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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: April 7, 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: UF00075918:00014
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
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LOCAL NEWS W-BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc.-a nice assortment 1 F. W. BEERS, OF ST. AUGUSTINE, BOYDELL BUGS. PAINTS varnishes WILL HAVE IN A few days some
,
Titusville.Mrs. \ .at Screven'a Drug Store' Fla., has the largest line of Bicyclesand and brushes, 0 K Queen cook stoves, nicely painted and stenciled l Stlling',: AMONG THE HOTELS.

( of General Interest. Sundries in the State. Write him Linseed oil, colors ground In oil. All Florl d Topics for prices on new 09 models. came In since the freeze; come In and we are the only ones on the WHKRR to stop.See list of hotel oa

R. C. Creech, of Banyan, was a get the benefit of the reduced prices. East Coast who handle these good our 7th and 8th pages
THE ADVOCATE, pleasant caller at this office yesterday. En. STILINO, Cocoa, Fla They will be sold nt a reduced price
Messrs. Wm. M. Brown and E. L. The
AnvooATK Is '
in advance. Send In order to now on file at all
I I $1.80 per annum, '. -Capt. R. A. Hardee, passed through Brady are at Miami. EDWARD your STiuxa Cocoa Fla. the best hotels in New York city.
months ,
jl'.OO six here -We have had callers at
Tuesday, en route home to Sebas- -Look numerous
out for of scheduleover
12.00 per an. to foreign countries. tian. He had been on a visit to Jack- the F. E. C. Ry.a change this office of late, stating that their or- Hotel Royal Potnclana, Palm Beach, I
Reading notice ads. are ten cents ville.\ sage and grape fruit trees are all In will close on Monday next, the 10th Inst.

fflne on this page.Dr. -Brevard County School Board had a caller-Mr.at C.this II. Rooks office, of White City, was bloom. GROW-ORANGES. Manager JOB. P. Vlnlng, of the Colon.

visitedm Its usual monthly meeting the first of on Friday. -Col. C, C. Post, of City Beautiful, nadcH, City Beautiful, was a recent visItor
F. Iloughton ANKONA FI.A. 1SIW.
and Mrs.week. the week, when the payment of bills and The Daytona Commonwealth has been Is still !going; ahead with his Improve- April' to Itockludge.

[ Beach this other matters were attended to. appointed the official gazette of the City ucutft. We want a few more such en- FdaurIndia n Klrfr Advoeatt i Hotel Royal Palm, Miami will remain I

_-Irs. Wm. Jarvis, of Cocoa, paid -It would pay our merchants to ad- Council and Town of Daytona. I iWo torpiising men. As one of the lessons of the last freeze open until Monday next, ,the 10th of

jtusville a visit on Tuesday. vertise a little more than they do in the acknowledge receipt of a copy of the people of south Brevard. have learned 1 April.

.-Yr. C. D. Provost, a prominent ADVOCATE. People generally patronize Governor W. D. Hloxhani's message to ):aster Sund..,.. For n certainty that the country south of Chief Clerk Fred C. King, of Hotel ,

rchant of Lotus, gave our office a those stores that bid for their patronage. the Legislature-printed in pamphletform. Sebastian River is pcifcctly safe for loyal[ Polnclana, Palm Beach, has returned

asant call on Tuesday. Messrs. E. L. Brady & Bro., of thisplace Easter Sunday In Tltusvlllo dawned orange and grape fruit trees. from A trip to Nassau, N. P.
In the south of the
have been -Mr. J. B. Conrad a well-known us bright and clear, the day beln Many people part
their brick upon
WEEK.Mr. having store
EMIUM SALE NEXT county would plant more of the trees If Mr. T. A. Hungerford, of Now York,
this mill owner and lumber merchant of a delightful one with a cool, pleasant
painted week. Mr. Knox has the editor and
had suitable land. The of of the Hotel Ga-
and Mrs. W. W. Carter, of Dayna and Glenwood Fla. arrived in town wind blowing. Services were held In amount proprietor
contract land
making a good job of it, yester along the river from Ft. Pierce to totto, who has been spending the winter
callers at this office the and Methodist
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| pleasant day. Episcopal, Presbyterian
were
NEXT WEEK'S PREMIUM SALE.Mr. churches. south side of the county, suitable for ftt Hotel Royal Poinclana, Palm Beach,
terday. -Rev. H. Kel wln,who gave our officea oranges Is very limited and In many expects to arrive in New York about

Attorney A. J.Lewis, of Fort Pierce, :. J. M.Randalla well-known win- cull yesterday, said he had started Leland. places pineapple growers have cut down the first of May. Editor Hungorfordthinks1
a been spending couple of days in ter visitor to Titusville, Eau: Gallie and four Presbyterian Churches while In Death of their windbreaks, thus damaging! their the pink paper pretty good one

Iwn.lMr.. Melbourne, writes us that he has left Dade County.Mr. prospects for orange growing for the East Coast of Florida

Frank 'E. Bond, of the Bond Magnolia Springs, Fla., for Summer- and Mrs. J. O. Walton 'and Warren F. Leland, a former proprietorof I am writing this specially to Inform The Abbey hotel, St. Augustine U .
ville S. C. Hotel Windsor, Jacksonville, and pro- your readers that I have for sale belonging ,
lumber Co., was in town a short while Claude Walton left here, Saturday last, doing good business under the a
hotel New York -
>rletor of tho Windsor to myself In Townships 34 to 40, management
b Tuesday. ,Attorney George M. Robbins, who on a trip to Ormond, :St.: Augustine, which was destroyed by fire on March ho finest body of land In the county for of Lockwood A Tendon, and all

|-Purser C. R. Gaillard left for St. has been attending to law matters in Jacksonville\ and other places. 17, died at 5::54 o'clock Tuesday after. above purposes. The land lies on both the guests speak very highly of It. It la

ugustine: on Wednesday, on a few days'sit Jacksonville\ and St. Augustine\ returned -Mr. F. C. Hewitt, of New York, who noon at the Hotel Glenoble. Mr. Le- sides of the railroad, In the region 2} to situated on St. George street, near the
to relatives. home Wednesday night, just in time for has been spending the winter at Mel. and'ft death followed an operation for 4 miles north of St. Lucie Station, a few old city gates and Fort Marlon, with A
the masquerade ball. bourne brought up one of his boats the appendicitis on Friday last. miles above Indian Hlver Inlet. This fine view of the bay from which thero

-Mr. John H. Cooper, of in New town York left, Mrs. C. D. Tyler, of the St. George end of last week, and had it housed on land Is part heavy hickory and oak with Is always a cool breeze.

pier spending for Daytona.a day or so hotel, St. Augustine, writes the ADVOCATE Nelson's ways until next season. Quay Seventeen Votes Short. the approved yellow soil-, and part heavy Thou. Kennedy, head hallmanand

jeiterday that her hotel will remain open until -Mr. M. E. Gruberformerly of Titus low hammock. front clerk of Hotel Oimoixi, wan form
I-Mrs. Robt. Motlow and family, and the first of May. Readers will please ville, but now prominent merchant of Pursuant to an agreement entered up- Prices will be reasonable, and any one erly at Hotel I Waldoif and Hotel St. An-
HISS Settle Daniel left here Wednesday, make a note of this. '' In the county who may be contemplating liew Now York
also
in fouf
West Palm Beach, arrived town yesterday on 'Tuesday, nt Harilsbuig, Pennsylvania ; seasons at 1
lor Cocoa, on a few days' visit to friends. -Among those in town this week to attend to little private mat- the anti-Quay republicans planting trees can see the land by call. lion All, Augusta, Oa., and at Hotel '
InK on mo or writing\ me making nr
I -After a visit of several weeks at the were: John Houston, Eau Gallie: JohnN. ter In which he was deeply interested.Mr. dropped Congressman Dalzell and cast ran ementa In advance. Haven't wu ]Royal PolnclRIIIllud..r; H. W. Merrill,

iummitt Orange grove, Mr. J. J. Jacob, Waller, Ankona; John II. Sams, Gruber's many old-time friends are their ballots for Judge Stewart, of learned the need of diversity by this during thu season of 180.1.: He will return -

if f Wheeling, W. Va., returned to town Courtenay; I S. F. Gibbs, Melbourne;; glad to see him here. franklin County. 'f eliday'. ballot, time ?1>> Would not young grove of MX) to tho Mount Pleasant (house,
esterday. W. H. Sharpe Sharpes J. F. Wooten, the sixty-sixth, resulted as follows: White Mountains, the coming season
; -Senator E. N. Dimick, of Palm or 1,000 trees be comfort when the
i)5) Jenks (Dem.) 70 Mr. Kennedy I. very obliging\ and atten
Cocoa. Quay (Hep.), ; ;
Roach and L. cold f
left here Representatives Henry nights come
] -Sheriff Jos. P. Brown tive to the
of
Stewart (Rep.), !Hi; total, 222.: Necessary guest as yore.
Parker of Fort Drum and Fred S. C. T. MeCAiiTT
(uesday, for Fort Drum to interview -Hotel Ormond guests were much to a choice, 122. Paired or not .
iwo white men, whose presence he needsn pleased to see Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCarthy Morse, of Miami, were passengers on voting, :'II. Ankona, Fla. We understand that Hotel Colonnades,
Titusville.Miss again installed therein, and also Friday's northbound train, en route to City; Beautiful, will be enlarged the com
to learn that they would not leave for Tallahassee. /Mr. W. J. Tucker, of Fort ing summer. Col. Post the owner, will
who has been Her Las
i Bertha Barelle, the winter isbow their home at Portland, Me., before the Pierce, accompanied them as far as Good Friday. Trip. add .13: bedrooms, the dining-room seating
Stetson University all -
It hotel doors closed. Jacksonville.Mr. rapacity will bo Increased to 250, and
visiting her sister, Mrs. Chas. K. The observance of Good Friday In TI. The steamer St. Sebastian made Its the i office will be made larger. Mr. Jas
I
C. A. Bacon of "No. 0
Xenjon, at Sunbeam.The -Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bellis, of Berlin, near last trip, this season, from Titusville to the Is
"a draw-
Ormond, has the thanks of the ADVOCATE lusvillo was by no moans general, an.1we Vlnlng, manngor, quite
boys are making grand: catches of Wis., are guests of Hotel Magnolia, St. for some jars of delicious guava do not think there were great many PAlm[ Beach, on Tuesday, She will re- ng caul" with the traveling public, the
leave in
sh lately by going out in Banana river about Augustine.a week's They time for expect home to, stopping paste, grape juice, orange marmalade, who devoted this special day in the liturgical turn. to-day and be laid up. Colonnades being full all the winter.
,nd running them down. Dr Bigelow has churches to fasting and medita-
Mr. Bacon
off at Battery Park Hotel, Asheville, N, kumquat paste, etc. Mr*!. 0. D. Tyler, owner anti manager
cavalIl trolling held in the
:aught a ll-lb. Monday by quite a reputation for manufacturing tion. Services wore morning Home turned at Cocoa.
C., for a week or two en route. nf the St. George hotel, Ht. Augustine,
Lotus correspondent. and at St. Gabriel's Episcopal
says our and putting up this class of goods, for evening -
-Mrs. A. Beckerwho has been spending Church when Archdeacon B. F. Br<>wn expects to close about too liUth Inst.,
which he has a large sale throughout the ,
'ES, THE PREMIUM SALE. The residence of Mrs. Cooper was after a very suconsMful season. Mrs.
the winter at City Point, passed United States.Messrs. delivered sermons appropriate to the ,
burned l to'the ground on Sunday afternoon this will take the
of
Tyler, Rummer, charge
-Judge M. S. Jones, after'spending a through here, yesterday, en, route to occasion
; Wm. Hazlewood of Brook and but very little of the household Lake house, Lake George, N. y, The
,
few days with his family in town, ]left Washington,where she will remain some
B.ivod.
his lyn. N. Y., and Ed. Van Hole, of New effects were The tire caught at i Lake house Is n beautiful summer ro-
Wednesday for Orlando, to resume time ere leaving for her home in Mon A 1'alnful Accident. ,
the kitchen stove and the house was and lion at the foot of the Adlron-
here York, who recently passed through Ti sort,
duties as circuit judge. The Judge'smany treal. We hope to see Mrs. Becker .
friends are always glad to see him next season. tusville, have been down at BiscayneBay doomed, before the discovery was made. (lacks We hope Mrs. Tyler will have as

'n town. fishing for tarpon. A late reportto Mr. John Myers, of this place, met big l n success with the Lake house a.
-Mr. J. W. Ballantine, who usually the ADVOCATE says they hauled in with a painful accident on Sunday last. Florida State Atnoclatlon of Burgeon Mho has had with the St George.
-Mr. and Mrs. U. Lee Borden, of New : spends his winters at Sharpes, has returned three fine specimens of the silver king, While going to the Haulover In Mr. Geo. -
York, are pleasantly ]located at Hotel i to his home in Somervllle, N. J., of which they have had photos taken for W. Scolile's launch the forefinger of his Tho Langhnm hotel, Langham place, '
Ormond, where they will\ remain until where he found the weather and roads the benefit of General! Dan D. Wylie and right hand got entangled In the cogs of The fourth annual meeting of the London, England, linn IMHUPI! a yery
the 15th Borden like Mr. and :Miss above association, will be holij at the handsome and Interesting guide book of
Inst. Mr. very bad. Mrs. Ballantlne other New York friends. the launch wheel, taking nearly the
Merrick, is an ardent fisherman, and his Ballantine are at Auburndale, Fla.,, whole of the top of his finger off. He Board of''Trade rooms, Jacksonville, on that city. The book contains ever 300 .
Batches delight the guests of the hotel where expect to remain until the -Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Drinkwater, of 'Tuesday, the 18th I not., at 10 o'clock a. pages, Is handsomely bound in red coven
they Titusville '
returned to as quickly as
when presented to their view. end of the month. Kokomo, Ind., have been enjoying a visIt ilble where the injured member pos-wan m. Dr W. L. Hughlott, of Cocoa, i II with /Kilt edges. A description of the
to St. Augustine They spent the the secretary and treasurer of the asses Langham hotel In followed by an excel
'CAT PREMIUM SALE ? WATCH I WATCH FOR PREMIUM SALE. winter at Melbourne, and visited all the Immediately attended to by Dr,. B, R. lation. lent map of London, showing tho principal .

places of interest along the East Coast. Wilson. railroad\ stations, and a general description

-Mrs. Carrie B. Lockwood, formerlyof -Miss Lillian\ Eacott, who has been These pleasant people enjoyed their A Fine ldenoe Capt. (lua,. of the city, giving\ tlio objects of
Melbourne, has returned to Daytonafrom spending a week with her father at Miami I- visit so much, that they intend returnIng CHURCH NOTICES. the greatest historical Interest. The

Italy, where she has been for quite passed through here, yesterday, en to Indian River next season. Mr book I. certain to be appreciated by

while, studying singing.: As far as we route home to Jacksonville. She was Drinkwater has returned home, and his Rev. John A. Hughes; Starke, will Contractor Decker, of this place, recently Americans visiting London, to whom ,It
can remember, Mrs. Lockwood informedus accompanied by Miss Bessie Wood, of wife will follow about the end of the in the Presbyterian Church, Tlusvllle visited St. Lucle, to estimate on cannot fall to be of great servtco. The ,
before leaving the United States, Dayton, 0.; George Glosser, of Fred- month. The pink paper follows to In- preach next Sunday morning at 11 the building of a fine residence for Cap ADVOCATE: i. In receipt of n copy
that she intended making her head. erickstown O.; and Joseph II. Garrett,, dian.i. ; tain Quay, lion of Senator M. S. Quay
quarters at Florence of Newport, R. I. well- o'clock, and evening ht 7:30.: Senator Quay and family have returnedto Hotel Ormond, under the managementof
-Mr. Dan. %; ,DoVlnne, of the Kev. H. Kelgwln will preach In the their home at Beaver Pa. MoH rH. Anderson & I'rloe, had about!
-Mr. Henry M. Flagllr and party who _Commodore and Mrs. F. D.; Hughes,, known New York DeVlnne Press firm, locklodge[ Presbyterian Church Sunday IOU guests when an ADVOCATE representative
expected to leave St. Augustine, Tuesday of New York, In their fine auxiliary of Lafayette Place, who has been downat morning at 11 o'clock. visited It the first of the week.
for New York, changed their minds, launch Amaryllis, arrived in Titusville Bay View, looking after his pineapple Save Money by Sending for Your Horses and carriage were In much demand -'

and passed through Titusville, Wednesday Sunday last, from Miami, where they plantation, spent from Wednesday until Archdeacon B. F, Brown will hold Groceries to the Magnolia I and a nourishing business wa.
en route to Nassau for a few day*!. have been spending the winter. They yesterday in town, whel) he left for Jack Divine service on Sunday: next at Come ,done. The office force I. about

The Rev J. N. Macgonigle and wffe, of gave: our office a pleasant call while In Bonvllle and other points, en route home. tenay at ICKUO:: a.., m., and 3:30: p. m. at Grocery Co., Jiickwonvllle the being same ". at the commencement of theaeasonJ

8t Augustine, also accompanied Mr. town, and left yesterday afternoon for lIe informs us his pineapple plantationwas Merritt. Florida. and I. composed of the follow.

Nagler to Nassau. New :Smyrna.: The pink paper will fol- not BO badly damaged by the freeze Rev. E. N. Bell will preach at the Ing: L. II. Bingham, of New Britain,

low them to New York. as pleased he was to led see to this believe.jovial New We are Yorker always on Baptist church, Tltusvllle, morning and 10-lbn granulated sugar... . . fl.OO Conn., chief clerk, who hold a similar

YOU WILL MAKE NO MISTAKE BY Indian River evening on Sunday next, April I'th. All ;l.lb..whlleO( .. . . 1.00! house\ at the New Mount Pleasant

by buying your Lewis' CO, Mount Ver- Notice to Trespassers. are cordially Invited. 12-Ibs, green coffee.. ., . .,. .. 1.10* In the White Mountains, In the
non, Hunter's Rye, Old Valley Rye, ().Ibs. Arbuckle' coffee . 1.00 summer; II. G. Marvin, assistant room

,Uias. L. Adams Old Buchanan, ( ourI..sh wood the Towels! Towels !! Spring and Summer Goods. D. H. bacon, per pound. .OJ clerk, formerly proprietor of Tarpon
), and"many other brands of All persons cutting upon Breakfast bacon, .0 and .W Spring hotel, and manager of SooNItLodge | .
good Crabb's Delespine Grant or otherwise trespass .c Lake Sunapee, N H., during the '
Dually whiskies Shoulder, . .'tt
3-174t. hilt thereon, not having secured the Special bargains In towels. Good, I have just returned from New York Picnic ham . . .0* summer season; and A. T. Creamer,
privilege from the undersigned are warn- large linen towels at 11 els., that wouldbe City after purchasing one of the largest Best ham. . . .1010lbs. cashier, who bold a position at the In.

Steamer Sale. ed to desist from such trespass, or of they the a great bargain at :25 cts. at and roost fashionable stock of Spring ( butterine ,. .". . . 1.40 tervale house, White Mountain during
the extent
will be prosecuted to JULIUS KLINK'S.Titusville; and Bummer good on the East Coast ol hot eaRon.
The law. AH persons who have been cutting Fla. Florida. Call and examine this fine, Write for prices on other groceries.Good .
Csnaveral light draft stern-wheel steamer, timber are notified to settle with us for stock of good without delay.JULIUHKLINr. delivered to GROCERY .
built in 1891 by the Merrill. at once. MAGNOLIA Co.Jacksonville ., Hotel Lease For Sale.
Stevens the same ,
Co., of Jacksonville. Fla.
& GRAHAM, ,
She is ROBBINS subscriber who want to buy a Tltu.vllle, Fla. -
51 feet long and 15-ft. beam, Titusville Fla. -Any
and draw about 14 Inches; has two round-trip ticket, meals and berth included -' ... East Coast hotel, about 100 rooms;
"''Cn-pressure condensing engines, 6x24.aer : over the Clyde Line, would do Teachers' ExaminationsWill Home of Tourl/fts at Hotel URI furnished complete Including supply of

boiler and engines were put In flrst- WANTED, for June or July delivery., well to write the editor of the ADVOCATE ton. table linen and silverware, Lease I.

cIT, condition by her builders last year. 3.000 Porto Rico slips Address, Tltu.vllle, Fla. for price. We also the dated Sept. 1, 1838 and run. five years,
schoolhouse I
0 be seen at Peter Nelson' yard in 3-41 Gao: H. WBIOHT, Orlando, Fla. have a round-trip ticket over the Mallory be held In public Dalton Oa. I. the gateway to the with privilege of ten year. Annual
'tMvllle.' Address, Line, between Brunswick and New No. 2, Tltu.vllle, Fla., June 6tbl7tb I 8outb.d'ellgbtful climate, superb scen rental for five years, 11,200, payable In
and 8th. Text book in theory anti
ROBBINS 4 GRAHAM, York, for .ale. beautiful drives, good livery,refined monthly Installment of 1100. Reason
t. '. Titusville, Fla. Sloop for Sale or Exchange.] practice;education rei' be psychology, to can
MOTOR plied Whitehall resort 10'r all tourists from the South. taste for the bu.Ine. The pat season
"Brooklyn," forsaJe;27-ft Wn' WIND MILL Burgess Smith No. 7 St., successful since hotel ,
Sloop, EIG 4uestions Modern hotel, electric bells, elevator, baa been the moat
For 12-ft. beam; in good condition, Steel tower '08e galvanised Atlanta, Ga. In history relating Address HOTEL "
Sale-New Furniture,. long, storage telephone, hot and cold water bath on was built. ,
will be taken frontGreen'
boat. IU Florida I
or exchange for Indian tank; one :21-bbl. 1H. cypress tank;; to .. floor, good table and service, with care ADVOCATE, Tltu.vllle, Fla. k I
hauled Florida. A few every .> ,
River. of
History
At at Merrltt, < drive well cop
lecond-hand-ptc; ; out one HxS6-ln. point; one and
In quantl- reasonable rate. Many tourist resort '\
air, any Address, FBKD AIDBIPOE:, 2lxl6-in. bra. cylinder. New, nevebeen lea on band In my office, price $!.)<<, .eekera bere. Have fifteen
Brooklyn, N. Y. told reach.. Fairbanks' History of Florida Car I come I
will be
WM 4.tl net up; cheap. ticket be Wanted.By .
!
R. CAMPBELL, to be obtained of Drew & Co., Jacksonville, days atop over on or they can.

"Bellevue," Fla.itockledge. Coast,. EDWABD .STIUNO, Cocoa, Fla. price $1.23.: For further informationaddrm extend Fur particular.d. address, July Riots ""
Melbourne, For the then of the East JMO. H. SAM, June or 3,000 Porto
Co. Supt. Public Instruction, D. L. DKTTOB: Proprietor 11 pi. Please quote lowest cash price. -f ,
Schooner-rigged houseboat, Cruiser;; For Sale 0-lt Courtenay, Fla. Dalton, Ga. GKOBOK: II. WIneRY ';;'

Indian River, new government register,28 tons;stale 3-t7 4t. Orlando, Ylorlda.s :

Tias one of the- -mat attractive and rooms; accommodation for station 1Q persona, Ea.'6 About 2,000 feet of R R. Iron; weight I pWINO TO THE LATE FREEZE, :I FOR SALE-One 16-ft cypress row.: f

nor dtOcked i" stores on the East Coast of Now ready at Welt Jupiter reasonable. 5-25lb,to the oot. Price Seta. per fool i j will now close out my stock at reduced boat, now. AH copper fastened, Empty Fish Ilorrel for Sale.
Coat Line. Term very old stock trimmings, varnished natural wood; -
Qeeda. can find at Courtenay dock. pricea. No ; everything I
Fitting out crui..nglparties Address or apply on board, Call or write, EDWABD STILIXO, new.tbl winter. coat *85 to build, will Mil for $50. Address, WALTKB A. MOOBK,
s thej 6. E. STCABSH, owner, St. Charleston 8, C.
\ West Jupiter, F1a. Cocoa, Fla. ED. STILIMG, Qocoa, Fla ED. STIUNO, Cocoa, fa.t ) 8 George .
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f 2 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, APRIL 7, 1899.

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!* finest In the countr.y--beD., the large SUP RSTITIO I II I Miilits, Pearl or Cat-taU, 260. per lb. by mail; 15c. te
: Well Manx sale for them Rios I SEEDS frcllht. German, beet for hay, $2.10 per bushel Katlr ? 0
Every -<*" white'and red Otso, Jerusaiettr corn 2Octa. ib Coro
a. per by mail
Ed said of the
to be ; lOc
DeCoursey one
Notwithstanding all boasted civilization
our :
x: Hath His III Day." most popular\ "boat! ten at Qr>ngnd. iin 4L t efforts of the' Thirteen J. T. Cleveland .baa. gone to Miami. lb bT express or rel6ht. sorghum, eart1 orange, 20cta per lb. by lIIail
returned lOcU lb. freight.
Mr and Mrs. have express or
Hauey
and Mrs. J. F. Hathaway of West I
are'not
Mr. '
Clubs few there of who '
)lop are
.. A doctor's examination SomervilleV. ){au., ard'" "still. .sojourning$ la the Innermost .recesses\\p of our,'after.. .*a weeks cruise tw to.Palm. Beach. Peanuts" Spanish, $I.60.per,bushel. Chufas, $3.50 per bushel.
At,the .OYmcnd. James E. Andrews has sold his pineapple i Seed: Corn in variety.Cow .

a, might show that kidneys, A. N. Mayo left for the north on Satur- hearts afraid of the simple number 13, plantation to ,a party from 'New Peas, market prices.

liver and stomach are normal, day, leaving Mr. and Miss Mayo at the ,says the Philadelphia:Times. Deny it as Jersey. Write for price list.

Ormond until its close, on the 15th Inst. we may, an unpleasant emotion arises In )lr. and 'Mrs. W. Rea will noon leave L. CAMERON Seedsman

but the doctor cannot analyze Mrs. G. Wheatland, Mrs. W. S. Stearns us If unwittingly we sit down to dinner for Ankona to take care of O. E. An- ,

the blood upon which these and Mrs. A. S. Rogers, of Salem, Mass., where thirteen people are to eat. This drews' plantation.Mr. 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE: FLA

ale a pleasant party now sojourning at* number, however, was not always regarded and Mrs. W. Miller, who have

organs depend.Hood's the Ormond. as unlucky; In fact, there is been spending a few months with their

; Sarsaparilla purifies, vitalizes J. M, Foote and Mrs. Foote have returned plenty of evidence In the folklore of son, will return to their home loYounRS-, ,: Insecticides and Powder Guns.Read

and enriches the blood. It cures you to Ormond from their visit to many ancient Oriental peoples to show town, 0., this week. SI

when "a bit off" or when seriously Palm Beach and Miami to spend the Oeo. Ilea and his mate, the German
that olden It held
In times
as a lucky
;f afflicted. Itnever dixfipjxiint*. balance of the season at the Ormond.Mr. was I' count, have returned, having spent three _
husband had dyspep number. The history of the Persians, 'I Sewalls the from Mr. Drown well known the East
Dyspepsia- and Mrs. G. W. Metteson and weeks at their flsh camp at following. so on Coast :
cured him. the natives of India, and of the aboriginal Point.. They report plenty of sand-flies, "HrroLUXO FLA.
Our little boy was nervous and the baby Miss Metteson, of providence R. I., on Nov 18, 1893.
'I. had ulcerous gores. It cured both." MR*. account of the unfavorable weather' Indians of our own Western conti- but very few fish. "MR. C., R. TYSEN,

EMMA Br.nr., Portage, Pa. north, have decided to remain at the nent, amply proves this fact. Biblical JACKSONVILLE, FLA :

Indigestion- could not eat for florae Ormond for the balance of the seasons students also well know that in Testamentary THE!: EFFECTS OF THE GRIP are over- "Dear Sir:-I have been using the Laurel Green I got from you this

'\. I tion.month Hood's on account Sarsaparilla of distress cured and me IndlltellI so that- Mrs. B. B. Hamilton! of Brooklyn, N. ', times the Jews were of the same come the byllood'blood !Sarsaparilla tones the which stomach purifies -, on three acres of beans, and never saw anything to equal it. There is not a seas wort

'J I can eat and sleep well." MRS. (I. A. Jcirrr, Y., sister of Mrs. S. V. White, after a opinion In regard to the mystic number. strengthens the ,nerves and makes the to be seen. Put on with a powder gun. I find land plaster is not required. It j
:' Taylor and Walnut Sts., Wilmington, Del. prolonged stay at the Ormond, has returned and acting well on tomatoes and eggplants, J. BROWS"
Thirteen cities were especially dedicatedto whole system vigorous healthy.
home, leaving her sister to flnisl Write to me (Chas. 11. Tysen, Jacksonville) for pamphlets am
-
;Jfoodj SallJa >lUi up the tlCason. the priestly tribe; thirteen high priests A vegetable: cathartic that can be relied quotations.

Mr. and Mrs. II. Leo Borden have returned descended from Aaron; thirteen kingssat upon to do its work thoroughly-llood's
from their, second business tripto In the high Council of the ancients; PilU.
GEORG MARX. JOHN
i' New York, and will remain' at the preparations for the feast of the Pass MARX
:. _llood'i Pill r.urllllnr Inc|the non-Irrltating andonly Ormond until Its close. Daily he
f t7ie may over were begun on the thirteenth dayof Malaria: cannot find a lodgment in the
cathartic to rilth HnoA'i rii_>purlllTu_ : be seen fishing in the surf, 'where he 1w1Li 'BROS.Wholesale
liver is in order.
the
system while perfect
the month of Mizan, and the holy Incense .
makes hauls of the tribe.
big finny
5": Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine is
consisted of thirteen different Dealers In
*"1 Mr. and Mrs. C. WI Seamans, Miss the best regulator.
Mabel Seamans Miss Seamans odors. Among the long since extinct
.f.c .. .z@ANAD.thDVO Dorothy GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE.
Gons and maid; Miss :Maude Courtney, Miss tribes of South America: the number ,' and Whukey rblti ,,,

( Watson, Miss Kelness, all of Brooklyn, had'a sacred and divine meaning especially P'I U cured at home -without
N. Y., will spend a part of April at the rain Book of par I
among the ancient Incas and Az O 40 tlcu srnt rRE6 131 and 133 East Bay Street and 6 and 8 Newnan Street
Oi. mond. of the firm of
Mr. Seamans tttarm'i++ OR ". M WUUl.lt CO.
CITE Seamans, Wykcoff & Benedict, the well- tecs. The inhabitants of Peru counted .. uillce. 104 North Pryor 8t. J aoksonvl.11o: : ; Florida
known manufacturers. of the.Remington seven days, without any particular

*i!;:5i .c'* n from typewriter.here. They will go to. Washington name, In the week. Their year had ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY

seven times fifty-two days, or four times COTTON AND

r Hotel Ormond bad a cake walk on thirteen weeks. A father was compelled -
.., U Flid evening, which wall participatedin to support his child to the thirteenth i We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas
I by many guests of the house. There I guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We wan
I 'C were tea couples on the .floor-in cos- year. The Aztecs had weeks of tblrtt'.endaYII LINEN NETTING I your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased

tume and blacked, to Imitate the negro., each with special name. Their i II I I MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.

After going through many intricate figures public archives were of circular form, W- We only Sell to Dealers.
,:, : which took about one and a half with a sun In the center of each of the
it hour, the judges'-Messrs. M. J. Mur-
thirteen composing It and their
phy, of Detroit; F. F. Olney, of Provi- parts :
+y III I dence; and E. A. DX; of Orange, N. J. tribes number thlrten. It is an Interest- CMS A. S s Lcr sz & CO.J

-decided to award the cake to Mills Ing fact, and one well worth looking up TACKLE DEALERS IN -

..' Myrtle Patterson, of Chicago, and B. W. by any American boy, that several of FISHING ,
\ Currkr, of Lynn, Mass., as they were PJ.n.e: Winos: 23.CL: L:1Q.: u.ors,
the events of occurred
great our history Superior quality Linen Gill Netting
considered to be the best walkers on the
floor. The next day an April fool's cake on the 13th of the month and more es- made from Knox's Scotch thread. 417 A: 419 W. Bay St.,

j was sent from tJJe'Ponce de Leon to Mr. pecially on a Friday.., Samples and estimates cheerfully furn '
JACKSONVILLE FLA.
.. Currier, by friends. It was sent a& a etc. n1Nlt. ,
$% : Isbed. Corks, Leads, Lines, out.tttta.aunnm..nr.
A torpid liver causes depression of .
fTASA J. S. JOHNSON & CO., a w. "wo.a.CNIUC.
Volcanic EruptionsAre spirits, indigestion, constipation, head- # Agu nato May Recover
a ache. Use Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Manufacturers,
I''I.'! 6 10RE grand, but skin. eruptions rob life Medicine to stimulate that organ. 121 South St., BALTIMORE, MD. ,". His reason with Dewey's and Otis']
5t "
,\ of joy. Buck ten's Arnica Salve cures ti ? judicious doctoring. Dewey's ira
them, also old running'and fever sores, rr2.:.. is reducing the swelling of hN

t;.. ulcers, bolls, felons, corns, warts, cuts, head, just as our high grade andl
I bruises, burns, scalds, chapped hands, pure Blum's Rye Whiskey will reJ
chilblains. Best pile cure on earth. duce your cold, cough, grip, etc.,
y'lr' Ormond Beach. Drives out pains and aches. Only 25cts; "Hurry Up.and Dig the Nicaragua l 4t when used, properly. There I

it't-: a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by F. S. Canal," Wt? nothing like our fine Blum's pur
ei Whiskey for preventing chills,
ChaiTeo, druggist.> ,0 Rye ;
:. Hotel Coquina will not'close until the John Bull says to Uncle Sam, "I will I colds, grip or pneumonia, and this
:J> 15th of May. \ help you all I ean." Any one that wants to is the kind of weather to use it.
The lion spirit of greed I build stores, houses, cottages or fences we
:
rA. 'of Mrs.the- M.Coquina Vance hotel and niece, visited, Miss Jack80nrille Nellie-, to lie down with the lamb, but i It will aid by Willing them lumber, shingles, nr- Blum's Pure Rye Whiskey, 7 years old, delivered to any part of the Stat

:: the first of the week. wants the lamb inside.Rensarkable. laths, clap-boards, flooring, brick and lime express prepaid, for $3.20.
!J: ,
by quoting them prices that will enable
?: Mr. and Mrs, Chag.. McCarthy of them to do it at a figure that no one can

;V. Portland, Me., are still at the Ormond, 1tel&oue. make such a close estimate on in this
Y. where they will remain until it closes. Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainfield, Ill., town. fl HTIPS."

t C Ormond's beautiful drives are much makes the statement that she caught BUILDERS'. SUPPLY CO., '
cold, which settled on her lungs she was The word tip means different things ,
appreciated, and the hotel guests keep ; f St. Augustine, Fla. & k
'':,,. Anderson & Price's horses and carriages treated for a month by her family physician t 1 /ti in different places. In a barber chair 01
'
continually\ on the go. but grew worse. He told her she ; fl restaurant it Is "a gratuity" given for
was a hopeless victim of consumption
a'Y 'I
The Tomoka III sUll making regular i f extra good service. Another kind of
and thatno medicine could) cure her. I
trips to the cabin, at the head of the Her druggist suggested Dr. King's New irr tlpl[ is a "straight tip. That's a bit of

, Tomoka river, where luncheon is servedto Discovery for consumption; she bought B6TAIII.I8HED 1880. friendly advice, and that's what we arc

. '{',:, those who visit that picturesque spot. a bottle and to her delight found herself giving you when we tell you to try our

.( W. F. Huntley, of Jacksonville, 111., IN benefited from first dose. Sheoontlnuet Bond: Lumber Co. beer. If you are'In the business, sell it;
one of the noted fishermen who has been its use and after taking six bottles, found ,
l I stopping at the Ormoml.( Among other herself sound and well; now does her if you are not, drink it. It !js made from

F fish lie hauled in on Saturday lust, was own housework, and Is as well as she ever Manufacturers of and Dealers in the purest materials, and we guarantee
t a tine -i-lb. trout. was. Free trial bottles of this great it to be perfectly pure.

. It said that when that Massachusetts discovery at F. S. Chalice's drug store. LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING ,
Is Only 50 Ants and $1; every bottlo guar CEILING, .r/a..MT..5,,.
" .;, gentleman took an Impromptu, bath In anteed. .
" '['e't the Halifax river, with his overcoat on, Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange Address,

, It was one of the most amusing incidents Any woman, according to Mrs. Jeuncss and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence. G. MULLER & CO.,
, of the season-to .the onlookers.consolation .
I Miller, can gut along, on two dresses a Saw, Planing and Shingle: Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at Jacksonville, Fla.
the event of Mr.
prizein year. This seems like economy) ; but DeLand and Titusville Co.
,
.: Currier losing the prize cake. This sec Agts for Acme Brewing
. ond cake was a very largo ono, beautifully there was Mrs Eve, who got along, 'to Acme Brewing Co., Macon, Ga.

, frosted and ornamented, as well as begin with, on no dress at all. .

being of light weight. Ask Mr. Curlier H. A. HODGES.... ,

about It. MANUFACTURER OF EASY RIDING

I Jlrs. M. M. Miller( with her son,. C.
Menzles, of Battleboro, Vt., have de ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber... All the time and speed when you
cided to remain at the Ormond until the want it is a great feature ofThe
.. close of season. Mr. Miller was recentlythe ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.

winner of a silver cup given by the n Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples! or oranges or building in &tea ting :Bicycle.
Ormond Golf Club. any part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. The saw mills are locatedat ..

Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J., T, K. NV. Ry. Lumber delivered to any
:Manager John Anderson, of Hotel part of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES, Buffalo: Bluff, Ela. Here are some Keating points for your consideration\
Ormond, has practically demonstratedthe w ," 'Y'-
value of fires in orange groves during -- The Frame makes it
I, freezes. In that part of his grove STRONG.
where fires were lighted, some of his SAW ANI V1.ANINO MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YAKDPttUtka
\, Fla. E. hay St., Foot of Catherine.'W'ILSON The Construction makes it
trees hardly lost a loaf, and are In bloom.
DURABLE.The .
f' C. M. Merrick, wife and two daughters -
CYPRESS COMPANY
"\ of Now Brighton, Pa., have spent Bearings give it
I the entire season at the Ormond. Mr. SPEED.

.::1. : Merrick has made some 'big catches of Manufacturers of The Double Roller Chain
trout this week off Ormond bridge. In
In military prisons in offender is tome-
All, he has hauled In 100 trout this sea- times sentenced to carry cannon balls from MAKES IT FLY

son. one place to another and pile them up all Cypress Lumber{ Shingles and Lath. #i Up hill,, down hill, on* the tour, road or track
I day long. That is all. Perhaps does not ,
1 Mr. and Mrs. Elias Thomas, Miss seem very terrible but it soon wears his; 'It has No Equal. &-
,I Helen Thomas, Elias Thomas jr., and life out It i* practically a death sentence, A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles, Send for Catalogue.
: W. W, Thomas, jr., of Portland, Me., and be know it; he would rather be shot. band
' old guests of the Mount Pleasant house, Many a lick man feels the same way about lath and pickets always on thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress KEATING WHEEL COMPANY
t White Mountains, will spend the remainder the burden of disease that he i I. furffinr mouldings of all patterns specialty. ,
, back and forth from would
of the season at the Ormond as soon be down with day a mortal to day.disease.He It When, at home, write: us for prices; when up our way, come and see us. Middleto\vn, Conn.HOIYTESEEKERS ,

; G. S. Small, of New York, who has will come to that sooner or later.A !
been a guest of the Ormond for the past man's life can be dragged out by
\ dyspepsia and liver complaint. The .
two months, left for home on Monday, perience of Mr. J. T. Cardwelt, of Fall ex. FOR $3.20. :
!' where he has ordered the pink to !
paper Creek Depot, Pittsvlvania Co., Va. shows
,
. .
, \r follow, Mr. Small has had n very en how Dr. Pierce'. Golden Medical Discovery ...... ...
; joyable time, and he, hopes to spend saves people from consumption bywaking Sent to us by Express: postoffice order or New York Exchange: we will : I
,t' next winter at the Ormond. up their, nutritive organism and send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID, II I
giving it power to supply .pure, ,healthy
A Easter congregation was present at blood, which drive out blood; poisons and FOUR FULL QUARTS Who are Seeking a Home in the South should send to. the undersigned for a :

the services at St. John's church dead tissue and builds up sound, wholesome copy of theFlorida
H h on Sunday morning: when Dr. McGraffe flesh and ftiuscle. Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
I feel it duty writes Mr. Cardwell la
" my a
? delivered a very short but appropriate letter to Dr. Here, 'f to write you of the Uitiog '
J sermon. The choir 'was out benefits derived from the UK of Dr. Pierce'
. } and Mrs; M. Vance sang a solo, "At the Golden Medical UUcovery: and little Pellet' !Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey: East.Coast Homeseeker.We
i Seven years ago I contracted: a lever cold: .
Lambs' High Feast We Sing, which which barred the kill of one of the best phy-
was followed later by an offertory solo sicUas in State. It and I contlnu- '
my ran on mark'to .
We ship In PLAIN PACKAGES, no indicate contents (which will avoid all com.uieut.
ally worse until I concluded to write
"In Dreams I've Heard the Angela, by the 'World's rrtw DUpeuury Medical AuocUtioa.to' .) get it and tent It, If it I* not satisfactory, return It at OUR KXPKNSE and
Mrs. Chappe-lle. Both solos were much The answer to inquiry advised me to your S3.SO will cheerfully refunded. This WhIskey is as good as any 99.no Roods In the market.
appreciated by the congregation.Mr. Golden Medical my Discovery and 'Pellets1 UM for Ve are clou at hand and can give" you QUICK!} DELIVERY than distant hou.... We ban have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for
this and the same stand for 15 YEARS, and to
u i Indigestion and liver complaint: I at this time i been doing\ buslneas In city at over as our HE3ON81H1UTY -
C and Mrs. 'C. A.' Bacon, of No. D, two after months I had commenced had panned the la use two of or yowr three medicine days- )the' editor of this AND paper REPUTATION. for honest dealing,we refer you to any merchant here, or to Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest In the United States. ,.

have,been kept busily engaged this win- my cough bad entirely stopped, my digestion SOLOMON &: LEVI, 'Apply) to
ter, entertaining the numerous parties was better, my low spirits driven away and
I felt new Ute and in whole 1023 & 1030 First Avenue, '
who arrived front the Ormond and Co- vigor my body. .
JAS.: E. Land' Commissioner
This marvelous "Discovery" make Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM ALA INGRAHAM ,
quina hotels. Mr,'Uaoon' has a.big fundof nerve fore* and rugged power. It i* far P. O. ,

information' for all callers, and Is better than oily emulsion ; it does not, NOTICE)-V*pay Expres*charges to all point reached by "SOUTHERN EXPRESS COM. ( ,. '. FLORIDA EAST, COAST R'Y,
brtmfull of witticism and jokes. His make flabb fat. 't| doc not increw u... ANY," but to points on line of other Kxpres Companies, we prepay only.. to point whets '
;guava and other jellies are said to bo the weight of corpulent people Southern Express. ,Company; transfer to said other EtprMs Company,' "' ". ST. AUGUSTINP: : ; FLA.r'7' .

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professional Cards. thing they demand for their meals, that thing' green In sljzht on the morning 01

are equally l ignorant as to the situation, Feb. l.lih. Kvvry: contract fur tilt |pul|.

_/ .. t01I.1" W.u.na GRARAM.. Boils which Is really a very serious one In th* o chase 01 millions of packages, of vctfciaMcs / "-
K ?
YOU Y/E/
ROBBI S A: GRAHAM, days when men have learned how to of all sorts wax terminated by that nOVE LUNGS

iATTOLNEYS-AT-LAW, live aud what to pat so much better than visitation. What that mount to the consumer -

they knew even a dt'CRdo.ajto. The pro- every man who would otherwise
nouns:-From 10 to 12'a.. m., Old duce trade (sat standstill result tie
mC and 2 to 4 p. m. Running Sores a as having all tho vegetables he wishedon ,
of the situation, which Is one of much his table at a reasonable price now
Brevard Co., Florida Every Sufferer from Lung Weakness Consumption
ruvrLM greater magnitude than would seem at knows. What It meant io the trade cannot ,

I I.t,ffflprtctJce n. ofl08. In aU the conrts-stau and fed Itching, ScratchingEczema the first glance, as It means the loss of be told, but there were certainly a Asthma Catarrh or BronchitisCan i

all the profits which would to thousands ,
tI'I.fcicl lal 1 facilities! for examining and perfectjuad come great many of dollars profIts
title dealers, wholesale and retail, brokers for tho northern handlers of tho goods Be Cured. v.

and commission houses, of millions of wiped out in a twinkling. Those profits

D. I* DODSON, dollars from this one source alone In the might have reached Into the 'millions, 1

1 period extending from about the ]last taking the trade of the whole country, .

DENTIST. of February to April 15th. for this business is such a gamble that ,,1,111, Illlllun/hI/ ;.1j

FLORIDA. Blood Poison G. Wllliston Goodsell, a well-known the profits and the losses alike run lnun'u,1', ,,, .
TtTtSVILU, ',l l I l l I l l l t l l 1,,,p It, 1
Office at residence. fruit and produce broker at 105 Park quickly Into very large figures.' What It ,' 1'I' I (I'llhl :ljtjhljlt,[:'

I sir: nlf the roll/lwln. 'rmpttlmu Place, who has just returned from a tour meant to most of the farmers of Florid ; ('(1 I ', 1,J
,
I;:r Prices to suit the times ? ..Sore Throat,"" ( lnndel FallinI'nlptIona. of ten weeks Ill\ :: i, ( ,i :':::!:':,:::,: '
Ftlffnpaa'UltulelO ant' I: rare of the t.kin through the fruit and vegetable men as a rule of very limited means, men : 11i1 t\ 'illIllIIiIIllhhl'I' : :'llr/
Buns Pain.of, the. Joint, Rheumattemuy ] belt of Florida, where he made a who have gone to Florida to save their I ,II dllq, \Ihl"h. I ulh, I tII, ilp,Il? 1'1 I I"I,I, I' j
: tllldi411dt':\, : :: ( 'I'll',1/h,'' ', ,
P
L. GAULDEN, thorough canvass of the situation, had own health or the health of ]loved ones Ilydllh.ll" ':.' ,. ) II.hl,1I'I, .

D' Ulcers, Scrofula something to say to a Times reporter of their families through tbe benefit of .1':1'::: :':!:"""' 111111111,1,' .....,

ATTORNET-AT-LAW, > when asked as to what he had learnedon the climate, was ruin. I presume It /" ::111'1'': illlrll"I"'I\I'::" ',\ t 1
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Will practice In all the Courts of the State Running Sore EyesAre that trip, that will not only bo of Interest would be no exaggeration to say that : .. : hK 6.. ;un,,,, ', ,, ''II, /,,1.:1.110' 1.-. ) ..
Florida,and the United States Courts. .11,1 e I
of to the trade, which is now completely on -thlrd of these men, and perhaps thatproportion '..1\1\: \ \' I I IU'It I

l.0.Box,435.Money to Loan.TTTtlSVILLE, FLA.lg cored tr' ] ] paralyzed, but to the general Is too small, had! every cent tf'II';,';:,... I'll',I

BOTANIC BLOOD BALM (B. B. a. reader whose appetite for early vegetables they had in the world Invested In those .11'

The Great Blood RC11lcd'. ] has necessarily to be curbed for crops that were wiped out of existence tiII Iln IIIP u gun. ,hunn

M. GOLDSMITH, financial reasons, as hothouse supplies In a night. They had no money to buy I lull tuna.
Botanic nioml Balm (II. n. B.) Is a ? ,
powerful ,
are beyond the reach of tho seed and In
blood remedy and yet can be taken with IKSI-- averageman. njBW very many cases no :I- ,1111.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, feet safety by old and young. On account of Its credit to get such seed for another
great strength it cure when all else falln. Other crop.
remedies may act as a mild tonic or co\tr new "It is simply] impossible to imagine or Strong men and women when they saw Course
Ifitusville, Florida. skin over rottou flesh, but B. B. B. compleTe'REe
the poison out ana hence the cures are drives jvenua-all describe, so that the people] of the north the ruin that had boon wrought' were beside '

nent. can understand it what the effects of thofreezo themselves with grief. No ono
One to three bottles of n. B. B. will cure the
J. WEBB, worst kind of pimples on the face. fn Florida meant, first to the people could blame them for weeping as they of Treatment
F One to three bottles of li. B. B. will clear the ] of that did 1
system of holla and carbuncles. state, and then to the trade, as If heartbroken, and he was a '

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Two to three bottles of B. H. n.will cure the said he. "I was in the heart of the fruit hero, Indeed, who could face that ruin ;
worst kind of humor in the mouth
and '
Will practice in the Courts of the 7th Three to six bottles of 11. II, B. will stomach cure the II and trucking belt of Dado county, Fla., and gather hope enough to try again. ,co1J'S'111olFour preparafio/Jj

I Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents worst One cane to three of erysipelas bottles or will eczema.cute all humor In on Feb. 13th and 14th, when a touch of I met a hundred! men, at tho very least,

land rents and accounts collected., the Two eytis.bottles are warranted to cure running of frost, such all they have never before ex- who had lost everything they had In the .\L The Slocum System I I.

the perienced spread ruin side. world who had been
Titosville, Florida. ears and blotches among the hair. on every struggling along Ina .
corrupt Four to and eight:running bottles n'cers.! are warranted to cure When I wcut through the fruit and vegetable hand-to-tpouth existence, living with

One or two battles of II. li. B. will cure scaly ] belt from Key West north as far their families in tents or hastily constructed Nearly everybody you meet will regard lung troubles or THEY WILL KILL
o. FRIES, c. E. eruption of the skin it as a kind of insult to be 'askedif YOU That's the whole situation in a
1 Two or three bottles of B. n. B. are warranted as Hypoluxo in January and early In shacks until the returns from they have weak lungs. All seem to nutshell.
to cure the worst case of ringworm. February, there was the promise of the the crops they had raised and watched in soundness of Never there for '
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land Two to five bottles of B. B. B. are warranted: have a solid faith the was a cure ( lung troubles
to cure the most desperate rheunmclsm. largest and best crop of fruits and early so carefully would] enable them to bettor their own breathing machine. In cases equal to the newly-discovered Dr. ,
Three to six bottles of B. B. B. are warranted of trouble they will admit there is a Slocum treatment. This forms a
legally surveyed and sub-divided. to cure eczema. vegetables that had ever been known their condition.! Tho freeze had blasted sys
"heavy cold," "a touch of bronchitis," tem of Four Remedies that are used simultaneously -
Five to eight bottles of B.
II. B.will
I : cure too from this the
of
Happing neatly done. Estimates for garden spot country. every hopo as well as everything in the "
worst case of scrofula. or even "a spell of asthma, but as to and supplement each
I all kinds of engineering works. Disputed Two to six bottles will cure cataarh. Crops were well under way and growing way of a crop they had_ counted on for weak or unsound lungs neverNEVER.Even other's curative action.( It cures weak

BLOOD POISON I as I had never seen them. There was their future needs. It was a situation the poor consumptive, who scarce lungs, bronchitis, asthma, coughs, consllmption ..

lines a specialty.TITUSVlLJ.E For this monster of a disease In any form no apparent limit to the supply. Prosperity that aroused tho sympathy of one ly speaks without coughing whose and every other ailment of i
contracted or inherited,1st,2d or 3d stages, pro every cheeks are wasted hollow and bear the the pulmonary region. It destroys
Brevard Co., FLORIDA. ducing ulcers, pimples, sores in mouth throat, faccd every truck grower, and among the thousands the pleasure hectic flush of doom, will assure you every germ that can affect the respira .'

skin disease hot and, hair drives falls the out,poison etc.,B.from H. B.the cures the there was in sight more money than seekers from the north who had to pass with glistening eyes that his cold is on tory system, and even in advanced
system
never to return. We have o.-er 20(1 testimonials Florida had ever seen. Tomatoes, eggplants through all those evidences of misery, the mend and he will be all right when stages of lung trouble positively arrests
GEORGE W. ALLEN, of cures by B.It. II. of Blood I'olnon. No one the weather changes. the tubercular growth, while it also
] beans cucumbers 'and all and who could] not' but
,
can deny this written peas help see the ruin
signed One
testimony.
far
It is.simply terrible to think how builds up the patient so that his system .
man wrote us, "God bless you for so grand a sorts of truck were well on to maturity, and sympathize with the and .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW remedy." men we may be guilty by our indifference to ii enabled to throw olT scrofula rheumatism
CANCER:BLEEDING,EATIXO SORES. and shipments had already] begun to women. the lung troubles of those near and dearto catarrh, and other wastng dis
.
|Key West, Florida Cancer of northern markets, and were Increasingin "There was but ono thing to do. Now us. It is also a sad thought that we eases.
nose lip face ear or neck or breast,
Will practice In the ''United States external or Internal cancer bleeding eating volume daily. The orange crp) had crops must be planted quickly as may hug a delusion as to our own health Thousands of cured cases already \
|and State Oourts. sores, are all cured by B. It.II., the moat power possible that we only get rid of when life itself prove these claims. Thousands of grate
OjunOSDALPH ful blood purifier made. all, or nearly all, been gathered, and had ] In hope that something would ripen must pay the forfeit. ful people bless the d ..covery. 'i

SEND FOR FRERTRIAL BOTTLE. been a most profitable one. All along] and find Its way to time markets before Nobody can afford to think lightlyof The Doctor wants everybody to know

E. SMITH, !I. D. ttl All per druggists bottle. sell Describe B.B. B. In large sjinptonis bottles and at the East Coast the acreage in garden the crops of Georgia, South Carolina and lung troubles. Nobody can afford to the surprising merit, of his system. lIe ''';'
your
Free medic l advice will ho given. All corroslomlence truck, pineapples, and berries had been other states further north could mature be mistaken about their possible dan- has arranged e a free treatment F'''
is sacredly confidential. gers. Nobody can afford to neglect (Four Preparations) all sufferers. Full '
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Address plainly BLOOD BALM CO., 140 about trebbled] over what it was the year and roach tho markets. Seed dealers, them, or "let them wear out," or f'get instructions for use accompany each I i

Specialist in Genital], Urinary an Rectal bottle Mitchell of street a. n.,H.Atlanta will ,be Georgia sent you, and by sample return before. Thus, as an example, the acreage agents for the sale_ of fertilizers,' and better in the spring," or any other tomfoolery treatment. :'

mall. in the vegetable section between agents for the commission produce men that leads only to wreck and WRITE TO THE DOCTOR.
Diseases. ruin. Lung troubles don't move back.
Cutler just south of Miami, through furnished seeds to the stricken
farmers
Located at Placlde ward. Weak lungs don't grow strong Write at once to Dr. T, A. Slocum
Hotel, EARLY VEGETABLES SCARCE Miami itself, and north to Hallendale, or supplied them with money with whichto by themselves-you must heal them Laboratories, / and 98 Pine street Ntwl ;

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. was 2,800 acresas against 1,000 acres secure such supplies. Tho railroad and strengthen them, and rid them of York City, giving full express and'

the previous year. The estimated yield] people] ,and the express companies also] the very earliest germs of disease, or pOAtoffice address, and mention this pa- ,
CAUSES WHICH HAVE LED TO THE ,committing a form of
there before the freeze was 200 crates to came {o the rescue of the ruined farmers you are simply per.Delay
FAILURE; OF TilE sun-LY-cuoi- suicide Either you must cure your onlv make vour trouble worse.
DR. C. II. PEETE, the acre, about n half million packagesIn In good shape, and there are stories that "
WAS KILLED HY FROST. _._ _._
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\ ErE all. Now, that Is a small territory, Mr. Flagler, who has spent millions in

EAR, NOSE. and THROAT. Garden Truck from Florida Will Begin to but thirty-two miles In extent, north and developing the eastern section of the little wonder that the prices for early Choice .

fiGS Cherry Street, Come North April 15 After May There south, but In the heart of one of the state, also advanced money liberally to vegetables are away up In tho skies. Winos,Liquors .
a.s
richest countries a man ever the In the When people thoroughly understand the ,'
'VII1 be a Plentiful Supply producing people Immediate vicinity of I and Cigars. /'tt
Macon, Ga. set foot on. There are probably 200 tho territory that he has converted' froma causes that operate to make Much prices Guaranteed

Since the development of rapid transportation other sections of tho state of like extent wilderness Into one of tho most entrancing they will, I think, be a little less hard on Pure. ,';,

which will show relatively the same and their green grocers and on tho produce tr Sold at reduced 'g
McL. DANCY facilities between North and fascinating spots that I DTofcMjr
VVll., D. D. L. prices .
from whom obtain 'their
men they ,
facts to and 'oductl n. America boasts. supplies
South the people up this way have comet as acreage p ,

Graduate of Philadelphia College of look upon fresh vegetables in the late "The freeze came along] just when HAs a result of these advantages and Thoy certainly would have no i Jm"Qrt..cl Wine, ';,

surgeon, class 1872. Perfect operations February or early March and from thenon everything was at its best and in readiness because of the remarkable] fertility of word of complaint If they could go from Italy] J

for the harvester, and from all the soil the will be able through tho devastated sections of Florida
promised. Hazeltine Block as a table necessity, as much as they peop'o to savea
corner Bay those not a pound of truck of little of the wreck and see what I have seen of the misfortunes John B. Togni i;
and Laura St., JACKSONVILLE FLA. look on fresh moats as such a necessity. gardens out but it will bo a ,

These have not been termed luxuries in any sort, except strawberries, was saved. mighty little compared with what they of the men to whom we all must Metropolitan Saloon, 123: Eust Day St., '1

this city and the markets within rapid Not a solitary ounce of anything. The would have received for their products directly look for our supplies. There Is JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. 11
frost killed all outright. It didn't skipa but for the freeze. 'white man's burden' It Is pretty hardfor
reach of the South for a few years past. Crops are expectedto
.
wholesale; mud IColnll.. ... '
riniaHomes Yet, just now, there is such an absolutedearth thing. There was not a blade of any- mature and roach hero about April 15. any man to stand up under, -New ,.
York Times. -- --- .
in the market of these early vegetables But the season for the Florida crops will
; <
The Largest and Most Com 1 i
: and fruits that the purveyors of be a very short one, two weeks at most,
MAItCII, Al'JCIL, MAY. ploto Establishment South. V-
before the producers will have to :
begin
that sort of stuff are put to their wits'ends

You learn all about Virginia Lands, to make any sort of a response to TOYDAYHEROISM competition with the crops from Georgia GEO. S. HACKER & SON

its resources, products, mode of cultivation the demands on them for these supplies. and the Carolina and other southern TheMe Arc the Month In Which ;1

prices, etc., by reading the Jamaica and the Bermudas furnish a L statCN. Then freights will be against to Purify Your Hlood.

Virginia Farmer, Send lOcts. limited but it is limited indeed them and In favor of their more northern '
supply, very This Is tho season when your blood I Is \
for 3 months subscription to the and hardly makes a show in the Struggling throughlife neighbors, and the Floridians, who have loaded) with Impurities, accumulated .

Farmer Co., Emporla, Va. mai.ket. The consequence is high prices ]I curbed with catarrh been absolutely heroic through It all, during the winter 'months from close ,
.- house in will have to bo shorn of their markets confinement, rich food and other causes "
and general complaint a common
a among
These I Impurities* must bo driven from ,
and That freeze about the i.
profits. was
who do to understandthe experience. How-
holders not seem R your system or they may breed serious
reason for the absolute dearth in ever heroic tbe hardest case of hard luck that It has disease and cause untold suffering 4. t,

illJ the market of that "garden truck," as it { fight catarrhvgenerally ever been my misfortune to run up /Hood's Sarsaparllla Is tho greatest and }

: is termed In the trade, which they seek eV I wins. against, and I (hope never to see another' best blood purifying medicine It Is t>ossl- "1 4
I II, Under some like it. It was the sort of thing that ble to obtain. It Is what tho million ....
\t for their table. This "truck" consists \ name or other take In the spring. It will purify and !
,
j would make the hardened of
most
even
1832. of tomatoes, peas, string/ -beans, radishes, it gets the best enrich your blood, create an appetite,

tI1 cabbage, egg plant, white turnips, car of us.-Frank E. commission merchants sympathetic, andIt tone up your system, and glyv you i

and such like accessories to Ingalla Waco even made me wince. sound, robust health. MANUFACTURERS OF
COTTON MDWJ 1iI.J1J1JJ! rots, onions, <
the principal meal of the day. S Tex.andthou- "Strawberry growers scorn to have Doors Sash Blinds '1

SOFT SEINE TWINES. Prices for supplies of this sort are sands of others come out of the freeze In better shape "Don't smoke, It depresses the heart ,

beyond those that prevailed at have been permanently cured of catarrhby than the men engaged In any other line and shortens the wind. Don't drink- Moulding & Building Material

A PERFECT STURGEON TWINE! away and there is Dr. Hartman's successful remedy of truck growing. The snow that burled drink never wins races I have trophies
last a
this time gen-
CABLE year I'e-ru-na Here is Mr. Ingall letter: their ] to have and at home which would have belonged] to
CORDS AND MACRAME. eral complaint] about the matter at the plants seems protected Ot lee A WarerooinH. King, opposite 'j;
t Dr.S. ff. ffartman, Columbus, O. saved them from the frost In the middle others If they had left liquor alone.-] Cannon Street. ;
EMORY JOHNSON, 0.... a o...... ...* green grocer's, with a disposition among DKAB SIB:-" Pe-ru-na and Man-a-Un. .4
.
MOODUS. CONN. women who do the marketing to think have cured me of one of tbe worst cases and northern parts of the state, and the Zimmerman. Charleston] S. C. j

that tbe grocer is trying to get the best of catarrh any one ever had. My cue anticipated crop will not therefore be '

of them when be charges them from was so severe that I was compelled to materially reduced according to the Htory of a Hlave. Sash Weights Cord and

much for discontinue my business, that of con latest reports. Thousands thousands To be bound band and foot for year.bY' ,
JBO YEARS' three to four times as green railroad but I am now
ductor on a ;
the chains of disease Is the worst
of orange trees were blasted beyond any Hardware. i
EXPERIENCE truck a* they bad to pay last year. The entirely welL"Ordinary form of slavery. George D. Williams, of \
complaint is unfair to the merchant, as treatment of catarrh U for possible hope of salvation, to all appear Manchester, Mich., tells how such a '

be simply cannot get the supplies the local relief. Cures are not expected.Dr. ances. Hundred of acres of pineapples, slave was made.free. He says: 'My wife Window and Fancy Glass /

1 householder feels that she must have In IIartman'4 method eradicates csvtarrh not protected by sheds, were blighted, has been so helpless for five years that A SPECIALTY. ,
his latest book this she could not turn over In bed alone.
what It shouldbe. absolutely. Get and there is no hope for that crop
order to make her table te' Kow to combat this Insidious After using two bottles'of Klocfrlo,, Hitters
and rn year, 'Where tbe sheds erected at a cost ,
the woman have she Is and Palmetto Drug Store Daytoaa.
Incidentally, may diseace. The Pe-ru-na, >fedlcin*' Co:, wonderfully Improved ,
TRADE MARK. heard that there bad been a freeze In Columbus O will mall Dr. nrtman'sbooks of from $300 to $500 an acre over the able to do her own work1. T ls supreme ,

DuaneCorvnGHT but as this did not ? plants to protect them from the fierce remedy for female disease quickly cures Drugs, medicines, chemicals,fine toilet "l|
&tc.nonl Florida in February, application.
free
$ : on
'IMInI'isCdeh and mar rays of tho sun In summer, and from the nervousness. sleeplessness; melancholy] soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and |
description or
lalctl'. opinion tree whether an. affect the fashions spring millinery H. A. Scott, Hurt, Tenn., writes: frosts winter used the headache, backache: fainting and dizzy fancy toilet articles] great nrle y. 1
;la'eatnauprobably;: ''eonadegtf. PaUnUbU. Handbook. Communira.uhf' on"atenta the cut of the skirt of her dress, or tbe "I feel very thankful to my Maker In were growerssaved -pell*. This miracle working medicineIs M. JIusTou, propr. "*
I' d... a.e, for aeeunuayatanca shape of the dress sleeves] she gave the and great medicine that I am the bulk of their crop In the pineapple a godsend to weak. sickly, run-down
tnte 110Itboll&tU.n Lbmu,,, .Mug., the A tU: reeel" Yet that Is lour would, not be without Fern ] section about Jensen, Eden, Wave- people. Every bottle guaranteed. Only
er la further thought.
A. N. Dell ] writes
liascom Fla
matter no :
in the house. 60 cent Sold bIll', 8.: ChafTee, drug-
-na land Stuart and Alicia.
Sckiitiii Jflt'trltattceolD.I'b the cause of all her troubles] and the gist. Have used Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver
catarrh
has been curing fol'forty
A n rtr."f for the shortage of her table'IUP.- Pe-ru.na With such a conditions of affairs Medicine many years; keep It on hand
'i-II'. ot any 'llltrate4. ws.klIaraat ri ... .Vm..f .a reason men who years. It plucks out the roots throughout.the entire belt producing the When weeping mother' are glyen the all the time. It acts like a cbsroi on
rnll, aka ... There are a good many .
:
I" II,all 1\1..1. plies of catarrh and builds people up. AU the liver. Our physicians recommend It.
M..U'Nff 2 C d ShBrW N WYrirk1"mc. are grumbling about these same table druni.. *'ae'1! 1C supplies-and the same condition exists ballot, tbelr tear will put out' the fires Think It far better than' Zellln's and .

a+ece ..; J r St.W..swa.tUllo D.c; supplies and particularly] the cost of t In Mississippi and LoulsUua-,,here Is of distilleries. Black Draught.

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' fr INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, APRIL 7; 1899. ___

B B. -- Pi 1. -- -- !

+ INDIAN RIYER ADVOCATE +- FARMERS' INSTITUTE. .

I ; the Indian 1 River Real Estate Aj0TITUSVILLE
Hrev rrt Branch of V rm iV State
AWBIKLY JOURNAL DKVOTCD: TO THB DBTCIOFMCNT /
OF THB INDIAN RIVER: I.AKBWORTH Agricultural Society Meets at Cocoa. BAKING

AND BtSOATHK IAY IKerIOKI.a The Brevard branch of the Farmers' FLA.
,
Agricultural Society held IU institute in POWDER
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Cocoa, Thursday, MArch 30th. There
was a large: attendance from all over the ABSOLVZELYPVRE' YOU would do well if you have property to sell and want it advertised In

OIAat. :s II. WALTON, Editor & ;Proprietor county, member, being,: present from paper, free of cost to you, and put in the hands of live men, to write at tb! .
Courtenay, Merrltt, Indlanola, Georgia Makes the food more delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public once
I ana, Lotus Tropic and Banyan, on Merrltts J8p- Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency. 1Vh
be made
Discontinuance
of sdvts. mast per
leland so
_
and from Tltusville, City At fun*MUM**eo,new vom.f .
ontlly at this office or by writing. Polpt, Cocoa, Rock ledge,: Eau, Gallic, yours.PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre 2.00 to 1000.

t" Address all communications to Pineda, Melbourne, Malabar and other ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.00 per acre.
INDIAN towns on the mainland. .>r Waterbury. Conn., May lit, to spend I made happy with Easter eggs. Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of
RIVER ADVOCATE, called Ea
The session to
morning was or. the summer with her sister Mrs.
W. L. Gallic; first-class for oranges, pineapples andvegetables. Price $1,000.
/ der Chairman E. P. Porcher with John P. Saunders In launch
A. came a
TITPSVILLK FLORIDA. by Taylor. up
ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 miles south of Titusville.; Will
N. Andrews as secretary.Dr. Tuesday on a vUlt to his parents here. pay $1,onn( *i!
Capt. Dnnkeley and from the He leave for the year and $2,000 next. Price, $7,000.
II. E. Stochbrldge, superintendent party, expects to shortly I
Titusville from to :
; U. S. Department of Agriculture. of the Mate Experiment Station at Lake Bay View hotel, Hawks Park, were down north. IIAMMOCK LANDS, near $5 $25 per acre.
r One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2} miles west of Titusville
r Bureau Fla. City, and Prof. P. U. Rolls, of Lake City I last week, hunting and fishing,: going,: as r good fo
Weather -Jupiter, pineapples vegetables and Price, $550.00.
College; W. S. Hart, of Hawks Park, and far as the .station. The party were oranges.
Benjamin Bradt, of Huntington, were aboard Commodore Holden's houseboat, I Lotus.Mrs. .
The following,: is a comparative statement the notables present roof outside. the Horace U. Capt. Wilson kept the I. =
1' of temperature and rainfall for the The first speaker on tho pro .amme log book, and your correspondent was I S. A. Osteen called on Mrs. Green :r A c E :6. :SO-o-eS: ,
-I' week ending,: Tuesday, April 4, 1899. was Doctor Stockbrldge, who addressed one of a party who boarded the ship and last Thursday.
.
+' -1809- -1898- the patrons on How and Why Farmers' heard the log read, after being,: out six
,DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. Institutes can be of practical benefit. lie days. It was well gotten up, and the: Beans are moving In small quantities Grain Hay Feed Flour Grits Meal
29 79 04 70 70 was followed by Mr. Bradt, on Humus writer deserves great credit. I I again. Rain is very much needed. ,,, an
30 78 04 70 70 and How to Obtain It. This was followedby Commodore Geo., Wilkinson took a Mrs. J. N. Chalker has been quite sick !

; 31 82 05: 78 04 discussion on the subject.' merry party for a sail In his launch for a day or two with neuralgia. Cotton Seed Meal New Garden Seed arriving Fm
1 80 OSGO 81 70 The afternoon session was largely attended The
Saturday
evening.,: party were the
2 77 78 V8 many ladles being present. The Misses Edith, and Emraerlne Dr. Capron l is having,: his grove worked
Mitchell, '
3 70 08 75/ 00 first address was on The Principles of Nell Wilkinson, Lillian R. Britton and again; it is a thing of beauty. all the time.
'
f : 4 84' 03 75 05 Crop Fertilizing, by Doctor Stockbridge, Messrs. P. W. Roberts. C S. Houston. C. D. Provost made a flying business

Total rainfall for the week: 2.80 Inches followed by discussion; the second was Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Wilkinson acted as J: trip to the county seat on Tuesday. Agent for Gray Mineral h, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to man .
: Departure from normal rainfall for the Fungus and other natural destroyers of chaperons. After the return at 11 :.'m.j) I i L. D. Hancock and R. B. Stewart, of beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry.. Write forquotatiom o,
Hart followed
; scale Insect, by W. 8. by -
week: plus 2.31 Inches. Departure Mrs. Wilkinson passed Ice cream, cake Lowest cash prices.
IBrantley In this Tues-
discussion. The third was Principles of were seen burg
from normal rainfall since January 1, and lemonade. All wended their way I
\ plus 3.09)! Inches.J. Frost Protection, by B. Bradt, with dis homewards at 12 o'clock, and gave a day. Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

W. CnoNK, Observer. cussion. vote thanks. to the commodore. Whooping cough Is taking its roundsIn ,
The rain In the early evening prevent.d this community. At present, nearly '
many from attending the evening session : every child has it. CHAS. N. WELSHANS
r" but those who were there showed ,
BREVARD COUNTY COMMISSIONERS evidence of their great interest in the Fort Pierce. E. R. Provost took in the picnic at .

f, have designated the ADVOCATE as subjects and their dlscuslons. City Point Satuiday, staying over until

the paper in which to. print the The first address on the programmewas Mrs. II. Summerlln n.as been spending Monday.W. .

I} delinquent tax list for 1899. Plant by Professor Diseases.Rolf, and, the on Insecticidesand second, on a few days at St. Lucie this week.J. Bisbee Is pushing I the work on his CEMENT, BRICK, LIME, SHINGLES, COAL TAR, PLASTER

Some crops adapted to Orange Groves S. Bell left for Ten Mile Creek house-celling,:, putting in windows, also .

THE April Ladies' Home Jour was by Doctor Stookbildge. lie advise Tuesday for a few day fishing.We has put in a brick flue. ** HAIR AND LATH **. '

4i: nal devotes an entire page to photographs the planting and raising of cassava and are having some squally weather, T. G. Ronald returned home Tuesday,

., .;''r of churches decorated for draw tobacco their in food the orange matter from groves the, as air they, or of but not much rain., It seems to go south after spending at Seabreeze.several days with his State Agent L. & M. Paints .and,Qils.
us. parents
the Easter festival. The '' detract
'pictures from materials that do not from
;! were secured through a competi the food which the orange tree needs and Mrs. Hogg came up from ,Miami Tues Misses Belle and Kisiah Herndon, of Old 'Phone 8. )jut. 13 Hogan Street

s tive contest for'a prize for the best. thrives upon. These are to be grown day on a visit to her son. We are gladto Rockledge, were guests of Miss Blanche JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
while waiting for the trees to recover see. her looking so well. Stewart last Sunday.The ,
decorated church, and ,the group from the freeze: and while maturing for folks
selected from the Quite a party of our young bad whist ,met at W. Bisbee's
printed were large fruit. last party U
a surprise party Friday night at the
( number submitted. It is explained The question box proved of much Interest residence of tIre and Mrs. Olmstead. A Saturday night. A goodly number was 90 A"' FAMILY JAUNT
and benefit to the orange growers, present and enjoyed it very much. 0 ,Y w ne v
as the purpose of these photo. very enjoyable evening was spent. '
as the queries tended to make clearer In one of our
top phaetons
canopy or surreys
11' graphs that they show the effects some points Couched upon by the speak Rev. Lane held services morning and Mrs. Crosby and daughter left for I can be enjoyed for any length of tim
r :; obtainable by certain massing of era in their addresses. evening at the Methodist Church last Omaha, their home, after spending several r without weariness. You can get mor
plants and blossoms, or by gar. It was decided by vote to hold another Sunday to large congregations. Duringthe weeks with Mis. C's. mother, Mrs. r solid comfort in one than in any other ve

lands, etc. So ,besides having ant Institute in Cocoa next year. Sunday school the ,children were Green. i hide on the market. For the horsemai
,
One of the features of the afternoon .;, that loves speed, a runabout or as light a
artistic value, the pictures have session was the address of W. II. Mc- .l can be constructed, well-made and strong
practical worth. Farland, of Titusville, on Frost Protection 4; he will find here at bed-rock prices.P. .
M by Tent System. It was good, and Wall Papers _
: quite numerous. lie proposed to demonstrate ; 1 P. E. McMURRAY & BAKER,
,, JUDGE MINOR S. JONES '' .
'we are that orange trees can be protectedby f"
Main & Church
pleased to note, is receiving very tent and lamps from frost, even If the Manufacturers Agent. Samples Now Ready, Ste.,
flattering endorsements from the thermometer should register zero. lIe JACKSONVILLE, FLAW
has tried to get this apparatus In operation "
r' newspapers all over the circuit. but he met with accident the State Agents for Sterling Bicycles.
an on Eangpur Carpet. Ajute Carpet in matting VrLA ..K .n. .+ m.
One of the that
papers was very way here, and broke some of the partsof ,
much opposed to the Judge's appointment the machinery However, the addresswas patterns, Moth proof and cheap.
was the Tavares Herald excellent, without the illustration.The .

;' At that time the editor of the following day Mr. McFarland had FURNITURE STORE
cit. Herald did not know the Judge one of his tents erected, and Illustratedhow CHESEBRO BROTHERS *
lemon lime
quickly orange, gauva
TITUSVILLE FLA
1 personally, and was really'unable or other fruit trees could be protected by ,
to pass a fair opinion upon him. his Invention. Two men took the tent WHOLESALE

We are, however, glad to note that Iin hand, and In less than twenty' seconds ESTABLISHED 1852. -'
our brother editor has found out covered a tree, much to the surprise of Fruit and Produce Commission house
t rruOldest in Chicago. .n
the onlookers. QOMMISSON FISH
JEALERSNo.
that the Judge is a different man Ho then illustrated how, by connect ,

to what be took him-to he,' as the lug a rope from one orange tree to an. .
following from the Herald other, a row of twenty trees could be T. D. RANDALL & CO.
proves : .
: 1 Fulton Wholesale
; "Judge Minor S. Jones held bin experimented protected as quickly as and tho although one he bad all. Fish Market: : New York.

l first term of court in Lake county the orange growers upon present; were satisfied I SPECIALTIES:-Spanish Mackerel" Sheephead, Pompano, Bluefish, Re<
'
;.r this week, and the manner in which with the tent as it is was, Mr. McFar coMMZSS=:oN;, Snappers: Kingfish, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks.

.r he presided over the court impressed land-If it had not been for the accidentto Stencils
promptly supplied. References furnished if desired.!
.i every one present with his exhibited his tent three paraphernalia-would touts with connection have; Early Vegetables, Melons, Fruits, and Southern Produce

ability and fairness in all cases and a 31b. weight would cover three orange CLARENCE, B.. MILLEK.
a Speola1.1y.;
Pln.capp1.es: MILLER LONOBOTHAM
(, that came before him. In ,Judge trees In 25 seconds. Established 1841.
\ .'Jones the Seventh Circuit has an The part 'of the frame broken on the Give as reference: The Merchants' National Bank, of Chicago; ; Southern Express -
"I way down from Tltusville was an iron Co.; Florida shippers on application. Also state remittances made in New
'1 ,'c. able and upright Judge. triangle, and I it could not be,duplicatedin York Exchange, or express money orders on which there Is no exchange. S. B. MILLER & CO.
:
\ time to give an exhibition on the day -- -
J: :Miss CLARA BARTON, president of of tho meeting. As a great many grow I 'J ,

,j! the American National Red Cross. ers were present especially to see the -,WHOLESALE'COMMISSION -
tent protection, ahoy requested Mr. Mc-
Society, who writes( the ADVOCATE Farland to Illustrate his idea. lIe thereupon 'THE ltlrAPES Season 189899.They.have FISH DEALERS

from Washington, D. C., says : agreed to ereot one of his tents. in ,
"The Red Cross is now establish. the best manner he could, without the : been the Standard No. 7 Fulton Fish Market, New York.
I' broken parts. After he had the tent ___ ,
I }ing in Cuba at the of the
,
request Fertilizers for 20
the he invited
placed frame
I ,government, a hospital service, to of those upon present to open, and close it some, aud years In' Florida. Special attention given to' the sale of Pompano, Spanish
assist in the care of the sick and the result was surprising. Mackerel, Blue Fish, etc. '

'f Ji r homeless people of the island. In Mr. McFarland-who icsides'in Titus- MANURES. REFERENCES-Fulton: and :Market National Bank, or any Wholesale Fish deale
the vllle-is now working on six different a in the United States.
Philippines owing to the
ac. sized tents, and will have them finished B5F" Stencils furnished on application.
J f tive operations now being conduct. this week and placed on exhibition. It ',' ,: "" ,
I ed by the American army, and the is generally acknowledged that his Invention ..:-

approach of the rainy season in will positively protect pineapples My Fertilizers Are as good as Napes :'' HAMMOND CO.
the tropics we are the orange\ grapefruit, lime, lemon, I" PACKING
increasing
,
guava \Jel' 'trees from, injury by (Formerly .)
hospital staff already there, assisting frost; and In consequence. of this, our They all qUOte MapeS As the Standard of Excellence.. OUR SPECIALTIES .
in the care of the sick and the East Coaht growers are becoming quite :

i wounded. If the generous peopleof enthusiastic over the fact that, whether The MapeS put the money In the pockets of the growers.Vegetables' "S!n Special"! hams and breakfast bacon
we have frost or not, our farmers will bo
your community wish to take able to return to the good old days on Strawberries, Orange and other Fruit Trees. "Coin Special" canned meats.
part in the work, and if the ser Indian River, when we will again see our "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.
vice rendered by the Red Cross 'orange groves in all their glory, and our Pineapples, Bananas Tobacco, etc. "Calumet"
of ._ leaf lard 1 .
during thn Spanish.American war county as prosperous as yore -- -
{ has commended itself to you may What yOU Want Are Results, Results, Results, Results I have been Homemade pure lard. I

I ask that you will kindly explain Eldora., the Mapes Agent In Florida over Twenty Years. "Peerless" compound lard, sausagesand I

to your readers our present mission I have SOld all Packing House Products. Florida Branch |
Millions of Dollars worth of their goods to Thousands of : JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
and ask their and
,I co-operation Miss Edith Mitchell U down for a few Consumers all over the State. Of all these thousands not one single consumer
support. I would also be glad to days' visit to her sister. has found fault with the Quality of these Goods.
hear from and WILLIAM CLARKE Plumber
to
you personally II. Moeller, of New Smyrna, Is spend Sanitary ,
receive from you any suggestion." ing this week at Eldora, visiting friends The best yields. The best keeping qualities. ....

Capt. Turner brought a party down The most reliable in drouths. Fine Gas Fixtures Plumber and Gas Fitter Roofing Sheet

ORANGE TREES IN FRUIT. Monday afternoon In his fine launch, the ,
Always best prices all the markets.
Ozone. Iron work and drain bath closets
I pumps pipe tubs water
i Mr. R. B. Stewart, of Brantle}', Mosquitoes have not put in an appear. Read the following. It covers all these points : ,

who has been visiting his brother, ance come yet.; we Perhaps hope so they at least.Messrs. have. forgottento "OJUNOK PARE, FLA., August 27th, 1898. and Wash Stands Copper. vessels of all descriptions re-tinned.

County Clerk A. A, Stewart, of Warnock, Hlgble and Willis, "MR. J. R. TYSEN, Agent Mapes Co., Jacksonville, Fla: 37 Forsyth St. Laura St.
near ,
ji. this place, informs us that his .or* from Jamaica, New York, are down fora "Dear Sir:-I have been raising vegetables for the Jacksonville market many
f. ange grove of thirteen hundred few days', looking after the Degrauw ears with indifferent success. You have often tried to Induce me to use JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
:r' trees are all covered with bloom property. Mapes Manures, but I could never bring myself to it, as I always thought they
t and small cost too much. This year I concluded to use them, and it baa been a lesson to FOR
; Walsh has
o'ranges. This grove is Postmaster S. P. watermelons STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE I
me. I had most excellent crops, notwithstanding the drouth, and my stuff
In bloom. few
Very planters
on Merrltts Island and is said to has always sold at once at the highest market price. I was especially fortun.
have melons the
bearing by first of
,i be a sight worth seeing. It is April.. ate on watermelons. My crop was all large and choice. Customers were wait
Eldora is the garden of the peninsula.
gratifying to us to note that orange spot ing for me every trip to the city, and I realized more than twice the prices my Benedict Pollak & Co. Wholesale House.
j. trees on Indian River 9 neighbors did, and always told my boatload at once. I got twelve to eighteen ,
are looking Commodore Geo. Wilkinson arrived cents for mine when the slip was full of boatloads offering them at from five to
f, so well after the recent cold snap. Friday last from Palm Beach for a stayof ten cents, and I am sure I shall profit hereafter bymy experience this ;year. I Mosquito Netting, made and unmade, fine me3h. aandfl Netting and ScreeD
Those trees which bad a setback several days with his father, J, II, had splendid success, also,.with Irish potatoes. Clotb. Ducks and Georgia Checks and WV>*WUtOTJOS. Coati, Cotton In all numbers -
will, it is stated, put on a large Wilkinson, and left for St. Augustine on "Very Truly Yours, J. L. MOORE." 4icw.. per doz. Show Cases, old or new ones. Special attention) paid to

bloom June. Monday. Write to for with full particulars correspondence. Traveling men on the road constantly. We only sell to dealers,
'In Orange growerson B3T me Pamphlets price, analysis, and testlraoniala corporations and hotels. Anything
Merritts'Island are feeling quite Mrs. Lillian R: Britton. who has just that will Interest ;you. A full stock always on hand. nave In stock. Liberal terms and liberal usually treatment kept by storekeepera In our,line we
term of school at Hawks
Joyful over the fine of completed a .O*. :DEI. TYSEJ1\T::
prospects a AKOnt
,
Park, spent last Friday with her brother, BENEDICT. POLLAK & CO.,
i big crop of oranges this year P. W. Roberts Mr,. Britton will leave .- J'aokson.V'l11o' F1.a.
32, 34, 38 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, APRIL 7, 1859. K
IT

friends from Eau Ga11le
Canaveral. and Hahla



I tkln',0est roe I in of week this our.section growers-are will looking begin, shipd well-, Sadie at ler organizing,the treasurer.Snell was school elected,a secretary Sunday house The superlntenrl'nt, for teachers school; Miss the Helen purpose Arch are ,to m Simmons Mil met be of-. .F E R T I LIZ E R S..li / '


appointed later
15 v, [Hitchcock left here-; ue day, I he to be held on. The Sunday school .
every
thence to Nassau Sunday at three
Lfitusville, and o'clock, at the
school house.
he ha* secured employment on ?
hotel. i SPECIAL PRICES
sew
t White 'm
Dison was in our neighborhood City.
\gu l.


few r[ "weeks|th the red ago rust, experimenting trees which are withof af.lT have Mr.been and Mrs.visiting Fredrlcksen-here fur a few of Jensen daY8. f1l !i : TO :; ''P1H .



[ ,from good his has Incubator-ISO bad quite a successful chickens Orange, Kadg/aetruittrec8| are look- .. Pl.nea.PP1 Gro-w-ers.. ,,
kh D
s. U has his' brooders very fruit cannot bloom and
i| 1D1212rra gg d, and the chickens are doItfr They be beat In the state 1 .4.11 xotxnd For'tl.1:1.mor': : r.l. :w

I yell. Ited A number here of pleasure crafts have vis- Price $25.0O.GUARANTEED .- Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to I.LJ {'
lately, and all .
loft here last are delighted
-k'for aDd Mrs.their Geo.home ins New Haven, with river.the trip up the beautiful St. Lucie ANALYSIS us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money I

ur Waas Is an ardent fisherman, ]Moisture.......... ..........,.,.....,...... ......... .......... ......,... ...... 8 to 10 STEAMED
bad excellent luck the short while Our new railway' station Is : Ammonia....... .........,.................,... ....... .... ........,..,...?" B to 6 BONE, RAW BONE, ;
j and the completed, E-I Equal to Sulphate Ammonia................................................. 20 to 23 BLOOD
Southern AND
[f M here. Express company has Available rtuxphoria Acid .. ... .. ....... .. ................. 5 to e BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE:,
appointed an agent and authorized the : Kqual to onel'holll'hateof .............. .................... II to 13
Fur and Mrs. E. J. Praetorius left here same rate from White Potash K2 0.......... .............. ......f.............,...,.................... ft to 6 DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA, ,
I Tuesday-Mrs. Praetorus! for Eau from City a8 applies : Kqual: to Sulphate of ............... .... .... .. ...,..,, ... ... to 10
KIM. to visit her mother, Mrs. S. J. Fort fierce E-I MagneMaLimeSoda'etc.. :.....,.............. .::::;?.,.,.....,.....:,...,,, 6a to 60 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS, E-I

IU ornpsOD; and Mr. Praetorlu for >T"- Vegetables are moving to the northern 3T" Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, '

LS.P.IT, markets In good quantities, and the COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.

S. Knight will put the Louise on growers Nelson are realizing good pilces. J. A. $3T; Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0
sold beans ,
the
first
week In
L run between here hstTlandvmak belogloff March for $15 per crate. H prices. ''I I
: with the 10th \ ..
L trips a week. He leave here onIjejdays C. H. Rooks attended the Farmers' In- Please with before
Correspond us being induood to buy from Dealers. Send
and Fridays. stitute at Cocoa, last week, and reports fOl'1 :

it a complete success. Unfortunately H Pamphlet.
t '
II.

]lifting Please advertisers.mention the ADVOCATE when W.tically protection McFarland demonstrate, but enough was his not was system ready seen of to to prac convince tent LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. rrI' '


the most skeptical that it is prac- .r


ribb ls. tical.Mrs.. Hannah Llndberg and Mr. August Tac3sson.-vill, iFloxid-a.: : ,'t !

_
.
IIokanson were married by Judge A. J. ,: 1I
IfS.Schuyler, cashier of the Indian Lewis on the 1st inst. We all in I 111mE'Altu
join
Stuart their Easter services advertise for
on Sunday tax sale the Hutchlnson ,
later Bank Titusville them. Melbourne. COUNTY TIt&A8lTltF.R'S r
Mate was a wishing success and happiness.
morning; It was as nice as he has experienced Grant, the assessment being erronous
I leasaDt caller in our midst last Sunday. All "the boys" report a good time and 8TATKMKNT. .1! ,
; for some time. The singing as assessed to A. J. Lewis et al.
I and Mrs C. H. Racey of Waved some of them endeavored to swim home something grand. On motion it ,.J
Mr. but had to give and be home' GOODE A: OOODE.-Real Estate and Ix>ans. was ordered that the April let, 18UO. ;
were at lunch with Mr. and Mrs. They all wish it up would carried Agent for Etna, London and Liverpool and The Easter services held In the Methodist nmounts remaining on the County Treas| Ilalanre rash on hand Mar lot, 1HDII..I 101 4" .1 J
[ .H. Harris on Monday. We are alnyi happen often. Olol, and Imperial Fire Insurance. Special Episcopal Church Sunday nightwere urer' books to tho credit of the /Sinking Amount received in March, 1811I'..t... 10W4 u
to have our neighbors in our attention paid to the interests of nonmldente. Fund, 20 cents and the Fund
glad by the children and young, people, and $1.03) be transferred, Special the Total ...... .. .... ..v..... ... ... tIOUIIII10\ 1KsUbllihod y
to General
nidit.kbas. Georgiana.Mr. was something wonderful. We want to Less warran'n paid In March laIn! ,

A. Willard, wife and little WHEN YOU GO TO Mlfr.noURNE call at the congratulate Miss May Calson on it, for said Fund Sinking and County anti Special Revenue Funds Fund' ,are as not the era and and delivered School to Hoard County... Commlmton...., ....,..... 8,0$4183, $ ) .a"1
Whter, who have been spending the Bazaar Mrs. Chan J. F. Campbell A Co., Millinery It was she who had charge of the children .,
inter here, left for their home in Mun- Wethey and wife and Mrs. Smith Notions Dry Goods, Ladies' readymade during the rehearsals; and we could active funds, or the amounts to their Halauco rash on hand Apr. 1st, IHDO. .fj,300 OTJUIOVH 'j
.
made a trip to Miami and woven Underwear Ferris' Renown had credit available to the payment of coun- -
U i Ind., last week. The coming of Mr. on Monday.Mr. ed Corsets etc., embroidery and colored silks, very plainly see that she had some ty. warrants. '. '
Willard's family every winter is looked and Mrs. Bauer have bought the souvenir spoons, Stationery, etc. former experience. On IIALA1f! IK HELD AS FOLLOWS! 1
motion the bills
following were Deposited In Indian River State Hank, ;
,
forward to with much pleasure. Bettis place .at Oceanus. They left on audited and ordered paid: a* )tar 'ashler' .'"rtUIC1atel"u Certificate ). Ij

Miss Rosalie Badger, of Quitman, Ga., ':Tuesday, for their home in New York. HOTEL RIVERSIDE MELBOURNE FLA., COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Wm II Sharpe, Co Com'r. . ,$ 000 No. 3M not In.. ..,.. ........ .12,300 OTIUI.AMCK <'

([bo has been spending the winter wither The three Bond sisters and their two overlooking and Indian rood River board. homelike Rates $Lao accommodations per. PROCEEDINGS. J Houston, ." .' . 1320 :* I1KLOKOINO TO KACII .'VlfD.AI roLe ''i.;

uncle, Henry Whipple, at Eden, little nieces left here, Saturday, for Day- day or (6.00 to $7.00pe r week according to J Mendel . 0(10( ) t.nwH ':
pent several days here last week, as the tona, where they expect to stay a short location of room. Special rate to Riverpeople. J Walker, . .000 County.. llerenue-nflimrnl fund ..,.....V 3.13 M .ii.
....
nOl.1 snit Fund ... .
C1IAS. T. McltRIDE, HrldK* 1,74118 ,
st of Miss Susie Summers. Misidger time before returning to their home in Proprietor. TITUSVILLE, FLA.,. April 3, 18m JN Waller .%. 2540 II lltilldhiK Fund. .. ........... ... 34 71 "it
expects to leave for home this Kenosha, WIs.F. J P Brown, feeding Co clogs, 2 00 II ..lnoal\ltFort.lttlmFII''t.. ..... in*37 "I
The Board of Brevard County Commissioners . ." Feeding Prisoners Fund..e.. 1080Rlnklng .
oak, much to the regret of her many janitor . ft (00
ends. W. Lyman and, F. W. :Munson, Mr. Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, met on the above date following jailor . . .. ;110 (00> "II Hpoolnl Fund Fund I I Active Not Funds....... 103HtihoolFundt. \20 'r fi

and Mrs. Pierce, Mrs. Chambers, Miss the pink paper of tho East Coast will be to adjournment, when Ufo waiting on Board 1.. 000 It ...,.... ......... 28 IK ...l
Our two jovial boys, Will Luce and Clark, J. W. Bruner, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. received at the Melbourne Fostoffice. members were present : W. II. :Sharpe, J Mendel, copying minutes . 0 50 .., :

hnWebb, who left here some weeks: Bruner and little daughter, and Mr. and chairman; J. Mendel, .f. K. Walker, J. I) Cain, ferryman . 4. . 0 00) Total.... ... ....s.. .. .......... $ Q07 ..,

jico for Nassau, to lend a helping hand Mrs II. K. Hughes went to Cocoa on N. Waller, J. Houston; A. A. /Stewart, It A Conkllng, ferryman . . 0 00 t

lot Mr Flagler's hotel, informs us that Thursday to attend the meeting of the Mr. and Mrs. Trogdon loft for their clerk; J. P. Brown, sheiitT. J F Woolen, bal com for '00, . 128 22 -this I shall each publish month.monthly statement similar to ,,

theyare ranch pleased with the Island; Farmers' Institute, which they enjoyedvery home in Indiana Tuesday. The following business was transacted, A A Stewart, transcribing. foreign ,Jon>< llE.vnv, .,'

Itht it is far beyond their expectations, much.. It is hoped that the report to-wit : judgments . . . . 1045,: County Treasurer I }j
[lid that tropical fruits can bo boughtthere will be printed in the ADVOCATE, as the Capt. Prescott Wells took a jolly partyon The: minutes of last meeting were read D L Gaulden. county judge/ . 25: 00) Ii'

for a song, and the negroes will steamer Courtney left in the middle of a picnic to Melbourne Beach and a and confirmed.The F S Chaffee.blank hooks for Lions MUrovard Tax Statement. 1

sing it for you. the afternoon session, much to the regretof delightful evening/. was spent there. bond of C. II. Hooks approved at Co State Bank, Interest, 10 CO

On Saturday morning last the swift the party, and especially some'of the Capt. Sam Martin Invited a 'number the last session of the Board, not bel njtappro'ed A A Ford, fish warden. k. . 40 00 -
tho month of
for
Tax statement
by the Comptroller, a now ;
ladies. J Henry, com. as CO 'freas. 21115,
Stile launch of his friends for sail in his
Buckeye weighed anchor young a new
,
,, Ji
bond for notary public was March, IHDO( for the taxes assessed and
A A :Stewart clock and .
tith the following party on board: Col. Easter Sunday was a lovely day on Indian yacht and all report having had an enjoyable There not appearing any objections to .. auditor, 107 50 levied) for the year 18H!): Section 33: : 3
,
accountant 1ft Ml
ff.G. Winans, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rob- River. Appropriate services were time. the road report from the end of shell M Goldsmith ( Chapter: 4115k Law of Florida.Taxes / ?. .,
non, Mr. and Mrs. -J. T. Waters, and held in our church, which was decorated Mrs. Scott and road at Edgartown to /St. Lucie post prosecuting att'y. as 83 .
Mr charming daughter, .1 l' Brown, Ink and merchandise, 1 onT Coll. Yet to bo Coll. (J
and
Mrs. W. H, Harris, owners, and with a profusion of beautiful flowers. office received and laid the
Miss Julia of left as out, same
Covington, Ky., Johnson tables for cleik's '
otllce A 00 General< $5,781.18! $2,575.25
beaded for Gilberts' Bar ,Yacht Club On the :Sunday School and ,
ud to complete the ; Monday assembled many Wednesday for Daytona, after spending Is hereby declared a public road. T T Wetmore, Ice, . . 185 :lohool" (0OS8.K\ ( 5,808.72! : I
called friends the
party, they of its at hospitablehome
weeks at Hotel Carleton. There not appearing any objections to Cockshutt
eight T J
tthat beautiful Rog'wt officer. 10 41 Road a,053.10: 3,521,23F : ;..
the for
place Mt. Elizabeth of
superintendent an egg the road report from the ,Episcopal
'
and took on board Mr. and Mrs C. II. hunt and egg rolling at three o'clock. The Episcopal church on Easter Sun- Church at Wavoland to J. Andiews' B R WIlKonattendance ou prls'rs, 'i 50 .k F U 1,217.7:! 1,17.1.01: ,;

Sacey. On arrival at' the'club house Nearly 100 blight-colored eggs had been day was beautifully decorated with hun pineapple shed, as viewed and laid out, Chas II Walton, printing, 4 :25 Polls\ II 1\l\) .OO ItOl.OO I

tBey found friends from all parts of the hidden in the front yard, under plants, dreds of white roses, water lilllos, palms, tho same is hereby declared a public F S Chaffoo, medicine for pauper, 4 05 Total collected, $10,011.07; vet to bo ,11 y
dyer and all ferns vines, etc. Gardner A Walker, blankets 1 75 collected, $17,1 :
,
; joined hands In various bunches of grass and other secret places, road. IO.W.A.
FSChaffee, medicine for 1 (itO i''
prlsonois .
A. STEWART "
,
games of amusement, bathing, etc. Af and when the commaud was given, "At- Mrs. Charles Lockwood, mother of On motion, the sum of five hundred E L Brady, incrcliandlno for Jail 1 10 Clock, .

the spending a few hours very pleasantly tention 1 lone, two, three, hunt," thirtysix L. D. Lockwood left Wednesday for her dollars was transferred from the Fine Am't pAid to puupors . . ., li)2:) 00, ,.
party of the launch were invited on young people and children made home in New York after spending and Forfeiture Fund to the Pilsoners'' I
,
ward : a Electric; Light Co, lights . II) 00 \
there the elegant house-boat Buckeye things lively for an hour, much to the pleasant winter with her son and family Feeding Fund.TboTJ'oollurer. 0 S Schuylor, Insurance . . :17 /60 Fancy Pineapple. Slips and Suckers :< 1
they of the fifteen old folks sitting
were
highly entertained by amusement made his
here. montbly report -
J Houston
Insp'n marl work 2 00 ;1
tteowneis, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Sniderand in chairs in the midst of the fun. on tho different funds of the County for '8nlc.
It II Stewart, road work . 13111() :
Capt. C. T. West left Tuesday for his !
After all found but six which ,
party. bidding tbe genial The eggs were which was examined and approved. .1 II Tlllnmu II II ,
arty adieu Mr. Harris suggested that as lout. Those foun home in Bunker Hill, 111., but we look Houston and N. Waller 40 40 II'ot.to
given J. J.
were up were appointed R 0 Cieech, It. 11 40 Abbakas, Egyptian and Golden Queen, '
hi& his In the fall
for return early with his
party finish the day the equally divided the committee to tho
by trying were among egg a destroy warrants It B Stewart, II" 22 20 Rico, Smooth Cayenne and Red :!
gamy biue-fish which met with unanimous hunters. Then followed rolling, family, to occupy his new home on Hector turned the Treasurer
a egg Island over by an It A Hardoe, ". '< 25: 00 Spanish. Apply toMADDOCK
vote, and sport soon began. ,It Is which soon demolished the eggs, which per schedule. The committee having J E Bowman, 17 fid, A MATTUAMS, '

ageless to say the' whole party was do were eaten; and this was followed by a Prof. Earl Adams l left here Monday, reported to have performed their duties, A Faber, II 8(1( &i "Palm Bench Pinery," i

tted with the trip. generous supply of roasted peanuts. Mr. for his home in Indiana, but expects to asked to be discharged, which was nocordiugly Chas T Harper II" H (00) West Palm Beach, Fla. i

J- T. Waters and two sons Frank and Munsou received the hearty thanks of return In November to open a class In done. The Treasurer also hada II'J Christiansen 0 /50 .,

Reginald, sailed for Hobe ,Sound last all present for the very pleasant after- music. Ills mother remains hero a certificate attached to his report) show. 0 J Tray nor II 0 (00 ,
Monday, returning noon spent. Mr. Peck added very muchto month longer with Mrs. J. II. Baker. InK that lie had tho balances as his report C Steen, '. ,r 2177
Tuesday Mr. Wa. the of some of the party by called for in tho Indian "
pleasure on deposit "
11th informed the us that he is much pleased taking them for a ride in his handsome Mrs. Kate Gillman, who has spent her River State Bunk. J>I Larson Kaiser, II 4'II'{, ">' 7 (00 TRY BUG DEATH
1573
Hobe ,
Sound section. It is a little launch fifth winter at Hotel Carleton, left; Tuesday On motion it ordered that E. W. '
was II II >
Dutiful sheet of water,-\loaded with for her home in Youngstown, 0., Hall, Tax Collector, bo instructed to II Larson, II ",' 7 oo ...
"a and oysters in abundance. He to at St. few II Kneodsen, 0 00l' )
intending
stop Augustine a '
lot block ON
collect 10 22 Eau GROWING
taxes on l
P
Ws in highest terms of Com. T. A. Banyan. days. A largo number of her friends Uallie assessed at a valuation of $:i00 Hamilton .1 150II I
SOlder's Bowman t.
"inter home Mr. Snider at the to J3: 50 I
; says were depot say good-bye. ?
reduced to $150. VEGETATION. s
haa about F 0 1'oppell II t' ,
live acres, extending from :U75 I ,
Postmaster Goodo has received On motion, It was ordered that the II ''
w nd in news J W Cace
'
to ocean that is most Miss Verner has been giving lessons 100 /a
hId outInavenuesand beautifully in that one of his nephews, Edward Goode, Registration Officer bo instructed to JS Hall, f f" 'a ono '(i' !
dressmaking Banyan.
the art of
walks
An'In ectlclde and
ar- ) 1.1
very furnish the Assessor with list of
ancslly of Washington, who has been In Klon- names U Reed, ", a 00
Wins of arranged with cocoanut trees, Miss Belle Hopkins, of Eau Gallic, is dike for the past three years, has sold subject to poll tax. W J Joy, :3 00( / :, \
every date with Plant Food
"uit' on them variety also trees visiting in Banyan.Mrs. one of his claims, on Hunke creek, for On motion, It was ordered that pursuant J Brooks, :2! 00 Sr f
; a large' collection of to older of the Board at its March
plants which the Commodore col- Geo. F. EnEley and children have *1S,70> and his brother, William, has ISO Walker 2100( ( Combined.
kctad' while their Tropic home after nn offer of $75,000 for five of his claims; meeting in 1800, warrant No. 2707 for J N Waller, II 10 00 N 4N,. N W NM .M
on
Yeaico. In his' a trip to house Japan which and Old retained spending some to time on EgmontKey. That Is nut bad wages for two young $20! ,), Issued to J. ]t. Walker; dated Aug.' J P Brown, feeding prisoner.. 7040 r.. NCw4aw s,4roADVANTAGES fJ
I1about half green cov- men to clear In three years. ft, 1808, on the Rom Fund, was cancel The Board adjourned to moot again OF USE '

:1 In full bloom an acre, tropical, he has plants beds too of Mrs In A.Brautley L. Creech this and week.E. children. spenta Capt. Alex Goode arrived here, from led having, sundry boon warrants Issued at amounting the March to meeting $200 the first Monday 'Jn May, 1890.! Easy to apply, wind does not blow It' .
et for day off and rain will not wash It off. Pre .J
l outdoor culture and as fine Palm Beach, In company with Capt. J, in lieu of same. Done in open ,
tege AhlM as you ever 8aw'; rows cf cel- A. M. Stewart, of Bovine, was a recent E. Chambers, In his handsome launch, session, and warrant destroyed by the vents blight Non-poisonous and will '

'ler two feet high> which !Is blanchDeauti'ul visitor here. Therella. O. W. Allen of New York, Board this April 4, 181J'J. Boris Lost. not Injure anything. except Insect life; .' ;
almost to the was also oat board, and the three. gentle an excelleut plant food, and will Increase
In top by plac- Joel Scott is whiling away his Idle moments On motion, the INDIAN RIVER ADVO. '
boards arrived just Ui time to attend the growth of crop. Send for circulars and
on each side of the rows men
the
selected have
to
bed with sacks. Mr. Waters tak- catching alligators.:. social Tuesday evening, at Hotel Carle- CAT: was list printing Lost at Ft. Pierce, March 3rd 180d. testimonial from those. who have used :
says of the tax for 18IK
of the place all through, .he has seen Beans will be ready. to ship north by ton. Capt. Goode surprised and pleased Upon delinquent petition of 22 citizens or Titus sorrel )horse. Brand on left hip, 8bald; It. Try It-It will do all we claim. "

&nt nothing more beautiful on the whole the 10th. his sisters, the Misses Annie and Jessie, vllle asking that John Simmons and his face and split In left ear. A reward of BAN ro JIT a CHEMICAL: Co., J
rlda them with nice wheel. $10 will be paid to any one bringing the Or Leomlnster Mas* {
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a
lThiuF1 and the by presenting *
and wife spent Sunday at wife, aged 81 and 71 years, bo placed up-
Field
creditrdeThe J. M. horse to (}. W. SMITH, B. J. Martlnay Gon'l 4
deserves The Therella will go north as far as Agt.
Kreat Indianola the list. On motion It
on on was
returned to
and
this place pauper :J.J 72t. Jacksonville,
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Fla.
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iha'JCommodore takes great pleasure Monday Daytona for a ten days trip. ordered that they be placed on the pau. Woodley, Fla. ',.-J.1

lOWing his friends.over his place. The social club and a large number of per list at $5 per month for each one. .. I '
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Gilmer Frlm was In our on Invited friends- were entertained by Mrs. On petition of C. H. Rook, et al, for --- '

rr As an 3rd. He Is having the Magruder orange Frank Robertson at Hotel Carleton, last a public road from the east bank of 'St. 1870. 1
advertising medium, non cleaned out. Lucie River the section line dividing .
: Piper the grove Tuesday evening. Cards, dancing and a on i
East Coast can beat the Mr. Credell, of North Eau Gallle, accompanied social good time was Indulged in, until Sections 4 aid 5, Township 'M, Range CHAS. :R. TTSEN1
.IVOCATE. Give us a trial advt-, by a friend, of Columbus, 0., about 11 o'clockwhen Refreshments' 40 East, to the west line of Section ft,
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worth convinced of the. pink paper''. was giving out stencils this week. were served, after which the evening's the Board appointed Geo. E. Dutton, J.

I la Informed that sport was resumed. Thanks are due P. Christiansen and )(. Sogaard to mark, (Successor to The J. R. Tyson Co., Established 1878))
Your correspondent Mr. and Mrs. Robertson and their daughters view and lay out the same, and reportto

less than one dozen of the 64 of petitionssent the Miss Lillie and Mrs Snedeker for the hoard on the first Monday in May, You can SAVE GOOD MONEY by lending to me for quotations on
Bovine. out to get the opinions people their untiring efforts to make this one of 1800.\

on the question of abolishing Bre the most enjoyable events of the season. On motion, the license reports of His Grain Hay Rice Meal Straw Cotton Seed Halls and
uisa Clara vard County Court, have been returned, Honor.the County Judgefor the month ,
OtweU. her "
I 1I.hi Sadie Snell visited friend, which shows peopledo not care much of February and March were examinedand

I J on Sunday. about the matter. Sebastian. approved. Feed of all Kinds

tutb\OI welI l Clara and While taxes are not unreasonably high On motion, It was ordered that pursuant /
Mea.daughters
at Sat- a good many think that this particufar to order of the Board.at its March
rd7y.Kailoa;, on POULTRY FOODS, Wheat, Cracked Corn Meat and Bone Gravel Cracked
,
,
to advantage.
leak could be stopped Miss E. A. Kitching left last week for meeting in 1800, warrants No. 2080 for
Fred Houston Jut what 1 Is everybody business I Is no-. Cocoa for the purpose of nursing a sick $400 to J. Mendel; 2087 for $500 to Wm. Bone, etc., etc.

, came home on Satur.month's jody's business. lady. It is to be hoped that she will. be H. Sharpe; 2748 for $300 to J. Houston; WHEAT, RYE, Graham Flours, whole winter wheat Flour, Breakfast Cereals,

NVi WiJhare8t rt of trip to the Ever- ?MWMl ** home soon. 2857 for $lal/ to J. N. Waller; 2914 for Buckwheat, etc., Grits, Meal and Bacon ;

later, the party will. be The "Advocate." The Easter egg hunt given for the $100 to J, N. Waller; 2750 for $200/ to J. FERTILIZER CHEMICALS of all kind. Kalnlt, Acid Phosphate, eto. Tobacco
N. Waller the Road Fund were this
kn. Ceo children, Monday afternoon, was very on destroyed Stem, Tobacco Dust, best Canada Ache, Salt, eto.
Houston In
cancelled and
I la day
and three children, INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE on much them. The the open .
The
"MSli 5 Bessie and Laura Houston, I ale at the following new-tands, at five ,.ittle ones dodged about over the way woods session of the Board, sundry warrants INSECTICIDES,. Laurel Green, Paris Green, Blue Stone, London Purple.,. Flour.

ad"of Eau GaIn llie*6 and "'Gene Kenlard, I ent* per copyTitusvlleFred: was a caution, and the last egg was soon having been Issued In place (,f abovementioned Sulphur, sulphide of Carbon, Caustic Soda, eto.

* WIIW Jack* Jut Sunday with S. Chaffee.u 'ound.' warrant BUILDING MATERIALS. Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Fire Brick, Fire Slabs,
IM? of On motion several warrant
SImmons and Tom B. Screven. were '
J.
Windsor hotel.St. W, A. Court returned home from a issued to cancel above mentioned. warrant Hair, Shingle, Lath, eto. "

+altSunday Jacksonville- Hotel Alcazar. daft to Stuart, Monday. He says he *. I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF CONSUMERS ORDERS. Will furnish you with

+ of the Bovine afternoon people quite and a nnm-Borne Ormond. Augustine-Hotel- Ormond. feels like congratulating the children of The Collector was Instructed not to freight rate to your place*" JACKSONVILLE, FLA.




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'6 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, APRIL 7, 1899.COLOR .

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and flavor of fruits 1 I (
GRrd.lnlr for Women Florida
East Coast
Ry.TIME Jacksonville
quality and i It in Raid that the latest study for wo Tampa &

appearance men in forestry, and that the result! of _
of vegetables, I It la Been In' the number of horticultural TABLE NO. 10. IN EFFECT MARCH 13, 1899. Key West R'y.

weight and plumpness of grain colleges which have sprung up all over SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Read Up).1 i .
the country. Germany the country

are all produced by Potash.Potash in which the' new idea has taken the NoDoar.\ Dally Da1 II y IAlly 0 STATIONS. Iftrs1 Daily 0 4 Dally.1It! D.Uy ollbDa1.I1 ITsf'r JOSEPH H. 'DUBKEE Receiver.

deepest root, for there the applicationsfor exmo- Ex.u- ---1-x.d E.t au Ex au1 -

feminine gardeners are more than lOOp lOOp 900& 7fiOa v.. .........Jsckaonr111e..Ar 74J 72l1p1200n 801\p 805a 80UTH -NORTA-. '=
DOQp 220p108ua: 84.1& Ar......... .. tit.Auru"tla..LT 685 685p'l100a'' 206p I In Efleet Feb. 1, '99.
can be filled. A number of Americana Do&p ..... 1086. lliOaLY..8t. Auru.tla..Ar 41 4116 ...... ...... 7Oea No.209.1 No. 21. No. 37 No.23 I NO.32. No.38 o. 711. Nen

: lomo time ago turned their attention to .&.:.:.:.:.: .:.:..:..:.:..: 111th .. .... ..... .....H..tlDrL..L. 684y .. .... .... .... .1l0 P 12op'99220a) L..JACKSOyVILLE..Ar. t 80 a m 305p. 7 40 .
: :_ If1jjN11>!:ii .. ..... . .. alatk17liii .... ... .. .LT ... :::::: .... liMp .. .... 1143 a .........Ora lle Park......... II 63am .... ... 714pm P m :x:: '
the cultivation of flowers and fruit for ..... ..... .... ....,. ........ :::
... I "JIli Li'.... .... .....Palattfit-fir ...... . .. .. ... .. .. .Ieoria. .. "
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the market and a few years ago a New ay -1NC:: : :::: rTiJi) Ar. ..........8.n JrIattlO... ...... .... .LT b03a 202p 10098 .,.........llagnoll............ 813am 2111p e48im..

York society girl Miss Beatrix Jones, .. i Enna a u., L. .........R.n M.t4M>..... ......... .Ar .2105 3o8p1015aGreenCoveSprings...... ..Pal.t....... ........ 809am 211p 84Jpm ;.,
500am
properly combined with Phosplioric announced herself as a landscape gar '1l1P :::::: n:1ii2aL! ",............Eaz P.I.tka..L. '1"19 .. ...,.. TTtz ........ ..lobs...... ...251p1105..... ......*. ......r...?.,Satsuma............ ...... ...128p..... ..11MI'm........ "j.. t tale,
dener and made her hoop ...... 1250p: 10Blllo ...............Ormond.............H 847 418 ? .,,,,, / ails112lp ...u... ...... ......, .. ... ............ Pomona... ........ ... ....... ........ ....... .. ..........
Acid and and good announce ...... IIpl04lla" ..............Dayto............. 8& 408 ...... ...... 180. ........ ...... ........ 11 lOa! ....Cre cent City Janctlon8645m ., ....
p Nitrogen .... ...... ......... .. b0apm 120R"i
ment by some excellent work in that 122plo50a\ : Port Or.are. ... .. 8211 ..., ...... 120! ....... 330am
it. !lOp .,.... l..p 1112& II .....,....New Sm.a .,........ II 804ii"u 8 Np ....,. ...... U0: .4 oa 213a ...atop. ... 12 P'.Seville..g....... 246am ..124Qp...... bpm
liberally applied, will improve line. A course in agriculture was recently ....,. 2 lip .. ... II II ...................OakHUI.1..r.1.1.. II" 2 ..,.. ..,,.. ..liMa:.:... .t 246a...... ......... .. .........Olenwood ....:...:. ... ....... .... .... 10lOpi:
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I 264p1200n .Titus.lla.11.. .... 2 254 S12t
for in Minnesota .
opened .. .. ..
women .. .. .Bereltord. 222am '
t .. .;. .. ... ... ............. .. Sop 301a 419pl2Mp l'lfl2p 836pm'e8i,
CJtl Poin'. ....... a 128 .. .. ...... ...... ....
every soil and increase yield and Russia some time ago set a fine example :- ;;..' ..... 828p 1281p ............. .Cocoa ............... I 224. ...... ...:. 620a ..... ,... 330p1230 Ar} ......DeLand'.......lAr.{ ;;;.... 12u'a' 380 pm....".
in the conduct of baroness 1845 .;.... 84.Sp l246p II ..............Roc edlfe............ 106 21 ...... ...... 924. ... .r Lv ... 41Gpm .
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...... .. ......... ....Eau ........... II 122-4 .. .. ,708a 317a .... lf12p..Oran eCltyJnno. 10aro ....... pm..ii2.p
and of 4Zip Gnnie. 187 ... .. .
quality any crop. who took Into her own bands Abe man- ...... 4......?. 411UP t28p .............MelbourD............ 1214 ...... ...... .. ......J. .... ....,. .... ... U30p ..... ....Ente ') rise .......... ...... ........ 820pm '
of her husband's whilebe ...... ..... Slop ...... ........ ....RoIIeI"nd........... 1187 ...... ...... ...L.... ...... :.:.. .: ........ ........ 8111p Ar .....TITU8VILLE..Ly .......... ........ U30pm ::::::::
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estate
Write and get Free our pamphlets' which agement .. .... ... 62up.: .... "........ ....Bebs.tlan".......... 1132 ...... ...... .. .. ....... ........ ........ 8 < tell how to and fertilizers with was away in government service. .....r.. 81:1p.: ........... .8t. Lncie. .......... 104' ... ...... ..a...... : :..... .. ........ ..... ... 7 OIl' .,..........Tavares .i..,...;:. .......... t 112011 .......... ... :
;(' buy use She to believe that S40* ....,. snip 2111p II ...... )....FortPierce........... 11) li. ...... .,....1910. 800 a 355 a 411Rp .1 asp Ar.... .... Bantord..LT 140 am 1129a 320 P m I5pl
greatest economy and profit. came a practical I..Ir. ...... 6481 ...... : ..11 II.........Eden............... :: 101 .... ...... .t1... ...11. ...... 4112a 545p 24p: .,.....,.....Orlando....... ..., 1301pm 104211 2111pm ... ...
knowledge of agriculture was necessaryto ...... ..,.. 563p ",.. ................Eden. .............. 10 .!.... ... .. .u... ...... ....... Too a 614p 42.\)1) .........Lakeland..... ..... 915 pm 11114a. 1210l'm ...; ..
QEI nAN KALI WORKS, the peasant women and opened a ...... .. ... 703p .. .............. .8tuar'............. 964 ...... ... ...... ...... :... 940 a 8011p./IOp/ .Bartow............ 8111pm lI07a 6 20.m ....;:..
Nassau York. ...... N 2 7Mp.. ............Hobe Sound........... 0 ... 0 ...' ...... ....;;;; 710 a 10MI' 10 Sup Ar..Punta Gorda..Lv 32:1pm: II20a 1033 pm .,. .
93 St., New school for them achieving such a de. .. ,. Dally 74Mp ...... ....... Went Jupiter .......... 01 ......@ally ...... .....,.. 817s 8201' 11MI' ..,.... .... .Tampa..i.. T37pmt1033p. IOOOam...;.:::
gree of success as to attract the attention I1II8a Exsu 825p .... A.r.......,. West Falm Beach...,... 885a 1015aEx.u .... J020p ?.I... ... .... .... .. ......Tama Bay Hotel...... ....... ,.) 807a .......?L.. .
568aTifirs 84ip! IIO/Ip/ LY..P.lm Beach Inn......... 82na1010aa 1rp ...... 100llp1I0I1a ........ 855a 81Op! 6 20p Ar....., IortTampa..Lv 70pm i30a '1020am .....:::
of the Russian government wbic& 9 Ain 8/iOp S lop ......... Royal Poinciana ....... 8 1O15aa51Op ...... lOlop01St l\Ion.T1111r.8at. 11MI' f.A..PortTampa..Ar 200pm .,.,..... ar. un.&Tu,a
two years later established the institution 9150a IIUClp 112Up ....,.. West P.lm Beach ..... Ar 8 60opr... D4 Tues.Frl.&gun 3001' 3 OIlp Ar..Key 'Ve.t..LT. 700pm ............. "ed. at, & loa.
.. ......... .... .D I.Rat&lIlon<< 600p 600 Ar..lfavana..L. 1230pm. Wed. at. DOG'S
A STRATEGY. ...... 10 lOa 1129p. Boyntou..Lv 78 S 1184p ...... ?.
upon a permanent basis. ...... 101 1187p ..... .. ........... .....Delray.... ......... 717!' ."ill" 1126p ...... .....
}t .A Good Bone Hlillng Trlek That ,. .. 11023 1017p.. ........For1 Lauderdal........ 8 4"p ...... :..... Dally. t Daily except Sunday. }Mon., Wed. and Fri.
Wllhelmlna Favor. theUnlted State. .... 1187a 1063p .. .... ............Umon City........... 8 4081' ...... ...... Train leaving Jacksonville 9:20 a. m. arrives Gainesville 1 OS p. m Ocala 2:10 m. Le ,
p. bar
Proved H dot-en*fnl. atOll 1141IIIKIp 700p Ar. .. .......Mlaml. ..... ...Lv 41 4 ...... 7 3:50 m.,dally.
':, "Don may be Ira active than In bit "Although no one is at liberty to re-I BETWEEN NEW 8MYIINA AND OHANGK CITY JUNCTION. Trains p. 81 and 32 Carry Throngh Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and Tam
t peat what he bears from the lips of and local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open for accommodation of passenger t
youth said the owner of an old shepherd No.8 No 1 STATIO S. No. 2 No. Sb Union Station Jacksonville, at 9 p. D..

dog "but his intelligence is by no 'ally says our correspondent, "yet every 605 LT........ ... ... ...... New Smyrna ..........:...........AI' fi iioop INDIAN RIVER SERVICE.I
the decline. He baa been one in Holland knows what Queen 4 Mp 9 27. ........................... Lake Helen................. .........L'f' 1016& II Up4..7p leave Titusville
River Steamers 4:00
II means on very Wilbelmina's sentiments are regarding 1141a! .. ....... ............... City............................ .. 1004a lI08p Indian : p.'m., Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays and Thur
much annoyed of late by the conductof 41Op! 11l5Oa Ar ........ .. .. ...OranRe City Junction..............:.... IO out II OOp days for St. Lucie' and Rivetand Intermediate landings. ; returning arrive. Titusville {Wednesdai.
the merits of the differences., between Thursday s, Friday s Saturday at 12 noon.
a neighbor's dog that is too lazy to All trains between New Smyrna and Orange City. Junction Dally except un y. W. B. COFFIN, G. D. ACKERLY
Spain and the United States ; knows in General Superintendent. General
.r bones for its Passenger Auto
bury own consumption,
a word that Wilbelmina's sympathies West Havana and Nassau.KEY
Key
.. but greatly enjoys unearthing the treasures .
were all with the belligerent that Issued .
'. .1 of others. When Don had been victorious from the conflict. The steamship "City of Key "West" of the Florida East Coast SteamiMv
: cheated out of several of his hoarded Company leave. Miami for Key West on Mondays Weine*UT and Fridays after arrival of 44k
""Indeed was not to be expected train from Jacksonville, about 11:00: p. m., arriving at Key Went next day noon. Florida Central &: Peninsular Railroai{
Stores: in this way, he evidently meditated that the nation under whose yoke Holland Leave Key West 2:80: p. m. (standard time) on Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving
,over the matter until .a bright Miami next: : morning In time to connect with north bound train.
once groaned and which produced
", idea came to him. such ruthless II and HAVANA. The Bteamnhlp "Lincoln" of the Florida East Coast Steamship Company
"One day after dinner when the neighbor's tyrants as Philip leaves Miami for Havana on Sundays and Wednesdays after arrival of train from Jackson
. bis still more sanguinary lieutenant Till, about 11:00: p. m., arriving at Havana at 3:00: p. m. Mondays and Thursdays. Time Table In Effect Mar 12, 1800.
dog was out of the way Don began the Duke of Alva should command the *. Leave Havana Tuesdays and Fridays at 10:00 a. m. (standard time), arriving MlamaWednesdays
to'dig u hole not far from where Ixsat and Saturdays in time to connect with north bound train.
support of the Netherlands' queen in NABSAU. Service. tor the winter season begins January 10. 1800. Proposed sailings u cQ
; watching him. I noticed that hodag d ; .:. i
latest follows: > d15 .:. .
.' ,the hole unusually", deep, and in it striving to perpetuate its tyranny. !& ; A; gAm:: ;I;= g,;;fI) = NORTHERN rol. TS. roes ,a : RA 1;; =
Wilhelmina has in her heart no forgiveness FROM 31li 311. FROM NASSAU. Q3625 Am Zq
,he deposited a large and highly desirable M m
bone. Then he covered it well over with for Spain's ravages, plunder and Tuesdays and Fridays January 10 to February Wednesdays and Saturdays January 11 2081' Lv Titusville FEU Ar. 2641 12415 2M2 !' -
massacre! in the Netherlands, for she is 4. to February, 4.Mondaye'Wednesdaye Mp 7 OIIa II OOa 6 3. p LT. 8t. Augustine oAr 2201' 10 30a 9 00p lO 30a34,5a <<
earth, disappeared for a moment andcame bond and Friday, Feb Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays Feb 4301'.. ... 820a12lop Lv..Jacklonvllle..Ar! 1001' 900a ?.... 7401' 965595,.
the last the
trotting back with a small bone surviving between ruary 6 to March 81. ruary 7 to April 1. 430a l120p...... 9015 ...:.. 841p Lv..Yulee..Ar: ?.... 818a .... 611II1' 8065 91h
Dutch nation and the ancient house of Tuesdays and Fridays April 4 to Wednesdays and Saturdays, April 5 to .. .... atop : .... 9353 .. .... 9401' Ar.Fernandina.Lv. ... 730a .....;. 6161' 7301 toa10a '
which had seen its! bexf days, but was 28. April l. 715p.10305 2Oip101p Ar..Everett..Ar 6110a ...... slop 6301 74745a
.' still good enough in Don's opinion for : Nassau ever a champion ,of political April 8451' .. ....lIl1\1a\ 3161' Ar..Brunewfck.Lv llllia 1146a..... 400p..... ....
,, and religions liberty. What Cuba has Steamers depart from Miami and Nassau at 8.:00 p. m. of days advertised, arriving at ...... .. ... ... 1227" 349p 1t5Op! Ar..8avannah. 922& 646& ...... 3071' .... ..
\.8 thief. This bone he laid on the earth suffered in the nineteenth the destination next morning. ...... ..;;.. 600pI2a. p 3Sip 12Olaa\ LvBavannah..Ar 214a Sofia 1145a 266p.. .... ..,.
.. century Connection. made at Nassau with Ward Line .Steamers to and from Santiago and 2011a Ar Fairfax.S. C..LT ..
;which hid the big one and scraped the .. .. 9231' 2111p l136p ,36& 5 out 630a 12Ma r. .. .,..
Netherlands suffered 800 years ago, and Cienfuegos Cuba on certain dates. :.:... .....::10451' 300p 614p 2110a :: ..DenmarkSC :: 6o8a 3011a 310aI210a.. .. ....
r- -earth over it with elaborate care. I was in the' of ,..... ... ... ...... 11MI' "SlIp 6Ma .AuguataGa. .... ...... l120a ...... ....
enough interested in this'clever ruse to our girl queen rejoices ",otory These Time Tables show the times at which train.and boats may be expected to arrive and .... ..:... .....: 4311p 739p 445& Columbla. B. C. lltoa 1241a ...... 1036& ...... .. .
the Anglo-Saxou race over the ancient depart from the several stations and ports but their arrival or departure at the timesstated ::.... ..... ...... .. ... .. ....I12.\a "Spartanbur;, SC" ...... step ...... ..?.. ...... ...
watch results, and had the satisfaction{ of' her people.Chicago is not guaranteed nor does the'Company hold itself responsible. for any delay or any ... ...... ...... .. .... .. .. .. 140p .. Asheville. N. C. .. .. .... 206p ..:... ...... ..... ....
..of seeing that it was entirely success- oppressors consequences arising time therefrom.call at 224 West Jacksonville addressJ. .::.. ..?.. ..?.. 8401' 1134p 9uoa Charlotte.N. C. 344al020p ...... 8111a ...... ....
/ Record., For copy of local card Bay Street or ...... ...... ......1010p 124a: 1041a Sall b\lry.N.C. 238& 8261' ...... 646a .. .,., ....
;, ful. Early the next morning the thief P. BEOKWITH Traffic Manager. J. D. RAHNER A. G. P. A.' ... ...... ..... 1127p 167a 1210p "Green.borot.'i.C"' 124a 1201' .,;... II30a .,.... ?.,
.seized what he thought an opportune fit.- Augustine. __ __ __ : :... ..? .. ......1236& iJII7a 1301' u Danville va.u 1206& 607p ...... 415a .. .... ....
.. ... .. .01. .. 6C11a. 62.'ip U Ricbmond.Va. .......12011n ...... Hoop ...... .
moment dug up the worthless bone and Answered by the Parrot.A :.:. .. .... ...... 245a 4117a 32lip U l')26p 3Mp ...... 2Mp.".. ..,.
:scampered away, while later in the day owned by Arch street .:.. .. ...... ...... 4 Sinn/ 6 411a II 28p Charlottesville, ." 8 4lip 215p ... .. 1223& .. .... ....
parrot' an ...... ...... .....'. 71111a 94 l90IiI' Washington 11601' 1111ia ...... 92111' .... ., ,,..
Don reaped the reward of his wisdom as physician gave signs of possessing "al. e ... ... ... ..... 012a11a5a1123p Baltimore 4371' 942a.: ,.... 7Mp . .. ....
.he sat munching and crunching the big most human intelligence" the other ... .. .. ... ...... 1136& 118p 266a" Philadelphia 2'6p 720a ...... 112'p .... ....
...... .... ...... 20Ip; 3li3p 623& U New York U 12.00n 12111a ....,. 2601' ...... ..
(i Juicy bone at his leisure. night. A party of young folks were on 1)i .. .... .. ... .. .... 9001' 11001' 30111 "......Boson. ....." ...... 1l00p ...... 1l00a .. .... ....
,. the lawn and hour in !
spending an
r., A' were 34I\ .,.... .. .... ,.... soup Lv .Jacksonvillo Ar ...... .. .. ...... 855. 95,
Queer Story. guessing riddles. Finally a young lady 61ua .. .... ...... ...... 1012p Ar.... Everett.... Lv ..?.. .... ...... 630a 1 4D330p i
The WetternHoo in Sweden, like so asked "Why does a :dog turn around i toi ...... ...... ...... 11211a ,... Atlanta.... ...... ...... ...... 105np 120840p :
other lakes has I ...... ...... .... 930a ,.Chattanoo a.. ...... .,. ... .. .... slop 64"745a
many long enjoyed the twice before he lies down? .. .... ...... .... 7'JOp ...Clnclnnatl. .. .. . .... ..:... ... ... 801''
local reputation of being a bottomless Before anybody could answer the par-

r; pit. The Swedish scientists have now rot croaked "One good turn deserves :I1oa.30: 34 and 38 make connection for Brunswick arriving Brunswick 7:45,1 1.59 a m and 8::15 p i II
:destroyed the venerable legend for in ifr.y 9 respectively. For New Orleans train leaves Jacksonville 9:20 a. m., with through sleepers, a,
another. Philadelphia Call. =k y FeF riving Mew Orleans 7:40: a. m. Only through sleeper line. Arrives. Jacksonville from New 0
r the measurements taken a few days ago 1kAA: leans 6::40 p. m.
BLEEPING CAR SERVICE.Nos. .
they have successfully demonstrated .
She Used Her Eytu.Miss
.31 and 32, New York and Florida Limited
ir /running between St. Augustine Jacksom
that the greatest depth .of the lake is Chatter-I knew you would be 41. and New York. A solid vestibule train consisting of composite, dining and drawing room

.only 119 motors. There still remains, here today to see sister. 41 sleeping compartment drawing room sleeping and observation cars.Nos. .
4 .35 and 36 Fast !Mall Sleepers between New'York and Jacksonville, and the iClnelnna'
l however, a series of mysteries which Mr. Cudler (interrogatively)-Intuition II I a a Sleeper via Asheville. Also through; sleeper between New York and Miami.
science must be content to leave unsolv- ? ,.. o Nos: 33 and 34 carry through sleepers between Jacksonville and New York in connection wit
8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and
Tampa.
d-at leant for a time. It is not only a Miss Chatter-No. Observation. You .,,rNCFJ No. 30 carries Cincinnati Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta an
$ I legendary belief, but there is a quasi always appear on the same day that Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This Is brought to Jacksonville by No. 37. These trains also band:
the St.Louis (via Louisville)and the Kansas City (via Memphis) through sleepers between tho-
scientific that ar ,
supposition living creatures Ethel refuses onionn at dinner.-Metro- m. 4 cities and Jacksonville.

' animal and vegetable can and do politan. Nos. 29 and 30 handle through sleepers betwt en Jacksonville and Cincinnati: No. 30 opens .1
9 p m at Jacksonville for Pullman passengers|
make journeys to and fro between the
t
; All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city tick.
high northern lake of Wettern and the -,. I Ia office,202 Hogan Street as4'elllL8 at the Union depot ticket office.
k ,south German lake of Constance. This S L. A. 8HIPMAN A. O. I'. ,A. F.C. WRIO HT. Dis. Pass. Agt.L 202 W Bay S
A. O. MacDONELL Gen. Pass. Agent.
4t bold conclusion hus been partly justified Noticeof, Sale. A

by the appearance of exactly the same. V y4+1f f

: ;fauna and even the same animal life in and by virtue of an agreement in 4 l
the Swedish and the Swabian inland UNDER executed to the undersigned) by
W. 11.11. Oloason, I will sell at public auc
I- meas. It is even asserted that whenever Lion In front of the Court House door at Tltusvllle -R

; there is a storm on the 'lake of Constance Florida, during the legal hours of sale, on : SouthernRailway.

I the lake of 'Vet tern begins sympathetically theFIRST MONDAY IX MAY A. D. 1800 SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES !

to roll and swell and that to tile highest and best bidder for cash the following .

the southern lake is similarly moved by described personal property of said W. Finest Cuisine and Servioe No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.
II. H. Oleason to-wit: Certificate No. 61, for of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers sComanclie" .
agitation in the distant northern The Fleet U composed
any se>en shares of the capital stock of the East .
lake. The Kleine Zeitnng soberly declares Coast Realty Company of the par value of $100 (new) "Algonquin "Iroqnois "Cherokee "Seminole."
each, standing In the name of said Gleason upon ,
this sympathetic phenomenon to the Ixxiks of said company;. the undersigned being North-Bound. Most Excellent Service Ever Offered Out of Florida.
be a known fact but considerately adds duly authorized by said agreement to exe. .
cute, in the name of the said W II. II. Gleason, Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide.
4 i that we shall have to wait some time an assignment of said stock to the purchaser From J JACKSONVILLE! FLA., ( ton), Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. NORTH EAST WEST.
for the rational explanation of it.- thereof From CHARLESTON.. 8. C., Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. ,
Line" Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papers.
: London: News. HELENVATTON, For hour of sailing see "Clyde *

a fly Harry Walton SouthBound.Steamers .

mar31-apr28 her husband and att'y lu fact. appointed to sail from Pier 2., East River New York at 3 p. m., as follows THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CABS, DINING CARS
A uinuf r nn orCKAKLKSrON. 8. C., Mondays, Wednesdujs and Fridays.For .
Qarswood England/ a ventilating JACKSONVILLE,FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mouuuys. Wednesdays and Fridays. THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAINS.

engine that can dispose of 500,000 cubic Notice. Clyde New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.) .

v feet of air a minute by means of a (Calling at Charleston, S. (.'., both ways) NEW YORK AND FLORIDA LIMITED."

monster fan. The fan is 30 feet in "STEAMERS"are
) Notice are appointed to sail u follows Solid Pullman Vestlbuled Limited. Dining Libr ry Compartment Drawing-Bo00
diameter and \0 feet wide across the fro is erebygi'venlthat ItlsO my Intention to foot of Hogan Street Jacksouvflf e, From Lewls Wharf Boston, and Observation Cars between S,. Augustine and sew York.
vanes or paddles. It driven by ropes apply to the lion. D. IM Oaulden. County FRIDAYS J>'1UDAS.Clyde's .
of lirevard county, Florida at Tilusvllle, ,THE; NEW "
-
LIHITED.
Jude
from a 24 foot flywheel and roars like a

locomotive whirling through a tunnel TWENTY-FOURTH DAY 0V APRIL 1809 St. Johns River Line. Through Vestibuled DrawinrRoom between Tampa and New Tet .

The fan is used for ventilating a colliery -' for authority to sell at private sale all the one. via Jacksonville. Savannah and Columbia; without change.
it is half undivided interest of the Infant Harry K.
coal mine and said to be
or Robbins, In and to those tracts of land lying in Fla. medamelTandingsontheSt.John'sRiver. "UNJTED 'STATES FAST MAIL.
JacksonvillePalatiraSanford.E dawn
= the largest appliance of its kind in the lirevard county Florida to-wit i A strip of terprse Iron
world.-Chicago Record. land nine (9) rods wide lyini? on (he north side JACKSONVILLE.' "FJIEDK. DeBAUY," Pullman Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeping Car. between Miami and New Tork vU
of the south line of lot 2, section 23: township "OlTY'Ol"1' Jacksonville, Savannah: and Columbia
28. south range 'M east: also along the north CArr W, A. SHAW Capt.T.W.LU.ND.Jr.Are .
Iide of the south line of ot (I) one, motion 3i, appointed to sail as follows Embracing Lynchburg, Charlottesvllle '
township 26, south range 37 east the same being Leave Jacksonville 8:JO pin daily except Saturdays. Leaves Sanford 9:00 a in, Enterprise 0:30a ,
'.' vegetable a strip of land nine rods wide along the south m, dally except Sundays Sejrvlou.:strictly first class In every respect. Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia.
r DROPSyCUUDw"b ",.cured .Ide of the two lots above-named and extending ,
cants from Indian Ulver on the west to Banana River HOUND. QaCaud.
UHTH Pullman
Drawing-Room 8leepln.rCarl to Macon
,
Atlanta Chattanooga
BOUND.
In SOUTH SCHEDULE.
called
hopolenn. tea .
ay.atleuttwo-tktM.rtaUs ptom.remoy..d. on the east, and all riparian rights.FRANK Read down. Read up. Lo l.vUl, *, Birmingham Eanu City and St. Louis.

TentlmonislK unit TEW OATS ktminl f rw. O. KINOMAN Leave S.30 w. ,.................,,,Jacksonvlll......... ......;1..,. Arrive 200.. m.
1>1.. B. .. GLLLL'L SOBS. Box: : K,Atlanta.U% r24prU Guardian of Harry K, Robbins. It 8.i5 p.p. m. ...,.......................Palatkft..... .......... ........ .... Leave. 8.00 p, m. Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
.. .... ......... .. ...... 2.90 m.
8.00 a. m. .n...... '., .... Astor .n. .. p. Cincinnati tb
4< ..30 5. 01..n.n..............St. rrauolt...,..o.u......yuu. l.oo p. m. via Columbia and Asheville, Through
: '." a. m. .... ........ ... ......... Uel'Nlord.\.......... .' 12.O9a.UE.I
6.00 .. m. .... ....................Blu. Springs"........................ .' 11.00 a. m. I "LAND OF THE SKY." '
JMALLOHY STEAMSHIP LINE. Arrive 8.30 a. m. ........n..... ..........Sanford...... ..................... .1 9.oo a. m, I ""
i 9.25 a. m. .......;..................Enterprise.!: ...;..................... 9JO a. m. I" :D..M. Dally UmiUd' Tralms F.r Claelaa via ET.r.tt.
1

Florida, New York, CenM Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay Jacksonville.
and Boston. For .talled iDtorm.Uoa0 rate. schwlnlM. sleeping! car reservations, .t4, .pP11O
r. PhiladelphIa' M7 M.*>t of the bocTHuui Railway or lu oonnecileas. ..
w. H. WARBURTON. T. p. A.., I r. M.IRONMONGER.. ru. rui. Art.,
From Brunswick (direct), to New York. d bowling Green New York 204 weal Bay St.,.Jacksonville Fla.

'I r PASSENGER 8KUVICK. O. P. LOVELL..Aut. Fla. Su \I JOHN. L. HOWARD Superintendent.
Jacksonville, Fla | Foot lojran 8t. Jacksonville FU. B. W. HUNT. Florida Paac' Agt. 919 Weil Bay Street, JaokionTllle, FI.
I To make connections with eteawars leave Jacksonville TUEO. O. KOKK T. M., 9 Bowling QreentNew. York.
and "00".naffon J, U. GULP. W A. TURK 8. H. HABDWIOTrafflfl
via Fernandlna
on Thursdays at *00 a.m., WM. P. C1.YPK!: CO., General Arenta. ,
(Cumberland Routed Pinner en route. Or. via all rail lea r.ing .w-Tork. M 80. Delaware Av.,FhUikdelphU. Manager G t. AMt. G_ Pa s. Agt.,
I aoksouvlllo 4:30: p. m. (F. O. Jfc:: I'), via Everett; and South- 8 Bowline Green N Washington. D. C. Wah.'ngto5.. D. a Atlanta. Q..
1 eru R'y. Arrive Hranswlek 8:46 p. .n-. fasneneert on arrival March ia. 1890.
I go dlreotl.boarll.te&IU'r.

'j GOLD I !I. of no value' when health Is [Send the ADVOCATK: an order for any
t'' FUOPO8BI SAILINGS In danger What' of more fPratt'a job printing you need.]
\ Lv.New York Pier 21 E. R., a:OOp. m., Standard Time.) Lv.Brunswick, tablet will break Up = '

Friday, Mar.31.....,......."...,........RIO GRANDE ...?... .... ..........Frld.y Apr.. 1 up.to-date constipation JOBExecuted : 1'Bt: 't'I d
l FrldayAnr 7 .... lOLORADO.' ...,....,.......,.FFlday 14 I a cold In one day, and lot Remember that' the INDIAN RIVKBADVOCATK
,
trouble
and all malarial
and biliousness ,
j lt.-RIO/I doea all kinds of job printing
: It baa no equal. By mall prepaid for 2.."... at abort notice: Send them an order OF ALL KINDS

For general Information, iteamen, trains pAttl.,rates., eto.GILL. applo, 8. A..Te9i1 anY rIlrod. Bay 8.agent.Jaoluoavall or\0 Pratt Medicine Co., Station B, Chicago and be convinced that It U the place'to at tb. -

Ii .W.H..RAYMOND, General Southern Apent Brunswick Oaft. .. 111. Send for eample. have job printing done. ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.
.U.MAULOUr,General Agent, 1'ler :20. K.: River, and Broadway,,N.T.

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..INDIAN. RIVER, ADVOCATE. APRIL. 7, 1899. 1
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1I.Q1 s._ 4-}} Jt..C1rrQun( ; ST.- AUGUSTINE., AB Aitoamdla* lWereer.' GROW ORANGES.

"Jotef Hofmiuui hsi an Mtonnding -

memory," wipes: Marl 'B ',SJnllett of ANKO.NA, FI.A., March 29, lfW.GItur ; ,t

ATLANTA, GA. HOTEL MAGNOLIA the famous young pianist, in" The La- Indian Cirrr.tdrucat.
diet' Home Journal While he war in : .
.-- this country last season he did not As one of tho lessons of the last freeze

have with' him a single piece of nintio the people south flu evard have learned .
7 ST. AUGUSTINE., the fur a certainty that the country south of
for hit own use. Ho brought only
,Fr ti $lliOOO expended on Improvements and new furnishings$ this season.Hydraulic scores for tho orchestra. During the SehnMtan!and River Is pcifcctly sate form -
fruit
Elevator, Hot awl CoM Water llntlm on each floor; hero he a nse grape trees.
early part of hit season sprained I
In lie the
Many "people south part of
'yi alMo Private llntlis added to several suites and Heating Arrangements
_ hit wrist slightly, and 'for a week he county would plant more of tho trees If'
aro a.few of the Improvements added this season, making this
did not touch the piano. At the end of had suitable
they bud. Tho amount of \I,
popular house one of the most comfortable and well equipped hotels In the
the week be appeared in concert and land uUing'the river Imam Ft. IVrre to .
South, Write for bookletV Ili remain open until May 1st.
: played with the orchestra a Boethoven south side of Iho county, xuliaMo for.ranges ,"
PALMER & MncDOWULL. concerto which he had not similarly : I"I very limited, and in many ',iJ

played for eight years. Ills only preparation places pineapple growers have cut t down 'I.
r' '
r THE FLORIDA ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. was to sit up in bed just before thrlr prospects wind-breaks fur.rahgegrnaing., thus diiiniigluj I their 1

_ 2.V). Rates reduced from and the concert and look over a borrowed I
Capacity $1 to $:a nm writing this specially to (Infoim
$3: per day. A large, well appointed, admirably located hotel, Riving, tho comforts score, When ho Is exporting to play in your tenders that 1 hove for sale l ho-
:' and service without the cost of the more expensive ones. Elevator, the evening, he scarcely touches tho longing to myself in Township ,11 to 40.
_ ; :4 q 1 Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Jlatlis, etc. Correspondence or personal piano during the day Perhaps he plays tho lineal body of hind In tho county 11Ir-
\investigation may nave you much. Open until may. for half an hour some exercises! to taku above pnipoxt's. Thu land lies t>n I h..1 IU I

Du. T.-.A. WORRALL, Manager. J. T. SKILES, l'rop'r. the stiffness out of his fingers) Hide' of the laltrnnd.: In the region v} to j
{ I "110 is very prone to become so interested 4 mile north of St. Lticlo Mutton a few "
i in things that he forgets how time mtltM abovo Indian Itlver Inlet. This )
Hotel. do ll\nllill part heavy hickory nnd oak: with
Algonquin flies and ho is quite as likely to
tho approved yclio noil, and I pail+ heavy
this when, he is to play as at any other low hammock \

--J- King Street, ST. AUOUSTINE, FLA. time. Often when his father and his Filers will bo reasonable, amid any one ,
manager, after on hour of anxiona waiting tn the county who may contemplating; .'
1811: lpi lnr Refitted, newly furnished and under are on the point of going to the planting trees cnn M.{ the land; by callIng -

lTKi1 ( new malla emel1t. Contrary\ located theater and calling off tho concert Hof- on me or willing me, miiklm ar- ,
t all
; ; near points of interest Large sample mann rushes in all out of breath and rangemcnlH In nil vunee. Haven't wo ')

room for Plaza use of and traveling Monuments.men. A Overlooking full with hands red and stiff with cold. He learned' the need! of diversity by this

HOTEL ARAGON ATLANTA, GA. view of the ocean and rolling breakers plunges them into hot water to take out time ? Would not n young jjrovo of MX) ,
.
111'1.\100' trees bu comfort when he-
The Palace Hotel of the South. from the piazzas. baths, gas, electric tho stiffness, thou gets into his evening a
: cold
American.and European plans. We cordially invite the patronage of the best ? 4.. bells and a perfect system of sewerage. clothes at top speed, jumps into a carriage nights; come l'C.. T. McCAMiv .
Commercial, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located, only three blocks s and is driven to the theater without
Rates: $2.00 to $2.50 per day. Special rates by the week. !QT* Ankona, Fla. !
!from Union depot, at highest: point In city and away from all noise, dirt and smoke Open all year. C. F. COX''Proprietor. stopping to taste food.
!torn trains. Every modern improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelled
bj any hotel in the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Hates, American plan, )ollnr Hunter. THE EAST'S NEW RELIGIOUS t.;
S'
$.50 to $1.50 per day; European plan, $1.00 to $3.00 per day. "
of FIGURE.
has taken low view
All Europe a
GEO. W. COLLIER, Jr., Manager. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. .
THE
ABBEY the belligerent posHibilitiosof the Unit -

Near the City Gates. St. George Street. ed States, partly because we keep small Tho policy of Thu Ladles' Homo Journal

ATLANTA military and naval forces, but mainly In Its religion; department, seems, '
fte Holland GA. Hot Sulphur Baths froo" to guests. Electric Dells., Rates, $2.00:! per day. because we are very much given to to be always ready to engage the pen of

1 27-29 Auburn Avenue. Special rates by the week or season trade. The swashbuckler at tho military tho man most Immediately prominent In
the cYlIol tho rcllulons world. Thus It
LOCKWOOD & TEAIIEN, Proprietors. club still entertains feelings of contemptfor
has hud tho services of Mr. llecchor.
such
the bird that does not wear
Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences. Doctor Tulnnige, Doctor Pnrkhurnt, Ian
his. If in the civil
gaudy plumage as and It. will\
Mnclaien now have those 9 t
MBS. ,F. A. VOORI1EES, Proprietress, PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. war we showed a plentiful lack of military Dr. Newell Mlght. IIIHU, Iho new pastor
science, we at least showed an of Plymouth church, in Brooklyn--
Rates, $1.00 to $1.60 per day. Phone 1029.!) abundance of courage a general willingness Doctor hulls\ has given the Journal m .
This hotel Is now open for ROOMS ONLY. It is centrally located, near to fight, a tenacity that lasted sense of articles upon which ho had been '

Postoffice Hank nnd Cathedral. till one side was crushed and till the wolking f.irovrr II your previous to hi*
LITIIIA ,SPRINGS, GA. Rooms, ftOcts to,$1.00 per day; $1.50 to $0.00 per week. other had accomplished its purposes, eastern call, and the lust of these articles !

V. D. SANCHEZ, Manager. and a cheerful willingness on the partof will bo published the next Issue
'
of the Tho series Is all
magazine.
con
the people both north and south who

He/ S wee t ater Park Hotel t I MOST LITDIA BEAUTIFUL SPRINGS, GA PALATKA. were not righting to 'support the menwho'were. 'nected general In subject. thought of ,"Tho and :Secrets presents of tho} a

RESORT HOTEL In spite of all Jhis, the accomplished Happy Life."
AND GKOUXDS IJf THE STATE. European gentlemen whose ,, "

Situated twenty miles west of Atlanta, on main line of Southern Railway. A burden of gold lace is almost greater Cll1&11I of Nolicdlllfl.
commodious, modern, high-grade hotel; steam heat; electric lights. Cuisine Graham Hotel than they can bear and who spend their
unexcelled. The wonderful Bowden Lithiu Spring and its health- PALATKA, ILORIDA. leisure in tho ,
playing
producing bath. Magnificent bath house in connection with hotel and too copious On Monday next, and until further
under the same roof. Turkish, massage, vapor, electric and needle baths. "kriegspiel" bad nettled it in their notice, the Mennicr St. Augustine will
Write for Illustrated Booklet. JAMES E. IIICKEV, Proprietor, The only Brick Hotel In town. "Electric lights and bells. Open the year minds that we aro too much given to leave Tltimvllln for' St Luclo River and

Lithia Springs, Ga. round. Service strictly first-class. dollar hunting to fight. Intel mediaUi 'points, returning here on

If" Dry atmosphere, beautiful drives, every facility for outdoor sport. Rates: $2.60 per day and up. Special by the week or month, and to families. 'Dollar hunting! It is impossible to Wl'dlH'Hda.VH.! .
I estimate the amount of comfort the description On ThuiHiiays the St. Augustine will
Mns. M. L. HAR HART, of Americans as dollar hunters only go its far as Melbourne, returning

JACKSONVILLE. l'roprletrose.URIIIOND. and the breeders of dollar hunters to TltuHvlllo! next day. I r .

(for which beautiful expression I thinkwe
are indebted to John Stuart Mill) FUI2I8' OF CJIAllGi

JACKSONVILLE FLA. has afforded to European litterateurs, a
HE 1 ST. JAMES social snobs and military And Any adult\ suffering from a cold settled
Season 1898-1809.!) Open Dec. 18, 18S.!) persons.is accused of on tho breast, bronchitis, throat or lung;
the American abroad
HOTEL COQUINA OR1tONDBY-fIIISEA, FLA. yet troubles of nature, who will call at
The St. James needs no introduction to visitors of Florida. From a small being too free with his money.-Lippincott's. any "
Fred\ 8. Chaffee'H drug store, Tllusvlllo ,
beginning in 1809, the St. James has increased in size and added to its appoint- .
or J. P. Cooper's drug store Cocoa, Fla.
neat with Increasing popularity of the tourists' travel to Florida. Open for the Winter Season. Fine Surf Bathing, Fishing and Wheeling.MRS. ?
serYattua Aterl. will be presented with sample bottle of
The location Is unsurpassed, being on the highest ground in Jacksonville, 1'r
MBS the St. James Park. .- M. VANCE, Proprietor.MELROSE ItoHclieo's German Syrup, free of charge. t'
The general l opinion on the preservation
I Only one boitlo given to one person, and
Baggage checked all .
to
points. of meat is that the decomposition none to children without order from
Its music, as in the past seasons, will be furnished by Prof. Ed Prouty's Orchestra of the blood is the cause of much of the IlIl'1I I tHo

and will be of the high grade. This house, as In the past, is under the HALL ORMOND, FLORIDA trouble experienced in keeping moats ina } No throat or lung remedy ever had -
management of J. R. and will be done
Campbell, everything for the comfort and
Danish such sale Itoccliee's
fresh'and wholesome state. A a as ) Gorman SyrupIn
pleasure of its
guests. Address by mall or telegraph, On tho Halifax River, and ono mile from the Sea; situated in a grove of scientist gives some points on the preservation I all parts of the civilized world. Twon.
J. R. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla.Hote'l article of food. ty years ago: millions of bottles were
palms and live oaks. Interior furnished with baths and heated by hot of this important
water. First-class in every respect. The methods of killing the animal according given away, and your dniirglsts/ will tell
WFacilities for driving, boating and fishing. Terms moderate. to his theory, are greatly at yon Its success was marvelous. It I 1& j
really the only throat and lung remedy
FLA. Address: SCOBIE A LIPP1NCOTT. fault. The animal must bo stunned, not generally endorsed by physicians. Ono

P1acideJACKSONViLLE killed, and instantly the ready assistant 75 cent. bottle will cure or prove its value.
: --------- ------- ----- the heart
with a sharp knlfo cuts; to Sold by dealers In civilized countries.
and opens the ventricle. This allows .

ROCKLEDGE---Plaza Hotel. tho blood to rush out, completely clearing -
Centrally Located. Most comfortable hotel in the city. All conveniences. the veins. Thou a solution of salt,
Unexceptionable cuisine. 'Bus meets all trains. Ample Sample Room accom tho Horn pathic
modations depending in strength upon lengthof
for Commercial men. Rates $2.50 per day.
Conducted under the able and efficient management of DO YOU EAT ORANGES ? Do you want to see them in all their glory-on time tho meat is to bo kept, ia thrownby
the trees in full grove form P Do you want to pick them ? Then go to Rock- n powerful pump through the uninjured
P. TISCIILER, Proprietor and Owner.Travelers' ledge:; on the Indian River. The beautiful new Plaza Hotel Is the hotel. Come ventricle and thence in the veins'

and you will be pleased. Fishing, sailing, driving, duck, hunting, and shoot of the entire carcass. The operation is Dyspepsia Powders.
ing alligators, all make up amusement for you while there. The table, ser- an extremely simple and short one, and qI'
vice, and social evenings at the Plaza have become famous. For tho best our immediately upon 'its completion the

The Hotel New rates are reisonable. S. II. PECK, Manager., animal can be dressed and cut up. Meatball Citron Indigestion/ Sour Stomach, Kruo-

Management. rnr- See Mr. Christlancy,'representative, at Windsor Hotel, regarding rooms and been kept three mouths with perfect lions, Bolchlngs, Piles, Itching of > :

rates. satisfaction under this form of treat Skin, Liver Troubles, l'l lplta- ,;

ment. This discovery opens new possibilities tlon of the Heart, etc

SYDNEY HAIGH, Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. MttltltlTT (Men-itt' Ixlnnd). in the way of preserving meats I,
and Is without the objections usually ,
urged to other ways of removing the I>mulI'loNA powder before mcatoi

Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. r'O' 7ifB' verview. blood. and at bedtime. _,-"._

THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. .I\

tJ- Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. MERUITT, FLORIDA. ON INDIAN RIVER. Yet lie Needed Him. ,<\
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Mrs. BiJIus-Y-yes, John J is at home, Twenty Powders, 25:i cents.
On high pine land. Health, comfort and sport No better Hunting and but I hardly think he's in a suitable
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Fishing In Florida. frame of mind to see you. ,, i
Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Depot;
Roseland Open from January 16th, 1809. M. B. MAHON. The Rev. Dr. Fourthly (making a '

Near the Ostrich Farm. pastoral call)-He ia in no serious trouble SAMUEL EDEN, M, 0r ;:.9!

I hope ,
On your way South stop at Roseland. Three acres beautiful lawn, bowling WEST PALM 1U2ACII.The Mrs Ulllus-Why, no; but he took BROOKLYN, N. Y";. "

alleys, tennis court grounds and other amusements. Roseland must be one of the furnace registers apart a little
1310 Bush wick Avenue.
!ten to be appreciated. If you come to Florida this winter, call and see us. TheGem WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. while ago to fix it, and he's frying ,

m of Jacksonville. Located on St. John's River. Take car at station. Tran- Palms I to put it together again.-Chicago '),j

sleet rates, $0.00 to $10.00 per week. Stop on your way north or south.S. :J A first-class hotel situated on beautiful Lake Tribune. FREE :'
Worth, opposite Royal Polnclana. Electric lights,,
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R. KNOX, Manager. electric bells baths,"etc. $2, $2.60 and 13 per day. Special rates by week. Ilhm'urck'H Iron Nerve CONSULTATION '.
-- The Palms, West Palm Beach, Fla. ;
Was the result of hit splendid health. \
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} JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Apposite -- -- Indomitable will and tremendous energy with. our home treatment. We are
HOTEL MIAMI. are not found where stomach, liver, kidneys .
OXFORD
,i- Sf.: James Hotel physicians, and you get the benefitof f
and bowels are out of order. If you
our experience.<< No matter what
the
want these qualities and success :
Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and they bring, use Dr. King's New Life your trouble Is, how simple or how
homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Obfor1" pleasant Jack: HOTEL MIAMI MIAMI, Blscayne Bay, FLA. 1'11111. They develop every power of hopeless, we can do you good, and' ,/,'.

IOn ville stay.. Rates very reasonable, (Give!the Oxford' a trial fee's brain drug and body.store. Only 25o at' 1<, S. Cha/ if we can't we will honestly tell you '.

MRS.'M. O. FINLEY, Propr., Pleasure grounds, extending five hundred feet to river; boating and fishing; 'o. Thousands of tired, weary, lick: '1

- eight hundred feet veranda.' and hopeless people have been 'en- ;,
--- A drop of the oil of humility fcltl$ save ;

FLA. f A.I R. THOMPSON r Prop.r., a man from great deal of'the smart"pf( ; tlrely.and permanently cored b1 "'! ;

r The / JACKSONVILLE, '
A n d House -- '- -- humiliation -\ ,\:I
reu" St. COMPOUND
Newnan MAGNOLIA SPRINGS I'LA.
No. 318 ,
A ,
When you ask for Dr. M. :. Simmons

American Rooms without board, cOo. Liver Medicine, see that you got it and OXYGEN ,
and European. Rates, *1.00 per day. SPRINGS FLA. worthless In itation.A 1
per Street care passing house con. MAGNOLIA not tome
day.
Hotel
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Special rates to permanent guests.
sect with trains and boats. Ask conductor to stop at No. 818 .- wnan tt Magnolia Springs ., (St. Johns River). sermon,hasn't, been preached untilIt Why not take heart again and IDW .<,.

ln8. ,v). A. ANDREU, owner and Proprietor.R Twenty-eight miles south of Jacksonville by the Jacksonville, Tampa & Key bat got Into a few pain of shoes and ,tlgate this great principle. We Itavo 'v'

West Railway and river steamers. Open urea In all rooms. Steam beat gone out on the street. thousands of testimonials. Send for k{(
Elevator. Pure spring water. No mosquitoes. Well-kept golf course. book on home treatment, wonderful
Solomon took the world for text and
H Hotel G t GenMCoinnM JACKSONVILLE, fLA. Tennis, Shooting, Flthlng, Boating, Drive*,jiwinamlng pool. 13.00 and HOC a cures to the sick, etc,, free.
Cor.: Forsyth and Cedar Str eta. per day. O. D. SEAVEY, Manager. preached the shortest sermon on record I

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electrlo lights, pa Artlltlcally and elegantly furnished.firstclass"ommodatIons The ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine<< .j, *%. '
Recognizing, the Tourists are looking for low rates for clears the complexion, gives buoyancy to '
'act that Is making very reasonable prices by the week, the mind, cures headache, regulates 1112 Glrard St., 1'ltllu.I ," PtuOt 1:;1
thl'oule Prices Salt tie Times '
month or seaaqu.. ,Rates, per day, $2.00 'tVeekly 4' 3RS.r ates J.00'aTERIIYppER ,n.Prop.li to stomach, bowels and liver IT feb JOO : .}/,

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'8 INDIA RIVER ADVOCATE APRIL 7, 1899.

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soml-annnally and due January 1, 1014! appeared.In OAe::
S.JV OJr:
The semi-annual Instalments of Interest, the Senate, on the stroke of 12, ROBBINS & GRAHAM ,: : ,

each amounting to 1(1,1)80,( ) have not been Secretary Appleyard announced that, ] !If
paid since July I, 180:,. Other Interest by virtue of his seniority, Senator GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of) Kin
: makes tlio total due February 1st last Broome, of Gadsden, would call the ,(
$423,133.20' and with the principal aggregates Senate to order, which he did, following ...La', yore... Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage SolicitedTITUSVILLE.

an indebtedness of (1,080,133.21)I the fall'of the gavel with a short speech. '
The mortgage given to secure the first Secretary Appleyard first called the FLORIDA
mortgage bonds on the Atlantic Coast, roll of the holdover members, then the WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND -

... St. Johns and Indian River division, on names of the new Senators, all respondIng
--- COURTS. EI : RA:: :C Y &: :
-- UNITED STATES
September 1, 1805/ was $:J60OOO, and due to their names. 3Rp,
1 1 January I, l006, with G per cent Interest. The new members were sworn In by -
: BENJ. W. JEROME.). The amount unpaid since September 1, Chief Justice Taylor, and the electionof Groceries, Grain, Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers Staple & Fancy Groceries, Fi

1895, amounted on February 1st to $03,. officers and attaches of .the Senate ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished And Food Products of all kinds., Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal GrOt
State lJeprcentitlve. PENNSYLVANIA. 021, making a total, with principal, of was proceeded with: Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively!
JIION/ WORKS CO., for 153024. Senator Carson nominated Hon. Frank for Lands in Brevard and Dade the above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit your nan./.!:
the Sale or GLOBE OAS ENGINES, This sale ends the long period of liti Adams for president, and in the course Very truly' E. BRADY A BBO., Tltunllle
In which the Jacksonville his remarks he Counties P'1a;
k Maiiue and Stationary.:: gation Tampaand of paid tribute to his
Key West Ry., has been Involved, nominee's excellent qualities, referring I --
P Gelling Agent COLMAN ACETYLENE and gives to the Plant System, which to him as an able parliamentarian, the

OAS MACHINES. Safest:: Chca-| owns the South Florida Railroad.- run. model of frankness and open We have a large List Lesley & Motlo-my
eAt and Best lighrtor private dwellings from Sanford to Tampa, a through line and kind In manner and Impartial, with

and atnieaix from Tampa to Charleston by way of I the sole aim and desire of serving his of Lands owned by
Jacksonville Heretofore traffic over State for his State's good to the best of (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
x For prices, catalogues: and estimates, the Plant System from Cuba has passed his ability.In .

address, through Florida by way of Live Oak, but seconding the nomination Senator ourselves and clients. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rnms, Gins and Wblsll

BENJ. W., JEROME, since the shorter line has been acquiredIt Palmer, of Illllsboro, said that nothing
Rockledge, Fla. Is said that it will hereafter be largely could give him greater pleasure. Price for unimprovedlands Bottled Beers, Ales and Stoat _

carried to and through Jacksonville over Senator Adams was elected presidentby
A Flrs class Line of Cigars. .** Billiard
the J., T. & K. W. Ry. a unanimous vote. $3 to, $100 and Pool Table

The Anhenser-Busch Brewing Asso'ion The ADVOCATE, in Its last Issue said: In the House, promptly at noon Dr. Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given: to m'
Many would probably be surprised to William Forsyth Dynum, chief clerk of per acre. orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY &.MOTLOW, Titusville:
Fumous St.Louis Keg and Bottled Iieer. learn that the F. E. 0. Railway may put the House of Representatives In 1807,
In a bid for the Titusville branch. We sounded the gavel and called the roll of 1
Sold by Mei Loftier &: Motlow, Tltusvllle. Fla.B1 .
Mr. .1. D. Crabl, Cocoa Fla. say very little, but like Jack's parrot, the new House. WE have a few Residence; Orange r
W By Mr. W.J.Tucker, Fort I'ierce, Fla. think the more. The representatives were then calledin Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable -
groups of six, and sworn In by Justice
The train that now stops at New fl ,
...JOSEPH ZAPF... Smyrna will lay over at Tltusville and Mabry of the Supreme court. locations. Prices Reasonable.
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; The clerk then called the roll
Conductor to as- A SMALL CONTRACTOr
Dean, It Is raid, will take
Wholesale Beer and charge of the train between TI- certain if all members had taken the f TITUSVILLE '
running
Liquors
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tusville and Enterprise. oath, and all responded in the affirm- OFFICES' .' 1 and MIAMI. \:. II Or a large one for Nails, Builders' Bar,

In a few days Viee-President J. R. ative. ware or Tools, we will fill to the builde
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West Street
Bay I Mr. Hilliard of Escambia In short
a
Parrott and staff will make entire satisfaction and at
an Inspec- prices that
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JACKSONVILLE, FLA. tion of their new purchase'rand as Mr. I but eloquent speech, nominated lIon. MRS. DEISHER'S BOARDING HOUSE, i i for the
competition same high grade ,
Parrott has a friendly feeling towards Robert McNamee, of Lake county, for np-t
Tltusvllle, we hope he and his staff will Speaker of the House. He was unani- TITUSVILLE, FLA. i d I \ date quality. We have the most comple

Southern Home bo received in a becoming manner on mously elected by roll call.Among stock of House Hardware and shelf goo>'

their arrival. other matters, Governor W. ,, '![ In Titusville, as well as superior
+! D. Bloxham presented his message, Board Room One Dollar + "" carpenter
Many of our townspeople are under and Per Day. _
which Is considered able r and mechanics tools of all kinds.
Bird Food the a very one. ,
Mocking impression that the purchase of the
lIon. John Denbam of West t
Tltusville-Enterprlse branch will throwall Key pre ,
I the steamboat hands out of sented the speaker with a handsome gav- When in need of White and Rye Dread, .

25cts per Ib.,5Ibs. to the injury of business; but employment it is el, bedecked with red, white and blue Pies, Cakes, etc., go to Mrs. Deisner's ? '-.....,. tb
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ribbons made from the keel of the ill Yachts houses -
City Bakery. boarding ,
no use anticipating trouble time will
for $1.00 tell. No knowing what Improvements; fated battleship Maine,'as a token of the hotels and families supplied.
esteem and confidence of the, Monroe JAS. PRITCHARD & SON
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be
will
- Fresh Every Day. made in town by Mr. Flagler. ,

i x Manufactured by Dade long County, but the may ADVOCATE also have is a surpriseere not county The speaker delegation.accepted. the historic me- MarketG. Titusville
Ing a word. say- mento in very appropriate words, and East Coast Meat ; F1.a.
I HENRY R. THOMAStiLaVilla >
grew quite eloquent and patriotic in returning -

; Pharmacy, thanks.If ., F. DUREN, Agent. :

Cor. Adams and Madison Sts., MASQUERADE BALL AT TI- == .. ESTABLISHED 1875.. .

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. TUSVILLE.One you are In search of bargains, 0rr "'
,. read the ADVOCATE columns carefully! CD'f. -. \JVtel._ .- ::SO-creS & CO,
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: DR. E. H. ARMSTRONG winter was given by the Titusville Social -Please write us whenever you fail to -'e lyn : 'GRAIN! GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZER!
I Club, in the Opera house, Wednesday receive the ADVOCATE. =' ,

S't evening. It was by far the most bri'- _:) ,:::a.. 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
S OPTXOX..A..N. llant social event in Titusville this sea -

son. The handsome Opera house was Notice. handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. .A complete stock of Ha

brilliantly illuminated by electric lights, ______ _. Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright a
and the magnificent and picturesque is hereby given that It Is my Inten- =' .en.- dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
costumes of the fair maidens and matrons NOTICE apply, together with other citizens : ,:::a.. C Star Brand Fertilizers! -Guaranteed Analyst, Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer Fare Groc
made a scene of beauty that will not of Ilrevard County,to the next Legislature p Bone Nitrate Soda Muriate of Potash Sulphate Potash Kainlt, etc. These fertilizers have
m. of Florida to Introduce and pass a bill enacting superior in the market,and a trial will convince.I Bend for Catalogue free.
be !
soon forgotten the and .
by
! spectators *law to provide regulate and prohibit the run-, ;Titusville 'Florida.
participants.The ning at large of lions,within the following ter
youth, beauty and chivalry of TI- ritory In Brevard County, Florida aa near aa
the terntoBeginning -
about within following
vllle society were there-Including an practicable THE MOST COMPLETE "

l aYw ADVOCATE representative; and Professor eight miles north of Titusville on t: The Ideal Hat Fastener.

t EYE SPECIALIST. Koerger sent forth some supoib music, one the west and one shore half of mile Indian! thence River, southerly thence run so west as Electrical Supply House statue:: -
which made the dances the
very poetryof to run one and one-half miles west of Indian
te- motion on that finely-polished floor. River to a point one and one-half miles west of Bicyclists will find it a Boo
Pierce thence southwest .THE JOHNSON LAW CO.
The Titusville Social Club certainly the postofflce at Fort ; .
r v Permanently, located in the City of to the north of the St.Liicle IU her; thence
scored a grand success and added new said' river to Indian River and No hat for hats
required
,, Jacksonville the round easterly along The most useful and salable invention out. pins
year carrying laurels to those already won by previous across said river to the Atlantic Ocean; thence ELECTRICIANS, bonnets. "
the largest and most Complete Optical dances. The costumes of those who northerly along the Atlantic Ocean. to a point
sales and Send for parti
opposite of beglnnhg 'thence west Great Inducements to agents. Quick large profits.
t..r Stock South. A scientific and careful participated were both beautiful and erly to the point of beginning on indian River. Jacksonville, Florida. ulars and clrcnlrrs. Address "I. II. F," No. 700 South Pryor St.,
a fantastical, and considerable mirth was R. A. IIARDEE.Notice"of Ga.Chance .
IOfeb Atlanta,
test made before fitting glasses. -Tapr jgr" Prompt attention given.
caused by the antics of some of the gentlemen -
! Office and Salesroom N. E. corner of It was very hard to discover i

Bay & Laura Sts., at Clark's Drug store.' who were the masked dancers, although I Master's Sale.

many surmises were made by those pres w
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ent. At the unmasking, many found and by virtue of a decree of fore + of Life Time !
Li For Sale nut they had been laboring under a UNDER Court in and and sale for Issuing Jtievard out County of1 the Florida Circuit a .

wrong Impression. wherein Mary E. S. Degrauw as executrix uf the
The programme was''quite a long one, estate of Aaron A. Uugrauw, ia complainant,
ten
At Daytona, Fla., five and acre and his wife Esther
and Norman R.Johustone
and it after o'clock before
was one a. m. -
4 lots choice vegetable and 'orange lands. Johnatone et. al.are defendants I will sell at I
>" Cheap for cash, or 'will make liberal this delightful dance terminated public auction, In .front of the Court House rr II .A magnificent property will be sold at a. .
Everyone enjoyed the occasion immensely door at Tltusvllle Krevard County, Florida,
terms. Address
and were sorry when the hour for during the legal hours of sale,on the
COURTLAND DUCK IAN, breaking arrived. FIRST MONDAY IN MAY, 1890,
22 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. Among up those who had the prettiestand being the first day of said month to the highestand
best bidder for cash, the following descrlbed -
t ,. Perkins' following.most fantastical costumes were the real' to-wit estate tAU situate In Brevard'County, FlorIda I GENUINE BARGAIN.About I

I "Sain Is Dyeing. the north part of the south-half of the
LADIES: southeast quarter of section 12, township 23,
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., Gentlemen's Cleaned south range 36 east,'described aa follows Beginning
clothing pressed
; Mildred Woodward dancing girl; Mrs. ; seven chains north of the southeast eight acres of Grove In as fine condition as any on Indian River, co
and repaired. Dyeing in all its branches. Win It. McFarland,, Quaker maid; Mrs. corner of said section 12, thence run west to the
Old clothing made to look equal to now Goo. M. Robbing,' American girl; Mr. southwest quarter of Bald section 12,, thence Edison LaLande cell, type "V," for talnlng a comfortable six room Cottage, large Cistern, and the finest Packin

4 All orders by mall or express prompt A. C. Curtiss, Japanese; Mrs. J. P, : corner north 13 of chains the southwest, more or quarter leas, to of the the northwest southeast marine gas engine Ignition.: House in Brevard County.

w attended to. Prices low. Brown, joker; Mis. II. W. Reynolds, ; quarter of said section 12: thence east 40 chains Situated about midway between,Rockledge and Cocoa; Convenient to tl
guaranteed. less, to the northeast corner of the
powder and patches; bliss Carrie China, more or
the southeast of Churches, Stores, etc.,'of both.
SAM PEUKINS, Cleaner, and Dyer, folly Mrs. W. D. Wa.ddell, milk maid; southeast quarter of quarter
; said section 11, thence south 13 chains more or I ; NEAR & TAYLOR For further '
} Titusvilloi; Fla. Mrs T. N. Decker, gypsy; Mrs. E. C. less to the place of beginning, containing B2: particulars, apply, to
10 years in Sanford, Fla. Jones, night; Mrs. Wm. M, Brown, court acres more or leas being the same land conveyed WALTER GOODYEAR,
f II. Same Catharine 1). Sam,
: to John by Artesian WellCONTRACTORS
lady; Mrs L. C. Branning, press; Miss and recorded In Wrevard County in Deed llooltN t' > ''Dept.. A., 3 to 7 W. 20th St.,
'i Jackie Rice, gypsy fortune teller; Miss page 35:, and conveyed by .John H. Sam.and New York, N. '
( ;...' JJ3T" Reading notice ads. on this page Bessie Hall, Japanese lady; Mrs. Jas. wife to Norman R. Johnstone by deed
much thereof as will
dated 2tth 18U2 or so li
L -are live cents per line per week. Pritchard, :Spanish Senora.OKNTI.EMEPJ. be necessary April to satisfy said decree. ff s --

!: : OEO. M. ROBBINS, Eau Gallle Fla, When in JACKSONVILLE
D. L. GAULDEN, Special Master. The
r THE., T. & K. W. R. SOLD. N. II. Willahan, convict; W. E. Complti. Sol. aprt-28 Visit' the Clyde
Youngs, cow boy; J. L. WrightSpanish

i 4' (PLANT ANn _11KATTY______ AUK Till: )_'nu___. cavalier; L. C. Branning; Hottentot; D. The finest SALOON In the South.
Pritchard, red devil:Chas.1!. Walton,
CHASERS OF IT. domino it. E. MIms convict; C.C.
pink ; .
,- Curtiss, sailor; John C. Jones, China- GAY BROTHERS The best bii
blue domino Jos. liquors that can
It U Said That Ileattr Represents II. M. mau; Jas. Pritchard, clown money
Harper convict; Arthur Brown, ; I
Jl'la.lerI'lant Get the laIn Line .
M. S. Jones, jr., gentleman of 10th cen-
it and Ileatty the llranoh Line. tury; Tom Decker, Pat; Geo. M, Rob- GROCERS. of all the favorite brands constantly on hand.
Florida.
At noon Monday C. S. Adams, of Jack bins,'gentleman of the 10th century. Palatka ..
sonville, appointed master by the United SMITH & MUNCH, Proprietors.

States Court, sold at public outcry at FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.. We make a Special Feature of our
DeLand, the Jacksonville, Tampa and
Key West Railroad. II. D. Plant bid oil 2tJEWeuo.
'; the main line-extending from Jacksonville In the caucus held on Monday evenIng Mail Order Department.Knowing WATCHES CLOCKS

: to Enterprise Junction, near Sanford Mr. Hopkins of Leon, was recognized J' 3 ,
a distance of 125 miles-for $000* by the presiding officer, and, In
000. an eloquent speech, he placed in nomination how difficult It Is In some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES
Mr Beatty bid off the branch roadextending Mr. Zewadskl, of Marion for CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them tilled .Jewelry Diamond!
from Enterprise Junction to Speaker of the House. Mr. Clark, of promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory. ,

Tltusvllle) thirty-six miles, known as the Duval, placed In nomination Robert We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida, and hare Summits aid rresn
Atlantic Coast and St. Johns and Indian MoNamee, doing\ so In a brilliant speech. many articles not usually found in other and smaller houses Wedding Rings

lUver-for 00000. !ill'. Beatty, It Is Major Healy, who has been frequently i n- SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
said, represents II. M. Flagler, mentioned as a candidate for Speaker, I .. !
of Mr. MoNamee EWEYER FINE WITCH lid JEWEIRI REPAIR
t A large number of persons were pros withdrew in favor
.ent at the sale Tuesday night and no other nominations
These sale carry with them all of the were. made. The votes cut for E. WADDELL A SPECIALTY.

F I property of the roads-rolling stock,: MoNamee were 8?; for Zewadskl, 27. Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid J. RILES,
one'way.! R.
I 'buildings, lands etc. The terms of sale The contest for Speaker of the House MIami: City and Dade County ,
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provided for a deposit by each bidder, I was a friendly rivalry, and it Is believed 225 W. Bay St, jACKSOimu, rL

ibefore sale, of $50,000 with the master, I that the same good feeling will mark
and to pay la cash $300,000 of the purchase : the contest for United States Senator. Real Estate Bureau.
money, and the balance as per i The seventh biennial session of the ANDREW LOSLEY.
order of the court. Florida Legislature since the adoptionof ...
i This sale was In the suit of the ideI"I the Constitution of 1885 was formally

canticle Trust Company, of New York organized at noon on Tuesday having, at Tallahassee. been A Select List of BAT BISCATKE PROPERTY City Lots, Fruit and yegettble A WATCHMAKER and JEWELEfTitusville
representing the first mortgage bondholders The proceeding
against the Jacksonville, Tampa mapped out'In a caucus of both branches Tracts ,of( all sins for Iniestments. Phosphate and Orange Groie Lands on '

I and Key West Railway, the Pennsylvania the previous: bight, nothing remained to _1 Florida.
Company tor Insurance on lives and do but carrying out the programme. West Coast. L_ ,

granting annuities representing the This work was performed quiqtly/ and For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for, (CHAJTKK'S DRUG BTOIUC.)

second bondholders as trustee. expeditiously, there being no friction to ARMOUR &'CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS, .. Geneva! been connected with tome of the biggest watch and clock factories
The first mortgage bonds were Issued mar the opening session. If such a Fertilizers Chicago-Ill. ". Chicago, Ilk Switzerland I aID prepared to attend to all kinds of repairing and clew
lug connected
with
t, March 1, 188-, and aggregate $1,600,000. thing aa factionalism existed In the Bank send hatches, clock,, jewelry, eto. If you want. a good job don
dis Avenue D over MIAMI FLORIDA. me worIt.
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