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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: March 24, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00012
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS nr-BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc.-a nice as- 1.0'. W. BEERS, OF ST. AUGUSTINE, BOYDELL BROS. PAINTS varnishes VILL HAVE IN A few days some AMONG THE HOTELS. j

sortment at Screven's Drug Store Fla., has the largest line of Bicyclesand and brushes!, 0 K Queen cook stoves, nicely painted and stenciled Hilling's ----
Titusville.Mr. .
of General Interest. Sundries in the State. Write him Linseed oil\ colors ground oil. All Florida wheelbarrows and carts. Re WIIKIIK to stop. See list of hotels oa
lad Topics for prices on new '00 models. came in since the freeze; come In and member aro tho only ones on the our 7th and bth pages. :

get the benefit of the reduced prices. East Coast who handle these good
-: E. L.
Brady returned, yesterday The AnvocATE I I..* now on file at all '
En. Cocoa Fla. will bo sold at reduced 'Ice. 1
In connection STILINQ They a
General Gostlp from Miami. pi
,.? and BOYS SHIRT WAISTS, In new pat. tho best hotels In New York city. '
Worth, Indian Send in order to
Bl o yne Bay, Lake terns In dark your !
Ulth ; and light colors, at
I canna and naUfax RI.en. Key Went was-Capt.in town W.yesterday.II. Sharpe, of Sharpes, TUB: EAGLE CLOTHING STORE. THE EAGLE CLOTHING STORE Is EDWARD STIMNO, Cocoa, Fin. Manager Jos. P. Greaves, of Hotel Alcazar '
1 Important Points alonjt the recent vinttor to tho
,n other won a Royal
lad and novel lino of
displaying! a new k
I Cot of Florida. Brief mention ofeating -Capt. R. A. Hardee, of Sebastian THE ANKONA SCHOOL. Poinclnnn, Palm Bench. 1
lilt Shirts
: and effects
I Events from Various Parts arrived in town -Mr. M. A. Stewart, of Lotus, Is Negligee ; new patterns\
yesterday. -
About People You Know building a new residence.Did ; prices moderate. Mr. John Anderson, one of the popular 1
J of the World t -Easter comes on April 2nd this The Ankona school, under tho maMotC.I / proprietors of Hotel Ormond, ban returned -
Picked ,
I Don't Know i I
and people You year-a week from next Sunday you hear about that little exciting mont of Mrs. (!. 1', McCnrty, closed on homo after a pleasant visit to I
1 by Our Society Editor and a large It af fJf affair In town last night ? *-Capt. John Houston returned to Eau last Frltla The patrons and lends of Palm Bench and Miami. "

Correspondents scattered along: the Judge D. L. Gaulden left here nllie, Wednesday, after spending a few the school{met in the spacious parlors of
yesterday -
I tilt Coat of Florida. for Miami, on some law business.Mr. made-Big with catches hook and of fish line aro off Titusville.Mr. now being. days in ,town. Jr.. anti Mrs W. Ii. Tancre at o'clock Miami Manager, passed John through S. 'Rowcn here, of Tuesday Hotel, 1

to listen to a interesting
very / programme/ ,
Henry M. Flagler and party Joe Dawson the well-known on route to White Springs) Fin., whero
THE ADVOCATE, Chnnge of Steamboat Sehednle.Commencing <<. given by tho school, which consisted of a
annum, In advance. have returned from a trip to Nassau. New York drummer, is in town today. songs, reel tat long and declamations by ho will remain ncouplo of weeks or so. 1

$1.50 jl 1,00 per" six months, '. -Read the new ad. of Gay Bros., Pa- ;-Mr. J. Mlddleby and family! of City next Monday, the 27th lisa Mario Schubert, Malcolm Moore, Manager Henry W. Merrill, of the Ilo
countries. latka, on our 8th page. It interest Brian McCarty, Wenzel and Oscar Schu I tellto'all'alm, gave an excellent birthday -
may
$2.00 per an. to foreign Point, have been on a trip down Indian Inst., there will be only one steamer I
bert. The pupils acquitted themselves dinner to several friends Saturday
you. River. running through to Palm Beach (St. on -
Reading notice ads. are ten cents admirably, and the programme/ proceedd evening In tho dining room of tho
:y- -Mr. Sebastian) from Tltusvlllo leaving at 4
1 r line on tbls page. Henry Olmstcad, one of EauGallie's -Mr. T. G. Ronald, of Lotus, is setting o'clock and without a failure or mistake, showing Royal Palm.
m. Tuesdays Fridays
reliable merchants was in town p. ,
out a great cabbage palms on the excellent manner In which they were '
many '
f -Mr. Harry Watton, of Clifton, .wasDto'O yesterday.Mr. his place. The steamer St. Augustine will leave Tlusville trained. The muttlo was furnished byMr Hotel Plaza Rockledgo: under the
Mondays Wednesdays and Saturdays management of Mr. S. II. Pock, of the
Wednesday.Mr.
John Myers, who has been at [ and Mrs. Pomeroy, which consisted
-Mrs. B. R. Wilson and some of her at 4 o'clock p. m.-Mondays to Arlington, Petoskoy, Mich., In still open
. Chas. T. Harper, of Courtenay, Lake Worth for several weeks, has returned of mandolin ducts and A solo, entitled,
children left here, yesterday, to attend Melbourne; Wednesdays to St. Lucie. for the reception of guests. Fishing at
Iras in town a day or so this week.Mr. to town. the picnic at Indinnola. River, and Saturdays:! to Rooklodge. "Little very Boy much Blue.by which the audience wan appreciated und- Rockledgo Is now In Its prime.

_ Frank E. Bond, 'of tbe Bond -Mr: and Mrs. Andrew J. Onderdonk. -There will be a picnic at Indianola was very ably rendered. At the close of Under the management of Mrs. M. B.

Lumber Co., was in town on Monday.Mr. of New York, after spending several o-day.. and a dance in the club-house To Protect Your Orange Tree. ho programme, lIon. John H. Same Mahon, Nevins' Rlvervlew hotel, at liferi j

I Wade Jones left here Monday, weeks in Nassau, have gone: to Asheville, o-nlght. Everybody is invited. spoke; very ably to the school giving ritt, line met with much success, tho ,

for-Klondike, situated west of St. Lucie. N.lawyer C. :Mr.in Wall Onderdonk street. is a well-known -Mrs. A. Barrelle, after spending the Mr. Wm. H. McFarlaiul will attend them advice! and many valuable tiioughts.o cuisine being highly praised by her n.umorol1s ;
remember In tho future. Then a
the Farmers' Institute meeting at Cocoaon guests.
winter with her Mrs. ,
in town
daughter
I of Eau Gallie ,
-Mr. Wm. Treutler, -Mr. C. B. of Detroit Mich. next the 30th lost. anlimako luncheon was served to all, which consisted -
Hodges, Thursday
,
and Wednes /has. K. Kenon, left for ,DeLand yes- Tho Florida East I Const Hotel Company t :
In town on Tuesday of sandwiches several kinds of
was Is down'at Palm Beach making a tour of ; an address. He will also demon. nnnounccH the closing dates of the i
day. the East Coast, and taking in all the erday.Mr. striate his tent-protection theory, and cake and lemonade. All enjoyed voiy various btl\1l1os'of the as follows.

I -On onr 2nd pace will\ be found par- sights. This pleasant gentleman is manager and Mrs. J. O. Walton and give; those present some practical hints inch, and felt when they wont away Ponce de Loon, April 18; Alcazar, May 'I
ticulars of St. Patrick's Day celebrationat of the Detroit Lubricator Co. Claude Walton, .after visiting Merritt, all to the easy 'manner In which the that i they wore amply paid for going. 1' Rotal Polnclann, Palm Bench, April
lockledge and Eau Gallle\ The audience consisted of nearly the entire -
are now enjoying
be erected
tents can over trees
Merritt. orange I 10 Palm Bench Inn !J'l
at April Royal
-Mrs. Hugh :McLaughlin, Miss Laura themselves at Palm Beach. community. AVismni.Kleotrlo ; ; i
whenever n cold wave IH nnticipated. Victoria
Palm Miami, April 10 Royal
McLaughlin, Mrs. Thos. F. Nevins and ; '
THE GRAND CUT in Ladies' Oxfords Mr. John J. 'Cashman, all of Brooklyn, -The Titusville\ Social Club bad Its All who are Interested in the glowing of Nassau, May; Ormond, April 1 d
is still going on at usual dance in the house oranges should be present at the above Merritt.
weekly
for
opera Light
N. Y. were on yesterdaY'8south.bound
TUB EAGLE CLOTHING STOKE. passengers meeting. The Hibiscus, on Lake Worth, Is a
attendance
train, en route to Merritt. Wednesday night, the being very_delightful, !house to stop at. Manager I
-Mr. T. G, Ronald, of Lotus, has They had been on a visit to Daytona.Mr. fairly good. The evening, however, wasa / Mr. Thos. F." Nevins, a well-known Leon II, Cllloy and his ofllce staff, ; ,

been spending a couple of days in Day- S. 'N. Graham, who has been little too warm whist for dancing.last Therewas NEW SUMMER CLOTHING at the citizen of Brooklyn, N. Y., I U still makIng M r. Will J. Oetzof, cashier; and Mr. II. L.

lena this week. upending the winter in Miami, was in the first a progressive: party bv Miss night, Eagle Clothing Store; new patterns in considerable Improvements on his loss, room-elork, me all up-to-date hotel : I
being won Maggie
schedule prize washable goods are the nobby styles fine pleco of at Merritt. In ad- men. Proprietor Goo. C. Ilowe showed ,
-Look out for a change in the town Tuesday, visiting his brother, Wal- of Hackensack N. J. and the property
Ramsey, ; this itlon to other things, he has had four good judgment when he added tho III- "
of the steamers leaving Titusville\ ter Graham, of the ADVOCATE stall. lie second by Mr. Willlngham, of this town. lIelllon. !
the south. was on his way to Tampa, where he will large artesian wells driven: R8 well as a blsctu to tho number of hit well-kept \ 1
spend a month before going to Asbury -Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Grow, of East Will Wln'lA motor, dynamo, polos, electric wires, hot U. Those who have stopped at this >
-Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ingraham, of St. Park, N. J. for the summer. Orange, N. J., who have been on a visitto Quay two 20-ft. iron stand-pipes (to hold the well-conducted hostelry speak very highly J:
Augustine, and Mrs. II. M. Spades, of St. Augustine and Daytona, arrived in water for supplying the motive power of Manager Cllloy and his stiifT.jj/ j
Minneapolis! have been on a trip to Mi- -Mr. Adam II. Leich, councilman of Titusville, Wednesday, and gave our telegram: from Harrisburg, }'a., on to turn the Turbino water wheel) and J;
sal and Nassau. / the 7th district of the city of New York office a pleasant call. They are on a Wednesday, says: The fifty-fifth ballot other paraphernalia\ placed In position, The Boston Courier says: "A certain 1

after and member of the Local Board of Improvements pleasure trip of a few weeks' duration. taken to-day for United States Senator Is now having a dynamo house elected, very popular hostelry In Florida loca v
-Judge M. S. Jones spending a
couple' of in town,with his family was In town Saturday; last, Mr. Grow Is prominently connected with resulted: Quay (Rep.), Olj: ; Junks (Dom.), he size of which Is 20x43( feet. tod on iv strip of land lying between a l I

left Tuesday days for Orlando to resume his, ,en; route to Rockledge and other points he New York Llfd Insurance Co., of 75; Dalzell (ltep.),- Ib; Stewart (Hep'l'1) ; broad arm of the sea and the open ocean. r
official duties in the Circuit, court. south. He informed us he was taking: a New York city. From here they went toockledge. irvin (Rep.), 4; :Stone (Hop.), ; Access to It In by n long bridge spanning f i
i nuch-needecl 'rest for a few weeks- ( (Itep.,6) ; Inter (Rep ),1RIco; (Rop.), :2 I; No linage to Orange Tree.. tho sound. Lust Saturday the )houso } !

-Mr. Cbas. W. Blakeslee and family hence his trip to Indian River. Widener (Uep.), :3; Tubbs (Rep.), 7; was tilled to Ita utmost capAcity. A car- : I m
will leave their home -Capt. W. A. Coster, manager of Smith 2 Marie 1 Grow loud of coal was started across the
soon Rockledge: for (Rop.), ; (Rep.), ;
Mr. J. R. Carter of Merritt has charge
Kinaird of Eau Gallie\ !
in New Haven, Conn., where the ADVOCATE -Mr. Eugene Canaveral Club, at Chester Shoals, came ( )) 1. Total vote, 210: ; necessary to of of tho finest-looking bridge, broko through tho draw and now t j
lad a severe kick in the stomach, Mon- over to Titusville, Tuesday, having choice one young orange tho bottled In Hotel Or- j
will foollow.A u 110. Paired and not voting, :31. guests arc up 1
Merrills Island owned Mr.
day, from Mr. Bndinot Pritchard loved the clubhouse for the season. : !groves on by mind, as wore tho Spaniard In San !
special train over the J. T. & K. horse. Although a report was circulated From what we can learn, Captain Coster': T. R'. Nevins, of Brooklyn N. Y. The tiago. M(11181'11. Anderson & Price, man- '

W. Ry., Tuesday evening, took out to; the effect that he was seriously ill has made an excellent manager, und his Married lit Miami. trees never lost a leaf during the recent agars, have wired the president of the

about forty passengers that arrived on from the effects of the kick, he was wellenouJth services' have been duly appreciated by freeze, and they are covered with orange Bridge Co., that they will assume nil ex- t J

the St Sebastian, from Lake Worth.Mrs. to go home on Wednesday'strain. the members of the club. We hope to On Tuesday Mrs. Marlon Young, of blossom Mori Itts Island IH one of the penso of repairs provided tho situation <
where the tree were afocted I
places
Chas. Davies, of Jacksonville\ see him here next winter. He will California, was united In marriage to Mr. but slightly orange by the recent cold left In atatu quo until the 15th of Apill." < i

*ho made a trip as far as Palm, Beach, -Mrs. B. Curtiss, who has been, en- leave for his home In Brooklyn to-day or Valentine Mott Pierce, eldest son of Dr. wave which swept the peninsula of Flor- All of the hotel -In St. Augustlng re- I !

by way of the steamer, returned to Titus- joying a few months rest at Chester to-morrow. It. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y. The wed Ida. Mr. L. Thursby line lemon trees In port that the month of March, so far f 1 ,

yule on Friday last, and left for homethe Shoals, arrived in Titusville, Tuesday, Senator Henry Gaillard, of St. Aug. ding took placo In the largo saloon of bloom on his place, as well as orange has proven tho host that they have had )\ a 'j
next day. Mr. Davies accompaniedhis looking remarkably well after her so- ustine, arrived in town Tuesday, for the the elegant yacht Whim-Wham, owned trees. for many years. There has not boon a j i
wife to the metropolis of Florida. burn at the seaside. She had been suffering purpose of paying all merchants to by the doctor. Tho Whim-Wham tied sudden rush of arrivals and hasty departures ':

-Rev. John J. Sullivan and his broth- with a severe attack of la grippe whom the I. It. & B. B. I. N. Co. were up at the dock of Mr. Kirk Munroe at Sale of Iteolor Inland. but the people have come In s
while 'ln Brooklyn, but her recovery has Indebted. Ho even brought a check fora Cocoanut Grove and Rov. James Bolton regularly and loft again after longer j
erMr.Wm. -
5.r. J. Sullivan, 'of Brooklyn, been rapid since her arrival on the East !good round sum into the ADVOCATE was sent for to perform tho ceremony visits than usual. On this account all of ''I
visit have returned home from their Coast. Mrs. Curtiss expects to leave for office, which, goes to show that there Is There wore present: Paul Ransom and Writing us from Patchogue, L. I., Mr. tho hotels have been kept comfortably'' ;,

to Merritt. They stopped over at the north today or tomorrow.Mr. still money at the back of the above mother, Mrs. Morris Gray, Boston; Col. Janice Palmer, who, Home month ago, tilled for several weeks, and are :
Titusvllle a day or so on their way home. and Mrs. Alexander of Buffalo N. Y purchased the C.-J. Hector property at thoroughly
It IB needless to ; j
steamboat company. able to look after all of |
\\I'e and Mrs.
/ i
acknowledge: a pleasant call. and Mrs. W. L. Callin, Miss Smith of Buffalo Mrs. liolton, of Melbourne, says: "Accept my thanks t j
Va. say the senator was a welcome visitor to ; guest that arrive. It Is generally con- i :
E. Docking of Wheeling, West and check for tJ In settlement of last
-Dr. M. He returned home the Cocoanut Grove Miss'McGuffy, of Cincinnati f
F. II. Houghton, in his house several weeksat our merchants. ; coiled that n better clasH/ and larger j I
boat who have been spending 0. and Mr. and !Ir.. Kirk Mun- advertising bill. My ad. In your valuable
Dentos, still remains at Kockleage. last, same evening. ; numbers of tourists have visited the *, i
Friday
He has so much work to do that he cannot Miami, returned to town coo, of Cocoanut Grove. Hector was the means of my selling East Coast resorts this season than ever j jbeforo.
Dummitt different of inter
and left next day for orange Among the places Island to Capt. L. C. West, of i
Palm positively say when he will leave for I grove, near the Haulover canal. Mr. J. est visited by Mr. W. K. Vanderbilt and lllnols.\ The ADVOCATE Is an excellent f"|

) his Beach.south.Mr. He. will\ stop at Eau Gallieon J. Jacob, one of our well-known winter party was "Lochslde," the home of, Mr. For the Rivers of the'Mast 'Coast i advertising medium." We have Just learned before going to | J

way visitors, accompanied the above party. and Mrs. James McFarJane.) They were When you want good results, always PICKS that Mr. John Bowen, now manager i

{ J. G. Bennett and his sister, Mr. Callin is much improved in health much struck by the beautiful green Schooner-rigged house-boat, Cruiser; advertise\ In the ADVOCATE. of Hotel Miami, at Miami, has j j i

Miss Bennett, after spending several since his arrival on the East Coast. lawns and flowers and the rocky coral new; government register, 28 tons; staterooms leasod the magnificent hotel St. Louis, at > I

weeks at the New Rockledge: hotel, Rock- acknowledge receipt of two fine front. They say the view, looking down ; accommodations for 10) persons. NOTICES. Lake Munictonka, Minn. This Is a j ;
ledge, will leave for their New York -We of fish patches made recently the avenue to the ocean, reminds themof Now ready at West Jupiter station, East CHURCH largo hotel and one of the finest In the j i I ju ,j i

home Tuesday next, much to the re- photographs One is from Mr. Henry the Arc de Triumph In Paris. The Coast Line. Terms, very reasonable. north-west, and judging from the ability '
J'et' of their numerous friends. at Itockled e. Md. and the other party were afterwards entertained by Address or apply on board, Services at Jupiter, today (Friday) at shown by )If. Bowen In the handling of }!
I Bradley, of Potomac, Mrs. McFarlane at afternoon tea. Mr.: 10:30: a. m. and 1''M: p. m. help u* well as pleasing guests In the
of New b, E. STKAKNH owner
YOU from Judge R. II. Lalmbeer, jr.adorn, the 'Vanderbilt eemed to enjoy the quiet West Jupiter, ,Fla. Eden, Sunday morning at 11 a. III., and past, the St Louis. will surely do an Ira- (
WILL MAKE NO MISTAKE BY York. Both pictures now of this charming and Waveland-Jenson at3:30ir. m. la
where restfulness spot, a mouse business Mr Bowen a young
by buying your Lewis' 0J( Mount Vernon walls of the ADVOCATE callers-especl office, second visit was made the day before his Jensen, In the Hall, at 7JO::!< p. m. man yet but has had ten or. twelve! year i 1 j

Hunter's Rye, Old Valley Rye, they may be seen I by all departure, be spending several hours OWING TO THE LATE FREEZE I Tltuivllle-There will be service every practical experience In his line, and year.

Urns. L. Adams. Old Buchanan, (sour ly diciples of Sir Isaac Walton. made Messrs. tbeie.-Lake Worth News. will now close out my stock at reduced morning next week, except Monday, at ago when manager of Suwannoo Springs. .
a
Marsh), and many other brands of Laimbeer and Bradley have price No old stock; everything 10'M:: and Good Friday at 7:30:: p. m. hotol, In this state, made that one of the
equally good whiskies at Crabb's, splendid record this season. new thU winter, Archdeacon I). F, Brown will officiate. moat popular resorts In Florida' and :II\

Cocoa. 3.17 4t. I EIGIIT-FT. AERMOTOK WINQ :MILL, Ei>. Srir.j.vo, Cocoa, Fla. Special preaching service by the Rev, last year at the Wlndemere. ID Chicago, )
Steel tower one galvanized storage
WANTED, for Juno or July delivery, 21.bbl.ll-ln., tank J. I.'. Toppy, at the Presbyterian church, did a most satisfactory business. Ho la
tank one
Steamer For Sale. 3,000 Porto Rico slips. Address, one ;lx3Mn.( drive well cypress-point; one; -Any subscriber who wants to buy a ritusvlllv, Wednesday' March 2t!). All well-known throughout Florida, aa ho 1'

3-4t GEO. II. WEIGHT, Orlando, Fla. 2xlG-in.. brass cylinder. New, never round-trip ticket, meals and berth Included are cordially Invited. was at one time proprietor of the Pla-

The light draft stern-wheel steamer, been set up; will be sold cheap. Writeto over the Clyde Line, would do Rev Geo. Gowen will preach at the clde, la Jack Hotel Miami ha
Canaveral, built in 1801 by the Merrill- well to write the editor of the ADVOCATE Methodist church, Tltuivllle, on Sunday had a very successful financial season, I

Stevens Co., of Jacksonville. Sloop for Sale or Exchange. EDWARD STILINQ, Cocoa, Fla. I Tltiitvllle\ Fla., for price. We also -'evening next, at 7:30:: o'clock, In the absence under his management. ,

She 'Is 31 feet long and 15-ft. beam, ,_. have a round-trip ticket over the Mallory at Rev. A. D. Penney, who will

and"'< draws about 14 Inches; baa two Sloop, "Brooklyn," for sale; 27-ftO-in. Safe Line, between Brunswick and New bold service at Cocoa. Homo, of Tourists at Hotel Dal- .: ;

Her'RH-pressure condensing engines 6x21. long, 12-ft.: beam; In good condition. York, for eale.Empty ton. '
boiler and engines In first- for larger boat. -
were put exchange
sell
Will or
el&88 condition by her builders last year. I<'BED ALDJIIDGE An orange grove In South Brevard.I 1iacl'ele FOR SALE-One 10-ft. cypress rov -
TiTo be seen at Peter Nelson's yard in Address, Brooklyn, W..Y. have tint-class land. for orange, Sale. boat, new. All copper fastened, bran. Dalton Ga. la the gateway to the80uthdeJlKhtfnl
Yille. Address 4-tf grape-fruit: and lemon culture In township trimmings, varnished natural wood; climate, superb scenery -

ROBBINS, & GRAHAM, 34-48 and southward at reasonable Address, WALTER A. Moons, coat .8. to build will ell for $i0. beautiful drives, good livery, relined

L f. Titusville Fla. Wanted prices. Write for full Information.C. 8 George St., Charleston, B. C. ED. STIUNO, Cocoa, Fla. society, and the most popular stop- nr
T. MCCABTY, retort for all tourists from tho South. ,

Ankona, Fla.Sloop Modern hotel, electrlo bells, elevator,

For Sale-New Furniture A hustler, to sell an article which affording there U_ Wanted. The "Advocate." telephone, hot and cold water baths on j.
good profit, a specialty for No -- every floor, good table and service with
demand.
seat second.band- In quantl- and increasing situation for for Sale. By June or July, 3,000 I'orto Rico Tho INDIAN KIVKH ADvocATE: U on reasonable rate. Many tourists and resort -
prices Good
any iamj required. business lips.. Please quote lowest cash price. ale at the following newsstands, at fire seekers come hero. Have fifteen

WHo R. CAMPBELL right party. Only those meaning Sloop Edna, length, 32-ft; beam, 11-ft. GEO HOC: II. WEIGHT cents per copy : day. atop over on ticket or they can be
need apply. Address, Head room In cabin. For particulars, 3-17 4t. Orlando Florida.Home 1.itulV\1Ie-Jo'red\ S. Chdeo.It I extended.For .
"Bellevue, "MANUFACTURER, O. address, M. B. Bunas, J. II. Screven. particular, address, "
Melbourne, Fla. 6-10 Cleveland, Canaveral, Fla. Jacksonville-Windsor hotel. D. L..DKTTOH, ProprietorDalton :.

Lost. St. Augustine/ Hotel Alcazar. Ga.

ItOCkledge, Indian River, Fine Lunches. For Sale, Ormond-Hotel Ormond. '
Lost at Ft. Pierce, March 3rd, 1800 Rockledge-Hotel Indian River Tourists Will Fled '

has ono of the ost attractive and steak or any- About 2,000 feet of R. R. Iron; weigh sorrel horse! Brand on left hip 84; ball New Rockledge hoteL t" ,
F1tltacked stores on the East Coast of If you need a good chop, do not fall, 5-26lb. to the foot. Price acts per footat face and split In left ear. A reward of Palm Beach-Royal Polnclana. g j'
a. else In the eating line, the It The Inn. Tho Graham Hotel, Palatka, a nice y
You can find everything you thing to the Courtooay deck $10 will\ be paid to any one bringing ..}
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:their;. Fitting out cruising parties when In St. Augustine to go Rooms Call or write, EDWARD STILUTO hone to G. W. &MITH, MUrai-Hotel Royal Palm stopping place; ;9.60 per day. Special;
Place Lunch &: Oyster hotel 3-17 2t.
y Cathedral Cocoa, Fla. 3172t. Woodlejr, Fla. Nawau-Royal Victoria weekly rate. bT'

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and everything went as merry as the proverbial They have come from the wilds of Mlc"o, 'Ladles first prize, ladles wire grass workbasket OEORO IiiARI;' JOHN MARL-:
From Rod:Idp,COCCM and Hrooklyn faraway,
"Example is Better marriage bell. To celebrate.We\ birth o( St. Patrick, woo by Miss Happ; second prize,
the entertainment On Mareb,tbe MTenMcntb dar. IVS4
Altogether was a gold hat-pin Miss Laura McLaughlin; ftcS.

Than Precept" success. The troup It all aggregation of Thotig6 Tttfj still 8t.Patrick did honor wad hi not* name an Indian, third prize, salad spoon, Mrs. P. II. McLaughlin Wholesale Dealerr In

i Titosvllle' best talent, and tbty deserve; Since ne bavt chased the snake from Ireland wife of chief/ police, P. fr.McLaughlln .

It Is not what we say, But the praise and support of'the public fo: They do the hoped.same.he would return cod for florid I' Bro k'1n.' The two booby GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE..,.
,
J what Hood's the success of their first efforts at mln The most prominent of the noted chiefs prizes, a watchman's rattle, awarded to
Sarsaparilla strelsy. The acting was good, the Jokes WM McLaughlin,of the Brooklyn band, Louis L. and the rubber .
napp,
alligator
Famous lit nine of crib and politic," 131 and 133 ,East Bay Street and 6 and 8 New nan Street,
does, that tells the story. original, the costumes comical, and the At which be was a master hand. to Chief T. F. Nevfns.

. Thousands of testimonials are audience showed their appreciation by There Of fire wan fighting one; "heap fame big"; chief 10.-00 p. a'. Singing and music. J aokaonvl.11c: : FloridA

frequent applause.It Generous and good natured- 10:30: p. m. Awarding of prizes.
examples of what Hood'shas Is understood that $ 9.76 was realIzed Tom Nevlna was his name.The 11:15: p. m. Dancing and cake walk. ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CII'

done others and the sale of oldest sachem of them all
from
seats
for
Judges-Hugh McLaughlin Thos. F.
,.. _... _..... __.. _.__.... ...___u To Was Jeremiah Quald -
ninety summers he confessed NevIns.'Thos. A. Kerrigan. We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow
what it will do Tt
for And the
ol he
you. quoit played.
CELEBRATION OF ST. PAT- game .. Committee of Arrangements-Fred Al- guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We
" Scrofula.- "Running scrofula sores There was Courtney of vocal fame your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased. *a
made me shunned by neighbors.; Medical RICK'S DAY AT MERRITT. Who dispensed justice In his oftlPIa11t0'f'l1' dndge, J. W. Erregger.
treatment failed. A relative urged; me to Hftils When always be.ljilng In his to run element the government. Committee on Fireworks-Fred Al MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla..
try Hood's Harsaparllla. Did so and In few rar- We only Sell to Dealers. .
months the sores completely healed." MRS. Merritt was all en fete on Friday last, There was Kerrigan: with his auction block, dridge, Harold Cox, Frank Nevins, Wm.

J. M. HATCH, Etna, N. H. It being( the occasion of a grand celebration Cassidy And Johnny who Is with fond his of building pie stock; Henderson, Jeremiah Quaid.

Inflammatory Rheumatism-"Two Nevins' Rlvervlew hotel And Washington, who never told a lie. Committee on PrIzes-John Cashman,
was C =:: .A.s. BzvM
I attacks or the grip left me with Inflamma c c CO
; tory rheum Usm. Am W!> years old, butItood'e gaily decorated with flags both Inside There was Doc. Robbins] with his physic loop, John Courtney, John Clancy, C. W. ,
And Henderson, with
ginger-pop; DEALERS IN -
Sarsupnrllla cured me "and I can and out, and those who were present report Aldrlrige, with his gra; |>hoT>bone, Colyer.
climb staIn find walk anywhere. J.LoVE- And Coxy,with his vagabonde.i PJ.n.e "
Honorary Committee J. Sullivan an.d.I
LAnD' 373 Fargo Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 'a very enjoyable time. Mrs. M. B. Winos Ll.qLarS:
i There was Sullivan,who wears high collar, W. J. Sullivan, John Courtenay.
Mahon, the proprietress, had a herculean I lIut In no relation to Dry Dollar; 417, A 410 IV.
3bodj tstalidaifinl'H.od's ? task on her hands, but everything paRKed And smarter Frank Kevins, who thinks* his yacht Is Among those present at the celebra- Bay St.,

oft In a very successful manner, and the Than the Frog, that Is owned by: Mr.Carter. tion were the following Brooklynltes: r na..ou CUIIU"" JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA
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day will be long remembered by the Of the Warrior Queens who were present, Hugh McLaugblln and wife, Miss Mo- a.r.mrta.mr,
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"i Plll cure- 'liver Ills( the- --nonirritating- -- --and I jovial crowd of Brooklynltes and others With faces their handsome gowns and winning Laughlln, Thos. F. Nevins and wife, wh.rrn c............,... Agulnaldo I May IlecorerHis

r" :nf-rRlfll.tlc to lal k with-Hood'Nui i>rllla.I who attended this great annual festival The task Is extremely pleasant Frank Nevins, J. McQuaid, Tnos. A. ::::,:::::: reason Itb Dewey's and Oti,
To their
"I quote most prominent graces. Kerrigan, Miss Kerrigan, C. Washington u:l: judicious
to do honor to St. Patrick, Ireland's ; doctoring. Dewey's I It
,.- patron saint. There And was Laura!Mrs., good; Mac.natured,pedestrian and petite;.; Colyer, Fred Aldride, J. W. Erreg I t !=";' .. is reducing the swelling of hi;

There was Annie, the lovely equestrienne, ger and wife, Miss Mary Course, John J. head, just as our high grade an,
The first event of the swimming
day was a
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And many: of the Jersey elite. Blum's
pure Rye Whiskey will ,.
i I 'dtroNE match, which was won by Mr. II. There was Kitty, so precise and dainty, Cashman, Judge John Courtney, Fred I i duce your cold, cough, grip, etc t.

S. Cox; after which a game of quoitswas And jolly Kllle,so fond of the tub; Aldridge, jr., Wm. Henderson, Miss when used properly. There i i

participated in by twelve contest Fanny And,Mrs.so slender Mahon and,who frollicty.furnishes the grub. Fannie Hende'rson, John Courtney, jr., N nothing like our fine Blum's put

ants, the winner being J. W. Erregger, Mr task Is done'I Hon. John Clancy, John Cassidy, LouisL. "' Rye colds Whiskey for preventing chili;'
grip or
k first prize; and J. Quaid, second prize As' this he tale Is only Is ended in fun, Happ, Mrs. Mary Happ, Miss Christian 1, ,1/ l is the, kind of pneumonia weather to,use and It thi

t bra This was followed by target shooting, I trust I have none offended. M. Happ, Miss Matilda Happ, Miss '''"411.1.. "'

IVF first prize being won by W. J. Sullivan The party then adjourned to tbe spacious Henrietta Cook, Wm.Von Dreele, Doctor Wmum's Pure Rye Whiskey, 7 yearsjold, delivered to any part of the Stat
and Mrs. J. K. Powell, Rev. J. J. Sullivan express prepaid, for $3.20. .
A brief recess was then taken for lunch, varandahs to witness! an elaborate

0I.0\ \. JYouIrhi5I : after which the festivities were resumed and beautiful display of fireworks, secured Wm. J. Sullivan\ and many others,

,. with a boat race, between catboats Egret, for the occasion by the celebrated whose names our reporter failed to get. f "

f,I owned by Frank Nevins, and the Frog, decorator of Brooklyn, Fred Aldridge. In addition to the above' there were I "TIJPS.

u&ff owned by Mr. Carter. After sharply- All then adjourned to the parlors and large delegations from Rockledge, Cocoa, The word tip means different thing

'\ contested race, the Frog was declare. enjoyed the very amusing game of Indianola, Courtenay and other placeson ;l in different places. In a barber chair:

r rf5j the winner. "blowing the candle." The prizes were the Indian River, who'report having 4 restaurant It Is "a, Kr tulty" given fo

? The tug of,war was a very amusing next awarded to the winners of the vari- had a glorious time at'the celebrationof '.4 extra good service. Another kind of a

feature, and created a good deal of fun. ous events by Judge, Courtney, in his. St. Patrick's Day at Merritt. tip Is a "straight; tip." That's a bit 01

'i.I." The next was a"bottle game, the prizes customary witty manner, the programmeof Dancing, 'a cake-walk, and singing 'e friendly advice, and that's what we ar

LiST i being won by Miss Schopp and Mrs. : events being as follows: then wound up one of the most enjoy t giving you when we tell you to try on

-r n Tf1tt. Erregger; after which came the shoe I 0 a. m. Swimming match-prize, a able days ever spent on the hospitable. I beer. If you are In the business, sell It

Dam, race, being won by Frank Nevins. The handsome pipe, won "by Harold Cox. shores of Indian River. if you are not, drink it. It i is made Iron-

1 DVOCATI balance of the afternoon was spent by; 10 a. m. Quoits-first prize, mangrove the purest materials, and we guarante
SPRING TIREDNESS is different from -
the entire party In grouping in various carved walking cane, won by J. W. Er- the weariness caused by labor. The last : ji': L { m it to be perfectly pure.

f positions before a camera.A regger; second prize, palmetto cane, won is cured by rest; the first requires a few r
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very elaborate dinner was then by J. Quaid. bottles of Hood's /Sarsaparilla to cure it. .Ira' v .ar.

b-'{ \ served by the genial hostess, Mrs M, B. 11a. m. Shooting at target-prize, Address,
That distress' after eating it cured by
THE HOME MINSTRELS. Mahon, when the lIon. Judge Courtney, rabbit foot thermometer:, won by W. J. Hood's Pills. They do not gripe. 25cts. G. MULLER & CO.,

of Brooklyn, presided_ as toastmaker in Sullivan.

j, a most creditable manner, opening the 12:30 p. m. Lunch. The great trouble with milk of J human Jacksonville, Fla
t Their
Entertainment at the Opera House
K-r Friday Night a Grand Sticrrva.r proceedings in his usual happy and witty 2 p. m. Boat race-prize, a call cell, kindness is that it's skimmed too often. Acme Brewing Co., Macon, Ga. Agts for Acme Brewing Co..
,
10"r" strain. Speeches were made by Con- won by cat boat |Frog, owned by Mr. /Some people would never want cer- -

4; The minstrel entertainment given in gressman John J. Clancy, Mr. Colyer, Carter. tain things if they didn't see others

the opera house last Friday evening by and Dr. Powell; but tbe palm for the 3:30: p. m. Tug of War-about thirty trying to get them.

y, the Titusville Homo Minstrels, for the best speech of'the evening was unanimously indulged In this sport. Magnolia Grocery....
,
; benefit of the Indian River Guards Mrs. F. E. Smith View Ga. writes
was awarded to J. Quaid, whose 4 p. m. Bottle game-won by Miss :
enjoyed 'by a large audience. It was Have used Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
match It would be hard to find, he being Schopp and Mrs. Erregger.
Medicine for with better results
Ni: / their first appearance this season and all ninety of sound In 4:30 Shoe race-prize, a shell mount years
years age, body, vigorous than I received from any other medicinefor STAPLE AND
I FANCY GROCERIES.
the performers'wero In their happiest In intellect, can lead without ed Ink stand, won by Frank! Nevins. dyspepsia and loss of appetite. It is ,
moods and put forth their best efforts to milder and does Its work better than
glasses, and is a hard man to beat eitherin 6 p. m. Dinner. ,
entertain and the Black_ Draught and Zeilin's used. Butterlne, 14cts. per pound.
frequent applause signified
euchre or quoits.Af 6:30: p. m. Fireworks and decorations, I
; their success. Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please you
which in of Fred
were charge Aldridge
toasts had been drank ,
er to many GOLD I is of no value when health is
T.le entertainment opened by some select the well known Brooklyn'decorator. 102 Main and 33.West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
prominent persons present, Mr. Hugh In danger. What's of more value ?
pieces by the band. The curtain McLaughlin, the prominent democratic 8:30 p. m. Candle blowing-gentlemen's Pratt's up-to,date tablets will break upa Telephone No. 255.Photo .

rose 1fo'w minutes after eight o'clock leader of first prize, an alligator pipe, won cold in one day, and for constipationand
Brooklyn, sang by request the
biliousness and all malarial troubles
and showed the ,
; following gentlemen
by Wm. Henderson second prize .alligator
Famous old balad ;
Irish
theShanoavough, It has no equal. By mall prepaid for 25c.
P, playing the loading parts: as follows: match safe.won| by Mr. Sams; third Pratt Medicine Co., Station B, Chicago. Supply Co.
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k' Tom Hicks as "Mr. Johnson Thon Ol ;
Sam Perkins, Sr., as .Bones.." Hays the Slmnoauvaugh
Sam Perkins Jr. "Tiunbo." Ihon Old Ireland will be rrne.Suvstlre8baeoauvangh ..,
as -
; ,Arthur Brown, "Bones No. 2." Old Ireland will be free, : 'AGENTS> EASTMAN KODAK CO
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From the center e/f the sea,
Will Moody "Tambo No. 2."
Then hurrah for liberty, and the
"Hurry Up Dig Nicaragua
r The first farce on the prugram wits a Says the Slmnouuvaugh. only house in Florida devoting its time to the

'Haunted House," by Wyatt Brown and J. W. Erregger then read a poem, Canal," KODAKS.The .

Fcntress Davis. Before renting theN which lie had prepared for the occasion, John Bull says to Uncle Sam, "1111 SPECIALTY-Developing and Printing.

building an examination was made of ns follows: help you all I can." Any one that wants to
the interior build stores, houses, cottages or fences we Give us a Tiial. No trouble tt answer questions.
by the prospective enter before On the banks of the Indian River, will aid by Helling them lumber, shingles, :
( the arrival of the landlord and the In beautiful Florida, \ 51 King Street ST AUGUSTINE FLA.
? There assembled a band of warriors, laths, clap-boards, flooring, brick and lime ,
surprises ho mot with kept tho audience In paint and feathers and picturesque array.Thousands .' tt't\ by quoting them prices that will enable -
convulsed with laughter. The pails them to do it at a figure that no one can
make such a close estimate on in this EASY RIDING
were well caviled by Mes II' Brown and town. _
Davis. of -
sick and suffering : BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO., All the time and speed when you
The stump speech by Mr. Will Moody people'are St. Augustine, Fla. want itis a great feature of
was "masterful effort." The mannerIn I like the poor

which lie handled the English language ? cripple in the The !tea :
.- .- Bible, who had ting Bicycle.
may not have been up to tho ; no one to help .
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queen's taste, but It was full of humor him down to Here
\ l. the lifetjiyinifpool ESTABLISHED 1880. are some Keating points for your consideration-
and wasa splendid illustration of the -:7': before
The Frame makes it
ancient some one else
back-wood's orator
addressinghis slipped in Bond: Lumber Co. STRONG.
fellow-citizens The jokes he perpetrated ahead of him

.. at the expense of some'of our So many sufferers The,Construction makes It
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citizens, was taken good humol'edlll\nd If they feel that Manufacturers of and Dealers in DURABLE.Tbe .

'; created fun for tho audience. only get little Bearings give ft

One of the most laughable farces of theevening's 7f come help their to over ex. LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING / SPEED.
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entertainment was the "Wig treme weak- The Double Roller Chain

I Makers," by Messrs. Arthur Brown, .16EWl,. ness would then they be Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orangeand MAKES IT FLy,

Sam Perkins, Jr., and Will Moody, Ini" able to regain their coveted health and Vegetable Crates. We solicit'correspondence. Up hill, down hill, on the tour, road or track

which Mr. Brown was "boss" and Sam:) strength.It Saw, Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on .)., T. &: K. W. R'y. Yards at
: la just these people that Dr. Pierce'a !It HaS No
i" DeLand and Titusville. EcUal- e-
Perkins
an apprentice, white Moody, as Golden Medical Discovery i i. designed to Send for Catalogue. *
usual, was out"just to bave little fun." aid. It ia the strong, helping hand for .
",[, That ho those who are in the extreme of bodily EATING: WHEEL
succeeded COMPANY
was evidenced by weakness
and nervous exhaustion. It ,
the mirthful uproar In which he kept promptly tones nourishes and builds up H. A. HODGES.... Middletown Conn.
the entire system. It gives keen ,
tho house. appe-
:MANUFACTURER OF
t. tite; good digestion pure blood, muscularatren&th _
Tho "jig dance," by Greek and Moody nerve-force lujd renewed activity. and Yellow Pine Lumber.
would have made the world-famed plantation I When I first wrote you I was completely discouraged ...Cypress ..
ddikey ashamed to I ," says I\In W. ,..satterly. living(; at WUOH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates. HOfflESEEKERS .
get on the Richiord.Tioge Co., N. 1'lPp.( Box 40), la a
letter to Dr.Pierce "I -.. .. .. ......
was to pain all the time their .
boards .u
shedding .
contemplating pineapples or or In
again; while the specialties Introduced could not lie in bed on account of severe, Any one oranges building
sharp ,,
f of Florida would do well to write for prices.' ; The saw mills locatedat
by Messrs. Perkins and Hicks cutting patus in my back and right hip. Had any part are
pain all through the lower part of my body and Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka. on the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered' to any

formance.were the best Especially part of tho evening's the per 111my iiy elbo-vs baby hurt, My me akin no much was I dry could, harsh actrcelr and part of tho East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Who are Seeking a Home in the South should send to the undersigned for a

'\ was sword scaly and huog like sacks on my anna My copy of the'Florida
exhibition good, by Mr Sam Perkins, Sr husband called the doctor, and he said It was
weakness, and my age Ills medicine did me
u Mr. Perkins Is an expert English swordsman no good I kept getting worse and weaker. It SAW AND I'LANING BULLS JACKSONVILLE TAKD '
":', and the Illustrations seemed I should go crazy. One day I wrote PnUtka. FI... E. Bay St., Foot of Catherine.
I of his skill Inhandling you and received advice. I have taken I>r. East Coast
a sword, was a surprise to Fierce' Golden Medical Discovery his 'l's. Homeseete
vorite PreKription Pleasant Pellets,1 and WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
many in the audience. There are. few, now I can lie m bed with some comfort and can
do ,
a good day's work.
if any, in this country that can r
surpass The most valuable book for both men and Manufacturers of .
him in this respect. women is Dr. Pierce'a Com- We have lands for Fruit
Tho comical appearance of Messrs. mon Sense Medical Adviser Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for

Harper and Branning in the final "walk p with A splendid engraving 1008-page and volume.colored # Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. \Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest, In tb" United States.

I, around" by the troup, kept tho house In plat ea. A copy paper-cov. Apply,

an uproar until the curtain dropped. t S ''I"" Bred sending, will twenty-one be sent to cents anyone in A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling. siding,, mouldings, shingles, .., toJAS.

At the close of the minstrel, the lovers one-cent stamps, to pay the l lath and pickets always on band, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress ,.. E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner,
of terpslchorean amusement coat of mailing only, to Dr. ,
.
hipped the !j R, V. Pierce, Buffalo N. Y. mouldings of all patterns a specialty. :, FLORIDA EAST COAST RT,

,. "light fantastic" until a seasonable hour, Clothbound, 31 stamps When at borne, write UI for prices; when up our way, come and tee us. '

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professional Onrde.d CULTURE OF KAFFIR CORN I will state that I j.UntuI I the scvd FO1l
$ 3.2o.
: which the Hev. A. FIt"'crIt lloxtnn, .

W.ALTKS8.daaaAL Boils HAS PROVED A SUCCESS: IN THIS gave me last spring i on high, PllllIlInd,
.. Roeels. Sent In us by KxprpMn: pontofllce order or New York Exchange, we will
OB UO OItAIIAM iATTORNEYSATLAW STATE. a which was prtpared and InM' tilt l>oth send you by KxpusCIIAKOKS: PREPAID,

for About Imlf handful
ways as corn.

Free Distribution of (toed The Florid of corn and cotton feitlllier was scat FOUR FULL QUARTSOf

HOURS:-From 10 to 12 a. m.', Old Running Sores Kant Coast Hallway Furnishes themto tered In each hill and to keep the two tho Celebrated Scven-Ycar-Old

and 2 to'4 p. m. the Farmer Along Its Line varieties from mixing I planted' a strip

TrrrsvittK( :, Brevard Co., Florida Drought I>o.. Not Kffft several rods wide between; them In "poor Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey

0.Box,108. Itching, ScratchingEczema the Corn. land' corn.
f in aU the courts-ttt and fedjL
1rU1 practice The land department of the. Florida This done the 4th of March.
[ for examining and perfect- was on We ship In ri.AIN PACKAGE! no mark to Indicate contents. (which will roM all com.
|;i eilitlei East Coast K'y has procured a large The Kaffir corn was covered rather shallow Jflnt.V hI'li you get It and test It, If It U not satisfactory, return It at OUIt KXI'KNHE' and .
IaDdtUlel. your S3 20 will he cheerfully refunded. This Whiskey In a. enm| as any $:.1 oil good In the market.
quantity of Kaffir corn seed, which has with the hoe stepping on puch hill \\'e are einssathandau"Ican give: you qi'ICHKIt DKI.UKKY than distant hnnnixi. We have
been distributed the .N>on d.dog: l>n"lnr- In thlidtvandat the name.. sand for over 19: \ 1'1(1anet' a* to our RJoS.
p. L. DODSON, generously among In passing along. It was cultivated PONHIHILirY AND RKPUTATIOX for honest dealing, we refer you to any merchant here, or to
M.I farmers and truckers along the line. twice each way and hoed once, and the the editor of this |f>r.

DENTIST. Those who have planted the seed report yield In grain was fully font times' as SOLOMON A LEVI,

,. FLORIDA. Blood Poison that it is doing nicely. The culture of much, and the fodder more than doubleas 1028 A ItOO: First Avenue, .

rrtS'l"ILLI:, Kaffir com Is practically a new thing In much as the 'poor land' corn that was P. O. Dox No. 33. milMINQIIAU, ALA.
at residence.
Office this part of the state, and if the present fertilized! and worked just the same \OTICK s-AV* pay rExpress ('harpNI: to all point reached "SOUTHEnX! EXPRESS': CO)(.

Pdccs to suit the times. BSP&aWSUlcers experiment shall prove successful, as It "I commenced feeding the heads to Southern I'AIIhne: Express to point. Company on line transfer* of other to said KxpiwM other Companion KxpntM Company, we prepay only to point when

no doubt will, the farmers will have an my horses and poultry early In July, and ,
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GAULDEN article to fall back on that will bring/ by the end of August .the whole crop
L. bo rolled down during the forenoon and Cholco .
Scrofula them In good returns. Wm. L. Orange, was fully ripe. The heads were then ,
that the went Bide In the afternoon. ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, of Mannville, furnishes some useful In cut and thrown Into thin piles on the on r. Winos, Liquors

rill practice in all the Courts of the State Running Sore Eyes formation. Among other things, he ground to thoroughly cure, and in two The plants wilt thllIe shielded from and Cigars.
the direct of the sun and plenty of '
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States Courts. rays
[florid*,,and the United says: or three days were hauled In and housed, Guaranteed Pure.
light and air will be admitted one
on
rOBoI,235.rlTUBVILLE, FLA. Are cured by "One great advantage that Kaffir corn the finest heads being/ selected) for seed, Sold at reduced

Honey to Loan. lev1 BOTANIC BLOOD BALM (B. R. B. has over any other grain In Florida Is the remainder fed to horses and poultry.As side or the other. price '.

The Great Blood Remedy. that all of the truckers can plant it after soon as the heads were cut from tho Imported
Glorious News
\ GOLDSMITH, their crops of tomatoes, cabbage old stalks, and even before, they began Tokwy Wine,

blood Botanic Blood and Balm (H. B. B) Is a powerful. etc, have been taken off, and they will putting out a number of very leafy I Comes from Dr. D. 11. Cargile/ of from Italy.
remedy yet can be taken with ,
per I 'Washlta. I. T. He writes "Four bottles
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW fect safety by old and young. On account of Its be assured of a heavy crop of both grain; shoots from all the upper joints, and by Electrlo :
of Hitters has cured Mrs.
great strength it cures when all else fills. Other John B. Togni
remedies may act as a mild tonic or cover new and fodder to carry their stock over for the last of September the patch was as Brewer of scrofula, which had caused ,

[itusvllle, Florida. the skin poison over rottou out ana flesh hence hut.the B.cures B. B.are drives l>erma.nent. all- another year. There is no question now green as a field of corn In May. All her great; suffering for years. Terriblesores Metropolitan Saloon, 12.1: : East Bay St.,

that we have the genuine article, at least these shoots put out heads six to ten would bioak out on her head and JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA-
One to three bottles of B. B. B. will cure the Face and the doctors could Rive no help;
J. WEBB, worst kind of pimples on the fare. In Florida, and it has come to stay, andit Inches long, but. as they were formingvery but her cure Incomplete and her health Wholesale mid RetelL..... ,

F. system One to of three bolls bottles and carbuncles of B. B. B. will clear the will be worth tens of thousands of little seed, I had my man go; over It Is excellent." This shows what thou r ----- ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Two to three bottles of H. 11, B.will cure the dollars every year to the poultry and with a hoe, cutting it close to the sands have proved-that Electric Bittern Tho Largest and Most Com-
worst kind of humor in the mouth and
stomach Is tho best blood known. It's
Will practice in the Courts of the 7th Three to six bottles of B. B B. will cure tho stock raisers. ground, letting it fall, and in two or purifier photo Establishment South.
tho remedy for eczema totter,
;ircult. Taxes paid for non-residents worst One case to three of erysipelas bottles or will eczema.cure all humor in "There are two varieties of Kaffir three days we baulclln'atl pretty, sweet salt supremo rheum, ulcers, bolls and ,running

ad rents and accounts collected. the ejes corn, both of which are excellent: The fodder as one would wish to see. I am sores. It stimulated liver, kidneys and GEO. S. HACKER & SON,, "

,Florida. the Two ears bottles and blotches are warranted among to tho cure hair.running of white Is the earliest, but tho red produces now feeding it to my horses, and they bowels, expels poisons, helps digestion, I

itusville, Four to eight bottles are warranted to cure much' the largest heads. Thereare are doing better than they ever did on builds up the strength. Only f>0 cents.
corrupt and running u'cers. Sold by F. 8. Chalice, druggist. Guaranteed -
One or two battles B. B. B. will cure scaly two things very necessary in raisinga timothy hay. ( .

1 J.[ 0. FRIES, C. E. .eruption Two or of three the bottles skin of B. B. B. are warrantedto large crop; one is to get genuine seed, Prof. George L. Holtor, chemist to the # ,

cure the worst case of ringworm. and tbe trash that has In
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land Two to five bottles of Ii. II. B. are warrantedto not sorgo many Oklahoma Experiment Station, writes: NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. ,
cure the most desperate rheumatism. Instances been palmed off o'n us In times "Not very much has been done with
Three to six bottles of B. B. B. are warrantedto -
legally surveyed and sub-divided. cure eczema. past, and another thing Is not to plant Kaffir corn to determine ,its value ns a Wo find that we offend many if we
Five to eight bottles of B. B. R. will cure tbe to the hill than wouldof oJ
done. more grains you food product. Analysis made from the
Happing neatly Estimates for worst case of scrofula. stop their ,paper Instantly after their
Two to six bottles will cure cataarh. common corn. I will guarantee that the time the
at
11 1 kinds of engineering works. Dia whole plant sampled time is out, so our rule Is to give little

BLOOD POISON. any person who recommends planting crop was harvested, give the following time for renewals to come in before we 1

uteri lines a specialty. For this monster of a disease In any form from five to six quarts per acre, never results: Water, 70.13 per cent; fat 0.78 cross off expirations. That we may
contracted 1st,2d
or inherited or 3t1l1tajte. producing
ITCSVILLE, Bre.vard Co., FLORIDA. ulcers pimples, sores in mouth or throat, saw, much less raised, a stalk of Kaffir per cent; fiber, 0.10 per cent; carbohydrates know your will In this regard please .
skin hot, hair falls out, etc., B. H. It. cures the
disease and drives the poison from the system corn in his life, and any intelligent per- 11.00 per cent; protein, 3.2:! write to us. Of course, we hope to have MANUFACTURERS OF

never to return. We ha e o er 200 testimonials son who will stop for moment and con per cent; ash, 1.75 per cent. Given a your renewal, but if not, then drop us a
EORGE W. ALLEN, of cures by B. B. B. of Blood 1'olson. No one
can deny this written signed testimony. One sider will know that if we are to raiseas total ;yield of five and a half tons per postal ordering the paper discontinued, Doors Sash Blinds, f
man wrote us, "God bless you for so grand a much double the amount of grain
remedy." as acre, we should get: Water, 8,374.3 with reasons for stopping, so we may

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, CANCER, BLEEDING,EATING SORES. that we do of corn, we must not plant pounds; fat, 8.1.8: pounds; fiber,' 077.0 know how to Improve the paper. Incase Moulding & Building Material

ey West, Florida. Cancer of nose Up, face ear or neck or breast, any more than we do of born. I know pounds; carbohydrates, 1115.0: pounds; your renewal has been sent no needto

Will practice In the United Statesnd sores external, are or all Internal cured by cancer B. B. B.,bleeding the most, powerful eating. from my experience that from forty to protein, 354,2; ash, 102.5. This, of write, as credit will be given In due Oflloo A Warerooms Cannon Struct.Charleston King., opposite .

State Courts. 9juu95 blood purifier made. fifty bushels of Kaffir corn can be raisedto course, is calculated from the green fod- time, as will appear from the changed

SEND FOR FREE TRI A L BOTTLE. the acre right here in Florida, on pine der as a basis. address label on your paper.If S. C. .
All druirirists: sell n.B. B. In large bottles at i
DALPil E. SMITH, }I. D. fCVer bottle.; Describe your symptoms andFree land, and that the yield of fodder will MThe value of a food product is not this paper should reach any one who '
medic advice will be Iveo. All correspondence Sash Weights Cord and
be double that of corn.
i* sacredly confidential. determined .by the number of pounds has not received the ADVOCATE duringtho ,
PHYSICIAN Address plainly BLOOD BALM! CO., tae : Kaffir corn does not grow; on ears like .
AND SURGEON yielded per acre, but the amount of digestible past year, this Is to extend a cordial
Mitchell street, Atlanta, Georgia, and sample Hardware.
the
'corn. In
all bead
Specialist In Genital, Urinary an Rectal bottle of U. B. B, will be sent you by return .. common It grows material produced. Assuming Invitation to return to the fold. Kindly
mall. of the stalk, and the grain is about twice ', the remit time small amount of $1.50 for
Diseases. the grain; Kaffir rom to have same Window and Fancy Glass "

the size of rice. The grain Is very easily coefficients of digestibility as the plantit twelve months, or 11 for six months, .:
Located at Placide Hotel, cleaned and makes an excellent flour. A SPECIALTY.,
AUGUST FLOWElt. certainly must be higher-we would and receive the paper.
IACKSOXVILLE, FLORIDA. It is considered first-class food for poul-
get from an acre, 1,752.8 pounds of digestible \
and stock while the fodder equally Fooled the YEARS'
try With Ho Burgeon BO
Prof. matter.
an
"It is a surprising fact, says organic average
Houton, "that in my travels in all parts desirable for feed. yield of twenty-five bushels of corn All doctors told Itonlck Hamilton, of EXPERIENCE
F\R. C. H. PEETE world for the last ten I'' land of the F. E. C. 0. after 18
of the yews, The department ([maize) per acre, we have: Water, 221.2: West Jefferson, would I ;
have met more people having used K'y has a small quantity of this seed months from rectal !Ilstula, he die .

EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT. Green's August Flower ,than any other left which will be furnished to farmersor ,\ pounds; fat, 54.7 pounds; fiber, 22.1 unless a costly operation wa performed; 1L ':
remedy, for dyspepsia, deranged liver pounds; carbohydrates, Ol.'i: pounds; protein hut he cured himself with five boxes of

508 Cherry Street, and stomach, and for constipation. I find truckers ou application. Every farm. 141.3: pounds; ash, 14.7 pounds; a Buck len's Arnica Salvo, the surest pile

for tourists and salesmen, or for pei- er along the East Coast has! a piece of total product, for the acre, of 1,400 cure ou earth, and the best salve in the ;
Macon, Ga.WM. sons filling office positions, where head. land that can 'bo used for the ex pel 1- woild: 25o a box. Sold by 11'. S. Chaf- TRADE MARKS '
bad feelings from Irregular pounds, excluding the fodder produced puIGNsCOPYRIGHTS "
aches aud general fee druggist.
and small patch of Kaffir corn AC.
ment a ,
+ : habits exist, that Green's August "Each ton of well-cured corn fodder ,Janlnklr
McL. DANCY, D. D. L. : Flower is a grand remedy. It does not should be planted, if only to raise food (stover) contains 808 pounds of dlgestl- Anyone MnerUIn landing our a.keteh opinion l and rtMcrlptlon r.. whether' may maInmiillnn -> J ;
The llaytlan government Is very considerate imt iil"be.! Communion.tloiinlrlotlrnonlldentlal.
andIs and stock. In 'u prubiiblf I
Injure the system by frequent use, for the home poultry blo organic! matter. If we add to the Handbook on 1'"llInt. I j
excellent for sour stomachs and indi the farmer can of the comfort of soldiers. giant frit. (>l Graduate of Philadelphia College of bottles free at P. S. making the experiment, digestible fodder of an acre the digestible with chair.. I'ntoiit taken tbrouah Munn A (;u. r80.1 l .,'
gestion. Sample another Every picket supplied without eUrue, tu tbe
seed for tptrial
provided
enough crop
Surgeon, class 1872. Perfect operations Chaffee's drug store, Titusville, Fla., or save corn produced, we have a total of '
promised. Hazeltlne Block, corner Bay J. P. Cooper's drug store, Cocoa, Fla. it should prove successful. digestible matter of 1,752.8: pounds Then While/ per cent of all Europeans are Scientific Jlm rlan. .

and Laura JACKSONVILLE FLA.Virginia Sold by dealers 1 in all civilized countries. Wm. L. Orange, of Mannvillo, Fla., comparing results we get In digestible trained soldiers, there Is only one sol h lliutr t.<1 'urns uririwt clr.MUNN .-
by in cal iimt i feiny .01.IIUllo '. l' 'r.ma $3 a 1
describes his experience with Kaffir cornas matter for the acre of Kaffir corngrain dier to 'every one hundred people .. / 4byadnsw.deelerat \ I
:
WANTS INLETS CUT. follows: "In answer to a number of and fodder-l,75.S:! pounds, as America & Co 3 6id'INew York "

letters that I have received for sometime llr.Dch Offlo*. hi _l
against 812:! pounds_ digestible corn and Discovered! by a Woman. }

Homes GRANT, FLA., :March 20, 18J9.! past, and for those that intend fodder Included with the corn-counting has been 1'I
Another discovery
the season /great I
Kaffir corn coming ,
Editor Indian River' .-.IdrucaII : planting one ton well-cured fodder per acre- made, and that too, by a lady In this COTTON AND .J
"Disease fastened Its clutches
horn" in this 1,710 pounds country.
somewhat a "green "
-
am
undermined 11
"From the nature of tho case, these upon her vitAl organ were
You learp all about Virginia Lands, country, having come to the United Mcekison OhioHas and death seemed Imminent. For throe
figures represent approximations only. LINEN NETTING.
its resources, products mode of cultivation States just ten years ago from Denmark. months she coughed Incessantly, and .
and
assumed
have been
yields She Uncovered
landing here, I sought my favorite Average could not sleep. finally
prices, etc., by reading the Upon of fishing' for a living.I while the exact coefficients of digestibility a way to recovery, by purchasing of us a "J
Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. I occupation, that Been Greatly Benefited by for corn and corn fodder have been bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for
for"> 3 months subscription to the am strong in body and have a sound consumption, and was so much relievedon -
Farmer constitution and am able and willing to Peruna.Congresifnaa taken, the digestibility of Kaffir corn tRkln first dose that she slept all ,

Co., Emporla, Va.ji41L. but willingness is of no avail grain the most important consideration, night; and with two bottles, has been ,
work, my 1I1t1f1klaoD of Ohio, writes had to be assumed. Aside from these absolutely cuied. Her name Is Mrs. TACKlE
had. There are FISHING
when no work can be the following letter to Dr Uartmaa. of Luther Lutz" Thus writes W. C. Ham- i ,

hundreds of other men In Florida who peculiar conditions, some conception nick & Co., of Shelby, N. C. Trial (rattles ..fI
in theme: boat with me. Dr. S. D:'llarlman, Columbus, O. the relative value of the two crops maybe free at F. 8. Clmftuo's drug> store. Superior quality Linen dill Nettingmade ".:

are I desire to do, Mr. Editor, is to DEAn SIR:; :-I have used several bottles gained fr<5m these calculations." Regular size 60o and 1. Every bottle from Knox's Scotch thread.

What and of Pe-ru-na and feel greatly benefited guaranteed. Samples and estimates cheerfully furnished. :
call the attention of our law-makers 1 have been afflicted A 0000 PLANT MED. Loads Lines etc.
thereby. Corks, ,j
Influential men, through the medium of A good plan is to start plants of .several everyone '
else
J this state of affairs The man who helps very J. B. JOHNSON & CO., 1/
1832. to
"IM' valuable paper, varieties for an early crop before '
your ol) this section seldom has any friends when he needs Manufacturers, .t

COTTON F among the the fishermen enactment of some they can safely be planted In the open, help himself. 121 South St., HALTIMOUE, MD. ,
and urge sweet potatoes among the number. Layon "
that will If some men's promises could be turned -
laws of common sen>e-laws the ground pine logs fourteen feet
INDIAN RIVER STEAMERS.In .
SOFT
SEINE TWINES. One Into cash, their acquaintances would
directly.
benefit the poor people long and sixteen to eighteen inches In .
A be of Immense benefit to tbe bed and soon be rich. Effect Feb. 14, 1800.
PERFECT STURGEON TWINE, that would diameter for the sides of the Tuesday

CABLE CORDS AND MACRAME.: fishermen on the Indian River, would be board up the ends. Place the logs three SOUTH HOOK P. '
inlets The of u (JoatIs
for the cutting of south. Appetite Leave Tltnsvllle. dally,except Sunday I
*. EMORY JOHNSON, owsrs a oral.. ...* an appropriation millions of fish feet apart, running north and envied all whose and Wednesday\ .. ...... ............ 4:00p.m.
In dyspeptics
which would let Fill In between them with wlregrass or by poor Arrive UuoklmlKe, dally, except Bun- )
MOODUS CONN. Many people complain and stomach and liver are out of order. All day and Wediienduy .,. 11:30: p.m. J' ;:
from the ocean. pine straw, wlregrass sods, etc., such should know that Dr. King' New Leave Tltusvllle. dally, except Sunday I

about the fishermen catching- -all the. fish lastly with good seasoned soil nearly up Life! Pills, the wonderful stomach and and.Wednesday'IIeIldllll e1a011..Monday.... ... 4.00pm.Arrive : It N
"" ,,
out of our rivers, but they do not know to the top of the logs. In this bed sow liver remedy, gives a splendid appetite, and Tburmlay '. .. :,. .... Itt.OOaJiu: 1
r.'i' +;oIn are talking about, as a rule.I l of tweet sound digestion! and a regular bodily Leave Tltunvllle Monday Tuesday slidFriday <
potatoes
what they seeds or plant pieces health and 4nop.tn.Arrive : '
.q// ; .be a judge or an ex- I habit that Insure perfect Reachfollowingdap..t., : '
to side J'alm 3JOp.iu.XOHTU ; .7
do not claim the latter and l lay the split
bsylnR ...". .>J Split great energy, Only 25o at F. S. Chaffee'sdrug ( < x
"ero.omrfaealrav. ""'taaaare have had years of experienceIn four inches less.If sours ;
but down. Cover deep, no store.A .
"
bee.awthe cud native country Bon. D. MEEKISON. 1
0' o.I\I..tloD wa..d oa inferior the fish business in my not covered deep the plants Leave Palm Beach Monday,Wednesday
-da sl.y.lartslyexceed. the which teaches me that no harm can with catarrh of the head and feel en- they are and Thursday.... .. ..... .. 0.00: a.m.
1.rtctnal,,, ;.d. coat The.f b..t ft..I....alwa....ed.>s the to done to the fish by net and seine couraged to believe that continued grow with short stalks and cannot be Berliner has secured Luther's bible, Arrive Tltuivllle following day .. ....19: .5o I'II. 1'.

Cb.a I>ea4' *'Wf a tdUW awry I..w; the fishermen are allowedthe to use Tht the use jot Pe-ru-na will fully eradicate a transplanted deep In the ridges., They the margins of which are covered by Leave and Jensen Saturday.dally...except, ....Thursday.. .. .. 3:00p.m.: ",;:

FERRYS&EEOS fish are liberally which protected-I would not be mean hurt at disease of thirty years' standing. ,I will wither In the spring drought notes In the reformer's handwriting Arrly.TltusvltlsddlyezcepiSunday and Monday 19::30 p.m t '
.
young fish, thing that I wllhto Yours sincerely To protect the plants from frost, drivea Leave Rocklmige dallyeaceplBuodsyand )
I This Is Wednesday 9:00 a.m.' .
all the attention of our law.makers D. MEEKISON. stake at tbe middle of each end, lay a Palmetto I>rug Store, Daytona. Arrive Tltusvllle. dally, exoel's' Burrday ,

.,h4 Worth.iw.-hv.Id...loa..,aray.papa to.call and I hope the question of cutting The oonti 'xed receipt of endorsements ridgepole on It, with slats every few feet and Wednesday. .. . '.......1330 p.m.It. ;/k'lSI. J
'
"wywhm', Ahnu,. It. conlldered. It like this for Dr. Hartman's down to tbe sides. Have cur. Drugs, medicines,chemicals,floe toilet Uiuaan, M'//Cr., T. T. Basin .Atct.J.
....1. 8u.dnnu.. frM, Inlets lofeinestimable benefit to the extending .Augustine Fla. Palm leach, ,'Ia. 'I I
'A-.JlII...rlHK.!: Y .. eu. .' would by great catarrh remedy, prove Its value talus made of fertilizer and grain sacksto soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and CHA U4VIM, Oen.Agt "
.1&0 MIe. : their living oeD.Ar.'L
1 : make .
poor people who beyond question. Men of prominence) fancy toilet articles In great variety: .
and would not injure anyone. roll down on rollers from the ridgepole M. UurroK, propr.
fishing recognizing the merit of
r for the space I have everywhere are each tide. Both curtain c'an be
to ,1
Thanking you "'" Subscriber attention ,U drawn?
I with best wishes Pe-ru-na and are willing to give expressIon your
== consumed, I will close to their Judgment becaansa c rtaln, rolled down to protect the plants from To restore the clear skin the bright to the name-and-date Blip pasted upon "'

Constipation of the bowels be for the ADVOCATE. Respectfully, absolute cure for catarrh U a publla frost or too heavy rains If the sun U eye, the alert gait and sound health, use your paper or wrapper. If you are In

&111' cUred bra fow doses of Dr may M. A. Very LARS JABOENBEX. good. All draggisU ell Fe-ru-na too hot, the curtain on the east side can Dr. M< A. Simmons Liver Medicine. arreort, please remit. .

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ktF -fr IIDUI RIVER ADVOCATE. +.- perous. The prosperity of the '

w r f f farmer means better times for ev
Real l
Indian River EstateTITUSVILLE
erybody.A Agolloy
.
; ,WBBKL7 JOCESAL DEVOTED TO TRY DCVEL
t? orvBirr or Till INDIAN KIVKK, LAKE I BAKING

WOBTB AJCD BIHOATKB: BAT exorlose. CURIOUS case of complicated iotALASSOLUTELY FLA.

relationship exists in Oakland, POWDER ,
;
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. ,
Mfl Cal., as a result of a father and "
son marrying two sisters. The boy NUKE YOU would do well If you have property to sell and want it advertised I
CHARLES iI. WALTON, Editor & Proprietor. paper, free of cost to you, and put In the hands of live men, to write ODn tMI
will be his father's brother In law at
U' !, ; Makes the food more delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the. public 10
Discontinuance of dru.. must be made per the two sisters will be sisters-in- (J3T- Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency. '
!> .4 tonally at this office or by writing. law ; the father's wife will be a OVAI Saris MWDV co,,*tw vomu yours. shy not

*V steo-mother to her brother-in-law: PINEAPPLE LANDS near railway and river, per acre *2.00to1000. '

Address all communication to the son's wife will be the old gentleman's Iso ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to f20.iO) per acre.
have been guests. of the New Rockledge. I I to Ponce rk'. lie had as his guests Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCAT, daughter in-law, as well as Mr.Shares; Is a won of II. D. Shares, theprobrietorof J. G. Bennett,. Miss Bennett Mr. and Gallic; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price, 1000. of Etc

p TrrusvitLB, FLOamA.t sister-in-law. If children be born I the New Rockledge. Mrs.. Strubrldge and Mrs. Jerome., All ORANGE GROVE 14 acres, 50 miles south of Titusville. Will pay II ((Yin( .t
to the wife of the son, the Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton and Claude report a glorious time. year and S2.000 next. Price 7000. I ""'
Check,etc.,may be made payable to CHARLES father will be their grand-I Walton were In town Monday, on their HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titusville, from *5 to $25; : per acre.
H. WALTON,publisher and proprietor __ should there be children i in the way to Eau Gallle and Palm Beach. Judge Laimbecr and sister, Mrs. Sand- One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2} miles west of Titusville, Bund f
ford of New York, who have been rot
spending pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $50.00.B. .
f U. S. Department of AgricultureWeather father's home the son will be uncle II. C. Cady, who has been stopping at some time at the Indian River\ have
and step.brother. The old man's theN w Kockledge recently caught four returned homeward. The judge sent a

Ir. tt Bureau-Jupiter, Fin. wife will be aunt and step-grandmother trout that weighed in the aggregate photograph of his big fish. catch to the J" A E : :SO-C-eS::
28} pounds, a remarkably good average. ADVOCATE before leaving. He is great ,
her sister's little
r The following is a comparative state to ones. Judge Lalmbcer and C* II. Bradley, friend of the pink paper, and has many
: r1 ment of temperature and rainfall for the both guests of the Hotel Indian River, words of praise for It. Flour

week ending/ Tuesday, Mar. 21, 1800, TilE ADVOCATE publishes todayan came in the other day with a suing of R. L. Griffith of Providence, R. I., Grain, Hay, Feed, Grits, Meal acid
-1809- -1808- excellent article on the cultiva- i twenty trout, that weighed 220 pounds.D. who spends. his winters at the New

h DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. tion of Kaffir corn in Florida. Asa J. PutTer and wife of Boston have Rockledge Hotel caught probably the Cotton Seed Meal. New Garden Seed
15 78 70 73: C5 arriving Fresh n
been largest channel bass that has been
frt. 16 82 C7 74 r,0fr. grain and fodder crop for stock, guests of the Plaza. Mr. Puffer In
caught at Rockledge this winter It
a manufacturer of soda water : ,
apparatus,
17 78 08 74 71 it has no superior, and can be planted
weighing ;
and does a very extensive business. allover : : forty poundll'exactly. .Mr. all the time.Agent .
18 78 70 7B 65 after the spring vegetables have the United States. Griffith feels very proud of his catch, and
.
: 10) 83 69 76 70 I: well he '
pp y 20 08 52 77 71 been marketed Anything that Another Informal hop was given atj might. for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless to man Of
r 21 76 67 77 70 promotes enlarges the agricultural the Hotel Indian River Saturday night. I I I N. M. Strobridge of Cincinnati, who beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotations

tr Total rainfall for the week: .00 inches interests of this state shouldbe These hops have proved so enjoyablethat has been stopping: at the New Rockledgefor Lowest.cash prices.

f Departure from normal rainfall for the heartily encouraged. It is pat Mr. Pro key thinks of having them J some time, did something rather remarkable Office: ,124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
week: plus 0.49\ Inches. Departurefrom ent to the most casual observer regularly every Saturday evening I I'I in the fishing line on Friday

'normal rainfall since January 1, that the only truly successful farmer J., G. Bennett. and. Miss Bennett expect; fie.wen't. .out. In the morning! and caughta
channel bass that
2.16Incbt'll. -- -- weighed: twenty-nve
plus to leave for tneir '.new York nome ,
,
is the who raises on CHAS. N WELSHANS
J. W. CRONK, Observer. one enough for Tuesday next, They will be much missed -, pounds, and In the afternoon he went ,
rF home consumption, both for- himself by their numerous fiiends In Rock-' back to the same spot and hooked another
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A and stock, and, the 'liberalityof ledge. ,, bass weighing 23 3-4 pounds.Mr. .

'',. THE destruction by fire of Le- the East C,ast Railway in distributing Miss. Harriett Wadswortb, of Milwaukee Page's orange grove at Georgianastill : I CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER

:' land's New Windsor Hotel, in New free seed is a splendid WIs., after having spent two months continues to be a great attractionfor ,

f York the other day and'the great opportunity for every, progressivetiller very pleasantly In Rockledge the guestof tourists.. The grove is bearing, and

loss of life in consequence, was one of the soil to plant a small returned her uncle to her, Mr.northern W. M.home.Merwin, has In Northern full bloom eves., and Guests Is'quite at Hotel a sight Indian to *# HAIR AND LATH. *-:

; L t of those horrible disasters that occur acreage in this cereal. Give the River, the Plaza and New Rockledge are

occasionally. article a careful perusal. It will A large party from the Indian River particularly fortunate in their' opportunities State Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils.
went to Mr. Nevin's hotel at Merritt
be found third. on to see the grove as the hotel
on page Friday for the sports -that they invariably launches make dally trips to It. Old ,'Phone 8. jot 13 Hogan Street
j THE East Coast Republican has have there on St. Patrick's day. The ,

ceased to be published for want of FLORIDA'S MORTALITY. party report a most delightful.trip. Among prominent people who have JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .

l V from its It The weather at Rockledge at been stopping at the Plaza are SamuelB.
{ support party. was a presentIs
Palmer and wife, of Savannah, and
'. t'' t clean paper of nice print but was absolutely delightfully cool, which, James B. Smith and wife, of New York
To those who are familiar with causes a great many tourists to stop off w 4?' '
C
on the wrong side of the fence. City. Mr. Palmer Is president of the ?; 1 A FAMILY JAUNT
and the is
while en route north fishing
mortality statistics'FIorida haslong ; Palmer Hardware In Savannah Oem. J& O.V'' .
$ Peace to i its ashes. excellent, big,, strings of fish being Company 'Y
4 been reconlzed to be one of the and Mr. Smith Is a well-known contractor In one of our canopy top phaetons or surreys
in
healthiest states in the'union but brought dally and builder, having built the Royal Lj can be enjoyed for any length of time
a
; FLORIDA is entitled to one lieu- C. C. Jerome has returned In his Victoria Hotel on Nassau, and most of without weariness. You can get more
b tenant for the regular the it may not be generally known thatit launch, Phenol, from,a trip_ of.a week or the lighthouses) along the Florida coast. solid comfort in one than in any other ve
by
army has the cleanest record of them hicle on the market. For the horseman
I' apportionment made in accordance all. Some authoritative statistics TMs} ii that loves speed, a runabout or as light as
to the army reorganization bill. It can be constructed, well-made and strong,
recently compiled show the more 1899 189'9 r he will find here at bed-rock .
f'l is expected that ,there will:be more Wall Papers-- prices.P.
tality rate of the United States to
than fifty applicants for the ap be 18 for each 1,000 inhabitants.The E. McMURRAY & BAKER,

.t pointment.; -- -- average death rate for 'the Manufacturers Agent Samples Now Ready. Main & Church Sts.,
of six southern
states
group name- JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
EVEN the plea that she wasI
ly, Alabama Georgia, Mississippi
k t woman and should be pardoned for., Louisiana, South:; Carolina and, I Rangpur Carpet. Ajute Carpet in matting State Agents for Sterling Bicycles.
; ; her rash deed, did not save Mrs "'".. '"
I :Martha Place, the murderess from Texas California's, is 13.55 for every 1,000. patterns:, Moth proof and cheap.
t mortality is 15.50
,f; being electrocuted at Sing Sing, Colorado 13.25, while Florida's,
ib,, Monday. Gov. Ilossevelt refusedto FURNITURE STQRE-; The Belvedere.
death rate !is less than 7.30 for I Opposite Postoffice.
interfere and the
.
execution camE'off
each 1,000 inhabitants, wh1ch'gives TITUSVILLE, FLA,
on time.DESPITE .
our state decidedly the smallest .
Imported and Domestic
,
the freeze which visited mortality of any. With such a ESTABLISHED 18:>2. "

Florida the ADVOCATE record it Is but natural that the nr- Oldest Fruit and Produce Commission Douse in Chicago. -'U
recently ,
tourist travel is increasing annually WINES LIQUORS and CIGARS.
office has been perfumed with the
I and that those come here whose ,
odoriferous orange blossoms this health defies inhabiting a sectionof & CO.
T. D. RANDALL
week, and it is understood that the less than excellent climatic con- Wine'Rooms for gentlemen only. Merchants Lunch Room, 12 to 2:30:: p. m.
trees in Canaveral section are white ditions. 25cts. Steaks, chops, game and oysters in season served after 12 noon.

with bloom. The blossoms received} -
oMMZSS=o II. W. METCALF,
t at this office are from the Chandler ,
JUDGE MINOR S. JONES.The Jacksonville, Fla.
a; grove, on Banana river. .
.
Early Vegetables, Melons, Fruits, and Southern Produce

"' ONE of our esteemed exchanges, absolute confidence of the :L ;iraeL.pplos a SpooLa11y'; ; .
people of Urevard County in Judge *! CHESEBRO BROTHERS !
-while lamenting the destruction of Give ns reference: The Merchants' National Bank of Chicago; Southern Express >r
4 *' about everything from the late Jones, and their unfailing devotionto I. Co.; Florida shippers on applic.Uion. Also state remittances'made in New

I freeze, is yet thankful that, the him personally, is amply justified York Exchange, or express money,orders on which theio Is no exchange. _
WHOLESALE
.! .. milk of human kindness was not II by the endorsements he has received


'Id't be frozen.thankful, And'that for, too is; something it is the one to Ho,has all just over ended the ;circuit.a long; hard COMMISSON ]FISH DEALERS) ,

term of the in Season 189899.They
\ touch of nature that makes the court Osceolu coun- THE MAPES .

I: ', world akin.TITUSVILLE. ty, and his conduct has established ,
;. ; No. 1 1, Fulton }Wholesale Fish Market New
'; his fairness and capacity in the have been the Stan- York.

needs the minds of all the bar. : dard Fertilizers for 20ANIJRES SPECIALTIES:-Spanish Mackerel, Sheephead, Pompano, Bluefish, Red
-
of her own citizens cooperation as much Beside tbe tribute of a 'banquetin Florida Snappers, Kingfish, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks.
his honor by the bar the Y.ars'7
as she needs the intlux of outside county Stencils promptly supplied. References furnished If desired.
officers and the business
of
i men +4
capital. Home enterprise expended Osceola, the following good things '
upon factories and building Interests CLARENCE II. MILLEK.
.' have been said of him by the state MILLER LOXOBOTUAU.
is that which tends to promote KatablUlied 1841.

c : the growth of a town, and local press : I ,

capital should be the first to Jones The In fairness his and impartiality and of Judge My Fertilizers Are as good as Mapcs- ; S. B.
rulings charges, his pa- -, : MILLER & CO.
come fprward. The most effective tience, firmness and unfailing: good humor "
encouragement to non-resident in- his kindness and coul'tcsy"and his They all qUOte MapeS As the Standard of Excellence.: ; ,

i vestors is to be found in local activity evident Intention to expedite the business tire WHOLESALE _
of his The MapeS put the money In of thegr
and local investments. court, made an extremely fa- pockets owers.
vorable Impression on the public.-KIs- COMMISSION FISH DEALERS
Is slmmee Valley Gazette. Vegetables, Strawberries, Orange and other Fruit Trees., ,

THE United Society of Christian Speaking of what it calls the'"famous" No. 7 Fulton Fish Market, New York.

Endeavor has received an ofllcial Shiver case, the Jacksonville\ Metropolissays Pineapples, Bananas Tobacco, etc.
: "Hon. Minor S. Jones, the new Special attention given to the sale of Pompano Spanish
4.. statement of the preparations for judge, presided and made a most favora- What yOU Want Are Results, Results, Results, Results. I have been Mackerel, Blue Fish ,
the etc.
first World's
Endeavor .
convention blo Impression' by his prompt and Impartial the Mapes Agent In Florida over Twenty Years. REFERENCES-Fulton: and Market National
to bo held In London in the rulings. The trial created great interest the Bank, or any Wholesale Fish dealerin

111 summer of 1900.\) Arrangements the court room being crowded, I, have SOld Millions of Dollars worth of their goods to Thousands of Kjf- Stencils. furnished on application.United States.
with ladles the "
are,being made to entertain 25,000 many among audience. Consumers all over the State. Of all these thousands not one single con. =
:
It Is with feelings of the '
delegates. The Cr.'stallalace' has deepest regret sumer has found fault with the Quality of these Goods.
that It has
pleased God In his In-
been engaged for one day, and this finite wisdom to lay the hand of death The best yields. The best keeping qualities.The I HAMMOND PACKING CO.
t auditorium can care for 100,000 and remove from the bench of this circuit ( (formerly-- The G. U. -
people in comfort, the 200 acres of the late lIon. John D. Broome, whoso most,, reliable in drouths. OUR SPECIALTIES Hammond Co.)
ground in and about it faithfully filled\ this position for over :
giving plen.ty ten,years and who commanded the love Always the best prices in all the markets. "Coin "
a, of space. aim respect of all good citizens..; and COngratulate !! Special"! hams and breakfast bacon.

our estimable governor, Hon.V Read the following. It covers all these points ; "Coin Special" canned meats.
i \ D. Bloxhani the wisdom he
TUE Gainesville upon "Calumet"
Sun says that has displayed In appointing your Honor "ORANOK PARK, FLA., August 27th, 1808. hams and* breakfast bacon.
i the example set by Mr. Flagler in to fill the vacancy made so by his death;!' "MR. J. R. TYSEN Agent Mapes Co., Jacksonville, Fla: "Calumet" leaf lard.

furnishing the farmers of Miami, an appointment which gives great satis "Dear Slr:-I have been raising vegetables for the Jacksonville market many Homemade
who lost their crops, with needed faction to this bodyand meets tbe approbation years with Indifferent success. You have often tried to induce me to use pure lard.

assistance, should be emulated by of all tho good citizens of this Mapes Manures, but I could never bring myself to It, as I always thought they "Peerless" compound lard, sausages
t all the railroad county.-General Presentment of the cost too much. This year I concluded to use them, and it has been a lesson to am Tall Packing, House Products.
companies and others Florida Branch
Grand Jury Osceola JACKSONVILLE FLA.
;
county. ,
who me. I had most excellent crops, notwithstanding the drouth, and my stuff
are fortunate enough to has always sold at once at the highest market price. I was especially fortun- -
be able to lend a helping hand. ate on watermelons.. 'My: crop was all large and choice. Customers were waitIng WILLIAM
The sooner the growers recuperate Rockledge.Manager for me every trip to the city, and I realized more than twice the prices my CLARKE Sanitary Plnmber,
from their losses the better it will neighbors did, and always sold my boatload at once. I got twelve to eighteen ,

be for all concerned All interests S. Proskey, of Hotel Indian ten cents cents for mine and I when tho slip I shall was profit full of hereafter boatloads offering them at from five to Fine Gas Fixtures Plumber
am sure this Sheet
River, has been on a trip to Palm Beach by my experience year. I and Gas Fitter Roofing
are to considerable
a very extent, this week. had splendid success, also, with Irish potatoes. ,
dependent upon the success of the "Very Truly Yours, J, L. MOORE." Iron work and
Mr. and Mrs Wm. M. Merwin, after pumps drain pipe bath tubs water closets
farmer To assist the
farmer is to for with full
to Pamphlets
spending sovera.1. months at their beauti 11rWrite me particulars, price, analysis, and tes ,
help yourself. No country that .ful winter home, have left for Milford, timonials" that will: 'Interest you. A full stock always on hand and Wash Stands Copper ressels of all re-tinned.

keeps the farmer's, nose to the, Conn., v .O*., XI. mrsO2Xr: : Agont, descriptions

t p grindstone can ever become pros J. 0. Shares and wife, of New Haven, 3Aol.eonvillo: X'1O.:. 37" Forsyth SL, near Laura St.,

JACKSONVILLE, FLAB









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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE MARCH 24, 1899. 6
t
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aI

Augustine.L templatlng a dramatic! entertainment, as tk tkr
St. It bas been hinted that there l III some

good talent the successful
7eufor entertainment .FERTILIZE.AjTOXUtaca.
the round of lover of high art.
been going We do
L
have not let little
things
ortate, but they are meetingII' relegate Us to a back Mat like of Perpetual a freeze! . .

| warm reception. built Eden wUMid have both
: chew r
tenderstela nice chu
States Lighthouse within the past
United
which has been tied up at CON twelve months, while Jensen has come : E

dock, for some time, has ,gone: to to the front with a town hall-not exACtly SPECIA.L PRICES
tl', three of a kind, but the hall is W
arleston. most frequently and largely attended.
detachment of

:dlerJ Ltrtnlsh from!>e'n drill the taking Sixth by: place a Regiment through Anil-the As tentlon soon, they to as other the are ladies going needed get to the turn hall their furnished ,t-- [f1I i] ; TOi

have Improvements, GrO"'V\Ters.

arNew Augustine.recent'arrivals. lri' the Is which may include a church; ..FineSwppl oo PF

Aroonjl the M.. arkham of the eng|l. -Please :
dwllrd mention the
ADVOCATE when
eUt corps Unltt1d States army, who hall writing advertisers. : .4.11 : For1l.1:1.mor.:: : PI

a assigned tu duty here.. ;' I-l i Price $25.0O.GUARANTEED 83T" Before buying the following :Materials be sure and apply to .
;
States volun- PH
T6ecompany mutinied dPf United at one of the Georgian ) Bovine. ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money '
that
ago, It Is rumoied : Moisture.................................... ................... .:........ ...... to 10 STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE,
Ii beienthereit confinement. Ammonia....... ....................................... .... ................... 5 to A | I
'Gene Stewart visited Titusvllle on 8 Equal to Sulphate ommh.a........................................ 90 to 28 BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE,
Vanderbilt and party \in.their I Monday. Available I'liocphorlo Add............................................,........ B to t
\ffm. K Equal to Bone rboaphaM Li me..r?............ 11 to 13 DISSOLVED BONE NITRATE OF SODA
ivate car, recently spent an afternoon On Monday last school for Pot hK2O....................... ............................................. II to fI '
route from a trip along the, was opened Equal to Sulphate of Potash............... ... .......................... ... stole SULPHATE OF AMMONIA 'l'OBACCOITEMS/:
If t'eD Coa t. ,They were homewardand the first time in the new school house. MagnesiaLime,8>xla, etc. ... .................... ............................. M to 60 : ,

and the party of millionaires Mr. and Miss Wingate, 'Gene KinKird 8 i C3T- Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, i

1pped off to enjoy luncheon the and Stella Dukes visited this place on COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES. I IH

ace de Leon. Sunday.The Q3 Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0

The city council met in special'sessionFriday cow hunt came off last week, but ? prices. ";
for the purpose of electing aCCe8SOr not neatly so many cows as was expect

to fill unexpired Corbett. The term council of ed were brought up. Please Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for 'VrH ::

,e late Judge B. Drysdale. Judge J. T. Snell, B. J. Stewart and 'Gene i!
Walter
ted Pamphlet.
which Stewart attended the Justice Court, at I-l .
judge,
don y dale he is has also successfully county filled for two po- Cocoa, on Monday. LITTLE FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.

are, which, with 'his new appoint- Mr. Prescott, of Huntervllle, drove his BROS. ID

fat, will\ necessitate his presiding one mule team into this town on Monday, I

bench of both courts. Previous to and spent several days with the familyof J"aokson.ville Floricla. I
election as county Judge: he had filled B. J. Stewart. ,
of the municipal judge for sev.
echair and In his position he dealt Little Mamie Houston had quite a .i\'

years t tjustlce! unflinchingly, and served the painful accident last week. While play- latest arrivals are Dr. and Mrs. Hassler nent truck growers, has a !garden fit for Fancy Pineapple Slips! and Suck '
Ing in the she stuck Melbourne. I
yard a prong of a 1
Beans
irell. and sister, Mrs. Cottin. any tropical country. cabbage,
ty rake through her foot; but the wound is celery and cucumbers are nearly ripe, era for SR1c.'..
much better now. Mrs. P. Bertelson and daughter, of and tomatoes are blooming: -
Beach. GOODE & OOODK.-Heal Estate and Lo ni. Mlcco were pleasant callers at the homeof
Palm I Agent for Mini London and Liverpool and Abbakas, Egyptian and Golden Queen, j
ROBERT SMITH'S (Philadelphia) India Jlohe, and Imperial Fire Innuranre. Special. L. Jorgensen, Tuesday Roseland. Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and Red
pale Ale, 25; cents per bottle, at Ci'abb's, attention. paid to the interest of non residents. On Thursday last week the steamer Spanish: Apply toMADDUCK
j We still have a large crowd of tourists Cocoa. Spartan brought down a jolly party A MATTHAMS! ,

It this place, although some. hundreds from Melbourne to spend the day at Oak Dr. Powell and a friend came down "Palm Beach Pinery," I
WHEN YOU GO TO MELBOURNE call at the
lire returned northwards. Palm Beach Fln.I .
West :
Itazaar, Mrs. Chan J. F. Campbell & Co., Millinery Lodge. from Mlcco In a boat Wednesday mornIng ,
\ Harry Disston, of Philadelphia, whoa Stuart.Dr. Notions Dry Goods, Ladies' readymade Some time ago quite a number of calling on Mr. 1). Cain.
and Underwear Ferris' Renowned
woven
| been here nearly all the winter, has Corsets,etc.,embroidery and colored silks, Scoble's fishermen from Tttusvllle moved Mr. and Mrs. L C. Moore spent Sun

lone to St. Augustine-to. follow the and Mr. Haney have gone on a souvenir spoons,Stationery,,etc. hero with boats and nets, as the fish are day In Melbourne, going and coming In
road cruise to Palm Beach. so plentiful In the waters around hero. their launch, the Tarter.

] The Misses Phipps, who have beenere Mr. Cleveland has sold his home place HOTEL RIVERSIDE }MELBOURNE FLA., Messrs. Smith, Wells and Christenson Mr. E. P. Branch was down from Mel TRY BUG DEATH
for several weeks have gone to and left for Miami. overlooking Indian River homelike accommodation : entertained their numerous friends on
and rood board,. Rates t\M per bourne last week, looking over some of
jVasbington, where they are to remain Friday evening. Dancing was the entertainment
day or 90.00 to $7.00pe r week according to the Bank property hero.
loroe time before going to their home In Mr. Watson, of Georgia. has moved into location of room. Special rates to River for the evening. At eleven ON GROWING

Tittsburg.I the Luce cottage. people -jrt.., CHAS.. T.I'rophEetor. o'clock refreshments were served, after Sunday morning the occupants of 4. I
.. which dancing was continued till a late Trilby cottage were !awakened to find VEGETATION.
I R. T. McFadden's schooner, Queen, oftan Bluefish are quite abundant now. Mr.
I the storehouse Feed
lire. and
tools
hour. St. Patrick was honored by the on ,
Gallie went aground on Friday McFarland hauled in one, on Friday last,
for the ADVOCATE, and the fertilizer wore all burned The only .1
fnornlng at the Lake Worth Inlet with a I that weighed: 14lbs. Subscriptions many bows of green decoration! '
the pink paper of the East Coast will be of the rooms. Those present from neighboring ; thing saved was one wagon. By hard An Insecticide and
arty of tourists from Rockledge on A. A. Poppleton is spending a week received at the Melbourne Postoffice. towns were the Misses Carroll, work the dwelling and kitchen were I

iard. with his daughter. lIe has a tine, new Kendrick and Stark; the Messrs. Stark, saved. The loss will ho connldeiftblo, an Plant Food ,,

Joseph Walker, of New York, recently naphtha launch, built by Bettsey Bros. Carroll and Miller of Malabar; Mrs. R. Mr. Drake had alaigulot of ,tine tools

r caught from the pier a red snapper Martin Young has moved his fishing Messrs. Ernest Blanchard and Chester A'. Haidee, Miss Braddock, of Sebastian.S3T" and the house was full of all sorts of Combined.
Braineid spent several days In town the things Messrs. Drake nnd Todd wont M Nx..uw.+ f..M 1hw j
that weighed 20;)} pounds. It was by far crew from Jensen to Stuart, and a large s.a..+.N.. I it,*
past week. to Melbourne, Monday, to buy n now
the largest fish of its species ever caught
Mr. Steuben
number of out.
men are As an advertising medium, no ADVANTAGES OF USE: :
of the necessities.
lit Palm Beach. Mr. Walker landed 'It F. C. Hewitt and Sam Martin left here supply
has full force. Both claim
also a parties paper on the East Coast can beat the Easy to apply, wind does not blow It
with the use of a rod and reel. the is not good but all last: Friday on the commodore's launch trial
expect ndvt.
season ADVOCATK. Give us a off, anal rain will not wash It oft Pro
Alligator Joe's projected fight between plenty of fish will soon be In the river. for points south. and be convinced of the pink paper'* Wanted, vents blight. Non-poisonous and will

i cruckodile and an alligator did not From the first to the last of season a big Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dargan and little worth. '- not Injure anything except Insect) life;

ake place on Friday afternoon, as ad- business is done here. daughter of Atlanta Oa., are guests of : For the summer months. situation as mi excellent plnnt food, and will Increase

ertlsed, Manager Sterry forbade Joeo For the benefit of those who cannot afford Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Lockwood.T. caretaker of hotel or private property. growth of crop. Send for circulars and
have anything of the kind on the to build sheds over their pineapples Georgiana. Understands lawns, (lowers, shrubs, etc. testimonials from those who have used
jhotel grounds, and at the request of a correspondent will give the result of II, Knight; Jr., has almost recovered Address, II. B., It. Try It-It will do all wo claim.
your and will to
fall
from his return '
severe ,
arge number of the guests of the two Noah Park's experience with palmetto his home in Philadelphia before long. :} Miss Rosa Lyman returned to her Men lit, Fla. })ANFOIITII CHEMICAL Co.,
otels an officer was sent to Joe to pre leaves. Counting ten hours work a day, home In Kenosha,.Wisconsin, last week.J. Or Loomlnstor, Mass.'
pent his giving it anywhere. he was just nine days spreading the E. A. LIppert, of Cincinnati, who has' -You will find some Interesting news R J, Martlnay, Gen'l Agt.,
here left \V. Bruner, of Illinois, has purchased Fla.Insecticides .
Joseph Jefferson has changed his leaves over one acre. fie has already spent sometime on Mondayfor on our Inside pages J .
the P. ( Ilalnlln here
Miami. We wish him success in his ; property
been offered $300: for his pineapple crop.
Iplans, and will not go to Hot Spilngsnext The community extends to him cordial
hom '---------- ,-
Did of the ADVOCATE readers do new
week, as he had planned. Mrs. any
welcome and wish him in his
success
Uefferaun will go to Hot Springs, but Mr. better than this ? Why cannot our pineapple I' Messrs. Bylngton and Standford had southern homo.
efier"son Is to remain here until he /goes crops be saved when there are some fine port fishing last Tuesday sunny and Powder Guns
Jacksonville for his Easter Monday acres of Nature own covering so near morning, and brought home some line : Mr. McNamara and family loft Thurs .
| DgigcmeDt.:: Mr. Jefferson expects to our doors ? Let those who can do no fish for inner. day for their former homo In Connecti

joined here on Tuesday by his sons, better, try the above simple means of cut. Their many friends are sorry to 'A _
Uarlie and William Jefferson, who are protecting their crops. Mr. and Mrs. Byington, little daughter; have them go, but hope to sou them return Road the following from Mr. Brown, H.O\ well known on the Enat_Coast :'
south
and maid returned from their trip
[al&oto be with him at Jacksonville. next winter. "Hvi-oLUxo FLA. Nov. us 1898.
last Monday, much to the delight of ,
'Some extensive additions are to' be POISON but Webb's Pure Alcohol, their Melbourne filends. Mr. Kingman took a merry party "MR. 0. R. TVS: ,
NO ,
made to the beach club-house the coming around the island In his launch one day "J ACKSONVIIU:, Fl.A :
Fla.Daytona..
Cocoa
at Crabb's Chas. R. Faran, of Cincinnati,' Ohio, landed
the old
last week. at
lummer. The dining room is to be enlarged arrived in town last week, much to the They castle "Dear Sir: *-I have boon using the Laurel Green I got from you this seasonon
: and most delightful picnic
and a kitchen added. A private of his old friends. lie Is enjoyed a three micros of beans, and never saw anything to equal it. There Is not a worm
delight
dining hall will be put In on the second now a of many Hotel Carleton.A dinner while there. Then they went on to be seen. Put on with a powder gun I find land plaster is not required. It i I. .
guest where left the
of
floor to Oceanus they part
and several private I rooms added. acting well on tomatoes and eggplants. J. BROWN."
A second story is to be added to the lolly party took a trip on the steam company to enjoy a stay at the beach for
editor of the Daxen- few the others returning homo \Vrlto to mo (Clms. K. Tym-ii, .Tacknonvllle) for pamphlet and
a days
,
piazza, and a new electric light plant B. F. Dillinghast, er Spartan last week to Oak Lodge. quotation
pat in. The lawn is also to be newly port (Iowa) Democrat, is one of our via Some of the folks liked the place so well the carne day, Buying "Oh, wo had a
graded. decided remain while. lovely time." .
itors. that they to a ----- -

E. M. Brelsford dealer in real estate, Mrs. Roberts has a very handsome Mr. Raymond and niece, Miss Ida M.

lately made another sale of property in collection of pictures ou exhibition in Webster, of Chicago, are pleasant guestsof Fort Pierce. WXSOKER<
the line of development of Palm Beach the Clark building.The Hotel Carleton; also Mr. Standfoid

The property transferred was the old Baptist congregation are occupy and son, of New York, who are here for MANUFACTURER OF! -

front Charles Moore homestead on the lake ing their new church, on Palmetto ave., health. C. Smith, of ''Woodley, was in townSaturday.
north of the church of Bethesda- though the edifice Is not yet completed.A Commodore Jacob Wilder and wife; .
Umbrellas
,
"Hhe-sea, and extends from land owned and Parasols.
also Mrs. Kltteiing and Miss Mary McPherson -
by' Mr. Maddock to that of ,Mr. Swift. meeting was called for Wednesday of Chicago, came up from Val. Dr. Hughlett was a pleasant visitor in
Tie purchaser is Rev. J. N. Mulford, night, at the armory, to select a County karia last Saturday to do some shopping town this week.

the'ho property.has plans for the development of appointment.Commissioner, to .be recommended for and calfon friends. This section was visited by some good Repairing and Recovering Neatly Done All work Guaranteed.

Silveinail: is preparing to build )Ir. and Mrs. L. C. Moore came up rains and heavy winds last /Sunday, Branch: 3 U W. Bay st. 20 Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Mr. house on his Rldgewooi. from Rutland: in their launch Tailor Mrs Frank Bell and family, of Lemon ---.-- .... -
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quite a
Jensen. There will be twenty-three bed list Saturday: to spend a few days with View, were visiting friends In town last
lot besides the other apartments Mrs. Moore's parents, Mr and Mrs. Jno.Clootie Saturday. I M Milt*, Pearl or Cat-tall, 25o. per Ib. by mall; l.'c. express or
-' chambero, as Mr. Goode has been very SEEDS freight. German, best for hay, 2.10 per bushel. Kaflir Com,
Miss Mamie Stark is visiting her sister, Father O'Boyle is quite busy, looking feeble lately. :Mr. Goss Tu'cker left for St. Augur white and red, also Jerusalem corn, 20ct. per Ib. by mall; lOctaIb. .
Mrs i chuich. He wants to erect a tine and Jacksonville last Sunday> for a
U. P. Wolf. after his to cost between four and five Little Frasier Campbell, age four, Is few days vUlt. by express or freight. /Sorghum:: early orange, 20ct per Ib. by mall;

Mr, and Mrs. John Stanley, of New building thousand dollars. We wish him all sue the youngest bicyclist in town, and Is lOcU Ib. express or freight.
The Rev. Mr. Allen held services In
fork, who own a large Pineapple plan. in his work. the proud owner of a pretty little wheel. the Methodist church last Peanuts, Spanish, $1.50 per bushel. Ghufas, $.160: per buihol.
cess Sunday morning -
tlon here He looks cute on his wheel as he
have been at the very '
stopping Seed; Corn In ,
A1 I Fresco hotel recently. Neville! Clark and Harry Thompson, !goes out daily with his father or motherfor and evening to large congregations : variety

students at Rollins' College, ran over a spin on our tine shell roads. Archdeacon Brown will hold Episcopal Cow Peas, market prices. '
,Mm N, Waller, our County Commlsuner from Winter Park .on their wheels, to services !In Mm. J.Tyler's parlor next Write for price list. .
West Is in town and
now we are
has
been wen Capt.
down to which speaks
decide presumably spend Sunday, a fact Monday evening, 27th fnst. at 730: ;
between the merits of the two county roads. pleased to welcome him among us. lIe p L. CAMERON. Seedsman,
Volusla
for the All Invite.A .
m. are cordially
has bought the Hector property and we
praying for in the
matter of distribution recognition of shell on our G. W. Garland, of Keene, N. II., who trust soon to see that place as of old- nice dance was given at the Town 126 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.KtUblUhfxl .

roads. We feel very much alarmed at has been one of our winter residents for one of the prettiest spots on the East hall last Friday by the young men. A -- --- -- -_. --
the winning i manner In which the fair several years, died on Friday last from Coast. He expects to bring his family large number were In attendance, and
bet of the the result of a crushed toe, here. until 1H70, j
northern portion are beseig- eangreen dancing was kept up midnight. jL
log block of Ice fell last aura-
our which a
"county Can't of I
daddy. some upon
Our ladies ln this section smile a sort of mer. PURE CALIFORNIA WINE, bought dl. CHAS. R. TFSEIT

JKWote ueroad, which may fill in the gap-in( Mrs. D. A. Blodgett had a few friendsat rect of St. George Vineyard, San Fran- Eldora. ,,
We mean with shell P If home on Sat-
) we Rldgewood
elegant
her cisco at Crabb's, Cocoa.Grant. .
hjaactionshtog jo else i, we will get out an urday evening, to meet lIon. J. C. Burroughs (Successor to The J. R. Tyson Co., Established 1876)You )
end senator from Mr. C. S. Houston of Osteen, I is now ,
stop these north re-elected J
Imiles. the and his wife, who are spend. working for Mr. I'. W. Robert can SAVE GOOD by tending' to me for quotations on
Michigan,
Ing a few weeks here, guests of Mr. and Mr. P. W. Roberts Is now nearly recovered Meys ; I
Mkuiba'1 as stated In last
masque Grain Cotton I Seed Halls and
,the 1.ee, '88ue, came off on Mrs. lodgett.II I from a severe sprain of the ankle. Hay, Rice ,

t inn 17tb. Those who were anticipating E. Thompson has gone to Ormond, Mrs C. F. Latham was In Melbourne 8. Adams and son were anchored oft ,
I fandMg: od time fully| realized their to build the addition to C. G. Bostrom'shouse Monday. Eldora several days this week, waiting Feed of all' Kinds.,,
Pr! "Pectations, for It was a most which is to be occupied by Dr. for a fair wind before starting to Mlamr.A. '
;
ol1nced to lose the Chas. Werning spent Saturday and
Cldredpeople success. There and were over a G. M. Wallace. We are l landmark-an sorry old. Sunday In Melbourne. F. Fountain, our mall carrier, U POULTRY FOODS, Wheat, Cracked Corn, Meat and Bone, Gravel, Cracked

the present of, the occasion everyonef In doctor, as thenfew left of Daytona' Stark and Miss always on time. Our mall arrives regu Bone, etc., eto. !'
spirit
f full earnest timer among n. C. daughter, Kitty, '
and
at 9 Satur
era)hours and enjoyment. After sev- pioneer days. visited friends here recently.Mr. day.larly a. m. Wednesday WHEAT, RYE, Graham Flour, whole winter wheat Flour, Breakfast Cereal,

removed ofVna.quradiDe'? masks were full to repletion of Osborn of New Buckwheat, etc., Grit, Meal and Bacon. .
Last week was and Mrs. York,
tho continued. Frank Sackett and wife and Mrs.
We fun still kinds and, apart from Mr. FERTILIZER CHEMICALS of all kind Kainit Acid eto. Tobacco
handsome amusements of all left Friday evening for palm Beach. Phosphate,
costumes'were worn establish. Will Sackett, of Springfield Mass., and
and different? characters represented, the various events In private was open every Dr. Peek, of Melbourne, paid several George Straban, of Mime, Fla'., was call ,Stems, Tobacco Dust, best Canada Ashes, Salt, etc. j

t'Inctlcaliy true to life. No one would ments, the Opera that house night being a masquerade professional visit here the past week. lag on friends Tuesday.Mr. INSECTICIDES. Laurel Green, Part Green, Blue Stone, London Purple, Flour

omrstlnoths ono ere were any bard evening but ball one In the, armory. This week Oscar Nelson has returned to Eden Holden and wife left on their Sulphur, Bi-sulphide of Carbon, Caustic' Soda, eto. s .

th e I festive set bad and they but wit- bids fair to see the Opera house gas after a visit with his mother and sisrert houseboat Monday for Hawks Park, af. BUILDING MATERIALS. Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, File Brick, Fire Slabs, ,: !

tenjjj of the garb Joyous last count fully occupied. Monday night a of this place. ter a viiit of several weeks to Mr. J. 1', Hair, Shingles, Lath, etc. '
of eve-
participant dancIng
walk Tuesday night the children'* Wilkinson and family.Mr. I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF CONSUMERS ORDERS. Will furnish ..:
daaaesofnho? rtalnment' "Variety Is the class Wednesday night reception Oak Lodge bat become quite. popular you with

," and a* a change from the party Palmetto Club, etc., etc. resort for winter touri U. 'Abi ng, the Samuel Walsh, one of our promld freight rate to your place. JACKSONVILLE, FLA,
"C1D8 of
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some
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!' ,., SUCCESSFUL I Daytona. Florida East Coast Ry. I Jacksonville, Tampa

EVERY ---- &
who raises fruits
_
.f ? ; it'' ,
j [Too late for last issue,] TIME TABLE NO. ,19, Itt EFFECT MARCH 13, 1899.>> Key West R'y.
,! 1', vegetables, berries or
I ; The Mason-Wall Co. now occupy their!
SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Peal UP):
grain knows by experience now store In the Rogers' block. .
No
1 \ a; Nol3:
" the of having a I I Dr. DcOraw'a store, on Volusla avenue Dall No 09 1. Dally No D"II 86 7 Dally STATIONS No'I8'No Dally 14 Dally 086 Dally 088 No 01 JOSEPH H. DURKEE Receiver.
importance exmo b Dall1 Datl7
q It near the depot, Is finished. -IU Ex au'Ex IU Ex .u I I1 ,

(lOOp I20p 92h. SnaLv............ ......---1-.....Ar 1211p12000 806p eo3.> BOUT NORTH _
' t:1t: large percentage of A. B. Turner who for half a centuryhas 000p 220p: lOb 845sAr.rr....... et.Aagustln.Lv 1186 825p1100a 206p 'I0IIa I IlI06p In Effect Feb. 1, '09. _

edited the Grand Rapids Eagle, has ..... Il1s63oaLv............StAnguetino...........Ar6 1116 ...... ...... T01st No.209., No. 21. No. 37 lIio.23 0.32. No. 38 No. 78. '0 ,
; ... ... .. ....... .&.'...Ar "
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...H..tIDIr&.L, lllU .. '1105 P 'i12iiii 92O5 Lv..JACKSONVI i 30 a m 8 o5p .140 pm":"';'
been visiting Daytona.One :_-::::- iTb s '"J11. Ar..Po7aka: ... . . ,L,. .. .. ii 35p ..n.n. 1..Oraun.g..e l'ark... ...... II 112&m .... ... Tltpm .. ,
i : of the "Rough Riders," J. Ogden ...... f-Ud T ;P.iehs ..Ar 6 ... ... tiF4itp ........ ........ ..... ............Peorl& ..... .... ... ........ .. .' .Iq.ry.... : .
::: ::: ..
tt ... agnolla. .... .. .... .
Potash Ar .... .... Mste-oj'--'Li. 1 tZ03 a Z 1')09& ........ )1 m 216p84g
I .
.. i &ri
('; a Wells Is here on a visit to his family, .. .. burss! /p T -.... .-.. _' . ...:.:.:...t .210 a 0$1 lu 1511 ......Greet.f'". 9pringe.... .8D913a m 2 Up II'" pm"Pm '.
and Mr. and Mrs. Wells are happy to -Tor;. .v.r "f'olI2a :::::: .... lose 2blp1105a......, ..l'alattla.: ... .... .... llOOam 128p 11MI'm "i46"

t have their with them. 110ip tV28.p L v... ........E 8TPi T ilta..L,. "IlII:7.: ::::7. 13i ........ ........ ........ ...... ...n...n. Baleuma..h.nn.. .n....... .....J. .......... ... t
son ... : 10 .I............Ormond.............. 84 7 41 ...... ...... 4 I50a ........ ................. .. .. ....... omona............ .. ... .... .. ,
}j ii fertilizers. If the fertilizer had last week visitation of sneak 1I21p..... 111p1041a ..............DaytoD.s.nn.n... .". 8 408 .nn..n... 4891 .... ........ ........ 11 50a .....Cre.centCltyJ.nctlon... a 01 i m .. lI1pn() 'iic.' "
i in his We a "
( [ ., ... .... ... .n.
;, 11 .1. 122P 10Ma .1. Port Oranre. 8211 ...... t. is 213a atop 1209p ........... ..86"111.... ........ 3:10am: 1Z10p .lIOpJII
thieves and burglars, and several houses sop....... l"p1112& .". ..n.......NewSmyrnasn....... ". 804 5U n.... 4101 5051 248. ........ 1228p .......DeLeon Sprlngl....... 248am ........ .111 1010
i: is too low in Potash the were entered. The parties seem to have 12..."a. ............ 2llp 120011 .. n.. ...,............. oak Bill ............. "" 2 .. ..... ... ... ......... ........ ........ ... ,......... Olenwood ................... ......P..m.. _
2Mp .n. Tltwn1l1e, .. 2 12a .........I\ere.ford.... .... .. 22:1am:
I left town-heading towards Titusville, It ... .. ..... 3281 .. ... .. ..,.......... Cltl Point.n..nn.......... 128 .... Sop 307a .JOp 12Mp L" .......... 1202p. 3511pm lIE"'
'. harvest is sure to be small, and is thought. .... .. .. 881p 1281p ...nnn..... Gocoa ."...nn..... I 725.r... .top 1211p Ar,.) ....,. DeLand ....... (Ar.. ........ l1fOa 330pm1120a.
: ... 3OOpI230pL 1220p .Ulpm ::::::
184a. 84'p 1245p ..n..nn.Rock4edre.nnn.n.. 1061 : 24.u. .... ::.
3171 .. ..
)H' of inferior 1'heyachtrace Friday was a close affair ... ...... t:7p:: ......... ... .EauGallI.: ............ 1224 2541..S. 7081 ........ 10p..OnngeCityJuno.. ...... 210 am.... .... 34. pm tsp.
t quality. / .. .. /801 ........ ...... ...' .... tloop ..... .... };merprise ... ....... ........ 320pm
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... 128p ... ...... "
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Mischief and the Name- .Melbourn..... .... 1214 .... .... Lv .... ,
the .. LLE. .
between .. .,.. ...
.. ... 3 Ar .T1
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.y ...... .. .. ...... .... ,. ..... .. ..... 111p n UOOpm :::::::::
1I1I1p. .
.Roseland .. ....
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Our books tell about the proper fertilisersk less, the former managing to /get a little 1..... .:... .lIaJp .. .. .. ......... ....8ebaRttan............. 11 H87 ........ :................ 8 "I'......Mt. Dora................ .......... 037a .......... ........,
, k for all and we will gladly tend them the best of her opponent by the use of a ... 61ep ... St. Lucia ............ .. : ..... ........ ........ ."... .. 'I Olp ............Ta..re ....... ,. ..140am.., ..... t 11211a 02fla 340.... '
:; crops In In the B4Da ..:.. II20p 2111p ...nn..n.F. Ple e..n.... .... ...... .30164np lOOa 3Ma .lIIIp.I35PAr..8anford..L Pm'T14p.
( halloon jib. The others came ...... .... ............. 1042. .... 4112 a 11 flip 242: P.n.n.Arlandon.n.. 12 Dlpm 10.2& 215pm ... .
> fret to any armer. .... ...Eden.... .......... .... .... .... ? ..
.
order: Flirt Adeline Marie ... .. .. .. ........ '100& lIap 4 25p .......Lakeland..; .... 0111pm .101fa 12 10pm ...
.." following: In .... 116IIp.... .. ?.... .. ....Jensen .n.n... .....: ... .. .:.... .... .. "'
OEl MAN KALI WORKS. Ripple, Alma and Coot. ...... .. ... 'lOOp .. ..............Stuart .......... ....... ...... ........ .9toa 80Up 45op..n..Bartow..n..n. Sl pm 007a 112Oam:...,".
.. ....N 25 186p ............Hobe Sound........... 0 .1.... 0 .... ...... ........ 'Il0a 1051p 10 pAr..PuntaGorda..L"....... .... T S pm 1120& 1033pm ........
:W 93 NasMU t., New York. ::: : ...... ........ 817a 820p 535p.n..Tampa. p 10331' 1000am: ......
West
The lecture on India last night by Rev. Dally Jupiter.......... 01 ... .:(lDally ..r?. ..... .... ... ... .Tam Hotel. .I 807a
:'t, 588aExsu .... r..n.WeatPalmlteach.n.... 8 Ilia ... .1.I .
__ W. C. Barnes, was a great treat to those ulll !lorip Lv.Palm leach Inn..n.n" 86ai10' x IU ..... 10201'lllIAa .100111'IIOIa Mon.Thur.Sat.; 8Ma 850p/ e2OpAr..n..IortTampa..n..Lv'iOOpm. 730a'1020im : ::::::'

who heard It. Mr. Barnes I is a fluent : 114(1& 74p./ IIIOp ......... Royal Poinciana ....... 10 15a'a61Op ...n... 10 lOp Tuell.Fri.&f\un 300p OOOp. 3001'LA..PortTampa..Ar Ar..Key We.t..Lv 200pm..Thur.Sundyy.1MI'm ........
'Wed.Rat..tMon
A PRINCELY GIFT FROM MR. Add most interesting speaker and, beingto OlSa IlIIOa 1I2Op. ....... Wed Palm Beacb..... Ar. 8 lloop ...... 846. Wed.Sat&Mon 6001' 80'.Ar.n......Havana.........L,. 12301' m.. .... Wed.8at.4lon: :
with ...... 10101; .. :: .n".n. ... Boynton..I .. 1184p ...... ......
r-"r?I FLAGLER. the manor born, speaks as au 101 ..... ............ .. ..Delray.... ......... : Sl2OalOlOa841rp.. ...... .......
% thority. Owing to a mistake In deliverythe ::: ;; 1102& 1017p.. :: ,.........Fort Lauderdale........ :: ...ill. /N1, ...... ...... I Dally. t Dally except Sunday. JMon., Wed. and Fri. I
notice, the lecture was not attendedas .. .. 1187a 10l\3p ..... .......Lemon city .. ... ...... 4081 ...... .. .... Train leaving Jacksonville 9:20 a. m. arrives Gainesville 1:35 p.m.,Ocala 2:10 p. m., Leesbnrrl
b'', Mr. Henry M. Flaglcr, the Standard It should have been. Those not present 8101 II 41\a I1IIOp 100p Ar.. .. .......Mlaml. ..... .. ..Lv 4. 4 OOp .,. ... 1 3 rfSOj>. m., dally. I
Buffet Cars between
Trains 21 and 32 Carry Through Pullman Sleeping Cincinnati I
d 011 magnate and owner of the F. E. C. lost a treat. BETWEEN NEW MlVItNA AND OUANGE CITY JUNCTION. and local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa open for accommodation of puseugen'': l

No.8 No i STATIONS No. 2 No. 4 Union Station Jacksonville, at 9 p. m.

Railway and palatial hotels, recently aaup 82OeLv.n... '... n.nn.1. New Smyrna..n..n.n..Arhgs3 j) INDIAN RIVER SERVICE.

closed the deal for a residence and lot In Viola Allen's Literary Aiplrutloni.Miss 4 BlIp II -n. ............................ Lake Helen................. .........L,. 1016& II Up Indian River Steamers leave Titusville 4:00: p. m., Mondays Tuesdays, Wednesdays and
4.7p 114:1a: ...... ................. .Orange City............................. 10048 5 Op460p for St. Lucie Kiveiand intermediate landings returning, arrive TitusvilleVednMdu.Than
:Macon Ga. 'Ho will build handsome Viola Allen, the "star" of Hall ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. days ;
a \ 950aAr. .. .Orange City junction... ... .....,.... 10008 1100, Thursday s, Fridays and Saturdays at 12 noon. -n'
house on the property on' Georgia Calno's dramatization of his popular All trains between New Smyrna and Orange City unction Daily except Sunday. W. B. COFFIN G. D. ACKERLY
? no el, "The Christian" has always as- General Superintendent. General Passenger Ajnml
4 avenue, next .to Maj. J. F. Hanson, and pired to be an author. She has said Key West Havana and .Nassau.KEY {

known as the.Niabet or Dedrick place. that there are two things which she -

r.' ); It was bought from Mr. Edward Wolf would rather do than act: write a book, WEST. The steamship "City of Key W 1'It' ," of the Florida East Coast Steamship
She will Company leaved Miami for Key west on Mondays We for $17,500. It is understood that Mr. or be a trained nurse. now train from Jacksonville about 11:00 p. m., arriving at Key West next day noon. ,Florida Central & Peninsular Railroad
I make her literary debut in an article Leave Key West 2:80 p. m. standard time) on Tuesdays.. Thursday and Saturday: arriving
';; Flagler will build a $20,000 houso. The which she has written for The Ladies' Miami next morning time to connect with north bound train.

hbuse and lot will be a present to MrF. and
Home Journal
reciting explaining
HAVANA. The Steamship "Lincoln" of the Florida East Coast Steamship Company
; Clisby Wise and her sister, Miss Keehan, fully "What the Life of an Actress leaves Miami for Havana on Htvndayg and Wednesdays after arrival of train from Jackiion
t Means. Ville about 11:00: p. m., arriving at Havana at 8110 p. m. Mondays and Thursdays. Time Table In Effect Mar. 12, 1800.
interested \ ; Leave Havana TuoHday and Fridays at luau a. m. (standard time), arriving Mlama
Wednesdays and Haiurdajs in time to connect with north bound train
rrWe would esteem the favor if our NASSAU. Service. for the winter season begins Januar110.1t1OO. Proposed sailings as C .
daughter had for,Mrs Wise when they readers, when writing or calling upon follows: ,;, h 10':1:1: : 10': AmV, AM. !! .Ii d:
: = = NORTHERN POINTS. .. I
; !: ; -CIJ
:j- 18 ;; c. ; 1A 1-;) -
f, were school girls together. our advertisers to purchase merchandise, FROM ill I ASH. KKOM: NASSAU. A .H. og. .H. Pog Y A Av A !

+'' 4 It is understood that a suite of, rooms etc., would mention the ADVOCATE. Tuesdays and ]Fridays January 10 to February Wednesdays and Saturdays January' 11 312a 08p Lv Titusville FEU Ar. 2041 44a 2611 -

f' will be fitted In the house for Mr.\ 4. to February 4. 2 05p 7 offs/ 11 OOa 6 Sap Lv. St. Augustine Ar 220p 10 aria OOOp 10 311a
( up Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday., Feb- TuesdRYll.1'hursday and Saturday. Feb- 3411a 430p8211210p, Lv..Jack80nvllle..Ar lOOp 900a...... 740p 9iiSa 9Mp
Flagler's; use He has expressed himself Remember that the INDIAN RIVER ruary 6 to March 81. ruary 7 to April 1. '. 430a 1120p .... 01101\ ...... 84111' Lv.n..Yulee.8 & ..., 6Up sot 911p!
4 as much impressed with Macon and in ADVOCATE does all kinds of job printingat Tuesdays and Fridays April 4 to Wednesday and Saturdays, April 5 to 550p : .... 03fJl040pAr..remandlna..Lv. .. ... 'I30a ..;.. 61111' 730a 100p
Anril 8101 715p..1 0 3da 2 8p101pAr..Everett..Arl0: 8a 6110a ...... a lop) 630a 1t1p!
terested in the future of the town. short notice. Send them an order April 28. 29. ta 'I4IIa 845p.i1D'hv 3111p ...... Ar.Brunswick. ..L" 0111& 11411& ...... .00p.. ...
and be convinced that It is the place to Steamer depart from Miami and Nassau, at 8:00 p. m. of days advertised arriving at ...... .... ...... 12271 34'lpl1119pAr..8avannah..Lv 022& 6 ." .
"1 It will be remembered by readers of have job printing: done. destination next morning. .... ...... 600p1235p 3Sip12OOaLv.Savannah! ... .Ar 21fa ...". "...
Connections made at Nassau with Ward Line Steamers to and from Santiago and 0"3p 21111' 5 Sep 2 05a Ar. Fairfax. S. C.Lv ,36a 5 .. .. ..,.
the ADVOOATE that Mr. Flagler has visited ..ClenfuegoH Cuba on certain dates .::::: :::.:::104I1p 3001' 614p 2II0a :: ?Denmark, S C :: U8& . ....
', t Macon several times of late and the I for ...... .....: ..,... 935p 1.351' 6Ma ..Augullta, oa. ...... ...45a..3. ...,
[Send the ADVOCATE an order any These Time Tables hoW the times at which trains and boats may be expected to arrive and ...... ...... ...... 43t1p 739p 44.1& Columbia. S.C. 1140a .. ". '
result of his visit is said to be as above. job printing ;you; need.] depart from the several stations and ports but their arrival or departure at the time ...... ...... ....... .. .. ......lI2. a Spartanbur SC" ...... .07p......"....
stated is not guaranteed nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any ...... ...... ..... .... .. .. 14111' Asheville.N. C. .: ..... .... .
consequences arising therefrom. ...... ..,'... ..? 8tOpl1J.1p: OIlOa Charlotte N. C. 3.4al02Op ........ / '... .
For copy of local time card call at 226 West Bay Street Jacksonville or address .... 10 lOp 1242a 1047a Salisbury, N. C. 23t1a 82 p......
? ATTENTION, ORANGE GROWERS Notice. J. P. BECKWITH. Traffic Manager. J. D. EARNER A. O. P. A. :::::: :::::: ::...,11271' 11\7a\ 1210p "Greensboro',N.C":: 124&. 720p......, ?. ..... .
,; St. Augustine ..... 1236& 307a lOOp Danville va. 1200& 6071' ...... ...... ,
AND FARMERS.I I ---- :.:.:: :::::: :.. .. 80oa., 62111' RIchmond. :: .. .,.. 12 lIOn.........11 .. ...
...... .. .... ...... 245a 4117a 32111' Lynchburg. Va. 132ap 3 Mp ...... 2Mp.." ......
In Circuit Court, Brevard County, .. ....... .. .... 64/1a/ 11281) Charlottesville. 845p 2111p I I.......,. ...... .
ti.i "1 Florida: IN CHANCKHY. .:..:: '. ...... TMa 945a 001\11 I' Washington( liMp 11111& ....... ,. ... ...'
A "Farmers' Institute, under the au- ...... .:::. .....' ...... 1105a 11 2Ip.! : Baltimore :: 437p 942a ...... .. .
spices of the State Agricultural College, John J. Flannery *) \ .. .. ...... 118p Philadelphia 2'Bp 720&........p......... "..
tl will bo held In Cocoa at tbe town hall VS.Frank ..:.:: :::: ...... 203p 31\3p 623a :: New York :: 12 lIOn 12111& .,...., .',''''.. "
.;".; 1 on Thursday, March ,30th. The followIng -, sine L.R.Everett Everett, his and wife RoBill i Mortgage.TT to Foreclose. .. ... .. .... .. .... 0001' l100p 3001' ... ..Bo ton. .. ... ...... 600p ...... ... .,. "..

) speakers have been named by the Marian E. Russell and ...... ..... S OOp Lv Jacksonville Ar ...... ...... ...... 855s\ 9Pp
college and local committee: Dr. II. E. Alfred Russell, her bur .. .... .. ...... 1012p Ar.... Everett .... Lv .,;... ...... ...... 63011 HOp
band, 1(00xr ( 34"1\1"1'.. ...... ...... 1120a .... Atlanta.... ...... ..... ...... 106op,128bn
Stockbridge, W. S. Hart, Prof. P. II. the affidavit of A. J. Lewis, .. .. .... ...... 930a ..Chattanooga: .............. ...... 610)1)) 6491
Rolls, and Benj. Bradt. It is also intended I attorney appearing for by tile complainant In this cause = .. ...... ..... 7 Sop ....Clnclnnat! .. ... ................ .. .. .... gt0pNoe
.' ; to have an address by W. II. Mo- that the defendants Marian E. Russell analAlfred fvo'i
Russell her husband, are non-realdenta :30. M and 38 make connection for .
Farland, on his system of tent protec Drunswlck.arri.lnjt Brunswick:45.11.lS9 a m and 8:15p m
tion of The of the State of Florida and are both over the 9 yf respectively. For New Orleans. train leaves Jackllouvllle 0:20 a. m.. with through sleepers. u
will
orange trees. subjects and that tbere l la no New Orleans 7:40 a. .
age twenty-one years riving : m. Only through sleeper line Arrives Jacksonville from Now O<
be as follows: "How and why can person In the State of Florida service of a subpoena leans 6:40 p. m.
Farmers' Institutes be of practical bone upon whom would bind the said defend- / 9Ck SpN SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.

lit;" "Principles of crop fertilizing;" ants Marian E. Russell! and Alfred UUll "lI.Russell her Ff No.. 31 and 32, New York and Florida Limited running between St.. Augustine, Jacksomllle
husband and that the'IIal and New York. A solid vestibule
M "Some: crops adapted to orange groves;" and Alfred Russell resides In the city of Chlc- ItL sleeping compartment drawing room train sleeping consisting and observation of composite, dining and drawing| rooms;
"Humus and how best to it ago in the State of Illinois so said alllant.is f Noe.35 New care.
procure ; aAnil38mast\tlll.i.leepeEVetweeI? ? York and lacknonvtlle. and the iCInclnnatl
"Scale fungus,-practical experience informed is and believes.ordered that the defendants A (c trh Sleeper via through sleeper between New York and Miami.
It therefore
with it of scale ti 0 S'Pi M carry through! sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In connection with
as a destroyer Insects; Marlan E. Russell and Alfred Russell her bur .. p r G 8 anti 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and .
"Scale Insects,-insecticides' and spray- I band, be required to appear and answer corn.plainant'e r No. ,, carries Cincinnati Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville Tampa. to Atlanta and
1 Ing." First paper on frost protection bill of complaint on the Chattanooga and Cincinnati This l III brought to Jacksonville by No. 37. These trains also handle i
a1 second paper on frost protection; special THIRD DAY OF Al'RIL A. D. 1800.! / iltles''a (via Louisville' ) and the Kansas City (vIa Memphis) through sleepers between thow ]
I' and the vt' Jacksonville.
taken confessed
or said bill will bo an ? /
)Y, address on frost protection, with complainant be allowed to proceed ox-paRe No 29 and 30 hannle' ii18118leeDere? : betty en Jacksonville and Cincinnati; No. 30 opens at
w cal demonstration of the use of practl-I with said cause. It la further ordered that this 9 p m at Jacksonville for aitseners. '
Three sessions will be held: Morning, order be published once each week for four consecutive All Hogan will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket
office 20'/ Street as well as at the Union ticket
weeks in the INDIAN RIVBII ADVOCATE depot office.
f 10 to 12; afternoon, 2 to 4; and at night, a new ) at Titusville llrevardOounty. L.A.8Hll>)1AN. A. G. 1.A. F.C. WRIGHT Dis. Pass. Agt., 202 W Bay St.
7:30: to 10:30.: The sessions of this Institute Florida. A. O. MacDONELL, Gen. Pus Agent.

:r will be of great value and inter: Witness the Honorable Minor R. Jones

est, especially to our orange growers. Judge of said court a* well an the seal of saidcourt. lJkSAFETY
All are Invited to attend. Remember at the court house At Tltubvllle Flu., this f I elQ
March 4th, A D 1SIM.(
the date Thursday March 30th 1809.
[Seal.] A. A, STEWART D--
E. P. POKCUKB
,A mal 19.31: Clerk Circuit Court.
Chairman Local Committee. SouthernRailway.

Notice. COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES !

{ MA11C1I, AP1UL, :MAY. .
Finest Cuisine and Service No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York. .

Is hereby given that It It my inten The Fleet l Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers IComanche"

These Are the NOTICE apply, together with other citizensof "' new "Cherokee "Seminolp"NorthBound.
1 j i Months In Which Urevard County to the next Legislature ( ), "Algonquin, "Iroquois, ,
of Florida to introduce and pass a bill enactinga
r to Purify Your Blood. law to provide regulate and prohibit the running Most Excellent Service Ever Offered Out of Florida.
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This is tho when blood Is at large of hogs, within the following territory Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide
season your III Urevard County, Florida as near as From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling at Charleston), Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
loaded with impurities accumulated within the following territory and
practicable about From C1LUILESTON S. C., Mondays Wednesdays Fridays. NORTH EAST WEST.THROUGH
during the winter months from close t o0 For! hour of sailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papers. .
t confinement rich food and other Beginning eight mlle north of Titusville SouthBound.Steamers .
causes the west shore of Indian River thence run west
These Impurities must bo driven from one and une-half miles thence southerly so as are appointed to salt from Pier 2V, East River New York at 3 p. m., as follows:
:your system or they may breed seilous I. to run one and' one-half miles west of Indian ForCllARLKSTON.H.C., Mondays, Wednesdays and.Fridays. PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, DINING CARS,
disease and cause untold suffering I hirer to a point one and one-half miles west of }''JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,(calllllg Charleston), Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays. THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAINS.
the postofllce at Fort Tierce; thence southwestto '
4.? Hood's Sarsaparilla is the greatest and the north prong of the St.Luole River; thence .Clyde New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)
t best blood purifying medicine It Is possible easterly river to Indian Riser and (Calling at Charleston, :8. C., both ways)
river
1 to obtain. It Is what the millions across said to the AtUntlo Ocean thence "STEAMERS" NEW YORK AND FLORIDA LIMITED."
along the Atlantic Ocean to a point
take in the spring. It will purify and opposite northerly the place of beginning;; thence westerly From foot of Hogan Street Jaolr.are ap/olnted/ to sail as follows 1 From Lewis' Wharf Boston Solid Pullman; Ve t\bnled Limited. Dining. Libr ry. Compartment DrawinrEoom
enrich blood create to the point of beginning on Indian River.lofob and Observation
your an appetite, }'RlUAY8. 'RlDAY8. Cars between/: Augustine and auw York.
tone up your and give you 31mar R. A. HARDEE. -
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t sound, robust heath. Clyde's St. Johns River Line. THE NEW LlfllTED."

Notice to Debtors and Creditors \ I York
Through Ve.t\buled\ Drawlne-Room Cars between Tampa and N*w
Palatlta, Sanford. tonterlrlse. 1'la.! and ings on the St.John's River via JackllOnvllle.lavannah: Sleeping
1 and
; Numerous crimes have been commit- Jacksonville. -Tbe elegan\ Iron Sid inter methsen- Columbia without change.

ted against the helpless oyster In the ALL persons having claims against the es u<)ITOF JACISONVILLI .1t "F'1t1DIC. DeHAUY'It "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL
of Catherine Stewart late of Coquina
T.1Y. LUNDJr.
} i name of'charity. in this county are hereby required to pie- CA1"f.W..A.8IL\W. Capt. Pullman! r"Sn8"Boom Buffet Bleeping Cars between Miami and New York, yIJaoklOnviU.
sent said claims to me within one year from the A" alllOlnted to sail AI follows 1 ., Savannah and Columbia
publication of this notice, otherwise this notice Leave Jacksonville\ 3:30: I' 11\ daily except Saturdays. Leaves Sanford 0:00 a tu. Enterprise 0:30
will be pleaded u a bar to such claims. All iwr- a ,n. dally. except 811I1da's. Service.lrlcUy first class in every respect.tlOUTit Embracing Lynchburg, Charlottesville
CURED with vegetable sons owing said estate shall make payment to uH'l'H UOUNU. ,
DROPSY Kmmxllm.thousandacs curedmany me. Read BOUND down. 8CIIEDULE. Read up. Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia.I

l"1\1It'd bOpt'Il'IIII. In cases tea feb10-msr31 W, 0. FlUNK, Leave 8Sop.au. ........ .................Jackll nvllle.... ................. ..., Arrive 2.00 a. m. Pullman Drawlne-Room CU t"e.d 1'
Uysatlraettwo.thiritsnr.ll "In4tomsremov 11.406 ...n."n.. ......Palatka..n.......... .... Leave 8.00 p. DI. Louisville, Sleeping Can to Macon Atlanta OkatUnooga,
ed.TestlmnnlalasndTE11DaT3tresttnrnlfree. Administrator 3.00 p a. m..n.. ....... ... ........ .. Astor....,..nn.m nn n.unn.. ", 2J1O p. m. Birmingham, Kansas City and St. Louis.
T DR H. B. GRIlli' 8013. Uox K. Atlauts U, Coquina, Urevard Co., Florida. .. t.30 a. lU. m......nn.n unn.Francien.u..u.nm.n..n.. 1.00 p. m. Through Pullman
.. a. in. ... m..... .u ..n.... leresford.n..nnunmu. 12.00 a. m.It Sleeping Cars to

-- _m.__. n_ ._._____ ___. __ 6.00 a. lU. ........ .......... .,....IUlle SlIrlni......nuuun.. "It 11.00 a. m. Cincinnati via Columbia and Asheville Through the
PIM Arrive 11.30 &. m.11..i.u.un. nn.m.Fanord..nm..n...........n. 0.00 a. m. ,
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i MALLORY STEAMSHIP LIN'E.Florida Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 20-4 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville. I-.; "LAND OF THE SKY."

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DoaltU Dally Limited Train For Cincinnati Ever.stt.
New York, W. H. \V*R URTON. T. P. A., I F. M. IRONMONGER JR., Fla. Pass. Art.; .
Bowling|, Green.xw York. I 804 West nay 8t..Jacksonville Fla. .
Philadelphia and Boston. C. P. LOVELL Asst. Fla. gupt. ,I JOHN. L HOWARD Superintendent For detailed tntorinatlon. to apply &0U7
ratel. It'hedule.. sleeping reaerv.tlou, eta
Jacksonville,Fla. | Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville Fla. car
From Itrnnswlok (direct), to New York. agent of.th.I SOUTHaaa:: IIAiLWAy or its oonn6Qllo.JI.
TIIEO. G. KG UK, T. M., S Bowling Green New York.
1 ,
1 PASSENGER SERVICE. WM. P. CLYOK CO., General Agents

To make connections wfth steamer, leave Jacksonville B Uowllng Green,New.York. la 80. Delaware Ave., Philadelphia.. R. W. HUNT, Florida Pass FierL
1 Agt 218 West JacksonTlll,
,
Bay Street
I on Thursdays at II:00 a. in., via Fernandina and "Ooy.RafTord"Cumberland
( Route). 1 Huner en route. Or, via all rail, leering H. CULP W, A- TURK 8, H HABDWIOI.
Jacksonville 4:30 p. m.(F. C. & P.), via Everett and South. HomeGrowny Tr&Me Manager, ,
ern go directly U'y Arrive aboard Brunswick steamer 8::48. p. m. I'Mseugert on arrival FOR SALE.... Waahtngtona.March a Gun Washington Palla. Ag$.b. 0. AI. Gea. PUlL AtiantLOa Agt.

; 1.1. 1800.

PROPOSED SAILINGS ; PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS # -
Lv, New York; l'ler 21 E. R., 3::00p. m., Standard Time.) LT.Brunswick =

Friday, Feb,24. ..,. .....STEAMER .... ,...?,.? .Friday, Mar. 8 following Varieties :
ITrlday.Mar. 3.,....,.R1O OKANDK. .,, ..........Friday, 10 Of the ( JOE ,
i, Friday .. 10.%....,........ ...n. .. .. ....COLORADO......?.,,.....?..,...."...Frida), 11 Rico Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen RIpley Queen Smooth PRINT 'INS
Friday ".. IT........ ................ ... .RIO OKANDK......"..................Friday, U Abbala, Porto '
Friday, }..............nnn..COWRADI/.nn.n... ...,"."n Friday, 81t PenimbEco and Red
Cayenne Spanish OF
For general Information, steamers, trains,rates, etc. ly to any railroad agent or to ALL KINDS
BASIL O1LL A. A42J0 W.Ilay S.JaksoavUte. Apply to O. C. MATTHAJiS.. Florida Pineapple Co., b .u4.tth.

#" II. H.RAYMOND, General Southern Agent Brunswick:,Ga. West Palm Beach, Fla.
I C. H. MALLORY,General Agent,Pier iW, K. River, aid SW Uroadway,N.T.. ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.


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- n QTELS-All.tll( .ycar.rQ\nll. ST. AUGUSTINC.,

ROCKLEDGE-Plaza Hotel.DO

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ATLANTA, GA. HOTEL MAGNOLIA
DO EAT ORANGES f Do yon want to see them In all their Itory-oo-
the trees In full grove form ? Do yon want to pick them ? Then go to Rock
ledge: on the Indian River The beautiful new Plaza: Hotel) Is the hotel. Come
ST. AUGUSTINE. and you will be plellloo.o'llIhlng, sailing:, driving, duck hunting, and shootIng -
K.-HSW VjW ,* & \ 'a 12,000 expended and new furnishings this season. alligators: all make up amusement for you while theme The tiblc, ser
on Improvements vice, and social 1 evenings at the I'la7.lh."e become famous. For the best our
Hot and Cold Water Bntlin each floor
hydraulic Elevator, on ; .
rates are reasonable. 8. 11. I'Jo CK, Manager.ty .
also Private Baths added to several suites and Heating Arrnug'elUt'nts *
4 are A few of the Improvements added this season, making this : Se\! )Ir. Chrlstlancy, representative, at Windsor Hotel, regarding rooms and
popular house ono of the most comfortable and well equipped hotels In the rates.
South. Write for booklet. Will remain open until May 1st.

"ALtI & MncDOWKLL. New Rockleclge Hotel


I HOTEL HIBISCUS, Palm Beach, ,

.\ A New Hotel, on the same side of Lake Worth and very near the Royal ON INDIAN RIVER.
Polnclana. LEON: II. C1LLEV, Manager. '
\ Entertainment for guests Includes l bowling, alloy, livery rowboats: for fishing:,
HOLLY INN Daytona and dally excursions on launch to points of Interest (shell roads. Rates, $2.:1(>
,
and $:.1 per day. Correspondence solicited ,K. 1". SHAKE,
Facing the beautiful Halifax River; finest bicycle roads In the State.
ERNEST: I* CASWELL, Manager. .__ __ __ _________ _..., __ _. _ h Pioprletor.,__ ___

m THE BUCKINGHAM, St. Augustine, IBIUU1."l' ( lcrrltt'H Island). !

Opposite Alcazar, Ponce de I.eon'and Casino, and among the date palms. ,
WM. I'. KENNEY, Manager. Nevins' Rivervie I
Send for booklet. CEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor. YImL a a e
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MERIUTT, FLORIDA. 'ON' INDIAN1 IJIVF.R.: R,!

The Qt ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. On high pine land. Health, comfort and spoit. No better Hunting and I

ATLANTA George MRS. C. D. TYMCK: Owner and Mg'r. Fishing In Florida. ,
OTEL ARAGON GA. Open from January 15th, H I){). M. I). .MAIIO.V.WKST .

The Palace Hotel of the South. u 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. PALM IUACH. "\

.C'I mmerclal, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located, only three blocksm Strictly first-class In every respect Rates: $2.50 per day and upward ;y
Union de Dot, at highest point In city and away from all noise, dirt and smokem and rates.
Special weekly season
trains. Every modern Improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelled WEST: PALM REACH: }FLA. I I'A
v any hotel in the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Rates, American plan, The Palms '

!, 150 to IJ.50 per day; European plan, $1.00Eo$3.00 per day. THE FLORIDA ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. flrst-class hotel, situated<
W. COLLIER, Jr., Manager. Capacity 250.: Rates reduced from $1 to $a and I opposite r' Royal Polnclnna. Klcctilolights, I
well admirably located hotel the electric bells, baths, etc. $2: $2..0 and $;.1 per clay. Special rates by week. '
t $3: per day. A large, appointed, /giving: com \
the of the more expensive Elevator The Palms, West Palm Reach, 1<
forts and service without cost ones. 11'I
he Holland ATLANTA, OA. Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Baths, etc. Correspondence or 'personal i.
tI 27-29 Auburn Avenue. investigation may save you much. Open until may. MI AM fHOTEL !
I Dii. T. A. WORRALL, :Manager. J. T. SKILES, Prop'r. ; I

Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences.
Algonquin Hotel MIAMI MIAMI, Ulscayno Hay FLA !
MRS. F. A. VOORIIEES, Proprietress, ,

Rates, $1.00 to $1.50 per day. Phone 1029. K King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FIA. Pleasure grounds; extending fiv. hundred. foot to river; boating and l fishing?
hundred feet veranda. '
Refitted, newly furnished and under eight .
n n t new management. Centrally locatednear A. R. THOMPSON, Prop.r. JOHN S. I10WEN: Manager.\

LITIIIA SPRINGS, GA. ml ; f I all points of Interest. Largo sample
r room for use of traveling men. Overlooking -

;> k LITIIIA SPRINGS, GA. <.I view of the Plaza ocean and and Monuments.rolling breakers A full Hotel 1 Go n oIly MIAMI, FLORIDA,

."i'r' e S Smetwater t t Park Hotel t I MOST BEAUTIFUL JIESOKT HOTEL ; from the piazzas. Baths, gas, electric ,
, AND GROUNDS IN THE STATE. bells and a perfect system of sewerage.
Situated twenty miles west of Atlanta, on main line of Southern Railway. A Rates: $2.00 to $2.50 per day. Special rates by the week. Vest 2.00 per day house In the city. Special' rates by the week.
commodious, modern, high-grade hotel; steam heat; electric lights. Cuisine Open all year. C. F. COX, Proprietor. O. P. IIUNTINGTON,
unexcelled. The wonderful Bowden Lithia Spring: and its health- Proprietor.
producing hath. Magnificent. bath house In connection with hotel and :. ---
under the'same roof. Turkish, massage, vapor, electric and needle baths. ST. AUGUSTINE, FJA. MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, J"I.A.Magnoll'a .
Write for Illustrated Booklet.,} JAMES E. HICKEY, Proprietor, THE ABBEY I
Near the City; Gates. St. ,Street.
.. Lithia Springs, Ga. George Hotel I MAGNOLIA\ SPRINGS, FLA.,
Dry atmosphere, beautiful drives, every facility for outdoor sport. Springs ;
Hot Sulphur Baths free to guests. Electric Bolls. Rates, 2.00 per day. (St. Johns River). I

Special rates by'theweek or season, Twenty-eight miles south of Jacksonville by the Jacksonville, Tampa .\; Key
JACKSONVILLE. LOCKWOOD & TEAHEN,, Proprietors. Wost Railway and river steamers. Open 'flies In all rooms. Steam heat.
Elevator. Pure spiIng1' water. No moMquliors. Well-kopt golf: course.
Tennis, Shooting, Fishing, floating, Dilvtm, Swlmmlug 'pool. $3.00 and $4.00 "
HP : FLA. per day. O. D. SEAVEY, Manager.\
ST JAMES.JACKeONVILLE PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, }FLA .
PllLl Dec. 18, 1893. -->

The St. James needs no introduction to visitors of Florida. From a small This hotel l Is now :open for ROOMS ONLY. It is centrally located, near A WARNING. Hoiiucpalliic
I ginning in 1869, the St. James has increased In size and added to its appoint- Postoffice, Bank and Cathedral. -
ants with increasing popularity of the tourists' travel to Florida. Rooms, 50cts to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to $0.00 per week.V. TiruHVtLLK: March IS, 18U9.
The location is unsurpassed, being on the highest ground in Jacksonville, D. SANCHEZ, Manager.
Editor Indian River Advocate
acini the St. James : I
; Park. .
Baggage checked to all points.Its "Salt and water Is an excellent dentifrice Dyspepsia Powders.I
music, as In the past seasons, will be furnished by Prof. Ed Prouty's Or- l'ALA TJA.Graham for the teeth." This pernicious ad-,i
hestra, and will be of the This house In the under the
high grade. as past, is i
vice has the rounds of thpApel's
nanagement of J. R. Campbell, and everything will be done for the comfort and gone Cures Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Etuc- f
leasure so soften that I think It time to call a
of its
guests. Address mall telegraph
by or tlonn, Belchlngs I, Piles\ Itching of
Hotel PALATKA PLORIDA. halt. Salt l Is an excellent thing to prevent -
J. R. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla. Skin, Liver Troubles, Palpitation
the putrefaction of dead 'flush(, .and
of the Heart, etc.
IH a good; fertilizer, but as a dentilfilce,
i The only Brick Hotel In town. Electric lights and bells: Open the year It has no business In the dental pharmacopoeia. -

Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. round. Service strictly first-class. It la a poweiful Inltant to the IhllWTJOlllIA: powder before meals.
Plaeide Rates: $2.00 )per day and up. Special by the week or mouth, and to families. gums, and !before dissolving, HCialchoH and at bedtime.

New Management. Mas. M. L. BARNHART, the teeth and Injures the enamel. Of
the articles used by the unlettered for -
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I'roprleteoas.HOTEL
cleaning tho tooth salt charcoal cuttlefish
Centrally Located. Most comfortable hotel in the city. All conveniences. I and pumice stono! arc tho most unlikely Twenty Powders, '23: cents. K
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Unexceptionable cuisine. 'Bus meets all trains. Ample Sample Room accommodations OltMOND. to benefit' them. A llttlo piepixr- -
for Commercial men. Rates, $2.50 per day. ed chalk and one loot mo vastly more Depot: i 1
Conducted under the able and efficient management ofGEORGE beneficial, and form tho base for all the

WILSON & CO. COQUINA ORMOND-BY-TIIE-SEA, FLA. touth-powdciH made, Of COIIIKO the SAMUEL EDEN, M. D.,
liquid denllfJlces aro worthless, except
as an Inducement to clean them occas BROOKLYN, N. Y..

Open for the Winter Season. Fine Surf Bathing, Fishing and Wheeling. ionally. The teeth can bo cleaned after 1310 Ilunliwlck Avenue.
each meal with poifeet Impunity, but It I
rhe Travelers'1 HotelNe t MRS. M. VANCE(: Propilotor. requires chalk or some of Its congenersto
remove stain or dirt that U incorporated -
Management ; with the enamel. FREE

MELROSE HALL ORMOND FLORIDA.On M.\ 1>. L. DOIIHOX.lllood .
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SYDNEY UAIGH, Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. CONSULTATION

the Halifax River, and ono mllo from the Sea; situated in a grove of Cure Rent l r..", !
palms and live oaks. Interior fuiuighed with baths and heated by hot Blood Hulin Co. 1411 I with our homo treatment. Wo ate
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service, water. First-class every respect. Mitchell\ By addressing street Atlanta, Ga any of, ourreaders phyNlclunH, and you get the benefitof
TIlE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. r Facilities for driving, boating and fishing. Terms modelato. may obtain, a sample bottle of I our expeilencf. No matter what I

}- Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. Address: SCOBIE &; LIPP1NCOTT. their famous II. U. U.-liotanlo mood your trouble is, how simple or how
Balm, the greatest, grandest, bent and
r- --- strongest Blood Remedy madCIII'C8 hopeless, we can do you good, and .
TITUSVILLI3. when all elite full, pimples, ulcers, IICI'Ofula If we can't wo will honestly tell you

otel Roseland JACKSONVILLE, FLA. eczema, bolls, blood poison, eating so. Thousands' of tired, weary, sick
Near the Ostrich Farm. sores, dUticHMlng akin options, clincH, and hopeless people have been en-,
:tt'rDt: :.. _::1'r:: RIVER: :0TELr, catarrh a hennJat1 m. Vivo nutdical it advice and permanently cured by
Included when
descilptIon ( your
On your way South stop at Roseland. Three acres beautiful lawn, bowling trouble given. This generous offer Is

II%, tennis court, croquet grounds and other amusements. Roseland must beas x TITUSVILLE, worth while accepting. Sample bottle COMPOUND 1

to be appreciated. you come to Florida this winter, call and see us. Then sent all charges prepaid. Large bottles, )
of Jacksonville. Located St. John's River. Take car at station. Tran- ,,4, INDIAN RIVER, containing neatly a quart of medicine, OXYGENWhy

lest rates, $
R. KNOX, Manager. tlgate this great principle, We have
'-. I thousand of testimonial Send for
G. BAST,
} book on home treatment, wonderfulcures
HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Opposite Manager. Written rrlbl.. to the sick, etc.; free.
OXFORD St. James Hotel. Borne men have queer bobbies, and a w
X remarkable one tit that of a Glasgow -
and M' a( "'1 r Open nil the Year. DRS. STARKEY & PALEN ;
Convenient to all parts ,of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable A grt man who has spent the leisure of four ,
homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop !At the Oxford a pleasant years In rewriting the Bcriptnre:! lie
stay Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when in Jack- I few minute U a compositor with a wonderful gift 1U2 Ginml St., ri.llu.., Pa.
Only a
sonville. of out beautiful writing, and i
turning Ot IT feb (MX)
walk from
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. I 5 and steamboat Railway land-station in the time mentioned he ban managed

t-- ings. to reach toe middle of tbe Palni In I
Flushed cheeks, throbbing temples.
On the banks of the two years he anticipate that the concluding
nausea, lassitude lost sallow
JACKSONVILLE, far-famed Indian River verse will hays been written.A appetite,
to pimples
blotches
complexion
Andreii House r ,. are warn .1
No. 318 Newnan feature of this remarkable Bible will ings. Take Dr. )[. A. Simmons Liver 'I
be its iljnitratioii/ Each chapter ha Medicine, '
American and European. Rates, $1.00 per day. Rooms, without board, 50c. KOCKLII>GI;. its artistically designed initial letter,
Per day. Special rates to permanent guests. Street cars passing house connect and each book a pictorial beading illustrative Elorldte Cbaqtauclu"
with trains and bo ts. 'Ask conductor to atop at No. 818: !! Newnan St. of tbe context The writer ii a -- j

IRS. D. ,A. ANDHEU, owner and IJrCprletor. HOTEL INDIAN RIVER ROCKLEDGE FLA. native of Dumfries, and in fail boyhood On account of the Florida Cbautau- '.

--- day ran errand for Carlyle, to whombe qua at DoKunlak Springs; the J, T. &; K. '
regularly carried the local morning W. Railroad will sell dally until March ,
Hotel Gene JACKSONVILLE, FLA. The largest, leading and best located hotel at this l beautiful resort. ", paper.-Chicago Inter Ocean. 28th Inclusive with final limit to April

va, Cor. Forsyth and Cedar Streets. 75 Room at $3.00 per day; 75 Room at f3.0 per day; 75 Room at $1.00 per 15th, 1800, at the rate of one-fourth fare

Completed In 1895 MOdern Improvements, baths, etc., on every floor.furnished.Ognizing Gasand day. Special Weekly Rate end W k.l HUIteI to Palatka or Jacksonville plus following I
electrlo lights; :passenger elevator. Artistically anJ elegantly first-class The only hotel at Rockledge with steam-heated balls and sleeping room cured tt home without rates from those points, viz: Jackson
low rates for of cuisine and I ixln Book of ii rUeuUr
for elevator and
orchestra. The
looking,: Electric light: plant perfection OPIUM
the are
fact Tourists
at that by the week, launches Kent f RIR ville, $12.15: Palatka, $13.40. Iron-clad
commodation.. this house I. making very reasonable prices service. Naphtha .- PLENTY ORANGES.. OH s. II WOOL ItY CO. ;
month or $2.00. Weekly rates on application.I S. PROSKEY, e., 104 North, J'ryor Bt continuous passage ticket to be used.
season. Rates
day, '
per MRS J. C. TERRY, Prop.
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...: < ,., came down here last Saturday on a visl at the burning of the Windsor hotel;. S- \N. OAeeOLt.J:: :: :
.' M" f"I I Ij to her son', Mr. E. E. Peabody. New York, last Friday. They have the ROBBINS & GRAHAM

I Ik i i I I James Andrews is having a barn' and sympathy bereavement.If of. the community in their GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All'fe

tf< stable erected at Beulah; college. WeI ,

j I I are iilways. pleased to see Improvementsgo you a.re'in search of bargains, ...Xjd yors... Crockery, Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Your patronage Solicited,

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s.jk read the ADVOCATE columns catefully : FLORIDA
; The ladies' afternoon tea met at the .. .
lil WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND
elegant residence of Mrs. John Miler on --:0:: :::

; I f i _ Wednesday.pleasant As time.usual, they report avery You-Never will\ always fall to read find oar something inside pages.to interest UNITED STATES COURTS. E. L. :se:: ::Ij: d t :: 3Rp


: BENJ. W JEROME. Schooner, Merchant, commanded by you.Notice. Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden' Seed, Fertilizers, Staple,&: Fancy Groceries, fr F
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: Michael arrived here '
the
genial Capt. ,
And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran Cotton Seed Meal dm
with general and, a8 of Drawing of Jury.THE ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished U
l Monday a cargo Food and Wheat., We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusive; "
' : State Representative PENXSYL- well !*
usual was patronized by our people.
"' the above lineLesley of goods: We invite your correspondence and solicit
JIIONT your
VANtA WORKS CO. for
t1., !. Mr. and Mrs. Miller, of Ohio, who Judge of the County Court.and the for Lands in Brevard, and. Dade Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., Titusville patroij:
,
GAS ENUiNES
.; the Sato of UXH5K of Brevard county, Florida, will flu
Marino And Stationary. have been spending several weeks with meet with the Clerk of the Circuit Court at Counties -
4 their son, Mr. Fred at Stuart, the Clerk's office In Tltnsvllle! Brevard -
; :1(( Selling Agent COLMAtf' ACETYLENE were pleasant callers MllIefL Is place on o'clock Florida a.in..for,on Friday the March purpose 31st,A'of D drawing cO\lntrJ the -

: OAS MACHINES. :Safest: Cheap, Saturday Jury te,serve at the Spring term of the Circuit & Motlow .-
\" ; est and Best light for private dwell residents Court for Brevard county, Florida, which said We have a large List .
t Quite a number of our at-
conrt convenes! on the 24th day of April. A U
, ;a- ,f.. lugs and stolen. tended the masquerade ball at tbe Jen- 1899.! being the fourth Monday thereof. ThepUblio of Lands owned by (Successors .LOSLEY. RENAKER CO.)
and all win take notice and be governed accord.
Town hall last Friday'nlltht,
trf.I....;; address For prices, cataloguesand: : estimates, sen expressed themselves as having had a Ingly.Wlthels my hand and seal of the Court this ourselves and clients. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and WhIstl)
'Ii' JEROME jolly good time.I 20th day of March, A. U. 1899.
BEXJ. W.
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: Bottled Beers Ales and Stont.
A. A. STEWART, _
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' '1; understand Mr. Bevil, of Fort Pierce', ,
Rockledgc Fla. Price for
..,: [Seal] Clerk Circuit Court. unimprovedlands
sold three horses in this vicinity last A First-class Line of Cigars. ,**. Billiard and Pool! Table
week, and as the the teams are added ;
The Anheuser-Busch Brewing Asso'ion. the more eager and 'determining our Notice. $3 to $100 Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to m
..i residents are for good roads. ordure. Cash must accompany your order., LOSLEY fc MOTLOW, Titusvllle.Flnr1

fi Fumous St. Louis Keg and Bottled Deer. ALL WHOM IT MAY CON(:ERN. Notice per acre. "" M B
r TO hereby given that it is my Intention to -
r > Sold by ]Mess. Losley & Motlow, Titusville, Fla. MUMMS' CHAMPAGNE, quarts and apply to the lion. D. L. Gaulden County
By Mr.J. U. Cralib Cocoa, Fla. pints, at Crabb's, Cocoa. Judge of Brevard county Florida, at Tltnsville, WE have a few Residence, Orange
By Mr. W.J.Tucker, Fort Pierce, Fla. on the I Eli 1,
in desirable
Grove and Pineapple Properties -
r TWENTY-FOURTH DAY OF APRIL, 1899,
; ...JOSEPH ZAPF... Eau Galiie.G. for authority to sell at private sale all the one. locations. Prices Reasonable c A LESSON IN COOKING
half undivided Interest of the Infant Harry K.
Robbins! in and to those tracts of land lying in __ A course dinner so as to have it done n
:' Wholesale Beer and Liquors Paddlson is his hand Brevard county Florida to-wit: A strip of { TITUSVILLE: isfactorily or in baking
.t F. trying at land nine(9) rod. wide lying:'on the north side OFFICES J or roasting, 11;
bee culture. of the south line of lot 2, section 25, township 1 and MIAMI. III'' be given! the cook that uses one of
West Bay Street, 25: south range 3d east also along the north 01
Rev. Mr. Lathe preached at the Baptist side of the south line of lot lone, section 30, a Steel Ranges, ,such'as she never had t
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. church last Friday evening. township! 28, south range 37 east, the same beinga fore. Flaky pies light cakes
strip of land nine rods wide along the south and we:
G. J. Halnes', of Paterson, N. J., l is a side of the two lots above-named,and extending 1VIILLINERYN.and baked breads, with a small consumption
from Indian River on the west to Banana Riveron
I.. Southern IIomelIockiuo' guest of Hotel Granada. the east, and all riparian rights.! .. ,coal, delights the housekeeper. Our sloe

Mrs W. II. McIntyre entertained FRANK G. KINGMAN, a ', of steel ranges, cooking and heating: store
friends at cards Monday evening.Dr. mar24-aprl4 Guardian of Harry K.Robbing! is worth looking at.
DRESSMAKING.
Bird Food
bI Holmes was In town Monday. His V.
patient, Mrs. Paddison, l is improving zr. ,
i 25cts\ per lb.5Ibs.. nicely. East Coast Meat Market C ra e

Cap McIntyre has a talking machineat
for $1.001i1
his house-meaning his new phonograph G. F., DUREN,..,Agent JAS. PRITCHARD & SON

Fresh Every Day. of course.. N ,

'tl4. Manufactured by The ladies of St. John's Guild" met at CD ori TJ.'t'U..s'V1.11e F1a.
s:>> ,
A the residence of Mrs Nesbitt Tuesday _
1 HENRY R. THOMAS "- J afternoon. -= R; 1 .
ay:
+.dl, LaVilla Pharmacy, Archdeacon Brown delivered two very : "o'". w ESTABLISHED 1875..VIOVRS.
Cor. Adams and Madison Sts., Interesting sermons at St. John's church p

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. last Sunday., (30-
rF : :: CO
: The Paddison Lumber Co. has been
..a:1 orders of late for the
Tiling some big ,

E. H. ARMSTRONG south. _=_ CO- __j GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZER

Dr. and Mrs. F. n. Houghton, of Daytona Adn CD
: .. were In town Monday.: Dr. Houghton's .; >p-I 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
t ...peeielit boat will be here the
: : dental on Titusville Florida. Mail Order Solicited. Satisfaction handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay

:1't, ., JACKSONVILLE, -. FLORIDA. 25th. !. Guaranteed. Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright an
The trees around here looking dark at wholesale. State for, Allen Fertilizer
orange are agents Tygert- Co.
j ..:... TilE MOST COMPLETEElectrical
'. I in fine condition. Notwithstanding Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds, Star Brand Fertilizers-Guaranteed Analysis, Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer.Pare Grout
.: I Located at Clarke's Pharmacy, N E. the freeze, the majorltyipf them are out Bone Nitrate Soda, Muriate of potallhi Sulphate Potash, Kainit, etc. These fertilizers/ have n
;: In full bloom. Supply House State. Titusville, Fla. superior in the market, and a convince. Send for Catalogue free.

"f''r Cor. and Laura Streets.
Day This .enterprising town has cleaner
l.J roads for and .THE JOHNSON 'LAW CO. MRS. DEISM'S BOARDING
:* --:- and better driving bicycling HOUSE "

',;'1: *t Only Specialist and exclusive dealer In than any town of its size on IndianRIver' The "Ideal Hat Fastener.
TITUSVILLE FLA.
!::1: Optical Goods permanently located in ELECTRICIANS, ,

,:.'y'1# the city the year round. Eyes carefully Capt. and Mm. Edward Pease, who Jacksonville -, Florida.: .
!'!, and scientifically tested, and glasses correctly have been spending the past month here, Bicyclists will find it a Boon
; 1 fitted. Oculists' prescriptions left for their home at Huntington, Mass., Board and Room .One Dollar Per Day

tI : carefully tilled. All prices Just and very well pleased with their visit.If The most useful and salable invention out. No hat pins required for bats c

:. "L :,;1 reasonable, and absolute accuracy guar you wish to see flowers, just pass When in need of White and Rye Bread, bonnets.
anteed. by> ,M.r.: and Mrs. C. A. Ainsworth's gat- Jr Pies, Cakes, etc., go to Mrs. Deisner's Great inducements to agents. Quick sales and large profits Send for partu
_' Office hours: 0:00: a. m. to 4:30: p. 'm.. den, and you will exclaim: "Well, 'this City Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses, ulars and circulrrs. Address, "I. II. I"," No. 700 South Pryor St.,
Northeast Cor.;' Day and Laura Sts.:, atClal'ke' Is surely the garden spot of Florida." hotels and families supplied.] 1. WPrompt attention given. Atlanta, Ga.
Pharmacy.For.
:II Mrs. Thos. Barbour is looking for- ..
I," !tN. ward with great pleasure to seeing her : J .
Sale old friend,' Mrs. A. T. Friend, whom she NEAR & TAYLOR,
; ; shortly expects here from New Jersey. Chailcos Time !I
:' ,: -'
Goo. S. Hanna, after several weeks sojourn Artesian WellCONTRACTORS
,,. ,') At Daytona, Fla., five and ten acre
-4;:: lots choice vegetable and orange lands. among us, left for Columbus, 0.,
for cash will make liberal pn Monday Mrs. Hanna and son, Walter -
Cheap or
n terms. Address, will remain guests at Hotel Granada. i ,, i I t 1a .A magnificent property will be sold at a
,
;'f tr'. COURTLAND DUCKMAN, Messrs.\ Mills and Hadley came up : ))2Eau It "
; Gallic Fla
'; 22 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. from Melbourne Tuesday, to find a suitable : ,
person to present with a sailboat
1<'I and gold watch as fitting testimonialsof
,
"Sam Perkins is
t\I Dyeing. affection and esteem. Edison LaLande cell, type "V. ," for I Please write us whenever you fail to GENUINE BARGAIN.

:. Gentlemen's clothing Cleaned, pressed Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton and son marine gas engine ignition. I receive the ADVOCATE.

:,.r. and repaired. Dyeing all its branches. Claude, of Titusvllle, were welcome call. .
'!dt!; Old clothing made to look equal to new. ers on their many friends here Tuesday ,
About eight acres of Grove in fine condition Indian River con
as as any on
All orders by mail or express promptly continuing their trip south the followIng -
) 'r.. attended to. Prices low. Work good. day. GAY BROTHERS" tanning a comfortable six room Cottage, large Cistern, and the finest Tackle
: Satisfaction guaranteed. House in Drevard County. '
The Board of Aldermen mot last
new
i"ltl'if! Ii SAM, PEKKINS Cleaner and Dyer, Monday for organization. Some doubts Situated about mid-way between Rockledge and .Cocoa; Convenient to tl

: Jj Titusville Fla. are expressed as to the legality of the Churches Stores etc., of both.
I 10 in Sanford Fla.
1 years late election, and there may bd' breakers
Ii For further
J particulars apply
GROCERS.
:t"1 ahead fur the ntw town government. Palatka, Florida. .. toWALTER GOODYEAR,

.';, J3T" Heading notice ads. on this page Messrs Cochran and Morrow, of Pa- Dept. A., 3 to,7 W. 29th St.,

I are five cents per: line per week. latka, visited the Banana river section We make a Special Feature of our New York, >. 1
per steamer Spartan, Wednesday, to examine -
t ; the locality with the view of,: investing -
in orange lands in that favored Mail Order Department.Knowing .
Banyan.evoval When in JACKSONVILLE
rost-proot section
The Clyde.
The Indian River Avllah, at this place, '
Visit the
j 18 credit to the town, andhows how difficult it is in some localities\ to get GOOD GROCERIES JJr-
certainly a
l: of our citizens have been vaccinated what few earnest workers can CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them filled
recently. do. It Is surprising a to find In so short atime promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory. The finest SALOON in the South.
stock of House in East Florida and have
We the most complete anyGrocery ,
carry
[ the number of books ;
still magazines,
Some of our farmers are settingout
in other and smaller houses.
tomatoes on low grounds. oto., that have been collected. many articles not usually found .The best that ty
.- SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.' liquors money can ,
Deans are blooming once more and by Mrs. G. J. Haines, of Paterson, N. J.,
April 10th they will begin to move. is one of the many guests staying at the
popular Hotel Granada. This charming of all the. favorite brands on hand.
Fannie Mathews of Ohio Is STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE constantly
Mrs. lady Is making tour of the East Coast,
spending some time with her nephew, J. and expects to remain south until the SMITH & MUNCH, Proprietors.

t U.Mr.D. R.Smith.: C, Creech writes that he is not first Capt.of May.G. G. 'Gleason -Is never better Benedict Pollak & Co. Wholesale House. -

j infatuated with the Isle of New Providence ,
pleased than when in command of his 21 JEWELED.

boat, full of guests from the hotel, benton Mosquito Netting, made and unmade, fine mesh. Sandfiy Netting and Screen' WATCHES CLOCKS
;, Joe Harp, formerly of Florida, but a Hailing and gunning expedition; Cloth. Ducks and Georgia Checks and Cottonades. Coats' Cotton In all numbers ,
,now of Jamaica, writes that he will soon because he Knows-- when they go with 41cts. per doz. Show I Cases, old or new ones. Special attention paid to yLEtI.
bo married out there. hlOl they always have good luck. correspondence. Traveling men on the road constantly. We only sell to dealers, j Diamonds

,What' do we ship by express for, anyway The Granada hotel has done quite a corporations and hotels. Anything usually kept by storekeepers in our line we .Jewelry,
1 ? There seems to be no protection. driving business this season. There have in stock. Liberal term and liberal treatment.

l (Hundreds of crates of beans were frozen Is not a more popular house for those BENEDICT POLLAK &. CO., WATCHES SoQienirs, Wedding Rings and Presents
4 4 ,solid that went that way. Yet a majority who like fishing, hunting, boating, etc, lof S,
.of the commission\ men advise express on this part of Indian River Those who 33, Si, 36 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. i Y

shipments. give It a trial once, always come again. 9.o5I&LVER FINE WATCH and -JEWELRY REPAID

Are the winters growing colder or Commander Arnold, U. S. N. having RE
if it the distraction of the forest all inspected the Canaveral light, left Friday E. A. WADDELL A SPECIALTY

through the south, and does not the Dls- for St. Augustine to inspect the An- Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid : R. J. RILES,
ton canal contribute Its share by drainIng aatasla Island light. Com. Arnold ex.eots Miami City and Dade County oneway FtJ
so many thousand acres of marsh to be relieved from lighthouse 223 W. Bay St., jACKSOHVlttf,
a that was lakes of water In winter that duty shortly and ordered to Manila, in -.-- --
tended to temper the winds from the command of the U, S. vessel Iris. Real Estate Bureau.

west? Even the waters of Indian River One o)( the guests of Hotel Granada, ANDREW LOSLEY.
U lower since the big canals have been Tbos. Barbour ...
G. F. Hauna, and Mrs.

d cut. of and Walden made the Cottage biggest, were catch out of trowllog tho sea-, A Select List of BAY BISCAYKE PROPERTY, City Lots, Fruit and Vegetable WATCHMAKER and JEWELER

Tibbals. on.tipped They the scales landed, one two at 16-trout lbs. and which the Tract(of all sizes for Iniestments. Phosphate and Orange GroTe Lands on Il

other at 10-lbs. Wm. King was the. boss West Coast .... Titusville i Florida.CHATTEE'S .
Mr. James Andrews treated himself to rower of the boat.
( .
DRUG STORE.'r
enclose *. for ) .
(tamp Agent
,
For Correspondence
a very fine horse and buggy last week. The family of Mm. Gilbert are grown ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS lining been connected with some of the biggest watch and clock factories I

Mrs. James Peabody, of Zanesville, into mourning at the sad: and untimely Chicago, IlL Chicago 111. Geneva, Switzerland, I am prepared to attend to aU kinds of repairing Ind tit
Ohio, who with her husband, has beenspending death of their relative, )Ira. Addle Gib. 1I.ortl1lze1'l.: log cOADected with watches, clocks, jewelry etc If want a goOd Job doa
shock Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI, FLORIDA. send mo you
the winter at St. Augustine coo, of Cincinnati, who died from Tour work.

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