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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: March 31, 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: UF00075918:00013
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
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LO3iNEWS BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc.-a nice asBortment F. W. BEERS, OF ST. AUGUSTINE, BOY DELL BROS. PAINTS, varnishesand I WILL HAVE IN A few days some Rockledge. They said, they are i
I Ie at bcreven's Drug Store, Fla., has the largest line of Bicyclesand brushes, 0 K Queen cook stoves, nicely painted and stenciled Siding's\ the most gentle and painstaking family j.

' Tltusville. Sundries the State. Write him Linseed oil\ colors ground In oil. All .'Iorhllwhl'elblrrowa and carts. Remember they ever met running a hotel. They ';

11r. d Topics of General Interest. for prices on new 09 models. came In since the freeze; come In and we are the only ones on theEast certainly make It I pleasant for all their !

\fr. E. P. Porcher, of Cocoa, visited got the benefit of the reduced prices Coast who handle these good guests, as wo can fully substantiate. I w

ADVOCATE, Tltusville on Monday.Mr. D. L. Gaulden called to En. STIUNG, Cocoa, Fla. They will bo sold nt a reduced price. 1\r. George Xapf, proprietor' of the (
-Judge WAS
TilE
In order to
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your Seminole Hotel, West Palm Beach, Informs ,I
|150 per annum, in advance.. A. B. Turner, of Grand Rapids, Jacksonville this week, to attend to some EDWAUD STIMNO, Cocoa, Fla. us that on April 1st, ho Intends ,
I. law -Mr. Morris Sherman a well-known
II 1.00 six months, Mich., was In town this week. business. has closing Ills dining room, and during: the :
commercial from Chattanooga
man
S2OO per an. to foreign countries. -Mrs. R. F. Hall, of Georgiana, paida Judge: M. S. Jones, who Is holding: i been spending several days In town., summer he will\ only let rooms. There J
Reading notice ads. are ten cents visit to Titusville on Monday. court at Tavnres, may return to town Putting At the Unnlovtr Is a good restaurant close by. !
sa to-morrow, to spend Sunday with his -Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Merwln, of Milford \ -
i 11; r line on this page., Mr. E. V. Hall, of Georgiana, was a family. Conn., passed through here, Tuesday Messrs.! W. H. Peters, II. Pratt and II. Under Hotel the management Placlde Jacksonville of :\1 r. George: .,."
Today is Good Friday, but where pleasant caller at this office on Tuesday en route home after enjoying the Van Dorn, ,of Daytona, were recently Wilson, Is.
-Major Charles II. Smith, otherwise meeting with much success Mr. Wilson .
ot ,the "hot cross buns? -Mr. Fred F. Taylor, of Rockledge, known as "Rill Arp," of Georgia: Is visiting winter at their fine_ Rocklcdgo home. finding In the Haulover canal, whore has just Issued very neatly gotten-! ,

Ie: Mr D. P. Merwin, of Eden, was in made a short visit to Titusville on Tues- : his son, Dr. Ralph E. Smith, at -Mr. W. J. Tucker, otlO of Fort they hauled 45: trout In thou hours. up Illustrated pamphlet, copy of which 1

*tt on Monday, and gave our office aIl day. Jacksonville.Mr. Plerce's prominent residents, has been Not a bad record.Tho has been sent to thl office. I

I'I I ,-Dr. F. IL Houghton came up from and Mrs Henry Bradley, of Potomac spending a few \ysln town this week I. Hotel Magnolia: St. Augustine Is doIng :\ '
c) Jacksonville today
( lie to leave for Social
S< 1
expects iinn.
Gen'l Agent Chas. Davies, of the Rockledge on Tuesday, and returned Md., who have been spending the a better business than for the past 'I
''re i camboat line, spent Sunday in Jackurille : next day. winter at Rockledge, left for Jacksonville ,- nine years, and has been filled to Its full :

\ with his wife. -Mrs. Carl C. Curtis and little son on Tuesday Mr. Bradley has made -Mr. and Mrs A. R. Grow, who spent We beg to acknowledge receipt of the capacity for more than seven weeks. :
some big catches of fish this season. several days last week at the pleasant following Invitations: "Tho members I There aro so many of the guests who
of Gomez, passed left here Wednesday on a visit to friendsat
_Yr. A. Goldy, his resorts along the Indian River, left Wednesday of the Florida East Coast Golf Club, at wish to spend April at this hotel, that s
rough here Monday, en route to Rockledge. -We acknowledge; receipt of a large, via the Clyde Line, for their home, Saturday, the :25th of March, at the proprietors, Messrs. Palmer & Iac.Dowell -

ange grove at Ilarwood.Mr Judge J. T. Small, of Lewiston, Me., framed picture of the steamer, City of homo In New York City. four o'clock. Club house, St. Augustine" ), have notified the ADVOCATE
of Eden's in town route to Key West, sent here by Mr. Chas. A. that will not close before ( 1st
C. A. Robinson, one was Wednesday, en "Garden Party The management of they May ,
holdsa -Mr. Fred and Mr. and MissHenderson .
eminent pineapple growers, was in Courtenay, to look after his land and Merritt, of St. Augustine. It now Aldridge the Hotel Alcazar requests the pleasure of and perhaps \ If business will\ war
prominent position on the walls of our who have been spending
and Saturday last. other interests. rant
non Friday editorial rooms. winter at Merritt and other points along Mr. C. IF. Walton's company, Tuesdayevening i

_Mr J. B. McKeown is said to have -:Mr. and Mrs. F. Alexander, of Brooklyn the East Coast, left for Jacksonville yesterday : March :28, 199.; Dancing." Tho Colonades' City Beautiful, has
Kudit more fish this season than any N. Y., who have been spending several -Col. Thomas Smith, of the Third en route home to Brooklyn, N. Y. Both the above affairs were grand successes had a remarkable run of tourist business
visitor to New Smyrna. weeks with Mr. S. Proskey, Hotel Kentucky Volunteers, was in town partof and those who attended report avery this season, tho house being crowded
her Tuesday and Wednesday, en route to -Mr. R. W. Hunt, the Florida passenger enjoyable lime.
Indian River Rockledge have returned nOl\rlyali the winter. Naturally Manager -
-Mr. Geo. M. Holden, the popular homeward.Mr. iami. lie Informed his corps, which agent of the Southern Railway, with : James P. Vinlng Is quite elated over

ateling agent of the F. C. & P. R'y, had been in Cuba, would soon be mus- headquarters at Jacksonville, was n need the fact. Mr. and Mrs Vinlng will re-
, as in town a-ehort while yesterday. and Mrs. C. II. Fletcher, and tered out at Savannah, Ga. pleasant caller at the ADVOCATE office Npeaker main at tho Colonados until the 27th of
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Miss Fletcher, of Brooklyn, N. Y., after yesterday. lIe had been on a trip southas ,
-Senator E. N. Dimick expects toss visiting Miami and Palm Beach, returned -Mr. Henry M. Flagler; ,, Mrs. E. M. far as Miami; stopped off here to do Speaker Thomas B. Reed'' and his April, when they expect to leave fortheit
I through here to-day, on his way to to Rockledge this week. They Ashley, Miss :Sarah G. Kenan and Miss business for his company between trains, daughter, Miss Reed accompanied by cozy summer hotel In the Berkshlro I

i allahassee, to attend to his senatorial will start homewards in a.week or two. Pomroy returned, Monday, to Palm and then left for Orimmd Ho Is surelya Win. F. Wliltemore and I l D. W. Butler, of Hills-Tho Greylock, Wllliamstown.

Bench, from Nassau. Mr. J. C. Salter, hustler for his company. Boston, arrived at Palm Beach on Fri- Mr, Leland Sterry, who has been In I
nee.Capt. A. Coster of Ca- -Mrs. B. Curtiss, of Brooklyn, N. Y., Mr. Flagler'a private secretary, and his day evening last, and were met tho following charge of the office at the Inn, I'alm
W. manager of Hacken- Salter also returned -'Mr. D. S. DoVinne, of one of the .
fa Club left here,Sunday, for .lack- and Miss Maggie! Ramsey, mother, Mrs. M. E. evening by an ADVOCATE representative. Reach, during the winter, Informs the
veral
sack N. J. the recent visitors Nassau the same day. largest printing establishment In New
home in Brook- were among ram Mr. Reed among other ADVOCATK that he will soon leave for
his
an t in vi lie, en route to- who paid: their respects to the AD- Mr. Oeo. F. Paddison, Eau Gallie of York, passed through here, Wednesday, things, said he was on A pleasure trip Bryu Maur, l'enn., where ho will open !
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nX., Y. Mrs. Curtiss left for home this saying ho was on his way to Eau Gallie, antiNassau
VOCATE. for Miami his the The
, the Paddison Lumber Co., has quite a and Intended leaving hotel about tat of Juno.
i lit -Purser J. A. Lovelace, of the steam- week. big order on his hands, one of a million Malabar and Eden and would stop at on Monday. He was much Bryn Maur hotel stands In a park of 35:

hip Miami, has been enjoying himselfra -Mr. Geo. A. Farnham, of Saratoga laths and about a quarter of a million Titusville on his return.him We Indian are always River pleased with I'alm Beach, and said: acres; and as It l Is only 11 miles from \

> day or so with friends in Jackson- Springs and Savannah, has been on a feet of lumber to supply parties on the where pleased he to has see friends.on "'1'his l Is a glorious section of our, coun Philadelphia, the house has a big patronage '

ille this week. trip down the East Coast. He spent St. Lucie river, for covering their pine- many try." Mr. Reed and party were occupyIngprlvate doting i the summer months

-Mr. John Morris, of York, England, from Saturday until Monday at the apple plants, etc. Representative Henry L. Parker, of car No. 01), of the F. E. C. Miss Garvln, of Boston, who has held

nd Miss Barnard, of Surrey, England, Royal Poinciana, and then left ''for I Mr. G. Loutrel Lucas, formerly of Fort Drum, who arrived in town on I Railway the position of book-keeper and cashierat

avebeen enjoying a rest at the Inn, Miami and Nassau. New- York, but now of Eden, paid Titusville -* Monday, wIll' leave today for ''Jackson nt lintel Hotel Indian: River) Rocklodgo, during -
ville. lIe Is on his to Tallahassee Dal-
way Tourist
of
Homo
aim Beach. has her brother
-Mrs. F. L. Marshall'and her son, a visit on Wednesday. lie left same to attend to his official duties, ,and will the season joined ,
Glimaine
n -Mrs. J.V.. Ainsworth and Miss Mr. F. C. Marshall, of Jacksonville\ after night: for Rockledge, accompanied by probably be joined at Titusvllle by Senator ton. Mr. Garvln at Hotel Everett,

insworth, who have been spending the visiting Jensen and Palm Beach, returned his friend, Attorney J. C. Boyd, of Bal E. N. Dimick, of Palm Beach We Jacksonville She Is a young lady of
o inter at Oceanus, spent last week In home Monday night. Mr. anti timore. Mr. Lucas informs us he will wish him and the Senator every succets Dalton, 01III the gateway to the bright and charming characteristics, and
at the danceat leave for Cuba. South-delightful climate, superb scenery during her stay on 'Indian River she
wn with fi lends'Miss Mrs. Marshall were present soon while,at Tallahassee
tit the Royal Poinciana on :Saturday night and beautiful drives, good livery, refined made many friends, who will bo pleased
will be Easter
Kate Pritchard, after spending last. -\ext Sunday -Mr, John Y. Detwller of New Smyr society, and the most popular stopover to see her nt Rocklcdgo next season.
mal months with her sister at Miami, the day will be properly observed in, TI- na, one of Florida's most energetic, Commissioners resort for all tourists from the South. llotel Indian River has
Rockledge
eturned to town on Saturday last, mucho Among the passengers on Friday'snorth tusville. It Is the opening of springand of Fisheries, gave our office a Modern hotel, electric bells, elevator, closed after successful, ,
Who a season,
tbe of her friends. bound train wore Mr. and Mrs. the gaiety season and those call Ho had beenon very
pleasure pleasant yesterday; hot and cold water baths on
telephone, under the of Mr. S. Proskoy.
Miss Christian M. IIapp, have been observing the lenten periodwihwolcome management I
-Mr. and Mrs.: J. O. Walton and Louis L. Happ Matilda, of Brooklyn, N. Its coming. The Easter a visit to several places along the every floor, good table and service, with of Brooklyn. N. Y, Tho tourist travoihavlug
tlaude Walton returned home on Tues- and Miss Happ, homewardsfrom bonnets this are "pictures of loveli East Coust,vetting information that will reasonable l't lcs. Many tourists and re- diminished at Rookledge.! the
Y. They were on their way year to fishermen. A few more
bo of interest seekers here Have fifteen
sort come breakfaston
llay, after a visit to Merritt, Rockledge, had been spend- hotel doors were closed after
KID: Gallie, Palm Beach and Miami.Mr. Mlcco, where they ness. such commissioners as Mr. Detwller. days stop over on tickets or they can be Tuesday This being the largest
ing part of the winter very pleasantly -Mr. W. A. Snider, of Columbus: 0., would be of considerable advantage to extended, hotel on Indian River It naturally takesmore

S. Proskey, manager of Hotel -Mr. W. J. Hazlewood, Brooklyn. who has been spending the winter at East Coast fisheries and fishermen. For particular, address, capital to run' it; and when Mr.

ndian River, Rockledge; passed throughere N. Y., passed,through Titusville Saturday West Palm Beach, arrived In town onTuesday's D. L. DKTTOII, Proprietor, Pronkey found the receipts loss than lire
.. Wednesday, en route to Brooklyn, night last, en route to Miami. He steamer, and boarded the J. Dalton, Ga. expenditure, ho doomed It advisable to
N. Y lie will stop off at a few placesn Informed us he was going on a three 1' &; K. W. R'y train for Sanford andthe ICE CREAM DAILY Fruits, candles, close. This hotel has dono a good business

route. weeks' fishing cruise around the Gulf Gulf coust, where he said he) would cigars and all kinds of Cool Drinks, at this season, and noxt winter' It will

-Judge J. D. Van Deman, of Dele- coast. lie was accompanied by Mr remain a few days. He was accompaniedby the store of B. II. PYLES, FOR SALE-One 10ft. cypress rowboat do much better under Mr. 1'roskey's
after Ilofe, of New York. Mr. Leach.A Titusville. now, All copper. fastened I, brass
ware, 0., was in town last Friday Edward Vom trimmings( varnished natural wood; management.

noon. He had been on a trip to Eden. -Miss Ida R. Bates, who h'as been party of tourists called at our cost )*8,"> to ,build, wilt sell for $:30.En. There were about 400 guests at Hotel
Tbe Judge returned to Rockledge' the teaching in the kindergarten departmentof office one day this week, and gave great Telegraph Kate Lowernl. STIMNO, Cocoa, Fla. Royal Poinciana\ on Saturday last, whenIt
ame evening. Titusville's public school, left hero praise to the conductors of the F. E. C. was visited by an ADVOCATE repro..

on -Mr. J. Boyd, a.prominent attorney Monday for Nashville, Tenn. Quite a R'y; but one in particular was Mr. G. II. All rates from F'orlda, beyond Georgia THE HOTELS. sentative. This palatial hotel, while
'rom Baltimore, arrived in town on number of her friends were at the rat Woodall, running between Fort Pierce will be lowered 15cts. on each rate not In Its glory as n few weeks ago, still

inth Wednesday, to attend to some law matters road station to bid her adieu. They and Miami. They said Conductor Woodall after to-day (Friday). I -, looked remal'kablyllvely. '!'Ito able and

He left for Rockledge Wednesday hope to see her here next winter, as she was one of the most courteous and WHKHK to stop. See list of hotels on courteous manager of Hotel Royal Polu-

fight. Is a popular and painstaking teacher.Dr. obliging: railroad men they ,had met In Ma (|uern<10 Hall. our 7th and bth pages.+, claM, Mr. Fred Sterry, Is always on

-Mr. C. Moseley, who has been on a A. N. Curtis, of St. Louis, ,!\I 0., I the south. School closed for The ADVOCATE Is now on file at all hearty hand, ready handshake to greet, and his extend guest to them with a n
Public
lengthened pleasure trip along the East one of our valued subscribers, passed Tltusville last after The Tltusville Social Club will\ give a the best hotels New York city. cordial welcome, In which he Is ably
Coast informs be has returned to hero, Monday, on his way to the season on Friday a very Wednesday night,
us through masquerade on seconded by his chief glory tho genial
teachers
He successful term. The three are PllzIand the New Rock lodge
Highland Park, Ill. Mr. Moseley has tbe Colonnades!. City Beautiful. excellent work in the till of Apr11, at the Ope/a house. ,- Hotel and well-known Mr, Fred C. King, for
leased visit to all Jthe resorts said to have done the club hotels, Rockledgo, are still open and prepared
1 a furnished house at Rockledge.Mr. has been on a and All members of are requestedto some years chief clerk at tho Grand
IB departments,
Dr. Curtis their respective many to receive guests.
the East Coast. In costume.
and Mrs. C. C. Jerome, who, along and has made some hope that Mrs. A. Brady; Mrs. A. W. bo present Union hotel, SitratogNo' Y. I There has
have been spending the winter very quite a fishermen, the Indian Sweet and Miss Ida R. Bates will againfill We wore very sorry to hear of the genial been no change In the office staff of Hotel
big hauls of fish while on ; proprietor of the Miami Hotel, Mr I'olnclanlt.hlll'leallon which Is as
pleasantly at Rockledge, left for Chicago the same positions,next winter. Before Change of Schedule.On Royal ,
on Sunday. Mr. Jerome had his launch, River. the closing of the school, the children C. It. Thompson, being down with the follows: Mr. Fred C, King, 'chief clerk

Phenol, shipped 'north, for use on the -Mr. J. O. Bennett and Miss Bennett, went through various exercises Ina Monday next, and until further who will occupy similar position at
grip.Mr.
MM dm Ing: the summer The ADVOCATE L.._' Vovu Yorkers, who..n_ have beenlrnmllJtan.rn very creditable manner. notice, the steamer St. Augustine will Fred O. King, chief clerk of Hotel the United States hotel tho coming summer -
several weeks at the New Rock- leave for New ; Frank E. Allen, assistant room
follows. spending St. Lucle River anti Royall'olnclnnl\ soon
\ for
Rockledge, passed through -Mr, and Mrs. John Stanley, of New leave Tftusvllln clerk; Mr. Lester II. Gale, front clerk,
hotel will make his
ledge here on York and headquarters
Intermediate points returning ,
Palm Beach the ,
down at
Mr. York were Ga. next
Tuesday en route home. who will go to Llthla Springs, ,
house
1 YOU WILL MAKE NO MISTAKE BY here, and his sister are enthusiastic first of the week, enjoying the hospital Wed aesdaya. at the Gllsey summer; Air W. S. Conover, ulght clerk, 0
by buying your Mount Ver- Bennett of Sir Isaac Walton, and made I tiles of the Inn. They have been spending On Thursdays the St. Augustine will The Plaza Hotel, Rockledge, still will return to New York after the season -

non, Hunter's Rye, Oldh Valley disciples flue catches of fish this season. a couple of weeks or so at Jensen, only go as far Melbourne,; returningto keeps up Its reputation, notwithstanding 1 Is over; Mr. J. M.\ Hempstead, mall

Chas. L. Adams Old Buchanan, (Sour: some Indian River fi lends will where they own a pineapple plantation. Titusvlllo next day.CHURCH the exodus north of our winter visi clerk, will go to Deer Park, Md.; Mr. (I. ,
Marsh), and many other brands of Their many welcome them to Indian Mr. and Mrs. Stanley were among those tors. It still has about forty guests. Hopkins, cashier formerly of the Wal "

equally good whiskies at Crabb's, again River gladly next winter. who were present at tbe dance In the NOTICES Mr. J'. M Suarez writes us from New dorf Astoria, will g"o to the Grand Union I
Poinciana last >
Cocoa. 3.174t. Casino of Hotel Koytl York that be has leased the Everett hotel, Saratoga, the, coming summer; .
Saturday night. They left for Jackson also Mr. Smith assistant cashier.
July delivery,., J. B/IIawk will preach house, Saratoga Springs, N. Y., which George ,
or Rev
WANTED, for June ville this week o'clocn Mr. King was glad to take a rest after
Steamer For Sale. 3,000 Porto, Rico slips. Address, Point on Sunday, April 2nd! at 2 ho will l open about the lat of June. the rush of tourists, so on Monday he

The 3-41 Geo. II. WRIGHT, Orlando, Fla. -Mr, and Mrs. John D. Dwyer, of p. m. This will be an Easter; service The Inn, Palm Beach, will close to- bled himself off to Nassau, thinking: the

, light draft stern-wheel steamer, Boston, Mass., after spending a few Everybody Invited.Archdeacon morrow, Saturday, and the Poinciana: on sea trip would build up his nerves in
Canaveral! built in 1891 by the Merrill- Exchange. days at Hotel Royal Poinciana, Palm B. F. Brown will hold divine Monday, thus terminating one of the readiness for the grand rush at Saratoga
Stevens Sale or
Co., of Jacksonville. Sloop for Beach, passed through here Monday, en service at St. Gabriels, on Good grandest( and most. successful seasons the coming summer Mr, Frank K. !

ana She Is 51 feet long and 15-ft. beam, '"Brooklyn"tor;;:;; sale;27ft. 6-ln. route to Hotel Ormond, where they expect Friday, at 10:30 a. m. and 730: p. m. ever known on Lake Worth. Allen was In charge during Mr. King' '.
draws about 14 Inches; has twoIhpressuro Sloop, condition. to spend a week or so. Mr. Dwyer, Sermon at evening service on the "Inter- absence.
( 6x24. 12-ft.! beam; in good that well-known Journal Remember the following hotels are
: editor of
condensing engines, long, who is Christ In Paradise.
boat. It mediate State, or ...
Her} boiler and engines were put In flrst- or exchange for larger River. the Boston Commercial, Is a very genial, Also service on Sunday, Easter day, at the places where you should stop when

11JI doss| condition by her builders last year. Is hauled out at Merritt, Indian gentleman, whom the ADVOCATE repre- 11 a. m. and 7::'JO p. m. Holy communion visiting Jacksonville: St. James, PU- Hotel Bale,
To be seen at Peter Nelson's yard In Address, FBKD ALDKIDOK N. Y, sentative was pleased to meet at Palm at noon service. clde, Itoseland, Oxford, Andreu and Ge
I
T'ItusvUle. Address. 4-tf Brooklyn, Beach and his wife is a very bright andcharming nOva For further particulars, see our .

nCRo'lN8: A GRAHAM lady. seventh page. East Coast hotel, about 100 rooms;
*. f. Fla. OWING TO TUB LATE FREEZE, I furnished complete Including supply of
Titusville !
Coast. of
For' the Rivers of the East will now close out my stock at reduced Chief Clerk Chas A. Crelghton, table linen and silverware Lease Is

nee EIGIIT-FT. AERMOTOR WIND MILL, prices. No old stock; everything Hotel Indian River, Rockledge, has dated Sept. I, 181)8) and runs five yean,
rJ For Schooner-rigged -boat, Cruiser; Steel tower, one galvanized storage new this winter. made numerous friend during his sojourn with privilege of ten years. Annual

Sale-New Furniture, new; government register, 23 tons; staterooms -. tank; one 21-bbi.11-in. cypress tank; ED. SrtUJfO, Cocoa, Fla. at this popular Indian River resort rental for five years, $1.200, payable In
his
be
At ; accommodations for 10 persons.Now one lx3Mn.( drive well point; one and tourist will glad to see monthly installments of $100. Reason J
u lel. second-hand prices, In any quantl- Jupiter station, East 2xlG-in.. brass cylinder. New never genial face at the same old stand next for disposing of lease, Ill health and distaste ,
reasonable.
WM. R. CAMPBELL Coast eLine.tTerWest very been set up; will be sold cheap. Write Wanted. winter. for tho business. The past season

Address or apply on board, .to Mr. J. M. Loilmler. formerly of the has been the most successful since hotel t
"Bellevue, S. E. S ", owner, EDWARD STIUNO, Cocoa Fla. July, will leave built. Address "HOTEL," I
Melbourne, Fla.Kockledge vest Jupiter, Fla. By June or 3,000 Porto Rico Hotel Placlde, Jacksonville, was i
R 4-41 slips Please quote lowest cash price, shortly for Hotel St. Louis, Munletonka, care ADVOCATE:, Titusville, Fla
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Indian Fine Lunches. For Sale, 3-17 4t. Orlando, Florlia.Empty This hotel will be under the manage.'
ment of Mr. John 8. Bowen, recently of Tourists Will Find r.

t1ia one of ; most attractive and --chop, steak or any. About 2,000 feet of R. R. Iron; weighs Fish Barrels for Sale. Miami who Is now In Chicago. t 'u I
>cked stores on the East Coast of If you need a good do not fail 5-25lb. to the foot. Price Sets per foot. Palatka nice
i Orida. thing else In the eating line, dock. Visitors to our office speak very high. The Graham Hotel. a
.11' Ileect You can find everything you when in St. Augustine, to go to the at Courtenay write EDWARD BTILISO Address, WALTKH A. )MOORS lyof Mr. and Mrs. II. 1-. Shares and stopping place; (:j.50 per day, Special

3( s ec1altl.there.. Fitting out cruising parties Cathedral Place Lunch A Oyster Rooms, Call or Cocoa. Fla., 8 George St., Charleston, S, C. family, proprietors of tbe New,RockledgeHotel weekly rate. 3.17 2t.

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1"A their money where their chances of fall are just out of a freeze, we cannot prove I I Robbed the ( rave. GEOUO UARX. JOHN MARY
Fair
Outside Is are are'*i great with all th6 precaulloi to him that there f r. more money In the ,, A startling Incident, of which :Mr. J.

they can take, when there is an ftssnfance pineapple business right here at Eden Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the subject, lVI.r>4. a k: R<>S.

a Poor Substitute In the business here,, a* 1*'mon and Jensen than anywhere else In the I Is narrated by him as follow: "I wa ina Wholesale Dealers In

than demonstrated :the success of state dr (Id anything In the'state will most dreadful condition. My skin
l"A! For Inward Worth. by we ': wa almost yellow)) eye sunken, tongue
those who have gone 'into (rt on an intelligent acknowledge( that we are not In line for :coated, pain continually In back and GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE...

ptan. It I. a conceded fact promotion for truthfulness. Now let' '' aide, no appetite-gntoually)) growing
.
health, inwardly, of that from Ankona to theSt. Lucie river I ee who Is r going' to be the first man to weaker day by day. Three physician Street and 6 and
had Fortunately a friend 131 and 133 East Day 8 Newnan Street
kidneys, liver and Bowels, Is the pineapple section of the 'East dispute this proposition. !given me up. and
advised trying Electric' Hitters, to
1l\ Coast. More have always been W. R. HARDEK. J ao1.J.aoD.n1o, Florins
sure to come if Hood's Sari pines my great joy and surprise, the first bob
grown In this section than in the entire tle made a decided Improvement. I con
: saparilla is used. tinued their for three weeks and am ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE
promptly state; 'we do not undertake to state why. Constipation of the bowels may be use CI1

7 ; This secures a fair outside, and a It Is simply a fact which Is of more easily cured by a few doses of Dr. M,. A. life now, a and well robbed man. I the know grave they of saved another my

k consequent vigor In the frame with the value than any theories as to the why's Simmons Liver Medicine. victim. No one should fail to try them. We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow P

glow of health on the cheek, good and wbeiefore's. Only 50c. Guaranteed, at F. S. Chaffee's guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We vt

, appetitt, perfect digestion, pure blood. Pineapple growing, like everything ANTHONY HOPE'S NEW RO- drug store. your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.

t'I catarrh-"I have had no return of the else, has Its changes In the methods 01: MANCE. t MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, la

h 7.;\ catarrh which troubled me for years, since planting, cultivation, varieties, etc., etc. Some Idea of the educational Influenceof rr: We only Sell to Dealers. e .
)+ Hood's Sarsapnrllla cured me." MBS. Jo& the British Museum can be gatheredfrom
Sooner later theories have which
or high spun Anthony Hope's new romance
,
t Dyspepsia Complicated with liver to give way to the practical demon. he has ]Just finished, Is called "The Countess the fact that over 1,000,000 persons OE3.A.S. :SL"'O'" &
CO.I
l...P and\ kidney .trouble, I suffered for years stratlons of the successful grower. The Emilia," and has been purchased by visited it the last year. ,
if with dynpopsln, with severe pains. Hood's/ DEALERS IN -
flarsnpnrlllu made mere fact that pineapples have always The Ladies' Home Journal, in which pe-
me strong and
hearty. To restore the clear skin, the brighteye
4 I J. B. )':MERTON, Main Street, Auburn, Me. yielded well under the most abusive cultivation riodical will immediately begin. The ,.the alert gait and sound health, use F.I.n.e: Wines: and Liquors:

", has In a large measure rttardec story Is about a beautiful Countess. Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine.
jfcOf& dt 417 410 TV.
Japmi/l the advancement that might naturallyhave She has quarreled with her husband, Kay St.,

been expected along this line But and they have decided to live In seclusion GOLD 1 is of no value when health Is pr Iwo's JACKSONVILLE ". FLA

...v the frequent recurrence of freezes, together In separate wings of the castle. This In danger. What's of more value I Gs Dplittltfa.M.W

I't. Hnod'i rilli cure II,.",lll') thejion jrrltatlnnnly and with the prospect of the clode they do until Captain Dieppe, who becomes Pratt's up.to.date tablets will break upa Agulnaldo May Recover I
' cold In one day, and for constipationand w
.,. > cathartic to Inb wltK Hood'i fI.roapa.n: proximity of the Keys, Bahamas and a member of the household, inadvertently biliousness and all malarial troubles, .1_win Ills reason with Dewey's and OtlJ

r. 4.k. ,rt Cuba by means of rapid transit to our opens a door, through whichare it has no equal. By mail prepaid for 2oc.: ,'"".;(";a"" Judicious doctoring. Dewey' 1 Ir<

',' markets will soon enjoy. Some of our revealed to him the apartments of Pratt Medicine Co., Station B, Chicago. t is reducing the swelling of U

r. more progressive citizens have taken a the exiled Countess, with the beautiful 111. Send for sample. head, just as our high grade an
pure Blum's Rye Whiskey\ ,
few steps In advance of the old-time pccupant standing }In a doorway. The r duce cold, cough ]
'fIIi : your grip, etc
,. $4S methods, and as a result the pineapple Captain falls)) In love ,with the young woman Remember does that all kinds the INDIAN of RIVERA IO when used properly. There i in ii
<( DVOCATE job printingat
'. f business will Dot only enjoy the distinction and from this point there is not a short notice. Send them an order ,, nothing like our fine Blum's put<

of being the best paying business moment's cessation in the romantic adventures and be convinced that it is the place to fli 1 Rye Whiskey for preventing chilli,
-S colds, grip or pneumonia, and thin
\ In the state, but will exceed the result which ensue In the castle, its have job printing done. is the kind of weather to use it

of past years from a financial pointof gardens and neighboring places of ren S S

! view. dezvous. Blum's Pure Rye Whiskey, 7 years old, delivered to any part of the Stat

4: atttU't The advanced methods require larger COTTON AND express prepaid, for $3.20.

} outlay of mone'y, and for this reason A Thousand Tongues

there are many who are now in the business -

jfc who will never be able to come to Could not express the rapture of AnnieE. LINEN NETTING. 0 "TIDPS."

the front and will'necessarily fall by the Springer, of 1125 Howard St., Phila word
different
The thlngJ
s delphia. when she found that Dr. King's tip means
methods ,
t TNLtl wayside. But with change of ,
New Discovery for consumption had in different places. In a barber chairo oil
1 will come other changes, and it is safe to cured her of tL j is "a
completely a hacking cough f / I restaurant it gratuity" given for)
tuns'' predict that instead of money being that for many years had made life a bur. k I extra good service. Another kind of ;a
i In den. All other remedies and doctors ,
spent so lavishly ,trying to grow pines That's
i tip is a "straight tip. a bit 0
1 ot could give her no help, but she says of FISHING TACKLE
n in the Interior by monied, men, that they : "y advice and that's what
this royal cure-"It soon removed the friendly we are
4f o 0oo will now realize that It is safer and more pain in my chest and '1 can now sleep Superior quality Linen Gill Netting 6 giving you when we tell you to try on:

profitable to come here and with less expenditure soundly, something I can scarcely remember made from Knox's Scotch thread. i beer. If you are in the business, sell It J Jif
better results. I am often doing before. I feel like sound ?
get ..a" drink it. It is made |
the universe." and estimates 'furn you are not{ from
ing Its praises throughout Samples cheerfully
asked by parties living in other states iiI
So will everyone who tries Dr. King's ished. Corks, Leads, Lines, etc. the purest materials, and we guarantee
think It advisable for a poor man to New for trouble' the c- tp
\ Discovery any it to be perfectly pure.
J. S. JOHNSON & CO.
ARE come to Indian ,River to raise pine-ap throat, chest or, lungs. Price 50o and $1. ,.

y THE MEVIAT5MIMT pIes. I have Invariably said NO. It is a Trial bottles free at F. S. Chaffee's drug Manufacturers, .#Y...v... ......
bottle 121 South St BALTIMORE MD.
store; every guaranteed. ,
good place for the Investment of money Address, .

r< judiciously handled, but for a poor man I
G. MULLER & CO.,
who has but limited capital I would say .
I PINEAPPLE GROWING. "hands off." Like other portions of Jacksonville, Fla.

this state, as well as all other states; "Hurry Up and Dig the Nicaragua Agts for Acme Brewing Co
Mr. \V. n. llardee lnouise Its Cultivation Acme Brewing Co., Macon, Ga.
I there are many men who have invested Canal,
Along the East Coast.
here and lost the venture but
by
,
money
EDEN AND'JKNSEN FLA. Mar. 27 1809.!)! John Bull says to Uncle Sam, "I will
,
It is not the fault of the business-it '. "
help you all I can. Any one that wants to
;; Editor Indian River Adcocatr : the methods employed-lack of judgment build stores, houses, cottages or fences we Magnolia: Grocery. ...

3 Parties from the interior who have carelessness, indifference, etc. A will aid by selling them lumber, shingles,

'4 been trying to raise pine-apples\ under business is not to be condemned because laths, clap-boards, flooring, brick and Time Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
by quoting them prices that will enable
I sheds have been looking the situation there are failures; were that accepted as them to do it at a figure that no one can

I over/here with, a view of changing test, there would be no business for make such a close estimate on in this STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. ._.__

r their location. Sixteen degrees above, one to enter. One of the most prolfic town.

I with aheds closely covered, /fires inside sources of failure has been the investment BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO., Butterine, 14cts. per pound.
Write call for Cash Price List which will please you.
or our
St.-Augustine ,
and their pines frozen out is too much by non-residents who have placed

1 of a good thing for a business man, and their property in the hands of inexperienced 102 Main and 33 West Foisyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

now they are beginning to realize the delusion or irresponsible! parties who Telephone No. 255.Photo *

..1-! and snare of the statement that have a happy faculty of making a failure 4

i ( "we (the Interior) are in the pineapple of the business. This, more than ESTABLISHED 1880.

't' .' section and that it is no use to go down anything else, has discouraged the investment Supply C o.

j, to Eden and Jensen." It is scarcely of money in our section, but :Bond Lumber Co. .

.' necessary to name the places which have there is no necessity for getting Into ,

'! made those claims, for they have noyoi such predicament.. A little.investiga. "
1 Manufacturers of and Dealers in V AGENTS EASTMAN KODAK CO.
::1 It competed with us in the markets, as our Lion will soon demonstrate who can! suc >
,
:'j company that weut into the business declared line of busi SIDING
LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING CEILING
floss. only house I in Florida devoting its time to the
t i a dividend of ten per cent withoutever ,

We have of growing pines for himself, It Is KODAKS.The] .
shipping an apple. novel scarce
Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orangeand
been able to do this sort of thing, but ly to be expected that he will make a Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence. I SPECIALTY: -Developing and Printing.

;,t'' wo manage to keep moving along, quite howling success for the other fellow, Saw, Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at Give us a Trial. No trouble to answer questions.
content with our style of growing fruit We invite any one who wishes to makea DeLand and Titusville.

w and declaring dividends of more than ton paying Invcstmentment to come to 51 King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

per cent. If we were to content ourselves Eden, and If, despite the fact that we -

ii' with a dividend of ten per cent, H. A. HODGES.
... EASY RIDING
;E we would have no trouble In being at MANUFACTURER OF ,
{4, once the happiest people in the world. 1 E
All the time and speed when you
s i But we can do far better than that this a1 ...Cypress and Yellow Pine ,Lumber... want it is a great feature of

i'' year right on top of the freeze. This ROUGH AND DRESSED-: Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.

S being true, what cause have we to com- Any'one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building In The Keating :Bicycle.

plain Wo'do not keep the newspapers any part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. The saw mills are locatedat

full of our wonderful performances for The little Dutch Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on- the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any Here are some Keating points for your consideration:
boy who the t y part of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
the purpose of inducing.settlers to come stopped The Frame makes
leak in the dike with l
itSTRONG.
i and buy our lands, for if we were to sell, his finger saved his .

wo know of nothing where could country from over.whelmmg .
we I SAW ANn PLANING MILLS JACKSONVILLE YARD The Construction makes it
place our money to pay the interest it I tion. You; have destruc-read t I IVlatka Fla. E. Hay St., Foot of Catherine. DURABLE.The .
I
now does" taking in the freezes as they about him in your )

..1 come. Property can be bought here and school he was walking readers,along how \ -e O WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY t Bearings give it SPEED.

we would be glad to see some live, energetic the dike when he ,

parties get possession of some of heard a faint sound Manufacturers of 1' The Double Roller Chain
of tricklingwater: A ,
the places that are being butchered by and knew at once thata MAKES IT FLY

half-handed growers. These jack of all leak which had sprung saves Holland in that from great the embankment devastations Cypress lumber Shingles and Lath. # Up hill, down hill, on the tour, road or track

,; trades have a tendency to demoralize '
of the hungry sea. It was early in It has No Equal. 6 "
'l the business by growing fruit that is un the night, and no one was near at hand. Send Catalogue.
[ The leak was small when he found it, but A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles, .
fit for
market-thereby Injuring the sale he knew that the action of the water would lath and picket always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress KEATING WHEEL COMPANY,
of the better grade. enlarge it long befote morn in I
I away the entire embankment, inundate the mouldings of all patterns a specialty. -
Middletown
We are a inclined Conn.
f progressively people, country and destroy his own and thou When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us.FOR .
-
t and it Is not necessary to state that we sands of homes. So he bravely put hisfinger -
44 grow the pineapples on the East Coast in the crevasse and kept it there all '
the long night through, until help came and
that are so famous In the northern mar. the opening was properly stopped. H* had $ 8.2O. .. HOME SEEKERS

'$t kets. Like all otherbuslness. however, saved his country. ... .. . ... '
Equally insignificant Is the entrance of
wo have competitor1, but no equals in disease into the human system. The beginnings Sent to us by Express, postofflce order or New York Exchange. we will
the business from a financial point of of the most terrible ailments are send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID!: ,

view You talk to a man here about ten so start.small Your they health can be is easily a dike stopped which at keepsout the FOUR FULL QUARTSOf Who are Seeking a Home In the South should send to the undersigned for II

per cent, being a good Interest on an Investment and stops the inroads of dangerous and I copy of theFlorida
devastating disease. Whenever it breaks the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
and ho will laugh at )'OU. We
\ down, no matter how slightly there is an
can show this year acres of pines right opening for disease to enter. If the openIng -

here in Eden that will pay anywherefrom until is the not sweep watched of, disease it will grow overwhelms larger, Calhoun Pure Rye WhiskeyWe EastWe Coast Homeseete

$500 to 1700 per acre from the fruit you, and health and perhaps life is destroyed

alone, and $100 worth of slips to help forever. ship In PLAIN PACKAGES, no mark to indicate contents (which will avoid all com
out Ie business Fortify your health with Dr. Pierce' ment. get It and test It If It Is not satisfactory, return U at OUR EXPENSE and '
with. not of
this
a kind Golden Medical Discovery, and you can your 13.90 will cheerfully refunded. This Whiskey as good as any >>.00 food in the market,
worth a business man's investigationand defy ill-health. You can make your health We are COM at hand and can Rive you. QUICKER DELIVERY than distant boo.... We havebeen have land for Fruit and for
so strong a bulwark that disease cannot doing buslneos in thU city and at the same stand for over IS YEARS, and as to our RES- Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing,
investment 1? Do not understandme find a crevice through which it can creep. ON8I1ULITV AND REPVTATION, for honest dealing,we refer you to any merchant here, or to Winter and Summer Home Climate the healthiest In tba United States.
to mean that everyone growing pines Taken (in time, Dr. Pierce' remedies pre. the editor of this paper
Is realizing the above prices, but for vent greater and more serious troubles. SOLOMON A LEVI, Apply to
Hundreds write daily to Dr. Pierce, telling 1028 & 1930 First Avenue, .
those who have taken the precautionsthat him how these remedies have saved them JAS.
seemed necessary will do so; Shedding and made them strong. P. O, Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner,

Is becoming a necessity and we fall serious Constipation diseases causes It is and speedily aggravates cured many by NOTICE H-W pay Express Charges to all point reached by "SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPAN FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y
Y," but to points on lines of other EvpreM Companies, we prepay only to points when
E, to see why business'men will invest Dr. Pierct' Pleasant Pellet. Southern Kxprets Company transfers to said other Express Company V ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA





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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 31.1899 3
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professional arda. A LETTER FROM NASSAU ORANGE GROWING ALONG t

-- THE EAST COAST. CHANGE OF CLIMATEWONT j

5.1On RDAsAN., \'OU84J11.aDl Boils NAM AV, N. rot March 20 C 1800.EJllnr :

OBBL; VS & GRAHAM, .Irlt .'a'"' Oni.AMK: FLA., M.m-h. :22, 1 1W.Kditor ( }

TTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Thinking some of my friends and readers J/lli.1J'rrr Atirocale ,: CURE CONSUMPTION

of the pink paper would like a description
10 to 12 a. ro. Old I note with pleasure the many en-
,
Bovas-From: Running Sores
of Nassau I will\ endeavor
I-1 and 2 to 4p.m. aa counting reports; of the success In 01 mice/
best I can to give them an Idea of the growing I nm reading In your valuable
Florida. is Needed.A
Brevard Co. The Slocum
I System
TrrrsvitLB, Itching capital of the Bahamas. It Is an old. pink paper from the Indian River1 sec ':
.Box,l0'Practice ScratchingEczema
() oourta-ltatl and fed stone built tion.Ten
10 aU the city on New Providence ,
years ago I used to make frequent
facilities' for xsn lnlng and perf ctr Island, which Is 20 miles long by about i trips Into that, to me, Interesting section '
rirlal Curative Medicinal Treatment Founded Modem\ ::'
fllP nod title seven miles wide. The streets are nar- of our state. As one writer rucrully

row and crooked. The principal business puts It-word at one time went out, that '
oranges would not do well In the Indian\ Scientific Truths is More Potent
DODSON avenue Is Bay street and It runs
e D. I. ,
trFla; p River country below Hock ledge. The
II, east and west along the bay about four climate there surely suits It, and I never Than Air Alone.
DENTIST.
teen miles. The city has a population of' could see any reason, only as I then ,

FLORIDA. Blood Poison about fifteen thousands, four-fifths of thought, only In the man that plants "
5\'ILLX, Last March a who wished to .
at residence. ,. whom are colored. There are a great man FREE TREATMENT FOR LUNG WEAKNESS. I
Office plant an orange grove near Miami, ,
suit the times. p ll.lryore' acing. the hroat.h.olleD following. arm Dtemsi Goods r.Ulnw, many Interesting things to be seen and It was told citrus trees would not do well "
to Crop-
/ Prices tons' Pustules of the $kin Is destined to be winter resort. there. lIe wrote mo asking me of It-
a
Joints !great
tlffntss of thae Bheumattsu,! If those of our readers who reside (lathe opment of this Treatment, therefore
ODe aloe, In going out through the southern portion wrote as near as he could of what the most highly favored sections of this those who take it and give it a fair trial
land mentioned that the of It
was- most
L. GAULD N, of the city one can travel for a covered said country, where the climate is healthy certainly avail themselves of all that
rock of
ts Ulcers Scrofula whole and with Interesting was ha4t yes; some and invigorating with a dry and topic modern science and skill have to offer
day continually meet kind. I boon there and I
never .'
ATTORNET-AT-LAW, atmosphere, will look about them, they for the cure of Consumption and all
answered him back I could tell
scenery. The streets In many nothing will see a greater less number of their forms of wasting diseases.

FLA! i the the eta esa of the SUMflorlSTnd Running Sore EyesAre places are not more than 20 feet wide of It without seeing It. lie finally took friends and neighbors dying of consumption Dr. Slocum's faith in the efficacy of
United Courts. me down to see, and It was a surprise to
with a htooo wall about four feet highon while many others have his System of Treatment is so strong
what I
I wild lemon
P.0.Boi,235. TITUSVILLE, FLA. cored br me saw fond already been carried off by that dread and his interest in the welfare of humanity
either here
side. All through one trees; In the hammock, growing In that
ver Money to Loan. 18 BOTANIC BLOOD BALM (B. n. Ik malady. so great that he will cheerfully a
can see a forest of tropical fruit trees of land of rock that were 18 Inches In diameter send his complete System of Treatment '
These deaths have occurred from timeto
The
''ff Great Blood Rented all kinds and has the appearance in and evidently very old. time amid the refreshing prairie (Four Preparations) FREE to all sufferers .
' also
GOiDSMITH, I found orange trees which an old
of hammock If breezes of in the fair and mel who ask for it.
many places a heavy as summer;
said he had the
if f hi VI. Botanic Blood Halm (II. H.B.) U a powerful acquaintance planted
0BIII blood remedy,and yet can be taken with per the trees grew wild. They are all loaded seeds some five years before. They were low days of autumn and also in the dry
fect safety by old and young. On account of Its also in this coral and sunny seasons of a southern winter.
ftetc ATTORNET-AT-LAW, great: strength It cures when all else falls. Other with fruit. I will mention a few of growing open, porous
remedies rock; that the roots not only worked Such deaths amid such favorable surroundings
act mild tonic
may as a or cover new such as I know commencing with the
"re i i itusville, Florida. skin over rotton flesh but It. II. It. drives all their way Into and through it, but they afford positive and convincing
PHI the poison out and hence the cures are perma most common: The Sappodl'lo, Tame- were getting plant-food In the lime and proof that climate alone will not

hllliIthil i "' nent.One to three bottles of It. 11. B. will cure the ron, bread fruit\ mango, augar-apple, magnesia: the rock contained. Those cure consumption; that neither pine. ,

d J. WEBB, worst kind of pimples on the fare Maumee apple, Avicako pear, oranges, trees were as finIS as any I ever saw of laden breezes nor bracing mountain air
it. One to three bottles of li. It.B.will clear the .liclrngo. I was glad to report to my will restore weak lungs or build up a r
system of boils and curtmncles. lemons, bananas and a great many other is f/ \
constitution that underminedand
friend that took beIng
mo there, that I saw no
Two three .
to bottles of II. H. B will the
Stat ATTORNET-AT-LAW, worst kind of humor In the mouth and stomach.cure varieties. There Is the cocoanut and reason why citrous trees were not perfectly broken down by the insidious germsof F W/ 7J

J Will practice in the Courts of the 7th worst Three to six of bottles of It.B. II; will cure the all other palms, some of the most beau- at homo there, and I think ho has a fatal disease. r uM :: ,
case
ircuit. Taxes paid for non-residents One to three erysipelas bottles or will eczema.cure all humor In tiful I ever saw; looks as though they planted five acres more of this land. Its Hut, oil the other hand, many thou.

lad rents and accounts collected. the eyes. wild. The lands where are not far from Cocoanut Grove.It sands of testimonials from grateful peo-
Two bottles are warranted to cure running of grew every is a fact, that with that suction, ass ple all over this country, who have been I
husvllle Florida. the ears! and blotches among the hair. rocky such a thing as a plow Is
very ;
Four to eight bottles are warranted to cure the case with all parts of Florida that cured by the Dr. Slocum System of
corrupt and runnlr.g u'cel'll. unknown. From what I can learn all I[ am acquainted with there Is a deal of Treatment and are today in the enjoyment 666 .,. .

Illnd One or two battles of B. U. It. will cure scaly the outlying Islands are very rocky, but land not quite suited to the orange, but of perfectly restored health and n Ill ?e.eII
of the skin
0. FRIES, d. E. eruption there are millions of acres that arc strength, Afford the most convincing y
roI Two or three bottles of It. It. It. are warrantedto the: lands are very productive;, one can II ,,,.w.y
cure the worst case of ringworm. The past two winters Ialllo looking evidence that this treatment, aided by III w ,
I foof COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land Two to live bottles of It. It li. are warrantedto see largo trees growing out of the rocks, back to the winter of '1)5) settles It that favorable climatic conditions and surroundings won.III ) ) \' )& ,

ait Three cure the to six most bottles desperate of It.rheumatism.B.U. are warrantedto as if there were plenty of fertility In planting oranges In the Interior In the is positive cure for Con. Ilq ., Jr J\))
I"aw
e legally surveyed and sub-divided. cure eczema. them. way we have been making groves, Is a sumption and all other chronic diseasesof
Five to eight bottles! of IS. B. li. will cure tbe very risky business. the Throat, Chest and Lungs.
' are neatly done. Estimates for The market Is a interesting placeto
apping worst case of scrofula. very
I Of protecting orange trees from cold, Therefore, those who go to the mountains
Two to six bottles will cure cataarh
oil 11 I kinds of engineering works. Dis- visit, especially on Saturdays. It Is I there is only one plan that to my minds the seashore or to southern climates ..

11 It iiited lines BLOOD POISON run altogether by the colored people. practicable. To undertake to cover as well as those who already

fromIntee specialty. For this monster of atliseaseln any form They come In from every direction with up our standard trees, that often attaina reside In such favored localities, should
contracted or inherited,2 r to Dr
height thirty, as measured not System
ITUBVILLE, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. ulcers, pimples, sores in mouth or throat, their fruits and vegetables, and pile I
.. skin hot hair fills out,etc., 11. B. li. cures the a sprout of thirty-two feet at twelve of Treatment if they wish to derive the
disease and driven the poison from the system them on barrel heads, tables, boxes, and years old, I repeat, ,U won't do. full benefits of favorable climatic condi I I I
never to return. We have o -er 2M( testimonials even down on the sidewalk on cloths or My plan Is the one In use In Japan, as tions and scientific medication. Ilitllni W eMlalr I :% I ,
FORGE W. ALLEN, of cures by 11. 1$. B. of Hli-od Poison. No one
a can deny this written signed testimony. One sacks. On-every street corner you ,,:will also some othercitrus-grow Ing countries The Dr. Slocum System of Treatment

man wrote us, "God bless you for so grand a find little handful of sappodillos, a few History sa>s the climate of Japan is (consisting of Four Preparations) is both \1 I Iww..y .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, remedy." a hat of Norfolk, Va., and they raise medicine and food. The medicines used
CANCER, BLEEDING, EATING SORES. lima beans, a few peanuts and other' little ranges there-not AS some are made to : In it allay the cough and lung irritation,

gel West, I. Florida.Will Cancer of nose lip face, ear or neck or breast things, guarded by an old colored believe, because they have acclimatizedthe heal the soreness and subdue the painsin

J.CoJ practice in the United States external or internal cancer, bleeding eating woman; some of them looks to be over orange until It withstands their 'the throat, overcome shortness of
all cured 11.11. It., the most
I nd State Courts. 9jun95 sores blood are purifier made.by powerful hundred old which, by-the- cold-not n bit of It; their oranges will breath improve the appetite and digestion
SEND FOR FREE TRIAL BOTTLE. one years stand no noire' cold than hero. They and bring comfort, rest and refreshing

All druggists cell B.B. B. in large bottles at way, speaks well for the health of succeed by raising a dwarf tree and use sleep, while its food properties Complete Free Court of Treatment Conjlttlnf

RUPH E. SMITH,,M. D. $1\ per bottle. lescril your symptoms and Nassau. their native shrub called "Tilfula are building t n the constitution, enriching of Pour Preparation, Formula ol .
Free medical advice will be given. All correspondence There are a great variety of fish con orange," but It U not an orungo at all; the blond and Infusing the sufferer Dr. Slocum.

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Address\ sacredly plainly BLOOD confidential.BALM CO, 146 sumed here, the most of which lire very does not belong to the citrus family, as with new life and vigor. Write the Doctor. '
Mitchell street, Atlanta, Georgia and sample It Is only of the same genus, and we can No single remedy will accomplish all .
peclalist In Genital, Urinary an Rectal bottle of U. li. B, will be sent. you by return choice eating ilsh. The old Spanishfort bud the orange to it, the same ns the this: but the Four Remedies! embodiedin Simply? write giving your full name,

mail. Is another very Interesting place to pear Is budded to the apple. Their the Dr. Slocum System of Treatment postoflice and express address, to Dr.

Diseases. visit. You have to get a guide with a trees> are small, not over eight or nine will More tl an a quarter of a century T. A. Slooum. [Laboratories 96 and 98

Located at Placide Hotel, underground feet high and are covered "with heavy has been devoted to perfecting this Pine Street New York City, stating that j
the
FRET OF CIIAKGK. torch, to take you through wrapping of straw and matting," In System of Treatment: every Indication you read this article in this paper, when .-

I, ACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. rooms, which are hewed out of early winter and are not taken off until every symptom In Consumption and the FOUR FREE PREPARATIONSwill

on. Any adult suffering from a cold settled the solid rock. There is a date 1706, cold Is over. I ask tho question, why other dl"eR-ell of the Throat and Lungs! be sent you together with free ,
the breast bronchitis throat or lung dan been carefully studied 'Jn the level- advice udnrttrd 'n !
on cut in the stone. I suppose that Is can't we profit by what we find there. vmir cruse
troubles of nature, who will call at Graft this Trlfola Tangerine I
c. II. PEETE any on orange our .
DR. about the time it was built. It is certainly ---------- -
Fred S. Chaffee's drug store, THusville, JalTa, Mediterranean Sweet, Satsuma '

EYE or J. P. Cooper's drug store, Cocoa, Fla., worth a visit. It Is now being and some of the bloods, and thus they do, and! leave this out of the question 1I Choice ,. ,

EAR, NOSE and THROAT. will presented, with a sample bottle ofBoschee's used as a signal station. Another great have dwarf trees. Plant _OO( to tho acre, and look for their private, Individ WlnosLiquors

German Syrup, free of charge. the and raise some crab grass on the same rust r v
attraction for visitors Is sea gardens,
508 As well ask child when ho
Cherry Street, bottle given to and uallaln. a '
one
Only one person land and when time for protectioncomes and Cigars.
none to children without order from which are a few miles east of the city. work enough of it In among the comes homo from school any evening, '
Macon Ga. Guaranteed Pure.vkbold .
parents.No The water is about twenty feet deep, as limbs and about the short trunk, which "How many cents worth of learning did I'

throat or lung remedy ever had clear as chrysUl: and on the bottom you protects the leaves from mildew, then you get today?" Tho good of schooling at reduced ;
such a sale as Uoschee's German Syrupin beautiful draw the tops together with twine and prices i!I
kinds of
i 'rWJI. McL. DANCY, D. D. r. all of the civilized world. Twenty can see all sponge, cannot bo counted In cents, nor the. benefit
parts shells, sea fans, all alive and growing. Its throw a tent over It. It won't require Imported 1
millions of bottles were than the In for of a weighed In pounds like
years ago a most beautiful sight. There are a anything more cover use paper Tokujr Wine,
he I Graduate of Philadelphia' College of given away, and your druggists will tell good many churches in the city, and all hay cocks In the north; If there Is enough beefsteak Who can tell the amount of from Italy,
inrgeon) class you its success was marvelous. It, is be in a conditionand straw used, It will require nothing else done church
1872. Perfect operations seem to prosperous good by any one or oven .
really the only throat and lung remedy to take them safely through cold I
well attended. The work on tbe any
promised. Ilazeltine Block One by a single sermon? It behooves! all John B. Togni
corner Bay generally: endorsed by physicians. hotel being built by Mr. Flagler, is have seen hero In the last fifteen years. ,

Iud Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.firginia 75; cent bottle will cure or prove its value. large progressing: : rapidly, and will be a magilficent There Is a point about it: The tree who live In a community to support the Metropolitan Saloon, 123: East Bay St., J

Sold by dealers in civilized countries. ( house when completed. Mr. J. thus covered from the sun and warm newspaper In their midst on general '

A. McDonald hopes to complete It by air will not leave Its sap In How so earlyas principles and not to regard(\. it with Indifference JACKSONVILLE, FLOJUD'A."holell..le J

If it is not thus protected. These ..... .
the first of January, 1900. selfishness HowIs \ and Ketall.
or opposition
Banyan. ,
Yours very respectfully, covers will last the same as hay covers, "
Homes R. C. C IECII. year after year, If properly taken care of. It with you, reader? and Most Com.
The Largest .
for North Carolina and they do not cost fco much.
J. II. Wyiin leaves JAMES Morr. plete Establishment South

about May 1st. MARCH, APJHL, MAY.

You learn all about-Virginia Lsyids, Several parties have been to the beach VERYDAYHEROISM THE NEWSPAPER. CEO, Sl HACKER & SON,

Its resources, products, mode of cultivation recently-clam gathering.Mrs. These Arc tho Month In Which

Fannie Mathers leaves for her The cannot be classed witha Your Illood.
prices, etc., by reading the newspaper to Purify .

Virginia Fa ncr. Send lOcts. home in Indiana this week. peanut stand, to be patronized or not, This Is the season when your blood Is .

for 3 months subscription to the Miss Clara Otwell rowed over from as though It did not make any difference; loaded with Impurities, accumulated I

Farmer Co., Emporia, Va... Bahia Sunday, to attend Sunday school. Struggling through It Is rather to be classed with the school, during the winter months from close
with
life, cursed catarrh
; confinement, rich food aud other causes
with the
or with some fraternity, or even
Mrs. J. N. Veronee was seriously ill in a common These Impurities must bo driven from

for a few days last week, but is much experienced; How religious societies. It furnishes preach your system or they may breed serious

better ( ever heroic the ing If not from a pulpit, and speeches If disease and cause untold suffering.

Rom now. fight catarrh generally not from a rostrum, and U educative If Hood's Sarsaparllla Is the greatest and
.1 71E We learn that J. W. Merrill is build. -"' wins. not paid for with tax money It Is the best blood purifying medicine it Is possible I

I ing a.wlnd-break of lumber on the west t' I"!\\1.\ Under to obtain. It I Is what the inllllonM
some cheapest and yet one of the strongest take In the ,spring. It will'purify and
+
side of his place.J. \v name or other agencies for good in the community. If enrich your, blood, create an appetite,

1832 Warner, J. A. Booth and B. D. / it gets the best there was no power In a paper for good or tone up your system, and ,give: you \'
attended Sunday of us. Frank E. sound robust health.A MANUFACTURERS OF
of Brantley ,
Jernegan, evil, bad papers would not be prohibitedor

COTTON school here Sunday evening.B. '.S Tex.Ingalls,and, Waco thousands ., suppressed hy law, and moral and uplifting Doors, Sash, Blinds,

J. Ililllard\ W. B. Dorton, T. A. 'Jr d of others papers would not be favored by Kentucky farmer.'noticing a tree on .

SOFT SEINE TWINES Campbell, J. T. Stewart and J. L. Casper have been permanently cured of catarrh special legislation. Because of the ad. his place filled with something that, look. Moulding & Building Material

A PERFECT STURGEON, TWINE. of Tropic, were in Banyan last by Dr. Hartman's successful remedy vantage In disseminating Information on ed like black fruit, Inspected It more
Office & Warerooms. King opposite
is Mr. Ingalls' letter: closely and discovered that hundreds of ,
CABLE CORDS AND MACRAME. week. Pe-ru-na. Here every subject, and spreading the news Cannon Street.Charleston .

E. that different parts of the Dr. S. R. Jlartman Columbus O. to the four quarters of the globe, tbe blackbird were frozen to the limbs.A I
EMORY JOHNSON, OWMU 4 a**.. u- We note SIR _" Pe-ru-na and Ma-a-lin S. C.
to DEAR : curried In the United
is the Ideal place newspapers are ,
MOODUS, CONN. tate and county have cured me of one of the worst cues Frightful Blunder
the orange. And while Merrill's of catarrh one ever had. Mir case States malls for less postage than any
grow any Cord and
horrible burn scald Sash
Will often Weights
ciyise
Island and the eastern "hore'of the Banana wax so severe that I was compelled to other sort of mail matter. cuter bruise. llucklen'* Arnica Halve .

: Rlver.from Nathan to Tropic are discontinue my business, that: of con But some narrow minded people won't the best In the world, will kill the pain, Hardware
00' YEARS"EXPERIENCE railroad but I am now
!
ductor on a ; help to support church, and yet heal It. Cures old
not saying much, they are gatheringthem well." any and promptly sores, I

t all' the time. To any who may entirely Ordinary treatment of catarrh is for would not live among.a people where fever sores, ulcers, bolls, felons, cores, Window and Fancy Glass !

a doubt this assertion, just let them visit local relief. Cures are not expected; there were no churches. They belong all earth skin Only eruptions.25o a box.Best Cure pile cure guaranteed. on- A SPECIALTY.

any point on the island or peninsular Dr. Ilartman'a method eradicates catarrh to no fraternity and yet get' the benefitof Sold by F. S. Chaffee,'druggl.t.Dlrmlng1lam ,

.tTRADE Troplo to Courtenay and Nathan absolutely. Get his latest. book the better state of things brought
from
and doubt no longer. Very little, if any and learn bow to combat this insidious. about by social and fraternal organiza- Ea g., rural out every Palmetto. DrugStore, Daytoua.

MARKS land for sale, yet we know of one, fine dla. .aM>. The Pe-ru-na, Medicine. Co., tions. They do not appreciate the (general week 300,000,0ft O cut nails, 100,000,000 Drug, medicine,chemicals,floe toilet
mall Dr. It art man's
DI'IH.Co""IG""S. had; The trees are Columbus, 0., will benefit of a newspaper ID the com and
that can be buttons, 4,000 miles of wire of different soaps, brushes combs, perfumery
*C. grove twelve old aDd. will\ book free on application. If buy a pound of beefsteak articles In variety
they toilet
years munity. great
to fancy
A.rone
nnding a ikrteb and dMcrlptlnn ni-J from one sizes, five tons hairpins, COO (too of
"I.ilLmcrull> whether &II and 10 cent on tbe In. H. A. Scott, Hurt, Tenn., writes: their M. HusTOjr
'''. )nuprolsW, oar opinion ruble.-Cumr. "...... payexpenses per they see what they get for. nuts and 20,000 pairs of spectacles. propr.
thankful to Maker
the first year. feel
t"nrtctl'"aadeatlaL U..lxllOk 011 Pst.tdg vestment I very my
twentyfivecents
when If
lent:fl'M, Old.*aw-nor for p..urlagpat4ot.. our great. medicine that 1 am money, they pay '
L3nli 2JU'' oueq taken/ through:! MIDD CUrecl lYe which Is hung a cure I, wouldl not be without Per for a subscription or an advertisement IT NKVEit olEfTa. That Is one of Mrs. ,'. E. Smith, View Oa., writes;

Pekinbas a tower In fifteenth century ru-na In the housev"Feruna It Is not so easy to see the benefit tbe peculiarities of Hood' Sar parllla. Have'' used Dr. M, A. Simmons. Liver
fltncricaiu the
Scientific large bell cast In scrofula salt rheum humors Medicine for with better result
It
has been curing: catarrh for In pounds or cents. Ib fact it is a quest cures \ yean
\ another toibenbeaten tomaeh and kldoey troubles nervous than I received from any other medicine
IIU1dlOtllel' drIeoIa&1ott tendeedd
01 ...IlhaItrMe4 we.lht, r.naeM.tJ .. dram which Is Incase tortl1ean. It plucks out the root Uon of "Hera Is one, where the other?" ness. for dyspepsia and loss of appetite. It I.i

M 'N/e.r awnthsnoeleUoW byresIIall a.Tw.d. a great danger should threaten these the of catarrh and'boUda people up. AU They have no faith In newspapers.They Hood's Pills cure all Ills. Easy to milder and doe IU work better'than

{ p Co."i*""". New Yorkat city No one Is allowed to enter druggists sell it do not believe In the public good take, easy to operate; reliable, sure. 25c. Black Draught and Zeilin's I used.
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH, 31, 1899.

I; t w -... .- r _.._. M fc.

+ INDIAN RIYER ADVOCATE, '- give an impetus to orange culture,

and Is a dawning of a new era of Indian Rive Real Estate
proeperity upon our people. With Ageing
r J.WBBKLT JOURNAL DEVOTED TO TUB DEVELop.an DAIilNO
j1II4 Or THB 1HDUS BIVIR, LAKE our orange groves again loaded
WORTH AND 81SO.A.TilE BAT IBOTIOMS. with the golden fruit, there will be TITUSVILLE FLA.YOU

14 sl money,in the coffers, work-for the POWDER .
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. laborer, and the removal of the

?I fear of freezes, will restore the con- ABSOWTELY PRE would do well If you have property.to sell and want It advertised I 1
+ c...*nl H. WALToN, Editor & Proprietor... fidence of capitalists in our state, paper, free of cost to you, and put In the hands of live men, to- write at onn th J;:
rr and investments will be made in Makes the food more delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public *
,$ Discontinuance of adrts must be made personally By Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency why ,I
real estate and times At.IA"O rowers eo.,"t Vo.a.lv. B c|
,,,jj at this office or by writing. prosperous yours
wp will again be with us. In his late_ PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10.00.
invention McFarland becomes ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.00
I Addrei all communication to a i per acre.
benefactor and deserves the thanksof Bruner, Miss Kate Clark, Miss Bessie I rainfall. The only,boat that kept on to Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, Carter and Mill Julia Heckmaster went the finish was Commodore Kobbins'. of BJ
Gal'Je; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price, 1000.
I TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. the people,of Florida. In sailboat to Oceanus to give two of the Flirt. The race, however, was declared '- ORANGE GROVE, 14 ages, 50 miles soutjl of Titusville. Will pay $1 ooo iv'
the young ladles a last look at the ocean off. year md $2,000 next. Price, $7,000. w"I

i" Check,etc.,way be made payable to CHABLM MR. FLOHIAN A. MANN'B "Storyof for a time at least. They returned the On Friday night there was a meeting HAMMOCK: : LANDS, near Titusville, from $3 to $25 per acre.
!: H. WALTON,publisher and proprietor same day, a very much sunburned, but of citizens One hundred and elxty.acres'lake front, 2} miles west of Titusville fJ
the and resolution
the Huguenots has been armory, a good
received j illy patty, and reported a grand, good '
pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $550.00.
at the ADVOCATE office. It time. was passed ,to bond the town for ,
' f' 17. S. Department of Agriculture ,_ ."' L. sufficient money to recall all the present .
is a "niBioncai or me six* :: -
story outstanding indebtedness as funds can
,I Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. teenth century," and the graphic Daytona. be obtained at a lower rate of interest :r AIvdE: : :$; :SO-C-eS

manner in which this fluent writer __ __ than the corporation is now paying. \ ,
s The following is a comparative statement pictures the early settlement of
c of temperature and rainfall for the The Sweetheart, C. G. Burgoyne's Grain Feed Flour Meal
our beloved Florida makes it Hay Grits
week ending Tuesday, Mar. 28, 18W. extremely yacht, got home on Sunday from her Eldora. n
interesting to history cruise the Florida .
.1800-- -1808- every among Key I
r, DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. lover. The Huguenots were stur- The Mozart trio gave concert the J. P. Turner, ,of New Smyrna, paid Cotton Seed Heal New Garden Seed
Eldora short call arriving Fees
22 77 '60 77 712'J dy 'renchmen-tbe a Saturday.
most thrifty i Opera house, Tuesday night, a portion
.4 8t 64 78 (GO Miss Edith Mitchell, of New Smyrna,
mechanics and tradesmen of the of the proceeds going to the public park
'
24 76 63; 79 67 : Is! expected to visit friends here next all the time
,, 25 78. 09 78 08 kingdom, and because of their ex. fund.Work week. *
of 26 88 64 78 73 Ile France, today, is weaker as a has begun) on the new Conrad
fs down for few Agent for Gray Mineral Ash kills all kinds of Insects
Harmless
Moeller a days, ;
store The walls will be man
27 81 63 77 69 The buildings. of or
1 nation. landing of oM Poncede
beast. Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and
Moulton' for
Mrs. J. Agent Write
and looking after orange poultry. forquotationi,
r 28 82 70 70 05; stone the roof of metal, the dimensions -
Leon who these shores Lowest cash '
Total rainfall for the week: .01 Inches ,the came to of the store room being 25x100 ft. I j i I grove. prices.
r ,1:I Departure from normal rainfall for the seeking fountain of perpetual Dr. Atwood had a painful accident'I Dolf Sheldon was down from New Office: 124 W Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
week: plus 0.48 Inches. DepartQre youth ; the battles with ,the savage last Friday. Another cyclist collided Smyrna, buying several colonies of Italian ....
from normal rainfall since January 1, Indians, the bloody story of Span- with'him, and the doctor was thrown bees from our citizens, last week.

plus 1,73 Inches. ish cruelty in the Melendez massa- from his wheel. lIe Is out again, visiting i Mrs. S. P. Walsh has been very ill the CHAS. N. WELSHANS

J. W. CBONK, Observer. cre, together with other hardships his patients. past week, much to the regret of her ,

"fi ------- --- endured by these pioneer French Eilckson\ our cabinet maker, has finished friends. We hope to see her up and
Ii! a beautiful cabinet for Dr. Beek- about again soon.
settlers are interestingly narrated.
, THE recent Interchange of correspondence The volume contains mrtu's office. The doctor designed the P. W. Roberts had a narrow escape CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
altogether ,
,
,Il f' between William J. carving and Miss Helen Beekman the from capsizing Col. Degrauw's sail boat ,,
I about 200 and is well worth
Bryan and Perry Belmont which pages cabinet itself. It l is Intended as a lecep- last week in the lagoon, caused by a
occurred over Mr. Bryan's refusal the price of 50 cents. Mann and tlcle for the doctor's dental outfit. heavy squall. ** HAIR AND LATH. *#

"h'I f;" I to attend the Belmont banquet,' is Mann, St.) Augustine, are publish Dr. Wallace, one of our old landmarks, ,Arthur Wilkinson and wife, who have

' interesting. Even those who do ere is making arrangements; to move his been spending the winter with their par- State Agent,. & M. Paints and Oils. ,
to Ormond where his wife's relatives '
family
ents here, expect to return to Hawks' '
J not agree with the Nebraska orator 'are living. lie has disposed of his Park April t. Old 'Phone 8.' jut} 13 Hogan Street
confess that he has the courage'of Malabar. house/ on Beach street, and has also resigned a ,
"J E. C. Day, Hubert and Lawson Magru- .
his commission us justice of the JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
convictions, and i Ia'ever ready i for this district. der and G. B. Cooper, of Oak Hill, were
"l ,: to,defend them with that phenome J. F.. Chase, of Bay View, went up to peace over and took dinner with P. M. Roberts !
Melbourne, Tuesday! The squall on Thursday afternoon
t .,a nal eloquence which charmed and Sunday.

f thrilled the souls of millions of his Misses Wllllette Forest and Deatl'lceFarl.y especially made the yacht to Tim race Collins quite and interesting crew when Quite party from Port Orange was ; ;;o a A FAMILY JAUNT

,t countrymen during ,the memorable were In Melbourne Saturday.Ned the Mischief capsized. The Alma gave down, flshihing off Turtle Mound, a few O In one of our canopy top phaetons or surreys
I campaign of 1896; Miller' and Albert Carroll were up her chances and went promptly to days this week, and. succeeded in catchIng can be enjoyed for any length of time
Melbourne visitors Tuesday. the rescue of the ship-wrecked mariners. several large bass and trout and six without weariness. You can get more
Several boats their sails and hundred clams. Eldora is noted for its solid
comfort in
dropped
in
i Misses Jennie Miller Laura Jorgensen one than any other vehicle
.
THE assembling the :Florida Queenie Latham and Messrs. Smith, crawled under them to dodge the big fine clam, oyster and shrimp beds.Wall rtw' on the market. For the horseman

,'i Legislature in Tallahassee next Christensen and Wells, of Grant attended 1' + G IIG that loves speed, a runabout or as light as
the closing exercises' of ;Malabar can be constructed, well-made and strong,
Tuesday, and the contest that will I school Tuesday evening. ? \' he will find here at bedrock prices.
1699 1222 J
be waged later for United States Papers -
Herbert Conkling, who l Is attending s 1 P. E. McMURRAY & BAKER,
I senator, will be watched ,with Interest school
,1 at Kimberlin Heights, Tenn., has
by the people. It is hoped. been quite sick of typhoid malat ia. Manufacturers Now Ready.Rangpur Main & Church .,
that the contest will be of short Mrs. of .Agent Samples JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
{ Conkling, Melbourne, and Mr.
duration and waged in a friendly and Mrs. Minor, of Tillman, were among nT- State Agents for Sterling Bicycles.
s spirit. The people, are taxed to those who attended the closing exercises Carpet. Ajute Carpet in matting .:t._.,h'b...c J ..L. ... .. '
1 i pay our legislators and the time of the,Malabar school. ..

I should be devoted to briefly revis Mrs! D. E. Miller and family, of Bay patterns. Moth proof and cheap. ,

t ing the laws that are now on the View, will leave in a few days. for their '

''u'. statute books, and the enactment fortune home In go Liverpool with them., N. Y. May all good FURNITURE STORE, The Belvedere.l Opposite Postoffice.

of new ones that will prove' beneficial TITUSVILLE, FLA, '
The public school term closed here
the state at large. Let the on
vto
: \t I 1' Tuesday. The teacher, Miss Kindrick, Imported and Domestic
"pet measures" go and spend the wishes -to thank each patron of the ESTABLISHED 1852.: '
time in revising' and codifying the school for the kindness shown her, and
3T" Oldest 'Fruit and Produce Commission House in Chicago. -4JJ) WINES
for the
welcome
laws already enacted. in every hearty home. she has received LIQDOBS and CIGARS,

.
Albert Carroll and ,Miss 'Carroll will
+ TilE vigorous manner in which start Thursdaymorning for Miami to T D. RANDALL &: CO. Wine Rooms for gentlemen only. Merchants Lunch Room, *12 to 2.tO: p. m,

I'4 Mr. J. Tolliaferro, who is a'candidate join their father who is located there. 25cts. Steaks, chops, game and oysters in season served after 12 noon.
for United States Senator, Miss Kindrick will accompany them as
1 far as Palm Beach. The cruise will be H W. METCALF,
refutes : JsSJO:
the charges brought against coMZvt: -
made in the yacht Marie, visiting pointsof Jacksonville, Fla.eT .
; l his in relation
democracy to his
interest on the
way
views on the silver question Early Vegetables Melons Fruits and Southern Produce
was to
d Tuesday evening, Malabar public ,
the point and showed sound sense tchou) held its closing exercises in the eT
i '44 and good judgment, which is one : school building. The house was crowd. Pl.n..onpp1.os: 'n Spec 1: L1ty.; CHESEBRO BROTHERS *\

of his chief characteristics. Without ed with patrons and friends, who ap- Give as reference: The Merchants' National Bank of Chicago; Southern Express ,
!' further preclateo greatly the remarkably fine Co.; Florida shippers on application. Also state remittances made in New
any attempt to any can.didato's programme prepared by the teacher, York Exchange, or express money orders on which there,is no exchange. -'WHOLESALE _
cause, the ADVOCATE believes Mias Phebe Klndrick. Songs, recitations
j' 1 in fairness, and'Mr. 'b iba4r1' violin and organ rausio took a
; ferro was certainly entitled to his ]prominent part, but the most taking COMMISSON FISH JEALEKS,
things wore the two dialogues, "T.iking
k personal the
opinion on financial
the train to Mauro" and "First day of THE MAPES Season 189899.They .

question previous to the National the District) School.", 'fhe''children No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market
New York.
Democratic convention 'of 1800.! covered themselves with glory and show- have been the Stan- ,

;' When the representatives of the bestowed ed the
party met. and formulated a platform the term. Miss KIndick is a noble I in Florida.. Snappers, KIngfish, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks.
years
1i Mr. Tolliaferro says he ac. young lady who has greatly endeared Stencils promptly.supplied. References furnished If desired
cepted it and,voted for its nominees herself to, the hearts of both old and : : : .4 -.I

as nil good democrats did. young. ,
No more could be asked or expected CLARENCE B. MILLEH. MILLER LOXGBOTHAM.
democrat in the ,; Established 1841.
r ofany organi Georgiana. -"';.

: zation. -. My Fertilizers Are as good''as Mare '
B.
Miss Hesslfl Carter- -, Btnrtafl- -- --- WfldnflRdn.v.. ---_..... S. MILLER ft: CO.
'I for her homo in,Dead wood, South Dat.kota.
I TUE presence of Mormon elders They all qUOte MapeS As the' Standard, of Excellence. ,
'
in Florida has fired the state press Mrs. Tlieda Hall went up to Titusville The MapeS put ,the money In the pockets 'of the' growers. WHOLESALEr-

-i t1 with ft discussion of the religions Monday on business, returning same COMMISSION FISH DEALERS
;' and beliefs of mankind, and the day. Vegetables, Strawberries, Orange and other Fruit Trees ,
ethics of polygamy. The ADVOCATE "Uncle Hughle" takes a basket of No. 7 Fulton Fish Market, New York.

; has neither time nor space to enter "hen fruit" to Kocklodge to some of the Pineapples, Bananas Tobacco, etc.
:II the discussion but without hotels every Saturday. What Special attention given to the sale of Pompano, Spanish
Want
condemning
.yOU Are Results, Results, Results, Results. I have been Mackerel
"I'; or condoning' the Mor. A. B. Carter and daughter, Miss Lillie, Blue Fish, etc. '
, : 1 mon religion, it will briefly remark were passengers on the t/ourtenay to the Mapes Ascent Florida over Twenty Years. REFERENCES-Fulton: and Market National Bank, or any Wholesale Fish dealerin
: Cocoa on Monday. the United States. '
t1r that the kind of religion needed in I have SOld Millions of Dollars worth of their: gods to Thousands of nr- Stencils furnished on application.HAMMOND .

the world today is the religion that Saturday Chas. shoo came hands up all from around Grant andreturned Consumers all over the State. Of all these thousands not one single con. -

makes people pay their debts ; the home Sunday. Burner has found fault with\ the Quality of these Goods. ,

t between religion that makes no distinction Miss Kate Clark, Mrs. Bruner and The best yields.' The best keeping qualities. PACKING CO.
wealth and poverty; the : Miss Beth passed (Formerly The G.
\ a very pleasant day at H. Hammond Co.)
13j religion,that makes people honest the hospitable home of Mr, and Mrs. The most reliable in drouths. OUR SPECIALTIES
4 and upright; the religion that Baldwin last Tuesday. :f
the best in
Always prices all the markets. "
i makes men manly and women 1. Yesey Hall and Ed Adams went to i "Coin Special"! hams and breakfast bacon
the Oceanus Saturday and rode their wheelsup t r Com
I womanly; religion that is a Read the following. It covers all these points : Special" canned meats.
the beach to the lighthouse
. .+ part emplified of people's in kind every deeds day, loving life,acts ex. Canaveral, returning the same day.A. at. Cape "ORANGE PARK, FLA., August 27th, 1898. "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.

and cheering words. This is the B. Carter and Wife, Misses Bessie "MR. J; R. TYSEN, Agent Mapes Co., Jacksonville, Fla: "Calumet" leaf lard.
religion the ADVOCATE and LIllie Carter and Mr. Fitch made a "Dear Sir:-I have been raising vegetables for the Jacksonville market many Homemade pure lard. .
commends pleasant trip to the Hall orange grove years with indifferent success. You have often tried to induce me to use
to its state contemporaries. over on the beach strip of land last Mapes Manures, but I could never bring myself to It, as I always thought they "Peerless" compound lard, sausagesand
Friday. cost too much. This year I concluded to Vise them, and it has been a lesson tome all Packing House Products. Florida Branch FLA.
; JACKSONVILLE
I "Mother I had most excellent crops: notwithstanding the drouth and stuff ,
THE practicability of McFar- Hall" was visiting Mrs. Ills. my ,
baa always sold at once at the highest market I
cock price. was especially fortuneate
; on Monday. While there she was
lantent\
protection was clearly taken quite sick. Dr Chambers and on watermelons. My crop was all large and clrolce. Customers were wait WILLIAM
demonstrated at the Farmers' In. his daughter, Mrs. Fish, were sent for. ing for me every trip to the city, and I realized more than twice the prices my CLARKE, Sanitary Plumber,
etitute in Cocoa yesterday ThaI She is much Improved at this writing. neighbors did, and always sold my boatload at once. I got twelve to eighteen

I ease and speediness with which an Miss Kate Clark's school closed last cents ten cents for .mine and I when am sure the slip I shall was profit full of hereafter boatloads by offering my experience them at this from year five to I Fine Gas Fixtures Plumber and Gas Fitter Roofing Sheet

orange grove can be protected from Friday. Mr. Klngman took the girls had splendid success, also, with Irish potatoes. ,
t a blizzard, with his aparatus, con.. and Mr Peck the boys In their launchesfor "Very Truly Yours, J. L. MOORE. Iron work and drain
clos
.1' I vinces the a cruise on the river, much to the pumps pipe bath tubs water
most
skeptical of its "'
to for with ,
delight Q( the little folks. Miss Clark W Write me Pamphlets full particulars, price, analysis, and tes ,
success How much this means to left Thursday for her home near Zllwas- timonial that will'., Interest' you. A full stock always on hand. ets and Wash Stands, Copper wssels of all descriptions re-tiimei

the orange industry of Florida, nee College, Tennessee. J., :TYSmN: geu.t,

cannot be fully realized. It will ,Monday, A. L. Bruner and family, >J. 'h' ,. ,' .t., ,Jao1l.sonV'i.11o: F1a. t : 37 Forsyth St., near Laura St.,

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Miami. Their idea is that by covering now, they

C ''I greatly will Increase and also the prevent size cf their sunburn fruit as very the

Royal Palm WM 1 close on Monagemeat acro and quarter they are covering has .FERTILIZERS.I -J
iJotel
successful season under the fully eighty per cent of a crop In bloom.
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of Henry W. Merrill. who It Is universally conceded that they have .

himself off to the White already under cover the finest pines on .
gins:p for the summer. the East Coast Their place has for sev- II

6i Rtllly, brother of Mayor Reilly, eral they years seem attracted to know bow general attention, as SPECIAL: : ,
ova oj lames frolD. the stern of Frank pines at all times.Arcbdepcon to have the best I PRICES rn .

J 1dge i launch, Thursday afternoon, .
: .
'HCE drowned before help could reach Brown was advertised to : TO.Pineapple Vii
41 dose by. He wan one of a preach In our Town Hall on last Sunday ; .
though ;
!'. ?n8l8tlDof) Messrs. John Rellly, evening, but for some reason he did not H
brother, K- M. Smith and' Frank appear, although he was ID the neigh :e Gro""VVers. IIi i iH
borhood and ..
'dge owner of the launch. cruise a large audience had gath .
S .liton a fishing and pleasure ered to greet him. In the past we have ,
thiiIfo lI vicinity of Cape Florida and hadshed had to climb the steep and tiresome hill r.l
the the vicinity of beacon No., fl, to the school house to attend service, .4.11 Around. For11.11.mor.; '

the enterance to the canal. Mr. consequently small congregations was Price $26.00.GUARANTEED YP- Before buying) the following Materials be sure and apply to : 1
I Ir 'left with the body the result. Now that we have the Town .
: Idl"[ morning for New Haven, Conn. Hall, and as It has been tendered free ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money.
turday
Saturday morning the Rlverview for the use of all religious services, we Moisture....................................:...' ........ ........ .......... ...... ft to 10 STEAMED BONE RAW BONE .', .
Early! are desirous of having It used for .that Ammonia ............... ......... .... ................... 6 to 6 ,
pal: !, at the terminal station, kept by purpose.. We do not claim to be 8[ 1 ualto8ulphatentAmmnnli........................? ...............'r.sotozb BLOOD AND ,
BONE
and Irs.| Conolly, was burned to the ularly partie- Available Phonphorio' Aold.. .,............................................ 5 to A ACID PHOSPHATE, I
the of Fred Rut- a church-going people, but we Equal to none rhonphateof Lime............................................... It to 13 1 '
land. Also have made It possible for service to be }'otahK2O....................... ............................................. S to 6Kqual DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA, ;
r; grocery storecottage of Mr. Turnagei held conveniently and comfortably in to Sutphat*of PotMh.......,........... .......,...................., 9 to 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA(
small buildings. Noth- ... .... .. TOBACCO STEMS, e
IIIPee Several other our little burg, and showed our appreci- 8 MagneMa,Lime,Soda, etc .u..u..uu.n V .. U to 60 E-Jt ;

gprielorvaodrg ests the barely Riverview securing, the ation of an expected service by turning C2T": Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, f

lost considerable out en mass to attend. No excuse was COTTON SEED HULL ASHES: KAINIT AND POTASHES.: '
Several
eir clothes. under their pillows given for the disappointment. Perhaps 55T" Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0. r '
which was ,
It
oner, was concluded that did
we not need
H prices.
it t having time to find it In the smoked it ? : :,'
d Turnage's grocery was a cornets -
loss with a small Insurance. There Several parties have been through ,Please Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for :"
no insurance on any of the other here during the past week laboring under -
n 10DI.Isurl crl coed? buildings.\ The cause of the fire the impression that we were so badly H Pamphlet. I.LJ J
unknown. Through the efforts of the frozen out that we would be trying to '

If persons there and the railway em- give property away. They were very LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER &: PHOSPHATE CO
A. ,ijes the terminal station was saved. much surprised to find that there was ,, III
no one running after them to sacrifice .
s.
their places. The fact Is, that the fields Tackson.vi11o
Palm Beach. are looking so much better than it was ., Florida: .

at first thought, that there is little Inclination .
to sell, except by those who
Geo. A. Farnham, of Savannah, Ga., had nothing to sell before the freeze. Melbourne. the finishing) touches to the school and party leave this week for New York, day morning at 11 o'clock. The ceremony ',E i
:ai a visitor I at the Foinciana last Sat- There are very few but what have a good house. much pleased with their winter's cruise. I I was performed by Rev. W. A.. '

ER I rfay. living in their fields even now, for this I Chris. Houston, wife and two children, Lowder. The bridal party returned to.

J. C. Salter, Mr. Fla ler's private sectary year, while many will make good money.A GOODE &: OOODE.-Real Estate and Loans. of Eau Gallic, visited Bovine on Sunday.We Sebastian. Miami Sunday night, where they will
has gone to Nassau for a stay of living is practically all that farmersare Agent for /Ktna, London and Liverpool and make their future home. Many threw
making, not only Florida but elsewhere Globe and Imperial Fire In urance. Special, noticed Mr. and Mrs. Wingate and showers of blessings: on them as they entered
few days. ; so what is the sense of selling at attention dents. paid to the Interest of non rest- daughter, also Stella Dukes, on the ridge We are glad td-note that the INDIAN the cars, and wo all wish them a.> .

Speaker T. B. Reed and Miss Reed a sacrifice property that, under the most last Sunday HIVKU ADVOCATE Is proving the most happy and lrolperotlllllfe. ::1 1

*Dt from Friday until Monday at the averse circumstances, gives a good living WHEN YOU GO TO MELBOURNE call at the We are sorry to hear that Bethel popular paper of the statq.
>pal Poinciana. and, with everything favorable, a Itazaar, Mrs. Chan J. F. Campbell Co., Millinery Stewart has been on the sick list for the ROBERT SMITH'S (Philadelphia) Indian"
rent, Fred C. King, the genial room clerk ofe great deal more ? We would like for Notions Dry Goods, Ladies ready. past week. We hear some talk of the work on the Pule Ale, 2 lctl. per bottle, at Crabb's,.. :
Ferris' Renowned S. A C. F.
made and woven Underwear Railway commencing soon.
some one to answer that .
Royal Poinciana, has gone on a short question.NO Cornet, etc., embroidery and colored silks, 'Gene Stewart and 'Gene KInlard went We' hope It Is something) more than Cocoa.
lit to Nassau. souvenir ,Stationery,etc.
spoons south as far as Sebastian, on a cow hunt, hearsay
Mr.and Mrs. J. O. Walton and Claude POISON, but Webb's Pure Alcohol, the first of this week.
of Titusville after at Crabb's, Cocoa, Fla. 'MELBOURNE, FLA., The candy pulling given at the residence TRY BUG DEATH
alton, spending.a HOTEL RIVERSIDE Randolph Livingston, of Bahia, has of Rev. Garner last Friday nightwas
overlooking Indian River: homelike accom
Palm Beach left for Miami.
at I
|eir days modatinnsandgood boar Rates ,1JSO per been spending several days here this very much enjoyed by the many Invited -
Bradley Brothers have decided to keepe day or $6.00 to $7.00pe r week accordlnK: to week. guests. a
LaGrange.Orange location of rate' to River
imel room. Special ON GROWING
I Beach Club open as long as the Poin- { people. CIIAS.T.)ICnRllJE.l'roprletor., Our gardeners are beginning to Bend r .

tore velnan ::ana remains opens. @ As an advertising medium, no their produce north already, and In ii YEGETATIOK-

I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wilson, of Kissim- trees and crops are looking paper on the East Coast can beat the week or ten days, It will bo going up by
the Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, ADVOCATE. Give us a trial advt., I the ca -load. -
as nee, were at Poinciana for a couple fine. @
'*,>g, if I days the first of the week the pink paper of the East Coast, will be and worth.be convinced of the pink paper'. We are having some unusual dry An Insecticide OOt1\. ,
"Uncle Shad" preached at Daytona received at the Melbourne Postofllce. I
Senator McMillan and family and Sena- Sunday last."Uncle weather now, and wo would like to stoo It 4 D E Plant Food ;
Allison, have gone northwards. They broken by an unusual wet one just at T
Tom" Johnson has the finest
ere much charmed with Palm Beach. Thomas Chaffee baa lust built an addition Eau Gallie. present. Combined.._
home garden in town. ... .. ... ..
.. .. .. .
Editor C. H. Walton, of the Titusville ;' to his handsome home on the Our city Is gradually building up.Mr. Po PM M.O: +.NMw ,.to..'..
LA. \DTOCATE, was a guest of the Royal Hogs or no hogs seems to be the leading bluff. Mrs. G. J. Unities, of Patterson, N. J., J. A. Hudson is building quite n ADVANTAGES OF USE:

Poinclana, from Saturday until Monday.Mr. excitement at present. Ca Sam Martin has launched his after a short visit! at Hotel Otl&nadleft: number of nice cottages for rent People
want to move In and they can't a Easy to apply, wind does not blow It'olT
boat get
Robert Singleton has four acres of fine and she now Moats on the water Monday, for Palm Beach.
and Mrs. J. E. Ingraham and Mrs. new vacant house. and rain will not wash it off Prevents -
I.n. Spades, who have been here for a beans, which will be ready to ship soon. like a swan. Capt. Bob JUardee was In town Friday blight Non-poisonous and will!

ouple of days, have returned to St "Uncle Shad" left Wednesday for Savannah Prof. Earl Adams and mother were last, calling on his numerous friends, A small party from this place attended not Injure anything. except Insect life;;:
\ugustine, Ga., to attend the Baptist con- the guests of Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Goode who were all glad to see him. a dance at Grant, given by Messrs. tin excellent plant food, and will Increase

Miss Alice Walton, of Pittsburg, holds vention. last Wednesday. The Ladles' Aid Society of St. Johns Smith went up and In Wells the yacht, last Evelyn week. with The Capt.party growth tottttinonlals of crop.from Send those for who circulars have used and

the ladies' record for the Palm Beach Bob Chaudoin thinks if the shell was Mr. Bowden has just received 1blK are preparing an Easter celebration Cozart the wheel. Everyone enjoyed It. Try it-It will do all claim.
;of! course this year. Miss Walton wide enough and a bike had three wheels, lot of wire, with which he, intends to. which will be given Easter week. themselves very much, Indeed. DANFOKTH CHEMICAL we Co.
ado the round of the nine holes in 4\\). he could ride. ,
fence in his grove. Hon II. L. Parker, Our newly elected( The marriage of Miss Pearl Kennedy, Or Leomlnster, Massu\

Congressman( Amos J. Cummings and The Misses Hall, of Titusville, spent Charlie Oslin Invited about twenty of representative, made Eau Gallie a short of this place, to Mr. Fred Rogue, of Miami R..J. Martlnny, Gen'l Agt., \.,
*ire, of New York, were guests at the Saturday and Sunday with Miss Janie his friends to take a moonlight sail to visit Saturday, on his way to the state took place at the M. E. Church Sun Jacksonville Fla.Insecticides 'I

P-oyal; 1 Poinciana over Sunday. Mr. Cum- Johnson. Melbourne Beach, laf>t Tuesday evening.Mrs. capital.II. I .
,
IUlsls the .
JIIn. 'ofIhe( New York congressional Sun. correspondent Jerome Feaster has a fine watermelon Kittering and little son, also Miss D. Johnson has returned ifrom a -
patch, but says he thinks T. A. Johnson Mary McPherson, all of Chicago, are trip to Miami and Havana, and Is againat
, Mr. and Mrs. George II., ''Fisk and a is a little ahead of anybody else. now pleasant guests of Hotel Carleton. his old quarters, looking as though he I r and Powder Guns.
'any of friends have been stopping at had enjoyed his trip .
he Royal Poinciana Bert Johnson says ho thinks of start.ing Lawn tennis parties meet dally to enjoy
Mr. Fisk \\-a for several days. a bike shop, as there are several that delightful sport on the pretty Mrs.. 1'. A. McMillan and daughters, of .. --
; one of the most wealthy and
imminent citizens of Plainfield, N. J. our boys learning to ride, and the shell and well-kept lawns of Mayor J.- T. Hogg Banyan, are visiting \he family of Capt. Read the following from Mr. Brown, so well known on the East Coast :
road in front of the postoffice looks live- and F. C. Irwln. Houston this week, arriving In time to ,
The Mexico, a Spanish steamer, boundor ly every moon-light night attend the show Monday night." "Hvi'oujxo, FLA., Nov. 18, 1808.
t h Mr. and Mrs. John W; McCarty left "MR. 0. It. TYSEN,
Havana passed here and
Sunday Mrs. Albert Bennett Is expected borne
here for their New York home last Monday -
ialuted the IIJ ACuloNvrr.r.lC FliA:
:
pier. The General.Whitney, ,
this week from her to Rochester
'i I the Morgan Line and a small tramp -Please mention the ADVOCATE when and'e hope. to see them return N..Y., where she went trip to visit her stepdaughter -, "Dear Sir: -I have/ boon using the Laurel Green I ,got: from you this season

k teamer, both southbound, also passed writing advertisers. next season who was seriously ill but is on three acres of Leans, and never saw anything to equal It, There Is not a worn
uDd y. Robert Brush has returned from his recovering nicely. to bo soon. Put on with powder gun. I find land plaster Is not required. It ft*
anti{
The Ward visit to Havana. lIe says he enjoyed the \ acting well on tomatoes eggplants. J. BROWN."

I .l o ton, which Line achieved steamer distinction City of Wash-by Lotus. trip winters very Melbourne.much, but prefers. spending his potted Mrs. next Friend week, of Pntteison on a visit, N. J.to, Is Mrs ex, Wrltn to mo (Chess It. TyHcii, JuckNoiivlllo) for imiunlilutH matt,

wing In the quotation
harbor at Havana when the Thomas Barbour at Walden cottage.
name was destroyed, a little more than J. M. Eonls Is visiting at LaGrange Dr. Hassler and wife, Mrs. Cotton and Mrs. Baibour has always a pleasant .-. --- _._-
year ago, passed here bound Mr. Davis who have been the, guests of
Sunday. T. G. Ronald spent Monday in Georgi- guest or two at her hospitable home.
from
New York for time left last
to Havana. Mrs. Carter some .past, M.
ana. Mrs. C. J. F. and Frazier WTSOKER-
Miss Monday for Daytona.The Campbell son, -
Lizzie Clark, of New York, who Green spent several hours In of Melbourne, were visiting friends ..
Mrs.
ed N been here all winter, left on Ladies' Guild will give on enter- here last Friday, bringing their wheels
MANUFACTURER OF
[Monday night for Now York, where she Cocoa Tuesday. tainment on Friday evening, April 7th, with them. Little Frazier has one of -
n to make a visit of some length before Stanley Jones, of Titusville, was here and hope to see a full house. All who the smallest wheels made, and rides It

pins' home When she came here Miss Monday. attend are sure of a pleasant time. like a professional. Umbrellas and Parasols
'lark was *
ration from suffering which she from has nervous pros- Beans are In full bloom; will begin to Dr. Brown and his friend Lave returned We were treated to a tent show Monday

'I.tP. overed. wholly re- ship in ten days. from their trip south; also from night, which was enjoyed as some-

Winslow Bisbee has received lumberto their visit up the Banana river, and are thing out of the ordinary In these parts, Repairing and Recovering Neatly Done. All work Guaranteed.

MMS' CHAMPAGNE, quarts and i make some repairs on his house. side again the welcome guests of Hotel BJver-I. travelling shows seldom corning our way. Brancht: 311 W. Bay st. 2fl/ Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Their trapez and contortion work was I
Pints, at Crabb's, Cocoa. Mrs. Bigelow spent Sunday .
and
Dr Mr. Byington and family expect to' well worth witnessing. I -- -

afternoon with C. D. Provost.C. leave here soon for their home in New Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Witty, who have Mllllts, Pearl or Cat-tall, 2Sc: per Ib. by mall; 15c express or.

St. Augustine.St. D. Provost went to TJtusVille FrIday York, but will stop at Ormond on their occupied one of the Gilbert cottages; this SEEDS freight. German, best for hay, $:1.10: per bushel. Kafllr Corny

,on business / way north. We hope to have them return winter, leave this week for their home In I white and red, also Jerusalem corn, 20cts. per lb. by mall; JOuUIb -

i Augustine crowded to overflow- C. D. Provost week.spent several days in host here of friends next season In Melbourne, as they have who madea regret Chicago., jovial Mr.people and and Mrs.have Witty made are pleasant manv by express or freight. Sorghum, early orange, 20cti per lb. by mall,..
Jacksonville last Was Ib.
DRltu tourists to see them leave. friends i during their stay here who will express or freight.

J. A E. R. Provost, S. A. Osteen and Dr. The card party and dance, given'at .count on'their return next season. Peanuts, Spanish, $1.60 per bushel. Chufas., $3.50: per bushel.
McGuire
au-and sin' > he did not has returned sea-sick from either.Nas- Bigelow spent Thursday in Cocoa. Hotel Carleton, in honor of Mrs. Frank Next Sunday is Easter and the hens Seed Corn in variety.

Miss get Miss Black, who has spent the winterin Robertson's birthday, was a grand affair, are on double duty, working overtimeto Cow Peas, market prices.
Ethel Love, who has been spend- Lotus, left for her home in New York and about fifty persons were present. furnish a goodly supply of Easter Write for price list.
IDga few days here with Miss' Enslow friends here were Cards were Indulged in until about ten
uae' last week. Her many eggs. A young married man asks that L.
returned her home and to have o'clock when dainty refreshments were CAMERON,, Seedsman, !
In Jacksonville. sorry to see her leave, hope as a special favor we will not mention .
Mrs.( 13' and Miss Ethel Love of her spend next winter with us. served, after which dancing was kept up anything about new bonnets for Easter, 126 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
iackeouville until after midnight. so we won't anything on that sub
who have been visiting -= say _.
ajor -- -- --,--
and Mrs. J. A. Enslow for several jock

aye past, have returned home. Fort Pierce. PURE CALIFORNIA WINE, bought direct School closed last week, Miss J. A, Ea'abUabed me.

The members of the Florida' East of St. George Vineyard, San Fran Ham leaving Thursday for her home at
'Oaet Golf] cisco, at Crabb's, Cocoa. Bartow 'Ia. Supt. Sams visited the
club entertained a large num- Fred Hartstone Is on a few daYlI'visit CHAS. R. TYSEN "
,W erof friends at their! club house on the to Jensen. school a day or two before It closed. ,.
try Club Miss darn has shown herself' be a
I eon last grounds 'Saturday after- Mr. Head and family returned from Roseland. very capable teacher, though the school (Successor to The J. R. Tysen; Co., Established 1878))
Jacksonville last week. here U too small to permit great opportunities i
A Ingraham and wife and Mrs. M. but the ordinary You SAVE GOOD MONEY to
for Titusville and for teaching any can sending me for quotations oo
8 have returned home from W J. Tucker left Mrs. D. Cain has been spending a branches i

heir trip to Dade county. So also has Jacksonville on Tuesday night on busi week at Sebastian. Grain Rice Meal Straw Cotton Seed Hulls and:'
Hay (
ISM Kathleen Ingraham and May Seedling trees are not blooming as Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Thomas who have I""
wr ness.Mrs. been guests of Mrs Barbour, .
Harbin chaperoned atberoceaf fully as budded trees. the of the winter, leave for : '
greater part
Ao picnic on Feed of all Kfnds{
enjoyable] feature of the water young ladies to a Mr. and Mrs. P. Bertelsen, of Micco, their home, Verona, N. Y. this week, ,_ Jl 1
;i Porte In the Casino Saturday night was beach last Saturday. were calling in Roseianc last Sunday. going via Washington and New York 'I
game Of wet golf. Manager Taylor ar. Moore & Merlnge's show stayed here City, at which they will make POULTRY FOODS, Wheat, Cracked Corn, Meat and Bone, Gravel, Cracked l
aDged A. Hardee of Sebastian In
R. was
ground and two to short This has been Mr.. and Bone etc eta
putting
:*Wn' inatteelDg days and gave audiencesncee Ro eland Wednesday, getting signers to stays. I
, I "' pool and compiled a set of large and enthusiastic ;a petition for excluding hogs within a Mrs. Sayres' first season at Kau Gallie WHEAT, RYE, Graham Flour, whole winter wheat Flour, Breakfast Cored,.
s which It will
the not
and their friends
It interesting governing play, Dry weather, vegetation parching.up mile and a balf of the Indian Itlver. be many hope Buckwheat, etc, Grits, Heal and Bacon t .
their last
for the lack of moisture, but 'thel l long This Is a good thing. FERTILIZER CHEMICALS of all kinds. Kalnlt, Phosphate, etc. Tobacco *
C rule rather than ex- of the Steamer Caiman
drought Is the Capt. McCarty, -
Stems Tobacco Dust best Canada Ashes Salt etc.
Jensen. .
which 'U now at New Smyrna, was
ception. beaded I the list Bovine. here Monday night on a chartered launchbe INSECTICIDES. Laurel Green, Paris Green, Blue Stone, London Purple, Flour

Reans are beginning to move again Senator Matt. Quay of one hundred dollars 'Is returning) to West Palm Beach, accompanied Sulphur, Bi-sulphlde of Carbon, Caustic Soda, etc !
contribution
hll. lively from this lactlon. and pricey with for a the erection ol an Episcopal S. F. Gibbs, of Melbourne, drove out derstood that by the C. Caiman J. Young.will It be is takento un- BUILDING MATERIALS. Drlck,.Lime, Cement, Plaster, Fire Brick, Fire. Slabs j

ere" remaining at 31;* Per crate, church at Fort Pierce aD the lot I.given collecting on Sunday Jacksonville this week for repairs, after Hair, Shingles, Lath etc. .

h'e nging splendid returns by A. C. Dittmar W J.tho Tucker churcb and Capt. John Houston, of Eau Oallle, I which sh6 will be brought to Eau I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF CONSUMERS,. ORDERS Will furnish you with/

en, lee are shedding that! the Hardee more pineapples.Bros., of certainly contributions the right man for the place. has been out here this week, patting on Gallie for the summer. Mr. Lorillard freight rates to your place. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


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I the vigorously growing plant will recn-
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{I perate much sooner and will not feel the Florida East Coast Ry. Jacksonville, Tampa

shock nearly BO much. Many growers _

A nowadays withhold their last fertilizing TIME TABU: NO. It, IN EFFECT MARCH 18, 1899. ; Key West R'y.

till danger of frost (Is about over, arguIng -
SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Read UP):
that in case of frost which will cut

mPu, Potash. abort the crop they will not fertilize at No Dally 90 Daily 087 Dally No M IMily oA' 8TA TIONS. l:DallT o h Dally 0&1 DaUT 088 L1 j JOSEPH, H. DURKEE, Receiver.
I emo Ex
all and will save'so much money. Ex. _sn t en Ex en Et ev _
1 p. stop 12up 9805 6OaL.JackllOl1Y1I1.A: ;. 746 ip120On 1305 p 106. SOUTH -NORTH..
porlence of late years with fronts and 90Up 220p108os 815.Ar........ ... t.AutrJUtin..L'f 886 82.1p'1100.'' 806p 706a III Effect Feb 1, '99. ,
ENOUGH of it must be this bad policy s06p ..... 108l 8 Oa :" ............8t. Ancu.tiD..Ar 01l ....,. ...... 700. No.209., No. :n.. No 87 No.23 o.a. No. 38 N. 78. No. 1a
freezes has proven very 1111111... ... ...... ...... a8tln ....... ......L'f 61U .. .. ... ...... .. .. .ITo-i; "iT2iiP 251 Ly..JACK80NVI.U..E..Ar. 130.. m --a p.1 4e II m ...
In fertilizers, If the grower Intends to go completelyout -. .. ... -... J. ..... ..... ., .. ..P.latk..., . .. .,L'f ... .. t186p .

and abandon his field v" ,,, ,,,,,,,,, .. ... ....Ar .. ... ....,, .... .. ........ 14m..i ..... ...
f otherwise failure will surely of the business .H I b03a 2021' l' 09a ...........)tagnol.............. 113am IllIp <8<146 pm "
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& rAr..8..Ma1eo..L'f 4 .. .::: .
.... 609am
A" .result. See that it is there. In case of a frost, it would bo'economy; tif4lp ..P H1i: ;". .. ........8. ) ate'o?... ......... .Ar Tj; ::::7:: .LJ 1210 1M. 308p 2111p 11 U15s.,0reenu'vSpringi.06a ......... ...Palau: ..,...' .... 600..m 2111'1281' 666pm 64dpm. '"

otherwise not. Plants well fertilizedwill .W. I nliia"Tl2aL'f..E! iirPalat1ta..L'fTI8. 000 -...... -...... TIIi .asap ,... u.-. ...8at.nma............ .......... aqua ......... 9 .5 a
a Our books tell all about IiO9p ...... 12fi0p10: It ...,..........Ormond............. 8.7 .18 ...... ..... 4W.1121p. ........ ..n.. ........ ...Pomona............ .. ........ ........ ....... : ::::....
bear larger fruit if any can be pro ....... 1lip1049. ..............Daytona. ........... 8Br. .011 ...... ..: ..1I9aii' ...... ......... ........ .II !505....Cre.centCltyJucton... 864am.., .... 6011pm 12M' '
fertilizer sent make ;; ...... 122 1056. ............Por. Oran.e....... ... 825 ...... ...... $405 213a 34 0, 1209p ............&I'fI1l............ 330am 1240p 4J50pm lla5
are will
They duced.at all, and if not larger; -'' ...... I-v 1l12a ........... New 8tnTJ'nA .......... 804 9'41 p ,...... 606a 2"a ......... 12.28p.DeLeon 8prlDgs....... 246am ........
all farmers suckeisln less time, 'which will bear jfC4a ...... Illp. .... : .............. Oak Hpl ..,......... : 240o1...... .. .. ... .. ..........Olenw od .......... ..... ..... .. 415pm. 1010:
; fro to applying ...... 264p 1200D N ......,,...Tit11rri.lel ....,...... 2 .... :8121828p 601) 8oia .41l1254p ...........J\ere.ford.... I..... 222am 12n2p .3, '
earlier and larger fruit than a field not ...... ...... ............tItyPoin............ 128'i' .: .,., ,.. ... ,... Ar1 Lv .......... 1140a 8 a
i: tor them. ...... 221. ? 725 a. 4401'l 120p ... DeLand ....... ( 3u p m ......
..... 881p 1281p .. .... .........Cocoa .?......,..... I ...... ( .t. Ar .. ...
122pLv
manured or one manured only after the & ,..... 845,1245p .............Roclrted.. ........... 106 24.. 820. >3ITa ...330p..... 1 02p ...;..Orange City Juno....... 210.am..1220p. 416pm ? '
frost has cat it back. ...... ...... : ......... ....Ean Ostlfe...,....... 1224 187 ...... ..T08.. a .. ... ........ ti tot'prise.......... .......... ........ 89pmtBp.
tC C3RMAN KAU WORKS I ...... ...... 480p 128p .............Melbourne............ 1214 ...,.. .,,. .: :: ..... Lv........... ........ : .
... ::
U30plO :
...... ..,. 61/1p/ ... .0....... ,..RotJeland .,....L... 1187.1..S Dora............ ... :::.
93 NsMsa Si.,Nw Yoch. ,.... ...... 629,....... : ....,.,.. ..'.8eballtian............. :: 11 ...... ...... ...... .. .............. ..4..3. ; ......i..........uq.i..... t 920&937a.u.......... ........,
Send the ADVOCATE an order for any ...... II lOp. .. ...e.......... St. Luci............ 10.2. ...... ...... .... oil ......... 140 a m 1129a 320 m ."i '
S40i ...... 520p 261p ............Fort Pierce........... vi 86a1200 ...... ..... 1210a 8 a a 468p ....... ... P ;,
job printing you need.] ...... ...... 84Hp .,,... ...........:..? Eden............... 101 .. ...... .....: ...... ... 452a 545p .. .. 1201pm 10.2& 2111pm.. "",
... .
I ...... ...... snip ..... : ...............Jen el1.............. ,. 10 ...... ... ...... ...... ..:::... Toes 814p 4 .... ...... 9Upm 101411. 1 10pm ..:: ...
./1... 108p .... ? ............ .. stuart.. ............ 864 .1.1. .. .: .... .IL. ... .... .940 a 800p 4 3019..E. artow. IllIpm 110711. 1120am....
Notice of Sale. ...... Ro 2 7Btip.. ............Hobe Sound.....,..... .. 8 2384...,.. 0 ..: ...... .......:..... T 10 s 10Mp 10 6 Gorda..L'f....,. ....... 826pm 6 20a 10331'00 ,., ::::
... 73Tpmt1033p
/ .. ... 1 .. ......, .WeRt ... .... 817a 820p 1o00am..,;;..;
Daily Clip JJupiter ... it III .. ? ..... ......... .... .. ? Bay Hotel.... .. ...I, 8'07a......... .
688aExsn 825p .... Ar .?..... WMtPalm Beach........ .Daily. : 130& '
6 :
....... 855a 8Mp Tampa..L'f 7OOpm 102011.10 : ::::
lie LT..Palm Beach Inn......... 820aio: 10a oose609a
and by virtue of an agreement In 5Ma 846p 6Mp Mon.Tbur.8at. 900p 9 ....... 200pro .....,., Thur.8un&Tues'Tuell.FrI.&I'un
UNDER 1140& 81Op! 610p ......... Royal Poinciana ....... 82 aIOll1aA610p 3 We.t..Lv TOO tn ..
executed to the undersigned by V&Oa 14 ....... West Palm &ach ...... Ar 8 :::::, 101j 3001' : p .I. ? Wed.8at.&Mon
t' i If. Ulla OOOp 620P 8 600p Wed.Bat&MOn 8 ; avana. ......Lv 1230ptn.. ....
sell at Wed.8.t.&Mon:
PINEAPPLE GROWING. (} I will\ publlo auction 61Op
W. H. Gleason ......1010a1 99, .. :: .......... ... Boynton.. ...........Lv .. 684p .....: ......
door at Tltus
-- In front of the Court House ...... 1018. 887p ..... ........... ... ..Delray.... ......... ;.. 626p .....
ty vII Ie, Florida, during the legal hours of sale, on .. .. II 02a 1017p.. :: ..........Fort Lauderdal........ :: 8 ...E. .44p :....: :::::: Dallr.' t Daily except Sunday. *Mon,Wed.and Fri.
In a fOI mer issue of the Farmer and tie .. .. lI87aI058p.. .... ............LemonCltT..... ...... <8 Fruit Grower, John D. Beach says: Last FIRST MONDAY IN MAY A. D.; 1899, 810& 11458 IUXIp 700p' Ar. .. .......MI..mi. ... .. .. ..L" 8 7' 4 ...... 7150 SifiOn.m.:/ ,dally. j
;( to the highest and best bidder for cash, the fol- NEW 811YltNA AND ORANOE Trains and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Care between Cincinnati and Tampa.
BETWEEN CITY
JUNOTION.
February, when tho pineapple fields )owlng described personal property of said W. and local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open for accommodation of patgemren "1
brown from the Janu- H.' H. Gleason, to-wit: Certificate No. 61, for No.8 No 1 8TATIONt4. No 2 No.T&j 4 Union Station, Jacksonville at 9.p. m.
were so generally
seven shares of the capital stock of the East ; 82115 L.I ... .......... New Smyrna. .. ........., ..... .........Ar flga 8 p485p INDIAN RIVER SERVICE.
ary frost, a large majority the growers; Coast Realty Company of tbe par value of $100 1127. ......................;.... Lake Helen .................. ......;..Lv 1016& 824 I' Indian River Steamers leave Tltusvllle 4:00: p. m., Mondays,Tuesdays, Wednesdays and
each standing in the name of said Oleason upon 447p 114:1&: ...... ................. Orange CltT............................ 1004a 1081' for St. Lucia Kivetand intermediate landings; returning, arrive Titusville Thnn.
,, despite the past experience to the contrary the looks of said company said; the Undersigned to being 4Wp 960sAr... ., ...., .. .. ...Orange City Junction.., .,...,..... ...,. I" 1000a lOOp Thursday clays s, Fridays! and Saturdays at 12 noon. Wednesday''
execute
authorized
:":.It. predicted a' quarter crop, small duly,la the name of by the said agreement W H. H.. Gleason, All tr.in. between New Smyrna and Orange C unction Dally except Sl1Dday. W. B. COFFIN, G. D. ACKERLY,

ti: fruit, and no prices. After the driest an assignment, of said stock to the purchaser General Superintendent. General Passenger Apm
I thereof. West Havana and Nassau.
; spring as well, which alone would have HELEN WATTON, Key .

&' 1 reduced the crop nearly half on uninjured Ity Harry Walton XEY WEST. The steamship "City of Key t"of the Florid East Coast Steamship

plants we had over half a niar31-apr28 her husband and att'y In fact., Company leaves Miami for Key West on Mondays Wednes! -lays and. Fridays after arrival oi Florida Central & Peninsular Railroad'v'
t 1 crop train from Jacksonville about 11:00 p. m., arriving nt Key West next day noon.
II* and the prices were such for small fruit Leave Key West 2:80 p. m. ((standard time) on Tuesdays, Thursdays and t>Saturdays ar
... riving Miami next morning In time to connect with north bound train.,
it that growers realized nearly as much as Notice.
HAVANA. The. Steamship "Lincoln" of the Florida East: Coast .Steamship Company
: t:1 usual. The fact was that we had no ,- leaves Miami for Havana on Hnndayg: : and Wednesdays after arrival of train from Jackson
: ;: freeze with water In he bud only a dry ALL WHOM ITl\IAYCONCERN. Notice villa, about 11.-00: p. m., arriving at Havana at 80 p. m. Mondays and Thursdays. Time Table in Effect Mar. 12. 1899.
TO hereby given that it is my Intention to Leave Havana Tuesdays and Fridays at 10:80 a. m. (standard time), arriving Mlama
Jai: 1 white frost, winch' only cut the outer apply to the Icon D. L. Gaulden County Wednesdays and Saturdays: time to connect with north bound train.

;' foliage. But while the bearing plants Fudge of Brevard county Florida, at Titusville.on follows NA1I8:: .U. Service for the winter season begins January 10, 1899. Proposed sallliiES as ,:i O": ci O": g .:. g ... .:.

the !8 $ ;; 4l1'! NORTAERN POL'iT8. 1Jl R=3 1;:; !1 1A =
i$ with such small loss the
I escaped young TWENTY-FOURTH DAY OF APRIL, isoo, FROM MIAMI. KKOM NASSAU. AH.. A .,'C d A Ad A a
,.i fields of them particularly those for authority to sell at private sale all the one !. -
many halt undivided Interest of the Infant Harry K. Tuesdays and Fridays, January to February Wednesdays and Saturdays; January 8125 208p Lv Titullvllle FEC Ar. 264p 124fa 251-
t, planted; late in the season, cut down by Robbins, In and to those tracts of land lying in 4. to February 4.' 20111' 705a 11 00110 6 MIl Lv. 8t. Augustine A.r 220p 1030a 900p 1030a345a
a' Brevard Florida, to-wit A strip of Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, Feb- Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday., February .30p..... 82Oa1210p Lv..Jackson'fllle..Ar lOOp 900a...... 740p 9Ma 9fI(
,' the frost and with no roots to push county .. ... 84npLv..Yulee..Ar ...... 818& ,.....
and nine ((9) rods wide lying: on the north side ruary tt to March 31.TuH 7 to April 1. .30& 1120p .. 950a 61161' floes 919p
{ 'b'; growth, and soil ton dry to make roots, of the south line of lot 2, section 29, townshipS llaY8 and Fridays, April 4 to Wednesdays and Saturdays, April. 5 to ...... IIl1Op .: .... 9311a.. ... 9o\pAr..Fernandlna..Lv.. .. 730a ....... 615p 7308 Tapp619a
.... : Ar..Everett..ArIOI'i8a 6110a .... S
south 3rt east: also along the north 28. April 29. 711\p .. 11130& 2118p101p lop 6308 14rp745a
a all range April ...... Ar.Brunswick.Lv 91l1a ..... ., ....
; have stood still through the dry south line of lot one, section 30, 845p.,1159a 311\p 545a. .000. '"
(1)
side of the
e." 26, south 37 east, the same being Steamers depart from Miami and Nassau at 80 p. m. of days advertised,..arriving,at ...... .. 1227, S40p116OpAr..Savannah.Lv! 922a 646& ...... 30ip ... .. .
t weather, and are only now beginning to ownsblp of land nine range rods wide along the south destination next morning. ..... ....,: 8'00p 123l1p 3 Sip 120Ha Lv., .Savannah:., .Ar 214a II 08& 1145a 2661' ...... ;. ..:
a strip Connections made at Nassau with Ward'Line Steamers to and from Santiago and 201\aAr. Fairfax, 8. C...Lv .36a 5 OOa 631)a12114a.#) ..
: : on some good leaves since tho rains side of the two lots above-named,and extending. ...... ... .. 923p 21l1p l136p ..
put Clenfuegos Cuba on certain dates 2 bOa Denmark, 8 C 6(08& 3 08& 3 lOa . .
Indian River on the west to Banana Riveron .. ...... 10451) 300p 614p :: ? :: 121Ua .
'.,t'i: have begun. As a result, they cannot from and all ...... ...... liMp "3IIp 6Ma .. .Augusta, Ga.. ,. .... .. ..? .. 1I2Oa.... "
riparian rights.
i i the east, These Time Tables show the times at which trains and boats maybe expected to arrive and ...... :.:.:: ...... .38p 7391' 4.-sa Columbia, S. C. 540a 12.7110 ...... 1035a. .... .
& bear the largest fruit next spring, no FRANK G. KINOMAN, depart from the several stations and-ports, but their arrival or departure at the tlme ...... .... .... ..... .. .... 1121ia 8partanbur SC" r.. ... lloop..... .,.... ...... ,
$I; matter what favorable weather and carethey niar24-aprl4 Guardian of Harry K. Robbins. stated is not guaranteed, nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or, any :: ... ....,. :..... .. .. .. 1 <101' "Asheville, N.C. .. ..p... 20l\p ...... .....
consequences arising therefrom.For .:.:.. ..:' ..? 8.Op 1134p 900a Charlotte, N. C. 3 <44a .-..... .
( may have between now and then. copy of loral time card call .t 280 West Bay Street Jacksonville or addressJ. .... ;" ....;.10101' 12.211. 10.7a Salisbury, N. C. 238& .. "..
P. BECKWITH, Traffic Manager J. D. RAHNER A. O. P. A. :: :::.:: ..... 1127p 16711.12101' "GreenllboroL'i.C"!' 124a ...... '
h1.; From this we may draw the oft-re- Notice. St. Augustine. __ : ::.. .. ...... 1236a 30711. 13Op Danville, va. 12008 1020p..8. ...... .
: peated moral which I have harped ono .. : ,:: ... .. 609a ... .. 625p RIchmond,Va. .... ,. ., "
.t1} ..:::: .:...: .. ..., 245a .57a 325p "L nchburgVa. n26p .. "
: much! "Plant early in the season." In Circuit .Court, Brevard County, .... .. .... ...... 4eon/ 84M 528p "Charlottesville 845p 21bp ..... ..Ito..,. '... ,
Florida: IN CHANCERY .. ..:. ..... ...... 1Ma 94511 901\p" Washington IIl10p 1116. :..... .. ?
K << You can't plant too early, for you can't.get r ...... :..... "'", 012aII005a. .1125p Baltimore It 4371' 9.2& ., .,.. ,
i;" the slips and if could even John J. Flannery ... .. ..... ....? 1\3IIa\ 1181' 21'if. Philadelphia ... 2'61' ....... .. ..... ..
you say VS.'rank ...... .... ..:... 20Jp(: 3113p 623a New York 12 lIOn 720a..,.... ,. ...... .
as early as March, I almost believe it B. Everett his and wife UoBill to Foreclose $ I .. ... .. .... .. .... 900p lI00p 30(1) "... ...Uo ton......" ........ ....... ... .. ....

va'' o would be like the old Indian's remark: Ina Marian L.Everett E. Russell, and, Mortgage. 34'13 ...... ...... ... 80011'LV' Jatkeonvllle Ar .. .... ...,.. ...... 855. 96'p610a
,"Too much corn l Is too much corn but Alfred Russell her hue .. .... ...;. ...... 10121' Ar.... Everett. .... Lv .,.,.. ...;.. ..'? .. 63oa 710,
band i 111' 330p[...1,.. ...... ...... lI20a[ ..:. Atlanta.... ...... ...... ...... 10ep1'LOSo
too much cider Is just I enough." July by the affidavit .of A. J. Lewis aa. 840p ...... ...... ...... 930& ..Chattanooga.. ,. .................... a iop+ 849*
IT appearing for the complainant in this cause 7.lIa .. .... ...... ... 730p ...ClnclnnatJ... .. .... .. ...... ; Stop
Is, in fact, about as early as slips large that attorney the defendants Marian E. Russell andAlfred

';1 ,I enough to plant can ordinarily be ob ( Russell, her husband, are non-residents Nos. 30, 34 and 38 make connection for Brunswickarrivlnfr Brunswick 7:4S: ,11.59 a m and 8:15: p m I
of the State of Florida, and are both over the espectlvely. For New Orleans train leaves Jacksonville 9:20: a. m., with through sleepers, iIvinR -
tained. If them in June all
you can get age of twenty-one years and that there Is no New Orleans 7:40 a. m. Only through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from New Or-1
the better. They! want all the warm person[ In the State of Florida service of a subpoena A lean 6:40 p. m, .
upon whom would bind the said defendants q SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
weather and rain they can get to make Marian E. Russell and Alfred Russell, her .lif SQ F
I Nos..31 and 32, New York and Florida Limited, running between St. Augustine Jack onvle!!
e husband, and that the said Marian E. Russell and New York. A solid vestibule ,!
.abundant roots before winter checks and Alfred Russell resides in the city of Chic. Ir train consisting of composite, dining and drawing room
sleeping compartment drawing room sleeping and observation cars.
t j. their growth. With plenty of roots a ago, in the State of' Illinois, so said nmant isnformeit Nos.35 and 38 Fast Mail Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville and the idnclnnatl

1'P' it young field is not damaged at all by It is, therefore and believes.ordered that the defendants Sleeper Nos.via 33 and Asheville.34 carry Also through through sleepers' sleeper between between Jacksonville New York and and New Miami.York In connection with I
Marian E. Russell, and Alfred Russell, her hue 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman
i having the foliage cut to the ground the, ;: Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa. I
and, be required to appear and answer comilalnant's NCB p No. 36 carries Cincinnati, Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta and I
?" : 4imt: winter. This is a fact pretty clearjj1f. bill of complaint on the Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This Is brought to Jacksonville bv No.37. These trains also handle I

'; ly established. Of course, we hope that THIRD DAY OF APRIL, A. D. 1899, the St. Louie (via Lonlllvllle) and tbe Kansas City (via Memphis)) through sleepers between those
"' confessed and the cities and Jacksonville. .
or said bill\ will be taken as ,
.
the; predictions of our modern astrologers complainant be allowed to proceed cx-parte Nos. 29 and 30 handle through sleepers between Jacksonville and Cincinnati; No. 30 opens it
with said cause. It is further ordered that this 9 p m at Jacksonville for Pullman passengers.All .
and the Seminole Indians this fall, that order be published once each week for four con, baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket
!\ we are to have thirty of.mild winters ecutlve weeks in the INDIAN HIVEH ADVOCATE office.202 Hogan Street as well as at the Union depot ticket office.
t, years a newspaper published at Tltuavlllo, BrevardCounty L. A. SJlIP lAN, A. G. I'. A. F.c. WRIOHT Die Pass. Agt., 202 W Bay St.'
.f' beginning this year or next, will Florida.Witness A. O. MacDONELL Gen. Pass. Agent.
I
l prove true; but tlll It Is just as well to the Honorable Minor S. Jones
Judge(: of said court, as well as the seal of saidcourt
t, look out for our olv incase they have at the court house at Tltusvllle, Fla., this

'pit not read the moon and stars accurately. larch 4th, A D IB'.M.
[Seal.] A. A. STEWART!: gD-
Another thing which I have touched marlO-31 ,Clerk Circuit Court.

4, upon before, and which is well to boar SouthernRailway

,in mind, is that well fertilized plants ink Notice.' SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES .


'healthy, vigorous growth stand more Finest Cuisine and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.

cold and recover more rapidly than Is hereby given: that It is my inten The Fleet Is composed of,the following Handsome New Steel Steamers I iI' t'Comanche"

3 plants which are In less vigorous condi NOTICE of Brevard County, to the with next other Legislature:citizens (new)"Algonquin," "Iroquols" "Cherokee" "'Semln le."

tions. The cause for the ilrst, which is of Florida to Introduce and pass a bill enacting
a law to provide, regulate and prohibit the run North-Bound. ;Most Excellent Service Ever Offered Out of Florida.
I ao'contrary tq all laws which govern other ilng at large of hogs within the following terItory Steamer are appointed to sail according to the tide

fruit is that tho nature of the endogenous in lIrevard County, Florida as near as From JACKSONVILLE, (call ng at Charleston), Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays,
practicable about within the following territory Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays.
From CHARLESTON 8. C., - NORTH EAST WEST.
pineapple plant fenders Impossible : Titusville For hour of sailing see "Clyclo Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville\ and Charleston daily papers. .
north of
Beginning eight miles on
31 the going: down of the sap and the he west shore of Indian River, thence run west SouthBound.Steamers .

;jliaixlening-up which occurs in one and une-half miles thence southerly so as are appointed to sail from Pier 2., East River, New York, at 3 p. m., as follows
process I t"D run one and ouo-lmlf miles west of Indian For C. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, DINING CARS,
everything exogenous as the grape, liver, to a point one and one-half miles west of For JAC KSl:! NV4ILLE. FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays. Wednesdays\ and 1 the at Fort Pierce thence southwest
i_ orange, etc So as the sap is always up I to the poatolllee north prong of the St.Lucie; River; thence Clyde New England and Southern Lines (Freight only.. )

no protection can be afforded by seeking easterly river river to Indian Rlrer and (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
cross said to the Atlantic Ocean thence 'STEAMERS" "NEW YORK AND FLORIDA LIMITED."
:to check the growth by ceasing to cult! northerly along the Atlantlo Ocean to a point are appointed to sail as follows tFrom

le 'vate or fertilize toward winter. opposite| the place beginning(;Indian thence lllver.westrly foot of Hogan Street,Jacksonville, From Lewis' Wharf Boston, Solid! Pullman Vestibuled\ Limited. Dining Libr ry Compartment l'awlnr-to01II
to the point of beginning on }'1U1>A 8. HUDAY3. and Observation Cars hetW.OIlSt. Augustine and "ow York.
On tho other hand, the plant in full lOfeb'SlmaT R. A. HARDEE.

;I 'vigor of growth produces a certain Clyde's St. Johns River Line. "THE NEW LiniTED."
Debtors and Creditors. Tork
amount of heat by the growing process Notice to Through Vestibuled DrawiDr-Boom between TAmpa and New
Fla.and intermediate landings on the St.John's River. Via Jacluou vllle without
itself which furnishes acksonvllle,Palatka, Sanford. Enterprise Savannah and Columbia change.
a slight degree of
,, -The elegant Iron Ild"wbeel: Steamers'CITY -

1 protection over the plant which is not persons having claims against the es- OP JACKSONVILL13.: "FIIEDK. DeBAUY," "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL.
ALL of Catherine Stewart, late of Coquina, ,
Capt.T. W.LUNU TtJaoksonrill ,
i growing so vigorously, hut beside this In this county, are hereby required to pie- CAPT.W. A. SHAW. Pullman Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeping Cars between Miami and New York
tent said claims to me within one year front the Are appointed to sail as follows *, Savannah and Columbia.
publication of.thllll\otice. otherwise this notice Leave Jacksonville 3:30: p m dally, except 8turtlas.. Leaves Sanford 9:00: am, Enterprise 930a :
will a*a bar to such claims. All ixsr- m, dally, except Sundays.: Service strictly tirst class in every respect Embracing: Lynchburg, Charlottesville
CniEB with owing\ said estate shall make to ,
vegetable ont payment 'Ulnl HOU'U.u..4 I*.
DROPSY Remedies. Have cured me. d UTU nOUND. SCUEDULK. Read Washington, Baltimore and Phlladelphl
1 many. thousand eases down. _,_
ulI"" l\I _, Ia t.. feb10-mar31 W, Q. PRINK, Leave 1.30 .. ...,.... Jack.onville..n,.u..u..u.u. Arrive 2.99. m.f hUm.n aa.&a- .ad'
*VJr'ViMl o- Administrator. 8.46 1).wnn. m. .........?., ,.............1'alatka.... .........,..1......... Lave 8.00 P. m.'I Loalevtlle Draw1Jl.Room, !Sleeping! Cars to Macon. Atlanta. Cbattonap,
tIi TystlmonUI."ndT5DAYStreatment fnte. 8.()() p a. m. .......... ... ........ .. .......... ................... :: 2.30 p. m. Birmingham, Kansas City and St. Loui.
3!. GRzRv180X8, Box K,Atlanta\ U% Coquina, Brevard Co., Florida. .. .80 a. m. ...........,....,...;..8t..Astor. ............................ .. Luc p. m. Through Pullman
p' a. m. .." ........ ... ......... llereaford ......n.........,......... t.I.OO:. Ie m. Sleeping Cars to
I .. 8.00 a. m. ..., ..f................Blue 8prlnp..t..I.... :: 11.00 a. m. Cincinnati via Columbia Through tb
Arrive 8.30 a. ...,.......,............Banord ... ...................uu. a09Am. and Asheville,
'\ ? 1123 a. m..l........................JCnterprl ................,,........ 9.30 a. m.

i')1\ JMALLOKY STEAMSHIP LINE.Florida Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. I _. "LAND OP THE' SKY." 'rD.I.

Daily LimtUd Trsvlm For Clnclansttl via Ev: .r.tt.
New York, W, 1(. WARBURTON, T. P. A., r, M, IRONMONGER, JR., Fla.Pass. Art..
B Howling Green,Now York... 80 West Bar 8t.JacksonvilleFla.
Philadelphia and Boston. C!. P. LOVELL.. Asst. Kla. Bupt.. I JOAN L HOWARD, Superintendent. For detailed inform t1on M to rates.: schedules, steeping ear reservations, .U., apply msay
From Brunswick (direct), to New York. Jacksonville,Fuw | Foot Hogan 8e.,Jacksonville, Fl*. agent of the 8ovTHXjan: EAILWJLT or I..oonnectl aB. .
$ TIIKO. U. KQKH, T, M., S Bowling Green, New York.
I l'AS8ENOE1SERVICE. GYM, P. CLYDE CO., General Agents _

To make connections wfth steamers leave Jacksonville S Bowling OM...NewYork.! U 8*. U.lawa Av... Philadelphia, .. W. HUNT, Florida P" 919 West J ck onvill P7J .
1 on Thursdays at I\:00 a. m., via Fernandina and "(ffly. ftaitonl" ': Agt, y Strut, $
(Cumberland Route). Dinner en route. Or, via all rail, lev. r, r2 TURK *: U. HAEDWlOt
? LiL.'A
Iraq Jacksonville\ 4:30: p. m.(F. C. x; 1'.), via Everett and South Home-Grown ,
.
f I BQ ern directly 1t'y. Arrive aboard Hrusswlck steamer. f:43p. m. Passenger on arrival FOR SALE.... w'aehtngtou, a'. C. Washington O. A"tt tt* Pus. Ait..a..
March
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PROPOSED SAILINGS PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS --

tv.New York, Pier 41 E. n., 1:OOp. m., (Standard Time.) Lv Brunswick,

Friday, Feb. 4 i. .. ......, ,......STEAMER ,?,..,...... .....Friday, )llr. 3KriiUy Varieties :
Mir. 3.... ........................RIO GRANDE. ..,..... ,.. ..,...?...Friday, 10 Of the following JOB '
Vrluay, 10.,.,,........., ..'''', .........COLORADO.'..... .....,..............,Irrd| > IIsTriday Rfco E&ptiaa: Qn en Golden Queen Ripley, Queen Smooth PR.I1TTI1TGOF
IT... ..., ...,................"RIO < RAND1S.,. .,.... ........ .. .....,..Friday, '84Tlday bbakit Porto' ,
1 b 24........,............ ..... .. .COLORADO.. .........,......,...,.....l"rl Spanish.
l .For general Information,steamers,trains,rates, ete. apply to knv ralltoad agent' or to Cayenne, OF ALL KINDSPRINTING
BA81L OIL, S. A.,t'JOW,Way St.JackeonvhllO.RAYRAYMOND Apply to O. 0. HATTHAMS, Florida Pineapple Co.,

H. It. General Southern Brunswick, Ga. West Palm Beach, FU.
1 ./ U, MALLOUY,General Aeut.l'llIr :20, E.: River,and 3s Broadway,N.Y. ADVOCATEt OFFIOE.I .











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HOTELS-AlUhc-ycar-round. ST. AUGUSTINE.!
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ATLANTA HOTEL MAGNOLIA I
GA. DO YOU EAT ORANGES f Do you want to nee them ID all their glory-on
the trees In full grove form ? Do you want to pick them P Then go to Rock- .. I
ledge on the Indian Hirer. The beautiful new Plan U"telill tho hotel. Come NThe
ST. AUGUSTINE. and you will be pleased. Fishing, sailing, driving, duck hunting! and shooting -
alligator, all make up amusement for you while theie. The table, service
If't 2,000 expended on Improvements and new furnishings this season and social evening at the Plaza have become famous. For the beat our
Hydraulic Elevator, Hot and Cold Water Baths on each floor; rates are reasonable. S. H, PECK: Manager.
; +d k ryff. also Private Baths added to several suites and Heating Arrangements
I are a few of the Improvements added this season, making this ?- See Mr. Chrlstlancy, representative, at Windsor Hotel, regarding rooms and

popular house one of the most comfortable and well equipped hotels in the rates. .
South. Write for booklet. Will remain open until May t.

PALM12H & lUncl>()WI (.(.. >.
New Rockleclge Hotel

HOTEL HIBISCUS, Palm Beach, ,

si A New Hotel, on the same side of Lake Worth and very near the Royal ON INDIAN RIVER.
Poinciana. LEON II. C1LLEY, Manager.
\ Entertainment for guests Includes bowling alley livery, rowboats for lishtng! ,
1 y FI HOLLY INN Daytona and dally excursions launch to points of Interest. Shell roads. hares, f 2..V)
and $::1 per day. Correspondence solicited II. I'. SHARED: ,
: the beautiful Halifax River finest bicycle roads In the State.ERNEST .
Facing ; Proprietor.
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L. CASWELL, Manager.THE' - --- ----- --- -- -

2' It t ASM. BUCKINGHAM, St. Augustine, ,UJ'HltlT'l''rrltt'l4: Island).

Opposite Alcazar, Ponco de Leon and Casino, and among the date palms.
WM. 1'. KENNEY, M I.na er. Nevins' Rivenriew. .
Send for booklet. CEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor.

MERRITT: FLORIDA. ON INDIAN 1'IVER.

pit*, ST.:; AU USTINE, FLA. On high pine land. Health, comfort and sport. No better Hunting and
The St. "
George Mns. C. D./Tvuu: Owner and Mg'r. Fishing In Florida.!
HOTEL ARAGON ATLANTA, GA. Open from January 13lh, 18W. M. 11. MA1ION.

The Palace Hotel of the South. .. ... '" u '
American and European plans. We cordially Invite the patronage of the best Corner of the Plaza and St. ,George Street. In the very center of tho city. WEST PALM IlliACII. 'I

I Commercial, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located, only three blocks Strictly first-class In every respect. Hates: $2.50 per day and upward __ __
jfrom Union depot, at highest point in city and away from all noise, dirt and smoke Special weekly and season rates.
Ifrom trams. Every modern Improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelled WEST PALM 11EAC1I, Fe.A.'A .
I by any hotel in the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Hates, American plan, Palms
112' ,50 to $4.50 per day; European plan, $1.00 to 3.00 per day. THE FLORIDA ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. first-class hotel situated on beautiful Lake
* GEO. W. COLLIER, Jr., Manager. opposite. Royal Polnclana. Klectilollghts,
I capacity 2:>0. Rates reduced from $1 to $2 and
electric bells, baths, etc. $2. $2.f: and $3: per day. Special rates by week..
$3 per day. A large, well appointed, admirably located hotel, giving the com The Palms West Palm Iloaeli, Fla. '
forts and service without the cost of tho more expensive ones Elevator, ,
p Holland ATLANTA, OA. Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Baths etc. Correspondence or personal
investigation may save you much. Open until may. DIIAIIII.IYL1AIYll .
27-20 Auburn
Avenue. DK. T. A. WORRALL, Manager J. T. SKILES, l'rop'r.


Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences. Algonquin Hotel. HOTEL MIA.MJ, Biscay Hay, FLA.

MBS. F. A. VOORHEES, Proprietress, ,

Rates, $1.00 to $1.50 per day. Phone 1029 '! King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Pleasure $grounds, extending (live hundred foot to river; boating and fishing;
eight hundred feet veranda.
Refitted, newly furnished and under
'1 A. 11. THOMPSON, Prop.r. JOHN S. BOWEN, Manager.
s new management Centrally located
LITIIIA SPRINGS, GA. 2 near all points of Interest. Largo sample ,_ ._ hh \
s r I room for use of traveling men. Overlooking I
4 Plaza and Monuments. A fuul
LITIIIA SPRINGS, GA. view of the ocean and rolling breakers Hotel Conolly MIAMI( FLORIDA.
| The Sweetwater. Park Hotel MOST BEAUTIFUL RESORT HOTEL from the piazzas. Baths, gas, electric' 1
.
I, AND GROUNDS __ bells and a perfect system of sewerage.
IN TUE STATE. Best $2.00 per day house In the city. Special rates by the week.
Situated twenty miles west of Atlanta, on main line of Southern Railway. A Rates: $2$ 0 to $2.50 per day. Special rates by the week. O. I', HUNTINGTON,
commodious, modern, high-grade hotel; steam heat; electric lights. Cuisine I Open all year. C. F. COX, Proprietor. Proprietor.
unexcelled; The wonderful Bowden Lithla Spring and Its health- \ ,
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producing bath. Magnificent bath house in connection with hotel and
under the same roof.: Turkish, massage, vapor, electric and needle baths. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. MAGNOLIA-SPRINGS, FLA.Magnolia ,
Write for Illustrated Booklet. JAMES E. HICKEY, Proprietor, THE ABBEY
Lithia Springs, Ga. Near/the City Gates. St. George Street. Hotel MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, FLA.,

ICF": Dry atmosphere, beautiful drives, every facility for outdoor sport. Springs
(St. Johns River .
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Hoc Sulphur Baths free to guests. Electric Bells. Rates, 2.00 per day. .. )
Special rates by the week or season Twenty-eight miles south of Jacksonville by the Jacksonville, Tampa A Key
JACKSONVILLE. LOCKWOOD & TEAIIEN, Proprietors. West Railway and river steamers. Open fires in all rooms. Steam heat.
Elevator. Pure spring water. No mosquitoes. Well-kept golf course. .
0 Tennis, Shooting, Fishing, Boating, Drives, Swimming:! !pool. $3.00 and $4.00<
1 per day. O. 1). SEAVEY, Manager.
THE ST JAMES JACKSONVILLE, FLA. PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. .--.
Season 189818Open\ \ Dec. 18, 1898. ,

The St. James needs no introduction to visitors of Florida. From a small This hotel is now pen for ROOMS ONLY. It is centrally located, near That, Throbbing Headache Homaipathlc e
beginning in 1809, the St.: James has increased in size and added to its appointments Postoflice Bank and Cathedral. Would quickly leave you If you used
with increasing popularity of the tourists' travel to Florida. Rooms/ TiOcts to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to $0.00 per week. Dr. King's New Life Pills.\ Thousand*
The location is unsurpassed, being on the highest ground in Jacksonville, V.. D. SANCHEZ, Manager. of sutlerers have proved their matchless
| facing the !St.: James Park. merit for sick and nervous headache
Baggage checked to all points.Its --r They make pure blood and strong nerves Dyspepsia Powders'l
music, as in the past seasons, will be furnished by Prof. Ed Prouty's Or- PALATKA. and build up your health Easy to take.
chestra, and will be of the high grade. This house, as in the past, is under the Try them. Sold: by F" S. Chaffee, drug. ,
management of J. R. Campbell, and everything will be done for the comfort and gist. Cures Indigestion; Sour Stomach, Eruc-
I pleasure of its guests. Address by mail or telegraph, Graham Hotel ----- lions, Belchlngs, Piles, Itching of

J. R. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla.Hotel PALATKA, ILORIDA. Skin, Liver Troubles, Palpitation
.....ore -uuret'ou..
of the Heart, eto.
"Tho now boarder has not Raid n
The only Brick Hotel In town. Electric lights and bolls. Opens the year word about tbo mauls ;yet," wild tho -
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. round. Service strictly/first-class. boarding house mistress JWKCTIONSA powder before meals
Plaeide Rates: $2.00 per day and up. Special by the week or month, and to families.
New "No, I believe he's a very religious and at bedtime. r
Management. f Mns. M. L. BARNHART, man, replied ono of the victimi.Youkcrs .- i

Proprietress. Statesman.:
Twenty 1'owders't3 cents.
Centrally Located. Most comfortable hotel in the city. All conveniences. In.omnla. "
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Unexceptionable Cuisine. 'Bus meets all trains. Ample Sample Room accom- -f- OltMOND. I
modations for Commercial men. Rates, $2.50 per day. "I've cured my husband's insomnia. Depot:
I
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Conducted under the able and efficient management ofGEORGE "How did you do it?
"Pretended I was ill, and the doctor I"
SAMUEL EDEN M D.
WILSON & CO. ,
HOTEL ORMOND-BY-T1IE-SEA, FLA. ,
COQOINA left medicine which Henry was to give
me every half Lour all night long."- BROOKLYN, N. T.;,

Open for the Winter Season. Fine Surf Bathing, Fishing and Wheeling Vanity Fair. 1.110 Hush wick Avenue.

The Travelers HoteL.New l MRS. M. VANCE, Proprietor. Woman' Theme. I

Management. "Kitty, I suppose ;you won't write to FREE '
me at all now you ore married?"
MELROSE HALL ORMOND, FLORIDA "Yos, I will, Nan. Jack's awfully
SYDNEY HAIGH, Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. sweet, of oouroo, but I can't talk to CONSULTATION j
On the Halifax River, and one mile from the Sea; situated In a grove of him about niy new clothes."-Chicago "
palms and live oaks. Interior furnished with baths and heated by ho Record. with our home treatment. Wo are .'I
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. water. First-class in every respect physicians, and you get the benefitof
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. W- Facilities for driving, boating and fish lug. Terms moderate. Jn.< her Lack our experience No matter what ,
Conductor No, ma'uui. This ain'tthe '
Cl>" Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. Address: SCOBIE & LIPP1NCOTT. car you want- your trouble Is, how simple or how

---. IaHHCII"Or-It !Isn't I Goodnon met I I hopeless, we cnn do you good, andIf
TIT USVILLE.IN' suppose if it was the car I wanted yon wo can't wo will honestly tell you .I

Hotel Roseland JACKSONVILLE, FLA. wouldn't have stopped.-Now York so. Thousands of tired, weary, sick
Near the Ostrich Farm. World. and hopeless people have boen entirely -

I.A.N RI'V'ER I ITEM, A Point. of Con.eIcnee.S and permanently cured by ,I
On your way South stop at Roseland. Three acres beautiful lawn, bowling s

alleys, tennis court, croquet grounds and other amusements. Roseland must be TITUSVILLE, COMPOUND

teen to be appreciated. ,If you come to Florida this winter, call and see us. The
Gem of Jacksonville Located on St. John's River. Take car at station. Tran- !,:: ?; i INDIAN RIVER, 1 1I OXYGEN

'tent rates, $0.00 to $10.00 per week. Stop on your way north or south.S. FLORIDA. Why not take heart again and investigate -

R. KNOX, Manager. .- _. this gnat principle. We have
-. ;4 thousands of testimonials. Send for
-- % J. O. BAST,
book on home treatment, wonderfulcures

HOTEL j JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Manager to the sick, etc., free. ,
OXFORD) Opposite St. James Hotel. A -
Y DRS. STARKEY & PALEN !
commodious rooms, comfortable and 1 Open all the Year ,
Convenient to of the city, t
homelike special made to give all who stop at the Oxford pleasant
and efforts : -
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Jacksonville 1112 Girard St.
Give the Oxford a trial IMilla., Pa.
reasonable.;
stay. Rates
very
Only a few minutest
0& U lab pee
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. 1 walk from Railway stations
and steamboat land. )
- Ings. I I
On the banks of the Flushed cheeks, throbbing temples,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. far-famed Indian JUver.nOCILI nausea, lassitude, lost appetite, sallow
The e Andreu House complexion, pimples, blotches, are warn.
No. 318 Newnan St. Mamma-Baby, dear, yon must say ings. Take Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver .' ..
without board, 500. that you 'are sorry for laying Medicine. ,.I!
very
Rooms,
American day.
and Rates $1.00 per .
.
European. house connect DGI "shan't" to nursle. Pause Now j
Per day. Special rates to permanent guests. Street cars passing ( ) My
with trains and boats. Ask conductor to stop at No. 318 Newnan St. you are very sorry, dew. Chang Steamboat Schedule 1
'MBS.'D. A. ANDItEU, owner and proprietor. Baby (after A longer and more painful t -
HOTEL INDIAN RIVER 110CKLEDGE, FLA. pause)-But, mamma dear, isn't it Commencing next Monday, the 27th '
more naughty to toll wicked story thad Inst, there will be only one steamer r
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. The largest, leading and best located hotel at this beautiful resort to uy "shan't" to nursleK .Punch. running through to Palm Beach (St.
Hotel Streets.Completed Sebastian) from Titusville\ leaving at 4
U QUO. IQ. Cor. Forsyth and Cedar! 75 Rooms at $3.00 per day; 75: Rooms at 13.W per day; 75 Rooms at $1.00 per o'clock p. m., Tuesdays and Fridays
in, iW5Modern improvement..baths, ete, on, every floor.furnished.Gas day. Special Weekly Rates. s/a0rrklsksr FsklUeurtd The steamer St. Augustine Will leave TI.
and electric lights, elevator. Artistically and elegantly flnt-claa. The only hotel at Rockledge with steam-heated halls and sleeping rooms. .r hove wllh- tusville Mondays, Wednesdays and Sat
Recognizing the/ fact passenger that Tourists are looking' for low rates for the week Electrlo light plant elevator and orchestra. The perfection of cuisine and OPIUM I out Mln ..Book of partleuUri urdays at 4 o'clock p. m.-Mondays to
by "u FffEC.(:
accommodation., this bouse is making very reasonable prices service. Naphtha launches. PLENTY OF ORANGES. i.an WOOLLI ,co. Melbourne; Wednesdays to St. Lucio
month or season. Bates, per day, $2.00. Weekly MRS.rates J.on c.appUoatioD.TERRY, Prop. S. PROSKET. oe. 104 KorUj r"or.L i River, and Saturdays to Kockledge.










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t t 8 INDIA RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 31, 1899. .

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minds of Indian River resident ,la: "Who S. TV. CAe OII.r
Rockledge. will get the Titnsville branch?" It 18 ROBBINS & GRAHAM.S.IjAwpor ,,7
said that bidders for this branch
Hotel Plaza, Rockledge- still" remain Include the Seaboard, Air Line, Southern may GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES, Of All KiM(

open for the reception of guests; also or Plant; but many would be surprisedto ... Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited.TITUSVI'LLE
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that the E. C.
the New' Hock ledge hotel. learn F. R'y., may put .
I In a bid for it. We have been informed FLORIDA.
Mrs. Francis W. Holbrook, of New that the required' deposits have been
{ 1 York, and Miss l C. L. Scott, of Brooklyn made by thoR who want the road. WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND

are registered at the Plaza. Bidders for the main line are to deposit .. :c & :
COURTS. E. L. :s ;, seO:
_. .._ UNITED STATES ,
.r. y Mr. and Mrs. W. B. North and John with the master certified checks for .

II. North, of New Haven, Conn., are $50,000 before their bids will be con Groceries, Grain Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple, &: Fancy Groceries '
; BENJ. W. JEROME at the Plaza. sidered. Those who shall desire to make / nAnd
prominent guests offers for the Titusville line will be required Title Furnished Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,Gm
of
PISMN'SYL George N. Hatch, proprietor of that to deposit certified checks for ABSTRACTS Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively un i i
State Representative well-filled store here, has done, and I Is 10,000 before their offers will be con- and Dade the above'Une of goods. We Invite your correspondence solicit your natnu...
I 1 the VANIA Sale of IRON GLOBE WORKS GAS ENGINES CO., for, doing a hustling business. People will| sldcred. The payment required for the for Lands in Brevard Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., Tltusville. pia'
always find they can get the most value main line will\ be at least $300,000: in -
Marino and
Stationary. for their money at this store. cash and the remainder may be paid in Counties. -

Selling Agent COLMAN ACETYLENE The last Lop of the season was givenat the first mortgage: bonds of the line. -
> ; GAS lLCIlINES.jarc\ / t, Cheapest the Hotel Indian River Saturday evening The sum uf $50,000 is required as a cast Lesley & Uotlow /
and Host light for private dwellings and It was a most enjoyable one. payment on the shorter line, while the We have a large List ,

f and store The orchestra left Sunday, and the balance of the price offered may be madein owned (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
of Lands by
bonds of that line.
following day tho hotel closed, after avery the first mortgage:
For prices, catalogues and estimates, Should the two lines be sold as an entirety -
r t address; successful season. a certified check for $:;0,000 will\ ourselves and clients. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and WhIs

UEtfJ W. JEROME, Air. and Mrs. Pierce N. Welch and two be required rrom the bidders and the Bottled Ales and Stont.
a Fla. daughters, and Mrs. G. W. Davis a sum of $350,000 In cash will be required Price for unimprovedlands Boers,
k Rockledge, prominent party of New Haven people, In payment and the balance may be paidIn A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tables
have been stopping at the New Rock- the bonds of the two roads.
: ledge. Mr. Welch is president of the The master Is authorized to postpone $3 to $100 Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to map i
Asso'lon
j': The Anheuser-Busch Brewing ., First National Bank, the largest bank In the sales on the request of the complainant's orders. Cash must accompany y9ur order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titusville,ft.
New Haven. order of per acre.WE .
solicitors or on the ,
Fumoua St.Ix>itU Keg and Bottled Boer.
4?, J. O. Walton and wife' and Claude the court.If -
ti Sold IJy Mr.by J.Mem.1>.Crahb LoRley, Cocoa: Motlow, Fla., Tltuirllle, Fla., Walton have been spending a few daysat i \, have a few Residence, Orange

,, By Mr. W.J.Tucker, Fort fierce, Fla. the New Rockledge. Mr. Walton I Is you are in search of bargains, Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable
on his return to Titusville after an extensive read the ADVOCATE columns carefully.. EB
...JOSEPH ZAPF., trip to Palm Beach; Miami and locations. Prices Reasonable. A SMALL CONTRACT
Nassau.Mr. .

T Wholesale Beer and Liquors. J. ,Wesley Bowen, of Philadelphia, Literary Exhibition. J TITUSVILLE- I Or a large one for Nails, Builders' Hardware
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one of the New Rockledge Hotel regular OFFICER; 1 and MIAMI.1VIILLINERYII.. or Tools, we will fill to the builder-
West Street winter Reason's guests, made a very line LaGrange school will close on next satisfaction and
Bay entire at prices that del!
catch of fish recently, with rod and line; Tuesday giving a literary exhibition at E
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. he landed 15 assorted and gamey fish, night. Quite an Interesting programmehas o competition for the same high grade, np-to.
which tipped the scales at 143 pounds. been prepared, and the public are date quality.\ We have the most compleU

4L, This gentleman is not only an expert cordially invited. The exercises will J i ; stock of House Hardware and shelf good
t- s .. Southern HomoMocking with the rod and reel, but knows the exact commence promptly at 7:30: o'clock. .rl I A in Titusville, as well as superior carpente
OKO. W. EAT EnLY.
bait to catch a bouquet of roses.
LaGrange, Mar. 28, 00. and mechanics tools of all kinds. !
Bird Food Mr. and Mrs. F. Sandrord/ of Plain. and DRESSMAKING.Mall '
field, were guests of the New Rockledge 'I i
Hotel this week. This Is Mr. and Mrs.
''d 25cts per Ib.5lbs.. Sandford's first visit to this part pf East Coast Meat Market "";.o....".... .
Florida, and are quite charmed with it.
: j. for $1.00 ,They left by boat on Tuesday for Palm O. F. DUREN, Agent. JAS. PRITCHARD & SON
Beach, then by train to Miami, intending: ,
Fresh Every Day.
to take in all the sights worthy of seeing. == -
:Manufactured by CD Tltxtsxrlll: F1a.
A great number of the visitors to ....... _. ,
i HENRY R. THOMAS> Rockledge this season have added their eaCO
names to the long list of subscribers of c:>
'*', LaVilla Pharmacy, that; popular and newsy rose pink paper, ---. ESTABLISHED 1875.
Cor. Adams; and Madison Sts., the EAST COAST ADVOCATE, as they =::It

: JACKSONVILLE, FLA. wish their to be absence kept posted, and upon be prepared events during for- t:::: C7 VTJCl._ .4' __ .:SO-o-:8S: & CO.

their next season's visit.

_ ;1 E. H. ARMSTRONG Mr. and Mrs. E. H.- Nicholl, and their _. cflC3 c-2 4l GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS
t little son' Allison, of North Amherst, =::I -C' l r
F?? !YI Ohio, accompanied by Mr. Nicholl's father + ,.y 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
:..:* a I ...Sl>ccialist... and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Nich =::I
,, oll, have been making quite an extensive Titusville Florida. Orders Solicited. Satisfaction handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay
.'>'.H.. '1 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. tour of the east and south coasts of Florda i Guaranteed Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright an
1 : dark at wholesale. State for Fertilizer Co.
Tygert-Allen
I -taking in Palm Beach, Miami and THE agents
J MOST COMPLETE
,{ 'f Havana., This pleasant party are now' Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds, Star Brand Fertilizers Analysis, Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer,Pare Groan

i tJ Located at Clarke's Pharmacy. N. E. guests at this charming little hotel, Electrical Supply House States:: Jltusvllle: Fla. superior Bone, Nitrate in the Soda market, Muriate,and a of trial Potash will convince.Sulphate Potash Send for Kalnit Catalogue, etc.free.These fertilizers have IK
9 where they have been for some days and
i Cor. Bay and Laura Streets speak very highly of It and the climate
of Rockledge. .THE JOHNSON LAW GO.
... MRS. DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE, "
Only Specialist and exclusive dealer In There have been a great many large The "Ideal'Hat Fastener.
Optical Goods permanently located in catches of fish here this season; and ELEOTRICIANS, TITUSVILLE, FLA.
the most ardent ,workers is Mr.
the the round. Eyes carefully among
city year
and scientifically tested, and glasses correctly R. L. Griffith, of Providence, R. I. This Jacksonville, Florida. Y :Bicyclists will find it a BOOI
fitted. Oculists' prescriptions gentleman will\ be seen up early in the Board and Room, One Dollar Per Day. ,.

.j carefully tilled. All prices Just and morning attending to his fishing tackle, The most useful and salable invention out. 'No hat pins required for hats ort
and his from the Rocklodge
wending way
reasonable and absolute
n accuracy guar Hotel[ with a box of lunch under one 'When In need of White and Rye Bread, bonnets.t .
anteed. arm, and the rod and reel in the other; Pies, Cakes, eta., go to Mrs. Deisner's Great inducements to agents. Quick sales and large profits. Send for particulars -
Office hours:. 0:00: a. m. to 4:1)0::) p. m. Mr. Griffith has surely won the palm, as t City Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses, and cireulrrs.' Address, "I. IL F," No. 700 South Pry r St.,
Northeast Cor. Bay and Laura Sts., at one of his last catches of note was 10 hotels and families supplied. W-[ Prompt attention given. Atlanta, Ga.

Clarke's Pharmacy.For. fish, weighing 157 pounds. -

,After a very successful season, Hotel {
Sale. Indian River closed Its doors after din. r .' NEAR & TAYLOR,
net on Tuesday. As the tourist travel 4 Chance of Life Time !
a 1
i l has thinned down considerably, Proprle- ) Aritsian Well
At Daytona, Fla., five and ten acre or.'Proskey deemed it unadvisable to : ,
I i lots choice vegetable and ,orange lands. keep the l otel open longer, as 'It is the 1 : mffinh s
;r'Pi Cheap for cash, or will\ make liberal largest on Indian River; therefore, with 1'I\
J lurt 1KAliUKb'
t '" terms. Address, BUCKMAN such a big staff to keep this house going t l' .A magnificent property will be sold at a..,,
COURTLAND (the expense being greater than the income ., l&J.[{ $$' I! Ean Gallle Fla. II
Jacksonville Fla. l
*,< 4 22 Hogan St., ,, ), ho closed the doors for the sea a M ,
son of 1800. Mr. Proskey's many friends
hope to see him here next season.
Perkins Is
f h "Sam Dyeing. -Please write us whenever you fail to I GENUINE BARGAIN I
LaLande cell "V for
Mr. and Mrs. Levy and daughter, Miss Edison type receive the ADVOCATE. ;
1'4 a Gentlemen's clothing Cleaned, pressedand Ellen, of Louisville, Ky., have been sojourning marine gas engine Ignition.
repaired. Dyeing in all Us branches. at the New Rocklodgo Hotel
v Old clothing made to look equal to new. the; past month. This pleasant family con
River
j About eight acres of Grove In as fine condition as any on Indian ,
AH orders by mall or express promptly) are "knights of the rod and reel." One
Tackln!
i ; attended to. Prices low. Work good. of the best catches they made while here GAY B BROTHERS taming; a comfortable six room Cottage, large Cistern. and the finest

Satisfaction guaranteed. was on Monday, when, in two hours, louse in Drevard County. ,
:' SAM PEHKINS, Cleaner and Dyer, they landed about 80 pounds of trout Situated about mid-way between Rockledge and Cocoa; Convenient to tli
', Tltusvllle, Fla. one of the fish weighing 14' pounds andtwo
Churches Stores etc. of both.
10 years In Sanford, Fla. others 10 pounds each. Mr. and ,
I r Mrs. Levy and daughter have visited Palatkn Plift. GROCERS. For further particulars, apply toWALTER
It different winter resorts, ,but they enjoy ,, GOODYEAR,
t 2ST" Reading notice ads. on this page tocklodgo better than any of them. Dept. A., 3to7W. 20th\ St.,

are live cents per line per week. On Monday evening last quite a select We make a Special Feature of our v New York, >. T

euchre party was given at the Now Rock-

; .pICNIC AT INDIANOLA. ledge hotel, In honor of J. G. Bennett Mail Order Department.Knowing .
.
anti his charming sister, Miss Bennett. When In JACKSONVILLE
I' ...>t At the close cf the game the following The Clyde.

The annual picnic and ball given bythe players were found to be the winners of how difficult It Is In some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES Visit the 1nP1.The .
1 Indianola Social Club, Friday, the prizes: First prize, Miss Grace Pat-
with the of having them filled
send their orders assurance
March 21th at Indianola was largely attended 2nd Miss W. E. Bennett CHEAP, families can us
: ersou; prize, finest
and carefully and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory.Ve SALOON In the South.
promptly ;
tpI from all points on the River and and Mrs. Manget tied; they cut, and thealter
the stock of Grocery House in East Florida, and hate
carry most complete any
was also enjoyed by a number of tourists ; lady won the prize; 3rd prize,
stopping at the hotels in Rockledge, Mrs. J. O. Walton, Mrs. Albert L. Bailey many articles! not usually found In other and smaller houses. The best liquors that can biif
Cocoa, Merrltt and City Point and Miss Genevieve Barnes tied; upon SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST. money

q The day was perfect one. The Steam cutting, the latter lady won; 4th, Mrs.F. .
or Courtenay, which made a special trip Sanford and Mrs; 1) S. Demster, and of all the favorite brands
:' from down ,the River brought large Hiss Levy tied; and the prize was FOR STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE constantly on hand.
{ crowds to the picnic grounds, which awarded to Miss Levy upon cutting\ ; the .
,' were situated In the cleared hammock of consolation prize was won by Mrs. H. P. SMITH & MUNCH, Proprietors.

)Mr., John Field's place, where the toothsome shares. The gentlemen's prizes were Benedict Pollak & Co. Wholesale House.
r viands were spread and the sports won as follows: First prize, R. L. Grlfth ,
took place. "* ; 2nd prize Fred Schoonmaker; In aiJEWELED.

) The beef shoot had a large number of this John O. Shares, J. O. Walton and Mosquito Netting, made and unmade, .fine mesh. Netting and Screen WATCHES CLOCKS SI
"' entrees. The first prize was won by Dr F, W. Schoonmaker tied; :3rd, was won Cloth.) Ducks and Georgia Checks and Cottonades. Coats Cotton, In all num- ,
0 C. L. Hill. The sweep-stake pigeon by E J. Elchengreen; 4th, by T. G. Bennett -
hers, 41cts. per doz. Show Cases, old or new ones. Special attention paid toorrespondence.
shooting was also enjoyed by a number and the consolation prize by W. II, Traveling men on the road constantly. We only sell to dealers, Diamonds
t ot crack shots. The turkey pull dist Schoonmaker Mr. Bennett and his sister corporations and hotels. Anything usually kept by storekeepers in our line we e e e Jewelry ]
line horse-acriding winter visitors to this beautiful ,
played some.very are regular have In stock. Liberal terms and liberal treatment.
but owing to the size of the neck It could spot.; They left for their homeIn Present!
not be pulled of!. so was knocked down New York on Tuesday's Florida BENEDICT POLLAK & CO., Souvenirs, Wedding Rings and

t to the highest bidder.ID Special train, and' regret, through 32, :bi, 36 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
the evening a large number gathered pressure of business that they had to REPAID
$ at the hall and tripped the light; .leave so early. During the two months y FINE WATCH and JEWELRY
fantastic 'till the,"wee rna' hours of they sojourned at this well-kept hotel, &LYEit
,,morn. they had many nice card parties, In E.WADDELL A SPECIALTY.
r The cake walk, which was given by which Mr. and Miss\ Bennett were very Spectaclesand, Eyeglasses. RILES,
Charges R. J.
paid one:>
9 two unknown gentlemen, was one of the uocessful. Miss Bennett won a sterling Miami City and Dade County ay.
finest exhibitions of the kind ever seen liver bracelet, a very handsome Turkish 225 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE,
io this section. belt buckle and a consolation prize. Mr.
The muslo by Prof. Koerger, Interspersed Bennett won an imported minnow and avery Estate Bureau.
: by elections on the piano by handsome carved cane, made of Real ANDREW LOSLEY.
)Mrs. 0. L. Hill, was rendered to the delight Spanish cedar also a very handsome. ...
of all.Financially. : carved napkin holder. We all look for.ward .
+ the effort of the club wasa I with pleasure to seeing Mr. and A Select List of BAY BISCAYHE PROPERTY, City Lots, Fruit and Vegetable WATCHMAKER and JEWEL!
received to liquidate next
The funds go Hiss Bennett among us season.
: success.the debt on ,the building they Tracts of all sizes (for Iniestients. Phosphate and Orange Grove Lands on A

now occupy,' and hope to give better Titusville i
after West Coast._. .._ Florida.CILarK'a .
amusements paying ,
prizes and more THE J., T. & K. W. R'Y.-SALE.
i lor it.Never.- For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for ( : DRUG BTOM.)
ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS, Having been connected with tome of the biggest watch and clock factories
fall to read our Inside pages. On :Monday next, the sale of the above Fertilizers, Chicago, IlL Chicago, IlL Geneva, Switzerland, I am prepared to attend to all kinds of repairing and cleeto.
to In- railway will take place at DeLand, and log connected with watches, clocks Job do
find something jewelry, If want a good
You will always the question which mostly agitates the Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI; FLORIDA. send me your work. you
Direst you.

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