Hotel Ormond gave: one
by buying your weekly rate. a.112t. the grandest germans of the season, In i I
Rye, Old Valley Rye, BOYS SHIRT WAISTS, In new pal- Demonstration of the use of tents.Three '
The light draft stern-wheel] steamer, L. Adams, Old Buchanan, (:Sour terns; In dark and light colors, at sessions will beheld: Morning,, the Casino, on Saturday night last. The
Jfiaveral, built in 1891!) by the Merrill- Chas. and other brands of THK EAGLE CLOTHISO STORE. For Sale, 10 to 12; afternoon, 2 to 4; and at night,, german commenced with the grand
Stevens Marsh), many march which was led by Miss Isabella
Co., of Jacksonville. whiskies at Crabb's, 730: to 10:30.: The sessions of.thin Institute ,
She is 51 feet long and 15-ft. beam, equally good :i-17 4 t. WIND MILL About 2,000 feet of R. R. Iron; ""Igbl626lb will be of great value 'and interest Slrorall and Mrs.. C. R. Holmes; while
and Cocoa. EIGIIT-FT. AERMOTQR the leading couples were Miss Bart Sim-
draws about 14 inches; has two to the foot. Price acts per foot especially to our orange growers. ;
"Rn-pressure{ condensing engines, 6x24.er Steel tower, one galvanized storage dock. All are Invited to attend. Remembei rail, of Covln ton, Ky.t.and Mr. Wlnnt
July delivery, tank; one 21-bbl.: 1}-In. cypress tank; at Courtenay of Sterling, Ky: and Miss !
boiler and engines were put in first. WANTED, for June or Call or write EDWARD STIUNO, the date, Thursday, March 23rd, 1800.
class Address one ]is3 .ln. drive well point; one Clus. E. Johnson of Platt&burg N.
condition by her builders last year 3,000 Porto Rico slips. Cocoa Fla. E. I' PORCUKII, Mr. ,
TTo be seen at Peter Nelson's yard In 3-4t GEO. H. WEIGHT, Orlando, Fla. ajxlC-ln. brass 'cylinder. New, never Chairman Local Committee.The Y. There were, during the evening,
ville. :Address been set up; will be sold cheap. Writeto about forty couples on the floor, and the

ROBBINS, & GRAHAM, Edward StRing, Cocoa, Fla. OWING TO THE LATE FREEZE, ] many figures and dances that were Indulged

t. '., Titusvllle Fla. Wanted, will now close out my stock at reduced "Advocate. In by the participants, were a I
prices. No, old stock; everything source of much pleasure to the onlookers .
sell an article affording Safe new this winter. The INDIAN RIVIU: ADVOCATE: Ii 01 I and those who "tripped the light

For A hustler, to for which thereis ED. STILINO' Cocoa, Fla. ale at the following new.-.tand., at firs, fantastic" so 'artistically. The affair
Sale-New Furniture, good profit, a specialty demand. No An orange grove In South Brevard. cents per copy : from beginning to end was a grand success

At secOlld-band-p; ;"s a steady and Increasing Good situation for I have first-class landa for orange, Titusville-Fred 8. Chaffee. ; and the thanks of those who attended I[
ties in any quantl-! samples required. busi- grape-fruit and lemon culture In town. -Any subscriber who want to buy i I J. B. Screven. are due the Misses Slmrall and

right party Only those meaning ship 34-48 and southward at reasonable round-trip ticket, meal and berth in Jacksonville-Windsor hotel. Mrs. Holmos for the able manner In

WHo R. CAMPBELL, ness need app11. Address, price Write for full Information eluded over the Clyde Line would dwell St. AuguIUneJIoteAloazar.\ which they carried out this german. A

"Bellevue," l4NVFACTUJUtR, C. T. MCCARTY, to write the editor of the Auvo Ormond-Hotel Ormond.Rockledge large number of "favors" were distributed
O.
Melbourne, Fla. Cleveland, GATE, Titusvllle, Fla., for price. We al
6.10 Ankona, Fla. -Hotel Indian River. ,among the dancers, who bold them
so have a round-trip ticket over the Mal New Rockledge hotel. as souvenirs of one of the most enjoy

Hockledge, Indian River, Fine Lunches. Tory Line, between Brunswick and Ne\ Palm Beach-Royal Poiociana. able dances for which Hotel Ormond is
York for sale.Empty e '
Sloop for Sale. The Inn. Doted
.Has and -- Miami-Hotel Royal Palm.
one of the most attractive steak -
Jew-stocked stores on the East Coast of"orida. If you need In the a good eating chop Hue, do not or anything fall, Sloop Edna, length,,}J.n; beam 11-ft Fish Barrels for Bale.Addreai Nassau-Royal Victoria hotel. !trWe would esteem tbe favor If our

You can find everything you else to go to the Head room In cabin. For particulars, Pure readers, when writing or calling upon
'there. Fitting out cruising parties when In St. Augustine Lunch &, Oyster Booms, address, M. B. BURNS, WALTER A. MOORE, NO POISON, but Webb's Alcoholat our advertisers to purchase merchandise, ;
s apeclalt.1. Cathedral Place Canaveral, Fla. 8 George, St.Charleston, S. C. Crabb's Cocoa, Fla. eto., would mention tho ADVOCATE.Ipr 1 '
the postofflce.
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2 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE',. MARCH 17, 1899.

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-..---:; two cuttings, and perhaps three of fod. TO HOUSEKEEPERS.. MARCH, APIIIL, MAY. OEORO IJ IRL JOHN MARX.

"Great Haste is Not der far superior In quality to corn fod r- NIA.R.X
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Little Things.. That S.T. Many Steps and BROS.Wholesale
Always Good Speed/ der.Before These Are the Month In which .t
found I usedto Much
I out Kaffir corn, Worry. Dealers In .

Many people trust to luck BOW quite a lot of Indian corn for fodder Every housekeeper knows how next to to Purify Your Blood. '

only, by sowing/ fairly thick In the Impossible It Is to prevent the supplies This Is the season when your blood Is GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE.,.

ti to pull them through, and are drill and cutting$ it, an It got to show tile in the kitchen from running low, and loaded with Impurities, accumulated ..

often disappointed.. Do not first tassel) By running It through the not to find, at the last moment' that during confinement the, winter rich food month.and other from causes.clone 131 and 133 But nIl Street and 6 and 8 Newnan Street,

dilly-dally in matters of feed cutter, cutting It in quarter Inch something Indispenslble is lacking. A These impurities must be driven from

lengths and mixing In this form among cake Is to be made, and there is no flavoring your system or they may breed serious ITaolxsonvillor:: F or1d.Q

health. With it you can the middlings bran and cotton-seed meal ; Monday morning comes, the disease! and cause, untold sufferlqg.lIood' .
I Sarsaparilla Is the greatest and ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE elTl
'With for milk I had bottle Is
accomplish miracles. my cows, a very good bluing empty} Saturday afternoon best blood purifying medicine It Is possible
feed hut .Inte! I' have been using the : "Please ma'am there Isn't -
; any to obtain. It Is what the millions
( out it you are no good. Kaffir corn instead, I find a great Im- wood," and so on to the end of the chapter take in the spring.:! It will purify and We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow pen

''If' Keep the l liver, kidneys, bowels and provement In the milk flow. The kitchen slate, with pencil at. cnilch your blood create an appetite, guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed We win
: blood healthy by the use of Hood's Sarsaparilla : tone up your system, and give you your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased
If the Kaffir In this tached which the cook Is told
the faultless blood purifier. we plant corn section on to note
sound, robust health.
MARX
BROTHERS
.
Dyspepsia- know a positive relief about the middle of March, we can down whatever Is wanting, is the usual .-We only Sell to Dealers. Jacksonville, l'la
for dyspepsia and that Is Hood's Snrsnpa- reasonably expect to be able to cut 1 It recourse, but even 'this fails. Sometimes ;.I lied Hot From the Gun
rllla. It cured me. My neuralgia/ also
topped." W. II. BALDWIN, l&J Oak Street, for green feed by the middle of May. It the memoranda are really rubbedout Was the ball that hit G. B. Steadman, -=

Binghamton, New York. differs materially from the millet family, by accident, and very often that of Newark, Mich., in the civil war. It .O3E3.A.S.: :s L0- & CO
Tired Feeling-"My appetite Wall In that It does not tiller from the roots, excuse is made when something is for- caused horrible ulcers that no treatment

tired.capricious Hood's, my Sarsaparllla liver dllorderff relieved: and I It was all but sends out suckers from the first gotten. To avoid this, have a small helped for 20 years. Then Bucklen'eArnica DEALERS IK .---

It cured a friend of mine of female weak joint when it Is cut, and the oftener we tablet;' a pad of writing paper six by Salve cured him. Cures cuts, FLn.e W1nes And. Liduors:
,": nellll." .JFHBIE: MEARNS, Clayton, Del. bruises, burns, boils, felons, corns, skin
cut It tile it stools and Increases In three inches. Dore hole in the
more a centerof eruptions. Best pile cure on earth. 2.c.
:' jf00cL4; Sa/lJa a bulk, providing/ of course, the soil I Is the upper edge,' and put a string a box. Cure guaranteed.:! Sold by F. S. JACKSONVILLE 417 & 410 W. Bay St.,

rich enough to do so and cultivation through to hang it up by. Attach a Chaffee, druggist. qe-k n.NU. ". FLA
I eelITDI.AMe.ntremme
; kept up. It cures Into excellent fodder; short lead pencil, well sharpened, and
,
'i It is safe to that the "" ""
generally '
-- -- say
Hood'f Hill cure Jlyer 111., the onn-Irritating and and cured or green, stock of all kInds suspend the pad over the kitchen table, tat teew t.a r Agulnnldo May Recover
who hears the clock strike 3 o'clock IIM,0Y..11aMttta
: nay 'fi rtlc,'toke wltli'Hood't aeriapiuIfa.: are very fond of It, and it retains its just where It will be In plain sight while man Leaa. His reason with Dewey's and OtU
.
isn't successful In' his busi
sweetness and natural aroma longer than. the cook Is at her work. On this let her every night 1 'a"v't"eU.""rta ,Judicious doctoring. Dewey's

even well cured hay. write her memoranda, impressing it ness. } t +w nets is reducing the swelling of his

<\ There is one peculiarity about it, III upon her that she Is not to wait until athing head, just as our high:! grade and
Millions Given Away.It ls, Blum's Rye
pure Whiskey will
f1 TflX/fE/ RIVE that If It Is heavily fertilized with nitrogen Is actually out before ordering it. cold, cough reduce
your grip, etc
tJ Is certainly gratifying to the publicto
I \\1 -t it and ; but Then the leaf be torn' off and when used properly.
r Ij : gets course woody plenty can you know of one concern In the land who i There I.
[J \ "oct of potash, and a liberal quantity of have the written list all ready to give are not afraid to be. generous to the nothing like our fine Blum's pure
\\l'M4li.1 "'K "+ for
P: \ > @@ phosphoric acid, will prevent all that, your orders to "butcher and baker and needy and suffering. The proprietors of t tR"' + colds Rye Whiskey, grip:! or pneumonia preventing, and chills this,

(.:A' rtj llII1@W; 1I and make good, well filled out grain. If candlestick maker." Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption .. is the kind of weather use It.
IV- coughs and colds, have given away tom
(.JY ;:::= I was compelled to use a made up fertlli Of course, a bookshelf for cookbooksand over ten million bottles of this great

( .. \). zer, I would want for this crop, ten to a reliable clock should be on a con. medicine; and have the satisfaction of Blum's Pure Rye Whiskey, 7 yearsjold; delivered to any part of the Stat
; venlent shelf. Ex. for >
express prepaid, $3.20.
''I'r-\' twelve per cent.potash, eight to ten knowing; it has absolutely cured thou-
L phosphoric acid and four to five nitro. sands of hopeless cases. Asthma, bronchitis -
)11) q.a\ Mrs. F. E. Smith, Vfew Ga., writes: hoarsenesss and all diseases of
Il. ,
..'- / ,: 'I'",.",,' gen. I would apply of this, all that I Have used Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver the throat, chest and lungs are surely "TI2PS5."
I. J '. ". -tW7MreNi would think the soil could conveniently ears with better results cured by it. Call.on F. S. Chaffee, druggist 0

1"W/ UU15U\1 utilize to advantage, taking into consideration than I receive from any other medicinefor :! and get a free trial bottle. Regularsize a The word tip means different
things
\ its physical condition and at the dyspepsia and loss of appetite. It is t 50c and $1. Every bottle guaranteed :
I in different In barber
places. a chalro
milder and does its work better than or price refunded.
1@uu@ first
@ cutting repeat the dose, and then I I restaurant it is "a
Black Draught and Zeilin's 1 used. i i gratuity" given for
, would make sure of getting a good return extra service. Another kind
good of
.' Florida Chautauqua. l a
\ for money invested in fertilizers. Stupid people rob us of time and j tip is a "straight tip." That's a bit of

@ 1Nl There are two kinds of this corn-a red temper, but clever people go'away load- On account of the Florida Chautau- friendly advice, and that's what we are

IUDi and a white. I much prefer the red. It ed with our ideas. qua at DeFunlak Springs, the J. T. & K. ; giving you when'we tell you ,to try our

does not grow as, tall as the white varIe- W. Railroad will sell daily until March
in
beer. If the business
you are sell It,
GOLD 1 lis of value when health is
no
: a *cgif'1 ty, but yields better. But be it red or In danger What's, of more value 1? 28th inclusive with final limit to April if you are not, drink It. It is mad from

white that we grow, let us not forget to Pratt's up.to-date tablets will break ifp 15th, 1600, at the rate of one-fourth fare iI __ the purest materials, and we guarantee

potash the soil well, ,and then we will get a cold in one day, and for constipation to Palatka or Jacksonville plus followingrates : J:7: a "I it to be perfectly pure.

satisfactory returns, and, t find from and biliousness and all malarial troubles, from those points, viz: Jackson-
KAFFIR CORN practical observation almost It has no equal. By mall prepaid for 2:; c. $13.40. ...n....._ ,.....
everywhere, Palatka Iron-clad
Pratt Medicine Co., Station B, Chicago, ville, $12.15; ,
that the most successful farmer'or fruit 111. Send for sample. continuous. passage tickets to be used. Address, .
"y I DEFuNIAK SPRINGS, March 13, 181))!). grower is the one who uses potash wIth .
G. MULLER & CO.
,
;Editor Advocate : a liberal hand on his trees or crops. Any .

P' The farmer who fails to have a few one can verify this for himself by ob. Jacksonville, Fla.

(11( acres of Kaffir corn, even for a catch crop, serving the beautiful glossy; dark green Agts for Acme Bi e*ing Co.,
and the
r "Hurry Up Dig Nicaragua Acme Brewing Co., Macon, Ga.
,.,' is over-looking a very valuablo addition tinge; that potash gives to the vegetationIt Canal "
,
. to his forage as well as, grain crops, and Is used on, and trees not so treatedare

: this crop if given the same attention in sickly looking, yellow leaved and John Bull says to Uncle Sam, 'I 'w\l1\

the way of fertilization and cultivation have a general all-round scrawny ap help you all I can." Any one that wants to Magnolia CiocxyN..RrWholesale
build stores, houses, cottages or fences we
as Indian corn, will out-ytald the latter poarance. Yours truly, will\ aid by Felling them lumber, shingles,
!j two to one, both in grain and fodder, C. K. McQlTABRIE. laths, clap-boards, flooringbrick; and lime and Retail Dealer in

I have always made it a point, If at all [Land Commissioner J. E. Ingraham; by quoting them prices that will enable
them to do it at a figure that no one can STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
., possible, to have some of it growing all of St. Augustine, will give Katy corn w make such a close estimate on in this .____
,
.
I summer, and If it Is planted at Intervals seed free of charge to all farmers along .f t town. .
Butterine 14cts. pound.
f' of a few weeks duiingthe spring! months, the East Coast who will apply for it. It BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO., per
Write'or call for our Cash Price List, which will please you.
: this can easily be accomplished, and the 18 a valuable crop for feeding poultryand St. Augustine, Fla.
longer I continue to grow it, the better I'f stock.-EDITOR.] I 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,

'f like It, and my farmer friends who have Telephone No. 255.Photo .

I given It a fair trial will bear me out In Night: Day.

this statement.. This year particularly, The busiest and
mightiest little thing ESTABLISHED 1880. \\
" we find the Kaffir com to be a very uc- that ever was made Is Dr. King's' New Supply thiS

; F ful crop to fall back on, ISltl1 the ex.I Life Pills. Every pill is a lugar.coatedttlobule .

I tremely dry weather during the latter of health, that'changes weakness Bond: Lumber Co.;
Into stiengtlr, lititlessness into
of March and the most of the energy, ,
part April,
Into mental
brain-fag power. They'iewonderful X AGENTS EASTMAN KODAK CO.
regular corn crops are a total failure in in building; up the health. Manufacturers of and Dealers in

some sections, and those! who have replanted Only c per box. Sold by F. S. Chuffee.

with Kjtflir coin are going to LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING only house in Florida devoting its time to the
,
come out well ahead.It When a gu is clever tongue keeps her KODAKS.The .

Is generally recommended to plant from marrying, It Is because she h8'n'ot Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange SPECIALTY-Developing and Printing.

l this crop very early,' but any time when yet met her equal among men. and Vegetable. Crates. We solicit coirespondetice.'
Give us a Trial. No trouble to
convenient, from the middle of March For the credit of virtue it must be admitted Saw, Planing. and Shingle Mills\ at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at answer questions.

until the middle of June will dOj; In fact that the greatest evils which be- DeLand and Titusville. 51 King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
fall mankind are caused by their crImes.La .
the best crop of It I ever made was not
Rochefucauld. I '
planted until the beginning of Juno Belonging -
H. A. HODGES. EASY RIDING I
' as It does, to the sorghum family ... -

(!but 'non-saccharine) it boars close The wolf of :MANUFACTURER OF All the time and speed when you

planting. In planting this crop, I like \ '1 starvationhowls at the ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber... want It is a great feature of

to check the land about three feet each doors of thousands ,
of men ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.
\ The
\ way; by doing so It saves a great eal'o', tv .,:>.} who are well Keating' :Bicycle.
Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building in
It be cultivated both to do and .
hoeing, as can nays day surrounded
any part of Florida, would do well to write for pricts. The saw mills I are locatedat
t 'during the growing period;and as we always '\' plenty. tale Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J.. T. K. W. Uy. Lumber delivered to any Here are some Keating points for your consideration
two three f 't/ of the East Coast. Address: II, A. HODGES:; Buffalo Bluff Fla.
of :
I get or Cuttings It during health, in part The Frame makes it
I : the sel8on11; depending upon time / T!: majority of .
I I.1'.ti P' cases, is starvation STRONG.
of planting), it Is advisable to keep the ;) and
t 1 pure
; ground clean and well cultivated all the "ir.,1_ \ 1\\! ,, "'< itnple means ,that It We Carry the BOYDELL BROS.$ PAINTS. The Construction makes DURABLE.The It .

t time It Is generally somewhat slow to 'J/j 'I body, brain, ?

r. start, but after it gets to growing well,it ="'.::;/, I 1-. '- \ and nerve sinew, bone are Have sold out all our OLD STOCK and received a Fresh Bearings give it SPEED.

soon makes a very heavy growth. I find improperly or

I that Kaffir corn is one crop that will Insufficiently nourished. Improper, insuf. Supply ofLumber The Double Roller Chain
\ ficient nourishment
is
t stand almost any quantity '(figuratively starvation. MAKES IT FLY
When a man's head aches it is because
speaking) of potash, provided that Phosphoric the tissues of the brain do not receive Up hill, down hill, on the tour, road-or trackS
sufficient nourishment from the blood,or re. Hardware and Paints
acid is used liberally at the
same ceive itdpure and unhealthy nourishment. !It has No Equal.* E-
i time.It When a man gets nervous and sleepless it : cn for Catalogue.I
Is advisable, if possible, to make means that the blood is not properly nour
i.hlnathe nerves. When his skin breaks Or in the line of Material KEATING WHEEL COMPANY
this crop follow a root crop, such as potatoes out with blotches and pimples and erup anything Building ,

turnips or beets. It may do to tions, Hmeans that the skin ia being: fed Middletcrwn, Conn. '
the of or House Furnishing'goods Tinning or
follow but upon impurities the blood. Almost ;
corn, never to follow oats. If every known disease is primarily due to -
-
we follow oats with It, the rust and sun. improper nourishment through the blood, Plumbing, do not fail to write
scald will render It useless. But kalnlt which is the life etream Dr. Plerce's
Golden Medical Discovery'Is the greatest HOMESEEKERS
t applied liberally broadcast, say six hundred of all blexd-makers and purifiers. It gives EDWARD STILIWG .'
pounds or more before edge to the appetite corrects all disorders ,
acre
per
.
of the digestion, mllU, the assimilation of
planting, Is invariably a preventive of the life-giving elements of the food per. THE BRICK STORE,"

i t rust, smut, or even sun-scald. This kal. feet and invigorates excretion: the, and liver vitalizes, promotes the whole secretion OOOCX, laoLdiaaaa.: : : River: ]['LisaSAW Who are Seeking a Home in the South should send to the undersigned for a

nit has to be worked Into the soil In a body. It makes firm muscular flesh, but copy of theFlorida
thorough manner, either by harrow or does not make corpulent people more cor. -
cultivator. Now should the pulent. It cures 98 per cent. of all cane AND PLANING MILLS. JACKSONVILLE YA11DlHlatka '
; season hap of lingering coughs, bronchial throat and Fla. E.. lUy St., Foot of Catherine.WILSON ,
pen to be a dry one, this kalnlt keeps kindred affections, which, Ir neglected East Coast Homeseeker.
,I the soil In a moist and friable condition, lead up to consumption It is the best of ,
all tonics and
nerve restoratives. Kept by CYPRESS COMPANY .
and the crop keeps on growing duringthe / all medicine dealers. .

severest drought. It Is also advisable "I was taken ill In February, tea with bead
ache and paiD in my back.," writes II. Caddis.Uq Manufacturers of -
to apply, not less than four hundred ", of 313 South J Street Tacoma, Wash "I We have lands for Fruit Growing and for
called in a doctor and he cane three times. He Trucking, Tobacco Growing,
of Acid and two .
I. pounds Phosphate hundred said I ws bilious but I kept getting worse I I 'Winter and Summer Homes
Climate
I pounds of cotton seed meal in the took a cough so that I could not sleep only by ;y: Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. the healthiest In tbfll United States.
being propped up in bed. My lungs hurt me, ,
hill\ and mix well with the soil at time of and I got w poor that I was Jut skin and bone. Apply .JoV '
I
planting. If the land Is fertilized in this of I thought Dr. IHercc's 1 was Golden going to Medical die. I Discovery used: two bottles and it A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding moulding., shingles, .JAS. E.

way, and<< the crop well attended to, we made u.sound and well. It saved my lU'e" lath and picket always on hand thus assuring. prompt shipments. Cypress INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner

may reasonably expect'sixty to seventy quickly No remedy and effectively relieves as constipation Dr. Pierce'... 1 mouldings of all patterns a .p la1t1. "\ :- FLORIDA EAST COAT R'Y,

bushels of grain per acre, and at least Pleasant Pellets. They never grip*. When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see ns. ST. AUGUSTINE, .FLA.t .



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professional Cards. Ormond Beach. management of Messrs! Anderson and FOR

Price, who himi g' %lnod 1"lln) a ro-iitn-| 'w. 20 .. ,.
WALTZa: B. GaA nAlt.OBBINS Boils \I11l1lnt'o they Imvti bad ch.irge of (hi*

<. RoRD1.tk GRAHAM, The "Pink paper of the East 1'oasl" Is home-like hOllt"I1'). I Sent in tin by KxprvM: jiogtoflU order or Now York Exchange, we will

quite a favorite at Ormond. The fittest itrilval to Ormund was n seed you I.). KxpifMd: ) C'HARO:ES PREPAID,

'iEYS-AT.LAW, Ormond Is full of gaiety, and birthday little boy.,I"ltur tll Mr. aud Mm. Arthur' FOUR FULL QUARTSOf .
ATTO coasting and other parties are "In fullawing K. Baldwin, weighing! 12: pounds The

rrI rtIIoUB9-From to 4 10 to. 12 a. m., Old Running Sores ." happy parents sue very promt of I their the Celcbiftto(I Seven Ycar-Old ,
2
p.m.TrrCsviLtK
and Father O'lloyle held service In the guest, and their many friends are sending .

Brerard Co., Florida. Casino, early Sunday morning, and then in congratulations Calhoun Pure

O Box.' 108. In aU the courts-state. and fed Itching, Scratching left for Daytona. Mr. Philip Kilchlor, and Mr. A. S. Rye" Whiskey .
'Ice
Lubold, of Cincinnati, Ohio
UJpr Mrs. were very
F. It. Grlswald entertained Mr.
$*|lal lf llltlea for examining: and perfectif and Mrs. II. C. Morris, of'Day' tona: at successful fishing up the Tomoke last TTe ship In PLAIN PACKAOKa nq marts to Indicate content (which will avoid nil com-
d Utle... dinner : week, bringing back with them several menU When you get It anti t*.t It, If It In not .satisfactory, return It at OUIt KXTKN8E and
Eczema Sunday evening. : very fine shecphead and bass, several of your |:1 20 will I* cheerfully rvfumleil. This Wh Iftkrjr I I. a*good mi any $:.1 no goods In the market.
We are clou. at hand and ,,.
can give Ton QUICKK It DKUVKKY than distant ho DODSON, Chas. McCarthy and wife, of Port the bass weighing from 15 to 18 pounds. haven doing httslnes In thin city ami at the und i iIONSIIUCITV for over in/ YEARS, and a* to our UES-
D. L. land, Me., returned from their trip to A.Ml KKrUTATlOX for honest d 1,eating, we refer you to any merchant here ,or toMON
Six tables set In the parlors of
Nassau on were the editor of this paper.
", __ DENTIST.rrcituw Sunday morning. Hotel Coqnlna Saturday evening for SOLO: .t LEVI
n. Lee Borden and wife and Dr. A. progressive/ euchre, which lasted until ,
FLORIDA. Blood Poison Brooks and wife, of Chicago, eipext to 10 o'clock. Mrs. A. If. Smith, of Enon. 1028 A 10.TO: First Avenue,

Office at residence. stay at the Ormond until the close of the Ohio, won thin first prize; Mr. Branch, P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM\ ALA.
't
the aIling hotel. second and Miss Straus third.
,
suit the times.L. "Produelne...Throat following,Swollen'rmptomll NOTICE -We pay Express Charges; to all rut nU rearhe by "BOUTIIKUV EXPRESS COItCnmlulnles g
f prices to tie ".. .::18tI.. and Ulcers 010th'tl; : Mr. and Mrs. A. Bennett, of Port Mr. and Mrs. J, F. Hathaway, prominent : ," hut topolnuon line of other Express 1 i ", we prepay only to point* wherer
Stitrne. the Jolotl, Southern Express. Company, transfer to said olhrAXY Express Company
lone rains, etc.Ulcers. Rhewuatbm, Huron, Mich., have returned from Palm residents of West Soroerville, Mas.< 4 j
Beach and Miami to finish the season at are again at the Ormond for the season,
GAULDEN, t Scrofula the Ormond. much to the pleasure of their many The
Host Seeds Absolutely Cholco .
friends. Miss Alice Brown and Miss I
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Mrs. Oeo. II. Notto and son and Mrs. .
Edith their nieces Necessary. Wines Liquors
Hathaway, accompany ,
David N. Haynes; Boston, are spending a a
WiD practIce In the all United the Courts States Courts.f of the. State Running Sore EyesAre several days at the Coquina before going them. and Cigars

Florida,and further south. Mrs. J. Dt. Chess, of South Bend, Ind., We cannot too strongly nor too often e Guaranteed Pure. '
.0.Boi,238' TTTUSVILLE, FLA. cored by who Is chapronlng the Misses Mary urge the supreme importance of planting
the old of the
Money to Loan. 18 BOTANIC BLOOD BALM (B. B. B. are Among Mr. and Mrs. John patrons Brlmchi Coquina ot New Boyle, Emily Hussy and Grace Chess, of seeds that are perfectly pure and fresh. t6 rWiY4, Sold at reduced
Louisville is Hotel Seeds that are offered at cheap
registered at Coqulna. prices prices
The York
Great Blood Remedy who will spend several w KS before
GOLDSMITH, going north. These charming young ladles are are almost Invariably of doubtful origin ImpnrtodTokny '
if enjoying their first seanson with society and uncertain ago, sure to cause the Wine,
blood Botanic Blood Halm (n. B. B.) In a powerful Mrs. S. V. White, wife of Deacon here and will stay several weeks before planter disappointment and loss. The

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW reel safety remedy by old and und jet young can ;be On taken account with of its White, of Brooklyn, N. Y., with her returning homo. thoughtful planter's only security lice In from Italy.

treat strength It cures when all else falls. Other sister, Mrs. B. B. Hamilton, are spendinga buying seeds sent out by a conscientious
remedies may act as a milil tonic or cover new month at the Ormond. Dr. and Mrs. James E. Baker, of Lancaster and trustworthy house. A vast numberof John B. Togni ,
itusvllle, Florida. skin over rottou flesh, but B. B. B. drives all }'I\., are enjoying the season at American have and have
the poison out ana hence the and gardeners ( Metropolitan Saloon, 12.1: East: Day St.,
nent. cures are perma Mrs. E. E. Garvin, Misses M. S. the Ormond, as heretofore. Some years had for years) the utmost confidence In

One to three bottles of B. B. B. will cure the Master R. B. Garvin, of New York, with ago they spent a season In Tltusvlllo, seeds that bear the name, D. M. Ferry & JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

n J. WEBB, worst kind of pimples on the fare. Miss 11 I. Numtns, of New York, are when the doctor and his part/ were capsized Co., Detroit, Mich.. The present generation Wholesale and He-lull...... ) t
One to three bottles of H. II.
I system of bolls and carbuncles B. will clear the pleasantly located at the Coquina. In the river while out sailing. Dr. of planters can hardly remember I

AT-LAW Two to three bottles of II. n. Baker lost his gun on that occasion. the time when Seeds
ATTORNEY- B. will cure the A 50horse'power Westinhouso engineand Fcuy's were npton Largost-- I

in the Courts of the 7th worst Three kind to six of humor bottles In of the B.mouth B. 11. and will cure stomach.the dynamo are now used at Hotel Or Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cooper, and Mrs. sale everywhere each year and as rogue Tho and Most Complete .'
Will practice
month] it with The larly planted by thousands-with the Establishment South. :
paid for non-residents worst case of erysipelas or eczema. to light electricity. Ogle, of Indianapolis and Mr and Mrs.
ircuit. Taxes collected. One to three bottles will cure all humor In dynamo room is well worth a visit. John Wiley, of Buffalo, N. Y., have greatest faith in the unvarying qualityof '
nd rents and accounts ,tbeejes. joined the numerous guests at the Or the the seeds and in the Integrity of GEO. S. HACKER & SON 1
Two bottles warranted and Miss
are to cure running of }Ir. and Mrs. Dwight Prouty 1I
the mond. Mr. American consul the firm that grow them. Every I
itiwville, Florida. ears and blotches among the hair. Alice also Miss Florence Prouty
,
Four to eight bottles are warranted to cure at Bordeaux, Franco, under the Cleveland whether already buyer of .1 i iI
corrupt and running u'cers.! win, of Boston, are a merry party now
administration( and has In or not should send for Ferry's Seed Annual r
property
,
One or two battles of B. U. II. will cure scaly stopping at the Ormond.
for 181)0.! It Is mailed free .
0. FRIES C. E. eruption the skin : Jacksonville and other places Florida. to anyone
,
J Two or three bottles of B. B. B. are warranted Dr. C. R. Holmes has returned to Or- who writes for it. I
to cure the worst case of ringworm. mond from his visit to the north, and Mrs. F. II. Osborn, of New York, Is .
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land Two to five bottles of B. B It. are warranted spending the winter at the Ormond, this
to cure the most desperate rheumatism. joined his family. He is accompaniedby MARCH WEATHER.
her fourth She old
and sub-divided. Three to six bottles of B. B. B. are warrantedto S. W. Trost and R. A. llplden, jr. being season. Is an
legally surveyed cure eczema. and popular guest of the Mount Pleasant !'

apping neatly done. Estimates for Five to eight; bottles of B. B. B. will cure the The Coquina is again headquarters for House, White Mountains. Mrs. OsbornIs The following data, covering a periodof i
worst case of scrofula. bridal couples, having at present Mr. accompanied by Mrs. II. V. of
Two to six bottles will cure cataarh. twenty-seven years, has been com 4
kinds of engineering works. Dis- and Mrs. A. B. Vanzwan, of Chicago; St. Johns, N. B., and both lades are
BLOOD POISON and and Mrs. Robert of piled from the records of the Weather 1
Mr. Mayers, amusing themselves by making a fine
ited lines a specialty.IUSVILLE .
For this monster of a disease In any form! Trenton, N. J. collection of butterflies.( Bureau in Jacksonville. The mean or '.

Brevard Co., FLORIDA. contracted ulcers or,inherited pimples,,sores let,2d in or mouth 3d stages or throat pro'duclng Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Currier; of Lynn, normal temperature has boon 02 degrees; 1J 1

skin hot, hair falls out, etc., B. H. B. cures the Mass., have gone on a trip to Nassau Brave Men Fall the warmest month was that of 1880, '"

never disease to and return.drives We the have poison o/er from 200 testimonials the system N. P. Miss Helen and Master Donaldremained Victims to stomach, liver and kidney with an average of 00 degrees, and the MANUFACTURERS OF a;
FORGE W. ALLEN, of cures by B. B. B. of lilood poison No one at Ormond during the absenceof
coldest March with
troubles well and all feel was 1880, an average
us as women,
J can deny this written signed testimony. One their parents. Doors Sash Blinds
man wrote us, "God bless you for so grand a the results In loss of appetite, poisons In of 67 degrees.! The highest temperature ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, remedy" Rev. J. '1'. Huntington, of Hartford, the blood, backache, nervousness, headache recorded was 88 degrees on March
West Florida. CANCER BLEEDING EATING SORES. Conn., and his son, Dr. Harwood Huntington and tired, listless, run-down feel- Moulding & Building Material. .,;
and the lowest .
7 Cancer of nose lip face ear or neck or breast ; of New YOlk, have just returned Ing. But there's no need .to fool like 20,182, was :27, on March !

Will practice in the United States external or Internal cancer, bleeding eating. home after delightful visit to the Or that. Listen to J. W. Gardner, Idavllle, 2, 181K). The average date on which the Office A Warerooms King, opposite "

nd State Courts. 9jun95: sores blood, are purifier all cured made.by B. B. B., the most powerful mond. Ind. lie says: "Electiio Bitters are 'just first killing frost has occurred In the Cannon Street.Charleston 1

SEND FOR FREE TRI'L nOTfLE. Mrs. II. O. Stone, one. of the leaders ofChicago's the thing/ for a man when he Is all run autumn has boon December 4, and the S. C.
down and don't whether he lives !
All sell B.B. B. in bottles suite of at care or ,
E. SMITH M. D. druggists! large at 400, has a rooms average date of the l last killing frost in
dies It did more to give me new strength
$1 bottle. Describe and
RALPH per your symptoms tho Ormond where she will remain until
Free medic Is sacredly advice will confidential.be !given. All correspondence the house closes., She Is a very charming and good appetite than anything I could the spring, was February 10th. Sash Weights Cord and :

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON) crrcleof friends take. I can now oat anything and havea The average precipitation for the ,
Address plainly BLOOD BALM CO., 1441 lady, and has a large .
"
1\Iltchellltreet, Atlanta Georgia and sample new lease on life. Only 60 cents at month has been 2.28 inches. The greatest Hardware.
pecialist> in Genital, Urinary an Rectal bottle of 13. B. B. will be sent you by return Mrs. F. II. Grlswald, of Auburn, N. F. S. Chalice's drug store. Every bottle.
mail. the season at the Or precipitation was 8.00 Inches, In '
Y., is spending guaranteed.
Diseases. mond. She Is a charming entertainer,' 1S03, and the least was 78 Inches 1802. Window and Fancy Glass

Located at Placide Hotel; and has a host of friends. As a performer The greatest amount of precipitation In A SPECIALTY. A
FKEK OF CIIAKG12. on the zither, she Is hard to beat. FLIES ON STOCK.
.CKSOXVILLE, FLORIDA. any twenty-four hours was :2.58 inches, )

Any adult suffering from a cold settled Mr. and Mrs. Jos. A. Tltcombe and on March 21 and 22, 1885.: The average )
Miss Tltcombe The season of annoying files Is DO YEARS'EXPERIENCE
estimable daughter uponus.
their ,
on the breast, bronchitis, throat or lung number of clear days has been 12; of
of Kennebunkport, Mo., will remain at If the stock own'er desires to know ,:
D,R. C. II. PEETK,' troubles of any nature, who will call at the Ormond for some time. Miss TIt- partly cloudy days, 12; and of cloudy ,
Chaffee's Titusville just how much files stock lot him
Fred S. drug store, annoy ,
and is The winds have
combe Is quite popular, n good days, 7. prevailing
EYE, EAR NOSE and THROAT. or J. P. Cooper's drug store, Cocoa, Fla., lie down to take a noonday nap In a room
will be presented with a sample bottle of golf player. been from the southwest'and the high
from which files are not excluded or
Bosche ,'s German Syrup, free of charge. Mr. and :Mrs. C. M. Merrick, Miss est velocity was 68 miles from that direction -
5G8
Cherry Street, bottle and l\abeIMerrlck\ of New which Is not darkened lie would get a
Only one given to one person, Menick and Miss on March 2, 1872.

Macon, Ga.'vVM. none to children without order from Brighton, Pa.'still remain at the 0"". realizing sense of what the annoyance is. ..,. TRADE MARK

parents. mond. Mr. Menick Is the "boss" fisherman Stock cannot prosper when thdy have to DESIGNS
No throat or lung remedy ever had at the hotel, and has made some WUAT PKOPI.K SAY about Hood's Sarsaparilla .1 i
much In tiles; CoPYRIGHTs Ac.
expend so energy fighting
Is that it when all other
McL. such a sale as Hoschee's German SyrupIn tine catches of fish this season. cures sending' sketch and Inn msranloklf
DANCY D. D. L. Anyone
There Is need of permitting stock to remedies fall. Therefore 'olilhould take .. d..orlld" ,
all parts of the civilized world. Twen- no ) .. .rtnlll our upliilun free( UIIr an
Saturday night's german was one of Hood's Sarsaparllla In preference to all ""..."lInn I* probnlilr J>>}l ntabl roiiimiinlrn. a
suffer In this when cent'sworth
ty years ago millions of bottles were manner, a tlon si rlotly confidential. Hand book on I'aUnt h
Graduate of Philadelphia College of and druggists will tell the grand events of the season, and Sun- others. lent f ren. Oldest siifliiojr' fur.eourugputent..
given away, your birthday (coaching) party was a day of."Shoo-Fly" will prevent.If I'atnnt taken through )Munn A to.; receive
big 'ood'll'l11s biliousness. Mailedfor
day's }
'urgeon, class 1872. Perfect operations you its success was marvelous. It Is cure tpttlal nutlet, without olmriie' In the i
another. Mrs. Holmes will coincide withus one cannot get this he can certainly 25c by C I Hood & Co., Lowell)), Mass.
and
the throat lung remedy
promised. Hazeltine Block, corner Bay really endorsed only One on the latter event, although she did place his stock In a darkened stable Scientific Jlm rltal1. ,J
generally by physicians.
and Laura JACKSONVILLE, FLA.firginia 75: cent bottle will cure or prove Its value. much to help along the former.An through the heat of the day, when tiles HINTS FOR HOUSEWIVES. handsomelr Illustrated t weekly. )..rn.t

Sold by dealers: in civilized countries. ADVOCATE representative 'on his bother most, and turn them out to graze ,- euUtlnti i ri four tlf months any .nlelltl,|L Sold n jnurna by all' Tornis.* C."I

arrival, on Saturday, found Hotel Or. M O.DC
nights and mornings. Stock will not New
O,381Br0idwr'liraoob
mond packed from basement to roof It sometimes happens that a careless a
VERY NUTRITIOUS.Is Ufllce. J26 r BU WMblomon, I).
much
FISH when files bite unless
theyare
with guests, and many tourists were unable graze painter daubs the glass of the window at ,

Homes to gain admission to this popular very hungry. Let one reflect that which ho is working. It is quite dlfll-
fish a good article of food ? With which Is as heretofore under the
resort, switch of an animal's tall requires
every
cult to these and AND
athritlc in remove spots, ordinary COTTON ,
and ,
the eczematous persons
und that it takes food to make
energy, and water make
no impression.
soap .
whose case it often brings on nettle rash, .
You energy, so when an animal switches con While the Is still fresh
learn all about Virginia Lands, affirmative. paint turpentinewill
one may boldly reply in tinually the value of a large amount of <
its NCURABLE take It off vinegar
resources, products mode of cultivation readily, or boiling LINEN NETTING ,
This, at any rate, appears to bo the opin food is wasted, and worse than wasted. if hot When s. .
prices etc. reading the applied enough. every.
by
Parisians' who annually
of consume
ion In driving to town I a corner of a PP
pass
else falls the sometimes
Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. thing spots yieldto '
fish DISEASES
( ) kilogrammes of fresh ,
28,000,000 lake where the water In shallow. A .
for 3 months to the oxalic( acid In strong solution, or to
subscription
without reckoning 8,000,000( or 11,000,000kllogrammt's large pasture field Is bounded on one ,
Farmer an application of almost lye. The ."
Co. Va. diseases considered in pure
Emporia, of mussels, oysters and Many -i
side by the lake. Many town cows are >
curableare catarrh last two remedies need caution. Oxalic 1 y,

other shell fish. under other names pastured there, and from about 10 to 3 acid Is a violent poison and can bo taken FISHING TACKLE )

M. Balland, a distinguished chemist, I, Simple catarrh in o'clock cows wade out In the water "bel in through cracks. In the lingers, and ,.

(Fc'' In a note on the composition of a large ute head is called ly deep," to keep the files off their legs( strong lye destroys the skin of the )lands Superior quality( Linen CHI Netting

iig ... number of fish, has lately justified his Incurable. Consumption and remain there all that time In the Either of them should be put on with a made from Knox's Scotch! thread. :

V opinion by showing that fish is particu r/ ,11 ,\\I\\ is catarrh broiling sun if the day be hot. Flies are brush. Samples and estimates cheerfully furnished. '' !

1 1 D'dl' larly rich in azote and in fat. ''Yit\\\\\'i.1\\\ ; \ of the kept oft their heads and backs by deftly Two ounces of spirits of camphor, two Corks, Leads, Lines, etc. r
the analysis made by M. > \ lungs, and its
to
1832. According \'t victim Is firting water on them with their tails. ounces of ammonia a cup and a half of J. B, JOHNSON A CO.,
Balland, the proportion of water Is very : no The can and should be
doubtpalthelpIn fly annoyance Ilea salt and two cups of alcohol from a Manufacturers,

COTTON VmSOFT variable, and ranges from Instance the shad, the fresh >'
For ,
/ stages; the body when one is fatigued.
SEINE TWINES. water eel, the mackerel and the salmon, V but great numbers n."aua ]'!.. sponge Pour these Ingredients Into a quart bottle INDIAN RIVER STEAMERS. :<,

A which have from 15 to 20 per cent of fat of people die of consumption ':
PERFECT TWINE and fill It with boiling water. This
_STURGEON when fresh, have SO to 74 per cent when needlessly It Is certain that every Line a deep earthenware fire dish with sedative Is exceedingly soothing and In Effect TU"Feb.. 14, 18UO.OUTII .

CABLE CORDS AND MACRAMi.t dried. phase of catarrh, Including many cues the very best puff pastry. l<'Ul. ft with restful and soon Induces refreshing sleepIf IIOI1J1I1. :,J

EMORY JOHNSON, ow... r as*.. Mao On the other hand, fish containing the of consumption, are cured by the right sliced bananas, sugar and orange juice. Leave Tltmvllle. dally, except Sundayand ",I
the Immediately lies down. Wednesday ..... 4:00: p.m.
Ilartman'i person
MOODUS CONN. least fat are the richest azote. The pike, treatment. I'e-ru-na, Dr, Sift a dessertspoonful of corn-starch over Arrive ItuoklwlKe: dally, except Sunday 'J,
prescription, attacks catarrhal To prevent the wick of a candle from and Wednesday ... .. O::30 p.m.,
the cod great lattice the
the sole the whiting, the top ana cover with a of
dab except 0
-- the scientifically and cures them.Dr mouldering, bold It higher than the Leave Tltuavlile. dally, Sunday
diseases '
which have in Bake half ami Wednesday 4:00: p.m.
the crust cut strips.
and perch narrow
tench ,
the Hartman xplalns It fully in his I mouth when blowing it out, and blow Arrive Jensen ", except Monday
only from 8 to 10 per cent of fat when books which are mailed on application.I an hour In a brisk oven. When of alight upward. If lamp wicks are soaked Leave and Tttuirllle Thursday\ Monday' .,Tuesday and.. 19:00: am.

fresh, contain 93 per cent of azotic mat- Here is a letter from Mrs. Harmenlng, brown, spread a meringue over the thoroughly In vinegar before being used Friday ........ 11110: I'.m"

i A big yield of' bothprot ter when dried. These fish contain as Maio Mauls, Wis., who Is one of many top, made of well beaten whites of eggs, they will not smoke. Arrive 1'altn Reselt followlnu day ...II :a JO p.m..

and satisfaction much azote as butcher's meat. cured of consumption by Ps-ru-na. with sifted sugar and orange juice. Re To powder parley, dip the bunch KOBTH lI l11t1. 1I

will result if molluscs contain less She : turn to the oven stew minutes to brown..1I..t.rr Leave Palm Reach )Mondat, Wedne.Arrive .- 1
you plant I Crustacea and saysPe.ru quickly Into boiling water to make it a 'fa y and Thursday, .... .. ...... .. 1:00: ..m. ,
Midicint Co., Columlut, 0. .. ..
fish. Tltuivllle following daY HfcM p.m.

!1iY$ Sced9] I azote In short than, fish are very nutritious for DEAR BIBS:_"I cannot praise your oven brilliant for green a few,minutes then, put to It dry Into thorough a hot Leave and Jensen Saturday dally, .,..except...Thursday....". 100. p.m. ?

be too highly recom remedy too highly. Lat winter I bad new.rd.. ly. Break Into tine flakes. Arrive Tltunvllle,d4llyexcept nayand t
I food, and cannot la grippe and hemorrhage of the lung ... .Iond.,., ...... ... .. .13.30 I'.m.
They er 1way. the beet. mended. They constitute an almost In- doctors around hero England rewards her groat captains -- -- -- Leave KuckledKe daily) ,except "
All the
Du out accept wt.e{. of followed. General Sir Herbert Kitchener and Wednesday. .. ... ....'Sunday. ... 1:00: a.m.. t
tut.buy nose hat hrry4. exhaustible food resource by reason told me I had to die of consumption.Then royally. Palmetto Drug Store, Daytoua. Arrive 'Tltusvtlle dally, except Sunday -
Mold Ww ee by as d.alerf. Write rut the Immense variety of the edible I thought I would ask Dr. Hartman is to be given grant of $130,000, and and Wednesday. . ........U JO p.m.

DN.FE9YAoQetolt.ukbCOpatlpation Bleed 4annW-free, species. for advice, which 1 did. lIe pre-- will be made a viscount a* *. preliminary Drags, medicines, chemicals, fine toilet II. UlLLABD, )('11'1'.. T. T. RIUE: Act., l
for and I took it Bt.Augustine, Via. I'alm lieaoh, Fit.. {
inspected of being scribed Pe-ru-na me to elevating him to the peerage. soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and CII.U.V4 VIO. Oen. Agt.,
Many a man U according to bU directions and was when be will later take the title of fancy toilet articles In great variety. TttuaTllI .Fl.. '

cruel, when his wife's pained expression cured. I advise everybody that is Lord Kitchener of Khartum. Too bad M. HUSTON, prop .
disease to take Dr.
== ""- Is due to tight shoes. troubled Jlartman'with treatment lung I am sure they be"baui't ft. more picturesque. name togo ,- Subscriber, your attention U drawnto

Some scientist assert that the purest will not regret it If they do. I am now with bit honors. Cut, as the divine To restore the clear skin, the bright the naue-and-date slip pasted upon

of the bowels may be cities Is found about twenty-five enjoying good health, and can thank William one aptly remarked "Wbat'i eye, the alert gait and sound health, use your paper or wrapper If jou; are la t

uUy 1111 :QredLIby a Medicine few dOles of Dr. !f. A air feet In above the street surface. Pe-ru-na for it." in a aam.P"-Bo.ton Herald. Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine. arrears, please remit. 1 at









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1 -$ INDIAN RIVER ADYOCATE. 4'- meat lie furnishes seed and money the western managers of that noted 'tea I Hilt, was over calling on P. W. Roberts,

to help out the farmers, and he and coffee firm, Chase & Sanborn, Bos- Sunday.Mrs. Indian River Real Estate
ion Mans. From noon Messrs. Mose : Ageocv
dives down deep into his pocket i in ley,and Bisbee Intend to be regular winter II. Roberts, of Mime, was spending

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It." lit LT JOURNAL DKVOTKD TO TRB DCYXtOPMKMT few with her son P. W. Roberts .
days
a ,
V thousands of of whichare
charity
OF TUB INDIAN\ RIVER, LA KB cases visitors to this beautiful part of of Col. estate
WORTH AND B180AVNK BAT SICTIOH1. never heard of. Some remark Florida. Mr. Motieley has already leased here., manager Degrauw's I TITUSVILLE FLA. i

that "Mr. Flagler has done me no I furnished house at Rockledge, and bus ,
'w PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. But he become a subscriber to the popular pink Mrs F. Lohmsn. of St. Louis, Mo.,,
t. good. Probably to. can paper-the ADVOCATE. This gentleman who has been spending the winter with i YOU would do well 'If you,have property to sell and want It advertised
r not help everybody. "The Lord Intends shortly to bring his family here Mis. Wilkinson, to leave Monday In ti
expects 1
paper, free of cost to you, and put in the hands of live men, to write
,j OXABLBS H. WALTOH, Editor & Proprietor. helps those wh-i, help themselves," Col. Geo. A. Cantlne and wifeof New next for her.home. this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public.at once to

and those who sit around in these burgh, N.; Y., are guests of the New Col. Dcgrauw's estate has an addition Jty- Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency. Why
DUcontlnuftnce of dvtn, mo t.be made pel- days, waiting for something "to Rockledge: hotel, Rockledge. This pleasant now In the shape of a 6 -foot air-motor, yours.. not!

.I,' tonally at this office or by writing.Address turn up," will be sadly in the rear. couple are on a tour of the East wind mill. From the top platform make. PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10.00.
Some people think that the Coast and are making lots of friends I. a good view for miles around., ORANGE I and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.00 per acre.
I'', all communications to may wherever they go. Colonel and Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson carried jolly Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter milt river, front; one mile north of
Mr. a
.> INDIAN roVER ADVOCATE, ADVOCATE is supported by corpora Cantlne, before leaving for Palm Beach to Oak 1ii11sunday, in his fine Gallle'; first-clas8 for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price, '1,000. lau
TiTtisviLLE, FLORIDA. tions. Why the superintendent of and Miami, became subscribers for that large party sail-boat. All reported a splendidtrip ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, M miles south of Titusville wm pay $1,000 th4
the F. E. C. Hotel System did note popular paper the ADVOCATE, as they and a vote of thanks to the skipper. year and $2,000 next. Price, 97,000.
. intend to visit this genial part'of UncleSam' TltusvMIe from $5: to
HAMMOCK LANDS $25
near per acre.
Check,etc.,may be made payable to CnAaLt [ support the pink paper to the ex-
dominion every winter. One hundred and lake front 2f miles of
sixty acres, west Titusville
l WALTON' ,publisher and proprietor tent of fifty cents this season, but good for
and Price $550.00.
Among visitors just now the fishermenseem pineapples, vegetables oranges. ,
that does not detract from the fact Courtenay.
to predominate, and scarcely a day
U. S. Department of Agriculture that Mr. wok has
Flagler's great -
passes but that some one comes in successful
Weather Bureau Jupiter, Fla. been a benefit to the East Coast-, and triumphant. Henry Bradley J. II. Sams is inspecting schools down ::r ::EJ; :e. :SO-cr: S.

more especially Dade county. and David Proskey, who are among the the river this week.J. ,

The following is a comparative state Those who enjoy and are eternally arrivals at the Inoian River, have already N.,Waller, of Ankona, spent a few '
demonstrated their skill
of and rainfall for the I by catching a Grain Feed Flonr Grits Meal
ment temperature 14 1899.i complaining about millionaires, string of 72 bass, trout,crevalle and bluefish days here last week. Hay acid
;, week ending Tuesday, Mar ,
-1890- -1898- and Impeaching taxpaying hon. weighing 885 pounds, the largest 'F. L. Whitlock left for Atlanta, Ga.,
DATE. MAX. MIK. MAX. MIN esty of the capital brought into catch made this season. The next largest last Friday, where he has accepted a position. Cotton Seed Meal New Garden Seed
arriving
69 catch was made by a party from the Fresh
8 66! 43 73 this state, will probably be surprised
Plaza, consisting of F. J. Simmons, of
0 70 54 74 60 at the large amount of taxes Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. Conkling, Mr. F. P. Harper and Farmer Symmes have

,. 11 10 75 74 65 55 74 73 60 69 Mr. Flagler pays into the treasuries Montfort. Cincinnati; Mr. 'and Mrs. J. planted a large crop of Indian corn. all the time.

of the various counties alongthe N. Griffith, New York: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. S. Sams and family spent last Sun-
77 OPCO
67
12 78 L. and Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to
Fyffe Chicago Mr.
; Harry Ott day with relatl.velln Indianola. man or
70 74 East Coast of Florida which
13 73 of Wheeling, West Va. They 'caught beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotation,
14 78 72 73. 64 for the benefit of the ADVOCATEs sixty-three trout, crevalle and blue fish, Miss Stella Harper returned from her Lowest cash prices.

Total rainfall for the week: .03 readers, we have taken the troubleto and the spring weighed 300 pounds. The visit to Banyan last Thursday. Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Departure from normal rainfall for the ascertain from the records. The largest trout of the season was caught J. R. Bagan and 8. J. W. Scott, ofBanyanare
week: plus 0.46 Inches. Departure by G. H. Newman, of Pittsfield, Mass. spending a few days here.
from normal rainfall since January 1, following figures are public prop. a guest of the New Rockledge hotel, andIt
plus 2.65; inches.i erty, and accessible to any person weighed fourteen and a half pounds. Everybody is Invited to attend the anneal CHAS. N. WELSHANS

)i J. W. CRONK, Observer. who may feel inclined to look This was perhaps as large a trout as has March picnic at. Indianola next ,
.
them up, to prove whether Mr. ever been caught at Rockledge. Judge: Friday, the 24th.
Greenleaf Long, from the New Rock- .Chn T. Harper and Lawrence Allen
Flagler is to the East
THE situation at Manilla is rap. any good ledge, caught a channel bass, of whichhe attended the Indianola social club meet CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
Coast. The statement shows the
is proud. It weighed fifteen ,
', idly summed in numberless very ing last Monday: night. ,
\ up state, county, city and town taxes pounds, and proved quite a handful be- ,
; troops, futile skirmishes and un Mrs. R. S. S. Grant, Mrs. J. R. Field,
fore the It landed.
for 1897, paid by the Florida East Judge got safely HAIR AND LATH.
## ##
W' ; subdued Filipinos. How long will J. E. Field, Willie Norwood and T. S. ,
it last? Coast Railway and Mr. Flagler'svarious Sanders, all of Indianola, were calling

I other interests: Eldora.Mr. here last Sunday.Mrs. ,State AgentL. & M. Paints and Oils.
>: pun I county. . : $ 7,533.47'St. Booth .
12 C. L. Hill and sister, Mrs. ,
THE canned beef excursion, that Johns county. . 29,652.77 of Indianola, were calling on our merchant Old. 'Phone 8. jut} 13 Hogan Street,

t, is, the trip of the board of inquiry Clay county u. 23.95 J. P. Wilkinson paid Hawk's Parka last Saturday. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. '
V; the houses of the west
to packing '
. Putnam county. . 2,278.25 visit Saturday.
;t' will no doubt prove a pleasant'relief Volusia county. . 9,601)0 i The late freeze did very little damage
from the examination of wit Wanted,
Fa. Brevard county . 12,851.09 here except to very tender fruits and A FAMILY JAUNT

A nesses. Dade county. . 17,310.12Total. vegetables.. For the summer months, situation as -Z.oo v't
Our people are again enjoying a tri caretaker of hotel or private property. In one of our canopy top phaetons or Bur

,4 As THE time draws near for the . . .'. . $79,256.15 weekly mall, Mr. S. P. Welsh beingfost- Understands lawns, flowers, shrubs, etc. reys without can be enjoyed for any length of time
weariness. You
r. assembling of the state legislature, master. Address, R. B.,' can get more
Merritt,'FIll., : solid comfort in one than in any other vet -
4''': the race for United States senator /E. G. Day and II. J. Magruder} of Oak '" hicle on the market. For the horseman

" waxes warm. To a disinterested Rockledge. a that loves speed, a runabout or as light as
spectator it looks as if the winner can be constructed, well-made and strong,

if;V will be either Pasco or Tolllaferro, 1899 W ll 1899 a he will find here at bed-rock prices.

1 r- V with the odds in favor of the latter. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Smith, prominent Papers p P. E. McMURRAY & BAKER,
.,i people of Enon, Pa., will soon visit; the y
;" Plaza. Main & Church Sts.,
I't',' land Manufacturers Agent. Samples ,Now Ready,
: THE United States office tit t Mr. and )Ir8. J. Osterley and brother, JACKSONVILLE, FLA
"j' Gainesville has revised the list of of Philadelphia, were In town Wednesday r

,A lands open to homestead entry Inf' looking over their property.Dr. i Rangpur Carpet. Ajute Carpet in 'matting -.r.- .... State Agents for Sterling Bicycles.
-LeK
; Florida, showing a total of 1,592- E. Van Slyke and wife, and Thou,.
,: '.. V 793 acres still accessible to home- S. Shortland and wife, of New York, are patterns. Moth proof and cheap. .

ZV seekers. A large per cent of these prominent guests at Hotel Indian River

; lands are located along' the East Quite a swell progressive euchre party ,FURNITURE STORE, The Belvedere Opposite Postoffice

' t Coast and are very desirable, being was recently given at the Plaza. There TITUSVILLE FLA .

:" adapted to the culture of all were fourteen tables, and twelve prizes
tr' tropical fruits and vegetables. In were awarded. Imported and Domestic

}x t: 'Brevard alone is 1,478 acres, -vhile Mr. and Mrs. Chas. II. Fletcher and ESTABLISHED 1852.

;'t I Dade county: has 55,140. It is also their charming' daughter, of Brooklyn, @P' Oldest Fruit and Produce Commission House in Chicago. @ WINES LIQUORS and CIGARS
' N. Y., have arrived at the Indian River
, 1" stated that the state will soon 'rg- hotel. This
jovial party are delightedwith ,
/. j, ceive patents for the everglades Rockledge.
RANDALL & 00.
:= and other, unsurveyed lands, all the Another delightful heart party was T. D. Wine Rooms for gentlemen only. Merchants Lunch Room, 12 t6 2:30::! p. m

P' work necessary for settlement hayIng given at the New Rockledge recently 25cts. Steaks, chops, game and oysters in season served after 12 noon.

<: been completed. Every in. at which Manager Perkins distinguished coMM:rssro ; II. W. METCALF,
!' ducement is offered by this section himself by securing the gentle Fla.
' ;" man's Jacksonville,
,,1'i.O of Florida to the homeseeker of the "booby" prize.
north and west. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Laughlin, of Canton Early Vegetables, Melons, Fruits, and Southern Produce,
t' 0., who have been sojourning for
&" ome time at the Plaza, have been joined Pl.D.oapp1cs: a Spoo1.a11y.; CHESEBRO
BROTHERS
t}t THE appropriations made by the by Miss Van Fossen, a cousin of Mrs. Give as reference: )(The Merchants' National Bank of Chicago; Southern Express ;\
(4 Fifty-fifth Congress, amount in the aughlln, who will spend the remainder Co.; Florida shippers. on application. Also state remittances made in New

't'\ aggregate to the stupendous total of the season here. York Exchange, or express money orders on which there is no exchange. WHOLESALE _

;'l' : of $1,506,890,010!) ( of which $182,- Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Merwin enter-

ih, .' '562,083 is for war expenses, director tained liver hotel a party last at evening.dinner ut In the the Indian party C QMMISSON FISH DEALERS

' incidental. This is a sum fur were Mrs. Gillette, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. 1898-99. ,
,.c in excess of all previous records. Merwin,"W II. Merwin and Miss Harriet THE 'MAPES'Season

,;('}, Deducting the war expenditures, iYndsworth. -; been the StanMANURES. No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New York.
;' the remainder still exceeds by $39- One of our most interesting sights now -
747,000 the record of the FIfty. Is II. J. Smith's orange grove in South dard Fertilizers for 20 SPECIALTIESSpanlsh Mackerel, Sheephead Pompano, Bluefish, Red
tl
: fourth Congress, which was never ockledge. Fires were kept up in this years in Florida. :Snappers, Kingfish, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvasback Ducks.
grove; during the cold nights, and consequently -
\4, noted for parsimony. These factsl the trees are as fresh and greens ; Stencils promptly supplied. References furnished If desired.
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:l and figures are dismissed bythe ever, and are laden with bloom.J. .

:f; republican leaders in Congress and Wesley Bowen, of Philadelphia, has CLAREXCE B. MILLEU. MILLER LONGBOTIUM
+', by the republican press aa quite Joined Messrs. Griffitband Prince, at the > Established 1 41.S. .

,[ the proper and natural thing; itV' New Rockledge;: and any day. the trio L .

: 'f remains to be seen how they will can be seen with rod and reel. Theyare Fertilizers, Are as good as MaP8- B.
very skillful.with the rod, and Invariably My V MILLER & CO.
: strike
the
, tax-payers. Manifestly, return from their day's sportwith .
ji' there has been no retrenchment in a fine catch., They all qUOte MapeS As the Standard of Excellence ,

, ordinary expenditures during the A Interesting billiard contest WHOLESALE _
very recently -
r The the
11 war, whose conduct imposed heavy took place at the Indian River hotel Mapes put money in the pockets of the. growers. COMMISSION

,t extraordinary burdens the between Edwin Rice and Capt. Fred \FISH DEALERS,
upon Vegetables Strawberries and
Alexander. After brilliant Orange;: other Fruit Trees.
a gather

people. very No. 7 Fulton Fish Market New York.
Capt. Alexander succeeded in making
of 40 thus Pineapples, Bananas Tobacco, etc. -
a run points, winning the v
game, the score standing 100 to 08. Special the sale of Pompano, Spanish
HONOR TO WHOM HONOR IS What yOU Want Are Results, Results, Results, Results. I have been Mackerel, Blue Fish, etc.
A the New
very prominent party at
I DUE. Rockledge consists of Mr. and Mrs. the Mapes Agent in Florida) over Twenty Years. REFERENCES-Fulton and Market National Bank, or any Wholesale Fish dealer
Charles Miss MoMlllin\ in the United States.
Klinger, Daphne ,
'e Bedford, 0.; II. E. McMlllin and wife, I I have SOld Millions of Dollars worth of their goods to Thousands of ftgy Stencils furnished on application.

| We have on several occasions Cleveland; and Mrs. E. Haruett, Color. Consumers all over the State. Of all these thousands not one single con -

,;, received sotae uncalled-for ado Springs, Colo. Mr. Kllnger is the sumer has found fault with the Quality of these Goods.
very president of the Marble & Shattuck HAMMOND PACKING
;" communications disparaging Mr. Chair Co., of Bedford, O. The best yields. The best keeping qualities.The GO.:
S': Henry 1\1. Flogler and his ( G. H. Hammond Co.)
great Mr and Mr. J. L. Bellls\ of Berlin
: most reliable in drouths. SPECIALTIESThe
f' work along the East: Coast. The Wls., are still sojourning at the Plaza OUR :
,
writers of these articles hotel, This the best prices mall the markets.Read
evidently Rockledge jolly couple are j Always "Coin hams
I' do not stop to think over the many regular winter visitors\ at this pleasant !! Special" and breakfast bacon

benefits some of our East; Coast hotel, and speak very highly of It. The the following. It covers all these points : "Coin Special" canned meats.

:\ towns have derived from the magic Indian River people are always glad to "OBANGE PARK "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.
greet such visitors as Mr and Mrs. FLA., August 27th, 1898.
, band of Mr. Flagler. They Io not Bellls "MR. J. R. TYSEN, Agent Mapes Co., Jacksonville, Fla: "Calumet" leaf lard.

consider what would be the condl. Another correspondent, writing the "Dear Sir:-I have been raising vegetables for the Jacksonville market many Homemade pure lard.
tion of mankind if there were no APVOCATK from Rockledge,says:Messrs. years with Indifferent success You have often tried to Induce me to use "Peerless"
rich people in the world. Wealthis D. of Paterson, N. J., and Mapes Manures, but I could never bring myself to it, as I always thought they compound lard, sausages
the principal factor in maintain Henry Bradley, of Potomac, Md., were cost too much. This year I concluded to use them and it has been a lesson to nall Packing House Products Florida Branch; JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
out last and I had most excellent notwithstanding the drouth
fishing Wednesday, caught me. crops and my stuff
ing all our noble charities and In- trout, weighing 120-lbs., the has always sold at once at the highest market price. I was especially fortunate -:::::

I stitutlons-thus giving employ- heaviest weighing fj-lb, They went on watermelons. My crop was all large and choice. Customers were wait WILLIAM
l bent to millions of people. What out again on Friday, catching thirty. ing for me every trip to the city, and I realized more than twice the prices my CLARKE, Sanitary Plumber,
, in It that furnishes our commercial two, weighing 125-lbs.: Including one neighbors did, and always sold my boatload at once. I got twelve to eighteen -
- channel bass, 12Hbs.\ against tho. Plaza cents for mine when the slip was full of boatloads offering them at from five to
banking, transportation and other party of seven lines, catching sixty-two. ten cents, and I am sure I shall profit hereafter by my experience this year. I Fine .Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter Roofing Sheet
facilities, but wealth ; and what We are having grand sport at Rock- had splendid success, also, with Irish potatoes ,

would the world be without! it? ledge. "Very Truly Yours, J. L. MOORE." Iron work, pumps and drain pipe bath tubs water closetS -

: Mr. Flagler has spent something Messrs- Carleton Moseley: and J. D. B3T Write to me for Pamphlets with,full particulars, price, analysis, and tes- ,

';. like $30,000,000 in Florida; and it BUbee, of Highland Park, 111., are rnak- t ImonlaU that will interest you. A full stock always on hand. and Wash Stands Copper lessels of all re-tinned'>
Ing a tour of the south and at descriptions
? will be years before he will realize are present r. :E1.. TYSJDN Agent
located at that popular hotel The ,
f a per centage on his vast invest. Plaza, Rockledge. These gentlemen arewr' :r acksonvj,1c, :I1'1a.If' 37 Forsyth St., near Laura St.,
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RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 17, 1899. G.
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hunt to the Sebastian river and -
back.
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vie d at lho : oUi IIc'hool' CaptAJohn .FERTILIZER I S. "

Houston
visit paid Bovine n pleasant little
on
RoVAL Monday. .

The birthday party on Friday, givensoyn
MS Mrs. ethel Stewart, for their
;

Baking Powder friends m from, was Eau quite Oallic\a and'success.Pineda 1 Many were 4..1' SPECIAL PRICES '

present. Dancing was enjoyed by all. 0)TQ .

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Made from pure Tibbals. i "

cream of tartar. N )
..Pinea.pple Judge J. D. Van Deman, of Delaware .
,
the food Ohio, was a pleasant caller lu this place'

Safeguards last week. The judge has many friends :: .4.11 Arou.n.d. For'tl.11.mor: ,
here .
and is always fiI.-
a welcome
against alum. :: E. B. Veronee visitor. : Price $25.00. tr: Before buying the following Materials IMS sure and apply to .
one of our prominent (
pineapple growers, left.for Palm Beach, hiH ; GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money. k

}Ju1J1 Win2 ptwdas! are the greatest different Monday, on a trip of Inspection of the Molotnre.................................... ................... .......... ...... 8 to 10 STEAMED BONE UA'V BONE r:
to'LWth of the present day. pineapple sheds with a view to hiH Ammonia. ....... .....................nw..u......,.. .;.. ......u..,........ 6 to S ,, ,.
IDS covering his pines with the most success- Equal to Sulphate of Ammonia................................................. 80 to 35 BLOOD AND BONE ACID PHOSPHATE ','
f ul style of cover. : Availablel'bos ............ ....................................t.... S to 6 .
,oy4 aNINO POWOI"00. Ion- Equal to Hone Phosphate of ................................... 11 to 13 DISSOLVED BONE NITRATE OF
Mr. Walter Stokes of : rotaxhK2O. .... ............................;................ 8 to 6 SODA,
-- who has Robe Sound ; Equalto8ul heteofPotseh::.............. .... ................,....... .... 91010 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS
,.- been spending; some time In St' Magnesiat\ ( neoatsetc..u'u................................u..n.\ .. I 991080r" E-I
last Augustine, passed: through this place Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,
Miami. Sunday riding a very fin, horse %
which he Is taking to his home Mr. f COTTON SEED IllfLL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES. 4
Stokes was invited to dine with Mr.: liarns By Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0

Boteli Royal Palm, Miami and Cono11y H ; prices. ,y j
favored by a large; increase of
been Will W. Luce and
Sam F. Webb left
jrisU this past two or three weeks. here Sunday night; for Nassau, N. P., Please Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Douloi's. Send for !

Hiaml Is already one of the most pop. where they are both engaged to work on f1 !
'a resorts on the East Coast, and it is Mr. Flagler's new hotel. They are both hi Pamphlet.
dent that the magnificent Royal Palm shrewd and energetic young,: men and
ill Dot accommodate half the tourists they take with them the good wishes of LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE :

,at will visit this popular resort next their many friends. ,, fIt.

llMD. Miss S. P. Tibbals, of New York who .
:J'acksoi.ville
The presence of Sir Gilbert H. Carter, has been spending; the winter In St.. Augustine : Florida.: : .'

M. J. C., and Sir Roderick Cameron, ; came down here last week for a -
M. J. C., and his two lovely daugh- few days, looking over the elegant plan- -

"-,at the Royal Palm created quite an tation at this place. Miss Tibbals was White City. weather at present. \ Fancy Pineapple Slips and Suck- '; .
Melbourne.
itcreit. The Americans were anxious the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James An- number
Quito a of our citizens are '
going
)become acquainted with English; no- drews, while here, and expressed herselfas ; Into the chicken business as a side era for Sale
and they were the center of at- being much pleased with the of the colony -
:lity manage- C. II. Rooks, manager .3UODE A: OOODE.-Real Estate and Loan Issue.
iction. ment of property by Mr. Andrews.At received a carload of seed cane from J, Apent for ..Wtna London and Liverpool and\ Abbnkas, and
ofe this E. Ingraham and Geo. F. Miles. Olobe and Imperial Fire Insurance Racial The fishing Is very good hero at pres Porto Rico Smooth Cayenne ntitilwtl
Mr. KW. Parsons, superintendent writing our pineapple growersare attention paid to the Interest of non rent-{ ent. Our fishermen are making some
East Coast Steamship Lines, and much elated over the present pros- It. C. Miles, of New York: representing .. excellent catches. Spanish. Apply to r
ecood vice-president of the East Coast I Iail pects of our crop of pineapples for this the commission house of G. FurmanA MADOOCK MATTHAM, "
a luncheon recently that season, as it is much beyond their ex in White We are sorry to chronicle the death of "Pn'.m'! Beach Pinery,
Is few
Co.
: way, gave I' spending a days WHEN YOU GO TO MELBOURNE: call at the
lipsed anything yet attempted here. pectation. Every week the per centage Bazaar, Mm. Chat J. F. Campbell Co., Millinery Mrs. K. H. Raulerson's Infant baby. The West Palm Beach, Flw.
here were present Sir Gilbert Carter, of blooms increase, which is due to the City.A Notions Dry Goods Ladle' .readymade .. bereaved parents have ,our heartfelt .
rtvernorof: the Bahamas; Sir Roderick drouth last summer that caused a large number of orange,: and grapefruittrees month Corsets and woven etc.,embroidery Underwear and Ferris'colored Renowned illki sympathy
has of the cent of the suckers to be late in have been planted the last souvenir .
ameron, who charge great per maturing for spoons Stationery eta. Quite a number of tourists are registered -
Line New York his and are now fast to the and more land is being prepared .
Packet
ustralian ; coming at the hotel. They are all very
lovely and attractive daughters, Miss front, but of course will give us a later groves. HOTEL RIVERSIDE MELBOURNE FLA., thusiastic over the fishing at the enTRY BOG DEATH I:
aisle and Miss Kittle Cameron, Miss crop than usual. Those of our pineapple Vegetables are looking; fine, and the overlooking Indian River: homelike RCOOPI. : River Inlet.
Parsons, the charming daughter,: of R. growers who are of the opinion that effects of the cold snap of February have modatlon and (rood: board. Rated |l-ftO per.
Parsons, and his niece, Mrs. Russell; keeping fires In our pine fields duringthe disappeared. Beans are quoted in the day or f 0.00 to $7.00 per week according. : to Quite a number of the pines In this
location of room. ctrl rate to River ON GROWING
Ir Wood, of New York, and the lIon. extreme cold weather, would do no New York market at $10 to $12 per people. CHAS.1 l' T.McllRIliE, section have bloomed out since tint A
eorge W. Allen, collector of customs, good if not shedded, can be convtned to crate, and the growers are again smiling. Itpprtetor. freeze, but It Is hard to toll yet what VEGETATION"

q West. The distinguished party also the contrary, as I am informed, by visit Commissioner J. N. Waller has size apples they will make.Mrs. .

lilted the golf grounds and greatly ended ing the plantation of C. T. McCarty, of been County doing a great deal of work on the Subscilptlons for the ADVOCATE, Anthony and charming daughter Y
the tournament that was then be- North Ankona, as he had fires built in new road to the railway from White 1 the pink paper of the East Coast will be left for Wllkosbarre, Penn., via St. Augustine An Insecticide sal ;
played. the trails or paths in about two or three last Monday where they Intend! ,
3g City, and is showing the people that he I received at the Melbourne po toffice.
acres of his best pines and from so doing is looking for their interests alike spending a week. Mrs Anthony was U DEAr Plant Foodaccompanied
when saved at least seventy-five or eighty per his section by her sister, !Mrs. Stella A
-Please mention the ADVOCATE throughout
cent. The result was beyond his ex Sam Martin has launched his new Tucker far St. Combined.
as as Augustine
idling advertisers. pectations.Send ,. ......,.... .. .. ....
and she is -------- --
yacht, a daisy. N ..CM.. ......

Lotus. Miss May Metcalf, of Palm- Beach, Is MARRIED IN TITUSVILLE. ADVANTAGES!: OF USE!::

Palm Beach.This [ the ADVOCATE an order for any here on a visit to her mother. Easy to apply, wind does not blow Ik

job printing you need.] M. A. Stewart will soon have his Allen Campbell, of Roseland, Is hereon On Monday, the 1.1th Instant, Judge off, and rain will not wash It o It. Prevents -

last week's issue of Leslie's house completed.Dr. a visit to relatives.Mrs. I). L. Gaulden ofllclated In the ,marriage blight. Non-poUonous and willnot ;,

.Weekly contains an Illustration which Georgiana.Mrs. Biglow Is the crack fisherman of Wm. Tole and Mrs. Jones, of of M. Abbott, both B: English of this town Ise Maggie an excellent pant food" except, and will Insect 1 Increase life; '

eludes the pictures of Fred C. King, Lotus, having caught 50 in one day this IVaukeegan, III., arrived here last Satur- The judge has also Issued licenses to growth of crop. Send for circulars and of
ief clerk at the Poinciana; Leland week. marry to the following: f1. 'C. Guy to testimonials from those who have. used

:terry, chief clerk at the Inn, and H. W.varies Bauer, from Oceanus, is visitingMrs. Miss May Black took passage on the day.Mrs.. Anthony and Miss Anthony, who MUs Molllo A. Tlllls; and W. I, Byrd to It. Try It-It will do all we claim. '
head cashier of the two hotels Bruner for a few days this week. steamer :)t. Augustine, for Palm Beach have been guests of Hotel Carleton, left Miss Betty E.= Tlllls, all of Fort Pierce. DANKOHTII" CHEMICAL Co.,

etaJ. Mr. Eddie Adams is carrying the mail Monday,night last. here Monday for points north. -.--"--.-. Or Leomlnster,' Mass. X

R. Anthony,of Paterson, N. J., Iso since the death of his uncle, Mr. W. D. Mrs. G. II. Crosby and daughter of Messrs. L. D. Lockwood and Robert -You will find some Interesting news H. J. Martlnay, Gon'l Jacksonville Agt. ,
>visit to his father's home on the Inside Fla.
mother on our {pages.
Owen. Omaha, Neb., is visiting her Brush left here last Sunday on a trip to
test tide. Mr. Anthony is the ,general:
W. B. Halnlin was from Melbourne Mis. Green.L. Cuba.
unagerofthe Paterson Street Railway Mr.: up -
oupany, of which Vieo President Gar- Monday, returning home the D. Hancock was in town Tuesday, Mrs Charlie Oslin and Miss Edna

tt d. Hobart Is the president. Mr. same day. visiting Dr. Biglow. Rawley, from Melbourne Beach, were In Insecticides! and Powder Guns.

nlliony is alto a partner in the firm of We are to have the fishermen amongus Mrs. Thos. Green was a passenger to town last Monday. > ,
Dthony! Bros., the dry goods merchants much to the delight of those Thurs- Si
again, Cocoa on the steamer Courtenay, Messrs. Stand ford and Prescott Wells
(West Palm Beach. who are so fond of the finny tribe. day. returned bomn last Saturday from their

The pineapple here is looking and wife of visit to the Bahamas Head the following from !Mr. Brown, NO wen'known on the East Coast :
crop Dr. Chambers, nephew Mr. Tyler, of Illinois, arrived in town -I
fell, and there will be more and a better Bloomington, Wis., are visiting the doc- Monday, and will make improvementson Dr. L. A. Peek and the Misses C. Anthony 'Hvi-OLUXO, FiA., Nov. 18, 1808.!
Duality of pines shipped from here this tor's family for a few weeks. his property He speaks of spend- and J. Scott enjoyed a delightful "MR. C. II. TYSK.V,
W than last. If it were not for the the with sail Gallle last "JACK80NVILI-K, Fl.A .' '
Misses Bond their two little ing summer us. to Eau Thursday.
act that of the tourists The three ,
a great many "Dear Sir: -I have been using the Laurel Green I got from this season @
Miss you
Miss Hose Lyman, Mary
'etc like to get a few pineapples to tike nieces, We are very sorry to learn that Miss
on three acres of beans, and never saw anything to equal it. There Is not a worm '
orne with them, which consumes the Wittfeld and "Uncle Hughie, werepassengers PURECAIFORNIA WINE, bought direct C. L. Marsh is very lit at the home of Dr
Cocoa to be seen. Put on with I find land plaster Is not required. It In
to gun.
'apply of there on the Courtney Francisco Lymnn. but we hope soon to report her RJlOwdel'
ripe ones at present, of /St. George Vineyard, Man acting well ou tomutous J. BROWN." "
could l be a few crates shipped from here and return :Saturday.: at Crabb's Cocoa.Malabar., Improving.'
'
each week Wrlto to me (Cluix. 1C. TyHcn, JacIcHonville) ) for pamphlets mid
took their
now. Fitch
and Mr.
Mr. Peck B. W Jerome of liockledge, brought quotation. .

launch around the island a few days; ago a party of visitors down in his launchfrom ._ .___ .
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::rAs an advertising medium, no and enjoyed some fine spoil, shooting that pretty village of famous hotels t
paper on the East Coast can beat the ducks. They brought home between and orange groves

ADVOCATE. Give us a trial advt., distributed twenty and thirty them, around and very among generously their Mrs. \VIxen departed last Thursday, The schooner J. F, Powell, with a M. WXSOKER: : ,
and be convinced of the pink paper'sworth for her home in Boston. jolly party of Powells on board, returned
friends. from their MANUFACTURER OK -
Monday night pleasant trip as
Miss Mamie Stalck is visiting her sister -
his home in Georgians, afteran
Died a far south as Miami.
illness of only I live days with inflammation : Mrs. Wolfe, at Jensen this week
St. Augustine. of the bowels, W D. Owen. March C. C. Carroll looking after business Last Friday Com. F. C. Hewitt Invited Umbrellas and Parasols. --F}
the Messrs. W C. Barnes and F, C.
7, 1899.! lie was born la Louisville, Ky., interests iu Palm Beach and Miami this
Nov. 1, 1801. Came to this place In 1881 j week. Irwin, also Mayor J. T. Hogg out for a
Dr. T. DeWitt and wife of and improved it. sail In his splendid yacht, Ripple. "'
; Talmage and bought a nice place Carroll and Kind rick Repairing anil Recovering Neatly Done All work Guaranteed. '
rashln ton, are among the prominent He returned to Louisville in 1*8j( wherehe The Ml sues spent Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wells and daughter.
Branch 311 W. 20 Laura St. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Minor 'fill- st.
Sunday with Mis. J. M. at : Bay ;
"rivals LemLShlltf/
at the Ponce De Leon. was married to Miss Miss Gladys, also Mr. and Mrs. C. S. F
June 18th, 1S81)), and leturued to his man. Bylngtnn, little daughter and maid, all .. -
The pink is in evidence wherever ------ -- -- --- -- --- -- -- -- ---- --
'lOll paper home hole tues.ime year. He carded Miss Kitty Starck was the guest of returned last Tuesday from Nassau. n
PO. Visitors to this cltv tell us they the mail from Coquina to Georgian for Mr. and Mis. E. B. Arnold on Sunday Pearl or Cattail 2'! o. per Ib. by mall; 15o.: express or r ;
ale beeu reading It in Nassau and seven months and never last. Mrs. A. J. Call and daughters, the SEEDfreigmt.: German, best for hay, 2.10 per bushel. Kafllr Corn,

I Water sports In the Casino attract two missed years a trip. lIe was a kind and iu- MIKC8 !Sophia and Annie, who are rela .. white and red, also Jerusalem corn, 20ct per Ib, by mall; lOctsIb. .

aDY \isltors. People never tire of diligent husband and father, a good Mr. Schuyler was quite sick a few tives of Professor Hopkins and family, by express or freight. Sorghum, early orange, 20cts: per Ib. by mall,
but is much better at of the Grand View cottage
.atchlu and willing to do days recently, are now guests -
the ready
graceful evolutions or ec- neighbor, always Wcts Ib. express or freight.
from Bath Me.
They are ,
entric> antics He leaves an invalid present
of swimmers. friends favor.
expert his a Peanuts 91.0 bushel. Chufas $3.00 bushel.
Spanish
,
per per
bright little daughters Bolton Saturday and Sun- Crawford of Lima Ohio who
The Quarter wife and two C. W. spent Rev. ,
epted the bid Master General has ac- to face the stern realities of life without day in Cocoa, visiting Mrs. Bolton, who has been the guest; of Hotel Carleton, Seed Corn In variety. ;,
w:for work of Contractor J, II. Shu- his tender, loving care, which they have expects to remain there for a few weeks. left for St. Augustine last Monday, Cow PeRil, market prices.
4'the on building Improvements the evidence of in the nice home left much to the regret of his many friends; Write for price list '
barracks. air is sweet with the scent of or.
be
The amount to err a The
unincumbered! by a mortgage or but we trust be will return here as he
ended Is $1,200.One them debt. The funeral was conducted at ange blossoms now, and all signs of the hopes to some day. L. CAMERON Seedsman, I""

,ling entertainments of the most amusing as well as ex- the residence by and II.Impressive K. Hughes burial, readingthe ser freeze fresh, new are being growth.rapidly Even hidden bananas by are a Mr and Mrs. John Goode and their 126 East f Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.., tEstablished
given here recentlwasthe beautiful the root at first children the Misses Muriel
1 church.Mr. not killed to as was three grand ,
Methodist Episcopal -
boxing contests at Collie'sa. vice of the -- --- --- --- --- -
of Mrs. supposed. and Mildred, also T. II. Knight, returned
The nephew
first bout between Jordan Eddie Adams a
home last week from Roseland, where 1870.
'Mt and II. Low was a round contest Louisville, is visiting her A merry party spent Saturday evening .
had been visit to Mr, and Mrs.
they on a
Owenwinter in her lone-
: comical slugging match. Science and Is with her on the o can beach, in honor of Miss Krcildoune Inn.
L. C. Moore at
oot figure in it. Honors were even liness and sorrow. She has the sympa- Klndrick's birthday anniversary. A CHAS. R. TTSE2T
'11 rounds. The second contest wasetweea thy of all who knew of her sad beieavo- camp supper was prepared lu the most Mrs. Judge Kennedy of Youngstown, ;

1 Taylor, of Maryland, and Miller, ment. Approved. S. Army style, and eaten Ohio, and Mrs. Fay, of Waukcegan, III.,
Pennsylvania, In this contest a little with much enjoyment of the novelty.Mrs. who have been the guests of )Ir. and (Successor to The J. II. Tyson Co., Established 1878) ,
afj science and life was displayed. 1>. K. Miller, of Hay View was the Mrs. L. D. Lockwood, for some time,
or got winded In the third round Banyan. kind hostess to whom much of the pleasure left here last Friday for their northern You can SAVE!: GOOD MONEY by sending I to tee for quotation oo
ad laid he had enough. The fight was of the occasion was due. home, but we will\ look for them back ?

yarded to Miller. G. S. Merrill was In Banyan last week, next season. Grain, Hay, Rice, 'Meal, Straw, Cotton Seed Hulls, and

looking after his Interest here. Roseland.Wm. Miss Beaulah Wilson, who has been

visiting his pending the winter with her parents at Feed of all Kinds. .
Is
who .
Poe Verners, ,,
Bovine. Mr. a winter Hotel Granada in Eau Gallle, came ,
uncle here, thinks of buying Ayers, of Brooklyn N. Y., has down.. Monday to bid her Goode friends
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here.Neal'ly
home and spending his winter been doing piano tuning here during the !good- r8, as she was going back to her POULTRY FOODS, Wheat, Cracked Corn, Meat and Bone, Gravel, Crack"*'

Mr. Rufus Stewart, of Brantley, came all the beans are troubled moreor past week. Chicago home Tuesday' but Mr. and Bone, etc., etc '

eron:. Monday to Join in the big cow less with rust, and it II a question will If Oranges shut gone, trees looking Mrs. Wilson and family hope to 'return WHEAT, RYE, Graham Flour..*, whole winter wheat Flour, Breakfast C.>**rB>

we can control Iti; if not, then times floe, beans doing Veil, but everythingneeds again next season Buckwheat, etc, Grits, Meal and Bacon 1#

l lira',Geo. Houston and three children be bard, Indeed. rain. FERTILIZER CHEMICALS of all kinds. KalnU, AVld Phosphate, etc. Tobacco

i'week 8 tlng Mf' and Mr8' Bethel Stewart Mr. and Mrs. J. M.Monday.Field returned While A very nice-looking launch came In Fort Pierce.' Stems, Tobacco Dust, best Canada Ashes, Salt, etc.

home from Indianola unimprovedplace the river Tuesday, with a party on board.It INSECTICIDES. Laurel Green, Paris Green, Blue Stone, London Purple, Flour
}adi0Della f Stewart, of Pineda, is away, Jake Indianola.purchased an looked like the launch from Hotel A little rain would be very acceptable Sulphur, Bl-sulphlJe of Ccrbon, Caustlo Soda, etc
at home of Mr. at Granada Eau Gallle.
the ,
""> Simmons. putting on here BUILDING MATERIALS. Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Fire Brick, Fire Slabs,
Orange; trees are once more Mr. and Mrs. 1'. I,. Deyo and ion, of last '
and occasionally a bloom C. P. Platt paid Melbourne visit Hair, Shingles, Lath, etc '
Oaday, Bl J- Stewart and three sons, coats of green, said of New York have been spending a few
be' Saturday..
The same can I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF CONSUMERS ORDERS. Will furnish with
.era Sam and Reid, and Messrs. Rufus can be seen. but the fruit days at the Frost Proof Grove They you
I ,,art' John Simmons and Gene pines; a few are blooming small. left on the northbound train Tuesday We are having some Ideal March freight rates to your place JACKSONVILLE, PLA.
"*r d will evidently be
started on their usual spring cow








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f and flavor of fruits JsOME USES OF HOT WATER

Florida East Coast Ry.
COLOR I Jacksonville Tampa
and &
quality ap A strip of flannel or a soft napkin r _

pearance of vegetables,,, I folded lengthwise, dipped in hot wate! e run: TABLE NO. IT, IN EFFECT JAN. 17, 1899.NORTH Key West R'y.

and wrung out, and then applied arounc

I 'weight and plumpness of-grain,,, I the neck of a child that has the croup SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). BOUND (Read Up.

arcall produced by Potash.Potash will surely bring relief in a few minutes N. Dally Now No Dally NO 23 STATIONS. No Dally IDallj7iSp Daily NOM JOSEPH H. DURKEE: Receiver.

I. A linen towel folded several times am T Ezra Dally Ex ro Daily x ro Ex ro EIIU _

dipped In hot water quickly anc 00p 120p 20a 740a Lr...,. ,,,..Jacksonville ......Arett. ..,... UOOnHOOa <06p106p I00, s UTn -rURTI0.209.E I .:::::::::
1 wrung !OOp ISOp1090a.4OaAr.,..,,.. AniruKtlne...........Lv 8BRpTIOp ( TOO In Effect F.b. l;'p9.
No.
applied over the site of toothache 01 06p ....., 108&a 8 dSaLv..St. Anfuiitine.M.,..:. .Argn. 6 795p.. ,.. ,.,... /46a -,.No. 21. 81 No.23 NO.32. 3B.'o. 78.'o gI113bp
1110ftIllfla Ar... ... ..BaaIn ,.Lv.Palatka 6 i ob l20p i9'20a I.v..JACK80N"n.LE..Ar. 7 80 am 8 7 40 :''
neuralgia, will generally afford prompt ...... ...... THS A"r............(:PT tDCs ., ..,. .Lv HOp i ...... ...... ....... 1143 a ...,...Orange Park,....... e 62am.... .., 714pll1 P m '
relief. This treatment'for colic has been] rte. 1015. 906 Lv......... ..... ,,., ,.....ArAr 8 OOp TISp .... ,, yyfy ........ .... .... .. ... .:.........Peoria.. ..i.. .... ........ .1. '''...
... 1203s: 2 O'lp I' 09a ..,..... ...Magnolla........... 613am 2111p 6/8 pm."".,
.,n. .... 13 ftp ..... ... .Baa M t o.. ..Lv 420pTBGp ..,... .n. ..., ..
found to work like magic. .. 805 80Salllte Lv. .Ban Mat .Ar.East 815 RV S. 1210110 .lORpIUIr.a..Greenoprinp... 8G9am 2 alp 84.11'111 ::.: '
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1M. 251p110Oa ......... ..Palata..1.. ... ....
properly combined with Phosphoric Nothing 10 promptly cuts short a congestion IUD ....,. irssTreaLv02pI040a ............ Palatka...... ....Lv ...,. ...,.. .... .... .......Satsuma..nn.L, 5,00.m.. .. 121p 6Mpm I4
. 'I of the throat 2 ippo ( ..............Ormond.........,.... 401p JlV.p ....,. .,.,.. 4 ...sun...... .seam..m.. ...t..... .. .. ... ..?...J"omon............. .......... ............. ................. ........,
Acid and Nitrogen and I lungs, sore or U98p....... IBplOWa87p ...,........ ..Daytona............. 3 B26p.Blflp. 4 ........ ...... ........ 11 !lOa ....Crescerr\CltTJanctlon... 554am. .. "
I rheumatism as hot water when applied ..... I27p105$. ............Port Oraate...... ... 837p818p ...... ...... 14 as 213a 340p 1200p .. .......... .8e\1l1e.... ......., 3SOam 46m0pm 121,160d am
II sep ...... 1 BOp ..........New Smyrna.......... 46Bp .,.... ...*.. TtM '24 ...,.. .. 1228p ...,."DeLeon ...... l240p pm 1laspm
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liberally applied will improve! the and ,.... lfip .............Oak Bill.,,...,...... S. 248p...... ...... ... ,. ... 8prings. 246am .. 't13 1019
i el\rlyln case thoroughly. 1'1 ........ ........ ........ ... ........10 OlenwOOd ..I....... ..,...... ....... ...... Hm50p
...... SMp ijoep .............Titnsville. ........... 2r s 404 ...... ,,..,. 110 301a 12MI' ...........Ber.sford.... .,.. .. "
soil and increase Hot water taken freely half an hour ...... Cit Potat.......,..,. IMp ..... ...... ..... t 419p< ..12'J.m. ..... 121Y.p! 8Mpm i'i..
every yield' 12'41 8 620x. lOp IpAtL ... J>eLaDd .... JL 1140a .....
128p .
slip Sip .
before bedtime Is an excellent cathartic I ....... .330pI23OpL1' Ar....... ... 1220p 48pm "..
II and of 'I s16. 70s a 3 ITs ...... 102I> ......Oranv.Clt1Juno..:... 210am ....,.. .343PIn"
quality any crop. tn the case of constipation, while it ............... .. tJ .... ... ..... 2p'i..
SOp .Enterprise ..,. .......... ...
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..,.. ...... 46ep ....,..N..Melbonrne.,,.....,.., 12 2 ,...,, .,.,.. ... 320pm
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a soothing effect upon the stomach and ...... ..... lisp .... ........... ...Ro.eland ............ 1143aI130a ...... ....w Il1p Ar .TITUSVILI.E.Lv .......,.. ........ 130pm ::::::::::
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Write and Free which 44p .. Dora. .
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our pamphlets .
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. I bowels. .m M. m. ........ ........ ...... .. 7 .... ... .... ...... .... ...
... Olp .Tayare. .. ..... t 1120& ..... :: '
Cell how -to buy and use fertlllzeri withgreatest 1. ...... .. .........St. Luau ............ 1047.... ..,... I 355a. .
800.
This treatment, continued a few I .fa ...... 620p 805pBOflp .,,.....,... Fort Fierce ........... 10 ...... ...... ii'fa 4Mp l86pM.Sanford..Lv 140am 1129& 320pm .tii5'p'j.;
I economy and profit. ...... ...... 6Mp ................Kdim.............., I. I012alOOTa .., ,... ...... ...... ........ t62. 6t5p 242P..Orlando..,.... .... 120lpm 104'2& 21I1pm..... ..
months, with the*'addition of a cupful of ..... ...... 68p ...,, ...............Jenaro.,....,.,. ... ...... .. ... ...... ...... .. .., (t 700 a SUp42.pLakeland.. .... ..... 9111pm 1014a1210pm.... :...".
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", ;(JE nAN tfALl WORKS, hot water slowly sipped half an hour be- ....... f03pT88p ..... .n..n.Stnart..m.m... U 967a926a .... .. .. ...... ...... ........ 710a 9"1 a 800p t cop .,.... ..... art.ow............ 813pm 907a. 620aln ..... ....
.,.........Hobe Sound........... ...... IOMpIOMI'Ar..PuntaGorda..LY 3211pm II20a 1033pm.,, .:
; 93 Nawaii Mo. New York.FLORIDA'S S.... o .. ,. o ........ 817a 820p 11811p ..:.... .... ........... ....
I fore each meal with proper attention to bally T 8p ..... ......, Went Jupiter.......... "" 912a885a 11'25,(Daily .. .. ........ ."..... ... .. .....Tampa.Tampa.Bay Hotel..r 737pmt1033p. ... 807a .1000am...:':....
KxiuTBOi I29pl Ar, .,,,.. fleet palm Beach ........ x s ,.....1i .
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will most of 81Op! 20p Ar...... I'ort .. ....Lv. lo2oam. "
diet cure cases dyspepsia. IE8a08a SSp Lv..Palm Beach Inn........... T 815a11OSa 8l5p Mon.Thur.Bat. Tampa. 70opm a73oa .".::::
9001' ll00pLA..J"ortTampa..Ar ........
Ordinary headaches almost always 0 1 SOp SlOp ..,.,..... Royal Polnciana .../... 810ft800ft 100 slop ,,.,, tee* les.Frl.&"un 300p 3 00p Ar..Key 'Wellt..Ly 100pm...,... Thur.Run&Tuea"T
i:' KEYS. / 18a 941St 900p B20p720p ,.,.,..., West Palm Beach ,..,. Ar 050* Soup 116) Wed.Sat&Mon SOOp6OaAr.. .. .. ... .... Wed.Rat.&Moo.
n yield to the simultaneous application of ...... 10 Ota 9231 .., ............. Bojnton.. ...........Lv 787a727a .... 684p444p ..,... ... ., Havans..Lv1230pm. Wed.BattSfoO.
hot water to the feet and back of the ...... OlSa102a, ,.... ................x eiraj*... ......... :..... 690p ...... .,.. -
: "The chain of small Islands known ... .. 017p .. ,.........Fort Lauderdale....... 84Sa80Ka ,,,,,. ...... ..,.,, Daily, t Daily except Sunday. JMon., Wed. and Fri.
r ns neok. II tie 1058p..Lemon City.... 408p ...... I Train leaving Jacksonville 9:20: a. m. arrive Gainesville 1:35 p. m., Ocala 2:10 p. m., Lee ''
the keys constitutes quite a distinct portIon 20, 145a lOUp ...7 ......Miami. ...., "V..Lv 80Ua SKSaJ 40Up .., .. )toOpe m., uAiiy borc'
; Trains 21 and 32 Carry Pullman Buffet Car between :.
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Sleeping
Through; : Cincinnati and .
of Florida in almost BETWEEN NEW SMYUNA AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTION. Tampa
differing every and local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open for accommodation. of < ,
What God and the do not passengen &
angels
understand
; Union Station,Jacksonville, at 9 m.
8TATIO 8 p.
respect from all other parts of the state. No. o. o. o. I

.. ar6 like about human nature is known 3 ; v......... ... .......... ow Smya.. ... ....., ..........,... r 1406p INDIAN RIVER SERVICE.
They essentially the neighboring only to the women. 037a .".:............ ... ...., LakeHelen.................. ,,,,,,,,,Lv 1020a 454p Indian River Steamers leave Titusville 4:00 p. m., Monday,Tuesday, Wednesday and .
Bahama Islands in climate and vegetable 417 958& Orange City. .......................... 1014 43Sp days for St. Lucie Riveiand Intermediate landings; returning, arrive Titusville Thor
420 1000sAr ......... .. ...OnngecityJunction,. ,...,,.,,,..,,.,,, Ioioa809 Thursday s, Fridays and Saturdays at 12 noon. Wednesday,
and animal life. of the in- .
Many All train between New Smyrna and Orange City Junction Daily except aunday, W. B. COFFIN, O. D. ACKERLT,
liabltants, also, of the keys came, or their Notice. General Superintendent.; General Passenger Afr.ni

ancestors came; from the Bahamas. Byt.hem Key West, Havana and Nassau.

largely the parts: that are fit for In Circuit Court Brevard County, LEY WEST. Th steamship "CSty of Key We fof the Florida E
cultivation are occupied. This refers, Florida: Ix CIIANCEHY. Company leaver Miami for Key West on Monday, wedne UTS an 1 Fridays after arrival *I Florida Central & Peninsular
train from Jack' nrllle. about 1100 p. m., arriving at Key Weit next day noon. Railroad
of course, to the keys that are devoted John J. Planners'' Leave Key West 2:80 p. m. (standard time) on Tuesdays, Thursdays and, Batardavs, avHriaf >
VS. Miami next morning in tim to connect with north bound train. ,
purely to agriculture and the
sponge Frank n. Everett and RoBill to Foreclose
and other fixheiles. Key West differs ulna Everett, bin wife; } Mortgage. HAVANA. Th Steamship "Lincoln" of the Florida East Coast Steamship Compamy
!Marian E. Russell and tev.s Miami for Havana on Munday s and Wednesdays after arrival of train from Jaekaon- Time Table In Effect Mar. 12 1800.
}r ;from the remainder of the keys in that Alfred Russell, ber hue Till about 110: p. m., arriving; at Havana at 8:00 p. n.. Mondays and Thursdays. ,
, it I Is the seat of and band Ian Havana Tuesday and Fridays at 10:30 a. m. (standard time), arriving *"" %
a large progressive appearing by the affidavit of A. J. Lewis W.da.*day s and Saturday in tlm to connect with north bound train.NAABAU. .

modern city. IT attorney for the complainant In this cause Service for th* winter season begins January 10, law. Proposed Bailings M A.: .:;I .:; ; ,:, A g ,:, ..::= ,:, .:. .:.
Persons from other states, seeing the that the defendants Marian E. Russell and follows:_ = ::: Am! w gam :;; NORTIIER."i roL\TS ..:; 3 = :; t;= =
/ Alfred Itnssell her husband, are nonresidentsof "' '
Jl'R0111UIAl\U. WHOM NA>SAU. ... .4. .4. A 11 .4. 4. A !
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3ccy in a state of nature, would regardthem the State of Florida and are both over the -
age of twenty-one year, and that there is no Tuesdays and Friday, January 10 to February Wednesdays and Saturdays, January 11 312 208p Lv Titullvllle FEe Ar. 2 Mp 2ii 2619'205p
as wholly worthless for agriculture person In the State of Florida service of a subpoena 4. to February 706a1100a 6311p LY. 8t. Augustine Ar 2201' 1030a 900p10a1a
and upon whom would bind the said defendant and 345 a 4301' ...... 82Oa1210p SOOpLv..Jacksonvllle..Ar lOOp 9 00a ..... 140p 9
almost and
uninhabitable. Wednesdays Fridays .Tuesdays.Thursdays Feb 9Mp
They Alfred Mondays, Saturday., ...... Lv..yulee.. ... bOa
Marian E. Russell and Russell her 430& l120p .. 840p .Ar .. .... 818110 .... 6Mp 991,10p
ar, In fact mere beds of coral rock, elevated bm band. and that the said Marian E. Russell wary 6 to Much 81. ruary 7 to April 1. ...... liMp : .... 950a 940p Ar..Fernandlna..Lv. 730a ...... 611\p seta 700p
; and Alfred Russell resides in the city of Chic- Tuesdays and Friday., April 4 to Wednesdays and Saturdays, April 5 to 6 lOa 7111p...... 1930a 208p1012pAr..Everett..Ar106Na 65011. .... lOp 6:1Oa
only a few feet above the water, afro In the State of Illinois, so laid affiant is April 28.' Anrll 29.SUamftr I45a 84:1p: ...... 111191 31l1p ..... Ar..Drunswick..LY 9JIIa ...... .740p...,.
and In places covered with coral sand informed. and believes.It depart from Miami,and Nassau at 4:MO p.m. of days advertised, arriving at ...... .. .1227" 349pI1I1I1pAr..Savannah. :J22a ... .. .
; Is, therefore ordered that the defendant : morning. .... ...... 6OOp1235p 31111' 1201la Lv..Sarannah.Ar 914a ...... ...,..
but the porous and soluble nature of Marian E. Russell and Alfred Russell her bus- Cnaeetlons mad. at Nassau with Ward IJn Steamers to and from Santiago and .:?.. ... .. 92'Jp 2111p 6361) 203a Ar. Fairfax, 8. C..Lv v36a 54a..4. Ma ........, ....
band be required to appear and answer com OUnfnegos, Cuba, on certain dates. ...... ..... 104:11' 3001' 614p 2110110 .Denmark 8 C" 6rsa lOa...... .. ...,
:this rock and the collection of sand in plainant's bill of complaint on the vThM .. .... ..... ...... liMp 108111' 8Ma .". ..Augusta, Oa.. ...... 20a ...... .... .
Its interstices render lE of THIRD DAY OP APRIL A. D. 1899, Tim Tables show the time at which trains and boats may be expected tv arrive and ...... ...... ...... 438p 739p 4451 Colnmbla,8.C. 1140a .. ... ,
capable supporting depart from the several stations and port., but their arrival or departure at the times ...... ...... ...... .. ... ...... 112\a! 9partanb\ r .8C" ...... bump ...... ............ .., .
a most luxuriant vegetation' as or said bill will be allowed taken as confessed and thecomplainant Stated is not guaranteed nor does the Company hold Itself responsible for any delay or any ...... ,.... ...... ...... .. .. 140p 0( Allhevlll, N.C. .. ...... 205p ...... .. .... ..... .. .
be to proceed ex-parte OBsequcaee arising therefrom. ...... ...... ....... 840p1134p 90014 "Charlotte N.C. 344aI02Op. .... 8111a...... ... .
Is attested by massive trees of mahogamy with said cause. It Is further ordered that this ...... ...... ......IOIOp 1242a 1047a N. C. ,
for copy of local time card call at 228 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, or IId .- Salisbury, 238a ...... .. ...
order be each week for four .
published once consecutive .. .... ...... ...... 1 'I1a! Greensboro
Indian and 1127p 1210p N.C" 124a ...... .. .
mastic fig other species week In the INDIAN VIVBB J. P. BECKWITH: TraffhrManager. J. D. RAHNEB A. O.r. A.
ADVOCATE. r.... ..:::.. ...... 1236a 307a 1301' Danville'Va. 1206a ...... .
and by the rank growth of vines and a newspaper published' at Titusville, BrevardCounty ? Augustine. ...... ...... ... .. 6roa.. 62111) .. Richmond. .. .... 825p..6. s30a........ .?. .
Florida. :..... ...... ...... 245a 4111a 32111' Lynchburg Va. 1126p .. .... ......
other herbaceous plants, which often are Witness the Honorable Minor 8. Jones .... .. ...... ...... 6 411& 528p Charlottesville, 8 4lp: ...... .
Impenetrable. Judge of said court as well all the seal of saidcourt .. .... ...... .... 7Ma 945a 90/1)1"/ Washington; 111101' ... ... .'".....
at the-court house at Titusville, Fla., this .. .... ........:... .... ....1I011a 112bp Baltimore 43j'p 35p..2.. ........ .....
If a pair of compasses be placed on agoooJ March! 4th, A D 181)9.Seal. .", .. ..,... ..... 1181) 25da Philadelphia 2'6p .. ... ...'..
[!' .] A. A. STEWART ...... .... ...... 203p 3531' 623a New York 120011 '..,.... ... .
; map with one leg at Cape Itomano marlU-31 Clerk Circuit Court; ., ,4 _. ..... ......... ..... 9001)Il00P, 300p ..... ..Bolton. ....." ...... OOa ....., .,,..,

and the other at Key West and from the .. ... ...... .....
a4. 800p Lv"Jacklonvlllo. Ar ...... ...... ...... 8115 9Sp
:latter point starting eastward a quarterof 6 lOa .. .... ...... ..... .1012p Ar:... Everett. .... Lv ?.... ...... ... .. 6303 7-10))>
Notice. 330p .. .... ...... ...... 1I2Oa. .. .... Atlanta.... ...... .... ...... IOMpI200D
a circle be drawn, the resulting line S40p ...... ...... ...... 930a .. ..................... 610p 64:1:1141a ::
will give almost exactly the outline of / .).... ..:... .. ... 1'roJ) ...Cincinnati... ... ..... ............ ... ... sop
". Is hereby given that it i III my Inten
the outer edge of the keys. The cause NOTICE apply, together with other citizensof Nos. 30, 34 and 38 make connection for Brunswickarriving Brunswick and
7:45,11.59 m
( Brevard County to the next Legislatureof a m 8:1111'
of this symmetrical outline is apparently Florida to introduce and pas a bill enacting respectively.} For Sew Orleans train leaves Jacksonville 9 OO a. m., with through sleepers, ar
riving New Orleans 7:40 a. m. only through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville
from New Or.
a law to provide regulate and prohibit the running .
the direction and force of the mighty hogs the leans 6:40 p. m. -
at large of within following territory
current of the Gulf Stream, which in Brevard County Florida, as near as SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
practicable about within the following terri- NOB. 31 and 32, New York and Florida Limited running between St. Augustine Jack onvlll*
along the face of the entire line and New York. A solid vestibule
sweeps tory train consisting of composite, dining and drawing rooms;,
of the For Beginning eight miles north of Tltusville on sleeping compartment drawing room sleeping and observation cars.
keys. about thirty-five miles 1 the west shore of Indian River, thence run west No..35 and 38 Fast Mail !Sleepers' between New York and Jacksonville and iCinolnnatl
east from Key West the keys are exceedingly one and one-half miles thence southerly so all Sleeper via Asheville. Also through sleeper between New York and Miami.
to run one and one-half miles west of Indian 0 Nos. 33 and 34 carry throuch sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In connection with
numerous and irregular In' River to a point one and one-half miles west of 8 and 13 and 7 and 14.with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.
:foun. There the poHtofllce at Fort Tierce; thence southwest No.30 carries Cincinnati. Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta and
are. scarcely any navigable to the north prong of the St.Lucie River; thence Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This Is brought to Jacksonville by No 37. These trains also handle
channels among them. The smaller of easterly along said river to Indian River and the St. Louis(via Louisville) and the Kansas: City (via Memphis) Mirotigll sleepers between those
across said river to the Atlantic Ocean thence cities and Jacksonville. '
them and parts of the larger are covered : northerly along the Atlantic Ocean to a point Nos. 29 and 30 handle through sleepers betw en Jacksonville and Cincinnati: No. 30 opens at
I the place of 9 p m at Jacksonville for Pullman
with thickets opposite beginning; thence west passengers.
mangrove and at high erly to the point of beginning on Indian River. All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket
tide with water; and the best of them. IDfebSlmar It. A. HARDEE. office, 2Kjoean( ; Street as well as at the Union depot ticket office f
L. A. Brill;.MAN, A. G* P, A. F.C. WRIGHT. DIs. Pass. Agt., 202 W Bay St.
are so unattractive that but few and fee A. O. MacDONELL Gen. Pass. Agent.

bio attempts have been made,? at cultiva Notice to Debtors and Creditors.

tion.

MJeyond\ this archipelago the keys are persons having claim against the es

more uniform in position and shape, and ALL of Catherine Stewart, late of Coquina
In this county are hereby required to pre SR-
form an almost unbroken chain of nar- sent Raid claim to me within one year from the
almost publication of thlll\Utlee. otherwise this notice SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES SouthernRailway
acow Islands 100 miles In length. will be pleaded as a bar to such claims. All persona -
:
They gradually Increase In owing said estate shall make payment to ;
elevation
area, .
me. Finest Cuisine and Service No Transfer between Jacksonville and New Yo..k.The

and fertility, but no plantations of Fleet ia composed of the following: Handsome New Steel Steamers :
feblO-marSl W,,O. FRISK
<;' any consequence are met with before' Administrator. Comanche" (new), "Algonquin' ," "Iroquois "Cherokee' ," "Seralnole.' "

reaching Upper Mateoumbe Key which
North-Bound.
Coquina Brevard Co., Florida. l
is seventyfive'miles from Key West. Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide Most Excellent Service Ever Offered Out of Florida.NOR.TH .

This and the other largo keys wore originally Fish Law From JACKSONVILLE!' FLA., (calling at Charleston), Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
From CHARLESTON 8. C.. Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays.For .
covered with dense forests, in -, hour of sailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jaeksonviue'and Charleston dally papers. EAST WEST.

which were represented some seventy Notice is hereby given that I will Introduce SouthBound.Steamers ,

:.binds of West India trees, including such a bill\ In the next legislature of are appointed to sail from Pier 211, East River, New York at 3 p. m., as follows
Florida, enacting\ 1hw regulating: \ the For CHARLESTON 8. C., .. Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWJNO ROOM CARS,
valuable trees as the lignum vitae, mastic taking of food fish with seines and nets For JACKSONVILLE FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays Wednesday and Fridays. CARS DININO

mahogany crabwood .and wild\ tarnarlnd. In tho waters of Brevard county Clyde New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.) THOROUGHFARE COACHES. VESTIBULED TRAINS.

An equal variety of trees is still HENRY L. PARK KK, (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)

to be found, but the best of the forests jan27-mar17 Representative.. > appointed"STEAMERS"are to sail as follows: ,NEW YORK AND FLORIDA LIMITED."

.liavo been cut and burned. The keys rom foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, From Lewis' Wharf Boston, Solid Pullman Vestlbuled Limited. Dining Library, Compartment Drawing-Eros

that are under cultivation yield freely of Road Law, FRIDAYS. FRIDAYS. and Observation Cars between St. Augustine and New York.


neapploB. Notice is hereby given that I will In- Clyde's St. Johns River Line. WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LIHITED.( "

S troduce a bill In the next legislature of Throvth Veitlbuled Drawing-Room between Tampa and New 1'DrroYla !
I';; The laborer who is worthy of his hire Florida, enacting a road law for the acksouvllle, Palatka Sanford.-The Enterprise elegant Iron Fla.Sldewheel and Intermediate Steamers-landings on the St.John'River. Jacksonville: Savannah and Columbia without change.

l .naturally resents any but a business view county of Urevaid, giving to said county "CITY OP JACKSONVILLE." "F1U3DK. DeHAIlY," "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."

of his relations to his certain rights and privileges, authorizing CAPT. W. A, SHAW. Capt.T. W. LUND,Jr.
, employer. the levy of a special road tax in each Are appointed to sail as follow t Pulbaaa Drawiag-Room Buffet Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville aad New York.

h commissioners' district, and providingthe Leave Jacksonville 3:30: p m dally except Saturday Leaves Sanford 9:00 a m, Enterprise 9:30a Embracing Lynchburg Charlottesville
process by which such tax will be in, daily, except Sunday. Service strictly first class In every respect. ,

I" I\I RO PSY CURED Hooml'dINi.with Har.7rgetable cured levied and expended also, providing the SOUTH BOUND SCHEDULE. Mjuril BOUND. Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia
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.Lr many thousand caws manner of exercising; the right of eminent Read down. Read ups .
Psllitia DrawlBrRoon 81e plug Cars to Macon, (7Oiaa.tl
days a'Mast two.IhlrtUoTj bwyto. .m remoip domain in opening roads. Leave 3.30 p. m. ........, .".., .,.. Jacksonville............. ............ Arrive 2.00 a. m. Le.& Blrmlagham. KansM City and tit. Louis.Atlanta, Chattanooga
-..1. Testimonials HKNKY L. PARKER 8.45 p. m. ..,..,.*............. .*...Palalka.... t'.r..nu..u. ..,. Leave 8.00 P. m. .
.DR. .. R. CBKCB DA TS treatment f r..,. .. 3.00 a. lu..nn...... .u ann.. ** Astor........... ................... .. 3.30 p. m. rhrugh Pullman Cars to
f SOUS box K, Atlanta.* jan27-mar17 Representative. .4 4.30 a. m. n.r..... .......St.. Francis.,....."................ .il 1.00 p. m. Sleeping
a. ui. ... .nnn..n.u.m. Keresford........ ................n. .' 12.00 a. m. Cincinnati via Columbia and Asheville the
.. 6.00 a. m. ............ .,.. .....Hlue Spring.t.....:..;............... '4 11.00 a. m. Through
Arrive 8.30 a. m. ........h. ..........8anord..A........ 11,00 a. m.
MALLORY' STEAMSHIP LINE. a' 9.28 a. m. .......... .... ............Enterprise........ ........ ...... .... 0.30 a. m. "LAND OF THE SKY."

Gen'l Passenger and Ticket OffIce, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.W D..l>U Daily Limited TraU For Ciuolunatl via Ever.ti.

Florida, New York, 1t. WARBURTOX, T. P. A., IRONMONGER, JR., Fla. Pas*. Act..
I Philadelphia and Boston. 6 Howling Orson New York. I'I' 204 West Hay St..Jacksonville }'Ia.C. Tar UfermaWea.. as to rates, schedules sleeping ear reservatieas, eta, .pIt"
!. 1".LOVE!.!.., At. Fla. Bunt.. L. HOWARD, Superintendent. aay agent e< ik e SovTaimm* RAILWAT er lu eoBaectioni.
1 From liriuiswlok (direct), to New York acksoavllle.Fla. ,Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville, Fla.
PA8SKNOKU!: !: 8KIIVICE.!: TIIEO. G. KUKll! !: T. M., o Bowling Green,New York...

d 42 WM. P. CLYDE CO., General A cents, R. W. HUNT Florida P.... 919 J'IA.
Aft West
To make connections with steamrr, leave Jacksonville S Dowlh.c G..D.N..,1'0..11. II 80. Uelawar Ave., Philadelphia. Bar Street Jftoktoavill,
on Thursdays at *00 p. m., via Fernandina "RlI"Oov.Safford" 1. K. OUL2. W. A. TUII U1IDW
8. H.
(Cumbvrland Route). Arrive Hrunswlck taro; Dinner en ,
route Or via all rail leivluK Jacksonville 4:40: p. ru. (F. C. I .TIJ tae r G... P.... Agt. Aset. O.B. Pam.
'. A P.), via Everett and Southern n'). Arrive llruniwick 8:19: FO.R SALE. Home-Grown agt s, D. c. Washlagtoa. b. c. X*.
II) m. rassenger on arrival go directly aboard steamer ... January 17. 1809.


PROPOSED SAILINGS PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS =::
3 !n.v. New o York, Pier 21 E. R., 3:001): iu., Standard Time.) Lv.Brunswick { *

Vrlday, F..b.24. .. . . .. .. ,...STEAMER. ............ .. . ....Fridsy. Iar. 3
Y'ddayMar.\ 3.n .. .... ,... .... .... ..RIO UKAJSDK. .. .... ... ...v..Friday, 10 Of the following; Varieties : PItINTINC
:Friday 10PriiUy ....."?."" ..... ... ... .....COLOUA ).,.,... ..,. .,...........Fr ii IT
"IT.. .... ..... .... .... .. .. .1110 (IRANDK. ..,,.,...r....,....,.,...Friday, "M Abbah, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, Ripley Queen Smooth JOEOF
.friday. 84.. ...,... .... .... ... .. .. .. .COLORADO.. .... ......................Friday, .. .31 ,
Pernambuco and Red ALL
t .For general Information, steamers, trains rates etc. to any railroadsqd rat Or to Cayenne, Spots. Executed at theADVOCATE KINDSPRINTING

;;: IIASIL GILL 8. A.KM W.Iay St.J&ekwnYUle.U. Apply to O. 0. MATTHAMS, Florida Pineapple Co.,
.JllRATMOND'0en r Southern Arent, Brunswick Oa.
Palm Fla.
Welt Beach
O. U. liU.LLORY.Oeu.rtJ Agent, Pier *), K. Ki er, and 395 Broadway N.Y. OFFICE.:





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ATLANTA, GA. t HOTEL MAGNOLIA DO YOU EAT ORANGES Do you want to see them In all their Jlory-on
the tree In full grove form f Do you want to pick them ? Then go to hock-
.. ledge/ on the Indian River The beautiful new Plaaa Hotel Is the hotel. Come
ST. AUGUSTINE. and you will be pleased. Fishing, nailing, driving, duck hunting, and shoot
Ing Alligators, all make up amusement for, you while their. The table, service
*t 2,000 expended on Improvements and new furnishings this season and social evenings at the l'lulhave become famous. For the" bent oiir
Hydraulic Elevator, Hot and Cold Wnler Baths on each floor; rates are reasonable S. 11. PECK: Manager.
also Private Baths added to several suites and Heating Arrangements
a i+ ,t } r tit r. at 1ey are a few of the Improvements added this season, making this ,:y See Mr. Chrlstlancy, representative, at Windsor ,Hotel, regarding room and
popular house one of the most comfortable and well equipped hotels In the rates.
.I:South.) Write for booklet.

PALM1211 MacDOWULL.HOTEL .

\ y .R New Rockleclge Hotel I ION
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1, y 4 .y ] HIBISCUS, Palm Beach,

ek, rF + A New Hotel, on the same side( of Lake Worth and very near the Royal INDIAN RIVER. ;
]Polnciana. LEON II. C1LLEV, Manager ,
Entertainment for guests Includes bowling alley, livery rowboats: for fishing, ,!
]HOLLY INN Daytona and dally excurtAons on launch to points of Intcirxt. shell road: Uiurs, $2.50: ''j,
and $:.I! per day. Correspondence solicited. II. I'. SlIAIU': fi]

5' ,hid. al' Facing the beautiful Halifax River; finest ERNEST bicycle L.roads CASWELL in the State., Manager. ____ ___ _____....__ _____ __ ___ .__n_____ __ __ Propiletor.MIIKKITT .,._ p.!u

;4c ., : (i AlrrritfN Island). ,
THE BUCKINGHAM St. Augustine
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.a da r Opposite Alcazar, Ponce de Leon and Casino, and among; the date palms. l'revins': i( I
River view r
WM. P. KENNEY, Manager. .
:Send for booklet. CEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor.
MERRITT, FLORIDA. OX INDIAN 1I\: m. i ; 1

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. On high pine land. Health, comfort and snoit. No: better Hunting and I
The St.t George Fishing in Florida.
..: Owner and '
31. C. D. TvLKit, Mg'r. *
\ ARAGON.ATLANTA, GA. Open from January 15th, 18W. M. D. MAIIOS'

[l\TEL of the South. ,_ u _ __ '_ ___ ., "
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. WKST PALM III]AC 11.
ommercial, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located, only three blocks Strictly first-class in every respect. Rates: |2.50 per day and upward ._- --- ... .
ton Union deoot, at highest point' in city and away from all noise dirt and smoke Special weekly and season rates.
nun trams. Every'modern Improvement known to science. Cui81ne unexcelled Seminole Hotel .
tiny hotel in the South. Free Bus meets all trains: Rates, American plan, *
->50 to $1.50 per day; European plan, $1.00 to $3.00 per day. THE FLORIDA ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

GEO., W. COLLIER, Jr., Manager. J Capacity 250. Rates reduced from $( to $7 and OPEN ALL TIlE YEAR.

$3 per day. A large, well appointed, admirably located hotel, !giving the com WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.
forts and service without the cost of i Ithe more expensive ones. Elevator,
Holland ATLANTA, OA. Steam Heat, Hot nnd Cold Baths, etc. Correspondence or personal This hotel Is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to .
Ih investigation may save' you much. Open until may. the railway depot. Ftee'buss to and from trains Boats attached to the hotel .
27-29 Auburn Avenue. Du. T. A. WORRALL, Manager. J. T. SKILES, Prop'r. with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00:! per day aDd
upwards; special rates by the week or month. ,

Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences. GEORGE ZAI'F, Propiletor. 1
Algonquin Hotel. ,
MRS. F. A. VOORIIEES, Proprietress, II
WEST PALM( BEACH: FLA.
Rates, $1.00 to $1.50 per day. Phone 1629. King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FGA.O The Palms
A.first-clans hotel, situated on beautiful Lake
Refitted, newly furnished and under
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O located Worth, opposite HO1l1I'olnciana. Kluctilolights: ,
( new management. Centrally electric bells, baths, etc. $:J, $1.50: and $3: per day. Special rates by week.
LITIIIA SPRINGS, GA.He F t j near all points of interest. Largo sample : The ('almaVest Palm Beach, Fla.
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I room for use of traveling men. Over.
Plaza and ...
looking Monuments. A full -- -
SPRINGS, GA. view of the ocean and rolling breakers MIAMI.HOTEL .
e Sweetwater S e' Park Hotel t I MOSTLITIIIA RESORT HOTEL from the piazzas. Baths, gas, electric
: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 $2.50 per day. Special rates by the week. MIAMI I MIAMI, Biscayne" Hay, FLA.
commodious, modern.high-grade hotel; steam heat; electric lights. Cuisine Open all year. C. F. COX, Propiietor. ,
unexcelled.' The wonderful Bowden Lithhv Spring and Its health- ,
producing bath. Magnificent bath house in connection with hotel and Pleasure grounds, extending flvii hundrnd feet to liver; boating and fishing;
under the same roof. Turkish, massage, vapor, electric and needle baths. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. eight hundred feet veranda. .
Write for Illustrated Booklet.. JAMES E. HICKEY, Proprietor, THE ABBEY .
Lithia Near the City Gates. St. George Street. A. R. TIIOMPS6N, Prop.r.} JOHN 8. BOWEN: Manager.
Springs, Ga. ..
y Dry atmosphere, beautiful drives, every facility for outdoor sport. ----
Hot Sulphur Baths free to guests. Electric Bells. Rates, 2.00 per day.

Special rates by the week or season, Hotel 1
Conolly MIAMI, FLORIDA I
JACKSONVILLE.. LOCKWOOD & TEAHEN, Proprietors. .

Best $2.00 per day house In tile city. Special rates by tho week.

1'fHE'} ST. JAMES JACKSONVILLE: FLA. PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. O. 1'. I1UNTINOTON, r
Season 1808-1899. Open Dec. 18, 1898. Proprietor.
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The St. James needs no Introduction to visitors of Florida. From a small This hotel Is now pen for ROOMS ONLY. It Is centrally located, near MAGNOLIxY SPICINGS, FLA.
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beginning in 1809( the St. James has increased in size and added to its appoint- Postoffice. Bank and Cathedral.
cents with increasing popularity of the tomists' travel to Florida.The Itooms, COcts to 1.00 per day; $1.50 to $0.00( per week. *

location is unsurpassed, being on the highest ground in Jacksonville, V. D. SANCHEZ, Manager. Magnolia Springs Hotel MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, FLA.,
Jdne the St..James Park. (St.. Johns River).
Baggage checked to all points. .
Its music, as In the past seasons! will be furnished,by Prof. Ed Prouty's Oraestra PALATKA.Graham Twenty-eight:( miles south of Jacksonville by the Jacksonville, Tampa & Key
and will be of the high grade. This house, as in the pant, is under the West Railway and river steamers. Open fires In all rooms. Steam heat. .
Management of'J. R. Campbell, and everything will be done for the comfort and Elevator. Pure spring/ water. No mosquitoes. 1Ve11-kept /golf course.
pleasure of its guests. Address by mail or telegraph, Tennis, Shooting, fishing! Boating, Drives, Swimming pool. $3.01) and $1.00
Hotel l per day. 4" O. 1). WKAVEY, Manager.
J. R. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla. PALATKA, I LORlDA.J .
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The only Brick Hotel In town. Electric lights and bells. Open the year THE BANANA INDUSTRY. HoiiKplliic
FLA. round. Service strictly first-class. / -
Hotel PlacideJACKSONVILLE Rates: $2.50 per day and up. Special by the week or month, and to families. The demand this season for certain M1 ,

Mits. :M. L. BARNHART, kinds of fruits may, bo greatly helped ::

Iroprietress.OIt11IONI through tho curtailment of offerings of Dyspepsia Powders. ;

Centrally Located. Most comfortable hotel in the city. All conveniences --- ... -- .- -...--. .. -- --.-. bananas. This tropical fruit long since <
Unexceptionable cuisine. 'Bus meets all trains. Ample Sample Room accommodations ). took Its place In every! market of tho ;
: for Commercial Rates, $2.50 day. Cures Indigestion, Sour Stomach Kruc-
men. per e country, big and little, and Is a sharp j ,
Conducted under the able and efficient management ofGEORGE competitor for the favor of customers. ions, Belohlngs,\l'Ilos, Itching of ,

WILSON & CO.Travelers' HOTEL GOQUINA ,0IntoND. Y.TIIE-SEA, FLA. Just now a question which is agitating Skin, Liver Troubles} I'olpltaI

- the fruit trade Is the extent of Interference lion of the Heart, oto.DIUKOTIOKH ss

Open for the Winter Season. Fine Surf Bathing, Fishing and Wheeling with the importation of bananas -

New MRS., M..V ANCm, l'rol'rlctor.MELROSE from Central America by reason of the :-A powder bcfoio meals: .
The Hotel. war with Spain. Our annual Imports "of and at bedtime.
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Management. bananas are $4OIXXM()() () to $5,000,000. "

HALL ORMOND, FLORIDA. Those are received chiefly' at Now Orleans Twenty Powders, J5: cents.. 't''/ '',;
SYDNEY IIAIGII, Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Now York, Boston, Mobile and ''/\
On the Halifax River, and one mile from the Sea; situated In a grove o f Philadelphia about the order mimed.) J
palms and live oaks. Interior furnished with baths and heated by ho Depot: l'
If there is serious curtailment of
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. water. First-class in every respect. any
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. W- Facilities for driving,' boating and fishing. Terms moderate.Address Imports, the markets for home grown SAMUEL EDEN, M. D.; ,.j ,
: SCOBIE & L1PPINCOTT.TITU8VILLI2. products, such as oranges, dry fruits, i
;:r Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. strawberries, etc., should be helped. BROOKLYN, N. Y. :: .,

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-- laiOBushviIck Avenue
Restricted offerings of banana must

mean a better demand for other fruits.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,
Hotel Roseland No appreciable Influence In observable
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FREE .i
Farm.
Ostrich
the
:Near IN'=LAST RIVRR :OTEIJ: up to the present lime, the markets

On beautiful lawn bowling being well supplied with bananas, what CONSULTATIONwith
your way South stop at Roseland. Three acres .
be the possibilities of the fu
alleys Roseland must leto TITUSV1LLE ever may
tennis court, croquet grounds and other amusements. ,
to be appreciated. If come to Florida this winter, call and see us. The ture. Cuba has not furnished much of our home treatment. We are fi:
you INDIAN RIVER, this fruit for a long time. Jamaica,
km of Jacksonville. Located on St. John's River. Take car at station. Tran- physicians, and you get tho benefitof
tot! north or south.S. FLORIDA.J. which Is a very heavy shipper, especially our experience No matter what
rates, $(J.OO to $10.00 per week. Stop on your way
to Boston, utilizes English. ship almost your trouble Is, bow simple or bow
R. KNOX, Manager. .. -
'-'. exclusively. Enormous numbers of ba hopeless, we can do you good, andIf
'G. BAST, nanas come from Central America to the we can't we will honestly tell you

ii: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Opposite ,, + Manager. gulf and middle Atlantic ports. 'o. Thousands of tired weary, sick '
L OXFORD St James Hotel. Extensive Importers have expressedfears and hopeless people have been entirely
that the business may be Inter. and permanently cured by
Open nil the Year,,
Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and. I ar t a Qm ruplod.<<\, in which event the fruit avail.
the Oxford a pleasant i1 ;
homelike, and special effort.made to give I all who stop at Jack. able will be greatly reduced In supply COMPOUND
a-trial when in
stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford !L1j4Y Only a few minute I and command greatly advanced price. '
Ion vl1le, OXYGEN :t
r< walk from Railway *tattons
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. and steamboat land, Yet the opinion U quite general that
-- 4 Ings. ships carrying a neutral Hag may be Why not take heart again and Investigate ,

On the bank of thfarfamed readily employed in the business, enabling this great principle We have
'r the JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '' cg' Indian River American Importer to secure thousand of testimonials. Send for

Andreu House No. 818 Newnan St. -- nearly or quite normal supplies Total book on home treatment, wonderful

,' board, Me. -- Imports of bananas last year representeda cures to the sick, etc., flee;
American I and European. Rates, $1.00 per day. Room' without house eon UOCKLEDGI:. value of $',01:16: ,<<1.10. Owing to the gen.

per sect day.with Special rare to !permanent Ask guests. Street at cars No.passing 318 Newnan St. eral cheapening of this fruit,'the tonnage DRS. STARKEY & PALEN .
train and boats ,
oonductorAtNoD'Wt owner and Proprietor Increases even with smaller showing In

--- HOTEL INDIAN RIVER, ROCKLEDOE, FLA. the aggregate values; Imports In '00 :11112 Glrnnl St., IMilln., Pa. \

were 1,50:1,0(10:' ( ud In '93 $ ,MIOoO.- Ot IT feb 800
JACKSONVILLE, FLAIl The largest, leading and best located hotel at this beautiful resort Agriculturist

otel Geneya Cor. Forsyth and Cedar Street 75 Room at $3.00 per day; 75 Room.at $3.50 per day; 75 Roous at $...00 pe i

Completed ,' bath, etc., on every: floor.< Ga s day. Special Weekly Rate ndWkliEty Istltlcured Flushed cheek, throbbing temple,
sod in 1895.: Modern Implement Artistically and elegantly furnished, The only hoU>l at Rockledge with steam-heated ball and sleeping room a( hum' without nausea, lassitude lost appetite, sallow
electric lights, passenger elevator. looking for low rates for OrstclsecotnmodaUons Electric light/ plant, elevator and orchestra. ,The perfection of cuisine anc OPIUM llou Urn pain Bk"of pr.' complexion, pimple" blotches, are warning a
kecognlzing are "nt p
the fact that Tourists reasonable prices by the week, service. Naphtha launches. PLENTY OF ORANGES. II. .. M WOOL LU : *. Take Dr. M. A" ,Immon. Liver
this house Is making ve'\Y\ eefci y we* on appllcatloo. S. PROSKEY. e., lot Mori I'rlor'L Medicine.11II .
month or 'eaaon. Rate, per day, $2.00. MRS. J. C. TERRY, Prop.

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l Among those that had the biggest Iud t have ever had here-not even losing their :
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was Mrs, Thomas, );. Harbour and Mr,. leaves. This fact, together with the apparent ROBBINS & GRAHAM :
G. F. Hanna. They made some of thE adaptability of our hammock
best catches of the season. land for producing fine trees, has per GROCERIES; FRUITS and VEGETABLES, of All Kin
P suaded moat of our residents that a
Mr.of Kramer his graphophone gave an open-air last Friday exhibition eve., grove i 14 about b'esttblng cultivate, ...La.vv yora.. .. Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage SolicitedTITUSVILLE '
and it Is probable that a few hence
years -
ning, to the enjoyment of a pleased audience. FLORIDA
our peninsular will be one of the most
valuable sites In Florida for growing WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND

Supervisor O'Brien, of the F. E. C. citrus fruits; they will undoubtedly displace
-, Railway, was here Wednesday morning,, the pineapple which has heretofore UNITED STATES COURTS. =. LI. RRe AD Y d<:, :S Rp,

looking oVur the railroad property al t taken the lion's share of attention. But .
BENJ. W. JEROME,. this point. we shall always feel proud of our gardens Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & ,Fancy Groceries, I Fn

on the island, anp no wonder for And Food Products all kinds (1raln Bran
Rev. B. 'r. Drown will hold regnlai ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished of IIay Cotton Seed Meal,Gm
State Representative PENNSYI.I. services at St. Johns church Sunday they always make 'winter or early Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively Ut
VANIA JUON WORKS CO., fo next. Morning service at 1130 and evening spring crop, In spite of frosts; one grower for Lands in Brevard and Dade the above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit your natM. '
; >the :Sale: of GLOBE OAS ENGINES+ service at 730. of netted beans over fifty dollars on four crates. Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., Tltusvllle. faf'; .
recently.
JUariae and '
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Selling\ : Agent COLMAN ACETYLENJ E evening, en route to New Smyrna. -
1 GAS MACHINES. Safest, Cheal|:-. She will be taken to Wilmington, Del., LaGrange.Jim Lesley & :Motlow: <
cut and (lest light for private dwell I I. this summer for overhauling. We have a large List ,
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and ,
1", lags stores. Mrs. Henry W. Merrill and mother Ennis bad the misfortune to los of Lands owned by (Successors to LOSLET RENAKER & CO.)
} For prices, catalogues and estimate I, Mrs. Wright, of Kansas City, who passedthrough his mule this week. .

add reM, will vlsit.the here family a few days of John ago W.for Merrill.Tropic B. F. Ives and family left here Mon v ourselves and clients. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Ruins, Gins and Wh1sNn
TJENJ. W. JEROME, '
for their home in Camden, N. J.
{t The houseboat Rochester left Monday Bottled Beers, Ales and Start. _
Rockledge, Fla. Some of our boys will be ready to shipa ] Price for unimproved
of last week for a ten days cruise down
few beans In three or four weeks- A First-class Line of Cigars. *.* Billiard and Pool
Tables
and John
i the river. Mr. Mrs. T. Smith,
iThe Annenser-Bnsch Brewing Asso'ion of this place, and Mr. Drink water and some that were covered. lands $3 to $100 Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given: to n>

party, of Melbourne, are passengers.Mrs. Orange trees are not killed as bad as orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW Titnsville,Th

es, Turnout St.Louis Keg and Bottled Beer. Youngs, )Ir. and Mrs. W. P. was first expected. There are trees on' per acre.
Mr. Ives' place full of bloom.
Bold by Mem.Lesley& Mottow, Tltusvllle, Fla'. Youngs, of New York, who have been -
t Jly Mr.J.I).Crabb, Cooon, Kla. guests of Hotel Granada the past week, Robert Singleton has just returned WE have a few Residence, Orange
S By Mr. W.J.Tucker, Fort Pierce, Fla. left for Palm Beach Wednesday, where from Havana, where he went some days j
and In de-
they will spend a short season at Hotel ago in charge of ten cars of cattle. He Grove Pineapple Properties
f; ...JOSEPH ZAPF... Royal Poinciana.J. says he may go back in a few weeks. sicable locations. Prices Reasonable. T1 ; A LESSON IN COOKING
.. I
Wholesale Beer and Liquors Maxwell Randall, |lot Boston, who Chas. Woodward, of New Castle, Pa., A course dinner so as to have it done sa'
.I has been a gnest of J. A. Gilbert the contemplates spending next winter at or 5 TITUSVILLE isfactorily, or in baking or roasting
past three months, left for Daytona and near LaGrange. He Is a great lover of OFFICES : j 1 and MIAMI.MILLIERY.. I be given the cook that
West Bay Street, Magnolia Springs last Thursday, where fishing, and will fish in the lakes west of uses one of on
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,, he will spend the, remainder of the win- here. Steel Ranges; such as she never had b<
I ter. fore. Flaky pies light cakes
Quite a crowd of young folks attended and we!
)lr. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson and Miss a colored cake-walk in Titusville one baked breads, with a small consumption

Southern Home Wilson left for their home at Chicago on night last week. Henry Carlile carried coal, delights the housekeeper. Our 8t<)x
Tuesday. Mrs. Wilson was in very fee- the party on a straw ride in the ox cart. ... f of steel ranges, cooking and heating store
ble health on her arrival here last fall, All claim a pleasant time.
Mocking Bird Food. but we are pleased to note that she has is worth looking at.
much improved during her and DRESSMAKING.
fc- very stay.
Please write us whenever you fall to
25cts per Ib.5Ibs. The town election passed off very receive the ADVOCATE. 0 v. M
quietly Tuesday. The following ticket
for $1 .OO I was elected: Albert Bennett, mayor; .
1 W. J. Nesbitt, C. L. Taylor. George T. East Coast Meat Market JAS. PRITCHARD & SON
r' Fresh Every Day. Paddlson, Wm. Treutler and Alex Wear, \ ,

,, Manufactured by aldermen; S. K. Watts, assessor and .
treasurer; Aaron Bennett, marshal and (I. F. DUREN, Agent. Tl.1u.a'Vl.11e: : : F1a.
HENRY R. THOMAS J.LaVilla I Ernest clerk. Now
collector; Taylor,
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let's what the will do for
Pharmacy, see new regime CD os.
the town's welfare. s>. > ESTABLISHED 1875.
Cor. Adams and Madison Sts., ..... _. ,
Paul Mittelstaedt left here last week U2c .
'
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. for Guatamala, where he will take charge ..:..>... w \JVtCl.:: -, -<&.. IBOTTIESS: :: d5 CO
of a coffee plantation. A. Werner went :)

E. H. ARMSTRONG with him. Paul Is the young man who _:) ,=:::::a. GRAIN GARDEN
came to grief In Tampa about a year ago SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS
where he was robbed of his money by
I. '
...Specialist... men wearing the U. S. army uniform. =aCD, 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
He is a son of the commander of thoGerman _. U2
cruiser, Kaiserln Abgusta, = CD- We handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Ha
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. which figured conspicuously at Manilla U2. OOf Mall Orders Solicited Satisfaction 'Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright an
recently. = Guaranteed. 'dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
Titusville ,- Florida., Star Brand Fertmzers-Onaranteed
Analysis Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer Pure Gronn
Located at Clarke's Pharmacy, N E. Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds, Bone,Nitrate Soda, Muriate of Potash, Sulphate Potash, Kalnlt These fertilizers have n
Jensen.Mrs. superior In the market,and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue free.
THE MOST COMPLETEElectrical Titusville, Fla.
Cor. Bay and Laura Streets.'

M.Coon is giving her residence a Supply House state:: "

Only Specialist and exclusive dealer In dressing in the shape of a coat of paint. ]MRS. DEISNER'S: BOARDING HOUSE The "Ideal Hat Fastener.
Goods located is the ,
Optical permanently in Her son, Wheeler, artist. THE JOHNSON LAW CO
the the round. .
city year Eyes carefully I
Misses' Parham Williams and Coon TITUSVILLE, FLA.
,
J" and scientifically tested, and glasses cord will find it Boon
'''y reotlv fitted.. Oculists' prescriptions made a pleasure trip to Palm Beach one ELECTRICIANS, Bicyclists a
day last week to view the ,beauties' of
'Q 71111 Jt' : carefully reasonable filled., and absolute All prices accuracy just guar.and that popular winter resort. Jacksonville Florida. Board and Room, One Dollar Per Day. The most useful and salable invention out. No hat pins required for bats o

rJ'\\, anteed. A dancing class has been organizedfor sonnets. ,
Great inducements to agents. Quick sales and large profits Send for part!
the benefit of those who have
: Office hours: 0:00 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. am- When in need of White and Rye Bread, liars and Address "
clroulrrs. "I.
', bitions in that direction. 'The town H. F, No. 700 South Pryor St.,
Northeast Cor. Bay:and Laura Sts.: atClarke's hall is used for the display of budding Pies, Cakes, etc., go to Mrs. Deisner's 28?""Prompt attention given. Atlanta, Ga.
;; Pharmacy. City Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses, .
.
d r ... accomplishments.Our lotels and families supplied. I
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town presents quite n cosmopolitan
Ir
i, For Sale. appearance with its variety of horses .
and mules. What we need most is the : r Chance of Life Time !
y / At Daytona, Fla., five and ten acre filling In the gapon the shell road between HEAR & TAYLOR, a
lots choice vegetable and orange lands. Eden and Jensen. As it is, there U.
Cheap for cash, or will make liberal is a stretch of shell at both ends. By f i Artesian Well
terms. Address filling up this centre space, we would
i, C'OUKTLAND, BUCKMAN, then have the two places connected by a l II .A magnificent property will be sold at all.I .
road. We understand that there CONTRACTORS
good
22 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. ti'l ,
fqc has been a petition circulated'Q8klnc,: the 4t
county commissioners to put down 1 ; Eau Gallia Fla
"'Sam Perkins is Dyeili ." another section entirely north of and '
separate, from that already down. We t 'rl ) I GENUINE BARGAIN.
Gentlemen's clothing Cleaned, pressed think that the road should be made continuous -
and repaired. Dyeing In all its branches. between the two places first,' as -Never fail to read our inside pages. ,
Old clothing,: made to look equal to new. it is the part most in use. As it Is, the Edison LaLande cell, type "V," for You will always find something to in
All orders by,mall or express promptly) two extreme ends are-one north of marine gas engine: ignition. t erest you. About eight acres of Grove In as fine condition as any on Indian River, con
;k, attended to. Prices low. Work good. Eden-the other south of Jensen. We .I taming a comfortable six room Cottage, large' Cistern, and the finest Packin
Satisfaction guaran ed. think our commissioners will readily see House In Brevard County.,
1 SAM FKUKINS Cleaner and Dyer, the importance of filling In this
gap
Titusville, Fla. with tlie ,first instalment of shell that FOR STOREKEEPERS TO NOTK JE I Situated about mid-way between Rockledge and Cocoa; Convenfent to tli

10 years in Sanford, Fla. can be secured. Churches, Stores, etc., of both.

Quite a number of our citizens are For further particulars, apply
denoral Merchandise Store for planting orange and grape-fruit trees, Benedict Pollak & Co. Wholesale Honse.ie toWALTER GOODYEAR,

Sale or Rent. and there seems to be a general inclination J, Dept. A., 3 to1 7 W. 20th St.,
In that direction. In the past but
little attention has been paid to these Mosquito Netting, made and unmade, fii mesh. Sandfly Netting and Screen New York, X. 1

Has good tan good patronage fruits, there being an idea that they Cloth. Ducks and Georgia.Checks and Co ttonados. Coati Cotton, in all num.new -
hers 41cts. doz. Show Cases old or ones. Special. attention paid toad
per ,
could not be
{ :and comfortable tenement; also stook of grown successfully on our
ntt, goods and all fix tor on, etc., for store and comparatively t.hln'sol1. Hut the results correspondence. Traveling men on the ro constantly. We only sell to dealers, When in JACKSONVILLE
jj* post office complete. of those who have had trees plant. corporations and hotels. Anything usually kept by storekeepers in our line we I The Clyde.
Address, A. J. OLDS.. M., ed has dispelled this delusion, and it Is have in stock.' Liberal terms and liberal t eatment Visit the nr-

+; Wave\and, Fla. generally conceded that they can be BEI EDICT, POLLAK & CO., .
made one of our most profitable ,crops. The finest SALOON in the South.
4e The freeze of 1814-05! nor,the late freeze 32, 34, 30 Wi eat Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA., ,
UJT" Reading notice ads. on tills page did the least damage to trees here; andas
aro live cents per line per week. they come la the winter there will no The best liquors that money can fen]

Interference with the pineapple ciop. In
fact, they can be grown on the same Jacksonville Builders'Building Supply Company.
Eau Galie. ground without detriment to each other.I of all the favorite brands constantly on band. ,
do not wish to be understood as meaning .

that orange groves can be ,grown on Brl.'o1E.. SMITH & MUNCH, Proprietors!
School closes all the land through this section; but : : :
next week.
that with proper selection they can be SidowLL11.: : Briolt.'Pitrifiod : .
h4. Bean growers complain that their new made more successful than in many : : : Lrnd Fl.r: '0 Brio1: 2IJtWELED.
r a in good locations. It is strange, but
Arthur
Bennett is home from school, : :. ,
." assisting his father In the store. nevertheless true, that men often require
\
that the best things In nature be forced P1as1or.:
; The sloop, Princess, and party have upon them before they will avail themselves Lathe: itnd Sling: Los.oto.. Jewelry Diamonds]
returned after a month's very enjoyable : of their uso. South Brevard has SO"gUor Tljpo: oto.: ; ,
," cruise. been a little slow in' taking this matterIn f
(e1 I
Mr and Mrs. George T Paddlson have hand but now that she has realized a Write or call and you will bo pleased wi20L!1th the prices. Souvenirs, Wedding Rings and Present

a new girl at their house. Dr. Holmes "good thing" ," she knows how to "pushit aura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.DDELL.

; 'was in attendance. along. -1 FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIR! ]

,',: J. O. Fitch and daughter, of Grand &ILVERW
; Rapids, Mich., after a few days visit Waveland. E. A. WA.: A SPECIALTY.
' : here, left Thursday for Palm Beach. ,
'I Rev. Robert Lovell held It is curious to note how people Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one'way. R. J. RILES,,
cervices at Miami City and ]Dade County -
J;. the Baptist church last Sunday. Mr. change their opinions about things as 223 W, Bay St., JAcssoNYILLL, F
. their of them increase. A
Lovell a theologian and knowledge :
young ,
quite =
1, eloquent. few years ago it was supposed that the -
EstatA
r orange would not succeed well in this Real e Bureau. ANDREW
The steamer, Silver King! was up from part of the state, but the trees here disprove LOS.LEY....
Stuart the first of last week for some any' such belief to any one taking

-'t-': I slight noon. repairs, returning Tuesday after.' shipped the trouble from to here Investigate.this winter The commanded fruit Select List of BAT BISCATNE PROP City Lots, fruit and Vegetable WATCHMAKER and JEWELER

r+ II. D. Johnson, one of our regular; win. the vary highest prices, and Tracts of all sues for Investments Phosphate' and Orange Grove Lands ont A

,". ter visitor, left for Palm Beach last those having bearing trees are -counted
Friday, from whence he will go to Havana very lucky, as the frost has played such West Coast._:... _?. Titusville i Florida.
for a short visit. havoc In the !groves further north that For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Ages! for (CHAFFEE'S DRUG STOKE.)
prices are !getting higher each year for & Co.Fertilizers. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS Having been connected wltb some of the biggest watch and clock factories! I IGenova
Quite a select little fishing party were the best Florida fruit which comes from ARMOUR C Switzerland, I
am clesng
\!" over at the mouth of Banana river a'few Indian River. Oar groves were not Chicago, III. Chicago, DL I connected with winches prepared to attend to aU kinds of repairing and dos
y day ago, and met with great success. I damaged. in the least by any cold we Avenue D, over Bank, MI:AMI, FLORIDA. lend mo :your work clocks" jewelry, etc. If :you want a goOd job

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