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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: April 21, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00016
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
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NO. 8. STI'1'LISVILLF, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 31 .% 18W PRICE, t o.

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LOCAL NEWS B -BOOKS'CLOCKS, Etc.-a nice assortment .I F. W. BEERS, OF ST. AUGUSTINE, Having 'bought out the business of WILL HAVE IN A few days some AMONG THE HOTELS, "

at Screveu's Drug Store, Fla., has the largest line of Bicyclesand Mr. B. li. Pylcs, I shall be glad: to have nicely painted nUll stenciled 8illin 'a ,. .
Titusville.Mr. Sundries in the State. Write,him all my friends and the public generally Florid wheelbarrows and carts. Remember -

,,1 Topics of General Interest. for prices on new '\1)1))\ models. to call and see mo. I shall endeavor to wo are tho only ones on tho WIIKUK to stop. Seo list of hotels on .j jour
7th and 8th
Harry Watton, of Clifton, was please you and send you away feeling East Coast who handle these !good pagod. a

General Gossip In connection in town yesterday. -Land Commissioner Jas. E. Ingra- glad; that'you came. They will be sold at a reduced price. The AnVOCATIC Is now on file at all ,'

Band nay Lake Worth, Indian, ham and wife have been visiting Cape Yours faithfully to nerve, Send in your order to the best hotels New York city.
tt Biscayne -Conductor .!. B. Ilunnicutt is again JOHN R. WAI.KKR. Cocoa Fla.
Halifax Rivera, Key West Sable this week. KDWAUD STIUNQ: ,
UMI and the In his old position, having returned, this Mr. A. C. Thompson, room clerk at .-
,,n other Important Points along week, from a visit to South Carolina. -The article upon "The Pineapple his father's hotel, Hotel Miami Miami,
lit Boast of Florida. Brief mention of Justness! ," has been crowded out of tills -The spring term of Circuit Court. will\ THE INDIAN VS. WHITE MANKISSIMMKE was a passenger on Wednesday's' north

,lfrHtlnl Event from Various Part Attorney from C. T. McCarty, of Ankona, Issue, but will\ be published In our next. convene on Monday next.VicePresident bound train, on his way to Jacksonville J
! You Know spent until in
About People Sunday Monday
,11\],,World; town. We -MIss: Cora Brown who has been J. R. Parrott and FIA. Apr 1S, llO.\ N.
. Ton Don't Know- Picked acknowledge a pleasant call. Mrs. L. Ward, formerly manageressof ,
people and af all caching school at Lotus for the past Traffic Manager .f. P. Beckwith, of the Hotel Placide, JackMonvlllo writes .,
Society Editor a large brown Editor I ml inn Hivfr Ailrofatft ,
,tr Our scattered along the -Archdeacon B. F. will hold six months! returned tb town on Tues- F. b. C. Ry., will probably visit" Titus- tho ADVOCATE that she Is now managing *

, CorwupondenU divine services at StGabriel's Episcopal day. yule tomorrow (Saturday). Dear Sir:-I understand that recently time Seaward house, Atlantic City, N. J., f*f. ,
at Coast of Church, Titusville, on Sunday next, at able had excellent editorIal 'r
Florida.4 an -
your paper where she will\ bo glad to neo her Florida !
J. Crabb and of Cocoa Tit-u
-MrR. D.
11[ a. m. and 7:30: p. m. family, Steamboat Leave 111e. regarding: the Indian question In the friends.Mr. ; !,
THE ADVOCATE, : have been spending a few days in governor's and In behalf of our I j'
message,
-Mr. Geo. C. Matthams of ]VestPalm
town this week. Mr. Crabb also came Orange Howes who has been }
conducting
.
In advance. I to thank for kind
$1.50 per annum, Beach, was a passenger: on Monday's up and spent a day with them. In consequence of the sale of the society' bog you your a Iirst-class restaurant at St. "
ll'flO six months, northbound train, en route to 'Itusvillt-EnterprlHO branch of the J., words. J
j-too per an. to foreign countries. Jacksonville.Mr. -Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Blodgett, chil- T. & K. W. R'y, the steamers; St. Scbaa- Our society at present Is Interested In bat itigiiRtlno ho Is about this past leave winter, Informs us ,'
to lor Madison
-- dren'anll servants left Daytona. Tuesday tlan and St. Aiic-iiKtlnA linvn been taken a i case ('omlnjtlJI: at your term of court, I
George W. Gibbs, auditor of the for their home in Grand-Rapids, Mich., off their usual-run,'and on Saturday List; : In which Tom Tiger: has Harmon Hull, <;onn., to got his summer hotel In roadl

;y Reading notice ads. are ten cents C. L. C. & T. Co., returned to St. Augustine but their many friends will\ welcome hey left for Eau Gallic\ to be laid up of Orange County, arrested for stealing hellS for the season.

rUne on this page. ,. Saturday, after spending a few them to the East Coast next winter. for an indefinite time. Auditor Geo' W.Hbbs his horse. Mr. Louis II. Bingham, chief clerk '

days in town.SPECIAL -Our was in town several days, paying Attorney Seymour will bo present to and Mr. H. G. Marvin cashier of Hotel I '

-You will\ find some interesting news, SALE SHIRTS. Gardner's. requested correspondents to: send Items are to particularly this office oil everybody to whom the steamboat assist tho State Attorney In the cnso.Ve Ormond, loft Saturday last for Jackson- .

our Inside pages. not Liter than Wednesday or we cannot company was indebted; and quite a lit- hope for conviction, and fool that Illo, on route to Now York, where thny .
-Judge D. L. Gaulden, of this place, their Insertion. Several items de money was left, in town.Inspeeting this case will have tho effect\ of teaching will spend some time are leaving,: fqr ,
-Jfr. Goo. Crook, of Clifton, was l inn after spending a few days in DeLanct' guarantee arriving certain class: that the law wl1l\ protect ho Now Mount Pleasant house, Whlto ,,.,
left out of this issue owing to -
Wednesday. with his family, left for Tallahassee, ire hero late Thursday Afternoon.The Limo Indian as well as the white man. Mountains, and Soo-Nlpl Lodge, Sunapoo ;R; |

SALE. Gardner's ad,. where he had important business to attend FIneapptes.Prof. Very truly yours, N. H. ']
YIUM; ; to. F. E. C. R'y pay train paid J. i M.SOX: Ju.,
-Capt. R. A. Ilardee, of' Sebastian, Titusville a visit the first of the week, P. II. Rolfs, M. S., biologist and Seo'y Friends Fla.: Scmlnolcs.: Mr. A, S. Loomis, chief clerk of tho
-Take note of the advt. of hotel Alcazar celebrated
new St. Augustine, ;
In town from Monday until Tuesday and to see the smiles on the counten- horticulturist, professor of Agrlcu'turo
is Woolston & Co. Toledo its and ho the
Spice O., who would lead birthday on Monday, was
ances of the employes a at the Florida Agricultural College
,
;apt W. II. Sharpe, of Sharpes; and are introducing their new brand of coffee Sale of A riuoapple Tlantatlon. recipient of many presents from his lady '
stranger to think there was a wedding Lake City; and Dr. A. C. True, directorn "
Wooten of Cocoa are inn -Lion Coffee. The ad will bo found friends thorn watch
u Assessor on the station. among being a gold
about to take place at the office of experimental stations, U.
Unlay. 5th page. S. Department of Agriculture Washing- Mr, .J. E. Andrews, of Eden, was In chain, a package of safety pins, a dia- \ I'
Walker Lund of Jacksonville, mood 1line comb gold watch
-Capt. town Monday, accompanied by Mr. 1)111, a
-Jlr.Geo. E. Male, of Waveland, pass- -Miss Ethel Morris, of DeLand, ar- ton, D. C., wee puHHetijrcrs onS1/ tu rd.y'g -
paRsed through here, Tuesday, en route S. Smart, to whom ho sold his pinonpplo\ (full Jcwi'lod\ ) and a not of sleeve buttons.Mr ,
his northbound tialu. In conversation
on ived in afternoon
town Wednesday
here Tuesday, way on
through ,
Eau Gallic to the steamer. St.
to inspect tho Luclo River.
Rio St
at
England to upend the summer. a week's visit to Mrs. W. B. \\addell. Sebastian which : bo chartered by with an ADVOCATE repreHentixilvo they plantation on J. M. Leo, formerly proprietor of 1 !

Geo. M. Robbins left here She is a very jovial young lady, and her the Clyde, Line to may run on the St. Johns said they had been at Jensen for the lotel Indian River, Rockledgo, but at j' I
-Attorney many friends were pleased to see her at purpose of Inspecting Lime pineapple I Social Club ))RU'fI. present proprietor of the Hotel Lincoln, j
Orlando (tiver.
today last, on a trip to to the dance on Wednesday night. plantations. 'lltsbunr, has loas.it for a term of years '.,
-
and! to some law business. He reined -Prof. J. M. Laflin, of New York, mo of the largest' hotels In Atlantic) lj ,
on Monday. t-Mrs. Van N. Lockwood, formerly who has been cruising: in' the house-boat The usual weekly dance of tho Titus- City Thero will ho no change In tho :,J
known in Titusville 'as Miss Ora Teahen C"Itnred liy the Sheriff. vlllo Social Club took pluco at tho Opera \
,
-Yrs. W. R. Watson left here for Eau lose Marie, for some weeks pant re- ) ownership of the IIoU'l Lincoln, as Mr.
iffie Saturday last, accompanied by I was a passenger: on Sunday's trnjn, en I urned to town this week. Ho has been house, Wednesday night. Tho attendance Leo (Intends to conduct business In both, "} ,

husband, who is chief engineer of route from St. Augustine:; to Cocoa, on a laving fine sport, hunting and fishing, Chas. Tech, a young white man. who has was quite largo, and dancing was ilacus.,
tr visit to her sister, Mrs. R. F. Jones. Her In he neighborhood of the Ilaulover been here for about a year doing odd kept up with considerable:: zest until
B. I. Nav. Co. '
<: LR.AB. little girl accompanied her. canal. jobs for people around town, and whoof .after midnight. It has been rumored abroad that the .
Curtiss! of St. Lcnis Mo. has been Carl I Hotel Placldo, Jncksonvlllc had closed ;
-Dr. A. N. Chas. who late working for Mr ,
to bas been making some big fish hauls -Mr. and Mrs. McCarthy, -Mr. E. Azulay, representing: the Mutual : C. Curtiss, left suddenly early Sunday Its doors. This Is not tho case, as tho "r
have been spending several weeks at Insurance Co. of New York ,hi.tle.. of the Peace, hotel Is still and Its
Life \
City Beautiful, has started home- in Jacksonville morning: carrying: with him a watch, running keeping up
Hotel Ormond, stopped over who has been in town since Tuesday und tho cleiks Messrs .'
irds. The ADVOCATE follows.Mr. week gun and pistol.bolonging to Mr. Curtiss. oputHtlon, same -
\ the first of the en routeto left for Miami yesterday. Mr. Azulay is foimcr' W. A. Favor chief clink and cashier. !
The case was placed in the hands of Attorney II F. Atkinson a ,
- G. Drew Hancock, who has their home in Portland, Me., where hustler for his and and Joo clerk still ", .
quite a company, Sheriff: Jos. P. Brown, and on Tuesday; well-known resident of Titusvlllo, has Lorrlmcr, room -arc
teaching' school at Bayard during the ADVOCATE follows. made quite a few friends during his short nurninR he caught him In Burns ham- been appointed Justice of the Peaco for to bo found with smiling faces at the ',\'-

.i IIlnter, stopped over a day or so in -Capt. II. B. Shaw, of Ormond, wasa stay in town, and they will\ be pleased to mock, south of Titusville, and now he district No. {9 I, Dade County Mr. Atkinson office, greeting their numerous patrons r;,;'

'ID on his way to City Point, where he passenger on Monday's southboundtrain see him here again Is pining for freedom in our county jail. resides In Miami. as they) line up to I put their autographon
pecU to remain several weeks. make tho Tho Placldo Is one of ;
on his way to an inspection Mr. M. C. Weaver's residence and register

-Messrs. Peck and Fitch, two well- of the Houses of Refuge along the East lot-in South Titusville, was sold this Florida State Amorlatlon of Hallway I'laiit. the best located hotels In the city, of ,1,;

town tourists, passed through: our Coast. Ho said he was going as far as week to Mr. Fred S. Chalice, of this The aytonlnii 1'rlntlng Jacksonville. ,;

n Monday, on their way to Greene, Key West, and would visit Chester place. There is quite a little work to bo 8urlttlorut. Mr. 11. P. Shares. of Now Haven, Ct., -I.'
I. The "pink paper" follows\ them. Shoals on his return. done on the house before he moves IntoIt The wholo outfit, formerly owned by owner of tho New ICocklcdge hotelRock- j

-The home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. K. -Messrs. W. M. Brown and E. L. and as soon as the carpenters finish At the meeting of the above nsnocia- the Daytonlan Publishing Co., at Daytona ledge, pasted through hero Tuesday 'ti!

tojon/ at Sunbeam, was\ made happy Brady, of this place, paid Jacksonville a'' at Mr. L. A. Brady's they will commenceon \ton in Jacksonville on Tuesday, "Which ; has just been sold by the proprietor Iris way to tho Holly Inn, Pineliurst. N. "

Monday last by the arrival of a bounc- visit on Tuesday. Mr. Brown went to Mr. Cbaffee's house. Is Preferable, Subcutaneous:! Nailing or of the ADVOCATE to Mr. W. W. C., on n vlxlt to his daughter, Mrs. AllenE. '

:baby boy. The mother and child the metropolis to attend the ninth an- -Mail Agent H. B. Ransom, formerlyof Wire Maturing, in Ununited F'rachtresP"was barter, proprietor of tho Halifax Steam Troadway. Mrs. Shares accompanied
road Dr. W. L. Doctor diluting house Daytona.
doing: nicely. nual session of the Florida Bankers' Association Titusville, has moved from Palatka to by Hiighlolt. her husband Tho New KockJedgo was I :
Messrs. Brown and Brady returned lughlett[ brought out many strong lull to overflowing with tourists the past ,: ;
iRDXER'S PREMIUM SALE ADV. home yesterday.Mr. Wed; points for each side of a question that lledtictloit In Parlor Car Fare winter und overy guest seemed to have }

-Mrs.: George W. Scobie and little and Jacksonville, in the service of the It. M. has been an open one among surgeons a pleasant word to say In favor of Mr,
party
M. Flaglor
hundred and which
Henry for
tighter, Merle, of this place, who havetOlpcndinlt passed- through here Saturday afternoonlast S. Department of Uncle Sam's: government the professional years is now, as badly dividedas Now all the millionaires\ have returned and Mrs. /Shares and their popular hostelry I
We them hero next ,
to
hope
; about a week at Canaver- en route to St. Augustine, from a ; but have not forgotten my Titus- It ever was. His opinion was that the north" the parlor car faros on see .
\,(failing! Mrs. Burns, will probably re- trip to Nassau and Key West. He was friends-including the ADVOCATE force. nature of the individual case should the F E, C, Ry. leave boon reduced winter. :

m home to-morrow. accompanied by Vice-president! J.: It. Kindly change address of my paper" govern the method of practice. He more than one-half. It Is only fifty cents The tourist season at St. Aucrustlno..

-lie regret to learn of the serious IllIs Parrott and Gen'l. :Supt. ... T. (uott. -Miss Kate McC'lintock, of Boothbay, brought before the society a wooden extra on the parlor car, from! Titusvllle jest drawing to a close! has boon such a

| of bars Harry Budge, who Is said After spending; a week or so in St. Augus- Me., arrived here, Sunday, from Pcnsa- model of a bone, showing the various to Jacksonville.A prosperous ono with most of time hotels

JM very low with typhoid fever at Mi- tine, Mr. Flagler and )party will leave for cola, on a visit to Mrs. M. IV Robbins fractures common In practice and the .ho rush at times having exceeded tho

* We trust it will not be long ere New York, where the ADVOCATE has and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins. She different styles of repair, nails, plates, New Company. capacity of many of time houses( -that a m;

\e'regains her former strength.. been requested tp follow. was accompanied by her brother, Mr. wire, etc. All, the papers were much lumber of Improvements and additions ,,;
McClintock of the firm of Creary discussed, and each was enjoyed by all\, aro In contemplation during the npproachlng a
of W. G. ,
-Government Hull and Boiler In. -Mrs. W. C. Barnes and family, the Times-Union und Citizen. Letters patent were recently Issued by summer. Among the hotels \
,wiors Vogel and Melbourne, were passengers on atur.day's & McClintock, engineers and machinists, says 3ov. lUox ham Incorporating Gloason lethe
Spencer were passer.TnoaTuosday'ssouthbound the ADVOCATE Officers were then elected as follows\ : whIch will most likely be enlarged
who
' northbound train, en route to of Pensacola, gave Bros. & Co. at Eau Gallle with capital
train, en Magnolia Tho plans will bo to remove
President IV, L. IIu hlett Cocoa first
.Ie to Hev. W. C. Barnes accompanied office a pleasant call. On Tuesday Mr. ; ,of will deal in real
10000. They
Eau make Ky.
Gallie and
and Miami, to Covington, Pensacola while his vice-president It. L. Harris; second vice- the old kitchen entirely, erecta
McClintock left for ,
aionpection them as far as Atlanta, and personal property, borrow and loanmoney
of bulld-
steamboats. from tho main '
new one separate .
G. II. Altroo and
:
left for her home In Maine. Miss president, ; secretary
sister
for the of pur- etc. Tho firm 'conllilits of W.II .
where he went purpose and to stand back In the lot also
-EX-Mayor Geo. B. Swift wife and McClintock was a pleasant visitor to Titusville treasurer, 1C. T. Walker. S. O. Worley, lug, ;
outfit for newspaper, Gleason W 11. H. Gloason and Goo.
,
an
chasing to add between forty and fifty rooms
"Were and she W, II. Cyrus and Frank Caldwell were ,
twelve \
who have been enjoying which ho Intends starting at Miami. about years ago, (I; U leaso n.
*i 8clvea for sometime at their Barnes is a ready and fluent writer, says 'she hardly knew it on her arrival, named ns members of the executive mostly sleeping apartments '"q ''

"w home on Lake Worth, passed Mr.and we hope he will\ meet with success It Is so much Improved. It Mr Flagler committee. After a most successful. season, the St. a

:rou Sh Titusville, Saturday last, en field of labor. gets his magic hand on It, Titusville will\ To lie Hauled Out. James hotel, Jacksonville closed 1U .
qte homo.Mrs in his new surely be a town Indian Rlverltes may MEET ME at the FOUNTAIN for Cool, ; doors after breakfast Tuesday morning, .

- I1l1s :Maggie: Ramsey, a former popular Feel proud of. Temperance Drinks, Ice Cream, etc Mr. J. B. Russell jr., of Hartford, and tho largo army of employees have
thl U Robt. W. Motlow and family, visitor to Titusville, who has been JOHN It. W AI.KIIIt.: Conn., who has boon sixnidlrig tho whiter tone to Now York and other points. > i

( place left here, on Monday last sojourning at the Indian River hotel fee at Daytona, sailed( down to Titus- Manager J, 1C. Campbell and Mrs Campbell

!lad'Winchester, Tenn., where they will about five weeks, Ml, yesterday after- AT TilE FOUNTAIN will find me, Hide vine\ Monday, in his schooner yacht will remain In Jacksonville until ,,. 1
the summer. Mrs. Motlow was hotel Jacksonville New Line Millinery: \ "Cool For and returned homewards the
Eleanor
noon, for the Windsor with a about the first of June, when they will\ !"r
,d npanied by Miss Daniel, her sister; \ where she will\ remain a short time Heads and Cool Throats" my motto. next day. Mr. RusNull who guvo our visit Now England, during, tho healed I
'ho MUtel': | Landers Green, a cousin, ere proceeding to her home at Hacken- JOHN R. W ALKlm. About 2,000 feet of 1C. 1C. Iron; weighs ofllco a pleasant call whllo In town, will! l term.. The ofilce force at tho Ht. James

are returning to their home in sack, N J. Miss Ramsey came here suffering B-25lb. to the foot. Price :Jcts; per foot probably pay; Titusvllle another visit In aweek ball consisted( of C, O. Chamberlain,

.hlet1eTenn.[ after spending/ the with la grippe, and the change of at Courtonay duck or so, when ho will\ have his yacht superintendent, who will again return to.
-\Dter) here. We hope to see these younltple climate has Improved her health very -Any subscriber who wants to buy a Call or write, Euw Aim HTIM.VO, hauled out on Nelson's ways. Owl's Head hotel at Owl's Head, New "
* '
with us again: next season. her here next round-trip ticket, meals and berth Included Cocoa, Fla.
much. We hope to see the Clyde Line, would do YOlk ; W F, Ingold, chief clerk who 'x
over ill
will tho Hotel Chlldwlld the
winter. well to write the editor of the ADVO I Teachcrx Examination manage
A Hare Chance.a -Mr. and Mrs. IE. R. McCormick and CATE, TitiiBvllle\ Fla., for price. We also Save Money by Hcmllng for Your Adlrondacks; and H. L. E.: Smith, cash

}Ir. W. F. J. McCormick, who have have a round-trip ticket over the Mallory Grocerlt'M to tho Magnolia Will\ be held In tho public school ler, who will I bo located at the Maple-

I bavo a catboat. long, in good4ltiou been enjoying a visit of six weeks at Line, between Brunswick and New Grocery Co., ,IuckH>n- house No. Titusvllle, J"IIJune Cth wood hotel |In New Jlain 'shire. Thomas .
G, Hutchlnson who has boon at tho St. >
that I will exchange for a their winter home at Cocoanut Grove, on York, for sale.EIGHTFT. yUle Florida. 7th and! 8t1!. Text books In theory! and I ,
TitusvilleIse \ James for the punt two months Is a
through
.lIe ,. '
bus '" n"" nassed -
1; practice; psychology, applied
or
good Address -
cow. : ''J''VJ' that education Jacksonville man, und will resume hU
SAM NORTON: Saturday last, and Informed land lbs to can be purchased o(
19
Philadelphia AKHMOTOIl WIND MILL, gHanulated sugar duties as that of export accountant; W.
Titusville\ Flu. were on their way the to latter place they Steel tower, one galvanized storage 20-lb. white C , 1.00 Burgess Smith, No. 7 Whitehall St., S. Thomas, who has been the trunk and ', (;
New York From Ibs coffee. . ;. ., 1.00( Atlanta, Ga. (Questions In history relating -
residence at tank one :21!>bbl. IJ-in. cypress tank; 12- green mall clerk at the hotel during the sou- ;
their summer ; to Florida will bo taken frotiGreen's
'A'IXG TO THE LATE FREEZE, I Lake will co Edward to Canada: for the purposeof one H3J-in.( drive well point; one 9-Ibs. Albucklo's, coffee 1.00 History of Florida. A few cop'lee son, has /gone to Washington and New
Jill now close out stock at re- The ADVOCATE 2xKMn.. brass cylinder. New, never I),1 S: bacon, per York, where he will resume newspaper:
and fishing. hand In ofllco price $1 10
( my bunting are on my ,
.'J and ,11
.
Breakfast bacon
Iced work In connection with tho
summer ro-
prices! No old stock been set will bo bold cheap. Writeto
up; Flotlda
> everytllog each: Fairbanks' of
; History can
new this follows. Shoulder: . .ill' sorts in that scttlon.
winter. t be obtained of Drew & Co., Jacksonville\ ,
Picnic ham. , , ,6i!
STIMXO Cocoa Fla. "
ED. STILINO: Cocoa, Fs. SALE-One 10-ft. cypress row EDWAUU Best .' , ,10 price $1.25.: For further Information,

For Sale FOR boat now. All copper fastened, brass 10-lbs. butterlne . . 1.4' address Jxo. H. SAMS, Hotel For Salo.
-New Furniture: Instruction
Co. I'ubile
wood Supt. -
natural ;
varnished Hotel Lease For Sale.
trimmings, Write for prices on other groceries .
sell for M.ED. : 04t Courtenny, Fla Hotel Itelvue for salu; 31 rooms, furniture
will
cond: f 8.1: to build, Goods delivered to depot In JacklloDY11o.1Aos'oL1A. \ .
, -haad prices( In any quantl- cost STIUXG: Cocoa, Ha. Co. ;, extensive lawns; outbuildings,
UitocKitv
: ,
hotel about 100 COlt
East Coast roomefurnished etc. Everything In good ,
Ww R CAMPBELL, complete Including supply 01 Jacksonville, Fla. Knipty Fhth Barrels for Sale. 10,000, price M.OOO: ; dip yards from do-

"Bellevue," East!< Coast. table linen and si yerware.. Lease Je pot. East Coast Write to
of the
Melbourne, Fla. For the Hivcra dated Sept. 1, 1893! and runs five Holutlo" Notice. Address, WAITER A, Moons:, W, It. O )I rur.L1., Melbourne .
ABnuaf, 8 St. Charleston H. C.
Cruiser with privilege of ten years. George ,
1{ house-boat, ; '
ckletlge, Indian River, Schooner-rigged 28 tons state- rental for five year*, $1,200, payable In' this
;
new; government register, monthly! Installment\ of $KX). Reason The ongerklKneilflrm/ I U day dissolved br; UOYDELL BROS. PAINTS, varnishesand

one of the most attractive and rooms; accommodation for station 10 persons.East for disposing of lease, 111 health and distaste mutual Cha connont A. Gardner Mr. John will K. Walker continue miring tliel l.ual l 52T" As an advertising$ medium, n, brushes, 0 K Queen cook stoves,

1O rocked stores on the East Coast of Now ready at West Jupiter reasonable., for the business. The past season 1111.Mr... Account* due the arm will\ IMI paW to paper on the East Coast can beat the Linseed oil\ colors ground In oil.\ AH ..'
imeir You can find everything you i I II Coast Line. Terms very baa been the most successful since hole Chan, A. Hardner, who will cattle kit luuttbteil ADVOCATK. Give us a trial adyt., came In since tho freeze i come la and i''

, tere. Fitting: out cruising: parties Address or apply on board, owner, was built. Address, "HOTEL," net, of the flrui. OAUO-VKRA WALKER, and be convinced of the pink paper'. get the benefit of th6 reduced prices.

S. E. SWABS West *Jupiter, fla. care ADVOCATE, Tltuivllle, Fla. TltiUTllle, FU., April Mil, 1 W. worth. En. STILIXO, Cocoa, Fla.

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acre, broadcasted and mixed In the soil FREEZE-PROOF ORANGES. Banyan. \ Pearl or Cat-tall, 25c. per lb. by mail; 15C:; .
'* SEEDS'l1Iu. German best for, bay, $2'10 per bushel Kaft
The Thorn Comes ForthWith a short time before planting, will pay -- !
and red, also] Jerusalem COrD, 20ctgj per Jb
for Itself at least twenty fold. On poor, Orange-Tree Seedling Being-! Balled That by mail; lik I
Mrs. and Miss Somers, of Ohio, was lb. by express: or freight. Sorghum, early orange, 20cts per lb.
Point Forward worn-out soils, It Is best to drill in the Will near Print* Par Worth a* by "*
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Field last lOcts lb. express or freight
fertilizer, and plant the bean In the drill I Philadelphia.
week. Peanuts, Spanish, $1.50 per bushel. Chufas, 3.50 per bushel.
The thorn point of disease after It has bad a good rain on It. A experiment of great Importanceto
I Rev. Lane met with the Sunday school Seed Corn In variety.
'I i In preparing the land for this crop the Florida and to all Southern states Is
is an ache or pain. Bat the here on the 10th"and taught the bible Cow Peas, market prices.
best method In my experience has been now in at the Agricultural Department .
'; blood is the feeder of the to run oft furrows' about five feet apart progress, Washington, D. C., with the class. Write for price list.

and drop a bean ten to fifteen Supt. J. II. Sams was looking after L. CAMERON. Seedsman
r. whole body. Purify it with every very best prospects of success. In fact, ,
Inches this will stand and the schools in this vicinity last week and
I ; give a good ,
Secretary Wilson says that he Is already 126 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE
Hoods Sarsaparilla.Kidneys as the crop is a long season one It shouldbe convinced that only time Is required to called in while passing. Fl

.liver and etomach will at planted as early In the season as pos prove Its efficiency. The dry weather Is causing the beansto

ohce respond ? No thorn in this point. sible. Some time In late June or July The department now has thousands of manure rapidly, and every one is GEORO MARX. JOHN MARj.J&KAKX : .

BlOOd Poisoning! : The surgeon said make a very thin sowing of giant beggar- little orange tree seedlings, which the rushed and pickers in demand. '
when he took out the brass! shell received In : :
., wound at San Juan Hill two weeks before weed in the water furrow; this will Secretary declares will certainly survive 'The steamers St. /Sebastian and St. BROS.Wholesale .]

that It would have poisoned me If It bad spring up quickly and be ready Just In the coldness of the.winters, flourish and Augustine passed here Sunday morning, Dealers In

not been for my pure blood. I told him It time for the bean to climb all over it bear fruit as far north as Philadelphia.: bound for Eau Gallie river harbor.Mr. .
was Hood's l Sarsuparllla that made It pure." (for the latter undoubtedly does best
The still doubt Is FRUIT AND PRODUCE
OF.OROK: P. COOPER, Co. O, 25th U. S. Inf., only question In Crlll's bill to elect county com GROCERIES ..
Washington Barracks, Washington, D. C. when it has something on which to whether the ll.ivor of the fruit will be as missioners ought to receive the supportof ,

.' Rheumatism MYllelt and a friend climb). If the bean has been planted fine as that of the present product. '
both Iurfert'u from severe attacks of rheu which every member of the legislature. 131 and .133 East nay Street and 0 and Newnan Street,
early in April, is really the propel'time 'fhe seedlings were obtained by crossing
matism. Hood's Sarsaparilla cured both.
An ice cream serial and dance was
d We would not be without It." WM. II. a thin sowing of fodder:coin In the .the Japanese trifoliata, which is a su.al.sonv111o. : Florid
LKSTKR (;5 Leonard St., Fall River, Mass. water furrow in June will answer the held in Banyan last week. We noticed
with the Florida product.The .
; purpose as well as beggar-weed. This poor trifoliata orange; In its native climate, lives Mr.. and Mrs. Thigpen and Miss, C'cra ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CIT
Brown
;11txIi c combination will of Lotus; Mrs. Warner, E. F.
d give an exceptionally under temperatures quite as cold as that ,
and Geo. S. Warner B. D. Jernegan
,
heavy'forage ready<< to cut In early
crop of and thel'e'Ia 'not the
Philadelphia, Brantley; Misses Emma!: Wright and.Kate We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Pe,
September, and it will make a good second least apprehension on the score of cold. guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We wa
Jones Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stewart and
llood'n Plll cure liver 111.1 the nnn-lrrtt tlngjui4 after that which can bo allowed \ and Give trial and will be
crop, With this hybrid, the destruction of the your Oranges Vegetables. us a you pleased.
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only cttlmrtle to take wld'H d''s "p rfiT I Iunvvwii Jno. Wynn, Tropic; Miss Nannie Harper,
to remain In the and bo
ground plowed
groves of Florida by frost will be at an, MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Flu.
Miss Dukes Porson Pad-
-- under In the winter to Improve the end, and the growers will be saved from Courtenay We only Sell to Dealers.
,' 1 soil and restore its fertility. constant losses. dison, II. Cole, F. Harper, Eau Gallie; J
Miss Otwell, E. Stewart, R. Livingston
If simply grown as a soil renovator, it Even If the fruit of the new tree Is not

can be planted four feet apart and every as excellent as that of the present one, and John Hopkins., Bahia'and Bovine. o H:: .A S J3 L -cr:: ,:b..I.I: &; CODKALERS .

two feet In' the furrow and allowed to the agricultural, experts say that Its root-
remain where it If wanted for LaGrange. IN ----
grows. stocks can i be grafted with the Florida

pasture for stock or hog feed, be gar. and other oranges, and therefore Insure Fine "VV:1n.es: : an.d. Liquors:

weed, millet or anything of that kind that the roots will survive the cold, even [Ton late for our last issue.] 417 & 410 W. Bay St.,

planted along with! It, will prove a decided If the more delicate graft Is killed, and Mr. Frensley has been helping Jim

benefit, as In itself it is somewhat the industry saved just as the French Ennls" pick beans fp '.,.roUIITIN...,L. JACKSONVILLE, '. FL/iJ/

.", 1 laxative at first In its effect on stock ._
vineyards by the Importationof 'nnneunruiw
were saved' Jim Ennis has shipped the first beans
il ,.ilI and other forage mixed with It helps to which r"&.*,'"usv- Agiiinaldo May Recover
California root-stocks on
,
hardy .
1 h from'here since the freeze. ..-.-...
{ S counteract this effect somewhat.In the fine French vines were grafted. Fur- win;:: ;:re":= His reason with Dewey's and Oti

v 1 \ cutting to cure for forage is where ther, the graft will certainly be hardier Jim Coats has been on an extended :':.:;':.'''' judicious doctoring. Dewey's i.t I I

f'l the real trouble is ''encountered, as- its than the present trees. visit to his cousin at Rockledge.John r.' ...-fr .. is reducing the swelling of ti

growth Is so enormous, and if it is growing It will take three years for the seedlings ': Henry was out Sunday last, call- head,Blum's just as Rye our Whiskey high; grade will an r

W on anything the tangle of vegetation and the Ing on friends and looking at: the gar. r pure
to come to beating, quality duce your cold, cough, grip, etc]
> Is such that it is a hard matter to get at of the new orange to be ascertained. dens. A when used properly. There

ThE it well. If cut in the forenoon, after the Meanwhile they will grow in the open Mrs. Smith, an old pioneer resident of nothing like our fine Blum's purl
.. 7 0,
_,.. Rye Whiskey for pl'eventlngcbiJIcolds
i- I dew has dried off, and hauled to the air in Washington, and will be given an this settlement Is visiting her brother, i ""' grip or pneumonia, and th'\

wti:;,"' INDIAN RIVER barn without delay and spread over opportunity to test their cold-resisting Andrew Carlile.Mr. V is the kind of weather to use It.

poles (I ute my tobacco barn for the W
powers.If Uubbard was recently here look
-: ADVOCATE: purpose), it cures excellently and makes this is a success it will be the sec ing for timber of all kinds. Mr. Carlile Blum's Pure Rye Whiskey, 7 years old, delivered to any part of the StaJ
express prepaid, for $3.20.
the finest cattle
1 "' forage I ever saw, and I ond great benefit that orange growers showed him around.

'>:'" feel confident that it only needs a proper have received from ,the Agricultural De- Pioneer cooperage had its musical
l trial by every southern farmer to secure !
partment.It sound this week Uncle Tom had .
as an
THE VELVET BEAN,
its general adoption all the southern remembered that the magnificent
will be
i _____ order for,honey barrels.R. .
':" states. seedless oranges-known under
f.; AFKIL 17lli, 1890.I I do not think the velvet bean can be various names In this country-were originally ,R. Chaudoin says be is going to THE, RAFT THAT SAVED

)' Editor Indian IHver Advocate. north of make the Wilbur place, his new pur- IIOBSONIn
,.',,' grown Kentucky successfully. brought from Brazil, where they
f"" The season once 'more draws near A friend In Kentucky grew some of it bave been known for years as "Bahia chase, blossom like the rose. In Santiago Harbor has become famous ,

i ':!ri: when the southern farmer must begin In last summer and he reports an extraordinary oranges." K. B. Raulerson was seen in our burg 5 p a a has the superior quality of the pine anj

t carry out his plans for securing a bountiful growth vine, but no grain, this week. All his old friends were gladto hardwood lumber that we furnish for building
the too short for it him able be around n i p ,e I purposes at all times. Our specialty !
supply of forage for hU stock lor season being to form Bismarck's Iron Nerve see to again. f
I this line is flooring, ceiling, brick, lime, etc
}z':: next winter's feed. A few words, therefore seed. lIe grew it in a field adjoining, Was the result of his splendid health. t and for quality and price they are beyon

f'i'' about the velvet bean as a source of the turnpike road where a telegraph line !I Indomitable will and tremendous energyare A torpid liver causes depression of competition.

i1; forage, as well as a renovator of the soil, ran along. The vines went through the I not found where stomach, liver kid- spirits, indigestion, constipation, head- UIrF BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO.,
fence and climbed to the of the and bowels are out of order. If you no he. Use Dr. M., A. Simmons Liver Fl 1.ICS1'ADLlSJlED 1.
might bo very opportune, and I would ver top : neys want these qualities and the success they Medicine to stimulate that organ. St. Augustine, :

t suggest to those who are unaware of the telegraph poles, showing that Kentuckysoil I bring, use Dr. King's New Life Pills.

r value of this bean to try a small patch Is well adapted for a growth of the I They develop( every power of brain and Frank J. Logan, of Chicago, gave $3:>,-

,{ of It and just watch the result. Those vines at any rate. body. Only 25c: at F, S. Chaffee's drug 000 to the Chicago Art Institute as a

... who have already grown the bean will\ C. K. M'QUARIUK. store. Christmas present. The money will\ be

7;' bear me out when I say that we have used to build a library building.
ri Volcanic .Eruptions Samuel R. Collaway,' president of the 1880.
:: nothing In its own line to cuallt. It is

: :"V a great forage producer, and the grain, Are grand, but skin eruptions rob life Nickel Plate railroad, began work at a Malaria cannot find a lodgment in the

( both in the green<< and dry state, is equalto of joy, Buckleu's Arnica Salve cures salary of $8.33 a month. system while the liver is in perfect order. Bond: Lumber Co.
them; also old, running and fever soies, 1>1'. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine is ,
anything grown for food for any ulcers, boils felons, corns, warts, outs, SWEET, REFKESUINO sleep Is given by the best regulator.
stock; and it Is not too much to say that bruises, burns, scalds, chapped hands, Hood's Sarsaparilla which strengthensthe Manufacturers of and Dealers in

I, everything that walks on four logs Is chilblains. Host pile cure on earth. tones the stomach and overcomes .
nerves,
". fond of it. Drives out pains and aches.: Only :2.;>cts all dyspeptic symptoms. You Remember that kinds the INDIAN RIVER LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING
( a box. Cure guaianteed. Sold by F S. ADVOCATE does all of job printingat ,
should it. "
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The velvet bean grows and makes a Chaffee try short notice. Send them an order
fair crop whero cow-peas would scarcely druggist. Hood's Pills are prompt and efficient, and be ,convinced that It is the place to Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
easy to take, easy to operate. 25 cents. have job printing done.DPIj and Vegetable Crates. We solicit,,correspondeuce.
germinate the seed., It is an excellent The north pole is like a woman's

: improver of the soil, in that it Is the pocket-we all know where It should be, Of all New York's millionaires Cor- andWh.kty f.lIlt1'J" Saw, Planing and Shingle Mills DeLand at Bonds and Mills, on J.,'T. & K. W. R'y. Yards a

I best nitrogen gatherer among all the but no one can find it. nelius'Vanderbilt is said to be the most ( I ', curort at horn" with. Titusville.
known Its is dense I '. out f.alll'H'\ of par
legumes. foliage so sensitive to criticism, particularly criticism ;M lieu 'Hut
that it shades the land completely during For the first time in many seasons ::''IlIR11/ wool U \ CO.
in print uiiioe. 104 North Pryor St. .
our hot days of summer, and by Charles Frohman and Daniel Frobman H. A.'HODGES.

shedding the leaves nearest the ground, are to join forces. They will produce ...
Ills Life Was Saved. J3P" Subscriber, your attention is drawnto MANUFACTURER OF
"
it forms a mulch that conserves the ordinary "The White Horse Tavern.
the name-and-date
Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen of slip pasted upon
;; moisture In the soil. In short, Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonderful your paper or wrapper. If you are in ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...

we have In the velvet bean what the death. In arrears, please remit !
deliverance from a frightful ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crate

southern farmer has so long been ) I I 11 III I telling of It he.says: "I was taken with. .. Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building i|

looking for-that is, something that will typhoid fever, that ran into pneumonia.My any part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. The saw mills\ are locate

' produce a good, profitable crop, and at I1. weak lungs I couldn't became hardened.even sit up I in was bed.'so COTTON AND at Buffalo Bluff, near: Palatka, on the J.. T. K. W. Ry. Lumber'delivered to anf
of the East Coast. Fla.
part Address
II. A/HODGES Buffalo Bluff
' : ,
the time backbone into ,
to to
f same help put Nothing helped me. I expected soon
the poor sn.ndylIoils of the south. die of consumption, when I beard of Dr.
King's New Discovery. One bottle gave LINEN NETTING. ,
I have said that it will make a fair
IYI'llll 1 great relief. 1 continued to use it, and SAW AND PLANING MILLS JACKSONVILLE YAKI
crop on land too poor'for cow-peas, but ( I can't too
well and
now am strong. say I'.ilatka. Fla. E. Bay St., Foot of Cathrln|
it will Its for little Tills marvelous
repay grower a commercial t eI much In its praise.
fertilizer applied\ to the soil previous medicine is the surest and quickest cure WILSON
all throat and lung CYPRESS COMPANY
to planting time. Some farmersare in the world for
sizes 50o and $1. Trial ,
I(I I II II UIuv 1J11 ii trouble. Regular
sanguine enough to think that there IItOl'e.Every .
bottles free at F. S. Cltaffee'sdrug
Manufacturers of
t will come a time when commercial fertilizers IIllIuIItll) bottle guaranteed. FISHING TACKLE. -

might be entirely dispensed with.
Superior quality Linen GUI Nettingmade Lumber Lathe
There is no Indication that that time GOLD !lis of no value when health is from Knox's Scotch thread Cypress Shingles and *{j

will ever come; In fact, the tendency is M'WW' % ] in danger. What's, of more value 1Pratt's >> ,
II tablets will break Samples and estimates cheerfully furn
rather the other way, as every year seesa a. cold In up-to-date one day, and for constipationand up ished. Corks, Leads, Lines, etc. A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shiagler'lath

marked increase in the fertilizers used, biliousness and all malarial troubles, J. b. JOHNSON & CO. and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypre

t'' and every broad-tninded<< observing It has no equal. By mail prepaid for 23c. mouldings of all patterns specialty..

; farmer knows that for every dollar thus Pratt Medicine Co., Station B, Chicago, Manufacturers, When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us.
Send for 121 South St. BALTIMORE MD
invested 111. sample. ,
he gets back ten sometimes -
L
n _______H.
twenty, according to the intelligence and .

wisdom exercised in the selection of the FOR
$ 3.2O. '
proper kind of fertilizer and the method SEEKERS .
and time of HOME .... ......
application. Sent to us by Express, postoffice order or New York Exchange, we 11'\1\
3' Like every other crop, the velvet bean PIERcd i send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,

has a preference we may use the
term-for a certain kind of food which Who are Seeking a Home in the South should send to the undereigned for a FOUR FULL QUARTS

is best suited to Its requirements and copy of theFlorida .
d C Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
which enables it to return the most 1

profitable crops. It wants a fertilizer:
analyzing high In phosphoric acid and East Coast Homeseeker. Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey!

potash. Being a natural nitrogen gath 1 1Th.

erer, it does not require any nitrogen fed We 5'JP l In PLAIN PACKAGES no marks to Indicate contents (which will aYold.aU co>t,
.
) wilt get It and net 1t. ii it j. not jMlttMtatJt return It at OUR EXPENSE d
to It In the shape of fertilizers. If we your P,20 cheerfully refunded. This Whiskey u good u any 13,00 goods la :

cannot get a fertilizer containing no nitrogen peat Tuspor.nc..i.dl- We have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for been W.are doing close bllllnN'ln at hand aDd this can city give and you at the QUICKER same stand DEUYmtY for over 16 than YEARS dletant, and M to.nrg

the best way to get over the difficulty Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest,; in the United States. the'ONSIBIUTY editor of thA AND REPUTATION; for bon..t dealing we refer fOIl to say merchant here, or N
.'n. which dos nt brae up paper.
is to buy our phosphate and mur.
Apply to SOLOMON 4 LEVI,
late of potash, and prepare our own fertilizer but build* up. It puriftoi) UM
193fFint
1023 4
bringing the analysis as near ao BLOOD, .tr.nBth.n. th. STOMACH JAS. E. 1 1NGRAHAM, Land Commissioner, P, O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM Avenue,, ALA.NOTICE ,
possible to ten per cent potash and seven : j '
''i ( FLORIDA EAST COAST R'T '
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to eight per cent phosphoric acid. and heals ths LUNGS. a-we pay Exprea Chanee to all paints reached by EXPRESS COM
v', PA.NY" bus to polnte on Unee of other H PtS- prepay ss wbw
l'umpanlee w eely to poi
Four to six: hundred pounds of this per ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Southern Express Company tr .Mf w &o aid other L press CoepaaI.


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professional Cards FLORIDA STATE HORTICUL SHE GOT A MEDAL.
;
=-- TURAL SOCIETY. t CHANGE OF CLIMATEWONT
xoea t. WALtsa 3.OLaAILOBB'S Boils A Brave Yvnna We-..nn t-. h. save] ;
g
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,110' & GRAHAM, .%n..her Krnm DrowningA I
The twelflhnout of the
meeting
life ravrr' n.edal has. just benprwent :
,
State Horticultural is announcedto
Society CURE CONSUMPTION
f A TTO 'E -AT-LAW, this young woman. So far '
convene at Jacksonville\ on Tuesday, is known Miss in the fin
I as Riley >t
rrIts JIOL"B5-From and2to4p.m.1rrrvtLLt 10 to. ,12 a. m., Old Running Sores : May :d, continuing until noon of the Brooklyn inrl to receive cne of tire stat

I Friday following. The Society is one of medal. While" in bathing with a partyof '
Brevard Co., Florida. Itching tbe largest and most influential bodies friends at Coney Inland on Aug. 21 He Slocum System is Needed. ,:

I fwpractlce n.Bor,1M. In aU Ute court- And fed1rnrI1 Scrachi1lgEczema of the kind in this country, and its meetings 1Mat, Mi*> Riley heard a rrooian aboutMISSAGXESVIUET. -

'! occasions of interest.A I ,
are exceptional :
lf eilitI lee for examining and perfect.I I
IaDd citIes.I very low transportation rate of one ..,\1 fi' A Curative Medicinal Treatment Founded on Modern

cent per mile, actual! travel has been secured I IIi

j). r. DODSOX, from the associate' railroads I Scientific Truths is More' Potent

I Reduced! hotel rates, and other arrange-
Than Air Alone.
DENTIST.
.
ments for the comfort and pleasure of

csntLK, FLORIDA. Blood Poison : member, are being looked after by avery fir I

Office at residence. I efficient local committee. Xo ; a FREE TREATMENT FOR LUNG WEAKNESS. '

PTOd. lIe the fonowbllf ralUn& :t iist, who desires to post himself run1-1
suit the times.L. lIalr1oo..Throat'iwnll.D! .
Prices to tlon.. ..tol.. .Dd l" ", ,, of the ski. latest phraze of fruit growing gardening
IktD.UnD"' .. of the .JOiDt&, Rheumatnam. I I If those of our readers who reside in opment of this Treatment, therefore 1
D'a1a.. etaUlcers to meet his co-laborers in tbe ,
I I the most highly favored sections of this those who take it and give it a fair trial "
OAULDEX, i'horticultural flf'ld. or to join kindred : country, where the climate is healthy certainly avail themselves of all that a

Scrofula I spirits in a royal good time, should miss and invigorating, with a dry and tonic modern science and skill have to offer 1
ATTORNEY T-LA.W, the approaching meeting. ji atmosphere will look about them, they for the cure of Consumption and all
will see a greater less cumber of their forms of wasting diseases. .
the Court of the State To all members old whose
Fillpractlcelnall Running Sore or new,
I Florida,Mid the United States Coons., Eyes friends and neighbors dying of consumption Dr. Slocum's faith in. the efficacy .f
membership fee for ISH! is received in L1Af while many others have his System of Treatment is so strong, '
| P.O.Box 23$. to TlTtS Loan. ILLS, FLA. Art cured krBOTAS1C time, credentials will be issued, making I already been carried. off by that dread and his interest in the welfare of humanity i j

Money IS BLOOD CALM (B. B. B. available the low rates of transportation malady.. so treat. that he will cheerfully '1 1I

Tht Gnat Blood RcmtJj. and other courtesies extended in connection }" These deaths have occurred from time send his complete System of Treatment '
GOLDSMITH, I to time amid the refreshing prairiebreezes (Four Preparation\ ) FREE to all sufferers
'vi with the meeting. The only requisite of summer !In the fair and mellow who ask for it.
Botanic
Blood luioi B. *
blood remedy,and jet {IB.can be B.taken) is a with powerful per- membership is a fee of $1.00 which tag for ht'lpOme' distance outside the I days of autumn, and also in the dry

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. feet safety by old and yoone. On account of its can be sent direct to the Secretary, S. safety linos. The plucky young woman and sunny seasons of a southern winter. ,a

great remedies:strength may act It curve a 8 a mild wben tonic al else or falls.corer Other new I Powers, Jacksonville: Fla. struck out and reached the spot just a* I ,Such deaths amid such favorable surroundings

ntnsrille, Florida. skin over rouou flesh, but B.B. B. drives a)I the woman was. going down for the last afford positive and convincing
the poison out ana bence the cures are perma that climate alone
nent. time. With the skill of a professional proof will not
One to three bottles of B. B. B. will cure the Do Xot He Fooled the young girl avoided the clutch of the cure consumption; that neither pine- )f
Ir- J. WEBB, worst kind of pimples; on the fare. With tbe idea that any preparationyour drowning woman seized her from behind laden breezes nor bracing mountain air
I system One to of three boils books and carbuncles.of B. B. B. will clear the druggist may put up and try tosell and slowly pushed her ashore. The will restore weak lungs or build up a ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, I Two to three bottles of B. B. B.will cure the you will purify your blood like medal was presented to Miss Riley at constitution that is bung underminedand "
worn kind of humor In the month and stomach Hood's arsaparilla. This medicine broken down by the insidious germs w I
j Fill practice in the Courts of the 7th Three to six bottles of B. B. B. will cure the has a reputation has earned its her home 115 Bush! street Miss Riley :' of a fatal disease. i 1..' .,,

ireuit. Taxes paid for non-residents worst One case to three of enrsipelas bottles or will eczema.cure all humor In record. It is 'prepared under the works in a Brooklyn dry goods store."I But, HI the other hand, many thou. .. S
"
Lad rents and accounts collected. the eyes. personal supervision of educated am a good swimmer, she said sands of testimonials from grateful people

ritnsville the Two ears bottles and blotches are warranted to the cure bair.running of pharmacists who know the nature, "and of course I would not see' a wom- all 0 rev this country, who have been ,1. ....,
Florida. among
Four to eight bottles are warranted to cure quality and medicinal effect of all an drown if I could aid her. I hardly cured by the Dr. Slocum System of -
corrupt and rucniug u'cer*. the ingredients used. Ilood.s Sar apirilla think I deserve this medal"-New Treatment, and are today in tbe enjoy w
10. FRIES, C. E. erupUo-1 One or two of the bottles skin of B.B. B.will cure]scaly absolutely cures all forms of York Journal ment of perfectly restored health and r .".a

J, Two or three bottle of B.B.B. are warrantedto blood disease when other medicines\ strength, afford the most convincing ,
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land cure the worst case of rincworm. fail to do any good. It is the world's The P.r y Led dr." evidence that this treatment, aided by "...-
Two to fire bottles of B. B. B. are warrantedto I great sprinsr medicine and the One favorable climatic conditions and surroundings a I }1111
cure the mat de i>erate rheumatism. As tough looking a "panhandler" ai
legally surveyed and sab-divided. Three to six bottles of B. B.B. are warrantedto True Blood Purifier. in Park is positive cure for Consumption .
I was ever picked up row was
cure eczema. and all other chronic diseases F e ''t"
apping neatly done. Estimates for Fire to eight bottles of B. B. B. will cure the arraigned before Magistrate'Pool in the i of the Throat, Chest and Lungs. ,
worst case of scrofula. IN A QUANDARY.And Center street police court. lie and 11 Therefore, those who to the mountains -
ill kinds of engineering works. Dis- Two to six bottles will cure cataarh. i go
I others had been living overtime in the the seashore or to southern eli ,
BLOOD POISON.For .
uted lines a specialty Not the Only llasknnd Who H& city lodging house, and were, therefore', mates, as well as those who already '
this monterof' a disease any form Been In a Like One. considered to be vagrant He gave his reside in such favored localities should '
[HCSTILLE, Brevard Co. FLORIDA. contracted or inherited lst.2d or 3d stages, pro
ducing ulcers,pimples, sores in month thruat, When an old lawyer who has had no name as James Rooney, and added: not fail to take the Dr. Slocum Systemof '
skin but hair fills out,etc. B. B. B. cures the let will Yet Treatment if they wish to derive the! to
end of with that "Say, judge, me pn, yert
meets { -
experiences:
one q
disease! and drives the poison from the srstrm Ii I full benefits of favorable climatic condUl! t
"' EORGE W. ALLEN, never to return. We hare o -er:)") testimonials he declares unique i it it sure to be something won't see me ag'in. Yer don't want me lions and scientific medication.'u I ""'"} N + ,.y
of B.K. B. of hlcod Ioison. ;> I
cures by o one wife to die of broken heart
very much out of the common. young a The Dr. Slocum .
can deny this written signed! testimony. One 1 I System of Treatment -
ATTOR EY-AT-LAW nun .wrote us, "God bless you for eo grand a "I had a man come to my office the does yert Six months ago I went to Ireland (consisting of Four Preparations) is both a I ...
remedy." other day," relate an attorney who I and was married to the sweetest medicine and food. The medicines used h ..t 1
West (.CANCER BLEEDING, EATUCC SORES. bit of born the old nod- She'sin in it the
ey Florida. has long done business on Otiswold a girl on allay cough and lung irritation

Will practice in the United Statesd Cancer of nose,lip face ear or neck or breast, street. "to have me make out a deed fora Cleveland. Ohio. now, and expects heal the soreness and subdue the pains .
external tor internal cancer, bleeding, eating
State Courts. 9jun95 Mires,are all cured by B. B. K., tbe moat powerful nice piece of real estate that he had I me to come to her. Now, won't yet tetDJe in the throat, overcome shortness of -
blood.purifier made.SEND just purchased for his wife as a birthday got" Miss Rosalie Loew the law- ; breath improve the appetite and digestion d; .
FOR FREETRI BOTTLE. and bring comfort rest and refreshing _
be-
in
present L He is a bright business man. was court evidently
RALPH Eo SMITH, M. D. All druggists sell B.B. B. in large bottles at had made a good deal in this instanceand 'Itt'who Is story. She asked the court sleep, while its food properties ._pM. Fre COOTM Treatment. CwuUttaf '
'
$1 per bottle. Describe your s>mpu>ms and are building no the constitution, enrichF.ar Preparations, Fonnulc *l j
Free medic advice will be given. All correspondence wanted the papers just as soon as not to separate the couple.'ell., ing the blood and infusing the sufferer Dr.5locuBi.

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Address is plainly sacredly! BLOOD confidential.BiLM CO, 15 they could be prepared. Full descriptionwas said Magistrate Pool to Miss Loew, with new life and vigor.
Specialist in Genital, Urinary an Rectal' :Mitchell! street, Atlanta Georgia and sample afforded by the abstract and all "I'll make you judge in his case I'll'' No single remedy will accomplish all Write I the Doctor.
bottle of U.H.II. will be sent you by return went swimmingly till I turned to him do what you say" "Discharge him" this "but the Four Remedies embodied Simply write giving your full name, ,

Diseases. mail and asked his wife's name. said Miss Loew. Rooney was dis in the Dr. Slocum System of Treatment ppstoffice and express address, to Dr. "

Located at Placide Hotel, "Oh yes. of course-wife's name- charged. He grinned as he left the wilL More ti an a quarter of a century T A. Slocum. Laboratories. 96 and ol ,;
his has been devoted to perfecting this j Pine Street. New York City, stating that .
JACKSOSTILLE very necessary, to be sure I" and it was courtroom and kissed the tips of '
FLORIDA. of Treatment indication read this article in this ,
System : every f you paper, when :
dirty fingers at Miss Loew, saying,
that he
be
DIDN'T REMIND HIM. plain to eeen, was sparringfor every symptom in Consumption and the FOUR FREE PREPARATIONS
time while making every effort to "The party leddy;' she saved me from other diea'e? of the Throat and Lungs, I will be tent you together with tree
D C. H. PEETE, And the Botcher' Klndnr.. Only De. bring his memory into play. He had a jail"-New York Letter.She hat been car-nil. studied in the Hevel advice adapted to your case. '

came a Iloomcronc. rush of blood to the face. looked sorely I
EYE, EAR NOSE and THROAT. Helen*. to the o. A. R.
Perhaps the story of the entire incident troubled and finally turned lie back on
will relieve the strained relationsnow me while he looked out of tne windowas "Aunt Lucy" Nichols New Albany, oence," won for her the gold medal of Choice .

5C8 Cherry Street existing between the parties in inter though relief were to be found there. Ind., has just been granted a pension of the Salon. Her style follows closely that WinesLiquors 1

Macon, Ga. t. They are a certain down town "Wouldn't that beat you?" he exclaimed $12 per month by special act of con of her husband and master. She compo sea t. -;'a

merchant, his wife and his butcher, all as he turned slowly back. "I'll grew The St Louis Globe-Democrat ** with skill models with delicacyand and Cigars. I

and highly respected personages be blowed if I can recall her name. You says: "Lucy is the only female memberof colors with an even, agreeable but Guaranteed Pure. :>1
W M. JIcL. DAXCY, D. D. L. prosperous, tbe merchant and the butcher eee they used to call her 'Pet' when she a O. A. R. poet in the United States not brilliant palette. Her young children Sold at reduced
was girl at home and'that was her She served through the war with the and
being decidedly chummy until of late. a are always lovely appeal Y prices
Graduate of Philadelphia College of One forenoon recently the butcher's name with me tap to two years after our Twenty-third Indiana, participating in straight to every mother's heart-D m- i .

Surgeon, class 1872. Perfect operations stopped in front of the merchant's marriage, when I began calling her 98 battles. She fought, nursed the sick oreet'f Imported
Win,
wagon
and waabed for the others. Tokay ,
cooked
promised. Mamma. I couldn't tell her name and '
Hazeltine Block
corner Bay residence on Second avenue, the you from
Italy.
and Laura -.JACKSojmLi.E, FLA. driver proceeding to carry in a.big fat if it were a capital offense not to know She joined the regiment at Bolivar Revised A......r. ,

turkey, a pair of ducks a leg of mutton it. S'poee it wouldn't do to just call Tenn., running away from her master. "II life worth living?" was at one John B. Togni
He traced her to the of the Twen-
and whole sirloin of pork. her 'Pet' in the deed? camp time a ranch quoted question to which

"Some::a mistake," said the woman of It wouldn't, so he hurried away and ty-third but she begged protection and I the most ,popular answer was that "it Metropolitan Saloon, 123 East Bay St.,

tbe bouse as her attention was called to in an hour was back with hU wife's the soldiers kept her. Her daughter, depended on the liTer" Nowadays a JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .
the lull name on a slip of paper.-Detroit who was with her died at Vicksburg. poorly paid and bard worked clergyman .
wholesale stock piled on
the up _
FERRYJSEED' : the at WashIngton Whole**! and Kt IU .1
with
regiment
kitchen table. Free Press. Lucy was replies that "it depends on 'the
when it was mustered out and living.'"_Punch --- -- -- jl
The boss
"Jfo it's all right, mum.
'
"
accompanied the men to New Albany. The Largest' and Most Com
told me to leave 'em and say nothin. __ ,
basket and he spoketo \ plete Establishment South. 1
Number's on the T Freaek Women Lawyer. The Csa.e.
verefinux*yean ceo-tbeU fame ((;::1' me perticaler 'bont these goods.! ISEASES abort time
obstacles in the Browne
In Paris there are no -Only a ago GEO S HACKER & SON
grows every jrrartb ***abe > t leave them :
j did Told to
he
moot 10 relied ou-M.al...,. ( "Oh, yon way of a lady studying with a view to Smith was particularly prosperous. ,
the beu" kor BlUe by lade .; and nothing, did he? Well, you just .. ,
d..rw .y..wbere. tin' eo n.. !._.1 say THAT KILLCq1lu" being called to the bar, bat it appear What caused his allure TTowne
per paper and alwaJt1 worth 11. pack those things out to your wagon that after she baa been called and she -He neglected his business to 1ra ,

insist no' on rtak having-buy bem....r r'Nun.. -!:r/ again, take them, every cne, back and desires to turn her studies to profitable celebrate his Bucceaa-Brooklyn Life.
leas tided AnriDilUrree. /I tell the butcher that we don't run a hotel ftlion is catarrh
account her troubles begin A large
n a. rE'Un'.c.Yet.4 ,
II a... or boarding house; that when we of the lung number of barristers are not in favor of t'ndoabledlr.
order them, and that Certain complications -
want things we'll : '
;
; '
; lady advocates but it seems that a commission 1
it will probably be a long while beforewe'll mal consumption
&J' J S which lately sat to discuss the
- from him. / incurablt.Moet .
again want anything _.. subject has pronounced in favor of the '4
'Just leave them!I' The impertinence cases of ladies And it is this decision which il !

of the man." death from consumption causing emotion at the Palais de Justice

. 4\1IIill\ W All this was faithfully reported the ; are just now. The prospect of lady barristers t'd t
be and 1 thedirectresult ?
butcher was so mad that' forgot gowned and bewigged sittingin 'f'' 1
cut the bone out of the next order before M 1 of neglected caM -
rm \. the court under the eye of the president
A
and the tarrh.
and he mer-
weighing it, is not at all to the liking of the
1832.. ._ a 11141COTTON chant have not spoken since. The truthIs Pe-ru-na works harmoniously with old bar hands, though the young one, MANUFACTURERS OF
that it was the merchant's birthday nature to eject the tubercles from the
if L'Eveneiuent is to be believed art
IHD g when the things were sent, they beinga lungs and works bo successfully thatif disposed to welcome the innovation. Doors, Sash Blinds,
slight token of the butcher's esteem. there is a cure for consumption

SOFT SEINE TWINES. He had incidentally learned of what in Pe-ru-na Is the remedy. Onion*rood aid Medleln*. Wi Moulding & Building Material.
festival occasion, but Read this letter from Mrs. H. A. *
families II
a
A PERFECT STURGEON TWINED neither many the merchant nor his wife BO Tyner, of Four Oaks, N. C., about her No of more vegetable value grown than in the our onion gardeniU not "The sort of borne I want most be Office A Warerooms.* : Klog, opposite '
extremely quiet, no vice patient good
CABLE CORDS AND MACRAMC. much as remembered that it was his daughter, Mrs. L. Keene. She says: only as an article of food but as well temper and cheap. Cannon Street.Charleston .

E. EMORY JOHNSON, trw.ae 0.-.. w_ birthday.-Detroit Free Press! ft-ru-na Medicine Co. Colunrbu:,0. for iU medicinal qualities It U very "Um-m-ml very What you want U a S. C.

MOODUS CONN. laefol Information.. DEAR SIRS:-"My daughter had every nutritious and easy of digestion served clotheshorse-Ally Sloper. ,

- "Muggins called up bis first wife at symptom of consumption-suppression in various delicious dishes, while soup. Sash Weights Cord and '
last night and what do you of menses, night sweat and great ema- Baucoa salads and gravies are largely Am tnfortnnnt: "|..*....MII .'
DO YEARS' the seance her?" ciation. She was so low that none of dependent on ita flavor for their excel wan one of the "Immune" Hardware.
EXPERIENCE think be said to our neighbors thought she could live. lence. And they marched him to the tuna ;,

"He"Goodness told her knows be 1"wished she would In May Mr C. R. Adam, of this place As a nervine onions rank high. Theyare They Hut played the first along trip the b*way mad.to Santiago, Window and Fancy Glass. ; "

his second wife her recipe for who had taken Fe-ru-na, told me if stimulating to the system an excellent : For a fortnight b* was laid i

1 give mince meaL"Chicago Record.HoJInclnotlon. anything would help her Pe-ru-na blood purifier, a remedy for sieeplettneM. On his back with the JumUfo-th lumbato A SPECIALTY. .,;
would. I got a bottle of it and some Eaten raw with either salt tosugar !

rock candy and began giving it to her. they will cure a cold and will be II. was on. of the "Iromun." Palmetto Drug Store, J} 1tona. i
"Just bear Hawkins yelling every During the first few days abe was so found generally beneficial In their effect lie had passed through sickly Jun. 1 "
TRADE MARKS weak she could only take a half tea using them freely.Housewife. .- And lived to cheer bU country's glorious medicines
DESIGNS few minute that he ii a gentleman by persons banner. Drugs, ,fine toilet '
COPYRIGHTS c1c.. will yon?" spoonful at a time, but I gave it to Out when In* war was over soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and I '
_,Asyme.ending ekJ, _, a.htrb sad tcrlpUM' star "Yea he ha* said that BO often that her aa often as she could bear it* In raft And b* thought h* was In clover fancy toilet articles great variety ::
'Matadi 'ns4.I4L In our opoluG..Handbook tree wb4ttb.0111..0...au... be almost; believes it himself."-Cincinnati less than a week the could walk two ,V.MOB* Woman Point**. H. bad .llt.." weeks of.fever In Havana I 1(. HUSTON, propr.A .1r"1 I

sent= .. a oa aUQU. hundred yard and back without restIng Women alone considered Elizabeth "
r. _
Old. __q tewnn..I'Ia.II" : Enquirer. WM on. of the "&mmu"..,"
bktal aotk taken, without U..b ci.r.Mana., |B U*.eo. ftlCdu ; she kept,getting.stronger, and In Gardner, long the pupil of Bongnereaa Singing patriotic tunes N Bevls, Bascom, !'IL. :writes: :' t''
A fort of '.Iel.. twelve months she* cn e4 to Ue as well and now.hLs wife, is perhaps the greatei WhlU, 0'., the rank th. star of (loryII Have use(!, Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver ,,
Scientific JlItI rlc n. Sympathetic Friend And did your u&heC'nrwulnherllte. I feel,and so figure painter America baa thus far eluiUrsd.* Hedlciqe tuaay years; keep It on hand
:1i that knew about,her Uoojht: forth. .Born ,in New Hampshire Out h's DO Immune" beU..r.WIUI tbe like charm
tdnaaMTlil.aat.tewally.. Iarrek er. die peaceably? does every one chill and f all time. It acts a on :
husband the measles. r.
enl.ynersay.rl'I font- ...nUI...... aole 10enaaL,by.n ...NI"MUNN "idea$. a. Sorrowing Widow-Oh, I'm afraid iekneas, that Pe-ru-na saved her lite.Uy she went in 1873 to Paris, where And be'g' anxious out the Mrvtce to .* the liver. Our physicians recommend it. ,: '

lCOUII .. -."' New Yoi ,, not I W. had 'three doctors.-Chicago daughter's name is Mrs. L. Ketne. aojae jean ago hw p&1ntlwr. "Inno- raut.t.redt -Attaa r- CoatttnUs Think Blaqk Draught.' It far better than Zeilln'f and ':,j

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t INDIAN RIVER' ADVOCATE, APRIL 21, 1899. .. I

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-+ INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. 4- business they would go slow before
,
bidding $5 for a box. Some people Indian River Real EstateTITUSVILLE Agenc
t.
"have money to burn," and literally .
WBCKLY JOURNAL DEVOTED TO Till DB9HLelMeNT i4'4i 64141N0
throw it The above
away.
Or Tab INDIAN RlVXR, LAKE
WOBfn AND' BlftOAYVB BAT SECTIONS.' dinner took, place In the Metropolitan I A : FLA.

opera house, New York last POWDER

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. week, and it was attended by near
YOU would do well If have to sell and want It
ABSOLUTELY PURE you property advertised
I
and ad. In
ly two thousand guests, and in the bands of live tblthlll
of to
paper, free cost you, put men, to write at
CHARLES II. WALToN, Editor & froprletor. licsscs were made by Perry Bel- Makes the food more delicious and wholesome Agency for Blank Contract and put your property before the public.once

mont, Judge Augustus Van Wyck, KiT" Many sales will probably be made this winter' by this Agency. achy .
1 { Discontinuance of -.drift must be made per John 1$. Stanchfleld, Robert I). OVAl alww/e Mwoe 00.,df*VOM.day n

tonally at this office or by writing. Roosevelt und several other noted ,_ _. .-.u -.. ___ yours.PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to 1000.
ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.00 per acre.
individuals. William J.
Check,etc., may be made payable to CnxRLES Bryan to take part In an entertainment, to I I I Tuesday. Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of F
? H. WALTON,publisher and proprietor. and Perry Belmont certainly ad bo held there. Our ladies held their afternoon tea Gallic; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price, $1,000 ;
'. vertised the dinner through their ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 miles south of Tltusville. Will pay $1,onn '
and E. J. u
Memsrs. Vogel Spencer were here party at the residence of Mis.
and $2,000: next. Price, $7,000.
Address all communication to discussion. All year
the steamer Luce last afternoon.
Wednesday inspecting Wednesday
,
HAMMOCK LANDS::!, near Titusville, from $o to $23 per acre.
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, Courtenay. report a very pleasant time. One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2} miles west of Titusville good f
.
TlTUiVILLB, FLORIDA.IT. MONEY IN POULTRY. Mrs. Wilson, of Canaveral, returned Rev. Allen, of Fort Pierce, and T. P. pineapples, vegetables and oranges Prfce, $;';-10.00. '
home last Friday after short visit with Thompson, of White City, were pleas-
of Agriculture her daughter, Mrs. T. J. Thompson. ant callers In this place last Wednesday.We .

S. Department Flo. We have frequently called the The yucht PintA, Surgeon Smith, U. S. are always pleased to see,our neigh A v ES :::8. : ovRS:
Jupiter ,
Heather IJureau- bors.
attention of the ADVOCATE readers
Navy, was at anchor here several days, '
the fact that there is in bound south. Most all of and girls attend '
to money leaving Tuesday, 1 I our boys :
The following is a comparative slate" handled. 'ed an l ice cream at Eden last Friday Flour Grits
poultry, if judiciously A party Grain Hay Feed Meal
and rainfall for the Capt. Andrews, of Eden, has his boaton an
ment of temperature subscriber to the pink in Hodgson's for an overhauling. given by Master Ned LeTournau.It ,
paper ways
r week ending Tuesday, April 18, 181m. is useless to say they all had a royal
3 1898 Chicago, sends us the following in. Ills granddaughter, Miss Summers,. is ,
-1809- good time.
s DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. formation, which maybe of interest visiting; Mrs. A. It. Hodgson. !I J. T. Waters and three sons, who Cotton Seed Meal. New Garden Seed arriving Fres

12 74 05: 77 68 to our readers along the East At St. John's church, last Sunday, ,
sailed last! Sunday for lobe Sound, returned
13 75)7/ ,7i: 67 Archdeacon Brown delivered Interesting all the( time.
Coast who have to live "by the Thursday, bringing with them
CO ;
14 70 68 78 sermons, In his usual masterful manner,
61' 77 60Ifl sweat of their. brow" : the yacht Irwin, one, of the best boats
77 to .
15 82 C6 77 69 A commission merchant in this appreciative! congregations.Mrs. 'I for cruising on the river. Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to man <
O. J. Haines, of Patterson, N. J., I beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotation
00 80 117'k. and ; of
17 80 time Mrs. Frank Tyler family one
city has been for some past who has been stopping at Hotel Granada, i Lowest cash prices.
18 82 04 78 68 I Fort Pierce's prominent residents was
the of
question poultry left for Jacksonville where
'. studying Wednesday a pleasant visitor to this place last week. Office: 124 W, Bay street. JACKSONVILLE
Total rainfall for the week: 1.80 Inches FLA.
she wilt make short before 'I
raising and its profits, and the results a stay pro
Departure from normal rainfall for the north.Oeorgiana We always welcome our neighbors, and
week: plus 1.37 Inches. Departure he found were extremely sat- ceeding : will be pleased, to have them call again.

from normal rainfall since Jauuaiy. 1, isfactory. lIe now fears that the Brantley, Banyan, Tropic, : Miss Tula Parham, Waveland's promInent CHAS. N. WELSHANS
}, plus 6.54 Inches. money-making ability of Mrs. Hen Canaveral, Nathan,. Artesia and Oceanusare school teacher, id the guest of ,

J. VV. CnoNrt, Observer and her family will tempt some both all Indian shipping and Banana beans. rivers Low water make on it Mrs. J. T. Waters this week, and will

---- greedy monopolist to attempt the hard for the steamers and : call on her many friends in this plceI
Courtenay I before starting for her home at Stinson, '
make all CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTE
: PRESIDENT McKiNLEY has accepted formation of a hen trust. :Spartan: to landings.Mrs. Oa. ,

He first found approximately:! the Prttterson, of Cocoa, has been
Geo. E. Andrews left, for Washington
an Invitation to attend the I Capt. -
to be annual egg and chicken consump visiting Mis. McIntyre several days last D. C., last Monday, where he iH.. HAIR AND LATH # *
Confederate .
encampment week and this. Her John
who young son, ,
tion of the 2,000,000 people will for the base ball season.
held June 7th and 8th, at Fullsy' accompanied her, and he says he hasbeen'having prepare
lIe served for the league
Then he as an umpire
live in Cook
the of county. a fine time and wants to State Agent L. & M: Paints and Oils.Old .
Va. under
Church, auspices based the consumption of the United stay. last season, and will, no doubt, hold the

the Daughters of the Confederacy, ratio same position this season. 'Phone 8. }jut 13
States in the same fixing Hogan Stree
The steamboat
;y and' promises to deliver an address. The company's steamers, Mrs. N. Saunders, of Ruxton, is havIng -
the population at 70,000,000. Augustine and St. Sebastian were her pineapple plantation at this JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
\ i number of hens in business he can brought down hero from Titusville last
place fertilized and put in firstclassshape.
Do YOU need Ivafllr corn seed ? not fix.Eggs week, and are moored at Glcason's dock. Mrs. Saunders never falls to

'. Land Commissioner J. K Ingra- They will probably be taken to White'I keep -her beautiful place on equal foot- .
: consumed annually in the' St. Lucie river and laid c '1
City, on up un- aP' A FAMILY JAUNT
ham, of St. Augustine, informs the United States. . . 210,000,000Market I til further disposition. ing with the best on the lidge. ae z ; --.7

ADVOCATE that he has sent some value at a cent and a Capt. J. II. Andrews and his niece, ?i In one of our canopy top phmtons or surcys

1 to the agent t>f the P. E. C. R'y. atTitusville half each , . .1315,000,000; County Commissioner\ Houston has Miss Susie Summers:! sailed for Eau: + can bo enjoyed for any length of tin
all the available in town
No. of chickens consumed 210,000,000Market ( teams engaged, Gallie last Tuesday on his sloop, Dixie, o ; t without weariness. You can get moi
f', for distribution. Call value at 10 cents a hauling shell for the county road between taking In tow Capt. Geo. Et Andiews'launch solid comfort In one than in any other \

and get a supply. We uelleall pound, average weight five here and Melbourne, It is a work Lady May, to be laid up for the a sv: '' hide on the market. For the horsemi

the agents along the line will pounds., . .. ... .. .1105,000,000; that will be appreciated by every one, summer. They will\ return in a few ,t that loves speed, a runabout or as light <
and blcvcle riders who
especially are
have for distribution. Besides this out- days. can be constructed well-made and stronj
extraordinary
shortly some ,
getting to bo very numerous down here,, f i r \ he will find here at bedrock prices.
I put, the expert figures that fully! Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harris sailed for t ; f
I chickens Mr. Pomeroy was In town Tuesday, Hubs Sound last Sunday night with T. A. :. BAKER
DEMOCRATS not the only un additional 200,000,000) .y ti 's McMURRAT & ,
are .ones i looking over the prospect of changing Snyder and party, and returned Tues _
i are allowed to reach maturity. his residence from Ankona to Eau Gal-
who regard the Philippines as nn day. They both express themselves as Main & Church Sts.,

,': undesirable, possession, where wl'iare The hen industry is greatest in lie.. He will probably occupy the avenie J, L. having!: had a delightful pip, and are $ JACKSONVILLE, FL!
Iowa Illinois is second and Ohio Smith residence, on Highland ,
winter
at losing good ; delighted with the maguifincent
present many about 1st and himself with
( : May identify State for !
a third in home.of Mr. Snyder. Agents Sterling Bicycles.
i subjects of the United States.Representative activity. the business interests in town. j
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made off the hen .. ..._ _, w -
Steele of Indiana, More money, is The ladies who are soliciting fur the "- c
Dr. Houichton's dental boat,* Den'os,
staunch of the administration and her products than off the total here the entertainment, to be given Thursday
; which
a supporter has been past (len days,
night; at the residence of C. II. Racey,
f who passed through annual wheat crop. The govern. left for' Melbourne Monday morning for the benefit of Eden and Waveland-

a. Washington a'day or two ago, said ment figures on wheat last year Our people were pleased to meet the Jensen Episcopal churches, speak in CHESEBRO BROTHERSWHOLESALE
genial doctor and Mrs. Houghton, socially
of them : "So far as I am con. was a'total crop of 550,000,000 well the doc- highest!: terms of the'generous' and liberal n
as professionally,
bushels which obtainedlast as I donations of the people of Eden and
cerned, I would like to trade the at prices tor's business hours being pretty well
Itu x ton.
'' Philippine islands' for yellow dog; season, an average of 65 cents occupied while here. -

$ and then kill the dog, if there were a bushel, represents $357,500,000, Mrs. Thomas Barbjur has purchasedfrom The heavy rain of Monday night was
much needed in this sectiotn, aud will
'! nothing! else involved but posses. while the egg industry based on Mrs. Wm. Treutler the' lots. adjoining add hundreds of dollars to our pine- QOMMISSON FISH DEALER)

sion of the islands' the above figures: goes to $405 her property on the south add- apple ctops. Many of our growers
000000. ing very much to the spacious grounds feared we were going to have! a drouth

V Would it not be a wise move on surrounding Walden cottage, which are like last year, which cut our pineapple No./1, Fulton Wholesale Fish -Market, New York.-
-. Gov. W D..DLOXHAH, in his able continually being improved in many considerably short but now the

.j i v message to the people of Florida, the part of our East Coast farmersto ways, and increasing every year in fiat- crop fruit will soon make up for the lack of SPECIALTIES:-Spanish Mackerel, Sheephead, Pompano, Bluefish, R<
raising ural '
their hand
at
try poultry beauty.C. .
ail. is of the opinion that our constitution ? lain. Snappers, Kingfish, Trout, Green Turtle<<:, Redhead and Canvas-back: Ducks.
Ainsworth left for Grand
Tuesday
; should be so amended so 'as The elegant naphtha houseboat Buckeye -
\ his Stencils promptly supplied. References furnished
business if desired.
Mich.
Rapids, compelling !
Mrs. T. A.
with Commodore and
I ,
'to have circuit judge
a appointed
'tt return, leaving Mrs Ainsworth to spend
Stuart.Mr. board anchored
: and
Snyder party on ,was
'; 0//: for the state, who could be directed the summer in Florida. Mrs..Ainsworth at this place last week for several days. .
CLARENCE D MILLER.
hold in where has lived here winters, always go i MILLER LONGBOTHA
many
,p to court any county i Their many 'friends here are always Established
: Coibett reports that he will have ing north In the spring. This will be this 1841.
: a necessity existed, whether that pleased to have them visit place.
about three-fourths of a crop of pines on her first summer in Florida, and she expects and wife
necessity was produced by unusual fields not covered. Both the Mr. Dyers to realize restful and quiet enjoyment On entertained Friday; evening board Mr. Snyder the Buckeye,
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on B.
' I' crime or by disability of the judgeof i will also have- a fair yield from uncovered among the flowers, grapes and orange Dr. Moore,, of Chicago; Mr. and Mis. S. MILLER& CO.

the court. Would it not be well fields. trees on her well-appointed south :Saeger, of Ankona; Miss Tula Parham, ,

for our lawmakers to take this The fine rains have greatly cheered all ern home. of Stlnsen, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. ,W. II. WHOLESALE -

'' matter up and give it their deep hearts. There is universal regret that The Ladles' Aid Society of St. John's Harris, Mr. and' Mrs. J. T. Waters, of

, consideration. It seems to the they did not come in time to save our church, gave their postponed entertainment this place. COMMISSION FISH DEALERS
i bean crop-or, rather, that of our near last Friday evening at the Avilah, ,
",||(P,f ADVOCATE that the governor's sug. neighbors. using the now portable stage, kindly No: 7 Fulton Fish Market, New York.
I "; geetion is a good one.' donated' by Mrs. Barbour, for the first Sebastian.
Martin Young has to Cuba, and
gone
I r.: his brother, from-New Jersey, is carry. time.listened A large to and appreciative well prepared audl-and Special attention given to the sale of Pompano, Spanish

::..., IT is not the rule of the ADVOCATE ing on his fish business. Mr. Young auce well rendered programme.a very Miss Flor- Sailing ,parties .are the order,,,of..the' Mackerel, Blue Fish, etc.
writes that he has not seen much of day. REFERENCES:-Fulton and Market National Bank Fish deal
to rush madly forward and ence 'Hodgson and Miss Bertha Scott at or any Wholesale
Cuba because he was HO long "
.' laud politicians or any one else up tined,in Havana. quaran- the piano; J. A. Gilbert, vocal selections; R. L. Roberts has been a pleasant visitor in the United States.

to the skies without due consider a monologue, by C. Ainsworth, with in town for,the past week. J55f Stencils furnished on application. .
'!' 1' The work of pine shedding goes stead. shadow illustrations; and several pretty
; ation. "Watch and wait" is one ily on. Gordon Parks is now covering a tableaux' were special features. Capt. We are glad to note t.hat'the fish business

4 of our mottoes ; and this one we second five acres for Dr. Capron Mr. McIntyre, with his phonograph, contrib is looking up here now, and everything HAMMOND PACKING CO.

I have followed .to some extent in the Kruger will soon begin a large shed. uted largely' to the enjoyment of the ; bids fair to be a very propcrous ,
't John Taylor has a full force at work on evening. summer for the fishermen.G. (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.) .
t. case of Robert McNamee, the recently .i
t elected of the I the Eaton plantation. The McPhemons Kroegal made ,;a shipment of 74 OUR SPECIALTIES :
5" Speaker are all enlarging their eovcl's.I crates of beans Wednesday. This Is the

: House. Reports however, received I I The exercises\ of our Sunday school Tibbals. largest number of beans that has been !"Coin! Special"! hams and breakfast baco

"1 at this office speak in very flattering on Easter day demonstrated that we have shipped from here by one man. "Coin Special" canned meats.

1 it terms of Mr. McNninee, and it musical talent that can be utilized in Mr Henry Richards, of Ankona, wasa There' has been quite a change In the "Calumet"

is stated that a more worthy gen. many ways for the pleasure and profit of pleasant visitor here Monday. Sebastian boys, for the most of them hams and breakfast bacon.

t tleman could hardly have been our community. These young people Mts. J. Howard LeTourneau, of Eden, have given up swinging entirely, and "Calumet" leaf lard.
i are now preparing to give a literary and was a pleasant caller in our burg on some of them have even beat that.
chosen to fill the Homemade lard.
. important pos. musical entertainment, followed by reJObhmeutH pure
ition he now holds. Although a to include ico cream; the "Peerless" compound lard sausagesand

. comparatively young man, he is late fixed Is April 28th. all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
',; l' j known to the ADVOCATE as u man James Andrews has sold his fine pine- 1899'T TaU Papers 1222

j; k of sterling worth and ability, and applo plantation to Messrs. Smart: and --

p. "' he has been perfectly; outspokenupon Glass, of Newark, Ohio, and the men are WILLIAM CLARKS Sanitary Plumbe
now on hand cultivating and improving Manufacturers Agent, Samples Now Ready .
question since he be. .
I', every the place Both those men aro enthusiastic
came a candidate for the I..t>gisla. over our liver and pineapple industry
t. ", ture. No doubt our many Jack with proper shedding, Thereare Rangpur Carpet. Ajute Carpet in matting Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing, She

..: f' a few other places equally as good

" learn sonvillo he favors friends their are talented pleased and to that can bo bought for a leasonablo sum. patterns. Moth proof and cheap. Iron work, pump and drain pipe, bath tubs, water clo<


{fl.f" '-for well.known the Senate.citizen.-Mr. Taliaterro is Maine.The 11, latest W.Mr Treat, Daufqrth arrival, from at and Camp Kidgeby his guests Danforth Lake are, FURNITURE STORE, etS and Wash Stands Copper vessels of all descriptions re-tlnnei


I Since the above has been in typo now camping and cruising on ,,the' Indian TITUSVILLE, FLA, 37 Forsyth St., near Laura St..,

_ I a. telegram received at this olllce River Mr. Treat was for several yearsa JACKSONVILLE FLA.
in ,
Danforth In hU
.; announces the election of Mr Jas. the guest forests of Mr.of Maine. Ho U a man camps who I ESTABLISHED 1852.

y, 1', Tttliaferro."Wno has traveled iu many lauds and, like r;2F-: Oldest Fruit and Produce Commission House in Chicago. ..
t
I' any sensible man, has first seen much of FOR STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE I

our own state Of course, he is pleased ..
j said money was scarce ? A with Florida and our own beautiful St.

f\\, sale of boxes recently took place Lucie liver Camp Danforth In au ideal T. D. RANDALL & CO. Benedict Pollak & Co. Wholesale House

in New: York for the Jefferson Day place for rest and recreation.. ,

. ,' dinner. The sale auction ; "-
was by ,
). ,.' and the first was sold to Jefferson Eau Gallie.C COMlvSISSIO T., Cloth.Mosquito Ducks Netting and made and unmade, fine mesh. Sandfi Netting and Scret'
Georgia Checks and Cottonades. all nor
:, : M\ Levy for $240. Messrs. Ed. laid Early Vegetables Melons Fruits and Southern Produce bore, 41cU. per doz. Show Cases, old or new ones. Coats Special Cotton attention, in paid '
ward M. Muller and U this week with correspondence. Traveling
u Terry Belmont i L. Taylor up men on the road constantly. We only sell to dealer
paid $110 for the two boxes bid In neuralgia. p1.n.eappl.OS: a Sp 1al1y; corporations and botels. Anything usually kept by storekeepers In our line w
have In stock Liberal
terms
: by them, and the others went for Judge Oaulden was in town last week, Give aft reference: The Merchants' National Bank of Chicago; Southern Express and liberal treatment

. $100 each. If Messrs. Levy, :Muller consulting a client on legal matters Co.\ Florida shippers on application. Also state remittance,made In New BENEDICT, POLLAK & CO.,

I Il and Belmont were m the printing J, A. Gilbert went to Fort Pierce :Mon. York Exchange, or qxprcu; money orders on which there ia no exchange. 3'l. 3f, 38 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.



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',(lit'Irat.hteo null partl"uhran InjyPIKE: Curly dated to t.he aod scalp Kinky or hair.nalr Methodist Everybody Fort Conference remember-Pierce.this the coming week. fes- B B .F E R T I LIZ ER S. M .r


tivities.
PER BOX Don't forget to come. .
50 CENTS
The long looked for showers came last
=- evening, and lasted all night.
j SPECIAL PRICES

Kink.by The!largest ca'cllof fish on record 1 was m
flti brought 'In yesterday, the number of
( pounds being :a70l mackerel. 'r

-the- United- States Health Mrs LIllian Lowe Is now living in : i


Ad ARRACH &Reports.RICH, New York,' cake young town,every people In the Saturday enjoy Davis her and cottage Ice Sunday.Jensen. ,cream and:. and the N ..mix eapp1e Gro rsers._ (ljH


Sole Manufacturer fll
&11 A.rou.n.d. DF'oi'tlllssox: : ,

Price $25.00. WT Before buying the following Materials bo sure and apply to I.LJ

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Miami. GUARANTEED5 ANALYSIS: us for prices, and wo will prove to you wo can save! you money.
O. M. Snyder, with the houseboat

Buckeye, has been in Molntnre........... ......................... ......... .......... .......... ...... R to 10 STEAMED HONE KAW HONE
.P. Anthony Is absent for two weeks of late.Wheeler our burg considerably Ammonia ..................... ... .... ................... A to eEptaltosnlphatenfAmnannia .
Beach. E-t ............................................."..2etoze BLOOD AND BONE ACID PHOSPHATE
'11'1 Palm ..........................................,........ ft to eEgnaltnNnnel'nnepnateof ,
of Palm Beach spent Coon has completed his Job Lime............................................. 11 to 13 DISSOI.VEI BONE NITRATE OF i
C'G. Strohra, of painting; the main body of the house Potai>b K2: 0......... .. ............ ................-..............."............ 5 to 6 SODA
Saturf.l&yln the city. being a dapple with Equal to Sulphatoof Potash......,......... ... .......................... ... 9 to 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA '
real estate dealer amber. grey trimmings of lalagneslaLf............................. M to 60 'E-t
It A. Waddtll our E-t
In made some fine sales lately. The Village Improvement : KIT": Write for Special( Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL,

Association ; COTTON SEED HULL ASHES KAINIT AND POTASHES.
I Efforts are being made to organize aaeb.needed Brave: a very successful dance at the Town with at low ?
han C3T" Special Mixtures compounded machinery very 0
fire company here. on Friday night.; We know how to '
have a good time in H prices.
a modest way des-
| c.H. Garthside returned to city the
( visito pite cry of hard times.
laterday after a two weeks' withNatives .
at, Key West. Bean shipping Is going on at a lively Please Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for r,
;
I will in about two rate from here now. It looks as if bean Pamphlet.
Debogory H'
Eugene/( picking is going to crowd itself Into the
L sets., remove his saw mill from itsiiwen't pineapple season &a that tim nn,,,,. band "" .... I
'; site, Cocoanut Grove, to this pineapple growers- '-will orb;' givena LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO fll

y.! rest from endorsing checks between ,,

Dr. J. M. Jackson's lot, corner of 12th seasons. While we can grow; continuous .
treet and' Avenue B; will soon be in crops, spear mullet and have a pumpkinvine Teiclssora.vlll, Flor1d.a.: .
.diness to begin the erection of his that bears for three or four con-
secutive what chance "-- h -
fldsome residence. years, is there fora

I The steamer Santa Lucia is now in man to starve? Micco. Melbourne. a visit last Thursday, returning to i Southern Express Co.: visited White
An Hawks Park on Friday. City last week and appointed W. C.
It t, and will soon be taken to Cape entertainment is billed to come off
rida, to be used as a fumigation. sta- at the residence of C. II. Racey: Wave- ---c- II. .1. Illgglnbottom! ,: accompanied by I Klontcr agent for the company at this
'00 during the summer. land, on the 20th Instant, given by Mrs. Our Irish Joe is busy with his Irish GOODE A nnODR.-RcAl Estate and Loan S. P. Walsh were' over to Oak Hill\ last place, giving this place tho same rate a*
Racey and Mrs W. II. Harris, for the potatoes and they look nice. Agent for A'.tni. l.on.l"n and Liver10'' and' Monday on business. applies from Fort Pierce.
Toting for the change of court house benefit of the Eden and Waveland Globe, anllmllt'rlal' Fire Insurance. 8|>oclal
the Commissioners Our has-been postmaster is to attention paid to the Interest of non resi The
set County gone
been by churches. Au entertainment was givenat dents Mosquito Lagoon house of refugeIs / American and lint let Color. ,+
for tbe 10th of May. Miami is very Mr. Racey's just a whichwas the Klondike to dig gold. Look out' for -- to bo tinned Into a life saving, station.
--
(hopeful, and her citizens are doing good such year ago his return. Thin Is what has long been needed. The -
a great success and so largely Td A telegram' from Now York on Mon
WHEN YOU OO MEMIOITRNR call at the
(fork to win attended that they gave up their original Our Porto Rico pineapple plantationlooks Itnznnr Irl. Cha T. F. Campbell' Co., Millinery change will take effect about May 1st. day says: The British steamer Idranl,

Last Monday morning the Miami hotel intention of having: this entertainmentat sick and needs some strong stuffto Notions, Dry Goods,. 1..aIIPII'' ready P. W. Roberts went to Mime to nee which arrived thU morning from Japan
made and 'fOrrl Renowned
(closed its doors for the summer, and the the Town Hall, and are going to try brace it up again. Cornets,woven etc.,embroidery Underwear and colored silks, his parents last Saturday, returning and China, brought a small i parrel, said r

Biscayne on Wednesday. In consequence and duplicate their last year's success- Our town is settled down to its usual souvenir spoons,Stationery etc. home Sunday. Mr. Roberts report to contain a very beautiful silk combination
lie Conolly house has been crowded to ful experience. A most pleasant tIme is months all the northern everything looking well In the Turnbull United States and IIrlllllh.l1ag, of
quiet summer ,
[its utmost capacity. anticipated. hammock The Indian River country largo proportion to bo presented to> ...,...:
people having gone. HOTEL RIVERSIDE. MELHOURXE, FLA., .
real overlooking. Indian River: homelike accommodations still holds tho lead for orango growing.W. President McKinley! Tho parcel was .
of estate continues I
The exchange
and good board. Rates $1.an per forwarded by United States! Consul ,},
Itobe unusually good for thin time of Georgiana.The Bovine. day or ?6.oo to $7.00 per week according to A. Warnock, of Jamaica: N. Y., Johnson, at Amoy The ll.ijr\ was dosigned "
Several location of rates to River relative of tho late Col. A. A.
[fear. new buildings are going room. Six-rial' Dcgrauw1 by tho Merchants' Association\ at
lap, and next year's tourists will find people C11AS.T. McltKIliK rroprictor. Clms. A. Wlllets Jr., of Flushing, andS. I. Amoy, and Is of pure silk, tho American

I Miami much improved. friends of Mrs. Owen will be gladto J. II. Same, of Courtenay, visited our A. Illgblc, of Babylon, who havo boon and British colors being artistically\ ar. '

Mayor and Mrs. John B. Reilly! re- know that she continues to improve school last Tuesday, a week ago. spending several days at tho Dcgrauw rangt'U. Accompanying tho parcel In a
Iturned last Saturday from New Haven from her recent severe illness. y' Subsctlptlons for tho AnvocAiK, state'' returned to Now York last Friday letter addressed l to Mr Porter, I'resllontMcKlnlcy'
Kiniard has traded his horse .
Eugene the pink of tho East Coast will be
Coon, where they went to convey to his "Uncle Hughie" has some corn planted for the horse owned by Rufus Stewart.J. received at paper the Melbourne Postoffico. secretary d;
I list resting place, the remains ot .J ames since the freeze, that Is now in "silk -
I Reilly, whose sad death occurred three and tassel." Everything growing rap- T. Snell Is shipping beans all of the Lotus. -

(weeks ago, by drowning in Biscayne idly this lovely weather. lime now, and getting pretty good returns -
I Bay. for them, too. Mrs. L. D. Lockwood and a party of -
Messrs. Peck and Fitch left Mondayfor friends enjoyed a picnic. on tho beach The launch Eau Gallic was up Monday -
W. C. Barnes, editor of the East Coast their homes in New York. They Messrs. Chris. Houston, Chan. Dukes last Saturday. wilhti

I Republican, spent several days in our hare enjoyed their stay very' much, and and A. Wlngate, of Eau Gallic\ came. party.
Mrs. Soneff who has been the '
,guest:
Icily last week, looking up the chances of expect to return again next winter. out on Sund.iv.: Crops were refreshed on Monday
of!I Mrs. Hull for weeks left last
I some night and Tuesday by good rain. C
another in Miami. .a ?
newspaper We un- The Bruner Brothers went to Oceanus Rufus Stewart and son, Charlie, and Saturday for her Chicago home. OF FLORIDA, 0
derstand his success was sufficiently en- to and their bean nephews, Reid and Sam, pent last Sun- : About JJ'M' crates. of beans left hero on
I wiiraging) to cause his serious contemplation Monday pick ship crop. Mrs. N. S. Carter entertained the social I
Tuesday morning by the
of making our town his future They expect to send off a hundred crates day at Brantloy. club and friends last Tuesday evening Courtenay. 5'4CROWN "

I'one. this week. A pretty big job, that will The Misses Sadie Snell and Helen with cards and dainty refreshments Oranjtelll\ro a nice ,size and with frequent [
be. Miller spent Sunday at the home. ofV.. rains the groves bid fair for a (( DY ))
Mrs. C. II. Stewart and two children
Otwell at Bahia. largo: as the trees \
St. Augustine. Mrs. Baker, a former resident of' tills W. ha.ve'returned home from Daytona, crop are hel\V\lyladen.

place but now of Chicago, has been visiting Mrs. W. W. Otwell and daughters, where they havo been visiting relatives. Dr. Blgelow and wife left Monday,
Mrs. Kingman for a few days. Ac- ; Clara and Ruth, of Bahla, and J. II. after a pleasant sojourn hero of two JACKSONVILLE.
companied by "Grandma" Munson, visited Bovine ChrUtlan Endeavor social at tho homeof months. will
of Sunday They In Jacksonville
Supt. A. M. Taylor of the Casino is Wynn, Tropic, stop
a
hard worker-hence the of they yisited Mrs.I White on Friday last. aftcinoon.Mr. Mrs. H. 'O. Snedeker Friday evening, a fear days and then proceed to their
great success
April 21st. All are Invited to attend. home
in
Auburn
Maine.
entertainments the past winter. The quarterly meeting held hero was and Mrs. R. E. Mime and two Admission free < *

Rev. and Mrs well attended and much enjoyed. Bro daughters and little son were pleasant I). "Ramsey Is tho boss bean pickerIn
J. N. MacGonigle returned Fisher was accompanied by his bright visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Horton leave this Lotusvhon on Monday ho picked 14crates .

Nassau Saturday and night from their trip to little daughter. They have the sympathyof J. Stewart last Sunday. week for Fort Pierce. This happy young from o'clock 1m.. until 6.'HO:: p.
poiuts along the east coast. all in their recent sad bereavement In couple will\ bo sadly: missed here, but wo m, Ask your Grocer for

Until further notice the Casino will\ be the death of Mrs. Fisher, which occurredat hope for their return. I

open during the day only. The bowling her home in DeLand, March 5, ISO!). -Please write us whenever you fail to The yacht Therclla Captains J. E. Mr to and lose Mrs their Blsbco little had the misfortune bird. "4 Crown" Butter.

alleys will, however be both receive the ADVOCATE. canary Tt
open day Chambers and A. J. Goode, returned to Some horrid butcher birds came' to Its i
urn evening until 10 p. m. Ormond Beach. Palm Beach, delighted with their trip up cage on tho porch and succeeded In Take no other.

Miss Greaves, sister of manager Jos. LaGrange. the river as far as Daytona. killing It.

1. Greaves, of Hotel! Alcazar, will\ soon Last Sunday.Cantatas Cook and Simon-

leave for' the north. She is a bright and Dr. James McGraff, the winter rectorof son, of 'fitusvflle: with their fine yachts, TRY BUG DEATH ,
charming young lady, and her numerous the Episcopal Church, who has been A much-need rain fell Monday night arrived In port with Mr. and Mrs. Nor- White City. :

fiicnds III sadly miss her. here since January, has left for his homeIn and,Tuesday.Geo. throp two children and maid on board, -

Mrs. Deborah Shedd, who has been a Indiana.G. Gardner is the latest amateur bi- bound for Jupiter.We We aro having/ fine rain at this writIng ON GROWING .

season guest at the Ponce de Leon every C. Barrett, of Boston, who has been cycle ,icier. are pleased to learn that Herbert and It Is just what we want.

jear since its construction on Satur- here since the season opened, will\ spenda t Eldora Conkllng, of'Tlllman, who Is now at Oscar Nelson received tho contract to VEGETATION.
Roberts of was calling
day afternoon for her summer home In little time at the Coquina before going Philip friends Saturday, night. college at Kimberlin Heights, Tcnn., Is furnish the piling for tho river bridge -
Stamford, Conn. She will visit Bishop north. on improving in health, and wo hope soon 'Irv '
end Mrs. E. G. Weed on her way north.A Mr and Mrs J, F. Hathaway and their Henry Carlile says he can drive an ox to see his pleasant face. lie has had an Mr. 'and Mrs C. II. Rooks attended An Insecticide and
but he can't ride a wheel attack of fever. tho dance at Jensen last Friday and report
cart yet.T. typhoid
Brown and Miss Hathaway, ,
quiet wedding was performed in the nieces, Miss an enjoyable time. iIJ I'lant Food
bishops residence last Friday evening, who have been here since early in?March R. Frensley and Green Coats are. Captains J. E. Chambers and A. J. I
wecontractlng parties being Obailes L. left Saturday for St. Augustine and picking beans for Jim EnnIs at Indian Geode invited a large party of friendsfor Died, last Friday, the youngest son of Combined. l

Brado, of Illinois and Miss Bertha Rush, Asheville, N. C. Field. a trip to Troplo In the yacht Therella.Col. Mr and Mrs Henry Larson. We extend ,. II....u W.............,
r. r t..N aw
heartfelt to the bereaved
New York. The attendants were Miss and Mrs. and Mrs. Casper welcomed the our sympathies -
Mrs. Winters Mr.
,
Mr. and Carlilo and Robt. Chaudoin
tarn Gildea and Henry to their Fro home and parents. ADVANTAGES OF USE: {
A. II. Paffe. Rev; Talbot and daughter party pic pre-
Mrs.
cut of wood for
contract to
Chappelle have a car
lither Maher performed the ceremony. Mrs. and Miss Mayo, Doctor Brooks anIMiss Jerome a Feaster sented each ouo with a bouquet of beau- Work will begin on the town hall as Easy to apply, wind docs not blow It
tiful roues. the the time off, and rain will not wash it off. Pre
Sow that Brooks, are others who remained soon an growers can spare
warmer weather is setting .
tithe people here and from the interior until the closing of the hotel. Com. F. C. Hewitt left last week for from their crops, which are looking vents blight. Non-poisonous and will ,
not Injure Insect life
are thinking of the seashore and the Daytona.There his home In Oswcgo, N. Y. lIe has been Ono notwithstanding the dry weather anything except ;
row's }Ir. and Mrs. C. 1(. Merrlck I and the an excellent plant food, and will Increase
In this locality will be well pation- Misses, Merrick, who have been at the the ,guest: of Hotel Carleton for the pant Geo. E" Dutton, M. Scggard and I. I". growth of crop. Send for circulars and ',
bed During the tourist season just hotel since the very beginning of the winter as usual and ho Is always one of Christiansen wero appointed by the testimonials from those who have used
Busing most of the residents of the State season, ana who are old-time guests, Is talk of a stock company to the last guests to leave lie has a host Board of County Commissioners. at their It. Try It-It will do all wo claim. ,
have made money, but were kept busy, left Saturday afternoon for their home, rebuild the Sea Breeze hotel. of friends in Melbourne, who will look last meeting, to mark, view and layout UANFOKTII CUKMICAL Co.,

10> DOW they will be able to enjoy the in New Brighton, Pa. It is said that fifty rooms will be addedto forward to his return next fall. His fine the new publlo road running west from Or Leomiuster, Mass .

"nmcr at the coolest places. Hotel Oimond closed Saturday, the Colounades this summer. I boats are laid up for the season. the 8. Lucle River. It. J, :Martlnay, Gen'i Agt.Jacksonville

jjr. II it, Flagler! accompanied by.J. after The one of the most successful seasons Rumor hath It that another beach I Melbourne public school closed last Route agent 'T. T. Weltch, of the Fla.

QParrott and K- T Goff arrived here in its history. Never has Ormond been hotel is to be erected near the south Thursday after a successful term, under .u u _u__ ,
Saturday evening of S. ----- -- --- -- -----
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In 'private car No. 91, popular than this winter, the new- bridge terminus. management us Hopkins -
tom a more who Is of the best teachers in the : I
trip to Kew West. Mr. Flagler completed golf links proving/ no In- one
tlU' remain here for a few days before ly considerable attraction to numbers of Indications point to a considerable state. On Friday, Miss Hopkins gave
amount of building this summer, and her scholars and their friends'
Proceeding a delight
north. :Mr. Flagler and
9 had also been to Nassau, where,par-the people. some of the houses to be erected will. ful picnic in Palm Grove, which was The Monarch of Strength isLION'

okay birds tell your correspondent that Among those who have remained to be.very handsome. much enjoyed by all the little folks.

hi the| "Benefactor of the East Coast" had the closing day are Mr.of and Lynn Mrs., B.Mass.W Deputy Sheriff Sams came up from Itev. W. C. Barnes and family left here

eye on another piece of land. Currier and children the Coquina for a New Smyrna a few days ago on a col- last Saturday. Mrs Barnes and Mils r '

The number of prisoners confined at They have gone being to unwilling as yet to lection tour-parties having attached: a Jean and little Ferguson go to Coving- H

sort Marion is constantly on the detrease. short Florida stay during this, its most beautiful naphtha launch from Indian Rlrer. ton, Ky., to spend a month or more at 1
leave
Mrs Barnes old homo with her mother
Twenty-two prisoners were re- month.It IIlis'arln one of the sufferers !
r"'y' discharged from the fort prison. from the Sea Breeze fire, has been notified and brothers, they will then come back
The number of prisoners now under is hoped that when the Ormond that the insurance on her cottage and move to Miami, their future home, l : ,
ruard hospitable portals next where Mr. Barnes intend to start a r.JOt)' ,2.' ::..
5 in less than one hundred. Some nwiBe (H.lO>) will be paid in full.
lthose discharged had served out their yearn for a It will enter upon newspaper We all wish them successin
""jwnces, while others released oucount one that will prove as popular and prosnerous There.was quite a close race on Satur- their new home and feel ait If Mel
of good behavior were while serving in every way as has the one just day between the Alma and the Mischief bourne's loss_will lie Miami's gain, for In
""if terms. past. The managers, Messrs. Andersonand the former winning by one and a half the five years they have lived in Melbourne COFFEE

Price, aro the right men in the right minutes actual sailing time. I they have won the love and 4 !r it

|bst Community' was greatly shocked place.A On Thursday J., W. Johnson, of Port I friendship of many who will miss them 0
tenth Friday by the news of the sudden made on Tuesplace and Miss Lucy Knowles of sadly, but we still hope to see them .
of launch party was up Orange, ;;:::r "" -3.n '""""" ''''' "' '''''II 101.1I :
Nrad at three Mr. o'clock llowatt, which oc- for Messrs. Knox Huntsville, Ala., were married In the often, as they own valuable property I.., ."A 1rf

-.11 residence In the morning St.at at Diounpdgroveat, the bead of the Congregation church, Rev. C. M. Bing- here (An80I.v'rl I'VIII7.1 ',

lIowatt had on been South confined Charlotte to his Halifax river. Among those who went harn officiating. Its strength comes from Its purity. It Is all pure coffoo

:r1 less than a week and this were Doctor Low, Mrs. Wfteatland, Mr The spring travel of winter visitors is Eldora. freshly roasted Each and Is sold only In one-pound sealedpackages.
)( and Mrs. Hathaway package will make 40 The pack. .
besbad r.
Currier, cups.
lB1>e11 0( sickness which and Mrs. In full blasts Many of those who left .
r Miss Brown, Miss Is sealed at the jVlllls that the Is
iw.o"n In the fiftv-elgbt years of his Miss Patterson, and some weeks since, write back that they age so aroma never a
rj";The deceased was born at Prince Hathaway, Mr. and Mrs. Winters bad made a mistake In so doing; but Charlie Glawson, of Hawks Park. was weakened. It has a delicious flavor. Incomparablostrength.
fair and warm, It
The day was Is a luxury within the reach of all. N
Jan ward Island Canada and during bisttonge Chappelle. out-door lunch on Mrs.Knox'sattractlvelawnwasbeartllyenjoy. they do the same thing every year. calling\ on old) friend, Friday.

at! days hu filled m'lI.uy Publio Psl" and a' bountiful At the meeting beld In the armory on J. 1". Turner, of New Smyrna, was Insist Never on around" nor Coffee sold In bulk. '

*>*!1I8 were Canadian home. Ills re- Jd by ill. Mr.and Mrs. C.A. Bacon: drove Monday night, steps were taken: looking among the callers at Eldora last week.A None Genuine without Lion's hoad.
Interred a
L :lIe concourse of Jriday residents afternoon following from "Number Nine" and joined tbe to the organization of an electric light fine rain fell Monday night, does not biT Unn fnfr.. In iris ICO....
:Ex-Mayor Burgoyoe presided very ..ad bl i .lid tldr... fast ..
*'e company u. 0uw >*
torttgf.r / party. _____ and it was determined to place stock which was enjoyed, especially the truck I If your Grocer tut aUl..uballtlil.j "I.N It on. sal.! tir*, Ii not accept

In search of bargains, upon the market, 400 shares being offer. grower VotlUiON 51'ICE CO.. 1'1>1'"'I..,. ObUx
;riea8e mention the ADVOCATE when -If you are columns carefully ed for sale at f 25 per share. Miss Nell Wilkinson made her parent
ADVOCATE '' .
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1 6 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, APRIL 21, 1899.

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will be affected for good or eviL :

"We appeal to all patriotic citizens to Florida East Coast Ry.: r ', Jacksonville, Tampa

unite with us la the effort to secure for '

the women of this nation the ballot TIME TABLE NO. tOt IN EFFECT APRIL 11, 18W. 9' Key West R'y

the only effective means of making

their will felt in public affairs whichso COUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Read Up).

Potash. vitally concern them." lie N No'rl' Noa1l1 JOSEPH H. DUKKEE
Receiver.
: Dally
Susan B. Dati STATIONS. DaUl ,
: Anthony, president; Anna Ex eli I Jlx: .Ii

II. Shaw vice president; Rachel Foster aH.n..u...u..u..... acksonville..u.un..u..u..Arrive 'I4hp f iFa
A corresponding secretary} Alice m 10 b .rrl..,.................. ... ..I;&, ........................ e BlIp 945. ":" SOU I1 10 Effect Apr. 9. '00.i A'URTIINo.2tw2o _
E NOUGII of it must be very 10 gas Gave.. ........................8t.: Auru..tI...............,..!.......Arrlye 611up 11.0k t 21. No. 370.23 M. .
Stone Blackwell recording secretary; ., II lOa ............ .... ......... .. Hula.Leave "I 662p 1104& 'e5 ........ ... .... 78'I O--;-

,, contained In fertilizers Harriet Taylor Upton treasurer and _' 111J Arrive ... ........ .. .. .. ...: .. .Pala'ka. .. .. ... ..i.. ... ..Lta.. P.J 1135p ........ ... .... 714pm1'.:. .

otherwise failure will surely Carrie Chapman Catt chairman of organizing L P fi1!ds .1.0 ... ...... .. .. ... .Pal.ka..... . .. .. ... .... .. .,Arrl'fe (I"i & .... .. .. .... .... .....'
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committee, are the signers.To _7!hr 1; 4s. Arrive...... ..... . .. ..... .ass Mateo. .. .. .... ...... .. ....Le.ve 4 Opp 1403a J21G ..............920aLy..JACKSONVILLL..Ar'30am.., .. ... ........ BNlpm. '.

result. Sec that it is there. I "'i'TiiP c..".. .. .. .. ....... .. .. ,....8an"1fatfW>. .... .. .... ........ Arrive Ti iTwD 1061 .. .. .... ........ Stipm l166plII !.

.. .... ........ ... .... ........ .. ,.. .. 4.
the WII-'amel: Clubwomen. veu..u.u..u. Jlallt: aatka ................ ., eve IBllp 411a .....
Our books tell all about I. 00p TOOl'r.e. .......................... .Ormond..................,....:... .. .08p 713.t1'2 & ........ ........ ........ : :....... .... I. .
The besetting sin of the clubwoman II pI ...... .................' Datoll. ......................... 8 lip 791.421p .. ...... ......,, !lOa .... ) ... ........5 0ti pm 128'
fertilizers. They are sent somebody observes pointedly is her almost ........................Por'Oralllf................... .... 841p Islar 14'0. 213a .........J209y> .?..........8evllle. ...... a30am ........ 4/kPIll1l/
46p 1 alp ........................N.w 8mlrn.....................:.. 8 2Op 1110&10000p 505a 246a ........ 1228p .......DelA'on Springs... .... 246am ........ 41b i P III 101,1
free to all farmers applyingfor insane inclination to speechify 2I8p .......;................. Oak Hlli. .......:................ 2 4ap eObsI ........ .. ..... .. ..........Olenwood ......... ....... P
> and what is it is true. Without ap IlIIp ..........................Tltu".iIl.........................: 21)\p { BUa Sop 807. ........12Sip ..,........Bereeford.... .. 222am......., 8Mpm'e.45.
them. more ... .. lip q .u..nuu..unu/nCiyPnint..u..u..u.... 1 Bap ...... '72. a.... ... .... .... 1 2f1p Arl .... DeLand ....... ILvn... ........ ......
disparaging! the feminine lecturers who ....., 184p ................... ........ .c..co. ... .... .................... .. 12IIp ...... 620a .... .......1230pLv (Ar. ... ... 33'pm... .
shining lights in clubdom there has ...... .. .........................RockPedge. ........................ .. l21p ...... 708. 317a .? n... 102p .,....Onnte City Juno....... 210tm :. ..,... 3... I'DI !.ii.l
(,'Z RMAN KALi WORKS are ".... 1111II// .................. ....... 1II\n: <<.111. ......................u. .. 12110. ...". ............... .... ..., tt 301' ..... .... Enterprise .... .. .......... ........ 320plII .,
arisen an overambitions type of club- ...... n ..........................J4ftlboum.. .... ... .......... 1241a ...... .... .. ....?........... 3 15p Ar .....TITUSVILLE..". Lv .......... .... U 34Ilm .
P 93 Nuiau St.,New York it who collects ...... ...........................ltullf'l.nd ......................... a. Ii Olla ...... ...01... .... ...... 44i' ...........l\Jt. Dora........I... ...... .. .... ... ..
woman seems some ...... .17'\\ ............ ....,. .......[.f'eba..tllt. ......................... .. J16f1a.. .. ....... ....... 701p..Tavares .... ............. ... .... ..... ..
clever sayings, which may or may hot ...... II2p ".. ..........................!t. Lucle:. ......nn....,....n... I. 11098.lbp ...... 800a. 3M .... .., .135I'Ar........ 8anford..Lv .1.0am.. ...... n
be her own special brand on a question ...... ... .........................Fort PI.ru.......................... .. IIOa:! ...;.. ...... 452a ..... 2421' ........ ....Orlando....... .... 1201pm .. .. 215pm700a. ...
...... 141p ............................ Eden ........................... 1021. ...... ........ ........ 4 25p ...........Lakeland..... ..... 9111pm .......:. 12101'11I.. :,.;
o f the hour and presto she emerges ...... I.'p. ........................... .lea..... ........................... .. 1016& ...... ........ .946 a .... ,... .1101' Bartow 615pm.n 112Oalll..:
from her little brown study a full fledged ...... Ibdp ".. ........................... Stuart.......................... ".. 1005a ...... ........ 110 ........10 5o!1, Ar..Punta Gorda.Lv.. 826pm ........ 10 33 pm ...::::
...... 12111' ."."u..n..uu..Hob.honnd..u..n.........nu. 118f'1& u.... ;....... 811 ..... .. l13 .,...... ............ '137pm ........ 1000......,.
professional speaker. As the Hoosier .."... 11i1p{ ".. ........n..n....... "Wellt Jupltflr. .......u..uu/ 1I.uta:. ...u. ..... ? a.......... .. ... ...Tampa Bay Hotel.... .. .... .......... ....... .. .
poet would put it, she has "a natchnral .u... SlIlp .suns.u.n..7..west Palm Beach,................... 84........ ........ 8M ........ 6lOp: Ar..l.ortTampa.Lv ........ 010201m. :: '.
...... 1811p .. :........... .............. &).Ion .......... .............. .. 821. ...... 1I10n.Tbllr. 8at. ........ 9 001' LA."....Port Tampa..Ar. 2001' m ........ Thur.\lIn.&Tn
turn; fer talkin fit to kill" and does not ".... 8411 .. .....................,...., D.lray. .......u..n... .. /i2a..u.. TueA.i'rl& un'...... .. Ar..Key 'Ve t..L'I' 700pm ........ Wed.\at.&Mon
A Wedding Idea. appreciate that sometimes "the best ...... 917p .....................Fort Lauderdale:..................... 7228...... Wed.Sat&\lon: .... .... 6 OOa Ar..Hl1vana..L. 1230p m .. .....Wed.Sat.&Moa
f? ....., 10/p! .. ...... ................ Lemon (.'1ty .............;.... ..... .. G 8I'a ...... I
4, The region vaguely known to theaverage and hardest thing to learn is the tricko' ...... IOIlOp Arrive................. ........,..Miami.... ...... ...... "...".. .1IOa ......
I Dally t Daily except Sunday )Mon., Wed aDd Fri.
New Yorker as "np the state"is keepin stilL" No broader or better
BKTWKKX NEW S3IY11NA AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTIOX.KEY .
I Train leaving Jacksonville 9:20 a. m. arrives Gainesville 1M.: p. m., Ocala 2:10 p. m., Lewbo
unlike heaven in one or two respects. hint can be given incapable platform o. A_IONS. No. :l 0.4 i 3:50 p.m., dally.

One point of difference is that up the paraders than that given by the Quaker. -I ... .....-. .............. New 8mYrDa. ........ ..... ........ .Ar 121).jp 605p am11'al Trains 21 and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping for Cars accommodation between Cincinnati and Tam
state thereis still marrying and giving "My son" admonished the paternal O p 10IlJa\L. ......................... .. Lake H.1." .................. ........ ,Lv 12 lOp 'l\5p sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa open of passenger
\ ...... ................ .Oraull' City. ....................... .. 1:100p: 439p Union Station Jacksonville at 9 p. m.
\ in marriage.: Of course some commentators one "if thee has nothing to say it is .30 ,.. .. ..... .. .. ...Orall .Clt Junction..... ...., .......... 1155. 48UpA D.
W. G.
B.
COFFIN ACKERLY
explain the matrimonial stagna wise to say nothing. "-Bertha Damaris trails between New 8m rDa and range ty nnctlon -aU y except Sunday. General Superintendent. General Passenger; Agt

tion in heaven on the theory that only Knobs in Woman's Home Companion.A .

married people are considered to have W EST AND HAVANA.The .

earned the joys of paradise. But th;* 's Prim Donna'c Ordeal. steamers of the Florida Kant Com Steamship Company are appointed to sell aa follows:

neither here nor there. The point is Lilli Lchmann the song bird follows Simmer City of from' Miami 11:30:: p. ra. Tuesdays and Fridays. Arrive L Key A& Florida Central &: Peninsular Railroa

that they keep right on getting married the strictest kind of regimen. For the Key Writ to West 1:80 p. m. Wednesdays aud Saturdays. Train 85 connects

in New York state and not always in last eight years she has been a vege- and from Ky with From utearoer.West 3:30 aid .
Key p. m. Wednesday Saturday. Arrlr
the'good old way. Once in awhile they arian. She never takes stimulants; of Writ Dlrrot. Mural 6:30 a.m. Thursday rind Sundays, connecting with train 78.

think out a now wrinkle. That is whata any kind. Water is her only beverage. btcuiuship From l\flllml.5 a. n. Mondays aud Thursdays. Arrive Key Time Table in Effect Apr. 12, 1800.

certain young couple did a few weeks Her bed hour when she doesn't sing is awl to Miuil West 7 p. Mondays and Thursdays. Leave Key West 9 p. m.

o'clock.) She gives a stated number of from Navaas same days. Arrive Havana 6 a. m. Tuesdays and Fridays.
r ago.There touching HI From Havana sailing\ director Miami 11, a. m. Tuesday
was n church wedding, and hours on her idle days to gymnastic ex Kry Wot and Fridays. Arrive Miami 5 a. m. Wednesdays and Saturdays, p h g io AOG io A 1' io >, "
+ when the procession moved up the aisle ercisos. In summer she indulges in a a"uthbeund. connecting with rrtiu\ 78. :;:; :; =1IJ ;:!;:; rwral -; NORTHERN POINTS. -;N -; e :;1IJa h Wq: i!q

the people almost forgot to look at the great deal of swimming. The result is TbeiM Time Table show the time at which trains and boat may be expected to arrive and A A v"CI A _\v- A --A-, A A g
, ride because curious to hat; at 50, with her hair snow white depart from the several stations and port, but their arrival or departure at the times b2a b8p Lv Titullvllle FEU Ar. bop i2ii 22Mp
i5 they were so stated guaranteed, nor does the Company hold itself responsible for delay or ......
not any any 20111' 705a .,...' 6:11\1': Lv. St. Augustine Ar 1030a 9001' 1oloa430p :
find out'what under the shining kero her figure is shapely and erect and her eoBseqnencea arising therefrom.For ...... ...... 820a ... .. 8001' Lv..Jacksonville..Ar .1.,? 900a ...... 140p 9Ma ....
lamp chandelier the bridesmaid was voice is strong and fresh. Girls who believe copy of local time card call at 226 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, or address. ...... 11201' ...,.. 900a ...r... 8401' Lv..Yule..Ar ....,. 818a .... .. 6Mp 806a. .
sent that have voice will J. T. BECKWITH: Traffic Manager. J. D. HAHNER A. 9. t. A. .... 111101' : .... 985a ...... Ar..Femandlna..Lv ...... 730a.. 6151' 730a ,,,
carrying. Shq held .it out,, in front of they a prob- ....:. 71111' ......1113Oa .......1012p Ar..Everett..Ar..... ... S lop 630a ....
her supporting it with both hands, and ably hesitate a bit before they face the .. .... 8451' .,..., ...... ...... Ar..Brunswick..Lv ...... ...... 400p ...... ..
.., ... .... ...... .1227" .. ... 111\111'\ Ar..Bavannah..Lv ..n.. ...... 3071' ... .. .
that has be faced of
ordeal to by most
F bearing it with as much care as if it ..,.. ...... 6001' 123.51' ...... 120'1a Lv..Savannab. .. .Ar ...... 1145a 21\1'J'' .. .... .".
the donnas the old schools.An ..... 201laAr. C..Lv ...... 630a 12 4a ... ... ....
had been the future happiness of the ; prima of ..\... ... .. 92:1)1: ) 215)1.) .. Falrfax.S. 650a..
--- .... .. .:...10451' 3001'25oa) ..Denmark. g c ...... 310aI210a. .. ....
young couple or something as fragile. In India. ..... '. ... .:.... I135J ...... 6Ma .Augullta.Ga.. ...... ... 1120a ,... .
As she glided slowly by the eager Innovation ..,,.. :.:... ...... .3tlI' ..... 44.5a ColumbiaS.C. ...... ...... ItJ35a .. .... ..
:Mrs. Solomon"'Oossoon. the managing ... .. ...... ...... .. .. ......I12/ia "Spartanlll1rg.SC" ...... ) ...... ...... ...... ,
spectators near the aisle saw that she partner of well known Jewish firm in Suttee ...... ..?:. .... .. ...... 1401' ". Asheville.N. C. .. ..... ....... .. ..... .
carried a. small pillow incased in white a ...... ...... ... 8401') ....:. IIOOa Charlotte. N C .. 1020p ...... .16a .. ..
: Bombay and president of several com .. ...... .._...101np .. .... 10.7a Salisbury. N.C. .:..... 825)1) ........ .645a .......,,..
satin and ornamented with baby ribbon panies'in which the firm takes an inter- ..:.:. .. .... ......11271' ...... 12101' "Greensboro, N. C" .,.... 20p..5. 3oa .... ,. .
'' 1x>wa. But it'was not until later that .'.... ...... ...... 12roa: ...... 1 aop Danvllle, Va. ........7 ...... 15a...... ,
est, has been proposed for a place in the ...... ..... ... .. 8 eon........ 625)1 Richmond Va. .... oon ...... 11 001' ...... .,..
they found out what reposed upon that general's council-an astonishing ..... .. ... 2 ...... 32/i1' Lynchburg Va. ....., M1'....... ....
.. 'i'>illow When the minister got to the governor ; ,.::,. .. .,.. ..:... / ..... 1\281'\ Chariotte vllle.; ...... \ .. .... ".,.
' innovation for India. The proposal ....... ..?.. ...... .1 ....... 9051' Washington: .. ... ........."
point where the bridegroom or the best comes from a leading Indian paper. / .... .. ... ...... 4a.. .....11251' Baltimore ........ 355p..2 ... .. ....
man generally begins to fumble nervously 1 *;v u C ..\. .................111 ...... 21\1)a") l'hlladl"lphla" ..1......2 920p.... ....... "
It is due to her remarkable busi- SON FF ...... .... .. .... : ....... .623& New York .. .... .. ...,.....
in .
times in fruitless his various search pockets for the ring an oft-the ness ability and the fact that she has ...... .. ,.. .. .... ... ... 300p "... ..Bo ton......" ..,.... ...... ....

made great efforts to draw together the 8 20.,, .....; ...... .. ... 80(1) Lv..Jacksonvllio Ar ...... ...... ...... 855.74'
pillow mystery was solved. Turning triumphantly women of Bombay.Woman's JournalDROPSY 1030a .... ..... ...... 101211 Ar.... Everett..... Lv ..?.. ...... ..?.. sacs 61440p 1
1r to the bridesmaid, the bride- cyrh :..... ..;... ...,.. 1120a .... Atlanta,... ...... ..? ..?.. 101'101' 53745P
i ...... ...... .. .... 9311a ..Chattanoo.. ...... ...... ....... 61Op....
groom drew a handsome stickpin-so .... .. .... ...... .. ... 73(1) ...Cincinnati.. ..' .. ...... ...... ... ... ....
described in the local account-from
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the pillow thus releasing the wedding CURIO with vegetable No. 34 makes connection for Brunswick arriving,; Brunswick 8:38p.m.
.'" ring which had been fastened thereon. ( !U medle Have cured For New Orleans train leave. Jacksonville 9:20 a. m., with through sleepers a
,", many thensand ca+el riving Mew Orleans 7:40: a. m. Only. through sleeper line. Arrives! Jacksonville from New Cleans
Such was one of the little originalities railed hopelewi. In tea 7:40 p. m. .
from the state.-New York Sun. lays at leuitwo-thtrdeoralls symptomsremov Sundays only sleeper leaves Jacksonville for Tallahassee at 7:50: p. m.
up .
ltd Testimonials and TEN DAYS treatment tree.DR.
Ii. H. GRUB'S 3056.'Box K,Atlanta. Q* SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
Top Floor Kitchen. Nos.35 and 30 Fast Mail, Sleepers between New York and. Jacksonville and the iClndnn
Sleeper via Asbeville.Nos. .
One of the most original devices to .33 anil 34 carry through sleepers between Jacksonville and New York in connection wit
Notice of Master's Sale.
s l>e found in Boston or elsewhere Is a 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.
No. 36 carries Cincinnati Florida and, Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta an
i now almost universal one among peopleof Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This is onvtlle by No.37.
UnionhDepotu
::1 wealth-that. of building the kitchensof and by virtue of a decree of fore. a All Hogan will\ be checked from Tickets will still be sold at the city tick
beautiful houses the floor. It UNDER and sale Issuing out of the Circuit office 202 Street, as well as at the Union depot ticket office.
on top Court In and for Bievard County Florida, L. A.SIUPMAN, A. G. P. A. F.C. WRIGHT Dis. Pass. Agt., 202 W Bay S
; takes money to do it, of course but wherein Mary E. Degrauw as executrix the A. O.
Pass.
MacDONELL Gen. Agent.
there is plenty; of that sort in cities and estate Norman of Aaron R Johnstone A. Degrauw.and his is complainant wife Esther SAFETY I COMFORT I QUICK TIME I LOW RATES J!

when they care to spend it. Johnstone et. al. are defendants I will sell at
The kitchen of a. four story house in- ImbUe auction' In front of the Court House Finest Cuisine and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.
dour at Titusvllle, Brevard County, Florida The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers :
stead of being located in the basementor
during the legal hours of sale, on the
it would be in (new) "' "Iroquois "Cherokee "Seminole.. 4D-
under the ground as FIRST MONDAY IN MAY, 1809, "Comanche" "Algonquin, ,
New York, is constructed on the top 3puthernRailway
North-Bound.
being the first day of said month to the highest
floor. The kitchen ranges are lifted to i and best bidder for cash, the following Uenorib- Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide. VJI

the top story and the faucets and other ed real estate,situate in Brevard County. Florida From JACKSONVILLE! ,FLA., (calling at Charleston), Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. .
to-wit I CHARLESTON, S. C., Mondays; Wednesdays and Fridays.For .
kitchen furniture'are located in this of the .outh half of the from
All the north part hour of sailing.ee"Clyde Line" Schedule Jacksonville. and Charleston dally papers.
great upper airy quarter. southeast quarter of section 12, township 23,
south range 38 east described as follows i Be- SouthBound.Steamers .
The laundry is also built np there rinmng; seven chains north of the southeast are appointed to sail from Pier 2', East River New York at 3 m. as follows
and if the kitchen is in the back the corner of said section I!, thence run west to the For CHARLESTON 8. C., MondaysIYednesdays aud Fridays
laundry is located in the front. Theo southwest quarter of said section the 12 northwest, thence For JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays. Most Excellent Service Ever Offered Out of Florida.
north 13 chains more or less to
corner of the southwest quarter the southeast Clyde New England and Southern Lines, (Freight;; only.)

:>ok. who U generally relegated to'the quarter of said section 12: thence east 40 chains, (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) NORTH EAST WEST.

dark regions below bus a beautiful light more southeast or less quarter, to the of the northeast southeast corner quarter of the of "STEAMERS"are ,

room in which to perform the marvels laid section 1), thence south 13 chains more or appointed to sail as follows i From'Lewis' Wharf, Boston
the place of beginning containing 62: From foot of Hogan Street,Jacksonville,
which she turns white into le"R. to FRIDAYS.Clyde's .
by powder acres, more or bee being the same land conveyed FRIDAYS THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING: .:ROOM OAKS, DINING OAKS,
bread and raw meat into croquette. to John H Same by Catharine D. Barns -
it U lOll recorded Krevard County In Deed Book THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTLBULED TRAINS.
When the feast is completed
"N." 35, and conveyed by John H. Sam St. Johns River Line.
R placed upon a. dumb waiter where ,the and wife to Norman R. Johnstone by deed

dining room maid takes it off and dated April \6tbilt11'l. or so much thereof:as will John'River.. "NEW YORK AND FLORIDA LIMITED."
and Intermediate landings on the St.
be necessary to satisfy said decree Jacksonville Palatka, Sanford. Enterprl.eiFla.
spreads it upon a table. Sldewheel Steamers Solid Pullman Vestibuled Limited. Dining, Llbr ry Compartment. Drawtnr-Soom
In this way Boston drawing rooms CEO M. ROmilNS, "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE." "Fnl DI{. DeBAUY," and Observation Cars between St. Augustine and auw York.

nre kept free from the odor of cookingand D. L. QAULDEN, Special Master CA1T. W. A. SHAW. Capt.T. W. LUND,Jr.
Are appointed to sail as follows i THE NEW LiniTED."
is the embarrassment
Boston caller spared
a ComplU. Sol. apr7.28 Jacksonville 3ao except SAturdaYI. Sanford ; rpri.e 9:30 1Tbrough 1'-11.
of scenting the dinner which Leave_" a m, dally, except Sundays. Service strictly first class In every respect Vestlbnled Drawing-Room between Tampa and COW'
is to be eaten that-night. It is quit via Jac onWe. bavannah and- Columbia.. without chauue.

delightful to make a call ii. Boston Notice of Sale.TTNDER 80UTII BOUND.down. SCHEDULE NUItTIi Head BOUND.ltead .. "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."

without being compelled to know Leave 3.30 p. m ......... ........, .... Jark.onvlll./.,...... ............ A 2.00 i: m. Pullman Drawing-Room Buffet Cars between Miami and New York, via
and by virtue of an agreement In ... .. ..,....,..,.... .... Leave 8.00 P. m. Sleeping
whether your hobtoss intends having a 8..a. p. m. .,...... ........ .... .. .I.aJatka" Jacksonville, bavaunah and Columbia.
U writing executed to the undersigned by. .. 3.00 a. m. ........ ,.. ... .... .... .. Astor ......................'.... .". 2.30 p. m.
corned beef and cabbage or a simple W. it. ii.Gleason I will \ auction .. 4,98 a. III. .........................St. Francis........................... 1.00 p. m.
roast. for dinner and all this is accomplished ,tn front of the Court Houoe door at Titus. '" a. m. ... nun ... u...... lIere ford ..,..,........... .......... 01 12.00 a. m. Embracing Lynchbur, Charlottesvllle, !
the method of vllle Florida, during the legal hours of sale, on 01 8.00 a. m.......... ...?"..... ......Blue Springs. ...........,. ....... .,.. 11.00.. m. Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia. !
by delightful Arrive 8.ao a. in. ............... .... ......RanCord .............. .......,..... 9.00 a. m.
floor. theFIRST MAY A D. 1899, ,........................ 1I.ao a. m.
building the kitchen on the top MONDAY IN 4' 9.25: a. m .......... ........ ..... ..Enterprise Pmllman Cars to Maoon Atlanta Chattanooga, CIa..naU.LouiI'fUl. : '
Philadelphia has tried it in her fin to the highest and best bidder for cash the following D"winr-Room/*"'*:City and St. Louie .
described personal l.rOl'ertyof said W. Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville
"Y. W. 0. A. buildings on Arch street H. n. Gleason, to-wltt Cortlrtcata No. 61, for Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
They have found the top floor kitchensa se\eu shares of the capital stock of the East
Coast Realty Company of the par value of tioo W.. it. WARBURTOV, T. P. A., I F. M. IRONMONGER,JR., Fla. Pass Art., Cincinnati via Columbia and Ashevllle, Through the
marvelous success!1- PhiladelphiaPress. each, standing in the name of said (J 18180nlpon 6 Bowling Green New York. 204 West Hay St.,,Jacksonville Fla. I
the books of said company the undersigned be C. P. LOVELL Asap Fla. 8upt.. JOHN. L. HOWARD:Superintendent.Jacksonville. ,
duly authorized by said agreement to execute .Fla. | Foot Hoiran St., Jacksonville, Fla. "LAND OF THE SKY."
National Am.r lean" Convention in the name of the said W H. H. Oleason, TIIKO. G. KQKIC, T. M., a Howling Green New York. I-.
an assignment of said stock to the purchaser WM. I*. CLYDE A CO., General Agents :Do.%l. Daily Limited Train For Cincinnati via Eyerett. 1
"The thirty-first annual conventionof thereof. S Bowling Green.New York. 1' Mo. Delaware Ave., Philadelphia.IIALLORY .
the N. A. W. S. A. will be held at HELEN WATTON, I
For"'talJN1lnfom1atioll u to ,.tM. rhedules. sleeping ear reservations, eta, apply w
Grand Rapids AlrilaT: to May 4 inclu By Harry Patton any agent of the boCTHBiui RAILWAY or its oonneoiloas. .1
sive, 1809. uiar3l-apr28: her husband and att'y In fact. STEAMSHIP: LINE. I

"Our national life has reuched a crisisas
York B. W. HUNT Florida Pass. Aft, 319 West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.
vital as that of the Revolution or the Florida New ,
era of reconstruction.. The United StatesIs Notice. Philadelphla Boston J. M. GULP. V. A. TURK S. H. HABDWIOfcTrafflrt

Manager. ( en. Pace Agt., Asitt. Gen. Pas Agt.,
s entering upon an unprecedented: expansion WHOM MAY CONCERN. Notice Front Brunswick (direct), to New York. Washington D. O. Washington D. O. Atlanta .
ALL
of its territory. This association : TO hereby ; itapply is my "County PASSENGER SERVICE. March la. 1809.JOB.
has especial reason to interest itself U/ltie lion.aD. I... Gaulden
; Florida at Titusville, e To make connections with steamers, leave Jacksonvilleon
in the policy to be adopted. Legislative Judire of Brevard. county, Thursdays at 8 JO a. m., via Fernandlna and "Oov. Safford"
on the Or via all nil, letv.Ing -
Cumberland Route) Pinner en route.
action of the next few years will .determine TWENTY-FOUUTll PAY OF APRIL *809, { Jacksonville .:30 p. m.(V. C. & P.), via Everett and Southern
questions moat momentous to for authority to sell at private sale all the one. K'y. Arrive Brunswick 8:45: p, m. Passengers on arrival

I millions of women-both to the womenof half undlhled' In and Interelt to th.raCt.of the.Infant ot land lIarry lying K.nolob"a Inllrevard go directly aboard steamer PRINTING

our new possessions, whose interests county Florida, to-wltt A strip of PROPOSED SAILINGS

will be involved in the good or bad administration U d line wide 1}in seotlonh25 north Lv.Brunswick
south awnehiside Time.
)
S Standard
of the ot lot Lv.New York, i'ler 21 E.R., 840p.m.
of the territories and to as south range aa suit also along the north Fri )lar,al............,..........'.....RIO GRANDE. ........ ................Frlday, Atr. 1
U section :30, day, .. ..........Frldaf. It OF ALL
the of the United States, whose aide MwutnHM) of (1) one Anr. 7..ua... .".. ...... ........ .COLORADO.. .n.a.o KINDS
women township east the' panic being Friday, .......... 11
"
28, lout range 37 rt .......!. ,,. .,,RIO ORANDE.n.nnn. 1S :
sons will be brought into intimate connection a strip of land nine rods wide along\ the south Friday.rrtday1 .. >iur/.V.:: : : ...... .. ... ..'.COLORADO.. ..........:...............Fri4ty, 88 Executed at the

with Hawaii Cuba Porto Rico : side ol the two lots ..l>ov.-ttatn.d. *,. and Banana extending Riveron \. tatty, ao. ..ppll to aDl railroad agea'or&0
River on the west" general\Information,teamer .
and the Philippines soldiers, traders from the Indian east, and all riparian flfthta.: For iiAau. Q .... B. .,7IO N.la7I16.,, ;/..iavilu. ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.

and administrators, and thus theirJiealth FRANK O. K1NGMAN, I. H. H.RAYMOND ... Southern Arall&,Bra aawick:.Ga. > "
21. L Elver.sad 3ab Droa.way,N.T.
Rob1 Iu. MALW EY General AIUtrter
morals and business ,interests nur24-prU Guardian of Harry K. 0.31. ,



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IIOT..ELS--A11-the-year-round. ST. AUGUSTINE. Feminine til Ilr..dlB.. NEW YORK AND FLORIDA i

"For cousaminate 111 breeding said EXPRESS.

t woman "a mmsnd me to something

ATLANTA, GA. HOTEL MAGNOLIA I witnessed at a luncheon the other day. ; -
ftonthorn'
fjrl.nf'1' New Atl-the1'eerEa.tern
It'was a private luncheon, though givenin
a public place, and It was attended i Bvrvlrc. e

ST. AUGUSTINE. by several hundred women. For many The new trains, Xu II. 3J;| and :34, known

reasons, largely due, I am bound to say as the "Now York and Florida Express,"

$t ,OOO expended on 'Improvements and new furnishings this 1It'"Ion.1I'drnutie to the conduct of most of the guests, it recently Inaugurated by the Southern '

Elevator, Hot and Cold AVntcr Baths on each floor; was next to impossible to get served. Railway System, giving the best
also Private Itutlis added to several suites and Heating Arrangements through
There seemed to bo plenty of waiters,
are a few of the Improvements added this season, making this I service to the Northern cities that FlorIda *
but engrossing the that
to were women
popular house one of the most comfortable and well equipped hotels In the I has ever hl\II. Recording! to im announcement ,
those of who didn't
South. Write for booklet Will remain open until May 1st.PALM13U us care to thrust
<< recently made, are to bo
ourselves forward were left sadly in the
& AlncDOWKM.
lurch. Presently In failed a well known operated year lotiud.

--- -- woman and her three daughters. Marching In addition to Ihu through Pullman

Algonquin Hotel straight: op to the luncheon table Palrtco Cars, the "Xi-w York and Klor-

they took nn advantageous stand, and ids Ex Pf\'lIl1tt can lie IIIRt.'cJIlII. coaches! ,
then I her do It-the mother
MW slipped
m leaving Jacksonville nt 80!(
"a :: a. m. for
+ King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. a crisp bank bill into the hand of
= Wellington, making connection at
l '3" r Refitted the waiter and with
l newly furnished and under earnest meaning
e. eta ,
(I + 3 new management.: Centrally located glance commanded! him to attend to Orronsboro Raleigh, nulvlng;; nt N'or-

1 1K t' near all points of interest. Largo sample their wants nt once. Of course it ,work folk at ;:4">> n, m., and at DanUllc\ arriving -

S: 1' room for use of traveling men. Overlooking ed like inuglo. That woman and her nt lilchinniul a \0:00: n. m., end arriving -
Plaza and Monuments. A full served at Washington nt 7:1''
daughters were na was nobody a. m.,
view of the and breakers
1 : ocean rolling else in the room and from appearancesI making ('1'nnrctl"'lllh the "Colonial
from the plaE7.a Maths, gas, elect.rlcbelld
and n perfect system of sewerage. should judge that they enjoyed too. Express": for Ib,,stun and nil Nuw' 1 Eng:
yt The ninny who had! been getting attention
I.tntll'"lnt.. Thin
tinln urn \es At lie Iti.
Rates: $2.00 to $2.50 per day. Special rates by the week. through sheer nerve were, as noth "
all more nt 0:12: : a. m.; l'hiladclphLt,11:8.i
COX
Open year. C. F. Proprietor
ing beside! them, while the few of ns
a. m., and New YOlk nt :'J.1.:! :! I'. m.
-- -
--- ---- who downed it best to make no effort,
whether we got anything to eat or not, Tho united Stairs' Fast Mnll lu inns.

THE ABBEY ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.Naar felt that we merely made an effective 3i: and 'ilr\ irmaln unchanged, leaving nt

HOTEL ARAGON ATLANTA, GA. the City: Gates. St. George Street. background I must confonff, though, 8:00: )p. m. for I ho North

The Palace Hotel of the South. that we watched the scene with inter For further Infoimntion ns to tales,

American and European plans. We cordially invite the patronage of the best Hot Sulphur Daths free to guests. Electric Dells. Hates, $2.00 per day. eat It isn't often that you HOO women sleeping car rcociviittotis, apply to nuyngent
Commercial, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located o anxious for a meal that they are
only three blocks lines
connecting
Special rates by the week or or to Robert W.Hunt ?
torn Union depot, at highest; point in city and away from all noise, dirt and smoke season.LOCKWOOD willing to tip the waiter at n private
from trains. Every modern Improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelled ,- A TEA!!EN, Proprietors. luncheon. "-PhiludtJlphllTimes.. Florida; l'nssongevAgent,212; :! :! West
Many hotel in the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Rates, American plan Hay St., JacknonvllN', Fla. 1 llapr-lijul!
,
$1 50 day; European plan 1.00 to $3.00 -- -. .
$&50 to per per day Wnmnt'B ISntploymrnt. -- ---

GEO. W. COLLIER, Jr., Manager. PLAZA HOTEL'ST.. AUGUSTINE, FLA. The English woman has a variety of When you ask f"r Dr. 11 I. A. Simmons

ways of making a living-none of them Liver Medicine, see Unit you get It and!

This hotel is now open for ROOMS ONLY. It is centrally located, near very remunerative except acting and l not some worthless! imitation ( '

Holland ATLANTA, GA. Postoffice; Bank and Cathedral. novel writing, If we are to believe "A td ;
fc I Rooms, 50cts to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to $6.00 per week' Dictionary of Employments Open to Congressman John Mm ray :Mitchell) of

27-29 Auburn Avenue.Two V. D. SANCHEZ, Manager., Women, just issued in London. If she New YOlk, 11111 most C'nlllll.lnlotiollerl- )

i is a successful novel writer, she may be man. Ills bike Is of the most expensive
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Blocks from Union depot All Modern Conveniences. TITUSVILLI3. paid $00,000 for a book, although $600is make, nil are nil Us ncctsHoilcn, Including
the usual price. If she i is a popular "
:MRS. F. A. VOORHEES, Proprietress her income will be n $10 lamp.
actress, $600 a .. '
Rates, $1.00 to $1.50 per day. rhone IG29. INRIAN' :J7'Ee: : :IOTEI..J, week ; if a star, much more. The pro- NO -Right- --(-U-Ugliness---- :,,
feNdions are lightly touched upon. She

Ai :' .., -. _j,--." .,.' I C '..fIDW.,.d., .pIf >.->. !i'h 'tt.: :. _._ may not be a lawyer, and her chancesof Tho womnn who IH |IfI\'II In form ami *|;
_"9..j'i.J. -...., .... I -<<'tHf r.'x."f :... "'..', --_ ... I I I USVILLE., success as a doctor or a dentist are temper will nlnny.ii have friends, but one 4
LITIIIA SPRINGS, GA. ->-_':'.. -- __,' ,._ ,''_.,.w"l' : ,.;_.tL"L ,: not painted In glowing colors. As bank who would nttr.iellvo meat keep her '.4
,, .r !' sickly
r .1 'ftr"
"I INDIAN RIVER, ers, brokers, hotel keepers, steamboat
; -=" -: inn down, she will I be nervous and InItalllE' V3
; .": captains, city officials or farmers-all .
..J.' "s. If Mho has '
the Swetwater Park Hotel LITIIIA SPRINGS, GA. I--:: -,- .. P[,; :,I' FLORIDA popular employments in this lend of tiouliliher cunHllpntlnii or kidney ,;
,,.. .... "j'I' : lmpi.ro Mood will cause
MOST __ .- r
BEAUTIFUL *
RESORT HOTEL jf..' is. mad
.. mention
-ncarcnly
;' '. -- ;.-" i" _.' ./: women a pimples' blotches, skin l eruptions and a 'j
AND GROUNDS IX THE STATE. -- -.t=,) r.io. HAST, Among the odd "profe lons" of the wretched complexion. Electric Hitters ? '
Situated twenty miles west of Atlanta, on main line of Southern Railway A 2.1V'::::. f English working woman Is card len IN the best iiK'tilrlnu/( In the world to rcgulato .><
commodious, modern, high-grade hotel; steam heat; electric lights Cuisine Manager. stomnch liter and .*
and
unexcelled. The Ill' lug. A lady of genteel appearance engages kidneys to ,
wonderful Bowden Ltthla Spring and its healthproducing r.rt *
t'nrifythebhanl. It
bath. ,, : to leave visiting curd*-not her gives strong nerves 'oJ
under the roof.Magnificent Turkish bath house in connection with hotel and o "'j.t"Ir-i 1; ''!ii 1'I\ .r' Open nil the 1 car. own-on the friends of women of ninny biklit even, smooth, velvety skin,. rich \; ,
same massage, vapor, electric and needle baths. lriwr.Jinl I' eotiiplexlon. It will make '
{Write for Illustrated Booklet. flI Ilii' '''I 'E : : : ""I i i1f.foJ I u 1i I I.r I. social engagements. She charges $1 a n goodlookIniT ,
JAMES ,
E. IIICKEV "/ "
Proprietor '
charming
of run-down
: : '. woman n In- j
Lithla Springs, Gar i f1f"qll JwaithtiNNUa$ day nnd her traveling expeiines. Dog vull l. Only 50o at F. S. ChnlTeo's drug ]
Dry atmosphere, beautiful drives, every facility for outdoor sport mnr; ;r.I 1 o ,u. Only a few minutes walk walking is another ladylike way of BlOI'll. /
f i Wtf,, ,twN, i' ; t );i from Railway Stations and making an honest penny. Fifty centsan

J;P;; a I : '' ;! I 1. I'r.r.. .:? "JI ""IU /Steamboat Landings. hour is the usual pay, More enterprising As n rule the ruin who necks yourfilendnlilp ,
On the banks of the f.ir-
.f a women keep bees or poultry, '
JACKSONVILLE. p. nc1I'I I' ;
linn motive In
i.me .. n view The
: -
.. famed Indian River.
':PJ ....._..__ ",4-O;: : breed Shetland ponies, cats and dogs, who dues has
woman
HO usually two or
run tearooms and bloycle rents or per '

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. form the duties of table decorators, three of them.. -Chicago Xows. '.1 .

1. JAMES. Season 189S-1809. Open Dec. 18, 898. WEST PALM IIKACIf.The house furnishers or. churchwardens.llardnorkcd .',,,1 .

Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine ,)
.
The St. James needs no introduction to visitors of Florida. From a small itar..I l.ndlri. r'leais) I the complexion, gives buoyancy to .' i
beginning in 1809, the St. James has increased in size and added to its appoint- WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. The Princess of Wales, during the the mind, cures headache, regulates ',*':
cents with increasing popularity of the tourists' travel to Florida. Palms London seacou, is one of the hardest stomach, bowels and liver, ,;;;
The location is unsurpassed, being on the highest ground in Jacksonville, 'A first-class hotel situated on beautiful Lake worked women In England. She rarely
wine the St. James Park. opposite Royal Polnciana. Electric! lights 1
Baggage checked to all points. electric bells, baths, etc. $2,'$U.50 and $3 per day. Special rates by week gets to bed before 2 a: m. After her re. FKii; : OF (JIIAHOIr '

Its music, as in the past seasons, will be furnished by Prof. Ed Prouty's Orchestra The Palms, West Palm Beach, Fla. tarn about; midnight from the entertainments -- -- I
and will be of the high grade. This house, as in the past, is under the at which her presence Is a necessity Any ndult suffering from a cold settled "'
management of J. R. Campbell,'and everything will be done for the comfort and I she! takes the hours from I 12 to 2 to on the breast, bronchitis throat or lung .,

Pleasure of its guests. Address by mall or telegraph, HIS BAD LUCK.It Prom Colorado. write private letters, because she has HO troubles of any natuie, who will call at ..t
J. R. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla. T..tlmon little time during the day. When her Fred M. Chnffce's drug store, Tltusvlllo, '
Would &e4oW'l Good Lack to Other. Mrs. Katherine A. O. Patterson of children were young, she made it a rule or J. 1'. Cooper's drugstore, Cocoa, Fla., I
bat dot to ruin Denver wife of the editor and proprietor to breakfast at 8:80: a. m., so as to go will bo presented with a sample bottle of .1

"When a p .,* mlst is born a pessimist of The Rocky Mountain News in into the schoolroom at 0 o'clock to inspect IloNcheo's German Syrup, free of charge 1
JACKSONVILLE FLA. response to nn inquiry recently addressed the written the Only one bottle given to one person, and ',' ,
Hotel be naturally has to live aud die a "copies" ou previous -
Plaeide Post none to children without order from
Pitt
pessimist. I suppose" remarked a club. to her by the burg repliedin day.Queen ;
parents
J New Management. woman in that pleasant half hour of social part as follows: Victoria though aged and infirm No throat lung had ;- -
or remedy ever
'chat which sometimes follows a As to the conditions of the participation never goes to bed before 12 and is such a sale ns llonchee's German Syrup

Centrally Located. Most comfortable hotel in the city. All conveniences. club adjournment. Uocl Elisba is a of women in Colorado campaigns, awakened soon after ?a.m. During the In all pints of tlii civilized world. Twenty -
Unexceptionable cuisine. 'Bus meets all trains. Ample Sample Room accom- born petjsimitft, and nothing else can be it is to be recorded that they are subject day she is so fully occupied that she years ago millions of bottles wore '"

modations for Commercial men. Rates, $2.50Ier day. made out of him. lie owns orange during its course to no rude asra- i hit* no time to lie down and rest as most given away, and your druggists will toll ,"r
Conducted under the able and efficient management of groves in Florida and spends the greater ciations. In the stress of partisan struggles well to do women have at her age. you Its success was marvelous It Is 'I
part of his winters down there. Every that necessarily precede an election The'emperor of Germany rises at 6 inrammer really the only throat and lung remodr"j

P. TISCIILER, Proprietor and Owner. winter in Florida-think of itl! That women of public spirit and good posi at 6 in winter, and as he expects generally endorsed by physicians. One 1
him but it tion are chosen to direct the political the to his coffee 75 cent bottle will cure orJrovelts value. 1
ought to make happy, empress prepare Sold
by dealers In .. ,
doesn't. His letters are generally de meetings) of women and it is the rnle herself she has to get up equally early. ..'
New pressing chronicles of bad crops and that from the precinct; parlor meetings, The late empress of Austria was perhaps --- '
preliminary to primaries, to the parlor nr-Wo would esteem the favor If our .I
The Travelers' Hotel. good priced or good crops and bad the earliest riser of all the royal '
headquarters kept open exclusively for her. readers, when writing or calling upon \
prices-anything to keep himself in a personages of Europe. She allowed
II Management our advertiser to purchase merchandise ',
good stock of ready made misery. This women citizens their meetings closely self only the short sleep to be snatched etc, would mention the ADVOCATE. >

fall, however, to our great surprise, he resemble their accustomed club assemblies. between 11 p. m. and 8a.m. After ;:..II ,
FELIX GARCIA, Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. wrote on his arrival an almost cheerful There are, beside, women's pure- that the was up and insisted on her suit )

letter, announcing, without any palliating ly political clubs of every party, whose being up also.-Exchange. :;
drawbacks that be was going to seasons of activity coincide with cam- FREECONSULTATION
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. have an elegant crop of oranges this paign seasons. During then times also The Matron or lloaor. : :

THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA year-the very largest and finest bit many a friendly tete-a-tete upon the tit- The matron of honor, as a rival to the .:. ';

rr Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the! Travelers groves bad ever produced. Though rejoicing nation or brief persuasive plea for can- maid of honor, seems to have established ,"'J:{
in his good fortune, I wrote didate or measure is heard in some herself pretty securely. At some wlth'our homo treatment We are '

-- jocosely, expressing! my delighted quiet corner of hall or library where of the weddings the two divide the physicians, I\DIou get the benefit ;

amazement that at last something had people meet in amiable mood at social honors between them, but one of the of our experience No matter what '"

BETEL! JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Opposite gone the'way he wanted it; that he was receptions. In the great political mans winter bride. was attended, or preceded your trouble Is, how simple or how ,,.
OXFORD St. James Hotel. really in a state of genuine pleased meetings the proportion of women in rather, by a matron of honor, without
hopeless we can do good and
satisfaction. His letter in reply, how- attendance is no greater than in the any maids at all The introduction of you ,
Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and ever, recorded his usual and normal campaigns before their"opinions beganto the matron as an attendant for a bride If we can't we will honestly tell you "

homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant drop in temperature. The other letter be counted at the ballot box. has been welcomed by girls who have so. Thousands of tired, weary, sick .

80n stay Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jack- bad been merely an attack of cheerful If in all this Colorado women although single strong friendship. Hitherto the and hopeless people have been entirely ,

vllle. MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. mental aberration. 'No,' wrote Uncle graciously allowed to agree with tint one to marry has enjoyed having and permanently cured by v
Elisha, 'I am not pleased, after all. Of I II masculine managers, have yet little her friend as maid of honor, while the
-- I coarse the orange crop is fine-unu.ual-I choice in the construction of the tickets maid of honor, when she became her COMPOUND ;

!. ly fine-but 1 know what that means. It i placed before them or in the directionof self a bride, was forced to be content
r Ilie Andrea JACKSONVILLE, FLA. means that the trees will bear themselves I campaign matters they are content, with some less intimate acquaintance OXYGEN }

House No. 318 Newnan St. out this year and next year they through the still, small voice of the bal- as an .t&eudal1t.-Uup4Ir' Uazar.
won't have any fruIt on at all. Just lot to do their part with what patience Why not take heart again and Investigate

American and European. Rates, $1.00 per day. Rooms, without board 50c. my luck.' they may toward the coming of better Why W. Throw Sha. After a Drill. this great principle. We have
per day Streetcars passing house con- times when, after their own day, of old ihoes. thousands of testimonials. Send for
| Special rates to permanent guests. ? "Now, what can one do with a man even The camera throwing 1,
nect with trains and boats.: Ask conductor to stop at ho. 318 and Newnan M.Mns. like that?"-Detroit Free Press. prrhai only after generations of use, and rice has prevailed for many years book on home treatment, wonderful
D. A. ANDREU, owner Proprietor. woman' band shall have come and Scotland. It
'prentice in America, England cure. to the sick, eta, free ,' .
SBOteI
-- Miss Estelle Reel of Wyoming, Unit to be often the guiding hand and the came from the eastern nations and was
beneficent wisdom of the "eternal womanly' originally Intended as a sign of relin-
Indian
FLA. ed States superintendent of DRS. STARKEY & PALEN
G JACKSONVILLE, schools, in her anneal report lays em- hall have' been found as indispensable quisbment by the relatives of, their au ,
UuilUldi Cor. Forsyth an<\ Cedar Streets. the of in the state as in the home. thority over the bride. An old Jewish +
pbacis desirability giving
upon
1112 Glrard St. lhl1n.a..
Gas custom provided that a brothel of a ,
Completed In 1805.) Modern Improvements, baths! etc., on every floor. industrial training a foremost place in
end electric Artistically and elegantly furnished.< Indian education. She also pleads for childless man had the first privilege of Ot IT feb 100Virginia {
lights, passenger elevator. tlr8t-clalo8' Under an old law of Maryland, seldom
low rates for marrying the widow, and until her
for
looking; industrial education for
cognizing the fact that Tourists are young women.
reasonable prices by the week, if ever used, a man named Tucker brother-in-law refused her she could
accommodations, this house is making very Uc Uon. who killed another named Johnson, "in
month "-n. rates on ap > not again. Another authority
or season. Rates day, $2.00. The fad for wearing ooral jewelry and marry .a
per "
TERRY Prop. Is the widow Homes
to $3,000
b1RS. J. C. desire the has for a fight, pay maintains that the throwing the shoe
the great publio beingin
and her children $2,000. A jury so decided -
: the fashion and at the same time not was I sham assault oil the groom, who a
at Baltimore after a week's trial was supposed to be carrying off e
investing all its money for the fad baa Ab.brideWoman's ,
OIUMOND.COODINA led to the moanting of coral In silver Home Companion.
'--- "Not a song bird bat In stock" is You learn all about Virginia Lands,

for cuff links posted on frequent bulletins through Miss Elizabeth Oeddeo the nurse who Its resources, products, mode of cultivation

ijOTBL ORUOND-BY.THE-SEA, FLA. Mina LJ11 Lehmsno the well known the millinery department of Marshall I received the Royal Red Crou for her price., etc., by reading the

WsgnerUn singer is leading crusade Field's great Chicago store. This is a I ""Icee.t Omdurman is a member of Virginia Farmer Send lOcts.

Fishing and Wheeling.MRS. in Germany'against killing little bird publIc acknowledgment of the victoryof the National Society For Aid to Sick and ;
months to the
Surf Bathing, for 8 subscription '
Iu for the Winter Season. Fine for the decoration of ladies' bate the Audubon crasad. Wounds In War. '
, M. VANCE, Proprietor. Farmer Co., Emporia, Va.
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plied In every I That a Joint. committee consisting of GRAHAM s. w. CARROZIZI,
Tho memorial ( two members on part of the House and ROBBINS &

ate chamber last one member on part of the Senate be appointed GROCERIESFRUITS and VEGETABLES of All
I honor of the late to investigate and examine Into Kinds,
I Senator Pcrrenot, the books, accounts, vouchers, work and ...3Ljd w yore... Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited,
pressive: and no one condition of the East Coast Canal Company .
I lations that had of Florida and to make a full report WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
10'Urlen and the dead of such Investigation to this Leglvi.Uure -
feel the full III at as early a date as may bo UNITED STATES COURTS.

? i hl I ment when tbe practicable. Laid over under the rules. :EJ.. L. : 3RmA.mI: Y .&;, :seO: ..
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cambia arose to do Hy Mr. E. N. Diralck Senate Bill No.

I en chieftain he had 17: To Incorporate "The Florida Surety ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries, Fruit
BENJ. W. JEROME
l; and well. Tho Company," and to provide and give said
ator Fred Myers, company authority to appoint an agent for Lands in Bward and Dade And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Ground
Indian River
Food and Wheat. We are the only house on dealing exclusively:
'J KMto PENKSYLVANIV tho feature of the ; who shall be authorized and empoweredby i i'th" in
I Repr.'scnutlve the walls of the law to Investigate, examine and re above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patronage.
: IRON WORKS ( 0., for Counties.
E. L. BRADY A BRO.
the Mule of OI.OfJJ 13 OAs! EXU1NES, to ti uer eloquence port to the Governor of the State, or to Very truly, Titusvillc. Fla.
Marino and M.Ulonary senator, In referring the municipality, the financial conditionof -
,I able occasion, when all officers State, county and municipal J We have a large List
>} Selling; Agent$ COLMAN ACETYLENKAS : the last session had of this State, who are required bylaw
a MACHINES. Safest Cheajc defensive against a I to give bond. Referred to the Committee of Lands owned by Lesley & :Mot1o'rLSuccessors
_ cst and Hunt light for pilvate dwellings tack, described him on Corporations.

L and stores. his 1'lbleLA place an"as avalanche.cold as ourselves and clients. ( to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)

1'" address For prices, catalogues and estimates, concerned So far ,as little the that ELECTION OF JAS'.. P. TAL- Price for unimprovedlands Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and Whiskies,

m I BEN). W. JEROME, Doth sides claim IAFERRO. Bottled Beers Ales and Stout.
,
Rockledge, Fla. and both are equally $3 to $100 1
the Tallaferro people On Tuesday forty-six votes for JamesP. A First-class Line Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tables.

the first ballot claim, while Taliaferro, 3!> for 'Senator Samuel per acre. Family and hotel trade (Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mall
The Anhenser-Bnscn Brewing Asso'ion are content to Pasco 8 for former Senator WilkinsonCall
order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW
allowance for the ordors. Cash must accompany your Titusville\ ,Fla.
:2 for Frank Clark, 1 for Congressman -
Fumotu fit hula I Keg and Bottled Jleer. of the road men." Sparkman, 2 bank and 2 absent, WE have a few Residence, Orange -
A such as to swell the result of tbe ballot cast Grove and in desirable -
Pineapple Properties
was separate
( Hold b; Mem. I/wilor A Motlow, TltunTllle, Fla.
from 100 to 125; at
In the and House that day for
n,Mr. .1. l> Cral.l, Cocoa Kla. Senate Reasonable.
By Mr. W.J. Tucker, Fort fierce, Fla. Never before have United States Senator, and Mr. Talia locations. Prices
been thinking much ferro, the leader In the race, lacked but 8
.r' ...JOSEPH ZAPF... now, and the five votes of an election. I II I TITUSVILLE A SMALL
upon the attendance On Wednesday the official vote, announced OrrICES' { and MIAMI. CONTRACTOr

Wholesale Beer and Liquors which are held by President Adams, after Secretary a large one for Nails, Builders' Hardware .
however
f gatherings, Appleyard bad recorded all the
portant particular. or Tools, we will fill to the builders
f changes, was James P. Taliaferro 50; East Coast Meat'Market
West Bay Street, member, has ever Samuel Pasco, 30; Wilkinson Call, (U; a, I entire satisfaction, and at prices that defy
JACKSONVILLE, Fr A. mysteries of one of Frank Clark, 1. Total 00. Necessary competition for the same high grade, np-to-
claves: while the '\ :Mr. Taliaferro O. F. DUREN; Agent. o ...
to choice, 49, giving a .t .ft lit {U'ft It nA A most
the other hand unto qua y itoiiavukUU completestock
of 29 and of 22: votes
majority plurality
E==:
outstretched arms. of House Hardware and shelf goods
Southern Home C' 0
It cannot be ...... -S. r 9c in Titusville, as well as superior influence is Meeting of Hallway Surgeon -
Tampa "
U2 and mechanics tools of all kinds.
against Mr. Taliaferro ,
: Bird Food
X Mocking effect Is somewhat Dr. W. L. Hughlett, of Cocoa, read a .
politicians who are paper on "Which Preferable, Subcutaneous 0W pIn
-1 'l 25cts per lb. ment, look on Mr. Nailing or Wire Saturing in COLM "
friend; and, as that United Fractures," Dr. S. G. Worley, of -
:'!\ft. 5-1 bs. for $1.00 l posed to stand very St. Augustine, read an -able article on '
-.f& Pasco, the fight may "Neurasthenia as Produced by Hailroad- := .. JAS. PRITCHAED & SON,
Fresh Every Day. Itself Into a battle _. U2
Ing, and Dr. \I. M. Jackson, of Miami, ==' -
f : Manufactured by Flakier and the Plant read a paper on "The Disinfection of C'-S Titusville': F1.a.
fessional politicians tho hands in Surgical Operations," at C==3
$, HENRY R. THOMAS slow to seize the the Fourth Annual Session of Railway Titusville Florida.THE .
situation, and will\ do I at Jacksonville this week.
Surgeons ,
La Villa Pharmacy, ,
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to prolong the contest ESTABLISHED 1876.W
{ Cor. Adams and Madison Sts., the rival candidates, 108T-COMPLETEElectrical

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. may be forced to City Point. :6. :SO-creS: :::
f money Nothing Is more Supply House 'States:: =i- ._ CO.

prophesy, but this Mr. and Mrs./ David Wingood visited GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS
DR. E. H, ARMSTRONG said: Pasco will Cocoa Tuesday evening.Mrs. ..THE JOHNSON LAW COm ,
I strength at the start,
OPTIC7I11N. the opening than at J. W. Packard, of Cocoa, visited 0 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
1 her son, Roy Packard, station agent at ELECTRICIANS,
tent. Ills votes wlli, this this week. handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay
place, Florida.
Tuliaferro's will. Jacksonville. Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright anddark
men here who are Jno. R. Mathers, a thriving merchant at wholesale State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
co and who propose, this place left a few days ago to look Star Brand Fertlllzel'll-Ouaranteo(1 Analysis,Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer Pure Ground
politlcal Indebtedness after his bean crop at Tropic. none Nitrate Soda Muriate of Potash, Sulphate Potash Kalnlt, etc. These fertilIzers have no
few compllmentuay superior lu the market and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue free.
5 s would do Quite a number of vegetables are beIng -
< they never
I those votes would shipped this week to tho north. ,
I markets, beans, parsley and celery I
Of new bills\ big and
bad there Is no end being the prIncipal growth. The "Ideal I Hat Fastener."

; EYE SPECIALIST. vartl county road law Mrs. Mary Mathers received a tele .
Sat ll'day. It provides the 1wproved
Wednesday, announcing -
_
1 tax to be levied _in the_ condition oIlier sister, or Lano- xe: Bicyclists will find it a Boon.
sioners' districts. land, who has been quite 111 for several
Permanently located In the City of The questions .
Jacksonville\ the year round, carrying tion of the bonded The most useful and salable invention out. No hat pins required for hats or
There was an old-fashion candy pull bonnets.
likely to bo made
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the largest and most Complete Optical siderable discussion. given at' the residence of Mr. and Great Inducements to agents. Quick sales and large profits. Send for particulars -
Stock South. A scientific and careful Crlll have both \ A. M. Mathers on last Monday '" and circulrrs':. Address "I. II. F," No. 700 South Pryor St.,
test made before fitting glasses. the ground In question 1'I and some of the young folks en- MEdison Prompt attention given. Atlanta, Ga.
Office and Salosroom N. E. corner of matter will bo a pleasant evening dancing.

4 Bay & Laura Sts., at Clark's Drug store. The vides Senate for the bill framed

together issued by with tho, the I DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE, marine gas LaLande engine Ignition.cell, type &IV," .for Chance of a Life Time !

1 For Sale. of 18S5. It Is a
known, that $700,000 TITUSYILLE, FLA.
1 held NEAR & TAYLOR
by tho various ,
At Daytona, Fla., five and ten acre -

j lots Cheap choice for vegetable cash, or and will- orange make liberal lands. these higher private securities than Investors.that draw paid; a and Room, One Dollar Per Day. Artesian WellCONTRACTORS ..A magnificent property will be sold at a./rr,

Address
terms. \,
Dr. bill
COUUTI.ANI UUCKMAJf, L'Engle's I, I
22 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. bonds shall pay i 5 per When in need of White and Rye Dread, > ,ij I 1 ,
held by the general \ Cakes, etc., go to Mrs. Deisner's GENUINE BARGAIN.About
but t21e I I.
3} per cent.
i. looks y Bakery. Yachts boarding houses, Eau Gallic, Fla. .
all this
,a "Sum Perkins-in 1>,'olllg." of indirect upon taxation as, and families supplied.

w all holdera of state
: Gentlemen's clothing Cleaned, pressed an equal footing. eight acres of Grove In as fine condition as any on Indian River containing
and repaired. Dyeing In all Its branches.
Old clothing made to look equal to now. Mr. Uradshuw's PREMIUM SALE a comfortable six room Cottage, large ,Cistern, and the finest racking

.' All orders by mall or express promptly) vestigation of tho House In Brevard County.
attended to. Prices low. Work good. has been adopted by Situated about midway between Rockledge and Cocoa; Convenient to the

{Satisfaction guaranteed the committee of three \ With every Cash Purchase of $1.00, Sack table salt. Churches, Stores, eta:!, of both.
SAM PKUKINS, Cleaner and Dyer, at once. The II, II II 2.00 Pound ground coffee
IMm ation of such For further partloulars,'app1y to
)
Titusvllle, Fla. { II 3.00 Sack salt, pound coffee.
r.r 10 years in Sanford, Fla.JST" essary to carry Into II .1.00. Two pounds of coffee. WALTER GOODYEAR,
Commission tional provision with, & 6.00 Two sacks salt and two pounds coffee; or Dept. A., 3 to 7 W. 29th St.,
two salt and toaster. N. T.
New York,
( been named and Is a
: Heading notice nds. on this pago elating, alill docs, of -
Shoes Shirts Hats -
Goods etc --- --
are live cents per line per week Orange; Uanoy and Dry Matting, ,

t Under the call\ for \ When In JACKSO
CHAS. 'A. GARDNER
tii the following have j Tltusville Fla. W THE CLYDE

FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. No. Kl: by Mr. Frank
An act to provide for
organization of a corps The finest SALOON in the South.

tin for service as a land
V [From our Special Correspondent.] GAY BROTHERS'
force the discipline ;
'- peal. article 2::, entitled The best liquors that money can buyof
and article ;3 1, l:
TALLAHASSEE!:, FI.A., Apr 10 I, 'Oil. Troops, chapter 1 of

j The second week of the session is now vision of tho Uovlnotl ::: Palatka Florida. GROCERS. all the favorite brands constantly on hand
practically over, and enough has been State of .'Iorldland ..
seen of the manners and methods of the of Florida, entitled, SMITH & MUNCH, Proprietors.
members to justify prediction us to act to provide for and
make a Special Feature of our -
their future course. lu splto of the fact ganization of a corps of \
that nearly 3H( bills have already been and enforce their 21JEWElEO.
introduced, no legislature has for years Juno 11, IS'-H: and I Mail Order Department.Knowing WATCHES CLOCKS
i' kept so fully abreast of Its work as this; Florida, entitled "an 1"- ,
and It Is safe to say that when the gavel tion tI i of an act ,

hall fall on the lai t day of the session, an act to provide for how dlQlcult it U in some localities to get. GOOD GROCERIES K._
the work of the term \\III bo In n condition organization of-a corps families can bend us their orders with the assurance of having them tilled .Jewelry Diamonds
nearer: approaching completion litia and enforce their aud carefully; and we know the quality and prices will bo satisfactory. w ,
thau has been seen for many years. proved Juno 11, IfOl carry the roost complete stock of any Grocery House in East Floilda, and have
The keynote of legislative economy provide for and articles not usually found in other and smaller houses _I Souvenirs, Wedding Rings and Presents
+' Bounded lu the Senate on the first day of lion and discipline of ; SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST, CloS f,
1 the session by Senators Carson and Mc- ed Juno :2, 1SIKI.Mr : q" ,
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Ida, O'llilou and Cilll has by no moans Sam's bill, to FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING
been disregarded, and tho "stilkers" doer, wild turkey, or
and "hooloib" who have from time immemorial turedvlihlu tho limits ::: E. A. WAJDDELL A SPECIALTY.
t beeu accustomed to receiving read, and, on motion Spectacles and
their little legislative "haud-out" every laid upon the table, Miami City u and Dade "Eye lalses. Charges paid one'way.' R. J. RILES,
County -
two years, now find themselves on tho Under tho head of 223 W Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
wrong side of the fence. tug, a bill Introduced
Uere Is u case lu point, and! It U one Parker, of Ilievaul, to Estate -
Real Bureau.
thoroughly characteristic. Some years public roads and ANDREW
ago the clerk of one of tho engrossing; now roads and to LOSLEY....
committees Is known to have taken way for same In tho

$lWO:the out manner of Tallahassee In !which lu ho consequenceof employed State county of certain Flortd.1 rights, and. .. A Select List of BAY BISCAYNE PROPERTY, City Lots, Fruit and Vegetable WATCHMAKER and JEWELER

'extra clerks," for a coublderation Last thorizing the )levy of Tracts of all sizes for Investments. Phosphate and Orange Grove Lands on A ,
engrossing committee each commissioner's ;
session the benate
had upon It no less than 13 such "extra viding the method by West Coast.. __ Titusville i Florida

clerks at 15.a day for the entire ses.eion. shall be levied and Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for (CHAFFEE'S DRUG STORE.),
chief clerk of that up, read the third time Having been
'Tbls'year the
connected
Concurrent' ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS, Geneva with some of the bIggest! watch and clock factories la'It'
for
allowed but $125 ,
been Switzerland I
committee has Fertilizers\ Chicago Ill. Ill. ant prepared to attend to all kinds and clean-
Chicago
ot-repalrlng
help as be may require; and King: ; Do It resolved! tug connected with watches clocks
such extra ,
l the same principle Is being rigidly ap- Kepreseutattves, the Avenue D, over Bank MIAMI FLORIDA. send mo four 'Work. jewelry' eto. It you want a good job done,










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