Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: April 14, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: UF00075918:00015
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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NEWS JI?BOOKS, CLOCKS, tc.-a nice assortment F. W. BEERS, OF ST. AUGUSTINE, IIOY DELL BROS. PAINTS, varnishesand AMONG THE HOTELS. year than. the most sungul nought..

at Screven'a Drug Store, Fla., has the largest lino of Bicycles brushes, 0 K Queen cook stoves, Manager; Merrill, naturally, U much .
Titusvllle. and Sundries the State Write him Linseed oil, colors ground oil. All pleased over his successful season
General Interest. WIIKUR to See list of hotels ot
nd Topics of for prices on new 'i)9) models came In since the freeze; come In and 7th and store 8th Chief Clerk Albert W. Hodgdon, of
'-Banana River are sell- the benefit of thff'winced prl'es.En. pages
oranges now get Hotel Pence do Loon, St. Augustine,
THE ADVOCATE, log in town at 35: cts. per dozen -Mr. K. I). Uaulcrson, of Fort Pieico, STIMNO, Cocoa, Fla. The AHVOOATK Is now on file at all)) left, Wednesday, for tho Hh avenue

1.50 per annum, in advance. -Mr. Chas. Nauman of tho Ilaulovcr, arrived in town yesterday tho best hotels in New York city hotel, Now York, where ho will\ make '

'1,00 six months, '* has been spending a day or two in town. -Conductor W. Ii. Waddell returnedto THE PREMIUM) SALE lsSUO' COmN'. Cashier 11. W Searles, of tho Inn, his. headquarters until ho takes charge fi
an. to foreign countries. Tltiisvillo the first of the wcrk. Mln' yo' of the Ocean house. Watch Hill, R. I.
|2.00 per eye. PaIn Beach, has been In St. Augustine \
-Mr. W. F. L. Jihb, formerly of Daytona During the time heIRS been at the Ponco !
jy Reading notice ads. are ten cents has been appointed night operator KEEPYO' EYEon the PREMIUM SALE -The colored people will\ give a grand this week. Ho Is on his way north. do Loon ho has. m.idoanumberof: friends

June on this page. for the F. E. C. Ry. at this place. -20th. masquerade ball and cake walk nt their Mr. Gilbert Farlntoah the head bookkeeper among tho traveling public\ and we hopeto

school house, Titusville, on Wednesday nt the Royal 1'0lnclROIl'a1ln see him there next season
-Mr. H. M. Flagler and will -Land Commissioner J. E.
party Ingraham evening next Bench, remained for several days toclose
-Titusvllle Home Minstrels this even- probably passthrouth Titusvillo tomorrow passed through here, yesterday, en route tho books. Tho Now Oxford' Jacksonville. Isbeautifully
o'clock. I on their way to St. Augustine, to Miami and other points south -Mr. Wm. P. Douglass: a well-known situated on St. James Parka
|,tj"t eight 'from Nassau.Do v local writer on the staff of tho Jacksonville Joseph Freellng, Mr. Merrill's\ private till fares tho St James hotel It III z

I -Mr. S. F. Gibbs, of Melbourne', wasliitown -'Jh a usual weekly dance of the Titus- Metropolis, was a pleasant: caller at secretary' has returned to Chicago, and under tho ablo management of Mrs. M.
a day or so this week.Mr. not forget tho fact that the Titus illo Social Club took place Wednet this office yesterday, lie represents one for a time, will\ take much-needed anjwell O. Flndloy, proprietress') and Col. O. S. '
of vlllo Homo Minstrels will give a grand day night. The attendance was fairly of tho brightest'evening papers\ in the -earned rest Benson, manager This unlniio hotel ."'*!
i Fred F. Taylor, entertainment in the Opera house this good.
state. has and modern !|
lofty rooms convonlcnccs -
visit to Jacksonville this J, R. of the St.
tu been on a (Friday) evening. Manager Campbell,
-Work the residence of Mr. L. A. ) tho cuisine U good and table ;
on -One of the recent Huh catches of Mr. James hotel, Jacksonville, Informs the
leek been Mr. J. A. Booth, of Brantley, was a Brady, in South Titusvlllo, has been ''n. Lee, Burden, of Now York, while ADVOCATE that he expects to closo his well supplied<<1. 'fho house has been well
i -Mr. A. Goldy, of' Gomez, has caller: at this office on Tuesday, and said rapidly pushed forward by ContractorL. fishing in the surf at Ormond, was live hotel on or about tho 20th I nut. patronized this season, ax tho rates
Ljoylng a visit to St. Augustine this his orange grove looks tine, the trees R. Decker this week. It is being i flue.channel bass, two of which weighed doomed to suit those who patronized It.

i reek being covered with bloom. raised one story, which will\ not only 0 Ibs. each Mr. Borden made another Hotel Ormond, Ormond, under tho The winter season at one of tho most I

t-Watch the ADVOCATE for develop '-Mr. L. Thursby, of MerrItt, has been make it more comfortable and roomy, catch, Saturday last, of two bass! weighing management of Messrs. Anderson& popular resorts In America finally ended "
ments. Remember what we stated in pending a few days in town with rela- but will add considerable to its appear- 4 Ibs. 8 ]Ibs. respectively. Mr. and Pi Ice, will\ clone tomorrow (Saturday) on Monday, with tho closing of tho

[previous issues. Ives. lIe will not leave for New York nce. Three extra rooms are being Mrs. Borden have now returned to their after one' of tho most successful' seasons Royal Polnclana, Palm Bench Tho i

for of months added. summer homo 'at TonU, HU Mr. Mer- on record Clients remaining there over Sunday
L. Gaulden was called to a couple or so. nl1m'I''I'
-Judge D. -A suifman is needed at Smith's rick, another well-known disciple of Sir Capt. Ernest Allen, tho summer custodian bored not more than twenty-five,
Seoga on Monday, to attend. to some II ...;,."It makes our eyes bulge out of Crook, Mosquito Lagoon, Chester Shoals, Isaac Walton, In dally hauling In tine of the Palm Bench hotels, In now most of those loft on tho northbound

few business theIr sockets to read about the fine Gilberts Bar, Jupiter Inlet, Fort Lauderdale trout while fishing from the biidgo. In charge, and, with a fore of men? Is train Monday morning. The 'closing .; t

-Captain C. F. Fischer has had a neat catches of fish at Rockledge. Read and Biscayne Bay. Applicants for putting everything In order for the sum- count at the Polnclana was the smallest "

Tire fence erected on the east side of his the letter of Mr. Read, a prominent the position must apply to the keeper of CHURCH NOTICES. mer. that It has ever had, owing to tho houso v "
week. stock and share broker, on 2nd page. being kept a week later than ever ,
property this the nearest Life Saving Station. For Clayton II. Ilaskcll, the cashier at open
Mr. Crosby of the well known Jacksonville Chester Shoals] addresa. Orlando Quar- before .il
'made Its the Palm will the Grove Spring:
-The Pullman sleeping car Rev John A. Hughes, of Starke, will manage "
tot trip over the F. E. tj. Railway, for firm of jewelers and diamond termen, Titusville- Fla., preach In tho Presbyterian church, Tltusvllle ] 1- Hotel, Luke Keuka, N. Y. Under hln lintel Ponco de Leon, St. Augustine, ) I
merchants, passed through here, Monday this house Is In having cloned the office staff has depart'
!the season, on Tuesday. Palm -Mr. James B. Bonn, a well-known on Sunday: next-morning nt management growing ,
saying he was on his way to favor. pd to various places. Cashier Gco. W. ,
merchant' of 124 Bay street, Jacksonville, o'clock. popular
G. Gleaso'n of Eau Gal- and Miami. 11 and evening at 7'IO::
Geo. Beach
-Capt. Glbbs Is In Titusvllle to-day. Chief
He after spending a day or so in town, who has been Jn the h.iy, grain, flour, Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold] Divine The Seaside Inn, Seabreeze' Fla., "'nsdestl'Oyed Clerk A. W. Hodgdon will\ to the \: I
be found business the first' go i
will some
-On 8th page eta, just two years on John'lIl'hlll'ch Eau lire last Saturday afternoon t
St. by
service at
lijturned home yesterday.At i Tallahassee correspondence sent us by of this month, is said to have made quite also Ocean house, Watch hill, R I., the com ':"
and Six dontroyed.Tho
Gallic on Sunday next at 11 n m cottages wore
Ernest VanL ndingham's of his and his business 'ing season ; W. J, Fleming to the WoodBlock ]- 1
the raffle of Mr. the ADVOCATE'S special correspondent.Those a success venture, 7:30 Subject of morning sermon, Ions U estimated at 1:25,000.:!; Theic ,
bicycle on Saturday night last, interested in the doings of our Id extending all over the state, which is "Christ's p.m. rand the Woild'a' Wav of was no Insurance. Inn Woodstock, Vt ; M. C. Cleveland :t
Ur. R. W. Rhodes was the lucky winnerof Legislature] should read it. cry gratifying: both to himself and his Way, "The I to Hotel Margaret, Brooklyn, N. Y.; ,
numerous friends. happiness Evening sermon Henry W. Merrill has leased' the Royal- H. W Warner to the Grand Union hotel, I
wheel. Fulri "
the -Mrs. J. O. Walton and Claude Walton I Good :Shepherd and the One 1 ton, one of the most popular metropolitan Saratoga Springs, N. Y.; and F, L. Cast ":

-Dr. Gaines Worley,,of St. August- returned, yesterday, from their trip -Mrs. L. C. Schuyler, of Brooklyn hotels. On July 1 ho will go to tho nor, to Poland: Springs house, Poland !,

lie, was among the pleasant callers at to Ormond, St. Augustine; and Jackson N. Y., arrived in town Wednesday, and Indian dyer Steamhjata Laid I'p. Crawford House, New HampshireHhero Springs, Me e
this office( on Wednesday. He left for ville, where they have been nearly a fort left yesterday, for Eau Gallic\ en route ho spends time summer. ;, '
Miami yesterday.Mr. night. Mr. Walton is expected home on to Canaveral, on a visit' to her son The Buffet department of the F. E.
Mr. Geo. DeGrasse Schuyler. Mrs. In consequence of the purchase of thn Chief Clerk Fred C. King, of Hotel 0. Ry. finished Its labors on the trains

and Mrs. II. C. Stokes, of Hobe Saturday.Mr. Schuyler has been ill with la grippe, Tltusville-Enterpilse branch of the J., Royal Poluclann, Palm hunch, has gone on Tuesday, after a very successful i
Sound, have gone to Hendersonvllle N. Wm. II. McFarland, who has nd she thinks that a visit of a monthor T. & K. W. Railway, the I. It. & B. B. on a short visit to friends In Chicago. season.' Thin department has been its ,

C.,to spend the summer. The ADVOCATEfollows. been on a trip to DeLand, to interview two to the East Coast of Florida will\ I. Nav. Co. has decided to cease running From there he will go, to the Gllsey charge of Mr. Chas. A. Merritt, of St. }

Mr. J. B. Stetson with reference to the build up her constitution. We were their boats from Titusville 3t present. house, Now York, ere leaving for Augustine; and, as far as wo could learn '

-Mr. n. J. Smith of Pompton Lakes, protection! of his orange trees' returned pleased to see her in town again Both the steamers-St. Sebastian and Saratoga.Mr. from the many passengers the ADVOOATK r I
here on Tuesday, saying the DeLand St. Augustine-are now tied up at the representatives have conversed ; i(
S. J., was in town on Saturday. He trees were not in a very flouiishing con- -Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McLaughlin, railroad l wharf, but will leave to-day or J. W Northrop, chief clerk of with this winter, the BulTel department (>
had been down to Rockledge to View his dition. Jr.. and Mrs T. F. Nevins, Miss Laura to-morrow for Eau Gnllle, Qen'l. Manager Hotel St. Goorgo, St. Augustine, Is avery has been very highly spoken of, and

fine orange grove. Worcester McLaughlin; Mr. C. Washington' Colyer, Oeo. F. Miles arrived here, Wednesday obliging nhil! affable ofltchkl. Ho Mrs Merritt has received much praisefor

-Mr. and Mrs. E." P. Porcher, of Cocoa -Miss Julia Palmer, of the winter -, Mr. F. J. Nevins, Mr. Thomas Kerrigan from St. Augustine, and In conversation has made many' friends among tho his able and careful management : !
returned home Tuesday,' after a Mass., who has been spending and Miss Kerrigan' who have been enjoying with our reporter, sale he would traveling\ publlo this winter Mr Northrop "'
East Coast was a pleasant Miss Bertha Ruffnor head of the New -
the halls from Danbury Ct.
on the winter at Merrltt have returned Mr.Gen ,
D. A. Indefinitely.
pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. lay the steamers up '
this office on Tuesday. England Summer Resort Association, of n'
caller at to' their home In N.Y. .
Brooklyin. W. Glbbs, the accountant and Patrick through
BlodL'ett( at Daytona. :Mr_ Galllgan passed
well-known orange Park Place New York after spending
Roberts a :3
Harry off at Hotel Alcazar St. ,
stopping cashier, was busily engaged, yesterday, here Tuesday on his way to the Arlington
-Born-To Capt. and Mrs Frank grower; of Mims, accompanied Augustine, a short while, en route. Mr.J. paying up all bills owing in town Washington, I). C., from tho Royal a week or no very delightfully at Hotel :
Houston, on Thursday night last, a fine Palmer left for home the same day. J. Cashman also accompanied the Poluclana, Palm Bench. From there he (Ponce do Loon, St Augustine, on Mon
boy, weighing l *lbs. We extend con- Jacob of Wheeling\ West above party. day left for Augusta, Ga., and other '
-Mr. J. J. Tltu vllle Train will go to U. S, hotel Saratoga/ Springs. route home. Miss Ruffner Is I
gratulations to the happy parents. the points, on
Virginia, who has been spending -Mr. Geo. F. Miles,* general managerof Mr. Galllgan was the gentleman who very enthusiastic over the East Coast ,t
-Brevard county tax books will closeon winter in town as usual, left for homeon East the I. R. &. B. B. I. Nar. Co., accompanied A change of schedule went Into effect looked after all the valuables duringthe ana Its good prospects; and as she Is ", ''J

Thursday next, the 20th instant. The Wednesday. While on the by his chief accountant, Mr. Tuesday on the El\llt.Const Railroad past Boason.Mr anxious to keep posted, she has ordered t
Dames of delinquent taxpayers will thenbe Coast he made some big fish catches, and Geo. W. Gibbs arrived in town Wednes- is each chief her address '
his One through train a day run way Harvey Tomlluson\ of the the ADVOOATK to bo sent to /
prepared for publication. in the ADVO- many a bird was knocked over by to day, from bt. Augustine, for the purposeof between Jacksonville and Miami and another F. E. O. Hotel System poiUhnble sup. In Gotham1.
We hope
urt. unerring aim with the gun, settling all business connected with train each way between Jacksonville ply department has accepted a position j
see him here next season. the steamboat company, the steamers and Titusville.. steward tile Oriental hotel Manhattan Manager Fred Stcrry, of Hotel Royal
fruit at -
-When are about to-ship or as and Palm Beach was
you Polnclana the Inn ,
vegetables, do not forget T. D. Randall -The Nassau Guardian, referring to having been taken off the run indefin- The time of departure and arrival of Beach, under Manager Joa. P. an s
met la /St.: Augustine, Sunday, by
Nassau : Mr tely.] Mr. Mlles returned to St. Au- and from Titusville Is as follows ]-
4 Co., the reliable commission mor the previous visit to says trains to Groaves, of Hotel Alcazar, st. Augus ADVOOATK representative. He was on
chaste of 210 South Water street, Chi H.[ M. Flagler ]left for Miami on Sunday gustine yesterday, and Mr Oibhs will : For Jacksonville and intermediate his way to Hot Springs: Va., 'and hla I
afternoon. Mr. Flagler's original In- follow today points, 6:50:: a. m. and 2:05: p. m. Returning tine.Mr.
ago. J. M. Hcmpfttead, mall clerk at family accompanied him. Mr. ;Stcrry
Nassau two days, arrive here at 2:55 and 845:
tention was to stayln Mr. Reid Northrop.of St. Louls.Mo.. they slnco bo has
Hotel Polndana Palm Beach had has met with much success
Saturday Royal ,
from -
-Judge M. Jones Intermediate
S. spent his visit for over a \For Miami and ,
with his but he prolonged president of a refrigerator car company, p. m. charge of the ofllco after the departureof had the management of the palatialhotels (
climate \
until Monday in town 'week. He was delighted\ with the and cousin of Mr. Jay Gould, was a points, 2:55: ; p. m. of Palm Beach and have no ,
clerk and we
Fred C. King i
Mr. room
family, when he left for De Land to open and expressed his The J. T. fe K. W. train leaves Titusvllle ;
and the place, of the Indian River hotel of this assistant Homestead
guest Frank E. Allen room clerk. doubt It will follow him to tho
ourt The judge again returned to considerable portion at 1:30: m. and arrives at 3:15: p.m.A I'
of spending a of p.
of first the
town intention place, a couple days,Jhe Ho passed through Tltuavllle, Tuesday, and Virginia hotels at Hot Springs; w :
yesterday afternoonMr. : of next winter In our city: week. lIe was accompanied by his en route to Washington, D. C. lie Is one of tho youngest and most successful

G. L. Lucas New York, who -Mr. Wm. A. Warnock, the genial wife and children. Mr. Northrop hired Jolly Party resort managers In the United
lis been down at Eden, looking after nephew of the late Col. A. A. Degrauw; the yachts Golden Rule and Why-Not, -- Hotels Plaza and New Rockledge, at Stated, and time ADVOCATE Is not time

BI[ pineapple plantation, passed through of Jamaica, N. Y., who has been spending and he and his family have gone down A very Jolly party, composed of Man Rockledge. have closed for the season. only paper that says so.
Titusville on Wednesday, and informed at the Degrauw placeat Indian River on a fishing trip. Mr. Root. Murray, Mrs G. .&1. Fletcher, Mr. 8. II. Peck has returned to the Al- )
week or so alter and 4 i j jgor
a and Mr. II. I' Mr. J. G. Bast tnsna- I'
Mich. proprietor I
ington Petoakey ,
os ho in Informed us be might Vt. his :
was off to Cuba. arrived In town Monday, Northrop goal of Clarendon Springs: ; !sister; A
El Dora, hotel Tltuavllle JFla.
of the Indian River 'I
MldliJebury Shares to his home In New ; ,
Palm Beach goes
v of Vt
far Noble
returned Wednesday. as Mrs. D. C. ; M
-Commodore F. C. Hewitt, of Oswego, his launch, and SamuelA. and White Conn. Both hotels did a good tourist ., has appointed Mr- J. L. Wright <>
*. V., who has been spending the winter lie was accompanied by Messrs. -The ADVOCATE has had one of the Mills Bertha Ruffner Mr. J. business the past aeason. his chief clerk. He took charge of the ;1
at Melbourne, has left for home. The Higbie and Chas. A. Wlllets, jr. They most successful seasons this winter-ttl'an of New York, left Hotel Ponce de Leon, hotel office yesterday, Mr. Wright baa 'i

pink' paper follows. He passed throughTitnsville expect to leave for home to-day, and the ever befoie., We are pleased to note Ht. Augustine, on Saturday: morning for William MoAullffe, room clerk nt the quite recently boon connected with tilt

on Wednesday pink paper will follow. We acknowledge that tourists and our East Coast people Ormond, where Messrs. Anderson' & Royal Palm for the first season, nUo for East Coaat station, at this place, and
a pleasant call.Notice. have given It good support, and the pink Price Invited them to take a drive on seven years filling the same position at was formerly clerk at the Placldo and
-Mr. Edward Scully, the genial trav- paper[ is steadily but surely forging their four-in-hand brake. Having/ visited the St. James, Jacksonville, will returnto Acme hotels, at Jacksonville. The renovation
e'log passenger agent of the F. C. & P. to Trespassers.All ahead, notwithstanding the freezes we the old relics of by-gone days-such the Sinclair, Bethethem, N. II., which of Indian River hctel Is going on

*ty-i whose headquarters are at 353; have bad during the past few yean. We aa the Klng'a Causeway, old chimneys, lie has moat successfully managed for dally, and Mr. Hast Is determined to I
Broadway, New York has been doing etc.,-they drove down the beach to '
appreciate the many compliments sent several reasons.Cashier establish for tho house a good reputation ,
good work for his company at St. Aug. persons cutting wood upon the the ADVOCATE from advertisers and Daytona, where they boarded the train such as It never before enjoyed!;

wine this season. He is quite a hust- Deles lne Grant or ,otherwise trespassing subscribers throughout the country for St.: Augustine. Mr Murray and the G. E. Hopkins of the Royal and If strict attention to business, In all, ;'

ler. thereon, not having secured, the whole party voted It ,a very pleasant Poinciana, I'alm Beach, and Assistant details, counts for anything, he will J
privilege from the undersigned are warned Messrs. A. Rowland and 'E. A. outing which was thoroughly enjoyed. Cashier Oeo. C. Smiths, left for Now certainly succeed. Mr. Wright's many ,

Steamer For Sale. to desist from such trespass, or they Finch, of Sandy Hill, Washington Co., The ladles Informed an ADVOCATK representative York on Monday, They both go to the friends will be welcomed by him In hi.* '
be prosecuted to the extent of the N. Y., arrived at St. Augustine on the that the genial mana"erlof Grand Union hotel at Saratoga for tho '

The light draft stern-wheel steamer, law.will All persons who have been cutting : last of this season' special train to the the Ormond treated them right royally, summer. Night Clerk W. U. Conover new position

Canaveral' built in 18111 the Men 111- notified to settle with us for south on Sunday. These gentlemen are and they hoped It would not be their also left Monday for New York ?
by timber
Stevens ale quite delighted with our climate, andafter last visit to Ormond. Manager Murray Hotel Lease For Sale. l-.
She Is Co., of Jacksonville. beam the same at once.ROHBINS. & GBAHAM making a tour of the East Coast, said It was his first visit, and was much Manager Robt. Murray, after closing ,
and feet long and 15ft TituHville, Fla. will visit the Cuban Island Messrs.Howland pleased with the beautiful drives In Hotel Ponce de Leon; St. Augustine, for ,!
draws about 14 inches had two Bad Coast hotel about 100 rooms;
; and Finch are retired Coast The Informed that he ,
paper that section of the East the season, us expected
of /
Her condensing engines, 0x24. and intend to remain the above the Oklawaha furnished complete, Including supply
manufacturers, pink will keep party to start on a trip up 'J'
class boiler and engines were putln first- WANTED, for June or July delivery, south until about the end of May On potted paper on the various happenings along river, en route to his home at Clarendon table linen and si ,erw re. Lease la, .
Condition by her builders last year. slips Address, at Hotel Ormond would dated Sept. 1, 18US and runs five yearwith 'r
To be 3,000 Porto Rico Monday they were the East Coast during the summer time. Springs, Vt., and be accompanied Annual
Tltosvllle seen atPeter Nelson's yard In 3.41 GEO. H. WEIGHT, Orlando, Fla. and on Wednesday they left for Miami by his sister, Mrs. O. M. Fletcher, And privilege of ten years. I
Address The pink paper will go U their northern I Mrs. D. C. Noble, of MIddlebury, Vt.; rental for five years, |1.200, payable In
ROBu'IN8 Your / Reasons,
A.; GRAHAM, home Save Money by Sending for and probably Mrs C. I). Knott. monthly Installments flOO. I,
1 '. Titusville, Fla. Sloop for Sale or Exchange. Groceries to the Magnolia for disposing of lease, Ill\ health and; distaste

subscriber who wants to buy a Jack Mr Clifford D. Perkins, who hat been for the business. The past season
6-ln! -Any Co. on.1'Ule
sale 27-f t Grocery '
Sloop, "Brooklyn, for ; condition. round-trip ticket, meals and berth In? occupying the position of chief clerk at, has been the roost successful since hotel -

For Sale-New Furniture, long, U-ft. beam; In good boat. U eluded, over the Clyde Line, would do Florida. the New Rockledge hotel, Rockledge, was built Address, "lionet,"
Wilt .ell or uJhanjte for larper; of the the season baa left for his home In care ADVOCATK, Titusville Fla. ,
writ the editor past ,
well to ADyoCATS sugar.
Indian R'er.! lb.. ; . . $1,0020ibs 1
fiAt second-hand prices, In any quantlWM. I. bauled out at Me'rritt T RKD, ALDRIDGE, Tttusvllle, Fla.. for price. We also 10- white granulated 0 .oo. . ". 1.00 Norfolk ConDo Mr. Perkins In.and a remarkably be- -- '.,

Address, Brooklyn, N. Y. have a round-trip ticket over the Mai- coffee .. ..... 1,00 bright young man,
12-lbs. :
green Wanted.
friends while
R. CAMPBELL 4-tf made a host on
Brunswick and
lory Line, between New: 9-lba. Arbockle's coffee . 1.00 He I:t tDy
"Bellevue, York for sale. Hirer this season was a good .1100cell.or
D. 8. bacon, per pound. .. .Bi ,
i'la.ltockledge 11. E. Bemls of Ho
to Manager
Melbourne ,
For the Rivera of the East Coast. Breakfast bacon, .0 and ,10 tel Royal Victoria, Naaaau, who baa June or July, 3,000 Porto Ricoalips. ,\
Shoulder, . ,'.* /Please quote lowest cash price.
Schooner-rigged house-boat, Cruiser; .EIGAT-FT. AERMOTOR WIND MILL Picnic ham . .1>* many friends on Indian River. OEOROE II. WBIOIIT, ,
Indian Hirer, 28 tons; state Steel tower, one storage 5 . .1010lbs. 3.174t. Orlando Florida
; tank one 21bbl. H-tn. cypress tank Best bam The Royal Palm, Miami, on Monday,
liar" one of the-most attractive and "om.fa"mmodaUon.for; station 10 persona, East one ;l} ::36-ln. drive well point; one21z18lo. ; buttetlne. .. .. . . . 1,40 closed Its doors to the public, after the

uqt-1tocke4 on the East Coast of Now ready at West Jupiter reasonable brass cylinder. New never Write for prices on other groceries. roost successful season 'It has eyeren. Empty Fish llarrela t for Sale.

PtOrida.y.u. can find everything you Coast Line. Terms very been aet up; will be sold cheap. Write. Goods,delivered to depot la Jacksonville. Joyed. Last year there'was a large Increase WAITS
ere. parties Address or apply on board, to MAOirOUA'' GKOCEBr CO., over the previous ;year, and the Address, A. Moons,

e4h '.. Fitting' out cruising, & E. STEABSS West Jupiter, owner,,Fla. EDWARD STIUSO, Cocoa,.Fla. Jacksonville, Fla.! tide of tourists has been much greateithis 8 George St., Charleston, 8. C.a' .

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,with the attendant financial result A FEW, WORDS FROM PENN noles; and In the recant drainage. con.

'No' 'Eye Like the which anynun can see, will( go begging' SYLVANIA.' tract made by the,I. I. Board, the trustees Insecticides. and Powder Guns

The disposition to,make money If just learning that there, were some settlements ,

Master's Eye." a* strong now, as ever, and'a, man; con of Indian around Tine Island

I. vfocod,of the fact-- that th? Investmentof i: r.tT8DURG, PA., April 10, 1899. and Seven prophet, rewrved, subject to Read the following from Mr. Drown so well known on the East Coast :

J 1': : You are muster of your his money here I I4 going to yield him Editor Indian' River Adt'oCate. Legislative action, 10,000 ft.res in that "HYPOunco, FLA., Nov. 18, 1898

double or thrice a* much as he is getting Dear Sir:-We have been getting your vicinity for the same purpose "MR. C. R. TYSEN,
health and if do not
\ you elsewhere, you can rest assured that this valuable news distributor of the princi The lion- Secretary of the Interior, i In "JACKSONVILLE, FLA r

.," attend to duty, the blame is ia the place he I I. going to put It. So, pal winter resorts of Florida regular, his last report, state that certain landsIn "Dear Sir-I have ben using the Laurel Green I got from you this seaAo

easily located. If blood after all, it I I. pnly a business proposition and Mrs. Reed and children enjoyed this state, the title to which is still In on three acres of beans, and never saw anything\ to equal it. There Is not a 11"0
your to be seen. Put on with a powder gun. I find land plaster Is not required
'i is out of order Hood's Sarsaparilla and I am fully convinced that we reading the news of the places we visited the United States, can be assigned to acting well on tomatoes and eggplants.! J. BROWN It,"i

i have before us a most interesting futureIn last winter very much especially Rock these people. In view of efforts in that Write to me (Chas. 11. Tysen, Jacksonville) for pamphlets and

': wIll purify it. the growing of our luscious pine ledge, as we cherish many happy ieraem direction, if the General Government quotations.

.. It is the dpocific remedy for troublesof apples; for while the business has been trances of the place and the people, will undertake to provide a reasonable

J the blood, kidneys, bowels or liver. carried on here for many years, there and it makes our eyes bulge out of their reservation for their occupancy and support -

'\' Kidneys My kidneys troubled me, has never been such a united effort to sockets to read of the many fine catchesof and induce the Indians to locate on GEORG MARX. JOHN MARS
and on advice took Hood's Sarsaparilla
:: which /gave prompt relief, better appetite.My improve in every way the quality of; our fish reported from Rockledge. Flor the same, It is respectfully recommended

sleep) Is refreshing. It curod my wife fruit. From the unexpected good results ida, ,from January 1st to April 1st, "Is that the trustees of the Internal Im- JYI.AJRKBROS..
also. MIClfAiL BOYI.K 3473 Street
'r, rittsburc, I'a.SCrOfuIOU3. Denny obtained by shedding, we are convinced God's own country." But if you are provement Fund be authorized to reserve Wholesale:Dealers In

Humor-was In terrible that the ,growing: of pineappleswill talking business, come to Pittsburg for the government, with a view

condition from tue Itching and burning of now assume strictly a business attitude Think of our' clearances for five days of exchange or otherwise, all lands belt GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE.,.
scrofulous humor. Orew worse undertreatment
'!,-I of several doctors. Took Hood's instead of being grown like a List week being $.)7COO,000) (thirty-seven by said trustees in the-proposed ten! -

,, Barsnpnrllla and" Hood's Pills. These cured two-for-a-cent farmer grows cow-peas or million dollar). We are fifth in the tory.. 131 And 133 East flay Street and 6 and 8 Newnan Street
J. J. LITTLE Fulton N. Y. ,
me thoroughly ,
pumpkins. It is, a business that invites United !States: and have a population

J : the attention of capital, for it will give within twelve miles, of 500,000.. We do. Do Not lie Fooled Jno] son."Vj,11c: '1c rid nONE

capital) a profit on Investment that few tifteeu times as much business as the With the idea that any preparation OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY
other businesses yield. whole State of Florida.We your druggist may put up and try to
nell you will purify your blood likehood's
W. R. HAHDEE. all send our regaids.Tours .
lood'i lllliettri flyer Ills the and Sarsaparilla This medicinehas
, | nonirritating
"' mly cmthnrtlo to.tak.. with" -II od.-/l n"piirlll respectfully, a reputation has earned Its We nre headquarters: for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Teas
Spain's Greatest Need. J, P. REED. record. It' is prepared under the guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed We nanj
.. personal supervision of-, educated your Otnn'gcs and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased
i.' Mr. R. P. Olivia,,of Barcelona, Spain,
pharmacists who know the nature MARX BROTHERS
spends his winters at Aiken, !S.:I C. Weak SEMINOLE INDIANS. Fla.
; quality and medicinal effect of all W- We only Sell to Dealers.
r; had caused In the
nerves severe pains
FAILlN \ the Ingredients used. Hood.s Saisapaillla
A tfOltJ back of his head. On Electric -
\ using Governor W D. Bloxham, in his recent absolutely cures all forms lIf
; Bitters America's blood And
pescP greatest
tJtIci blood disease when other medicines
nerve remedy, all pain soon left him. lie message to the House says: The '
\ fail to do good. It is the world's
any ASSL .TTIM & co.j
Os: ;
11 l101fb says this grand medicine 4s what hU great value of the partially submerged great spring medicine and the One t

r; l1 m country needs. All America knows that. lands in the Everglades, the practicability True Blood Purifier. DEALERS IN -
It cures liver and kidney trouble, purifies
SINJ:5S. the blood, tones up the stomach, of their drainage, and the steady F1.n.e VV12: LLI1d Liquors: ,

strengthen the nerves, puts vim, vigor march of improvement, looking to the A torpid liver causes depression of
: -\Ii\' C XDe m4dsu and new; life into every musclne, nerve utilization of those lands, bring forciblyto spirits, indigestion, constipation, head- 417. & 410 W. Bay St.,
,' 1".I M uuc and organ of the body. If weak, tiredor the front the necessity of 'some-action ache. Use Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.
ailing you need it. Every bottle Medicine to stimulate that organ. /IANILA ,
; by both the General and State Governments F eulrrtmN
CO Sold
guaranteed; only cts. by F. tj.
Chaffee, druggist.CLEOPATRA'S, If homes are to be seemed for ,
"Judging from the defeat of the Spanish IANIW ANb V Agulnaldo Slay Recover
the 'Seminole Inndlans remaining in ,.
vessels at Manila, it looks as though .MM-----,,,,..N/N/y,. His reason with Dewey's and Otis'''
this State. The of the In-
NEEDLE : Department
the das of the wooden walls are over" R ;;R judicious doctoring. Dewey's ice
QAu07itwnq aI.iuw -' terior estimates that there are "from 1, is reducing the swelling of his
"Under dear under all i
they were
my ;
n a... London, on the embankment of the 400 to Loa Seminole Indians, or descen- sunk."-Pick Me Up. head, just as our high grade and
!iI' Thames, standing'majcstfc in its great dants of Seminoles, in Florida" ? pure Blum's Rye Whiskey will reduce

':}oJU., -rt:.:t"' and is that wonderful No be to the claim your cold, cough, grip, etc.,
"J '-'-' height solidity, weight can given That Throbbing: Headache .t when used properly. There is
\' &,:XbtswAw.'t1\ column of red granite known to all as sometimes put forth by overzealous nothing like our fine Blum's pure

;C ,t '. Cleopatra's Needle. What a history is friends of the Indian, that the State Would quickly leave you, If you used 'c"r ,'. "s' Rye Whiskey for preventing chills,
I King's New Life Pills. Thousands of colds, grip 'or pneumonia, and this
attached the obelisk title the and
-- to a history whichis takes her to swamp over
sufferers have proved their matchless .
I" is the kind of weather to use it.
wonderful and the needle flowed lands under the act of Congress I I
PINEAPPLE GROWING AT as strange as merit for sick and nervous headaches h I "

N Itself is antique, for its age dates back as of September 28, 1850, "subject to the They make pure blood and strong nerves Blum's Pure Rye Whiskey, 7 years old, delivered to any part of the State
EDEN AND JENSEN. far as 1,500 years before the Christian right of occupancy by the Indians. and build up your health. Easy to take. express prepaid, for 320.
Try them. Only 25cts. Money back i inot if
era. We are told that "the child Moses Whatever may be Raid derogatory to
cured. Sold F. S. Chaffee
EDKN-JKNSKN FLA. Apr 12, '00. by druggist -
may have played around the foot of this the treaty of 1832 made by the General ,

", Editor Indian River Advocate : I pillar; the Israelites looking citywards; Government with the Seminole Indians,
There Is'one similarity a'lo'utall
::':, Since writing my previous letter, ]I I from the brickfields saw the sunlight It must be recognized that said treaty strange '
our heroes of the past war, accordingto THE;': RAFT THAT SAVED
, have looked over the situation 'concernIng glittering ou Its tapering point; the cannot at this day be p esttoned. Under
the sensational of
Every one
:i tho pineapple Industry In this section plague of darkness clothed it as with a this treaty, proclaimed April 12, press., HOBSON
them have been deedsof
seems to urged to
' ( very carefully, to see If I could find garment; the plague of frogs croaked 1834 7Stnt., 3(18)( ,the Seminole Indians reckless because In Santiago Harbor has become famous as
daring some
' 'U I. any mistakes in statements made. The and squatted en its pediment; the plague relinquished to the United States "all young; has the superior quality of the pine and

l 1 only thing wherein I can see that I am of locusts dashed themselves in flights claims to the lands they at present occupy woman jilted him In days gone by. hardwood lumber that we furnish for building
'. .t. at all times. Our specialty In
. ', Jn error, is that I was too modest in my against it, and into its likeness the heartof In the Territory of Florida," and You KNOW that tired feeling is exceed. I I N this purposes line is flooring, ceiling, brick lime, etc.,

estimate of what pines under sheds Pharaoh was hardened. The sight of agreed to emigrate to the territory Ingly disagreeable. What Is far better, i t and for quality and price they are beyond

would yield. A visit to the pinery of It takes us back ,to a time when the given to the Creeks, west of the Mis vim may know, by 1fair trial, that competition.
Induces of Canaan-was but Ilond's :Sarsapaillla:; entirely cures it. (F BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO.
Mr. Jas. Holmes, of Jensen, me Pisgah-sights a sissippi.The ,

.' to raise the anty, and Instead of from promise with a desert and forty years act of Congress of September 28, Hood's Pills' cure nauiea, sick head- St. Augustine, Fla.

Y, $500 to $700 per acre from covered pines, between."-"Strand." 1850: granted to the several, States the ache, biliousness, indigestion. }'l'lce,2ic.'.

I wish to go on record as stating that "whole of the swamp' and overflowed *I *J*

from throe acres he will, this year, realize A {Frightful Ufiurder lands" which remained unsold at the Malaria cannot find a lodgment In the

three thousand dollais. This date of the apt and said grant has been systemhlle the liver is In perfect order
over Will often cause horrible burn, scald, ; Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine is,
sounds "fishy," no doubt, but I am prepared cut or bruise. Bucklcn's Arnica Salve, constructed in the various decisions of the best regulator. I ESTABLISHED 1880.

to back the statement with the the best In the world, will kill the'pain the Supreme Court of the United States,

't r proper collateral if any one thinks there and fever promptly sores ulcers heal it.boils Cures felons old sores, and of the Interior Department, as a 1lfJ and Wh iki.r lablutiut Bond 'Lumber
doubt about it. the in to the State ; ,'!,.{J 'd At liomr -without : Co.
\ Is any They are all skin eruptions. Best pile cure on grant praeaentl, passing P II1 :1 pain Bed| nt par ,
,, finest in this section. It Is remarkable earth. Only 25cts. a box. Cure guaranteed the title to such swamp and overflowed D 'J'f oculars sect t R G k
4 S r rr v:l'I' aa 1WIJUI, UEY co. Manufacturers of and Dealers
a how people have gone along raising Sold by F, S. Chaffee; druggist. lands. N. uiftce. 104 North 1'ryor St. in

r' pines hero for fifteen or twenty year, ,While such is the case, yet every LATH SHINGLES
A and at this late day have just discovered The difference between our friends and principle of humanity should prompt ,

the proper method of getting- the best enemies doesn't lie so much ih their both the General and State Governments AND
COTTON Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing Also Veneered and Sawed
; Orange
faults and virtues as in the we see
results. But: as stated in my former way to see that the I Seminoles left in e and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.Saw .
' letter the remuneration from growing them. Florida should not be without lands for
. ,
Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., 1', & K W. R'y. Yards at
ii pineapples under primitive methods was homes and cultivation. Their natural LINEN NETTING. DcLand and Titusville.
: so very satisfactory that nothing better "Why are you so crazy to go to that support, coming from the results of the e a e .

was seriously thought of. However, the bicycle race?" asked Mrs Dai ley. chase, is rapidly disappearing, and they I a

chilly blasts from the snow-capped "I want to see the wheels' go round," should not be left homeless and help
5- H. A. HODGES.
mountains and icy streams of the north replied Mr. Darley less. Their condition appeals stronglyto ... '

and northwest have come to us as a the noblest sentiments of our nature. :MANUFACTURER OF

gentle (?) reminder that we must changeour -_.. I, I. Since ISO Congress has annually appropriated FISHING TACKLE, ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
plans, and we find that the changeis $13,000 for the benefit of the

going to be an agreeable one, inasmuch Indians in Florida; one-half of said Superior quality Linen Gill Netting ROUGH AND DRESSED. ,- Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable dates.

i as it promises a much blighter future amount to be used in securing them made from Knox's Scotch thread. Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building in
any part of Flol'lda. would do well to white for prices. The saw mills are locatedat
for our business than we had expected permanent homes. Under this appropriation Samples and estimates cheerfully furn Buffalo Bluff, near Palalka, on the J.. T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any

i under the system we were persuing. Tho there has been purchased near ished. Corks, Leads, Lines, etc. part of the East Coast. Address: II, A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.

great amount of small, low-grade fruit the Everglades 8,0(10( acres. J. i P. JOHNSON & CO.,

that has in the past boon going into the In 181)1) the State of Florida donated Manufacturers,

markets, has been great draw-back to 6,000 acres for the benefit of the Semi- 121:! South St., BALTIMORE, MD. SAW AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE: YAIID

obtaining for our best class of fruit the I'ulatka. Fla. E. May Si., Foot of Catherine.

I t price that' otherwise would have/ been \ Pearl or Cat-tall,, 25c. per lb. by mall; 15c. express or WILSON CYPRESS

1 secured. A large part of this Inferior Jb SEEDS'Il1ts. Gorman, best I I tor: hay, $240 per bushel, Kaffir Corn, COMPANY,
fruit has been grown on land that was and red, also Jerlb salem, corn, 20cts. per Ib by mall; lOcts

not at all adapted to their growth, and by express or freight. ,Sorghum, early orange, 20cts per Ib. by mall, Manufacturers of _

under an ignorant system. of cultivationand ]0ct/ Ib. express or freight .

fertilizing, from which nothing Prom the day that a young man starts Peanuts, Spanish, $1. O per bushel. Chnfus, $3.50 per bushel. Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. *

could have been expected Those lands, out to seek his first position to the end of Seed Corn in variety. ,
hU business life, bit health baa a world to
partly on account of the freeze and do with his iucceis. When young man Cow Peas, market prices. A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles

partly on account of the inability of applies to a business man for a position, bit Write for price list. lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress

their owners to come to the front again, personal the outcome.appearance"Personal has appearance"a deal to do with doe 1 CAMERON. Seedsman mouldings of all patterns a specialty.

will be left (as They should have been at not mean dress alone. It does not mean When at home, write us'for prices; when up our and
125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE FLA. way, come see us.
first) to perform the noble task of holding exterior cleanliness alone. A young manmay .
be clean, ao far aa soap ana water will .
the earth together; as to the owners, make him, but be disfigured by unsightly .........- -
this nothing pimpled, eruptions and ulcerations on the ,
deponent sayeth except FOR
ikin. These are due to impurities in the $ 3.2O.
that perhaps they may go to truck raising. blood. The blood becomes impure becauseit HOMESEEEERS ... .., ... .. ,,, .... .
to have solved the is improperly nourished Instead of
Shedding seems Sent to
tiS by Express, postoffice order New wiU
I receiving the life-giving elements of the or York Exchange, we
question as protection from the severest food, it receives the foul emanations of Bend you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,
weather we have here, and is the principal indigestion, bilousness and costiveness.
The reason that Dr. Pierce' Golden Who Are Seeking a Home in the Sou ith should send to the undersigned for a FOUR FULL QUARTSOf
theme of conversation whenever
Medical Discovery is the best remedy for
two or more growers meet. Of course, disorders of this description ia that it goes copy of theFlorida the Celebrated Seven-year-Old
right to first causes. It give' a man an
there some who are not financiallyable

to are cover, as It means a cost of about appetite flow of digestive" like a horse.juices. It It facilitates correct the all East Coi ist Calhoun Pure

three hundred dollars per acre, but for disorders assimilation of the of the digestion life.,,ivin.and make. element the oinesee er. Rye Whiskey

those who cannot do so, and have ten, of the food perfect. It invigorate. the We chip in PLAIN
fifteen or more acres of good land, the liver It purifies and enriches the blood.it -, menu When rAL K.AuEo., it nO ic marklSO ia not IndIcate' contents (which will amid all comyouVM.Mw -
lWchierfunvfSrin return it aC OUR EXPENSE' and
make the muscle strong and active > ; fiUttctor'r'
s wise course for thorn to pursue would be WarVcto.Vat giivve you Ibis lIonct lIaoYfll.OO ln the war..C.
and steadies the It makesa band T14
It tone nerve
We have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for QU1C1UM DELIVERY than We bay.
to sell half and themselves look*he should-strong ofbody !SSUK SSL' ttfelfy an|at Lfi"
or more, put young man !. ? ? It&nd tor o YEARS, JUSo: I
alert of brain and clean and whole. Climate the healthiest in the United States rONSIBlUTV AND REl'UTA.TIO. tom honest refer medrehant here
In trim for doing business in the most some of akin. Medicine dealer Mil it, Winter and Summer Homes the editor ot this paper. dealing,we you to an1 or t* I

approved manner Some say "I cannot and have nothing "just as good' Apply to SOLOMON A. LEVI, :
1 sell;" perhaps not to-day, nor even to- "I had ecsema In Us wont form," writes 1028 & 1930
Austin ltsg, of BaUUlo. Huntingdon JAS;' E. NGR HAM Land Commissioner First.Avenue,
morrow, but it Is useless to tell me that Co. Fa.. "I tried three doctors but rot no reoUcl ; P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM ALA.
when there Is much Idle In I thought It would Kt me wild U Itched '
so capital FLORI)A EAST
and burned *>badly The Neighbors thought I _, NOTICE t-W. lit
charges to
the north seeking profitable Investment, would never b* cured. I took your 'GoWca '1'\! \ ., "... ) PANY." buC In on Pines ot other all polDti reached by 8ODTHKHN EXPRESS cOY
t l that a business like growing pineapples, ,Utdtcal! piscovcry' sail an. svoif wtU," .V1,''o IN. I S T. AUGUSTINE, FLA. 80utberu p top Company transfers CO I&1d Express other Compaa/ee E&pnq Company w. preps, oqq CO points, be"

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professional Cards THE PINEAPPLE AS A MARKI'ET from eight to telvo tnclic 1 lnii,; can l lobtained 1It.l<

In July, tho miouei tl..y IHIt
.-:;::::=- FRUIT.. DON9T DSPAIRI!
s. R08BIS W.ALTER 8, aa.nr. Boils .planted the better (Uootl Blips ,j.Un'isin i

; BISS A GRAHAM, The Itevrlopmrnt of It* Culture In South July or August }inl) uvll\ c.nvil t- r

9 Florid. should' yield A crop one sear hum t be wAn

ATTORYS-AT-LAW, following; May. 'if not well' tilled amfertilised
Tine culture Is now and always will lx American Scientist's Great Work.
12 Old the plant will require nnothr
IIo\1R9-From pl0mto a. mnrcBVILLE Running Sores in great. need of men who me able nut
and 2 to 4 year to fi alt A small pl'r'nt of the<
willing to run chances by tho introduction -
Brerard Co. Florida. plants will require the additional to<
i.ft.sox I0lUlpractlc*. Itching, ScratchingBlood and tilal'of new varieties, says ilr. fruit oven with good care. Consumption, Pneumonia, La Grippe, Asthma, Catarrh,
aU the courtwttt and fed E. dale, of Mangonia. '
*in The returns from pine culture, when Bronchitis and All Lung and Bronchial Troubles
We luvo fresh fruit now (at some seasons -
'JJV..J fMilittei tot examining and perfect- the condition are favorable: really placi
Can bo and Cured.
IWutten Positively Permanently
titles in moderate quantlttei>) for
:stand Eczoma this business In the front rank an'ionf
r months In the year. Tho lucrea*
fruit-growing interests.Vhmh1e there an
DODSON and extension of this supply by the se.
D. L. returns that scorn almost fabulous: then" Dr; Saturn's: System of Treatment Ha* Revolutionized Old-Time Theories.A .
I 9 lection of early and late varieties, as well
are others, ns Is tho case with, all horticultural I- -
as by some changes In our mode of cultivation -
DENTIST.-STILL pursuits where there Is little to Sufferers
: FLORID Poison is an important question as tarn: report but loss It may'be safely stain Tree Course of Treatment for for tho Mere Asking.!

the pine growing interest Is concerned ,
Office at residence. I that live acres judiciously devoted to -
the following! 'rmrtomll Falllnc Another important question is to find = : TTtSCJJ.VJJ
the times. lalrSoreThroat.swnl plno culture will bring more substantta
Prices! to suit tIn. eu6landaErnp.:
y I'u.tllleC the some more reliable mode of putting 01
htltfne.f the DJoIDr.li e a rln. returns for the support of family that $1f1; I Ith
l1uDe Paine etc the market in good condition the tender
many large farm at tho north.
L. GAULDEN, er varieties of pil es. It Is a well known

D ATTORNET-AT-LAW, Ulcers, Scrofula, fact that the best pines cannot he sue A Narrow )':scnllc. ((5))

cossfully put upon the market by out
Thankful words written Mrs Adr
nil practice In all the Court of the Stat Running Sore EyesAre present mode of handling and transpor by
fl0niUi and the United States Courts. E. Hart, of Groton, 8. I). ""'I\S taker
( tation. The beat pines are fur too ten with a bad cold which settled on mj

f.o.Box,23S. TITUS VILLE, FLA. cured by der for our rough modes of handling and lungs; cough set in and finally; terminal ,
Money to Loan. I Ii 18 BOTANIC BLOOD
BALSt (B. n. B.
our culinary: slow transportation. The ed in consu Inptlon. Four doctors! gave

The Great Blood Re11lcd '. .)neons have been a source of serious me up, saying! I could live but a short r J t
GOLDSMITH, time. I gave myself up to my Saviour, l Ht"ee
loss to the the past season be. i
i growers deteimined could with
I not
Botanic Illooil llulm (H. n. It ) Is I a powcrfu stay ni)
Wood remedyami >etan be taken with iwr, cause many of them have readied market hlcudlln (earth \\ould meet my absent -

ATTOKNEY-AT-LA1V feet safety by oM and muiir.' Oil account of It in bad condition. The same must. ones above. My hUllhndVIII advised .
great otrenpih It all
run* when elsefatre. Oltic
remedies may act as a nilM tonic or cover net be said also of thc Abbakas. Take again to get Dr. King's Now Diseoverj "
Florida. skin over rotum flesh, hutll.ll.U. tirhes all for consumption\ coughs and colds. Igave 1 I
itasville, the iiulion. out ami hence the cures are iicrnunent. the Pernambuco pine, which to enjoy in ; It a trial, took in all eight bottles,

One to three bottle of It II. B. will cure tin its perfection should bo eaten with a It has cured me, and thank God, I amsaved I't

WEBB, worst kind of jilinploi the face.: spoon, as wo cat an orange. It is certainly and now a well and healthy wo
F.J. One to three Lot tics of l II. It. It. will clear tin man." Trial bottles free at J.'. S. Chafft'o'll ..
ruinous to this mass of delicate
system of bolls and curlmnclrs put
drug store. Regular size 60o and
Two to three bottles of It. It. It. will euro tin
A ATTORNEY -LAW, worst kind of humor In the mouth and stomach sweetness into an ordinary ciateand ; II.I Guaranteed or price refunded.

Will practice in the Courts of the 7tl Three to six bottles ofll.lt II, will cure the trust it to the tender mercy of 1six r A
worst case of cnMpela or crzeina. "
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residenu; One to three bottle. will cine all humor In or eight days' transit to the market to bo Q I

uid rents and accounts collected. the eyes sidetracked may be-to suit the convenience Banyan.
Two bottles are warranted to cure running of t
Titnsrille Florida, the: ears and blotches among the hair of tho transportation: lines. Iff TI1K S7OCl73f LAIlORATORIF.S.NIiW YORK CIT I:
Four to eight bottles warranted to down last week lookIng
are curl Sam Child was -
our Ketenttitta, Htntrimrtt and fttadrntf
corrupt and running u:cer8. Either northern lends must forego Tie Doctor Ilcmonalraffnjf (o JMctf/enl Men
One or two battles of H. 11. n. will cure, scaly those most delicious fruits of the tropicsor after his young grove. the Value of the New 5/orti ftygtttu of Treatment for the I'ermanriit Cure
FRIES C. E. eruption] of the Aklll ol Lund Consumption, Catarrh and Alt Pulmonary and Vuuj{ Vivenitet.
10.J Two or three bottles of II. H. It. are warranted they must help us to devise some They say Uncle H. F. has tho Eiu'tCoast .. ,
to; cure the worst case of rln worlll. these bottled If It w.ould bo Do cough? Not- guesswork, but science..
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land Two to five bottles of It. It 1;. are warranted more successful mode of putting up. .so you '
to cure the most desperate rlimim.i-lsm. fruits tho market The question hero I Lard to find a man more worthy to hold Do your lungs pain you? Not a step backward, but a stride out
Three to six bottles of 11. n. B. are warrantee ou Is your throat sore and inflamed? of the old ruts.
legally surveyed and sub-divided. to cure eczema. involved concerns not simply the pine tho cork-screw., Do you spit up phlegm; ? Made possible only by Pastrur's.Virchow's ,
Five to eight bottles of B.B. II.will cure for
Yapping neatly done. ,Estimates fold worst case of scrofula. grower, but as well tho transportation The Banana river beach Is covered Does your head ache? Mctchnikoff's and Slocum'slatest

kinds of Two to six bottles will cure cataarh. lines, thc commission men, and more with an accumulation of sen Krass. Several Is your appetite bad? discoveries !in bacteriology, hygiene
engineering Disputed
delicate? and therapeutics.
Are lungs
BLOOD I'OISON. than all tho hundred wagon-loads will bo hauled your
lines consumer.There Are losing flesh? In plain English, a system of modern
a specialty. you
For this monster of a disease In any form. are varieties of pines that will and placed: on our light lands this sum Are pale and thin? scientific disease! curing. I
ontractetl or Inherited,:2d or 3d 1 sugcs, pro you f,
toes VILLE, Brevard Co., FLORIDA lacing ulcers, 4dugtlessoreinmouth or throat, endure much rough handling. The Hed nor Professor So and So says much, Do you lack stamina? The System consists! of Four Prep-
Akin balr II. K. n. cures the which simultaneously and
hot 1..11.out etc. These are proof that you arations act
known takes the is X. O.Ve kuovv by expuilcnco symptoms
ise.ise and driven the poison from the system Spanish as far as yet Ito, each other's curative action.
have in body the seeds of the most supplement\
never to return \\e have o -er :.JIKI 1 testimonials CI'OlIlI\ud lot of good your
we are that It does trees a
PEOUGEV.. ALLEN, of, cures by /II. It. 11. of Iflcod Pol-ton. No one lead among hardy ; dangerous malady that has ever devastated You are invited to test what this sys- I
U can deny this written signed ti'stlmony. One unable to command any mono expeditious in lIome'IY.. the urth-consumption. tem will do for you, if j( you are sick bywriting I

limn wrote." us, "God bless you for HO grand aemedy. unit careful method of shipping Beans are moving once inoro. Thero Consumption, the bane of those who for a free treatment\ to the Slo- I

ATTOU EY-AT-LAW. CANCER; IILEEWXO I, EATING SORES this variety must! retain its lead with will bo about half a crop( of \pines, and toned have been beliefs brought that this up disrase in the was old hereditary -fasim. cum Laboratories, New York City. '
Florida. Cancer of nose lip face, ear or neck or breast, the bid fair WRITE TO TIIE DOCTOR.
internal bleeding, catinu general planter. '>to young, healthy \plants they that it was fatal, that none could
xtern.il cancer
Will practice In the United States ores, are or all cured by It. It. JI": the most' power The market demand for pines has rapIdly tu; bo of marketable Kl/.o. Young: orange recover who were once firmly clasped in Send your name and full express! and

ud State Courts. OjunOoDALPH ; ul blood purlller made increased: during thc last four or ,reel that: \\eio protected by banking its relentless grip: postoflicc address to the Slocum Laboratories -
SEND FOIl FLIER'fRI\L nOTI'Ll Rut now known to be curable, madeso 98 Pineltreet\ New York and
All druggists:: 81'1111) U. 11. In large:: bottles! at live years. Wo have every cucoul'ajtc.ment fro all right, and very few were loft so by world-stirring discoveries! of, mention this paper, and! the Four Free
E. SMITH, M. D. 1 per buttle. Describe your Bjmptoimt' and to extend their cultivation as fast icated.. Wo folks have Homo lessons to that man* whose name has been givento Preparations of medicine will be .for-
Free medic ilnd>Ice will be given. All cor tenunduiice -
is sacredly rontlilcntbil. is the conditions will penult. earn over Some years ago pines in this new !system of treatment. warded you.
PHYSICIAN Address plainly BLOOD !tit,;\tI CO 14(1Iit for thc Now known to be preventable and for '
AND'SURGEOY.Specialist and The regular shipping: season onto localities\ \ were successfully pio- The system is a positive cure consumption
<'hcll Htrect, Atlanta, (ieorgia: 8.'IIIIlehottle curable following and practising his
in Genital, Urinary an Rectal : of U. It. H, WIll lie sent jou by return pine commences usually: the last of May ected by spreading grass over them. A hygienic by teachings.The ( that most insidious and disorders disease
ull. and (or all lung troubles
Diseases. tnd clones about the list of August. few beans were protected by covering new system of treatment will cure complicated by lots of flesh, Coughs,

i After that there will be occasional.smiril: with earth. Why did vo not savo more, you of consumption! and of all diseases! Catarrh, Asthma Bronchitis, etc. .
Located at 1'lacide Hotel, until well into tho spiing of which can be traced back to weak lungsas
shipments es, foundation. ,' Thin, pale, weak people become {fat

'ACKSOSVILLK, ., FLORIDA Trades Unions forVuiuon.. a tho year. So that tho peiiod of ripen. why..l'A It a Is not a drug system, but a system and hearty by its use: $I ,

The American Federation: of Labor at Big really extends over at least: ten llolMifT of germ destruction and body building. The test is to try it. ?

its annual meeting in Kansas City rasacd months of the year How to Hiako tllO who met Robert
A former friend _. .. .
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DR., PEETE, the following re-solution prepared winter supply larger mind more reliable Lowe, afterward Viscount Sherbrooke, I

Delegate O'Sullivan : ill one of the problems of the hour. la London is aid to have accosted him HORSES AND DRIVERS. titit Cholco .
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT. "In viewof tho awful condition tinder
to toil fine culture; Is an Industry that cane with thorcmark: "L>on'tyourememberbe -----, WlnosLiquors
is compelled
508 Cherry Street, which woman annual convention of > most, safely and successfully built on ? I ucud to know you in Australia, Jack Curry will hold tho reins next and Cigars, .
the; eighteenth Labor The supply of uid to have met with the rebuff! "Yes, year over Kentucky Union, 2 ;07?4' ; tr. :
of moderato beginnings.
Federation '
the American r'' (Jiinniiitccil
Macon, Ga. strongly urges tho more general fOTl la- lips\ from the nature of tlio case, must md when I meet you again in Australia" Maud ti, 2 ;OIH.(, IH the oldest 3:10: : 4
> | 1[: shall be happy to know you. -Nugiats. old hold at reduced Ir
Sim will bo 20
ion; of trades unions of wugewol'klJ1;! iluays l bo limited. If large plantations ; trotter\ living. years it '' pilcoa
to the end that they may ucien- of limn will ou her next birthday n' I
stalled slips
women he
McL. no to many
\\VY. ,( ifically;; and permanently abolish the lave: to be Imported This not only Involves ilia Lxperlcue."What : A hitherto unreportoil{ newcomer) for Imported Tnkiiy Wlno,

erriblo; evils accoinpinyms their weakened but it only bo is the only safe rulo of notion 1808 in flu pacing guiding Huso, 2;:20, '
Graduate extra can, from Italy, .
of Philadelphia College of because iinurpinized, astute! and expense of In ,Then yon want a thing well done?" in- ,iy Alludiu, run by I'ortumitnf.

Surgeon, class 1872. Perfect operations we emphatically' reiterate the trade union (lone at couhidwrable risk Injury paired the head of thti firm of the young It is said' John A. McKerron, 2:1:11&: !) John B. Togni
the ,
promised Ilazcltlne Block, corner Bay demand that women receive equal s'l&lpmnt.] The slips of common can who ,wanted position. will' not bo rated next year, but will bo

tad i Laura -JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I compensation for labor performed." vArieties can usually be obtained at "Order it rare, promptly responded imverl ,for an attempt at the stallion reo- Metropolitan Saloon, 12.1: Kant Day St., it

about $3; per tholllmD
-- She loChild ren. planted on an acre. Tho seasou board at a rchtaurant for )'oou.Do.troi .
2,00i are
who accompanied The sulky that John II. Gentry pull ..mila IIIK! llKtall......
Th? ex-queen of Hanover of planting extends from July J t Free! Press. .
his record of
hubband the blind king ed when ho rondo 2OOJ: -- -- ------- ..

Virginia. Homes of Iltinovcr her into exile after he lost his through September. If healthy slips, was destroyed in a tIre at' Gloucester, Tho Largest and Most Com- I

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Prussia ---- --- N. J., recently
king{dom through tho war with : ploto Establishment South.
Villa Thun, The French government maintains
resides in !
I in at Gmunden.1806, now in upper Austria within The Ills of Children. 2,800 stallions in the national studs for GEO. S. HACKER{ & SON, .

You learn all about Virginia! Lands, a few minutes' drive of Schlosa! Gmun lubllo service.! Tho feim range from 60

("srcsouices of her son, the Duke And o/ l.EARN francs ($10)) downwards ,
products, mode of cultivation den the residence Dr. Hartman offers his advice parents on the treatment of coughs ,

prlccs, etc., by reading tho of Cumberland. Like Queen Victoria to guard against colds. The paver Baron I), 2003: $, in out ofa I

Virjrlnla l arnter. Send lOcts. she delights in tho society of young people the 1 Nearly all the ills of mare by Sum Tildcn, son of Miko
accounts for ho by Jules Jurgruiion, and his
for a months subscription to the which perhaps c1tildl'eJ'Legln with Logan,
small ravages time has made upon her rnndaiii! is also byMike Logan./
Farmer cold. If I
) your .M
Emporia Va. taking
I health and vivacity until very recently.STot moment before IJthol A, 3:104: pacing, by Adrian .,
I catches cold don't wait a
celebrated her c1gh- child
the Iowa
long ago Wilkes, wax sold ut auction at

iieth birthday S attacking that cold. neglect of parents h due Full! la., Nov 2.1,. to close u purticrship .

: v. l nm Will Win Next Time. the To fatal the ignorance termination or of many children's com- and wan bid up to :$1(1,000.( t y 'A

1}[ of Sam Gamble fays that there are a
fl:1; _. R. Simmons, president plaints.
tJ. Anna
the Otilifornlu who would 1
I If not informed BIt to bait dozen men In
Suffrage are
South Dakota Equal: Association you I
the not discouraged r courwj to pursue to drive oil have givtn moro thin 120.000: for 1)1-
writes:: "We lire .r r.proper \
1> Ilartman, rectum 204 if they hud known bo .
IOWCOTTON did not win tho amend -:, a child's cold, write to 1' % !
1832. J ) that we 'f
J Ilta We going-right on again to president of tho (Surgical Hotel, was for smile.Nueretta MAXUFACTUItKltS OF 1,
ment. are I
Mt.1illill it before the people. This near approach (f Columbus, 0., for advice, bnd ask for 2l09j at U years In mild( Sash Blinds

N7a WJ i get to victory bas put new life and ., ; Bomo of his free books which contain to be the only ouo of the get of Neernut Doors, ,

SOFT lioi>a into tho friends of the! cause. The 1 vino, the most pertinent facts about colds that ban ever Lceti trained. Kccriint is Moulding & Building Material
adoption of the initiative and referendum 1 I nndcoughsandallcatarrhal only 7 yearsold and in by George I

A PERFECT blessing to the people I fll Pc-ru-nu, Dr, Hartman's great prescription W. Ford, Santa Ana, Cul.
is / It Ofllco A Wftirrooms, King, opposite
CABLE MACRAME. as the legislature is obliged to submitan / I'.T ff is wholly vegetable. Attention Is called to the fact that no Cannon: I'tI'uot.Charleston .
CORDS AND amendment to popular vote upon ap- wards off.colds entirely !if taken at horse bus more than three performer

E. EMORY JOHNSON, Owm. 4 CINL. Man. by 5 per cent of the voters. the beginning in proper dohes. It with trotting(( record ot 2:10: or better, S. C. \

MOODUS CONN. plication double that amountI.ndy II breaks up settled colds quickly; it is and that amoiiK these Chimes is the

We can i1t I \ T scientific and safe; there Is no books mystery ranking sire, tho average of his trio bong Sash Weights Cord and ; j jf'

-- lIenr)"'. Slatiiette. tl about it. Dr Hartman's the fattest. :

Lady Henry Somerset has modeled a tell Just how it acts and why. All Thoro are 23 central stallion depots Hardware-

60 YEARS'ti statuette of bliss Wlllard. It is about druggists sell it. maintained by the government ut tho

EXPERIENCE 18 inches high: and represents Miss Wll other I r Mrs. C. T. Rogers, Elgin, 111., says: I jublio charge! in France. 1.'routhel8< window and Fancy GlassA'SPEOIAI.l'Y.

lard in the attitude HO! characteristic 1> u Dr. S. !J. JIartman, Columbus, 0 the breeding horns are distributed out .
as she used to stand on the plat- DEAR: Bnt:-"Your medicine saved around the various diktricts J during the

form. Lady Henry has fully reproduced I /T a my -aby'ulife. We stopped all treat- spring and early uiiimtr and} concen- -

her fine 1'enturPllltnd beautifnl1y"baped I ment but yours, and now he is a trated again before winter.-Turf, Field Palmetto Drug Store, Iuytona.Drugs .

head. A number of the casts of the .5,, / beauUfullioy. It was certainly a and Farm. '

TRADE MARKS statuette are on tale: The proceeds will I t' miracle. medicines, chemicals, line toilet

DESIGNSCOPytmH1S&c. devoted to Dui urrt homea. r ( East Toledo, O., Stood the T.... soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and m :
I l Mrs. Decking,
AnA I e Medicine Co. "There's no uoiiHeme about Miss fancy toilet articles. In groat variety.M .
V | "e 8l""" "ketch und dmtcrlrtlnn mar oiplclooi."I writes to the 1'e-ru-na HITBTON, propr.
.fttitin \tlnin our opinion free uinnIinIlnam'n'tetb > Is the beat Hyppe, anyhow, remarked Raynor."Not"
glasMjsI I'e -na
( wears SIRS -rn
Proh WTfMil nt H& wonder why Keeks 1 Dean :- .
'""1'18"11'Hulidbookoil Parciiufi house. saldBhyne."No. :
? bad in
''IfrBnV.ti taken 2"' tb**ney fur eourinv p+ioiii. know he doesn't need them.he Is each a f medicine children I ever had a bad cough my and 'I hupitenod in at a store the A. N. llovis, lUscom, Fla.. writes\ :

"They say it ii because: 7 My of them had the lung fever. I other day where oho wait baying a pair Have used Dr M. A. Simmons Liver

S 1 I1lk eRmerIc4He suspicions beggar. do withIU" _- one cured them all with Pe-ru-na." of shot*. She wasn't a bit confuted aud Medicine many years; keep it on hand
what has that got to ? all the time. It acts like a charm ou i
fool selecting a
to by
"Why, she didn't try me
of I
tn 'wdawmelrlllu.t,, ed weekly. T.ereeet *lr.SSS&HA. i w Proper knowledge of the treatment of coughs and colds is the liver. Our physicians recommend it.
for her feet. -
i M l err ruonth.. 11.. 8o1'oanl.l.I "He can't believe his own e.ea.It- the first importance to parent This knowledge !Is offered pair two Tribune.sizes too small Think It far better than Zellln'g anti

M free. All catarrhal diseases succumb to P -ru-na. (Chicago Black Draught.
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-+ IHDIAH 'RIVER ADYOCATE 4'r know about corn growing, as is instanced -
at a recent agriculturalshow Indian 1 R River Real Estate AgencTITUSVILLE

in Paris, a novelty exhibitedwas'
a variety of maize, said to
WORTH AND. BISOATXK BAT SBCTIO1II. have been imported from China, FLA.

4 and improved by cultivation i in; POWDER

PUBLISHED EVERY' FRIDAY. France which to maturity I In; 1'
prows A1sQwTILY; PURE YOU would do well if you have property to sell and want It advertised in
' seven weeks. The ears of the corn; paper, free of coot to you'and put In the hands of live men, to write at th'
CBABLES: U. W..TOJr.. Editor A: Proprietor. are small and the cob slender, thus Makes the food more delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public once

making it an excellent variety for fijf- Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency. m J
;: Discontinuance of dM.!. tnnut be mule per. fodder. It is proposed that this KOTU Mtma HXWM eG,_vow. yours.

tonally at this. office or by writing. I variety of corn be introduced into PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10.00.
ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.00 per acre.

Check,etc.,mar be made payable to CBABLBB. England, Denmark, Sweden and rapidly because we made our'busi I Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of Ea I
other countries where the American; Georgiana. Gallic; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price, $1,000
WALTON,publisher and proprietor. nese-let us beware how we Into .
corn cannot be grown. If It is sue go ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 miles south of Tltusville. Will pay $1,000 tt'
address all communications tort cessful there it will also be foundof another line and take up new ,' J. VV. and A. L. Druner and F. W year and $2,000: next. Price, $7,000. ,
ideals.ORMONDBYMOONLIGHT.. HAMMOCK LANDS near Titusville, from $5 to $25 per acre.
ADVOCATE, Hunson went Oceanus ,
INDIAN RIVER value in the northern i to Tuesday.
.. great part One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2} miles west of Tltusville, good f '
Trrusvru., FtomrDA.U. of the United States in the strictly; t Miss Hattie Bower is spending a week pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $550.00.
hard wheat country. i; with Miss Carrie Jargensen, at Grant.I .

f 8. Department of Agriculture A n ntUaI Spot Made More Beautiful I A. Baldwin went down to Ankona

Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. By the Qn on of the Night. [ Friday, to do some carpenter work, and ::r AUES :8. :so-c-es,
FLORIDA IS ALL RIGHT. will be away some time.
r Ormond, Fla.-If by daylight Or. -
'-!' mond Halifax is noted for Its .| Yesey Hall left Monday to spend the
/ a comparative statement -on- syl
The of following temperature u and\ rainfall for the Governor W. D. Bloxham's mes van and refreshing beauty, If it bat summer with his. sister, Mrs. Grace Ills- Grain Hay Feed Flour Grits Meal an
ry... cock and her husband In Pidcock Ga. ,
week ending Tuesday, April 11, 181X sage, presented to the Legislature, about It the.air found In those hospitable ;
1809- -1808- hotels of the White Mountains, famous -.> Quarterly meeting the 15th and 16th
is able and exhaustive
a remarkably Cotton Seed Meal New Garden Seed
"' DATE. MAX. MIN MAX. MIX for the bright, reviving breezes,,', of April at this place. Everybody cor- arriving Fm
state document and is well
? 8 73 0-J 87 OU and for stretches! and spaces of landscape,, dially invited and will be made welcome.
6 75 07 83 70 worthy the study of Floridianc It would take the pen of a poet to describe -
7 79 C6 70 61 Our distinguished chief gives us it, when the wind has sunk to rest Mrs. Owen was 'quite sick Saturday all the time.
of the and night, with a severe bilious attack. Dr.
03 71 64 with the mellow glory day, a,
: 8 72 to understand that Florida; as i iwhole II Chambers' called In Ash kills all kinds of insects Harmless
0 69 51 74 CO full moon begins: to make a golden path was Sunday morn- Agent for Gray Mineral ; to man 0
10 00 40 70 68 is prosperous, and\ he backs way to one's foot over the glittering seas,, Ing, and she ia now improving slowly. beast. Agent: for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotation

11 71 60; 83 CO up his statements by facts and says Mrs. J. II. Daniels! in the Times' I Mr. Wethy and wife and Mrs. Smith Lowest cash prices.

Total rainfall for the week: .07 Inchei figures, which speak for themselver Union and Citizen. I'i returned from Miami\ Friday They en- Office:, 124 W. Bay street.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Departure from normal rainfall for the Those pessimists who think Flor The soft twilight Is gently changing joyed the trip very much, and was well .
from salmon pink to dove shades and '
week: plus .18 Inches. Departure ida has gone to the "demnitioi blue, rifted\ in the west by lines of crimson there.pleased'with the looks of things down .
from normal rainfall since January 1, bow-wows" would do well to step| and black,where a light still breaks;I CHAS. N. WELSHANS

plus '4.17 inches. into the ADVOCATE office and peruse upward; but in the east, so large, so yellow .i I Mulberries are now ripe, and they do ,
J. W. CBONK, Observer. so amazing in its radiance, comes.I!! make the most delicious pies. Wonder
the governor's message, which we that splendid orb which turns the dark- if our northern friends' would like to exchange -

have received in pamphlet form. ness Into glory, the midnight into song. some of their snow and ice for a CEMENT BRICK .LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
y STATE SUPT. WM. N. SIIEATS hat Governor Bloxham, who is an able Standing on the Hag tower of the Or- fresh fruit pie ? ,' ,

the thanks of the ADVOCATE for II and enlightened gentleman of the mond, when the moon has risen to that

of his "BI-Ennlal Report of level, a scene! of enchanting beauty HAIR AND LATH
copy first water, is a diligent observer of spreads beneath. The, Halifax to the Sebastian.Beans *# *#
( of Public Instruction
the Superintendent passing events, and those who take west, placid as a pond, leflcc Ing in mirrorlike .
', of the State of :Floridai the time to carefully read his message clearness the huge pines which State Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils.

for two years, ending June 30, will be much surprised guard the artistic and ambling house, ate going forward in large quantities .
1898." very flows silently, touched here and there by '. now, and very good returns are be Old 'Phone 8. )jet 13 Hogan Stree
learn the condition
r to prosperous a sudden glint of silver, or catching a lag received by shippers.
of Florida, notwithstanding her: dart of snow-white on some distant sails. ,The sloop Dora returned home last JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
APRIL is undoubtedly a pleasant recent cold snaps. Florida is hare The sea, to the east, is one great throbbing I week, from a week's cruise up the St.
month in Florida, for we have been "to down." glowing, glittering, breaking mag- Lucie river.

k 1, having some ideal weather-with nificence molten metal, rolling In floods its grand billows the of, Rev. Lane held services the Methodist P %!? A FAMILY JAUNT
upon pure Z
beautiful sunshine balmy air and last d ert j '
ft : church morning and evening,
; white shore.
BEWARE OF NEW IDEALS. f9 In one of our canopy top phtetons or sui
ocean breezes, which delight the The lines of the roads, or white on the :Sundayr to large congregations. u { revs can be enjoyed for any length of tim

r. healthy and build up the run-down beach, make out in all directions or wind A boy baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. without weariness. You can get mor
f,' constitutions of our numerous The wars of modern times are at the feet through/ avenues of trees now G. A.,Braddock on Saturday last, but solid comfort in one than in any other vt
northern friends. This is truly 'II but waged to secure commanding; redoltnt with resinous odors, for the died soon after birth. It was burled in ; hide on the market. For the horsema
summer night draws forth from every the cemetery here. The mother is getting that loves runabout .
for decisive speed, 9 or as light a
and all visitors positions more
glorious month struggles -
shrub and branch all its pungent sweetness along nicely. can be constructed, well-made and strong
should take advantage of it. of peace. Nations do not riseor Its spicy fragrance of Its gums and -y, 1 n he will find here at bed-rock prices.
fall because a battle has been juices, filling the wboleatmosphel'e with The business meeting: of the Epworth ,
lost that healthful spirit of spring and vital League was held last Thursday evening. k P. E. McMURRAY & BAKER.
but because
or won they an
HUNTERS are continually on the ity, which leaves in the very being an inner Immediately alter prayer meeting. The I
', track of alligators and turtle, and more or less worthy to develop the< senile of joy. A camphor tree, just new members taken in were the Misses j Main & Church Sts.,

,' it seems to us that if the Legislature forces of production, to chain the bursting into liveliest green, sings soprano McKinney and Holly McLallg lIn. JACKSONVILLE,. FLA
reetrictloh powers of Nature to their, service, In this great chorus of blissful odors.
do not put some Along the edge; of the river, bits of nr- State Agents for Sterling,Bicycles.
to enlighten and feed and clothe .p
them Florida is doomed tll Fort Pierce.
upon sparkling /gold leap and skim and shoot
lose two of her very interesting the world. The military strengtlof like tiny rockets, now alone, now in parties -

: and'attractive features. The egg a people is but a shield to the of a dozen. They are the ,fiie-flfes, Continued dry weather, and vegeta
turtle mechanic, d protection to' the raer carrying their lanterns for the coming lion is from same.
s of the loggerhead on our seashore suffering
I i chant in the far of the fairy dance. Down the marshy grasses;
I':'.,' are, nearly all taken ,out of corners young frogs peep, 'and among them in Miss Hattie Merriwether, the charm- CHESEBRO BROTHERS vr!
earth and of
; their nests in the summer, while a guarantee peace at hoarse tones, the policeman gives his orders ing sister of J. B. Merriwether, was vlt>-

fir' the alligator' in our ponds and la home. to the hustling youngsters. The iting at his home on Tuesday.
Nations are struggling now for mocking bird at first U quiet, but on the WHOLESALE -
r.. goons, is meeting rapid ex. silver rays penetrate the soft gloom of Master James Lane was in town on
"' tinction. Call a halt, ere too late.' supremacy as in an elder day, but the woods. A whip-poor-wi.l strong Tuesday, accompanied by his sister and
the sword of the soldier does not and 'ong and loud, and sweetly wild, mother, risking Miss Lillian Merri QOMMISSON FISH DEALERS
i:,' win the victory of the present. until In rivalry the mucking bird sets upa wether.
rc. THE race for the American I cup The Englishman is great becausehe strain so sudden And silver clear that U I
I will, the ADVOCATE is, informed,, startles the echoes and charms the whippoorwill Th'e County road from St. Lucie to .
: is the banker and the merchant No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New York.
Fort Tierce is under I
'': be run under different conditionsto to silence. progressing
>I that' which took place in. 1895. of the earth ; the American is A scent of burning pine, a ripple of the management of James Bell with a : SPECIALTIES:-Spanish .Mackerel Sheephead, Pompano, Bluefish, Re
growing great by leaps and bounds happy laughter and the visitor is at- large force of hands. ,
Then, it will be remembered, Lord tracted to where a party are Snappers, Kingfish, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks.
1 because he provides food and a campfire,
There is be ball at the
l Dunraven had to complain of the enjoying a lunch and'a chat, while over to grand City Stencils promptly supplied. References furnished If desired.'
clothes for the people of
every Hall Friday uiglit, where the light fantastic -
the the leans the witch
sedulous attention of fragrant coffee-pot
too excursion -
land. Let these two join hand who tells their fortunes by the readingof in the old-fashioned way, will be
which had
,I, steamers come and Germany could not send a ship the palm by firelight, and moonlight, tripped" to the heart's content. CLARENCE B. MILLEU. MILLER LONGBOXHAMKatablUhed

t out to see thn race, and which did to her possessions in the east, and with all a gypsy's grace. On the 22nd: there will be, at the City 1841. ,
z something prevent a fair contest Russia must waste her strengthinthe Illuminations of the hotel shine through Hall, an entertainment for the beneht
t taking place; ,Since then the masses flowering foliage, and soft- of the Methodist Church, under the
of the
dark earth. S B.
corners ly through the distance comes the sound MILLER] & CO.
however, congress has passed n management of Mrs. Allen. Turn out,
law clubs to The nation which can control of Schubert's serenade by the orchestra. everybody; we cannot have too much of ,
giving yacht power the commerce of Asia and developthe "Through the leaves the night winds moving the good woik. Mrs LUrtstone will
demand the assistance of the low and sweet WHOLESALE
pol- Murmur
; -
savage wilderness that yet're- To thy chamber-window roving have charge of the music at this enter-
ice and revenue cutters in keepinga main, is supreme because it can do Love hath led my feet t tainment. Mrs. Allen Is well-known as COMMISSION FISH DEALERS
clear course, and giving these, the work to do. And in the heart old fancies arise, old an authoress of unusual ability. This ,
f police-boats the right to turn back. set our century memories of other days when love and play is not her own production, but her No. 7 Fulton Fish Market, New York.
Christian nations now do not fight taste in such matters is without -
youth and all those exquisite anticipations question
vessel the .
any intruding upon for territory, but for markets of happiness made moonlight the and the public can rest assured ofa
Special attention given to the sale of
1: course. China threatens to follow the fate element to dwell In, and the rich bounties tt eat. Pompano, Spanish
1 of nature but the appropriate ben-! Mackerel, Blue Fish, etc.
THE efforts of the residents and of Poland, because she has a numerous izen of every hour I Don't forget: the 10th. Everybodycome REFERENCES-Fulton: and Market National Bank, or any Wholesale Fish dealc
population whose trade will A and bring your best girl: or some
Ormond by moonlight I place so in the United States.
station the East Coast
agents along other fellow's best girl anyhow come.
make a nation great as no guns or sweet and restful so inspiring with re- ; Stencils furnished on application.
. r, to beautify their places by growing gold mines can ever do. Why did newed hopes, so full of that power to The entertainment promises to be all
could be desired. The
I r ornamental shrubs and plants charm care and bring the senses to that proceedsare
. 4 I Spain fall? She was rich, but did away to be devoted to the erection of the
i is in the I direction. that feeling of "peace which passes
a move right HAMMOND
1 Church here. After the PACKING CO.
I not labor, or produce or develop, understanding." Among: all the lovely Episcopal play
U; While Titusville cannot boast .of and therefore she drone Florida this is the there will be an ice crea 01 tfost!val. Admission -
was a places one finds In (Formeily The G. II. Hammond Co.)
much energy in that line, there are I will keep 25o.5; doors open at 7:30. Theaffair
j which must die for the good of the spot where midnight beauty OUR
will be under the supervision of SPECIALTIES
r some residents in this town whose one from the pillow and with the hauntIng :

gardens are certainly a credit to whole She is dying today, not because far-away will song draw of the the ear persistent to listen whippoorwill listen -- Mrs.the pro Stetson ramme; and will be the presided musical over part by if "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacor

them. Nothing makes a town SQ she has been defeated in battle, as to the voice of siren; the eye to the accomplished Mrs. Hailstone, whose "Coin Special" canned meats. '

attraqtive to visitors as well-kept but because she slaughtered the in. look and turn and look again, as the silver name is a guarantee of the excellency "Calumet" hams and
flower1 gardens and clean streets. streaming night marks longer and of her part. J. Arlington Gilbert has breakfast bacon.Calumet" .
lustriou8: Moors, drove out the kindly offered his services to a part In I "
shadows eastward the dewy leaf lard.
longer on
We would suggest that the F. E. C. /
Jews who were her business men, the programme.
R'y Co. oifer a prize for the best- I and relied on the soldier and the and grateful earth. Homemade pure. lard.

kept and neatest garden plat adjoining noble who did not produce. Mill: "Peerless" compound lard, sausages

their stations along the tary success cannot make a nation 1899 Wall 1899 and all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
East Coast. Who will second the
permanently great or powerful

motion ? now, though she possess the force ,
that: can guarantee peace that1 her, Manufacturers Agent. Samples Now Ready WILLIAM CLARKE Sanitary

,IT is not generally known that arts of production may flourish

the first bicycle built specially for Therefore, our people should not Rangpur Carpet. Ajute Carpet in matting Fine Gas Fixtures Plumber and Gas Fitter Roofing Sleet,
a "oman was in England in 1874.The allow the military, glory achievedIn ,

machine was constructed with the war with Spain to blind themto patterns. Moth proof and cheap. Iron work pumps and drain pipe bath tubs water clos
': two pedal levers, placed on one side the lesson taught by the historyof ,

of the wheel, and the fair rider sat > :France under Napoleon. FURNITURE STORE, ets and Wash Stands Copper vessels of all descriptions re-tinned

.- side-saddle. The backbone of this With his army today the Emperor FLA.
machine was equipped with a Z- understand TITUSVILLE. 37 St. $
of> Germany cannot why Forsyth near Laura t.,

shaped crank, the saddle was attached the history of the century does not JACKSONVILLE, FLA

f half way along the center, revolve around his helmet-and he ESTABLISHED 1852.jy .

so that it could be mounted ,easily, Is unhappy because it does not. j Oldest Fruit and Produce Commission House in Chicago. .UE3 FOR STOREKEEPERS ,
and the back wheel was carried To[ starve ten farmers to make one '

I out behind as in the form of the soldier-to tax business men out of

"ordinary" bicycle, except that the existence to grow warriors like cab. T. D. RANDALL & CO. dPollak & Co. Wholesale House.

two wheels did not track. The bage, is not sound political economy ,

back wheel was placed several according'to the science of tol -
inches out of line of the front l oO JSStON: Cloth.Mosquito Ducks Netting, made and unmade: fine meah. Coats Netting and ScreeD'
and Georgia Checks and Cottonadea Coats Cotton in all num-!
wheel. It was tricky in steeringand acquired more territory Melons Frnlts and Southern Produce bers, 41cts. per do& Show Cases, old or new onel. Special attention paid tocorrespondence.
used by its owner for the pur than she could develop, and she is Early Vegetables, Truellng men on the road conltantly. We only sell to dealers,:

pose of trick-riding. dead of indigestion. The: eun never p.1D.oapp1cs a Spoc:1a1: corporations have in stock and Liberal botela.term Anything and liberal usually kept by storekeepers in our line we',

sets on the British flag, but that Give as reference: The Merchants' National Bank of Chicago; Southern Express \ ,treatment !

AMERICAN farmers do not pretend flag ia led against an enemy everyday Co.: Florida shippers on application. Also state remittances made in New BENEDICT, POLLAK & CO.. I,

to know all that there is to in the year. We have grown York Exchange, or express money order on which there U no exchange. :32, 34, 36 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE FLA. !



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Salesman Daytona.
fordtboult pirtl"u _
and Kinky Hair The FERTILIZERS.
Holly Inn
one of George C.?
Injury to the scalp or hair. Howe I system of const hotels closed flit M H

on Monday, after a successful season .

50 CENTS PER BOX.nti The Fountain City Minstrels
gave a
.... .. ...... cake walk at the armory on Monday .
evening Quite a large attendance.We SPACIAL PRIG ESI 4

Kink. In the hear Clark that block eof-the tore rooms : ffl f

P. ..................... ..,:..-....:.= .=.-,...m..>-.. from Crescent City Is, who rented to parties .

the United States Health Vox! In a stock of dry good propose, etc. put-

iorsed by Reports. The! roof of J'LC< K ller'l house on I ] .Pinea.pple' +< < ccwe

LRRAGH & RICH, New York Rldgwood caught tire on Tuesday _

rooming. from a defective flue but I ftf
jot Maaafrttnnra.Miami. through the assistance of neljthbor
the flames were promptly 4.11' 4.rousic For'tl.1:1.mor: : fti .
extinguished -
The schooner Royal Palm, having C. H Price $25.OO.GUARANTEED :" Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply ,to .

A. Cooper and family and W. P. ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money '

traveling TAlmage B 11'racoa, as Cuba passengers, is reported st Moisture......,,,.......................... .............,..........,..., ...... to 10 STEAMED BONE RAW BONE
1. A Johnson, passenger the having reached the e AmmonU......,. ................,... ................... .... ................... B to 6 !
of the Southern Railway, Newt on 10th ult. Messrs. Cooper ante 8 Equal to8ulph teof Ammonia...................,............................. 30 to 88 BLOOD AND BONE ACID PHOSPHATE
been here, attending to bust- Talmage expect to remain ................. ............................. B to S ,
,hM permanentlyThe EgnaitoBonel'hosphateot Llme.......................i...................-.., 11 to IS DISSOLVED
II for his company. Yacht Club's flag was at half- Potash K3 0....................... ............................................. B to 6 BONE, NITRATE OF SODA, .
Equal to of FoUh ..... ... .. .,..... '
8 10
fftlofZetterlund, eastern agent of theaids mast Tuesday, notice having been received MagneMa Sulphate, Lime,r Soda, eto. ..,...............,...............,................BS to to 60S3T SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS, EH
ITj. Coast land department of the death of [8'
East Washington Van
TtoUwto at Hallandale and Danla, Hamm in New York last week. < The Write for Special Pamphlet. /

.been spending day or sops here. Immediate cause of death was appen- y COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES. ,,

I Florence Wood, stenographer In dicitis.her Ills here.yacht, the Sunshine, lie at B3T" Special Mixtures compounded with machinery' at very low 0
.office at the land office of the Florida H prices.

,t at St Augustine, : Our beach was the scene of a most
II DeeuMspendingya few days at thefle disastrous conflagration on Saturday, the Please Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for &

I Palm. Seaside Inn and six cottages adjoining .
[ Council 1, at Its last meeting, I being swept away. Mr. 11. H. Stewart H Pamphlet. fLII

l/oointed City It. M. Smith sanitary inspec- the was the Inn principal and three sufferer of the, as he owned LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
cottages, on
Er whose duty will be to make a house- I which
he had no insurance. Mr. H. E. ,, JII
the .
and to
Tbouse Inspection, report I
Smith, l lessee of the hotel, estimates his
ancil upon the sanitary, condition ofatom loss at $1,000 on furniture. '
The other v111e.
ao son Flor1d.a.: .
cottages were insured for certain
I and the following amounts. There -
Henry M. Flagler- were some forty odd
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sailed last week for Nassau, where guests at the Inn, most of whom lost
ity orange trees have some bloom on. last, with the culprits. They are two.
Jwill spend several days: Mrs E. everything; the losses In some cases Melbourne. Lotus.
[AshleyaDd maid, Miss Pomroy, Dr. exceeding a thousand dollars in ward- lion. J. II. Higglnbotham has been white ,men, named Ivory Bird and !

Anderson, Rev. and Mrs. John A. robes, jewelry, etc. So crazed with ex- suffering for the past week or so with ,avery Thomas Guy, and were charged with
'Gonigle, C. B. Knott, R. W. Par- citement were some of them that they OOODE &:: nooDG.-Real Estate and Loans. Mrs BUbee made a pleasant call at brd carbuncle cattle stealing In Oaroola County Sher-
Commander and Mrs. F. Lobb, had actually to be forced from the Agent for Etna, London and Liverpool and Cocoa Friday lIT C. F. Piovatt, of Klsslmmop, came to
L, Globe and Imperial Fire Insurance. Special Messrs. Higbie, Willis and Walsh were I Titusvlllo on Monday, mid took Bird
,Lobb, and U. S. Kealthofer. building originated to in save the their lives. The north fire dents attention paid to the interests of non resi Dr. Chambers, of Georglana, was limiting: off Turtle Mound for bass, Sat and Guy back with him. Bird Is said
cottage just
prominent real estate dealer, Mr. the Inn, but the exact cause is not down Sunday.T. ul'dayafternllon. to be rather notorious character, and

.A. Waddell, has "just sold 320 acres I known. Full amount of insurance is G. Ronald has returned from n Messrs. Warnock, Willis and Hlgble, Sheriff Brown deserves groat praise for
Jland, for orange groves, near Little I 1900; total loss about $15,000.Bovine. Bazaar: Mrs. Chas .r. F. Campbell:: Co., Millinery large bear hunt. after a stay of several days on the Do- his clever capture
(reek and Arch Creek, to E. A. BradBury Notions, Dry Goods, Ladles' ready- iirauw estate, started for Titusville and .- .
J. P. Brown, of Titusvlllo was seeu
(an ADVOCATE subscriber) and F. ,made and woven Underwear Ferris' Renowned ,
.Miller, of Elmira, N. Y. )Ir. Wadell Corsets etc., embroidery and colored silks, In town Monday. other points down the river Monday. Notice.
souvenir etc.
has made several good sales of landly. spoons Stationery II. J. Allen stopped i in on his way to W. Chambers, In his now launch, accompanied -

Brantley Tuesday. by Capt. Alex Goode, of A musical entertainment and dance-
J. T. Snell is now shipping beans in HOTEL RIVERSIDE MELBOURNE, FLA., Melbourne, were here for a while Fri will bo held nt the residence )1 r. antiMrs.
| -Please mention the ADVOCATE when quantities. overlooking Indian River; homelike accom The hoeing: of Dr Capron's grove is day laSt, on their way to Daytona Mr, C. II. Mt. Elizabeth
board(. Racey, on
modations and good Rate 91-00 per completed, and adds greatly to Its looks.
Chambers hero.
niting advertisers. day or (6.00 to '1.00 per week according to owns a orange grove Thursday evening, April 20, 1801)! ) for J
Eugene Kiniard the came out Sunday to location of room. Special rates to lUverl'eolle. Supt. John H. Sams, of CQurtenay, Our truck gardener, S. P. Walsh, has the benefit of 1' llen' and Wavoland ,
accompany cow hunters. CHAS. T. McBRIDE Proprietor. was visiting the school here Monday some of the finest cucumbers your scribe churches. Admission, :Sue.!l ; refreshments I

St. Augustine. Mr. Locke was quite sick the first of C. Wilkinson and Miss Blanche Stew- has seen for Home tlmo. The cucumbersare extra.

this week, but is better at this writing.Mr. for the ADVOCATE art visited friends at Brantley :Sunday ready for 'picking. Who can beat
Subsctiptions ,
J Robert Ranson has returned. from a Stewart's little blind colt has dis- the pink paper of the East Coast, will be Bean picking will\ begin In earnest this north forl as,the Eldora 12th P of. Our April gardeners, living as never far Homo of Tourists at Hotel Dal-

trip to New York. appeared, and it is believed to be lost on received at the Melbourne PostofBce. next week, and, of course, prices are de- give up hope when freezes come; wo ton.
the .
] Miss Emma Merritt Is visiting friends praiiie.Mis. clining.Mr. j just plant again. -

In i Charleston, S. C., where she will re- Win. Roesch and son, of Eau Com. F. C. Hewitt has returned to his I Rossitter. of Rockledgp, was the Dalton, GIL, Is tho gateway to the
main some time. Gallie, are. visiting friends here this of C. Provost Mon- South-delightful climate, superb seen
home in New York state. guest over night Itviiil tuncvi to (Count I *
week. | cry beautiful drives, good livery, refined
J. 0. Walton, of Titusville, was a Will Scott left here Monday for New day. .- society, and the most popular stopover

;post of Hotel Ponce de Leon on Sunday The men who went on the cow hunt York, but will return in the fall. School closed Wednesday, after n very The State Treasurer has remitted to resort for all tourists from the South.::

I list last week brought in about three hun- successful term, with Miss Cora Brownas the several oounilot entitled thereto the Modern hotel, cloctrlo bells, elevator, J
Postmaster and Mrs. H. J. Ritchie and dred head of cattle, for different people E. Morgan l left here Monday for Dun- teacher.Dr. i amounts due thorn from the proceed of telephone, hot and cold water baths on .

I daughter left Sunday, for a week's tour living around here. geness, to. work on a new house for Mr. Bigelow I likes it so well here that sales and redemptions of tax certificates every floor, good table and service, with ,

|resorts along the East Coast. Mrs. S. F. Gibbs and little daughter, Carnage.Mr. when the time came to he It oil for the month of March, 181)1))\ ns follows: reasonable rotes Many tourists and resort
here go put Urovard, $10.51 Dade, $5.20': Duvul, .seekers hero. Have fifteen
Sun- ;
Agnes, of Melbourne, came out on Fri Leppert passed through: another week.C. come
ff. II. Warburt6n, representing the day.: :She took Miss Helen Miller home day, on his way home to Cincinnati from .Oi\.8Ij! : : ; Monroe, f75.ll ; St. Johns $.23: ; days stop over on ticket or they can be
[Clyde Line, has been spending a few days with her to spend :Sunday.The Miami. D. Provost killed a rattlesnake Volusla, 24.ii.: extended.
lithe city in the interest of his com- right In tho heart of town a few days For particulars, address,
lany dance which was to have been Dr. Donnan! left here Sunday, on an- since D. L.1)ETTOnProprietor: ,
given last Friday night, at the school other trip south by sailboat with Capt. Suicide of Dr. Jennings* Dalton Ga. '
President Geo. F; Miles and Cashier ,
A. L. and J. W Bruner of Georgians
house, had to be postponed on accountof Hoot. -
|Geo. W. Gibbs of the Canal Company I
I were here Tuesday purchasing bean
IDr.G. Worley and Chas. It. Oaillard left rain, although several came from. the I :Mrs. Kate Gillman left here Tuesday crates. Brooding over domestic troubles and

I Wednesday, for Titusville. ridge. for St. Augustine and then north Mrs. tired of life, Dr Elmer Jennings, dentist Tcncliorti' KxuinlnntlonH

Miss Sallie Simmons attended Sunday Gillman is one who we regret to see take Born, to Mr and Mrs J. N.' Chalker, took poison last week with suicidal 1 1Wilt'
Messrs. Palmer & McDowell, proprie- each but welcomeher night fine Mother and Intent and died within A few hours.
school at the school house last Sunday.. her departure spring, Sunday a boy.
bo held In the
J tore of the Magnolia! hotel, have decided each winter. child doing well. The plllco selected for the deed was In public school
This is toe first time she has been out again Tltuevllle
I house No. 2, Fla., June film
keep this house open until April 2.:i, his bod at the houso No. Old: East Bay
uthey, expect a liberal patronage up to in quite a while, and we are glad to see Mis. Scott and charming daughter, The town was serenaded! Monday street, Jacksonville, where he rented a 7th and 8th. Text books In theory and

I that date. her improving in health. Miss Julia, of Kentucky, left here for night by the New Coons In Town. They bedroom from an old negro woman, practice; Corn puyres' psychology, ap

the north, after spending eight weeks at arrived Monday afternoon to pick beans, called "Mother Daniel," and where he education, can be purchased of
Mr. Flagler's private secretary, J. C. Hotel Carleton. They hope[. to return but, alas I they were- too early, as onlya had boon rooming for over a year, Deceased Burgess Smith, No. 7 Whitehall St.,
I Sailer, ia still sojourning at Hotel Al- Eau Gallie. next season; we hope so too. few are moving. formerly resided in Titusvlllo, Atlanta, Ga. Questions In history relating .
azar. lie will probably leave for New to }<'lorhllwlli be taken fromUrcen'
I York next week. Assistant Secretary The Misses Florence Hodgson and The entire community sympathizewith Fort Pierce, Palm Beach and other
History of Florida. A few
list. Gilbert also Messrs. J. E. M. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Ramsey In the points along the East Coast The fun cop;
| C.D.Boyce is with Mr. Salter. W. II. H. Gleason is on the sick Mary los are on hand In office, price 1.10' ,
\ Hodgson, J. A. Gilbert and' R. P. Paddi- loss of their little girl, who died Thursday eral services over deceased' remains my I
Charles Walton and Dr. Houghton's house-boat, Dentos, is held at tho of & each. F/\h'bank/ History of Florida< can I
II. editor
proprietor Hon, jr., drove down from, Eau Gallic afternoon with inflammation of lungs were purloin Clark
I of the INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, moored Eau Gallie river Friday evening to attend the guild en. and whooping cough. Dr. Chamberswas Burns at 10 o'clock Saturday morning be obtained of Drew & Co., Jacksonville' t

TItusville, has been spending a few days Bean growers are netting $;i per crate tertainment. called, but arrived too late for any by Rev J. T. Boone, and tho Intermentwas address price $1.25. For further JNO. H, Information/HAMS ,
it Hotel Ponce de Leon, as the guest of and medical aid. In Evergreen cemetery : ,
of five ten crate
oa recent shipments Co. : Public Instruction I
and three
I l Manager Robert Murray.. Mrs Mlday charmlngdaugh- Supt. ,
ters left here Thursday, for their homein ''JACKSONVILLE'S OSTRICH 0 4t Courtenay, Fla.
It Is rumored around town that in con- lots.Mr.. and Mrs. L. D. Lockwood came up Canton, O., but we hope to have this Roseland. ; I

Kquence of the purchase of the Tit usJ&Enterprise on their wheels last Sunday, enjoying a pleasant family return next fall. This FARM.
branch of the J., 'r. & pleasant spin. was their third season spent In Mel- -
t W Ry by Mr Flagler, Mr. Geo. F. bourne, and they leave many friends MoBsrH.BIgnell and Todd have returnedto -
Miles has tied up his Indian River steamboats Rev. W. C. Barnes' launch, Jean, is on here New Rochelle N. Y, A lady visiting the ostrich, farm at \
at Titusville.A Hodgson's ways, undergoing repairs. Jacksonville, writes the ADVOCATE 'as TTFRC
:She will have a cabin forward. l Mr. Selsby left here Tuesday for his T. 8. Drake Is rebuilding the store follow:
peculiar and daring robbery ocCUrred home in Cleveland, O. He has been the house which recently burnt down. One of the most Interesting sight' In I
and Tues-
at Sirnoman's jewelry store, on Cold north winds Monday guest of Hotel Riverside for some time. the south, and one that all visitors OF FLORIDA aw ,
tlDit street, at an early hour Saturday day made the weather anything but He owns a fine boat, which he has left Beans are growing nicely, and a few should certainly see, Is tho ostrich farmat ,
Horning The large plate-glass window, comfortable. It is now much warmer. in charge of Sam Martin until be comes have been shipped.) Jacksonville

directly and on the street, was broken into Wm. A. Warnock, of Jamaica, N. Y., back next fall. Mrs. John Gonde, of Melbourne came S<> many of us, who wear the ostrich

taken.Jewelry to the J amount of $300; was was here Tuesday, looking over :Sarno, The entertainment given in Educational down Tuesday evening to vlitlt her son- feathers, know little or nothing of tho 4CROWNAsk

In the interest of the Degrauw estate. Hall last Friday evening by the in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. birds that produce them, but only think D

The contractors have completed the Mrs. C. L. Ives is still confined to her Ladies' Guild of the Episcopal church, 0. Mooit1. of them In their far oil home as monster

fork of paving King street from. St. home, by injuries resulting from a bicycle was a big success. MW.. T. Wells Mr. and Mrs. Underwood were calling birds that aro cruel and dangerous.Hero '
George: street to the bay. It is now cove accident. her friends hope to see kindly gave the use of the hall free for In Mlcco the early part of the week, we see them, tame and harmless, JACKSONVILLE, 7'

and withvluifiedbilck, and U one of her out on her wheel shortly. this entertainment. The following pro. and remark on the tasteful and neat walking magestlcully about and looking ,
tie best pavements in the city. The next gramme was well rendered: of all the places there, show. at UN with their beautiful largo vyus;
of Patterson N. J., arrived appearance and wonder and look and feel inclined
thoroughfare Mrs. Friend, we
to be In the hands
placed Tableaux : Gypsy Camp, In two scenes, Ing the pride and progresslvenesii of the
if! the Charlotte here last week, and Is a guest of to thank thorn for giving I us the
contractors will be Misses Gladys Wells, Annie Goode, people of Mlcco.
street.Mrs.. Mrs. Barbour, at Walden Cottage. Mrs. Mattie Brown Allie Nicholson, C. Mlday lovely plume to wear; and the plumes
Friend is ever a welcome visitor The F. E. C. Ry. Co. aro building a : that are for sale In the show loom are
and Messrs. Standford and Prescott Wells
W. W. Palmer gave acomplimen- and Will\ dwelling house for lies pumper Workon perfect-the most beautiful fans, boas,
Houston and John Nicholson.-
*euchre party last Saturday evening Engineers Geo. same bas been 'delayed, as the car eto. your Grocer fof'Crown"
J''. Ie Magnolia hotel. Forty guests par- Kitchell returned from Titusville Tableaux: Gypsy Fortune Teller, Miss load of lumber was partially destroyed You may hero see some of the male
""Pated and all worked hard to secure Mrs. Kitchell and child returnedwith their Annie Goode, assisted by the above com- by fire. The car was totally destroyed. bird scratching large round holes in "4 Butter.

the handsome prizes, which were band- Mr. Kitchell, and will occupy pany.Banjo. The fire was supposed to Lave caught the sand for anest, and tho liens looking
music John Nicholson
Painted souvenirs of St. Augustine. The residence here. : from a pile of llghtwood near the car, wistfully at them, waiting to lay their Take no other.
tartunate Tableaux The Choir Girls In two
kiss ladies were Mrs. II. Twitchell, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Harrison and Miss Misses: Susie Carter, C., Mlday which probably caught from a spark egg( *-other nests, full of eggs, and such

Gentlemen I Van Fossen and Mrs. A. E. May. Sara Simpson left last week for Montreal Carrie scenes,Irwin, Jean Barnes, Ethel Powell., from a passing engine. egg, as large a* a good-sized cocoanut;
: J. R. Van Duzen, S. Dar- Can. Mr. Harrison will go into Music Miss Helen Valentine. other sitting on .the egg, and some I
"WindE. S. Isom. the commission business, and make : Huffy looking little creature that have
Music Mrs. E. M. Campbell.
nWanager Robert Murray had quite a Montreal his home. Tableaux: : Ten Virgins, in three Eldora. first I think taken one the might peep of spend day. a day withthose TRY BUG DEATHON
r Bt at dinner Guild realized Icen'cs MUses Maude Powell Carrie t
party on Sunday even- The ladles of St. John's Interesting bird and then wUh iJ
among them Jos. P.eg their Easter festival Brown Jessie Goode Susie Carter C.
G being Manager neat little sum from Tell{
a to them I the
(of week The Mitchell! Jennie C. S. Houston spent Sunday at Oak
11 Hotel Alcazar), Miss Greaves, at Mrs. Nesbitt'a last Mlday. Lculae and reader about them GROWING
lie'h DC.. Noble and Mrs O. M. evening programme was postponed on Helen Millers Annie Haslehurst, Mollie II ill.

if cr. At an adjoining table wereBertbhlte account of inclement weather. Nicholson. Very heavy wind prevailed all last ---- VEGETATION.

Edward J. Scully and Miss Brown will bold divine bong: Miss Lillie Robertson, Mrs. week, with'some rain. Tltoi-IIU Hoard of Trade. -
| of New York and Chas. Archdeacon Chas. Campbell. ,
". \Walton, of Titusville. .; service at St John's church next Sunday /Hong: : Miss Lillie Robertson. Miss Nell.Wllklnllon la visiting her There was a called meeting of the An Insecticide and

at the usual hours. flourishing Music: J. Nicholson. sister, Mrs. Abbott, at Hawks park.1 of Trade
last on Monday evening, for Q
bathhe of water Is In a U T
programme of St. John's Plant Food
sitnri8ea"on was enjoyed In the Casino school new members gradually Tableaux: Death of Cleopatra, [In two W. C. Howes and E. C. Day, of Oak the purpose of discussing matter of Interest
raay night crowd. The condition, gaining scenes. Cleopatra, Mrs. Chas. Campbell; Hill, took dinner with friend here Sun- to our resident and town.
by a large Iris, Miss Annie Goode; Charmian, Miss Combined
Wrriimme was varied and an day last On Wednesday evening the usual M N.r'.M. .sly
: large, a swimmers one DeVlnne, of New York, bas retuSed Allie Nicholson. By request, the gypsy monthly meeting took place for the purpose 'ot YCwNN.. 1rADVANTAGES
number of -
particiPaled returned'
Moeller has to New
arrangements were all repeated at the close of II.
making scenes
in the home, after of collecting dues and attending to OF USE
different events of the even- fall and the Smyrna, after a stay of several dayi
of pineapple the entertainmentwas
the management programme, anything of Interest that be
At the close of for may brought Easy to apply, wind does not blow it
CQI labia chainless bicycler was raffledage plantation allldsscou View. Mr.De- pronounced by those present to be forward. There being no business of off, and rain will not wash It off. Pre
1114 ) by Postmaster II. J. Ritchie. I Vinne U not at aged, and will\ one of the finest ever given In Melbourne The Misses Emerine and Edith Mitch Importance before the Board, l$; adjourned vents blight. Non-poisonous and will

him-. has been a fertilize heavily this summer for next and a neat little sum was added to theguild's ell, after a visit of several days, returned at an early hour.Captured not Injure anything except insect life; "

i ternand done much to make year's crop. funds. home Saturday. 'N an excellent plant food, and will Increase

Casino popular.Asa George P. Kramer and Miss Kramer, Every one at Eldora enjoy reading the for Cow ;nllng.. growth of crop Send for circular and
who have been spending the winter herewith -If you are in search of bargains, bright and newsy of the pink testimonial from those who have used
Q- relative, Mrl. Kredell, re- read the ADVOCATE columns carefully. pages It. 'Try It-it will do all we claim.
their Friday.P.
n advertising medium, no to their paper every Sheriff Jo. I', Drown, who bad beento DANVOUTU CHEMICAL. Co.,
iter on the East Coast can beat the turned last Sunday Mr. Kramer wilparobaib y W, Roberta has everything' fine Orangedale, near Fort Drum, after ,,0r Leomlnter, Mas.

andVOC4TE. Give' ns a trial &(ht.,. poliS Ohio. of his own here next -Pleuo write us whenever you fail to condition on the Degrauw estate. Very two white roen, who are charged with R. J. artlnay, Gen'l Agt.,.
*orth convinced of the PInk paper's have season.a winter home receive the ADVOCATE. few lemons are killed to the bank, and cow stealing, returned here on Saturday Jacksonville, Fla.



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1 what nonpltiMsl, "jan know that grand .

SUCCESSFUL opera is not sung in English. What do 'J Jacksonville

EVERY sing in French ?" 1 Tampa
< I who raises fruits, yon 9 I _
"I don't know any of the languages, -%- Key West

vegetables, berries or I don't sing in French at alL" Fry

u knows "What were you thinking of doing?" ,a., ,'l .<.Jfl It**,' ." ...aNO r ...,,,.bt .. l
grain, by experiencethe asked thd prima donna, somewhat at a ,, .. .

importance of having a Ions helped.aa to how this yorng woman couldbe <. :tV ,V'J, t... ..: ..... "....'. JOSEPH H. DURKEE Receiver.

of "Well answered the I SOUTH _
large percentage young womAn, ID Effect Feb. 1, '99.Lr..JACKSONVILLE. -1IiOllTH
"I rather thought I would go to Eng No. 2Q9.| No. 21. No. 87 No.23 I NO. 32. No. 38,' No. i8. co.

I land. .. ."' 4Y: 't'p'a& _r ; j JIM l" l13 p .. .. .... 943 a ........Orange; Park ...... .. 62am813am .... .., 714p m "
(! "To England !I" exclaimed Mme.\ Nor- WI't'! .lffr ..(. k : ". .:i. .... .. ........ ... ......."...1'eoria.j,.,.. .... .. .... .... ... M,.
Potash dica "Dnt dear there is ,. ; ;'Ii N W "I. t 19a3a: 11003 ........ .. .Magnolia .......... 21bp 648pm....
aghast. my .e .
1 12 to a JOHp25tl iv 15a .... .Green Cv Springs. .... 609am 2111' 8tPID
no grand opera in England. Grand lobs 11 Ma ...?<... ..PaiatKa........ ..... 600am354am 128p liMpID
I is in America. Now, you .: .: ? .' .. '" /1/jo' ........ ........ ..... . .. ..,..,...... Satsnma. .. ........ .. .... .. ..... .2ii
opera suppose 'Y "A jo .J. X 'i"fi!. > t ........ .... .... .. ... .. . .. ........ ,. J'omona.. .. ...,. .. ..... .... .... .... .. ,.,
'"* in his fertilizers. If the fer- learn tho role of Stephano in 'Romeo etJuliette' .1'.*. 'ik": ''''Y \.. ..I'JJ.) ;f r rat: "'""7. i .' f .. .... .. .. .. .. .... .... 11 50a ....Cresce.ntCltyJllnCtlOD.... ? .... / .
in French, and perhaps I could '. :,.,'; .t ..:."t -:r i40a 213 a 340p 1200]) ........... ?.SevilleDeLeon .... .... .. .. 330am 12401' 4111Jpm IU,
,. 'l .. fi OS a 246a307a ...... 122p! ..,.. .. Springs. .. .... 246am140am .. 4161'
,' / tilizer is too low in Potash the get you a hearing. ..>, i ;'I. .' ; .... .... .... .... .. ..... ......... Olenwood .... .... ..... ..... .. ... .... .. ID .Iola.
"Oh, dear, no !" said the young wom- ,'." '1'I sop HOp! 12 Mpi ......Beresford.... .. . 2:12am: 1.nzp 3 '.1pm'
harvest is sure to be small and I .. 7 25 a.... ... 440p aip+ Ar DeLftnd .... .. ....,.. l140a .
an. "I flhoulcln.tbowilIln to sing any- >; 620 a.... .... ,3SOp123upLv } ""' fLy.{ ... .. 12201) 416pm. "

thing but the principal roles. Ho she ,. fOIl a800a 317a .... .... 02ltiaop> ... Orange City Juno... .... 210am..... 34Simt L
of inferior quality. : '. .,,,) .'. -' \ ...... .. .... .. .... .... .. ..;nterprlse ., ..,... .......... ......', 320plD ...
departed and now she has gone to England ,, : ', '1 ..."' ''" T *. ..... ..... .. ...... .... .... 3 iftp Ar .....TITUSVILLE.. .. LT .. ........ ..... ... 1130 p w. .
c5' Our books tell about the fertilizers where grand opera is not, to get .1: :if? : *\' _...... .... .... ....... 6 43k ..........Mt. Dora....... .,... .. .. ... . :::::
proper roles suited her talents. ... 1 .. ... .... .. ... 70IpI .... ..... ..Tavarefl...... .... .... .. t 993211aa ... .. .. .
; for all crops, and we will gladly send them grand opera to .. .t 3 Ma 4 /Sepal I asp Ar;....... Sanford..Lv 1129a 320pm215pm "7"p
free to farmer -New York Times. ::1 : ... ., 482 a 64r!>p614p 24Jp .:.. ....Orlando.. .. .. .. 12111pm 111421\ ..
any I .. ..... fOOa 4 Ittp ... ......>.Lakeland.. ,. ..... 919pm615pm 1014a 12 lo p620am m ..:"'
'a'' OCRHAN KALI WORKS I .... 940 a 8 mil. 4 Nip\ .. ....... ..Bartow. ..... .:.. 907a ...:.
u; lie Ilnil .....,,. 710 a IOMpl01l.Ar..PuntaGorda..Lv! 825p: m 520a 10 33 pm ..
Vv, 93 Nassau St., New York.rw..u. a Conscience. .. .. ... 817 a8B5a .820p 535p ..... .. ... Tampa ..... .. .... T37pmt103ap: 10 uo a ....;
One day, after a severe storm, a large t' ..... .. .. ... . ,,,.Tampa nay Hotel.... .. . ..,I 807ai30a .. .. ml... .
c number and .. .... Slop! 62OpA6.I'ortTampa..Lv'700pm -'I020 \ ::
__ ....--J Y' V __ of men boys were out on New Schedule Florida East.Coa'st'l Mon.Thnr. Sat. 9(Nip( 9 ncp :/A.... ...Port Tampa.......Ar 2 00 p m .,.. ... TliurSiinATc.Sat. !
the roads of a country town to shovel Tne .Frl.<& "unAVed.SaUVMon a oope 3 nop Ar..Key West.. .... ..LvAr 700 pm ... . A Me
.i I'rrnrn Title' and American Girls. out the drifts. Each workman was paid _, (Kip 6 OOa .. . 'Havana.. .. .. ..Lv 1230pmDally .. .. Wed.'at..OIi,,

The Rcvr tics R"vues has been lately 25; cents an hour, and as may be supposed Railway will appear in this space t Daily except Sunday. gMon.: ,.Wed. and Fri. ,

occupied in owing that tho titles thero'was no very strict watch Train leaving Jacksonville 9:'->0 a. m. arrives Gainesville 1:35: p. m., Ocala 2:10: p. m., Leech
"; promenaded l t'1 tho members of the kept upon them, but one little fellow 3:1i0 p. m., daily. .
next week. Trains 81 and 32 Carry Through: Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car between Cincinnati Tamand
Jockey club of the PommoB de Terro of i; Boomed to be working with all his !f local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open for accommodation of pasaeiicen and

*J v the Union and of the line Royale are might and his comrades laughed at Union. Station,Jacksonville, at. U p. m.

,' not worth the cards on which they are INDIAN RIVER SERVICE.
him."Why j Indian River Steamers leave Tltusvllle 4:00: m., Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays!
printed ; that in Franco today there Jim, are you after the Job of 9 d p. and Thi"
r for St Lnclu Kiveiand Intermediate arrive
clays landings; returning, Titusville Aednesda
does not exist n single solitary prince, highway surveyor, or do you expect toget .. I, '.t.... ,, ,. \! ::, ., :" Thursdays, Frldivsand Batnrdajk. at 12 noon.
'v,. duko or marquis possessed of an anf more than the rest of us for puttingin '.1 ..,. ','". t"" t., .. ,',,.0" t..L .. ..:.:..{ .. W. U. COFFIN, O. D. ACKERLY
1" General Superintendent. General Passenger
\! thentic title. The allegation is inter- so ?" '. ; I Ari(
/; .
?;.:; est'ing, particularly fO. in view of tho "Let's pnt him out. lie is shortening ,, .',,.' '. ....: .

"I fact that if untrue the collectable) damages our job. 'Twon't last till night at this ,: ;. .

1: would bo heavy The Fnubourg rate, laughed another: 1 '.:/ ty .,: ,'- .;. i :, '"y,: Florida Central & Peninsular RallreV'
; "! .,.
the mythical home of this "I am getting man's pay for the first .4t : >'J< .
,t 8t..Germain! .".,.:1:" ''" t1'. .1)" ', .. ... ... .
< mythical aristocracy, has not how time in my life and I mean to earn .; ;'J" ;.,"ir.",,"'''(';i' 't,. r y' "..

, .1(., ever, demeaned itself with anything so It," laid Jim. "I don'tsuppo'e the .. 1. ,.
uncivil as civil proceedings. But Let town cares nor that I shall get any .. : : .'. ; Time Table In Effect Mar. 12, 1899.

t Qauloifl its accredited organ, has 'replied more money: at night, but I shall feel a ( ,s'''' a .
i" that the allegation is unpatriotic, big sight better myself. ., ,) ,. '.,.. r .

'; and that for the delightful/ reason 'that "You've begun right Jim said the -. +',',.. I (' '>: = ; I g i- s:= 16 to:. I' ..

', it is calculated to throw a scare into surveyor, who was not very strict in behalf :.' iaj-;;ij:Jj ::05:;; A;; gAN :I;Q '=; to H g-a A NORTHERN I POINTSuona 'C-;; N:= :q-A; ro. :;N !::3-a A I!;Q 1d 'I is i;!.

!, the hearts of American girls: who, being of the town perhaps but had a '. -.!!. -.!!. "' '
:," '' increased business of his where he appreciated .. {;;.. : ;" .. 312a 2 08p Lv Tltusville FEC Ar. 254p 1212 44aI 2Mi)
s: heavy consumers, have largely own ', 205p 705 0 3Ap Lv. St. Augustine Ar 2 20p 1030a 9 OOp 10 3))la
the national wealth. The argument workmen with a conscience.- .' I i\p'... 345U' 430p.. ... 82a9Wa() 12 lUp II Lv..Jacksonville..Ar) loop 9 OOa818a .. .... 7 4lp( 955a 94t1)a '
: f ," ;!! b top ? .... ) .. .... 84"p Lv..Yulee..Ar ... ... ...... 6 Blip 8 Ota 91
'i* a. has appealed to :M.. Francisque Young People's Weekly. I ,- .\" ... :" /. ... SfiOp : .... t) aLa . 940p Ar...}'ernandlna...1.,. . 73Ha660a .. .... 6 IftpfilOp 730a630a 7i I
.L: Sarcoy. "Should it occur, ho says ; 610a 715p.... I0 : na11B1U 2 P8p lOl''p! Ar.... .Everett......Arl068aAr. ... ... 1
I 745a B45p .... ... 31111' .... .. Itrunswlck..Lv 9Jlla tl4.\a\ .. 4HII'( . '
:?;. "should the hour come when our sprigsof ... . .. . 1227: : |, 34"i pSfi'p Ii 59PArSavannah..Lv. 922a 54Sa..:., 307p ?
::. nobility are no longer bought by Notice of Master's Sale. .... ...... 60(1)123111' 12 O'ia'! Lv. .Savannah. .. .Ar 914a 5O8aii45a 21\1'.1\ ; ,, ..
;r .. .. .. ... .. o :2ap!: 21fi|' 5 3.pB14p(: 205a2Sfla Ar. Fairfax, S. C..Lv 73baGf8a 5 OOa308a 6 :MH 12 54.1 .
: xotic quails I for one would not weep ... .. ...... 10 45|> 3 011)1u )' ..Denmark, SO 3ICa'12ISar. '
l: for grief. M. Hitrcey adds : "The idle ...... .. .. .. .. 3r>p' t35p 655.1: .Augusta, Ga .. .. .. .. 52na . ,.
and by virtue of a decree of fore- .... .... .. .. .. .. 438p 1(111)1 441\a Columbia, S. G. 540a1247a...... lsasa .
descendant of n crusader is a sucking UNDER ft nil Kale InMilnp; out of the Circuit ... .. ..?.. .. .... .. .. .... "Sl'artallburlt.SO" ..? .. fiOdp, ...... ...... .. .
,v; pig. The female Yankee is a 'peacock. Vinri' in Hnd for ftttovard County, Florida, '. .,' .' .. .. ... .. .. ? .. .. .... .. .. 1 40p/' ARbevllle, N. C. '. .... 2 05p ...... ..j. . ",I''
wherein Mary }). B. Uuftrauw as executrix: of the <:. .. .... .. ... ...... 84'p113 91111" Charlotte, N.C. 34-1a020I'. .. .... 8 lisa . ,
.:;, What good can such a couple work estate of Aaron JJugrauw!: Is complainant .. .... .. .. .. .... 10JOp1242a1047a Salishury\ N. C. 2 38a 8251'! .. ..., 645a ,
.. There may have been unions between and Norman K. Joluibtone and his wife lather; ..... .. .... .. 11 27p Jr. a 12 U>p Greensboro.. N. C" 1 24a 39a() I,
: liiluiHtone et. al. are defendants I will gull\ at .. .. ... .. .. 12 :3C.U 3ITa liOp" 1)anvllleVa. 12 OOa 7201'.S. . ,
them that have not turned out badly, iiibilc auction. In front of the Court House .. .... .. .. .. 6CIIIl. U ffip Rlchmontl.Ya. .. .... OOp
yet in that case the parties have been 'nor at TltiiKvlllo Urevard County Florida, .. ... .. .... .... 24.114117a 3 25p! "LynchbnrgVa. l>2fip 365p21Sp .. 2 6f>p., .
: in Ing the Icttnl hours of.sale, on the .:. .. ... .. ... 4 Ma B4i94rm: :! Charlottesvllle; 84r! p .. ,12239. .
}c more lucky than wise. M. Sarcey concludes .. .... ?. . 7 Ma 5Ofip '' Washington .. 660p 11159! ? ..,. \Jlllp.:
ij1 : "I know of nothing less estimable FIRST MONDAY IN MAY, 1899 Cr . .. .... ? u IJa 11 o>a Il'JKp3Mip Baltimore h 437p Asp. .
.. . .. . 11 3511 25rw .. .
tho first of said to tho lAp Philadelphia 2-Op 21p!
'" than these bargains, which are less and being Hunt bidder day for cash, the month described highest .... .. .. .. . 21 kip .) Mp: 62sa: New York 12: (Kin 942a..7. Cdp . .
'tftr.; contracts of marriage than bills of sale. real estate situate In Jlrovurd following County, FlorIda i .. .. . .... 9 COp ;11 OOp ( "... .Host on. .. ." .. OOa ..

r M. Sarcey is quito right. We cannot \to-wit north: of the snuth-hnlf of the : . .... ... 8 OOp! Lv.Jarkonvilio.Ar ... . .. .. ..... 855--' 95
,( .of'' course, permit him to call our heiresses ooutlieast AIthe part of section 12, 23, 1J IL afc .. .. .. . .101211 Ar..'.. Hverett .... Lv .. .... .. ... . 6311\'' 74''
?i. them quarter 30 ilesorlbod follows township Beginning 3 I-I\l\f" .. .. . ,. ... 12111Atlanta.. .?. .. .. 111Il\OI'I\ I)
Besides admitting south oust, BH
names. range chains north of the southeast- 8 .... . .. ... 9seal ...C ha tt a >ojta.,. '. ...... .. .. .. 810 1, 64
Vf to be quails they can't be peacocks also. corner of seven said section 12, thence run west to the .. .... .. ..., ... 1'lIp'i ..Cincinnati ? .. . ... ... .. .. .... .. 8(1'<
;". That is impossible. Ornithology, is Unacquainted southwest nunrter of said section 12: thence --
with such fowl. But the north 13l'halllll. more or less to tho northwest Nos. 30, 34 and 3d make connection for Hrunswirk.arri Hrunswlck 7::45, 11.69 a in and l 8:1511: i
any corner of the southwest quarter of the southeast r pecthelv. For New" Orleans, train leaves Jacksonville 9:20: a. in., with through steppers' a
fir- point is elsewhere. There are not quarter of said section 12: thence oast 411 chains, rh inflow Orleans :411 a. iii. Only through; sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from Now 0
enough( of those girls here to round. IIITO or leas, to the northeast corner of the cans U.40 I'. In.
y go southeast quarter of tho southeast quarter of SLEEPING: CAR SERVICE.Nos. .
The horse show was crowded. estimable suid suction II thence smith 13 chains, or
more 31 a\l(132. New York and Florida Limited, running between St. Augustine. Jaekfomi!
young melt who dressed in vain loss, to tho place of beginning, containing CJ:! and New yo..k. A solid vestibule train consisting of composite dining and drawing room
acres more or loss being tho same land COli.v"YOlI
i.' for smile from one. To them, as to to John H. Bams by Catharine .J). Bams sleeping NOM. :il\compartment and 3rt ".\8t Mill drawing" Sleepers room between sleeping New and observation York anil .cars.Jacksonville and the ,iCinclnna
: :M. Sarcey, the heiress is a rara. avis. and) recordod In Itrevard County In IXwd Hook X ry Sleeper via Ashevllle. Also through sleeper between New York and Miami. '
oj "X."I.ajto 39, and conveyed, by John 11. Suns hq !Cos. 33an,1 34 carry through sleepers between Jacksonville and New York in connection wit
\ Should the which Le Gaulois CGr'

scare predicts and wife to Norman R. Johnstone by dyeddated 81\1\111:1: and 7 and 14 with I'nil man Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.
occur, and should the breed cease April 'JlKli, isi)2: or so much thereof as will No. 3(1 carries Cincinnati Fln..III1111,1 Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta 811
I .. to be for we ho nucessary to satiety said decree, Chattanooga and anninnati. Till l 18 brought to Jacksonville bv No." 37. These trains! also hand
t used export purposes may the St. Lon (via Lnnisiillc) and the Kansas City (via Memphis) through sleeperllJetwcl'U the
.l be quito sure that these youn men .QUO. M. ROn INS.n. cities an either Sarcey Master. !!. 20 and 30 handle through sleepers betw en Jacksonville and Cincinnati No. 30 opens J
. won't weep for grief, M. L. GA OLDEN, Special 9 p in at Jacksonville for I'nllman pasacngers. ;

1 is, therefore quite right when ho does Complts. Sol 'aprT28 mA1J. 'ilsa! will be cllo<'k1 from trlllnn Depot Tickets will still be sold at the city tick
not happen to begnltewrong. In'which. office 202 Hoean Street as wfollas at the Union depot ticket office.
, ': L. A. SIIl!' IAN, A. G. P. A. I'. C. WRIGHT. His. T'nss. Agt., 202 W Ray f'
rJ .of course he resembles everybody else, ; Ioj ii A. O. JIacDONELL, Gen I'oss. Agent.
and that happens to be M. Sarcey's admitted Notice of Sale. rSAFETY
1 y
charra.-Collier's Weekly -

and virtue of an agreement in r
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Ambition YOIIIIU Sluirem. UNDEll.I executed to tho undersigned by
W. It III. iltiasiin, I will\ sell at public. auction $L- southern
People who have reached the heights In front of tho Court UOUHO dour at 'fl U8'
vII 1\1 }Florida duilngtlie legal hours of sale, on
in profession are apt to bo called ,
any :
" f for advice and assistance tl e COMFORT TIME LOW RATES --4W
h upon frequently FIRST MONPW IN MAY, A. I). 189fl, PICK -Railway

I and perhaps grout singers more to the highest and boat: bidder for cash the following .
; than other people. It is astonishing described! personal proiierty of said W. Fluent CuUlno and Service, No Trnnitfor between Jacksonville and New York.
II. II. Uleuson to-wlt: Curtltloate >o. 61, for The Fleet in composed of the following handsome New Steel Steamers ;
how people believe that they can
, many so>en shares of the capital stock of the East "
: sing. But it was a young woman who Const Realty Company: of the par value of J100 "Comanche" (utw) "Algonquin," "Iroquois," "Cherokee, "Seminole.'i
I each .standing In tho uame: of s:vld leason upon ,
f' hud sung who called upon Mme Nordi-. tho books of said company! tho undersigned being NorthBound.Steamers Most Excellent Service Ever Offered'Out of Florida.
I ; .ca the other day for assistance The duly authorized by said: ittrrecuient; to execute .
sail to the tide
to according
, \ first thing to know was. of course, what in the name of of said the stock said\ w to it.tho H.purchaser' Oleason From JACKSONVILLE, 1"1.\., are( \l1pOloto,1. ), dnudays, Tuesdays and Tlmrgdays,
an assignment NORTH EAST WEST.
the singer had done '"Oh I thereof. from! CHtKLKSTOX S. U., Mondays, Wodmwdajs and Frlila>8
of sue "Clyde Lino" Schedule, or Jackson\ and Churlcstuu dally papers.
hour lulling .
have sung all the chief soprano roles in lII l1.J<:N W<*TTON, SouthBound.Steamers .

.grand opera."said the young woman, her'husband Jly Harry and Walton ult'y In fact. are appointed to sail from I'lor :2s, East Klver, Now York\at 31). m., M follows 7EHOUOH: PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS DINING CAK3
I,, in answer to a question. That was do- mai3l-apr'8 For ChIA1tLES'19)NS.C\ : ., !? !-.h: d I1 and Fridays: ,, I
lug? well, and f ft did not seem us if there ----. b'urJACISONViLLEFLA.oallingatCharleston: ), nionuuys.,. H eunusiiays aim Fridays. THOROUGHFARE! COACHES, VESTIBTTLED TRAINS.

Clydo New England and Southern Lines (Freight only.) .

would be no much difficulty in assisting Notice. (Calling at Charleston, :S. C., both ways) "NE\V YORK AND FLORIDA LIMITED."
that woman .
"Which of them do sing in! German ALL WHOM IT :MAYCOVOERN'. Notice( Jacksonville to mail as fulluwa I Solid') Pullman VetttbuleA Limited Dining, Libr ry, Compartment, DrawinrB I
fro IK horobv 1'11'1thllt It is my intention tu From foot of Hogan Street, From Lewis' Wharf, Boston, head Obnervatiou Cuts between bt. Augustine and uow Yoik.:
V" nakt'iVNortJlra.( apply to tho \lion. I). U Gulden County' I'RIDAY\ $. t'laIUY8. .
"Oh I don't bins anything in German Judge! (Ie'Uievurdcouutj.FlorUU, at TiluuUlUj. THE NEW LIHITED.Throiiph ." .

said tho would ho Metropolitan Oil thoTW&N'I'.OUU.rH 11.OF AVRIL, tAI I1T, :Now Torw .
Clyde's St. Johns liver VmtlbulcKl Draw ing-Room Sleeping Cars between Tampa and
Optra Ilru-'O pvuna donna. authority to sell at pilviitosalaall the one- > Jacksonville, Savannah and Columbia, without Cluuige.
"\Yollluitdo yon sing in ItallanY"coutiuul'.l half uiidlvltloa Interest of tho luUiit Harry K.Robbms ,
In and to those tracts of laud Mug! In ''J\ckllouv\1le.l'ala k Sanford. Knterprlse, Flu lL. anti Intermediate landings on the St.John'*River. "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL." ,
Nordica."I IIrl'vltInlIItV, Florida to wit : A strip of I -'fhe elegant Iron 8ldo\\beellStealllCrllWrY -
don't hiir at nil in Italian. land nine ((9) rods wide 1>'ln on the north side OP" ..JACIUiONYIl4LI;' "FJKUniC. IHiIJAKY," Pullman i Drawinn-Roora Buffet Sleeping Cars between :Miami and New York VII
of tho south lino of bIt 2, section :21, to\\' { Jacksonville bavaunah: and CQlum ia.
V'no Nordlrn. north
said : some W.LUMJ.Jr.
\\ ell 211. south range 31eallt : also along the CAIT, \V A. bllAW .
sldo of the south line of lot (1),one, sin-lion 30, Are appointed to sail as follows t Embracing Lynchburg Charlottesville
township :25, ooiitli 37 cast the same being Leave Jacksonville 3:50ptudtOlyexept5aturdas.:: > Unless sUuford 0:00: a m, Enterprise 9:30) : : ,
CURED with 'nltetableH..uooiNi. u snip of land 111\10 role wide along the south a m, daily\ except t.\III1'\II)'*. Service! strictly first class in every respect.SU4iT1t Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia.Pullman .
Have cured side ol the two lot abovu-nauted, extending
i.i.'DROPSY many: thonliiul: CaM!'. from Indian River on the west to Banana: Rl>eron IIOUND. SCHEDULE. \Ult'fll HUVN Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars to Macon Atlaut.1, Chattanooga, C\JIaiDnaU.
called hopclexit. In ten the east, and all riparian rights!; head down !lead" )_ Louisville, Birmingham, Kantian City and St. Louis\ .
TuHtlmonlnlM' TEN of DAYS mptoina t r\lltluH'ntl'rt'e.rxniovIK I FIUN1C 0. KINOMAN Leave 5.30 111. ...,.... .... ... ..... ... l'k8ouvllle.... ..... .... .... .. ...... Arrive 2-oo a: w.
I DR. B. U. GREED'S SONS Uox K, Atlanta (U mar2t*|>rU Guardian of Harry K. Robblns. "( 8,4. p.I' lt..Palatka.... .. ................ .... Leave 8.00 1'.111.co. Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to .
3.00 a. 1tI. ........... ... ........ .. A tor..l..i 2.30 I'. m.
.------.---- ..:10 a. la .. .... .. .. .... .... .......8t. Francs"..,........ .... ,," .. .... 1.00 P. In.I. Cincinnati, via Columbia and Ashevllle! Through tba
I ----- -- -------- ------------ a.lI\. .... .... .... ." ..... n tieresford. ....... .......".. ........ 1.1.00Il.IU.:
6.00 a. III.. ..,..... .... .... u.nltlue 8prhIi.! ,............. .... .. "n 11.00 a. w.1 "LAND OF THE "
MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. Arrive 11.36 a. m. .... .... .... .. ......... .Sanford ... .. .... .... ..... .... .. 9.00 a. w.'I I- SKY.
9.2 a. w. ... ...... ...e....... ...Ellterlrille.,...... ....t.,. ...... .... 9.30 a. m. Double Dally Limited Trains For Cincinnati via Everett.

Florida. New York, Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office; 204 V\T.. Bay St., Jacksonville.w. .

I Philadelphia and Boston.From For detailed information a. to rntM IiC'hllClult'8. sleeping car reservations, eto., apply toaRT
T. 1': A.. F, IRONMOVOKR.. JR., Fla. Pass. Aict.. agent of tbe bOU'l'UIUUI 1CAn wAr or its 01Ww.loJII.
i a.
llronsw Ick (direct), to New York II Howling Green,New York< :\>0\ West Hay St.. .Jacksonville Fla.JOHN. .

'rv 'ASSNCltn 8KKV1CK. o. r. LOVKLL, Aaat. Fin BIII't.. \ :: L. HOWAUD, Sl1aerlntendout.JacksonTlIIe. 3 West
FlaT1IKO. Foot Hoean St., Jacksonville, Fla. R. W. IIUNT, Florida Pass. Agt., Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
<. To make conneotloim\ with steamers, leave Jacksonville O. KM Kit T. M. 5 Howling Green, :New York.
via Fernandlna and "OOY. 8IlIforl" J. M. OULP, W, A. TURK Et H. HARDwtO!' i
on Thursoios at tI:.III a. m. will p. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, -
(Cumburland Kout,,). lUnnor e n route Or.Eve_ all rail youth.lew- York. U 80. Uelaware Ay*., Philadelphia. Tram.. }(auag"r. bent P"4- Agt. """t. Gen. Paa Ae(..
'. and Uowllnc Green, I
i 11I1l.'l\ckaoll\'lIIo' : (F. C. & ) ), i 5 W 15bftgtou D. a \> 14*1\U1.tc'u. D. a Atlanta. Ca .
ern H'y. Arrive iiruuswlck 8-:11): : in. l'atu j go rI'ItOi'OSED aboard steamer. i i

GOLD I is of no value when health \aIn [Send the ADVOCATE an order for anj

SAILINGS Lv. Brunswick. danger What's of more value Job printing you need.] I IOF
L'New York, Pier 21 E. it., 8 :OOI. III., (Standard Time.) rratt's up-to-dato tablets will break upa PRINTINC
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Friday, Mar. 3i .... ..............,..............?. ...........RIO0 4 !IB.. ....... .., ... .... ... ?Ft'day'Apr.I1Friday cold In one day, fcnd for constipation the INDIAN Rives ,
. Remember that
Apr. T RIO .... ... .... .. ........ Friday fl and all malarial troubles
GRANUE and biliousness ,
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Friday, H. . . ? ....... .....Friday 2* ADVOCATE does all kinds of Job printingat
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Friday, 21.. .... ... .... .... .. .. .. .COLOUADO" "( to It has no equal. By mail prepaid for 2)0.l'ratt ; abort notice. Send them an order ALL- KINDSS ;

l For general information, steamers, tralu.bAd1L OILLhl1).!An any;/O W.railroad a1Iu.Ja4kaony\Ue.: agent or \ Medicine Co., Station D, Chicago, and be convinced that it Is the place to I Executed at theADVOCATE

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ATLANTA, GA. HOTEL MAGNOLIA tat k..... by .11.'ateerhsa. 8.r.. ",'" flpUndlil-New AI1-tbe-l""ar r""ouCh"

tales Douglait Quarrier la the one
E t Sflnl_ ,
girl in all America w bo decisively ob-

ST. AUGUSTINE. jected to going through tba process) now The new trains, No. 3J and 34, known
"New York and .'lorldl\<: ""
h x + tib popularly known as "Hohsonizatlon. AjMlie lIllrellll,
t I, $ll tOOO expended on Improvements and new furnishings this season She would not be kissed.! Miss Qnarrlrrttanda recently(: Inaugurated by the :Southern! "

;; i1 t "T lljdraullc Elevator, Hot and Cold Water llaths on each floor; at the opposite extreme from Railway System, gh Ing the best through
I also Private Itnths added to several suites and Heating Arrange-
'IR( hiss Arnold of I St.:! Louis who won service to the Northern' cities that Florida '
tj'ir'I incuts few of the added this this
season making
I are a improvements ,
EMI'ar and high fame the first
quick being
popular house one of the most comfortable and welt equipped hotels in the by has ,ever has: according to an announcement v
tcM1'j South. Write for booklet. Will remain open until :May let pretty girl to be "amacked", by the itcvntly nude, are to be
hero of Santiago bay. Now not to have
PALMER & MacDOWHLL. III'tmttcIllh., year 1'lUlul. i
been kissed Is exceptional. The gallant
lieutenant struck a snag when be clime I In addition In II,., through Pullman

THE FLORIDA'ST.. AUGUSTINE, FLA. to Loniivilln. Tho incident which has Palnco Curs, the "New York and FlorIda

Capacity .> Rates reduced dram $1 t to $:'J >\nd given Miss Qnnrricr"such sadden promInence Kxpiesn": cniiluM 1I.llt.cbl'lIIch'lI,

rCa t '$ M1 i T'trr rr $.) per clay A ]large, well appointed, admirably located hotel, giving the com occurred at MacCnuloy'a theater leading Jacksonville at S0: R. m. for
V* -* jtN lrrty" e,... forts and service without the cost of the more expensive ones Isolator. during HobHon'a Louisville visit. The Washington, tnaKltig connitii nt .

Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Ilntlis, etc Correspondence or persona young lady la the daughter of a high (I Jreeimb >ro via! Unit Igh, nirlvlng i\f No,'- ,
Investigation may save you much. Open until may.
If flllk! at ;:-1\: 1m.., and nt I>nnl'\II",8r-\
s j i y<; DK. T. A. WORRALL, Manager.: J. T. SKILES, Prop'r.
fi llvlng at lilchmond: 11I:,10 a. m., and arriving ,
--- -
YI1 at Washlnirtt-n nt 7.liI! > 1111.., ; .'j

L* Z&v3iK < AlgollqlliuHotel.t.King matting connection Kith\ tho "Colonial /J.

KxpicBs" for Ilnslnii nUll nil New Kng-

Street, AUGUSTINE, FlA. land paints Thl tinln nnheo\ llnlti- .jj I

Refitted newly furnished, and under moro" at l 1112); a. m. ; ]Plillmlclili| | 11 :;::1."> ,

WJ n new management/ Centrally located a. m., and Now \111 kilt '.': 3 p. m. (

I!i near all poluls of interest. Imen.stOvter The United Mnien I Fast Mnll trains, : ,

room for use of traveling: !1\ and ::111, remain unchanged, leaving at :i I
looking Plaza nnd Monuments. A full
TEL ARAGON ATLANTA, GA. 4 view of the ocean and rolling breakers MJOOjt.: nl. for tluiXntlif t I f PTv'.1 '=4'

The Palace Hotel of the South. from the piazzas Bathe, gas: electric Nor further" information as to Pales, \( I

American and European plans. We cordially invite the patronage of the best bells and perfect system of sewerage. sTeeplng'cnr i'root vat Ions, apply tunny ,j-

inerclftl, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located, only throe blocks Rates: $2.00 to $2.50 per day. Special rates by the week ::: agent connecting lines, or toRolieitW.'

m Union depot, at modern highest point in city and away from all noise, dirt and smoke Open all year. C. F. COX, Proprietor.lIE. limit, }o'IcJ'illl1'lIll1cnjltll'; Agont,212 West ;
Every Improvement to science.
))111 trains Cuisine unexcelled I
my hotel in the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Rates, American plan, flay Jncksonvlllp, Fin. Inpr-lltjul '1j !

;Alto fI.W per day; European plan, $1.00 to $3,00 per dav. ... -- --.. .. ,- ,-.- '\ '

Near the City Gates. St. George Street THE' HILL." ) <41;

Holland ATLANTA, OA. Hoc Sulphur Baths free to guests. Electric Bells. Rates, $2.00 per day. '";

he Special rates by the week or season, We have Jllllt iccclvcd from the pubiTSieia -
27-29 Auburn Avenue. USI DOVOI.ABS! QUA IUU 1m. ;;
LOCKWOOD & TEA1IEN, Proprietors. pne of :Jlho' gientest home songs r,
official of the Louisville and Nashville ever wilften, sultnblu for (the piAno our ,t." '
from Union railroad and ia popular in tho most :
Two Blocks depot. All Modern Conveniences. very organ. Woulsand music by J. W. Lcr- ,
exclusive\ society, not only of this city,
MRS. F. A. VOORHEES, Proprietress, PLAZA HOTEL'ST.. AUGUSTINE, FLA. but of New York and New Orleans ai innu. It bids fair to have a run of ,

$1.50, well. The hero, with a party of ladies million copies The, HUMID Is now being : :

Rates, $1.00 to per day. Phone ICL'9. This hotel is now ,open for ROOMS ONLY. It is centrally. located, near and gentlemen, occupied a box at the sung In Now YniU. Idmton and Phllailmphia "

Postoflice. Bank and Cathedral. theater prior to a banquet to be given Iheiitrus' .wlili ImmunMo HIICCCRS, ,;1'
Rooms, SOcts to $1.00 per day; $l.liO to $6.00 per week.V. Louisville hotel.
in his honor at tbo ",,,11M lecelved with pteat npplniiMo. Wo sprint +
LITIIIA SPRINGS, GA.S D. SANCHEZ, Manager Ills was greeted with a
appearance tho first verse and] chorus: '.,
.. -.. storm of applause, and, of course, hi.preMOII'O .
,Jo'JltK'r'I'.IIJo! :. y 1
TITUSVILLE. extinguished the play. After n

ts e S wee t wa ter Park, Hotel t I MOST LITIIIA SPRINGS, GA. I short address made between tho acts, Tlirra'a a I'h farm",\h.xiil'ii Louse, I'lii l I i'y n'mcinlwr lioino, 'twas PIT ,;-.:;;!

BEAUTIFUL HESORT HOTEL I Hobson returned to the box, in which And I'll hoer forget' Its locnns whllo life 'I:,
AND GROUNDS IX THE STATE INDIAN- RIVER HOTEL others seated Miss Qnarrier, 'ahilUlullt.l '.">t...>.,.(. '.it "
Situated miles west of Atlanta among was Oil I I of ton wl-h I hat t roulil crom ltd tliron- ; ", .
twenty on main line of Southern Railway. A Some one suggested to Hobson to kin hold M of yortt nAnd
commodious, modern, high-grade hotel; steam heat; electric lights. Cuisine her but when ho offered to do BO that live OUCH more the Ufa that now in punt,. '-1 4'i||'
unexcelled The wonderful Bowden Lithiu Spring and its health- TITUSVILLE, Wlili fattier t huh !Mnil! noiitlo, untl. tUmrmi n e't 'f"motll'r.
lady] frigidly drew away from .trill,
producing bath. Magnificent, ; bath house in connection with hotel and young
Who IIIWII IIlullIlI'lr duly to fulfil.i .
him and left the box.,. Tbo nndienco saw )n
oDder the same roof. Turkish, massage, vapor, electric and needle baths. would Unit t wore JOUHK& Hgftlu sod had thll' ,"
\Write for Illustrated B09klet. JAMES E. HICKEY, Proprietor, INDIAN RIVER, the whole scene and was intensely with tun I now .'.
In that dour out farm boUAe the bill. :
Lithia Springs, Ga. FLORIDA. amnsfld. The lieutenant himself ]laughed rooin.v on

Dry atmosphere, beautiful drives, every facility for outdoor sport. 'r :_- -A.r: t aa heartily as anybody Miss ulfrier'a .CHORUS.To '.'', I '
Y cut direct did not seam to disturb him mo It win n imtncfl of (Rrs Moos un.arpn.ed ;j
J.<;G. BAST, in the bust, but, then, it inuit be remembered I loved It \\'honlll'hlhl, I love It Hill, ,
And no greater Joy I covet thAn to vlilt once _
J JACKSONVILLE. Manager that Lieutenant Hobson ia attain 4,
Ia used to trying situations.Louisville And live within Hint fsnn-hoa.e on the hill. ;t1:

Oor. Chicago Times-Hera Id. Pi leu, l CO)( C'lIlsIIOI' copy All readers':
"Open all the Year.
1 II ST. JAMES JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Wanted flood O\vl. nf our paper will receive n copy of I It by .

Season 1898-1809.! Open Dec. 18, 1898. sending 20 cents In silver or postage ;.
It's only a short time alto-two t the Union Mutual Muslo and ";]
The St. JaJhes? needs no Introduction to visitors of Floiida. From a small Ii 419 I, / ** Only a few minutes walk mouths perhaps or loss-that a fashionable stump ;3
ptming in 1869, the bt. James has Increased in size and added to its appoint- from Railway Stations and milliner from Philadelphia exbibI Novelty Co., No. 20 East llth Street, I }

enta with increasing popularity of the tourists' travel to Florida. a Steamboat Landings.On ted I her wares at one of the large/hotels Now Yuk. ''j
The location is unsurpassed, being on the highest ground in Jacksonville, H I the banks of the farWEST here. She was n woman of fashion for -.i V'
lCinlr the St. James Park. famed Indian River.
her 'aiuosemeut before aba becamea #
Baggage checked to all points. own When you ask for Dr. M. A. Simmons '. ,;
Ita music, as in the past seasons, will be furnished by Prof. Ed Prouty's Or- woman of fashion for the benefit of Liver Medicine, see that you get it and .of)'
IMttra, and will be of the high grade. This house, as in the past, is under thepaagement her pocketbook. She made' her debut not some worthless Imitation. rq
of J. R. Campbell, and everything will be done for the comfort and here in Washington years ago and ,3I
f insure of its guests. Address by mall or telegraph, "turned out, as they lay In the south, ,
into the bust society the capital I A (.toollmnny people who try to round \J
J. R. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla. very
The Palms I afforded. Bbe is distinctly the grande out their peilods carefully only. succeed '.

A first-clans hotel,, situated on beautiful Lnk dame yet, and everybody went to lookat In taking In circle.. tDr .

Woith, opposite Royal Poinclana. Electric lights. her bonnets., One woman, n middle A __ -'.._ .. ,.I,,:'I

Hotel Plaeide JACKSONVILLE, FLA. electric bells, baths, etc. $2, 2.50 and $3 per day. Special rates by week ; aged person! with vastly more money M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine .,f
\ The Palms; West Palm Beach, FU. than breeding or brains, examined every '
clears to
New Management. the complexion, gives buoyancy .J
bat In the with nn extremely supercilious
room the mind, cures headache! regulates ,1
air. She wanted a bonnet, '
;r l\1IAIUI. stomach, bowel and liver.
Centrally Located.. Most comfortable hotel in the city. All conveniences. Lot she proposed to dhow the milliner
Unexceptionable cuisine. 'Bus meets all trains. Ample Sample Room accom- I her place in the buying of it. For half '

modations for Commercial men. Rates, $2.50 per day. an hour or more she tried ou and discussed AUGUST FLOWER. 1

Conducted under the able and efficient management of HOTEL MIAMI ,MIAMI, Biscayne' Bay, FLA. 'and eyed a bat trimmed with l

owls. The milliner's patience was nearly "It 'Is a surprising fact," says Prof
P. TISCIILER, Proprietor and Owner. ( at an cud when the customer asked, Houton, "that in my travels In all partsof .1
- Pleasure /grounds, extending five,hundred feet to river; boating and fishing/ ; with an air: tho world, for the ]last ten years, I '."

eight hundred feet veranda. "Now, Mrs. R., are them good owls?" have met more people having used ;,1 .
A. R. THOMPSON, Prop.r. Green's August Flower than any other )
.. The milliner drew herself up. remedy, for dyspepsia, deranged liver :
.---------- ---'-- -- ------ ------ ------------ said she "I know nothing
The T ra veers I Hotel.NewSYDNEY t I "Madam, and stomach, and for constipation. I find '

Management. Native Philippine Girl.. steps without assistance f Who dlcplayi whatever of tho morals or habits of for tourists and salesmen, or for per I

The Philippine maiden ia usually very no evidence of wealth whatever, and owls. I cuu't toll you whether they are sons filling ofllco positionsliero headaches ':'f v
with the modest manner in which the good or not."-Woman About Town in Dud general bud feelings from Irregular :
pretty a graceful, aupple figure. very
exist that Green's]
Her eyes are large nnd shaded by long, Jives is corroborative evidence of the Washington Poet habits August k; '
It does not '
dark lashes and her hair is black in col generally well known fact that the Manchester flower Is grand remedy.
Mew Cue: r'ur'rnrker Clntri. injure the system by frequent use, and ,
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. or, long and glossy, and it is her chief !) are as poor as church mice If There last to adopt Is excellent for sour stomachs and hullostlon. I I
She gives it a great deal of care Kim, as the young duke l ia culled at waa. nn effort year .
DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA prido. claw fetich of ; Sample:! bottles free at F. 8.ChalTeo's .! ",
PER the good
THE BEST $2.00 turkey' aa a I
and attention frequently anointing it home, doesn't exchange his title for a / drug store, TIlusvlllo, Fla., orJ :
:** Take car at the and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers which fortune his American mother luck, but it did not succeed. Some en- Cocoa Flit
Union :Oepot with oil of the cocoanut, prob- ; very soon, I'. Cooper's drug store, ,
-- ably gives it the peculiar gloss The and grandmother will not enjoy many terpriiiug genius in search of novelties Sold by dealers' all civilized countries I ,

young gill usually wears her hair hanging ; of the luxuries of life. Ills recent determination bus now brought out the gobbler claw -- .-----.-.- ,
cr loosely down her back, but the older to adopt the stage as a protesslofmay in a new fashion. "
TEL! JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Opposite A real] turkey's claw is treated to a 8TiT"We would esteem the favor If our ':
aV OXFORD build it in a fanciful knot, retrieve his fallen fortunes, '
St. James Hotel. women up varnliblike finish, ia silver tipped and readers, when writing or calling upon ,
often adorned with flowers. and again may not. merchandise '
fastened it our advertisers to purchase :,
baa small thermometer to
Convenient to all parts of the city commodious rooms, comfortable and Next to her hair the Philippine girl But there i is a large and delightful and a in thus transformed into a mantel etc., would mention the ADVOCATE.

homelike, and special efforts made io give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant prides herself on L,!T feet. She is not possibility that the American matinee\ ornament. .
stay Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when in Jack- like the poor ChinTue women, forced to girl of rich papa may become enamored "
the farmer's wife
This ii hint to
80n vllle. have them of diminutive proportions, with bit Romeo or his "melancholy] a .
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Prop.Ilie but she is jnst as careful of them. She Dane" and induce papa to forget his that the hold In reserve her turkey logs, FREECONSULTATION
with bit of ribbon tied with I
- wears no stockings, but menses tho feet ducal galDe l' tad, sad pait. We ball tip them a
a big bow at the aide and fasten on one
in elaborately embroidered slippers see,-St. Louis Republic
of the little thermometers which the

A n dHouse JACKSONVILLE, FLA. without Very few heels.of' the tromen in these islands Tactful Mr.. Cleveland can get at any stationer's. She mighttie wlth'our home treatment We arepliynlcians -

No. 818 Newnan St. are well educated. Some, how Francis Wilson, the comedian while on little calendars, banner fashion, and you get the benefitof

American Rooms without board, We.per ever, have been taught in the convents, playing in Washington, received a note and there she baa dinner souvenlra or our experience. No matter what
day Special and European Rates, $1.00 per day.Street cars passing house connect but their number is very smalL The from the White House, saying that prizes for a progressive euchre party. your trouble Is, how simple or how ti 's
rates to permanent guests. The with slender also
with trains and boats. Ask conductor to stop at No. 318 Newnan St. Philippine girl (la very fond of mule Mrs. Cleveland would be very glad to girl purse may hopeless, we can do 'you good, and
take hint from this for her cotillou or
Mns. D. A. ANDREU, owner and Proprietor. and is generally! able to play both on have him lunch with her and Mr. Cleve whist a euchre Ibis winter. If we can't we will honestly tell you 1 1so
land the following Wednesday. It 00 or party
the harp and the guitar. The guitar ia
Thousands of tired sick
New York Herald. weary,
that Mr. WiUon had been invited
n. very popular and might be called the
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. national instrument. For the purpose aa the guest of honor at'.. midday to and hOl'elespeople have been entirely
uOtel ah. W. PrUoB.Paola .
Geneva in the meal for the same date to meet the and permanently cured by
Streets of assisting playing girl
Cor. Forsyth and Loin trow, daughter of the well
allow the thumb nail of the right hand speaker of the house, John Hay Joseph
Dieted I In 1895. Modern Improvements, baths, etc., on every floor Gas to grow very long. Jefferson and other equally agreeable. known anthropologist and criminologist, COMPOUND
elegantly furnished.' Professor Lombroao of Turin, baa been
gj electric lights/ : passenger elevator. Artistically and These girls are athletically inclined. lie hesitated to cause inconvenience to
fl" lall 8 criminal of tbat'cftr
r sentenced by the court OXYGENWhy
Cognizing the fact that kreasonablewprices the week, They ride and swim with Brut dexter so many men and yet he desired above
making to 23 daya imprisonment and a
cOlDmodations this is very his ol
bouse all to show appreciation
month rates ity. They are also very fond of danoing. things fine of lire the charge of inciting not take heart again and Investigate
or Weekly 99 on
season Rates $2.00. ty'prop. '
per day, J.nct.Pt I: : .-New Orleans Times-Democrst the courtesy extended by the president'Iwife.
clau hatred and eulogizing violation of this great principle] ; We have,
he MrsCleveland
In despair! wrote to
.. Title I. bat Mo FortM*. explaining candidly the situ aw. She hold socialistic views, like thousands of testimonials. Send for

The mother of the Duchess of Manchester ation. Promptly came her response, M her father and other professors of the book on home treatment, wonderful
of Turin. the Jtal- k
"- ORMOND.U1L fa Hiring very quietly la New' like an adaptable graceful woman. II University Daring cures to the sick, etc., tree. ,
-- lau bread riots in Mar she published an
York where she arrived bat recently read aa folowasDIAB
article in the Orido del Popolo of Turin

FLA. from Europe. She is accompanied only ilL WIUKM-Curlotuly enough, I find DRS. STARKEY & PALEH
OR:ifoN2- In which abe described the misery t
GOQOINA by her maid and swma to be in very that I. too, have aD ngugtmeDt for W.dB**> ,
health and the daVoa't jon eomi, tber.fore, Un 4aJ' Mr the herielf bad teen among the poorerclauus
spirit altboutb iaso
good Iowa a.o4lGadt with uT Olrard St. 11 "la. Pa. _' '
for this ahe to 112 ,
and Wheeling. and moat go
Surf Bathing, it in her .
for the Winter Season. Fine I lame that impossible. for to Ladiea' Home Journal ,
MRS. M. 'VANCE, Proprietor. ; ascend area the apt ordinary g jlfht of 0& 17 feb aUUu tU



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S IND'fAV fclVEft 'AIjyoCATE'/Arnzt'+14, 1899. '
Senator will file slowly Into Represent pany, and provide when and how it may I sw.. OAeeJ.r
tatlvc. Hall and take their seats in that do business in this state; also a bill to ROBBINS & GRAHAM
i j historic "gang-way" that, has seen "so incorporate the Florida Surety Company! ;
I many hard-fought battles; after which also a bill relating to County Courts of GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All Kin
they will, at the same hour, and In the the state nnd providing, for holding I ,
.Ijct .. Glass and Tinware. Your
.. or s
wy Crockery, patronage
name manner, dally proceed to hallo terms of such courts when the judges/ Solicited

''I for,a Senator until a choice is made. thereof are sick or otherwise disqualified -- TITUSVILL.E, FLORIDA
Many shrewd observers, who came to< ; also a bill to regulate the catchingor ,
,I j Tallahassee looking for .a short and taking of fish In Drevard county; also WILL PRACTICE

sharp: contest, have somewhat modified a bill to Incorporate tho Tltusvllle Ca STATES COURTS. E. :tS A ck : :
--- their views since climbing the red hills naveral & Peninsula Railroad Company. seO

of Leon. All signs now point to a long) My Senator Oalllard To extend the Grain Seed F
S" Groceries Hay Garden rU.Uzers" Staple & I f
BEHJ. W. JEROME.,... and bitter light; There ate those hen time by four years for the completionof Fancy Groceries. F
who dcslro nothing better-whose knlve the Florida Coast Line Canal and ABSTRACTS of Title Famished And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Gro

State Iteproftontallvo PENNSYLVANIA are out, and whose hands are again Transportation Company, and to pre Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusive( !
liON WORKS CO., for all men. In the event of the deadlock serve and continue the grant of land to for Lands in Brerad and Dade the above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patron
and aid In its construction.The truly E. L BRADY & PRO.
the Sale of (LOBE OAS ENGINES these disgruntled disgusted p'oli* _Very Titusville, P1
Mariuo and suiloiiaiy. tlclans desire to precipitate Kx-Scnato house concurrent resolution rela Counties
Call may play nn Important part in tin tive to the appointment of a committeeto -
Selling Agent, COLMAN ACJETYLKNI fight; and RO generally is this recognize: Investigate the }land grants of the
OAS MACIIINES.Ilrt'8t.: Cheap| that there considerable speculation as Florida Coast Llnfl Canal and Trans. We have a large List Lesley <& Motlow '
cst and Best light for pilvatv dwell. to the number of votes at his command portation Company, was laid on the ,
lugs iiud stores 1'jiblic opinion puts liis vote at 12; but table, subject to call. of Lands owned by RENAKER
this is an exaggeration. One of Call'i (Successors to LOSLET, A CO.)

address For prices, catalogue and estimates, your warmest correspondent friends recently that he remarked has hearer to CHANGE IN PASSENGER ourselves and clients. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and Whls

BI3NJ. '. JEROME, eight than 12, and there are not sh
TRAIN SCHEDULES. Bottled Beers and Stout
Itocklcdgc, 1'l.x. men who will follow him Into .the last Price for unimproved ,
ditch. A First-class Line of Cigars. *** 'Billiard 'and Pool
But whatever Call's strength may bo, Commencing Tuesday morning:; April lands $3 to $100 Tabl
The Anlieuser-Basch Brewing Asso'ion., It l is well worth having, and both sides 11, schedules of passenger: trains were Family and hotel trade l Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to

are anxious to win him over. Senator; changed, at which time trains 23, 74, 09, per acre. orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY &_MOTLOW, Tltusvllle,
Famous fit.Louis Keg And fouled Jlcer. Pasco.. together with one of his lieutenants IB, :11I:!<(, 38 and 37 were discontinued.
field a long conference with Call'i Trains 3d and 33.-These trains will -
;: Sold by MOBS \jan\ey\ & Motlow, Titusville, Fla. first friend In the St. James parlor late< be operated as extras between St. Augustine WE have a few Residence, Orange

1 By By Mr.Mr.J.W.I)J..Crablt Tucker: Coooa, fort Fla.k Pierce. Fla. the other night, and it was long after and Jacksonville on present Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable -
12: when the man from Montlcellofrudg' schedule time.Commencing.

: ..JOSEPH ZAPF... ed slowly and pensively up the well- last Tuesday trains 32: locations. Prices Reasonable. 8
worn stairs of Tallahassee's oldest hotel. and 39 were inaugurated.Train A SMALL CONTRACTOr
Pasco's Italian-looking visage wean 32 leves'Tltlllvl11e; 5:30 a. m., TITUSVILLE
Wholesale, Beer and Liquors, a worn and jaded air, and his follower! New Smyrna 6:30 a. m., Daytona 7:01: a. OFFICES .. 1 I and MIAMI. I a large one for Nails, Builders' Hi,

look "hacked." The Tallaferro crowd, m., Ormond 7:13 a. m., East Palatka 'I ware or Tools, we will\ fill to the bull,]
' West Bay Street, on the other hand, seem in the brlghesi 8:43: a. m., St. Augustine 0:45): ; a. m.. ;'arrive is U entire satisfaction, and at prices that d i
and up Jacksonville 10:55:: j a. m. BOARDING HOUSE
spirits, are putting a gallant MRS. DEISNER'S '
JACKSONVILLE FLA. competition for the
same high
ii fight for their chief. Train 30 leaves Jacksonville 3:20 p.m., 0 ; /grade, Up
There are three prominent senatorial' St. Augustine.435: p. m., East Palatka TITUSVILLE, FLA. i N / \ I date quality. We have the most compl

possibilities, whoa names are often 5:30: p. m., Ormond 7:00 p. m., Daytona i stock of House Hardware and shelf go
Southern HomeMocking heard just now. They are: Congressman 7:12 p. m., New Smyrna 7:1;) p'. m.; arrive F -, in Tltusville\ as well as superior

S. M. Sparkman; Judge Raney, and TittiBville 8:45 p. m. Board and Room, One Dollar Per Day, N' and mechanics tools of all kinds. carpen
Bird Food J.hn A. Henderson, of this city. All Train 78 will leave Miami 0:30: a. m., .
C, are able men, Judge Raney In particular and arrive Jacksonville 7:15: p. m. j
being: a man of brilliant parts. Colonel Train 35 will leave Jacksonville 0:20 When in need of White and Rye Bread, .
25cts per' Ib.5Ibs.. Henderson is regarded as the shrewdest a. m., and arrive Miami 10:30: p. m. Pies, Cakes, etc., go to Mrs. Delsner's ;W)
r' politician in the State, and Mr. Spark:! J. P. BECKWITII, J. D. RAIIMER, City Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses,
r+ for $1.00 l man's record In Congress-his success Trafilo Manager. A. G. P. A. hotels and families.. supplied. '
In squeezing: appropriations out of the
I. Fresh Every ,Day.Manufactured JUvers and Harbors Committees-shows

by clearly enough what manner of man THEY ALL LIKE THE "ADVO East Coast Meat MarketG. U.s-vJ.1.1.e, F1.a.
he l is. The West Florida politicians ,
HENRY R. THOMAS those who follow In the lead with W... CATE.".

D. Chipley-are believed to be for ,- F. DUREN, Agent. ..
La Villa. Pharmacy, Sparkman, and there is some reason to Some of the best men In the United ESTABLISHED. 1875.
Cor.Adams and Madison Sts., believe that Colonel Henderson may States are subscribers to the ADVOCATE, C -

y JACKSONVILLE, FLA. unite with them if he cannot himself and they seem to appreciate it. ,Amongthe s-:>> 0o _. \J\Tra.: :: ai.i. :SO-C-eS & cc
carry off the prize. He Is one of the letters received at this office yesterday -
state's political powers, and his method are the following, the first being wa :
will Illustrate the old adage that "still from the head of one of the largest'condensed ..... :) GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZE
D Ri E. H. ARMSTRONG waters run deep," as his, mark l is never milk establishments. the United = ,
seen, but only felt. States: 6 East Bay JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We i
Early as It is in the session, the Legislature : -
-tT TTlT.A.TVT-. "Hotel Ormond, Fla.-Dear Sir:-I am
hopper is l already full of bills. much with the ADVOCATE. handle only the best and roost reliable Seeds; A complete stock of H
One man recently introduced 10 in one Your very issue of the 7th l Is duly to hand. In =:: Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright a
morning: and the grand total was then future send your pink to -=- dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
please paper
i 110> In the House and 60 fn the Senate. GTitusville
Star Brand Jl'erttlzen-Guaranteer! Analysis Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer Pure Oro
me at Tonti Ill., my address for the remainder -
How many of these measures are likelyto tile = Rone, Nitrate Soda .Muriate of Potash Sulphate Potash, Kalnlt} eta. These fertilizers/ bave
cry tallzo In legislation? About one of year." -Respectfully' yours, superior la the market,and a trial will{convince. Send for Catalogue free.
II. Lee Borden. Florida.
c- In ten; and that, as a rule, l Is one too
t m" y.One. '"Plaza hotel, Fifth Ave., New York.I .-
of the most Important measures have been reading your pink paper THE MOST COMPLETE: "!
thus far brought up l Is, one authorizing with much inteiest. It l is a very newsy The "Ideal Hat Fastener
and clean sheet and is a credit to the &:s Q .
EYE :SPECIALIST. County Commissioners to issue bonds Electrical Supply House states:: .
for[ road building. Senator Palmer, of whole East Coast. Your article, in a

Tampa, introduced the Senate bill coveting recent issue, stating the amount of taxes 4 Bicyclists will find it a Boi
this subject, while the House end paid by Mr. II.,M. Flagler, was to the ..m JOHNSON LAW CO,
Permanently located In the City of was left in the able hands of Dr. J. C. point, and fully struck the key note. I for hats
useful and salable invention out. No hat pins required
said in that The most
fully concur in what you
of Duval. As rule however
Jacksonville the round L'Engle, a ELECTRICIANS
year carryingthe :
the measures aired In these legislative. article with reference to, Mr. Flagler, bonnets.
largest: and most Complete Optical halls are not of the first impoitance. and you deserve praise for it. I ao not Jacksonville >- Florida. Great inducements to agents. Quick sales and large profits. Send for par
Stock South. A scientific 'and careful The average member feels it Incumbent I know Mr. Flagler personally, but I am ulars and circulrrs. Address, "I. II. F," No. 700 South Pryor St., Ga.
with heart and soul when call JJ3T" Prompt attention lven. Atlanta,
test made before fitting glasses. upon himself to Introduce as many bills I you
la9 possible and his l is the widest him a benefactor to the East Coast.
Office and Salesroom N. E. corner of range e
immaglnable, running from game laws Your paper deserves every support, and
Bay & Laura Sts., at Clark's Drug store. have best wishes for continued
lease fiom my '
to; the convict system- cigarette you .
f 1 I papers to acts for the preservation prosperity." -Yours truly, J. E. Ander W Chance of f Life Time !I

-; For Sale. of our, the pine other forests.day, bobbed One eccentric up serenely member son. > a l

{ with a bill prohibiting the sale of liquor '. i ij
I At Daytona, Fla., five and ten acre within' four miles of a church or schoolhouse ELGIN BUTTER COMPANY.,

i > lots choice vegetable and orange lands. which astounding proposition \ ----: j jyAM'q .A magnificent property will be sold at a,
Cheap for cash, or will make liberal Inspired Nat Walker, Wakulla, to Bug- On our 5th page will be found an ad. i .I.I4) It
terms. Address, rest It be referred to the committee on of the above company, which is under
COURTLAND BtTCKMAN, Isherles, on the ground ,that fish must the management of Mr. Howard E. -

22 Hogan st., Jacksonville, Fla. like water. Uaiklsheimer, who l is steadily increasingthe .
l Nevertheless, I believe that once the business, proving his ability and his __ I GENUINE BARGAIN: \
senatorial question is out of the way right to a place among the blight young _
"8 un Perkins is Dyeing." this. Legislature will render the State business men in the State of Florida.
Rood service, and that the session of 'UO The Elgin butter Is sold under the well-

Gentlemen's clothing Cleaned, pressed will give us an adequate road law, "amodlloatlon known brand of "4 Crown" The quality About eight acres of Grove In as fine condition as any on Indian River, c

and repaired. Dyeing in all its branches. } of our convict lease system, is strictly A 1, this being particularly fining a comfortable six, room Cottage, large Cistern, and the finest Pack
i Old clothing made to look equal to new. and some measure for the relief of the sought after in the making of the pro- Edison LaLande cell, type "V," for
All orders by mall or express promptly Supreme Court. duct. Shipments are received once a marine gas engine IgniUon. louse in Brevard County.Situated' .
attended to. Prices low. Work good. Harp's resolution to Investigate the week by the Elgin Butter Company In about mid-way between Rockledge and Cocoa; Convenient to '

Satisfaction guaranteed.SAM affairs of the East Coast Canal Co. has refrigerator cars direct from the creamery r Churches, Stores, etc., of both.

PERKINS, Cleaner and Dyer, just been adopted. Attempt was madeto at Union, ,III. Immediately on Its NEAR & TAYLOR, For further particulars, apply to'
Titusville, Fla. confine the inquiry to the time that arrival in Jacksonville, the butter is
10 years In Sanford, Fla. has elapsed. since last Investigation; placed in cold storage, ready for ship- .WALTER GOODYEAR,
Artesian WellCONTRACTORS !
failed. ment throughout tho state, where It is -' Dept. A., 3 to 7 W. 20th St.,
Some members of the Legislature are sold to dealers who are anxious and New York, N.

t Reading notice ads on this In favor of abolishing the Railroad Com- want to please their many customers air t'
page mission on the double ground: of economy with a grade of fine butter which is sure ,
line week. 1'
live cents
Are per per and
the commission's inability to I to please the most critical taste. Do not )
When in
Accomplish the suds for which it was i fall to remember the Elgin Butter Co., Eau Gallie, Fla. JACKSONVILLE The

creattwo, years ago.; The Railroad of.Jacksonville, Fla. Visit the \J.
FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. Commission costs the state about $1ft,000er / ) ) I .

> annum, and Is an expensive experi-
The finest SALOON In the South.
TALLAHASSEE, FLA., Apr. 12, 00. ment. "
M On the other hand, the office of state
([From our Special Correspondent..l 1 chemIst and Inspector of fertilizers; GAY BROTHERS} The best that b bof bi
abolish liquors can
The session Is now fairly open, and It which It l Is also proposed, to money
la already evident that the present Legislature costs the state nothing, as It Is supportedby

is one of the brightest bodies ever the fees charged manufaotuiers and affords for all the favorite brands constantly on hand.
called upon to administer the affairs of inspecting their fertilizers, Florida. GROCERS.
Florida. The Senate is remarkably valuable protection to agriculturists and Palatb ..
horticulturists.The ,, SMITH & MUNCH, Proprietor
strong, and the House is not far behind .
of which pervades
spirit economy
it.Several. We make a Special Feature of ,our -
both houses is deprecated by no member -
other things are also fast becoming -
evident and one Is that the but a warning has been sounded by JtWELED
Legislature is not at all likely to settle some of the ablest; and most experienced I Mail Order Department.Knowing WATCHES CLOCKS
there be
a down to business until the all-absorbing men in the Legislature can ,
Senatorial question is finally disposedof. such a thing as too much economy, thatIt

From one point of view this l Is decidedly would be better to spend a little more how difficult it l Is In some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES Diamond]

objectionable, while, on the money than to have the public service CHEAP, families can send us their ciders with the assurance of having them filled -. in 11 Jewelry
other hand, it may fairly be said that paired. promptly and carefully; and,we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory. ,
the chief business of this Legislature is President Adams of the 'Senate has We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida, and have :tlltiii! : Sonnnlrs aid Presto
to elect a successor to Senator> Same presented a memorial to Florida conressmen many articles not usually found in other and smaller houses. Ior .._ Wedding Rings
; relative to a duty on Egyptianor S
and the
t Who l is that successor likely to he? long staple cotton importation ,
baud thereof. The memorial asks for an .- FINE WITCH ud JEWELRY
One hears the
question on every ,
mport duty of 50 per cent ad valorem, q o "*
and It is one that no man can answer.It ""
Is much easier to say who he will not and ft cents a pound on long staple E. A. -W A.DDELL+ A SPECIALT

t IJej; and, from ',resent Indlcatlona, I am otton.In the House, on Saturday, Mr. liar- Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one;>ay. R. J. RILES*,,
inclined to look upon" Mr. Pasco't
as run. The success of the Tallaferro race veil, of Santa Rosa, Introduced a resolu- Miami City and Dade County 223 W. Bay St., JAcxso rviLLE, F

faction In organizing both branches off lon to request the Florida congressmeno

the Legislature has significance qot to use their Influence amendment to have to the the United congress Real Estate Bureau.
be contest Ignored.was It close Is ,true the that majority the caucus small; States submit Constitution an to the people ANDREW LOS LEY.... I
election of
is true that this Indicates providing' for the popular
and It probably -
I close and warmly contested light United Also a States> joint son resolution atorb. was Introduced A Select List of BAT BISCAYNE PROPERTY, City Lots, Fruit and yegetable WATCHMAKER and JEWELED!
when the ball shall fairly
One week from Tuesday open.next the political providing for a constitutional araendnent Tracts ol all) sizes for Iniestments, Phosphate and Orange Grore Lands on
the ,
relation to
pot will begin to boll over In In Titusville Florida.
state cir- Coast
earnest. On the stroke of 13 on that terms, and mode of electing West __
day each. House will meet and proceed to cuR Judges. Circuit Judge are now appointed For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for.. Raving been (CHAITKK'S: DKVO STORK.)

take one ballot for U S. Senator. On the governor. ARMOUR A CO. .AIRMOTER WIND Geneva connected wIth some of the bi esLwateh and clock .fao\orle.
following the tWQ Houses will Dills were introduced'A 'ton w.*. ; % MILLS Switzerland, I air prepared to attend to aU kinds of and elr
the day Fertilizer, 'Chicago' IlL, n' DL leg connected -IUL repairing
meet ID joint assembly at noon for the i By Mr. Henry L. Parker: To Inoorpoate : Mod watche., clocks, jewelry, ete. IfOU want a goOd job do
Avenue D over Bank..MI.t.OnIP me work
tzame purpose. The grave and reverend I the Florida Mutual Insurance Com tOaf :: '




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